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

Jesters Present "The Necklace" The Jesters are not wasting any time. Last Tuesday, March 15, they presented the second performance of the one-act play, Pot Boiler, at White Haven. Today at 12:30 p.m. over WAZL the club gave a presentation of The Necklace. The story is about a valuable diamond necklace that is borrowed and unfortunately lost by a young married couple. The plot is centered upon how hard this man and wife struggled for ten years to earn enough money to pay their debt. After enduring many hardships and making many sacri—ices they finally raise the sum only to learn then that the necklace is not as valuable as they estimated it to be. If you listened to this ironic situation come over your radio at home, in the car or down in the lounge, you probably recognized the familiar voices of the following Jesters in the thirty minutes of relaxation: Joan Eidleman_, Chad McCracken, Burt Minkin, Elinor Wagner, Grace Heppe and Neil Gallagher.

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

VARIED PROGRAM AT MUSIC FETE (Continued from page 1) outstanding student soloists. One of these students, Dick Evans, a former music student from the Center, sang in the chorus. Other highlights of this conference were a Penn State Luncheon on Monday, the Pennsylvania Music Educators Luncheon on Wednesday, and each evening a Lobby Sing in which everyone participated in singing a varied program. The entire conference was in charge of Doctor Hummel Fishburn, head of the music department of the Pennsylvania State College. When Jack Schaffer was asked if he enjoyed the conference he replied, "I had a swell time."

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

Convocation Speaker Miss Edna Staffieri has announced that Dr. Melchior of Girard College will be the speaker for the Convocation services. The heart has its reasons , wliicfa reason does not know. Blaise Pascal

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

MAY QUEEN AND COURT WILL BE REVEALED AT SQUARE DANCE Jose Mihalik and his regional polka orchestra will provide the music when the Engineering club in co-operation with the Activities" Board presents, their Square Dance Friday night, April 22, on the YMCA floor. The dance, an attempt to increase the range of Center social activities, will feature social as well as barn and country style dancing. In complying > with the theme, which is designed upon the general background of farm life, the men should dress in the attire descriptive of the typical farmer, and their partners in the style of the typical rural lassie. The entertainment committee, headed by Peg Kohler, has announced that dancing will continue from 9 ip.m. until midnight. Every type of dance will be given a separate place on the program. During the dance the May Queen and her court will be officially disclosed. Yet unknown to the student body, the queen will reign over the dance and ceremonies accompanying t...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Plans are being made by the International Relations Club to send delegates to the initial meeting of the Pennsylvania Chapter of International Relations' Club Conference at Wilkes College on April 22, 23 and 24. How many representatives or who they will be has not been decided yet as Dr. Hazel Ramsay, adviser of the Center IRC, has not received information as to how many representatives the Center will be able to send. Dr. Ramsay is certain, however, that at least three or possibly five will attend the sessions. This forthcoming cpnference will climax six months of planning. The state International Relations Club was formed last November during the Middle Atlantic Conference of college IRC groups at Penn State College. Temporary officers were elected and it was decided that a meeting be held sometime in the spring at Wilkes College for the purpose of better organizing the group. Since November the temporary officers have held a special meeting at Harrisburg to divide the schools o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

COEDS PUT ON EASTER BONNETS feathers and ribbons a wee bit early for the Collegian photographer. Jante Szutowicz is pictured in the center; Joan Eidleman and Cissy Mc-Gee appear on the left, Mary Lou Pollock and Anita Goldberg on the right. For more details on Easter fashions, see page 4. Yes, we could write a sonnet about those Easter bonnets the Center coeds will be sporting during their holiday vacation. Several of the women who are all ready for the silk and straw parade", and who will probably make more than the judges look twice in their direction, have donned their Easter m

