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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

Meet Your Faculty By N. Moncton One of the _tMponsJbto Job* at Behrend Center U the organisation ot the #021001*1 library- Our librarian, _Mri. Marian _VrMofe. hat been working very hard to got tb_« books In order arid alee has b«W waiting very patiently._ftrf all the new orders she has placed ~ with various companies to make the library oompietie,-Mrs. Fresch _wa« born in California, . Pennsylvania, (south of Pittsburgh . ) on December 17th, 1927. All her life she has held a special interest and liking for Mrs. Marian Fresch books. She aaid, when asked why stie chose library work as a career "Why, it seemed the natural thing to da" Mrs". Fresch' * interest does not entirely lie with books, However, bectttN'Oiuaia ha* »lw**» stored a Hart- in her < lite Sh_* Joined several «rto_* ©tabs, and played * ben>lyre in an orchestra. She re» memfcers- well _tfce ;_uolo _jwt. she hat| ta a concert when stiU->in junior high school, she played the bast fiddle. Part ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

SEGONDYKARATBEHREND ByJ.S. During the past semester at _Bebreod there, was a. great deal 4>t controversy about a second _yaars There are numerous _rieasona which _prevailed against this, such afi: (1) Penn State operates similar to a big- business and would; not spend; money, improving Behrend unless * profit could be realized * (2) availability of teachers capable of teaching on the college level is not great, (3)/the*number of veterans atterjdjng college* is lessening each, j_^_aiv (4) there are enough colleges in this area that are _pspable Of handling the _ffetw of students graduating from Wgh school. . Ihe outlook an this controversy i» dim; however, the addition of every student* _nrho will attend a small college in preference to the. large college, could possibly make.the board of approval decide in favor of a second year for _Behrend»

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

7_^ NiTi_^_Nrxue Established October 26. 1948 a* the _official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Bebrend Center, Brie, Pennsylvania, _PubUifcsd bi-weekly by the Breeae Publishing Co., North Bait Pa. Acting Editors PATRICIA SULLIVAN BEVERLY GEPNER _• Staff Nancy Hartman, Betty Coltellaro, Jim _Kisstnan, Nancy Moncton, Jack Abele, Sherry Mullen, Donna Dunbar, Joseph. _Sniith, Roberta Alloway_, Julie Savage, Elmer _Rothrpck, S_^_Hy Silhol, Ed Pastewka, Karen Getzoff, CHga Eklmoff, Pauline Nellis, Ruth Lyne, Dave Schwartz, Jim Davies,. Marilyn Mc-Shane, Nona Hirshorn, Donna Goodman, Bonte _WiUoit, Julio* DiVecchio, . Shirley Orr, Chuck Indyk, Lore Vogel, Bailie Ann Deuvall, Bill Soder, Joe LaRocca. "~

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

THE NITTANY CUB

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

_Strikes and Spares Py Bugs DiVecohio Bowling got under way for the second semester with 48 strong and agressive bowlers. It seems that this year bowling is going to be tougher and rougher than last semester. The pins are really flying this time, as evidenced by Uncle Dave with neat 200-204 games, Andy Massello with a sizzling 208, and Jack Abele with a 205 game. Not letting the girls out of the picture, Sally Silhol came through with a 146,, and Nancy Flath wasn't far behind -with a 142. Almost everyone varied his average the second half, and they mil seem to. be making their splits. Twichell made the 1-9; Oarrett, the 5-7; Silhol, 2-6-8-10; and K. Nelson, the 4-6-8-10; Walte, 6-8-10; arid Cardinale made the 2-4-7-10 twice. Nice going, kids—keep it Up and you'll be -making- those -strikes easily. It looks as though.this semester we'll have to get a crying towel for Garrett, Nelson, Pappy, Miss Ficker, Gustafson, and Hartman. New faces around the alleys are Massing, Smith, M...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

