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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Sylvia Kunkle "Where Is Mrs. L?" This is the question that almost everyone at Behrend Center asks at some time or another. For Mrs. Longnecker, or Mrs. "L," as'she is more affectionately called, is well known as the ever-enduring housemother to some 2T Behrend Center dormitory coeds. So, "Where is Mrs. L?" is often the question, whether a dorm girl is looking for some advice, special dispensary service, a late snack, a few extra hours to attend the Philharmonic programs or visit with a "certain someone" from a coed's home town, a chaperone for a record dance in Erie Hall, a ride into church on Sunday, morning, or any number of helpful things. ( And of course, "Where is Mrs. L?" is- also covertly asked when some of the men are returning their dates to the dorm and are wondering whether they have a chance to loiter in the reception room for those last moments. Mrs. Helen Longnecker was born in Sheriango, Pa., but has spent most of her life in Erie or its s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

STUDENT PERSONALITY By Fred Loell The student personality of this issue is one Donald E. Godfrey. Perhaps the name will mean more to. the * sophomores than to the frosh, but to all who know him, he is an easy-going, likeable fellow. Don would like it known that he was born on the 25th of July, 1935, and that he weighed 12 pounds. ¦ He attended Millcreek High School, taking a straight academic course, and without damaging his scholastic standing, played end on the Millcreek varsity, earning- a letter in this capacity. Don enrolled at Behrend in the fall of 1954, naming aeronautical engineering as his major. By popular election, Don was one of those students chosen to serve on the student council the first semester of his freshman year.During the semester, he served as head of the traffic committee, then was elected to the vicepresidency in the middle of the semester to fill a vacancy which occurred at that time. Don was re-elected to" the council this year and is once more se...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Established October 36, 1948 . as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College. Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published ibi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pennsylvania. _NiTTANT CUB Editors Laurie Brutout, Janie McGeary Assistant Editor Eileen Kowalczyk Photo Consultant Norman Patterson Feature Writers Jeanette Flory, Honey Greenlee, Anne Marie Pagel Staff Writers Sylvia Kunkle, Fred Loell. Nancy Newman, Elaine Peplinski, Ross Caruana, Warren Rose, Marilyn Pringle, Beverly Smith, Phyllis Stadler, William Weed, Gretchen Mu ' th_, Marilyn Buchanich, Pat Peck. Business Staff Nancy Hendershot, Elaine Peplinski, Dick Webster, Bob Gornall, Harriet Szatkowski, John Mallory, Gary Stultz, Dot Blazer, Bob Pierce.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Judy Young—Versatile Coed One of the . most versatile and vivacious girls on Beh rend's campus in Judy Young-, from RidgwayPennsylvania This eighteen-year-old miss has so many interests and tal ents, it's hard to keep up with her. - Judy loves horses and finds time to ride despite her schedule of other activities. She owned two horses at the age of twelve, and sold them at sixteen. She has given riding lessons, and has worked many times for other horse owners,-exercising their horses. Jtfdy is also a golf expert, winning the Elk County Country Club Championship in Ridgway this year. Her ambition is to either become a professional golfer or teach the sport. She practices her golf by "putting" in her room or practicing her "swing" in the orchard. She is determined to hit a perfect seventy, her score so far. being a forty-five, for nine holes. The Young family is athletically inclined; Judy's parents and her twelve-year-old brother, John, al] play golf. Being an out-door girl...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Dorm Chatter Marilyn Burhanick j What's this about Donna Tokar walking into the dance with TWO men? Which one is it Donna, ".Casey" Brzozowski or Dick Mytinger? I understand that The Big Jack Vtallory has been rushing our Barbara Bell and Becky. Wilson.. i HUMMMMMM, Nancy Newman s still writing to her Blainey Boy, 'jut who was this boy that she ?ame to the dance with? Connie Taylor was thrown in the - hower a few days ago, so we hear. ":ould it be that she gathered some of the girls to go to Mr. Hover's Chorus Practice, and she got that treatment? Laurie Brutout has been receiving many phone calls from a certain Sylvester. Have you heard Gretchen Muth has been talking in her sleep? We have been finding out all kinds of secrets from her! Boy, Linda Hamer sure can pick tliem out. Who was that cute date? Sally Gardner has a bigr . line of girls in front of her dresser everyday. Could it be that they want to use her smell well? It's Bluegrass boys. Sylvia Kunkle states that she ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

