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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

CLUB CORNER By Sylvia Kunkle PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB On November 8, the Photography Club met with a small number of members present. At this meeting the Christmas cards were ordered, and it was decided that printing will be done for studente at Behrend. The members also decided to sponsor a photography contest. The contest will be open to two classes: amateur and advanced, with pictures being acceptable in either black and white or colored prints. For this contest, Eugene Garland, an Erie photographer may be asked to judge the entries. All pictures must be in by Dec. 2. CHORUS The chorus, under the direction of Jay Roling, met again to practice for the Christmas program One of the songs the group will do is "O Holy Night." A soloist will be the featured attraction of this number. A cordial invitation is extended to anyone desiring to sing with the group. ASTRONOMY CLUB The Astronomy Club held an organization meeting under the direction of Mr. Baker. The club began to repair the obser...

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

Belle Lettres Group Organizes for Year Recently the Belle Lettres Club organized for this year. Last year the club was very successful in introducing many of the students to art, poetry, and music. Mr. Lane was the advisor for the group last year, and will act as the advisor again this year. The Club's meetings will be informally planned, as the club feels that the arts are meant for everyone, and that this method will help to better carry out its purpose. At a weekly meeting, the evening might be spent listening to a talk by one of the members on a subject such as informal reading of a play, or a good roundtable discussion on an aspect of the arts. At the first meeting, Mr. Lane will speak to the group on modern poetry. The group plans to explore many of the fields of the arts in order to give the members a taste of each. All students are invited and urged to attend the meetings.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

Meet Miss November Annette Agner, popular and friendly elementary education major from Coraopolis, poses prettily for the Thanksgiving holiday theme. She was recently selected coed of the month by Behrend Center 's photography club. (Photo by Patterson and Young:)

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

CONGRATULATIONS ! Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lane on the birth of their baby daughter, Ann Elizabeth, a beautiful little six-pounder, bom on November 12, 1955. The Cub staff is glad to hear that mother and daughter are fine.

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

AROUND THE FIREPLUG.... By Chenne Thanksgiving vacation is- here, and all you humans probably need a rest from the hectic life -of school—especially those students who continue to pull the wool over authoritative eyes on Thursday nights. Well, to paraphrase an old adage, "When housemothers are away, the rats will play." And speaking or administrative policies, is that reaUy a Dorm Council that permits its buddies to run roughshod over it? Oh well, I suppose the Dorm Council feels this is a bone of contention for Student Council to handle, and vice versa. Shall we pass the buck? Dog-gone it, Puff and Fluff and Chico ( that's Mr. Hover's pedigreed pooch, of course) and I could run things better than that! Also speaking of the complaint department, some of the dorm girls have been whispering into my fuzzy ears about a bone they have to pick with Miss Dorothy Blazer. They tell me that Dot has been "birddogging " all the other girls' men and her "ace buddies" don't like it one bi...

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

Friendship Friendship is a treasured thing, and true friendspriceless. Making new friends is a vital part of a student's adjustment to college life. Talking, laughingwalking to class, and doing homework with another student creates a bond, not only of friendship, but of strength. Of how much value is a friend to you? As much homework as you can secure from him perhaps. If this is your answer, let us hope, you will modify it in the forthcoming days, for a friendship is only as good as the two people who compose it. It is a mutual effort, a joint- giving and receiving, and it stands as a symbol of faith. ¦ : "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread" draws attention to the fact that many times " we have a tendency to act impulsively. Proceeding with-.care also applies to choosing our companions — Companions who will undoubtedly influence us by .their.,words arid actions,--Now in the first days of college life we have met many people of various,-likes and dislikes. Let us not be im...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

