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

THE NITTANY CUB

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 November 1949

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Centerites Welcome Mrs. Mary Behrend Campus Founders Visit to Highlight Many Social Functions All Behrend Center students have heard of Mrs. Mary Behrend and of the _many things she has done for this campus. However, few students have had the opportunity to meet and talk with her. On Thursday, January 19th, Mrs. Behrend is coming to visit our campus and she will remain here until Saturday. During her stay in Erie she will reside at the home of Mrs. Florence Walker, a close friend. The main purpose o f Mrs. Behrend's visit is to meet with the advisory board and discuss arrangements for a scholarship to be awarded in memory of her son, Warren. Scheduled functions for the duration of Mrs. Behrend's visit will include teas, board meetings and informal conversations with Friday afternoon at 3:00 there will be a tea for all Behrend students. This tea affords an opportunity for the students to meet and talk with Mrs. Behrend. Saturday at 2:00 a meeting of the advisory board will ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Unusual Gifts Grace Campus The people or Behrena center, students, faculty, and administration personnel—really gathered around the local college's main library in wide-eyed and pleasureable wonder the other day as an unusual and invaluable collection of items was brought in. Mrs. Manr B._^BehraMLdonar of the m eemaa ••«¦«• and ttrtafa colonial style buildings comprising the Center's campus, and also a presenL _^ member of the advisory board, had just sent what probably could be considered a 1950 Christmas gift to the school—a unique assortment of costly antiques and miscellaneous items. Several rush bottom chairs were among the first articles to appear, and these were quickly followed in rapid sequence by three rush bottom ladderback chairs, a quaint green glass Meistertrunk stein and a set of Nystrom maps with recording barometer. The next item caused a bit of head scratching by the group of interested spectators until someone came up with the information that it was a ship'...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Thurbon to Teach Course In Journalism JournaHtmtftO, » new _sublet, makes its debut at Behrend Center next semester under the direction of Mr. David O. _Thurbon, acting head of the Behrend Center Knglish department. Approved by Professor F. C. Banner, department of Journalism head for Penn State, the course was first introduced in the Potts ville and Hazelton Centers. It will be carrying one credit for one netting a week. Pbi* iMtasfS' IMwnsttd to Journalism this course offers excellent instruction in the simpler fundamental of news, editorial, and feature writing. Mr. Thurbon has written for several newspapers following his work in journalism as a related field subject during his undergraduate work at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Secretarial Course To Be Offered at Behrend Center The approval by the college senate of a two year secretarial course marks a new milestone in Behrend Center's growth. Designed to meet the terminal need of high school graduates who wish to prepare for entrance into business positions, the curriculum provides training in a wider range of courses than is found in the ordinary type of business training. The new business course carries full college credits and a certificate is granted to students who successfully complete it. In addition to the typical business courses such as shorthand, typing, office methods and accounting, the students will study principles of economics, advertising and salesmanship, business organization and management, American history and many nt.hprs

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Ski Tow Information Attention, all skiers! The tow,0 .1 "1 "6 ™ » mouniea on runner* is completed and along with a few (which will make it possible to hundred students and faculty m °v_« the tow to _different etavamember* ix _wMina tar thti first _tiODS on the hill. _^.ApnUa_*urr t«*Ya»m* January *, and proved yvrt *_to> cessful. The tow will travel 7 miles an hour, and is driven by 2 electric motors, with a total of 6 H. P. Approximately 10 people will be able to go up on the tow at once. An old dog house was secured to cover the tow. the former canine d«Oretoldji to _Q» JMPMUS _Wp»* eera tar their many boor* of iwrk: Bill French, Bin Wisgirda, Uoyd Bash, Bob _Olsiwwstt, Charles Skldmore, Paul Hunter, Ted Edmonds, Jack Bindeman, Don Mac-Iver. These fellows were under the capable direction of Dr. Edward Quade, physics instructor.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Student Council May Shorten Activity Period In all probability Behrend Center will have only a one hour activity period next semester. The administration is planning to schedule classes during the second hour. Last year the Center's activity club groups planned and led the assembly programs, but so far this year nothing has been done by the clubs to arrange programs. Because of the amount of time spent on campus activities the Student Council might draw up a point system whereby each activity and office held will carry a certain number of points The students will have to maintain an average in direct proportion to the number of their activity Doints.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Madame Zyp Mary Jane Davis, «_titH_»ii instructor, reads the fortune of Bfllle Ann Deavall at the Behrend Center Carnival, Careful, BO-1U1

