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

HUC Wins Three League Contests HUC 19 30' 48 65 SUC 7 25 39 52 HUC-80 SJC-35 With Captain John Riley sinking 12 field goals to total 24 points the HUCsters smothered Penn State's newest center, Swarthmore, 80-35, Swish Talerovich broke into the _higli point column with a brilliant total oi 13 points also matched by Pete Garber. Laganosky and Riordan split the cords for a total of 18 points to give Hazleton a five man offensive. The locals weren't to be stopped as the reserves continued to pour it on after they took over. . Wallace, Allan, Bland and Meisel spearheaded the impotent Swarthmore attack. Led by Wallace the home team managed' to score. 16 points in the third quarter. Score by auarters: The HUC cagers chalked up their third, fourth and fifth league wins by rolling over Pottsville, Swarthmore, and Dubois Undergraduate Centers. All three contests were won by comfortable margins. HUC-65 SUC-52 With Statz Lagonosky leading the way with sixteen points the HUC five cont...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

SPORTSTUFF By RAMON SAUL of the junior varsity five to show plenty of good basketball. He has been swishing the laces quite consistently. While tobogganing at Split Rock, yours truly noticed many HUC students partaking in winter sports. BILL STEINER preferred skiing to tobogganing. Girls basketball practice sessions are under the direction of MISS PEGGY KOEHLER who played with several teams while serving with the Women Marines Reserve. Between the large crowd and the large score (in favor of the HUCsters) the night of the York game was a happy one for everyone concerned except the visitors. The fans were relieved when timber-topper RUSS SNYDER left the game on personals in the third quarter. BOCK of the Flying Dutchmen spent most of the night arguing with the officials. The HUC win over DUC wasn't anything to get delirious over. The HUCsters managed to roll up a huge score while playing their worst game of the season. Both teams showed a very ragged passing attack and both t...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

HUD SPORTS Girls' Basketball The girls ' basketball team, undei the capable leadership of Mrs. Amos Goss, Miss Mae Fauth, and ex-HUC star, Ray Saul, has been practicing diligently Monday and Thursday nights at the local Y.W.C.A. Guided also by Peggy Koehler, ex-Marine, who has had considerable basketball experience, the team will journey to the West Hazleton High School gym on Saturday night to play a practice game with a W.H.H.S. alumni team. The girls met last Monday night and elected Patricia Kringe to captain them throughout the season. Plans are underway to schedule games with West Hazleton, Hazleton, and Shickshinny High Schools, McCann's Business School, and three of the Penn State Undergraduate Centers. In the process of organization is a HUC women's faculty team, which will also be on the girls' basketball schedule. Participants on the girls ' squad are: Grace McBride, Margaret Rondish. Nancy Rowand, Anella Miraldo, Gloria Pauline, Patricia Kringe, June Reinmiller, ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

Heights A. C. Cagers Cop League Title The Heights A. C. captured the Intra-mural league championship by winning nine of their ten scheduled games. The Heights boys lost their first game by a one point margin and then went on to win the next nine in succession. The Aufgabes and the Umbrella Shop teams finished in a tie for second place followed closely by the All-Stars. The four teams mentioned above "will compete for playoff honors. The roster of the Heights A. C. team is as follows: Jim Morton, Mike Doddo, Jim Longo, Ted Kohuth, Will Sanko and Captain Ray Saul. A meeting of the representatives of the following teams was held in W-13 on Wednesday, January 21, at 12:15 P. M. to make the necessary arrangements for the league playoffs. The playoffs will be played by the four leading teams of the league to determine the Intra-mural league _ihampions.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

Center Five Ends York Jinx, 66-43 After losing five straight games a1 the hands of York Junior College, the HUCsters finally broke the jinx last week at the A. D. Thomas Memorial gym by trimming the "Flying Dutchmen" by a 66-43 score. Displaying a well-balanced offensive, the locals hopped off to a 16-8 lead at the end of the first period. With scintillating shots by Pete Garber, Jimmy Munroe and Tom Shuptar, the Rudmanites were ahead 33-21 as the half ended. With both clubs .playing tight defensive ball the count stood at 37-29 at the close of the third canto. However the HUCsters, headed by Statz Laganosky, hit the laces for twenty-_^nine points in bhe last quarter to overwhelm the opposition. The locals are tied with York for the leadership of the Penna. Junior College Conference.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

HUCSTERS WIN NINTH STRAIGHT The Hazleton Undergraduate Center quintet chalked up its ninth straight victory of the current court season by trimming an out-classed Hershey Junior College five, 70-47. Spearheading the locals ' offensive was "Pistol Pete" Garber, who made thirteen points, and sharpshooting Jimmy Munroe , who sank seven field goals for fourteen markers. Captain Johnny Riley and Statz Laganosky each contributed ten points while Jack Riordan and Tom Shuptar turned in fine defensive play. Mohr, the Chocolate City cagers' pivotman, led .the scoring for the losers with seventeen counters.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

A January Bar-bender Frosh: I sure was scared this morning when a piece of falling .ice almost hit me on the head. Soph: You didn't have a thing to worry about.

