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

Dance Committee We wondered just what this group, seated in the Behrend cafeteria was planning:, now we know. Swell dance, fellows, so glad we had the good fortune to volunteer you for the Turkey Trot tussle. Left to right—Dick Mytinger, Jack Reed, Committee Chairmen Jim McCarthy. Alan Reed and Bob Jackson.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Sno-Ball Climaxes 1955 School Year Activities Colorful Christinas Formal to Be One of Biggest Campos Events By Anne Pagel One of the brightest events of the Yuletide season is Behrend Center's annual Christmas dance, the Sno-Ball, which will be held in Erie Hall on Friday, December 16th. Dancing will be from nine to one to the music of Neil Charles and his eleven piece orchestra. The orchestra will also feature a vocalist, to provide some of the best music in this area for your enjoyment. The dance will be semi-formal, characterized by a beautiful color scheme, as girls in gay formals create a lovely picture on the dance floor. All the advisees of Mr. Harold Werner and Mr. Robert Baker are sponsoring the dance and have combined their ideas and talents in making arrangements for it. Elected last week as co-chairmen of the dance were Clark Jamison and James Hendershot. The publicity committee, headed by Dentils Polatas. is taking care of the advertising for the dance and the...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Christmas • . By Nancy Newman Christmas is a very special time and everyone has a certain thing- that he likes about it. Some like the Yule trees which are decorated in a very special wa'y. They never look quite the same, with this year's seeming: just a little nicer than last year's. Others think that the Christmas dinner is the most wonderfulwith all the relatives gathered together, and it is wonderful to be home for the holidays. Then there is the opening of packages: even if everyone says it's better to give than to receive, one still has a very pleasant sensation as he opens each of his Christmas gifts and receives something for which he has been longing. These are only a few of the things which other people enjoy about Christmas, but the thing that I enjoy most about Christmas is going to church on Christmas morning. You rise early, sleepily get dressed, and hurry to make it in time for church. As you walk into the church, everything is lit by candle light. Two huge trees ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Pre-Vacation Preview By Jeanette Flory The. day before, -students were everywhere: going from, class to class, eating in the dining room, and especially happy. Tomorrow they would be with their families or their special "someone." TIME: December 22, 1955. PLACE: Behrend Center. SETTING: A serene and quiet administration building, classroom, and Erie Hall. Everyone has disappeared. There are no snowball battles, no falling on the ice, and no looks of anxiety on faces as students enter classrooms. The place is literally "dead." In the dorm, all is quiet; no screams, and no squealing. Even eute" w Pug'" "has vanished. Pug, the tiniest white hamster imaginable, due to regulations, has moved in with Mr. Hover, instead of residing in the dorm. "Even the - goldfish have stopped chasing each other around in. the bowl, and Judy "Young and her-pals' trained. mice _ have .settled down-for a. long winter_^ nap. The past" ' week has been jampacked with activities, and not much studying " has...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Hang-ing- of Greens Hig"hlig-hts Service By . Jay Holing The winter season certainly transforms bur campus into a Winter Wonderland. What would be more perfect than for the students at Benfend to hold their annual Christmas service, "The Hanging of the Greens," in the beautiful, secluded atmosphere of the Behrend Center Chapel. The chapel win be lit only by candles which will give a deep feeling to all.who attend. After a prelude on our newly acquired organ, Linda Hamer will open the ceremonies with a responsive read-Ing, and the congregation will join ¦ with the choir to sing "O Come All Ye Faithful." Bob Gornall will then place the greens on the tomb of Ernst R. Behrend. The serene atmosphere will be kept constant by the choir's sing-Ing of "How Still the Night, " and Mr. William Hover's singing, with the choir, "O Holy Night." Mr. Lane then will give his Christmas address, "Christmas," a threefold approach. Linda Hamer follows Mr. Lane's address by reading the Christmas story...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Inquiring- Reporter This issue's question: What would you like most for Christmas? Mr. Patterson: My star assistant photographer out of "hock." Warren Rose: At least a "D" in Calculus, (att. Mr. G. Baker) Honey Greenlee: A man!!. ' . Mr. Hover: Some large corks for the holes in my choir's face. Don Andersen:. A pair of elbowpads. — - Sonya Weidner: A few more piano students. - - Mr. Lane: 1000 disposable diapers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Christmas Tea for 'Behrendettes' There is to be a Christmas Tea held December 18, for the women students of Behrend Center. The tea is to be given by Mrs. Louis Balmer in the Memorial Room, and refreshments will be served. The girls are to bring- a 25c gift to exchange, so, girls, let's not miss out on this pre-Christmas party and start planning on having a wonderful time at the Christmas Tea. '

