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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

Mrs. Behrend to Visit Center Soon Every spring, Mrs. Mary B. i Behrend, benefactress and founder of Behrend Center makes her annual visit to the campus. At that time she enjoys speaking to the students in assembly, pointing out some of the history of the center, meeting many of the students and talking with. them. Her visit this year will be sometime in May although the actual date has not been decided upon, partly due to the fact that this fall Mrs. Behrend made an extensive trip in Europe and the Scandinavian area. We may expect her speech to include some interesting descriptions on aspects of the trip. Last year was one of the most important visits, for at that time the model of the Niagara was given to the center .by Mrs. Behrend and her brother, Alfred S. Brownell. After many hours of research, Mr. BrowneU constructed the.model, working with various historical records since no drawings or plans of the original Nl- j agara existed. The ship took 3600 hours to construct and Is ...

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

Yearbook Staff Busy as Beavers By Don Mclaughlin The layout committee for the yearbook has been hard at work the last few weeks. Linda Hamer, Marilyn Pringle, Judy Young, Bonnie Hugus, Becky Wilson, Madge McKee, and Bob Pierce made up _rthe first sixteen pages of the. book. ¦ . Mr. Swanson, the representa tive from the American Standard Yearbook Company, said that this was the most unusual book he had seen this year. He also said that the job was well done. The next, sixteen pages are due May first. Anyone who would like to help with the job should contact Linda Hamer. The second payments ,for the yearbook are due May 10. If you haven't been contacted yet, -see Sue Hansen or Don McLaughlin Anyone who will not be living in the Erie area this summer should sign the list on the bulletin board in the classroom building. The yearbook will be mailed to the address you post.

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

Student Director Laurie Brutout, Student Director for Thornton Wilder* * famous _plsr*

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

Male Lead Ron Thomas, male lead the spring' Dramatics Club presentation.

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

Student or Scholar By BEVERLY SMITH There are two definitions for the word "student" which I would like you to consider. The first is: "one who attends a school." The other is: "an attentive and systematic observer." Are we considered students of Behrend Center simply because we attend school, or are we attentive observers? Whichever type of students we arethe years we spend in college play a very important part in our future. Our school life and our life's work resemble a house. High school formed the foundation; now that we are in college we are building the sides of our life's house. The courses we are taking are the boards in our house; the nails which will hold our house together are molded of the knowledge we gain in these courses. Will the nails in.our nouses be long and sturdy or will they be weak.and short? What type of nails have you been gathering during this year at Behrend Center? Have you been molding long, sturdy hails "by devoting your utmost attention to your ...

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

AROUND THE FIREPLUG... By Chenne Overheard at the Blockhouse: "Oretchen can only get so mad. Why not stay a little longer." Mr. Fryer was consoling one of his Psc. Two students .after the latter made a miserable showing on one of the "Fryer I.Q. Tests": "Look, Pete, you want to go easy on this suicide stuff, the first thing you know you'll ruin your health." Annie Agner and her redhead were quarreling in a downtown restaurant recently and it went like this: "All right, Jerry. That did it! I'm going to quit dating you!" Jerry smiled. "Don't think you can make up, " he answered, "just toy saying something to make me feel good." Overheard - in the Drafting room: "For is years, " mused Bob Purucker, "my girl and I were extremely happy." "Then what hapnened?" asked his friend. "We I understand there was a RAID at B&P's at the same time and a foursome from B. C. nearly were nabbed. They luckily made it through the cornfield on all fours. Next time, borrow my dog license and ...

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

Presenting Linda By Martha Mulligan A few years ago, there was a popular song called, "Getting to Know Linda." Behrend Center has its answer to the plea; meet Miss Linda Hamer. Linda was born on May 15, 1937, and comes from Penn Township in Pittsburgh. A current figure in the limelight at the Center, Miss Hamer recently won the leading role of Emily In the soon to be released play, "Our Town, " a Brutout-Lane production. Linda began dramatic and speech lessons at the age of ten. She has appeared in the hign school performances of "Seventeenth Summer, " "A Christmas Carol," "Tish," "The Happy End¬ ing, " and "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court." On Saturdays, Miss Hamer presented a weekly play on radio station WCAE in Pittsburgh. Even more dramatic experience was acquired when she appeared in bit parts with the Pittsburgh Opera Company. During the performance of "Lucia de Lammermoor," Linda had the opportunity to meet Eugene Conley, whom she mistook for a wardrobe ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

