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

1st League Game At Pottsville; Student Rally The first game for the Hazleton Center basketball team in the junior college league will be at Pottsville, December 4. Pottsville Center students will stage a "Welcome Hazleton" jamboree for the local team and followers. It was pointed out that students who wish to go to the Pottsville game are to submit their names to .Syd Rudman before 5 p.m. November 29. A $1 fee will cover all transportation. The season will end up with a state junior college tournament to be held in Altoona March 4 and 5. This was decided at the recent Harrisburg meeting of the Pennsylvania Junior College Athletic Association. Hazleton was host school last year. _, These playoffs match the four top teams of the junior college loop. The Rudmanites are the present state junior college champions. ONLY TWO TEAMS So far, only two. teams have been submitted ito participate in the Men's Intra-mural bowling league. Students are urged to form teams of either four or six...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 15 November 1948

"OOPS, SORRY" CLUB GETS 2 NEW MEMBERS Two cards of membership were issued for the "Oops, tSorry" club in one game last season. They went to Williams, Duke fullback, and Royston, Wake Forest guard. In their game in Wake Forest, Williams took the snap from center and did a half turn to start a reverse. He faked a handoff to one back and extended the ball toward the end (an end-around menuever). Instead of an end, here came Royston, the Wake Forest guard, who had blundered through the hole left by a Duke lineman pulling out into the interference. Royston brushed by Fullback Williams, and to his surprise had a football thrust into his abdomen. Royston clutched it, recognized it as a standard football and in a flash saw glory ahead under the goal post with none to stop him. Then, guardlike, he tripped over his own feet and fell flat! Father: What do you mean bringing my daughter home at this hour? Date: We have to be in class by eight, sir. Joy is not in things. It is in us. —Wag...

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

Two Exhibition Cage Games Scheduled (Continued from page 1) admission charge. This will be the (first look that local fans will get at the defending junior college champions. There are several local boys on the state teachers college squad, which should make the game doubly interesting. The following Wednesday, the night (before Thanksgiving, the Rudmanites will oppose the center alumni, composed of members of last year's team who have left the center. The visitors will be led into battle by Johnny Riley, two-season captain. Teammates are Johnny Appichella, John Hutnyan, Stats Lagonosky, Don Barnes and Al Durback. The iHiUOsters will enter the fray behind timber-topping Pete Garber, last year great. The other four starters will be Jack Sipple, Chicky Lamonica, Ray Kostic and Swish Talerovich. Others slated for action are Munroe, Ledger, Kowalic, Gardner, Gerhard, Bauer, Petrovich, Phillips, Makofsky and Knyprim. Hal Vowler and Jack Kramer will work the game. Gilbert Butterwi...

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

JV*S TO PLAY CHARITY GAME IN FREELAND . Ossie Prokopic, former Hazleton High great and coach of the college's junior varsity, will send his team against a strong North Side All Star team in December! to the iFreeland YMCA gym. This will be a charity game for the purpose of buying a new Scoreboard for the Freeland Y gym. Tentative starting lineup for the collegiates are: J. Haine, captain; L. Ravina, J. Krynock, O. Scarcella and J. McCulla. They will be backed by: Coleman, Fuhrer, Morton, Vilushis, Bagby, Corraza, Fluri, Close, Maylath, Minchin, and Broadt.

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

ACTIVITIES BUDGET 1948-49 The budget was passed by a unanimous vote at a meeting of the College Council on October 29, 1948. It was approved by the Council on Administration on November 1. Athletics $1,290.00 Collegian ,. 820.00 Center Punch ,. '80.00 Library — ; 250.00 Girls' Athletics _, 100.00 Music * ___ 50.00 Social Activities 1,200.00 Convocation — 250.00 Operations 100.00 Clubs: * Drama 20.00 Photo 25.00 Int. Relations ; 21.00 French __, 15.00 German 15.00 Dancing - 20.00 Math -_— _ ¦ 15.00 Spanish -—- 15.00 Girls' Social _,__. . 20.00 Engineering : 20.00 Chemistry —. 15.00 _^Specific Appropriations 809.00 Miscellaneous _ —— 100.00 Total $5,250.00 Estimated Receipts $5,250.00 *This fund is a reserve fund out of which appropriations may be made by the Council as need arises. Certain sums have already been earmarked by the Council for .particular activities.