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

He slept beneath the moon, He basked beneath the sun; He lived a life of going-to-do, And died with nothing done. —James Albery

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

HUC Transfers 89 Students To Campus (Continued from page 1) seph Rigotti and Charles Yodis. In the liberal arts Walter Steinman and Paul Waiting are tops. This migration will take with it students who will be remembered for their many and varied activities. Francis Fatsie, co-editor of the Collegian, and Ray Saul, distributing manager, will create a large gap to be filled by underclassmen. The Glee Club will need at least two new members—Dick Evans is leaving. HUC's circle of record collection will decrease sharply. Cal Mentch, Carmen Stanziola, John Gasper, Malcom Stauffenberg, and Edward Ziminsky will take up new residences in February. Whether in anticipation or not, John McGinley and Francis Barnasevitch will be one semester away from Naval pre-flight. The AV and B's of Miss James' speech class, John Andrews, Clarence Astelford, Paul Ballots, William Ball, Eugene Baran, and Richard Beck will also create vacancies at HUC for spring scheduling. In the midst of all these men ar...

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

JohnMacinkoJohn tlefodClar The Following Have (Requested Application For Transfer TT A11J_?-J ill I lf-/i' _i _t _,_» . , i McGinley, ; , Major, John; Margwarth, Carolyn Marsh, Aaron; Marsilio, Robert Mehalic, Lawrence; Mentch, Calvin Mock, Robert. Narrow, Bernard; O'Hazza Francis ; Osadchy, Paul; Parry, Da_'vid; Pecora, Ralph; Perna, John; Pienkowski, Thomas; Poleri, Ralph; Polivka, John; Polumbo, Neil. Rigotti, Joseph; Riordan, John; Ritter, Earl; Romanelli, Michael; Rondish, Marguarite; Saul, Ramon; _Schwsitzer, Margaret; Sebastian, James; Sernak, Cyril; Shermer, George; Shimko, Frank; Shober, John; Shandry, ' Robert; Sloane, John; Stankevicz, William; Stanziola, Carmen; Stauffenberg, Malcolm; Steinman, Walter; Strack, Joseph. Toter, John; Urban, Joseph; Wagner, Karl; Waiting, Paul; Yodzis, Charles; Zilkoski, Frank; Ziminsky, Edward; Sipple, Clarence. * * Andrews, John; As r, - ence; Ball, William; Ballots, Paul; Ballots, Thomas; Baran Eugene; Barnasevitch, Francis; Beck,...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

HUC Chemistry Laboratory Formed With the establishment of HUC in the Broad Street Building ten years ago, the first Chemistry Laboratory took form.. Ever since the lab has been in existence, there have always been five different Chemistry courses with three meriting five credits each and two meriting three credits each, available for the students. This lab accomodated but 24 students in one Chemistry period, when in its infancy. Time rolled onward; classes increased in size. To facilitate all the students desiring these Chemistry courses a second lab was completely equipped to take care of 24 additional students, bringing the aggregate to 48 which could be properly instructed in one class period. At the present time there are approximately 175 to 200 chemistry students included in the five phases of study. Eight analytical balances maintained in a separate room from the laboratories, general equipment in both laboratories and the expendable supplies being used every day, mak...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 January 1948

To The Students Of H. U. C It is the policy of the College Council, on behalf of the faculty anc student body, to send sympathy bouquets or cards in the event of deatr in the immediate family or among the near relations of any center student. However since many of our students are from out of town it is often impossible for the Council to know whether or not any student is so affected. The College Council, therefore in order to perform this service correctly, asks your aid. If you know of any case of death affecting a center student, kindly contact any member of the College Council, or Miss Campbell, as quickly as possible. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, The College Council Jane Kenvin, Sect'y

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

"Faculty Meeting Reports At 1:00 P. M. on Monday, January 12, chairman Joseph Pavone presided over the regular monthly meeting of the faculty. Miss Anna Erlemann, chairman of the Leisure Time Night Training Program, gave a report of the organization' s progress, pointing out that all the industrial and professional clubs in the Hazleton area have been contacted and notified of this new program. Miss Mary Margaret Wood reported on the club's finances.

