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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

Sports Dept. PALACE HARDWARE HOUSE 913-915 State Street " ERIE, PA.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

William W_. Hill Writes On the Marshall Plan "A Kuropean committee will continually supervise the program and report to .the United States on the $22,400,000,000 needed, $19,-300,000,000 directly from the Americas. By the end of 1951 the plans goal calls for the following: Food—To be restored to prewar level, with the output of potatoes, sugar, fats and oils to be above prewar. - Coal—Production to be raised to 584,000,000 tons a year or one third above present levels and 30,-000,000 tons above prewar. Electricity — Output to be in creased to a level 66% above pre¬ war. Oil—Refining capacity to be increased two and one half times. Steel—Production to be raised to 55,000,000 ton for the cooperating nations, or 20% above prewar. This is an increase of 80% over the present. Labor—The labor shortage will persist, except in Italy. With suitable training, bousing, compensation, and freedom to migrate, the Italian man-power surplus can eventually fill the deficits of the rest of Eu...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1949

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

BEHREND CAMPUS BEAUTY QUEEN IS CHOSEN Judges Name Rose Larsen For Honor Miss College Freshman has at last come into her own: Now comes a national beauty and talent search to find (the "Miss America" of the nation's campuses! As part of the -world premier program for its forthcoming Technicolor comedy. "Mother Is A Freshman,'' Twentieth Century-Fox is offering $100 in cash to the Pennsylvania State College freshman girl whose 'beauty and talent qualify her for the title, "Miss All-American College Freshman." Erie Behrend Center, a branch of State College, has been appointed by the school as one of tftie extensions qualified to select a freshman miss. Rose Larsen reigns as the Fresh man Beauty Queen of Behrend Center. The vivacious blonde Erieite was unanimously . named from s group of six of Behrend's loveliest co-eds at a Sunday afternoon _+ea held in the school library. The six contestants; Marilyn Garden, Garol McKrell, Judy Norton, Betty Lou Volk, and Alene Benton, were s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

W. S. Smith, State Professor, Lectures Behrend Students On February 15, at 4:45 in the Recreation Hall, a talk was given by Dr. William M. Smith, Associ ate Professor of Family Relations of Penn State. The subject of the lecture was "Are You Prepared for Marriage?" Dr. Smith was introduced to the student body by Georganne Fisher, acting chairman of the Girls Forum Group, who gave us a brief resume of his background. She stated fihat Dr. Smith, who does mostly research work in this field, g raduated from Cornell University where he wrote a thesis on "Problems of Young Married Couples." At Penn State, Dr. Smith teaches a "shot gun" course in the evening which has 90 students enroUe'd and carries one credit. He- also teaches a three credit course in family relations with 150 enrolled. The. lecture proved most interesting and no doubt gave us all a few pointers on marriage such as the good and bad side of "old shoes." Dr. Smith talked for approximately one hour, after which time...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

Council Members Elected; Yearbook Is Voted Down On Thursday, February 17, the Student Council held, an election of students of the various curricula to the student council Those selected from the different fields were Bob Gourley, Mineral Industries and Physical Education; Bob Kuoll, Engineering; and Chas. Amend, Chemistry and Physics Wes Pfirman from engineering is the newly elected treasurer. After the election the council held a short business meeting and decided to start building the library by sending, letters to Alumni and asking for gifts. They ' also decided that instead of having a yearbook, because it was now too late, to have the last edition of the newspaper be rather large end let that take the place of one. PENN STATE PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXPERTS VISIT CAMPUS Mr. A. F. Davis, Head of Health Education on the Pennsylvania State Campus, and Mr. C. W. Stoddard, Director of Extensions for Physical Education, paid a visit to the Behrend Center campus last week. Their p...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

_Horean's Speech Clinic Instituted At Behrend Ey Georganne Fisher The new Speech and Hearing Clinic of the Behrend Center is under the direction of Mr. William -Horean, our last semester speech instructor. It is a Behrend Center organization and operates under the Speech and Hearing Clinic of the Pennsylvania State College, just as all other center departments operate. Bight now the clinic is working in collaboration with the State Vocational Rehabilitation Bureau. The new clinic is located in what ased to be the back lounge and operates on every Monday, Tuesdav, Friday, and Saturday for one half day. Enrolled in the clinic are two clients of the State Vocational Rehabilitation Bureau and one veteran under Public Law Sixteen. The program consists of one half hour of individual training, one period of mental hygiene, and one period of speech improvment, given in group form. Then the trainees have one supervised study hour where they practice what they iiave learned. Several o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