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

KATHY KO-ED'S KORNER In all fairness to the males of the Hazleton Center, a survey has been conducted among the women to get some idea of what type of clothing is making or breaking the man today. One contributor thought the men ought to spend more time combing their hair. Hair knows iwhat 'tis to be parted! Another spoke highly of something a little more "groovy," creases in trousers and shirt sleeves. Eyes right, take a bow, Aaron Deitch. Splashy socks apparently rate second highest wMi the women, not to overlook, a vital complement, loud ties. Fellows taking courses from, James Steele should take note. And, does anyone know who helps Bill Baran on and off with his ski-shoes ? . . . Some very interesting facts have seeped out about the outside dives of several women students at HUC; To mention just a few, Nancy DiBonifazio and Ursuline Umbriac are both trained nurses at the Hazleton State Hospital. Their hours are from 4 until 12 p. m. daily .... Sara Gensel, of (Nescopeck, ...

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

CHINESE ENGINEER SPOKE TO STUDENTS Bob Thomas Is Chem Club Pres. Robert Thomas has been elected president of the Hazleton Center's first Chemistry Club. Also elected to office are: Myron Schmutzer, vice president; Mary Ellen McHugh, secretary-treasurer; Jack Sipple, representative to the Activities Board. The club has been organized through the efforts of Chemistry Instructor Mae Fauth. «_, The club meets every other Tues. evening at 7:30 o'clock in Room 1, Broad Street building. A monthly dues schedule of 25c was approved by the members. An attempt is being made to have a moving picture reel on chemistry for this Tuesday's meeting. Robert Kostiok has been appointed chairman of the club's refreshment committee. Club officials have extended an invitation to all students to join the club and take part in its activites. Conditions in China and the reasons for them were explained by Carl T. Mao, Chinese electrical engineer, to the members of the International Relations Club re...

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

CLASSIFIED ADS Do you drive -to Pittsburg, Scranton or Philadelphia over the weekend ? Have a book you'd like to sell ? Need a room or a sliderule? If so, put it in the classified ads, a new column in the Collegian for just such problems. A special envelope will be in the Collegian office marked for ads. Any students with material are urged to submit it to the paper for publication two days before it goes to press. Ads for the next issue are due no later than November 20. FREE. Tickets for Hazleton Talent on Parade. See Syd Rudman. RIDES TO MARYLAND. Miss Lois Neifert offers to take riders any weekend to points on route to Maryland. Oh yes, I'm off the dames for life, Let some other guy take her for a wife. I'm through, washed up. They ain't no more, Say, who's that blonde who just came through the door? Seven o'clock is the hour of decision ! It's then that you decide to go to a movie, a dance, play bridge, bowl—or study. Father: Are they very strict on you at school? Son...

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

To Collect Goods For Overseas Penn State students in Hazleton are being asked to take part in the Church World Service _clothing drive for overseas relief. Locally the Hazleton Committee on Overseas Relief is staging the drive. Iii college the International Relations Club is sponsoring the group. A box has been placed in the Walnut Street building and donations may be placed there. On the list of materials are: Clothing of all kinds, bedding, shoes tied in pairs, children 's books, cotton feed hags, felt hats, Bibles, table ware but not chinaware, bar soap, toys, kitchen utensils, sewing supplies, games, cutlery, galoshes. Dolls, linens, farm tools and harness, _school supplies, candles and Btubs, any kind of seeds, stockings and box, hand tools, bicycles, toilet supplies, and ladies ' handbags. Donations are to be wrapped or bundled. A city-wide door-to-door collection is being made.

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

Center Group in Haxleton Talent Show (Continued from page 1) tumes for the puppets was supervised by Freshman Anna Pfeiffer. Other groups who appeared in the variety production are the Hazleton High School Thespians, the Choralairs, the YMCA male chorus, the YWHA, Most Precious Blood symphonic orchestra, YWCA group, and Hazleton's Little Theater group. This program was presented as a benefit show for the temple building fund'. Construction has been started on the erection of a twostory, brick annex to the temple building at Church and Hemlock streets.

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

PENN STATE JESTERS DRAMA CLUB NAME "Penn State Jesters" was _the name chosen for <tihe Hazleton Center's dramatic club. An interesting demonstration on applying make-up for the juvenile, the middle age and the old age person was given by Jean _Lovrinic at the last meeting. Neil Lwellyn was the model. During intermission on November 19 an entertaining show will be presented by members of the Penn State Jesters. Arthur Cloetingh, head of Dramatics at the campus, will be here November 16 for a center caucus.

