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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 January 1951

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 January 1951

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 January 1951

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 January 1951

THE NITTANY CUB

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Students Hold Valentine's Day Dance Kupidz Komik Kaperz Organized by Board On Friday night February 16, the Kupidz Komik Kaperz will be held in the Student Lounge to celebrate the Valentine's Day holiday; Prior to the announcement of the dance, notices appeared on the bulletin boards in a clever advertising .campaign carried on by the Activities Board, which is under tKe direction of Miss Ficker and Mr. Sonder. The chairman of the event will be Edna Kline and the sub-chairmen will be Jim Krug, entertainment; Janet Melzer, refreshments; Doc McCabe, decorations; and Pat McMtnlen, clean-up. These Activities Board members are planning on a valentine theme to run throughout the evening. Two comic Cupids will m. c. the evening's entertainment which will include some valentines acted out by the students and addressed to the faculty. Jim Krug promises that the skits will be more humorus than any that were given last semester. Group games and group singing will also find a part in th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

OH LOOK... MORE SNOW From about late September until late April the campus of Behrend is at intervals covered with snow. This white blanket covers the ground, trees, and buildings and gives to the scenery a wonderland appearance. The pine trees, strained by the downy softness look as though they were trimmed for some special occasion. The snow on the ground is like a protective blanket which warms the small plants beneath. The roofs and structures of Behrend are enhanced by this covering. Beauty abounds everywhere. Many times throughout the winter we wish that the temperate zone would suddenly be transfixed into year around summer. Just think that if this miracle would take place the beauty and fun we would miss. Aren't a few slippery roads and. an inconvenience now and then small price to pay for the annual beauty of our campus? A walk In the snow on a sunny day .with .the .snow -faning .la large heavy flakes brings you closer to the greatness of nature. Mother Nature certain...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

TEN BEHREND STUDENTS MAKE THE DEAN'S LIST When the semester averages were disclosed to the news papers, several errors were listed. We have what we believe to be the correct list. Ten students earned places on the dean's list, which requires a 2.25 average or better. Four others were placed on the honor roll, where an average of 2.00 to 2.24 is needed. Those whose work during the T " past semester entitled them to places on the dean's list are, in order: Donald Lambert. 2.79; Edward Budzinski, 2.78; Charles Hauer, 2.68; Bob Potter, 2.64; Bob Setbel, 2.57; Bernice Hoffenberg. 2.42; Sam Viglione, 2.41; William Jackson, 2.38; Janet Melzer, 2.28; and Ray McGarvey. 2.27. On the honor roll were: Dlok Fralick, 2.14; Lorelei Gaylord, 2.12; Jim' MacTarnaghan, 2.00; and Giles Schutte, 2:00. These students are to be congratulated for their fine work, especially since it was, for most of them, their first semester of college work. Although the schedules seem to be somewhat more difficul...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Administration Wanderings Everyone is looking forward to the day when the plans for the new gym will go into action. The work is expected to start as soon as the weather clears. The _Scobell Company, plumbers, is the one that originally Installed the heating and air conditioning here at Behrend. The plumbers want to start storing the radiators now. Registration kept both Mr. Ferguson and Mr. Hopkins very busy the past week. Mr. Ferguson has been helping students re-arrange their schedules and iron out conflicts. For the first time in the history of Behrend Center, Perm State College has offered graduate p euisss in cmirietiilm _Kicmecn ** httaktfpu> the _oenimr Bectric are enrolled In these _rtissoi They started last (Monday evening «t the Night School in Erie. Marie _Speer and Sylvia Gable, two of our secretaries, are very happy about the new location of their office. The guest room and the back office have been switched. Inconvenience was the main reason for the cha...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Girls Plan for Spring Semester Gym Classes Recently. Miss Ficker told of the hike that all the girls went on during last week's physical education class. It seems that Miss Ficker came through in fine style but marry of the girls were not able to meet the rest of their classes that day. If the snow holds out. Miss Ficker plans on her girls' classes doing some skiing, tobogganing, and coasting. However, if the snow does not hold out, the girls will continue going to Wesleyville and playing class basketball. The girls may also dig out their Jeans and flannel shirts to be in cos tume for some square dancing Miss Ficker seems quite enthused with this idea; maybe she will start a new fad. Some craftwork is also being planned by the girls. In the past years at Behrend . the girls physical educatkm ctass-Contmued on Pan 3

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Dramatics Club Holds Make-up Demonstration The Behrend Dramatics Club held its first meeting of the new semester on Tuesday, February 13. The main purpose of this meeting was to arouse student interest in dramatics. The highlight of the meeting was Mr. Bonder's makeup demonstration. He demonstrated his versatility by making one of the girls look like a youngster, and then "piled" on the years as he applied the grease paint. When he had finished with her, she looked less like a Behrend student and more like Mr. Bonder's grandmother. One of the boys was then _oaed to demonstrate the make-up _«f a Chinaman. After his _immrn staatftm wtth grease _satot, Mr. B"WT HV_^H MM _WnRMiy WSMi fake mustaches and beards. Everyone who attended this Initial meeting of the dub was amazed Turn to page 3

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Personality Of the Issue By Dick Swaason Our personality of the issue is a tall, light, and handsome young man named Karl Grettenberger. Born in Warren, Pennsylvania and raised in" Tidioute, he graduated in June 1944 from Tidioute High School. During his high school years lie worked as a soda jerk in his father's confectionery store. Karl was a typical boy; collected stamps, coins, and matehbook covers; and built model airplanes. In high school he was a basketball letterman for three years. Harboring a secret ambition to be a flyer, he enlisted in the U. 8. Air Force shortly after Christmas, 1M4 . and served two years In the Air Cadets; finally being discharged on December 13, 1946. Wondering what to do with bis time then, he finally decided on (Continued on Pace 4)

