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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 May 1949

SECOND VOLUME OF CENTER PUNCH WAS DISTRIBUTED YESTERDAY blend namely together in presenting both sides of a situation in which we, everyone of us, have been a party to at least once in our school lives in his engaging piece So Much and So Little. Vengeance Flight, the Punch's longest feature, takes you back to the recent war in presenting an engrossing incident taken from the African Campaign and»the men flying above it. Harry Swepston is the author of this selection. Gene Kostick offers a suggestion for the future that could prove exteemely helpful in his experiment entitled Lay Away Plan; The works of Homer and especially his Iliad receive an excellent critical review in David McNelis' discussion ot The Iliad. And.lastly, June Reinmiller looks to reasoning and the logic student for her inspiration in Open Bluebook. If you're not too careful, you may have to read it twice, at least! Faculty adviser for the project was Miss Lois- Neifert_, while June Reinmiller _served as edit...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 May 1949

were brought to a close. Miss Edra Staffieri, club sponsor, thanked the club for its cooperation during the year. The ten dollars remaining in the club's treasury will be used to purchase Spanish recordings for the use of the members of following years. Engineering Club The Engineering Club held its last meeting last Tuesday night. Two films were shown, one on gasoline and the other on synthetic' rubber. Sandwiches and coffee were served to the., members. The members decided to have a picnic on May 27. All members interested in attending are urged to contact Willard Durbin or Joe Chaykowski for additional information. French Club The French Club will have its last meeting of the spring semester on Friday, May 20, at noon at Our House Restaurant. A farewell speech will be given by the president, Mr. Vayda, and all unfinished business will be taken care of. All members are urged to attend. She fell upon the slippery pave. And a man who watched her whirls, Said: "There you'll ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 May 1949

RIB TICKLERS My love is like a bar of soap—. It's always on the wane. Just when my heart is full of hope, It slips on down the drain. * * * Ted—'"My feet 'burn like the dickens! Do you think a mustard bath would help?" Ned-—"Sure! There's nothing bet-t ter than mustard for hot dogs. " Customer — "That dog seems to like to watch you cut hair." Barber — "Not particularly. It's just that sometimes I slip and snip off an ear." _• ? « "How come he was kicked out of school?" ' . "He was cheating" "How?'_' "Caught counting his ribs in a physiology exam." • ? • "Takes guts to do this," said the little bug as he splashed against the windshield. « * • Before I heard the doctors tell The dangers of a kiss, But now ' I know Biology And sit and sigh and moan, - Six million mad 'bacteria And I thought we were alone. • * * He had one arm upon the wheel, Quite joyful was the ride, The other was wrapped around His sweetie by his side. "Use both hands!" yelled the copper, In a voice that carr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 May 1949

Round About The College Circuit Harry James and his Music Makers played at the Senior Ball at the State College Campus. This was the last _ibig social event on the campus. Students, don't ' let a four-yeai? college course get you down. Take note of this agriculture student who received his degree after 22 years. Alfred Howard, a senior at the West Virginia University is finally ' getting his degree. He began college in 1927 and withdrew after deciding that pharmacy wasn't for him. He got married and farmed for 13 years, and then went into the Navy. After completing his cruise with the U. S. Navy, he entered college to receive a degree in agriculture. Howard Mumford Jones will speak on"'The Scholar and the World" at the Washington and Jefferson College. Mr. Jones, noted author, educator, and one of the country's outstanding lecturers, will speak at a special All-College Convocation in the W. and J campus. Ruth VonBergen, a former student at the Center who transferred to Bloom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 May 1949

Egyptologists Have Banquet The first annual Mummy Club banquet was held on Thursday, May 12 at Pancho's Hotel in Milnesville. The banquet was highly successful with 44 members in attendance. Speeches were given by James R. Steel, Jr.. club adviser; Arthur Fjcy. president; Norman- Houser, treas.; and Anthony Stanziola, council representative. A show was presented with James R. Steel, Jr., Bill Sacco, Tony Stanziola, and Joseph Olivia who acted as master of ceremonies . After a delicious"- chicken dinner, dancing was enjoyed by all. The final project of the Amateur Egyptologists' Society will be an expedition to the University of Pennsylvania's Museum on May 28. Dr. Hermann Ranke, prominent Egyptologist, visiting curator at the museum, will personally conduct the group through the exhibit. The expedition will leave the Walnut Street Building on Saturday, May 28, at 7 a.m. Club members are required to contact Mr. Steel or Art Fry .before Thursday. May 26, to make reservations for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 May 1949

