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

Paintings On Display At-Masonic Temple Arthur Carpenter has announced that the Art League is exhibiting the paintings of an internationally known Dutch painter, Rulof, now at the Masonic . Temple on Church and Green streets. The gallery is open every weekday from 7:30 until 9:30 and Saturdays and Sundays from 3 to 5 in the afternoon. The paintings will be exhibited until February 27. All students and particularly art students are urged not to miss this opportunity to see Rulof's paintings.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

THREE LITTLE WORDS According to a recent survey the sweetest trios of words in the English language are: I love you. Dinner is served. All is forgiven. Sleep till noon. Keep the change. Here's that fiver. And the saddest: Buy me one. Out of gas. Dues not paid. Funds not sufficient. External use only. Rest in peace. —High Points

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

There was a line, a mighty line Before the lunchroom door, And Willie, waiting for his lunch Was number Twenty-four. But number Three had twelve good friends, And number Eight, eleven, And Willie found to his surprise He now was Forty Seven. And tho the people far up front Were moving quite a lot The longer Willie stood in line The farther back he got. This struck the boy as mighty silly But lunchtime never came for Willie. Univ. of Louisville "Cardinal"

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

AN OPEN LETTER What is "School Spirit?;?' That is the question I'm asking the student body of our Halle ton Undergraduate Center. The cheerleading squad is only as good as the student body makes it. We tried to build up the school spirit ¦t his season. I think we did succeed a little bit. It was very gratifying to have a crowd respond so well and willingly. We have a championship basketball team this year and I'll bet 85% haven't even seen them play one game. Yes we do have a gang of school spirited fans but that isn't enough support. We need everyone to help the Hucsters carry our college to fame. Now let us introduce the members of the team who worked hard during the season to keep the good reputation of the Center. First of all we have "Pete" Garber who takes the major role both offensively and defensively; he is relieved by "Whitey" Gerhard. At the forward positions we have "Bill" Gardner and "Satch" Kostick who play bang-up games. These two boys are assisted by Brice ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 February 1949

COMMENTS ON DANCE Favorable comments were heard following the Valentine Dance which was held at Genetti's. The gay Valentines hanging from the ceiling evidenced the work done by the people on the Activities Board. They are also deserving of all the sincere remarks passed along later about the cozy and inviting atmosphere Genetti's affords.

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

The first year the Hazleton Undergraduate Center was established it had a library of three volumes.

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

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

Club Doings The Chemistry Club met on Tuesday evening at the Broad Street building. At this meeting Freshman Cissy McGee was elected vice-president. A committee, consisting of Bernard Carr, Myron _Scmrratzer, Mary Ellen M-cHugh and Don Kump, was selected to prepare a program for the spring semester. An interesting movie, "Frontiers of the Future," was shown and discussed. At the next meeting which will be held March 8 a systematic qualitative analysis is temporarily scheduled. The first meeting of the Spanish Club for the spring semester will be held on Wednesday, March 2, at the Walnut Street building at 7:30. Spanish movies will be selected for future meetings. Games, skits and refreshments will be available to all who attend. Two films, one on Poland and the other on India, were shown to a group of students at the Sandwich Cinema Hour on Wednesday. The S.C.H. is a bi-monthly presentation of your International Relations Club. The club discussed civil war in China at the last...

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

National Campus Beauty Search Seeks "Miss All-American College Freshman" As part of the world premiere program for its forthcoming technicolor comedy, " Mother is a Freshman," Twentieth Century-Fox is offering $100 in cash to the freshman gal whose beauty and talent qualify her for the title, "Miss Ail-American College Freshman." ,, The national search grew out of a poll taken by Twentieth Century-Fox some weeks ago when more than 200 college newspaper editors were asked to name the tw elve schools where the greatest concentration of feminine pulchritude could be found. The lucky winner will also have the opportunity to win the grand prize of a one-week trip to Hollywood during the summer vacation recess. , So wide and divergent were the opinions that it was decided to throw the contest open' to those schools which would be representative of each part of the country. Penn State has been selected as one of the competing colleges. Lew Stone, editor of the campus Collegian, has...

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

Teachers Upset In Charity Game In a game played for the benefit of the March of Dimes at the Weatherly High court Saturday night th _£ strong Center quintet climbed all over the Bloomsburg STC Jayvees and emerged with a 69-43 triumph. The contest, witnessed by more than 500 regional basketball followers, was the main feature of the double header. After taking the lead in the early stages of the encounter, the Center combination seemed invincible and shrugged off every attempt made by the teachers. "Pistol Pete" Garber continued to lead the attack of the blue and white by hitting the nets for twenty points. Ray Kostick, another Center dependable, employed his shooting accuracy and contributed sixteen points'to the total. Some expert ball-handling and defensive work was displayed by "Bill" Gardner. The capable set-shot artist of the teachers, Al Degates, connected for five goals from the foul line to prove himself the only threat for the opposition. In a previous encounter betwe...

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

BREAK STREAK WITH TWO LOSSES The Swarthmore Center Five, the first team to inflict a defeat upon the Hucsters, arrived in Hazleton Feb. 9 with the intention of making it two straight. But they were completely outplayed and outclassed as the Hucsters went on a scoring spree in the second half to rout the nearly. Philadelphians 97-52. Overconfidenee almost spelled defeat for the Rudmanites as they eased out a 77 to 69 victory over the Keystone Center on Feb. 11., on the Scranton court in an extra period. Peter Garber and Jack Sipple provided the needed punch that enabled the locals to turn back the home team for the second time this season. Altoona suppressed a late Hazletonian rally to nose out the Rudmanites 59 to 57 in the A.D. Thomas gym Feb. 15. On the short end of a 32 to 24 score at the halftime, the Hucsters led by Billy Gardner and Chicky Lamonica came fighting back to knot the score at 44 all and then go on to grasp a slight edge. However, Altoona, who needed to win to...