Gottlund Speaker For Church Banquet On Feb. 16, at The Father and Son's Banquet, held in tihe Church Of The Covenant in Erie, Mr. Platon Gottlund, instructor of m»fchematics at the Behrend .Center, was '"sheduled to address the group concerning skiing at Behrend. But because the weather has not been favorable for skiing, lie told the purpose and function of tiie Ceniter. In his address, Mr. Gobtlund explained tihat at the present time the Center was set up to accomodate Penn State Freshmen, with an enrollment of approximately one hundred and fifty students. The purpose of the Ceniter is to prepare the students for a higher degree 'of proficiency_, yet not on a professional level, to offer graduate work for ¦ which fhere is a need, and to aid local groups in forums and workshops. The aim of the Center is ¦ to be of general service to Erie and its surrounding communities

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

SNOW !!! Followers of the flashing pines and. flying; snow have much cause for rejoicing these past few days since old man weather finally came across last Sunday and Monday - with upwards of 6 inches of snow. Behrend skiiers lost little ¦ time in taking advantage of the long awaited downfall as ' ski-suits emerged from moth balls and dusty hickorys were hurriedly polished. Loud "huzzas" echoed down the ski run and even attracted the attention of tine Erie Dispatch Herald, which recorded the festivities with a series of fine pictures in the Tuesday edition. Weather-wise Erieites however, are ' -holding itheir breath, for next week or even sooner may bring blooming daffodils and flying golf balls.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

The six Behrend lovelies who reached the local finals in the 20 th Century-Fox beauty contest to select "Miss College Freshman of 1949." They are frcm left to right: Betty Lou Volk, McKeesport, Pa., Marilyn Garden, Clairton, Pa., Rose Larsen, the winner from Erie, Pa., Judj* Norton, Lorain, Ohio, Allene Benton, Erie, Pa., Carol McKrell, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

Remarks from the Dorm girls: "Who wants to get in a game of strip poker?" «t a m Dunk Zimmerman's compliments er. Tossing a coin from the car, he missed the cup and the coin rolled onto the curb. Without a mo. ment's hesitation_, the blind man ran toward the curb, scooped up the dime and started on his merry way. Young man: "Pardon me, sir, but didn't I see you pick up that coin and place it in the cup?" Blind man: "Wry, yes, sir." Young man: "Well! Your sign indicates that you are blind!" Blind man: "Oh, no, sir. This isn't my steady job. I'm just filling in for the regular man. He took the afternoon off to see s. movie." on a new suit: "Too bad they didn't have it in your size," and "I'll bet it looked good on your father," and "It'll sure look good when the style comes back in five years." Moral: Don't be caught dead in a new suit when Dunk is near. * * * Seems there was a ' gentleman who wanted to buy a horse and so visited the local horse farm whereupon he was shown a lik...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

SCHOOL ROAD IN POOR SHAM Attention has been drawn to the Cub staff of a _problem pertinent to practically all Behrend students; this is the condition of the road from the highway to the parking lot. The road, needless to say, is now in bad condition, conv plete with ruts, holes, bumps, ditches, etc. but bear in mind spring has not yet come with its thawingraining and gener-:1 _softening up of an already extremely soft road. This condition is not only terrificly hard on vehicles /hich pound over it day after daybut it is no fun to wall? _hrcugh cither! Any student who does much bus riding will ouch for that! A third and possibly even more damaging actor of the road is a psychological one. It presents a ver_^ iQcr first impression to visitors and guests of our center _tq lave to drive that obrtr.de course to get to the buildings! Several diligent attempts have been made by our custo_* Hal staff to grade and fill in high and low spots in the road ¦ .nd worked out fine for a certa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

EXTRA CLASSES - PRO AND CON Much is said for and against extra classes. As a general rule these classes are the result' of the instructor's patient interest, and the forfeiting of his own time. They are supposed to be for the benefit of those students who are balanced precariously between a passing grade and a "bar-one, 7 ' We, the studentsare always eager to improve our grades This has been illustrated by the voluminous attendance at such extra classes as Chemistry, Mathematics and some of the other fast-moving courses, which are typical of the "solid" material thrown at us upon College entrance. But, these classes are specifically for the benefit of those students who are endangered by a failing grade. These classes are specifically intended to prevent boring brighter students with review of basic fundamentals during regular class periods. These classes are specifically voluntary and attendance at such classes is not necessary. - • When any instructor, or instructors infer t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

Personality Qf Week By Dunk Zimmerman This week's honored personality is the pride of "Alcohol •Gulch", Joan Baudino. "Ginger," as all good "Gulchers" know her resides at 5206 Gerry Drive in suburban Pittsburgh with her congenial family and lovable mutt, "Bonnie." Joan is enrolled in the school of Liberal Arts and entered Behrend with last fall's class. She hopes to attend State next September but plans from there are still uncertain. "Papa" Baudino, who is manager of K. D. K. A. in Pittsburgh has hopes of seeing Joan graduate from Penn State some day but as Joan says, "Who knows?" Before coming to Behrend, Joan attended several schools through¬ out the East inasmuch as her family moved about considerably between Boston, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. She graduated however, from Baldwin Township High School in June with the class of '48. While in school, Joan was an ardent football fan and followed the Baldwins team's blazing trail faithfully. By some horrible twist of fate, ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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