Music Courses Open Are you interested in taking music courses this summer, or do you have friends who are interested in taking them ?-• If the answer to that question is yes, see Miss Pearl Garbrick immediately. The number of prospective enrollees will determine whether or not music courses will be given. Music 5 is a three-credit course in appreciation, and Music 11 is a one-credit course consisting of piano lessons. Students for these courses need not be Center students as both courses are'open to outsiders who wish to enroll as special students. Pass the word on to your friends and hurry in to see Miss Garbrick.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 May 1949

PHILOSOPHERS SOFTBALL CHAMPS Mrs. H a z e 11 o n ' s Philosophers wound up with a record of five wins and no losses to cop the intramural Softball title at the Center. The lopsidedness of the league was mostly attributed to the untouchable pitching of one James Longo. Mr. Longo's pitching was so effective that opposing teams had little chance at all to offer a threat. Other costenders in the league were: The Rabbits, Warriors, Schraoos,' Engineers, and the Supermen,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

The Highacres Story It is almost an old story by now to the sophomores, and the only story which the freshmen know—the Hazleton Undergraduate Center has a new home. The campus is now a reality with lawn, paths, gardens, and woodland_, instead of the streets of Hazleton between the Walnut Street school and the Broad Street building. The estate-turned-college, aptly named Highacres, is certainly the finest spot possible for an institution of higher learning. When renovations and new construction are complete, few junior colleges and certainly no other other "center'' will compare with our own. Plans for better location and facilities had been advanced years ago in the formation of the Hazleton Educational Council with Mr. Thomas L. Hinkle at the helm. The Laubach property, now St. Joseph's Hospital, was a tentative site for our center along with the Pardee house and the present United Charities Home. When Mr. Markle agreed to sell Highacres for the purpose of' housing our school...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

Freshman Week Calm Your Fears; Collegiain Appears The first taste of college for some one hundred and seventy people, Freshman Orientation Week, began on September 21. Freshmen were alphabetically assigned to fifteen various groups with a sophomore group advisor. Many hours of this first day were sipent taking math, science, English, and psychological tests. That evening the Freshman Advisory Council was host for a dance and get-together party for the incoming students. Small groups of freshmen stood about nervously at first, but by evening's end the "ice " had been broken. The Truth or Consequences program concerning1 Penn State had helped' tremendously. Miss Grace Thomas, Student Council Advisor, explained the workings and activities of our government. Three members of last year's Council, Dolores McGee, Arthur Edstrom, and John Wersinger, presented a mock council meeting to illustrate Miss Thomas' information. At this assembly the freshmen were acquainted with the rules f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

STAGE WHISPERS The Dramatic Club 's first presentation of the year will be given on Friday, November 18. The time—8 P.M.; the place—Genetti's Theatre-Restaurant ; the audience—it's up to you. For the amount o the amusement tax you will receive a night's entertainment and witness the introduction of arena-style! staging; Why not come and nd out what the title, "Three Cornered Moon", really means ? BBBB The students who star in this production are Marilyn George, Carl H. Meiss Jr., Burton Minkin, _Cleo Taylor, Dolores McGee, Neil Lewellyn, David Evans, Arthur Edstrom, and Nancy Byorick. Under the direltion of Miss Margaret E Campbell these thespians have worked hard to perfect their ¦characterizations and to polish the final show. The people who appear before the audience are reinforced by all of the various unseen property, business, and production committees. Mr. Arthlr Carpenter is technical advisor to this part of the staging. With this new seating arrangement the audience w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

