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

Abstraction By Gary Stalte What i« life's goal? The Poet says, "life is real, life is earnest, and the grave Is not the goal ..." The scientist says, "Relative". Do we individually analyze our I capabilities? Can we bring out ' our deepest desires? As one person, can we really benefit the world, our nation, our town, our school, our loved ones, or ourselves? Being humans, we know that we are not Infallable, but are we able to cope with situations and make the correct decisions? Life is but a quiz book without answers. The road is ready to foe! paved, but in what direction it is i to be built is what curbs our decision. Time is the beginning, the governing factor, and the end. It is up to the individual how this precious factor is to be spent. Man has made night into day by artificial light and through this has doubled his day of work, hut yet man has not acquired full capacity of the natural day. This is man, a constant grasper of the unknown factor in which he has no idea...

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

In and Out By Bob Pierce "Stem, discipline, you understand, stern discipline is what we're going to have in. this class; and the' worst thing you can. do is run. around the pool. Okay, now jump in ... " Those "stern" words were spoken by a short, stocky coach of the high school swimming team. He had. a round full face with lots of black, curly hair piled in one neat lump on his head. His dark, piercing eyes supported long, bushy eyebrows which , shaded, his frequent "why you little punk" glare. I hesitated just long enough to take one big gulp of air and close my eyes, for I dared not oppose this commander. I was too scared to notice if anyone else in the class had jumped or not; and what's more, I didn't care. As I came slowly from tile bottom, ¦ which, was only three feet down. I suddenly realized_, that someone must have been playing games; for I was the only one in the pool. The gallery of gaping mouths and restraining laughs was indeed a most deplorable sight. From the ...

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

Contagious! By Laurie Brutout Spring fever, I believe, Is the most delightful illness there is. Like any other malady, it is a hindrance to efficient functioning of the mind and body, but unlike any other, it does something wonderful for a person. The best part about it is that no one ever acquires an immunity to it. Take me, for instance. I've been its victim every year since 1 can remember, and every year it's the same: all organized mental functioning ceases, and coordinated bodily movement is greatly deireased. Mostly, I just sit, gnaw¬ ing on the eraser of my pencil and gazing out the ¦window, trying to ignore the glint of sunlight reflected from the .paper on my desk- The instructor's voice becomes a far-away drone, the blackboaz'd fades into obscurity, and my mind Is engulfed by warm, pink, cottony clouds. Shaded swimming pools and cool, dark forests take form in my imagination, and I see myself with not a thing to do but drink in the beauty of nature—the nature of sp...

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

Round the Town By Phyllis Stadler . On Saturday, April 7, Pat Locke took a trip to Slippery Rock State '' Teachers College. Pat is seriousls planning to attend Slippery Rock next year. We, who have known Pat for the past year, will certainly miss her. Mary" Ann Wasilewski went to Chicago recently with her family. Anyone would enjoy a trip around this time of year, but only one person is ever lucky enough to take one. one of our talented golt players, Bob Bainbridge, is planning to be in the Erie pen Golf Tournament at the Kahkwa Club this summer. This annual event is sponsored by the Brie Jaycees. Good luck Jo you, Bob. Sonya Weidner and her family have moved to a brand new house it 337 East 37th St. Some day when you're out for a ride, drive by and see it. Dick Rettman seems to be spending a lot of bis spare time fishing lately _i Have you caught any fish yet, Dick? Prank Simon recently spent the weekend hi Pittsburgh visiting Bob Jackson and Harry Courtney. Beth MargoIIs h...

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

Chiefly CHATTER Continued from 2_>_sge 3 In the contest (what kind?) with Wally, Hap, Earl, and Russ. At last count it was Janie 17, Eileen 14, Hap 4. Earl 3, Wally and Russ were only able to do away with 2 apiece. And don't you just adore Janie_'s and Eileen's new nicknames? But I don't understand why everyone calls them "Straight Pipe" and "Sticky .Valves," do you? It sounds like an ad for a plumber's union Harriet: "Stop!" Russell: "I won't!" . Harriet: "Well, at least I resisted." And in closing, may. I Just repeat a . little conversation overheard in the cafeteria last week: Janie: "What're ya studyin'?" Mallbry: "Econ". Janie: "Hard?" Mallory: "Nope." Janie: "Can ya cut'often?" Mallory: "Never calls the roll." Janie: "Much outside reading?" Mallory: "None" Janie: "Many tests?" Mallory: "No tests." Janie: "Call on ya often?" Mallory: "Once a week." Janie: "Thought there was a «atch to it!"

