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

N-ITTANT CUB _Established October 30. 1948. as the official publication, for the student body of Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Center, Sri*. Pennsylvania. PubUabed M-weekly by the Brew Publishing Co.. North But, _Fteuugrlrania. Editor-in-Chief - __ Betty Lou Seanor Assistant Editors Evelyn Bernhard, Renita Zonarich Business Manager Carole Lazarus Photo Consultants Judy Thurbon, Norman Patterson Sports Editors Ray Chop, Marion Rynd Staff Writers Rita Anderson, Anne Blackman, Ray Chop, Alexandra David, Richard Gaz, Lewis Gwin, Marjorie Heffner, Elaine Hilbert, Ruth Jones, Richard Mytinger, Catherine Spanbauer. Judy Trench, Suzann Tully.

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

Real George Just mention Washington, an axe, and a cherry tree, and nearly everybody thinks, "Honest George." However, there are kinds and degrees of honesty and truthfulness. Behrend students are really a conscientious lot. Try leav ing something, a book or coatin Erie Hall, or the Classroom Building; and, ninety-nine times out of a hundred, unless it got in the way of the cleaning, it will still be there when you race back for it the next hour, afternoon, or day, when you miss it. Then there is the "gentlemanly" brand of honesty. This often creeps into play during ping-pong games. The young gentleman liberally pads his weaker female opponent's score, swearing up and down that it's accurate. If he really gets caught, he alibis that a "close" game is more fun. Of course there is a great deal of inverted honesty. Pro fessors , are often guilty of saying; "This really isn't a hard test,? or/ "There isn't much to memorize here:" but actually meaning; that somebody had better sett...

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

Also note the exchanges of compliments between girls, or fellows; between "steadies" or sweethearts; and between teacher and students. In this type of verbal encounter, honesty reaches its peak .of perfection. It is entirely a matter of degree. One tiny detail can be amplified to make a king out of a pauper. Congratulations to the Behrendites, for in meeting these varied qualifications,. they • are the most "honest" people-we know:—

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

STRIKES and _SPAHES By Marion Bynd We have just finished one semester of participating in one of Behrend Center's most enjoyable sports—bowling. Our individual high scorer in league competition, Jim McKenzie_, had a high score of 203. Helene Longo smashed 146, earning the title of women's champ. No. 6, the ¦winning team, consisted of Mark Bevevlno, Ross Caruana, Chuck Dangelo, Jim McKenzie, and Sylvester Simchlck. The team polished off 19 out of its 24 matches, giving them a 79% average. The second place team, No. 7, took 17 out of their 24, so we-really had a couple of teams that were "on the ball." Some of the averages, for the whole semester, that happened to be uncovered are: Tom Gregeroff, 152 average in 15 games; Dennis Luce, 152 average in 6 games; Jim McKenzie, 151 average in 24 games; Helene Longo, 116; Jackie Evanoff, 105; Jill Nardi. 104. Say, have you noticed that neat rack for the bowling balls? Our maintenance men erected that little "gem" while we were on vaca...

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

• • SPORTS REVIEW By Kay Chop Earlier this month the Behrend Center basketball team brought their season to a close at Alliance" College with a sad note by losing 71 to 50. The team finished.with a record of three wins and six losses. Although the record showed below 500%, Hank Goodwin did a very good " job of coaching the boys and working them into shape. Of the boys that were on the ;.T.;od. only three, Buzza, Seiffert, and J.Ielzer, had had previous experience playing: on organized teams. In addition to this drawback. Behrend Center was usually much shorter than the opposing team. The scores of the games were: Allegheny, 69—Behrend Center 51 Gannon, 82—Behrend Center, 59 McKeesport, 62—Behrend Center 58 Behrend Center, 74—Alliance, 68 Behrend Center, 81—Jamestown, 73 ' . Gannon, 79—Behrend Center, 58 Behrend Center, 79—Jamestown; 55 Alliance, 71—Behrend Center, 50 • • » Up to now the intramural sports program has produced champions in table tennis and touch football. CO...

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

Tech Graduates To Be interviewed Starting on Feb.18, representatives from 26 companies will come to interview the 39 graduating associate degree students. Last year there was an average of three jobs offered to each boy. The following is a list of the companies, and thedays their representatives will visit. March: 1—North Electric Co.: 4—Bliley Electric Co.; 5—Erie Strayer; 6—Bucyrus Erie; 7—Babcock and Wilcox; 8—Proctor and Gamble; 11—E. I. Dupont Co.; 12—Hammermill; 14—Erie Meter System 18—Cooper Bessemer Co.; 19 — Fenestra Inc.; 20—Bell Telephone Labs Inc.; 21—Taccone Pneumatic Foundry Equip. Co.; 29—Lovell Mfg. Co. April: 2—Perm Union Electric; 4 — A. C. F. Industries; &—Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 12—General Motors Corp. CONWAY ( Continued from _Fase 1> study the many varieties which land here. Mrs. Conway expects to tell the ladies the specific characteristics of different birds, how to identify them, the pleasures of having a bird feeding station to br...

