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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 16 February 1951

Compliments of Miller' s Grocery 201 East 8th St.

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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

Firms Sunbeam Bread

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Picture [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 — 9 April 1951

BEHREND WELCOMES DR. EISENHOWER President Speaks Before Erie Students Tuesday, April 10th On Monday, April 9, 1961 . _Dj Milton Eisenhower, the President of Pennsylvania State College, will come to Erie for a two day visit. Dr Eisenhower was _invited to the campus by Mr. T. Read Ferguson, the Behrend Administrative Head. During his stay, the President will address two groups and attend an alumni banquet. On Monday evening the Pennsylvania State Alumni Association is holding the banquet In his honor at the Masonic Temple Grill room, at which time President Eisenhower will be principle _speaker. During the afternoon of Tuesday, April 10, a welcoming program will be presented on the Behrend campus in which the college official wu". meet the students at an informal tea and will later address them at an assembly. Dr. Eisenhower received bis Bachelor, of Science _dagmt ft* Kansas State College to in* Htm m», he held ***** <rtfi6_w with the federal government' s Depart men...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Col. John Hawkins To Deal With Manpower Problems As a first effort to meet the growing manpower problem in industry_. The Pennsylvania State College, upon the advice of its local steering committee, will present as a speaker on Monday, April 16, at 8 p. m. in the Erie _Y. M. C. A.. Col. John A. Hawkins, Director of Supply at Olmsted Air Force Base. The committee feels that Col. Hawkins is well qualified to give the views of the military on the best possible utilization of available manpower, and so make a real contribution to the thinking of the leading Industrialists in the Erie area. Col. John A. Hawkins served thirty months with the Seventh Air Force overseas, as Chief of Supply in the Far Bast Air Material Command. At the end of tte war he became Director of the Philippine Air Material Division. He was recalled to the United _Stafc* totduijt _%t _JSMMferwrtep*_. Air Material command at Dayton He came to Olmsted Air Force Base in 1949 where he developed the world-wide sup...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Writer Reports On History Of Lounge The former uses of the building now used as our Student Lounge are little-known facts to most of the students on the Behrend campus. Our recreation hall boasts an interesting 'history. The building itself was ereoted even before the estate was acquired by the Behrend family. A farmer first owned the structure and used it as a wagon shed and barn. After Mr. and Mrs. Behrend obtained the grounds now constituting our campus, the building underwent several improvements and structural changes—a wooden floor replaced the original dirt bottom, and a foundation was laid. The Behrends also installed the popular fireplace which nows graces our lounge. The fanner owners used the ta&dtec as * _recreate* hail of _feftr «vb._mtx# mvwiidi_* bed, were located net*_, it served as a source of extra steeping facilities when the * mata&ouBe4>eoatn» overcrowded with their friends, who sometimes stayed, at the estate. Mrs. Behrend, an art...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Behrend Office Notes On March 28 and 29, Mr. Virgil NeWy visited the Behrend campus. Mr. Neilly is an instructor in Penn State's engineering extension. "Opportunities for Careen in _Oeratoftxr _faetoimm_* -xm *• topic of a talk given on April) 3 by Mr. J. S. Nordyke. Mr. Nordyke, a representative of the Student -Contacts Committee of the _Penn sylvania Ceramics Association and of the Eagle-Plcher Company, spoke before the engineering students in the drafting room. Dr. Bertram Kessel, associate professor of physical education, at Penn State, was in charge of. a one-day workshop on the Behrend oatnpus on April 4. The program Next Column was one of social recreation and consisted of two three-hour sessions; the first was from twothirty to five-thirty, and the second was held from seven until ten p. m. Supper was served to the group at six. The workshop was attended by physical education officials and instructors of Erie city and county.. The Behrend oftioe staff spent a compara...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Don Peterson Is Amateur Grappler Lorelei * By Gaylord Did you know that Don Peter son is an amateur wrestler at the Erie Y. M. C. A.? All phases of Oils sport — participation; attending amateur bouts; and keeping posted on the techniques, holds, and rules—interest him. After seeing a wrestling demon stration in high school, he decided to give the sport a try. In tenth grade he joined the Strong Vincent team and, under the direction of his wrestling coach, Anthony Verga, soon became an able grappler. After two tough seasons, he became co-captain of the Vincent team in his senior year, during which he- was matched with some of the best high school bonebreakers in the western part of Pennsylvania. Upon the completion of the season, he was offered Continued on page 3

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Participants in Ground-Breaking Robert C. Reed, assistant Works manager at tfye General Electric, is shown above removing the first shovelful of dirt at the recent eround-breakinr ceremonies for the new trie H*H , Behrend's proposed auditorium-gymnasium. Watching the proceedings are, left to right, T. Reed Ferguson, Behrend head; W. Pitt Gilford, main speaker; and Stanley H. Campbell, Penn State representative.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

CitorfSloof Is Successful A one man reception of the late Hadacol Kid greeted you as you entered the Hall of Jokes, last Saturday, March 31. Hanging buckets, electrical chairs, and dangling branches were Just some of the decorations at Cllorf Sloof The name was really In keeping with the event as it Is Fool's Frolic spelled backwards. This event was held in the student lounge from 8 to 12 and dress was informal.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

