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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 15 March 1957

Clinically Speaking by Rose M. Dobbs A strange type of spring fever seems to have spread among clinical speech students. As the sky grows clearer, the sun brighter and the days a little longer, we see dust disappearing from tape recording machines and mirrors which have now become standard equipment, while decks of cards are strangely deserted. Behind all this is a haunting musical background—the strains of "September Song." Erie, train, bus, and plane reservation officers have recently been bombarded with inquiries by students who are trying to overcome their fear of that mechanical monster ' —the telephone. Agents who are gracious enough to answer these inquiries may be heard around town mumbling, "Why do all people who stutter want to go to Detroit?" Perhaps it is fortunate that they haven't heard what happened to Jim's third grade teacher.- ' _* 1 ? [ ' _i . . I ; _* [ * ' ] Jim still insists that because girls outnumber boys three to one he is justified in going steady ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 15 March 1957

TECH TALKS By Jerry Mitchell i)jD.T. students managed to excape those BARREN classrooms for several hours already this semester—legally. THese absences, however, were justified by field trips to Urick Foundry and Erie Forge ;,and. Steel Corporation, where they saw- , practical -examples of sand casting and forging processes. Mr. Hunter arrived from the main campus last week to check up on his boys-and succeeded in confusing them quite well at times by talking over their heads. I'm not quite sure.= whether the instructors were "snowed" or perturbed. A few simple bridge problems are being studied in mechanics and amazingly enough, not over 29 members of the class are in a fog. Norm is lucky though—he can see the answers just by lookin' at the. problems. Nick wasn't so lucky . . . just couldn't make head, nor tail of determinants - in math class. He was probably confused because the period was only 5tt- minutes long and Mr. Baker couldn't finish putting the r example - on. the ...

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

The Slippery, Slimy Noodle In the Sink by Marge Hef flier » A package of noodles was oi the shelf; One fell off all by himself. He lay in the sink for quite awhile, Tears in his eyes, no reason tc smile. The "other noodles made the . soup team, But he just wasn't on the .beam. If he had behaved and notplay-¦ ed Ms hunch, He'd be in the pot with the rest of the bunch. The other noodles felt sorry for him, They knew his future was Tar too dim. For he lay in the sink all alone Soft and sticky, just no backbone. He tried his best to talk or scream ; While all around was quite: serene. ' If only he could raise his head ; Just do something, not lie . like dead. _^ I felt sorry for the noodle; I knew he'd never make the strudle. For he was wet, limp, and grimy - Now not * proud, but soft and slimy. This tale is really very sad; . It proves that noodles should never be bad. By mistake the water turned on; ¦He 's slipping, sliding, going, he's _ovvnA

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

Lea Moses — Sport$*Minded ' What Behrend coed has sparkling brown eyes, a ready smile, and is crazy ' about spaghetti? That's easy—Lea Moses! A graduate of Harborcreek High School, Lea moved to Erie only two years ago from Beverly, Mass., where she swam in the ocean and made lots of noise as a cheerleader for Beverly High. Sports rate high on the list of her leisure time activities. She likes tennis, swimming, football, and ice skating, but basketball is tops, and nothing could suit Lea better than a snappy game. Playing forward on the girls' team, she has consistently been high scorer, 20 points being her highest thus _Jar. On-Monday nights you can find this lively miss swimming in the Y. *W. C. A. pool where she is working toward her A. R. C. Instructor ' s certificate. Le_%;who is the recipient of an Ai5_KT.TJ. W. (American Association of "University Women) scholarship, earned a spot on the Honor Roll last semester. Since she takes her studies seriously, one of her bigges...

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

OFFICE NEWS Our "busy beaver" office force is really a quite versatile group of girls. They are not only skilled at zipping through the mounds of paperwork* required to run a college; they, are active in other fields too. Dorothy -Krantz is a pastime painter. She enjoys doing landscapes in oils, but complains that she . usually is paint from neck to elbow when she finishes. A correspondence course in dress designing fills in any spare time Peggy Forbes may have. She sews most of her own clothes, and bakes delicious cakes. . Helen Adam also enjoys sewing, and- likes the new Vogue patterns, from which she • is working on a beige sheath dress.- . * . .Dolores Davies is a .more athletic type who takes to bowling, and with a 197 high, it seems that she's found her sportl Mrs. Tuttle of the kitchen staff is in -St. Vincent's hospital and is reportedly doing well. We hope she'll be back-soon.. - Irvin Kochel has been following._^ spring thoughts of "travel. He . " spent a weekend a...

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

Beloved Frisky Dies Behrend Center, Erie, Pa.— Frisky, the well-known pet rat of Dr. Elizabeth Smith, died March 6 in the Turnbull Hall laboratory at the age of 2. An autopsy was performed by Dr. Smith and lung cancer was revealed as the cause of death.