CONCERT NEWS - .. •: __! I Your Date Book 1 i ¦'—^ ¦—-_£i _M <_fy Hi,. _jii **_&**_& Here are some important school dates to jot down on the cover of your favorite text book: November 18, Play, "Three Cornered Moon". November 22, Thanksgiving Dance November 23, Thanksgiving vacation begins 12:20. November 28, Classes resume 8:30. Despite very poor support, the Autumn Concert Theater series has met with the wholehearted approval of those students and faculty members farsighted enough to attend. The Holbrooks presented many interesting and educational character sketches of historical and literary figures. On November first the Crawford Namora Trio provided the audience with an entirely different type of entertainment. November eighth, Art Hodes, an outstanding citizen of Jazzland, definitely captured the hearts of those attending with his interpretations of many jazz classics. We sincerely hope that a similiar concert series will be formed next year— a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

Class Elections After an eventful week of violent political activity the Independent, Reflectionist, Only, and Campuscrat parties relaxed to await the election outcome. The campaign directors of all of the parties are to be congratulated for hard work. The left-wing Only party's campaign is still being tread upon, if you know what we mean. When the results were finally announced, the victorious candidates lined up like this: Sophomores President—t Frank DeFluri. Vice-president — Mary Louise Pollock. Secretary—Mildred Romanell. ¦T reasurer—Neil Lewellyn. Council—Chad McCracken, John Kalanik, Dolores Me Gee. Freshmen President—John Laubach. Vice-president—Art Williams. Secretary—William Lungren. Treasurer—Reese Davis. Council—Bruce Lustgarten, Gene Chomicky, Kathleen Midash. The Collegian offers its fullest support and cooperation to the student government for the coming: year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

THE DOODLE BUG? Are you a doodler? The term, although coined in recent years, describes a practice which must be as old as writing. Everyone loves to scribble in a preoccupied manner. Here at Highacres the custom 'is particularly prevalent. Very often the results are quite interesting and humorous as long as they are confined to sheets of paper, book covers, and blotters. However, ,not all people appreciate the same types of art. Since many different people make use of the desks and tables in the course of a day, may we suggest that doodlers refrain from decorating these tables and desks? Remember the best way to keep your name before the eyes of future students is by performing worthwhile deeds which will be: _rernembered through the years rather than by. carving or drawing on desks where it is often most unwelcome. So I walk into the snack bar bright and early Tuesday morning, do an about face (thanks to Sergeant Gordon), and start down the hill to ¦catch the next bus to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

\JS&jW Editorials always seem to be about school spirit—and this one will be no exception. There is a real feeling of pride and unity here at Highaeres but it is rather vague and _eluswe. Because participation in school activities is an excellent barometer of this spirit it is the subject of the following paragraphs. Of course, any student body, composed mainly of commuters,-will not be available around the clock, as in the case of a school with a resident population. However, we do have a fine activity program; it is worth some extra time and travel; The numerous clubs are so diversified that no one can truthfully say, "I'm not interested in any of these activities." The various language and technical clubs, the mummy society, the dramatic organization, and this newspaper, all want and need people with talent and interest in these channels. Everyone has a chance to voice his opinion on matters of council, a fact which is not universally known and certainly not taken c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

BARS AND STRIPES The following men have been re ommended for promotion in t ground and air divisions of t Hazleton Center K.O.T.C: Air Officers Commanding Officer (Majorx I wood Shafer. Executive Officer (Captain) Ni Lewellyn_^ ; Adjutant (1st. Lt.) Berna Daday. S-3 (1st. Lt.) John Ravina. First Sergeant Walter Stone. Guidon Bearer (Corporal) _Dav Evans. Flight Leader (2nd. Lt.) Hen Ziegler. Flight Leader (2nd. Lt.) Aan Lintz. Flight Sergeant (T/Sgt.) Sheld, Vilensky. Flight Sergeant (T/Sgt.) Micha Sekerak. Flight Guide (S/Sgt.x John K_< lessar. . Flight Guide (S/Sgt.) Geor_; Welkie. Staff Sergeants Kenneth Van Buskirk, John Schs fer, George Martini, Ellis Koche Ralph Aloi, Wayne Young. Sergeants Thomas McGinty, Anthony _Anell Dennis Conahan, John Conahan, Bu ton Minkin, Lee Palmer. Corporals Thomas Dougherty, Leon Lefk witz, John Pappas, John Krouse, A bert Hummel, Alfred Skaala. Ground Officers Company Commander (Captaii Jack Sipple. Executive Officer (1st. Lt.) R ber...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

