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

Round About The College Circuit At the main campus a "Spring Week Carnival" will be held starting March 31. Dormitory, fraternity, sorority and other campus groups will sponsor booths. Entertainment will range from the county fair to styles peculiar only to the Penn State student. Skiing has been on the agenda of Penn State's varsity sports since 1940 except for wartime suspension from 1943 to 1946. Mr. Max Dercum, coach of skiing, is the important figure in making the Staters ski-conscious. Something to think about from the Boston College Heights: "PRAVDA means truth, and bears the same relation thereto as does an egg to an egg-plant." A two-man debating team from Cambridge University, England, visited the Washington and Jefferson campus. The two gentlemen from Washington and Jefferson, uphold the question, Resolved: "The . world would be a happier place had not the American Revolutionaries seceded (Continued on page 3)

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

K- : —| PEACHY By Ursoline Imbriac . : f The doctor stared—His bulging eyes, Beheld a disease He didn't recognize, Get out the books—Here's a new threat to life, Peachy's uncle's brother _ Talks back to his wife ! ! ! Writers seldom write the things they think; they simply write the things they think other folks think they think Elbert Hubbard

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

HYPNOTIZED DRIVERS Doctor Griffith Williams says some motorists can drive in a trance. Williams is a psychology professor at Rutgers University. He says that a hypnotized Rutgers student drove several miles without any trouble. But—says the professor—a driver in a trance seems to be less alert than he is when awake.

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

TENORS WANTED Miss Garbrick has announced that she still needs several tenors, and anyone interested should see her immediately.

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

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

H COLLEGIAN PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON CENTER Editor Sports Editor Photographer Typist June Reinmiller Dick Bagby Walter Stone Anna Peifer BROAD STREET BUREAU Joe Olivia Gene Kostick STAFF WRITERS Beverly Silverman, Sheldon Vilensky, Mary Lou Pollock, Bill Baran, Ernest Denke, Bob Sacco, Sam Cerminaro, Hank Zeigler Ursoline Imbriac, Stan Pasda AZLETONlgM ' _, ,

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

Forecastors Shaping Up Birdseye View Of Baseball Leagues By STAN PASDA Ferris' and Hughson's arms come around , the Beantowners could disrupt Bill Veeck's plans. The"new" Detroit Tigers under Red Rolfe, and Connie Mack's A's, will probably fight it out for the first division with these two stronger _j teams. The pennant-winning Boston Braves look good again in the National League race. A good season by former Dodger Pete Reiser and the expected performances of Billy Southworth's other aces should make it a "walk-away" for the boys from Beantown. Even with sensational Stan Musial as a nucleus the St. Louis Cardinals will need bolstering both in the pitching box and at the plate to cause trouble for the determined Braves. With the approach of another baseball season it is the tendency of baseball enthusiasts to render their predictions on the general outlook and,probable pennant contenders in the respective major leagues. The predictions for the past several seasons proved to ...

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

The Body Sheldon Vilensky 4— f Many, many long years ago an aged sage, whose noble name unfortunately fails me at this moment, once unwittingly said that true beauty does not stem from one's exterior facial appearance but rather fiom the innermost reaches of his heart. If such a condition were true, (and who infers that it isn't), many of your friends and mine would not go through life, as they do today, possessing beauty which because it is hidden is therefore wasted. While in actuality many otherwise homely individuals would suddenly foecome raving beauties. Now by stretching our imagination to a position that can safely be considered quite near the breaking point we may perhaps be able to locate from these sudden beauties that one lucky person who is generally recognized as the most beautiful specimen of heart-loveliness. But oddly _enough this specimen proves to _,be (so they tell me) a man. He is (they add) from the top of his curly black or' blockhead to the tips of hi...

