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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 25 April 1958

Fore!! Ning! plunfc—Joshu Ramuloni, B.M.O.C., dropped in his fourth hole-in-one for the morning, sighed for three whole seconds, and then nonchaiancly hopped on one foot to wards the club house. His three female caddies _quiCKiy scurried to pick up his silver-stripped ball from the cup a no. his scattered diamond-chip-PcCj ciubs from the tee. Constance, •.he brown-haired, blue-eyed daring gazed hungrily as Ramuloni _roomed away in. his ice-cream wagon. But what could she, poor gitl caddy, working her way through college, have or even hope that the great Joshu would notice her? Shy, sweet, demure Constance, suddenly she hit upon a right jolly idea! Constance carefully folded the convertible clubs, stacked them into her totebag, and smiling slyly tip-toed off the course. " WOULD YOU WOOD IT? OR 26 MILES ACROSS THE POOL OR IS THIS YOUR GOLF BALL LADY? A LOVE STORY By DAVID On the campus, Constance never came in contact with the shortshorts world of Joshu Ramuloni, But on this par...

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

Around ihe Campus Con't from Page 2 Riggs is "tweed" . . . Frank Osofka and Dick Riggs • turned down an invitation to spend Easter vacation in New York City . . . Someone mention sore feet? Jan, Doris and Bobbie walked to school (eight whole miles) and challenge anyone to break their record . - . John Beatty's weekly schedule consists of playing golf, attending three dances and) two parties at Hamot . . . Stull Hall has graciously offered to house several of the more attractive female members from the Penn State Chorus when they visit B. C. . . . Bill _Arres gives piano recitals in Erie I.:-_?. I c:.c-Z. i\ ' ._^. :i . .-u _Rolling Rock ba.-.s become a lavorite of J&oi-,. Randinelli! . . . Tech peculiarities: Dave- Fitch is reading up on reincarnation; hoping for something better next time, Dave? Jim Swarm is reading the Communist Manifesto . . . Newest babysitter in the library is Herm Hannah . . . Tom Mallory, why are you breaking so many feminine hearts? Congrats ...

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

Tech Talks By Dave Thelin A _switching and synchronizing panel is being installed in the E. E. lab. This circuitry is to be used in conjunction with the new alternator, installed last month. The unit will provide added threephase facilities for experiments and demonstrations. Just because Prof. Bair isn't wearing his glasses these days is no reason for his students to consider cutting corners. He is one of the few possessors of contact lenses in the country. Being _^e 1 pleased with the lenses, he has given much interesting information about them to his classes. Student participation in the forthcoming Science Exhibition, to be held May 4th in Erie Hall, is strongly encouraged. Something must be done to prevent the E. E. lab generators from scaring Dr. Smith's white rats. Many future plans are in store for the expansion of our lab facilities. When work is completed' , the Biology Lab will be located in its new quarters on the second floor of Turnbull Hall. Presently existing...

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

Office Hews Spring seems to have brought with it the travel bug for oui office and administrative staff. Pretty, perky, Peggy Forbes, oui receptionist, traveled to Louisville, Kentucky; while Helen Adams jaunted, to Buffalo and the wide open spaces of our northern neighbor recently. To assist her in her travels, Mrs. Adams purchased a steel-gray, push-but ton, swept-wing Dodge, with a red interior. She certainly is a busy woman. Despite her wanderings, she has been elected vice-president of the Business and Professional Women's Club of Erie for 1958-59, and also elected as a delegate to then state convention on May 16-18. Flash! She has finally finished her knit suit!

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

_^^y_^_g_^^l_^i_^ . l LT_. _^^ _^-_^^^^ - ^—-_^ Dick Jamueski and Forrey Campbell discuss several of their problems with -H. W. Perkins, dean of men for Pennsylvania State University.

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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 25 April 1958

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 25 April 1958

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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CHRISTMAS SPIRIT ENTERS BEHREND BEHREND CAMPUS DECKED WITH GREENS AS YULETIDE FESTIVITIES APPROACH [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT ENTERS BEHREND BEHREND CAMPUS DECKED WITH GREENS AS YULETIDE FESTIVITIES APPROACH Behrend Campus' traditional "Hanging of the Greens" will take place this year mainly on Wednesday, Dec. 10, and will serve as usual as the kickoff for pre-holiday activities around the college grounds. The "Hanging of the Greens" Day normally typifies the opening of a sequence of Christmas spirit events, some formal, some informal. For instance, on this day and evening, members of the student body, led by the dorm coeds, usually dig the Christmas decorations out of the attic of the ad and quality upon the enthusiasm and interest of the students of that particular school year. ministration building and soon silver bells, holly, tinsel, stars and Santa Clauses, etc., are enlivening the dining room windows, the mantelpieces, the library alcoves, Erie and Turnbull Hall entrances, and so on, depending in number A serious event takes place Wednesday night when the entire stud...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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TV To Be Discussed [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

TV To Be Discussed On September 16th the United Press gave the news to the country that more American homes have television sets than have bathtubs. This may explain the number of advertisements for deodorants, but it still leaves a vast number of important questions unanswered. Do people spend so much time Continued Page Two

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

No, this isn't a group of touring Swiss yodelers, just the popular Behrend quartette out by the woodpile, oops, we mean "piling" up harmony in a practice session for their coming part in the Dec. 11 assembly program to promote subscriptions to the Yearbook. Left to right are Dave Thayer, Walt Parker, John Newton, and John Beatty.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Red China Topic Of Recent Assembly [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