Speaking of Mr. Fryer By Anne Page! The touch of humor that characterizes the classes of our faculty personality today reflects only one of his many admirable attributes. Ernest E. Fryer, who teaches Psychology and Clinical Speech, claims Boyertown, Pennsylvania, as his place of toifth. During- the Second World War he was a member of the Fifth Air Force and served in the Pacific theater of the war for three years. After returning to civilian life he began his quest for higher education at Lochaven State Teachers College, Lockhaven, Pennsylvania. He obtained his B. s. degree from Lockhaven in 1949 and then went on to receive his master's degree at Penn State from which he graduated in 1951. Still not satisfied with the objectives he has attained Mr. Fryer is at present working on his PhX>. at Perm State and Western Reserve. Behrend Center was where Mr. Fryer obtained his first teaching position directly after graduation from Penn State. He has been kept occupied workin...

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

_NITTANY CUB _Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Center, jBri_«, Pennsylvania. PubHahed bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East Pennsylvania. Editors Laurie Brutout, Janie McGeary Assistant Editor Eileen Kowalczyk Photo Consultant Norman Patterson Staff ¦ Writers Jeanette Flory, Anne Mane Pagel, Ross Caruana, Raleigh Chesley, Sylvia Kunkle, Gretchen Muth, Nancy Newman, Elaine Peplinski, Beverly Smith, Phyllis Stadler, Dick Webster, William Weed, Judy Young, Don McLaughlih, Marilyn Pringle. Business Staff — Bob Pierce, Manager. Dot Blazer, Harriet Szatkowski. Dick Webster.

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

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

* Dorm Chatter * By Marilyn Pringle As this issue of the Cub goes to press, we all have great hopes that spring is arriving in dreary Erie. However, everyone is afraid to mention this thought for fear of causing another buzzard. But April will get here eventually and with its coming one can notice the change In the dorm girls. The girls' fancies are turning to thoughts of that many splendored thing . . . Love. With this in mind it is understandable why Harriet is floating around on cloud seven whenever Dick appears. Since Dot has resigned the Phi Steady Staters she has been devoting her time to Gannon. Of course with Marilyn's undying love and devotion to Arthur, we see Gannon is gaining much??? A bulletin has just arrived that Connie has also pledged Gannon boys as males of the year. How do these boys-rate? Janie has iust returned from spending a happy weekend at home. Could be a certain male was the cause of her extra radiant face. What is this game called "woofwoof?" Anita se...

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

STRIKES and SPARES By Ross Caruana Another season of bowling is over and there axe new champs to be crowned. The Stars put on a late inning rally and came out on top by only one point. Going into the last three games of the season, the Stars were three games up on the Raven's who were in second place. But the Ravens still had to contend with a very determined faculty. At the end of the three games, Thurbon and company came out in second place taking the points from Ravens, thus giving the Stars the championship. The Stars team consisted of Earl Schriver, Wally O'Neal, Marshall Werner, Ross Caruana, and Laurie Hill. It ws a very even league with many close games and there were many good individual games. Jack Curll put on a fine exhibition one night when he came up with a 211 gam& which was good for the high _menfs game. .. Jack also had a 204 game earlier. Mr. Thurbon came in second with a 206 followed by Mr. Beal with a 204. . The high individual average goes to Mr....

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

> CHIEFLY CHATTER + By "Cftief" Thomas Here comes that Chief again, always- looking-for stuff for his Chenne column. I really don't write this column; it's ghost written by Dr. Smith. My second candidate for Chenne (often Judy) is not Bob O'Connor or Dick Jeffords. It's none other than your friend.and.mine, Long John Mallory. How do -I come to such a conclusion, you ask. And I say to you '. . . simple. Which is only natural' considering my simple mind, but anyway, after the last issue of the Cub ... in which there was-no ' Chenne, you remember ... Jackie and Gibbie (fine fellows) got the-idea that a separate column should be put up, . . . And on " the Bulletin boards yet All of this so that you, the opp ressed and downtrodden, might be aware of all the little secrets that go on at our fair (?) school. This was merely their little way of bringing Chenne to everyone, whether it's in the Cub or not. And now our literary and poetic tid-bit: There was an old woman Who lived ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

SPORT SCOPE ' By Raleigh Chesley Spring s here? As' bowling Is slowly fading " out" we see Mr. Thurbon, Earl Shriver and Jack Curll leading the top of the bowling list with a very successful season. . Softball is now breezing In along with the April ¦ wind. Everyone who' is interested in getting together a softball' team had better get on the jump. Each boy planning on turning in a team had better turn his list in to Mr. simon within the next few days. Even though Mr. Beal has already been selected, there are still several good players available. The pool table has certainly made a hit with the student body by occupying their precious time. A tournament has been started by a few, of the " pool.sharks" and is coming along nicely. Some of the boys are .very unruly when it comes to handling the pool table equipment and no not appreciate what we now have. If this pool table is to be kept in shape certain boys .will have to take care of it better than they have been. Another sport ...

