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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

AN EDITORIAL Pun is fan on the campus buj there a... ;¦ . ie_*v things thai should be ::._ksn seriously anc one of Dhc.-i is the election oJ .lass _i.£L. i * and representadves. It wu.i._a appear, however. ;hat the _mij_^rity of the student icdy did _no. .-agard last Thursday's _eiezuch. of officers rn iiau lig-nL. V.-li no ill iinpli-..:: L: .... ¦ _e sleeted, let us dew _Uie fac.;, in the case. Tc j_^ .n 1:1 ia I_22Z man one third _i th_3 si.udfc.at bedy attended he assembly and that certainy is .net a justifiable representation cf the majority of the ;tudents. In the second place .he attitude of most of those .•resent was far from coniucive to fair ' and orderly ileeti'cn. Sadly enough there ._vere even some present who rerarded the whole proceedings as some sort of joke. Our smallness in number at 3ehrend can be either an asset or a detriment, depending on the way we utilize the fact. Most will agree that the _smaller the class the better will oe the mastery- of the subjec...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Personality of the Week It's about time we gave credit to the person who named our newspaper. He is . the original "Yes-s-s-s-s man", Bill Klaban. Bill was born in Swissvale, Pa., which according to Bill, and we quote, "is the town of which Pittsburgh is a suburb." Bill is z good-looking blonde; his eyes art blue. He is all of 5 ft. 10 in., ancweighs . . . aw! . . . you ask him: Bill is a cheerful addition to an_> crowd, as most of us have alreadj learned. After his graduation from high school Bill enlisted in the good ole United States Marine Corps. He was stationed at Parris Island, Camp Perry, Ohio, and Camp Le-Jeune. He is quite modest about the fact that he attained the rank of corporal. Getting Bill to answer questions about himself is like pulling teeth; but we did manage to grab a fewchoice molars. To keep him happy and contented you can serve him steak and French fries anyday. He's mad about Tommy Dorsey's arrangement of "Stardust". When Chemistry starts to get...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

_^_jjpk MUblt SHII -MEMOS By Marjorie Fleming Residents of Erie and surrounding districts thrilled to the music of Gene Krupa and Carmen Cavallaro and their orchestra Friday evening, October 22, in the Erie armory. Those who .attended this affair were completely captivated by the distinctive styles of both artists. Carmen Cavallaro, appropriately called the "Poet of the Piano," kept his audience enthralled. His renditions of a few classics, mingled with the more popular songs of the day in his own unusual piano style, was definitely a treat for music lovers. Among the numbers he played are "Deep Purple," "Stardust," "It's Magic," and a few Latin American novelties. Bob Lido, Cavallaroi's vocalist, helped to complete the evening's entertainment. Following his coast to coast tour, Cavallaro and his orchestra, for the second consecutive year, will open at the Astor Roof in New York city for an eight weeks engagement. Also on the bill, Gene Krupa gave forth with the "hot" music_...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

The Frog Oh, pity the poor little froggy Who ain't got no tail, almost hardly. He slipped on a hump, And he fell on his bump, Where he ain't got no tail, almost hardly. County. . ¦ Mr. Ferguson is an enthusiastic Perm State alumnus. He did graduate work in art at Harvard University and at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduating from college Mr. Ferguson supervised art for four years in Chester county and one year in Cumberland, Maryland He was then transferred to the Pottsville Center. Mrs. Ferguson, the former Cornelia Carpenter, attended St. Mary's school for girls in Peekskill, New York. Before her marr iage she was a nursery school teacher in Princeton, New Jersey, Mrs. Ferguson's father, Dr. J. S. Carpenter, is a well known physician in Pottsville. The Ferguson's only child, Cornelia, was born December 27, 1947. This charming little dorm mascot has many willing baby-sitters. The canine members of the Ferguson family are Taffy, a cocker spaniel, and her four pup...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

