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

Letter to the Editor Dear Sir; I am writing you to congratulate you and your assistants on a fine, well-arranged newspa per. It has almost completely covered the news on our Behrend Center campus, and has informed us of what has been happening. As far as I have seen, it has not been prejudiced to any organization or person. It has been faithful in advertising for school events. Very few people realize what hours of work, disappointments, and anger go aJong with building a newspaper. We don't realize the great sum of money tied up in a newspaper, that it is a big business. Editors receive very little appreciation or honor; all they receive is gripes front people who can't afford to talk. I am giving you a lot of credit for editing the Nittany Cub. Sincerely, A Regular Reader PS. I forgot about your advisor. What would you do without him?

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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

Nationally Known George Harvey Teaches Fly-Tying An announcement that 'shooCd interest all trout fishermen 'and Isaac Walfeonsin the Erie city and county area, came _irom Erie Beh rend Center of the Pennsylvania State College recently. - T. Reed Ferguson, administrative head of the Center, released the news that George Harvey, instructor in Penn State's school of physical ¦ education and athletics, and nationally known trout-fisher man, will teach a special course in fly tying and fly casting i the school beginning tomorrow, March 17. The course which was formally _approved by the College only a few /ears ago, will be offered for tihe first time in #his .part of the state. Similar .courses have been held by Harvey in i«cent years in extensions at -Latrobe, Pa., _«nd Greens'ourg, Pa., as well as on the main State College campus. In- mentioning that regisfoa fcions for the courses are -now being accepted, Mr. Ferguson emjhasizsd the .point that the course .s limited to 30 person...

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

Howling By Browniie ' ¦Hem T By. Browniie In-the fifth -week of Behrend's Bowling; league, Al _Liebau was high for the day with a 572 series. His high was a smashing 202. Dick ColLman had the high single, an excellent 210 game. Jean Keinath arid Jeanne Kimble were voted the 'ones most likely to throw the ball in the gutter. Lunk Head Pearce was high in that department with a 465 three game total. _RightThanded_, left-sided Tom changed to right handed, right sided Tom. - The Ravens took three games from the now lowly Eagles. Dick Collman and Don Beal were the powers for the Ravens; Liebau and Harry Schiemer' were' -again high for the Eagles while Shirley Linder lad not too niuch trduble finding the g utters. In three very tight games, the Owls finally managed to take the hard-phigging- Robins, two games to one. Jim _Mullard had a 175-451 series for the'Owls,- John Korn had- a steady 422 series for the Robins. Dunk Zimmerman, trying to heh> Marvin (change of pace) _Marc...

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

Cubs Down Dravosburg, 56-36 Behrend Center's basketballwise Cubs rolled to their second victory in two starts last Saturday night in. the Lawrence Paris High gymnasium when they de_* featfed a scrappy Dravosburg Center team by 56-36. Coach Marv ©emp _'s charges, led by Al "Laughing Boy" Liebau, who hit the nets for 20 points, displayed a well-rounded club. Supporting Liebau were Tom Pearce and Bay Reed with clean cut floor worls and passing ability, and rounding out -the five were "Big Jim" Mullard and "Rapid Robert" Gallagher, -who kept the boards well under control during most of the evening's play. "Moon" Black, specializing in one hand push shot from half way out, led the Dravosburg basketeers with 15 markers, dropping in 7 field goals and one foul. Hank Rakowski gave added spport for the Behrend opponents with an eight point total. Although the Scoreboard showed only 8 to 4 at the end of the first quarter, Behrend height and general floor work gave it the winning mar-gi...

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

_uuvwuuvyyuvwwwvwvwvvvwwv Korny Korner Phillip: I wonder if fishes grow fast? Bay: They must. My pop caught one last year 'that grows an Inch every time " lie talks about it. Braia; Why can't you _ttarig a man with a wooden leg? Wave: Because you have to use a rope. Spring: is sprung -Atitumri-s fell. Winter's nere Cold as—usual. Teacher: Conjugate the verb "to swim". Ambitious Student: swim, awam, swum. " Teacher: Now _conjugate the _vefrb "to dim." : Studsnt: You aren't trying to kid me, ate you? Wanted: Absent-minded pro fessor to lecture to 'his steaks and cut all his classes. Diner: waiter, there s a twig in my soup. 'Waiter: I wouldn't be surprised. We have branches all over the city! SLIP Barber shave Man sneeze Man died Next please. Last night I held a lovely _ihand; A hand so soft and neat; I thought my heart would burst with joy, So wildly did it t>eat. _No other hand unto my heart Such utter bliss could bring; Than the hand I held last night—Four Aces and...

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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

SPORTS ... at a» -• 4 GLANCE By Bob Gallagher The Behrend floor team really started off with a bang with their 59_^26 win over Bradford. Al Liebau, the newly elected captain, along with lanky Ray Reed played very well under both baskets wliile Jim. Mullard was the "Big g-un" in the scoring column. Benny Beniard also worked well on the offense with his corner push-shots. The shot of the night however was Tom Pearce's "set" from the center of ¦Ch e floor. ' I don't think it even _touted the net. Willy Shortt and Gibb -Browniie worked smoothly together at .the officials' bench Honesty pays, you know! Erie Ca/tihedral Prep, .the north western PCTAA representative, was defeated by Central Catholic of Pittsburgh, 45-39 in the first round of the state championship play-offs. Central then defeated Johnstown 46-30 which qualifies them tc compete in the finals .to be held in Philadelphia sometime next week. Did you notice -She =baggy eyes and crestfallen -looks on John Paganis, Frank ...