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

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS FOB EIGHT GAMES Field Foul Fouls Total Yts._Pez Player Games Goals Attempts Made Pts. Game Seiffert 8 44 " -90 54 142 17.7 Melzer 7 42 48 25 109 15.6 Buzza 8 33 64 28 94 11.7 Ames ..-- 8 27 53 26 80 10.0 Schutte 7 12- 23 11 35 5.0 Nutter 18 6 17 7 19 2.40 Coley 6 7 6 2 16 . 2.50 Cooper 3 2 2 1 5 1.70 Sternby 2 0 3 1 1 .5 Weaver 1 2.0 0 4. .4 _Settlemire 1 0 1-1 1 .1 Stanford 1 0 0.0 0 0 TOTAL __8 , 175 307 156 506 63.3

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

Champs in Action Displaying: the skill and prowess which gained them the title of Men's and Women's Bowling Champions of Behrend Center are (left to right) Jim McKenzie and Helene Longo.

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

Nancy Cu-npbeii, ."_rjiUe Medals, Carole Lazarus, and ''Dusty" Hope were voted to (Serve on the Student Council in the write-in elections held Feb. 22. This filling the vacancies which Were created last semester."

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

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

// They Could Only Tell By Judy Trench One of the most important aspects in the life of every coed besides her studies, is campus life: both social and private. This includes her dates, the local drug store, the school lounge, and most particularly, her own dorm room and roommates. This, to a college girl, is where she spends most of her "alone" hours. A typica] dorm room has walls of pastel shades of pink, blue, or green with white ceilings. The cigarette scarred floors are sparsed with a few scatter rugs of vivid, bright purple, orange, red, and yellow. The furniture includes two doubledecker beds, dirty ash trays, stacks of text books and other non-descript literature, piles of dirty clothes in every corner, half empty "Coke" bottles strewn on the floor, and souvenirs of everything imaginable, from proms to "tea parties." Among this paraphernalia are her most treasured possessions , the stuffed animals. The?8 animals have been the girls confidante, their understanding compa...

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

? Dorm Chatter ? By Susie Tally Since we've -gotten back to the old grind again, things seem to have settled down the dorm to a quiet roar. From appearances, it looks like a new vocal group has been formed which sings only on Thursday evening after dinner. How does it feel to lead such a group, Anne? Myrna hasn't been feeling well. Her diet of fried grasshoppers musn't be agreeing with her. Judy and Renita obtained a few new pets. The only trouble is -that the beta won't stop eating the guppies. ,Well, you can't have your cake and eat it too. The pet fad is dorm-wide. Janet Is the proud possessor of Pat and Mike—two turtles. Marlene sings a lot lately. Her theme song—"I Found My Thrill on Gospel Hill." However, she swears that she has no idea where Gospel Hill is located. Since Harriet moved into the dorm there has been a-oiew array of pictures on dressers, walls , and desks. I wonder who the handsome boy is? (As if we didn't all know.) It looks as If Dee and Susie are making co...

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

Clinically Speaking By Rose M. Dobbs To the casual passerby it may seem that clinical speech students are here at Behrend Center to master the art of card playing, checkers and ping-pong; but our real purpose for being here is to learn to face our speech or hearing problems frankly and to do something constructive about them. Among those who completed their training during the first semester are Sid Wallace who plans to return in September for the course in D.D.T. and Sylvia land who will be back for Journalism studies. Congratulations to Ruth Leighty who left us during the first semester to become Mrs. Parker Henry. They are making their home in Grove City. Our only new student is Jim Kuhn from Sheakleyville, Pa. Jim is enthusiastic about his studies, but his favorite reference book is still that photograph album. Bill Yochim began studying for the priesthood this semester at Gannon; he joins us for afternoon classes. We were glad to hear that Joe Stephens found a home near...

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

Breakfast at Behrend? * By Sandy David Do you have that half-alive feeling? Are you slow and sluggish to the draw on your cigarette pack? Do you peter out out after a few jitterbugs? Then perhaps you should take Geritol; but better yet why not eat a better breakfast? When a recent survey of what Behrend students and faculty eat for breakfast was taken, the facts became interesting as well as amusing. But by the far, the faculty members do eat better than the students and this may account for the reason that the profs hardly ever fall asleep in class. Just exactly what do you eat? Well, breakfasts range from two cups of coffee and five cigarettes for one girl, to a full course meal of Kellog's Special K with Carnation milk, orange juice, toast, three sunny-side-up eggs, a glass of powdered milk, and a cup of coffee for one of our faculty members. Our boys seem to eat more for breakfasts than do the -girls as 11% of the boys eat nothing, while the .lasses have 14% who skip the f...

