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

Faculty Elects I Officers For f Coming Year < A special meeting of the Faculty Organization -of Behrend Center was held in the . Memorial Room ¦ ,Jrecently for the purpose of elect-/ ing new officers for the 1957-58 ? year. ¦ Mr. Richards, assistant professor, of engineering, presided *~Over'the meeting and entertained nominations for the various offices. Elected as chairman of the faculty group "was Ernest E. Fryer assistant, professor of psychology and guidance counselor at the Center. Serving with him will.be Allen, W. Burns, instructor in history, "vice" chairman; and William A. Hover, assistant professor of languages, secretary. \ Selected to head standing committees were Benjamin A. Lane, _^assistant professor of languages, student welfare; W. L. Richards, community relations; and Gor-. don L. Baker,-assistant professor of physics , faculty welfare. Margarita M.- Filer, librarian_, wa-s chosen to be in charge of the regular faculty bulletin. Mr.- Patterson, ad...

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

Council Members Elected After two weeks of vigorous campaigning with such clever slogans as, "Yes indeedy. vote for Eddie." "Bernie and Laz, the best Behrend has," "Don't get stuck, vote for George and Chuck," "Be men-y with Terry, vote Dawdy.* voting for Student Council finally took place on Friday, September 27. The eleven students elected to Student Council are Ruth Angelotti, - Evelyn Bernhard. John Cipriani, Herm Hannah. Dick Januleski, Carole Lazarus, Janice Maclver, Bill Murray, Frank Rote, Chuck Simons, and. Norm Thomas. Mr. Burns and Mr. Lane are advisors for Student Council. The newly elected officers for Student Council are John Cipriani_, president; Norm Thomas, vice president: Janice Maclver, seeretflrv: -and Carole Lazarus. treasurer. - They have set up ' a tentative social calendar and a tentative budget for the year and are planning the first dance or the semester_, the Punkin Ball,' , which will be held on October 18. The homecoming festivities are being_^ p...

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

Yearbook Sales looming Who will win the race to buy yearbooks? The freshmen or the sophomores? At present, the sophomores are in the lead, percentage-wise, but the freshmen are breathing down our necks. We •must ' " get out and support our yearbook. Mr. Patterson, assistant professor of mathematics and chemistry, with _Carole Lazarua head the committee. £. ¦ Soliciting advertisements for this year's -book are Carole Lazarus, Evelyn Bernhard. Ruth Angelotti, Janice Maclver. Sara Lewis, Anthony . Krainski. and Boo Metzgar. Working on the layout are "Sandy David, Carole Lazarus, Evelyn Bernhard, Lea Moses, Ray Stancliff, Dick Stenta. Edie Tinsman,. Sara' Lewis, Terry Herrick, and Fred Monaco. . - . : -The students enjoyed the yearbook, last year, and, as Mr. Patterson says, "With the . staff we have this semester,:lin-sure:' we'll "thro-out- ;a_^: better .student L- yearbook ;thas. year." ...: _^ . "-. ' ' .,:.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Preview of Homecoming Plans for the annual Behrend Homecoming are underway under the direction of Gordon L. Baker, assistant professor of physics and math, and the sophomore class. Homecoming, scheduled for November 9th, invites the alumni to revisit the campus, former friencts, and faculty. A basketball game between the alumni and the current Behrend students, and a buffet dinner followed by a dance highlight the affair. Suzanne Russell and Sandy David are general chairmen for the Homecoming committee. Decorations will be under the direction of Lea Moses and Rita Anderson, while Carole "Lazarus and Evelyn Bernhard will take charge of the invitations. Irwin KocheL head of Beh rend, - will address the Erie Rotary Club on Oct. -16.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Behrend Legacy Of $750,000 After fulfillment of specific bequests, the estate of Dr. Otto F. Behrend, co-founder of the Hammennill Paper Company, has turned over some $750,000 to Behrend. _— 'Dr. Behrend, who died In May, named many persons and organizations as beneficiaries in his will, but-Behrend . was to receive what ever remained after these specific bequests. Dr. Eric A. Walker, President of PSU. said that this bequest is the largest in the university's 102-year history. • . •

