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

NEED RECORDS The college dancing club has issued an appeal for students to contribute records for use during its meetings. Each record is to be tagged with the name of the student. The records are to be returned. Advisor Syd Rudman stated that records of fox trots, waltzes and moderate to fast jitterbug tunes are needed. These platters should be turned in to Rudman at the main faculty room at Walnut street or brought to the -club's meeting this afternoon.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

The man who has not anything to boast of tout his illustrious ancestors is like a potato—the only good belonging to him is underground. —Over bury

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

YOU PAID! NOW VOTE FOR GOOD MANAGEMENT Every student in the Hazleton Undergraduate Center has invested $7.50 in the activities program here for this semester. Veterans, f' or the first time, have been required to pay this fee, according to the most recent dictates of the Veterans' Administration. The usual question has been expressed many times already: "Where Does This Money Go?" and "Who Manages These Funds?" Where the money will go and who will manage it will be answered next week when more than 400 HUC students vote for their class officers. The money has been paid and now the students deserve the answers — which they themselves must supply through their ballots. The important post, and f'or which there are several candidates, is that of Sophomore class president. This person will head the Student Council, the guiding light for everything. From this post, and its auxiliary posts, will originate the final action for—por against—the best interests of all concerned at Penn St...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

_^ i THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE Welcome to all incoming freshmen, returning'students and new members of the faculty, Ida C. Goyne, Gilbert H. Ward, to Florence N. Yannes, the first nurse at HUC, and to Sgts. Bruney and Flaherty. Syd Rudman's dancing club, the first of its kind at the center, has a large membership of enthused novices. Just to speed things up, does anyone know what (became of. the large broom at the Get Acquainted Dance ? Irene Smith, former member of Student Council who transferred to Wilkes, recently visited her hometown with a very cute friend, Irene Wang from China. Hobson Zerbe's geology classe? were on a field trip to nearby Cranberry and wish to disprove any ac cusations that they have rocks ir their heads — it's names of rocks' The geology classes are planning a trip to Crystal Cave October 26. Good luck to State grad, Ted Alex, who landed a part-time job as announcer at the local radio station WAZL. From down under comes another request for students to...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

Start Of Cage Season At HUC /I 1_ri 1 _i iii i-i- - f Coach Rudman held the _ . Syd first basketball practice of the 1948-1949 season in the A. D. Thomas gymnasium Monday night. He was greeted by 35 eager candidates for the varsity and junior varsity teams. Four veteran cagers have returned to HUC. They are Pete Garber, Steve Talerovich, Jim Munroe and Brice Martin. It is around these veterans that Rudman plans to rebuild his junior college champions. The candidates went through preliminary wanmups and were coached in the fundamentals of zone offense and defense. The initial practice closed with a scrimmage to judge the new candidates. Rudman stated there is some fine material in the group but there are still quite a few rough spots to be smoothed out before the team can take the floor for the season. The tentative schedule: November 24, Alumni (H). December — 4, Pottsville (A); 8, Hershey Junior College (A); 10, Altoona (A); 11, DuBois (A); 15, Harrisburg (H) pending; 17, o...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

International Relations Club Meets Wednesday "The Berlin Crisis" is expected.to be the topic of discussion when the International Relations Club holds its third meeting next Wednesday at noon in room W-17. An invitation is issued to HUC students and faculty members to take part in the IRC's round-table confabs. No officers have been elected and the group is making an early bid for new members before officials will be chosen. Adviser Dr. Hazel Ramsey pointed out that Freshmen especially are invited to take part in the activities so a group of club leaders can be developed for next year. The club has been organized again this year as a panel group on world affairs for students here. The forum meetings are held during the noon hour and members are invited to bring their lunches. Outstanding topics developed last year included "The Marshall Plan," "The Commiunist Coup in •Czechoslovakia," "Universal Military Training, " and "The Trieste Issue." A constant review of UN activities i...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

Bob Timlin Pres. Of Drama Club Bob Timlin has been chosen presi dent of the Penn State Players, this school's thespian group. Miss Margaret Campbell is adviser. Other officers are: Michael Buggy, vice president; Joyce Sehofield, secretary; Dolores McGee, treasurer. The players will make their first appearance before the student body _November 19 when they will stage a skit during a dance intermission. The committee arranging for the productionette is made up of Nick Cabello, Joe Skiptosky, Niel Lewellyn, Dolores Kolisick, Eleanor Wagner and Beverly Silverman. Other activities on the club program for the semester are the production of three act plays, several WAZL radio shows, theater parties, trips to the campus to see stage productions, and attending one of Marian Brown's readings.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

HUC PUPPETEERS PART OF CITY TALENT SHOW The French department's Puppeteers will stage a fifteen minute miniature stage show as part of the "Hazleton Talent on Parade" show in the Hazleton High School auditorium November 13. The show is being sponsored by the organizations of the Beth Israel Temple, Church and Hemlock sts., for the benefit of the congregation's building program. A two-story addition is being built to the present temple. Other city talent groups will take part in the'show which starts at 8 o'clock. Syd Rudman is handling tickets for the show and he may be found in the main office at Walnut street.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