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

CLASSIFIED ADS LOST. Book which belongs to school library, "Saints and Sinners." Return to Ken Minchin. STUDENTS with sedans who wish to take riders to Pennsylvania Junior College Basketball Tournament in DuBois March 4 \ nominal fee, please see Syd Rudman. Students wishing rides to the tournament and who are willing to share expenses see Syd Rudman as soon as possible. ' WANTED. A loyal and enthusiastic student body to support our defending champions at the Basketball Tournament at DuBois March 4 and 5. She: "You deceived me before our marriage. You told me you were well off." He: "I was but I did not know it." —Froth Then there was the girl who soaked her strapless evening gown in coffee so it would stay up all night. —Froth

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

Pottsville Swamped The Center quintet unleashed another high-powered attack Wednesday night to overwhelm the Pottsville invaders with a score of 84-58. Peter Garber was high for the home club with seventeen markers. Kluba and Lasavage were high for Pottsville with fourteen and twelve points respectively. Ossie Prokppic's Jayvee squad atoned for their previous defeat by Pottsville by knocking off the Pottsville Jayvees in the preliminary game 45-23. York Tomorrow The Hucsters will bring down the curtain on another successful basketball season tomorrow night when they travel to York, Pa., to engage the second place York Junior College quintet in the last scheduled league game. This game, however, is the one termed by many as the one to see. The forces of Syd Rudman repelled the Yorkites 7 9to 71 in a previous entanglement at the local gymnasium_.

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

HUCsters Defend Title At Dubois On March 4 and 5 the Rudmanites journey to Dubois to participate in the PJCAA Tournament. The tournament last year, which was held in Hazleton, was won by the Center five. The newly elected co-captains, Pete Garber and Swish Talerovich, will lead the team in the defense of their title. The other participating teams will be: York Junior College, Altoona Center and the Dubois Center. The first scheduled games will find Hazleton matched against the third place team in the first game Friday night. In the second game the second arid fourth place teams will battle it out. On the following evening the winners of the previous games will vie for the championship.

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

SPORTSTUFF By DICK BAGBY Ray Kostick Ray Kostick, the ever-alert basketeer who supplies his followers with a thrill a minute, names Beaver Meadows as the one and only place for him. Ray iS six feet tall and sends the scale indicator spinning to the 180 mark. He was a member of the 1948 graduating class, Freeland' Penna., where he was active in basketball, baseball and football. Throughout the day it seems that everyone- somehow or other notices Ray with his crew haircut and attractive attire and seeks to congratulate him on his brilliant offensive play when he pulled ' down a grand total of 44 points in a tilt with the Hershey five.

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

under a democracy. Each and every American group may be considered an ambassador of our way of life. The club met on February 16 and on February 22 to decide plans for their first March meeting to be held on March 2 at the home of George Scheers in Hartland Park. Plans were also discussed for an outing with the campus German club some weekend early in May. The continuing officers of the Schnitzelbankverein for this semester are: President, George Scheers; Vice-president, Jean Lovrinic; Secretary, H. Zelkoski; Treasurer, Arthur Koch.

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

Education is a conquest, not a bequest; it cannot be given, it must be achieved. The value of an education lies not in its possession but in the trouble to secure it. —Hubbert

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

At a party there is always rum for one more. —Poe

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

LOCAL ANNOUNCER DON MURRAY INFORMS CENTER ABOUT WAIL It s quite unique after laying out for several months to be again back of the typewriter with a Fourteen Ninety column . . . But then Penn State has been very kind in permitting us to "blow our own horn" in the paper and so we've taken advantage of, the offer to tell you a few things about WAZL that you undoubtedly already know . . . "The region's key toNBC". . . "The voice of Pennsylvania's highest city" are two of the household expressions familiar to everyone in the region. In spite of Jack Benny's moving to another network, WAZL has replaced Benny's slot with the Horape Heidt show ... If you listen to Horace for Phillip Morris then you know that the replacement is worthwhile . . . America was built on its faith in its youth, and Horace is just carrying on the true American tradition by aiding the youth to get a chance on a coast to coast hookup of America's number one network . . . quent) have excellent production, fin...

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

COMMUNICATED NEWS DIRECT FROM PENH STATE CAMPUS Dan Wargo, Hazleton Center student last year and member of the Hazleton Little Theater group, has been cast in the part of a southern .preacher in "Down of the Moon," to be presented at State College soon. Dan had a leading role in "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" which played fifteen nights in Schwab hall. This was a record run for college talent plays at the campus. Hazleton Centerites who went to the campus this Febraary have .wasted no time in getting into activities. Jay Meikrantz is a member of Penn State's symphony orchestra and Sammy Hall has been accepted in the Chapel Choir. It didn't take Maurice Romanelli and Leo Ravi.na long to organize a Fingers competition in the true tradition of Tresckow. The boys from this area drummed up the project and more of Penn State's students—reported this session at over 9,500—are beginning to learn a new game. Girls planning, to advance to the main campus will be outfitted royally next yea...

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