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

Groza Leads Kentucky In Kentucky University annexed their second straight NCAA basketball chamipionship on March 29 as they defeated Oklahoma A & M, 46-36. With a throng of 12,500 thrilled onlookers witnessing the fray from the bleachers of the University of Washington's Edmundson Pavilion, Kentucky's 6'7" center, Alex Groza, unleashed a one-man attack that resulted in a triumiph for the boys from the mountain state. Besides doing some superb ball -handling Groza hit the nets for 25 important counters. He left the gaime in the third quarter via the personal foul route. As a result of his commendable performance, Alex was voted by attending sportswriters the most valuable individual player in the playoffs. The Aggies, who were in the defensive all night, seemed to handcuff every one of Adolph Rupp's cagers except unstopable Groza. _ * An underdog Illinois five -came from behind in the final quarter to top an Oregon State College quintet 57-53 and gain third place in the...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 April 1949

Mr. Who? Students, students, Now here's a task, Who can be Behind this mask? Some clues—Are dues, And cloth, And "Silver" Keys, Si, Mn, S and P, All mixed up With a lot of C. \ Come, come, Can it be such a baffler? Just add to it A yellow muffler. Pure and spotless, Blank and dotless—Who can'it be? Now... You tell me! (Answer on back page.)

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

The supply of rubbing alcohol at the corner drug store is rapidly diminishing. You ask why? Because the girls are really putting their shoulders to the wheel, having recently formed a Softball team. Captained by Peg Kohler, the team has been holding practices regularly and yesterday played a group of Engineers at the 22nd Street field. The has decided to call themselves "Wood's Hoods." Future opponents will probably be Misericordia and Marywood* Colleges. The enthusiasim shown by the girls in this new sport is a comeback to the old saying, "The girls never do anything. " The man who wakes up and finds himself successful hasn; 't been asleep. J Softball Team Plays Engineers

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

Fashion Fatigue Men who have lived through the sinking of ships . . . are scared to death by fashion's padded hips . . . men who for months have lived on K-rations . . . lose their appetites over some of the fashions ... and those who have weathered the Siegfried line . .. are slain in the battle of the hemline... The current mode is designed to intrigue ... but it often succeeds in causing battle-fatigue . .. Sometimes what a lady will wear.. . makes you want to tear out your hair . .. but to ladies it seems worthwhile ... as long as it's decreed by style ... Waistlines at ... necklines . . . waistlines at hiplines . . . they are emotional barometers . .. registering at the current times . . . years are spent and fortunes, too ... to make stylish creations for me and you . .. The <poor designers have such a time, as you can plainly see ... but why must they design . . . the waistline . . . everywhere but where it should be? A hem is a hem . .. and a waist is a waist . . ...

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

Lowdown In The Library By JOAN EIDLEMAN Crash! goes the potted plant; bang! goes mother's best china; whiz-z-z go a tiny pair of feet by. Thus goes the routine of Junior's day. Whether or not you are aware of the ever-present problem of bringing up the " mean wittle kid," it is a question that will always provoke even the best psychologist. ' You Centerites will at some time or other become mothers and fathers (if you aren't already). Consequently, you should take avid interest in proper child care and development. You need only spare a few minutes from your limited leisure time to commence mastering the problem by reading The First Five Years of Life by Arnold Gesell, M.D., who has uniquely presented the significant problems of the pre-school child and their solutions. Among the limited alternatives The Intelligence of Infants by Psyche Cattell might be consulted; the author delves into the observations and results from psychometric examinations of children. Then again, you m...

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

Campus and Alumni News (Continued from page two) Around the College Circuit (Continued from page 1) the advantages of Temple. "A.W." spent this week-end preparing a return .missile to re-educate his lost brother. Says Al, "He's married and not responsible for what he thinks." A big four-day celebration honoring the Pan-American countries has been conducted this week on the campus. Special programs and decorations in front of Old Main have been part of the observance. Prank Lucia, last year's Student Council prexy, was on the planning committee. And the girls will be gushing to learn that the finishing touches are being put on tremendous McElwain Hall, one of the new dorms here. Trees have been planted and shrubbery placed _^ about the grounds. Even floor lamps have been placed. If not next fall, at least in thirty years from now the new trees will make beautiful strolling — for some proud State alumni when their grandchildren ifraduata JAMAICA little speed?" Murph: "Don't ...

