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

IRC Officers Are Chosen; Appoint Conference Delegates A large turnout of students at the recent meeting of the International Relations Club heard a discussion stimulated by an epitome of the Berlin Crisis.It was' rendered by Paul Pucillo. A very noticeable sign of interest as aroused among those attending concerning international relations. Election of officers took place previous to the discussion on Berlin. Mr. Ralph Kreeker_, faculty adviser, supervised the election. Officers are: President, Paul Pucillo. Vice President and Public Relations, Harry Klemie. Secretary, Sara Gensel. Plans were made to have a delegation of the Hazleton center students attend the Middle Atlantic Conference November 19, 20 and 21 at the State College campus. This confer-(Continued on page 3)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

Students X-Rayed For TB Friday The mobilized photographic unit, which is part of the Pennsylvania mass x-ray program, was available Friday to HUC students at City Hall. The students of the center were given a chance to be x-rayed for tuberculosis, according to a time schedule set up by the administrative head. These free examinations were made possible through_* the cooperation of the Middle Valley Tuberculosis Society and they were under the direction of Syd Rudman, center activities head. These examinations are being sponsored on a region-wide 'basis and entire communities are being examined at the present time. In this way the T-B preventative society is hoping to cut the possibilities for the spread of the disease.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

Art Display To Be Shown At HUC Art Supervisor Arthur Carpenter announced last week that an exhibition of paintings by C. Elizabeth Davis of Philadelphia will be set up in this college. The exhibit is to arrive here sometime during the week of November 8 land will be set up in the art room, room W-3 at Walnut street. Several paintings by the Philadelphia artist were on display in Hazleton last year. Carpenter stated that this year's exhibit will be of entirely different compositions. After the display has been in the college for a week, it is to be moved to the galleries of the Hazleton Art League in the Masonic 'Temple where a greater number of regional people will be able to see the works.

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

WOMEN'S HALLOWE'EN PA R TY F R ID AY NIGHT Friday night at nine o'clock the Women's Organization . held a Hal_^ lowe'en party in the Pardee Hall at the Y.M.C.A. Attendance was restricted to the women and their guests. Plans included dancing, Hallowe'en and other novel games, and refreshments were served. There was no costuming. However, decorations did, along with the different games, provide an autumn atmosphere.

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

1 __ . ; . _, SERGEANT FLAHERTY SEEKS APARTMENT lit Sgt. Joseph Flaherty, one of the new instructor* of1 the local ROTC training course, is faced with a common and very critical problem! The sergeant, a native of Kingston, lias found it practically _impossible to secure a suitable apartment for his wife and child. Flaherty would like four or five comfortable rooms with, if possible, a bath.

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

The Real Student Tells Officers What He Thinks When asked by an inquiring reporter, what he did to earn his fifty thousand dollar salary, the executive of a large corporation replied that he was not paid for the things he did, but for the things he did not do The executive who can keep his board of directors or his subordinates from doing foolish things is worth as much if not more than the executive who does things himself. A high-priced man has two sides to his business nature, the positive and the negative. , The positive can be seen by.results, The negative can be seen because it; does not exist. It is just as valuable to have unwise policies prevented a_§ to have Wise policies put into operation. The credit man who can throw, out the unsafe credits is as valuable to his concern as the sales manager _whe gets the business, perhaps more so. As this is true for an executive it is so for students at H.TJ.C. since for the time being, H.U.C. is in business. Help make it the d...

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

Leisure Time Class The Pennsylvania State College in Hazleton is continuing its Adult Evening Class program this semester. The "Leisure Time Classes" will feature the Language Institute, offering on Tuesdays: Elementary or Intermediate French (Conversational), Elementary German, Elementary Italian, Introduction to Hebrew, — and on Thursdays: Elementary Spanish, Intermediate Spanish (Conversational), and English for Americanization, that is, effective English grammar and usage for educated foreigners. In addition Principles of Elementary Art . (Drawing and Sketching) will be given on Tuesdays. The fall term will run for eight weeks, beginning November 11. . Registration will be on November 9 and 10 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Walnut Street Building. The _tuitior fee is $5 for each subject for the eight weeks (sixteen hours) of work, Classes will be held one night eacl week for two hours. Open To Adults The "Leisure Time Classes" are open to all adults who have no opportunit...

