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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 February 1953

Clinic Mimics By Jack Philips As this edition of the paper is being put to bed, it seems the motto of all the kids is; "There'-ll be a hot time in old Erie Hall, February 14th. Yes, that's the night of the Valentine Dance. Everyone is trying to spark their flame into going. But as a "certain guy" says; "You'll never get away." But a certain girl named, Sarah Peterson, keeps cutting in with the retort of; "Why dont you take 'A Slow Boat To China'" She can also be heard humming; "Till I Waltz Again With You". What is the reason? It's not you; is it, Dick? The $64 question is; "When is Joe Bowman going to switch to the new king-sized Philip Morris" By the way Joe, you and Sally Cassata sound good at "Be My Love." We can't say why, but Pat seems to remind us of "I'm an Old Cow Hand From The Rio Grande". What's that you said, pardner? Did you know that Martha Nos: ker is endowed with a very beautiful voice. Ask her to sing "Carolina In The Morning". It's out of this world; ooooh,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 February 1953

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 February 1953

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 February 1953

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 February 1953

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

The Wearin' of The Green By Cynie West Sure 'n' all the saints In Heaven know that St. Patrick belongs to Ireland. However, very few know that this patron saint was born in Kilpatrick, Scotland, ol a Roman ^ family ol high rank. Although unsure, his birth date has been set about 387 A. D. Captured by Irish marauders at the age of sixteen, young Patrick was sold as a slave to their chieftain. It was six years later, after he escaped to Britain, that he decided to devote himself to religious work, and the Christianizing of pagan Ireland. Many traditions and legends have come, out of St. Patrick's work. Probably the most famous —the one connected with the names of St. Patrick and Ireland —hasn't been conauthentic by many authorities, but it's interesting to think about. This was the tale of St. Patrick's expulsion of the snakes. As the story progressed it related that he banished all the demons except one old serpent, which refused to leave. St. Patrick made a box,and invited t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

Scholarship Awarded To New Student Thomas McCormack, a Sophomore who transferred to Behrend from Gannon College this semester, has been awarded a scholarship by the Ernest R. Behrend Scholarship Fund of the Hammermill Paper Company. The fuad was established in the will of tiie late Mr. Behrend, founder of Hammermill, to as ist scholastically-qualifying sons and daughters of Hammermill employees in financing their college education. McCormack's father is a member of the Hammermill sales department. The scholarship is for $200, to be applied toward this semester's expenses. It is a renewal of a $600 three-semester scholarship to Gannon which McCormack received from Hammermill upon graduation from Cathedral Prep in June 1951. -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

Colorful Symbol On Erie Hall Explained By Mary Ann Spranca The circular medallion painted above the main doors of Erie Hall has long been a source of fascination and mystery to students. Most of us regard it as a hex symbol, but authorities are convinced that these interesting designs which often are displayed on the barns of the Pennsylvania Dutch have no connection with hexerei. Erie Hall's architect, the late William Johnson, Sr., designed the colorful medallion. He used the Penn State colors, blue and white; the colors of the Behrend's yacht, blue and gold; and he added green to supplement the design. Mr. Ferguson claims that he regards the design as a symbol to bring good luck to our basketball team. The history of these signs dates back to pre-Christian days when the sun wheel design was used because these people worshipped the sun as the provider of everything bountiful. Charlemagne issued edicts against the use of the sun wheel, but he compromised with the people by ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

DUFFY'S TAVERN SCHEDULED FOR MAR. 14 Education Majors Initiate Campus Variety Follies On the evening of March 14, at about 8:30 in the evening, the basement of Erie Hall will take on the appearance of a tavern with typical checked tablecloths, candles dripping beautifully over wine bottles, soft lights, music, and refreshments of pretzels and beer (root, that is!) blending together to provide just the proper atmosphere for Duffy's Tavern. This event is being presented to Behrend Centerites and various high school students of the city and county, by the Education, Chemistry, Pre-Med, and Day Tech. students. There will be entertainment presented by members of these groups, plus the aid of the faculty. The main event seems to be the appearance of "Archie" and "Miss Duffy" some time during the evening. Just who are they? is wondered by all. No matter how hard one tries to find out, though * it is still a well guarded secret. I guess we'll have to attend the affair in order to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

