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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

Meet Your Faculty Mr. Turnbull One of the most well liked instructors on this campus is our own Thomas Turnbull, history instructor. Mr. Turnbull was born in April of 1916 and he spent the first few years of his childhood in Sagamor, Penna. He thenmoved to Punxsutawney where he started and completed his first twelve years of "" education. At this time Mr. Turnbull left his home to attend Indiana State Teachers College where he received his B. S. degree. Immediately following his college education he taught for a year and a half in a high school in Ridgeway, Pa. In 1941 Mr. Turnbull, like so very many of our American men went into the Army. The first four months of his army career were spent in the states. At the end of this time he was shipped to Iceland for 30 months. Then he made the rounds to Scotland, England France, Holland, Belgium and Germany. Mr. Turnbull was in the fifth Infantry Division and the 52nd Aukoine. The sum total of his overseas duty amounted to 4 years. ...

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

7Ae _NBTTANY _CIJB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. published bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa, DON BLAIR i_^i j_^^^^W _,_^^ J- P - SPIERLTNG Joan Baudino, Marilyn Garden Associate Editors Jean Shalkham, Cynthia Loesel Business Manager. ; STAFF Marvin Stein, Nona Ottoway, Penny O'Neil, Carol McKrell, Cynthia Loesel, Ruth Gross, Bob Gallagher, Marjorie Fleming-, Georganne Fisher, Beth Dunlap, Sal Dickson_, Lee Delle Donne, Gib _Brownlie, Nan Bierman_, Bonny Beniard, Dunk Zimmerman, Nan Weston, Jean Shalkham.

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

Bowling By Browniie By Browniie "Hi Ho, Hi Ho, it's off to bowl we go . . "The preceding statement has nothing to do with the "Seven Dwarfs". It could ¦well be the theme song of Behrend Center on Thursday afternoon, however. While our league has no one "Snow White," it does, have quite a few members of the weaker sex ¦Wfeo are smashing the pins for stupendous tdtals. Marilyn Boldfc is one of the lassies to whom I am referring Mariilyn had a 177 high game for a 475 series to lead her team. "Eorn Pone " was the closest to her with a 4_§8. Even _witfh "this power the Robins found the Hawks much tod difficult to handle. Thanks to their _consistency, the Hawks with a big boost from "Uncle Dave", who turned in one of the day's double century, and e 515 series, were able to make it 2 out of 3 over the Red Breasts. Shirley Hinder proved her worth by collecting a 173, 478 series. Shirl a.'ong with Harry Sdhemier, who owns tlhe high game of the afternoon, a 205 and Al Liebau who cam...

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

10 o o o 0 o 000_ooo 066000000000 SPORTS ... at a.«. GLANCE _> _oVbVQVoVQVQVoVoVoVoVnyo '* o By Bob Gallagher A big hand to Gifrb BrawnUe and Lee Delle Donne for their steady play in winning .the men's and the women's singles ping-pong tourney. Also Tom Pearce and Lois Brad§n, the runners-up. Their fine sportsmanship was a credit to them. The doubles tournament has started, but there seems to be a lack of interest. I hope Mr;. Demp and Mr. Thurbon aren't scaring everybody away. They aren't invincible you know! (for proof of this see bulletin board). There's also a rumor flying high that _Sturgfe and Blair each have perfected a new serve. Blair calls his "I blubbed it, now it's your turn to swing", while Sturge tabs his as "Settle down, Blair". Mr. Demp had high hopes for the formation of a baseball nine this spring but due to the lack of financial aid it is unlikely tlhaft his wishes will materialize. However, with the construction of the field, and a small amount of pers...

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

Local Hackers Hail Spring! ? Golf Reigns Spring, and a young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of —golf! Or at least that is the way some of the hearts of the yoimg men of _BeShrerud Center have tamed. The freak spring weather of Friday, February 18, gave Jim. _Mullard, Al Liebau, Ray Reed, Ken MacDannell and Don Blair the urge to try their skill on the Glenwood Golf Course. The mud was deep but it failed to slow the blistering pace of "Smiling" Al Leibau who _hiifc the lowest score of the group—T2. Al blushingly admitted that his score on the second nine was even lower by two points. Mad DanneU, who up until Friday was not an ardent golf fan, thought it would be a good substitute for Phys. Ed. class. Of course he meant caddying for the other four players and not actually playing the game. He took the game in stride, all 18 holes and on the 18th hole politely accepted the five cent tip offered by Ray Reed. It was an early start for the sporit this spring but when the seas...

