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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Honors Presented On Awards Day Awards Day at Behrend Center will as Wednesday, May 22. There wilTbe a Recognition Assembly in Erie Hall consisting of a program and the giving of awards earned during the school year. ¦ Partial plans for the program include the . 'Behr'end Girls Chorus, under the direction of William A. Hover, singing several selections and interpretative reading by Karole Panameroff, Evelyn Bernhard, Sandy David, and Betsy Seanor. The following awards will be made: Student Council Keys will be awarded to those who have served on the Student Council this year; Student Newspaper Keys will be awarded to those who have worked on the staff of the Nittany Cub; and the Turnbull Award- will be made. The Turnbull Award is given to a student who "contributed toward improving the student morale and citizenship during the academic year." The recipient is selected by the faculty in cooperation with the Student Council! Susie Tully ponders which gown she'll wear to the pro...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Mothers Day Tea Held May 12 The third annual Orchid Tea, sponsored by the Faculty Wives' and Women's Association, was held in Erie Hall Sunday afternoon_. May 12. Those attending were the women students and their mothers, the secretarial staff, and the women of the Ad>- visory Board and their mothers. Mrs. Donald Beal, Dr. Elizabeth Smith, professor of zoology and botany, Mrs. Thomas Campbell, and Mrs. Irvin Kochel comprised the reception committee. Members of the social committee included Mrs. Benjamin Lane and Mrs. Ernest Fryer. Mrs. Shirley Comstock, physical education instructor, and Mrs. Arthur Falkenhagen, instructor of speech, headed the program committee. As each mother arrived, she was presented with a baby Hawaiian orchid furnished by Mrs. Lester Richards. Entertainment for the afternoon included selections by the Behrend Girl's Chorus, "Song From Moulin Rouge" by Myrna Morton, and interpretative reading of poetry and prose by Alexandra David; Karole Panamer...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

200 Present At Duffy's A dimly lit, smoke-filled room was the scene created in Erie Hall as a replica . , of the well-known, Duffy's Tavern. A variety of entertainment was provided. Louis Balmer. as Finnigan, the drunk, Anne Blackman,' as Miss Duffy, and Jerry Mitchell as Archie the bartender, were the main-stays of the program. The Hawaiian cutie, Lester Richards, pantomined and did the hoola to an Hawaiian record). Sue ' Ross and Sue Tully, the two boy scouts who were really prepaxed, also did a pantomine to the boy scouts' song, "Be Prepared." The old AA boys, Dave Schutte, Larry Sullivan, Dick Janeleski, and FraHk Coley, did a song written by one of their own members, Dave Schutte. Mike Anderson, a future prospect for their AA society, showed up with a 20 gallon bottle of Seagrams Seven. Marlene • .Steffanos, the ¦ mammy from the South, and Ruth "Magnolia" Jones, the little southern ( Continued on Pa*» 5) At the recent Daffy's Tavern Larry Sullivan welcomes Dick Janelesk...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Office Hews The. Occupational Safety Course sponsored by Behrend Center and the Gsneater Erie Safety Council held, a dinner meeting recently in the Penell Building in Erie. Thomas E. Campbell, assistant administrative head, presented certificates to thirty-three persons who completed the course. . ' Travel tidbits: Gordon Baker, instructor of physics and math . . to State for conference Nyla -" Falkenhagen, speech instructor, also to Stats for" Interpretative Reading Festival Irvin Kochel, administrative head, to Georgia Peggy Forbes to Fort Dix, New Jersey Mrs. "L." to Cleveland to visit her children and take in the ice show. . Welcome to Doris Munson, our new nurse. Doris was Behrend_'_s nursa ft ftw years «_se.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Yearbook Payments Due The last payment of two is now due for the Behrend yearbook. In order to receive your book, the payment must be made. There are still - a few yearbooks available. If you have not ordered yours, see one of the repre sentatives or Norman Patterson, •dvisor_.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Final exams will begin Saturday, May 25, and will end Wednesday, May 29. The exam schedules are posted on the bulletin boards in Turnbull Hall, the cafeteria, and Erie Hall.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Farewell .... It is time now as the end of the spring semester draws nearer, to say, "Farewell." It means not only bidding the college itself " good-bye", but also signifies-the-farewells to the faculty and our friends. Like most -partings itrwpa't.-be- .the easiest task we could have. Taking stock of the year, most of us will find that no matter how glad we are that school's out, we will miss something about the place — be it that chatter in the cafeteria over early morning coffee, or discussing a problem with a favorite professor, or just enjoying the rustic _^. beauty of the campus. Naturally Behrend has its disadvantages. We're the -first to admit it. However, outweighing the inconveniences , you've suffered will be the pleasant memories the year has held. The freshmen won't ever forget orientation week, and everyone will recall the general confusion at registration. Then too,- we'll remember Homecoming, all of the dorm girl's parties, the Sno-BaU with it shimmering evergr...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Dear Editor, After seven months and twentysix days that comprise first hand experience, I have come to the firm conclusion that life in the Behrend Center dormitory is comparable to survival of the fittest. Tx>. survive, an individual must be either in excellent health, be extremely lucky, or be a patron saint.. As there are very few completely healthy individuals, remaining, . and)- even fewer patron saints in the B.C. Dorm, this lim¬ its the situation to luck. As we all know, there are two kinds of luck, good and bad; and it is most assuredly unfortunate .for any individual who tarries longer than ten o'clock to take her evening shower. For .nine times out of ten there is no hot .water after nine o'clock; nor warm water after 9:30, or luke warm water after 9:45. Of course, if the individual is ex r tremely "warm blooded, or a mem--ber in good _standing of the Polar Bear Club, this constitutes no dif¬ ficulty. .And there are other little nuisances in dormitory life. Ju...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Behrend Center Presents ... JBy Sandy David Interviewing Norm- Thomas Kuda over the phone is quite an experience, especially if he has just'come from out of the Behrend swimming pool and . has dripped a stream of chlorinated water through the cafeteria to answer the calf. Giving him just five seconds to catch his breath, I started with some usual questions of an interview, but hardly received conventional answers. Believe me, Yogi Berra has nothing over this boy for making with the remarks. Some bits of information were dropped in with his cute comments though, including that he lives in Erie, attended East High School, and is a DJD.T. student. (As if we already didn't know). When I asked why he chose Behrend, Norm answered, "I'm wondering too." But seriously, "Kuda" really does like the school a great deal and plans to come back next semester. He did say that he'd; offer a 1000 words on improvements, but unfortunately we don't have enough room in this column for the 1000 word...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Judith Trench Can you imagine Marilyn Monroe scaring a man, and that man admitting he couldn't live up to bar? Well, we have that truthful person at Behrend, W. Lester Richards, professor of industrial engineering, hydraulics, mechanics, and industrial management. Born in the mountain town of Hancock, Maryland, on November 27, 1901, our Mr. Richards went barefoot until he was fifteen years old. After attending Baltimore Polytechnic Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, he entered Annapolis Naval Academy,' and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1924. .Upon his graduation, the navy sent him to Tiensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where In 1928 he obtained his Civil and Master Degrees in Engineering. The day after graduation-from the Academy he married* his -wife, Edna. Mr. Richards served thirty years in the navy; He and his family lived in _' the Virgin Islands. Hawaii, Islands in the Pacific, Samoa, and New Caledonia, In addition to several parts o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

