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

Trio Experiences Saddle Soreness By B. L. Bemus North East was the destination for three girl® last Friday afternoon, because winter was over and with the coming of spring, the riding season had begun. Mr. Hopkins, owner of The North East Breeze, had four horses and three ponies that he wanted to be exercised. So Marian, Eudy, and B. L. took the great opportunity to brush up on their almost forgotten talents. "Hi-ho Silver and away," Marian screamed, as she and her horse did a graceful leap over the white picket fence. At this noise, Mr. Hopkins dashed out of the, neatly painted barn to rescue his horse. The confusion in the ring grew with each step, as B. L.'s five gaiter started into an uncontrollable canter. On the sidelines Eudy and Mr. Thurbon sat in the ever-faithful station wagon, shouting instructions. The hired hand just stood with a horrified look, as if to say, "Have pity on the thoroughbred!" Things were quickly brought under control, and it again looked like a c...

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

Sportscope By George Pease Basketball is fast fading from the picture here at Behrend; however, there are still a few games yet to be played. Speaking of cage activities, those Faculty sharpshooters certainly know how to play basketball, as yet they are undefeated in their first three games. Coach Miller would like all diamond enthusiasts to sharpen up their batting eyes, and limber up their throwing arms; for not too far away is softball season. The coach relates that an intra-mural league will be organized, and in all probability a Varsity squad will be formed. However, Mr. Miller stated that practice will not be called until probably the middle of March. Mr. Miller requests any who have have had golfing experience to come out for the team. Tennis and Track practice, too, will be inaugurated when the weather breaks. As for swimming, the quickness of the weather warming up will decide if Behrend will initiate swimming meets. Sometime in May, all those who would enjoy a Sund...

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

What to See And Where! By Tom McCormack This column—a review of current moving pictures, plays, etc. —is something new to the "Nittany Cub." Its author wrote similar columns last semester for the newspaper at another college. "Dream Girl," the current Playhouse comedy, is the story of one Georgina, a beautiful but wacky blonde who daydreams. In conscious life, she is in love with: 1. her brother-in-law, 2. a sarcastic reporter, 3. a middle-age dissipate. In her dreams, she imagines herself as: invalid, mother, novelist, actress, murderess, tramp, traveler, et al. The sets, lighting, and staging are masterful. The principals^- Mary Elizabeth Thoma, Henderson Forsythe, Gerry Hiken, Velle Davenport—are polished and superb. A few minor players are unconvincing. The whole thing should have moved at a much faster pace. Laughs come almost entirely from the way the lines are spoken, for the dialogue itself is practically humorless. Too much stress is placed on expendable vulgar phra...

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

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

Varsity Gals Comstocks six finally did it! ! With a high score, they defeated the G. E. A. A. gals in a fast moving basketball game. They put a * quick stop to the precedent set up earlier by winning the game 42-29. On Thursday of the following week, the girls from the Lord's Manufacturing Company — team named, Lord's Angels—hustled their gym suits out to the Behrend floor, for the final clash of the season. Using the rotation method, the Behrend girls were cheered onto another victory. The plans for the play-off have not yet been decided, but will be posted soon. The B. C. team hopes to get its teeth into the extras.

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

COMPY'S CUTIES Since the Lawrence Park Bowling Afiey has been invaded by Behrend Center, the gym is vacant of girls' Physical Education classes on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Bowling will continue until Easter, when regular classes will begin. Although nothing has yet been completed, plans have been discussed to hold a one-hour period to give the girls instruction on bowling technique.

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

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

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

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

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

Millermen By Jim Dudley The Behrend varsity traveled to Edinboro on February 20th to play the Edinboro J. V.'s. At the end of the first quarter, the Millermen trailed by the score of 14-10. By half time, Behrend shaved this lead by one point and trailed 23-20. During the second half, Edinboro played steady ball, but in the fourth quarter Behrend came from behind and scored the winning basket on a foul shot. The final score being 45-44, with Ed Werner leading the scoring for Behrend with 13 points and Price leading the Edinboro team with 14 points. On the following day, Behrend Center's team continued to travel and they played the. J. V. team of Allegheny at Allegheny. After the final whistle, the Millermen were on the short end of a 89-59 score. 0 Even though Ed Werner again lead the scoring with 25 points, Behrend just couldn't cope with the scoring of Allegheny. The Millermen never led in the game, but they never gave up the fight. Jim Yoohim bucketed 10 points for Behrend...

