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

Fitts Is Dead! _Continued.'from Page 1 was finally decided that a trap should be set,for him. "Fits died a quick death and was later taken to his final resting place. . • , > Surviving Fits are: . Frances Finesod,_who first heard him; Mary Hough, who first saw him; Rita Jackson, who discovered his home; Marilyn Garden, who named him; Bill Richards, who generously donated the death weapon and solemnly carried Fits to his burial.ground; Sally.Dickson and Meida Moskowitz, who dropped popcorn and other particles of .food on the floor for him; and Joan Baudino and Dunk Zimmerman, probably the closest friends a mouse ever had. Joan thought the mouse should not have been caught. Mr. Zimmerman devised a method by which Fits could have been caught alive. I'm sure Fits appreciated these two people very.much and I take this opportunity to thank them on behalf of our dear departed friend. Nan Weston, who first came upon Fits lying in state, thought that he had dropped dead upon heari...

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

Technical Course Continued from Page 1 ing night classes. The history of the Technical Institute dates back to 1920, or thereabouts, when the first courses were initiated at the various centers. In its early stages the courses were taught at Erie's high schools; the facilities were too limited, so Gannon temporarily housed some of the classes during the war. Mr. Campbell, engineering instructor of the day school, is the administrative head of the Technical Institute. Mr. Henzi is the district representative in this sestion, while Mr. Ferguson is the man in charge of all night classes in the northwestern part of Pennsylvania. The teachers employed in the night school are all approved and rated by State College, and are leaders in their various'fields. At the present time there are seventy-seven students enrolled in the night school, most of whom are in their third year, working toward their certificates. ' State College provides these students with practical application in th...

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

By Dorothy Holmstrom •Mr. Ferguson was very, pleased with the number of students present_, at the dedication of. . Behrend Center, and is grateful -to those who acted as guides and assisted in the parking lot. Many of the students were fortunate enough to meet Mrs. Behrend personally. Mr. Ferguson hopes . that Mrs. Behrend will accept his invitation to " stay a few days at the Center the next time she visits Erie. On Wednesday, November 3, the education committee of the General Electric Company visited us. The committee included; Mr. D. F. Smith, Mr. C. A. Traphagen, Mr. M. Grotjohan, Mr. J. M. Scarlett, Mr. C. A. Church, Mr. P. B. Milroy, and Mr. B. Miller. Mr. William Powers, director of the arts and sciences extension, also visited the college Wednesday. The next visitor from the main campus will be Mr. Cloethingh, head of the dramatic department. Mr. Ferguson expects to have new parking lights here very shortly. The lines were laid last week and will soon be completed. The' li...

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

Guide's Services Are Appreciated As part of the dedication program, the dormitory students of Behrend Center, volunteered to act as guides on tours of the campus. Janet Brown greeted visitors at the main gate; and introduced them to their guides. The tour started with a visit to the classroom building, faculty offices, and the bookstore. The guests were then shown the student lounge, which was appropriately decorated for the dance that evening. After this they were taken to the main buildings, and shown the library, administration offices, kitchen, dining and reception rooms, and girls dormitory. Included in the tour were the chemistry laboratory, swimming pool, and kennels. The guests were free to stroll around the campus. The guides were Janet Brown, Nan Bierman, Margie Fleming, Penny O'Neil, Beth Dunlap, Dorothy Holmstrom, Rita Jackson, Lee Delia Donne, Mary Hough, and Ruth Gross.

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

Remember When Believe it or not we are history already. "Freshman Week" is now a legend to all. It was this hectic week you'll remember when we saw the modern classrooms, spacious colonial manor, and our own recreation building for the first time. Things are quite a bit smoother now. Schedules are in running order, the faculty is settled and the workmen are ¦ catching up according to schedule on the building and converting yet to be done. Still that "Freshman Week" was a thrill for all. Mr. Ferguson's talk and the movie that first Monday of our college career, with the English Placement Test and

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

Aptitude Tests surely kept all busy. Then remember the social activities in the evening when awkward situtations arose when we hadn't yet met each other. Yet these all turned out to be great fun for everyone; as all eventually became acquainted. For the faculty that was also a week to remember. It was because of their untiring effort that we proceeded in the right direction This week will be remembered by all. as our first real experience in college life.

