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THE NITTANY CUB
VOLUME XVI, No. 3
Journalism Workshop Set For Behrend
Freshman coed Nancy McCabe gives ns a pretty reminder that
the Thanksgiving holiday starts soon, as she hands her turkey
to Mrs. Enola Kelly, Behrend’s head cook. (Editor’s note to the
Daily Collegian: Nancy isn’t “really” a pilgrim, and she didn’t
“really” shoot the turkey.),.
Mr. Joseph. Vigorito, accounting
instructor, addressed the Friday
Noon. Discussion Group of the
Erie YMCA recently. His topic
was the city of Berlin. Mr. Vig
orito visits either Europe or South
America each summer.
Dean Benjamin A. Lane spoke
to the Belles-Lettres Club of Mer
cyhurst College, a literary organ
ization, Tuesday, November 10.
He presented a discusison on By
lon Thomas, the poet and image.
The Erie County Chapter ' of
the ACES (Americans for Com
petive Enterprise System) has in
vited twenty students each from
Behrend, Gannon College, Mercy
hurst College, Villa Maria Acad-
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BEHREND CAMPUS—Pennsylvania State University
emy, Edinboro State Teachers’
College, and fifteen or twenty
Erie industrialists to hear Mr.
John Seliskar, vice president of
the Central National Bank, of
Cleveland, speak on the meaning
and impact of inflation in an ex
panding economy. A discussion
period' will follow.
A movie originally filmed for
television will be shown Novem
ber 23 and 24 here on campus by
Mr. Bums, instructor in history,
for anyone interested. The title
of the film is “Golden Twenties.”
The newsreel footage presents
highlights of politics, Wall Street
activities, religions, athletics, pro
hibition, military and foreign sit
uations, the arts and other events
which reflect the spirit of the
JOHN D. VAIRO OF THE MAIN
CAMPUS CONDUCTING PROGRAM
A one-day Journalism Workshop will be held Saturday, Novem-
ber 21, in Erie Hall at Behrend Campus, starting at 9 am. It will
be conducted by Mr. John D. Vairo of the School of Journalism,
Penn State University, and a staff of area newspaper personnel. The
workshop is a result of a survey conducted by letter last April to
determine the interest of student newspaper staffs and their ad-
visors in attending such a workshop,
The following activities are
scheduled for the remainder of
town (home) 8 pm.
Keesport (home) 8 p.m.
24—Thanksgiving Recess Begins,
30—Thanksgiving Recess Ends,
"FROM HEARTS AND FLOWERS TO ROCK AND ROLL"
Thursday, November 19, at the
common hour meeting, Behrend
students will have a chance to
hear, as their speaker, Mr. Max
Daxone. Mr. Darone, secretary of
the YMCA, will give an illustrated
talk ■ entitled “From Hearts and
Flowers to Rock and Roll.” He
will' use the piano and has even
promised to bring his guitar, which
could make the presentation even
For years, Mr. Darone has been
making a hobby of collecting
popular songs reflecting condi
tions of United States history.
Some of these songs will be re
lated to the Civil War and) the
Spanish American War. Most.
however, will pertain to Pcnnsyl-
Wednesday, November 18, 1959
The following objectives for
the program were set forth: offer
ing high school students the
knowledge and experience of the
University in newspaper produc
tion, giving students and teachers
che opportunity of discussing stu
dent newspaper problems, analyz
ing various high school newspap
ers, and encouraging students to
enter journalism, as a career.
The workshop will include a
film, “Behind the Type,” a dis
cussion, a panel to which students
are to bring several copies of
their school’s newspapers, and a
tour of the campus.
A fee of $2.50, covering registra
tion and a catered lunch, will be
•charged each enrollee.
Max Darone, YMCA secretary,
will speak to students in tomor
row’s assembly program.