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

Milliard Clicks as Cubs Top Bradford In First Tilt Lawrence Park High School was the scene of Behrend's first same and first win last Saturday night; Bradford set up a tight zone defense, but due fco the local's height and accurate passing, the game was nsver in doubt from the first minute till the final buzzer. Big Jim (_Zio) Mullard worked well in the keyhole dumping in 22 points Also indispensable was Ray Reed with his uncanny work under the boards. Coiligiajn. was high for fche losers _witih half of his team's 26 points. I would like to thank tihe students and friends, in behalf of the team, for the fine turn out to see the game, also Mr. Demp for his untiring efforts to put out a team. Lineup: Behrend fg f tp Liebau ' 12 4 Pearce 6 0 12 Milliard • 9 4 22 Reed 10 2 Gallagher 4 0 8 McDannell 2 0 4 Beniard 2 0 4 Chesley 0 0 0 Gourley ' . — 113 Baker ! 0 0 0 Totals 26 7 59 Bradford Watson _a 0 0 0' Tanner 10 2 Dennis 2 0 4 Oolligian 5 3 13 Zittler 115 Tanaaef @ 8 0 Tart 10 2 ...

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

School Grapplers Bash Bones on Law. Park Mats The grants and groans that echo throughout the Lawrence Park High School Gym every Saturday morning from 9:30 till 12:30 are the efforts of* the Behrend, Center grapplers. Under the instruction of Mr. Marvin Demp, Athletic Director, these contortions have been progressing since early November. Mr. Demp says, "The purpose of these classes is to acquaint students with the sport by teaching them the skills of the various holds and manuevers._" Among _$he mattmen aspirants now practicing are; Baker, Brewer, Hamilton, Hesbeth, Potman, Rynewicz, Richards, Tucker, Johnson, Mallick, McGough, Musser, Pagonis,'and Thompson. More fellows are needed now and no skill or experience is necessary, just drop over to the- Lawrence Park •Gym next Saturday morning afrnine. If enough fellows turn out, there will be a wrestling tourney held sometime next moivth. As Mr. Demp points out, ''AH that i§ _needed to, wrestle i§ %he desire to. _learg_, _" Jerry...

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

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

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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1949

Behrend Host to Am. Instrument Society Members On Tuesday night, February 22nd, the regular monthly dinner meeting of the Erie branch of the American Instrument Society was held at Behrend Center. The society, nation wide in scope, is composed of persons interested in instruments used in industry, who Mr. David Thurbon and Mr. W. S. meet regularly to exchange data and information concerning modern devices. The meeting was presided over by the president of the local branch, Mr. R. B. Gray, of the American Meter Co., with the pro¬ gram under Program Chairman W. Efenbeck. Tuesday's meeting opened in the Behrend Center dining room at 6:50 P. M. with dinner, after which the group adjourned to the library for a lecture by Mr. H. E. Becker, of the General Electric Co. Mr. Becker talked on thermistors_, which are extremely small devices used to measure variations in temperature. Following his lecture, the members of the society engaged in an open forum,. during which previously prep...

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

CENTER CHATTER Greetings and heartiest salutations from your roving eye reporter who is ready to "give you the word" about the latest happenings at Behrend Center. Plash! Francis Pinesod has finally stopped hibernating! She has been in the "Rec. Hall" twice this week and is always anxious to play cards. If any of the fellows on campus have any questions about blind dates just ask our authority, Tom Pearce! Nona Ottaway and Benny Beniard are finally finding out they have a lot in common. A certain blonde in the dorm is trying to think of a way to get rid of all cai'ds and ping pong equipment. I don't think Bay would like that! Clark Johnston seems to have made quite a hit around here. When are you going to give one of the gals a break? Last Saturday Janet Brown got a little mixed up on her "Bills". She also had a red face 'till Sunday morning! Mary Hough gets a certain gleam in her eye each time Don Mallick goes by (accompanied by Prank, naturally). Penny O'Neil took a brief ...