Pictured above in a character istic pose for their coming "Duff y's Tavern" program, annual entertainment show put on by Be hrend Center freshmen and sopho mores for their fellow student* and the public, are Art Husband, ten.or; Payson Burt, bass; Lee Sundberg, lead, and DennisDriscoll, baritone, the traditional singing waiters for the March 14 affair to be held in Erie Hull on the. local roller e campus at 8 p. m.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

Alumni News Say there, Lyn Myers, I just found out one of our Day Tech. boys, Ken Siverling, who graduated from Behrend last year, has a job in Schenectady, N. Y. How about looking him up and saying a great big, "Hello and good luck," from all of us. The sophomore class has lost a couple of its members to the armed forces. Tommy Thompson, who transferred to the main campus, last year, has joined the navy, while Jerry Kightlinger, popualr speech clinic alumni, received his, "Greetings," from the president and left February 1 for the army. Pat Schwartz, a Liberal Arte student here at Behrend last year, has announced her engagement to Ronnie Brydon, also an alumni. Pat is now employed by Hammermill and Ronnie has just completed a ten weeks training course for the Burroughs Machine Company. The wedding is set for March 28. Gannon College has claimed quite a few of our alumni, including, Don Miller, Ken Brookens, Walter Eillars, and Tom Ropssing. I know you will be happy to hear ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

II Club P Highlights Astronomy Club—Just recently the observatory has been redecorated with new doors and a refinished mirror. Dick Schutte, one of the members, put temporary declinations on the scale, which will soon be replaced by metals ones. The group plan on photographing the stars, in the near future. It should prove quite interesting and fascinating. Biology Club—Our Biology club has had a little conflict between their meeting days and the basketball games; due. to the fact that bc,|h are on Monday nights. Members of the club mentioned the future field trips they plan to go on. Many are planning to take interesting pictures of nature, and their main project will be to make tree plaques for the various types of trees on the Behrend Center campus. Chemistry Club—Due to a number of circumstances the Chem istry Club has disbanded for the semester. Current Events Club—During their recent meeting the club held a discussion on the problem of immigration. David Hopkins was ap...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

AROUND THE FIREPLUG By Chenne Scandal Scandal! Since my last mangy column appeared in this paper, the students have engaged in some questionable extracurricular activities. They tell me that Jim "L'il Abner" Yochim has been taking up the game of pinochle until weird hours with Dee Laskowski as the teacher. And even Gordon Wiser has been skating on thin ice again, not with Lyn this time, but on the Behrend swimming pool. Pants dry yet, Gordon? And have you seen Jim Bautz' shiner? Did you say a basketball game or a new girl, James? Speaking of wounds, Joan Krut arrived back after a week-end at home with a mangled lip. Perhaps expert Ron Turley could give Len a few romantic lessons! The Miss Glasser-Mr. Baker love duo seems to have cooled off of late, but then one does get tired pushing a wheel-chair around, I'm. told. And speaking of Cynie and Don, or can you speak, Cynie? And while we are interrogating, let's ask: were Mr. Botany and G. Lyons picking on you in Zoology 2 Lab, ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

THIS MEANS YOU! Lately, our bulletin board in the classroom building has been turned into a free-for-all where students feel free to write comments and low remarks. Any school bulletin board exists primarily for the good of the student body and for the posting of current notices both social and educational. While writing these quips and witticisms upon the notices might prove amusing to those participating, it doesn't speak well for our school and certainly doesn't improve it in any way. In fact, the majority of Behrend Center would be quite embarrassed if a visitor, parent, or prospective student would pass by our front hall ' For those exuberant students who persist in being humorous,-there's plenty of time between classes to exchange these jokes without posting them for the entire school to read. Let's all cooperate in a campaign to keep our bulletin board clean, orderly, and something to be proud of. RAH! RAH! RAH! Our basketball team played hard and won, sometimes they lo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

