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

BACK FIRE Josh loved his wife dearly but he didn't trust her a bit... not that she gave him any reason to doubt her, but that he couldn't find it within himself to trust anyone very easily. If any one of his boyfriends found a new girl he was the first to decide that she was not good enough for him ... and while in service if one of the boys didn't ,get mail from, home for two consecutive days Josh-would immediately tell him that maybe his wife was in love with the mailman or someone ... Josh was that kind of a sad apple. Before he went overseas he sold his car... His wife questioned this act, knowing that it would be very hard to get another ear for some time after the war To his wife's questioning, Josh replied in very unpleasant tones that no wife of his was going to do any running around with his car while he' was overseas. All during the war, night after night, he sat on his bunk and wrote to Mrs.. Josh ... The letters were lengthy and chock full of don't do this and don'...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949

TOSSES SALAD By SHELDON VILENSKY It has frequently been proved that those individuals who are considered "dull characters" are often very ambitious and constructive individuals. Sig Udstad is not a dull.character by any means, but his quietness betray's this freshman's rare ability to whip up (you'll never guess it) tossed salad! •_. A Berwick High grad, Sig claims that his true love lies in the field of art and absolutely nowhere else. He intends to make this his life work, and in doing so, disowns entirely any affiliation with the kitchen and its functions that he might have previously acquired. But unfortunately a culinary ability should not be rejected so readily It's a dismaying fact that more and more women marry today with no knowledge of cooking. ' With Norwegian ancestry to point to, Sig is wild about lobsters and oysters besides tossed salad. Where the next favorite enters is inexplicable, corn beef hash, but steak rates high with him just as with most other Toes. Si...

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

COLLEGE'S FIRST MILITARY BALL HELD LAST WEEK BY TRAINEES The first military ball at the Center was held on January 7 by the Reserve Officers Training Corps in the main ballroom of the Hotel Altamont with more than 100 guests attending. Music was furnished by Art Wendel's orchestra. Under the direction of Sgt. Joseph Flaherty, unit instructor, these ROTC trainees planned the affair: Hank Ziegler, A. John Aruffo, Herb Kump, Mike Sekerak, Howard Hall, Clifford McCarty, Jack Sipple, Aaron Lutz, John Wersinger and George Sarkis. According to Sgt. Flaherty and several members of the arrangements committee, plans are being made to make the staging of the ball an _annur al event and to place it on the social calendar of the school. With each member of the training unit wearing his military uniform the setting of the ball was rather colorful. There were a number of exGIs in attendance and they, too, wore their service uniforms. Pictures were taken at the dance by Collegian photograph...

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

Engineering Club Meets Mon. Nite The Engineering Club will meet on Monday night, 7:30 o'clock, in Room 1 at Broad street. Highlight of the evening will be an address on "Utilities" by Roland Edmunds of the Pennsylvania Power and Light Co. The club will have a discussion along the lines of the evening's subject and after the program refreshments will be served. Engineering students and interested faculty members and other students are invited. King Arthur: "I hear you have been misbehaving." Knight: "In what manor, sir?" Silence is a true friend who never betrays. —Confucious

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

HITCHING POST NEWS Bob Timlin, president of the dramatic club, reined up at the hitching post during the Christmas, holidays-, and three other students became engaged. Tony Stanziola, Robert Davis and Conrad Balliet are the three prospective grooms.

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 January 1949
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

three Vacancies Pemand _Electors PRESIDENT RESIGNS FRONJtCQlMlL Ex-president Bob Rmkus, who stated in September when he had been nominated on the Engineering ballot, "I don't want to be president," has resigned from the Council. A married veteran holding a parttime job outside of school, Bob knew he was neglecting his studies and in all fairness to the student body thought he should resign from the top post. Councilman Michael Zabitehuk also handed in his resignation at the special meeting February 14. John _ParvCnsky's transfer to Rider College left the Council with a third vacancy. At present the Council is functioning on an " emergency" basis with five representatives of the students. So far no clause has been found in the Constitution which _might eive the Council this nower. Election Required Article IV, Sec. 6. of the Constitution of the Student Government Association states: Any vacancy occurmg in the College Council, Activities Board or the Student-Faculty Board, s...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

CUT SYSTEM At a faculty meeting on Monday night Mr. Goss requested discussion and action on the problem of student attendance in class. The future policy concerning class attendance is set forth in the following rules authorized by Mr. Goss. These rules supplement those found in the "Regulations for Undergraduate Students" manual. Class Attendance 1. A student is allowed one cut per credit per semester with the stipulation that no cuts are allowed in laboratory periods. (A cut is defined as an _absence, excused or not.) Absence 2. A student who has overcut '"¦;- cause of illness must obtain writ'an permission from the nurse in order to reenter class. 3. In case the- excuse for the overcut is for any reason other than illness the student- must obtain written permission to reenter class .from Mr. Kostos. Make-up Work 4. A zero will be given to a student who cuts a bluebook without excuse. 5. Excused absence from a bluebook and the making up of any classwork for excused absence...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

Women Special Guests Of AAUW The regular February meeting ot the American Association of University Women was held in the Catholic Charities building on February 17th at 7:30. This meeting was set up to be Penn State night. The program was in charge of Miss Campbell and Miss Staffieri who were the co-captains. Invitations were mailed to all Center girls to attend this meeting which was to acquaint the girls with this organization in Hazleton and to inform them how they can benefit from the A.A.U.W. Several members of this organization spoke to the girls, on scholarships, loan funds and membership. A few remarks were rendered by -Miss Campbell. After greetings from the girls from the Center were extended by June Reinmiller, Millie Maczkov gave a brief history on the Center and its plans for the future. Entertainment was provided by Anne Mc-Hugh, a former Center student now attending Misericordia, who played the violin solos, Scheen Rosmarin_, and "Andante" . from the Mendelssho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