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

SPORTSTUFF By DICK BAGBY The Center's basketball squad successfully completed its '48-'49 campaign by knocking off the high-flying freshmen from Temple University, 60-63. The game was a Lion's Club Charity affair played at the Hazleton High Gym. The Rudmanites played flawless ball throughout the entire tilt in order to annex another game to their victory string. Up on top in scoring again were Pete Garber with 20 points and Ray Kostic with 18 tallies. However, much of the credit goes to Bill Gardner, Chickie Lamonica, Swish Talarovich and Jack Sippel who turned in great performances both offensively and defensively. Whitey Gerhard and Ken Minchin also turned in fine performances to help the Center notch its last -victory of the season. After the Dream game March 3 Mr. and Mrs. Amos Goss held a reception for the entire basketball squad at their home in Conyngham. The boys really had a good time; at least it looked that way the next morning as half the team had a little trouble ...

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

ROUND ABOUT THE COLLEGE CIRCUIT (Continued from page 2) from the British Empire." England are touring the United States under the auspices of the Institute of International Education. The Britons Will, in the debate at Plans for the Spring Festival are completed at the Dubois Center. The Annual Awards and Honors Day is to be held , on Friday, May 13, in the college auditorium. In the afternoon of May 13, Honors Day Ceremonies will feature a well-rounded program for presentation of the awards and honors. In the evening there will be an Honors Ball held in the college auditorium. - This seems to be a smart attraction for the Convocation Exercises. To most men experience is like the stern lights of a ship, which illumine only the track it has passed. Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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

Teams Should Form Rosters With spring officially here coach Syd Rudman has announced plans for an intramural Softball league. Any teams who are interested in entering the competition are asked to submit their rosters, not exceeding fifteen men, by Thursday, March 31. Organization of the league will be discussed on a later date. / There are no uninteresting things; there are only uninterested people. G. K. Chesterton What is oleo ? A Swiss yodel. COLLEGIAN MEETING The next meeting of the Collegian staff will be Monday at 5 p.m. At that time the editor will assign two reporters to serve as make-up editors for the next edition.

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

Ping Pong Contenders Practice For Trophy More than twenty ping pong enthusiasts await the opening of the Annual Spring Intramural Table Tennis Tournament which begins on Monday, March 28, at the YMCA under the direction of Syd Rudman. For the past several weeks the entries have been effecting new curves, twists and speeds in an effort to baffle their opponents. Some fancy playing is therefore a certainty. The best of three will comprise the single eliminations until the semi-finals are reached when the best of seven will prevail. The winner will take home a trophy with his name inscribed.

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

IRC Shown Movie The film, Backward Civilization, was shown to the International Relations club at noon, March 23, as a part of their regular forum. At the regular meeting of March 24 the group disfussed additional material on our "South American Neighbors.*'

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

KRECKER IS RIGHT In 1940 one could buy two pounds of 'butter and'a dozen of eggs for the same amount of money that one can today purchase one pound of butter and make a down payment on a dozen of eggs.

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

Staff Announced For Magazine A meeting for the purpose of organizing an editorial staff for this year's Center Punch was held at noon on Friday, March 18, with Miss Lois Neifert, the adviser, in charge. June Reinmiller was selected editor of the publication. The assistant editors chosen include Ernest Denke, Beverly Silverman and Frank DeFluri. This group will aid in the final editing and lay-out of the magazine and will also serve as members of the Editorial Board. One member of this group will later be selected to serve as editor for the 1950 edition. An Editorial Board consisting of Conrad Balliet, Niel Gallagher, Sheldon Vilensky, Nancy DiBonifazio, Brice Martin and Ursoline Imbriac, was also appointed.. All authors are urged to conform to the followng rules: 1. Competition is open to all students enrolled at the Center during the fall and/or spring semester of the current year. 2. A student may submit as many manuscripts as he chooses. 3. Subject matter is not restricted ...