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Sno-EkiSi Committee No this isn't an executives? meeting, above, just the hard-working- engineering 1 committee responsible for the Center' s coming"Sno-Ball" on Friday. In front (left to right) are Clark Jamison and James Hendershot. In back (left to right) are Dennis Polatas, Ross Caruana. Don Mitchell, Ralph McClintock.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Behrend Holiday Scene The Nlttany Cub staff, on behalf of the student body, wants to utilize this Christmas card arranged by the school's Photography Club to symbolize and say, "Seal holiday greetings «• all onr readers!"

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

EBVIN H. KOCHEL Here' s a Christmas wish from our administrative head, Mr. Irvin H. Kochel, that we all have a very merry Christmas wherever we may be over the holidays. Dean Speaks

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

STUDENT PERSONALITY By Phyllis Stadler Anyone who doesn't know Pete? When you finish reading this, you should feel that you know him quite .well. Peter James DeDad was born on April 4,1931 . in Erie. Pa., where he has lived all of his 24 years. A big part of his recent years (4 years to be exact) was spent in the United States Air Force at Stewart Air Force Base, N. Y. While lie was there, he was sent to three schools which prepared him for business. One of the courses was at Oklahoma University. Here they received the same benefits as the students, such as staying in the dormitories and eating in the cafeteria. Another school was in Denver_^ Colorado. Here Pete did a lot of swimming and skiing. After one and onehalf years of training and being in supervisor capacity for the remaining part of his service, he was encouraged to take an industrial management' course in college. While he was in the service through connections, he-met the personnel manager of the WV T. Grant Co.,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Dick Webster - As our faculty personality of the issue, we present, Mrs. Lucille Powers. Mrs. Powers, who is a part-time instructor, teaches Home Economics here at Behrend Center. Although she is a newcomer to the Behrend campus, Mrs. Powers has lived in this area all of her life. She graduated from Lawrence Park High School and from Mercyhurst College in 1950, where she obtained her degree in Home Economics. When we inquired about her college activities, she could only say that they were the ones connected with the course in Home Ec. She is presently a member of the Mercyhurst Alumni Association. Upon graduating from college, Mrs. Powers married Bob, Mr. Powers, that is, and now Is the mother of two young sons: Kevin, who is 3_& years old, and Shawn, who is 10 months old. We were interested to find out how they chose two such different names, but could only find out that they were Irish names and that Shawn is Irish for John. You might suppose t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

By Chenne With Christmas right around the corner, your canine "dirt-digger-upper" is reforming and wishing all a barking good holiday season. I know you don't believe it, but it's true. Here's what I'd have Santa bring some of you happy kiddies for your Christmas packages: Dot Blazer—a boy friend of her own Bob Purucker—a steady girl Marilyn Pringle—a lump on the head Connie Taylor—Chuck Hickin Annette Agner—a carrot top Don Andersen—a black eye Harriet Szatkowski—a new walk Jim Benson—a different wife Anita Formati—a change from a D. A. to a brush cut Larry Freeman—a direct telephone hook-up with the dorm AROUND THE FIREPLUG... Clark Jamison—a mind of his own Bill Gordon—elevator shoes Honey Greenlee—a new jeep (four wheel drive) Lewis Gwin—somebody to keep him warm during the snowy weather Bob Johnson—a carload of cancer sticks Raleigh Chesley—a tube of lipstick all his own Jim McCarthy—a little bit of hair (just a little) Mary Ann Wasllewski—a pair of high-heeled tennis sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