_NiTTANT CUE Established October 25. 1948, as the official publication, for the student body of Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Center,. Brie, Pennsylvania. _Published bi-weekly by the Breesa Publishing Co.. North East, Pennsylvania- Edltpr.-IntCMef . Betty Lou Seanor Assistant Editors Evelyn Bernhard, _Itenita 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, Lewis Gwin, Margery Heffner, Elaine Balbert, Ruth Jones, Catherine Spanbauer, Judy Trench, Suzann Tully, Rose Dobbs, Jerry Mitchell.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

We Salute ... "Here comes Mrs. hi" This is. a familiar cry as the dorm girls scurry in all directions. Some of them are beginning tc wonder ¦ how one person can be in so many places at one -time, but even this has its advantages. If you are looking for advice special dispensary service, a late snack, a late permission for a "special" reason, or a ride to town, she is _always willing to ' help. Helen Longnecker was born in Shenango, Pa., but she. has spent most of her life in Erie. She lived at 926 East 30th Street until } the sudden death of her husband. During this time she raised four active children. At the present time they are in various parts of the country. Of her three sons, the eldest, Walter, is now, district manager of the Cleveland American Steel and Wire Plants, Kenneth is a Lt. Commander in the . Philippines, and the youngest, Jack . . a Penn State music graduate . . is working in Hollywood. Her daughter is married and lives in Franklin, Pa. Mrs. L. was very- a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Campus Capers Thru The Year Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Tuttte, Anne King:, and "Kelly" prepare for their busy day. Absent from the picture is Mrs. Shell. By Margie Heffner REMEMBER "WHEN: many a girl went to " the Sno-Ball with j-ust whom she didn't have in mind; the confused DDT fellas got only one answer " principles are all the same, nothing new, everything is automatic;" the party at Makufka's apartment turned into a brawl .... oops, I mean ball; the dorm girls rearranged the reception rooms and Dee meanwhile, tried to stir up a little business with her paint ¦brush; Jerry Mitchell went into the taxi business; Drew, Ball called Chuck Simons "Charles" and got rechristened< over the head with, a glass of milk; a treasure was discovered to the Memorial Room . . . Cobs .bottles, well anyway, such a dignified place couldn't house cans; we got a one-day vacation. ' when the "officials"of Behrend Center called off school because of snow; cigarettes sailed across accounting class ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