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

Bainbridge Leads Behrend Linksters in Team _Qualifier • Behrend Center held its annual golf qualifying rounds recently at Lake Shore Golf Course. Mr. Milton; Simon,, coach of the college golf team, has announced that the number one man will toe Bob Bainbridge, and the number two man will be Randy Liebau. For the last two positions Mr. Simon is planning, to rotate Dick Kubiak, Judy Young, Jack Hassell, and Pete Dedad. Bainbridge and Liebau, both captains, are returning veterans to the team. Last year's team won two games and lost two games. They beat Gannon 8-4. and they lost to Gannon 14-4 and to Allegheny 3y2-2y2. This year the team will possibly play Gannon, Slippery Rock, Alliance, and Allegheny. Monday, April 30, the team will play Gannon at "the Lake Shore Golf Course, May 17, they will play a return matcn with Gannon, and May 10 the team will travel to Meadville to play in the Tri-State Tournaments. Last year the team, placed 9 out of 13 with Bainbridge number 3 and Li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

Compy's Cuties Perhaps you 've seen the girls from Physical Education classes coming out limping. and aching? They've been doing co-ordination exercises, which, isn't easy. I was informed that some of those lucky girls are ¦ performing for the Mothers' Day Tea, held in May. We've had an exciting badminton tournament this season, with Anne Pagel ' and Marilyn Pringle the winning partners. On our accuracy tests in badminton, Anne Pagel, with 17 shots out of 20, emerged the winner so -far. Marilyn Pringle, is second, with 14 out of 20. With all the beautiful weather due us soon, we hope, most of the girls are anxiously awaiting their first dip in the pool, except, among other people; Anita Formati. Compy will certainly have a rough time.teaching some of us. Now. that the Girls' Basketball season is over, I think the ' girls deserve a round of thanks for their efforts. Their record wasn't anything sensational, but at least they tried, and were good sports about the whole thing.'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

Hep With Hap! During these balmy spring days at Behrend, Marshall • "Hap" Werner lias - ibeen reminiscing about spring in Tokyo. Hap served as a corporal in Japan from 1953 until 1955, working in radio securities. Since he worked at night, he was able- to spend his days in " the Tokyo sunlight. Among the many- pleasant pasttimes available to the U. S. serviceman ha Japan- is golf. A unique feature of the Japanese golf courses is their employment of female caddies: Perhaps this is a disadvantage, however, for Hap reports that his score was generally well- in the hundreds. The hardy Japanese race, many of whom live on the equivalent of about twentr-five U. S. dollars a month, none the less manage to greet life with enthusiasm. Their national sport, baseball. Is enjoyed by nearly everyone and is played throughout the year. Hap says that he frequently saw Japanese office and factory workers engaged in a game of catch on the Tokyo streets during their lunch hours. We will admit t...

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

now, and all that can be heard is Laurie Hill "Moaning The Blues." What is the latest mode of transportation for the dorm girls? Ask Janie, as she is president of this .newly formed club. Speaking of clubs, it seems four of the dorm girls have taken up golf and formed a club. This isn't unusal, but their golf course is. Isn't that true, girls? Eileen is floating up. to cloud 7 to join Harriet.- Her reason Is a tall, handsome guy ' with a " ' - " dimple in his chin. What is our frivolous gal' Sal doing these days? It seems she is stepping out on us. The phone has just rung and a voice in the distance--is -saying, Who is it? What do you what? Huh? That must be the voice of "Mole". ' Till next time ... Bye!

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 May 1956

HELP WANTED The property committee for the play "Our Town" has been industriously_, in search of many items. The items most needed are: 10 men's black umbrellas 2 wide stepladders 2 Tables about 21" x 36" 1 Cane If you can furnish any of these Items, -please contact Don Mc-Laughlin, " Laurie Brutout, or Mr. Lane.

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