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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 March 1949

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 March 1949

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 March 1949

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

BEHREND CENTER HOLDS OPEN HOUSE PROGRAM Erie Behrend Center of The Pennsylvania State College will hold its First Annual Open House on the local campus on Station Road above Wesleyville Thursday and Friday, April 28 and 29, from 6 to 10 p. m. on. each of those days. " Although the Open House program is designed primarily for high school seniors in the Erie area, who will be the honor guests during the two days,, the college is also being thrown open to parents of the seniors, guests and friends of Behrend Center, and any other interest ed_, persons. For many of Erie's citizens it will be their first opportunity to thoroughly look over the beautiful rambling 400 acre estate given to Penn State College by Mrs. Mary Behrend last July jn order to provide Erie with a coeducational institution of higher learning. Also, in addition to viewing the grounds, the visitors will have a chance to see how the various fouiKings and attributes—the fine Dutch Colonial style home, former show ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

BEHREND'SZOO By Nan Bierman ' Did. you -know that Sehrend Center has a zoo of stuffed animals? The beds of most of the dormitory girls are adorned with prized possessions. In most cases they are stuffed cloth dogs, cats, or other animals, which have a certain significance to the owner. In the six girl room a lamb which has taken quite a bit of abuse sits on the pillow of Judy Norton's bed. It is a dirty gray in color and its eyes are falling out, but Judy wouldn't part with it for the world. A huge red and white panda stands vigil on Ruth Gross's bunk. Its size is so life-like that when bhe _a girls enter the room they are forced to look twice to see who is on the top bunk. "Vandy", a tiny yellow and gray dog with an "I" on its side guards Nan Biennan's top bunk. Its ar¬ rogant expression is very symbolic as it is a souvenir of the University of Idaho. The vandals are the symbol of _£hat university, consequently its name. At the door of the four girl room a fuzzy, white kitt...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Spring Dance Takesr Place On _Mfcy 6th Every Behrend Center student must open his eyes to the date of May 6th, for it is on this date that the biggest social event of the year will take- place,. This .social event, the "Spring Dance, " will be held at . the Kahkwa Country Club, noted for its scenic "beauty and palatial atmosphere, is the most exclusive country;-dub in Erie. For this reason, it is a privilege and honor to hold such a dance for the _Behrendites. -' Those heading, the committees for the "Spring Dance" are as follows: Publicity, Don Blair, Nan Weston; Decorations,.Tom Pearce, Jim Mullafd,' BobRatMon, Harry Schiemeiy.ahd. .Howard Heskcth; Tickets, Beth Dunlap;" Invitations, Judy Thomas; Favors, Joan Bau<iino. The dance will be semi-formal, optional lor :_the fellows if they wish to wear' suits or "evening dress. Tickets are priced at $5.00 with favors for the girls and boutonnieres- "for " the fellows. The evening will begin at 10:00 and last till 2:00. - ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Golf Team Drops First Two Matches Bulletin Behrend golfers dropped their first two matches of the season recently ia losing to. Westmiiister College 5 to 1 in a best ball match and to Slippery Rock State Teachers College by- a match play score of 6 to 3. Behrend Center's Cubs, opening their f _ujst season of intercollegiate golf competition, got underway in their six-match schedule by facing .Westminster College at New Wilmington on Thursday, April 21st. " The Cubs then return to then home layout at the Lawrence Park Golf Club to host, on Friday, April 22nd, to the mashie-wielders from Slippery Rock State Teachers College. Next the locals travel to Slippery Rock for a return engagement there on May 3rd. On Miay 9th they open a series with Edinboro State on the Lawrence Park course. Highlight of the Cub's schedule is;, their trip to State College for the Penn State Invitational tourney on May 13th and 14th. The locals close on the road by traveling to the lengthy Culbertson H...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Students Make High Scholastic Honor Records The Nittany Cub takes pride in publishing_^ the names of the students who have through ability and effort earned' & place on the Behrend dean's list and honor roll. The dean's list is one of the highest honors.a student can hope to attain. We are happy to announce that seven students made t)he dean's list and twelve the honor roll: Dean ' s List 1—Keinath, Jean 2.62 2—Gustafson, Sally Ann 2.56 3—Thomas, Judy 2.52 4—Dunlap, Elizabeth 2.29 5—Pfirman, Wesley 2.29 . 6—Spacht, Jack 2.29 - 7—Volk, Betty Lou 2.25 Honor Roll (over 2.00) 1—Brewer, Charles 2—Brown, Janet 3—Collman, Richard • ¦ ¦4c —Delle I>onne, Lee 5—Gorley, Robert 6—Hamilton, George 7—Rathfon, Robert 8_^-Schultz, Robert 9—Shalkham, Jeanne 10—Smith, Blair 11—Snow, Clayton 12-i-Thompson, Frank

