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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

With 71 Years of Service To Our Community Salutes Behrend Center Come in and See Us! State Street at 9th

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

The Quality Shop of Erie the Halle _Sros. ®> 116-124 West 10th Street PHONE 2-6451

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

.Compliments of Forty's Cleaners WesteyviHe, Pa.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Constitution Continued from Page 1 students who have paid their activity fees shall be elegible for membership. a. providing such student does not hold other office. b. providing such student maintains a grade average of I. Section H. There shall be nine students composing the Student Council. a. representation shall be aportioned according to the population of the college and the curriculum. b. when any one curriculum lias insufficient membership to be granted representation, said_, curriculum may combine another school of low enrollment c. insufficient membership may 'be defined as ten or less students. _Section m. In,the event that no _woiileb: "Be" elected to the council, one woman elected at large, shall sit in at the Council in a nonvoting advisory council. Section XV. Vacanies occuring in the council for any reason will be filled by a vote of the council within two weeks after such vacancy occurs. The person selected shall be from the school in which the vacancy of re...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Botanists Visit Clymer, N. Y., Bog Mr. Arthur Shields' Botany class took its first field trip of the school year last week when it paid a visit to the well known Clymer Bog, situated near Clymer, New York. Two cars of students accompanied their instructor as the class got its first look at the ancient little leke that is almost entirely covered with a_. great variety of vegetation and other sundry growths. Probably one of the most outstanding growths in the bog was the fairly rare pitcher plant which' grows in abundance around, .and in the swampy area itself. Along with it the students .found a good amount of sundew, another .of the insectivorous plants. Cranberries also were discovered in profusion, but Mr. Shields is hot too sure these were enjoyed by all. . - "One of the outstanding features of the bog," stated Mr. Shields, "is the fact that small pine trees are growing right on top of the water's surface along: with other growth varieties." Everytime the group jumped up an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Dedication Continued from Page 1 The public. will have a chance to see how. this building has been converted to fit the College's needs, the pine-paneled living room becoming a, library, the other firstfloor rooms serving as offices, dispensary, cafeteria and' dining space, with the upstairs containing mainly the women's dormitories and several faculty apartments. With the collegiate changes, the entire property now includes the main house, a stone and frame structure containing sixteen rooms and six baths, a large combination laboratory and faculty apartment building, the. spacious classroom buildings,, swimming pool and recreation hall, and several smaller buildings, along, with a. basketball court and other facilities. Before and after the dedication, the beautiful sprawling wooded estate, which is ideally suited to a college campus, will be open to those who wish to stroll around the grounds'. The staff of the Nittany Oufo would appreciate any comments or criticism" ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Compliments of Erie YMCA lOtfr and Peach Sis. ERIE. PA.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Late Saturday afternoon a large group gathered here at the college to hear and see the impressive dedication ceremonies. Mr. Edwin Nick, president of the Erie Advisory Board, was in charge of the program with the opening address being given by Judge William E. Hirt. Judge Hirt expressed the hope that some-day the present Behrend Center of The Pennsylvania State College might be known as the Behrend College of The University of Pennsylvania. He also stated that he believed, "Penn State had outgrown its swaddling clothes". Also mentioned was the fact that there are 9000 students on the main campus with another 4000 students at the different centers. Judge Hirt continued, saying "I know that I speak for the community in telling of her affection and admiration we all hold for Mrs. Behrend. Her gift will pay ever increasing dividends far beyond the value of the property. Mr. Behrend was not merely a maker of paper, but he also was a creator of men. He realized that in no other .country...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

STUDENT "STATER'S STRUT" SCORES SUCCESS Faculty and Students Mix The first Hallowe'n celebration at Behrend ¦ Center -was the "Staters' Strut," a barn dance. Although the actual party was Saturday night, the fun started the night before. Early Friday evening a crew of ambitious students and .instructors gathered in the student lounge to decorate for the dance. Everyone was occupied with instructors gathered in the student lounge o decarate for the dance. Everytne was occupied with his own tasks; there were Jack O'- Lanterns to be made, signs to be printed, crepe paper ribbons to string, and leaves to be distributed. There was even a scarecrow! By the end of the evening the lounge had taken on a new look and was all ready for a square dance. By eight thirty Saturday evening the lounge was filled with gals and fellows dressed in dungarees and sports shirts or sweaters. A professional caller from the Erie district was here to teach some dances and games. ,_« The students help...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

