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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

ALUMNI NEWS MARVIN L. LEWIS who attended HUC in 1940 to 1942 is now wed to CHARLES BRUCH. Mr. Bruch, student of HUC in 1940 to 1942 also, is living with his wife and two year old son at State College. There he is a research assistant and is working for his Masters Degree in Metallurgy. REBECCA BASKIN, HUC alumna from 1934 to 1936, and a graduate from Penn State campus, has been a social worker in the Hazleton United Charities. Miss Baskin, who is a member of the local University Women's Club, is confined to the Hazleton State Hospital due to illness. During the HUC O_,pen House several alumni were able to attend. Many of these were: THOMAS CACCESE, who is a special appointee to the Arizona School for the training of business executives for Latin America, is visiting in town and intends to return to school soon. Another visitor was MARGARET WILSON; now a senior at the Bloomsburg State Teachers College. Miss Wilson is the sister of CHARLES WILSON, present HUC student. RUTH VON B...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

Why The Collegian Favors A Spring Commencement Here The developments which will take place this week-end and early next week will decide what type Commencement the school will hold this year. The biggest problem is money! But the student boards seem to think that funds are available for Commencement, whatever the type decided upon. A college education these days is a test of constant work. It must be since schools are filled to capacity. For this reason, students able to rise scholastically to the top deserve worthy recognition—-the same ais has been given the achievements of the basketball team, the casts for radio shows, and class and club officers. There is a student and a faculty group working on plans for Commencement exercises. The reports of both are due in the administration office today. Depending on the nature of these reports is the future of (the Commencement plan. Committees will need to be appointed from the student body and the faculty. There is much work to be ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

And Still They Ask It has been made rather clear, in view of the opinions of various HOC scholars, that the student body wants more frequent assemblies. That's a very noble desire; however, let's come down to earth. The Collegian office is not a wishing well, and furthermore, student assemblies do not materialize out of thin air. It is a common fact that before a school can even entertain the idea of numerous and regular student gatherings, the problem of acquiring assembly quarters with suitable seating accommodations-must be overcome. In addition, there are countless incidentals such as the arrangement of class schedules, the task of planning: a program of entertainment or business, the question of majority attendance, and numerous other student assembly problems which must be solved. ; . .. And, who must solve these problems ? Should the faculty, or the. administrators, who are already up to their neck in work, solve them? Not in a month, of Sundays! A student assembly is o...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

Glee Club Gives Music Program The HUC Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Pearl Garbrick, completed an engagement at the White Haven Sanitarium, where they entertained the patients with sacred and secular songs. The featured soloists for the evening were Jane Kenvin, Alice Lanyon, Leroy Hinkle and all members of the Glee Club. The Men's Quartette, consisting of Gerald Hassel, Leroy Hinkle, John Hutnyan and Joseph Cortese, entertained the ipatients with four harmony numbers. Dr. Maurice Blum, local optometrist who is associated with the sanitarium for some time, complimented the Glee Club for their splendid program.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

HAZLETON| PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER CO-EDITORS STAFF WRITERS Gerald Hassel - Wilson Barto George Demshock, Ralph Kline, June Sports Editor ----- Leon Baden _ . ... . _ . . ._. . . _ , Reinmiller, Jim Fisher, Hugh Close Feature Editor - - - - - Daniel Wargo Society Editor - - - - Grace McBride Ray Phillips, Marguerite Rondish, Anita Club Reporter ------ Joe Olivia . Goldberg, I. Smith, E. Kostic. gfflCOLLEGIAN,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

TWO MILLION JOBS TO BE AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS Last year a national young man's magazine surveyed the summer job field, and predicted that one million vacation-time positions would be filled by students. A recently-published government census revealed that the actual figure came to about 1,001,900. This year that same magazine — Varsity — has surveyed the field again, and predicts that twice as many jobs will be available during the summer months of '48. In an article that tells how and where to get these jobs "Varsity splits the "vacation employment field into seven categories: self-employment, governmental work, transportation, sports and entertainment, summer camps, industry, and service and trades. \ According to the article in the current issue, the first two job categories offer some of the best opportunities in summer work. Jobs are open in three branches of the Department of the Interior—in the Geological Survey division (for field _assistr ants); in the Fish and Wild L...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

What's Wrong With College Baseball? If baseball's the national pastime —why has it fallen to third rank behind football and basketball on the nation's campuses ? Why is it a dying sport at colleges—played by few and watched by mere hundreds ? When these questions were asked of Babe Ruth, Branch Rickey and Red Rolfe among others their answers blamed it on failures ranging from weather to baseball thievery. Let them tell it in their own words. BABE RUTH "What hurts college baseball is mainly the colleges themselves. While they permit our national pastime to lag on their campuses football has received such over-emphasis that one poll showed that the average salary of football coaches is twenty percent greater than professors' salaries. They offer college baseball players no publicity, no scholarships, and they rarely go out to hunt for high school talent." BRANCH RICKEY "A national magazine heard college baseball put the blame on organized baseball—but I've told colleges that if ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