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

By Roberta Alloway From all reports, Centeritcss certainly _enjoyea their Christmas holidays. Lets reminisce once again our vacation period and see how our staden.s spent their leisure hours. Dick Beighey, Joan Mehler, and Bill Nelson Degan u_.ie Holiday season by _attending a jnvate dance. Incidentally, Dick is now a twin. Santa left him and Donna Reed twin sweaters. Quite clever, kids! Many familiar faces from B. C. were seen at the Peppermint Ball. Nancy Reed, Donna Frum, Wayne Phiel, Bob Humphreys, Joan Christoph, Bugs ViVecchio, Jack Overocker, Nancy Flath, Bev Oepner, Dick Ripley, Wendy and Ray Bertlesen, Larry Sample, Pauline Nellis, Carol Buehler, Donna Dunbar, Mel Seifer, Jim Fisher, Carl Shillif, and Jim Moore were just a few of the 1200 that attended. Behrend Ranter A social activity for the girls was the tea given by Nancy Moncton. Many of Behrend's lassies were seen enjoying this afternoon event. Jake Bixby and Dick Jell played host at a New Year's Eve Party to st...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Meet Your Administrators ntferviscm at _tfce_, _jfe_%paer. ffjatlng _Sotppliat ajft| jfoh_^joadh« _talunt In _To>^iu .feu _; '*¦ „„ ¦— 1 mjgtffm ¦^^^^¦ ¦ ¦' _jKt_^m By Ruth Lyne Walter P. Dickinson, Behrend, assistant administrative head and Penn State district representative for the 7-county ana served by the Center, la one of the most interesting personalities at our Institution. Bom on April 2, 1918, Mr. Dickinson hails from West _Pittafcja, Pa. He graduated from high school there, and then ( here comes a. surprise) played trumnet in a professional dance band for a j_^ar. incidentally, he is able to _playjmy horn in an orchestra. Later, _J_^e decided to take a year of graduate work in West _Pittstbn. At Penn State he majored in forestry and minored in English. A member of the Beta Kappa fraternity, he served as vice-president fox his chapter. His activities in college were indeed numerous. Aside from his studies he found time _to_^_artjgifiejte ia the BTue~_$an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

COME ON, GALS What has happened to the Girls' Ping Pong tournament at Belirend? The _tournament was intended to be for the enjoyment of those students who like to play. But although the contest has run nearly four months, it is fairly safe to say that probably not more than five games have been played since it began. Those girls who started at the bottom of the list in the ladder tourney are still in their same positions. Surely this list is long enough to create plenty of competition for anyone who wants it. Those girls who do play, seem to be playing only unofficial games. .And there are those also who have not played at all. Come On, girls, there's no reason to be shy about it! If every girl waits to be challenged, the tournament will remain as a lot of deed wood. The girls very often are unable to get the table for a'3-game series because some of the boys seem to have the aajftaken _WwLttet the pig _rxJng _e<jr/ij>m'eiit is their iHvctfce _property. They seem...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

THE NITTANY CU Personality of Week _p_5;» * By Edward Pastewka In 1953 the teaching profession will have a bright addition. For at that time one of Behrend Center's pert lassies will be ready to step out into the world with four years of college under her belt. And if this first year is any indication, they will be memorable ones. This very popular girl is president of the Dramatic Club, on the activity board and a hopeful for the basketball team. When she isn't busy studying or partaking in these activities, she may be found in her room listening to hev music box. But she can always find Ume to argue politics with one and all comers, which may explain Why she considers history and Mr. Tumbull her favorite subject and teacher. This native of Clairton, Pennsylvania, who lncidenny waa 18 on December 29, fills out a busy day by reading, listening to classical music, or swimming, each of which she loves to do. Dancing is another of her musts, with Dave Rose as her favorite ban...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

One Among Five By Pat Wade I sat down with best intentions of writing as good a theme as possible to meet the deadline for D Ootnp I class on Monday morning; but the conditions here are not _conducive to anything that takes concentration. The situation is this; rm baby sitting at Dickinsons, and I guess you know what that means. Seven year old Charles, in one of his auieter moods, has my suspicions aroused. The last time he was this quiet, I found him letting the water out of the washer and onto the floor. This, I think, is the calm before the storm act. At six, Dallas, of course, is precious but why, oh why, must he ask so many Questions? It's cute, though, the way he prefixes each one with'"Potty Wade!" And it's hard to believe that the "little guy," _*ge five, who looks so sweet and angelic when asleep at night, turns into this wild Indian by day. Gary, I mean. At the moment he's using the back of a chair for a horse, and he'll break his neck if I don't get him down. At...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

