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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

OFFICE CHATTER •X^'X^K^X^'K^X-^X^'X^-X^'K^X^X^; By Jo Borkowski The "White House" of Behrend Center offers a charming and dignified atmosphere, but it is not without efficient and friendly personnel. It would be difficult to think of Behrend Center without Mrs. Adam, secretary to Mr. Ferguson, administrative head of our campus, and veteran's representative to the many veterans who are attending colleges this year. Mrs. Adam, an industrious personality, though actively engaged in handling administrative affairs, enjoys spending her free time away from the campus in her flower garden. Knitting sweaters is also one of her pastimes, and we are all interested in that suit that is in the process of being created through her able artistry. Another member of the knitting circle is Mrs. Ruth McCardle, the receptionist at the main desk. Mrs. McCardle hails from Mendenhall, Mississippi. She will be with us only a short time, but that pleasant and co-operative attitude is worth its weig...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Improvements At long last, the road through Behrend Center has been macadamized. Faculty, students, and visitors are indeed fortunate in having a hard-surfaced road to travel on. Thank goodness, the day of mud puddles and dust clouds are over, and in their place springs a modern, streamlined drive. Another important advantage of the recently finished road, is that Behrend Center's natural scenic beauty can be appreciated even more than heretofore. Some students find the fifteen-mile speed limit a rather stiff regulation, but it represents a safety measure, with the student in mind. Another addition to the Center can be, found on the second floor of the Classroom Building. There, one may see, as a result of much time and effort, two sparkling new classrooms, which near completion steadily. The light fixtures have yet to be finished and the heating system installed, although some classes have already been held in them. The woodwork and doors are finished in natural wood, while t...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Shutter Snappers Now Organizing Recently established, the Photography Club of Behrend Center offers many opportunities for industrious shutterbugs who are interested in camera art and technical processes inclusive. Under the guidance of Mr. Balmer, the members of the club are: Jack Tupitza, Jody Borkowski, Arnold Bergquist, George Stauffer, Tom Graczyk, John Churchill, Larry Markham, and Gordon Beale. Officers have not yet been elected, however, Jack Tupitza, the official Nittany Cub photographer, is acting president protempore. One of the many projects of •this organization is the establishment of a fully equipped, permanent dark room to be built somewhere in the classroom building. All of the members of this diligent organization are looking forward to many a rewarding result of their creative efforiS"in the development of aood pictures.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

MEET YOUR FACULTY A native of Reading, Berks County, Pa., is Mr. John L. Frederick, one of the new additions to Behrend Center's faculty. Mr. Frederick, an instructor in the romance languages and in music, teaches Spanish and French at the Center, and has the honor of being the first regular faculty member to conduct the music course. An alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts and Master's degree, he taught Spanish at Rutgers University, The State, University of New Jersey, from 1947 to 1950. Mr. Frederick's main interest is the organ, although he is a capable pianist. This interest accounts for his large collection of organ scores. He goes from conductor to chorister, when he takes time from his duties to sing in the Festival Chorus, conducted by Charles Henderson. Collecting classical records is Mr. Frederick's main leisure time activity, and his collection is John Frederick growing all the time. A member of the American Guild of O...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

BEHREND CENTER PRESENTS... By Dorothy Kaliszewski For its first student personality of the issue, the Nittany Cub chooses Josephine Borkowski, better known to her friends as Tody. Three years service in the Women's Army Corps has enabled her to attend Behrend Center under the G I Bill Of Rights. Fort Lee, Virginia, was the site of her basic training, although Fort Mason, California, became her permanent residence for the remainder of the enlistment period. Here she served as a telephone operator due to the experience she had received at the General Telephone Company of Erie. Jody's great interest in people and in her surroundings led to her election as company reporter and as a member of the Army Character Guidance Program. Even with all these various duties to keep her quite busy, she still had time to visit Alaska and Hawaii on leaves. B. E. M. (bug-eyed monsters) hold a speial fascination for her, and she hopes someday to write fiction stories. Jody is majoring in journal...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

NITTANT CUB Established October 38, 194*, as the •metal publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center. Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa. Editor-in-Chief Sylvia Shay Assistant Editors Anne Walsh, Dot Kaliszewski Business Staff Barb Orchard, Larry Dunfee, Jim Black Staff Artist Tom Graczyk Photographer Jack Tupitza Writers Jodie Borkowski, Jake Gehrlein Janie Jackson, Eileen Lardo, Dick Moore, Nan Nixon, Dottie Parks, Beverly Salchow, Jack Rimp. Faculty Advisor David G. Thurbon

