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

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 June _Rainmifler, Beverly Silverman, Sheldon Vilensky, Dolores Kobrick, Jean Lovrinic, Mary Lou Pollock, Victor Marchetti_, Bill Baran_, George Sarkis, Ernest Denke, Bob Sacco, Sam Cerminaro _^pCOLLEGIAN

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 December 1948

Team Asks Santa For Dates, Zips, Heights Subway Have you honestly done justice t< the current $64 question: "What do ] want for Christmas ?" If you 'havent try it. It's fun. To prove my state ment, here are a few thoughts taker from the inner minds of our Ihigl flying basketball team. Jack Sipple—"A bottle of Tigress.* I wonder _Vhy? Bill Gardner—"A subway from the school to the . Heights.' What's this? Chick Lamonica—"A girl that will keep her mouth shut. " Keep trying, Chick. . Pete (Slingshot) Garber ¦— "Lana Turner and Grace Hepp." Sounds real good. ! Paul Phillips—"A softer seat for drawing. " How would Jane Russel's lap suit you??? Steve (Jasper) Kowalick—"A motor scooter, so that I don't have to ride with sid." Amen! Robert Geuhard—-"A datewith Maggie. " I wonder who he is thinking of! Adam Petcavage—"' A slim brunette and a zip in drawing." Let's not get piggish. Ray Kostic—"A three in German and a _lollypop." Sucker! Swish Talerovich—???? „ Robert Mekofski—"60 ...

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

SPORTSTUFF By DICK BAGBY Hazleton Center's cagers ran' theii winning streak to eighteen consecutive games and four straight for th< season, by steamrolling over the highly vaunted quintet of DuBois last Saturday night at DuBois. The local boys have been playing red hot ball, and seem to be on the way to another _verjr successful season. The Center's J.V.s have also turned in a couple of top-notch performances this season. The J.V.s lost a heartbreaker to the Pottsville aggregation 38-36 in the season's opener at Pottsville; however, they bounced back into the win column by knocking off the hard-fighting basketeers from M.M.I. in an exhibition game. The Junior Varsity, under the capable supervision of Coach Ossie Prokopic, have been improving steadily, and should prove a formidable foe to their adversaries in the future. Although the whole team has contributed their share of points in the Center's victories, it is Pete Garber, rangy center for the Rudmanites, who is lead...

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

PISTOL PETE GARBER BASKETBALL BIG MAN Book Store News Pete Garber (Explosive on any court is Pete Garber. His untiring stay on defense as well as offense has put him ihigh on the pedestal of the Penn State, future champs. A veteran of last year 's five, he puts that gleam that is always _iso noticeable in coach Syd Rudman's eye. Pete stands up to 6 foot 3 inches against the tape line and tips the iscale at 195. He hails from Weatherly where he completed his high school days in 1945. As a student he was .active in baseball and soccer as well as basketball. Upon graduation Pete served in the ground forces for Uncle Sam, after which he began his college career in Hazleton, majoring in physical education. The center book store is open only three days a week now. The new time schedule sets up the hours from 1:30 to 4:30, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons only. The book store will close today for the Christmas holidays and will reopen January 3. The members of the book ...

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

Rudmanites Set Back Four More College Teams The charges of Syd Rudman beat the Pottsville Center at Pottsville Saturday, December 8, to the tune of 68 to 59. Jumping off to an early lead, the Pottsville five maintained it until the second period when Roy Kostic sparked the attack that put the Hucsters out front to stay. The team traveled to Hershey Wednesday; December 8, to engage the Hersheyites in a well-played game . . Rolling up-a 20 to 16 lead in the first period, the Hucsters were never headed and came out on top by a score of 70 to 58..The team played exceptionally well with Gardner garnering 18 points, Ray Kostick 14 and Pete Garber 12. The Altoona Center became the next victim of fine all-around playing by the _Rudmariitfes as they found themselves, on the short end of a 67 to 52 tilt. ' The 'Hucsters had it on that night with' everyone sinking baskets almost at will. Sipple and Gardner both captured 14 .points with Kostick, _Talerdvich and Garber close behind. Saturd...

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

HEIGHTS A. C. LEADING INTRAMURALS; WON FOUR GAMES As basketball intramurals wind up the fourth week of competition, the undefeated Heights A. C. five reign supreme with a _perfect 4-0 record. Also among the ranks of. the undefeated are the Warriors, a determined quintet who lay >claim to a 3-0 tally. Many of the other teams in the circuit are, only on the heels of the leaders. As the schedule moves into its determining stages, there should be many hard-fought engagements. There will be a league meeting January 4 at the usual time and place. The standings: Team W. L. Heights A.C. — 4 0 Warriors — —: 3 0 Midgets 3 1 Umbrella Shop 2 1 Engineers — . 2 2 Fireballs 2 2 Pros — ¦' —— 1 2 Defenders 1 3 Cobras 0 3 Masters 0 4