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

DANCE FRIDAY (Continued from page 1) Vayda and Margaret Kohler; publicity, Hank Ziegler and Silverman; general arrangements, Bob Kostie. Officers recently elected to head the board are: Bob Kostie, president; Paul Pucillo, vice president; Margaret Kohler, secretary-treasurer. " Syd Rudman is faculty adviser.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

The question of the month is, "What will it be for milady?" Maybe it will be orchids to you! What is all this leading up to .. . ? Just this—- Plans have been completed for the junior college's annual Christmas semi-formal to be held December 17. The project is being promoted by the Activities Board. Students are reminded to circle the date and to watch the bulletin board for later announcements concerning the dance. A grand time and pleasant surprises are in store for all who attend the gala affair. Hucsters Point To Pottsville Game Tomorrow Infra-Mural Schedule December Question After a fine showing in defeating the Hazleton Center alumni, a week ago Wednesday, the basketball minded students of Coach Syd Rudmair are well prepared to keep the ball rolling and to go on to another successful season. The locals will meet the Pottsville Center team tomorrow night in the Pottsville High School gym with whistle time set for 7:30 o'clock. The return game will be played here Febr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

Student Lounge Condition Is Council Topic Cqnditions in the student lounge in the basement of. the . Walnut Street building were discussed by the College Council at this week's meeting_. Some action had been taken by last year's group and the present officials are planning to investigate possibilities of improving the room. John Parvensky and Art Edstrom have been appointed investigators. Also accepted was a plan to present honorary college "membership cards " to some of Hazleton's prominent citizens. This will permit the holder to attend college sporting and social functions as ax guest of the school. ¦ The December drive for sale of Disabled Veteran Forget-Me-Nots in the school will be sponsored also by the council. It is planned to have the flowers sold in the school library. Edstdom made this suggestion. The date for the Christmas semiformal, December 17, was approved and the group heard a report from President Bob Rinkus, Secretary Joyce Schofield, Treasurer Art Edstrom, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

Office Announces First Honor Roil Charles Miller is on top scholastically for the first eight weeks of the current semester, according to an announcement made this week by the office. Miller has attained an average of 3.00. Nancy Baran and Jean Lovrinie are following closely Miller's record with scores of 2.81. The other members on the top nine group are: B. S. Yurick, P. Corazza, A. Lorenzou_*, Dave McNelis, R. A. Makofski and E. C. Sword. * Another 27 students have achieved first half semester marks to place them on the lower part of the roll with averages between 2.41 and 2. These are J. Adams, W. C. Stone, Joella McCarty_, June Reinmiller, G. Scheers, Con Balliet, Joan Eidelman, G. E. Lenyo, M. D. Underwood, A. Roasen. H. Kleraic, Lawrence Drabick, Nancy Byorick, Anita , Goldberg, S. Pasda, J. P. Wersinger, T. C. Geary, Jr., A. W. Snyder, G. G. Sarkis_, A. Stanziola. John Baker. N. DiBonifazio, W. E. Klinesmith, J. M. Prete, T. H. Salinskv. R. J. Thomas and T. T. Watkins. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

Engineers Will Tour Bell Office The members of the college Engineers Club will make a tour of the Bell Telephone building on West Green street next Tuesday and Wednesday. The groups will be taken on the tour both days starting at 9 a.m. Students not club members who would- like to take part in the tour are asked to contact Instructor Joseph Pavone. Thursday night the club's regular meeting will be held with Roland Edmunds, of the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company, as main speaker. His subject will deal with "Electric Utilities." All engineering students are invited to the meeting, which will start at 7:15 o'clock in Room 1 of the Broad Street building. Refreshments will be served.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

Spring Schedules Are Being Planned During this week the first part of the student body scheduled to plan their course programs for the spring semester has conferred with Asaistand Administrative Head Prank Kostos. The remaining two weeks of the program are: Next week —' all second semester students and first semester liberal arts students. Week of December !3 — all first semester students, except those taking liberal arts. Next week, also, the members of the student body who are eligible for transfer to the main campus at State College in February are to confer with Amos Goss, administrative head.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

IMPORTANT MEETING On Thursday, December 9, there will be an important meeting for all married students at the Center in room W-17 at 4 p.m. MATH CLUB MEETS The film, "Introduction to Vectors," will be shown December 14 when the Math Club meets in Room 2, Walnut Street building. Engineering students are invited,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

First Program Tre first, in a weekly series of music appreciation v broadcasts by Miss Miss Pearl Garbrick, music instructor here, was made Wednesday night over Station WAZL. The story and music of Handel's "Mesaiah" was aired. The programs are a half hour in length and are produced at 10:30 on Wednesday nights. Bob Sacco, center student and WAZL announcer, is assisting on the program.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 3 December 1948

I wo cage standout* met on opposing teams last Wednesday wnen Pete Gai-ber and Statz Laganosky, now on the main campus, played' in the Hazleton Center's opening game. Laganosky, who played with the alumni team, didn't make the jump. The locals took a 64-48 victory from last yead's team mates.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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