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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

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

SUPPORT "OUR TOWN" May 7, 8, and 9

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Center Awaiting Qala Mardi Gras Event Erie Hal! Marks Scene of Popular Carnival and Dance The annual Behrend Center Mardi Gras, which in past years has drawn, crowds numbering as many as 800 people, is slated for Erie Hall on Friday, March 8, and will be under the direction of Lester Richards, professor of engineering, and William Hover, professor of romance languages, and their advisee groups; An evening _function, usually beginning around 8 o'clock, the Mardi Gras is patterned in some respects after the famous New Orleans- fun-making festival. At Behrend, however, the Mardi Gras in recent years has been a combination of carnival, circus, midway and dance, with gaily decorated booths, black-tied noisy barkers, spinning prize wheels, costumes, horns and streamers, confetti and dancing. At the time The Nittany Cub had to go to press, the advisee groups sponsoring the big March event had not completely determined their specific plans on the number of booths to be available. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

By Lewis Gwin "A bigger and better yearbook is on the way," according to Professor Norman Patterson. As an integral part of collegiate life the Behrend Center Yearbook will this year be considerably expanded. This edition, unlike last year's book, will contain double-page pictures, as well as an enlivening* addition of caricatures and other "art" work. The double-page spread will give much greater impact and considerably enlarge the subjects. It is hoped that you won't mind being featured in a caricature! The number of pages is also to be increased, with a section being devoted exclusively to individual portraits of the seniors. In addition, the new yearbook will feature written material—a departure _, from last year's strictly pictorial style. Still another feature will be a chronological. record of campus activities, with appropriate illustrations. Members of the staff who are Yearbook Staff Promises Bigger, Better Publication at present readying the edition for publication ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Coed Choir Plans Spring Concert The Behrend Girls' Choir, under the direction of Mr. William Hover, plans to present a concert program some time in late spring. This will be a real "first" at Behrend, since a choral concert has never been given here before. The altos of the group are Judy Adler, Carole Lazarus, Helene Longo and Myrna Morton. The sopranos are Evelyn Bernhard, Anne Blackman, Paula Gordon, Janice Hack, Marge Heffner, Ruth Jones, Jane McClain, Jill Nardi, Marion Rynd, Susie Ross, Betsy Seanor, Judy Trench, Susie Tully, Mary Woods, and Renita Zonarich. Some of the selections that will be presented are "In Silent Night" by Brahms and "As Torrents In Summer" by Elgar. Religious selections will include "Beautiful Savior" and "The Lord Is My Shepherd" by Nobel Cain. In the semi-popular vein the program will include "Song of Love" from "Blossom Time," by Sigmund Romberg_; "Strange Music" from "Wedding Day In Troldhaugen," by Edvard Grieg; "Without A Song"- from the pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Forty-five Achieve Spots on Dean's List And B. C. Honor Roll The following eleven students achieved a 3.50 average or better during the first semester to "rate a place on the Dean's List: Alan Melgaard, Xarry Hamilton, Burl Henry, Rita -. Anderson, Evelyn Bernhard, Charles Curtis, William Dawson, Lucille Gardner, Karole Panameroff, Alan Renkis and Nancy Campbell. These thirty-four scholars earned spots on the Honor Roll by obtaining between 3.00 and 3.50 points: Max Bennink, Ira McMaster, Lawrence Sullivan, Jane Mc-Clain, Chester Macer, James Majerik, Milton Bryant, James Roth, John Brancke, Anthony Krainski, Anne Blackman, John Gorndt, Alexandra David, Betty Seanor, Richard Gaz, William Waiter, Ronald Graybill, Lynn McCaron and Ronald Spmerville. _^ Roger Clicquennoi, Ruth Jones, Leslie Hawley, Dale Tompkins, Lea Moses, David Palmer, Larry Weaver, Ronald Nutter, John Reed, Kenneth Forsgren, Raymond Griffen, Carole Lazarus, Anthony Ozechoski, Suzanne Russell and Leah Wade.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Conway Scheduled For March 4 Meeting Mrs. David M. Conway, a bird enthusiast, will be the guest speaker at the March 4 meeting of the Faculty Wives and Women. The meeting will take place at the home of Mrs. W. Lester Richards, 5039 Roslindale Avenue, at 8:00.: The co-hostess for this informal gathering will be Dr. Eliz¬ abeth Smith, doctor of zoology and botany. Mrs. Conway's subject will be "Bird-Watching Is My Hobby." She acquired a great knowledge about birds and their migratory habits as a child from her mother, and has pursued her studies and observations ever since. Erie is located on a "flyway, " an established air route followed by migratory birds; consequently there is much opportunity to • (Continued on Page 3)

