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

War Vets told Of Army Opportunity According to information released today by Major John M. Wilson, Commanding Officer of the Pennsylvania Recruiting District, the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force _Recruiting Service is now ready to advise and assist veterans of World War II who are interested in applying for commissions as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army. The new program, set in motion by the Department of the Army on October 22, is designed to procure junior officers to fill the many vacancies in the currently expanding Army. Major Wilson said that any veteran between 19 and 32 years of age, in good physical condition, and who has completed two years of college, may apply for a commission. The ap- _* plication forms may be obtained at any U.S. Army or U.S. Air Force Recruiting Station, but the completed forms must be returned to the Pennsylvania Recruiting District Headquarters, located at 13 South 11th street, Philadelphia. Successful applicants will be sent to school and up...

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

¦ POTTSVILLE GAME - ' ¦• '' " (Continued from page one) center position, and either Al Lasavage, Bob Kluba or Jack Brosius will round out the power in the forward spots. Hazleton expects to; be -well represented tomorrow night as round trip tickets have been available at $1. The host school will stage a "Welcome Hazleton " rally after the game with refreshments and dancing on the program. Syd Rudman has detailed information on transportation. Hershey Next With returning lettermen backed by capable reserves, Coaches Mark Heney and John Emerick of th« Jiunior College will play host to the invading Hucsters December 8. j The men back are James Mohr, Harold Huber and Fred, Tauber, and they should give the boxs from the Candy City the pep needed to make trouble for Hazleton's state champs. Forecasts point to a thriller next Wednesday. Next Friday the Rudmanites will hit the trail once more when they travel to Altoona. The Altoona team was twice the victim of a strong local team las...

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

_INTRAMURAL CAGE STANDINGS ANNOUNCED; NEED MORE BOWLERS After a brief layoff, basketball intramurals have hit their stride. Thus far the strong Heights AC team has been undefeated in their first three encounters. But they haven't clashed with the Warriors or Midgets, two other uiidefeated quintets. Present league standings: Team . W. L. Heights AC - 3 0 Warriors 2 0 Midgets - 2 0 Fireballs — - 2 1 Defenders -J ——z.~— .1 1 Umbrella Shop -—-- 1 1 Pros __._.._ 0 1 Cobras 0 2 _Ejiginelers 0 2 Masters 1 0 3 Only three teams have been submitted to compete in the intramural bowling league: Heights AC, All Stars, and the Pillars. In order to play a schedule, at least one more team must be registered. Any group of from four to six students is welcome to participate and Syd Rudman will take all applications.

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

MAIN YANKEE By Sheldon Vilensky Many of our states have given tc the American scene items and articles which are recognized as being distinctly their own. For example California has given the navel orange and the palm tree, Texas has presented the sagebush. Maine has given us the potato-. •.. and Burt Minkin. Born in Boston, Minkin completed his high school education in Portland, Maine, last spring. After graduation he decided to further his studies in chemistry and physics. His search led him to Penn State. As to how he landed in Hazleton, Burt is not able to explain. Already this young man has succeeded in establishing quite an impressive name for himself in school activities. Presently he is an active member of the Dramatics Club and of the male quartette. His sense of humor and constant cheerfulness has been responsible for making him one of the school's taost popular freshmen. Yes, this Maine Yankee . has proved himself one of the boys who has chipped in to make school li...

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

FORMER STUDENT HERE PICKED THE WINNERS It didn't take long for one former Hazleton Center student to make himself at home this year at Bloomsburg State Teachers College and at the same time win a football piekin's contest conducted by the Bloomsburg Press. Clarence "Sammy " Meiss_, a member of West Hazleton's gridiron squad in 1942, bowled the boys over in the college town where he now lives. He entered the contest to pick the weekend football winners recently only as a friendly rivalry with a dormitory friend. When the returns were in and counted, Sammy had, beaten all comers in the contest —' •¦ except one, a Bloomsburg co-ed named Donna Reice. • ' ¦ The couple was showered with gifts from Bloomsburg merchants who co-operated to make the sports contest worthwhile.

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

COLLEGIAN STAFF WILL MEET MONDAY AT 4 Assignments and plans will be discussed for the Christmas edition of the Hazleton Colegian, Monday afternoon at four o'clock. The meeting will be held in room 13 in the _WaU nut Street building and all members of the staff are urged to attend. If there is |myone who is not able to be at the meeting, he is asked to let the editors know before the time of the meeting. The next edition of the paper is due December 17. A group from the Penn State Jesters' club took in a thespian play at the Pottsville - Center Wednesday night. ¦

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

IT'S HAPPENING NOW It's happening now at the center—Physical examinations are being given . . . Students are filling out tentative -schedules for the next semester . . . Mid-term papers are being written . . . Boys are practicing basketball .-.. Insti-uetors. are giving out fewer 3's . . . And, everybody can't wait until December 18 ... Christmas . vacation this year wil start December 18 at noon and end at 8 a.m. January 3. Try the Collegian's classified ads if there's something you need. The service is FREE!

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

DECORATED HALL FOR THANKSGIVING DANCE Unique decorations were designec for the recent dance at the YWCA, sponsored by the college Activities Board. The group which was responsible for the work spent many hours in planning meetings and in the hall where the actual work was done. The committee was headed by Jimmy1 Geffert and' he was assisted by Jack Sippell, Clinton Bjttner, Joe Isles, Joe Yurso, Emerson Knyrim, Bob Holman, Fred Mader, John Conahan, and Beverly Silverman. The decorations were preserved for use by the Jukebox " Junction organization and Club X.

