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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

SPORTSTUFF By RAMON SAUL SYD RUDMAN'S _HUCSTERS got off to a flying start this seasoi by shading the HUC Alumni, 57-51 early last week-_|-The locals are no\i pointing to break the jinx that _Yorl Junior College holds over them wher the two quintets clash at York tomorrow — The HUC courtm ' er dropped three games to the lowerenders last year, the last of which was for the junior college state title. With seven members of last year's squad back, York will be THE team to beat. Penn State's undefeated-untied eleven has accepted the bid to meet Southern Methodist University in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas, Texas, on New Year's Day, and we will go out on a limb and predict that the Nittany Lions will win by one touchdown — JEFF DURKOTA, Penn State gridder, ranks sixth in state scoring, having made nine teedees in as many tilts — AP sports scribes ranked Penn State fifth best in the nation — HUGH CLOSE, one of SFotre Dame's staunchest rooters, is _sarning money to _ bet on the Fightin '...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

HUC Beats Alumni; Meets York Saturday On November 26 the Hucsten made their debut for the 1947-45 season by defeating the HUC Alumn 57-51 before a capacity crowd at th( A. D. Thomas Memorial Gymnasium Headed by "Statz" Laganosky, ex. Foster Township High star, _whc copped scoring honors by hanging up 18 points, the Huscters founc little trouble in winning their firsi game, of the season. Pete Garber who starred for Weatherly High _foi several seasons, was held to two flelc goals, while John Riley found the Tioop for 9 counters. Joe Maday and Bushy _Durbacl were outstanding for the Alumn with 34 tallies between them. Tomorrow's game with York J. C will be the acid test for the Rudmanites. With Snyder, Biros and _Boclt back from last year's state championship squad, York again appears to be the big hurdle that the locals musi overcome. HUC F.G. Fls. Pts Laganosky, f. 7 4 IS Riley, f. 3 3 £ Martin, f. 1 1 3 Hutnyan, f. 2 0 4 Garber, c. 2 0 4 Strike, c. 0 0,0 Shuptar, g. : 12 4 Ri...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Intramural Lead Held By All-Stars At the completion of" Tuesday's games, the All-Stars were in command of the situation in so far as the Intramural Basketball League.is concerned. They have been invincible having won five games and lost none Close on the heels of the pace-setters are the Heights and the Aufgabes. The standings of the teams a1 noon of Wednesday were as follows Name of Team W. L. Pet. All-Stars 5 0 1.0'OC Heights A. C. 5 1 .835 Aufgabes 4 1 .80C Misfits 4 2 .666 Umbrella Shop 4 2 .666 Engineers 2 2 .500 Atomic Bums 3 4 .429 Rockets 1 3 .250 Warriors 1 3 .250 Wreckers 1 3 .250 Midgets 0 4 .000 Frenchmen 0 6 .000 At the intramural basketball meeting held on Wednesday it was decided by the team representatives that competition would end after a single round-robin to determine team standings. The top four teams would then participate in a double-elimination to determine the college champions and runner-ups. AL ROSSI and CARL YACCI-NO, are two top-notch bowlers among...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Try This Brain Tease* (Match the Sport with the Player) I.Jake Lamotta 1. Baseball 2. Danno O'Mahoney .. 2. Pole Vaulting 3. Byron Nelson „ 3. Swimming ¦4. George Mikan 4. Boxing 5. Ed Miksis 5. Wrestling 6. Adolph Keifer 6. Basketball 7. Paavo Nurmi 7. Tennis 8. Cornelius Warmerdam 8. Track 9. Les Patrick 9. Golf 10. Bitsy Grant 10. Hockey (Answers on page 4.)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

STARTING QUINTET This year's HUC'S squad: Shuptar, Riordin, Garber, Riley and Monroe.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

PLEASE — DO NOT SMOKE Faculty Members and Administration Heads ask that students refrain from smoking in the classrooms and first floor hall. Smoking is permitted r in the basement. ' . \

