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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

Around The Campus By Ron Raymond After spending the last • two weeks on campus, a perso n begins to wonder if freshman initiation is really over. Why else would Bill Murray carry a snow-shovel to analyt class and John Beatty tote a hammer along with his sliderule? Well, it seems as though poor John lubricated, his slip stick with foot powder rather than talcum powder. If you can't guess Murray 's motives, just ass some of the other fellows In Math 41. Janice Maclver, Doris Miesel, and Barbara Wagner have a mutual pen pal in North Warren, although they have never seen him. We think it's very silly since there are so many fine gentlemen here at Behrend. Bill Murray (what again!) and Bill Novatny were refused admittance to the Gannon Dance of October 12. Maybe the Gannonites fear our Behrend boys' success with the local misses. We can't find anyone to take credit for the picture of the "American Saddle-light" on the Turnbull Hall bulletin board. Mr. Pat thinks it was probably W...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Jack Randinelli If you're ever in the vicinity of the Behrend Pine and notice a small, rustic building: with rather l&rge barn doors, why don't you step inside and see what's there? Inside you'll find the quiet abode of Margarita M. Filer, our congenial librarian and English instructor. Miss Filer is a native of Erie, and this is her first year -with us at the Center. Receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree at Vassar, a women's college in Poughkeep sie, New York, Miss Slier then obtained her Master's in English at the University of Wisconsin. The hobbies that receive most of Miss Filer's interest vary immensely. Water skiing holds top priority _wltih her, but rigiht now Miss Filer explains she is finding great pleasure spending- the seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar endowment received by Benrend Center from Dr. Otto Behrend. Our librarian commented that she loves Behrend Center and that the students (only occasionally) give her a, shall we sa...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

_NITTANY CUB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pennsyl vania Editor-in-chief Evelyn Bernhard Assistant Editors Rita Anderson, Oarole Lazarus Feature Editor Sandy David Sports Editor Dick Covatto Photo Consultant Norman Patterson Staff Writers Ruth Angelotti, Fred Paulk, Terry Herrick, Sara Lewis, Janice Maclver, Lea Moses, Ron Raymond, Suzanne Russell, Edith Tinsman, Janet Warren, Jack Randinelli, Jill Fritz, Wes Carter.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

+ Dorm Chatter ? By Fred Faulk The latest observance made by the novice astronomers was a peculiar object with dark-rimmed glasses, a suitcase in one hand and a sign in the other saying, "Schenectady". This satillite bears the name of George Place"nik." Then there is "the little riot of the eight room suite" who tells of the good time he had drinking chips and' eating beer. (He said this while sober.) The dorm council members are Herb Durkee, president, Ed Roberts, Marsh Fisk, and Mel Zarletta. Who are the fellows that are going to Florida to be apprentice baiters on. a fashing boat next summer? (What advancement could be made doing,this?) What do Ma and Pa do down in Kenya country? If in doubt, ask Bernie. Poor Sid Wallace couldn't find a thing to do one night so he spent a whole evening "studying." Were you studying at your desk, Sid, or couldi it have been in your

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

The Earth Stood Still" The Day By Wes Carter A shrill •whistle interruptedi a calm, fall atmosphere; there was a thud of leather against . During the hours that followed one of the 'best soccer games in the history of Behrend Center was played. The Behrend Lions rec- ently defeated the Allegheny soc- cer team by the score of 3-0. To better understand the significance behind this great victory, let's turn back the pages of time. The beginning was not a practice session a- month, before the game; it was not a team lee- tare a week before the game. In- stead, the beginning was five minutes before kickoff time. Aside from the usual" pre-game pep talk, the team was lectured on rules and _fiiTMta.TnPTita.iK of soccer play, At the close of the team's brief talk, it took the field with a very pessimistic view toward the whole c | _>v < e j s i ( _^ c s situation. They knew they •were doomed to failure. At one end of the field stood the debonaire princes of Allegheny. E...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

By Dick Covatto Strike! and the Bowlers in the Behrend League are off to another fine season. The six teams in this classic league axe 'blasting the maples at a torrid clap. At the rate the pins are flying around, we'll need new wood in a few weeks. I do hope the txywung committee of Student Council will look into this. There have been several _ihogin games recordled for both men and women in the past few weeks. The gentlemen of Behrend have four games over 195. The highest game t-Hte past week was your editor's effort of 208. Bob Burns threw a 201; this was the first game in which Bob participated. We hope you have a great year, Bob. Jerry Mitchell of the "Bombers" rolled a 199, only, one pin shy of the 200 mark. Better luck next time, Mitch. Burt Hackenberg had a 198 and missed the magic circle by • •••••••••••••a STRIKES and SPARES two pins. So loads of luck in the future, Burt. As for the fairer sex, there were four games over 150. Their highest was Evelyn Balmer with a 16...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