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

There is never a dull moment for ¦the members of the basketball squad, when- student manager, first class, E. Squirreley iNowak is present, contributing his talents and time to ¦carry the proverbial water bucket on and off the basketball court. Employing his amusing antics in the most serious situations Squirreley adds most of the spark and atmosphere that makes basketball at the Center so pleasant. During the course of a basketball game, Squirreley imakes his headquarters directly in the center of the bench, from where he assumes his roles as heckler , motivator, grandstand iref eree and even peanut vendor_. Active as student manager for the past two seasons, which have proven highly successful for the Center, Squirreley has risen to claim the title of "head manager. " Yes, Columbia may have Eisenhower, Penn may have Stassen, but Hazleton Center can raise its head above all others, it has Squirreley! Prof: "A fool can ask more questions than a wise man can answer." Student: "No...

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

Hucsiers Meet 2 Tough Teams After Vacation The Center ' s cagers had 'better gel a good rest over the Christmas holidays, for they meet a couple of tough foes right after the vacation. On Saturday, January 8, -the Rudmanites play .a return contest with the DuBois Center, at the A. D. Thomas gymnasium, Sixth and Grant streets, Hazleton. I This will be the first home game for the local quintet, and it should prove interesting, as the boys from DuBois are out to avenge their defeat of the first encounter. On the following Wednesday, January 12, they meet the foasfcetteers from the York Jr. College. This game will also be played at the A.., D. Thomas ( gym. York has a strong team every year, and this year is no exception. It has ibeen rumored that the York team is the one to beat for the title *Ms season. If this is truer _<ve can look forward to a thrill packed grame when these two clubs meet.

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

Heckler, Motivator, Grandstand Ref

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

MARRIED STUDENTS (Continued from page 1) ready to give advice and students who are too ready not to accept the given advice. (Nevertheless, the college marriage is working out well enough so that some educators are in favor of seeing it continue. Most of the married couples at the campus live in trailer camps, barracks ¦ or 'small apartments characteristic of college ihousing _^throughout the country today. Say "Yes." One of the questions on questionnaires submitted to married couples was, "Knowing, what you know now, would you marry before finishing college if you were unmarried?" Three-fourths of them said "yes." The other quarter said "no," or expressed doubts. One of the main treasons against it on the men's part was financial. _; Two-thirds said they would advise friends to marry while in college. Most of the college wives have few complaints, even though their barracks or trailer homes are small; lack of running water or other comforts are missing. Married students are b...

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

"OHRISTMAS MALE" DEKE SANTIE: I am gode. How are you? . I am written to you Ibecuz I wanna tell ya whut a gode boy I am an I ¦wanna tell ya about whut I want fer Crismus. When I get big I wanna be a dockter. That's when I get big like my father, ony I don't wanna be fat like hime. (Xcuz me, I forgot that you are fat to.) Sos will ya please bring me, besides all the other toys I askt fer betfore, a book on "what comes finst, the Chiggen or the egg," and also I want one of them there blood4eter-outers that I see the dockters use in the _unovys. Fer my teachers. Pleesi bring Mr. Mattern another book on figgerin'. Be is my one pluz one equals two teecher. Fer Mr. Steele, plees bring him lots of Kooban cigars. He likes 'em. He eats them for breakfas insted of Corn Flakes. And fer Mr. Carpenter, plees bring him lots and lots of black paper. He is going to start work ion a new paintin' . . . he's goih' to paint a nigger on a coal bank eaten' a stick of licorice. (Per my friends, I wa...

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

NEW HAZLETON CENTER BECAME A REALITY AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS (Continued from page one) greenhouses. The plan which was completed yesterday marks the en<] of a program which was _contemplated 14 years ago. The buildings were built in 1924 bj Alvan Markle, Sr., father of the present owner and are situated on a hard surfaced road. It ' is expected that increased bus transportation will serve the students. Local civic leaders in all fields hail the transaction as a far-reaching forward step in the program to bring the best educational opportunities to the people of the Greater Hazleton area. Increased action became evident in the project to obtain a permanent ¦center in 1946 when rumor had it that a building was to be outfitted in West Hazleton along the road to Berwick. However, _durjng the past summer, a large site in Hazle Park was proposed as a possibility and Penn State officials had made a survey of the land and the probabilities of converting buildings already there int...

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

' MILITARY BALL LAMENTATIONS IN THE LAB (Continued from page 1) committee to make an estimate of the crowd expected in order to complete plans sooner. ' Bad weather during the past four weeks prohibited members of the ROTC unit from wearing their recently issued reserve uniforms. This ball is expected to be a very colorful affair with the array of military uniforms. I have a chemistry professor, I shall not pass. He maketh me to show ignorance Before the whole class. He giveth me more than I can learn; He lowereth my grades. Yea, though I walk Through the Valley of Knowledge, I shall not learn. He anointeth my head with problems; My eyes runneth over. Surely atoms and molecules Shall follow me all the days of my life _. And I shall dwell In the Chem lab forever and ever. So be it. Gripe Box Where are some paper towels for the girls' room?

