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

Shortly after Easter the Jesters plan to put off Noel Coward's threeact comedy, "Hay Fever." However, there will be no tryouts until next semester. The books have been placed on reserve in the library for those members planning to participate. The Jesters have scheduled for February to take -part in the program to be presented on the 17th by the AAUW, Penn State Night. Also the Jesters will have charge of the mojithly radio show over WAZL. Several members are visiting the campus this Saturday to take in one or two plays, one of which Danny Wargo, former student, has a part. Arrangements were made by Hank Zeigler. HAS MUSICAL PROGRAM January 12 at 10:30 p. m, over WAZL, Serenade from the Pens of the Masters was again (presented by Miss Pearl Garbrick with interpretive notes. Jesters To Cast Three Act Play

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

BLUEPRINT FOR BRAINS Don't envy a brain! You too can become a brain by devoting only fifteen minutes each day for seven years to our intelligence formula. No books, study hours or exams. Give our system a three-year trial. Four out of every three doctors who are today eminent psychotics say they prefer our easy Sur-Thing plan to any other. One of the secrets of our course is diet. We first recommend one dozen Dr. I. Q. candy bars before breakfast. Majors in literature should live on a diet of 0'Henry bars, and those majoring in law, Harvard beets. After eating these it is advisable to wash them down with Penn State beverages or anything recommended by men of distinction. French majors might find it valuable to try Franco-American spaghetti. Another one * otf our plans for the development of gray matter is proper sleeping habits. Always take a pencil and paper to bed with you in the event that you dream of something important. After you ¦ have said your prayers_, repeat the Con...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

I THOUGHTS JN THE BREEZE * Beverly Silverman * ¦ Farewell to all our friends, old'and new, who are going to the campus. Hope you do not lose contact with the Center. All non-personal letters received by this office will be published. So drop us a line. R. O. T. C.'s first affair, semi-formal on January 7th, proved to be a great success. Although the Army uniforms were predominant the Navy was represented by Art Edstrom. News of the engagement of Mike De Matt, former Center student, was recently learned. Morris Deitch, another form e'r Center student, who is now at the Campus, has a part in the Dramatic Club's production, "All My ' . . . _^_T _TT Sons. " Moms Deitch Bet you never knew an authority on how to make a home bar and club room is at the Center. For original ideas see Eddie Kuntz. Polish and sharpen your skates for an all-out College ice-skating party which will be held' on the 28th. Now we shall see who can cut fancy figures in the ice. Where is the Center spirit ...

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

Asked To Return Library Books All college library books in use by Hazleton Center students are to be returned to the library no later than January 21. This was announced this week by Mrs. Harvey Harrison, librarian. No books will be allowed to leave the library after that date so that the books can be readied tfor spring classes. A list of new books soon to be made available was released this week: Yahraes, Epilepsy; Kaempffert, Should the Government Support Science ?; Stewart, Industrial Price Policies; Spingaon, Radio Is Yours; Stuart, Wings Over America; Hamilton, What It Takes To Make a Good College; Johnson, Veterans' Guide; Foster, ,Gyps and Swindles. Stewart, We Can Have Better Schools; Cushman, Keep Our Press Free; Duwall, War And Human Nature; Yahraes, Alcoholism Is A Sickness; Broughton, For A Stronger Congress; Duwall, Building Your Marriage; Stewart, Income And' Economic Progress; Gruenberg, How Can We Teach Sex? Thornman, Toward Mental Health; Leyburn, World Min...

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

4— : , PEACHY 4. : _+ By Ursoline Imbriac Gossip, ' Gossip... Oh goodness, spare us... Peachy - - Heard I was In bed With Laryngitis . . . BORROWER'S OATH I think that I shall never see The dollar that I loaned to thee. A dollar that I could have spent, For varied forms of merriment_. The one I loaned to you so gladly The same which I now need so badly. For whose return I had great hope. Just like an optimistic dope; For dollars loaned to fools like thee, Are nor returned to fools like me. In 1947, ' 630 persons were killed and 21,000 injured on bicycles in the United States. On a bike play it safe!

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

NEW COUNCIL SPONSOR Miis Margaret Campbell should receive recognition at this time for the splendid work she performed as sponsor of the Student Council. Last year Miss Campbell besides teaching had charge of the Library and Council. This year she is sponsor of the dramatic club and up until last week the Council. Miss Campbell is frequently called upon in faculty functions and current college activities and does a fine job no matter how many other things demand her attention. She was one of the most able persons to keep order and things moving along while she served on the Council. Syd Rudman, coach of the basketball team, is the new sponsor.