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

A Little Caution In 1789, 1 nomas Jeiierson expressed in one of his many letters, the thought that the execution of the laws is more important than the making of them. It would be appropriate today, to refer the fifteen mile an hour speed limit to Mr. Jefferson's statement, in regard to enforcement and penalty for infraction of this measurt. Whether the law is little or big, or the penalty great or small, it serves a purpose well worth mentioning. t The intention of the speed limit regulation is to prevent accidents, and being a preventive measure it does need a careful observance and abeyance. To think of laws in terms of penalties is a folly, and to entertain the idea that laws are rnade, "for somebody else, not me," smells of injustice. Naturally, we howl in distress when we are caught breaking a law but wouldn't it be wiser to think before we act and prevent an infraction? The law can become a mighty friend and your pocketbook needn't become empty paying out the fines, whe...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Reggie's Ramblings Unbeknownst to many, Reggie, the Behrend Center groundhog, is back on the campus after a five month absence. It seems that he resented th e tremendous amount of inaccuracy on the shooting range. This, along with the "no alcohol" edict, caused him to uproot his home and move downstate. But, according to Reggie, "A person couldn't find a decent hole to hibernate, and the price of tomatoes is atrocious." The other day Reggie let it be known that he was ready for an interview. (This was accomplished by attacking three dorm girls, the cat, and Puff, Mr. Balmex's dog.) So taking pad and pencil in hand and shin guards on shins I went to Reggie's new home, 50 paces off the nature trail. I was greeted by a flying missile from the wise rodent. Question: Have you any particular comment upon the beginning of this year? Reggie: (Throwing carrot to ground.) That freshman Customs was a farce if 1 ever saw one; the Student Council is as inefficient as ever; (squirting bot...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

* * * * * * Compy's Cufies By Dottie Parks You may have noticed a strange assortment of bedraggled, blearyeyed young ladies emerging from Wintergreen Gorge one Thursday afternoon. They were hot in pursuit of Janie Bastow, whose homeward bound path (after one of Compy's "short" gym hikes) led the whole delegation up, up, UP a sheer, slippery cliff. The first general impression seemed to be that the whole maddening excursion was merely "a short-cut", . . . but now we know. Some of our more athletic Gym Dandies, including Rene Mattison, Beverly S&lchow, Barb Orchard, Jan Jackson. Anne Walsh, Noreen Knoll, Eileen Lardo, Lynn Montague, and Jodie Borkowski, have been wildly tossing basketballs at each other in blissful anticipation of "slaughtering the alumni" during Homecoming. (No serious casualties have been reported so far, but of course practice hasn't gotten under way yet.) "Rah! Rah! Sis boom bah!" is becoming quite a common expression around campus lately. The girl...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

S port sco pe By Jak e Gehrlein Football of the one hand tag variety has been enjoying an extra long season, thanks to this thing called Indian Summer. Regular participants include: Skip Mattson, Jim Yochim, Buster Haney, and Whitey Moore. This quartet is usually backed up by some of the following: Jack Murray, Al Gesler, Norm Merchant, 3ill Maeder, and Clem McCluskey. State's varsity, after a slow start, is on the way to a good season. After dropping the first two games to Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, they have bounced oack to beat Boston College, Syracuse, and a rough Texas Christian team in sucession. One. of Dr. Miller's new recreation projects is archery. This is under the direction of Ray "William Tell" Mattson who is one of the better, young bowmen in this area. One minute editorial—When are the men's showers going to be ready? Thisa and Thata. . . the horseshoe pits have been in operation as Max Peoples and Dennis Polatas struggled in mortal combat.. and what happen...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

STRIKES and SPARES By Jack Rimp Hi Gang! Campbell's Alleys was the scene of the opening of the Behrend Center Bowling League three weeks ago. With only one interruption due to the traffic survey, the league seems to have gotten off to a fine start. Eight teams haye been organized and their captains appointed. They are: The Buzzards, Jim Seybolt; The Cardinals, Don Kazmaier; The Eagles,. Jerry Whitney; The Gulls, Jo Borkowski; The Hawks, Jim Yochim; The Snipes, Joe Benacci; The Swallows, Jake Gherlein; and The Vultures with Reid Yaple at the helm. The two meetings of the B. C. B. L. have turned up some promising candidates in the field of kegling. Some pretty good scores have been racked up, and they promise to rise in the future. The boys have quite an edge over the girls, but never underestimate the power of a woman. We saw Syb Shay execute a beautiful 5-7 split. Dick Kuneman seems to have set up a record. He has four strikes in a row. Great work, Dick, Anyone care to try f...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Oft and On the Campus •<>' y by flan Nixon S Hfere i am with any gossip I i$S&l<f4ig up. *%otic^d around the campus: Syb Shay and Dee Laskowski ^wkihg ' as if they lost something ftiultfjfe5 one weekend; Frannie Kfelsen gnawing on carrots and .iel&'y jiist like Bugs Bunny;Jake • j^l^fefe'proving his authority as president of Student Council; Dot Ji^r tisSeiVfeki asking everyone for 4tewl at the last minute; Dennis Polatas relieved to find no summon^ in the . mail; and the whole cSmpus looking as if it never h^rd^ffaie word "sleep". ¦ "4toi ^zrhaier was complaining ahff^ljniping around after trying to*'ttakei nke . a football star one Sunday afternoon. Better take l^e^o^yourback, Don! •u 1^rfy Kulii and Dennis DriscdU Save been studying in the s aSk s - cafeteria these rainy afternoons. If they don't look out, their eyes will give way, and "triey" won't be able to see all the 'pretty girls on the campus. -; Jack Rimp seems to know quite a ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

