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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

Alumni Association Seeks New Members Since its organization last June, the Hazleton Center Alumni Association has enjoyed a steady increase in membership. To the present time, a goodly portion of Center students are members of the association. However, there are some who have not as yet joined, and it is the intention of the board to give them an opportunity to do so during the week preceding Christmas. There will be a meeting of the association Tuesday, December 21, at 8:00 p. m. All present and potential members are urged to attend; activities for the earning season will be discussed and the board of directors will give a report of its work so far. The Alumni Association promises to be one of the most active social and educational organizations in the community. It will offer an opportunity for students to renew old acquaintances, provide social entertainment, and work for the advancement of the Center. The success of the organization depends upon the support given it by t...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

TTOtrTOF-TOWN ERS REGISTER AT CENTER This year there are a large numbei of out-of-town students attending the Hazleton Center. The reason for this influx of out-of-town students is the unusually crowded condition at the Campus this year. Of the 75 pupils, who are attending classes at the Center this year, seventeen live too fai from Hazleton to commute and are making their homes with families in town. John Mooty hails from the town of Simpson, while at the other extreme Stanley Glabick, Stephen Zayach, Frederick MacDowell, and Stanley Steciw of Chester. Emer Flounders lives in Media which is on the outskirts of Chester. Philadelphia sends Harry Rein to our fair Campus, and Pershing Jones and William Savitz, two of the mainstays of the Center's basketball team, are from Easton. Other out-of-town students are: Ellis Warner of Halfield; Charles Watkins of Kingston; Kenneth Smiley and Harvey Fisher, both of Phoenixville; Ross Blyler of Beverly, N. J.; Claire Foley of Wilkes-Barre;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

DEPARTMENT Ht-ADS VISIT HAZLETON NEW CHEMICAL PROF. Mr. David B. Pugh, supervisor of Undergraduate Centers, has made frequent trips to the Hazleton Center this semester. On his last two trips he was accompanied by members of the Campus faculty. On October 13, Mr. Pugh and Dean Stoddart, of the School of Libei-al Arts, visited the Center and spent the day with Mr. Eiche. A few students made appointments to meet Mr. Stoddard and asked his advice on various questions concerning entrance examinations on the Campus and the courses they should study in preparation for their future vocation. Mr. Pugh visited the Center again on Nov. 10 and was this time accompanied by Prof. Gates, professor of English Composition, and Dr. Kingsley Davis, new Head of the Division 9f Sociology. The visitors met the members of the faculty, after which they were taken to Coaldale to go through the mine.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

Improvements Made In School Building Since the beginning of the semestei the building occupied by the Penn State Center at Hazleton has been vastly improved. This is the result of the untiring efforts of the facultj with the aid of the student body. Within the last three months both a chemistry and a physics laboratory have been installed and completely equipped; lockers have been erected in the halls for the convenience of the students; and a room, that was not needed for classes, has been converted into a game room, where both students and faculty members may play ping-pong, chess, and many other games between classes. The library has been installed in new quarters oh the " second floor and is well stocked with books, many of which have been generously loaned by the instructors. Last September the rooms that are now occupied by the physics and chemistry laboratories were empty. The rooms were first furnished with laboratory work tables; those for the [Continued on page 41 <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

Two New Instructors Join Center Facuity Lester Kieft, our Chem instructor and Hans Janssen, German and economics specialist, are the youngest members of our "faculty family.' Both have begun this year their firsi year of Center instructing. Mr. Kiefi has taken the place of Dr. Weidner, who emigrated to the University of Alaska; Mr. Janssen has taken over Mr. Herpel's German and Mr. Goas; economics classes. Mr. Kieft and Mr. Janssen took to the Center as ducks do to water. The chem prof has turned out to be an energetic and capable faculty manager of athletics; while Mr. Janssen holds .more than his own in the Cosmopolitan Club and on the chess board. NEW GERMAN PROF _HtlNS _JONNSEN

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

DRAMATICS CLUB GIVES FIRST PLAY The first play, "There's Always Tomorrow," presented by the Dramatic Club proved to be a tremendous success. The playlet directed by Miss Yotter had for its cast Miss Mary Ann McClintock, Joan, one half of the unsuccessful team of actors; Mr. Kermit LaRose was Bob Evans, the husband of Joan; the perfect landlady was portrayed by Miss Marie Somers; while the ever promising wealthy friend of the Evans' was Miss Anna Greshko. On the staff of stage hands were Misses Ruth Bachman, Alice Marie McGrory, Josephine Zogby, Mr. R. E. Warner and John Barnes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