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

- Stiirge Entertains While Baby Sleeps The evening of Saturday, March 5, some of the non-roJler_^_sfcaters "of Behrend Center gathered at the home of Ray Sturguleskie's brother, where Ray was baby sitting. The party was " very informal, some of the guests removed thenshoes_. Among those expressing "hillbilly" tendencies were Ray Reed and Georgianhe Fisher. Ray Reed found the floor more to his fancy than the chairs, but he also found that lying flat on his _oack on the floor made it impossible to reach the pretzels. From the other side of .the room, Allen Liebau came to Ray's rescue by tossing pretzels over Ray's fingers. With Al ringing and Ray eating, this merry giame continued until the pretzels were gone. "Sturg" and r his' harmonica furnished the musical events of the evening by playing several songs requested by the guest& "Parlor games" were also played •Bill Klaban caused Joan Baudi no a deal of embarrassment when he forgot -one small detail. Ask either one of t...

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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

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

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

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

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

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

Memos From Mr. Ferguson T. Reed Ferguson, the Administrative Head of Behrend Center, is soliciting for future Behrendites in the various high schools of the surrounding districts. He (has already visited three of the fourbeen schools. Scenes of Behrend are shown to the seniors with a slide projector. . Copies of the Nlttany Cub and articles about Behrend are given to them. David Thurbon, instructor of English, Platon Gottlund, instructor of mathematics, and Robert C. Henzi, Assistant Adminsferative Head, are helping Mr. Ferguson with his campaign. A baseball clinic under the direction of the Behrend Center, is being opened at the Ediniboro State Teachers College. The clinic opens Friday, March 25th. On that date, Joseph Bedenk, the Baseball Coach of the Pennsylvania State College, win be there .to speak on •batting, pitching, catching, offensive, and defensive playing. Charles Medlar, the College trainer, will also be there to speak on athletic injuries. On Saturday, March 2...

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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

CENTER CHATTER Hi Kids! Here we go again with another column of casual chit chat. Plash! ! _JThere was a man in the eight girl suite last Tuesday night! He even took a bath and had his hair brushed! Yes, Horean's dog Choc was given a bath and brushed by Joan Baudino and Carole Mc-Krell. Thanks are extended to Rita Jackson for the use of her desk. It seems Wes Pfirman and Miss Davis have finally gotten things settled. If Wes doesn't like tea or coffee, M. J. won't force it on him. Last week when the Rec Hall wasn't "open to the public". the four girl room, Uncle Dave's office, the kitchen and the library served as poor substitutes. H you people have been wond¬ ering where Joan "Kip" George has been recently, the answer is "she dosen't work here anymore!" It seems that Miss Painter doesn't appreciate the visits a few of the boys make to the Wesleyville gym Tuesday afternoons. The girls don't especially like the walk home either! ! Francis Finesod is still waiting for her bottl...

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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

Harmony in Music Theme of Recital By Mr. Bellf erraan Behrend Center students were honored Sunday afternoon, March 13,, with the presentation of Mr. Belferman's concert recital "Harmony in Music." Faculty, students, and visitors attending the concert in the Behrend Center library spent a most worthwhile and enjoyable two hours. Mr. Belferman was aptly accompanied by Mrs. Virginia M. Reed. "Harmony in Music" marks Mrs. Reed's second visit here. She made her first appearance here last semester accompanying Mr. Krdely, the oelloist. Mr. Belferman grouped his concert into three sections; popular, semi classical, and classical. Under these groupings, he wisely chose selections which his audience greatly appreciated. Several selections under his popular heading were, "Best Things in Life Are Free," "They Say It's Wonderful," and "But Beautiful." In his semi-classical grouping, Mr. Belferman certainly did justice to "Pale Hands I Love," "Migh¬ ty Like a Rose,"and "Song of the Flea....

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

Behrend s Backstage The"chief cook and bottle washer" of Behrend Center is Mrs. Florence Ryan. She hails from Jamestown, New York, via Oil City, Pennsylvania. Her school years were spent in the Oil City High School. She lived in Oil City until she was married in 1923, when she moved to Erie, Pennsylvania. Before coming to Behrend, Mrs. Ryan worked as cook for two of Erie's best known families, the Jareckis and the Parkers. Both families are old friends of the Behrends. She also worked as the Head Cook in the Boston Store Cafeteria for two years. She stated that she likes her job here at Behrend better than any of the others because there is no comparison at all between them, Mrs. Ryan never went to college, though she always wanted to attend the Margaret Morrison School of Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Drexel Institute in Philadelphia_, Pennsylvania, was her second choice. All her life, she has wanted to take a course in domestic science. So far, all her trainin...

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

Spanish Group Has 1st Meeting The Spanish Discussion Group, an affiliate of the International Language Institute, held its first meeting of the year last week in the Behrend Center library. Concerned mainly with mutual problems of Americans and their Latin neighbors of South America, the group is made up of South American teachers and local instructors and students. Speakers last night, included Miss Maria M. Velez of Puerto Rico and Mrs. Jose R. Osuna of Venezuela. Host' for_. the evening was Herman Belferman, instructor in languages.

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

Student Council Continued from Page 1 point system was accepted in .part, with Section C having" to do with student council members holding office, to have been voted upon by the students' assembly on- March 10. A committee was appointed consisting of James Milliard, Robert Knoll, and Wes Pfirman, to construct a graph showing the division of the Activity Pee; this graph was to be made public in order to acquaint each student .with tne manner in which his money is being spent. Both meetings were adjourned by the President, Tom Pearce.

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

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