_SPORTSCOPE By Terry Hernck The mighty Behrend. soccer squad, which is undefeated, this year, heMi an Allegheny College team scoreless in a brilliant opening game. Score: 3-0. Members of the squad are as follows: Thomas Zielinaki, Nick Smolakov, Carl TorreUi, Robert Sokoloff, Robert Verbanic, Harvey Bain, Wesley Carter, David Rundquist)r William. Roberge, Robert Lugo, Joseph Rupczewski, Philip Smith, canaries Bail, Charles Vandervort, amd Ed Muirhead. Good game men! Behrend's basketball squad has ¦been tuning up of late and looks very promising. Of twenty-three that turned out originally, eleven "coys are still plugging. Forget about the homework , school spirit is -what counts. The coach delivered a tenative schedule which ncludes competition with the following schools: Altoona, Mc-Keesport, Newcastle, Allegheny, Alliance, and Jamestown. Infor¬ mation on the time and place of these games will be forthcoming Touch football is off to a slow start with many of the teams wantin...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

Compy's Cufies By Edith Tinsman An important announcement has just reached my ears. Doris won her first ibadminton game, defeating Babbie, 11-3! Janet Warren has also attained a new height. Jan, a faithful member of Hackenberg's "Choppers,- recently .bowled 154. Laz is trying to break this record, and with her 100 point handicap, she at least has a chance. Bernie is looking for a group of boys who cant dance to use as pupils in her dancing class. One question — Can you dance, Bernie? Judy must have more influence than any other girl on campus—so influential that she doesn't even need to stick pins in gym class. She relies on the able assistance of John Cipriani. The frosh girls recently went for a walk up the gorge. Did you know that one of the most beautiful displays of fall colors in this part of the county can be viewed from a point directly opposite the cemetery?

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

Will He Score Another Point? Tom Zielinski demonstrates the kicking technique used in the game between the Behrend Lions and Allegheny soccer team. Those watching are (L. to R.) Carl Torelli, Bob Sokoloff, Coach Hank Goodwin, and Joe Rupczewski.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

Literatute By David "The Heel's A Wheel" My name is Gertrude, but you can call me Gert for short. I'm a nylon stocking, and I'm fed up with this whole deal—of being a nylon stocking, that is. Yes, I'm sick of it, do you hear, sick, sick, sick! Not that I cared too very much in the beginning, but now everyone has carried this joke too far. I'm sick of being seen in Charm ads, Mademoiselle ads. newspaper ads, dripping over bathtubs, lying behind dusty store counters, being pulled over skinny legs, fat legs, scratchy legs, toeing thrown into trash cans, and being used for Halloween masks. There I was, happy in old wood pulp and coal mines until this bright fellow decided to make me a nylon stocking. Well, you know how it is—try anything once. So I went along with the guy just to be more sociable-like and mercy monkey grease! Mother never even warned me about stuff like this; guess she really didn't know, though. Well, otherhow, they hauled me into laboratories, test tubes, an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

Ollie Sexton... Tickles Those Ivories By Ruth Angelotti If you should walk through, the parking lot and hear the honk of a horn followed by a hearty "Howdy," you can be sure you're being paged by Ollie Sexton. Ollie is 6' 2", 253 pounds of sparkling personality and is a freshman at Behrend this year. He is majoring in civil engineering. His favorite food is roast beef and; mashed potatoes; however, whenever there is any kind or food, you are sure to find Ollie. When asked his pet peeve, he re¬ plied, "Silly women." Ollie's hobby is music, especially playing the piano. He con often be found providing dinner music at the Saga Club. Born in Union City and raised in Erie, Ollie was graduated from Strong Vincent in 1954. A month after this he joined' the Navy Sea Bees. He was stationed in the Philippines for two and one-half years and attained the rank of Crew Leader. His crew had tne honor of setting an all-time national record by pouring 120,000 yards of concrete in six months....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

Fight On, State By Evelyn Bernnard It was a day made especially for a football game. The air was cool and crisp, with perhaps a subtle promise of frost; the sun shown coldly through the tear in a ragged cloud formation; the blanket of trees with their changing leaves on Mt. Nittany made splashes of reds, oranges, and yellows as if a painter had taken his brush, and haphazardly dabbled brushfuls of color on his canvas. Only the. occasional green of a pine tree broke the pattern on the mountainside. As we sat on the bleachers overlooking the football field, the sixty bands seated in the sections opposite us presented the pattern of a patchwork quilt in their colorful uniforms—gray and red, red and white, orange and black, and green and white. Several minutes before the game was to begin, the Penn State blue band marched across the field in double time playing "The Nittany Lion." The sunlight glinted and flashed from the tubas, trombones, and saxophones. A muffled roar announce...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

Dorm Hayride Set Nov. 2 In a recent dtam council meeting, the Iboys decided, to hold a •hayride for the dorm boys _^ and their dates. Tiie time !has been set for November 2 from 8 to 11 pjn at Sunny Acres.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 31 October 1957

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