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

ALUMNI NEWS By GEORGE DEMSHOCK ANN _MtffftfGH, a student, af several semesters at HUC, is now _^enrolled at Misericordia College, Dallas, Pennsylvania. Miss McHugh is majoring in music and is taking an active part in the Glee Club and Orchestra there. ELEANOR NEAPOLITAN is ma'triculating at Ohio State College of Chiropody in Cleveland. Miss Neapolitan spent two semesters here at the HUC in 1945-46. In her junior year at the _Penni State Campus, CAROLYN KARCHNER is very active in the Center, Rifle, and Swimming Clubs. Miss Karchner participated in the May Day Program held at the HUC last school year. Her major is music. NELLIE CHIRICO, who painted: the outstanding mural, depicting "The Phases of the Dance", is now at the Penn State Campus, with art as her major. Miss Chirico's mural,, which is displayed in the music listening room, won second prize in a contest of Mr. Carpenter's art classes. BETTY KECK, a four semester student at the HUC, is now majoring in science at the Penn...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Sportstuff (Continued from page three) The Alumni game drew a \good sized crowd even though there were not too many HUC students on hand. Many former HUC [students home from various colleges swelled the attendance. HAL _VOWLER and |JOHNNY GUENTHER turned in -their usual efficient job of _officiating. , JOHNNY _jIAPICHELLA, one of last year's varsity playing with the Alumni, had one of his rare off-form nights. Johnny couldn't get the lid off of the basket as shot after shot rolled over the rim. A sound system used for the first time at home games proved to be a very valuable asset. Pans found it easy to follow the score and who did what. It is expected that girls basketball now in a tentative stage will get underway soon. The HUC Jay-Vees were stopped in their opening game by the Heights A. C, 38-34. The Heights team is one of the leading contenders for intra-mural honors. Some of those intra-mural frays resemble football more than basketball. HUGH CLOSE was one of the early c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

LIFE AT THE HUC By GEORGE DEMSHOCK Chemistry Mr. Mattern: What liquid will never freeze? "3" Student: Hot water. Music Appt-_»eiaU*>n Miss Garbrick (addressing her first class) : Are there any of you musically inclined? There's one in every crowd: I can play footnotes on a shoe horn. Botany Miss Thomas: When you hear the fire alarm sound, each of you grab a microscope before you go down the lire escape. History Dr. Ramsay: What prominent lady in history gave her all for the people? Mike: Lady Godiva. Registration Week Speaker: Every Freshman has a purpose here at the HUC, even if it's only to serve as a horrible example. The Coffee Shop Around the Corner Sign over the counter: Don't complain about our coffee; some day you too will be old and weak. R.O.T.C. Sgt. Vasco: Upon completion of two semesters of this training, you will be expected to spend a two week bivouac at Cranberry Ball Park, and take Stockton by surprise without any casualties. (Without the use of the shu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

The Skirt Length By JOHN BAKER The lowering of the skirt is raising many an eyebrow in social circles today, but from the male viewpoint the current furor is as pointless as it is unnecessary. There is good reason to doubt that women ever dressed to please their better halves, and today it is obvious that the recognized centers of fashion decree the mode to which the average woman adheres regardless of her individual contours. Why the fashions of the drawing room, the opera and the exclusive cocktail lounge should be a matter ¦o f immediate concern to the more prosaic housewife and stenographer is a mystery to men. Equally mysterious is the fact that convenienc comfort and even appearance a"<? sacrificed cheerfully by women wh • yearn to be "in style", even thou"_'1 men are notoriously susceptible to the female in any disguise. Fortunately women have long realized that no man is impractical enough to be capable of judging fashion. As a result all that is expected of any...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