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Florida Beauty ' < Freshman Queen According to word received from the campus, Rosemary Larsen, Penn State's blonde entry in the Miss All-American College Freshman contest, finished out of the money in her quest for beauty honors. Top spot in the Twentieth Fox's film publicity stunt, an all-expense paid, sun-filled week in the movie capitol, went to Marilyn Overby, a University of Florida lovely. Mary Haskell, a representative of the Longhorns from Texas, and Claire Molzen, a pretty Syracuse miss, claimed runner-up nods in the national show. Miss Larsen, who attends the Behrend Center at Erie, won a place in the finals after the contest on the campus in connection with the premiere of "Mother Is A Freshman. " She competed at that time with Hazleton's Mary Lou Pollock, Shirley Long from Harrisburg, Patricia Bowles representing Swarthmore, and Marjorie Alsberg, the main campus entry. Frosh beauties from fifteen other universities vied for national honors.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Two students who have attained a 3 average for the mid-semester grade marking period are J. Hall and J. Watkins. Other students who have averaged 2.5 to place them on the Dean' s List are: N. Baran, M. D. Underwood, C. Balliet, C. L. Miller, M. Maczkov, J. M. Lovrinic, A. Lorenzoni, and J. Olivia. All honor students with a 2 average include: W. Stone, A. W. Dendler, L. Barron, J. M. Prete, M. M. George, G. N. Pavuk, E. Bogert, N. E. Gallagher, J. McGee, G. J. Fluri, D. H. Russell, H. Brannaka and D. McNelis. t J. Eidleman, J. P. McNally, P. G. Fairchock, R. F. Jurchak, E. M. Kostiok, R. A. Makofsky, K. Vayda, C. Bittner, J. Formolo, J.' H. Hoegg, R. Mikula, R. M. Peterssen, H. ' A. Sachs, M. V. Sanko, E. C. Schott, R. _Davi_,;_, and M. Schmutzer. Mid-Semester Dean's List And Honor Students

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Sociology Class Hears Britisher Unless the world wants another universal crisis it must cease perpetuating the economic system which has precipitated the past two world wars. This was the theory Wilfred Wellock, former member of the British House ,of Coammons, discussed and defended before the Soc. 10 class and a group of speech students April 4 at the YMCA in Wilkes-Barre. Mr. Wellock was sponsored by the American Friends Society and served as a field trip for several Center classes. The theme of his speech, "Factors Making For World Upheaval," was divided into two separate talks, the first of which he delivered following a dinner. After his main speech a number of students asked him questions, and the lecturer became so interested in the junior college set-up Penn State had in Hazleton as one form pf decentralization that he took notes from , the visiting students.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

NOTICE A survey sheet, which was included with the eight weeks grades, was sent to all students of the Center. The purpose of this sheet is to determine the number of students who are planning to attend summer sessions at' the Center and what courses those students desire. It will be greatly appreciated if all interested students return those survey sheets to the office as soon as possible. Mr. Kostos urges all students who are returning to the Center for the fall semester 1949 to come into the office before April 23 to have their tentative schedules arranged. This is to guarantee that the subjects desired by the students will be available. |

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Classes Resume April 20 Students of Pennsylvania State College will begin their Easter vacation April 14 at 11:50 and will resume classes the following Wednesday, April 20, at 8 a.m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

EDITORIAL OUCH! The girls have been literally walking around with their- feet in their pockets. Somebody stepped on their toes. At the Activities Board meeting of April 5, a mention was made to eliminate the coronation of a May Queen and the ceremonies at the dance on May 6. It was seconded toy another member, and following a period of discussion, was passed by a 5-4 vote. There might not be any coronation if it had been allowed to stop at this. Someh,ow the word leaked out, as words will, and a gnashing of teeth Was heard throughout the corridors: "They can't do that!" the women shouted. ''Why not?" they were questioned. - The truth of the matter is that the board does not have the authority. The matter has been ignored. What it did do, however, was reveal the lackadaisical attitude of all students toward extra-curricular activities. The member who made the motion was supported by others in his accusations that the majority of the students, including the women, "were not inte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

