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

•sta_^ MEMOS S_«l MUSIC By Penny O'Neil The second concert of the Erie Philharmonic Series, took place last Wednesday, November 17, at the Strong Vincent High School Auditorium. It was a rendition of choral numbers by the famed De Paur Infantry Chorus. Numbers like "Water Boy", "The Lord's Prayer", "Eili, Eili" and the Calypso song brought ecstatic applause from the audience. Every number served to add to the generous measure of entertainment tha-t the Chorus brought to Erie. This all-Negro chorus has been a unit for several years, and has sung over 1,000 concerts for the G. I.'s before appearing before civilian audi¬ ences. Choral Group The Choral Club who holds their and Friday from 12:30 to 1:00 is planning to prepare a Christmas program. The numbers that they have been rehearsing are "The Hallelujah Chorus" and "Make Believe". Those who attend the practices regularly are: G. Sunberg, M. Moskawitz, F. Finesod, N. Weston B. Klaban, B. Richards, C. Mc-Krell, G. Fisher, C. L...

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

QUITE A PROBLEM One of the greatest problems facing the student body today is the interference of classes with the ping pong games. Most students believe that it would be wisest to discharge most of the teachers immediately (leaving a couple in case there isn't a game going on at the moment ox course.) This problem is also bothering the faculty members. How often 'have Mr.'Demp and_' . Mr. Thurb' on. hacrto relinquish their claims at the table because of a bothersome class ? Another improvement that is sorely needed is the addition of a few waiters to keep the players refreshed with coke during the waiting periods. Anyone who would be willing to offer his services will please contact Miles Harvey. Therefore, after serious consideration, Behrend Center students think that the only solution would be to make out a schedule for the ping pong- gamesand then try to fit one or two classes a week in between tournaments.

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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

THANKSGIVING j I TRAVELERS... By 5:00 P. M. on Wednesday the 24th of November, Behrend Center will be deserted. Lois, Janet, Doddy. Penny, Tom Pearce, Bob Gallagher will all be heading for Pittsburgh; while Frances will make connections for _Kittaning; Philadelphia will be. in full swing.: and Cherry Tree will be heaven to Beth Diuilap. "Shall I give that student a 2 or 3, " will not even snter Mr. Turnbull's mind as he hurries home to his turkey. AH the students and faculty will put thoughts of school out of mind for at least the five days of vacation. Thanksgiving means many different things to all types of people. To Gene Chesley it means getting away from the wild women of Behrend Cdnter. Joan _Baudinfo plans to stay out until the wee hours of the morning during vacation, as does Betty Lou Volk, but Lloyd McGoogh says, "Beer, whiskey, wine, women, and * wong at the Pointview Hotel, with a host of traffic summonses a week later." Judy Norton says Thanksgiving vacation is going ...

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

REPAIR ROCKY ROAD? Next to Chemistry, about the biggest topic among commuting students is the dirt road leading up to school. Everyone is trying to guess just how much longer springs, shock absorbers, and even fenders are going to last. Every morning we are pushed, and shoved, and jumbled along while the automobiles find it impossible to ride smoothly over the washboard that leads up to college. Since things are being replaced and repaired all over the Campus, most of us are wondering how much longer we'll have to wait for the road to be done over.

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

By BEITS Extra! Extra! Read all about it Pearce pelts pins for practically perfect play! Tom tossed to topple a titanic 242. This news bulletin comes to you through the courtesy of your friendly, independent, neighborhood bowling reporter_, me. Tom Pearce topped Al Leabau's high score by 19 points to lead the league with a beautiful 242. Just think, only 58 points short of a perfect "300" game. That's a score that won't be beat for a while. Attention Mrs. Holmstrum. Dot isn't doing so hot. She is disgracing the long line of Holmstrum bowlers and you had better give her a talking to. Dave "Hands-in The-Pocket" Alexander is improving and will soon be giving Dorothy a bit of competition for low score. You might know it, •Gottlund's lying down on the job again. Trying to get a worm's eye view of the ball, 1 guess. Glancing over the scores here, I see another high game. Jim Mullard .knocked oat a 213 to take second place honors this week. "Short-But-Sweet" Thurbon is in the news...