• • © ® ® • © ® ® © • ® • • • SPOITSCOPE «•• © ® ® _® © © © © © © 9 • By Ray and Kay The Behrend bowlers held a banquet at "A Little Bit of Sweden" on Tuesday, May 14. Treat for some fine _iwork! The tennis courts have " been ¦getting a workout lately. Seen frequently on them are Blaine Minhinnick, Bab Maxson, Jack Roberts, Chuck Simons, Bud Ssifert, Jim Stuart, Don Sarganfc, Sandy David', Dae Rankin, Dick Stenta,-Burl . Henry, "The .Thurbons" (_including Shawn), and Bill Dawson_! (and Ms. unique outfits.) Needless to say most activity centers around the pooh Henn Hannah and Norm Thomas' diving exhibitions are something everyone should see. "We hope you all continue to have so much fun around the pool, but don't forget some rules _~ and regulations have to be followed. A few of the rules are listed below. Students of Behrend may use the pool; not their guests. Permission to use the pool by an individual or group must be secured by the administrative offices. Do not swi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

TECH TALKS Creeping in with the arrival of good weather comes the uncontrollable desire to skip -classes and forget homework. Naturally, all instructors realize that it is much more important -for the student 'body, to play tennis and softball, and , go - swimming, for without health, what is life? " As'Walt would say in class, "Let's bug -out of here, " or as Cy would say, "Let's take a break. We probably could if Truex would hold it down to a simmer . ..." I forgot university regulations RU 12 states that three class cuts is sufficient reason for failure of the course_. By the looks of things, most of the E. Techs are going to end. up in California. Can't you just feel that sunshine? Mr. Baker is going to hate to see us leave. He_^ is getting to be one of the best conductors of.sixteen violins. "Bop" Werner is still passing on bits of information to his reluctant students and Mr. Jones is still passing on. Most of the guys- claim they are enjoying themselves on their visit...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Clinically Speaking By Hose M. Dobbs The Clinical program comes to a close on May 24th and we will all leave Behrend with a lot of happy memories. We know that Chuck Simons whose lively , interest in everything made him a- favorite among bowling -fans and feJIow -classmates-here, will be _jast: as -successful- next-year at-Bebrend; We are certain that. George's Mercury will be missed around those old familiar places. He will attend the Williamsport Technical School-next fall. Bodies, frames and lessons in auto mechanics will always re¬ mind us of Jim Kuhn. Jim is stm recruiting members for the mysterious "Polar" Bear's Club." Jo's- interest in the tennis courts-resulted-in ' a.crisp sunburn and a slight case.of flu. We wondered if it was worthwhile, but Jo says, "Anything for the cause." Ina -and-Rose are-promoting-a sizzling love-affair between their parakeets, "Peter" and-"Sandy". Seems as though this isn't the only love affair-Ina' s- had a hand in. How-about.it, Joan? Jo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Comp/s Cufies By Kay Spanbauer With a crack of a bat and the flattening of the Softball, Harriet slams a long fly to left-center Held. Susie Tully lets out a _ecream and begins skipping after the ball. A shout goes out to Dee, who is- em»»b«th}nr to Ittt field to -stand-tip, for * minute to catch the ball. See just mines, and another run conies la ..... 10 so the games In. the .glrt' _a gym classes.. Sandy David, Amy Curtis, Judy Adler, Sue Neth, and Harriet Hansen are the long-ball hitters. Susie Tully's outfielding adds humor to the game, while Sue Jtoss has a unique stance which is seldom found even in .the -major- ;ieagues. When Lea comes to bat, everyone closes her mouth and hopes .the ball doesn't come that way. If you'd like to see softball as it has never been played-before, watch one of the girl's -games—they're .•eally different. The girls have deserted the 3ARE-END shower, room on-Monday afternoons ' (everyone but Harriet) due to the fact that coed -showers can't ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

Girl Afhiefe... Marion Rynd, a very divei-sified girl, is one of our female athletes. Basketball, baseball, tennis, and swimming are her four favorite sports. Marion makes her own clotlies, sings in the choir, and is the owner of a very pleasant and striking personality. Sha is a-native of Cochranton, Pa. and the oldest' of a family which includes six brothers and one sister. One of our kitchen aids ' , Marion is always known to be working hard and running from place to place crowding many activities into her busy day. You might find her industriously working chemistry problems, doing dishes, playing badminton, or _raiding to Chuck, anoix-sr o: her favorite a _Privities. _Us_^_sp&ii USSM"*^ Smoke filled room, Everywhere gloom. Editor's faces, what a sight! This column space must bs filltonight! Betsy cries, "Oh, what ¦will we do?" Renita and Eva give her a clue. Since nothing would fit, This is it!

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 May 1957

GUESS WHO? * By Elaine _Hiloert This blonde-haired, green-eyec lass has grown up quite a bil since the above picture. She is known to be interested in men, music, her Sunday school class, and teaching in general. She is now majoring in elementary education and on the completion of four years hopes to teach 4th grade. She _choss teaching because she wants to feel that she's contributing something to society. When summer rolls around she will probably be slaving in a hot office over a typewriter. Her pet peeve is catty boys. Music and dancing are her hobbies. She can be seen Monday nights practicing with, or conducting the girls chorus. Many times she is caught singing her favorite song, "Round and Round-." Besides being an active member of the chorus, she also had the good fortune to go to Perm State for the Interpretative Reading festival in May. With all these added extras you may wonder how she finds time to study, but she seems to manage as she made the dean's list last s...

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