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Cabin Party Will Be Next School Social Function ¦Nittany Cub _sponsored Cabin Party will be held Saturday evening, April. 30, in Cabin No. 2 ort- the Presque Isle State Park. Chairmen for the event are:Floyd McGough, refreshment*. Meida Moskowitz, transportation; Bill telaban, publicity; Sally Dickson_, tickets; Don Blair, coordinator. Hot dogs, pop; potato chips, and doughnuts- comprise the refreshment criterion. -Round and square party-goers, but an occassional polka will be thrown on the "vie" for Sturg-and his followers. ' A, fine mushball field is nearby, should some; of the more vigo?ou5 souls .desire-activity to digest the hot dogs. So some prepared to eat, drink, and be merry. Cars will meet at the Center at 5:30 to provide transportation. If: you haven't yet seen Erie's pride and joy, the Peninsula, then this outing will afford an excel lent opportunity to view its scenic beauty and find out just why Erie is known as the Gem City of the Great Lakes.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Science Glub's Party a Big Hit The Science Club, held a combination- picnic-barn- dance-trea sure hunt on Saturday. After -the picnic at the picnic grounds on. the campus, the treasure hunt got into full swing, with the nights -activities being, terminated., in-"Rec" Hall in _tttie form, of ; round and. square dancing, Most appropriately the club called, .the - affair the "A & G Party-', with, the initials, as we all discovered,..- standing for "Anything Goes?' . - From all reports everyone .had - a great time, in ¦the form.of trick gadgets, stunts, and the like. . All seemed to enjoy the hot dogs with. all the trimmings that accompany _ a "good" old fashioned _picnife dinner _outdoors. Everyone came . dressed in old clothes, _^ and prepared for, all sorts of fun_^. They "found it! Have,.you observed the luscious Florida'• fe_^. ' some ' of the coeds are _spor f&g? " _^_up _ilamps do ' . wonders these days.' <v' * ' ' "

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Clean-up Day" Postponed Again Two tentative clean-up days were arranged by Mr. T. Reed Ferguson, Administrative Head of Behrend Center, but were canceled because of bad weather. The plans, however, went through Friday. Some of. the jobs which were completed: taking down storm doors and windows and replacing them with screens, washing windows . in the classroom, building and chemistry laboratory, cleaning the swimming pool, clearing the tennis court, replenishing the wood pile, and cleaning the grounds in general. Every, evening before Mr. Turnbull's term papers and travelogues are due, the. eight: girl suite study room, looks as if it. were a newspaperman's haven. Theclickr ing of typewriter keys, the scratching,, of- pencils, the . rustling ' of papers, and the 6:00 A. M. deadline verify this fact.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

_CheimcalSoeiety Has Get-Together The Erie division of the American Chemical Society met recently at Behrend Center. It is this society that sponsors Louis W. Balmer, our chemistry instructor, on the air each Saturday. _, Speaker for the recent ACS meeting was Dr. Charles F. Fryling, supervisor of emulsion polymerization • research with the Phillips Petroleum Company in Phillips , Texas. He spoke on "Low Temperature Chemical Rubber." Jack Spacht is now among the elite on the campus since he got his new Chevrolet. The zoology class of Behrend Center dissected their first frog last week.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Welcomes All T. Reed Ferguson,. aoLminstra tive head, set to welcome high school seniors, parents, friends and visitors to the Center Campus daring: the Open House - Program.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Center Chatter By Sal Dickson Ha this, probably the last issue of The Nifctany Cub, we would like to give a fairly well-rounded picturs ot the social life around the Behrend Center campus a§ we have seen it. First we would like to say goodbye to the happiest and best known couples of the year. First, and liappiest, are Judy and Wes; next, and a tie, are Marilyn and . Bill, and Joan and Don. Carol and Bob as well as Nan and Bill are still together after slight difficulties. And of course "Cy" and John are still together! A few of the newer couples, and equally happy, are: Nona and Benny; Ann and Jerry; andJean and Dick; and Judy and Chuck. Mary Hough seems to have found the "man of her dreams," Tom Madden. Tom Pearce still, at this late date, is seemingly happy with his blind dates. Frances Finesod, after all her varied dates, is still true to Johnny, as Meida is to the Navy Oops! And we almost forgot that Betty Lou (2.2) Volk and Al (strike ) Ldebau are still among the campus co...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Meet Your Faculty By Dunk Zimmerman Mr. David Thurbon, Behrend Center's English Department head (and one of our best _baiddies), is •by birth an Erie man but by profession a State Colleger. Lawrence Park, to be even more specific is "Uncle Dave's" old" stamping grounds. It was L. P. . H. S. that claimed some pretty nice athletic records set by "our buddy." It was Mr. ' Thurbon who helped bring iLawrence Park High its first two golf championships. Likewise, it was Mr. Thurbon that played a big role as signal-calling L. H. B. to grab L. P. its first two football crowns. His brilliant captaincy of the basketball team brought sixteen wins and four losses. Track, not to be left out, rounded off his sports prowess where he ran . wild as a low hurdler in the suburban _schools great seasons 1938-39. Don't get the impression, "Mr. T." was just am athlete for if you were to " check the school records, the name of David G. Thurbon would be found as salutatorian of the class of '§9. Aft...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

