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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Behrend Center Presents . . . by Sandra David The new student with the interesting continental look on campus this semester is Hugo Thomas Francis. Contrary to the comments overheard from B. c. students, Hugh is not a foreigner spying for the Russians but a native from Union City. He also speaks English quite well and is not taking German in.order to learn English. Hugh attended Union City High School and Messick Military School in Memphis. His formal education from that point was followed by NATO Intelligence School where he studied Slavic tongues, and the Industrie Dolmetche Sehule in Stuttgart, Germany. The Behrend Campus, where European Area Studies electives mark up his present curriculum, is not new to Hugh, for he attended this Perm State Extension in 1953. Although spending most of Army life time in Germany, Here Francis had the opportunity to travel through France, Switzerland, Austria, the British Isles, Majorca, and Spain. On the American continent, Canada, the New ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Don't Hand Me That Blarney, McDoogle! If you don't like wiggly snakes, buzzing, bothersome insects., and warty old toads, and dream of a land that is free from these pests, let me suggest that you take the next plane or boat to Ireland. With St. Patrick's Day being next Monday, I thought that we should get ready to produce our fourleafed clovers, blarney stones, and green apparel to celebrate this fine Irish occasion. Everyone, whether he is Irish or not, wears the symbolic green of the Emerald Isle, and sings the quaint old Irish ballads; but you can spot an Irishman on this day just by the sparkle in his bright, typically-blue eyes. Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17, the date of the death of the apostle and patron saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick is said to have been born at Kilpatrick, Scotland, in the year 387, of Roman parentage. He was captured and sold into slavery in Ireland at the age of sixteen. Six years later he escaped to Gaul where he became a monk. La...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

NITTANr CUB Established October 26, 1S48, 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 Rica Anderson, Carole Lazarus Feature Editor Sandy David Sports Editor Dick Covatto Photo Consultant Norman Patterson Staff Writers Ruth Angelotti, Fred Faulk, Terry Herrick, Sara Lewis, Janice Maclver, Lea Moses, Ron Raymond, Suzanne Russell, Edith Tinsman, Jack Randinelli, Jill Fritz, Wes Carter, Dave Thelin, Bill Curtis, Forrest Campbell, Dick Januleski.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Get A Job! Interviews for fourth-semester tech students by various companies will be held throughout the months of March and April. Following is a schedule of the interview dates. March 6—Babcock & Wilcox (ddt) March 11—Talon Inc. March 13—Bell Telephone Labs April 11—Copes Vulcan April 14—LBJVL ' April 29—Elliot Company

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Compy s Cuties by Edie Tinsman Compy really picked an appropriate time to enlighten her P. E. 12 class in the arts of pushing and lifting, for that was the same Monday afternoon that Dean Lane announced that school was out because-of the drifting conditions. Many of the Behrend lassies soon were able to apply their lesson in leverage to the storm. And boy, was that snow heavy! Question of the week: Who was first out of the door when Dr. Smith dropped the rat in zoo? Could it have been the same girl who, two hours later, used rats for her visual aids in speech class? It seems that the freshman girls must entertain the sophs at a tea right before" Easter vacation. At least one frosh would prefer an analyt test that hour. That's a hint, Mr. Pat. Bernie is forming an anti-kidnapping society. It seems that she was the unwilling accomplice in a recent abduction. This society, if formed, might be in favor of abolishing the "Stull Hall Taxi Ser- Tudy bowled a terrific 163 game in ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Girls Get a Pep Talk t_^^_xz_^ COMPY'S CUTIES take a much needed breather at half-time in one of their exciting; basketball games. Tumble, Tumble, Little Star by Wes Carter The human body is undoubtedly one of the most ruggedly build structures of today. To validate this statement, all one has to do is to skip down to the gym on any week day afternoon. As you approach the door, strange noises meet the ear. There are crashes, bangs, and thump-thumps. When you enter, there before you are weird little earthlings (called men.) These poor creatures are subordinating their helpless bodies to bars, mats, and weights. This, my dear friends, is the tumbling class of ole Hank Goodwin. Actually, he feels as though his boys are the toughest there are today. Slowly, day by day, muscle by muscle, and ache by ache Ms theory is proving to be correct. Today _^the big issue is tumbling. Prom the big, stout, Gary Raimys to the short, skinny Walt Parkers, everyone loves it and all try it. F...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