Visit Bell Telephone Co. Through the courtesy of the Bell Telephone Company, Mr. Herpel_, physics instructor, and his physics group were conducted on a toui throughout the telephone building. The entire group was shown the administrative, communicative, and power units of the entire telephone system. The tour was helpful in clarifying the theoretical work of the students.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

PENN-PENN STATE FOOTBALL GAME At the annual Penn-Penn State football game, students and Mr. Kieft from the Center attended to cheer the Penn State team on to victory. State's victory through a fast, accurate passing attack proivided a thrill for the Center delegation_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

Wins Tournament Hail to the champ! Miss Mary Ann Mcdlintock proved her supremacy at the ping-pong table toy triumphantly surviving weeks of competition in the girls' ping-pong tournament. In the finals she defeated Ruth Louise Bachman and Betty Jane Newell.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

A*^—IN^—M H&lt;~»KH^— M—nil Illl l||l MM - num. mi iB—IIN ^—KII ^— UN HB "¦ N « ^—« H—*M^— «_ll^—K N ^—««¦— H It——II11^— N " H mi |_1) | BARBS AND BOUQUETS j If everything clicks, "ye gentle reader " should be scanning this column with the spirit of Yuletide abroad. At this stage of the game the freshmen are recovering from the usual high school hangover and forming new credos, while the sophomores are lamenting their broken resolutions of study. Both classes are finding themselves in dire straights (uncharted). Courage, comrades, le diable estmort! We have just begun to fight! Who was so rude as to snicker? % _s»» -_£• Because of the combined efforts of Mr. Goas and our diligent store committee, our Center has a snappy and efficient store to grace the game room. Bouquets to the financial wizardry of both. The new display case has added the touch artistic. * $ * A distinct boom is being given to our Center by the inroads chess has made. You know—we're going intellectual. H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

WHAT IS WRONG? During the first weeks of the school term great progress was reported in the musical organizations of the Center. Local newspapers told of expectations of a big year for the orchestra and glee club. New names were being added continually to the membership list. Then came a sudden lull in these reports. However, various explanations may have been given for this abrupt end in the publicity of the clmbs. Perhaps the orchestra wished to keep its progress a secret; perhaps the glee club was going to give a surprise concert that would sweep the students from their seats. But neither of these explanations are the answer, for this lack of publicity. The real explanation (or shall we call it an apology?) is that there are no musical organizations any longer, and the cause of this lies wholly in the attitude of the student. Student Council 'has given, its full support by buying a. piano. Prof. D. J. Lewis ihas offered his services, Miss Irene Sherrock and Mr. Herman Stewart...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

f CAMPUS QUIPS I At the University of Minnesota there is an atom-smashing machine which maiy sooon rival the projectors of the mythical Buck Rogers era. By means of the cyclotron, the high voltage necessary for atom-smashing is obtained. These high voltages are the "gunpowder" used in shooting a bullet into the nucleus or heart of the atom. * * * A new oxygen imask to protect mental workers from fatigue caused by thinking was described to the American Physiological Association by Dr. Arthur Bills of the University of Cincinnati. (We need about 75 here, eh what?) * * * THINGS WE LEARN IN COLLEGE: 1. How to sleep in the classroom with your eyes open. 2. How to turn questions back on professors. 3. How long to stutter, until someone gives the right answer. 4. How loud to laugh at each professor's jokes. 5. How dumb a freshman looks; how silly a sophisticated sophomore [Continued on page 4]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

_, DON'T GIVE UP! "People are, very largely, what they make themselves. If they will to do a certain thing, and that will power is consistently exercised over a sufficiently long span of time, they usually arrive at their predetermined goal; likewise, if they decide against a certain objective, dynamite wouldn't get them there . . . You are not fair to yourself to let yourself get discouraged so soon. Besides, you are much too young to really appreciate -what discouragement really means; it does not belong to youth." This passage, from a letter of a teacher to one of his pupils, applies to every discouraged student. Some scholars are leaving college and others are worrying themselves practically sick because of low or failing grades. Some students who have had all A's in high school are below grade «t college. But now is not the time to become discouraged and admit defeat. Whatever is done cannot be undone. Why not exercise whatever will power you have? Do your best, nothing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

I TO SANTA Dear Santa Claus, attention please: Now that my wanting childhood ways Are trampled by the march of time, Requests for treasures of those days Shall nevermore be those of mine. But to the ill, please bring good health So they may live in joy through life. To those in poverty, bring wealth; From hunger free man, child, and wife. The love-sick—bless them with sweet bliss; And those astray, please lead them right. Encourage the forlorn; and kiss Each lonely heart a fond good-night. The world—tuck in a bed of peace And cover with sheer happiness Her friendly form; and never cease The lulling airs of heav'nliness. Sincerely I with hope remain, IRENE E. SHERROCK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