ROUND THE TOWN Honey Greenlee is sweeping of* to Edinboro for its Homecoming this week end, we hear. Have fun, Honey! And Bill Schweitzer, that busy man about the Behrend bowling alleys, is going home for the same week end; home to mother, he says, but Chenne claims Bill feels he needs a rest from all these Behrend Center coeds. How about it. Bill? Phyliss Stadler played good Samaritan recently and entertain" ed a group of dorm girls at her house. Poor Mrs. Stadler, after that crew left! We noticed that Gib Keinath hasn't worn his Varsity Club jacket lately. How come, Gibby? Anyhow, you looked smooth in that light cream job during Home¬ coming, old boy. Does Jason Eades really turn in earlier at the O.V.H-? Well, it's a good question anyhow. Plenty of Center students seem to commute to good old Behrend, among them such stalwarts as Bob Altsman, Don Dickinson, Larry Curtis, Raleigh Chesley, Don Blair, Ed Gabriel, June Krebs, Roy Lytle, Don Lynch, Pat Locke, Gil Nielsen, Pete ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Personality Quips Park Pharmacy 4003 Main Street LAWRENCE PARK. Erie, Pa. Mark Bevevino—Ya wanta? Tom Cartwright — Don't get smart. Don Weaver — Fo da woods. Bill Schweitzer — Oh! another dorm girl! Bob Harris — What a dummy! Mr. Thurbon — Forward troops! troops! Warren Rose — Pardon me while I smile. Jane McGeary — I can't stand it! Eileen Kowalczyk — I'll have a bird. Gretchen Muth — I'm clutched 1 Bill Mong — Gee, I don't know. Laurie Brutout — Je ne sais pas, M. Hover. Donna Tokar — What'll you have? Dick Mytinger — Va Va Vum!! "Casey" Borzozowski — What say, GI? Judy Young. — Hot spit! Marilyn Fringle — You better believe it!

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Speaking By Tom Finfrock The Speech Clinic gang has taken up some extra curricular activities lately. Busy in euchre sessions have been: Mary Lou Womer, Paul Patzhe, Tom Finfrock, Mary Jane Courtright, Pat Peck, and Shirley Hicks. Trying their big business deals in the new game, "Finance", the fellows spend their nights trying to outwit each other. This game has taken the place of "Monopoly," an old favorite. The boys playing are: Mel Fisher, Don Detar_, Mike Sandrocks, Art Kreider, George Yrcan, and Bob Baker. It seems that Shirley Hicks is -till the Speech Clinic's top bowlr. Come on,-fellows, better get on ' -he ball. Patty Peck took a trip to Notre Dame for a big dance. Word ha_^ _rotten around -that she had a _wonderful time and is willing to _?o back any time.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE EVERETT A. DREW, Ownei 2918 Buffalo Road . WesJeyvill,e,. Penna. Auto Accessaries and Househo ld 'Appliance* . Compliments of Smith Furniture Co 2911 Buffalo Rd. Wesleyvile, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

STRIKES and SPARES 1 s_*pose that you've all read "Chenne" by now and are al] shook up over the various and sundry slams dished out to " qualified" fly-by-nighters. Assuming this to be the case, I can safely say that you don't care what statistics appear in this column. Therefore, I won't be too particular about "What I put in this record (??). If you read anything that you don't think is particularly accurate or relevant to bowling, be sure and Jump all over Bill Scheitzer as he Is responsible for ALL bowling activities. New bowling schedules were posted October 17 in an effort to make participation in bowling leagues available to all the students who were interested in league competition. As you well know by now, the new bowling schedules, provide for two separate leagues: I) the 5:15 and 2) the 7:00 league. The winners of the two leagues will have a match game at the end of the schedule - about mid-December. The winning team of this match will be undisputed bowling champs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

