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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Visitors Welcomed in College Classes The Center's first open house for parents and friends of the Centet was held Friday, May 19. The building was open throughout the day with classes as usual for interested visitors to attend. From seven until ten in the evening exhibits in the library and the laboratories were open for inspection As a special attraction, a number of water color scenes painted by Miss Ruth M. Koch were on display in the library. The Glee Club and the Sketching Club met and carried on their regular programs. According to Mr. Lester Kieft, chairman of the j committee in charge, the program for the open house was intended to show the visitor as much of the regular functioning of the Center as was possible. Approximately one hundred people took the opportunity to come during the day and evening.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

George Kline Plays Host to Classmates The Saturday of June 19th saw a peculiar scene occur in front oJ the Hazleton CeWter at about 12:3 ( P. M. A large truck pulled up it front of the school with a sign or it reading, "Saul & Son _Folding Paper Box Co." George Kline hac borrowed this truck from his father's concern to transport some oi the students to his farm for a picnic. There were about twentj students who went. They brought their lunches and Mrs. Kline supplied the beverages. The group indulged in various activities including archery, and swimming in Kline's pool. The students are grateful to the Klines for their hospitality and generosity in letting them have the fun of the land.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Center Picnic Planned The Center picnic will be held at Lakewood Park Saturday, June 10. The picknickers will gather at the Center at ten o'clock. Kermit LaRose is arranging for transportation for those who have no cars. He will be glad to know of any available space in the automobiles that will make the trip. The refreshments, which Neal Brislin and his aides are planning, are reported to be sufficient in quantity and are guaranteed to tempt the most jaded palate. Negotiations are under way to secure reduced rates for the park amusements.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

BARBS AND BOUQUETS The Gossipel Truth: It seems rather strange that this "colyum" can be written with the expectation that it can be read afterward. Printing really is a wonderful art . . .another thing about the craft that applies to the sheet is that the "colyum" can be longer. . . which means in turn that our verbosity can reign unchecked. Perhaps she is a habit but the most popular person in this column appears to be Patricia Anne Boyle, who has been mentioned in three out of four issues. It is our sincere hope that the notoriety doesn't dis turb her, but there is one more last little item. Strolling around downtown last week, we chanced to enter a drugstore and there found Pat, safely ensconced behind the bulwarks of an American Lit. book. The incongruity of this was enough, but it was also evident that Patricia had been weeping bitter tears. Thinking perhaps that there was some very pathetic passage in the Lit. volume that had prompted this emotion, we solicitously inq...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

A Young Man s Fancy "In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." Perhaps the male population of the Center is trying to live up to the above quotation, for at all hours of the school day, and occasionally in the evenings, you can see a group of boys on the steps of the school valiantly trying to attract attention of some charming member of the opposite sex. Surely this can't be symbolic of the romantic inclinations of the students. Grandiosity and exhibitionism may be characteristics of the adolesent school boy ostentatiously trying to impress a mere child, but for young men of college age to use these tactics seems incredible. Thoughts of love, of true love may we add, are essentially evidence of spiritual integrity. Whereas, the sarcastic words of juveniles directed toward the innocent passers-by arc anything but virtuous. Of course, the fellows are gentlemanly enough not to let the remarks that pass among themselves reach the ears of the lady in qu...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

In The Public Eye Publicity arises from news, but where there is no news there is no publicity. The Penn State Center has been an established institution in Hazleton for the last five years; yet if a poll were taken among the citizens, it is the writer's belief that comparatively few would know of its existence. In fact, the Center has such little publicity that the majority of people confuse it with the National Youth Center in the city. Publicity is essential for any successful organization; therefore, if we desire our organization to be successful, it must be publicized. The only way to obtain this much-needed publicity is by means of extra-curricular activities. Through these activities, provided they be of strong enough character and appeal, we can make the public conscious of the Pennsylvania State College Undergraduate Center. Our dances should command attention, and our clubs should receive interest from the entire region. This necessary publicity has been given a bo...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Dinner Dance— (Continued from page 1) Plans are progressing to have a group picture of the banquet taken by a local photographer. The committees in charge of arrangements are: General: John Ogrydziak, Mary Ann McClintock, Robert Golden; Program: John Feeley, Martha _Clewell, Herbert Enck; Decoration: Robert Miller, Mervine Raphel, Jean Davis, Emily Sperber, Russel Chianelli, Robert Wilson; Invitation: David Yeakel, Marian Quick; Publicity: Paul Hayes,