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

Mairic Pictures Taken On Thursday afternoon,. October .3, an., assembly, for the purpose of. taking pictures for matriculation cards of thebacculaureate and associate degree students took place in" Er ie; Hall. The two cameras used were operated by two officers from the Main Campus, Dr. Stanford and Mr. _looser. ' It was . decided/ ..last semester that matriculation pictures would be:-taken. '._during r the fan semester only- and. ;then " : .o ' niy;-; oncea yeais.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Around The Campus By Terry Herrick Now that freshmen customs are over, most of us have come out of hiding and started talking to the sophomores. Cipriani. Thomas. Hannah, and Rote never thought there "> were so many freshmen. Recently, the Stull Hall boys defeated a dorm team in a practice football game. How about that. Wes? The library is a popular hangout for the smart set. Saw Burt Hackenburg, Sara Lewis . Ruth Angelotti, and Dick Fenstermaker there the other day. Herb Durkee probably has the strongest lift on campus now Who wouldn't after carrying a bowling - ball around for two weeks? The frosh- engineering students are thinking--about changing their curriculum to dancing o_^-ping pong after-'several sessions- ol analyt. Just " think, Lugo, next semester we- get calculus! ; What's this-about Paulak playing dumb about the- library so Miss" Filer would show him a few things? Fred Manaco. Ron Raymond, and-Clyde' -Beatty hitch hiked to Meadville .. Fa., several weeks...

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

_Gustoms - - Musi Hfe? " Why do we-ftave tkrge through customs?. I imagine-this _^_question _vra s foremost in the minds oiPthe fres hmen .as - th ey i-JciAeied "their signs, memorized, the information on the plagues 'in : Erie- H&H--&Rd : _Turnbull Hall, and shopped for black -*><*1V -ties and - ¦ ¦green hair ribbons. Some- might consider the r»)c*"aiitl regulations ridiculous and _thoroaghiy resent tfaem; -fcu-l iiiost of the- -freshmen- will- take it in a joking- way- and sau-V&ri of-ttieir-erlentaaon into- college .life.; - Customs is an essential part of college life. Through-it -everyone Initially'begins their "pursuit for Higher education" on {lie same level; The person who was an outstanding -2«_3.ii&fce, -:!ie social 1 iigfct of the senior" class, or the president *qv leader of various organizations is subjected • to the- same twiai-itient a_§. the quiet, studious individual who contributed hii; v»krt-to "the-group in an u...

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

Behrend Center Presents By Lea Moses Tain Dark! Handsome! That is 5* 10" brown-eyed Chuck Simons. Chuck is a freshman, but he has seen much of the Behrend Campus as a -student in the Speech Clinic last year. After being- subjected to feshmen customs this year. Chuck had just one remark, "RIDICULOUS." Chuck is interested in sports and served- as our bowling alley _"manager last year. He-is interested in fishing, hunting, and tennis. This year he plans to participate in intramural football, soccer, and bowling. Chuck is enrolled in business administration with a major in accounting. Chuck comes from Oil City to the Center and is staytag in the dormitory. He says it is quite an experience after being accustomed to a private home. This past summer Chuck woi-ked-as a sheet metal apprentice to earn the money to go to- school. By the way, girls, as most of you have noticed. Chuck is ' -wearing a class ring on liis little finger. The girl is Marian Rynd who was a student.on our camp...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