AROUND THE FIRE PLUG By Chenne, canine's sift to mankind It has long been the practice of this column to set before the entire public certain matters that have arisen from time to time; but when the future generations at Behrend turn back the pages of a dusty old scrapbook and come to this particular opus of which I am about to unravel, these other little treatises will have been mild compared to this masterpiece in the field of ignominy. As Al Jolson used to say, "You ain't heard nothing yet!" While you settle back and munch on that Gro-pup biscuit, let me tell you that this is not just an ordinary eternal triangle story; my, no, this is a tale about an eternal quadrangle — sometimes spelled Quade Wrangle. Yes, this concerns the lusty adventures of one Dr. Edward Quade and his hazardous enterprises with three fair Juliets known to the student body as "Would You Like Your Finger in a Bag or Would You Rather Have It GiftwraDDed" Knobloch, "Eagle-eye" Skelton, and "Carmellta R...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

To Draft Or . . . At the present time, there is a measure before the Congress of the United States to draft 18% year olds. According to this bill all students in institutions of higher learning would be given thirty days after they have completed their current semester to enlist in the service of their choice. This bill would seem to be quite liberal at the first glance, but it should be considered that the college students who have completed a full four year course at an accredited university would be more valuable to the armed forces. As this bill stands there is no such provisions to permanently defer college students. If such an amendment were added to this bill, universities would undoubtedly cooperate by raising their standards and admitting only the most capable of the applicants. Also this bill would be amended further by exempting only the appear two-thirds of the class. ' ' X meastltt! of this typ_* would not onl_;r _benefit tb* students who have already commenced ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Personality Of the Issue Vi'r _'_;. .-?.;._! . __so>_-: _^ _^juL_^ _^._^_1._^ Connie _Letters The personality of this issue is the Secretary of the Student Council, Connie Legters. Connie was born in Kane, Pennsylvania, on August 27, 1932 and received her early education there. While .n the sixth grade, however, she moved to Erie to live. After attending Erie Academy High School where she was a reporter on the newspaper staff ind was later elected to the National Honor Society, she decided tO'cmqe- to Bebrend _Center. At the moment, Connie is majoring in psychology in hopes of becoming » psycho-analyst in a mental _clinic when she receives her degree from Penn State. Some of her likes are: color, red; male singer, Perry Como; female singer, Doris Day; sport, basketball; song, "Be My Love" by Mario Lanza; teacher, Mr. rhurbon; subject, history; and ( ed's note: entertainment, Giles.) Among her favorite pastimes are seeing movies, taking snapshots, and going for long wa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Activities Board On April 3, members of the Activities Board and other Behrend students attended the concert of the Erie Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert was well received by all who hear(l it. A skating party, the second of the year, was held on IWday, April 6, at the West Lake Rink. Although the party was arranged Next Column and sponsored by Behrend Center, several other groups were invfted to take part; among them were Gannon College, Villa Maria Col lege, Mercyhurst College, and three church groups. Plans are well underway for numerous other parties and, above all .for the Behrend Prom, which will be held on May 18.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

7<_fe NITTANy CUB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body ot Pennsylvania State College, Behrenct Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co.. North Bast. Editor Dick Fralick Staff: Helen Bonine, Marion Brace, Lillian Eustice, Lorelei Gaylord, Donald Lambert, Jim MacTarnaghan, Bob McCabe, Dick Swanson. Bill Walker, and Chenne.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

SPORT SPLASHES By Jim MacTarnaghan This year Behrend Center will again field a golf team. Every year atace the Center has been in existence there has been a team made up of students. Last year Behrend's six iron men played sudh famous colleges as Slippery Rock, Westminster, and Pitt. The team also played In the Perm State Invitational Tournament which was held at State College. This sounds like a record that would be hard to match, but no one should be discouraged about try.-ing out for this year's team. The campus putterers will be coached by "Uncle Dave" Thurbon who, it is rumored, is quite the golfer. There will be a Varsity team which will represent 'Belwend in outside competition, and there will also be free instruction given to anyone who might be interested in learning the golfing game socially. Everyone will have to be on the lookout for flying golfballs when walking on the south lawns; It's dangerous there. Mr. Galla ling. "Any opponents will be gladly taken on by m...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

_MrTLMda Banner By Lillian Eustice For this issue of the Cub, Tm going to write about the "giant" seen wandering around the chemistry laboratory and vicinity, smoking a pipe or shouting questions, such as, "Now, what did you do that you shouldn't have done?" Does anyone know of whom I'm talking? Of course! It's Mr. Balmer, our chemistry teach er! Born in Ardmon, Pennsylvania. Mr. Balmer acquired his higr school education at Port Richmond High School. He is a graduate of Wagner College, having received his B.S. degree in 1938 He has also attended summer school at Penn State College. "Lode" came to Behrend in 1948. Besides chemistry, he also teaches physical science. He formerly taught general chemistry at Rutgers College. He and his wife live in a homey apartment off the chemistry lab with their three children: four year old Norman Louis; Deanna Lynne, who is one and a half rears of age; " antl Wester Robirt the little tyke that was born four months ago. This adorable family Bind...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Don Peterson Continued From Page One a scholarship to Lock Haven College; but because he wanted to attend Penn State, Don rejected the offer. Don wrestles in the 127 to 133 pound class, and he hopes to enter that class when he joins the Great Lakes Tournament in April. A word to you unsuspecting male musclemen: that statement about the strong, silent type is true; just ask Don Peterson, the studious wrestler, to show you.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Compliments of GRUVER Barber Shop 'S Compliments Of H. C. HALL CO. 419 State St Phone 2-3691 Erie, Pa

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 9 April 1951

Fools Frolic at Fool's Frolic Typical action at the "Cilorf S'loof," the April Fool's party, is ahown in the above picture. Reggie Deramo has just trained her sifhta on Bob Steffee and is about to measure his mouth for Just the rifht stse piece of berry pie. (Photo by Fraliek.)

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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