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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Petruzzi Wins Muhlenberg Honors Daniel J. Petruzzi, a former student at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center and now enrolled at Muhlenberg college where he has won several honors, is a member of the debating team that left Friday, April 15, on a 3,000 mile trip through the middle west and will visit many cities in debate before returning to Muhlenberg on April 23. The team will visit Carnegie Tech, Western Reserve, Indiana University, Dayton College, University of Detroit, Wayne University, University of Akron, and Franklin College; the trip will carry them through Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan. Mr. Petruzzi has also recently been elected editor of the Muhlenberg Weekly, student newspaper.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Center Girls Organize Although meeting previously as a group, the girls of the Center organized recently as a club for the first time in the history of the Center, This group, the Salmagundi Club, is purely a girls' organization formed foi recreational purposes on a 'do as you please' basis. At each meeting the girls engage in an activity suggested by a fellow member. The club met on March 22, at which time an ice-cream party was held. On Saturday, April 22 the Salmagundians will hold their monthly meeting. Miss Emily Sperber will be in charge and the group plans to make artificial flowers. Miss Margaret A. Yotter, faculty advisor to the Dramatics Club, also acts in that capacity for the Salmagundi Club.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Center Instructors Announce Engagement The engagement of Miss Margaret A. Yotter and Mr. Coleman Herpel, both instructors at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center, was announced last week. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Miss Yotter joined the staff at the Center in 1934 and since then has taught French and English Composition. She is also faculty advisor of the Dramatics Club and is in general charge of the girls' extra-curricular program. Mr. Herpel came here from Harvard in 1936 and is instructor in the mathematics and physics courses. He is Center librarian and works with the Publications group as advisor.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Stoddart-Pugh Visit Postponed Until May 10 The proposed visit of Dean Stoddart of the School of Liberal Arts of the Pennsylvania State College and Mr. David B. Pugh; Supervisor of the Undergraduate Centers, planned for April 18, has been postponed until May 10. When they arrive, the educators will address the student body and also hold conferences with those students who desire to discuss individual problems with them. Leaving Hazleton, the visitors intend to continue to Pottsville Center where they will also address the student body.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

A representative group from the out-of-town students recently met with a few of the resident students and members of the faculty to discuss problems of boarding students. Among those things discussed were visiting hours, and general rules of conduct. The suggestions made to remedy these problems were in the nature of recommendations rather than rules. These recommendations will hold from house to house with minor variations. _SBMteit Forum . ^^_Sijg_^sPRules

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Students Complete Plans for Fair Trip A trip to New York was planned by last year's class at the Center but the journey failed to materialize However prospects for the trip this year are enhanced by the opening of the New York World's Fair. The students who are making the trip will have an opportunity to see a stage presentation, the Fair and any other sights of interest that time permits. (Continued on page 3)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

April 28 Date For Center's Spring Dance

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

BARBS AND BOUQUETS The Gossip-pel Truth: After a layoff of approximately three months the staff really came through on this issue. Such hard work and diligent application was not unexpected but was still a surprise. . .even the tips that came to this column were all straight. . .a little thing that merits mention since it happens so infrequently. The Best Crack of the Month: Someone espied Hartman promenading into the Reading gymn at the Hazleton-Palmerton playoff. The time was the evening following the day he tried to plow his crate through three tons of solid coal truck. Young Jimmy's forehead was blotched with two good sized patches and some wag remarked, "Aha! I see they've finally knocked the horns off him! :;- ;:• :;- In preparation for coming events, quite a few of us should familiarize ourselves with orchesographies. It might even be a good idea to become an introspectionist to the extent that Dur behavior and disposition does not maltreat the sensitive surfaces of inc...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

We Have a Message There has never been a time when it has been more necessary for us to know how we really felt in regard to our country and never a time more appropriate for us to express that feeling in our everyday life. The spirit sliould be that <si Americanism, true regard and love of our country. Propaganda machines have been rolling their juggernaut of lies and destruction through our population for the Jast few years. . .and in their wake have left converts to a new faith. . . Facsjsm. We do not desire that teaching, need none of its un-Americanism and shun its tenacious and warped grip on life. Rather we should do our utmost to help stamp it out. But we, as leaders of the future, as the probable cannon fodder in advent of war, can ably forestall any such crisis within our boundaries by refusing to condone these activities; we must allow the words to be spoken, the doctrine to be preached. . .that is provided for in our Constitution which gives every man the ri...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

