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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

THE NITTANY CUB Established October 23, 1G48, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State University, Behrend Campus, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pennsylvania Editor-in-chief _ .. . _ . Gay Kinsinger Business Manager Phil Sterner Assistant Editors _ Donna Waskiewicz, Jeanne Chambers Feature Editors ... Jeanne Sieber, Linda Roth Sports Editor Ron Raymond Flioto Consultant Norman Patterson Staff Writers __. .. .._ Jan Maclver, Betsy Gardner, Jackie Liptock, Diane Baldwin, Al Chikosky, Laura Rovegno, Jill Fritz, Lorraine Prokopowicz, Tom Hadley and Jim Pendleton.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Behrendites Play Robin Hood [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

Behrendites Play Robin Hood Chuck Blass gives it the Robin Hood pose as he goes into action in a sport that seems to be rapidly catching the fancy of a number of Behrend students: hunting game with bow and arrow. By Diane Baldwin As the smoky autumn haze drifts over the vividly colored woods, such as those on our own Behrend Campus with its scenic 480 acres of woods and trails, hunters throughout the nation take down their weapons and prepare to bag their Sunday dinner. Among these sportsmen are those, who, following the practices of their ancestors, hunt not with guns, but bows and arrows. Their quarry is usually the deer, and sometimes small game, which is more difficult to hit. Two Behrend students who especially enjoy this outdoor pastime are Chuck Blass, liberal artist from Erie, and Jim Cameron, drafting technology major from Warren, Pa. Stalking their prey, rather than still-hunting, archers like Chuck and Jim carry bows of at least forty pounds and arrows with spec...

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

• SPORTSCOPE • The 200 bowling barrier has been broken! Fred Faulk rolled a 206 game, but his record didn't stand long. Frank Olsofka came along with a 214 only to be topped by John Morse's 244. A good ping-pong paddle is hard to find. Mr Goodwin will soon be selling paddles worth 55c for only a quarter". Boys interested in playing intramural dodge-bounce volleyball should see the Coach. The games will be played about 6:15. Best of luck to the basketball team in the season now underway. Let's see some student support at the games. The bowling season is rolling along well, with a lot of excitement in the matches. High women bowlers are Mrs. Goodwin and Dolores Da vies with 118 averages.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

WESLEYVILLE Garden Center 2806 Buffalo Rd., Wesleyyille Greenhouse - Florist Landscape Service Phone 83-901 BALLENGER'S 5c to $1.00 Store Weeleyvill*, Pa.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

"COKt" H A REGISTERED TRADE-MARK. COPYRIGHT© 1958 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY. HBHBn ^K^O Elementary.,, my dear Watson! From the happy look J&SiJl^SgS&L on your physiog, from the cheerful lift ^HE^uuIh^. you seem to be enjoying, I deduce wBlpltSilPlli you are imbibing Coca-Cola. No mystery YijUllFM^m about why Coke is the world's favorite \ssgJ8m^MJ>J$g . . . such taste, such sparkle! Yes, my ^^HHKlPlr favorite case is always a case of Coke! ^HBili^ SIGN OF GOOD TASTE Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company bv IRII 'XJCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

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*uehrend Terra Firma [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

*uehrend Terra Firma By the "Groupe" Down with the "Organization;" long live the "Groupe!" Vince Cresciman and Dave Orchard recently seen playing an interesting ping-pong game on two tables . . . Congratulations to George Hall and Gay Kinsinger for placing high on the Dean's list . . . Why didn't Clyde go to Jill Fritz's party? . . . Have you heard that Linda Dickey went out with Harry Belafonte? (in her dreams, of course) . . . Jerry Knickerbocker and Vince Cresciman heard discussing the merits of Julie London and Beethoven . . . Laura Rovegno has been named "Lady Godiva" of the dorm . . . Bill Curtis has been charming his English 3 class with his "thoughts for the day" . . . Egor has a new back-scratcher- Linda Roth . . . The boys at the pool-table have the pleasure of viewing the girls in their lovely (?) new gym suits as they dash upstairs . . . Frank Hursen, in a fit of loyalty, had the words "Stull Hall" tattooed across his chest . . . Has everybody signed the petition...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

"Have a happy Thanksgiving, analyt class . . . Oh, by the way . . . there will be a test the day you get back." C4MFU* COAftD?

