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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

BEHREND BASKETBALL WIND-UP According to a slight error In the McKeesport paper Behrend Center's floor team bad a total of twenty-six victories and eight defeats over the fading seasons. How dare they say we lost any games! Our "packet-full" schedule ended with a string of four wins and no losses. Jim Milliard was high scorer for the season with a total of fiftynine points, almost fifteen points a game. Although not a point scorer, Ray Reed was one of the most valuable men on the squad. His work under both baskets was flawless and his shots timely. Al Liebau also was excellent off the boards. Although an excellent shot Al had some trouble finding the range at times. Al really hit his stride in the first Dravosburg game when he sank twenty points. Tom Pearce, a dead eye on long shots, played on the outside on both offense and defense. Tom was the main-spring in setting- up the fast breaks. His excellent drib¬ bling and clever ball-handling was a sore spot to .all opponents. An...

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

ATHLETE Of The Week By Carol McKreu Mr. Raymond "Hiya Buster" Reed, or should I say "Ray," as he is better known by the faculty and students of Behrend Center, is well-known for his basketball ability, but few of us know of his baseball career_. During Ray's freshman year In high school, he played third base on the baseball team, and In the summer between his sophomore and junior year, he played third base with an industrial team (a team organized by a manufacturing plant) in competition with other plant teams. After his junior year, when Ray's highest batting average was .412, he was offered a contract with a class D professional team, but because he wanted to continue participating in high school baseball in his senior year, he rejected the baseball contract. Ray's baseball career was not discontinued because of his enlistment in the army after gradua¬ tion from high school in June of '46. While being stationed at Camp Stoneman in California, Ray played third base with the...

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

SPORTS _ • • • at £1 • • • GLANCE By Ottaway and Beniard With the coming of spring the sports at Behrend Center have Increased. Horseshoes, baseball, volley 'ball, archery, golf, and outdoor ¦basketball are in full swing. Construction of the tennis court and cleaning of the swimming pool are now in progress, and will be ready after Easter vacation. Every_* one is eagerly awaiting the beginning of these two _activities. The horseshoe pits, made by the boys of the Physical Education class under the supervision of Mr. Marvin Demp," Athletic Director. Participation in this is not limited to boys alone .for the girls are also showing skill at throwing shoes. We have noticed the sunburns sported, by Shirley Linder and Ray Reed as a result of this. On the campus the girls seem to be exhibiting a lot more prowess at baseball than the fellows-could be because Miss Painter makes them practice more. A volleyball league has been organized for Wednesday nights in the Lawrence Park High Sch...

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's long awaited Bowling Banquet is being held May 11, 1949 at the South Shore Inn, which is located on Freeport Road between Route five and Route 20. Heading the Physical arrangements committee will be John Korn, and Miss Janice Painter, women's physical education ia.-structor. On the program committee will be Miss Ficker, Mr. Thurbon, and Jim Mullard. This convmittee will also make up prize ar_* rangements for winners in the high-low doubles; the Behrend Bowling By Monahan Center league champions; high individual series; high individual game, etc. Transportation will be managed by Dorothy _Holmstrom, Dick Collman, and George Hamilton Everyone is asked to see one of these for room in his car. Dinner will be served promptly _^ at 7:00, and it •;wi]l /.. consist of ¦" 'roast-beef, or ham_?dMher, depend 1 - ing upon-the choice of the students; . Immediately after the dinner there will be dancing to such orchestras as Benny Goodman, Stan Kenton, Carmen _Cavallaro, vi...

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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

Mr. Thurbon Continued from Page Two State's newest branch, Behrend. There is little need to reiterate on our English Dean's life at Behrend, for we all realize the debt owed to form Besides doing a ¦b ang up job as English Composition 1 arid 5 instructor, Mr. Thurbon organized our school paper, the Cub, brought a bowling league into being, spurred our golf team into shape, and handled several projects such as the trip to the Penn_ State—Pitt football game_, (hard as this is to mention.) As for . hobbies, omathology (bird study for you laymen) ranks first with golf crowding the rail. All sports seem to fascinate "our boy." He also likes to read autobiographies and good novels. Among his favorites are: "The Robe" or "The Big Fisherman." Last, but not least, is his love of midnight snacks at which he excells. So with this, probably our last "Cub" edition of 1949, it is only fitting that we salute our founder and "Chief", David G. Thurbon. Lois Braden is a popular gal in Behrend...

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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

Candidates Are Reporting for Behrend Golf An 18 hole qualifying round was held on Wednesday, April 20th, on the Lawrence Park Golf Club layout to determine team members for Behrend Center's first college golf squad. With the local college planning to carry a six man team, there promises to be a stiff battle for positions on the regular lineup. Some dozen or so candidates have registered thus far with Coach Marvin L. Demp. Among them are the 1947 Scholastic Champ Jim Mullard of Strong Vincent and Donald Blair, former number one man on East's divot digging squad. Others include: Ray Reed, Al Liebau, Donald Beal, Vincent Mays, John: Spierling, Ed Kittka, Bob Monahan, Bob Miller, Benny Bernard, Tom Pearce and Joe Rynewicz.

