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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

Dance Next Fh. At City YWCA; Activities Planned A college-wide social will be held next Friday evening in the Hazleton YWCA. This will be in the form of a dance with music by Larry Klatch's combo. During intermission the Penn State Jesters will present a program of "'Gay Nineties Review." Refreshments are to be available. This is the first dance to be held at the YWCA and marks a change in Activities Board policy. The board, which staged previous dances in larger halls, believes the smaller hall, with other activities for non-dancers, will be better for the student body. The smaller hall is cheaper, the board points out, and money saved can be used for refreshments. Dress for the affair is to be informal. Fifty _noirses and telephone operators have been invited to the dance. The hall is to be decorated by a committee made up of James Geffert, Grace Hepp, Mary Louise Pollock, and Beverly Silverman. Other standing committee chairmen are: hall, Jack Sipple and Red Williams; band,...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

Center Group In "Hazleton Talent On Parade" The Beth Israel Temple's "Hazleton Talent on Parade" show staged Saturday evening in the Haaleton High School auditorium featured eight of this city's entertainment groups. ': ' ' _*#! Penn -State Center's French puppet show troupe presented a fifteenminute novelty act with students operating the miniatures and providing the speaking iparts. The group has been directed by Emma Phillips, French language instructor. A larger miniature stage was constructed for Saturday night's presentation and new puppets were made toy the Art Department under the supervision of Art Carpenter, art instructor. Sewing of stage curtains and cos-(Continued on page 4)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

TENTATIVE DATE FOR 1st PHYSICAL EXAMS According to all reports, physical examinations have been tentatively set to begin November 15, pending upon whether the chosen doctors will be ready at that date It is believed students will be examined individually and sufficent time will be devoted to each student for a thorough examination. Dr. Elizabeth S. Bauder will have charge of the women students.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

2 Exhibition Cage Games Scheduled Bloomsburg's State Teacher_^ cagers will be here Wednesday night to oppose the HUCsters in a return exhibition scrimmage. The game will be staged in the A. D. Thoimas gym at seven o'clock. There will be no (Continued on page 3) College _jOTjh*-™.• Bureau Serves Students Here Ralph Krecker The Hazleton Center's Employment Bureau, operated by Economics Professor Ralph Krecker, maintains a constant contact with Hazleton's Merchants' Council and the city Chamber of Commerce. This college service, for use by students here, is being used as a clearing house for incoming requests for student part-time help. Krecker pointed out that students desiring part-time employment can file this information with the college bureau: - 1. Type of work desired. 2. Experience in work desired. 3. Hours available. With the approach of the holiday season, there is usually an increased demand for student help in many o the city's business places. It will be throug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

Delegates Make Conference Plans Members of the International Relations Club will attend the Middle Atlantic Conference to be held at Penn State College, Pa., from Nov. 19 to 21, inclusive. (Continued from page 2)

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, PAGE 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

Delegates Make Conference Plans (Continued from page one) The Middle Atlantic Conference . is sponsored by the . Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the clubs, which represent approximately 150 colleges, include those in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, Canada. The Conference will be devoted to the theme, "How «an friendly relation's be established between the United States and the Soviet Union?" There are five subjects pertaining to this theme, each being set up in the form of a round table, and having from one to three topics. Following is a list of Hazleton students who will attend and topics to be discussed, in which they shall take part. Ralph Krecker, who will act as faculty advisor, will also take part in a discussion on the same theme, which will include only faculty members of the colleges represented. Edward Scicchitano — Can ideological differences which contribute to tensio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

GRIPE BOX CAN BE WORTH SOMETHING This has initiated newspaper a gripe box, the results of which were ¦printed for the 'first time two weeks ago. Through it the people of this school are being given the chance to bring out in the open some pet idea. Although the word " gripe " may not connote the most desirable condition, the gripe box column has not been established with the idea of causing trouble in general. The editorial ¦ staff of this newspaper visualizes such a move as a way through which improvements can be accomplished at the Hazleton Center. The staff agrees with the editors of the Penn State Extension News who claim that "Education is everybody's business." Only when it is everybody's business can education serve the most people. Hazleton Center's family of over 400 people are urged to submit suggestions to the gripe box column. To rightfully give the box a chance to function properly, the suggester and the suggested to must approach the subject from all angles with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

German Group Activities Begin At a recent meeting of ' "Der Schnitzelbank Verein, " the German club, the following officers were elected: George Scheers, president; Jean Lovrinic, vice president; David Jenkins, secretary-treasurer; Red Williams, representative to the Activities Board; Mary Lou Pollock, publicity director. The group held a party last week at the home of Mrs. Amos Goss in Conyngham. Jean Lovrinic, John McNally, and Art Koch were in charge of arrangements for the affair. Club officials have extended aninvitation to all students studying German this year to join the club and take part in the organization's activities. Club Adviser Anna Erlemann has stated that plans are being made to renew the German table activities this year. The table, a dinner-meeting of German students at which only German was spoken, was popular last year. If you care — share ... in the needy clothing campaign. Attend the dance at the YWCA next Friday night.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