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

Night School Spring Term Opens for Technical Students February 7 marked the opening at the Evening Technical Institute of the Pennsylvania State College for the spring term of 1949. Classes of the institute meet between 7:30 and 10:30 P. M. on Mondays and Wednesdeys. The institute is under the direction of Mr. T. E. Campbell, a member of the Behrend Center Faculty. The courses offered are, for the most part technical, the four major curricula being Mechanical and Production Tool Design, Production Management, Industrial Electricity, and Personnel management Subjects are under the direction of leaders in local industry who are specialists in t h ei r respective fields. The class in tool design is taught by Mr. C. Bennett, of Stand¬ ard Stoker Co. Mr. Russell K. Schlosser,, design engineer for the General Electric Company teaches three classes, advancing alternating current,, electrical power measurements, and electrical testing and Mr. F. Schneider and Mr. H. Fogle, also of t...

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

Center Faculty Visits Home Campus Feb. 11 Over _tihe week-end of February 11, the entire faculty of Behrend Center, with the exception of tihe physical education instructors, Mr. Marvin Demp and Miss Janice Painter, journeyed to State College for a conference of the faculty members of tihe centers and technical institutes of The Pennsyl vania State College. The seven centers represented were Dubois, Altoona, Hazelton, Swarthmore PottsvUle, Harrisburg and Behrend. The Conference opened witih a dinner meeting held Friday evening February 11, at which time J. Orvis Keller, Vice President in charge of extension, his assistant, Edwin L. Keller, and David Pew, Supervisor of Instruction and Extension, gave talks concerning extension policies and extension work in the future. At the dinner various faculty members became acquainted and discussed related problems of the centers. Saturday from eight o'clock in the morning to one o'clock in tihe afternoon the staffs met according to dep...

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

Speech (contmued from Page 1) in this treatment is plastic surgery. The second step is to get a prosthetic device, called a speech aid, to take the place of the hard and soft palate. After the operating cause is eliminated, an analysis is made of the speech defect to determine at what point the corrective work is to begin. When this initial step is accomplished, the corrective work continues in a step by step attack on the remaining sound distortions or symptoms. The purpose of the work under tihe supervision of Mr. Horean is to equip the trainees to achieve their economic, educational, and social potential. In the future. Mr. Horean hopes to be able to expand service to the residents of the Erie community in the form of an outpatient clinic. It will be open, to both children fend adults. But at the present time, only tentative arrangements have been made to carry on the clinic through, the summer session under the program already established. So far, Mr. Horean has had to d...

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

Dorm Girls Sponsor Card Party Poker, blackjack, bridge, pinocle, gin rummy, casino, double _solb taire, hearts, rummy—you name it and it was played on Friday evening, February 25. The dormitory girls under the leadership of Beth Dunlap, dormitory president, sponsored a card party for the students, faculty, and friends of Behrend Center. The library and dininlg room of the main house was the scene of all activity. The cards and scoring pads that were found on each table were supplied by the committee in charge. This committee included Penny O'Neil, Dorothy Holmstrom, Margie Fleming, Ruth Gross, and Nan Bierman. The signs that have been posted were made by Lee Delle Donne and Betty Lou Volk, who were in charge of publicity. Cards placed first as the order of tihe evening, but refreshments ran a close second. Betty Lou Dahlinger, Lois Glick, Francis Pinesod, and Judy Norton were tented guests departed. The witching hour, or 11 P. M. arrived too soon for most of the card players. ...

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

Queen (Continued from Page 1) weeks ago when more than 200 college newspaper editors were asked to name the twelve schools where the greatest concentration of freshman pul<Shritude could be found. So wide and divergent were the opinions that it was decided to throw the contest open to those schools which would be represen tative of each part of the country. Perm State College has been selected as one of the 16 colleges or universities in the nation having the most beautiful, talented, and active freshman wometn. Of Perm State's many branches, Erie's Behrend Center has been chosen along with six others to select a representative. An Erie girl a queen in Hollywood? Tou never can tell! Best of luck, Rose.

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

Freedom The drums rolled, the flags waved, the bells chimed, and the b3nd played on and on. Friday, February 25, Independence Day had arrived For weeks the martyr had suffered in silence with only an occasional outburst of hysteria — approximately every 30 minutes. Ambassadors had been sent across the way to Rec Hall on "missions of mercy"—namely to purchase cigarettes. Other dignitaries were dispatched to Wesleyville and Erie to procure .-such necessities as shampoe and bobby pins. The revolution had ended. Judy Thomas, the "campused queen" is free!!!

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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