By Jeannine Barnhart "TOMORROW WILL BE BETTER"- Betty Smith This is similar to her "Tree Grows In Brooklyu". The story of Franny and FranRae, who marry young, and like the young think their life together will be a bed of roses. They soon learn otherwise: in that rests the main part of the novel. The times they share, both joyous and sad make this a book well worth reading. "PEONY"- Pearl S. Buck Peony, a.little Chinese girl, is the companion of her master's small son. As Peony grows older she learns to love the boy very deeply. With her assistance, he marries a lovely Chinese girl, instead ' of the girl his parents had chosen for him. What Peony does when the ' boy realizes he has always loved her, I leave for you to find out.- "PEACE OF MIND" Joshua Loth Liebman One of America's best-sellers in nonfiction; critics say it "should be placed in the hands of every liberal minister." It is being read by teachers to their pupils, and is highly praised by the large majority. It blends...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Know Your Faculty By Dorothy Hobnstrom Respected by all students is Mr. T. Reed Ferguson, the administrative head of Behrend Center. Few, however, know him as an individual. Mr. Ferguson lived on campus most of the summer in order to supervise the renovation of the buildings. Before coming to Behrend Center Mr. Ferguson acted as assistant administrative head at the Pottsville Center where he was also an insructor of art. He was granted a two years leave of absence from Pottsville in order to serve as field director of the American Red Cross at Pearl Harbor and other parts of the Hawaiian Islands. Mr. Ferguson was also technical illustrator and editor of the handbook for pilots published by the Consolidated Vulture Corporation. Our Mr. Ferguson comes from Lancaster County. He is the only son of Dr. T. Reed Ferguson, who died in World War I, and Mrs. Ferguson, who is now principal of an elementary school in Lancaster

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Clubs Are In the Making SPANISH—Many activities are being planned for-the members of the Spanish Club. Soon each member will have some one in.Mexico to correspond with, all the letters will be written in Spanish. There also may be the possibility of bringing an expert from Penn State to address the group. The club itself has an authority in the person of our own Don Blair. At the last meeting Don told of his experiences in Monterrey and Laredo. Mr. Belferman brought Spanish magazines, papers, and songs to show the club. CHORAL CLUB The Choral Club .is repeating its plea for any copies of choral arrangements. The club has set Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 to 2:00 as the time for their meetings; the place is the student lounge. If you are interested there are places still open for both singers and pianists. All persons who have already joined are urged to attend every meeting. So far the

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Bowling By BETTS _*U#I Our bowling league is really starting to roll now. The excitement of the first weeks is wearing off, and we are settling down to the task of beating the other teams. Scores are on the increase too, as we become more skilled at the bowling game. Speaking of skill, someone ought to inform a talent scout of Gene Chesley's ballet ability. Very _graceful delivery you have there Gene. I overheard Miss Painter complaining about not making any strikes all the time she has bowled in the league. Last week, Carol McKrell let fly with a ball right back at the seat where Ed Cunningham was peacefully keeping score. Carol, the "maples" we speak of are not in Ed's head, they're at the other end of the alley. Mr. Demp was making a few trial approaches to the pins and he remarked how hard.it was to bowl without a ball Brilliant deduction, Demp, brilliant deduction. Congratulations are in order to three or our top bowlers. " Al Libav, Tom Pearce and Mickey Monahan al...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Girls Active In Campus Sports How About the Sports Girls, That is!. Well how about them, there just isn't much to say. About the only activities along the line at present take place during the physical education classes. We have played some softball, hiked in the gorge, and played a little volleyball in the Wesleyville Methodist church gym, but that's about all. And its not because we don't have the faculty lowship we receive by participaand Miss Ficker are all for anything along that line. Miss Painter says there will be an archery club organized in the spring and that will be swell, but thats not until spring. What about now!. Besides the enjoyment and fellowship we receive by participaing- in sports it is just plain good for us. Everyone needs variety and after a long day of study nothing makes you feel better than to re¬ lease your physical energy in a speedy game of baseball or by taking a dip in a pool. Recently I was talking to Miss Ficker, who incidentally is a great...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

SPORTS At a Glance! By Dunk Zimmerman The war cry of Erie county's field and stream frequenters resounded o'er hill and dale last Monday to initiate the 1948 small game season. As for results, however, the local game seemed quite successful in eluding the Centerites, with the exception of a few Willy Shortt had a twinge of good luck Wednesday morning and succeeded in bagging a rabbit on the school grounds. "Speed" Dunn hasn't been too successful but is still diligently trying. His excuse is "bad weather". Miles Harvey has decided to spend his hunting days without a gun due to his dexterity afoot. He almost strangled his first rabbit last week, but Bre'r Rabbit proved to be just a mite too fast for Miles. Duck season is fast waning and probably this is best for the duck population in the United States is suffering heavily and has dropped of tragically in recent years. This is the reason for the shortened season. By the way, you hunters who are interested in down-state hunting; be...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Basketball Team May Be Formed No, there is no gymnasuim. We do, however, have access to the Lawrence Park High School Gymnasuim every Wednesday night from eight to ten p. m. at which time the boys get a good workout playing basketball. The majority of the fellows who show up every Wednesday night are Interested in representing the center in seriously considering entering one of the local leagues if it is possible. Some of the boys who regularly attend for practice are A. Liebau, G. Hamilton, R. Reed, K. McDanneil, J. Musser, D. Dunn, R-. Metz, T. Pearce, B. Gallagher, F. Hichcoch, G. Brownlie, G. Chesley, B. Nelson, R. Sturgulewski, Howe, D. Collman, T. Simonian, J. Rynewicz and J. Pagpnis. It is expected in the very near future to start in Intramural Basketball League. About thirty boys have signed up already and more are doing so everyday. Games will be played on a week day night. Intramural wrestling practise is being held every Saturday moming ' from nine thirty to eleve...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Chesley Captains Champion Team Sitiin' This One Out ¦Not many of us realize that we have a celebrity in our midst. He is Gene Chesley, captain of the North East baseball team, the champions of Erie county. This team won twenty straight games and three play-offs. A banquet was held for them at the Concord Hotel, North East, where each member of the team received a jacket. Another banquet, at which individual trophies were distributed, was held in Erie at the American Legion. Gene's one ambition is to play professional baseball. He would like to play with the New York Giants, but is too young to sign this year. The top batter in North East, he batted 401 in twenty games. Gene plays second base Out of ninety chances at this position, he had only four errors. He has played baseball for three years. This year he played 28 games for the Legion, 7 games for North East county, and 5 . games for the Nasby Indians of Greenfield.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