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

Probation Students (Continued from page 1) by the college for the subsequent semester. Rule 61. If courses failed have been repeated, the final grade shall be substituted for the first. No failing grades shall be deleted from the stu 1 - dent's transcript. Rule 62. A petition for transfer from one school to another by a student who has been placed on probation by the college for unsatisfactory scholarship shall be acted upon by the Committee On Academic Standards upon recommendation of the dean of the school to which the student petitions to transfer. Crossing between intersections killed 3,200 and injured 51,000 pedestrians in this _country in 1947. Do not jaywalk!

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

MONEY TROUBLES When the committee of the military-ball saw that they did not have enough money to pay all their bills, they took the matter to Council. The Council was reluctant to appropriate the sum of money because it contended the military ball was in no way considered an activity of the school. In the first place the committee had not " gone to the Activities Board before they planned the affair. However, the one alternative for Council way to pay the necessary sum. The committee was admonished. John Wersinger pointed out that the Council had refused to appropriate any money to more worthy causes. Students planning activities should go through the proper channels!

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

BARTO TRANSFERS Wilson "Wickie" Barto, editor of the Collegian the past semester, is transferring to the campus in February. A journalist major, Barto was photographer and reporter on the paper since last fall, 1948. Barto was editor of two other newspapers before the Collegian: the Weatherly high school "Nugget" and his regiment's newspaper, "The Two-Niner," in Frankfurt, Germany. He also has had experience reporting on two local newspapers. He was an active member of the German club and served as an editor of the Center Punch.

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

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

hazleton PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON CENTER Editor ' . - • Wilson Bart0 Sports Editor - Dick Bagby Photographer Walter Stone BROAD STREET BUREAU Joe Olivia ' Gene Kostick STAFF WRITERS June Reinmiller_, Beverly Silverman, Sheldon Vilensky, Mary Lou Pollock Bill Baran, George Sarkis, Ernest Denke, Bob Sacco_, Sam Cerminaro, Ursoline Imbriac, Stan Pasda _wSm collegian ' ,

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

Sportswriters1 Dream Team Lamonica Fast And Ball Handy Chicky Lamonica Hazleton can well be proud of James ¦Lamonica , better known as "Chicky." Already he has numerous supporters who believe that he has the makings to be one of the best in the basketball kingdom. Fast on his feet, handy with the ball, he holds down the forward position for Syd Rudman's high-flying cagemen. In 1946 Chicky graduated from Hazleton High School where he played varsity ball for three years. Korea is the Heavenly place, as he calls it, Where he spent the next 14 long months. Although an infantryman at heart, he favored to get the greater amount of his education in Hazleton. No army "education, experience and 'epp, two, three, four" for him. He's • taking Liberal Arts but is as yet undecided about his career. Good food is the demand of this Hazletonian. Chicky also confesses weakness for dancing and "the hometype girl." Writers of Sport Magazine have combined their talents to predict an all-Ameri...

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

BUSY WEEK-END AT HOME FOR UNDEFEATED HAZLETON CAGE TEAM . / By 5AM CERMINARO A busy home week-end starts foi the Hazleton Center ibasketball team tonight when they meet the Hershey Junior College. The starting whistle is set for 8:15 o'clock. Tomorrow night the locals return to the A. D. Thomas gym to -meet Johnny Franklin's Keystone Junior College quintet. THE STANDINGS Team W. L. Hazleton Center • _ 6 0 York Jr. College——— 6 2 Altoona _—— _^ :¦ 3 1 Pottsville —--— ' __._ 3 2 Johnstown . (Pitt) — 1 1 Keystone 0 1 Mont Alto ___ 0 1 Harrisburg ¦__ 0 2 Swarthmore 0 3 Hershey ---,. —_____ — 0 2 DuBois — 0 4 Centering the team around Capt. Roy Reynolds are holdover Zeke Preba along with Ted Okulski, Joe Kochan, Bob Donovan, Dick Hatsko and Lionel Stahton, the Franklinites will not go under without a game fight. The Center's cagers once again take to the road Wednesday night and this time it's Swarthmore. A limited amount of seats are available and tickets are $1.50. Therefore it w...

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

SPORTSTUFF By PICK _BAGBY Jack Sipple, flashy guard for the Center team, badly sprained his ankle in the game against DuBois last Saturday night. Jack is now on crutches and is expected to be out of action for quite some time. However, Coach Rudman has hopes that Sipple will be able to play in the P.J.C. tournament scheduled for March 4 and 5. With Jack Sipple out of action it will fall to Chickie Lamonka to take .over- the vacant guard slot. Chickie has seen a lot of action in past games and has proven himself a more than able replacement. Three of the Center's J.V. standouts have 'been elevated to the varsity squad. Mauro Fluri, Jack Hine and Nick Ledger have been added to the varsity team because of their outstanding performance on the J.V. squad. The Hazleton J.V.s rolled up an easy win over the Allentown Center's aggregation in a preliminary game last Saturday night. Although the game was a little rough in spots the Hazleton boys look as if they have improved greatly sinc...

