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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

Club Doings At the meeting of the International Relations club Mr. Eugene Mc-Bride, the club vice-president, led a discussion concerning China. He rendered a short talk on the conflict between the Nationalists and the Communists. A lively discussion took place following the address. Announcement was received from Wilkes College in Wilkes-Barre setting the date of the First Annual State Conference of International Relations Clubs, which will take place on April 22, 23 and 24 at that college. The topic of the meet will be "What can IRC clubs do to help dramatize the United Nations Education, Scientific, Cultural Organization Aims and Principles and Projects in your community?" Take notice, club members, that the weekly meeting date of the IRC has been changed to Thursday at noon in W-17. However, the Sandwich Cinema Hour remains every other Wednesday at noon. The first meeting of the mathematics club was held Tuesday night, March 1, at seven p.m. The following officers were _e...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

Fiddle Squeak Greetings, hepcats! Here is a new column which will bring you the latest in music here at the Center as well as the best selling records and sheet music uptown. As you may have heard by now, Miss Pearl Garbrick along with two representatives from the Center are attending the National Music Education conference in Baltimore, Md. We hope to have the highlights of this conference in the next Collegian. Prof. Fishburn, president of the association, has scheduled 119 events for the four-day period so that there will be something _v pf interest to everyone in the music teaching field. The convention will have general sessions and sectional meetings devoted to various levels and fields in music teaching. Concert groups from public schools and colleges from all over the East are attending. Did you know that the "Genetti Hour " with Fred Houser at the Hammond has left the air for a short while? When N.B.C. schedules are adjusted you may again hear this popular organ wiz...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

library (Corner In these days of _psychoanalysis everyone is entitled to at least one complex. If you wake up in the morning greeting 'grandma with/an axe. instead of the usual kiss, we propose you take complete inventory of your personality by reading "A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis" by Sigmund Freud. In it he has given a new conception of infancy, adolescence and character and has provided a better understanding of the unconscious and phenomena of sleep, dreams and reveries. Another of equal enlightment is "Brain and Intelligence" by Ward C. Halstead who sets forth a new theory concerning the brain and adaptive intelligence. If this supplementary reading hasn't improved your lot we suggest you head for Danville or some similar institution of learning. Yet perhaps your brains have suddenly . become petrified. In this case you are a student of geology. Therefore we solve your problem by recommending Hind's Geomorphology. This book contains abundant illustrations su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

Front And Center Up front with Hank Zeigler and the latest Center chatter. Rumors are flying at the Center about this one and that one.The old gossip is really buzzin'! A few of the students in the social light are: Janet and Joyce who had a hard time getting to the Tournament at Dubois. Just why did they want to go in the first place? : Ed Erotus, an _acti at sociology, startled everyone _including Dr. Ramsay when he recited in class the other day. But then w _^ ho wouldn't recite when the subjeetfwas Lana Turner ? Ed's comment was rather favorable. . ¦ i A new club has been formed at the Broad Street _buildijig called the "Mummy club." It waj! inspired by a magazine cartoon. Rumor has it that Mr. James Steele is the acting adviser. Since A. John learned to play pinochle at the beginning of the semester, he has been going at it hot and heavy. He is willing to teach anyone his newly found recreation. Mr. Aruffo can be found in the lounge six hours a day. Four cars traveled c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

MARY LOU POLLOCK (Continued from page 1) colleges throughout the country, will enjoy a one-week vacation during the summer in Hollywood with all expenses paid by Twentieth Century-Fox who is sponsoring the contest as a part of its premiere program for the movie, "Mother Is A Freshman." Miss Pollock is a member of the German and Chemistry clubs and plays the piano. She is a native of Hazleton and was a Master Thespian at the Hazleton Senior High School. Campus Campaign A week ago several Hazletonians began spreading the good word among themselves to "vote for Mary Lou." It took about 24 hours for the fire to spread and Saturday morning pictures of. Hazleton_'s entry appeared on every post in the large mess hal l serving Nittany Dorms and Pollock Circle. Friday night a Hazleton boy who attended the Bible Fellowship meeting claimed he had "50 votes lined up." During the weekend Hazleton students were swinging the dorms in line for a last ditch' stand for Mary Lou. The morning t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