STUDENT PERSONALITY By Phyllis Stadler By now all of you should know one of the most versatile girls on campus—Helen (Honey) Greenlee. Honey is a second-semester sophomore who is going to transfer to main campus in February, where she says that she will feel like a little girl in a big place. Honey was born in Erie, Pa. on September 2&, 1936 and has lived in Lawrence Park all of her life. Daring her years at Lawrence Park High School, Honey was active in many extra-curricular ac¬ tivities, among which she favored Future Teachers of America and Student Council. ¦ In the summer of 1953 Honey was one of two hundred and fifty American students who traveled to Germany with an organization which was trying to. promote brotherhood between nations. She stayed in Stuttgart, Germany, where she lived with a lawyer and his wife. Honey especially enjoyed Switzerland because of its high mountains. At the end of their stay all the students met in Paris, where it was just a regular ...

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

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Elaine Peplinski "Don't worry about it." That's Mr. Donald Beal's philosophy, and one which his economics and accounting students are trying their best to adopt. This is Mr. Beal's first year at Behrend as a faculty member. In 1948, however, he was attending classes here and taking lecture notes from Mr. Shields, Mr. Turnbull, and Mr. Thurbon. Besides being a full time professor, Mr. Beal works as an accountant, and has even found time to establish a 146 bowling average in the Behrend Bowling League. Being such a sociable fellow, Mr. Beal also enjoys a good game of golf. Mr. Beal was born in Ernlenton, Pennsylvania, and went to high school in Titusville at the same time that Mr.' Shields was a student there. Before coming to Behrend for his first year of college, he lived in North East for six years and spent a total of six years in the navy. It. was during this time that he married. (You might Donald Beal - - ask him about his philosophy .on marriage. W...

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

Why Am I Here? Someone approached me lately with the conventional problem crowding every student's mind at a crucial point during his hectic term in our institution. "Why am I here?" he asked. He expected me to give a logical, soul-satisfying answer. Life invites the same quest at its every critical point, whether it be an institution of learning or any other institution. Illogical cliches ran through my mind, none of -which would satisfy his serious problem; none of which would satisfy me. How could I answer him when I knew so well his confused thoughts. I thought it best to console him by my own rationalizations. So I said, "Every person has some goal which he sets up consciously or in the back of his.mind. He should work toward this goal, each success bringing him a little closer, each mistake not pushing him back, but reassuring him that next time he will not get caught in the same situation challenging him to apply that .situation to his goal"—there is his answer. The s...

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

Let Us Pause Thanksgiving is one of the few times in our lives, perhaps, that we become sentimental and really think of all the things for which we ' can be thankful. Even to eat turkey on Thanksgiving day, with all the trimmings, is a luxury. Have you ever thought of how much food one dollar can buy in India, and how we spend our dollars, and have , a sickening feel-Ing" creep over you? The United Nations is campaigning now for their children's fund, whereby fifteen cents would buy enough penicillin to cure a child of the horrible, " disfiguring disease, yaws. Yet. we go about our individual ways of life, not thinking of givhig, just getting; material gains are uppermost in our minds. If we would spend a little time evaluating our lives, we would see it is not what we have that counts; it is what we do with it. Those of us who are fortunate enough to be together with our families for Thanksgiving have something for which we should be thankful. Before we left our families to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

_NITTANT CUB Zst&nBshed October 38. 1848, as the. official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Xrie. _Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze _Flushing Co.. North East, Pennsylvania. Editors - ¦ Laurie Brutout, Janie McGeary Assistant Editor 1 Eileen Kowalczyk Photo Consultant : _^ Norman Patterson Feature Writers Jeanette Flory, Honey Greenlee, Anne Marie Pagel Staff Writers Marilyn Buchanich, Ross Caruana Sylvia Kunkle, . Fred Loell, Gretchen Muth. Nancy Newman, Pat Peck, Elaine Peplinski, Warren Rose, Beverly Smith, Phyllis Stadler, Dick Webster, William Weed, _v Judy Young, Jay Roling. Business Staff Bob Pierce, Manager; Dot Blazer, Harriet Szatkowski. Dick Webster.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

