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

Language Clubs In Choral Sing Under the direction of Miss Emma Phillips and Miss Edra Staffieri the members of the French and Spanish clubs participated in the International Christmas carols program held in the Salem Evangelical church Dee. 3. Sponsored by the Christian Services Guild, the program was presented <by nineteen regional musk groups who rendered their various arrangements in native languages. The French Club, with Joella Mc-Carty as soloist, vocalized two selections that signify Christ's birth to the people of France. The Spanish Club, represented by Mary Claypotch, Marilyn George, and Rita Mikula, entertained the audience with several selections that are popular in Spain during the Yuletide Yuletide season. GUEST SINGERS 'The Penn State Community Chorus, directed by Miss Pearl Garbrick, were the guests of Freddie Houser on his weekly musical program last night over WAZL, aired from Gerietti's Tyrolean room. The chorus sang a series of world-known Christma...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

t PEACHY ; r By _Urtoline Imbriac With Lashes Long and thick, Flirted with every Tom and Dick. Soon— She settled down With Dick, And— Off came eyelashes Long and thick. Last year 2,600 persons were killed and 96,000 injured in United States traffic accidents as a result of driving on the wrong side of the ro&d. Drive right!

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

Chem Club Held Holiday Party The Chem club held its Christinas party at the Broad Street building Tuesday night.. Motion pictures on cellulose and magnesium were shown, after which the group adjourned and moved into a decorated laboratory for a buffet lunch. The food was prepared by Mary Ellen McHugh's mother and was served by Mary Ellen who was hostess for the evening. In addition to the members of the club, Miss .Mae Fauth, sponsor of the club, and James Steel attended. January 4 is scheduled for the next meeting in the Broad' Street building at 7:30 p.m.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

PROGRAM PICTURES The pictures to the right were taken at the Hotel Altamont by Collegian photographer, Walter Stone, when the program was presented. Scenery was provided in part by the art classes under the direction of Arthur Carpenter. For the story in detail, see the column to the left. Top: Annunciation scene; Joan Eidleman and Janet Szutowicz. Center: Glee Club. Center left: Mary and Joseph — Janet Szutowicz and Wilson Barto, ( Center right: Readers — Sara Gensel, Chad McCracken and June Reinmiller. Shepherds: Hank Zeigler, Dick Callello and Joan Eidleman. Bottom: Finale.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

SCENES OF CHRISTMAS PAGEANT

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

COLLEGE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURIES TO ANY STUDENTS DURING EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ;¦ •. _" .¦;.-./ • -¦?. . ¦' t _Pennsylvania State College will _£ot be responsible and cannot be _Jtiade., liable for injuries to students engaged in extra-curricular, activit;i:&s.;':This Was the opinion recently handed to' the center Student Coundil- from the' college's attorney, John Love. ' ¦ •!. ' . ¦ ' "" : ' >;'. When such' activities in which in? juries might occur have been ¦established 'by the Board of Trustees of the college and when the-injuries are caused by the-/"negligence of its _fge ' _ntSj servants ' and employees," Ejttvfe ; maintained, it seems clear that _fhfc1 '1 college cannot be,i_'.held liable. " j><"The authority and' power ;is vested in the Board of Trustees ¦ of i_'_resi : ¦ '.. ' .. j • " 'i1 the College to establish such instructions as it may see fit by the Act of 1855 supra, and such athletic _spores, intellectual contests, and...

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

AROUND THE COLLEGE CIRCUIT Along with the rest of the- nation, the students of Penn State's cehteii at- Swarthmore " are still' wondering what went wrong with + he'election pollsters.. * A student poll prior-to- the presidential election gave Pdesident Truman only 26.8% of the votes as compared to 53.9% for Thomas E. Dewey. . Top laugh on the Swarthmore Center campus, however, was at the expense of Mrs. Leo Bressler, of the history department, who a few days before the election, made: mention of DeWey to. one of her, classes and paused to ask, "Who/s that other- guy running?" Several days later same of the Democrats there replied, "The President of the United States." Students from Boston College, after undergoing a series of dances, rallies, and things prior, to. the Holy Cross game, .kept, asking why - they didn't rate an extra, holiday to ¦ '-rest up.,All colleges,; big and small;_,must have, the same problems ..since" those; early,_^classes. look beastly the next day to th...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