MEIT YOUR FACULTY By Evelyn Bernhard If you ever need advice on your curriculum, individual courses of study, or personal problems, turn to Ernest Fryer, our psychology professor, guidance counselor, and all around helping hand. Mr. Fryer . is originally from Boyertown, Pa. and knew Mr. Kochel. In fact, they were childhood pals, and hadn't seen- each other for years until they both met. again at Behrend. Although Mr. Fryer attended the Pennsylvania State Teachers' College in Lockhaven, he was graduated from Penn State arid-received his masters "degree there. He majored in clinical psychology and speech pathology, and, for the first six years at Behrendi.he aided_, in the- rehabilitation of students having- speech difficulties through the- Speech" Clinicv This is his first ' year for teaching psychology exclusively, although Mr. Fryer has _taugrhj the subject froin time to time. At. the present time; Mi-. Fryer is hard- at work- on his doctorate vrhich he- is striving-, to ob...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Here's ' the- Spmf The students this year certainly show a great deal, more '_^_adrcQi spirit." than several previous groups.. However, .the _remits of activities pushed by that spirit are-the things that ¦•_rc&Uy count. ' ¦ ._©ancing is a_^popular campus pastime, and putting dances <hi can-be enjoyable-: as.much fun as the enthusiastic plan-)vr,v and decorators , paint into it. "Where are the ""girls?" —toc?>a _few_^ge-turneut is desirable, "What are our-enterprising --fellows doing?"' If bowlingi. ping pong or pool is more in line with your _tatoots, don't-be-shy. You'll find plenty of others who aren't! jm icI as lor "rank beginners." now is the time for you, too* •to joire the "sporty"'ones. Exuberance often makes up for J?_ck\if skill: Several clubs-are going strong and, once again, the stu-•_xtctifc 'tte&y will--determine-the- full scope of their activities. A ~g-O_3d play requires , hard- work on the part of the directors, th.o actors,, -an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

_NITTANy CUB _^ ! _^l-.i._lil3heci October 23, 1943. as the ' official publication for- the -i-l-nciee.- '. body of Pevmsytvama "State University. Behrend-Center : 4 ! .:i-i£_- . Ponnsyirarua _rt. >JVi.i.srsd by iae B?_s?_ze Publishin g- Co.. North East. Pennsyl- • -taifco-r-in-chief ' — ' -- Evelyn Bemhard /i-ssists at Editors Rita Anderson. Carole - Lazarus ¦_4:v_».tar? Editor ; " —. Sandy David - -fe)« oi*ts ' Editor Dick Covattq "Kioto'Consultant Norman Patterson ~_4vx£? Writers Ruth Angelotti.. Fred Faulk, Terry Herrick. Ssra Lewis. Janice Maelver. Lea Moses. Ron Rayas-szid, Suzanne Russell. Edith Tinsman. Janet Warren

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

Compy's _Cities By Edith Tinsman "Where are all the girls?" "How can so few ever play basketball?" "Is P. E. 1 a girls' class?" "Are there two P.E.ll sections?" These were b ut a f ew o f t h e q uest i ons asked by eight bewildered freshmen girls at the beginning of Orientation Week. Now that things are settled and we have resigned ourselves to the fact that t h ere aren 't very many girls, -we have resorted to such individual sports as badminton, swimming, an d tenn i s , relying . u p on t h e sophomores for .competition, in team sports. One of the more popular current sports with the gals is bowling. This fact is easily in evidence to even the most casual visitor to Erie Hall, and'the cry of "I broke my fingernail!" is.a common, one. A P.E. 13 activity, bowling has a l so attracte d t h e attent i on o f the frosh, and most of the girls of both classes have joined teams in the leagues. Among other gym activities, we can see Janet Warren; -willing tc challenge all comers ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

• •••••••••••••• SPO R TS C O P E s i By Dick Covatto This year at Behrend Center, due I to the co-operation of the stud ents , Mr. Goodwin, men 's physical education instructor, is going to have touch football, bowling, basketball, and possibly ping pong and pool tournaments. • Recently the bowling teams began their schedule, and the results are _~aS follows: Mitchell's "Bombers", Sokoloff's "Keglers". Theobald's "Bruisers", Hackenberg's "Choppers", the "Faculty- Five", and, Faulk's "Alley Rats". ' > The Bombers" have the high team game of 615 and the high team series of 1754. Individual honors go to Dick Covatto with, a high game of 225 and. a high series of "562. These- aTe the five high scores in the league " a l ter t h e fi rst wee k Dick Covatto—187 Jerry Mitchell—158 Bert Hacfcenburg—153 David Rundquist—141 • Fred Faulk—134 There are six teams in this classic league. The "Bombers" consist of Jerry Mitchell, Dick . ©«•©••• Sprankle, Don Sargent. Georg« Hall. ...