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

TAKE AN ACTIVE INTEREST IN STUDENT COUNCIL On the front page of this issue ol the Collegian is an account of the first Student Council meeting whict was held Tuesday night. It would pay every student to reac this story. Student Council opened its season with a rather active meeting on the part of every member. It was a conglomeration of ideas which must be expected at the initial meeting. The only solution to future problems is that these many ideas can be co-ordinated for the benefit of the students. These members have been elected to represent the students and the only" way these conditions can efficiently represent the student body is to have the students make known their desires. If you get the time attend these council meetings! It might be well if the parliamentarian of 1 Student Council would reserve a certain time during the meeting when any visiting students would be able to speak. One special time is advisable so students won't be breaking in on discussion at any, ...

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

¦? : : « THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE By June Reinmiller For the benefit of the freshmen who do not know what a bluebook is it is a pamphlet distributed after a period of time to determine how much knowledge has been diffused and absorbed. The color is self explanatory. The idea is to write as much as possible with as few mistakes as grades allow. Recommended by experienced groups is skipping every other line and writing large. In view of the mouth-watering fad being. gulped across the country, here's hoping Miss Grace Thomas has her grasshoppers all locked up in formaldehyde. Mike Arlotto is very happy that he doesn't have any Biology class this semester. Bugs always make him itch so. We've often heard students ask what they wanted around here, blood? Well, three cheers for Johnny Sa'bia. He very willingly parted with a pint of blood. Anyone desiring to know how to tie his tie, Robert German will be only too glad to oblige. German gave a very enlightening speech in class on this ...

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

Center Float In Mummers Pageant The _Hsteleton Undergraduate Center contributed in no small way to the success of the recent Mummers' parade held in Hazleton. The float sponsored by HUC appeared in natural sequence in the parade. In fact everything was in natural sequence. The float was directly behind the Tamaqua Redskins. As one sideline commentator exclaimed, "First came the Indians, then comes ' the corn." * There were strings attached to the deal since behind the float was the Philadelphia string band. Most common of tre remarks heard along the line of march was the "Penn State . or state pen?" query. Sitting among the corn stalls were Jean McGrory, June Reinmiller, Anella Miraldo and Mary Lou Pollock. Seriously, though, <. much credit goes to Bob Vilushis and Denny Conahan for their work in decorating the float. The gathering of supplies was done by Aaron Deitch, Don Kump, Jim Goeffert and Bob Holman.

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

Book Store News The bookstore of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center, which is located on the first floor of the Walnut Street building, is the main source of supplies and textbooks necessary to the students in their chosen courses. The bookstore is under the supervision of J. Richard Mattern and John D. Carr, members of the faculty. They are assisted in its operation by Lou Broadt and John Baker, both of whom are students at the Center. Besides textbooks and supplies that are available at the bookstore there are many other items of interest. For the men there are those items to 'tickle milady's fancy, such as kerchiefs, pins, bracelets, all of which bear the HUC insignia, and numerous other things that he may wish to give her as token of remembrance. Available also are aiito tags and stickers; stationery with Penn State or HUC letterheads; and other souvenirs that will serve as a remembrance of days at the Center.

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

HASTE, WASTE With girl, in clinch / Me say "Me love." She.coos like dove. : * .* * Me smart, me fast. Never 1 techance pass. * * * . "Get hitched?" me say. "O-kay," she say. * * ? Wedding bells ring, ring. Honeymoon, everything! *. * * Settle down . . . Happy man. * * * Another June night Stars shine bright. Big moon, no spoon. Ain't happy no more. Carry baby, walk floor. * * * Wife mad, she fuss. Me mad, me cuss. * * * . Life one big spat. Nagging wife, bawling brat. * * * * Me learn at last Me too damn fast.

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

TICKETS FOR GAMES Students here have expressed a desire for tickets to football games in which Penn State's Nittany Lions are playing. This is an old and annual request but it might be worth considering on campus now, more than ever before. State College is more and more drawing in its Undergraduate Center chain as a really integrated part of the college. To increase interest in main campus activities, regardless of the distance involved, might pay any college dividends. The students at the centers 'would appreciate recognition and consideration on this matter..

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

Drop in at the bookstore and have a look around. It's there to use.