Sam Hall's Wish, To Be A Santa, Fulfilled This Year :>.Sammy. Hall always wanted to be a Santa Claus, and three weeks Ago his big chance came ¦When he landed a parttime job in the toy department of the Leader 'ai-rwsi ¦ A r* A virTftni-- "tlrrtlil/11 Sain Sail be doing in the Leader's toy department at his age? ;, Why, playing Santa Claus, 6f course"!, Possibly some of the students here hswe seen Hall gayly outfitted in his furrtrimmed red suit as he greeted all _ithe cheerful kiddies. " A'ceordiiig to the State Center Santa, the little girls outnumber the _bttys two to one as the lines pass him. And as his third week domes to aft end—with the* thought of having but one ' week of employment facing him—Sammy the Santa has only one _occupational complaint. His knees are beginning to show an outward _cijrvature from supporting all these _yoxtthful youths. 'Many college students want to be engineers, doctors, lawyers or teachers but Sam Hall always _wanted to be a Santa C...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

DECEMBER By URSOLINE IMBRIAC December ¦ . . , ¦ _ ' ¦ ' . • No green leaves; no flowers... " No radiator remains neglected . . . no fireplace is treated indifferently. No hearth is deserted completely as it has. been in the not too distant past. .. :. ':; No . nose is spared the. athletic privilege of being a runner ... ino one is spared the privilege of having as a tenant the cold germ ... No one has as yet added freedom from a cold to the original four freedoms. ' No lady will wander forth too long without her furs; no man will wander along =too long without his longjohns... No colorful blossoms but perhaps a snowflake or two to match the crystal stars ... No song from birds but a song from men . . . dreams of a white Christmas ... No sound; only profound silence of grass sleeping. . . of warmth dying . . . and of Summer's heart breaking .. _- . _-¦:¦ .. No subtleness in the tree- outside your window. .. this tree first wore soft green to woo Summer, and having lost, put o...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

Club X Cancelled During Holidays; Will Open Jan. 7 ..-• Club* . X, the twice-monthly club for regional people of ¦ post-high school" ages, will be closed during the holidays. This was announced this week by the officers. The club is open the first and third Fridays of each month in the.Hazleton yWCA building from 8 o'clock to 11 o'clock. Tonight is the Penn. State semirformal and the year's two biggest holidays come on the next tvyo Fridays, and for this reason it was decided to' close the club until the first _Friday in January. The regular routine of ping pong, darts, cards, and dancing . will be scheduled _^for the next meeting and plans are to be made in the near 'future for an indoor doggie roast and a night of square dancing in the YWCA gymnasium. • People of the required ages are invited, to take part in the activities of the organization and the only fee is a weekly dues' amount:-of *25 cents. Many-of the Penn-State in Hazleton students attend and-: some, of: them are ...

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

KEEP YOUR STORE ON THE MAIN DRAG " Prof. Ralph Kreclcer s Econ class was listening to him . expound on the theories of merchandising and of at_> tracting the people Into the store. " . Emphasizing.the, value, of prominent location to gain easy access for the consumer, , the professpr . remarked, "It wouldn't-pay--a person to place a store . back inf . the bushes somewhere . . . ,or up in the ;Heights." The moral -is: Keep - on • the _niain drag. ' '.. .- <;>; ¦ ' The minister called _atithe Jones''tome on Sunday afternoon, and little,Willie answered the door bell. :•: " ¦ '• ¦ ¦: ' ' ¦ -;¦ "Pa isn't home," he announced. "He went _ipver to*: the golf; club. ' "' The minister's brow darkened and Willie ' hastened to explain: ¦ ' . . ; . ; "Oh, he isn't-going to " play golf on .Sunday. He just went over for' a few highballs and a little stud poker/' He is . So 'Conceited that when ' he kisses a girl, he thinks he is next to the happiest person in the .world. ...

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

Important Dates Yet In Semester There 'are, five; more, important dates . remaining, in theffill _semester until the mid-semester • vacation rolls around in February. The first one is tomorrow when ,.the _, _school closes at noon for a " two--week vacation for Christmas..and New : Y'ear!s. •'• School .will, resume . .Monday/morning, January; 3, at eight o'clock. Here is a -complete list of.,remaining dates:. -.•.• ¦ ' .- ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ : . _,; ••¦ ' : ; December : 18> ¦; tomorrow," Christmas recess begins, 11:50 sum. f; ' : January . :.. '¦- ..-3, Monday, Christmas recess ends, ¦ 8 a.m. . -. - - ¦ _- . ¦ ¦ . .- ¦ -:¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ;• •.• ¦ :;¦ ;¦ . ¦ ¦ . > • 21, Friday,: First semester' classes end, 5 p.m. ' ' . 22, Saturday, "Exams _;begiri 8 a.m. 31, Monday,, . First , . semester ends, 5 p.m.; -' ; ' ¦ _' . ¦''¦ ¦ / _'