The picture above represents your Student Council, the people you campaigned for and put into: office? They ' wWMo righ* ( M»ted) Dr..Miller, advisor; Nancy Elms, Jake Gehrleiii ,.Mr,, Babner, advisor; Bud Schultas, Jim Culberteon, Fran Nielsen. Joe Schmitt-KUeen Lardo, and Tom Hagen. Larry Markham was absent when the, iicture was taken. »? *

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Roving Reporter Strikes Again To the strains of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic," cadet Gerty Finckledooper shouldered her, bazooka and prepared to storm the fortress. Let me tell you about Gert. Just an average run of the mill baby sitter, Gerty says, "The little darlings are so easy to handle. All I have to do is keep my brass knuckles handy." "Tell us," Miss Finckledooper. "what about your scrimmage, oops, I mean sitting, last night?" "Well, sir, I want you to know that I love those kiddies as if they were my own. Johnny was so cute when he hit me over the head with that billy club the other night. After that I told him we were going to play a little game called Houdini. You should have heard the sweet nothings that he whispered while hopping around in his strait jacket. Putting the children to sleep is no problem at all. My favorite sedative is a battle ax administered with gentle hands. "In preparing for battle, I first strap on my '45' and stuff tear gas bombs in my p...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Dig This Crazy Feathered Songster In our song "Hail To The Lion" reference is made to all the honored idyls of several different colleges. Never let it be said that Behrend is without a mascot. This little fellow, ;aWjough not Cero.-cipus like * the Nittany Lion, or the black Panther of old Pitt, is very outstanding and eyecatching in his own realm.' The little creature about whom I am writing is our friendly Clem the Cardinal. Clem, a very mysterious fellow, made his first appearance on campus last March and has been a regular visitor, ever since. He spends many hours every day. flying against- the windows of the library. When the windows are open, he flies in, looks around, and flies back out -again." I'd just like to know what's with this crazy little mixed up guy. He acts like a mad bop musician that's really gone, but then after all there> still Nero and he's been gone for a long time.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Ping Pong Majors Are Active Again Respective table tennis tournaments for the women and men students have,been organized and, initiated by Dr. James Miller, in charge of Behrend Center recreational activities. Opening line-ups for the first matches for the gals include: Eileen Lardo vs. Lou Laube, Renee! Mattison vs. Anne Walsh, Noreeni Knoll vs. Jan Jackson, and Lynn Montague has drawn a bye. In the men's tourney, Budi Schultz has a bye, Bob Brandtj faces Jim Culbertson, Gary Bailey vs. Buster Haney, Joe Schmitt vs.j Art Cassidy, Bob Yeager vs. Johni Geiger, Jim Taylor vs. Chuck Dieter, John McGraw vs. Jim Dudleyj i Reid Yaple vs. Mike Nagel, Jake Gehrlein vs., Em Miller, Jim Lay vs. George Jackson, Skip Mattsoij vs. Denny Driscol, Dick Moore vsj Tom Vieira, Don Kazmaier vs. Jof Benacci, Ed Grossman vs. Al Ftovej Gerry Sandelstein vs. Bill Maede4 and Jim Yochim vs. Hairy Kuhl ' ¦

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 4 November 1953

Fryer Heads Speeeh PrograiJi In case you have noticed a dapjper bow-tie wearing cheerful li|tfe gentleman about the campusiarfi particularly in the general area of the basement room below the cafeteria, the person is Mr . Emejk Fryer, in charge this year of the Behrend Center Speech and Head ing Clinic, with the very capable assistance of Mr. Max Kaplan. Mr. Fryer hails from the Philadelphia section of the country and a rabid fan of the Philadelphia Athletics in baseball and the Eagles in football. In fact, Mr. Fryer also enjoys occasionally participating in faculty sports, himself, having played for the faculty basketball team the past few years Among Mr. Fryer's speech Clin ic students this year are Duane Brooks, Geneva; Sue Gill, Cochranton; Edward Hammer, Erie; Ruth Hovis, Clintonville; Harold Mc-Gaffic, Sharon; Charles Mettlaeh, Erie; Louis Simmers, Butler; Donald .Smith, Erie; Mary Sue Williams, Corry; and Ruth Myers, TMusville.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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