_tSfll _^_WBMM_40_^^^RM¦¦¦¦¦¦ tf 1"_^^" MM V_^^'f l H_^^^^^_h B*~^^^PH_^^^^^ _^ — — .. — * 1 THOUGHTS IN THE i BREEZE Beverly Silverman . 'Tain't right. No one appreciates Mr. Steele's expensive Egyptian cigaiettes. Could it be because of their distasteful odor? Nice going Squirrely, for the careful arrangement of cars going to Wilkes-Barre. No April Fool trick was played ¦ on the sociology and speech classes when they went there on a field trip. Surprisingly so, they didn't nave stormy weather. Hazleton Centerites had entertainment at the dinner preceding the lecture. Eddie Erotas was at one end of the table and Squirrely at the other. See what we mean ? N Easter time gives Louisa' May a chance to display her rabbit pins. Definitely nice gesture of speech classes to invite students who had free periods to see the movie on parliamentary (procedure. Heard by way of the grape-vine we were told Miss Emma Phillips plays an excellent game of ping-pong and is looking for a challenge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Club Doings ENGINEERING-CHEMISTRY Mr. E. L. Phillips, representative of the Corning Glass Works, of Corning,. New York, was the guest of the Engineering and Chemistry clubs af their joint meeting last Thursday night. Mr. Phillips supervised the showing of a motion picture, "Glass in _Science, " and conducted a forum discussion afterwards. The movie emphasized the skill which a worker with glass must possess and the care that must be exercised in the production of pyrex glass. The next meetings of these clubs will be separate. Watch the bulletin board for future meeting dates. MUMMY CLUB The Amatetir Egyptologists Society met last Tuesday night at the Broad Street Building. Eugene Andrukite presented a lecture on the first to twelfth dynasties, and Leonard Nork gave an informative speech on the geography of Egypt. Mr. Steel, club sponsor, presented an interesting discourse on hieroglyphics. The club will meet next on April 21. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS The Sandwich Cinema Hour of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Campus And Alumni News Most of the people in the Hazleton area who know Joe Cotese, a main campus music major and Center student last' year, already know that he has been named director of the Catholic chapel choir. But very few know what Joe has been going through to rate this recent honor. The taton didn't fall to him without any effort. He was primed and proved by the Music Ed department, and last week, during an exhibition before inspecting faculty members from other college departments, directed an hour-long composition. Even the most calloused _musician will appreciate the job that is, even if he is not being watched and criticized by educators. Incidentally, Joe rated rather high. Andrew Bozena of McAdoo, a premed student who spent two years at the Center, was taken into the chemistry honorary fraternity a week last Sunday. Good marks are the keys to the kingdom here. Allen Wenner's brother, Chuck, a student at Temple,-sent a letter to his campus relative teasing him ab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Around The College Circuit Seen on a blackboard in Old Main: "Dear Professor: we are here and you wasn't. Now you is here and we isn't." The University of Notre Dame has started a "Global Letter Writing Club." The initiation of a world-wide _^ correspondence exchange among American Catholic college students and foreign college students was announced recently by Mr. G. C. Witteried, Jr., representing the Student Relief Campaign. This"exchange is intended to assist in reconstructing the morale of student victims of war by presenting to them personalized correspondence as direct indication that American students are concerned about their welfare. Here's a worldly article taken from the Boston College Heights: Murph: "HAWAII, gentlemen, you must be HUNGARY." 'Don: "Yes, SJAM, and we can't RUMANIA long either. VENICE lunch ready?" Murph: "I'll RUSSIA to a table. What will you HAVANA?" Larry: "Anything at all but can't (Continued on page 4)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

PEACHY By Ursoline Imbriac ., , , *. The phone Rang out Loud and bold, Peachy wonders For whom the Bell tolled. But, ' She was awakened From deepest slumber, by —You guessed it—The wrong number ! ! !

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

BASEBALL BAFFLERS By STAN PASDA QUESTIONS 1. With runners on first and second, no one out and - a right-handed batter under orders to sacrifice, in which direction should he bunt the ball? 2. With the winning run on third base in the last half of the ninth and less than two out do the outfielders play deep or shallow, and why? 3. With the Indians leading 2-1, the tying run on second base, first base open and Ted Williams at bat, would you order an intentional pass? '4. With runners on first and third and no one out, the batter grounds sharply to shortstop. If you are the. runner on third do you make the " suicide " attempt to score or not? 5. Where would you pitch to a batter who obviously intends to bunt, high or low ? * 6. When two runners occupy the same base, which one is subject to being tagged out? 9 ANSWERS ;^noSB_; bx{% _oi _loafqns IBAM.IB _AY_3U _Sl_# q_^IM '_ajaq_^ _UIBUI_9.I 0} _peRRua _Sf_^_imuaq. [buiSuo _aqx •§ "WP _ai_# o_^ui _a_^od* o_% A_' _sBa A_"i_9_ApB[_9....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

SPORTSTUFF By DICK BAGBY On Saturday, May 14, there will be a golf and tennis tournament held at State College. All undergraduate centers are invited to compete in these events. If there are any golf or tennis enthusiasts who would like to participate in this tournament as representatives of the Hazleton Center, they are asked to contact Syd Rudman as soon as possible. Myron Demcio by defeating George Makuta 3-2 in the finals is the new (able tennis champion. His name will be added to those engraved on the permanent intramural trophy. Makuta advanced to the finals by turning in a great performance against Pucillo. Some hot competition made the tournament a great success and the championship match was the match of all matches. Softball enthusiasts still have until April 20 to formulate teams for the intramural league. Two or three teams are still needed to complete the league. Rosters _have already been submitted to Syd Rudman by three teams: the Engineers, Heights, and . the W...

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