Red China Topic Of Recent Assembly During the most recent Common Hour Assembly, Miss Lorraine Nowicki gave a talk on Red China. Miss Nowicki is at present attending classes at Wayne University. During the summer of 1957, she was one of 42 Americans to travel from Moscow to China. Her group visited Nanking, Shanghai, and Canton. They also saw the first Chinese auto factory in North China. Miss Nowicki stayed in Red China for 6 weeks. Her group had 30 days to return home, and upon their return, their passports were taken away from them. This very educational message provided a glimpse into the life and customs of Red China.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Government Funds Available To Students [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

Government Funds Available To Students Money, money, money—up to $5,000 grand prize. No contests to enter—no jingle to write. The only obligation is to be a student. The National Defense Education Act was signed on September 2, 1958. This bill provides for loans to full-time undergraduate students, for fellowships for persons doing graduate work, and for grants to school districts to improve their facilities and currieulums. Almost $700 million will be spent during the next three years. The purpose of the act is, in part, to provide a college education for persons who, because of financial reasons, are not now attending school. The Russians are educating more scientists, engineers, and teachers than we are, so this bill was enacted to help more Americans acquire these vital skills. Any student may borrow up to $1000 per year or a total of $5000 Those studying science, math, languages, or engineering will be given preference, but any student is eligible. The loans are based o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Yearbook Staff Plans Variety Program [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

Yearbook Staff Plans Variety Program On Dec. 11, during Common Hour, a variety show wil be sponsored by the Yearbook staff. The purpose of this presentation is to promote the sale of "Bits of Behrend," and to further this end, yearbooks will be sold at the door immediately following the assembly. Information concerning the contents of the program has not yet been revealed, although rumor has it that the Quartet will supply a portion of the entertainment. In view of this secrecy, this assembly should prove to supply an enjoyable hour of entertainment.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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<• Man of The Hour -/- [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

<• Man of The Hour -/- By Linda Roth One of the campus characters seen in the smoky depths of the lounge is known as "Egor". But few of his cohorts would connect their bridge playing classmate with his proper name, Bob Edwards. Bob has seen much of our country; Iowa, Missouri, Texas, and even Alaska. He was graduated from Henry Grady High School in Atlanta, Georgia, where he participated in an extensive R. O. T. C. program. Since coming to Behrend he has become an active member of the ping-pong, pool, and bridge "set". Bob is president of the Chess Club and is interested in joining the Dramatics Club. In his spare time "Egor" may be found employed as a "makeshift" disc jockey at the Millcreek Youth Center. Encouraged by his prominent companion, Mr. Michael Eccles, Bob has become one of the foremost comedians on campus; he has entertained at both the Pumpkin Prance and our first Common Hour Assembly. Enrolled in the Bob "Egor" Edwards Liberal Arts curriculum, Mr. Edwar...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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"Count Your Many Blessings [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

"Count Your Many Blessings For most of us, Thanksgiving means a vacation, a chance to escape from the grind of school life for four days, and probably, on the big day itself, to be seated around the traditional Thanksgiving table laden with golden-brown turkey, accompanied by all the trimmings. Certainly Thanksgiving does involve all this, but there is also the deeper, more meaningful aspect of evaluation. The Thanksgiving season should provide an excellent opportunity to observe and remember the small kindnesses, the unnoticed courtesies that are daily performed for you. For instance, if the escalloped potatoes in the cafeteria take on a hue deeper than golden brown, or if the same dish is served on two consecutive days, much groaning and complaining can be heard. But if, on the other hand, a particularly delicious meal has been prepared, no murmurs of criticism are audible, but neither are any words of praise forthcoming. The members of the faculty who undertake the directio...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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SNIPE FOUND TO BE A RARE ANIMAL [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

SNIPE FOUND TO BE A RARE ANIMAL By Becky Schenck The most plentiful animal on the American college campus is the snipe. When the difficulty of catching one of these evasive little monsters was explained to me, I too succumbed to the call of the wild. The following is an account of my initial encounter with this seldom-seen animal that walks, swims, flies, chirps, howls, and also bites; I have since become an expert in the field and have been promoted to the rank of 'first class sniper.' Now, the snipe is a nocturnal animal found in any terrain more than five miles from the nearest town, so be prepared to do some hiking, I was told. I was quite fortunate to have as my guide a college senior who had long experience in the pursuit of snipes. The hunt was to take place about nine-thirty at night on a nearby farm abounding in snipes. I came (Continued on Last Page)

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
If You Ask My Opinion... [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

If You Ask My Opinion... By Lorraine Prokopowicz Whom would you nominate as Behrend's representative in the first space ship to the moon? Why? Phil Sterner: "Charlie Brown, so that he can throw stones at the stars much easier." Neil Solero: "Frank Hursen. The trip might cool him down to my temperature." Pat Wachtel: "The thief who has been stealing from the girls in the dorm. Miss, we can't afford you anymore." Pat Hagan: "People who want Saturday classes." Walt Parker: "The Anti-organi zationalists (including Stull Hall), so they can sleep without fear of extermination!!!" Jim Stevens: "Phil Sterner because I want him to return the tennis balls he has put into orbit." Roger Anderson: "The 'Spook' (Al Chikosky ) because he reminds me of B.O. Sweatshirt." Elaine Gorman: "Bill Curtis, because he looks like a moonman." Eleanor Sauers: "Mr. Fryer, so that he would go down in history books as the first man to psychoanalyze the moon people." Paul Swanson: "The Organization, beca...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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