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

THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE i June _Reinmiller Neither Jack Benny nor Fred Al len can boast that they have only t< face their audience to get a laugh but "Squirrley" Nowak can! At th< pep rally prior to the PottsVill* game, Nowak, Varsity Manage* proved he can get a laugh _anytinw or any place without even trying. Physical exams are moving rigbi along. So far no reports of doctors hiking students and few students biting doctors have been heard. Thai patch test, incidentally, was not onlj for "flat tires." By the way of suggestion, isni any organization going to sponsoi an tee-skating party or sleigh-ridt during the hojidays? The,, art classes once again have aided in the production of a centei activity, the Christmas pageant bj the Dramatic and Glee clubs. Decorations in the library _wert soon followed by those in the main office and faculty offices to add muer to the holiday spirit. It' s not as _easj to forget Christmas shopping at _thii point as it is to do assignm...

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

MAKING A MERRY CHRISTMAS FOR SOME LESS FORTUNATE YOUNGSTER This last week of school before the Christmas vacation has found the students busy making plans to get the most out of the gay Yuletide season. For many this vacation will mean a return to homes which they might not have seen since school opened in September. Vacation calls for an emphasis on getting the most possible enjoyment out of being with old friends at a friendly time of the year. Unfortunately this outlook will not be _^present in the minds of many less fortunate. "This year will mean a "Christmas heaped high with sadness and disillusionment. These people won't be able to seek out good times, for in many cases they won't be able to leave the dreary _confines of some hospital where they are the victims of. dreaded Tuberculosis. Maybe Next Year The only holiday happiness that Christmas «an bring them is the possibility that maybe next Christmas will be a better and happier one. This is the season when the annual...

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

IT GETS COLD IN WINTER During the hot days of fall and spring, there is a certain amount of relief derived by a student who might go to the student room between classes or during the noon hour to study. At these times, the place has a refreshing coolness. But now, when the cold weather has arrived, this cool room gets colder and at the same time the student is looking for a place to keep warm. Hie students' who. live out of town would benefit most from a plan by which some warmth could be provided in the cellar or by which a warmed room might be utilized for lunch hours. This is something to occupy the minds of the student council or the activities board. Naturally, the students would have to co-operate to keep any new room clean, since classes would probably be in session in the room at 1 o'clock. Or if more heat were piped into the cellar, students would have to keep the cellar doors closed. The project demands co-operation from all sides but if this were forthcoming, this s...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

GIVE THE BULLETIN BOARD A CHANCE The bulletin board in this school is one of the most effective ways through which messages between faculty members and students, and from one /student to another can be conveyed. Rides home on week-ends, books to be returned to the library, notices of different extra-curricular meetings, and just personal notes between two students, all find their way to the bulletin boards of both buildings. But here, also, are found added remarks scratched all over the place by some playful student. Many of the remarks are humorous. But the fact remains that the student needing help or the faculty member who is trying to get something across to his class members soon stops using the board.

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

DELEGATES DISCUSSED WORLD CONDITIONS The results of the Middle Atlantic Conference, which was held recently by college international relations groups at the main campus, were shown in a group of resolutions adopted on world-wide problems concerning economics, politics and sociology. Attending from the Hazleton Center were Paul Pucillo_, chairman; Harry Klemic, Norman Richenbacker, Dean Underwood, Edward Seicchitano, and Adviser. Ralph Krecker. These students, members of the college International Relations Club, took an active part in resolution adoptions.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

THE COLLEGIAN'S FIRST PAGE PICTURE It takes a lot of _congeniality tc sprawl yourself over the front steps of a junior college just for the fun of it — and to satisfy the whims of some screwball student editors who want a Merry Christmas -picture at all costs. But that's what one of the guys from this college did last week end and the finished product is found on the front page of today's Collegian. The photograph reposes on the first page because Dick Bagby, the paper's sports editor from Kingston, reposed for a cold five minutes, draped in front of everybody m ~ Church street. What's in the bags, no one knows. But it is known what's in the prettily wrapped gift packages — nothing!

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

"/ SAY _trs A NEW RECORD. DAUGHgBiY. A HEW RECORDr

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

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