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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

_Spotlighting Pat _WoolsSayer A college student has many adjustments to make upon entering colleger he gripes about the involved ' lectures, the confusing schedule, and the almost enveloping flood of outside reading. Patricia Woolslayer, however, despite the handicap of blindness has learned to cope with college life. During class Pat listens closely to the professor and later writes down in Braille the main points as she remembers them. At home her mother reads the majority .of the material assigned. "Talking Books" of the texts being used in her courses are now being prepared in Philadelphia, and Pat hopes the records will arrive soon for use this semester. Before coming to Behrend, Pat worked at Gannon CoDege as a switchboard operator and at the same time attended school where she completed her high school work and received her diploma. This year she came to Behrend determined to enter her chosen field of psychology. Pat's first year has been interesting and in particular...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Meet Mac By Gary Stultz Walking 'round campus you've probably seen "Curly, " easily reconized by his "blond curly locks." James Vincent McCarthy was born October 7, 1930 in Erie. He lives at 3022 Plum Street with his parents. Jim has been known around school by his active part iii campus affairs. He was chairman of the D-Tech Dance last fall and he also plays on the Easy Basketball Team which is now in first place in the intramural tournament. Jim graduated from Academy High School in 1949. While attending high school he was president of the school's Hy-Y and he also played on the varsity basketball team. As an after school activity he found time to build from scrap a '32 Ford coupe hot rod. His interest for cars grew to such a height that he succeeded in driving at Daytona Beach. He became one of the regulars in Uncle Sam's army in February 1951, and spent 18 months in Alaska during his two year enlistment. During this time in Alaska he lost his hair which was due to the ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

NITTANT CD 19 Established October 26, 1948 . as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Center, Erie. Pennsylvania. Published ibi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pennsylvania. Editors Laurie Brutout, Janie McGeary Assistant Editor Eileen Kowalczyk Photo Consultant Norman Patterson Feature Writers . _Jearastte Plory, Honey Greenlee Anne Marie _Pag_^_i Staff Writers .. Marilyn Buchanich, Ross Caruana, Sylvia Kunkle, Fred Loell, Gretchen Muth, Nancy Newman, Fat 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.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Inquiring Reporter By Sylvia Kunkle Question: Will you be glad when spring comes and why? JERRY BUZZA: Yes, I'll be glad when we have some more beach parties. JOHN MALLORY: Yes, so we can throw Chenne (Ron Thomas) in the swimming pool. BOB O'CONNOR: Yes, because it gets too cold in cars during the winter. FRANK SIMON: Yes, because I sparkle like the rain in the spring. DICK RUSSELL: No, it's too hard to keep the canned beverages cold in the summer. DR. SMITH: Yes, because it's easier to catch my specimens in the summer. BOB CHAPMAN: Yes, because I like to watch the constellation Grundzuge rise over the dorm.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

STRIKES and SPARES By Bob Hams Howdy ibowling fans, welcome to the new bowling year, or rather semester. " As you all should know by now, a new bowling league has been formed. Teams started rolling officially at 6:45 P. M. February 28. The league has six teams this semester, and from the looks of their rosters some pretty tough ones. Boy, that faculty is really loaded this time, Thurbon, Patterson, Kochel, EtAll. It should also be noted that the D. Ps. finally got a team together called the "Techsons". I haven't figured out whether that means Sons of Tech or if it's j ust the Japanese influence that rubbed off on some of the vets. While perusing the team rosters I noticed a couple of new names like' Legenzoff, Shrivex, O'Neal, Starkey, Pasquino and a few others. Some of them were down at the alleys practicing up a bit and look pretty good to me. Since this column must be ready ibefore the league starts, I think 1*11 give you a resume of the league setup. League bowling will ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

SPORT SCOPE By Boss Caruana Behrend Center played thenlast game of the season against McKeesport and won 74 to 62. This victory gave Behrend a record of 8 wins and only 3 losses for the season. A very good record indeed. Throughout the season Frank Simon led Behrend on to victory with an average of 24 points per game to take the individual scoring honors with a total of 292 points. The team, as a whole, played very good ball together, and a lot of credit goes to Coach Simon. Congratulations to the team and Mr. Simon for a very successful year on the basketball court. Continuing on where the varsity left off is the great competitive games of the Intramural basket¬ ball teams. "Easy Going" is leading the way in the double elimination tourney by winning three and losing none. They are now going into the finals- The "Stars" have won one and lost one, while the "Tamariy Tigers" have lost one game. The Ravens have been eliminated by being defeated by the "Blue Devils". Simon and A...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Chief ly CHATTER By Bon Thomas eye dont no exactlee why im hear writing on this fine papre butt uncle dave sayed i were wun of his gooder comp won studants sew cheer i went. This is a good chance for those people who think I'm "Chenne" to compare this tidbit of sludge with Judy Young's, I mean Chenne's, column. There I went and said what I wasn't supposed to already. Overheard at the Mardi Gras: Eileen Kowalczyk . . . "Just because my eyes are red is no sign I'm drunk. For all you know, I may be a white rabbit." Now that John (friend of the working class) Mallory is Student Council Veep, is it true that Behrend Center will be turned into a police state? Who takes Poli. Sci? Me? What does Dick Russell mean when he says, "Take a sneak!"? Hint to the dorm girls: If you write funny when you sign out it won't be so obvious when you come in. Who says they're changing the name to the "Micque Mouse Fan Club" just because Mickey Brown's on Student Council now? And why does he go arou...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

