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

Frank Gatto Best in Shoe Repair WESLEYVILLE. PA.

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

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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

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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 Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Student Judges Select Blonde, Curvacious Erieite As State Entry in National Contest Our own Rose Larsen, who wor. the local beauty contest by a unanimous decision, duplicated the feat on the Perm State campus last Thursday, March 10. The gala affair started at 7 p. ra with a parade _? led by the 27 piece State R. O. T. C. band, -which wound through the Campus streets and ended at the Cathaum theater. There the five freshmen finalists were introduced to the audience and presented to the five student judges who elected Rose for the title of "Miss Penn State Freshman." She was then presented with 5100 from the Twentieth Century Fox Studios, sponsors of the contest and producers of the film "Mother is a Freshman," which had its premiere in the Cathaum theater at 8 p. m. Other awards included a Penn State stuffed animal given by Metzger's and additional awards from the sponsors of the _svent. Miss Larsen's photograph will now be entered in a nationwide competition against photos ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Larsen Chosen 'Miss Penn State Frosh' School Band to Play for St. Patrick's Day Dance Behrend Center's First Annual St. Patrick's Day Dance will take •the spotlight on the local Glenhills Farm campus, Friday eventag from 8 to 12 p. m., on March 18. Music for the informal affair will be provided by the school's own band which will be making Its debut that nigiit under the leadership of Jack Longnecfeer, well-known local musician and present student a* the college. Hiaving the Center Recreation Hall for its setting, the St. Patrick's Day Dance iwill nave an appropriate decorative theme with large green swinging lanterns and paper shamrocks lining the nail. The dance is sponsored by _tihe student activities board of the local college "and will be open to all Behrend freshmen and their guests. Dance committee chairmen include Nan Weston, publicity; Joan Baudino, tickets; Judy ¦Tho mas, refreshments; and Tom Pearce, decorations.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

D. A. Speaks On Communist Trials .Mr. Damian J. McLaughlin, District Attorney of Erie county, spoke at an assembly Thursday, March 10, which opened the student lounge after it had been closed for three days. "Mr.' Mclaughlin, _who' was introduced by Marilyn Garden, spoke on the recent communist .trials in the state of New York. He began the talk by outlining the judicial department of the United States government as far back as **the English common law, up to and including the present day jury. Mr. McLaughlin told how the jury is to be picked for the communist trials and the various complaints of the defense attorneys. He said the men are not being charged for being communists, but for advocating the overthrow of the United States by force and violence. The various questions asked by the students at the assembly, and answered by Mr. McLaughlin ended the discussion. ROSEMARY LARSEN The Winnah ! ! Following the speaker, Miss Garden turned the assembly over to Jim Mullard, ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

B. C. Represented At Edinboro Open House Behrend Center sent a representative freshman coed team to the basketball and swimming competition which 'began at 1:30 Open House at Ediniboro State Teachers College on Saturday, March 12, by Janice Painter, women's physical education instructor at the Glenhill campus. Participating in the basketball ¦were; I_^re Vogel, Lee DelleDonne and Carol McKrell at the forward positions, with Lois Braden, Judith Norton, and Penny O'Neil at the guard jobs. Nan Bierman and Anna Mae Titmus were substitutes. The coeds followed the basket ball jamboree with some friendly swimming matches. Dinner in the college dining room completed the day's activities. CONTESTANT PATKICA BOWLES

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Dr. Grose Speaks To 'Nitt' Assembly On. Thursday, March 3rd, Dr. C. Herman Grose, Superintendent of Public Schools in Erie, spoke briefly to our assembly about the possibilities of young people going into the teaching profession. Dr. Grose stressed the need for special education. Following his speech was a period of questioning and discussion, led by Dr. Grose. This ~ discussion brought- out many facts which would be help _fol in aiding education students in picking the various fields for which they would be best suited. It also included a sketch of . the areas where most teachers are needed . and exposed some of the misleading facts about recent statistics concerning the lack of teachers. r -' ; CONTESTANT SHIRLEY LONG IX- • — • • « ¦ - a ¦

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

EXTENSION SURVEY INCLUDES BEHREND The Pennsylvania State College, the_ University of Chicago, and the University of California have been selected by the Carnegie Foundation to make a survey study of the activities of college extension centers. During tine week-end of March 5, Mir. Blaike from the University of Chicago, and Mr. Stanley Cambell from the Pennsylvania State College, visited Behrend Center to observe its activities and facilities. The purpose of this survey is to make reports that will be made available in tihe future for be.tter management of extension centers, and for the use of other colleges who will establish extension centers in the future.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Lawther Resigns As Basketball Mentor Of Lions John G. Lawther, head basketball coach at Penn State _sinct 1936, announced bis resignation Tuesday, March 8th. Assistant Ooacfa Elmer A. Gross will take over Lawther's place as head coach. Gross, a native of Munhall, Pa., was an outstanding player under Lawther, driving the 1940-41-42 seasons. He returned to Penn State in 1945 as a graduate student and assistant coach. In 1947 he was named a full time instructor and assistant. " C ONTEST A NT