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

The Charms of Books Students have complained that the library was not available for evening study. The faculty kindly consented to open the library from seven until ten o'clock on week nights. Notices were posted on the bulletin board for all to see. Not many students have taken advantage of this opportunity. During the final weeks evening study in the library should be extremely profitable to those who want quiet.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN Published monthly by the Publications Club of the Pennsylvania State College Undergraduate Center. The Staff Editor-in-Chief MERVINE M. RAPHEL Business Manager NORMAN R. FREY Managing Editor PAUL R. HAYES Business Associates WILLIAM STEIN ROBERT GOLDEN DAVID YEAKEL Editorial Associates MARIAN A. QUICK MARY ANN McCLINTOCK RUTH REID FLORENCE ROWSE — —

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

TIME OUT Maybe it isn't sports but the recent Geology trip was responsible for more weary muscles than many an athletic contest. Some of the survivors werej heard to mutter about "climbing a mountain," but the most reliable reports have it that only a few, a very few, ever got to the top of that mountain. At that it must have been quite a day with climbing down into "potholes," changing tires—a fine sport if you look at it the right way—, and seeking hidden lakes. And that birthday cake with a sandwich or two to precede it must have been nearly an excuse for a marathon. Someone said he got back to Hazleton at one-thirty of the following morning, which makes the whole thing into an endurance test—and that is no longer sport but work. The devotees of the three pound brass doughnuts have built themselves a court at the side of the Center building. There is never a dull moment, but the game hasn't half the finesse of horseshoes, where the expert can knock another shoe out of the...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Reporter Keeps Ear Close to Ground The inquiring reporter has been listening to his classmates' plans for the summer and for next year. For a great many the plan seems to be to have no plan. But some of the plans are definite enough to report here. If this eavesdropping has revealed to him things that are not true, think kindly of him and remember that what he records might come true. Bill Ramsay may play a few sets of tennis this summer before packing up for State College in the fall. But Bill will meet a lot of old friends there, for the Green Street Girls seem to be going too: Jean Davis, Betty Puckey, Mervine Raphel, Ruth Reid, Marian Quick, and who else lives there anyway! Some of the boys have mentioned that they too will continue their social and academic careers on the main campus: Russ Chianelli, Tom Butchko, Joe Mattick, Saul Tomberg, and Bob Wilson among them. There are some others who are thinking of State College, but they did not whisper so vociferously within ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Committee Prepares Budget for 1939-40 The budget committee of the Student Council has finished compiling a budget for next year from the requests of the several activities. The budget is not closed to applications from new activities, which must show that they have the interest of a reasonable number of the student body. The committee consists of Jean Davis, chairman, Mary Ann McClintock, and David Yeakel.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Archery Club Buys New Straw Target The recently organized Archery Club has purchased a thirty-six inch target with the aid of a Student Council appropriation. The members have purchased their own bows and arrows, made by David Stewart who also supervises the sport. The future Robin Hoods are Marian Quick, Mervine Raphel, Jean Davis, Betty Puckey, Robert Golden, Joseph Connolly, Russell Chianelli, and David Stewart.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE appears the final examination schedule for the second Below semester . All examinations begin at the time indicated and are two hours in length. Students should be in the examination room ready to begin at the scheduled time. Art 76—Wed., May 31—3. Ger. 2—Mon., June 5—8. Chem. 2—Fri., June 2—8. Ger. 4—Tues., June 6—3. Chem. 4—Fri., June 2—8. Hist. 20—Fri., June 2—1. Dr. 2—Sat., June 3—8. Hist. 21—Fri., June 2—1. Econ. 16—Thurs., June 1—1. Math. 7—Tues., June 6—1. Ed. 1—Thurs., June 8—8. Math. 11—Fri., June 2—1. Eng. Comp. 5—Thurs., June 1—8. Mchs. 1—Thurs., June 8—8. Eng. Lit. 1—Tues., June 6—1. Phys. 281—Mon., June 5—8. Fr. 2—Mon., June 5—8. Phys. 282—Wed., June 7—1. Fr. 4—Mon., June 5—8. Pol. Sci. 10—Tues., June 6—8 Fr. 6—Wed., June 7—1. Psy. 2—Wed., June 7—8. Geol. 30—Sat., June 3—8. Soc. 2—Mon., June 5—1. .