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

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

The Spring Vacation will begin Wednesday noon April 17, and end at noon the following Wednesday April 24. Saloon Setting Converts Hail To Tavern Erie Hall will assume a typical, barroom atmosphere Friday evening, May 3, from 8 to 12 o'clock, as Behrend presents its annual "Duffy's Tavern." Louis Balmer, chemistry professor, and Allen Burns, professor of history and political science, are in charge of keeping -the proceedings under control. • The student chairmen for this event are George Hall and Alan Renkis with Marion Rynd in charge of publicity and Vaughn Samuelson overseeing the collection of bottles and- other decorations. Other committee members have not as yet been appointed. As in previous years, the characters of Archie, the bartender, with his familiar, black Homburg and cigar, Miss Duffy, and Finigan, "the drunk", *will be taken by members of the student body or faculty. The committee will not disclose the identities of these personalities, but in the past Mr. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Uai '/ersify Head Is Speaker at Behrend Center Dr. Eric A. Walker, president oi the Pennsylvania State Univer sity, spoke to approximately 150 students, faculty, parents, alumni, and guests assembled Thursday evening at 8:00 pjn., April 3, in Erie Hall. Dr. Walker, who has j ust recently become president replacing Dr. Milton Eisenhower, lived for many years in England and began to earn his own living at the age of twelve. Serving as several department heads, as dean, and as vice-president before filling his present role, Dr. Walker is a noted, educator and has had two honors conferred upon him by President Eisenhower. - As his enthusiastic audience listened intently, the new president combined facts and antecdotes from the past with future plans for the University He stated that at present there are 60,000 living alumni, 16,000 students,. and 100,000 persons involved in the extensional area. He went on to ' say that "within eight years, 75,000 students will want to enter col...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Speech Class Enacts The Resurrection On Sunday, April 14, at 3:0C pin. in Erie ¦ Hall, the Pubiic Speaking Classes will present their fifth annual Easter, program. This year's program is a play entitled, The .Resurrection. The Resurrection is an Easter Service composed entirely of selections from the Bible arranged in dramatic form on the plan of a mystery play, picturing the incidents of the gospel story of the Resurrection, and accompanied by Easter Carols. The Service has the threefold appeal . . - the Bible words, the accompaniment of Easter music, and the acted scenes of the resurrection story. Mrs. Nyla Falkenhagen, speech instructor, and Jane McClain, student director, are in charge of the event. The Scenes are the Prelude—The Crucifixion, 1. The audience chamber of Pontius Pilate, 2. The guard of the sepulchre, 3. The women at the sepulchre, and 4. The disciples at the sepulchre. The cast is comprised of: Karole Panameroff, reader; Larry Sullivan, Pilate; Herman Hannah...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Campus "Clean-Up It's spring clean-up time, and Behrend students and faculty will be right in step as they trudge out, bright and early Tuesday morning, April 30, with mops, pails, buckets, brooms, and cheerful smiles as part of their equipment. Faculty coordinator, Robert Baker, and student coordinator, Dick Mytinger, are efficiently dividing the work between the many advisor-advisee teams. Work will be the order of the day, as windows lose their grimy fingerprints, and things in the dorm, take on a spic-span' look as the dorm girls whiz through under the guiding hand of Mrs. Longnecker. One of the highlights is the draining and cleaning __of the pool, a thoroughly gruesome but delightful job, in anticipation of the summer-like days to come. A delicious, free lunch will be served by the cafeteria staff at the noon break, and by late afternoon, everything (we hope) will be in "ship shape, " thus making the annual day a success.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Professors Lead Open Forum On April 11, Benjamen Lane, dean of admissions, lead the dis cussion in the Memorial Room on "Modern Poetry. Can Be Understood." Mr. Lane's talk, was the second in a series of informative talks which will be delivered from time to time on -different days of the week, enabling all students to attend at least a few of these talks. Allen Burns, professor of history and political science, lead the first in these series of coffee hour discussions." He outlined the history of recent events occurring in the Middle East, centering his remarks around the causes for instability in this region. The next speaker will be William Hover who will discuss the subject of music. . The previously planned Coke Parties at Erie Hall have been temporarily postponed.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Science Workshop Held at Behrend Dr. John Hickson of the Sugar Research Foundation, Inc., lead fche workshop of Science Teachers who met Thursday, March 4, in Erie Hall. Over a hundred guests attended the meeting. Among them were many of our own faculty members and students. Serving as chairman of the program was W. E. Conn, assistant superintendent of the Erie Public Schools. Louis E. Balmer, professor of chemistry at Behrend, was the workshop coordinator.