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

Willis Gill Uncovers Relics By Ed Grossman Some of the students have heard about Willis Gills Indian relic collection and found it very interesting. Not only has he uncovered relics in other parts of the country, but also right here in our own territory. Willis has been digging in a gravel pit by Wintergreen Gorge, only a few miles from Behrend. So far he has! found an arrowhead, two beads, and a piece of pottery at the gravel pit, about four. ' feet from the surface. He took the arrowhead to the museum and was informed that it had: been, made by. the Iroquois Willis finds that 'digging, for tire most part, " in gravel and loam is the most favorable. Although : . he has ceased his searching, for ;the duration of the winter; season, he plans. to attempt to uncover the old burial mound of the Iroquois in this ter ritory. : ; Willis wishes to inform our readers that anyone wishing to sponsor an . expedition should please see; him, and a safari will be arrangeoVas soon as possible...

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

Convention Held At Ogontz Center The Pennsylvania Association of Junior Colleges held its annual convention. October 31 at the Ogorntz Center of Perm State, which is located near Philadelphia Three members of the Behrend Center Student- Council, Jake Gehrlein, Nancy Elms, and Larry Markham, attended, accompanied by their advisor, ' Mr. Balmer . -The schedule, though crowded, was very worthwhile and consisted of the following: Saturday morning the delegates divided into four groups to discuss the general topic selected at the organizational meeting, which had been held Friday evening. These topics were: social activities, student publications , the relationship between adminstration, student government, and student body, and sports activities. An afternoon meeting attended by all delegates reviewed the relilts of _tHe group discussions.

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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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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Welcome Home Behrend Center Alumni _^NITTANrCLC OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION Volume II—No. 2 * Price Five Cents WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1949 Behrend Center—Pennsylvania State College

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

H0LBR00KS SCORE HIT IN FIRST SERIES PROGRAM ON BEHREND CENTER CAMPUS Autumn Concert Theatre Opens Here The first of the four programs scheduled for the Autumn Con. cert Series was presented Sunday, October 30 at 8:00 P.M. in the Y.W. C. A. auditorium. Hal and Ruby Holbrook presented their "Theatre of Great Person alities" to a near-capacity audience of Behrend Center students, faculty members and parents. The first selection on the Hoibrooks' program was a scene from the lives of Elizabeth and Robert Browning. Some of the Brownings' more popular poetic works were quoted in this scene. Next followed a sketch from Moliere's comedy "Arnolphe and Ana*." The Holbrooks enacted this with a keen perception of light-hearted _eoaedy* aafl delighted tbete audience with a itrsighcfeSrard treatment of this sketch. _Tftr following sketch was the famous scene between Queen Elizabeth and Lord Essex, which took place only a few moments before his execution. In this scene, Ruby Holbrook was...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

HOMECOMING WEEKEND TO SPORT FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES This coming weekend of November 5, marks the date of Behrend Center's first homecoming. Invitations, under the capable direction of Carol Buehler, have already been mailed out to the alumni. The student body, as well as the alumni, are urged to see Dave Schwartz in the reception room as soon as possible after thenarrival to register. The basketball manager, George Miller, is convinced that Behrend's present team is going to give the alumni squad plenty to think about Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Lawrence Park High School gymnasium. After the pw_, a lunch will be served at six o'clock, to be follow ed by a tea for the girls in the master bedroom, while the boys will have a smoker in the library. Ted Edmonds has arranged for Matt Pommer's combo to play in the library for the dance which is to follow. The dance has been scheduled for from 9 to 12 p. m. A slumber party will follow on Saturday evening in...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Founder Mrs. Mary Behrend Through the generosity of Mrs. Mary Behrend, we the students of Behrend Center are able to utilize the facilities of Penn State's college life at this branch extension. 'Mrs. Behrend, Who it _Hvinfe in Greenwich, Conn., now, made a gift of the site in memory of her husband, the late Ernst R. Behrend, founder of the Hammermill Paper Company. At present _^ Mrs. Behrend 1s a member of the Advisory Board for the Center. Her interest in us is great, and her letters to our campus via Mr. Ferguson, administrative head, are written as often as cnce a week. Besides the site for our college, Mrs. Behrend has sent back many pieces of furniture to be used in the library and offices, and she hopes some time to see the present library established as a clubvoom after the addition to the school of an even larger library. This year's student body expresses their sincere appreciation to Mrs. Behrend, and we would like to add her welcome, as we know she would want us ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Dorm Girls Make Plans for Backwards Party On the week-end of November 12, the dorm girls are sponsoring a "Backwards Party" to be held in the Student Lounge. As the name implies, everything scheduled will be a deviation from the usual and a surprise for all. Dorm girls who will head the various committees are Sherry Mullen, general chairman; Betty Coltellaro, decorations; Karen _Oetzoff, advertising; and Nona Hlrsborn, entertainment. One of the highlights of the evening will be a sang and dance routine presented by the dorm girls. All other activities, we hope, can be kept a pleasant surprise for everyone.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Girl from Germany Here at Behrend An interesting student here at Behrend Center is Lore Vogel. She is that cute little girl with the dark hair, and big blue eyes, and a very different accent. Lore spent most of her life in Dusseldorf, Germany. Leaving Germany in 1939, she lived six years in England and in 1945 moved to Akron, Ohio to live with relatives. She attended Strong Vincent High School her junior and senior years. Last Februairy she enrolled at Behrend Center and intends to complete her studies here in June. Lore's ambition is to become a laboratory technician. Lots of luck to you in your future plans, Lore.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Student Council Sets Up Budget For the Year The immediate business before the Student Council is the planning of the school budget. This is one of the most difficult tasks which has to be performed by the -council. The funds on hand may not be sufficient to allot each club its desired sum. Partiality toward any one club will not be permitted or tolerated by any council member during the decisions, according to Dr. Edward Quade and Mr. Thomaa Turnbull, faculty advisors for th* eatmcll. i e

