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

The Japanese Observe New Years In a Strange Way By KEN VAYDA The New Years holiday is the foremost holiday in Japan. It is, strangely, called the Festival of the Plum Blossom because the Japanese New Year occurred, originally, in the spring when the first blossoms, usually that of the plum, appeared. When the Japs accepted the Gregorian Calendar the New Year came in the wintertime, however, they have continued celebrating the arrival of spring prematurely. This holiday is also the birthday celebration of every Japanese person. When a child is born it is considered to be one year old already and the next birthday comes •with the New Year. The festival is three days in length but it is often celebrated three days before and even three days afterward. It is filled with driental gaiety and splendor: flowers, lanterns and flags are strewn everywhere; neighbors are invited to eat and then pray to the household gods of family altars; street parades and dances are initiated at the l...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 December 1947

iiere ! The Cadets On Review they come throng inches forward in tense expectancy. Here on the majestic plains above the Hudson, the Cadets of West Point are preparing to demonstrate some of the qualities which have proven them to be the world 's best soldiers. The successful staging of a dress parade requires utmost precision and alertness. Nowhere has anyone performed more capably the art of parading than the young men of the U. S. Military Academy. Marching erectly, rifles carried seemingly without effort, the Cadets swing past in perfect unison. Perfectly spaced files and hundreds of white-striped trouser legs, blended as one, stride past the reviewing officer. Now halted and given the command, "order arms", the Cadets bring their rifles to the ground with amazing precision. Formalities completed, and standing at "parade rest", they are abruptly snapped to rigid attention. Not even a waver among the entire group is discernable to those witnessing the spectacle. Polished...

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

Hucsters Defeat Altoona J. C, 54-44 Last Friday evening the Hucsters won their iirst Pennsylvania Junior College Conference tilt at the expense of Altoona Junior College, by a 54-44 score. Jimmy Munroe, ex-HHS court star, sparked the locals' drive, finding the laces for 14 points. Assisting in the HUC offensive were John Riley and Statz Laganosky, who racked up 23 points between them. The most. heartening factor in the fray was the play of "Pete" Garber, who had previously been unable to find the hoop in the Alumni and York games. Altoona, paced by DeGraseso, held an 8-6 lead at the end of the first period, but soon lost it to the Rudmanites who unleashed a barrage of scintillating shots to lead by 25-14 at the half. The homesters were never able to overcome the Hazleton lead and the Hucsters walked off the court victorious when the final whistle sounded. HUC F.G. Fls. Pts. Laganosky, f. 6 1 13 Hutnyan, f. 0 2 2 Shuptar, f. 0 3 3 Riordan, f. 0 0 0 Talarovich, f. 0 0 0 Garber...

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

HUC Swamps Dubois: Garber Scores 20 The HUCsters gained sweet revenge last Saturday night when they smothered the DuBois Center five, 67-41. Last season the Ducsters knocked off HUC twice but Saturday night was .an altogether different story. Led by Pistol Pete Garber, who banged in 20 points, the Hazleton boys took an early lead and maintained it throughout the game. The large crowd on hand had little to cheer about as the best the DuBois eagers could do was cut the lead to 32-25 at the half. With Garber hitting the mark steadily, the locals' margin grew to 48-29 in the third period. Hazleton racked up 19 more points in the final session to win going away. Statz Laganosky, Johnny Riley, and Jimmy Munroe also had a big share in the smooth-working offensive of the Rudmanites. This trio accounted for 35 tallies. Aside from being high scorer, Garber also teamed up with Hutnyan to do yeoman work on the defense. Captain Smiley Kokoska and Al Miller were the best offensive bets fo...

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

SPORTSTUFF By RAMON SAUL last year's top clubs in the intra-mural softball program. MIKE RITZ is still lamenting over the fate of his alma mater, West Hazleton High. The Wildcats lost two heartbreakers on the gridiron after copping nine straight victories. Big CARL YACCINO tells us that he is considering trying out for the boxing team when he gets to the campus. AL ROSSI has given up bowling as he decided that the best sport for him is dancing. We spotted Al tripping the light fantastic in one of the valley nite spots last week. It isn't often that we mention the fair sex in our column, ' but we think MRS. HAZELTON'S and MISS ERLEM ANN'S between classes swimming exercise merits attention. BEAT YORK. Nice to see PETE GARBER hitting the laces. Things are going to be mighty tough for visiting clubs now that Pete is in top form — The HUCsters are mighty lucky to have Hucsters are mighty lucky to have four offensive threats in the starting lineup. They can't stop all of them, and...