Naval Officer Explains Career A Naval Procurement Officer from the Philadelphia Naval Base was at the Hazleton Center on February 17 to inform all men interested in a naval aviation career, the requirements of enlistment, and the type of training they would receive. A. man has to be between the ages of 18 and 25 and be able to pass the mental and physical requirements. It is a new training program from start to finish in both methods and equipment and it is the result of a great deal of research and lessons learned in training fliers dirring World War II. The training includes the principles of flight theory, navigation, aerology and aviation commu>- nication as well as basic military and athletic programs. ' ¦ The new student pilot receives his first phase of fllight instruction.in the new safety devices. After twelve months at Pensacola_, 'Florida, he transfers to Corpus Christi, Texas, for four months of advanced training in operational type aircraft. The successful ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

CONVOCATION EXERCISE The Convocation exercises of the Penn State Center will take place June 1, 1949 at 8 a.m. at the Presbyterian church, Church and Broad streets. All sophomores are required to attend. Freshmen are urged to attend, as athletic, scholastic and extra-curricular awards will be presented. The committee has already taken action by mail to bring a speaker here. Last year's speaker was Dr. P. Harriman of Bucknell University. The speaker, who will be announced as soon as he has been selected, will highlight'the exercises. Each student will be alloted a ' certain number Ojf tickets fpr parents and friends whd wish to attend the ceremonies.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

CLUB X March 4 is the next Club X meeting. Besides the regular sessions of dancing there will be a "Virginia. Reel" as an added attraction_. Club X will be sponsoring a semifopmal dance in the near future. The club has access to a new jukebox in the auditorium. Both the auditorium and gym have a jukebox now. There is also a new pool table.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

RITA FRASK LEAVES Rita Frask, who has been a member of the office staff the past three years, left the Center to take, a new position. Students who often went to Rita for favors soon became aware of her absence.. .Best of luck to Miss Betty Spock, who has filled the vacancy. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

VETERANS NOTE! Walter Hagelgans Post of. the VFW is going to hold an important meeting Friday night, at the West Hazleton High Gym at eight p.m. All veterans are urged to attend as the meeting will be of vital importance to them.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

SUMMER SCHOOL Summer school will begin June 27 at Highacres. GUNPOWDER: — A black substance used in marking the boundary lines between Nations.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

RPAKS OF WOMEN Miss Margaret Wood has been selected to serve as Dean of women for the spring semester.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE Beverly Silverman Sports editor Stan Caughey and reporter John Maher of the Standard-Sentinel, local newspaper, enrolled at the Center in February. If you want to buy, sell or lend books, cars or whate'ver the case may be, let us know by putting an ad in the classified section of this paper. This is another accommodation to you free of charge. Deposit your ad in the Collegian office; someone is always there. On behalf of the student body the Collegian is extending congratulalations to Mr. and Mrs. Mattern on their recent marriage. Former Center student Frank Fatsie won a state-wide contest with a one-act play. His piece" was chosen from 3000 entered. The Nittany Lion, a storre monument on the campus sculpted by Warneke, once again has suffered at the hands of malicious vandals; they poured a can of red paint over his head and front paws. Here is the luck of the Irish: Cissy McGee lost her wallet at Thomas ' on the way to the Keystone game; however af...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

Offer Awards To Women, Writers Scholarships for Women One of the oldest liberal arts colleges for women i"n the country, Western College at Oxford, Ohio, is offering five $1,000 trustee scholarships. Each amount to $500 a year for two years and are available to students of, recognized junior colleges, who will be graduated in June, 1949, and wish to enter Western College in September. Awards will be made to the five highest ranking candidates as determined by scholastic achievement, character, health and general intellectual and social interests. For information write: Director of Admissions, Western College, Oxford, Ohio. National Five Arts Award The National Five Arts Award, Inc., has extended the closing date of its contests to July 31st, 1949, to give student-writers additional time to complete work-in-progress and to polish scripts recently completed. Sam Wanamaker said that the 140 fellowships at $500 each would be a great incentive to writers and particularly to stude...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

TAXATION BUT NO REPRESENTATION On the front page of the paper is a story that should interest ever} student at the Center who paid an activity fee, especially the sophomores. The activity fee which you pay is pooled -with every other student's to pay for the expenses of college activities. But just how much should be alloted to one particular social affair is another proposition. That is decided by members of the Council which you elected. However, due to three vacancies in the sophomore class wing, the sophomores have only one representative in their ranks. The Council has made it quite clear that no election will be conducted unless the students demand it! At the last meeting of Council a suggestion was made to cut all "unnecessary" expenses even more this semester than the past one. Is that O. K. with you, sophomores? Your representative expressed her opinion that not all of you think the same way. There is action in unity. Now is the time for you to speak up unless it make...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

SHOULD SEE ADVISER Many students who failed subjects might have prevented such misfortune if they had only seen their advisers. For the convenience of the students , advisers have been posted on the bulletin board but heedless students paid no attention. Advisers are appointed and are veiling to help the student with any „ problem he might have. If he is failing, the adviser tries to plan his work with him so that he can pull his grades up. At the four-weeks marking it would prove fruitful for many doubtful students to go in to their counselors and see how their grades stand.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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