William Nelson Is Elected Student Council President The official 1948-49 Student Council met for the first time on Tuesday, October 27. At this important meeting' William Nelson, representative from Physics and Chemistry, was unanimously elected president. Bill is a native of Erie, and he and his wife now live in an apartment on Vermont Avenue. He is a graduate of Erie East High School, where he was president of the Student Council-Bill will be assisted by: Tom •Pearce, Liberal Arts, vice-president; Judy Norton, Education, Secretary and Ed Kittka, Engineering, treasurer. The other members of the Student Council that -were elected by the students from their various curriculums are: - Wes Pfiiman, Engineering; Janet Brown,' Agriculture; Gibb Bfbwnlie and Jim Mullard, Liberal Arts; and Dune Zimmerman, Mineral _3_Jn.diistries and Physical Education. BACK THE NITTANY CUB!

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Fitts Is Dead! By Marilyn Garden On the night of November 2, 1948, at approximately 12:30, the sharp snap of .a mousetrap marked the death of Pits, a furry little mouse who had been.living in the dorm ior two weeks. Fits' presence was first noticed a fortnight ago when he was heard running across the floor of the room he chose to call home. Several days later it was discovered that he was living in a built-in mouse hole. It was formerly a telephone connection, and the hole Fits used as a door was so small that he could just squeeze through. Yon can see where he got his name. At first Fits was quite a nice little mouse. He tried to be as q uiet as possible and he was seldom seen. But~alas~his freedom went to his head. He started to make noises at the wrong time, he ate pop-corn which had fallen on ¦the floor, and finally, the straw that broke the camel's back ( and Fits' too!) was the fact that he was seen at eight _" o'clock one morning, watching one of the girls read her hist...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

in Behren J Center Dedication Participate Behrend Center of the Pennsylvania State College was dedicated Saturday at ceremonies held at 3 pjn. on the campus, located on Station Rd. near Wintergreen Gorge. Shown above at the dedication are: (left to right) Mrs. A. C. Sayer, daughter of Mrs. Mary Behrend; Mrs. William Brust, sister of the late Ernst R. Behrend; Judge William E. Hirt of the Supperior Court; Mrs. Mary B. Behrend, donor of the estate; and James Milholland, of Pittsburgh, president of the college board of trustees,-Edwin W. Nick, president of the Erie advisory board of Behrend Center, presided at the dedication ceremonies. Speakers included Mrs. Behrend, Mr. Milholland and Judge Hirt. Invocation and benediction during the official ceremonies were given by the Rev. E. Maclay Gearhart, pastor of the Luther Memorial Church and a longtime friend of the late Ernst R. Behrend.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Technical Courses Are Offered by Erie Penn State —-~—^—• _^ By Nan Bierman Pennsylvania State College offers courses to men and women who are high school graduates, or who have gained enough experience in the business* world to equal a secondary school education. The applicant is given an interview to determine if he is eligible for the night courses. There is no college credit given, but after the completion of enough units, an industrial certificate is awarded. It may take- up to five years to get a certificate by attend-Cpntinued on Page Four BOOK STORE HOURS Monday and Wedl 2:30-4:30 Tuesday and Thurs 1:00-2:00 Friday 3:30-4:30

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Pigskin Party Is Planned for Week of 20th All aboard! The pigskin convoy takes olf for the Smoky City "with about fifty members of- the faculty and student body aboard Saturday morning on the 20th of this month as they head for the annual rock 'em sock 'em football game between Penn State's Nittany Lions and the Panthers of Pitt. Student and faculty cars ¦will leave the Center at 9 a. m, for those _taking part in the trip. All riders are to chip in for the gasoline for the journey. Anyone offeringtransportation should contact Miss McBeath (not McBeet) in the office some time this week.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Let's Cooperate Several times Mr. Ferguson has asked that the student body help keep the campus clean and free from paper and other rubbish. This campus does not belong only to Mr. Ferguson and the members of the faculty. It also belongs to you, students of the Pennsylvania State College. It is your duty, and it should be a pleasant one, to keep the grounds and buildings in good condition. By noon the appearance of the student lounge is disgraceful. Cigarette butts and papers of all sorts are scattered from one end of the room to the other. Several chairs and a table have been broken. The lounge is your place to relax between classes. Take good care of it! The appearance of the grounds and other buildings has been fairly good, but still needs some improvement. Return all Coke bottles to the lounge instead of dropping them behind the most convenient rock or bush. Most of you'have been asking'for more weekend activities. When these do come, don't be afraid to volunteer . . . pitch...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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