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

York Still Jinx In 53-45 #in Over Locals The "Flying Dutchmen" of York Junior College still hold the Indian sign over the Rudmanites by defeat-. ing them for the fourth straight time in less than two years, 53-45. In bowing to the lower-enders Hazleton dropped its first P.J.C. conference tilt of the season. Bock, the hawk-eyed York forward, accounted for sixteen counters and was high scorer for the night. Johnny Riley, HUC's speedy captain, led Hazleton scoring by sinking five double-deckers and two free tosses for twelve markers. Aiding York's victory was the inability of Pete Garber to find the range of the hoop. The HUCsters will entertain York at the A. D. Thomas Memorial gymnasium on January 14. , HUC F.G. Fls. Pts. Laganosky, f. 13 5 Shuptar, f. 4 0 8 Hutnyan, f. 113 Riley, f_. . 5 2 12 Talarovich, f. 0 0 0 Garber, c. 113 Strike, g. 3 0 6 Munroe, g. 2 3 7 Riordan, g. 0 11 Totals 17 11 45 YORK J. C. F.G. Fls. Pts. Bock, f. 6 4 10 Biros, f. . 2 2,6 Snyder, f. 2 1 5 For...

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

All Stars Drop Lead To Heights The battle for supremacy in the intra-mural leagues continued this week. By losing two games in a row, the league-leading All Stars have dropped to fourth place and the Heights A. C. has climbed into first place. The Aufgabes and Umbrella Shop are tied for second place. Since each team in the league is required to play eleven games, it is still impossible to predict which team will come out on top. The league standings as of Monday are as follows: Name of Team W. L. Pet. Heights A. C. 7 1 .875 Aufgabes 6 2 .750 Umbrella Shop 6 2 .750 All Stars 5 2 .713 Misfits :__ 4 2 .666 Warriors 4 4 .500 Rockets 3 3 .500 Atomic Bums 3 5 .375 Engineers 2 4 .333 Wreckers 1 4 .200 Midgets , 0 6 .000 Frenchmen 0 8 .000

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

Laganosky Leads HUC Scoring "Statz" Laganosky, burly HUC forward, heads the scoring column for-the charges of Syd Rudman with 20 field goals and 9 charity tosses for a total of 49 points for four games. Right behind Laganosky in point-iproducing is Captain John Riley with 42 tallies. The following is a compilation of individual scoring: Player Games F.G. Fls. Pts. Laganosky 4 20 9 49 Riley 4 16 10 42 Garber 4 16 7 39 Munroe 3 11 10 32 Shuptar 4 6 6 18 Hutnyan 4 6 4 16 Riordan 4 4 19 Strike 4 4 0 8 Talarovich 4 2 15 Martin 3 113 Narusewicz 3 1 0 2

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

Try This Brain Teaser (Match the Name with the Sport) 1. Paul Govemali 1. Tennis 2. Ike Williams 2. Wrestling 3. Eddie Arcaro 3. Billiards 4. Glenn Cunningham 4. Football 5. Donald Budge 5. Boxing 6. Ed Stanky 6 Horse Racing 7. Willie Hoppe 7. Track 8. Bronco Nagurski 8. Basketball 9. Mac Kinsbruner 9. Golf 10. Bobby Jones 10. Baseball (Answers on page 6)

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

How many of you know that MR., SEIBEL is a qualified P.I.A.A. basketball official ? ? ? For an afternoon of rugged basketball, drop into the YMCA gym on a Saturday and watch some of the boys in action — There are no referees, no fouls, no nothin'.

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

HUC Botany And Zoology Departments By GEORGE DEMSHOCK According to statistics this school year has the largest student body in the entire HUC history. This increased enrollment meant the building up of the Botany and Zoology Departments, proportionately, to accommodate the added number of students. Under the capable instruction of Miss Grace Thomas and Mr. James Steele approximately 113 students are receiving instruction in Botany and Zoology Survey Courses, lasting one semester, meriting three credits apiece. Those taking the Botany Survey Course from Miss Thomas usually are required to follow through with an equally important Zoology Survey Course taken in the second semester of the year from Mr. Steele. The scope of botanical study does not end there, for those students who are to major in Botany, a four credit course is available covering a period of two semesters, taught by Mr. James Steele. This semester, this phase of Botany embraces approximately 24 students. The amo...

