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THE N ITT ANY CUB
VOLUME XVI, No. 2
Student Council Faces Banishment
A number of the student body
attending Behrend Campus have
received scholarships. The fol
lowing are the students and the
scholarships they received: Judy
Benson, Academy P.T.A.; Linda
Sterner, Alumni Memorial, P.S.U.:
Bonnie Campbell, American Asso
ciation of University Women;
Gary Pitetti, American Sterilizei
Company; Milton E. Miner, and
Diane Janowski, P. S. Phelps
Scholarship; William P. Dylewski,
John P. Haupt, Mary H. Lloyd',
and Eleanora Sauers, E. R. Behr
end Trust Fund; Bonnie Camp -
bell, Larry V. Johnson, J. Paul
Smith, Gary Lee Mootz, Koehler
Scholarship; Leonard Andrzejew
ski, Rotary Club; David Black,
David Eller, Robert G. Johnson,
William R. McCall, Richard Per
kins, John P. Fern, Jr., Edward J.
Van Allen, Jr. and James R. Wes
ner. Senatorial; Sandy Miller.
Wolves Club; James McLeod, Bldg.
Rare Rogues Gallery Picture of Behrend Politicians Now Available
The Cub takes pride in publishing the only extant picture of the Henry “Song Bird” Sproat, Mr. William “Don’t blame me”
Behrend Student Council “black shirt” mob. Seated (1 to r): Hover, “Big Bob” Johnson, A 1 “Capone” Wnuk, Linda “Mill.
■“Shady” Katie Johnson, Jim “Anatasia” Altman, Richard “Spike” creek” Steiner, Mr. Gordon “Me Neither” Baker, “Jazzy Jack”
Sosnowski, Diane “Cuddles” Baldwin. Standing (same order): Raeder.
OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION
BEHREND CAMPUS—Pennsylvania State University
Saturday, November 14, over
television station WSEE, from
1:30 to 2:00 p.m., the Pennsyl
vania State University will pre
sent a program, 15 minutes
of which will be about Behrend
Mr. Kochel would like to call to
the attention of the students the
fact that they may visit any
class offered on this campus, in
which they are not presently en
rolled, providing the instructor
teaching that course gives his ap
proval. This is an opportunity for
many students to obtain know
ledge about subjects in which
they are interested but have not
■been able to schedule.
The Student Council has been
invited to send representatives to
the Pennsylvania Junior College
Student Council Conference
which will be held at Harcum
Junior College on November 6 and
7. Bob Johnson and Jim Altman
were appointed' to represent
Behrend Campus at the Confer
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Rigged Campus Elections Exposed
By Student Government Body Advisors
With deep regret Advisors William Hover and Gordon Baker have
made public the fact that Student Council elections held October 1
have been exposed as fraudulent! According to their report to Mr.
Irvin Kochel, Behrend Campus director, a political machine, headed
by “Spike” Sosnowski, reputedly stuffed the ballot box and extended
threats to unsuspecting freshmen in order to gain seats on the Council.
Evidently the reason for such
action was the desire to pocket
the funds allocated to Council.
For the month of November, All present members of the or
the following activities are sched- ganization have admitted their
uted: connections with this illicit ac
tion with the exception of Rita
Panameroff, who, on advice of
14 Saturday Mid-S emes t e r her sister, is attempting to in
grades diue - voke the Fifth Amendment.
Suspicions, according to Mr.
Baker, were aroused when “Big
Bob” Johnson broke down during
24 Tuesday Basketball Me- a recent word-association test in
Keesport (home) 8 pan. psychology class. It seems the
.word “money” put Johnson into
Further investigations by mu
iically-minded Mr. Hover proved
80 Monday—Thanksgiving Re- that “Jazzy” Raeder had pur
cess ends at 8:10 pm. (Continued on Page 2)
13 Friday—Record Hop
20 Saturday—Basketball - James
town (home) 8 pm.
24 Tuesday—Record Hop
24 Tuesday—Thanldsgiving' .Re
cess begins at 5 pm.
Wednesday, November 4, 1959