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

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT December had no chance to sneak in this "week without being greeted by- a colorful iu-ray pf yuletide decoratibhs in the center library. Although the over 400 people who daily crowd into these halls seem to be moving at too fast a pace to notice anything but their lessons and assignments, the Christmas spirit Which has been provided by Librarian Jeanne McSh' ea hasn't gone unnoticed. Green- and red streamers frdWi wall to wall and colorful wall figures and greetings have added much to the holiday spirit in the library.

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

T ' ' _^ " —• - PEACHY .. : : *. By Ursoline Imbriac Peachy, whose brain Is a bit under-fed, Dyed her hair A brilliant red. AH her friends Were surprised to find, How it did brighten Poor Peachy's mind. , _

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

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

PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER Wilson Barto Dick Bagby Walter Stone Editor Sports Editor Photographer 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, Sam Cerminaro . hazleton|3|collegian - ¦ -.• ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ • • ! ¦ . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

XMAS DECORATIONS AT BROAD STREET ROTC Planning Military Ball Here January 7 LIBRARIAN TO BE MARRIED DEC. 24 Silver streamers across the hall and green, and red holly pieces have been placed in the Broad Street building for the Christmas holiday season. Several of the faculty members anl students did the work last week. Other decorations have been placed in the offices of many of the faculty members who have most classes in that building. Miss Jeanne McShea, school librarian, will be married the day before Christmas in St. Gabriel's rectory to Harvey W. Harrison, manager of the local Household Finance Corp. office. The couple will spend their honeymoon in New York City. Miss McShea is a graduate of Kutztown State Teachers' College and Mr. Harrison is a Bucknell alumnus. _. The Reserve Officers Training Corps unit here is making plans for a military ball January 7. The affair will be held in the Altamont Hotel ballroom and music will be furnished by Art Wendel-and his or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

Hailed As Fine "Xmas Present" Ma ride Estate _h_4_£l_^m Ce nr What was described last night by Administrative Head Amos Goss as a "Christmas present" from the Hazleton Educational Council came in the announcement that the Hazleton Center will soon be moved to the 66 acre Markle estate on the crest of Conyngham mountain. The final signing of papers took place yesterday by representatives from the Hazleton ChamFer of Commerce, the iEducational Council and officials of the Pennsylvania State College. Although the actual figures involved were not released, it was stated that Eckley B. Markle made a sizeable donation to the cost. The site has been known for years as "Highacrea." The buildings on the new campus include the 32-rooin Markle mansion, a five room cottage, a seven ca;r garage and several greenhouses to be converted into class rooms. 'P lans for the improvement of the site and buildings were advanced by officials of the college. The main house is to contain 14 class roo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

Married Gl's Have Successful Study Formula Ky Beverly Silverman There is no doubt that a lot of changes will occur in the lives of Hazleton Center students during the Christmas vacation. If one of the changes is marriage, then all is for the best, facts have proved. The following article is for the veterans at H.U.C. who are and who shall be married in the near future. From a recent survey it haa been discovered that married GM's attending college apparently have a successful formula for happy marriage. According to Dr. Judson T. Landis, associate professor of sociology at Michigan State College, the great majority of couples are very happy. The big factors are mutual agreement on goals and mutual interests. While one of the reasons for difficulty in combining college and marriage is money problems, the greatest problems are in-laws who are too (Continued on page 6)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

Annual Holiday Semi-Formal This Evening Art Wendel and .his orchestra will play for the annual. Hazleton Center Christmas Semi-Formal tonight in the Eagles ballroom on North Wyoming street. The affair starts at 9:00 o'clock and entrance will be by the matriculation card. Intermission entertainment has been arranged by the Penn State in Hazleton iChorus. The dance is being sponsored by the school's activities board with general arrangements in charge of Robert Kostic. Other committee members are: Refreshments, Paul Pucillo, Margaret Kohler, Kenneth Minchin. Decorations, Jim Geffert, Jack Sippel, Clinton Bittner. , Music, John Wersinger, Leonard Williams, Kenneth Vayda. Publicity, Henry Zeigler, Beverly Silverman and faculty advisor Syd Rudman.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

"HOME FOR CHRISTMAS"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

MERRY CHRISTMAS

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

I HAPPY I I NEW YEAR 'I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

STORY OF CHRISTMAS DEPICTED BY SCHOOL GROUPS THIS WEEK The Christmas story told in chronological order with Christmas carols, some Fred Waring arrangements, was presented by center students at the Hotel Altamont Monday night as their annual Christmas program. With ythe aid of Miss Margaret Campbell the Dramatic club handled the narration and tableaus. Musical direction and arrangement was under the direction of Miss Pearl Garhrick. Representatives from various civic organizations of the city comprised the audience in addition to faculty members, students and friends. Several of the people who attended later remarked it was one of the nicest Christmas programs they had ever seen portrayed in such a manner. Tuesday night the troupe gave their second performance at the White Haven Sanitarium, On Christmas Eve the transcribed presentation ¦will be aired over WAZL at 10:30 p.m. The cast and committees for the program were: Wise men—Leroy Gaverick, Burt Minkin, and Neil Llwellyn. Sh...

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