STATE CHORUS HERE IS AGAIN ORGANIZED The Penn State Community Chorus has been reorganized for the year. Miss Pearl Garbrick, school music head, is director. The group meets Tuesday evening. Sessions start at seven o'clock and all types of music are being used. At the present time the organization is planning a program to be staged sometime in November. The rolls of the musical group in elude many members from last year's chorus. The members are from towns surrounding the city as well as from Hazleton.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

DANCING CLUB LESSONS EVERY THURSDAY EVE The junior college's 1948-49 dancing club ihas been (Organized and will hold its second meeting this afternoon in the Hazleton YMCA's Pardee Hall. The meeting will get underway at four o'clock. The group is being directed by Syd Rudman and lessons in primary dancing steps are to be given until 5:30 oWock. Rudman pointed out the purpose of the club is to teach more college students, "boys especially," to dance. The membership rolls are still open.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

"Come back, Nodnick," cried Mrs. Pffnick to her little boy as he fell out of the balcony. "Orchestra seats are a dollar more."

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

Lee: I'm a self-made man. Barney: That's what comes from hiring cheap labor.

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

Speecr is the index of the mind. —Seneca

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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 October 1948

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

ACTIVITIES BUDGET HAD PRIORITY AT FIRST STUDENT COUNCIL MEET Tuesday evening marked the opening of the official student government year when the Student Council held its first meeting. The matter of balancing the all-important budget rated priority on the agenda. Arrangement of the budget is for allocation of funds to cover the operating expenses of the school's vari_, _ous activities. Groups requesting funds are: Drama, Photography Collegian, International Relations, French, Literary Magazine, German, , Dancing, _Matti, Spanish, Music, Honor Convocations planning group, Athletics, Girls Basketball, Girls Softball, Women's social ( activities, Cheerleading, and HUCsters club. A certain amount of money has been allocated for general operating expenses during1 the year. Long Meeting The regulating of the budget took up a gruelling two and one half hour meeting. The initial appropriations were acted upon at a special council meeting Friday night. The official organization of co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

$100,000 In Prizes For Student Writing Contest The National Five Arts Award, Inc., a non-profit organization, designed to discover, aid and stimulate creative writing in the colleges and universities in the United States, has announced the first of its annual contests for its awards and fellowships totaling $100,000. Open to all writers in the fields of full length play, fche radio script, the popular song, the screen original, the short story, and the short short story, there are six cash awards in each category. These are: a f2,000 first prize; a $1,000 second prize; four prizes of $500 each. In addition and in a special effort to obtain recognition and financial assistance for young writers, $73,000 of the total awards will be granted in the form of 140 fellowships of $500 each. The fellowships, like the cash prizes, will 'be awarded on the basis of merit alone, rather than on age or academic degrees, and will be granted to writers of talent and promise. Further, such write...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

N. L Teams Discussed By Baseball Pros When Danny Lithwiler's All Stars played in Bloomsburg prior to appearing at Cranberry Park October 24, - a Bloomsburg State Teachers College sportswriter queried the team members on their opinions of National League teams this year. The ensuing story gives an insight into a player's idea of the national pastime. Ron Northey and Billy Cox may think the St. Louis Cardinals and Brooklyn Dodgers, respectively, were the best teams in the National League this past season, but Vern Bickford, sensational rookie pitcher, has proof that his Braves were the pick of the crop. "Sure," said Bickford in response to Ron Northey's assertion last week that all the clubs were as strong as ever, "we're all good, but the Braves led the league in hitting; we led the league in fielding, and we had the best pitching record. How can you beat that?" "Cleveland," said Vern, "is a good, sound ball club with a great (Continued on page 4)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

Voting Releases Sanctioned By College For Tues. With an estimate by nationallyknown opinion polls that more people than ever before will be taking part in the national elections tomorrow the Pennsylvania State College has issued a statement that students'of eligible age and who are registered may be excused to vote. The high enrollment of veteran students who are of the age to cast a ballot has made this move necessary. It has been pointed out, however, that this accommodation on the part of the administration is not to be used as a "loop-hole" to get free from classes. Teachers have been notified to pass this word on to their students in the various classes. It is not believed, however, that too many Hazleton Undergraduate Center students -will need to be free from classes since few students live very far from the college. Polling places will be open from 1 o'clock in the morning to 8 o'clock tomorrow night.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

College's 1st Chem Club Is Organized The first chemistry club in the history of the Hazleton Uudergraduate Center is now being formed. At a pre-organizational meeting held Tuesday night Robert Thomas was appointed temporary chairman by the club advisers, Miss Ida Goyhe and John Carr. A tentative schedule of discussions, speakers and movies has been set up and the topics to be covered by the group will deal with chemistry as it is functioning today. Also to be considered is modern •chemical refining . methods and the many fields open today to the graduating chemical student. All chemistry students are invited to join the organization when the official organization meeting is held Wednesday at 5 p.m. in room 1 at Broad street. Officers are to be elected at this meeting and a movie is scheduled to be shown the group.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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