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

Set Up System To Award Keys During the meeting of Council on April 4 the subject of awards for convocation was discussed. Keys are to be awarded only to those activities which are all-college activities on a competitive basis. A committee consisting of freshmen members of Council was also appointed to present a report on previous frosh customs of the Center. It will be presented at the next regular _meeting "on April 8. At the meeting held on March 28 the Council officially installed the three new members. The Amateur Eigyptologist Society (Mummy club) was alloted funds to purchase materials necessary for launching the organization. Mr. Steel, club adviser, and Anthony Stanziola, Activities Board representative, were extended the Council's wishes for a prosperous and functional organization.

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

Name Committees For Convocation Last week class presidents Bill Baran and John Wersinger appointed student committees to work on arrangements for the Second Honors Convocation to be held May 27 at 8 p.m. The sophomore committee headed by Baran consists of Mary Claypotch, Mea ania Maczikov and Larry Nicholson.) The freshman committee is composed of President Wersinger, J. Mcnally, A. Snyder, L. May and E. Scicchitano. These students will assist the faculty committee, in working out the details of the Convocation at which Mr. Melchior of Girard _College _wtll speak.

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

Club Doings (Continued from page two) GERMAN The German Club will participate at the Language Festival in May by (presenting a puppet play, Kasper in Bedraugnes. The members who will take part are: George Scheers, the director; John McNally, the devil and the judge; Hugh Zilkoski, policeman; Ed Scicchitano and Jean Mc-Grory, helping with the puppet dressing and make-up. Dean Underwood and Robert Yore will work the puppets. ANSWER TO MR. WHO Mr. James Steel, adviser of the Mummy >clut>.

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

MAKING LOGIC LOGICAL In one of Mrs. Hazelton's philosophy classes, this question was thrust at the critical thinkers: If a clock takes three seconds to strike six, how long will it take to strike twelve? A few of the faster thinkers who had looked at the answer in the back of the text replied, "6 3/5 seconds, allowance being made for the actual chimes." All well and good. "But," objected Viktor Marchetti, "How long will it take to strike twelve? Why, six hours "

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

Collegian Meeting There will be an important meeting of the-Collegian Thursday, April 21. At this time plans will be made for an extra edition Friday, April 29. All staff members are required to be present whether or not they already have an assignment. Willie: Did Edison make the first talking machine,Pa? Pa: No, son. God made the first one. Edison made the first one that cjuld be shut off.

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

Who Is The MAY QUEEN? TO BE ANNOUNCED AT THE SQUARE Y. M. C. A. 9:00 P.M. - DANCE Friday, April 22 12:00 P.M. No Admission Let's Go! ; ___

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

AAUW and Rotary Offer Loan Funds During the past several years a number of scholarship loan and emergency funds have been available to regional college students. It has been noted that applications for these various funds have been few not because their assistance could not have been useful, but because most of the regional students have not been informed as to the opportunities and assistance they can derive from the generosity of local organizations. At present a great amount of coilege enrollments is comprised of war veterans whose education is paid by the government. When the G.I. Bill terminates for many veterans, outside assistance may be required to help them in completing the last years of their educations. For this reason it would prove useful to those confronted with this . problem or other similar ones to keep in mind these various organizations. Rotary Loan The local Rotary Loan Fund, headed by Bruce Lamotit, has been advantageous to local college students who met ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

WOMAN SENATOR COMING TO HAZLETON The Hazleton Women's Inter-Club Council is presenting on Saturday, May 7, 1949, at 8:30 p.m. in the Hazleton Senior High School auditorium the honorable Margaret Chase Smith, first woman directly elected U.S. Senator. The senator, running against the political machine and against the governor and ex-governor of Maine as candidates, won her election by one of the largest margins in the country. Admission to seats in the auditorium will be by patron cards, available from Miss Anna Erlemann at one dollar each. This donation will pay the expense of bringing the senator here to Hazleton. Thereafter will be a general admission to the public. Whether students have the dollar or not, they are invited to meet the senator at the public reception to be held at the Hotel Altamont at 4 p.m. or as near thereafter as her cavalcade (including the high school band) arrives from Avoca, • Students who have conflicts in their exam schedules should report them to M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