BLUE BOOKS AT THE COLLEGE BOOK! STORE Students have been wondering just where are their ¦ Blue Books and what became of the money they paid for these books. For the information of all who have not as yet learned of their where-a-bouts, they are at the book store. , They have not been passed out to the'instructors as in previous years, because the method of distribution has been changed. Students are now required to pick their blue books up at the book store and bring them to class whenever their instructors inform them to do so. . y.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

GOOD FOR U S Let no one think that a college retires to its classrooms and test tubes when it's time for community service —at least not this college. Tomorrow night a group of Penn Center students will take part in the "Hazleton Talent On Parade" show It's for the benefit of a building fund in no way connected with the college. The students and teachers are doing it as a community service. It's good advertisement for the college and it's a good example for the town. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

COLLEGIAN STAFF WILL MEET TODAY AT 4 There will be another meeting of the Hazleton Collegian istaff this afternoon at four o'clock. The meeting will be held in room 13 in the Walnut Street building. All members of the newspaper's staff are urged to attend this session in order to plan for the November 24 edition of the collegian.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

"WEIL, WELL— THE SHINING KNIGHT IN WHITE ARMOR. THE GAY LOTHARIO FROM THE WEST. THE BEAU BRUMMEL OF PARK AVENUE -COME IN. lERKt"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

«^0K^^* ® THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE «. : * T Mention has been made by way of the Gripe Box of the limited amount of tickets available to Penn State games. A few facts about tickets for tfae past football game, Penn-Penn State, leave no traces of mystery over circulation. Penn State College was allotted exactly -,000 tickets, according to a member of the faculty. Secondly, faculty members and students number more than 9,000 combined. Hint: 2 and 2 _egual 4. What really is up to this point inexplicable is why Penn State was allotted 2,000 tickets when the seating capacity of Franklin Field is an estimated 80,000 ? ? ? • On November 22, Marquis Childs, author and lecturer of world-wide recognition, is going to speak at the Teachers ' Forum. Rumors have it that his speech will concern the recent presidential election. History students particularly and speech students are intending to sit in for further development and better understanding of their courses ... In case any student ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

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 June Reinmiller, Beverly Silverman, Sheldon-Vilensky_, Dolores Kobrick, Jean Lovrinic, Mary Lou Pollock, Victor Marchetti_, Bill Baran_, George Sarkis, Ernest Denke, Bob Sacco, Stanley Pasda _HAZLETONfflpCOLLEGIAN .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

SPORTStUFF By DICK BAGBY Intra-mural basketball got off to a good start Monday, with the Fireballs singeing the Cobras 41-20. Ravina was high, scorer for the winners with 22 points, while Hutnyan racked up 10 points for the losers. It looks as though Mr. Ravina could have beaten tihem single handed. Penn State, with Fran Rogel, turned in a nice performance against Penn last week and seem to be on the way to another undefeated season. Howewer, this week the Nittany Lions meet a stubborn Temple eleven who almost upset the Lions' apple cart last season. It was only after a terrific battle last season that _4Penn 'State was able to down Temple 7-0. I look forward to another thriller between these two rivals Saturday. Joe iGorden, of the Cleveland Indians, last season became the fourth active player in the American League to hit over 200 homers. Joe DiMaggio, Rudy York, and Ted Williams are the others. _* * » The, upset of Georgia Tech. by Tennessee last Week was really a surprise....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

STATE'S "PHILADELPHIA STORY"—ONE VICTORY THAT MEANT A LOT Philadelphia 's Bellvue - Stratford hotel, lodging place of Penn State's famed Blue iBand and classy cheerleaders, was a scene of turmoil Friday night iprior to the Penn State-Penn U. game last week-end. Most of State's followers had the "first get together" there and the college yell kings*' and queens were shouting cheers from the hotel's main steps while the iNittany throngs were flooding the streets, confident only of a State victory. When the final gun sounded the next day, this throng which had flooded center Philadelphia the night before, moved on the Franklin Field battleground in a stampede of joy. Wilih State's followers determined to get a part of the now-historical uprights, the goal posts were split into about as many pieces as were needed to satisfy the mob. "Thank God . .." One of the big men at the Stratford was heard to remark, "Thank God all the people wanting tickets didn't get them. " And there was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

10 TEAMS SIGNED FOR INTRAMURAL LEAGUE ORGANIZED HERE Once more basketball intramurals have "been resumed here. This season, the league consists of ten teams who should provide some interesting competition. Syd Rudman decided not to plan a complete seasonal schedule because of the irtdefinate occrrences of other major scholastic activities, but weekly schedules will be posted and the respective team captains will be informed before games. Meetings will be conducted every Friday, at noon, in room W-16. Rudtnan requests that all team captains attend those weekly meetings to discuss problems that may arise during the week, and to receive any further information pertaining to the success of the league. Game Sites Games will be played either at the local YMCA or at the Grant Street School gym. The most capable of the Cehter.es physical ed. majors will be chosen to arbitrate these tilts. Following is a list of the teams and their captains: Fireballs, Crossin; Cobras, M. Hussar; Umbre...

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