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

CENTER PLANS REGULAR WINTER SKI RUN Meet Y©usr Council Memhevs Tobogganing Chute May Also Be Included for the Coming Season Members of Behrend Center's Student Council waicn is doing: its best to organize functions for the student-body include left to right(front row): _Jiwly Norton, Tom Pearce, BUI Nelson, Ed. Kittka; (standing) Wes _Pfirman, Dunk Zimmerman, Janet Brown, Gibb Brownlie, and Jim Mallard. Last week T. Reed Ferguson, administrative head of Erie's Behrend Center of the Pennsylvania State College, revealed that definite plans are underway here to construct one of few standard fullsize open slope ski courses to be found in this part of the state. The announcement holds widespread interest for people of this district because the long 300 yard ski run is to be open not only to _ths students of the school but also to their invited guests of the Erie city and county area. "Such a layout has been in the minds and discussion of various faculty members and campus aut...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

Introducing Shmoosephine Shmoosephine, the ideal B.C. Coed, bids a typical B.C. good night to her beau in the typical B. C. manner. Newest Behrend - "Sweetheart" ... The Nittany Cub takes pleasure in introduciing to its readers Behrend Center's own SMOOSEPHINE who will be a regular feature cartoon in the Cub hereafter. "Gracing" the - _pagqi " of this and coming issues. SMOOSEPHINE is the brain child creation of Cub artist, Bill Klaban, popular comic character himself who is often spotted at Behrend functions doing his famous "shuffle dance." "Frankly." stuttered Klaban modestly today, "I thiink the Behrend students are getting a real break in having SMOOSEPHINE in each issue of the CUB. After all, 'Sturge' Sturgelewski, Dunk Zimmerman, and I can't always be around to provide the kids with basic down - to - earth humor. SMOOSEPHINE is always available! SEE YOU AT THE TURKEY HOP TONIGHT! BOOK STORE HOURS Monday and Wed 2:30-4:30 Tuesday and Thurs 1:00-2:00 Friday 3:30-4:30 <...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

Sadie Hawkin's Day Dance to Be Held Dec. 3 On the evening of December 3, there . will be a Sadie Hawkin's _Dayi dance, sponsored by the dormitory_^ girls. The '-girTs are supposed to ask the boys to the dance but they are not allowed to do this until eight thirty in the morning of the dance. All day Friday, the girls are supposed to extend to the boys, all the courtesies which normally should be shown the girls. These include: helping them with their coats, opening doors for them, asking them for dances and picking up things they drop. Once a boy accepts a bid to the dance, he must wear a sign saying "I'm caught." The official dress of the whole day will be blue jeans and shirts.. At noon on Friday there will be a tug-of—war between the girls and boys. On the game committee are Mary Hough, Frances Finesod, Dorothy Holmstrum, Margie Fleming, and Lois ' Braden is the chairman. Included in the refreshment committee are Penny O'Niel, Nan Weston, Lena DelleDonne and Judy Thomas i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

"Turkey Hop" to - Be Here Tonight Come one, come all, ' ¦ •to our Thanksgiving Ball! The Student Council is sponsoring a superduper dance tonight, November 23rd, from 8:30 to 11:30 in the Student Lounge. The dance committee includes Bill Nelson, Judy Norton, and Wes Pfirman. The "Turkey Hop" promises to be a gala affair! Music will be furnished by Matty Palmer and his orchestra.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

Council hiembers Set Committees Members of the student council have been divided into various committees. A committee to study traffic functions concerning speed, parking lot ancl the " circle in iront of the house consists of Jim Mullard and Tom Pearce. On the committee for weekend activities to be planned by each club, are Wes Pfirman, Bill Nelson and Judy Norton. Ed. Kittka and Janet Brown are the committee members for improvements for the student _lounge. Gibb Brownlie is a one-man committee to inquire about colored light bulbs to be purchased for dances held in the student lounge. The new representative on the student council from the field of Mineral Industries and Physical Education is Bill Xlaban.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