TIPS for ENGINEERS A.—Walk fast whether you are going anywhere or not. B.—Always talk loudly, especially over the phone. C.—Disregard anyone who walks up to your desk. D.—When talking with anyone, observe the following rules: 1.—Act as they are wasting your valuable time. 2.-—Interrup them often. 3.—Leaf through papers while jhey are talking, as if you were trying to do something else. 4.—Always make them repeat everything with a sharp "What's that?" 5.—Never admit you are wrong. • 6.—Never admit anyone else is right. 7.—If smoking, always direct your smoke in your visitor's face. 8.—Pay no attention to what your visitor has to say. 9.—At the end of conversation, tell him that he shouldn't have bothered you refer him to someone else. 10.—When he leaves, swear violently. Be sure to call him a damned fool. This impresses the secretary. 1 1.—Last and most important.—Always frown and scowl. Never give anyone a pleasant word. Try your best to confuse everyone you come in contact wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Former Center Student Promoted Seoul, Korea (dejayed): — Technician Fifth Grade Robert Joseph Sacco of 426 East Broad Street, Hazleton, Pa., has been promoted to Technician Fourth Grade and is now a staff announcer of Radio Station WVTP in Seoul. Sacco entered the Army in Sept., 1946. Once assigned to the Armed Forces Radio Station, his promotions have occurred in rapid succession, an excellent example of the opportunities available for young men in the new Regular Army. Sacco is best known as master of ceremonies of the "1480 Club" and his other discjockey chores. A graduate of Hazleton Senior High School and a former student at Pennsylvania State College, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sacco of Hazleton.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

GET YOUR DATE NOW : for the CHRISTMAS SEMI - FORMAL Gala Event Dec. 18 Altamont Ballroom

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 December 1947

XMAS SEMI-FORMAL TONIGHT AT 9:00; HOTEL ALTAMONT: ART WENDEL'S BAND Joe "Santa" Fisher At Reins Of Semester's First Semi-Formal The Hotel Altamont_'s ballroom tonight will produce a scene worthy of any" great ballroom in New York City or Washington, D. C. when the annual Christmas semi-formal, sponsored by the International Relations Club, gets under way tonight, Dec. 18. This will be the first semi-formal affair of the school year at HUC and its sponsors, endeavoring to make it a fondly remembered evening, are leaving nothing unturned in their efforts to make it a truly great occa- . With the Harvest Moon Ball a decided success last month, President Fisher of the International Relations Club, and the committee appointed by him are striving to make tonight's affair an even bigger success and all indications point to their being on the right track. As an indication of their efforts, they have not only been able to secure the Altamont's ballroom, but also the services of Art W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 December 1947

Center Club At Penn State Campus By GEORGE DEMSHOCK Here at HUC we are unaware of the large number of extra-curricular activities which take form at the Penn State Campus. Among all, though, one is most noteworthy as it applies directly to the Center students. This outstanding organization, known as the "Center Club", gets the" green " center students to break the ice at the campus by holding dances and other social affairs in order to familiarize him with the goings-on and to acquaint him with some of the other class members. If the student goes to the campus from any Junior College other than one of the four Undergraduate Centers located in Hazleton, Altoona, Pottsville, and Dubois, he is not eligible to become a member of this club. So you, as individuals, when upon completion of your semesters here, plunge into advance study at the Campus, it is well to realize with a note of thanks that this organization will help you get into the swing of campus life.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 December 1947

Pottsville Reception Is Huge Success The Pottsville reception was held last night at the social rooms of the Y.M.C.A. The affair was held in honor of the Pottsville rooters who followed the team. The attendance, which was made up of the students of the Pottsville Undergraduate Center and the students and faculty of the HUC, was large. Refreshments were served, and dancing was enjoyed. The committee of students who were responsible for the success of the affair are as follows: Decorations: C. Maurer, R. Saul, F. Fatsie and C. Edwards. Refreshments: C. Sipple, Z. Moraski, T. Zogby, I. Smith and M. Deitch.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 December 1947

Not to contradict t words 01 Two Buildings Better Than None ne such an eminent person as Abe Lincoln, but we think that HUC for being a house divided, is standing quite well. The older part, Broad Street building and our Old Main, you might say, was discovered by most of us when we registered in September. Now many of us, particularly engineering students, attend several classes there. The old building, formerly a Hazleton school house and later the Center's second location in Hazleton, is not much to look at now but its creaking steps could tell us much about the Center's past activities and progress. Be it ever so humble, Broad Street with its bubbling test tubes, microscopes, T-squares, and what have you, has much more to offer students than some elaborate marble edifice dedicated to education.

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