Queen's Maid Of Honor And Court Announced Doris Bartol, popular pre-mec sophomore, has been selected May Queen to reign over the Fifth Annual Ceremony and Queen's Ball next Friday, May 6. The official announcement of the Queen and court was made during the Engineers' Square Dance which was held April 22 at the YMCA. Mary Lou Pollock will serve as her Maid of Honor for the coronation. Both of the women were presented with gardenia corsages by Miss Margaret Wood, Dean of Women, after they had been announced by Millie Maczkov, president of the Women's Organization. The other members of the court are: sophomore attendants, Joan Eidleman and June Reinmiller; freshman attendants, Cissy McGee and Janet Szutowicz; scroll bearer, Peg Kohler; heart bearer, Mary Ellen Mc-Hugh; crown bearer, Rita Mikula; and key bearer, Mary Claypotch. Miss Bartol, who comes from Hazle Brook, was a freshman attendant for the 1948 coronation when Jean Uzmann was Queen.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

Dear Departed On Stage May 12 The play, Dear Departed by Stanley Houghton, will be presented by the Center dramatic group under _thn direction of dramatic coach, Peg Campbell. This one-act comedy will be given at the YWHA, Traders Bank, May 12 at 8 p.m. The plot is about g eedy family members who are interested in getting all they can from dear Grandfather's possessions. The surprise-is when everyone gets fooled. Committees for this play are: Student director: Joan Eidleman. Props: Peg Kohler. Costumes: Joyce Schofield. Publicity: Janet Szutowicz. Makeup: Grace Heppe. Cast of characters in order of first appearance are: Mrs. Slater: Elinor Wagner. Victoria: Janet Szutowicz. Mr. Slater: Burt Minkin. Mrs. Jordan: Nancy Byorick. Mr. Jordan: Carl Hill. Abel Merryweather: Bob Sacco.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

Col. A. S. Peterson Inspects ROTC Yesterday the Center's Reserve Officers Training Corps was inspected for the first time this semester by Colonel A. S. Peterson, head of Lafayette College Military Unit at Easton. The inspection was conducted under the supervision of Sergeants Joseph Flarety and Vincent Gordon, local unit instructors. Colonel Peterson in his tour placed special emphasis on classroom procedures and the general military appearance of the group. Throughout the inspection day all members of the unit were required to attend their classes in full dress uniform. Their smart tailored appearance added a great deal of color to the general school scene and was responsible for many favorable comments from both the faculty members and the student body. FREE MOVIE Romeo and Juliet will be shown at ;he West Hazleton High School Aulitorium Monday night at 8 p.m. Ad-Mission is free.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

CENTERITES TO ATTEND READING FESTIVAL On May 4 and 5 Miss Margaret Campbell, Mi<u Lois Noit_'en, Joan Eidleman and Conrad _Baliior will attend the FiiMt _Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Reading _Festival at _Jlale College. In previous years the colleges that participated in this talent event were Eastern colleges. However, because of this limitation a need was felt to include all Pennsylvanian colleges. Under the supervision of the Speech Department at the campus, the schedule of events will include the reading of poetry, narration, Shakespearean sonnets, lyric poetry, and plays. Hazleton Center representatives will take part in the two last events.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

Speech Students Hear Decorator In the ballroom of the Altamont hotel on April 26 at 8 p.m. speech students saw fabrics from France, Italy and United States and learned how to weave various fabrics. Above all, the speaker, Mr. Dunker, stressed that every room must have balance. Ahs and ohs were heard when new fabrics of glass which is fireproof, and nylon, which is not affected by the heat of the sun, were shown. The 1949 new look in fabrics is one made of metal.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 29 April 1949

Doris Bartol May Queen Doris Bartol (inset) is shown above being presented with a gardenia corsage by Miss Margaret Weed, Dean <f Women, after she had been announced May Queen by Millie Maczkov, President of the Women's Organization.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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