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Mid-Year Students Arrive On Campus New spring semester students to the . Center campus include David 'Brooks, Forrest Campbell, Sonya Dominick, Richard Janvelski, Dan Johns, Jerome Mitchell, Kathleen Schreve, Edward Schubert, Robert Taylor and Judy Theobald. < Max Bennink and June Krebs have left for Edinboro State Teachers College, while Lynne McCaron and Eileen Kowalczyk will continue their studies on the main campus. Mr. William A. _Hover, romanee language and music professor, is co-chairman for annual Mardi Grss carnival

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

First Semester s Top Scholars Wearing- well deserved grins, these five Behrend students have won the top honors of the first semester Dean ' s List. Left to right are Burl Henry with an average of 3.88, Alan Melgaard, 3.94; Larry Hamilton, 3.89; Rita Anderson; 3.81; and Evelyn Bernhard, 3.81. ' "

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Why the Long Face? "Why the long face?" remarked a fellow to one of the girls the other day. "Lose your last friend?" 'Tin just disgusted, that's all — just plain bored stiff," she replied. The girl's answer kept bothering- me. Wellif she's so bored, why doesn't she do something about it? I consoled myself. After all, she undoubtedly has a stack of studies she should do. Or if she hasn't any studying, why doesn't she go down and bowl or play some ping-pong? But what if she isn't athletic or the least bit interested in sports? Then what is there for her to do ? The answer loomed blackly before me—nothing. This "problem concerns not only the dormitory girls who live here all the time, but also the students who commute. There is a certain something lacking which could unite the students and bring a little sparkle and vitality into their daily routine. Call it spontaneity, naturalness, or what you wish. Foralthough the prime reason thatwe are here in college is education, you cann...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Around The Campus By Anne Blackman What's new? Exams and vacation have rather occupied our lives in these past few weeks. Reflecting on exam week, the dorm seemed quieter than usual, and, in Erie Hall, ping pong paddles were substituted by Chem. I books. Even P. J. and JANES laid aside the pursuit of men for the pursuit of knowledge. (Or was it merely cramming?) ( After the long, hard struggle against the superior brains of professors, many fortunate, blithe spirits migrated southwards—SUSIE and SANDY off to sunny Florida and Cuban beaches searching for lifeguards, JANE paying a mysterious visit to Orlando, MR. VAN DORT just soaking up the sun, and MIKE and HERMAN falling into the clutches of the law. (What are you philanthropists trying to do? Support the entire state of Virginia? $85 is outrageous.) Even the "Mc's" incorporated looked healthier than usual (JIM and JIM managed a rare, but welcome smile on Monday). Romance seems to be doing well for some, however. MARLENE to...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Benlta Zonaricn Have you seen the man in the sliver Austin Healey zooming around campus lately? He isn't a hot-rod from Oxford, but the new _engineering, professor Herbert P. Bair, who is a sports car enthusiast. Mr. Bair's avid interest in sports cars started about two years ago when he bought his first sports car, a Jaguar. He later invested in a Thunderbird and then the Austin Healey which he raced at Reading, Penna. A graduate of the John Harris High School in Harrisburg, and the Pennsylvania State University, Mr. Bair majored in Electrical Engineering which he is -now teaching at Behrend Center. While attending college,. Mr. Bair lived in the house of the Delta Chi Fraternity of which he is a member. Discussing his life in the fraternity, Mr. Bair told of his experiences when he raised tropical fish. The fish never lasted too long due to several of his fraternity brothers who when inebriated had the habit of pouring beer into the fish tanks. Mr. Bai...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 22 February 1957

Behrend Center Presents She detests bugs, orientation week;~ariving -down Cooper _HiU; huge _Burses_^ -of -which- she has aCempy's gym. . - By Sandy David One of the complexities that we come across at Behrend is a freshman lass named Suzanne Russell. A product of Strong Vincent High School in Erie, where she excelled in math, green-eyed Tudy is pursuing her liberal arts courses here at Behrend, because, as she emphatically put it, "Well, my brother liked it." So far Tudy likes it, too—enough that she plans to come back next year. "Because of the smallness of the school, the allaround friendliness of the students at Behrend gives the chance for ~ you to know everyone, and everyone to know you." This j ust about sums up her main reason for liking school. Tudy is a highly imaginative sprite, and it is this imagination that over-shadows her not-toooften-seen serious nature. Along with this imagination she has two other distinguishing features—an emotionally blunt "Good- grief!"...

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