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

Lowdown in The Library By JOAN EIDLEMAN Her sleek, black hair is drawn sharply back from her forehead, accentuating the pale ivory of her skin. Her eight-inch eyes are half-hidden •by drooping eye-lashes, and her eyebrows slant upward to igive her a slightly feline appearance. Her scarlet foot-wide mouth hints at a smile that reveals the tempting fullness of her lower lip. _S Such is the dream date of all male Centerites who honestly think that this embodiment of feminine pulchritude is but a hopeless thought to be banished in our present society of reality. Nevertheless don't fret. Here is your opportunity_^ to become actually acquainted with her for she is brought to life, pulsating with all human characteristics. You need only to lift a finger, _opening for yourself an adventure in the West Indies of the seventeenth century with all the excitement, drama and heartbreak of that time. All this awaits your asking at the library desk for the presentation by Frank Yerby in his d...

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

Whodunnit? Where was Murphy? Everybody was asking everybody. Relatives called each other long distance . . . the radio blared it night and day . . . Everyone racked his brain for the all important answer. Alas! There was none ... Nobody knew where Murphy was when he jumped off the bridge... The local police force was in a dither . . . now here was a problem and no one on the staff knew the an swer ... They called in all the detectives in the city . . . State and nation wide alarm's were sounded ... A brain trust of all the nation's foremost "you-done-its" was formed . . . still nobody knew the answer ... Even the F.B.I, was stumped. Where was Murphy when he jumped off the bridge? "On the bridge," concluded the brass-buttoned brain trust... "No, that was before he jumped," said the local police force ... "Then he must have been in the air, falling downward," replied the sagacious F.B.I. "Oh no," corrected the' detectives, "that was after he jumped..." Nobody knew the correct ...

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

Egyptologists Haying Mum Fun By DAVID SNELL "Don't sit there like a bunch of mummies!" This remark was hurled at a drowsy class one afternoon at the Broad Street building. The next day a .notice was scrawled upon the bulletin board, " Mummy dub meets in the embalming roqm at midnight." For days later the bulletin 'board was filled with newspaper dippings, jokes and cartoons about ancient Egypt. These served to stimulate the interest) of the students in forming a real cluib. Between classes at the Broad Street building the words "dynasty," "hieroglyphics" and "pharoah" were heard, giving the impression that one was at the University of Cairo. Expressions such as these may be heard today tout in a more serious tone. Although the club, now formally known as the Amateur Egyptologists Society, is of humorous origin, it devotes itself to a study of ancient Egyptian culture in a social atmosphere. Under the sponsorship of Mr. James Steele the Mummies are planning numerous activities ...

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

Club Doings The Chemistry club and the Engineering club held a point meeting on Wednesday evening at which time a Ceramics engineer lectured. Refreshments were served later. On April 6 another joint meeting of the clubs will be held. A representative of the Corning Glass Works will be on hand to present a movie on glass making, and will answer questions on the subject. All chemists and engineers are welcome. At a previous meeting of the Engineering club the members voted in favor of sponsoring a square dance April 22. The project was approved by the Activities Board. All students are invited to attend the affair. Further details as to time and place will be made public in the near future. The Spanish dub met on Wednesday evening in W-17. They saw a movie, "Mexican Children," which depicted life in Mexico during a festival. The A.S.T.P. speaking records were listened to and spoken with. Refreshments were served. The second meeting of the Mathematics club was held on March 15 ...

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

Women To Have May Pole Dance At the meeting of the Women s Organization on March 17, plans were discussed for the crowning of the May Queen who will be announced at the square dance April 22. The girls have decided to eliminate the hemlock chain and honor arch this year and to have a May "Pole dance instead. A committee who volunteered to make the dance programs consists of: Janet Szutowicz, Nancy DiBonifazio, Joyce Schofield and Grace Heppe. The organization met at a joint meeting with the Activities Board March 21 at which time the board informed the women that they would handle the reservations for the hall and orchestra for the semi-formal. The girls * were given permission to change the time to 8 p.m. on the condition that they will arrange their program so that the dance will begin promptly at 9:15. Elections for the queen will also be conducted by the board who will distribute mimeographed ballots in the English classes, including speech and literature.

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