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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

J NOTICE * J Be on the lookout for lan- J J guage film schedules to be post- * ted from time to time. Several J 'interesting shorts about South J J America have been and will be' J shown, either in the Physics _t _*L ab or the Library.

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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

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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 21 April 1949

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

Dorm Dragnet By Lynn Montague Friday, 9:45 a. m.—lam working out of the Nittany Cub office. Chief hands me the Dorm Detail. Some eccentric girls, who inhabit the dorm, are rumored to be harboring a few strong medium-sized horses. My job—track down their hobbies. I begin investigating the situation armed with a sawed-off pencil. First suspect questioned is Lou Laube who answers, "Collecting beer signs." I stealthily sneak into a suite and observe Anne Walsh, perched atop her bunk, writing furiously, a secret code undoubtedly. When asked what she is doing, she counters with, "Writing to Jimmie." Thinking that sufficient, I attempt to <trap Sue Gill and Sue Williams, executing • a real crazy getaway. "Jitterbugging must be their racket," I decided. Crouching behind a "One Mint Julep" record, Jan Jackson waves her white flag and surrenders with these words, "Okay, okay, my line is sabotaging the campus with records by the Clovers." She leads me ' to the head of the ring. ...

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

Snorfscope By Dick Moore November 28 ended the football season with Maryland and Notre Dame, the top two teams for the second year. This winter may see .the unlimited substitution rule revised. Several coaches nave already spoken in favor of. , this, mentioning that costs were not noticeably less under the single platoon system. Saturday, November. 21, found the Lions ending their second at ¦the Smokey City, against the Pitt Panthers. A 17-0 win gave " State a 6-3 record, losing to Wisconsin, iPenn and West Virginia. As <the basketball season swings into action the Behrend Center combine, after winning a preliminary game against the Alumni 27-22 at homecoming, prepares, as we go to press, to meet a highly rated Altoona five at Erie Hall Saturday night, Dec. 5. Coach Miller is hoping his balanced squad can pace the down staters. For board work he's depending on Benacci; Nagel, Moore, Brandt, and Seyboldt. At the guard positions, showing speed and deception, are Haney, ...

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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

Off and On the Campus By Mary Ann Jackson Here we are back to th e old grind after a peaceful (?) Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. Lane returned more confused than ever, walking around with his coat on inside out, collar turned up, and his glasses on upside down. He even walked into 'Mr. Thurbon's E. Comp. 1 class on Monday to teach German. The snow came too, and drove Al Brooks and Noreen Knoll into a library they can't walk the nature trail anymore. Banb Edelman arrived and brought with her the "Froth." Even John McGraw is back. Noticed a few changes on the campus since we g ot back. Joe Schmitt has changed his curriculum; he is no longer taking up space, h e switched to seamanship. You can see him steering his craft in the southwest corner of the first floor in the classroom building. Eleanore Bitzer is now going steady and has the best wishes of Jack Ubbersack, Hans Honowinkle, Fritz Fon Robensnitch, Otto Keib_, and Willis Gill. Also noticed the "iron curtain" on the second fl...

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

Chenne (Cont'd) Continued from Page 2 I can tell he's not strictly from hunger because I can see it spilled all over that .brown rag he laughingly calls a suit, that he eats well. I'll bet that rag stands alone in the corner, if he takes it off before going; to bed that is. Wac-ky "Coffee in her veins" Borkowski seems to have a great fascination for all the would be cats on campus. I say would be, be cause they try but sure louse it up good. Willis Pretty Boy Gill, Jerry No Other Could Be So Repugnant Sandlestein and Ed There Just Aren't Words In The Webster to Describe It Grossman are a few of the little ones she mo¬ thers. Maybe it's her very strong desire to write science fiction that draws her. to them. They sur € look like fugitives from War of the Worlds_^ anyway. These dorm girls are really gone this year, or should be anyhow. I was out taking my midnight stroll the other night, (I have to every night, master's orders you know?) and I happened to see chubby (that's th...

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

Stop the Presses By Anne Walsh Stop the presses! Syb Shay, girl editor, sits at her table. Just as she is about to give up and drown .the Nittany Cub in Murine (used to lubricate tight eye balls at 3:00 in tlie morning) Dot Kelly, assistant editor, re porter, and typist, falls into the room ' gasping "Scoop! scoop! Anne Walsh just dropped 75 stitches and is- heading toward Whitey Mioore brandishing a loaded knitting 1 needle." Lead: Boy found dead in swimming pool, argyles in hand, knitting needle in back. .Tears of joy come to Syb's eyes. "Good old Anne (copy boy and general nuisance) ;• out making news again."- ; . ¦ . "All right, Dot," Syb barked "call her in." /; • •. ""Right, chief! Say, chief, I got the word that they're going; to break the dorm girls goodies ring-. They'll never get them with old Lump Lardo driving the get-away car ( ?)." . "Well, if it isn't Dangerous Dave, the smiling Englishman, our spy into the underworld." "Got a hot tip. Hot checker game raided ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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