It's Recorded "Until" (RCA Victor)—We rate this tops, but then who wouldn't, with Tommy Dorsey's smooth choral and orchestral arrangement. It's a pleasant ballad that will wear well. The contrast side, "After Hour Stuff," is a jump instrumental with toe-tapping beat. "Mama's Gone Goodbye" (MGM)—Slick treatment of an oldie by Jack Fina and orchestra. On the reverse hear Fina's fancy keyboard work on "Twelfth Street Rag." "Don't Smoke In Bed" (Capitol ) —Chalk up a little more success for Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour for their rendition of another mood piece. "Everybody Loves Somebody" on the reverse side, sung by Peggy. "Buttons and Bows" (Columbia)—This witty little ditty sungby Dinah Shore is really tops. Reverse side, "Daddy-O." "Slow Boat to China" (Decca)—The song of the day by Larry Clinton's orchestra and Helen Lee. Equally terrific, reverse side, "This Is The Moment."

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

CHALLENGE En garde! Reach for your weapons, all Centerites! Hereby be informed that Instructors Marvin Demp and Dave Thurbon issue a challenge to all members of the student body or faculty. Messrs Demp and Thurbon maintain that they are the unofficial champions of "21"-in basketball on the campus court, and they stated today that they are willing to meet at any time convenient for the . challengers. Take it, students; it's all yours from here on out. Are you going to stand for this? "Incidentally," Mr. Demp also added today, "Mr. Thurbon and I are also available in ping pong, too, but probably everyone realizes by now that we are unbeatable in that field."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Penn State Is Favored Over Temple Owls The mighty Nittany Lions of Ole State act as hosts to the Temple Owls this Saturday in an effort to maintain its unbeaten string after dumping the heretofor undefeated Red and Blue of Pennsylvania last week.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Talk of the Town" Greetings!! This is your Behrend Super Snooper with the latest dirt. Since this is "My Lazy Day" I have been trying to grab a snooze but I heard Don Blair singing "There'll Be Some Changes Made," and now Joan Baudino pipes up with "I Should Care" ... I am happy to see Carol and Bob are still "Together" . . . Betty Lou and Jeannine are harmonizing on "I Wonder," I Wonder"—I wonder what the problem is ...Marilyn Garden takes time out from singing "Till Then" to seal an envelope, but she can't help thinking "You're Never Away" ... At last we find that Mary Hough realizes "It's 'Dawn' Again" . . . Tom Pearce promises he's "Gonna Get A Girl" 'cause he says "It's Easy If You Know How" ...Sturguleuski's theme song in Botany class is "I Wish I Knew" and each time he gives a wrong answer Mr. Shields replies "Better Luck Next Time" . . . John Pagonis is "Begining To See The Light" .. . Why is it that Nancy Merrick told a certain guy with "Dark Eyes" "You've Changed" ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 November 1948

Council Plans Weekend Events A special _meeting of the Student Council was held November 2, at 8 P. M. in the classroom building. Eight oif the nine student members, ana five faculty members were present. The purpose of this meeting was to plan activities for the weekends.' It was voted "that the students should be invited to gather in the student lounge November 6 to listen to the Penn-Penn State, game. The council decided to serve cider and pretzels. November 13, movies of one of the Penn State games will be shown. Mr. Demp will teach some Penn State songs and cheers in preparation for the Pitt game. December 16 was set as a'tenta tive for a Christmas dance. It was unanimously voted that a social committee be appointed to investigate the opinion of the general student body, and then to make a schedule of activities, for the year. This committee is to discuss the number and kind of activities needed and must report to the council at the regular meeting on November 9. The memb...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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