* Sportscope + by Laz The second semester sports program includes a variety of new sports due to the efforts of Coach Goodwin. The moans and groans coming from the gym these past weeks are the results of the newly formed wrestling team. The owners of the sore muscles are Norm Thomas, 123 lbs., Fred Monaco, 130 lbs., Chuck Simons, 137 lbs., Nick Smolokov, 147 lbs., Tom Zelinski, 157 lbs., Bob Verbanic, 167 lbs., Bill Roberge, 177 lbs., and Jim Turner, heavy weight. Five intramural basketball teams have been organized. The teams consist of: Dorm 1: Wes Carter, Chuck. Simons, George Place, Marsh Fisk, Gerry Sedney, George Brecosky, and Sid Wallace; Stull Hall: Ron Raymond, Fred Monaco, Dave Lord, John Beatty, Bill Novotny, Bob Pawlak, and Frank Hursen; Dorm 2: Ed Muirhead, Bob Loesch, Dave Miller, Jim Stewart; Team 4: Frank Rote, Walt Findley, Dick Culver, Bud Seiffert, Bert Hackenberg, Mike Nagel; DDT: Bob Pius, Bob Jones, Bob Yount, John Kirkpatrick, Bob O'Conner, Dick Covatto, "To...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

STRIKES • • • AND • • o SPARES By Gerry Sedney The Behrend Bowlers have struck again! Their latest victim, the Edinboro State Teachers' bowling team went down in defeat twice. In the first match it was Dick Covatto who was hitting the pins for the highest of the series. Not having enough, Edinboro tried again. This time Bob Pius calmed them down with his competent bowling. However, our alleys have been very slow during the last few weeks. Either studies are piling up or participants are losing their zest for the game. With the facilities available there is no reson for decline in the bowling program. Better participation would provide for more interesting bowling activities. Up to date the team standings are as follows: 1. 1st Year DJD.T. 2. E. Tech. 3. 2nd Year D.D.T. 4. Edie's Choppers

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Jack Frost Donut Shop With Drive-In Window 2119 Buffalo Road Erie, Pa. Phone 46886 Schaffner's ESSO STATION TOWING Phone 8-3681 - 24 Hr. Servic. WESLEYVILLE, PA. VILLAGE CUT-RATE Cosmetics - Soda Fountain Baby Needs - Sick Room Supplies PHONE 4-9286 2912 Buffalo Rd. Wesleyville, Pa. SIMON HARDWARE DuPont Paints - Tools Housewares - Sporting Goods Gifts Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Phone 8-5821, 3014 Buffalo Rd. WESLEYVILLE, PA. . Forty's Cleaners 2914 Buffalo Rd. WESLEYVILLE, PA. G. V. THOMAS JEWELER Wesleyville, Pa. Established 1919 N. Y. C. RR Watch _Inspection Erie Insurance Exchange The Pioneer la The Insurance World Benjamin Electric PHONE 8-2203 Electrical _Servicing CONTRACTORS PHONE 8-2203 3207 Buffalo Rd. Wesleyville, Pa. Howard Roth WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER 3206 Buffalo Road Wesleyville, Pa. MARTIN'S Atlantic Service Gas - Oil - Lubrication Washing - Accessories BROOKSIDE, PA. BALLJENGER'S 5 6-10c Wesleyville, Pa-Compliments of Plubell Hardware Company Buffalo and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

BERNIE RUSIEW1CZ"Contagion" Hits Dorm By EcUe Tinsman Perhaps, as you have walked through the cafeteria during recent weeks, you were aware of a strange odor — that of airplane cement—emitting from the upstairs rooms. We of the Nittary Cub feel that you are due for an explanation of this phenomena. With the coming of the spring semester, a new boy moved into the dorm. This good-looking young man, who had spent the fall in Wesleyville, did not come emptyhanded — he brought with him a hobby which swept the dorm with the rapidity of measles. Bernie Rusiewicz is this mechanical engineering major from Natrona, Pa., and model airplanes are his hobby. The spreader of this curious "virus" said that he spent quite a bit of his time building planes until about three years ago when he gave up the hobby for other activities. He admits that he even once attempted a helicopter model, and when a test flight proved unsuccessful, he turned to building model racers. While staying in Wesleyv...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