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Choir Presents Spring Concert The Behrend Center Girl's Choir, under the direction of William A. Hover, will present their spring concert April 26 at 8:00 P. M."In Erie Hall. The program will be comprised of two types of music, sacred and secular. Charles Hughes and Jay _Roling will accompany the group on the piano and the violin. Students_, faculty, and the public are urged to attend this concert, since this is the first time that an event of this type has been presented at Behfend.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Around The Campus By S. David Mid-term over and Spring Vacation waving its bright flag before us, Behrendites are ready to take to baseball bats, the swimming pool, and flower picking. That is if the sun ever comes out; . . . . Cars in the news lately-Carol MAE LAZURUS going up the wrong way on a one way street from Strong Vincent to State St. - . . Jerry HICKEN hitting a lady in Belle Valley . . .• . Rita ANDERSON renaming her newly acquired car to "Bulky Nei" . . . . Jerry MITCHELL ought to start a private taxi business for all the girls on Campus. Or have you already started it, JERRY? . . . Jimmy KUHN is becoming quitea -dragger, even if he does ruin transmissions. Will you ever learn, Jimmy? .... Hats off to Lea Moses and Kay Spanbauer. Both girls were chosen to play in the Girls industrial League All-Star game .... Joe Konieczny claims that SUZIE and MIKE seem to make MR. ' BURNS nervous by holding hands in history class Really, kiddies. ' .... Love in the air .... JOH...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Want to Get Away From It AH? If you, like many of us, ai_;e tired of crowded classrooms, long lines in the cafeteria, and the usual rush of the academic life,, there is a "real cool", almost uninhabited spot right in our midst -— the library. A library is a building containing a collection of books, magazines, and other written or printed material, which is kept for reading and studying. Behrend Center is fortunate in having such a collection. Unfortunately, however, all too few of us avail ourselves of our good fortune. As almost any of the faculty will and do point out to us, classroom work is merely the beginning step in attaining an understanding of any subject. For the ensuing process of filling in those gaps which naturally occur in most subject-fields, we have at our disposal an excellent collection of books and important magazines and journals. Now the question comes to my mind; why isn't, the library used by students as it should be? Some of us say that we haven't eno...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Behrend Center Presents By Renita Zonarich Giving pills; rub-downs, and. advice to the confused is a daily ritual which Jane McClain goes through as being one of the most understanding girls in the dormitory. A year and a half of nurses training in St. Luke's Hospital, Cleveland, gives Jane the ability to be the dorm girls practical nurse. Before coming to Behrend, "Janie" spent three months working as a hospital secretary in Orlando, Florida. Her versatility and reserved sense of humor are often uncovered on the basketball court or bowling alley. You can always find Jane at Erie Hall practicing to keep up her score or just batting ping-pong balls. When asked what she most ' enjoys about Behrend Center, Jane said, ''riding around in the red Plymouth convertible with Greg." Presently enrolled- in elementary education, she plans to major in psychology. A newly elected member of the Student Council, Jane is also a member of the Dormitory Council. A resident of Mercer, where h...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Marian Rynd Prom Rochester, N. Y., hails Carol Rayhill, our psychology and sociology instructor. She was graduated from. West High School in Rochester, receiving her B. H. in psychology at Michigan State University, and her M. S. in psychology and personnel at Oklahoma University. Before coming to Behrend, Miss Rayhill had been on the faculty at Oregon State College, Detroit University, - Trinity College in Washington, and Michigan State University. When asked about her hobbies, she said she would only tell of her legitimate ones, which include golf. She has been playing golf since the age of twelve, and says she would rather play a good game of golf than eat. She likes to bowl, but doesn't think it provides as much for the individual as golf, since the latter gives -you more exercise andi also fresh air. A score in the low nineties on an eighteen-hole course is about her average! Blue is the favorite color of Miss Rayhill, (indicating moodiness). She al...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 April 1957

Lets Appreciate The art of appreciation is possessed by everyone, although camouflaged in very effective ways in the lives of some people. Appreciation really is an art, being the ability to be grateful for, or to value, putting on a high level, those things that we love or cherish. Here at Behrend Center we, if we would only take the time to think about it,, have a great number of things to be appreciated. Just stop and think about it. We have a beautiful campus, whether blanketed by leaves in the fall, under a mantle of winter's snow, enchanted in the early dawn by the first rays of sunlight, or brought _tq . life by the gay voices of energetic- swimmers in the summer months. Then there are the people! You may find. students and faculty alike in many varieties, but look for the good points in people. Try.the optomistic way of thinking for a little \vhile. It won't hurt you, and you will find 1 a wonderful feeling of satisfaction and joy in appreciation. You know a place is w...

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