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Bridge Included In Leisure Party Tuesday evening, November 1, marked the beginning of a leizure time class series for all interested adults living in the vicinity of Wesleyvlle, Lawrence Park and the Erie area. Instruction will be given every Tuesday evening for one and a half hours during an eight week period. Included in the twelve courses presented are: bridge, millinery, skiing, accounting, and music app recaition and others.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Familiar Faces Who Will Return For Homecoming

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Under Pressure By Joe LaRocca Trembling with apprehension and anticipation, I stepped up to the foul line, nervously twisting the basketball in clammy, perspiring hands. The experience depicted a classic illustration:—the championship game, score tied, seconds to go, one foul to _phoot, and the difference between winning or losing the game; emerging as hero or heel. Desperately I tried to relax, employing all the tricks Coach had taught us. "Take a deep breath. Revolve the ball between your palms to attain perfect balance." Why did the "dratted" ball seem so heavy? The basket never appeared that small before, I thought, and where wa3 the self-confidence that always made me master over the ball? "Maybe I'd better—why doesn't that damn crowd keep quiet 60 1 can concentrate?" Then in that moment of tension and anticipation the crowd hushed momentarily. "No, no, make more noise! Scream! Shout! Yell!" The silence weighed too oppressively, too heavily upon my raw nerves. The situa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

The Flatted Fifth By Bill _ftodu oo»-yop-a_>da, _hipptn lay _daad mi-la_, or m squares would say, greetings, mutlo lovers, Can't mov_«, Itt'i talk and think music for a while-Donn« Reed is holding down r violin chair in the Erie PhMnmonic. Approximately 39% of i Student! at Behrend belong v torn* musical organisation, _^c those who are new in Erie, ,ir,> like to go dancing, the YMCA &. YWCA both have dancing every Saturday evening. Vaska Ralph's sweet soprano voice carried well in her solo of "Let Me Always Sing" at the Erie Conservatory of Music recently. The piece was written by Gene Raymond for his wife, of course, _Jeannette McDonald. Little Miss Ralph also teamed successfully with Prank Ziegler, young local baritone, in rendering Don Giovanni's "La Ci Darem." If you have an ear for jazz, sioj in at Bucky's to hear FHd .'SilloU and .his combo. The band plays fine bop, and can cut most combos of their size. Bing Crosby has made a :iew film, "Down Mem...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Meet Your Faculty By Sherry Mullen One of the outstanding teachers at Behrend Center is Mr. Thomas _Purnbull, who at present is an instructor in the Pennsylvania State College, and Curator for the Erie County Historical Society. Mr. Turnbull was born in Sagamore, on April 24, 1916 but spent his school days living in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. He attended Indiana State Teachers College and received his B. S. degree in 1938, As an instructor, he was head of the Senior High School History Department at Ridgway_, Pennsylvania and also coached football and basketball. He spent from 1941 to 1946 in the army, where be waa promoted from a private to an officer. After «**ving _thirty _montl_* in Ireland, he. went from there to Scotland, England, France, Belgium, Holland and Germany, where he end ed up in the army of occupation in Berlin. With his discharge in 1946, he attended the University pf Pittsburgh for his Masters Degree. Puring 1947-8 he was assistant to Doctor Ferguson of t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