ON THE SOCIAL SIDE By Gretchen Muth The first thing on the agenda for the month of February was the coming-out party for one of our young debutantes, Annie Agner. This was held at Ripley Pa. with a formal dance held afterwards at the Rock'n Boll Garage in Westfield. The girls were dressed in their finest: suede bermudas, wool knee socks, and sweat shirts. The well dressed men of Behrend, as usual, appeared in their levis_, engineer boots, matching sweat shirts, and slide rules. Prom all reports it was simply lovely! Have you heard of the new sorority on campus? The Phi Steady Staters. The active members are: Sue Hansen, Laurie Brutout, LaLa Terlizzi, Linda Hamer, and Laurie Hill. I predict the pledges will be some of the following: Beverly Stiver, Donna Tokar, Marilyn Buchanich, Anita Formati, and Barbara Bell. The theme song is "Chain Gang." One of our strongest social workers has finally faded into the-(background with a Chesterfield and a coke, and a new one has taken the...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Cosupjf's Cities By Anne Pagel The ball balances precariously on the rim of the basket, takes an unpredictable spin, and then swishes gracefully through the net. An anxious forward wearing a blue and white pinafore sighs in relief, accompanied by the jubilant shouts of her teammates. Not at all uncommon is this scene among the girls struggling for victory in the basketball games of the City Recreational League. The energetic Behrend Center girls who are members of the team are Karole Panameroff, June Krebs, Becky Wilson, Lala Terlizzi, Sue Hansen, Laurie Brutout, " Laurie Hill, Marilyn Pringle, Pat Locke, Beverly Stiver, Judy Young, Nancy Newman, Gretchen Muth, and Anne Pagel. These girls, who are playing together for the first time, work hard and do quite well in their weekly games with such longer established teams as Holy Trinity, B. F. Fields, American Sterilizer, and St. Vincent's Nurses. They battle out their games on Tuesday and Thursday evenings in the Strong Vincent...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Mitronovas Victorious The Winnah and New Champion of the ping-pong world, Walt Mitronavas! Skillful use of a right hand paddle allowed Walt to out point his heavier opponent, Don Godfrey, in the final round of the match. Walt (right) and Don (left) are shown proudly displaying their trophies.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Behind the Scenes By Nancy Newman Now that the mad rush foi costumes that preceded the Mard; Gras is over, dormlife has settled down to its usual roar. LaLa Terlizzi, Marilyn Pringle, Linda Hamer, and Beth Margolis have recently returned from an excursion to State. It seems they all had a very nice time, with Linda Hamer bringing home a nice souvenir in the form of a certain fellow's ring. What's this we hear? Dick and Don and the two Laurie's celebrated leap year by a turn-about treat last weekend, with the girls picking up the checks. How about that? Wouldn't it be nice if the dorm girls could snjoy the company of a basketball team for dinner every day as they did the day of the Mc-Keesport g ame? Becky Wilson and Bonnie Hugus veire up to their usual tricks igain on Sunday. They decided to Play army and marched to Wesieyville. Linda Hamer, Marilyn Pringle, Beth Margoh' s, Laurie Brutout, Dot Blazer, Raleigh Chesley. and Don McLaughlin are comtemplating another trip tc Stat...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Round the Town By Elaine Peplinski All abroad! The Commuters Special is about to depart. _Hurrj if you want to get a seat; mosi of them are already taken. There's Mar tha Mulligan up in the front. Why so lonesome, Martha? Is it because Tom wil be gone for two whole weeks? (Martha will thank you to save your remarks, O'Connor.) June Krebs is sitting by the window, still holding her badminton racquet. She is determined to win a game against Compy, but so far it takes her half an hour to score a stogie point. Keep try-Ing, June. Leave it to Don Lynch to get the back seat, just as he does in class. Don is looking very healthy, and reports that Diane is an excellent cook. We have several seasoned travelers on board this morning. Beth Margolis is still glowing from her weekend at State. Even Pneumonia couldn't have kept her home. Don Berger went down to the campus, too, and says he had a great time. Alice Darwin visited her fiance in Sandusky, Ohio Roger Sanford went to New Bright...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Clinically Speaking By Donna _Youngf tlood and Mary Lou Womer Well, as you have probably already noticed we have four neis students in our speech clinic They are: Mary Louise Axton_, Oil City; Rebecca Schull, Franklin; Donna Youngblood, Jamestown; and Clyde Moore, Meadville. Everybody seems happy and pleased with life at Behrend Center. As you probably know, we students in the Speech Clinic are here to study our handicaps and to become more objective about them. Now, we would like to ask our new classmates a few questions which have puzzled us. Arthur Godfrey, ( Clyde Moore), How do you like your speech program everyday? By the way, Mary Louise, dc you make a habit of putting your boots in the bathtub? Is Donna Youngblood soon tc become an expert ping pong player under the special guidance of two professionals? Detective Betty Schull, have you discovered who stole your cheese and left you to starve? There is not much to say about the students of last semester who reurned, ex...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