Time Set for Amateur Night Lend an ear, all you, Staters Bring out and polish up all your hidden talents and tricks for Behrend Center's first Amateur Night. Cover yourselves with glory and be a possible Horace Heidt winner. This project will be under the able direction of Mr. Belferman, language instructor, and the clubs that he has organized. The date for the Amateur Night is Saturday, December 11th. The place: The Student Lounge.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

Center Theater Expected Soon Behrend Center has high hopes of having a small theater on the second floor of the barn. At the present time it is still talk, but we hope that quite soon plans will be under way. A theater such as this will make an excellent lecture hall, and will also make it possible for the Dramatics Club to put on various plays. The Dramatics Club will be under the direction of Mr. Korean, and is in the process of being formed now.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

_Personality of the Week By Sal Dickson C—Y is the young lady with the cheery disposition who is always talking about sailing. Y—Yacht Club is where she spends a great deal of the time. N—Nothing can make her angry when there is a pork roast and mashed potatoes in front of her. T—The band of her choice is Dick Jergens'. "You'll Never Walk Alone" is her favorite song, Who could she be referring to? H—Her pet peeve is short skirts. She also dislikes boys who drink —but naturally there is at least one exception. I—Iowa is her favorite state. Sines her trip there two summers ago, Erie doesn't seem quite so wonderful. A—A great gal who we are sure will always rate A-l with everyone she meets. L—Loves to sail. She also likes to make her own clothes. Driving 2 car is another pastime, especially if it ' s a Chrysler Town &amp; Country convertable, Peter Lawford is her dream man, at leas! that's the impression she gave when she saw "Good News" eight times. O—Oh! What a scare C. Y...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

Center Chatter icy Meida Moskowitz This is your reporter from "BC ?S" reporting on the dramatic md serial views. The first installment on the 'Sturgulsuski Story"; we had better get "The Sheriff" after thai bandit Ray Sturguleuski." Ray, 01 should we say "The Lone Ranger' : also presents Mr. Shield with _s 3chmoo a week. Joan Baudino was acting' like ''My Friend Erma" when she, ass grateful guest, sent a box of old themes as a bread and butter gift The box got mixed up with the intended gift. The room which is being occupied by Marilyn Garden, Francis Finesod, Sally Dickson, and Maida Moskowitz is commonly known around the dorm as the .sandwich shop of "Grand Central Station." "The Backstage Wife" of Behrend center is Lolly Nelson, the wife of our student council president. ¦y Since- Mr. Thurbon read Bet)h Dunlap' s theme in class, she is becoming an expert in the "Philosophy of Composition." If you want to know anything about Career girl Jeannine Barnhart just ask Don Blair...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

Know Ypur Faculty By Nan Weston Indeed, one of our most versatile personalities on the faculty is our own funloving Miss Davis, Dean of Women* and Instructor of -English Composition here at Behrend Center. Miss Davis, whose birthplace is Ebensburg, Pa., developed a liking for people and a desire to be around them quite early in life. She realized that teaching could be the only satisfying profession to her, one in which she could be with people and something that she thoroughly enjoys. Upon graduation from Westchester and" Perm State, she worked as an interviewer with the Department of Public Assistance. Her first actual teaching experience began as the English and Economics teacher at Hastings, Pa. From there she went to the California State Teacher's College as Directing teacher in the Laboratory School and instructor of English Composition. In 1947, she moved on to the Penn State Center at Swarthmore, Pa., as the Dean of Women and composition instructor. And was then transfer...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 23 November 1948

*7ke _NITTANY CUB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa. EdU - wmfSm _*"" JOAN BAUDINO DON BLAIR MARILYN GARDEN Associate Editors ~* REPORTERS Penny O'Neil, Bob Betts, Dunk Zimmerman, Nancy Weston, Cynthia Loesel, Nan Bierman, Dorothy Holmstrom, Meida Mos-. kowitz, Marjorie Fleming, Sally Dickson, Ruth Gross, Tom Tucker, Gibb Brownlie, Bill Klaban, Gene Sunberg, Judy Thomas, Jeannine Barnhart, Nancy Merrick, Nona Ottaway, and Jody Roberson.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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