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

_Kocfoel Addresses Student Body Wednesday morning, February 13, 'here was an assembly in Erie Kail. It consisted of various subjects to be- discussed. Mr. Irvin Kochel, Administrative Head, opened the floor to any questions. During a discussion on _collage life, Mr. Kochei said, "The basic reason we are here is to obtain an education." He added, "On the other hand, not all college students who fail do so b-cause of a lack of mental ability." In Mr Kochel's opinion, college social life is only as good as each of us makes it; it is the student body who makes or breaks the social events. While we are in school, we should grow mentally, physically, and socially. Behrend Center is a community of people; a community without government cannot sv.r-5ve. According to Mr. Kochel, Behrend Center's student body has no representation. To revise an old phrase: a student body without representation is in-—; _ivs. We should all have some _rotv.-ir.tlon to do something about _rhs situation. ...

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

day, dealing with news from the area colleges, nurses' training schools, and high schools, Rita is Hy Yaple's assistant. As Miss Yaple's ' assistant, Rita's assignment includes the writing of engagement announcements and the P.T_A. news page which is a regular feature for Rita. Recently Rita covered the Birthday Tea, an annual event, sponsored by the Faculty Wives' and Women's Association. A creative English course in tenth grade brought out Rita's writing ability and with the encouragement of her teacher she decided to persue this field. Rita's ability, however, is not confined to one of the Erie newspapers; her talents are being utilized on campus as a reporter for the "Nittany Cub." For relaxation from her busy schedule, Rita enjoys crocheting and playing the shepherd pipes; both of which she does extremely well . We are certainly proud to have "Ri" as a fellow classmate and friend and wish her good luck la her career. Rita Anderson — (ub . Reporfer By Carole Mae Lazarus II y...

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

VALENTINE EVENTS "Hearts in Harmony." A perfect title for a Valentine Dance sponsored by the Speech Clinic. A ball room effect was created by streamer_^ of red and white crepe paper and the large reflecting crystal! ball in the center. A small picket fence, covered with hearts, encased the dance floor. On the stage, surrounded by hearts and glittering letters which read" Hearts in Harmony" , was Neil Charles and his orchestra who provided the music for the occasion. Free coke was served as the refreshment to all the students. Under the supervision of Miss Carolyn Baer and Mr. Ernest Fryer, were Chuck Simons, Jim Kuhn, Rose Dobbs, Joan Hedglin, Ina Colvin and George Sworshak who took part in preparing for the event. The group Is given credit for a job well done. The Valent-Time Party, an informal gathering held by the Dorm Girls, set Behrend - Center activities Into full swing for this semester. Paula Gordon and Jane Mc-Geary decorated the lounge with hearts and red and white...

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

OFFICE NEWS Mr. Irwln Kochel, Administrative Head, spoke to the College Club at East High, and also to the Optimist Club. His topic was "Frontiers of Higher Education." Mr. Allen Burns, professor of history and political science, talked recently to the United Nations Discussion Group of Erie. The subject of his speech was "Can the United Nations Preserve Peace?" He also spoke to the Business and Professional Women's Club of Erie. His -speech was based on "Remarks on Hun-_^ garian Imigration Questions." Dr. Elizabeth Smith * chose "Problems in Wildlife Management" as the-subject of her talk to the Corry Grange. The enrollment at Behrend Center is now 201 students. This consists of 110 baccalaureate students, 91 associate degree students, and—oh! my goodness!—only 45 of these are women. Mrs. Ernst Behrend, founder of the Center, Is now cruising the West Indies. Don't we wish we could be with her?

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 15 March 1957

Girls Strive Jo Make Sadie Hawkins Dance A Success "Dog Patch" Theme Highlights Coming Affair "Dog Patch" will be the setting of the Sadie Hawkins Dance, April 5, sponsored by the girls of Behrend Center under the direction of Mrs. Helen Longnecker, dormitory house mother, and Renita Zonarich,.who is general chairman of the affair. Marge Heffner, head of the decorating committee, has selected an unusual entrance to the dance. A jail, situated in the center of the floor, -will serve as a stronghold for those boys who refuse to dance with a girl. Music by Neil Charles, and an hour of square dancing with Hank Goodwin, physical-education instructor, as caller will comprise the entertainment. Behrend Center's own Daisy Mae and L'ii Abner, portrayed by Dee Rankin and Jim Kuhn, will serve as publicity for the dance. Their costume typifies the dress that will be worn by the students attending the function. Suzann Tully and Jerry Mitchell as Mammy and Pappy Yokum, are two other cha...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 15 March 1957

hike to Be An Ice Cream Cone? By Sandy David Where are those creative spirits of " Behrend who should be scurrying about the campus in a dither over their five-o'clock theatre, the forth coming Greek drama soon to be presented outdoors on the Behrend Campus, . the upand coming ¦ theatre party, - the original one act plays soon to be presented, the weekly discussions on the theatre arts, the experiments with "the method," the radio scripts, the interpretive .dance routines, the competitive skit- groups? Where are those people? Why-they are right here on campus! And who are they? Why you, of course! And how do you get started. on these ideas? Through the Dramatics Club, naturally! The Drama Club at Behrend has a vast potential, just waiting to be used. It can offer you experience,, entertainment, and pure enjoyment: But who is using these delightful offers—NO ONE! These ideas are not "big dreams" . . . they are absolute possibilities. Listen! .How does ¦ the Greek drama presen...

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