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

COLLEGI AN HAZLETON PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER EDITOR ' . ' . , WILSON BARTO Sports Editor Dick Bagby Photographer Walter Stone BROAD STREET BUREAU Joe Olivia Gene Kostick STAFF WRITERS Lavrinec, Mary Lou Pollock> Victor Marchetti, Bill Beran_, George Sarkis Ernest Denke and Bob Sacco ®| June Reinmiller, Beverly Silverman, Sheldon Vilensky, Dolores Kobrick, Jean ,

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

CLASS PRESIDENTS TELL THEIR STORIES TO COLLEGIAN REPORTER BOB RINKUS If modesty is to be considered a vital requisite of an efficient administration, then Bob Rinkus should fill the proverbial "bill to a T." His inobtrusive manner and exceedingly calm nature have been definite factors in influencing his success story while at the center_. Bob, the sophomore class's newly elected chief executive, is a good example of the veteran who has returned to school to further his education and to prepare for a worthwhile position in the future. For Bob, the choice turned out to be engineering. As a result he finds the greater part of his school hours spent at the Broad street building. Undoubtedly it was his knowledge of upper end activities and the vast popularity acquired by him there that accounted for his gaining the top spot in the center's student government setup. Versatile Person _Bofo, a native Hazletonian, possesses no exceptional talent in any one field of endeavor. Rather h...

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

SPORTSTUFF By DICK BAGBY The Penn State in Hazleton cagemen made a good showing against Bloomsburg State Teachers College Wednesday. Could it be that they are on their way to another state junior college- championship? The Hard Coal region hopes so ... * * * The mighty eleven from the University of Pennsylvania which is the major obstacle in the path of the Penn State Higginsmen's bid for another undefeated season, are continuing their unbeaten way themselves. The Philadelphia powerhouse met Washington and Lee for the first time this* weekend and made the boys from W. and L. wish it was the last. ;*** Joe Louis plans to defend his heavyweight crown again next June. Perhaps the Brown Bomber ought to reconsider his decision while he still has a chance' to retire in one piece and undefeated. * • Whoever arranged the schedule for the Middy football team must be an undertaker, The boys from Annapolis have a fair team in its class but the schedule they have this year is just plain...

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

MEETINGS THIS WEEK TO PLAN INTRA-MURAL SET-UP HERE Organization meetings for the purpose of getting the winter intramural sports program under way have been set for this week. Coach Syd Rudman, in charge of the program, is planning on running competition in basketball and bowling this season, • If enough interest is shown in other sports, they will be added to the program at a later date. Cage teams that are interested in entering the intramural basketball loop are to send representatives to room W-15 Tuesday. Each representative is to turn in his team' s roster which must not exceed twelve men. Representatives of teams desiring to enter the bowling league will meet at noon Wednesday, also in room W-15. Rosters for these teams are to be composed of either a four or six man team and are to be turned in at the meeting. Last year competition was carried on at the YMCA. Although some difficulty was experienced in scheduling games last year .due to conflicting classes, the progra...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

OUT OF THE GRIPE BOX 400 or more students have paid 50 cents for bluebooks. After five weekkof school I have had hut one bluebook. Paper was always furnished by myself. * * * Is the library a place to read and study in silence, or a place for bull sessions ? You can't even hear yourself think. Make it either a library or Joe's pool parlor. * * * Why must math teachers explain the easy problems and then give the most complicated problem in a bluebook? " * * * Why can't students from the center obtain tickets for the Penn State games ? * * • ' Green metal seats in basement are too rough and hard on stockings. There is a need for more new and better seats.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 November 1948

$100,000 In Prizes For Student Writing Contest (Continued from page one) In each category it is proposed to obain professional production and publication of the most meritorious scripts, stories and songs. In each case the author will receive full royalties in conformity with the highest standards set by all writers' guilds. The contests, which are open to all writers, requires a $2 entry fee on the first manuscript submitted, and a $1 fee for each additional entry. Closing date of the contest is Jan. 31, 1949. Winners will be announced in April. Each category will be judged by a panel of three experts of national reputation in the particular field in which he or she acts as judge. The address of the National Five Arts Award, Inc., is 715 Fifth Ave., New York 22, N. Y.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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