+ Dorm Devilry + by The Phantoms The phantoms strike again! Is it true that the reason for Sara Lewis wearing black stockings is that she has a wooden leg? George Brecosky thinks so. How come Harvey Bain is becoming an outcast at all social functions? What's the big attraction on Western Lane at 3:00 o'clock in the morning, Dave B.? George Burke wants to know—Is Ed Roberts really a pygmy? PLASH: Have found out what freshman girl Marsh returns to after every weekend. To find out, ask the Phantom. Why is Prank going out with a high school girl? Won't the Behrend girls date him?—Will Sid receive his degree in DJ_5.T. or model airplanes? Why does Ed M. thumb to Pittsburgh as often as he can—What made Jerry take on his new job as bowling alley manager? Carol? — Has Bernie ever built an airplane that has gotten off the ground?—Is Jim B. trying Chuck S.'s plan for losing seven pounds a day?—Does Chuck B. give the shirt off his back to every girl who asks him? Has. Wes been making all t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Around the Campus (Continued from Page 2) kneesie at lunch .... Funniest darn thing—Mr. BALMEB almost exploded while shaking a test tube full of H2O2 & _phenoTHELIN . . . . Florida bound for the Easter vacation are LEA MOSES & George with RUTHE3 & Walt . . . What they are saying—Doris Miesel on crew neck, sweaters "These things sure give you a shape." .. . Ron Raymond on love—"I am adverse to all girls." . . . DR. SMITH on practical homemaking—"The best way to keep milk from turning sour is to keep it in the cow." . . . HERM HANNAH — "Ten out of ten and I still haven't bought a Poly Sci. book." ... Interesting results of last assembly—Dorm council profit $140.00; loss from cigaret machines $140.00 . . . DICK CULVER is "going steady" with a Warren lass . . . Seems that nurses are the latest fad on campus. ED ROBERTS is in love!! . . LITTLE LAZ is up with the Big 'uns now—celebrated her 19th birthday recently . . . Old familiar face seen in the cafeteria ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Office News Irvin H. Kochel, administrative head of Behrend Center, will attend a conference on higher education at Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pa., on March 28-30. Some two-hundred deans and administrative heads will hear addresses 'by speakers from Harvard, Yale, etc. Mr. Kochel has also been elected chairman of the National Education Extension Association, Middle Atlantic Region_,and will attend a planning session on March 26 and 27. Classes for our office staff were not cancelled because of snow, and the girls turned in a perfect attendance record. Mrs. Kelley of the kitchen staff had to spend one night on campus, and slept well until things grew quiet in the dorm. Our district representative, William Mosso, recently spent a week on the main campus attending a District Representatives' Orientation program. LEVINE'S AUTO SUPPLY 3340 Buffalo Road Wesleyvilie, Pa. AUTO SUPPLIES & ACCESSORIES Meadow Brook Dairy ICE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 2365 Buffalo Road Pho...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Tech Talks by Dave Thelin Prof. Pattersons' math classes are going full-blast. If you would like to know the area of a hexahooptagon, just ask any of his students and they will be glad to furnish you with the formula.. Progress is being made in the Behrend Center Engineers Club. Spring projects are to be discussed at the next meeting. Bob Taylor and Bob Hilgendorf have mastered the morse code. - In the Physics Department, the students of Prof. G. Baker are working on the derivation of time from the solar system. A new A. C. alternator has been added to the E. E. lab. It is reported that Prof. R. Baker produced 2700 volts from a 5 volt filament transformer. Isn't science wonderful! Jim Rasmussen, an aeronautical man, said that a great variety of model airplanes have been built in the dorm, and that Mrs. Ring now has all the balsa wood that she will need for many years to come We have had more weather this year than ever before.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 14 March 1958

Plans Begun For Speech Confesi The Center Speech League will hold its annual contest on April 11 and 12 this year. Under the direction of Nyla Ealkenhagen, instructor of speech, three students will be selected to go to Altoona, where representatives of all the centers will meet for the contest. Speeches of entertainment, information, and persuasion will be given.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 25 April 1958

"The Happiest Years" Premiers April 30 "The Happiest Years, " under the direction of Dean Lane is to be presented in arena style. It will take place in Erie Hall Tuesday, April 30, and Wednesday, May 1, at 8 p.m. The price per ticket will be 75c per person. Richard Johnson, a veteran, played by Bob Scotfc, is back at college on the G. I. Bill, studying to be a Biology professor. He and Martha, his young wife, played by Sandy David, live with her family causing the house to be crowded. Over the week-end, Richard must get in a laboratory report and study for an important exam. The pressure of work makes him appear to be neglecting his ¦ wife. Clara Graves, played by Evelyn Bemhard, his well-meaning mother-in-law, who wants things to go right, decides that he is more interested in Joan Miller as played by Edith Tinsman. • Joan, with whom Richard must study, is" 26, a brilliant student, poised and striking looking. Clara sets out to save her daughter 's marriage. Martha begin...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 25 April 1958

Plans for $750,000 And Sfudenf Union Being Cited At a recent assembly, Iryin H, Kochel, administrative head, spoke to the student body about the future of Behrend Center and how it will be affected by Otto Behrenci's generous endowment. Z'v. Kochel pointed out that statistics show that within 10 years Behrend Center is expected to have attained an enrollment of approximately 1000 students; and it is the duty of the administration to plan accordingly. At present a new water system is being installed which is expected to be adequate for the next five or six years. The administration is now planning a new sewage system which will serve an 2nrollment of approximately 1500 students. Future plans, for the buildings on campus include moving the present library building down to the picnic grove which will be used by the students as a cabin for parties and picnics. A new library building is planned which will replace the oldi library which, has already outgrown its facilities. In additio...

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