TIDBITS Mid-Semester marks are on the way, What is the old man going to say ? (If you have trouble thinking up logical excuses, John Gonaha is a mastermind in that field.) * * * The "grape vine" has hinted that Al Einstein has been _mal ing up our Chemistry bluebooks. * * . * Although few people believe it Bill Kahler left his hat in tr snack bar last week, and the aged morsel came walking ini Bill's Chemistry class—we are still trying to find out how opened the door. ¦ -..- ¦ Some say Steve Gerlach is sure of getting the "Joe'Amp tion" award of-the year.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

H _AZLETONUIU COLLEGIAN HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE Highacres, R. D. 1, Hazleton, Pa. STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . _' • JOHN MOONEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR JAMES GEFFERT FEATURE WRITERS BETTY HARLOR, MARIAN JANOSK! SPORTS EDITOR RALPH PERILLA BUSINESS'MANAGER NEIL GALLAGHER PRODUCTION MANAGERS CHAD McCRACKEN, ERNEST DENKE PHOTOGRAPHER WALTER STONE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

WOMAN AFTER HOURS STUFF Here are a few ideas on that very touchy subject. "Woman is only one of nature's agreeable blunders." COWLEY (True! True!) * * * * "Frailty, thy name is woman! " SHAKESPEARE (He really didn't mean that.) rp 1* f "The weaker Vessel" PETER III * * * * (I checked Webster on this one VESSEL: a structure larger than a commin row boat. Hhmmm.) * * * * "Too fair to worship, too divine to love." MILMAN (Come, come my good man!) * * * * "A rag of bone and a hank of hair." KIPLING (Excellent! Wonderful!) * * * "Find the woman." DUMAS (Cream cheese with a secret weapon.) A teachers life is not all bluebooks and passing grades—on the contrary a teacher has many jobs aside from teaching. We do not have to look far for examples of this, either, because right here on our own campus we find teachers doing more than instructing. These illustrations will be more than sufficient for me to prove my point. How many of you know that Miss Bonn, our charming English teache...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

MAN CLASSIFIED ADS ORGANIZATIONS! Now we come to the better half. "Every man is a volume, if you know how to read him." W. E. CHANNING, (Check with Marilyn George for page numbers.) * * * * "It is easier to know mankind in general than man individually." La ROCHEFOUCAULD (Ask Sissy McGee) * * * * "Thou has made him a little lower than Angels." _„. PSALMS VIII (How deep is the ocean?) * * * * "Man's the bad child of the universe." OPPENHEIM (Kids will be kids.) _* * ? ? "Man is a social animal." SENECA (He can be found day in and night out.) WANTED TO BUY—Heater in good condition (.45 cal. (preferred) Contact Lee Palmer. FOR SALE—ABC washer. Good condition. Makes for sanitary alphabet soup. Check with this office. FOR SALE—1941 Mercury—color red. Reason for sale: thermometer broke. Check with Kilroy. FOR SALE — Sewing machines. Guaranteed Singers (if fed bird seed). Call "Scoopy". FOR SALE—1946 Chev. pickup tr. Guaranteed to hold twenty "pickups". Call Mike Sekerak. FOR S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

THE QUESTION MARK Who pours Art Edstrom into his overalls every morning? Does Sergeant Gordon use a Schick Injector? When are we going to hear "Mule Train" playing in oui jukebox? Who is crazy about Econ ? When is Dinny (Socrates) Conahan going to invest in a windbreaker? (Or is wearing a topcoat to Gym class a fad?) What kind of tobacco does Mr. Zerbe smoke?. How many miles is it from the bottom to the top of the hill ; Who is Leroy? Does Reese Davis have any other classes than Pinochle 255: Did Burt _Mirikin paint his car in the dark? Where did Miss Phillips buy that Stanley Steamer? Did you ever see two sub debs as "Sub" as Janoski and Har-? Does Keplinger have permission to park atop the hill? How old is Sydney? Does "J" stand for Joy in M.J.B.? Is it true that Grace Heppe is still a Wildcat? Does Chad McCracken bleach his Toscannini tresses? Will Canasta ever replace Pinochle in the Snack Bar? Will Hank Ziegler ever get a girl? Who performed the art work on the road? Shal...

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