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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

Pitt-Penn State To Clash Nov. 19 Many Behrend Center students are planning to attend the Pitt-Penn State game, which will take place on November 19, at two o'clock, in the Pitt Stadium. More than 100 tickets have been reserved, says Miss Ficker_, faculty advisor to the activities committee. Miss Picker also reports that the transportation problem Is still unsolved. Will those students who are _foag, sad have cars, either ftU them and tarn in the names or let Miss Ficker know how many students you will be able to take?

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

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

Ferguson Talks On College Studies Strong Vincent High School listened to an account of college life Thursday evening, October 27. Mr. Rex Green, extension registrar; Miss Ruth Capp, assistant to Dean Gerhardt; and Mr. Ferguson of Behrend Center informed the students about the life and studies at Penn State and Behrend Center.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 2 November 1949

LAYER'S For Distinctive Flowers and FLORAL DECORATIONS • 27 West 7th St. 705 Peach St.

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

BERRY'S Bowling Lanes 1026 French St. and 130 West 10th St. BOWLING AT ITS BEST

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

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Penn State Pitt Game Draws Tod Behrend Center Turnout Rah! Rah! Rah! All aboard for the big rock 'em, sock 'em Penn State-Pitt football game this Saturday in the Pitt Stadium. This isn't Just another game, but one that the respective schools look forward to from year to year. Many, many Benrend students and faculty members will be among the cheering throng at the big contest. The students will be piling Into car after car to form a regular traveling caravan from Behrend to the game. This year we hope to raise our big Behrend Center banner before, durlne and after the came. Last First half score 7-0 In favor of Penn State. Some of State's stellar linemen are Hicks and Smidansky at the ends, Negley Norton and Paul Kelly veteran tackles, Joe Drazenovich and Don Murray rugged guards, and Ray Hedderlck or Chuck Beafrty at the center post. The backfield for State will probably look like this: Chuck Drazenovich (brother of Joe) at quarterback, Bill Luther or Vince O'Bara at the tai...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Homecoming Antics Prove Amusing for All Present By Karen _OetzoQ The initial annual homecoming week end started off with a bang Friday evening as last year's centerites returned to their alma mater. The first name to decorate the registration book was Eugene Chesley. Friday night confusion was complete. The alumni joyfully greeted their former instructors while the freshmen of 1950 and their predecessors met with mingled feelings of friendliness and curiosity. After Saturday dinner in an unusually crowded dining room, all Centerites. former, present, and his pa jama tops. Mr. Gottlund cut a fine figure In white. The beaming team made a grand exit amidst hilarious cheers from the benches. The main battle began with the undefeated alumni team as the favorite. The former class president, Tom Pearce, and his teamsters fought hard to hold their lead. They are no longer undefeated. The Behrend students took the game. The highest scorer of the day, Ed Portz, came from Behrend's var...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Thanksgiving Dance Begins Holiday STUDENT LOUNGE AFFAIR WILL CLOSE MID-TERM ACTIVITIES FOR BEHREND COLLEGIANS Already Thanksgiving vacation is upon us, and climaxing the school days at Behrend just before the holiday is the "Gobble Hobble," the Thanksgiving dance to be held in the Student Lounge on Tuesday, Nov. 22, from 8 to 12 p.m. The newly organized Activities Board is sponsoring this latest function, which precedes the school vacation which begins at 12:10 noon on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Tickets are selling for thirtyfive cents a person and fifty cents per couple. All stags, male or female, are most welcome. And board feels justified in asking a charge for this dance because with such a small class the expense of the spring prom for each individual is quite high, otherwise. By charging small amounts for various activities during the year, the cost of the annual spring form_, al will be brought down to a minimum. Tommy Dorsey, Frankie Laine, Vaughn Monroe, and Dick _Haymes w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Directors Discuss Gymnasium Plans On November 7, 1949, a meeting of the Board of Directors was held at Behrend Center. The directors discussed the plans for a gymnasium. Mr. S. H. Campbell presented the new plans, which the college architect has drawn up. Although the board is not starting an immediate drive, they are setting up a fund headed by the treasurer, Mr. Herman Weber of the Hammermill Paper Company, who will open an account and receive or deposit money for the building. The scholarship committee is going to set up a scholarship fund for students. Three men of the advisory board offered scholarships to students in Erie schools. Mr. N. A. Carlson offered a scholarship for a boy from Academy High School. Mr. John A. Zurn offered a scholarship to a boy from Strong Vincent High School, and Mr. E. W. Wright offered a scholarship to a boy from Strong Vincent High School. The members of the advisory Board are: Mr E. W. Nick, President; Mr. R. C. Reed, Vice President; Mr. B...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Penn State Glee Club Due Soon Penn State's famed glee club will be in Erie before too long! The glee club, which made _^ a widely acclaimed eastern tour last year and Is now well on its way to a successful western tour this season, is scheduled to make an appearance at Academy High School on Monday, March 27. Visits Campus Stanley H. Campbell, in charge of community services for Penn State extensions, recently completed a tour of inspection of Behrend Center's facilities. pp_> :m <nat,1 - _>... ¦