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

sss KALLENBACH ' Florists 3211 Asbury Road Phone 31-179 PINE AVENUE HARDWARE - Minnesota Paints - Open Sun.. 10 'til 1 Evenings 'till 8 Phone 53-613 3304 Pine Avenue - Erie, Pa. Benjamin Electric PHONE 83-128 Electrical Contractors TV & Radio Service 3207 Buffalo Rd. WetleyvilU, Pa. G. V. THOMAS JEWELER WesleyvUia, Pa. Established 1919 N. Y. C. RR Watch Inspection For Quality That Lasts! ALWAYS iHOP Trasks 8th and State Catrabone's VARIETY - HOBBY SHOP 2907 Buffalo Rd. 2917 Buffalo Rd. Wesleyville - Phone 49-S63 VILLAGE CUT-RATE Cosmetics - Soda Fountain Baby Needs - Sick Room Supplies PHONE 4-9286 2912 Buffalo Rd. Wesleyville, Pa. Sedelmeyer SERVICE CENTER ESSO Products State Inspection 3019 Buffalo Rd. Wesleyville, Pa. John Grode Florists "Flowers for All Occasions" 4650 West Ridge Road PHONE 34-506 Complimentst of Ripley Real Estate 3306 Buffalo Road Wesleyville, Pa.

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Snipe [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

Snipe ( Continued from Page 2) dressed according to the instructions given me: hip boots (since snipes have been known to live in swamps), woolen clothing (nights get pretty cold in New York state), blackened face and hands (camouflage), and a large burlap bag (used to trap our prey). It takes two to catch snipes, one to go into the woods and one to hold the bag. Being new to the sport, I was allowed the privilege of holding the bag. The thrill was almost too much for me; imagine the veteran hunter letting me in on all of his knowhow! I was the most co-operative of pupils, anxious to trap a snipe, which I planned to have mounted and hung m my room. My guide took me into a truly desolate place and instructed me to stand very still, holding open the burlap bag, and make a howling noise. Meanwhile, my guide would scare up some of the wily little animals. After standing about two hours, I began to understand the scarcity of snipe hunters; not many have the perseverance necessary...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 November 1958

Forty's Cleaners — TUXEDOS FOR RENT — 2914 Buffalo Rd. WESLEYVILLE, PA. MARTIN'S Atlantic Service Gas - Oil - Lubrication Washing - Accessories BROOKSIDE, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Robert Baker Behrend Thespians Awarded Fellowship Begin Rehearsals The National Science Foundation has distinguished Mr. Robert Baker by awarding him a Science Faculty Fellowship. Mr. Baker Professor of Engineering, received notification recently. This industrious member of oui faculty plans to study advanced electronics beginning in the Fall semester '59 at Cornell University, where he received his B.S. in electrical engineering in 1947. A master's degree in engineering will reward three semesters' toil. The purpose of these fellowships, three hundred of which are awarded throughout the IT. S. annually, is the encouragement' of science and engineering teachers to enhance their abilities. Instruct tingr at a college level for three years and a desire to continue fcheir education head the qualifications for applicants. The fellowship covers the cost of books, tuition, and present salary. Mr. Baker considers his fellowship a mere interruption of his five years' work at Behrend...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Mardi Gras Carnival Proves Success Dancing, Prizes Highlight Event music for dancing was provided by the Eldorados. The dancing area (See Page 4) Under the direction of Mr Balmer, Mr. Good-win, and Mr. Vigorito, the annual Mardi _Gras again proved to be one of the gayest events of the year. Multi-colored streamers anc gaudily-decorated booths convertthe gym into a "bit of New Orleans." All types of entertainment anc fun were offered, as the booths ranged from fortune-telling tc basketball tossing. Two booths which were extremely populai were the '-penny-pitch", with Don Juan Sosnowski gleefully raking in the profits, and the "ring-toss' ; booth. Here, males stood in hordes waiting to make an attempt to toss a ring over their favorite co-ed's toe. Zorro, Fidel Castro, and a headhunter were spotted among the costumed crowd which thronged the delightful variety of stands. Pen and pencil sets, pocket knives, and adorable stuffed animals were a few of the prizes jiven to those ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