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

CLUBS TRUMP Who Did Not Believe in Christmas", was an original Christmas drama written by Francis Fatsie and Aaron Marsh. The entire production was under the direction of Miss Hilda James.—Members of the Glee Club provided the Christmas music. The featured soloists were: Leroy Hinkle_, Alice Lanyon, and Jane Kenvin. The Christmas Semi-Formal, sponsored by the International Relations Club, will be held this evening at the Hotel Altamont. — the main cog in the wheel of success for the dance was a "guy named Joe, " Joe Fischer. The German Table, sponsored by the Deutsches Verein, will continue its regular luncheons after the holidays. Although I could say it in many _languages, And probably in many ways; But here is a wish for merriness On the day of all days. By GEORGE OLIVIA Congratulations are in order for the splendid radio production over WAZL by the HUC Language Clubs on December 11.—Choruses of the French, German, and Spanish Clubs presented Christmas music of their resp...

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

FASHIONS Evening gowns will once again be in the limelight tonight at the Annual Christmas Dance. The gowns of this year feature the new neckline, ballerina length gown, padded hips_, slim waistline, boleros, and last but not least, bustles. Yards and yards of stiff taffeta go to make up the most popular gown of the year. Velvet is a seasonal favorite, and some designers have made an original combination of velveteen and chiffon_. No color predominates the color scheme this year. Plaids, blacks, browns and greens are being shown. To get really into the spirit of the season, some designers offer a dull green gown with bright green decollage. The silhouettes of the gowns are as varied as never before. The immense bustle and slim waistline present an old-fashioned look, whereas the padded hips, and ballerina length gown defend the new look. Something definitely different in the line of evening wear is the evening sweater—a closely knit affair in pale pastels with gold sequins at ...

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

If You Want To: Know how the Soap Opera, "Widder Brown", is progressing, just stop Bernie Yurick in the halls. See the beauty of the weaker sex without make-up, look for the girls that are being initiated into the Omega Chi Tau Sorority. Find out what's going on in "Young Romance ", the magazine for the more adult readers of comics, look for Aaron Deitch, Get the lowdown on another Soap Opera, "Just Plain Bill", Charlie Andrews is your man. Get on the "Collegian" staff see Mr. Seibel in his cloak room office. Insure the success of the Knights of Columbus clubrooms, be sure to patronize them. See going to school in first class style, look at all the gas buggies parked around the school. This includes the three motor bikes that are parked always in back of the school.

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

Anecdotes Overheard in Botany Class Mr. Steele discussing the date palm: There are two kinds of date palms —¦ male plants and female plants. It took the Egyptians a long time to learn that if you don't have the male plants you can't have dates! Overheard in Music Class 1st Student: The teacher says I have a tenor voice. 2nd Student: Tenor, it sounds more like two fivers!

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

ANSWERS TO TRY THIS BRAIN TEASER (Questions on page 5) 1_4; 2—5; 3—6; 4—7; 5—1; 6—10; 7—3; 8—2; 9—8; 10—9.

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

An Old Chinese Proverb "A man who cannot tolerate small ills, can never accomplish great things." —Confucius

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

Aristotle said that man is a reasoning but not a reasonable thing.

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

Emerson said that courtesy is the happy way of doing things.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

HUC TRANSFERS 89 STUDENTS TO CAMPUS Fifty-Two Engineers Apply For Transfer The end of the fall term will witness the largest single complement of students leaving HUC and transfering to the main campus at State College. From the list of eightynine applicants there are a total of fifty-two engineers. The break-down of this group reveals electrical engineering as the field considered most desirable with nineteen students registered. Next in line is mechanical with sixteen. Civil, industrial, chemical and aeronautical engineering follow in that order with seven, five, three, and two students respectively. In the field of liberal arts the situation is similar. The largest single division of liberal artists is registered as LD. There are twenty in number. Journalism boasts of two enthusiasts. Commerce and finance has seven; psychology PV and DH has one each. In the field of medicine there is one medical technician for each of our two doctors to be. Topping the list of engineers...

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