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

SPORTS ii At a Glance! |j By Gibb Brownlie According to Mr. Ferguson, we are to have a full sized ski and tabbggen run. The run is to be located on the hill behind the swimr-.ig pool and wall extend for 300 yards running north and south. Mr. C. W. Stoddart Jr., extension Phys. Ed. head and Mr. Sherman P. Fogg, Phys. Ed. prof specializing in tennis and skiing, were up from State last week to lay the ground work for the proposed course. ¦ The course is to have a ski tow, either of a standard make, or of a tract driven nature. Plans are in the offing to bring either all or part of the State skiing team to Behrend later in the winter for a ski clinic. State has an excellent Swiss born jumper on the team who will show us some of the finer points. So, until then get your gelandesprungs polished up and pray for snow. The Phys. Ed. classes are getting more strenuous every day. There had a bang up basketball game last week in which Hook Shot Delle Donne starred. She was ably supporte...

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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

Center Students Get Plenty of Action at Wrestling Practice Intramural wrestling practice is still in full swing, and we do mean "swing," as sessions are being held every Saturday morning from nine thirty to eleven fortyfive in the Lawrence Park High School gymnasium. Coach Marvin Demp has been sending his charges through a regular training procedure, and participants receive instruction which will stand them in good stead for long periods of time in later years. "We hope, also, to have an intramural tournament before long," stated Mr. Demp today. "It will be held in such a way that a champion can be crowned for each of the following weight classes if possible: 121 lbs., 128 lbs., 135 lbs., 145 lbs., 355 lbs., 165 lbs., 175 lbs., and heavy weight. Close to 20 grapplers have been turning out steadily for their grunt and groan sessions, and lots of enthusiasm has been prevalent. two days afterwards. Also being put into shape rapidly is the proposed ski-run. Men from the main ca...

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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

Campus Changing Face Rapidly Recently we have been noticing many changes taking place on the surrounding campus. On questioning Mr. Demp about this he stated that the field you see when approaching the main entrance contains five acres which will make a good soft-ball field or possibly it might later be converted to a base-ball diamond. Last week one could see Mr Demp "along with Mr. BHley and Mr. Gallagher trying to cut down the high weeds. Also «with the added help of Monday's gym class the field was cleared by burning away most of the high weeds which resulted in the Wesleyville Fire Department rushing to the scene expecting great action. Fortunately the class had the situation well in hand. Mr. Demp stated that he smelled like a "smoked fish" for

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

Leads ihe Ladies i_^ee Oeiieuonne caught in action as she demonstrates the form which has .enabled her to compile the leading woman's average of 112 _iit the Behrend Center Bowling League. Her smashing 141 game, recently, helped the Penquins to maintain their first place position.

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

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

enter v-orner MY TRIP TO OBLIVION Just a little past midnight, January 16, 1948, the nice old man in the white clad outfit arrived and put me on his little cart; it seemthat the trip to the operating room would never end. As he wheeled me through the solemn halls of the fourth floor, a small procession of nurses formed in back of me. My mind was going wild with thoughts of what was about to happen, but it soon started to get black and hazy as the gas took effect. A nurse held my hand and I knew my naiils were digging harder and harder Into the palm of her hand, but I was scared and I couldn't help it. Then a parrot began yelping, "Careful of the hole, it's so dark, so dark, so dark, so dark, so dark/" I was looking into the hole; the parrot seemed to be screeching louder. A nurse with a soft voice was comforting me, saying that everything was going to be all right. But that parrot kept screaming, my feet wouldn't stay still. My feet were moving back and forth;, slowly at fir...