ALUMNI BITS From border to border and coast to coast comes the word that our alumni are upholding the name of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center by working hard and getting the usual high grades. Catherine Sterling, top student of '35, was elected to the Phi Mu Sorority recently. Catherine also made two honorary sororities last year. Genevra Richards has returned from her practice teaching at Joseph Johns Junior High School at Johnstown, Pa. Tommy Pugliese has won a feather for his cap. The Frear Hall football team won its first game in nine years and actually climbed to the semifinals in the inter-hall campus tournament. Tommy is captain of the team. Selma Rosen, our representative at Syracuse can now be reached at the Alpha Epsilon Phi, the sorority to which she was elected. .Robert Koch and Edward Somers [Continued on page 4.]

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

COLLEGIAN STAFF Editorial Board Editor Walter E. Organist John C. Barnes Earl K. Seybert Ruth L. Bachman Margaret T. Lucash Alice M. McGrory Reporrorial Board Marie Somers Emer Flounders Josephine T. Zogby Irene E. Sherrock • °«?8§iSto©

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

THREE PARTIES GIVEN AT CENTER The first party of any school yeai is always difficult to plan. The students, not knowing one another, are stiff and unnatural; people are afraid of the sound of their own voices. Not so the first Center party! Knowing that working together makes people feel less shy, our faculty put us to work sand-papering and painting chairs and tables. Thus the Center killed two birds with one stone—they prevented the party from being the kind at which one politely stifles, yawns, and accomplished some very necessary repairs. A few of the more sentimental members of the Sophomore Class admitted, however, that it was not without a pang that they eradicated the perpetual record of the alumni, their carvings in the chairs. After their hard work, the painters partook of cider and doughnuts until the very large supply was exhausted. The second party is the Faculty party which is usually "la piece de resistance" of the year. (Miss Yotter's French classes will plea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

Students Participate In Four Club Activities Dramatic Club. Our Dramatics Club is the only organization that might be said to have a "tradition" behind it. Begun last April, it produced a play, "Sunset by Slantsky," in which John Barnes and Ruth Bachman were "co-starred." The supporting roles were very ably acted by Walter Organist and Anyarita Mhley, one of our alumni who is now attending Penn State College. At the opening of this term, the Dramatics Club received an influx of members, largely from the freshman class. Mary Ann McClintock was unanimously elected president; John Barnes, chairman of committees. The first production of this year, "There's Always Tomorrow" by Daniel Pettigrew, was presented in Assembly Wednesday, December 8. The cast included the following people: Bob Evans—Kermit LaRose. Joan Evans, his wife—Mary Ann McClintock. Virginia White—Ann Greshko. Mrs. Scrump—Marie Somers. The committees were: Stage, Ellis Warner and Frederic MacDowell; Prompter, Josep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

COMMITTEE DRAWS UP STUDENT BUDGET Always a thorn in the side pf student council and those unluckj enough to be appointed on the financial committee is the budget. This .year is no exception. Last year' ; budget committee formulated oui present budget as best they could; yet, they had not foreseen many details. But then, .no one could expect them to be clairvoyant. Receipts this year are derived from three major sources: the college, the restaurant, and activity fees, all of ¦ which are expected to function in good order. However, minor sources of income, such as that from card parties, etc., are generally unreliable and are looked upon with anxious eyes. The expense side of the budget, needless to say, is the biggest threat to financial equilibrium. Athletics consumes about $200, the social committee about $100, and the other activities fall into positions proportional to their importance. The ray of sunshine to the financial committee is the contingency fund, which will pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 December 1937

Our Cage Team Loses Its First Two Games Although Coach Charlie McGeehan's basketball team got off on the wrong foot, Center students should rest assured that Charlie and the boys will get in line in the win column. ' That 32-25 defeat suffered at bhe hands of She.ppton High can be explained away by citing the size of the gym and the high school's center. The gym was too small for the Center cagers and the Sheppton High center was too tall to be stopped from dropping in peepers. Bill Savitz led our boys in scoring with eight points, and the veteran, "Nipper" Gallagher, trailed with five points. Jones and Mooty looked like two kingpins in our team's floorwork. With a little practice on their passing attack, our eagemen should do better in the future and on larger courts. The boys' second lose was a heartbreaker. They lost a 31-29 battle to Nuremberg that required two extra periods to settle. Coach McGeehan led his team in scoring with eleven points.

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