4 Let's f alfe It Over One of the basic needs of Behrend Center is a combined gymnasium and auditorium. The advancement of a drive to raise money for this project should be given our serious attention. This is one of the facilities which would add to the betterment of the college as well as the growth of our social and physical abilities. A dramatic club has been started under a great handicap. It has no stage on which to perform, and a classroom is not the best place to learn the art of acting Indoor sports can be played only under difficult circumstances. If we use another gymnasium, we run into transportation problems. There is also the problem of time. A combination gymnasium and auditorium is financially cheaper than two separate buildings and would be more advantageous. Because of the immense cost of this type of project, results can not be expected in a short space of time. If the students show interest in this plan by talking about the need of such a building, thoughts...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Personality Of Week M y _Roiirt. _AUmy nvr Soot timn ia hit _itttklitf tH\, Bert's _popularity Jmrt ean't b# but. On the _twmtyrflfth of Novtmber he m«d« _hia parent* glad, Uppn coming to Behrend h« wai a Vincent grad. rhls light haired fellow has merry brown eyes, n the field of teaching his ambition lies. le's fond of music by Neil ' harles' band, nd "The Lucky Old Sun" is really grand. When it comes to running, five miles Isn't far, For in track he was a Vincent star. Glee Club, Dramatics, and Cross otuftwy hfi l». for torn Mhrtn* _muvium i_*. _tuttt him. He likes to play plnoehlt and _plng pong, too, Whan there isn't any homework; for him to do, Mom'i spaghetti ia the food he like* best, ' After a rid* In Al's oar he needs, a long rest. His favorite colors are yellow and blue, And he's probably known as "Ray'! to you. By this time you must know the, name of this one, That's right, I'm speaking of Ra_^ Bertelsen.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Language Club Elects Officers Last week the language clubs were officialy started. The electing of officers woe the first thing on the agenda. The French Club elected Ed Portz and Bill Nelson as its co-presidents and Lore Vogel as its secretary. Because of the various schedules of the Spanish students, the Spanish Club will meet in two different sections Don Maclver and Joe La-Rocca were elected as the presidents of these sections while Joan Rinderle and Marty McShane will take care of the duties of the secretary. The clubs are being sponsored by Mr. _Balferman who will help to have both the necessary academic background and technical training. Classes meet two nights a week At the end of five years a valid certificate or diploma is presented to those who qualify. plan the program for the yerar. All those taking a foreign language should be interested in joining one _«of these clubs. Not only will it give you a chance to increase your cultural background but it will help you...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Welcome Alumni Alumni week end is just around the corner, and I am sure everybody at Behrend Center is looking forward to this great occasion. As a representative of Behrend Center, I welcome all of you to an exciting week end. We hope that you will enjoy this first homecoming, and may it bring back many memories of your freshman year Among the various activities in progress, is a basketball game between the Behrend Center Varsity and the Alumni, which will be followed by a tea later in the afternoon. In the evening there will be a dance, followed by a slumber party in the girls' dormatory. The eventful week end will be climaxed by a dinner in the dining hall. All the faculty and the students wish you a happy and enjoyable week end! Have fun, and make it one of the most memorable experiences of your _college life. !*• V •

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

fU _MITTANV CUE IrttMlikrt _OmiVmt II1141, Mt>w •_iliUl _aubllatiiaa (m _ika _lUdeatTSdf •? _NmujtIvmU ItiU _OMOfC _Kfciwu Stater, Iria, _Ptaniylvaaia, PuaUtbwl W._waskly by the BfMM _PutUifeiat Co., _Kottk tut 9* Acting Editors PATRICIA SULLIVAN BEVERLY GEPNER * Staff Nancy _Hartman, Betty Coltejlaro, Jim Kissman, Nancy Moncton, Jack Abele_, Sherry Mullen, Donna Dunbar, Joseph Smith, Roberta Alloway, Judy Savage, Elmer Rothrock, Sally Silhol, Ed Pastewka, Karen Getzoff, Qlga Ekimoff, Pauline Nellis, Ruth Lyne, Dave Schwartz, Jim Davies, Marilyn Mc-Shane, Nona Hirshorn, Donna Goodman, Bonte Wilson, Julius DiVecchio, Shirley Orr, Owen King, Eugene Smith, Chuck Indyk. Lore VogeL Billie Ann Deuvall. Bill Soder, Toe LaRocca.

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