Personality Of Week Adorable Rita Therese Jackson ranks high on the list of popular girls at Behrend Center. Reet, as she is known to most Behrendites, was born and raised in Corry, Pennsylvania, where she attended the Saint Edward's High School, from which she graduated in June of 1948. Rita thoroughly enjoys life to the point tii-tt her big brown eyes glow with ha-Pi-lAdss day after day. She is slow to anger, and her laughter fills the _ds._initory with a fascinating warmth on even the coldest Erie evenings. Reet is always in a good mood and is forever pulling "clever" little tricks on the dorm girls. One cute trick she's always doing (it's become a habit now) is to turn the cold shower on her roommates while they're taking their baths. She even jumps into the bathtub with ¦them when she doesn't feel like waiting until they are finished, and to top everything, she snores at night. She has embarrassed all of her roommates by falling asleep when Miss Davis, Behrend's Dean, o...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP "Aw, shut up—go lay an egg—kill the referee—kill him Well, I never! Did you see that foul? That was no foul! Oh yes it was! People certainly do insult each other, simply because they can't be good sports! A spectator doesn't agree with a referee or an umpire and he's ready to insult him and anyone else. He "boos" the other team when there is really nothing to boo. When a player on the opposite team makes a spectacular playmany people boo instead of giving the person credit for his achievement. Good sportsmanship not only applies to games, but to every thing in life. We should take every thing as it comes and take it good naturedly. We should never blame our mistakes on someone else. A great person is a person who makes everyone around him feel greatand believe mea good sport is a great person. He will achieve success where others have failed; he will help to leave the world a better place than he found it. Life is a game! It has certain rules, certain barrie...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

% _NITTANT CUB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Etie, _Pennsylvania, published fei«weetely by the Breeze Publishing Co,, North East, Pa DON BLAIR (^i/^^^ b_^^k L R SPIERLING Editor _^ > _%^^^^§ _^^_W_*1_^'J Business Mgr. 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 McGoug-h.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

INTO THE STRETCH The coming of warm weather has made many of us realize how soon this semester will end. Now, just as in freshman weekstudents may be found sitting or sprawling in any available sunny spot. This has been a pleasant year for all of us. For most of us it has gone all too fast. Behrend Center has provided us with good education and the facilities for many varied activities. Dancing, hikingskiing, tobogganing, swimming, archery, ping pong, basketball'—just about anything the students wanted was made possible by the combined work of the adminstrationfacultyand the students themselves. The climax of all these activities will be the Spring Dance on May 6. Open to both students and alumniit will take place in one of the most exclusive country clubs in Erie. Every Genterite should attend! Let's all get dressed and go out to the Kahkwa Club for a dance that will be, fittingly, far superior to any other Behrend event. See you there! Joan Baudmo

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

BE CAMPUS CAUTIOUS Have you ever stopped and noticed Behrend Center's campus? But of course you couldn't help but see how cluttered and misused it is. Why?? It's not the instructors' fault or the caretakers'. Who's left? That's rightit's YOUthe students of Behrend Center. It would be different if we had a gloomy, dirty, old building in the middle of town, but it's not. We have a beautiful house amidst acres of green grass and stone walks—marred by waste papercandy wrappers, cigarette butts, and other trash. Most of it is found on the grass surrounding the administrative building. This isn't necessary. There are waste cans inside the house, rec hall, and the classroom building: where the trash can be disposed. Let's not have to be ashamed when visitors, friendsor students f rom other schools come, here to see the school and surroundings. ' Are you guilty of this crime wave? m _ _-* _' ¦ ' " - Marjone Fleming

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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