Letter to the Editor Dear Editor: Recently I overheard a group of students speaking about summer school at Behrend. I, too, have often wondered whether it would be possible to have a summer session for several weeks. In this way many students can obtain the opportunity to earn more credits and repeat subjects which they have failed, before enrolling at the Perm State campus, or another college of their choice. Not only would it be an advantage to the student, but to the teacher as well. Teachers seem to always want graduate work in order to maintain their degree in the teaching field. I believe two or three years ago Behrend Center did have a very successful summer school; why not try it again for the 1953 summer session?

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

Personality of the Issue By Dick Schutte Loyal Weaver, Millcreek alumnus, is one of the newcomers to Behrend this semester. When at Millcreek, he participated actively in the field of sports, concentrating on football and basketball. We were surprised to hear that he also found time to sing first bass in the acappella choir. At Behrend, Loyal is enrolled in the school of Liberal Arts, but he hopes someday to become a Veterinarian. Here at Behrend, he continues his propensity for varied interests, one of them being his favorite course, Ping Pong. He belongs to the Presque Isle Boating Association, and during fair weather, he spends much of his spare time on his 16 foot sailboat. In bad weather, he tinkers with his Model A Ford—his means of transportation to school. Loyal earns spending money driving a produce truck. This summer he expects to continue this part time job as well as his boating activities. The fact that Loyal made the first Chenne column ,this semester proves th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Dot Schweikert You'll see him striding purposefully through the cafeteria, pipe in hand and a distracted look on his face. That's Mr. Balmer, chemistry and physical science instructor for the Behrend Campus. Born in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, he attended high school in Staten Island, New York, and was graduated from Wagner College as a chemistry major. Drafted into the army in 1941, he served as a sergeant assigned to a chemistry lab outfit. Due to an accident while performing amalysis on Japanese bombs, he was perhaps the only man in World War II who was gassed. Back in the states after his return, he met and married Evelyn Balmer. They now have three Children: Norman, Deanne, and Wesley. The other member of the family is Puff, the familiar little pup seen running around the campus. Louis Balmer has done graduate work at Rutgers and at Penn State, and now he spends summers at Syracuse University. He's had his own radio and television shows on chemistry in E...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

NlTTANr CUB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the •tudent body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa. _ /3^^§N. ^•"iSSS-^ ^ Editor-in-Chief Betty Johnson Assistant Editors Carole Schmitzer, Mary Ann Spranca Feature Editors Sue Dunmire, Nancy Heigl Business Staff Lew Bigler, Jack Hill, Jan Loperfito, Lyn Myers, Ann Normecutt. Staff Artist Marion Mesloh Writers Chenne, Jim Dudley, Joan Judson, Eta Landberg, George Pease, Mary Anne Scalera, Dick Schutte, Dot Schweikert, Sylvia Shay, Yvonne Vandeuren, Cynthia West, Bill Christ, Charles Lindberg, Peggy Lamb, Dolores Laskowski, B. L. Bemus, Jack Philips. Faculty Advisor __ David G. Thurbon

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

MEET US WENDY'S DINOR Route 20 Wesleyville Phone 8-2066 Erie, Pa. Cofnpliments Of JACK FROST DONUTS ^^V^V^t V^X^K^X^X^X^X^V^ The Erie Book Store ? y New And Used Books ? § 17 EAST 8TH STREET f § ERIE, PA.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 6 March 1953

| WRIGHT JEWELERS BULOVA-HAMILTON WATCHES 2905 Buffalo Rd. Wesleyville, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF Schaffner's Esso Station Wesleyville, Pa. GEO. V. THOMAS < JEWELER < Wesleyville , Est. 1919 i NYCCR Watch Insp.

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