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

RECEIPTS Activity Fees $1,000 Student Union Store 650 Basketball 40 Miscellaneous 10 Total $1,700 EXPENDITURES Student Council $ 150 Game Room 50 Social Program 625 Music 65 Publications 125 Sketching Club 15 Photography Club 40 Athletics 450 Debating 24 Chess Club 6 Girls' Lounge 30 Dramatics 45 Girls' Activities 75 Total $1700

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

FOURTH ANNUAL DINNER DANCE HOTEL ALTAMONT BALLROOM Six-thirty—THURSDAY—June eighth Junior Maguire's Orchestra Alumni and Friends are Invited One Dollar

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

(h_,k) The curious have been inquiring about pur column heading. We refer all questions to the department of mathematical information, where they discover that the curious symbolism (h,k) is a common notation for the center of a geometrical locus. The Venn State Collegian was recently awarded first class honor rating at the nineteenth conference of the Associated Collegiate Press All American Critical Service. Competing among 401 collegiate papers from forty-six states, the District of Columbia, and Hawaii, (the Penn State paper was surpassed by only five others in the nation. Among the center news sheets the palm for the year undoubtedly goes to the DUC for general excellence. The Hazleton Collegian expects to get back in the running now that the mimeographed format has been discarded. The Student Government Association of the Fayette Center has established a collegiate scholarship carrying a stipend of fifty dollars a year. The award will be made to a deserving freshman on...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Exhibit In Library For the past two weeks eleven water colors and one pastel sketch have drawn interested observers to the library. The artist, Miss Ruth M. Koch, teacher of art in the Grant Street Public School, studied at Penn State with Prof. Andrew W. Case, and has since found her art an absorbing hobby. Miss Koch has exhibited in several eastern cities and recently hung several of her works in the exhibition of local artists at the Hazleton Public Library. The favorable comment on the exhibition both from the student body and from the visitors at the recent open house will ensure a repetition of art exhibitions of this sort, according to Mr. Melvin W. Isenberg, Instructor in Engineering and Freehand Drawing, who arranged for the showing.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Faculty Summer Plans The members of the Center faculty have a busy summer planned for themselves. Mr. Eiche, Administrative Head, will be in his office to interview prospective students and their parents. Two members of the faculty plan to teach in Penn State summer sessions. Mr. Goas will teach medieval and American history on the campus, and Mr. Janssen, sociology and political science at the Teacher Training Session in Altoona. Two others will pursue advanced work in their respective fields. Mr. Kieft will continue work on his doctoral thesis at the Penn State campus, and Mr. Isenberg will go to Harvard to enroll in a fine arts course. Mr. Shetler was either reticent or uncertain concerning his summer plans. After their marriage, Miss Yotter and Mr. Herpel will travel to an unannounced destination.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1939

Council Reorganizes Student Council at its first meeting in May voted to increase its officers from three to four. The office of secretary-treasurer had become so heavy a responsibility that Council amended Article VI, Section 1 of the student government constitution to read, "The officers of the Student Council shall be (a) President, (b) Vice-President, (c) Secretary, (d) Treasurer." This change will become effective at the organization of the council next year.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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