SPORT SCOPE Saturday, Oct. 22, the annual Alumni basketball game was played. The returning alumni fought a hard game and came out victorious by a score of 27 to 21. The boys that came for the game were Joe Schmitt, Tom Vieira, Cliff Merchant, Jim Seyholdt, Bob Yeager, Joe Benacci, Bob Brandt, and Ron Cianco. Behrend Center's team is composed of Frank Simon, Hugh Mc-Shane, Mel Melzer, Gene Thomas, Lee Helmer, Bart Bartlett, Jerry Buzza, Jim Courtney, Herb Herbst, and Clark Jamison. Bob Yeager and Joe Benacci took scoring honors for the alumni with Schmitt, Seyboldt, and Gehrlien having 4 points apiece. Cionco broke into the scoring with 3 points to his credit. Frank Simon took the scoring honors of the day by sinking 3 field goals and 3 fouls for a total of 9 points. Jamison and Helmer came through with 4 points apiece while Courtney sank a field goal for 2 points. It was a good game with plenty of thrills and much entertainment for all who attended. The girls' basketball game wa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Club Corner (Continued from Page 1) first meeting the club drew up of Jay Roling, has already made a constitution, and the present one appearance this year—at our time the members are learning Homecoming. Now it is working how tQ deyel film por cijrfsfr. on Christmas numbers, a few of the possibilities being Silent Night, mas projecfc **** "» _manning *> O Holy Night, and the Hallelujah make and seU Christmas cards. Chorus. Anyone who has a desire to sing in the group is cordially invited to attend. STUDENT COUNCIL , » * The Student Council, at it's last meeting, voted on subscribing to PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Life, Saturday Evening Post, and The following are the officers Sports for the student lounge. of the Photography Club: Frank They also decided to have an of-Schiller, president, and Beverly ficial office which will be in the Stiver, secretary-treasurer. At thebasement of the Administration

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Compy's Cuties One, two, stretch; three, four, bend' . . . Dressed in their new blue shorts and white blouses, the girls in Mrs. Comstock's gym classes are exercising vigorously Even the gym monitors, who are denied the privilege of engaging in basketball and field hockey, are not exempt from these calisthenics. All this is a part of Compy 's master plan to improve the scenery of Behrend. She has divided her classes into three groups: underweights, overweights, and those who just want to do some "rearranging." The girls have weighed in, and "Operations Pounds" has begun. Mr. Campbell is aiding the project by arranging special diet meals for the dormitory girls. Take a good look around the campus the week after Thanksgiving and you'll probably notice that there are just as many underweights and overweights as before, but they will be different girls.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Athletic Tourney Well Under Way Although basketball is claiming most of the attention around the Center these days, table tennis and horseshoe tourneys are also keeping some of the men students busy during their out-of-class hours. Still in the table tennis matches arranged by Mr. Simon, men's physical ' education director, are Walt Mitronovas, John Kolpien, Don Blair, Gene Thomas, Don Godfrey, Walt Shank, Gerry Platz, and Paul Fantaske. Barnyard golf, better known as horseshoes, is claiming some at- i tention, too. Winner of first round matches or the lucky holders of byes are Dennis Polatas, Jim Courtney, Ross Caruana, Chuck Dangelo, Dave Hawkins, Frank Simon, Hugh McShane, and John Kolpien. FOR PINE JEWELRY SEE

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

Alumni Win at Homecoming A scene from the fast-moving basketball game between, the Behrend Center boys and the Alumni on Homecoming Day. The Alumni copped the game 27-21, but not without a good showing by our home team.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1955

FORD E. OT>ELL 24 W. 10th St. - Next to Shea's 'Til Be On The Watch for You "

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

Centerites Express Varied Views on What Coming Holiday Means to Them • . ••' " BY BEVERLY SMITH What does ' Thanksgiving vacation mean to you? This question was asked of a few unsuspecting Behrendites, students and faculty members alike, while one of the slyer Cub reporters stood by with quill and scroll, taking down notes and quotes behind their backs. Here are the results of the survey of people who will be hustling away from our beloved Center this week as soon and as fast as car, train, bus. or plane will carry them: - The most prevalent thought •among the students is getting away for a while. It's not that they dislike Behrend; it just .seems that they hate school work in general. There are several people, including Annette Agner, Ross Caruana, Dennis Polatas, and Peggy Forbes, whose _^thoughts -turn to food, when they think of Thanksgiving. Barbara Bell. Laurie Brutout Bonnie Hugus, and Dot Blazer answered the query with an emphatic "Sleep!" Wonder why only dorm girls th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

Drafting Students' Turkey Trot Big Hit Neil Charles Orchestra Plays for Festive Behrend Thanksgiving Dance The annual Thanksgiving dance was neid. in Erie Hall on «ov. 20; Jim McCarthy and his co-chairmen, Robert Jackson, Dick Mytinger, Alan Reed, John Reed, and Jay Roling took long and careful consideration lor the theme, band, and decorations. Alter a long debate, "Turkey Trot" survived the battery of testa and was chosen as the general theme for the dance. Neil Charles was chosen to provide the music due to his past performances at our Behrend dances. Numerous ideas for decorations were suggested to Jay Roling and his co-workers. Finally alter a series of scale estimations and various consultations with various students and administrative heads, a simple but intricate design was decided upon. The decorations consisted of a curved lattice work constructed of crisscrossing yellow crepe paper strips which diminished the size of the dancing floor. Archways inserted intermit...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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