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

BLUEBOOK BLUES Now, more than ever before, the _bluebooks are the topic for much discussion. Left to right: Anthony Stanziola, Bill Denion, and Ed Nowak argue a vital point for one of their future exams..

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

DID YOU NOTICE? GERRY HASSEL'S column, Penn Center Review, in the local Sunday paper ? TOMMY SHUPTAR'S vocal rendition of "You Do" ?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 5 March 1948

PENNSYLVANIA'S BEST JUNIOR COLLEGE QUINTETS WILL COMPETE The four best junior college basketball teams — HUC, Pitt Junioi College in Johnstown, Altoona UC, and York UC — will take to the Hazleton High hardwood this evening in the first double bill to crown the Pennsylvania State Junior College champ. The games will begin at 7:15 o'clock this evening. Tomorrow evening the finals will be staged with another doubleheader. Amos Goss of the local junior college is chairman for the sports tourney and the program has been laid out by members of the faculty and student body of HUC. The first contest this evening will match Hazleton against Pitt Junior College. The second contest will be played between York and Altoona. For the past three weeks tickets have been on sale at regional business places. Melvin Levine has been in charge of this phase of the project. Of the teams which will be competing for the state title this week end, the Hazleton Undergraduate Center squad has flashed t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 5 March 1948

CADET RANKS SOON FOR ROTC MEMBERS HERE: PLAN DRILL SITE Cadet ranks will soon be given to HUC ROTC students, according tc an announcement by Sgt. John Vasko of the -school's military training office. The sergeant explained thai as soon as the current winter breaks, a drill site will be selected for the local group and that officers will be appointed to manage platoons. Each platoon will be headed by a cadet lieutenant and a cade,t platoon sergeant. In the cadet ranks for each platoon will be three staff sergeants, three sergeants and five corporals. The authorization for appointment will be issued from the ROTC office at the main campus. Since the beginning of the second semester, the HUC group has undergone increased activity and plans are now being made to set up a rifle range. Marksmanship competition will begin as soon as a firing site is obtained. This week the Rotacee boys were inspected by Capt. Edmund Kensok from State College. PUT ON THE DOG B ill Steiner "put on the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 5 March 1948

STUDENTS INVITED TO ENTER CAMERA CLUB PIX CONTEST The officials of the undergraduate center's camera club announced today that the group will sponsor a photo contest starting at noon today. The competition has been limited to HUC students, faculty members and members of the school's office force. No one not connected with the school will be eligible for entrance. Club Adviser Melvin Levine said that prizes will be awarded on personal appeal, technique and composition. The judges for the contest will be Amos Goss, Arthur Carpenter, and Harold Simmons, president of the Hazleton Camera Club. All prints -—¦ which must be five by seven inches —- must be submitted to the administrative office no later than midnight, March 15. It was added that the darkroom facilities of the junior college which are located in the Broad Street building are available to any student of the school who joins the camera club. At the present time the camera club is conducting a series of discussions on p...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 5 March 1948

UCLA Soph Leaves Cares Behind, Goes On Ocean Voyage Until not so many months ago, Bob Ivers was an undergraduate at the University of California, at Los Angeles. Then the economies forced on him by his GI veteran's stipend began to make Bob a bit restless, a bit harassed. Before he knew it — Ivers had become a radio operator on a merchant ship bound from Texas to Japan. Added to the radio-op salary that he's saving for his return to scholastic life is the commission that he's receiving from Varsity, the young man's magazine —¦ because Ivers is now the publication's foot-loose correspondent. His first report is a college man's humorous look at the merchant marine. "It seems to be traditional," he says, "that chief " engineers must complain about excessive water consumption. Every ship of every nation probably has a sign that says, 'Too much water used on last trip. Water will be turned off except for certain hours if this practice continues.' However," Bob points out, "These si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 5 March 1948

East Cage Teams Fear West, He Says Why is it that a certain group of Eastern colleges and universities still prefer to stay in their own backyard — meeting Western and Fai Western basketball teams only on home floors? Are Eastern basketball teams afraid to go West? That question is asked by Douglas R. Mills, athletic director of the University of Illinois, in the current issue of Varsity, the young man's magazine. His answer is two-fold: it's the fear of losing to Western opposition. And it's the fear of losing big box-office. By keeping their eyes on the juicy bait of dollar signs, Mills declares, Eastern metropolitan teams may cripple intersectional basketball for good. That's the only result possible if schools like St. John's, Fordham, New York University, Manhattan, City College of New York,1 Temple, and Canisius continue their course. Mills pointed out that in the fourteen years that Western teams have journeyed to the East for occasional games, they've won over sixty pe...

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