REHRENB HeePSTERS END SEASON Miller and Go. Carry Off the Basketball Toga The Intramural Basketball dispute was finally settled when George Miller's team carried off the honors, boasting a record of 4 wins and only 1 loss. The race was very close, and only a one-point last second defeat, suffered by Jim McKenzie's team in the last game of the season, eliminated the necessity ¦ play-off between Mc-Kenzte and Miller. Big Jim'i lots left a three way tie for second place Involving the teams of Jack Abels, Jim MeKsnxis, and Joe LaRocca, each having a record three wins and two losses The standings were rounded out by Ed Portz' and Ray Bliley_^s combines, who had identical records of one win and four losses. The players on the winning team were Vince Wnuk, Ed Burger, Bill Altman, Julius Di Vecchlo, Jim Moore, Chuck Indyk, and captain George Miller.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

New Officers to Head , Bawling The bowling league of Behrend Center elected officers at ft special meeting held in room 106 on Wednesday, February 15. Those elected to office were as follows: Early Gaxrett, president; Julius DIVecchio, vice-president; Don Fields and Nancy Hartman, secretaries. Mr. Demp introduced a very heated discussion concerning .% different set up for the second semester. The idea was to have a five man team and one sub, who . was to bowl in the place of the person who bowls below his average for that one week. A few students liked the idea, and a few disagreed. A vote Was taken, and the majority was in favor of giving the new set up a try. Also brought up at the meeting was the question of transporta tion. All new members of the bowling league were told to meet in the circle at 3:10 on bowling days, and they would be able to _«ei rides from there. A committee was elected to find a place in which a bowling _banquet could be held. The committee, headed by...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

Clean Off The Putting Green, Joe Fore! Yes In a few short weeks that old familiar cry Will penetrate the air beckoning all golfers to match their drives and putts on the sprawling greens. Kit the golfing "bug" has already-, established a Joothead heart *t _Befcwnd Center, for* _alrwufor plaas are being made for the owning "Turf Tearing"-._seaaon_. All interested: golfers whether rookies or professionals will have the benefit of capable instruction of Mr. David Thurbon_, 'English instructor; Mr.- Platan _OotUund, Mathematics instructor;-. and Mr. Marvin Demp, Physical Educa tion instructor, They»<wlll attempt to explain the fundamentals to the beginners, and to cement the finer, point* of those "linksters" who are well advanced in the,art of golfing. There _«re plans to con struct a tarpaulin in fine barn to enable the practice of driving. The golf team will be a direct result of these instructions. The team will be composed of the six best golfers, who will be determi...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

Pete Nenm Leads Intramural Scoring By compiling- 76 points in the course of four games, diminultive Pete Nenni captured the Intramural Basketball League scoring with a top average of 18.7 points per game; However, Ed Porte scored the; most _pojnts, garnering 88 points in five _' -games for -an aveV-*ge*>M7_*p_«fe_«. _FeHswtagtetlM list 'of _lndW_^tat _peiBts - and averages. • ¦ Games Pts. Av. Pets Nenni 4 75 18.7 Ed. iPbrU * . 6 88 > 17.6 Roger Van Tassel - 6 80 16. Jack Abele 5 79 15.8 Joe La Rocca 6 64 12.8 George Miller 4 50 12.6 Roy. Bliley 6 60 12. Ed Burger 4 44 11 V_4nte Wrrak 6 54 10.8 Jack Heuber 2 21 10. Ron! Shultz 6 47 9. _Wendel Bertelsen .5 47 9. Behrend Center of the Pennsyl vania State College is extending It's 'services to the community by adding several new courses to it's program.of instruction. ' This semester two new courses under the heading of Plastics and ' Electrical Construction were added to Bern-end's Technical Institute. Back the ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

_Behrend Gagers Upset DuBois Paced by former Academy eager, Pete Nenni, the Behrend Center Hoopters were vlotori our 68-65 over a tough Du Bods team. The game was played on the Lawrence Park High School court on Wednesday, February 22. High scores went to Bill Fledzik of _BuBoia, who tallied 89 point*, and Pste Nenni who racked up 24 points. Behrend 68 _Q F X Wunk _> 6 2 12 Duell 2 0 4 Bertelsen 10 2 Bliley 3 3 9 Nenni 10 4 24 Abele 8 1 17 Totals 29 10 68 Do Bob 65 Q F T Hanna 3 2 8 Dlllman 0 0 0 FJedzik 10 10 30 Fiigate 4 3 11 C_*l houn 1— 8 0 16 Totals 25 15 65