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

Speaking Just For the Record "Here I'll Stay" (Columbia) Buddy Clark sings a pleasant listening, slow and dreamy dancing tune. The flip over is a bouncy _contrast by Mitchell Ayres. "Bab, Won't You Please Come Home" (Capitol) One of the top tunes by Jo Stafford. Another is on the flip over side, "Trouble In Mind." "Cherokee" (Capitol) A real hep tune by Benny <Joodman. You'll love the flip over, "Love Is Just Around The Corner." "I'm I n Love" (Columbia) A bright conversational style of singing by two of our favorites, Doris Day and Euddy Clark. Doris sings "It's You Or No One" all by her lonesome on the reverse side. /. 'What Did I Do" (Columbia) Ejavorite Dinah Shore sings this_, a slightly syncopated tune. She sings "The Matador" with The Brazilians on the flip over side. experience. As Dean of Women, Miss Davis takes a personal interest in every one of her charges. Her understanding of their problems and. her genial, warm personality has captivated the entire stud...

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

Winter Ski Run Continued from Page 1 • instructional area will constitute the actual skiing grounds. "Whether the main run will have a tow is not definitely decided as yet," Ferguson said today. "But if we don't get a standard one such as the Sweden Ski-Tow, we hope to possibly set up some kind of tractor tow which might be a little less expensive." Part of the land may be used for the installation of a toboggan chute, also. And it is hoped, in time, that a touring or walking trail can be lalid down to skirt the entire southern and southwestern fringes of the campus. There should be plenty of room on the 400 acre estate. All in all, the potential skiing and toboggan areas will probably take up most of the acres to the south of the Center's administration building and provide the students with excellent facilities for this favorite wiinter pastime.

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

Partial Shots at Parts of Speech Noun—What you call your girl. There are proper nouns and common nouns. A proper noun is what you introduce her to other folks by. The common noun is "Dear." Verb—What freshmen and vers librists try to write sentences without. Adjective—A word of richness and vigor which must not be used in polite society. Conjunction—What you st a 11 around with when you don't know what to say. Preposition—Favorite word for ending a sentence with. Very poor grammer. Use % period instead. Adverb—What you use to split an infinittive. Article—Word of indefinite value,depending on whether you -are writing a telegram or a thousand word theme.

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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

Flying Dean" Visits Behrend Center Campus Snapped at Erie Airport by photographers last week just after landing after a trip from the main campus was Pennsylvania State College's "Flying Dean," George L. Haller, dean of the school of chemistry and physics, here to inspect the new chemistry laboratory at Erie Behrend Center. Accompanying him was Dean Edward Steidle of the school of mineral industries. • Haller, who has used his Stinson Voyager to coordinate more successfully his activities for several years now, also has an experimental plane which he uses for government radar tests. Greeting the deans was T. Reed Ferguson, administrative head of the new campus here.

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

Dean of Women Continued from Page Two through college and become ¦worthwhile individuals. Teaching the boys, who went off to war, and having them return gave her a feeling which almost seemed miraculous. Teaching the veterans th_?_t _' iave come back from the war, seeing them taking advantage of the G. I. Bill, and their earnesteess and sincerity with which they attack their work has given Miss Davis a completely satisfied ieeling. Her two great loves are music and English. Being quite accomplished in music, Miss Davis plays the piano, viola, and has had voice

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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

Beware of Dog The command might not mean much to us, but it means so much to poor "Chen." "Chen is the little black cocker spaniel who is always dodging in and out, or under somebody's feet. He loves to chase arrows on the archery court and a basketball to him is "jolly" fun. He has taken a great interest in music class and finds Doddy Fisher's lap the most comfortable after trying everybody else out. If she doesn't bill herself with her ambunctious actions, she more than likely will make many of us a "dog"-goned good pal.

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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

Christmas Dance Will End Year Our Christmas dance on December 16th, will be the last social event of the year, and the Class Officers, who are heading the committee, promise it will be a very special one. They are trying to get Neil Charles and his very fine orchestra to play for the dance, and are also making _arrangement to have it in town somewhere ifow don't forget to keep December 16 open in your date books for a swell time at Behrend's first Christmas dance!

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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

Frank Gatto Best in Shoe Repair WESLEYVILLE, PA.

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

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