Louis Gwin in the Limelight tory and English literature somewhere, he hopes, in the South. Right now, though, he chuckled, "My present ambition is to finish college!" Until the second semester of next year, Lewis plans to study at Behrend Center, before going on to the Main Campus. When asked if he preferred the South to the North, Lewis goodnaturedly said that on account of the weather he likes the South. But then, who wouldn't? One of the most important facts of Lewis's life is that he is an excellent public speaker. After winning a speech contest in high school, he went on to win first place in the Area, City, and State championships, but was defeated in the, National Speech Contest in Dayton, Ohio, where he spoke on "Distributive Education in Public Schools." We beileve this to be a major undertaking in itself and a wonderful accomplishment. Good luck to Lewis in the future, and we think all of you will agree, tie has a good start. By Judy Young Hey, you all, meet Lewis ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 March 1956

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

Annual Spring Prom to Be in Erie Hall May 19 B. C. Drama Club Presents Thornton Wilders "Our Town' Play Advisor Mr. Benjamin A. Lane, Faculty Advisor for the play "Our Town." by Dick Webster The " Behrend. Center Players under the direction of Mr. Benjamin Lane will present "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder on May 7, 8, & 9, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, respectively, in Erie Hall. The story, which is narrated by the stage manager, portrayed by Ronald Thomas, is about ordinary people who lead an ordinary life in an ordinary town. "In the first act the author genially outlines the history of the town, which is Grover's Corners, N. H., and something of the characters of its citizens. Then, he carries one into the houses of the Gibbs and Webb families, substantial homes containing substantial folks. One arrives at breakfast time and is carried through one entire day in the lives of these good people. "The second act concerns the love affair between young George Gihbs ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

"Dancing- in the Dark' Theme of This Year's On-Campus Event According to the decision of the student council the spring prom for thds year will be held on campus in Erie Hall on May 19.Behread students will be "Dancing in the Dark" to the music of The Blue Knights of Allegheny College. Committees are hard at work planning for the most anxiously anticipated event of the year. 1 Apparently all items lit in with Club Activity Decreases; Why? What has happened to the many clubs on the campus of Behrend Center? At the beginning of the fall semester, the student body wanted clubs and something to interest them in their spare hours. Now it seems that all club activity has ceased and the clubs have been discontinued. For successful clubs, members must support them by being loyal and giving up their time and resourcefulness. It seems that the students have lost their interest and zeal as far as club activity is concerned. Many organizations have not had a meeting since the fall semester ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

Office Chatter Mr. Kochel' and Mrs. Adam, are trcatly en-joying the trial usage of the new dictation machine. . , , • • Mr. Hughes is patiently . waiting for a visit from the stork, which should be any day now. In case you haven't noticed, Mr. Lane and Mr. Hughes are proud owners of new cars. Mr. Hughes has a red Ford station wagon, Mr. Lane, a new Chevrolet. The office is very glad that Mr. Kochanowic finally has received his new license plates and has since ceased to haunt the office for that reason. Barb Dopierala celebrated her birthday on the 20th of this month. One of the members of the of¬ fice force has a head start on us by already having her summer vacation planned. Mrs. Adam is now making plans for a trip to Europe this summer.-Mrs. Jones has expressed the thought that she will be happy if she will just be able to leave Erie for hersummer vacation. Peggy Forbes plans for the summer are not definite, but she is planning to put some mileage on her car next month by ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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