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

In Fayetteville, Arkansas, there is always a friendly gathering of University of Arkansas students at ' the Student Union Building. And, - as in college campus haunts everywhere, ice-cold Coca-Cola helps make these get-to-gethers something to remember. As a refreshing pause from the study grind, or on a Satur* ¦ day-night date—Coke belongs.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

Astronomy Club Visits Pittsburgh The Astronomy Club.of Behrend Center spent two very interesting days in Pittsburgh,/ immediately following examinations With the help and guidance of the faculty advisor, Dr. Edward Quade, the members visited many of _tha most outstanding scientific establishments in, the "Steel City." These included the Buhl Planetarium, the Alleghany Observatory, the Carnegie Museum, and the Cyclotron and Physics Laboratory of the University of Pittsburgh. Friday afternoon was devoted to a visit to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland. Here the Amateur Astronomers of Behrend Center were attracted by the exhibit of masks, the special exhibit on the glass industry in Pittsburgh, and the fine fossil and natural background exhibits of wild animals from prehistoric times to the present day. Friday evening the Stargazers convened at the Buhl Planetarium on the North Side of the city. Here the members were fascinated by an exhibit of a Van de Graff ge...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

New Faces at Behrend Center By Edward Pastewka With the commencing of another semester, many new faces have made their appearance here on campus. Faces which at the present time seem unfamiliar, but who, as the semester proceeds, will blend into our activities and general college atmosphere and thus become part of our Behrend Center family. But to whom do these faces belong? They belong as I have found, to a group of likeable, friendly and interesting people, each different in his own way. For instance among the newcomers is a boy, Jerome Sadja, who turned down a major league baseball Offer in order to receive an whi cation. Playing in the Semi-pro baseball league in Pittsburgh, which incidently is his home town, he batted 100 percentage points higher than any other player in the league, and in batting .564 he set a record. He is just one of the many athletes to be found in our new freshman. The others by no means take a back seat to Jerome. There is Allen Pancerev from Erie...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

You Just Can't Win! Behrend Center boasts some pretty sharp co-eds. The girls have nice personalities , good looks, and many other attributes, but.. .. . ! Everybody admires an attractive person, just as he admires one who can turn a neat compliment However, the girls at Behrend just can't be complimented! Why7 Well, here's the situation in which the men are embroiled. Let's suppose Ed is meeting Karen for that Saturday movie date. When Ehe comes down the stairs, he gallantly remarks, "You look pretty sharp tonight; that's a nice dress you're wearing." Instead of a demure thank you, Ed gets, "Oh, it's an old one I've had for nearly three years." For another example, Bert meets Bert in the hall, and, noticing her new hair-do, says, "Hey, I like your new haircut." What does she reply? "It's about time you noticed it—I've had it for three weeks!" Still another example would be when Jack meets Joan at a gabfest, and generously tells her_. "That's a darned nice sweater Is it new?...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

Spotlighters View Make-up Methods Would you have liked to look like Boris Karloff, Ethel Barrymore or even Bugs Bunny? Then you should have attended the Spotlighters make-up program which was held last Monday evening at seven-thirty. This demonstration showed a variety of methods of applying make-up correctly. The group illustrated various techniques on each other. Mr. Bonder, the Spotlighters' sponsor, applied to student council for a new supply of make-up for the demonstration. The program was one of the many that have been planned this year for all old members and any new students interested in dramatics. Mr. Sonder hopes that all future programs will have as good a turnout.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 3 March 1950

Lounge Opens Doors to Centerites Reverberating shouts of glee and joyous hurrahs greeted the news of the availability of the Student Lounge for evenings. No longer does the Hammermill take up this popular place with its large evening classes. The domitory girls can now spend their idle (?) time in the Student Lounge, and the out-oftown boys will find ample time for those ping-pong or pinochle games. Although there is always the shadow of homework overhead, there is also a time for relaxation. And what better place for relaxing than the lounge. Everyone will agree that plenty of good wholesome fun makes a better college career, and helps make working time easier. Bee you in the lounge tonight, kids.

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