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VOLUME x/l, No. 9
Tonight, May 20, from 9 ’til 1 a 'tropic moon will shine over “Bali
Hai”. Along with cool breezes will float the music of Jimmy Shea and
his orchestra to the dancing couples. Erie Hall will be transformed
into an enchanted South Sea isle by Bonnie Campbell and her deco
ration committee. The refreshment committee is headed by Nancy
McCabe, while Jim Higgins and Co. are in charge of tickets. Katie
Johnson and fellow artists are providing publicity posters and A 1 Wnuk
ana crew will be pushing brooms the following day.
——-—= ——- Tickets for $4.25 may be pur-
B&hrend Bn&YS chased from any Student Council
member. Favors for both the coed
Those students who have not and her date will be received at the
picked up their authorization to en- door. Last year the girls were
roll cards from the office are asked given Penn State bracelets and the
to get them as soon as possible. boys, Penn State tie clasps. No
A maximum enrollment is ex- one, outside of the Student Coun
pected for Behrend next year. Ap- cil, knows what the favors for this
proximately 250 freshmen will at- year will be, but a rumor just off
tend and 75 to 100 students will re- the vine says they’re -really sharp,
turn as sophomores. Transfering At intermission a local Behrend
students amount to 115. girl will be crowned queen and her
Those who participated in the escort will be king. The two run-
Behrend production of “Out of the ners-up in the voting, which took
Frying Pan” are to be commended place May 19, will be maids
on their fine acting. Attendance of-honor. Mike Mulligan is in
for the three performances sur- charge of the flowers for the queen
passed that of previous years. Also, and attendants. Bonnie Campbell
this year’s financial intake was and Katie Johnson are in charge
Associate Degree Commence- to attend and will enable the en- greater than that of other years. ’of making a.crown.
ment Exercises at the Pennsyl- tire class to receive diplomas at The dance is semi formal; this
vania State University will beheld the same ceremony, there may be « . includes anything from formals to'
in the new Beaver Stadium at inconveniences resulting from 3 K dressy dresses for the girls, and
10:30 a. m. on Saturday, June 11. parking limitations and construe- tuxedo to suits for the boys.
If the weather does not permit tion in the area ’ Guests will be C The prom will be the last or
the program to be held in the sta- required to P ark on the EOTG WW J iildllS gamzed social function at Behrend
dium, three exercises will be held drill field north of Wa S“ er Build * ft* * his s ® mester ; So Ict ’ s all to
at 10:30 a. m., 1:30 p m and ing ’ because parking will not be have fun and to say farewell to
3:30 p. m. in the Recreation Build- available in Jua e adjacent to the our friends and fellow classmates
jjjg. stadium. Some may have to utilize Yearbook payments are due now, with whom we have shared a me
parking facilities nearer to the and must be paid if you want to movable year.
The three exercises will be neces- central campus area. A ten-foot receive a yearbook. Swimmitlfl
sary because there are nearly 2,900 sidewalk leading to the stadium is Katie Johnson, editor-in-chief, re- WIITIFBIiIIg ■ 1 001
candidates for degrees, a record now under construction and is ex- P orts t’ nat the yearbooks will be out
number. Three programs will en- pected to be completed by June. It * n September. _ __ »
able each graduate to obtain four will facilitate walking from park- Members of the staff are: .® . ave a splendid pool but
tickets for guests desiring to. at- ing areas to the stadium. Editor-in-Chief Katie Johnson : ain ”l“ ** P lo P e vly is such a
tend the indoor exercises. If the On Friday June 10 from 7:30 „ SS -' Editor Dave Kendall a r ; ampbell is constant
program is held in Beaver Stadium, to 9:30 pm* a reception is to be Basmess Nj; ana £ er - -Myrna Trimble y iea enmg to fill it with
there will be no limitation to the held - Editor. Sandy Kain rocks.” Help prevent this disas
number of nie-ts that mav !! 5 degree giaau- Layout Editor.. .Phyllis Rosenblatt ter b V obeying all the rules.
Z vfw 1 ill- ates and their parents in the mam Club Editor Karol o rzepowski 1- Never swim alone.
Tickets 'will be issued .° Ung ® ° f the B f tzel Y nlon Budd ~ Sport Editor '. Judi Caplan 2. Never run around the end of
“” b “ ? f *”**' Nina Maaeako, Bonnie Campbjl.'
Members of the Prom Committee are, left to right, front row:
Mike Mulligan, Ike Sosnowski, Linda Steiner, and Katie Johnson.
Back row: Jim Higgins, Dick Scott, A 1 Wnuk, and Ed Mandel.
For Associate Degree Students
HE NITTANY CU
OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION
BEHREND CAMPUS—Pennsylvania State University
Closes Social Season
Jimmy Shea's Orchestra Will Play
in A South Seas Setting
Friday, May 20, 1960