Sergeant Gordon On ROTC Staff A new addition to the college faculty was recently made with the appointment of Master, Sergeant Vincent C. Gordon as an instructor for the Center's Reserve Officers training group. Sergeant Gordon will be in charge of the freshman trainees and will conduct classes for that group. The sergeant has been in the military service for more than seven years , five of which were spent in. Europe. During the war he was stationed in numerous areas of England France and- Germany. While there he also participated in much of the action that comprised the military campaign' on the European continent. ' Following the war, he returned to the states and spent an extended period instructing military training in several midwestern colleges. Only recently he returned to the East and reported to his present assignments as a member of the ROTC staff here at the Center. Although Sergeant and Mrs. Gordon currently reside in Hazleton the sergeant claims he is actually ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

Penn State To Be Host To NAACP On April 9 and 1() the Penn State Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will be host to a conference of college NAACP _chapters and people from all Pennsylvania colleges who would like to form NAACP chapters on their campuses. The ultimate aim of NAACP is to eliminate racial discrimination in America through programs and projects designed to bring the problem before the eyes of the public and to point out the necessity for eliminating discrimination. , Those who consider this a worthy goal are urged to participate in the conference. There they will meet people from many Pennsylvania colleges and will be able to discuss with them ways in which to eliminate discriminatory problems.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

"Onlies" Throwing mud at another only dirties your own hands. * * * Wisdom is the art of making a mistake only once. * * * Looking backward gets you only a pain in the neck. Little minds are crushed by misfortune; great minds benefit from it. * * * A real American would rather die on his feet than live on his knees.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 10 March 1949

PENN CENTER ON THE AIR The future of . Hazleton's Penn State Center was discussed on the program, "The Way It Looks From Here," over WAZL Sunday, March 6. This program is a public service project which is heard every Sunday afternoon at two p.m. Narrator Bob Sacco had as his guests Atty. Louis Felmann, and administrative and assistant administrative heads Amos Goss and Frank Kostos.

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

Erie Takes Miss Penn State Title The winner in the quest for Miss Penn State Freshman, believed by many to be the first real beauty contest held at the college, was Rosemary Larsen from Erie Center. Hazleton's entry, Mary Lou Pollock, was accompanied by Miss Lois Neifert and June Reinmiller of the Collegian. The three women spent two days on the campus and were entertained the entire time they were there. They arrived at the Women's Building at noon, Thursday, and were in- Center Guests Treated Royally On Campus Visit formed by Dean Weston that all the ¦guests for the occasion would occupy the west wing of that dormitory. Soon the representatives from the other centers came in, and a busy prearranged schedule of events began to take shape. During the course of the two days the girls ate at the most popular restaurants of State College escorted by different members of the Daily Collegian staff who conducted the contest. Thursday night the Dean invited the guests to a party ...

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

ROTO Completes Rifle Firing Tests For the past several weeks freshmen and sophomore members of the Center's Reserve Officers Training Corps have been undergoing rifle firing tests under the supervision of Sergeants Vincent Gordon and Joseph Flaherty, instructors for the local unit. , v The tests, which were in accordance with the requirements that are set up by the ROTC unit on the campus, were restricted exclusively to the use of light weapons with special emphasis being placed on the official military 22 caliber rifle and its operation. The tests were held on the private firing range of Mr. Elmer Geissler located in his factory building on west Tamarack street. Because of the limitations of space the entire reserve unit was divided into several squads, and each squad was taken individually to the firing range for their firing period. The tests included firing rounds from three different positions, standing, sitting and kneeling. The scores of each were determined by a grad...

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

Activities Board Submits Report The Activities Board announced their sanctioning of a combination social and square dance on April 22 to be held by the Engineering club. The 'board also passed a resolution authorizing a May Day Coronation on May 6 to be followed by a ball. The coronation shall be in charge of the Woman's Association, and the ball in charge of the board. Plans are also in the formative stage for the Commencement Dance. The following is the Activities Board Treasury Report /_submitted to the Collegian for publication. Get-acquainted Dance $147.20 Petty-cash 20.00 Thanksgiving Dance 76.40 Snow-ball Dance 144.00 Valentine Dance 93.00 Roller-skating Rink 13.20 Pottsville Reception 56.38 Material for Publicity Signs 2.35 All-college Social Functions 26.62 Typewriter Repair 9.50 Grand Total $588.65