SPORTS CHATTER By LEON BADEN Inclement weather forced the HUC Intramural Softball League from opening its season last Monday but with the assistance of Mr. Weatherman, the Swamp Outlaws, led by JOHNNY RILEY, will clash with MRS. HAZELTON'S Philosophers Monday afternoon at four.... JIMMY LONGO, ace hurler for Gutsies' in the City League, will take the mound for KRECKER'S Wreckers in the game against SEIBEL'S Libels at five. A dark horse in the loop are the Philosophers who have most of the lineup from last year's cellar-dwellers, BROADLEY'S Misfits.... The team favored to win the league pennant is the Outlaws .... Speaking of baseball, I wonder if you readers know that a certain faculty member once signed a written contract to hurl for the Atlantic City fN. J.) Bachrachs.... The Bachrachs were one of New Jersey's better colored nines Ask MRS. SEIBEL about it Little did we know that we had a second JOE "Satchel" PAIGE in our midst Reports have it that AL "BUSHY" DURBACK, ex-HUC ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

HUC SOFTBALL LOOP TO START SEASON MONDAY After being rained out this past week, the HUC Softball League will ripen its season Monday afternoon at four o'clock at the South Cedar Street playgrounds where the Swamp Outlaws meet the Philosophers in a seven-inning contest. In the second game of the afternoon, Seibel 's Libels will clash with Krecker's Wreckers. ¦ Syd Rudman, athletic director, has announced that league managers will meet every Wednesday during the regular season at noon in Room W-17. The following is the week's schedule: Tuesday: Outlaws vs. Libels; Warriors vs. Wreckers, Wednesday: Freeland Aces vs. Warriors; Wreckers vs. Outlaws. Thursday: Aces vs. Philosophers; Libels vs. Warriors. Friday: Wreckers vs. Philosophers; Outlaws vs. Warriors. ' All games will be seven innings. SPORT STAFF FAVORS BOSTON - ST. LOUIS The sports staff of The Collegian has chosen Boston and St. Louis to win the pennants in the American and National Leagues, respectively. The staff choi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

First Round In Ping-Pong Tourney Completed The first round of the HUC pingpong tournament has been completed with the following results: (Winners in CAPS) HOWELLS—Maurer. NARROW—Balliet. RILEY—Mevkrantz. . SHULMAN—Pucillo. SHUiPTAR— Sitoski. KLINE—Feeley. A first round game. between Bernard Carr and Don Smith remains unplayed.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

HUC SPORTS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

_Large Displays Highlight Open House Exhibit Large displays at the Walnut and Broad Street Buildings highlighted a two-night Open House exhibit at HUC last Thursday and Friday evenings when parents and friends of State students were able to see work being carried on here. The committee in charge of planning the program was headed by Ralph Krecker. Krecker stated that results of the (project were satisfactory and that he wants to extend the appreciation of the committee to the students and faculty members who provided exhibits for display. Displays at the Walnut Street building included those in the fields of psychology, philosophy, history, political science, economics, ROTC, languages and music. Of particular interest was a puppet show produced by members of the French department under the direction of Miss Emma Phillips. Activities were represented with displays on sports activities, international relations research, and public relations work. Elaborate displays at the Broad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

Sophomore Students Give Comment Hugh Close (Continued from page one) This convocation to be held at any available theater, hall or schoool auditorium; 2-—Eliminate the proposed cap and gown ceremony for the HUC faculty. If this part of the formal graduation is approved a proposal is now before student council to have the cap and gown rental charged to the Student Activity Fund. Why ? 3—Devise some' method in which the entire student body (Freshmen, Sophomores) can participate fully in graduation activities. After all, the Freshmen pay to the student activity fund, too! .:. _ . 4—A student referendum should be conducted to decide what type of graduation is desired by the majority, The referendum to ' include the W. Broad Street students, also. 5—With the money saved by elimi nating cap and gown exercises a better band o? worthy school gift can be obtained. ¦ • - _< Think these proposals over and make your opinions known to your student council representatives. Joe Fisher...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE « . : . f On April 25 Remember On April 25 remember the early bird gets the worm—but who wants a worm? Speaking of annelids, students of Miss Thomas' zoology classes looked twice at the nightcrawlers which were washed out of their subterranean habitats by the rains this week. The zoology students dissected specimens recently. Preserved, of course! OBITUARIES A member of the faculty related to one of his classes an amusing incident that occu red during his college career. His class, realizing their professor had poor eyesight, gave him an extra name, Schulty, for his roll call book when he asked if he had missed anyone. After that someone ilways recited for the imaginary Schultv until the final exam. Fast thinking was necessary. Shortly before the exam, a group accosted the innocent professor and said, "We're sorry to inform you, Professor, but Schulty died." To this the _processor replied, "What a pity. Schulty was such a good student!"

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

LITERARY MAGAZINE (Continued from page one) The student editors of the Literary Magazine, John Baker, Leon Baden, and Wilson Barto, will choose the most appropriate nomination from those submitted to lie the official title of the publication. The person whose selection is accepted will receive credit in the first issue.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 16 April 1948

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 May 1948

MAY QUEEN CORONATION TAKES PLACE TONIGHT; SPRING SEMIFORMAL FOLLOWS CEREMONIES The fourth annual May Day Ceremony and Queen 's Ball of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center will take place tonight at St. John's Hall. This year Sophomore Jean Uzmann will be presented the crown as May Queen by Mr. Amos Goss, Administrative Head. The ceremony, which will begin at 8 P.M., will be followed by a semi: formal dance with music provided by Art Wendel and his orchestra. All arrangements have been directed by Naomi Goss, director of women's activities at the college, and a large souvenir program supported by Hazleton businessmen and containing pictures of the principle participants in the coronation will be presented to the spectators. Public Invited It was emphasized by the committees who have arranged the ceremony that the general public is invited and that there will be no admission charged either for the coronation or the dance which begins at nine P.M. Miss Uzmann's court will consist o...

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