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

• _Dsrm Chcatter ® By Marion Rynd "What happened to your hah*?" is an often heard expression when you look m Carol's-direction. All kidding aside, we like it real well! The new style for many of our fine dorm survivors is to see how many times we can ask (very indirectly) to get thrown into the pool and really get that far. Any comment, Anne? Speaking of the pool, Mary is becoming quite an aquatic person. Did anyone know that Dee is little short of a genius? She comes up with the handiest-and most useful inventions. One comment, "Don't ask her about it." ¦ Janet is finally getting to work upon her ambition—to swim. She can now hold her head under water and will soon be swimming the length of the pool. Ruth and Betsy have come up with a new and a really clever game. I think they call it "switchabout" or something to that effect. Swimming attire is quite a fashion. _luacge has three outfits. How many of them have you people seen??? A biff job for Rose is to keep the room to fairly...

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

State Impressions By Evelyn Bernhard When we went to the main campus for the Interpretative Reading Festival, I was uncertain' what my reactions to the new situation would be. I was determined to see just three things which I had heard so much about . . • Mount Nittany, the Nittany Lion,' and- Old Main. . We drove over Mount Nittany on our way to State Collage and on the trip home. From its peak, I could see acres of fertile farm lands stretching for miles and, in the distance, the adjoining hills. Looking at it from the campus, it was an odd mixture of light and dark greens, with a tan ribbon of road twisting its way to the top. The Nittany Lion crouched near the entrance to the football field as if ready to pounce upon any intruders. I could see why that lithe, gray body symbolized the courage and spirit of each student as well as the football team. As -we entered the campus, the mellow chimes of old Main tolled the quarter hour. The first building on the campus, although ...

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

Which Is Worse * By Elaine Hilbert Being a bridesmaid is worse than being a bride, and being one twice is double trouble. As long as I can remember, J hoped to be a bridesmaid at my brother's wedding, and also at that of my best friend. Little did I know that they would be married only one week apart! How could I pay for two dresses? My income tax return solved- this problem, so I told them both that I should be delighted. Then we started the hunt for bridesmaid dresses. Now, some say hunting for a bridesmaid's dress is fun, but believe me they have never done it. First, you find a dress that is rather pretty, so you try it on. After you put it on, and the bride looks it over, y ou take it off because, "You can't take the first one that you try on." Then you proceed 1 to walk, p ut on dresses, take them off, and walk some more. When you finally decide on the dress, you guessed it, it was the first one after all! It feels so good just to relax and not worry about a thing. The...

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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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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Pumpkins, Haystacks, Create Autumn Scene A? Erse Hall Punkin Ball Planned For Oct. 18 Large, orange pumpkins, rustling corn stalks, ¦ ¦ white picket fencing, and a harvest moon will add to the festive Halloween spirit for the coming dance to be held on Friday, October 18, in Erie Hall. As in previous years, the dance will be semi-formal .and will last from ' 8 P. M. until midnight. The program committee has not officially named the band for the affair. Mr. Patterson, assistant professor of mathematics and chemistry, and his group of advisees are in charge of the various committees including program, entertainment, and decorations. The committee members consist of Clark Johnson, Robert Jones. Joseph Kaliszewski, Dave Felde. Ray Griffen, Donald Sargent, Paul Scholl. Karl Seiffert, Richard Sprankle, Richard Stenta. James Stewart, and Ray Stancliff. The dance will be either stag or couples. The traditional Halloween refreshments, apple cider and donuts, will be on sale.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Chorus And Glee Club Organize Despite the lack of female students on campus, the girls have successfully organized a Girls' Chorus. They held their first meeting z-ecently. In this meeting they decided to continue to meet every other Monday of each month. Returning members from last year include Carole Lazarus and Evelyn Bernhard, who will direct the group. The new members are Barbara Wagner, Ruth Angelotti. Janet Warren, Edith Tinsman, and Sara Lewis. The girls are looking forward co performing at various teas throughout the year, the Christmas - program in the Behrend Chapel at Wintergreen Gorge, C&e Christmas program on campus, a concert, and several other events. The Boys' Glee Club is -also off to a good start this year- with a total of twenty members. They met recently, and are under the direction of William A. Hover, assistant professor of romance languages and music. The members include: Bill Curtis: Karl Boyer, Paul r Mc . Queeney, Bob Sofeoloff, Oliver Sext...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Behrend Represented At Intercollegiate Council Recently at the Junior Red Cross building in Erie, Behrend Center, represented by Lea Moses. Suzanne Russell, and Sandy David, met with the representatives of Villa Maria College, Edinboro State Teachers College, and Gannon College for -the -first fall -meeting of the Red Cross Intercollegiate Council. The council outlined the important meetings and projects loi the coming academic year. Four dates were selected! to present entertainment and variety acts at the local hospitals and children's homes. The entertainment will be selected from the student bodies of five colleges. The Red Cross Intercollegiate Council is made up of -representatives . and faculty advisors from the five colleges for the purpose of interesting the college student in -community service and. organizational volunteer work. The council provides a numbei of . community services and provides an opportunity for ihe college students to take an active part in volu...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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