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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

Dick Covatto - - Bowling Champ By Rita Anderson •Strike! And Dick Covatto, the new Cub Sports Editor, ' has rolled another ball to a perfect 1-3 pocket - -hit. Dick, one of the commut i n g stu d ents , was b orn an d raised'in Erie. He attended Perry _£ra d e sc h oo l, Roosevelt Junior High, and graduated from ' Erie Technical High in 1953. During high school, h e was mana g er o f t h e water p o l o , swimming, baseball, and bowling teams. _Boiling quickly became his- favorite sport, and he had a 1st year.average of 140. Dick enlisted in the Army in Dick Covatto Returning to the states in May of 1956. Dick was stationed at Ft. Bragg. As a member of the- 3rd Army Team, he toured the Southern states. Here, he added four more trophies to his collection; t h ree team , and one for high individual game, which, incidentally, was a. 279, his highest score to date. After Dick's discharge in March 1957. he worked for Applied Plastics_, and was an active member _Df the plant softb...

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

FFICE _KilWS The office, staff of- Behrend B» ts li tt l e c h ance" for rest over _Hl£e summer months, for while the I idents are "loafing" away then Vime, the staff is busy preparing Yfor the coming year's activities. EMost of the staff are also active in extracurricular activities. , Irvin Kochel, the administrative Head, was a speaker before the- Purchasing Agents Association of Erie on October 9. His topic was, "Continuing Education, A Must For Everyone—Especially Purchasing Agents/ Mr. Kochel will address the Erie Rotary Club on October 16. The subject will be, . "Your Local Community Junior College." . Mrs. Helen .Adams, secretar y to Mr. 'kochel, has been elected the publicity chairman of the Business -and Professional Women's Club .of - Erie.: Mrs. Adams also _eafcjoys .domestic arts, and at presientjshe is knitting a beige ribbon &nd yarn dress. ) _Gordon L: Baker, assistant professor of physics and math, spok€ recent ly to t h e" .Erie Chapter oi Professio...

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

Candid Opinions Of Behrend By Janet Warren • -Aitliough- the freshmen have only had a few weeks of campus " .-;li$e, some of them were "Willing to - ¦make the mistake of giving an opinion of Behrend. The willing _^ _VosJn (and. we "are quoting)- in-¦ Wde: - ; , \_jill Fritz: I,think- customs" are > i_^riot ' : I- can hardly wait until f -liexf year to get the frosh. Terry Dawdy: I have- yet to see a girl. (Oh Terry,- you shouldn't have" ) - _^^ Ollie Sexton:-1 likes Behrend—-it"Fa lot of fuii. " . Ruth Angelotti: I like the school, the ' subjects, the faculty, and the girls, (shortage of?) Barbara Wagner: Everything is great, except. my marks. - Dick Fenstermaker:- Behrend l/vould be nice-, if- there were more D ans. . . ¦^ Efi Muii-iiead: Lazy life, nothing to do but eat, sleep, and study? v- -«Her ' b Bain: This is one big blast! , Ji m R asmussen: C an 't wait to go home. George ' Place: The ' best thing about Behrend is Villa Maria. Dave Miller: I like the free pe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Compliments of WesieyviHe Dinor Wesleyville, Pa.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 10 October 1957

Howard Roth WAT C HMAKER A ND JEWELER 3206 Buffalo Road Wesleyville, Pa.

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