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November 4, 1959
Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the
student body of Pennsylvania . State University, Behrend
Campus, Erie, Pennsylvania.
Published by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pennsyl
Associate Editors . Lloyd, Jeanne Chambers
Assistant Editors Linda Williams, David Weekley
Writers _ Diane Baldwin, Linda Bemis, Judy Benson,
Sandra Berkey, Karen Blashford, Virginia Gandelman,
Diane Janowski, JoAnne Kisiel, Karol Orzepowski, Phyllis
Scholarship is the character or qualities of a student. It that he had quite recently taken
is his knowledge and learning’. To obtain the most from his up knitting, in his spare time, he
scholastic ability, the student must become accustomed to ac- plays chess and listens to any
curate and well-disciplined learning. Class participation, con- available Frank Sinatra records,
centrated study habits, and complete understanding of the The next time you’re in the
subject matter all combine to insure this end.
In college, the student’s scholarship and his scholastic Siar Gazers Heel
standing are rated by the work he does, both written and .
oral. His activeness in class participation helps him not only The third meeting of the As- The Behrend Campus choir,
to prove his newfound knowledge, but also to clarify his mis- tronomy Club was called to order under the direction of Mr. Wil
conceptions, by President Bob Johnson, at liam Hover, met on Thursday, Oc
. - —’ 10:11 a ivr October 22. The min- tober 22, and elected officers.
Concentrated study habits must be formed early in his Utes were approved as read. They are as follows: president,
college career so that he may derive the greatest value from it was unanimously decided to Jay Krimmel; secretary, Irene
his courses. Although the time varies, he is urged to spend hold a meeting every Wednesday Kelly; and business manager, Jim
at least two hours of study time for each hour of class time, evening, if the stars are out. Higgins.
This class participation, and concentrated studying- will
then produce his complete understanding of the subject mat
ter which leads to the fulfillment of his goal of becoming a
learned person with a high scholastic standing. °
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en.ce. The ideas and information
gained by this conference will be
helpful in future council activi
A juke box was placed in Erie
Hall for the students’ enjoyment.
This eighty selection machine
will benefit the Student Council
only if .it collects over $B.OO a
week. Support your Student Coun
cil by playing the machine.
The monthly meeting of the
Behrend Faculty Women and
Wives Organization was held
at the Kochel residence, Monday,
November 2, at 8 pun. The host
esses were Mrs. Ethel Kochel
and Mrs. Carolyn Lane. There
was a very interesting program
planned with Mr. Kochel speak
ing on “The Future of Behrend
Campus.” All members enjoyed
attending this informative meet
THE NITTANY CUB
“..... President of my class,
straight ‘A’ grades, a $5OO a
month job waiting for me.
Then two weeks before grad
uation my advisor tells me
that due to an unfortunate
oversight I needed two more
credits in physical education
THE NITTANT CUB
By Ginny Gandelman
“Music by Phil King.” This
sounds familiar to most Beh
rendites who attended the fresh
man “get acquainted” dance -and
the Pumpkin Prance.
Phil, whose nickname is “Sky”,
is known to all because of his
combo, in which he plays the
saxophone and the clarinet. Mu
sic, music, music is this boy’s cry.
A member of the Jazz Club, he is
mainly interested in modem jazz
Phil is in the associate degree
program majoring in electrical
technology. He plans to serve in
the Navy for two and one-half
years, starting in February, after
which he will finish his educa
tion at Behrend.
When asked about his hobbies,
he blushed and timidly admitted
Other meetings will be held every
Thursday during common hour,
unless an assembly is planned.
Gary Mootz made an an
nouncement concerning the new
planetarium in Erie needing
trainees. Those interested are to
see Mr. Baimer.
-f- Jokes *
Ist Coed: “Andy is a real man.
He has hair on his chest.”
2nd Coed: “So’s Lassie.”
Prosecutor: “Now tell the jury
the truth, please. Why did you
shoot your husband with a bow
Defendant: “I didn’t want to
wake the children.”
Bob Glasgow to a girlfriend:
“You never kissed me like that
before, Carol. Is it because we’re
in the dark?”
Girlfriend: “No, it’s because my
name isn’t Carol!”
lounge, you will probably see Phil
at the bridge table, bidding mad
ly. His clever quips and infec
tious laugh make him a popular
man on our campus.
Choir Elects Officers
After the election of officers,
the group practiced several mu
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chased a new stereo hi-fi com
plete with bongos, A 1 “Capone”
Wnuk and his accomplice “An
astasia” Altman had recently
elaborately remodeled their pent
house, Rita “Nikita” Panameroff
opened her own library, and
someone had managed to install
a complete selection of Henry
“Song Bird” Sproat records in
the new lounge jukebox.
The remaining of the motley
crew, “Shady” Johnson, Gay “"Why
not with our money?” Vierya,
“Cuddles” Baldwin, and “Mill
creek” Steiner have been using
their allotments of the money to
further their educations by brib
ing teachers, just as if these four
didn’t have enough beauty to
bribe the teachers with already.
Mr. Kochel has announced
that arraignments for all Coun
cil members should be forthcom
ing soon—Oß THE NITTANY
CUB WILL BE LOOKING FOR A
NEW EDITORIAL STAFF!