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Student Council News and Views Due to the recent closing of the student lounge, an emergency meeting of the Behrend Center Student Council was called by Preside nt Tom Pearce. The council and visitors were presented with a background of the events leading to the closing of the lounge, and suggestions were requested on measures to remedy the existing situation. Recommendations were presented to reopen the lounge on Thursday afternoon at 2:00 with sufficient ash trays and other waste receptacles to better maintain cleanliness. . A previous regular meeting, had also been held, on March 3, at which a revised amendment to the - Continued on page Four

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Rev. Bishop Talks To Girl's Forum _Revsrend Russell Bishop, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Eric, will speak to ' the Girls -Forum Service at 10:30 on Thursday, March 24 in the Behrend Center Rec Hall. This meeting- is open to all students. Reverend Bishop's topic •will be "Life's Compelling Forces," concerning certain personality factors that make a difference in life; why we do the tlungs we do, and what makes us tick. On April 18 Reverend Bishop will take up his new pastorate of the First Baptist Church in Newton, Massachusetts. He has been a minister in Erie for the past four years. _ofli _IjGZI ... Wouldn't it be funny if: Marilyn "were Lawn instead of Garden. Clayton were Rain instead of Snow. Tom were Stab instead of Pearce. Willy were Tall instead of Short. Ray were Staff instead. of Reed. Dody were Hunter instead of Fisher. Rose were Treason instead of Larsen. Pauline were Walker instead of Rider. Edwin were Schubert instead of Beethoven. Marilyn were Nut inst...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Meet Your Faculty The tall recluse seen darting among the lab desks, shackled students, and balances in the mysterious building way yonder is our chemistry professor, Mr Balmer. Mr. Balmer was born in Ardmore, Pennsylvania ? and has one brother. He attended various schools in Philadelphia, Akron, Ohio, and Staten Island, New York. He then advanced to Staten Island High School where he was Director of the Typographical Society (in other words—head of the printing club). Graduate work was started at the Brooklyn College and continued at Wagner College where Mr. Balmer completed pre-med_. Mr. Balmer was active in college dramatics; he had the role of Touchstone in As You Like It by Shakespeare. It was a quick change from college dramatics to chemist for the L. A. Dreyfus Company where Mr. Balmer became an expert with chewing gum; he worked with finding new bases for gum. One day in August of 1941 the future college professor received his greetings from Franklin D. Roosevel_^ an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

7A* NITTANr CUB 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 _Breeae Publishing Co., North East_^-Pa. DON BLAIR mij_^^^^^ %^/^ T- P< SPIERLING Joan Baudino, Marilyn Garden Associate Editors Jean Shalkham, Cynthia Loesel Business Managers _• 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, Gibb Brownlie, Nan Bierman, Benny Beniard, Dunk Zimmerman, Nan Weston, Jean Shalkham, Lloyd McGough.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Tolerance Tolerance is a big word. It has a? vast meaning. Too many college students and adults too, travel through life without knowing .the full meaning of this word. Tolerance is a desirable trait in a personand everyone should try -to cultivate it in his life. Just what does tolerance mean to you? Let's find out what the dictionary says about _thie word. "Tolerance is the disposition to be patient and indulgent toward those whose opinions or practices differ from one's own." Be honest npw. Have you said something .mean about a person just because his religious belief or feeling may be different from yours? f you haveremember that this-is, America and everyone is entitled to worship God as he sees fit. Tolerance also means freedom from bigotry or severity in judging the opinions and conduct of others. Examine yourself thoroughly now, and find out if you are guilty of being intolerant towards others. Tolerance brings wonderful results. Everyone benefits, beginning with indiv...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

Personality Of Week By Dunk Zimmerman Handsome Bob Gallagher, also known as "Dinny," hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Bob can easily be recognized by his tall athletic _^ physique, his blue eyes, black hair, and "winotag smile. Bob's high school years were spent in Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgih, Pennsylvania, from. which he was graduated in June of 1946. He joined the Army the following September, and- received his basic training a>t Fort McClelland Alabama. After being shipped to Yokohama, where ho joined the paratroops, he remained one year in Japan. He received his freedom (discharge) on December 13, 1947. He takes an active part in all sports, but his first love is baseball. Les Brown's arrangement of "Sentimental Journey" ranks higih on his list of favorite tunes. When, it comes to food, Bob says, "Tfoere's nothing like good old pork and sauerkraut!" His chief delight in radio entertainment is "Fibber McGee and Molly." This gentleman prefers blo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 March 1949

_Quie&, Please How many of the students of Behrend Center have atcempted to study in the school library and found it impos-, -ible because of the noise and commotion? Recently the school spent over $100 to have doors put on the entrance to the library to keep out the usual commotion from reception room. This only adds to the difficultyhowever, because now no one in the other rooms realizes how noisy the library is, and consequently none of the faculty make an attempt to stop it. It should not be necessary for anyone to enforce a strict rule for silence in the library; we, the students should keep the library a little more quiet. Many of the students who commute from Erieand nearby towns, have three and fcur breaks between classes. Many-of them would like to spend this time studying in the librarybut usually after 15 or 20 minutes they either join conversations or leave, . ; • " A conscientious effort on the part of all'those who use the library, to use it properly woul...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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