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Biology Group Lists Plans Mr. Shield's Biology Club is expecting a large group to attend its organization meeting wfodch will take place very soon. The club is planning numerous field trips this spring and would like any persons who are interested to come along. Last fall, a field trip was enjoyed by some of the members; this trip took them to President, Pa., a small collection of cottages on the Allegheny River, Just south of Tlonesta. The club will continue the work it started last year on ttie school herbarium by colleoting additional herbarium specimens on all of ite field trips. One of the annual functions of this club is to keep the Behrend nature trail In good shape. This work will be started (Continued on Page S)

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Broken Hearts? ... NEVER Jim King and Mollj Downing seem to have been pleasantly surprised while they were practicing for the gala entertainment that will take place at the. Kuplds Komik Kapen party Friday evening, February It, m the Student Lounge. The broken heart pictured _abore Is rare to be mended after the Joyous occasion is mr. After all, who ever heard _«f a broken heart on _Valeattnet Day?

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

AROUND THE FIRE PLUG I By Ghenne, the doe wonder I While I was striding down the street the other day in the very latest of Madame Poodledore's creations; a died, er . . . dyed mink fur collar with a flowing veil; I noticed a human form lying in the gutter. Since .1 naturally have a nose for news, the first thought that came to my mind was to get a story. I ambled over to the mass of burlap covered bones and took a sniff. "My, that smell is familiar," I thought; and sure enough on further investigation, I discovered that the form was none other than Jack Lawley. I woke him up and asked what he was doing in the gutter sleeping. The reply astounded me: he wanted to have another column of mine to read before I left Behrend for good. I sympathized with him and after much useless explaining I was finally talked into writing another column tfor the Cub. I've been out of touch with things since I've been gone but here is a little of the latest. I've heard that Bob Bahrenburg hasn't...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Inquiring Reporter 1. What b your opinion or the Nittany Cub? 2. What article do you prefer? Ralph Norman: 1. Not enough issues. 2. I prefer feature articles. Dave Rogers: 1. Fair all around. 2. I like the sports articles, particularly the bowling. Pat MeMuUen: 1. The newspaper isn't published frequently enough. 2. The features are the 'best. The Chenne column is especially good. Giles Schutte: 1.1 think they should have more editions. 2. The pictures are the easiest to understand. Miss Skelton: 1. Not published enough, but representative of student opinion. 2. Chenne is the best. Ray McGarvey: 1. More pictures are needed. 2. "Around the Fire Plug" is the best. Connie _Letters: 1. On the wlhole good, but isnt published frequently enough. 2. I prefer the news articles. Don Kline: 1. More stress on activities, but usually very good. 2. I like the sports. Donn Brown: 1. It can really amount to something if there is a tremendous amount of work done. 2. Editorials are best in my ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Cutting Class... Good or Bad? BY DON LAMBERT Cutting class! Ah, what a daring phrase that is! But did 3"ou ever stop to think that you are only cheating yourself when you cut a class? You, or perhaps your parents, are paying for your attendance at Behrend Center, and whenever you cut a class it means you are not getting your money's worth. When you cut a class, you will find that it will be just that much tougher the next time you go to that class. After all, you've missed something, and if you are going to know what's going on the next time you will have to catch up on what you have missed. Maybe you are going to college to "just get by," but that isn't the way it should be. You might as well be getting the most for your money, and the more you learn, the more "benefits you will be getting from your investment. Naturally, all of us must cut a dass now and then. Perhaps some urge tells us that we just aren't going to zoology that day; or perhaps we have some urgent reason for ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Study Now For a Better Tomorrow BY BOB McCABE It is many authorities' opinion that we are about to witness the beginning of a third world holocaust that will, undoubtedly, bring grief and sorrow to a great part of our battered, war-ridden planet. If this is true, there is little time left for us to act and avert this disaster. Students at Behrend Center can do much to help avoid world catastrophe by becoming useful citizens and by acquiring desirable attitudes and abilities. The second semester is ajready under way, and the weeks remaining will pass quickly. All too many of us will be satisfied with the same achievejnents we made last semester; a small portion of us will continue to make higher honors. Even those of us who have used their abilities to attain higher _grade&jcan _achieve an even better position by putting forth more effort in their studies. It is not enough for the minority to realize the importance of education in this time of need. The time for us to p...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

7<fo _NITTANT 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, Editor .-. Dich Fralick Business Manager Nelson Ball Staff: Helen Bonine_, Marion Brace, Lillian Eustice, Lorelei fraylord, Donald Lambert, Jim MacTarnaghan, Bob McCabe, Dick Swanson, and Bill Walker.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

SPORTS FLASHES An extremely interesting source of discussion all over the United States, as well as at _Befhrend Center, is whether the sport of professional wrestling is "on the level" or merely a rehearsed farce. Many people claim that the participants in these bouts are following a prearranged script when they step into the ring. Others maintain that wrestling is actually as much of a contest as is boxing. The fact remains that professional wrestling enjoys a tremendous prosperity as far as gate receipts and attendance go. In almost all major cities throughout the nation, arenas are jammed with people when a wrestling card gets underway. Occasionally cries of "Fake!" are heard from various sections of the crowd, but those people who are yelling this have paid to see the bout. We would feel quite safe in saying that those people were interested enough in wrestling to pay good money and spend good time watching it. Therefore, wrestling, fixed or not, has something that please...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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