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

STRIKES and SPARES by. Warren Rose Egad, friends! The bowling league set-up has been revised again. The league games are scheduled ' at 7 o'clock in the evening, .arid eight bowlers on each team insure the attendance of a sufhcient number of the team for some ..knock down and drag out league games. Incidentally, neighbors, while, straining under the tremendous mental stress resulting from intense competition, remember: watch what. you say, as 'a. .reliable source reports that there is an unidentified group of spies, -; Circulating about the campus commenting about bowling activities-Umpteen bucks have been granted ¦ from the student activities fees fund by student _CQuncil for. the purchase of bowling trophies, to be awarded at the end of the semester to the champion team;- to the man with the highest. .game; to the woman with the highest game; to the man with the highest average; and to the woman.'with the highest average. Speaking of averages, now that the " new bowling se...

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

_• _• _• Tommy Tenpin by Honey Greenlee Some guys call me Woodenhead. Yeh—that's what they say. I guesss I do deserve it, still I don't know. People get a t>ig bang but of bobbing me around, but, you know it don't bother me any. Sure—what the heck—if it makes them happy, it's okay with me. Yet I don't know, sometimes they get that determined look in their eye and pow!—I've had it. Let me tell you 'about a friend of mine. A real Joe. Now when he takes a swing .at me I'm gone and I know it-. Just topple right over, no trouble at all. Why I even sorta lean to my buddies, and we all take the count. Yep—that Uncle Dave, he's some sport. Then there's Tom Finfrock. Pretty even-tempered fella. But when he gets mad, boy, he sends slivers up and down my yellow spine. He just stands there staring—burnt a hole through my new coat of shellac the other night. Now can you blame a. guy for backing down! Say do you know my pal, Sue Thompson! Ya know, I'd do anything for that gal. She look...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

SPORT SCOPE by Ross Caruana With basketball season around the corner, and with the coming of cold weather and snow, there are a. lot of changes around Behrend in the world of sports. The first, basketball game is scheduled to foe played at Jamestown,. December 9. Coach Simon is looking for another successful year as was last year. Last year the Behrend Center basketball team did fairly well. Although they had a record of 5 wins and 7 losses, that does not tell .the story.. -Out of 7 losses most of them were losses of 1, 2, and three point games, which with a couple of more breaks for B. C. instead of against them, would' ve come out victorious , for Behrend. Notice, to all- Behrend Center students: Last year the attendance at the basketball games wasn't very encouraging. With a little school ¦ ¦ spirit,- a team can obtain that extra-little drive that is needed to win a game. So what do- you say we see all you students at the games to cheer B. C. on to another prosperous seas...

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

Compy's Cuties By Nancy Newman Things have been really moving along on the girls' improvement program, with the girls checking measurements before Thanksgiving vacation. Now that basketball season is getting under way Gretcheri Muth is suffering from the loss of four of her .famous fingernails. Only six more to go and it will be safe to play with her. Basketball tryouts start Wednesday. The girls who have signed up so far are as follows: Gretchen Muth, Karole Panamerbff, Lala Terlizzi, June Krebs, Judy Young, Pat Locke, Sue Hansen, Marilyn Pringle, Dot Blazer, Becky Wilson, Sally Gardner, Mary Ann Wasilewski,' and Nancy Newman. New pinafores have been received, which- will please Anita Fonnati, who wasn't too happy with the former ones. The new ones are blue or green, both having white numerals. The following- girls, headed by Grethen Muth and Karole Panameroff, will lead the cheering at the boys' basketball games: ' Lala Terlizzi, June Krebs, Laurie Brutout, Judy Young, Pat...

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

Bombs or Bowling Balls? Watch out for flying: pins when this team explodes. Come on, gang, they say they'll take on all' comers, with powder packed Dick Webster, trigger torted Laurie Hill, nonchalant but confident Raleigh Chesley, short fused Ross Caruana, and sabulous (not misspelled) Sue Hansen.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 November 1955

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