A Word to the Wise By Fred Loell The winter snows are with us again. The evergreen trees have added a covering of white and the entire campus has become an artist's dream. Unfortunatelybeneath this blanket of white, there is a glaze of treacherous ice and hard-packed snow. Speed under these conditions is impossible, either driving or walking. Behrend Center has had an enviable safety record throughout the past few winters. This includes off the campus as well as on. Perhaps it would benefit us to examine our driving habits and correct any of our glaring errors before it is too late. Safe driving 1 habits are not just nice things to have in the winter, they are necessary if we want to stay alive. Our parking lot is another problem. On a snowy day, careful handling of our cars is necessary; there are students who walk to and from the parking lot. It is also very difficult to park close together and still avoid collisions . • . but IT CAN BE . ' DONE. As for our campus itselfsliding ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

NITTaLNTrXCB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published ibl-weekly by the Breeze publishing Co., North East, Pennsylvania. Editors Laurie Brutout, Janie McGeary Assistant Editor 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, Judy Young, Jay Roling, Don McLaughlin. Business Staff Bob Pierce, Manager; Dot Blazer, Harriet Szatkowski, Dick Webster.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Letter to Santa ... Dear Santa Clans, We know we've been naughty little girls at times, and we're sorry. We hope you'll forgive us and bring us some presents. Here's a subtle hint as to what we would like: Laurie wants Webster's very best new College Dictionary; Judy wants a Clark Bar; Lindy wants the Fenn State edition of the "Merchant of Erie;" Marilyn doesn't want much .. . Just a great big statue of "Hercules:" Becky wants a special package that comes in a blue jacket; Barbara only talks in her sleep . . . says she wants a certain Brown Eyes; Connie wants a CHUCKle . . . that's all; Laurie wants one of Santa's reindeer . . . could it be DONner? Sue wants the Sunday paper just so she can see "Palooker." We'll be g ood til Christmas, Santa. See you Christmas Eve? Signed Spinster's Paradise and No Man's Land

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Personality Quips By Elaine PupUnskl What would it be like if: Willie Weed were Cecil B. De-Mille Jay Roling were Toscaninni Gary Stultz were Ben Hogan Bill Schweitzer were Buddy Bomar Ross Caruana were Rhet Butler "Spoke" Renshaw were Mickey Spillane Bob Chapman were Albert Einstein Marilyn Buchanich were Marilyn Monroe John Mallory were Boss Tweed Honey Greenlee. were Brenda Star Patty Peck were Florence Chadwick Gretchen Muth were Martha Raye

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Did you say the school has gone to the dogs? Perhaps you are right as evidenced by the above photograph, which allegedly is a picture of the canine rascal Chenne who writes such a "popular" column in each issue of this newspaper. Chenne Exposed

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

Compliment* of - Wendy's Diner 2902 Buffalo Rd.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 December 1955

STRIKES and SPARES .v by Warren Rose « » B|py! You can fool some of the _peapJevpart of the time, but let's face _ it ...some of us peasants ha'ieh't been "conned" lately. _ItaLreferring to the identity of "Chenne". I've been reading that mess for four months now; and if i_£ isn't a certain eight-ball that I know very, well, I'll eat this typewriter at Tenth and State _andjjive you ten minutes to draw a crowd. I call him an eight-ball instead of a bowling ball as he doesn't _hajiEe three holes in his head . ...-. only- one. His name, beyond any .shadow of a doubt, is Ronald "Chiefie" Thomas. In fact I'm so sure that Chief Is Chenne that I propose that we thros?:.hiin Into.-the pool . . . I'm willing to gamble on being wrong. The_^ pool might be frozen, over, but if we drop him off the diving board (head first) a few times we should be able to batter him through the ice Into the heated (?) water. _„ .„„ Laj5t 'Friday night the faculty (big}wheels), bowling, team tangled_^ wit...

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