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

H m m m! "Oh, come now, Miss Cwiek! That's the reason why we start you out on these little one-minute speeches, so that you won't be so nervous."

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

Campus Caper By Dee Laskowski Hi! Ho! Silver. Marian Mesloh alias Dale Evans is now exercising horses at a nearby stable. Anybody have a cushion? Cynie West has a job taking care of a pair of mumps. Office in the infirmary. No visitors please! What about these Lower Slobovian Hoot Owls (Slobs, to you, son) who stayed up till three o'clock in the morning playing pinochle. Not mentioning any names, but their initials are: Janie Hotchkiss, Fred Haener, Nan Nixon, Dick Kohler, Peg Lamb, Dick Lewis, Dee Laskowski, and Jim Yochim. Has everyone noticed Howie Knapp's new Deluxe Special '36 Chevie? How about a ride, Howie? Girls! If in need of a man just see Joanne Rittenhouse. She has a whole batch hanging on her wall! Monty Clift, Jeff Chandler . . . who could ask for more? Congratulations to Dot Schweikert and Prank Canning who now belong to the R. O. H. H. New bowling record was made by Jerry Harding. He hit 300! Knock off the last zero and you'll have it. The big event of the se...

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

Clinic Mimics By Sarah Peterson Hi Kids! Here we are again. Back up to our old tricks. It looks like Sally Cassata isn't having many lonely nights since Sarah Peterson's old flame changed hands. Martha Nosker and Clarence Henry have gotten off to a good start. "That's it, keep the old spirit up, Martha." Bonnie Mattiere and Tom Schoonover seem to be having a little argument. Hey Bonnie, has Tom finally convinced you that the word is "disect" instead of "bisect." Let's not argue too much Dick Beardsley has quite a knowledge of farming as he so adequately proved to us in his speech. Instead of Pat Dolby singing, "Met A Gal In Calico" she's singing "Met A Boy In Oil City." I wonder who? It seems like Kathryn Long has taken up photography. Don't forget to show us some of those "Saxy" pictures, Kitty. As Sarah Peterson waltzs around with Jack Phillips; she coyly looks up at him with her beautiful bloodshot eyes and says; "Who dat up dere?" The last but far from least in this colu...

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

THE TALENTED TRIO Our "Husband" I Seeing Double By Sue Dunmire Who's that slouched in the chair, math book in hand, desperation on his face? One look at the dimples and teddy bear hair cut and the identity of Arthur Husband is revealed. A graduate of Wesleyville High School last year, Art was also class president and second in class scholastic ratings. In addition to being a Mario Lanza at state chorus, he made unheard of advancements in the field of band with the trumpet and baritone. Art's interests range from the eight ball to the cue stick with just plain pool sharking and out and out loafing being his real delights. Although Wesleyville has disappointed the home town boy, "Jug" has refused to be bitter over the renovation of the pool room into a flower shop. His activities at Behrend in clude guarding the gate—whoops! —doors into the classroom building, speaking seal language, singing tenor in the quartet, and in the dark past listening to little German stories about th...

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

Farewerk^ The night of February 28 was a gala occasion for many Behrend students. The first event of the evening was a rousing basketball game between Jamestown Community College and Behrend Center. The game was a neck and neck affair until the fourth quarter when Jamestown had a slight lead over Behrend. Coach Miller's boys soon took over and with a burst beat Jamestown by a score of 48-41. As soon as the game ended, most of the spectators traveled twelve miles in a hazardous snow storm to attend Gary Rautine's Farewell party. Gary enlisted in the army, and he surely will remem ber the. rip-roaring send-off from his Behrend friends.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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