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

York's Flag Hopes Lower With Loss Coach Syd Rudman's -basketeers exhibited some fancy shooting and a steady defense in gaining their sixth conference win and 21st successive victory Wednesday night by bowling over Bob Hulton's York . Dutchmen79 r&. _i/_utcnmen, 7»- Bob Hulton 71, on the A. D. Thomas court. The defeat put a block to York's hopes for * a flag as they now have a 6-2 record as compared to the 6_^0 record of the Hucsters. Enjoying a 44-34 lead at half time, the Rudmanites went on a scoring spree with Ray Kostic highlighting the fancy sinking of baskets at will. Before the night -was over' , Ray accredited himself with 22 points. Garber and Lamonica each garnered 14 points. After turning the game into a rout, 74-49, Coach Rudman substituted a new team, and the game York team quickly put themselves into the tilt by scoring 25 points in the last quarter. However, this was not good enough to overcome the tremendous Hazletonian lead.

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

FIREBALLS PULL WARRIORS FROM INTRA-MURAL LOOP FIRST PLACE The surprising "Fireballs" staged the biggest upset of the current intramural basketball season by conquering the previously undefeated Heights A.C. By virtue of their loss the Heights quintet lost possession of the league leadership. The "Warriors," undefeated in three contests, moved up a notch in the league ,and assumed sole possession of first place. The defeat 'of the powerful Heights A.C. has balanced the standings and has given the weaker teams an opportunity to reinforce their attacks and move into the upper bracket of the league standings. Syd Rudman -held a meeting in Room W-16 this noon. Corrupted freemen are the w6rst of slaves. —Garrick

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

JR. COLLEGE TOURNEY SHIFTED TO DUBOIS The Pennsylvania Junior College Tournament, to be staged March 4 and 5, has been shifted from Altoona to DuBois. Since the tournament is to be held at DuBois, ' the DuBois quintet is automatically included in the competition. The top tnree teams of the league will round off the best of the competition. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Engineers—40 Cobras—26 Warriors—50 Heights—25 Wonder is, involuntary praise _> . —Young

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

PLEASE — DO NOT SMOKE Faculty Members and Administration Heads ask that students refrain from smoking in the classrooms and first floor hall. Smoking is permitted in the basement. r —

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

39 Members ROTC Advances Advancements in rank came to 39 memlbers of . the Hazleton Center's R. O. T. C. program December 29. The new ranks range from captain to corporal and are effective only as long as the cadet is serving in this school' s training unit_. Those with new ranks in the commissioned officer section of the unit are: Captain, Clifford McCarty. First Lieutenant, Howard Hall, Myron Schmuteer, s Norman Richenbacher, and George Miller. Highest in the enlisted1 men's ranks is Anthony Dombroski who was advanced to master sergeant. Sergeants First Class, Henry Ziegler,- Jr., A. John Aruffo, Bernard Carr, and George Sarkis. "Buck" Sergeants, Leo Shulman, Malcolm Allen, Herb Kump, John McGee, Donald Seidel. Gilbert Butterwick, Bob Makofski, Albert Rosen, Joseph Reynolds, George Sotack, Charles Wagner, Bruno Najaka, John Delia Croee, Nick Pejakovich, Ted Geary, and Joe Olivia. Corporal, Donald Kump, John Hine, Andrew Bolish, Leroy Guccini, Aaron Lintz, Michael Sekerak, Al...

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

Get In Step With March Of Dimes Have you seen a poster recently showing a little girl who is bravely attempting to leave the confines of her wheel chair and walk again with other happier girls and boys who haven't been so unfortunate as to be stricken by polio? She is a common sight this time of the year, standing there, looking down at you from merchandise counters all over the country. Notice the container fitted into this display. It is that transparent can, with your whole-hearted _support that that will help that little girl to walk, run and laugh again. . On passing wo«n't you drop in a dime or so? It will make you feel good, not to mention the amount of good it will do in supporting a very worthy cause. While you're at it tell your friends to join you; it's possible that one of their friends or yours will be struck down before they get another chance to do so. It is unnecessary to restate in detail the work undertaken and accomplished by the Infantile Paralysis Foundati...

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