"The Jitterbug" One of the most disillusioning things the freshman experiences upon coming to college is the light manner assumed by the majority of those attending college. Instead of the quiet, soft-treading hook seeking students ?/_irk go? ' ? in view the libraries are filled _ivith noisy joking idlers. The traditional student was a breathless person chiefly concerned in enlarging and broadening his knowledge, carrying a good set of books, keeping his notes in an orderly manner and organizing and interlacing the material of the different subjects of his course. He took part in "bull sessions" which consisted of subjects of earth-rocking importance to him. Today the average college student is a breezy fellow with the bottoms of his trousers turned up over his most disreputable shoes, a cigarette hanging from his lips and a battered hat jammed on the back of his head. To slide by with the least possible amount of scholastic work he can do is his idea of smartness. His reperto...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Club Doings PHOTOGRAPHY: Mr. Kieft, faculty advisor for the Hocus-Focusers, has announced the addition of a dark room to the facilities of the club. At present the room is not entirely ready for use, but soon will be in operation with the installation of shelves and tables. In the near future a contest is to be sponsored among the members for pictures that are to appear in the Collegian. DEBATING: The debating season wound up with a victory by forfeit for the Center team. The Campus debaters failed to appear because of unforeseen financial difficulties. The question under debate was "Resolved, that the United States Government should cease using public funds for the purpose of stimulating business." GLEE CLUB: The Glee Club has been thriving under a new joint management. Mr. Shetler has assumed direction over the musical end, while the finances and general management are taken care of by Mr. Isenberg. The organization is planning to purchase new music to be used in preparation...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

NEW STUDENT The Class of 1960 claims George, son of Mr. W. Lewis Shetler, as its own. George came to look over the College and the Collegian while copy was being read for this issue. He seemed to approve.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN Published monthly by the Publications Club of the Pennsylvania State College Undergraduate Center. —The Staff—Editor-in-Chief MERVINE M. RAPHEL Business Manager Managing Editor NORMAN R. FREY PAUL R. HAYES Business Associates WILLIAM STEIN ROBERT GOLDEN DAVID YEAKEL Editorial Associates MARIAN A. QUICK MARY ANN McCLINTOCK RUTH REID FLORENCE ROWSE APRIL, 1939

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

TIME OUT This column went out on a rathet precarious limb at the beginning oi the basketball season and predictec the greatest season in the history oi the Center. It was. . .the greatest consistent losing season the Center ha! yet experienced. Nevertheless we must give credit to the team for the scrappy battles they put up against stiff opposition. . .and some of those defeats could just have easily been victories, Real heartbreakers! And the Center "MUG" took a jaunt down to Pottsville for a year's stay. Our dope sheet said that the freight bill would be for a trip to DuBois. . .the Potters didn't look that good on the Hazleton floor. One consolation: Hfazleton came through to cop third place in the playoffs and Ogrydziak made the All-Center team according to the Schuylkill Collegian. Now that the basketball question will be tabled until another year, this columnist turns his thoughts to other forms of athletic diversion. Rehashing a few old suggestions: If someone would onl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Cagers Lose Eight; Win Single Game This year's basketball five wound up the season at Pottsville by taking petition the Center quintet dropped eight out of nine games. Their single victory was over a highly touted Hazleton McCann's Business five. In the totals of the Hazleton scorebook, exclusive of the tournament games, the local Center racked up 272 points as compared with 3 81 for their opponents. Bartol, varsity forward, garnered local honors by scoring 64 points throughout the season with Clete Dougherty in second scoring rank with 46 points to his credit. In any single game Bartol again came through as high scorer with 19 points racked up against M. & M. I., his former Alma Mater. Pangonis oi Mahanoy City McCann's holds honors in the opposition with a to;;al of 18 counters scored against State in a single game. Gliem, of Hazleton Mc-Cann's; Mohney, of DuBois State; and Ricotta of Freeland M. & M. I. are all second with 15 points scored against the local...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Collegian Picks All-Star Five Picking an All-Star, all competition quintet is quite a task but this is how it lines up from our corner of the press box. Selecting the players from the standpoint of scores, floor work and team cooperation we outline the All-Star team as follows: FIRST TEAM Forwards: Brecker_, Pottsville State; Gabuzda, Mahanoy McCann's. Guards: Ogrydziak, Hazleton State; Ricotta, M. & M. I. Center: _Mohrney, Dubois State. Honorable Mention Forwards: Bartol, Hazleton State; Mischissen, M. & M. I. Guards: Frank, Hazleton McCann's; O'Neill, Pottsville State. Center: Dougherty, Hazleton State.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

Fair Trip— (Continued from page 1) For those enterested in the expenses, here are some figures compiled by those who worked out the plan last year: train fare, $4.30; play, $1.00; hotel, $2.00; meals, $2.50. The train is scheduled to leave Hazleton early Saturday morning and will return Sunday evening. Provided that enough students are interested, the railroad company will offer special excursion rates to the group.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 April 1939

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