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

Varied Program At Music Fete Students who accompanied Miss Pearl Garbrick to the Music Educators National Conference of March 6-9 report there were many varied and entertaining projects planned for the affair. Monday evening, the first day of the conference, featured the All Maryland State Orchestra and Choral Concert conducted by Doctor Lara Hoggard of Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians. Tuesday the opera , "Flying Dutchman" by Richard Wagner, was presented by the Peabody Conservatory of Music to a fairly large and appreciative audience of music lovers. Also on the program for Tuesday was a demonstration of the new long-playing records produced by Victor and Columbia. Wednesday a band concert given by the United States Air Force Band was well attended as was the All-Student Chorus which featured some (Continued on page 4)

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

\\ LL 3 NEW COUNCILMEN MEET WITH NO Q_$g_£_M_^ Collegian reporter Ernest Denke is shown above (standing)' interviewing the three council members when they met prior to last Council meeting at which there was no quorum present. They are seated left to right: Bill Baran, Michael Doddo, and Joe Olivia.

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

Deadline For Textbooks Mr. Richard Mattern _, manager of the bookstore, has announced that Monday, March 28, will be the final date on which students will be able to obtain the textbooks for this semester which they have not as yet received. All students concerned by this notice are urged to purchase these books before that date.

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

PLANS ON BOARD Here s encouraging news for students planning to attend summer sessions at Highacres. Plans for remodeling at the new Center are on the draftsman's board at Penn State College. . Last week the sophomore student body elected William Baran president of the sophomore class. Also elected to serve with Baran on the Council were Michael Doddo and Joseph Olivia. The three electees are fourth semester students. The balloting for the officers was so close that no one candidate was able to receive a margin of more than four votes over his nearest opponent. The teller committee for the election consisted of John Wersinger, acting president for the Council, David Snell , sophomore class representative, and Syd Rudman, faculty advisor of the Council. At the regular scheduled meeting on Monday evening not enough members were present for a quorum. As a result the newly elected councilmen were not officially installed. Anthony Stanziola, who appeared on behalf of the Amateu...

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

BASEBALL PREDICTIONS (Page 3) Vol. XI. — No.X

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

EDITORIAL Wha Hoppened? Whoops! Somebody Slipped. Just when everything pointed to a movement toward real school spirit, we have a short circuit. After being thoroughly convinced there was no such animal as unity at the Center, several surprising events were launched by the students during the past two weeks which tended to nullify the rather pessimistic argument that none of the students in Sodom Center was interested in anything. The Broad street bureau reported that, a large number of students had applied for membership cards to the infant Amateur Egyptologist Club. The story of the interest-provoking society spread like wildfire, and many more students are expected to participate in the near future. The Table Tennis Tournament' will be tough competition among the more than twenty contenders. At the last Center Punch meeting nine persons were admitted to the editorial board rather than the six or seven anticipated, and several manuscripts have already been submitted for publ...

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

"—»—¦»—•»—""—"—"—"—"" THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE Beverly Silverman Basketball season is over and there is no daubt that we are going to miss attending the games, especially those we won. However, now we have to turn our attention to Softball and to baseball. Have you inquired about forming such teams ? Girls, are you taking advantage of bowling every Friday night in the YWCA ? Ask those who know. They will tell you you missed an excellent play if you did not see the Jesters production of the Pot Boiler. Oh! Those St. Louis Blues. Neil Llwellyn enjoy«d listening to this record, although no one else appreciated it, when he played it at a party given to the cast by Miss Campbell. Have you noticed the wardrobe of linen suits that Art Frye has bought since, he has been elected Pharoah of the Mummy club? By the way, Mr. James Steele is looking for a Cleo. Anyone with a suitable hair style please contact him tout de suite. Mac McHugh is sharp bn the trigger with cute appropriate answers....

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

Campus And Alumni News Don't think that Hazleton's Mary Lou Pollock didn't make a hit on the campus two weeks ago when she was th_'ere for the "Miss Penn State Freshman" judging. And one thing which won Mary Lou a host of admirers was this: After the judges' decision was announced-, all contestants were interviewed by an announcer from WMAJ, State College's radio station. Miss Hazleton was the only girl to wish the winner success in the national finals. This thought on the part of Mary Lou was a great boost for Hazleton and its Penn Center ... Dan Wargo's big weekend is hiatory now but the former Center student and member of the Hazleton Little' Theater made a big hit as Preacher Haggler last Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Dark of the Moon. Dan's starring scene took place near the end of the play when he conducted a Smoky Mountain revival, service—even to the mourner's bench . . . Next Hazletonian to display his stage talent will be Francis Fateie whose play; Poor Mr. Varn...

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