The Nittany cub. (Erie, Pa.) 1948-1971, March 18, 1960, Image 1
VOLUME No. 7 ACADEMIC DEANS VISIT CAMPUS Members and officers of the newly formed literary club discuss program plans for future meetings, They include, seated from 1. to r., Mrs. Grace Davies, secretary-treasurer; Janice Franfke; standing, Linda Bemis; Ed Mandel, president; Rita Panamerofif, vice-president; and Gary Mootz. Interviews Begin For June Jobs On March 7 the Drafting and Design Technology students began theii* interviews for jobs after their graduation in June. On March 9 Electrical Technology stu dents started their interviews along with the DDT’s. The interviews have been con ducted by representatives of Bab cock and Wilson, 1.8. M., and Copes Vulcan. In April, Federal Avia tion t Agency and Rocketdyne will finish the interviews. Nearly 100% of the boys here at Behrend, from these interviews, are placed each year in high paying, responsible jobs. The Drafting and Design cur riculum is intended to prepare de- tail or layout draftsmen and junior Miss Lipp, Dean of Women of designers for manufacturing ■ in- Pennsylvania State University will dustries as well as for the many visiting Behrend Campus some concerns engaged in installation or time this spring. erection work. The principal objec- All students who plan to trans tive of the curriculum is to pre- fer to the main campus must live pare young men and women for in University 'housing facilities or employment in machine design, tool fraternity houses. (Continued on Page 4) HE NITTANY CUB OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION ACTIVITIES CALENDAR MARCH 18—Choir Dance. 25—Student Nurses Dance. APRIL I—Vax-iety Show. 7—Common-Hour Program. 10—Easter Play 13-20—Easter Vacation. Behrend ,Briefs March 26 at 1:30 Dean Benja min Lane, along with John Miller, Larry Johnson, and Bonnie Camp bell, will be seen on “Talk-Back” over WICU-TV. BEHREND CAMPUS—Pennsylvania State University (Continued on. Page 4) Officials View Behrend For Expansion Program Today, March 17, the Academic Deans of P.S.U. are visiting- our Campus. This visit is quite unique due to the fact that the Deans are all visiting the campus at once. Mr. Larry Dennis, Vice-President in charge of Academic Affairs, is accompanying them. The reason for the visit is to view the campus with an eye to the expansion program and to talk with the faculty- members and students. The Deans will be honored by a dinner which will be held at the Erie Club. The following Deans ai*e included in the visit: K. R. Albrecht—Acting- Dean, Col lege of Agriculture. C. K. Arnold—Staff Assistant to the President. R. G. Berneuter —Dean of Admis sions and Registrar. F. G. Brickwedde—Dean, College The Spring play, under the di- of Chemistry and Physics, rection of Mr. Lane, will he held L - E - Dennis—Vive President for April 27, 28, and 29. The play, Out Academic Affairs. of the Frying Pan, is a three-act Ben - Euwema—Dean, College of comedy written by Francis Swann. Liberal Arts. The cast includes: Donald H. Ford—Director, Divi- GEORGE BODELL. .Jay Krimmel sion of Counseling. NORMAN REESE Tom Page Leslie P. Greenhill—Associate Dir- TONY DENNISON.. .John Miller ector, Division of Academic Re- KATE AULT Janice Logan search and Services. MARGE BENSON Ann Taylor Grace M - Henderson—Dean, Col- DOTTIE COBURN.Sue Anderson le £ e of Home Economics. MRS. GARNET. .Bonnie Campbell (Continued on Page 4) MURIEL FOSTER..Kate Cragun ARTHUR KENNY..John Raeder Mrs. Falkenhagen’s Speech 200 class will stage Joseph of Arima~ thea, a one-act play, on Palm Sun day, April 10. Thespians In Fry Pan The cast includes: JOSEPH Bill Sturdevant NICODEMUS Jack Fern ESTHER Joann Meech JO ASH Ken Staub ANN AH Mary Lloyd SOLDIER Bob Johnson READER Dick McCabe WOMEN Jo-Anne Kisiel and Jeanne Upperman Plans For Variety Show Announced Tentative plans for the Variety Show have been announced by Mr. A. Bums and Dr. E. Smith. The plans include a program in Erie Hall with a night-club atmosphere. (Continued on Page 4) Friday, March 18, 1960 DON MOORE Author and journalist, Dan T. Moore, will speak on “Spy War fare Today” at the common hour April 7. He is a former rank ing X-2 counter-intelligence offi cer in Cairo and the Middle East.