DISCUSSION GROUP OPEN TO PUBLIC For interested students with spare time, Behrend Campus is announcing a "Morning Discussion Group on American Foreign Policy," to be held in the Erie Public Library Tuesday mornings from 9:30 to 11:30. An organizational meeting will crystalize the program this week, and the opening date will be announced shortly. There is a charge for this program which will deal with such topics as The United States and the Far East, The United States and Soviet Russia, and so on. Background material from foreign ministers, secretaries of state, atomic scientists, journalists, and senators, is to be used to stimulate discussions. Further information about these groups can be had by contacting Mrs. Allen Burns in .her office in the guidance counselling building Ibelow Turnbull Hall.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Four Behrendifes Achieve Top Averages Congratulations to those students who attained an average oi 3.5 or better during the fall semester and earned their place on the Dean's List. Special recognition should be afforded to Ruth Angelotti, Patricia Hagen, and Lorraine Prokopowicz who attained the fabulous average Qf 4.00. Mrs. Grace Davies, a special student, also had a ~ perfect record. Others on the list include George Hall, Marjorie Krebs, Rebecca Schenck, Donald Tanner, Gay Kinsinger, Thomas Thompson, Linda Steiner, Dennis Sterrett, Nancy' Mandel, Gail Anderson, Linda Dickey, John Patalon, Timothy McAuliffe, John Reed, and Gilbert Nielsen. _^ Credit should also be given to students whose grades average 3.00 to 3.50. The Honor Roll of last semester included Charles Simons, Lee Tripp, John Haupt, _Micbg. el (_Continue _^ Jfage 4) Mardi Gras Carnival (Continued from Page 1) was enclosed by a while picket fence and lit by Japanese lanterns, which enhanced the holiday at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Elections Tomorrow Tomorrow during Common Hour, the campus politicians will once again be in the limelight. Banners, colorful posters, and faithful promises will be the order of the day as each candidate for Student Council hopefully pleads his cause. The president and ricepresident of last semester's council, Ron Raymond and Janice Mac-Iver, have both departed for State College, but a strong nucleus of former members is reported to be seeking re-election. With new candidates challenging the veterans, this semester's council should be one of the best ever.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Campus Cuties Captivate Crowd Did anyone see these pretty sirens at the Mardi Gras? Oh well, maybe I couldn't find that booth. Anyhow, left to right, Grace Rowland, Pat Hagan, Jeanne Chambers, Becky Schenck, and Barb Smajda, made excellent publicity models for the gala function.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Behrend Miss In Spotlight By LaVern Tingley Meet Pat Wachtel! A versatile and vivacious co-ed who has already attracted a good deal of attention here at Behrend, Pat will soon be appearing in our spring play. She will play .the. p. art of "Fuffy" , a. thirteen-year-old, and everyone agrees that she will certainly do her part to make a fine production. She is usually seen around the campus in Bermuda shorts and wearing a friendly, however mischievous, smile almost continuous¬ Pat Wachtel ly. Her driving interests at the present, time are ice skating and jitterbugging. Formerly of Philadelphia, where she graduated from North East High School, Pat now lives in Pittsburgh. She is enrolled in secondary education, but she is undecided as to what she will major in. She has an underlying ambition to act and is considering going to a dramatics school some time in the future. ""' While in high school, Pat led a very versatile life. As well as being an active member of the Dramati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Splish, Splash, Off to Class The long-awaited spring- semester has finally arrived at Behrend Campus, according to the office. I really don't like to disagreebut it seems to me that if spring were here the sun could shine down on us directlyrather than having to push its _wajy through snow clouds. If it were really -spring, we'd see birdsgrass, flowers, and the leaves on the trees as we came up the driveway, in place of the dirty piles of slushy snow covered with ugly, orange sawdust. There would be a spring in our steprather than the leaden one we have from trying to walk down the giant steps of.the bridge. If it were really spring we'd hear the splashing and diving sounds coming from the pool. The only sounds we hear now .are the snow plows running up and down the driveway, and the chains on the cars clinking rhythmically to "We're Having A Heatwave," as they try (and often fail) to make it up Gospel Hill. All this is beside the point, and does nothing towards changing the n...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 February 1959

Co-Ed of the Hour by Jill Nardi Jeanne, Garrett, a miss •with a ready smile and a warm "Hello". is our co-ed of the hour. Jeanne hails from Russell, Pa., where she was editor of the high school newspaper, "The Northern Light." Although there was no National Honor Society established at Eisenhower High, she repeatedly gained recognition on the Honor Roll. On campus, Jeanne is a business administration student and an able president of the Dorm Council. Jeanne confesses a "special" in¬ terest in the Navy, and, when not studying, spends the majority of time left corresponding with a certain shipmate. Our pert co-ed lists swimming and bowling as her favorite sports, and as a member of last semest- Jeanne Garrett er's bowling league ended -with an average of 110. Jeanne's "A" personality and leadership ability are noted assets to the Behrend Campus.

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