_^ _mitta _wv r_._tiK _EtUblithed October 26. 194?, »*tf»e official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania glate College, _fcehrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze _Publishing Co,, North East Pa. _Acting _Editors PATRICIA SULLIVAN BEVERLY GEPNER _• Staff Nancy Hartman, Betty Coltellaro, Jim Kissman, Nancy Moncton, Jack Abele, Sherry Mullen, Donna Dunbar, Joseph Smith, Roberta Alloway, Julie Savage, Elmer Rothrock, Sally Silhol, Ed Pastewka, Karen Getzoff, Olga Ekimoff, Pauline Nellis, Ruth Lyne, Dave Schwartz, Jim Davies, Marilyn Mc-Shane, Nona Hirshorn, Donna Goodman, Bonte Wilson, Julius DiVecchio, Shirley Orr, Chuck Inch k, Lore Vogel, Billie Ann Deuvall, Bill Soder, Toe LaRocca.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

DO YOU SPEED ON THE ROAD ? Have you noticed the road lately? Kind of bumpy isn t it? Not only is it bumpy, but it's sloppy and muddy. And although the road is in bad condition some people still persist in speeding on it. The speed limit is fifteen miles an hour, yet not many of you adhere to it. Why must you people with cars speed? Not only are you ruining your cars but you're jeopardizing the lives of other people. And if you can't be considerate of those people why not stop and think about the little children playing on or near the road. You know they too have a right to live. Would you want to be responsible for killing a child? I doubt it. So please be careful and drive slowly. B. A. D.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

4 b • if9 p v dVW-p-o'_^ s e o p _W _bWtf~_tfVk SP 6 RT S p I a s h e s ti 4 A Jk ra _AannnnAAAAnnAnnnn _Hl_fVITjf_^ n_ gf__Pi ">ri_ntff "•?* ! i n ** ** ** i** f* n *1 r "" By Jim Davles Song! What was that? Probably that was this year's boys varsity basketball team following Its first game win over the alumni with a victory over the G. E. Apprentice team by a 54-27 score. Diminutive Pete Nenni led the locals with 15 points. And speaking of basketball teams, "Coach" Picker has really surprised everybody with a fighting girls team. Although they dropped a close one in a practice game with some girls on a pick up team, they came back with flying colors to turn back the Erie Independents by a score of 36-17 in an official City Recreation Girls League contest, the opening game in the league for the Behrend lassies by the way. "Little Jane" Whitney played rings around her guards and dumped in 16 points for high individual mark. She was followed closely by her two forward pa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Strikes and Spares By -Bugs" DlVecchio The New Year, that is, 1980, has arrived and everbody seems to be full of strength and energy, for everyone started the year right by showing up for bowling this time. In other words, we had a dandy crowd again a* earlier in the year. Seems to me practically everyone is bettering his or her score, especially Marty McShane, Nancy Hartman, John Stahl, Dick Beckman and Ken Nelson. But I guess I do have to mention that some dropped this time, people like "Headpin" Jack Abele . Dick "Slow Bait" RipUy, Jack Overocker, Pappy, Doc Quade and Lefty Ed Porte. A new high for th« girls came plonking into tfte record book* or chuckle or well, just join in the fun. A powerful new team total was set this past session, also with 873 being hammered out by the Falcons composed of Ronnie Schultz, Nan Hartman, Nan Flath, Ray Bertelsen and Al Obmann. Here are some new resolutions in the league: the Penguins resolved to get a new captain who can bowl with mat...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Behreod's Priviliged Character By Edward _Pastewka We here at Behrend Center are extremely honored by the presence of any _interesting _personality. Perhaps what makes this persona_^ ity so interesting is the _sufferings he has undergone, for _thctriala that this individual has endured have been horrifying and shocking. Being burled alive when young by your own mother is not the most enjoyable incident which may happen to you. By having survived these tribulations this personality has sequestered to a quiet campus Mfe and has become one of lhe brightest features we have the good fortune to possess. They say that friends mean more in your life than money, and if that is true we have here in our midst a millionaire, for no one is able to refuse the friendly, pleading eyes of this illustrious character. And often he has been the envy of all males when he is cuddled by the weaker sex. There are not many who possess the honor and respect that this individual has received. It is not...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 20 January 1950

Day Tech to Offer Dental Secretarial Course of Study ter is planning, a curriculum In Dental Secretarial studies. Just approved by the College Senate, it will be a one year course and will begin next fall. The studies will be similar to that of the liberal arts program and will consist of 15 units in the first semester and 16 units In the second. In addition to the regular studies, there will be seven hours a semester of general practicum in a dentist's office. A cooperative program with interested dentist in the area is now being arranged with several prominent ones who have already, expressed their desire to participate. Upon completion of this course a student is qualified for a dental secretarial Job; and, although the curriculum does not carry college credit, a certificate will be given to illustrate the amount of work covered. In addition to the curricula in -business administration and tool design now offered in the Day Technical Institute, Behrend Cen-Next Column

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