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Bargain Bracelets Now in Bookstore Hear ye, hear ye! If you are interested in a bargain, Mr*. Laura LaPointe, Behreid bookstore attendant, states that there is a limited number of sterling silver bracelets left from last year still cm r_»1a in _tYtp _hnnjcstnre. The bracelets, which are priced I irienas or _iamuy at approximately #7.to downtown are to be had for $3.50 each. Mrs. LaPointe adds that there are only _ubout six yet to be sold. Incidentally those postcards that ar» en «*fe to the bookriore are views and scenes from Behrend Center's own gorge and wooded areas, in case you wanted to send some Dictures to your

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Erie' s Mayor-Elect Is Penn State Grad For those of you who are politically minded or just plain Interested, we thought you might like to know that Erie's new mayor-elect, Mr. Clairence Pulling, is a Penn State graduate. Also, Mr. Pulling, who Is vice president of the Erie Penn State alumni association, took a few moments out from a busy election campaign recently to take charge of a meeting of that group in the Student Lounge. Congratulations, Mr. Pulling, and we are happy to hear of your Penn State loyalty and your interest in Behrend Center

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Repertory Group Here on Sunday The famed Repertory Group will conclude the Behrend Autumn Concert Series this Sunday at 8 p. m., in the YWCA auditorium when the actors and actresses in the group present their popular and amusing comic operas. The third program of the series, which took place last Sunday, featured Art Hodes at the piano. All who attended enjoyed Mr. Hodes' explanations, recordings, and demonstrations of the birth and rise of America's jazz

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Hutchinson Brings Equipment Supply Jerry Hutchinson, deputy in charge of extension transportation, just arrived at Behrend Center with a load of miscellaneous equipment 'for the school's nicely developing dispensary and also for the physics department. Carlson, Mr. H. C. Mlchell, Dr. C Herman Grose, Mr. O. R. Frylingr Mr. John A. Zurn, Mr. H. L. R _ISTmmpkt.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Assembly Etiquette "There is an assembly today, are you going?', "Oh, I have other things to do." This is an ordinary conversation between two students on Thursday morning. It not only applies to a few students, but to the great majority. Student Council assemblies are compulsory. Special assemblies may be called by certain clubs if they have the permission of Mr. Campbell. The various clubs are invited to give interesting assemblies. It is at the assemblies that Behrend Center students can show their school spirit. A successful assembly calls for the cooperation of the audience. Here are a few rules of Assembly Etiquette: 1. Don't leave until the speaker has finished unless it is absolutely necessary.This can be deeply mortifying. You wouldn't suddenly walk away in the middle of a personal conversation, even if it bored you. If you know in advance that you are going to leave early, take a rear seat and slip out quietly. 2. Give the lecturer the courtesy of your complete attention...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Behrend Banter By Roberta Alloway A vot« of congratulation* and a nMrtr "thank you" to all member of the faculty and _itudent body who participated in the preparation of Behrend's first Annual Homecoming. November 5 to 7 can hardly be classified as a "lost week-end," for a wonderful time was had by all who attended. Friday proved to be an afternoon of hustle and bustle on various parts of the campus. In the student lounge, Pat Sullivan, Bev. Gepner, Pauline ' Nellis, Jack Overocker_, Carl Gustafson, and Bob Humphrys wondered if they were part of the Solar System themselves after they had cut moons and stars for the dance decorations. Bill Richardson, Nancy Flath, Joan Mehler, Sherry Mullen, Billie Deuvall, and Shirley Orr were seen in the library climbing up and down ladders creating an autumn setting for the Saturday dance. A beautiful job. kids! ant way of starting the day. Rumor hai it that Mr. Damp and his wife are becoming profaialonal _lmltaton upon hli retirement as a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Sawdust-Shavings Club in Progress The 'Sawdust and tsnavings Club," with Harry Turowski as president and Ralph Bish as secretary-treasurer, is buzzing along with great success. Turowski, Bish and others have proven themselves worthy members by helping in the building of the Behrend Center float which was entered in the local Mummer's Parade in Erie. The club members plan to use their own hand tools to accomplish the work which they may do independently in their spare time. A panel board, consisting of tools voluntarily contributed by the members, will be erected in a base ment room under the Kiicnen, ana will be used by members only. The club has a power saw and a jointer is to be bought with funds donated by the 6tudent council. Club plans include the building of skis and toboggans by those in the organization who are interested. The club has also been contacted in regard to the construction of a flagpole. Mr. Arthur Shields, botany instructor, is the faculty advisor for th...

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