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

OLD MAIN? As the result of transactions yesterday, the picturesque "Highacres" estate of Eckley B. Markle will soon become the home of Penn State in Hazleton. The Collegian is indebted to Sid Benjamin, sports editor, and J. W. Kraft, city editor, of the Plain Speaker and Standard Sentinel for this photo. ' ¦ ' - ' ' ' ¦ ¦ ' ' - ' _j __ ' _, :

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

German Party At Our House The German club held its Christmas party Wednesday at Our House Restaurant and it was attended by 25 members and guests. Chairman of the affair, at which dancing was enjoyed, was Jean Lovrinic. German club members who have not participated in the German table held the past two Mondays at noon, are urged to do so in the future. The discussions, ( which are held at Our House Restaurant art both entertaining and beneficial.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

Registration At Walnut Street UNDERTONES IN HALLS COUNCIL CHANGE; Registration for the spring semester will not be held in the Broad Street building but in the Walnut Street building from* January 31 through February {j, All students, including veterans, will be required to pay an S. G. A. fee (activities fee). : Tuition and health fees are to be paid at the administration office on February 7, 8 and .9. New courses next semester are: Philosophy 1 and Psychology 15. Registration Schedule January 31 8:30 a. m.—A - B 10:30a.m.—C 1:30 p. m.—D - E 3:30 p. m/—F - G February 1 . 8:30a. m.—H - I - J 10:30a.m.—K 1:30 p. mx—L - Me 3:30 p.m.—M February 2 ' 8:30a.m.—N - Q .- P 10:00 a. m.—Q - R 1:00 a. m.—S 3:30 a.m.—T February 3 8:30 a. m.—U - V - W 10:30 a. m.—X - Y - Z Students who attended classes in the basement are often disturbed and distracted by the amount of noise in the halls and on the stairs. Some students are so boisterous that their entire conversations can be heard ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

COLLEGE ATMOSPHERE, COMFORT, LARGER STAFF AT NEW CENTER The much talked about "college atmosphere" is becoming a reality. With the purchase of the Markle Estate for the new center there will be plenty of "college atmosphere." It is the goal of the staff of Penn State College is to make the center as much like college life on a campus ,as possible. . ' The "Big House" will be the center of activity at the "Highaeres" estate. The living room is being converted into a combination library and lounge equipped with lounge chairs and floor lamps ior as much comfort as possible. The present library of the Markles will remain as such joining the living room and the (porch. The porch will be closed in and big picture windows will be installed giving excellent views of the valley. There will be a cafeteria and lounge in the basement. Class rooms will ocsuipy the second and third floors. The green house will serve as chemistry and botany and zoology labs. Larger Staff Plans are not comp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

DEAN OF ADMISSIONS GIVES DATES IMPORTANT TO CAMPUS STUDENTS 68 TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR TRANSFER 68 students are leaving the Center this February to transfer to the campus or other colleges to continue their studies. -William S. Hoffman, Dean of Admissions, announced that registration days for transfering students will be February 3, 4 and 5. It will be to their advantage to arrive on the campus not later than the morning of February 3. This is because _schedules will be made up after many sections have already been filled and it may take some time to arrange schedules. Official ticket of entry will be their $25 receipt indicating payment of the transfer. A limited number of freshmen are being admitted for the spring semester at the Center. With the _exception of a few students who found it necessary to discontinue attending classes until February there are now fourteen who have been admitted or who have applications under consideration. Surveys reported by the main campus show th...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

Evening Classes Start February 7 REGISTRATION AND EXAM SCHEDULE HERE Eivening classes will start at the Hazleton Center February 7. The spare-time _iprogram is being directed this semester by H. Leland Whitfield_, center staff member and district director of the college's extension organization. Registration will be conducted at Walnut street January 31 and February 1 and 2 between the hours of 7 and 9 p. m. Whitfield added that further information can be obtained by contacting the center. Courses to be offered include business administration, secretarial, engineering, and science. Other courses will be offered if there is sufficient demand for them. These subjects have been approved by the Veterans Administration, and ex-GIs can attend under the GI Bill of Rights. _Important dates concerning the final scholastic activities for this semester were announced early this week by the administration office: . Friday, January 21—First semester classes ,end at 5 p. m. Saturday, Ja...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

Kosfos Explains Probation Status Students who fail in more than 35 percent and less than 50 percent of scheduled credits at the end of the semester are placed on probation by the college for the subsequent semester. The registrar shall notify any such person_, and such action shall be entered upon the official record of the student. Notification shall also be given to the parents of the student. The above regulation, is one of a group on delinquent scholarship found in the handbook which .was given to incoming freshmen last fall. Frank Kostos, assistant administrative head, urges all students to be familiar with this section concerning grades. A few of the most important ar: tides which some students with low grades in particular should know before it is too late to do _anything about it are listed on pages 23 and 24 of the handbook. Rule 50. A student whose scholastic average at the (end of any semester except the first semester of the freshman year, falls to or below .5 shal...

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