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

FRUSTRATION We have a new campus, oh, isn't that fine; But between you and me, for the old school I pine. No parking troubles, no hills to climb, No missing busses departing on time. It seems that the schedule was designed to confuse, For the rooms designated weren't ready to use; Chem Lab was a structure consisting of walls, "Old Main" was remodeled with unfinished halls. Here up on the mountain, so close to the blue, One thing we do have is an excellent view. But take me away from this high _^ godly perch; Back to the old place at Walnut and Church.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

IT'S ALL YOURS! This year your student newspaper, The Collegian, is in fact a student newspaper. The staff is composed only of students, the policy is made by students, and it is published for the students. We want to reflect and assist in any way possible the views and aims of all of the sophomores and freshmen. The staiff will welcome suggestions, gripes (legitimate) and any contributions made sincerely in the interest of an alert, well-informed student body. This will be our guiding policy.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

Do You Know Your Sports? This sports quiz has been designed to test your knowledge of present and past sport facts. Are you ready? Let's go! 1. What prominent backfield ace of, yesteryears was' known as the "Galloping Ghost"? A. Red Grange. B. Dave O'Brien. C. Tommy Harmon. 2. Who was the first negro baseball pitcher to enter into Major League cimpetition? A. Jackie Robinson. B. Dan Bankhead. C. Larry Doby. 3. Which Army cadet was referred to as "Mr. Inside" during the West Point reign in '43, '44, and '45? A. Arnold Tucker. B. Glenn Davis. C. Doc. Blanchard. 4. Who did Joe Louis defeat to capture the heavyweight championship of the world ? A. James Braddock. B. Jack Dempsey. C. Gene Tunney. 5. Who is the present coach of the Penn State varsity football squad? A. Jie Bendek. B. Lou Little. C. Frank Leahy. 6. Who was recently selected "rookie of the year " in the American League ? A. Jerry Coleman. B. Roy Seivers. C. Alex Killner. 7. What famous negro singer was i famous footba...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

HUCKSTERS OPEN SEASON NOVEMBER 23 Amid the final stretch of the football season, the Hazleton Undergraduate Center will open their cage season at the A. D. Thomas gymnasium on November 23 against a powerful alumni squad. Greeted by forty-five candidates on the opening practice session, October 10, Coach Rudman was impressed with the available material. Practice sessions are being held three times a week under the tutelage of Coach Rudman and his able assistant Johnny Apichella. The squad is shaping tip nicely, and competition for the first five is very keen. Outstanding prospects vying for the first five slots are George Woods, Billy Gardener, Zach Taylor, Walt Stanek, Leon Lefkowitz, Bill Habel and Jimmy Mulligan. The remaining player, however, can't be counted out of the running, for, as Coach Budman says, "Each man will have equal opportunity to show his ability. The starting five won't be determined until game time." TENTATIVE SCHEDULE November 23—Alumni. *Decem'ber 9—...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

THE FINE ART OF STUDY After I received that bluebook i Comp 5, with the large red _inscrij tion, quote, "69—You can do bette than that!", I decided that I coulc My mind was made up; now to selec the most scientific and thorough wa to carry out this decision. I visited the office of the Studen Counseling Service. Mr. Krecker lis tened sympathetically to my probler and promptly proceded to compose . schedule which could show me how t take fullest advantage of every wak ing hour. I still don't quite under stand his scheme for studying whil asleep. With this timetable tucked se curely in my left shoe, I set off to thi library. I gathered an armful of the bes reference books including Bartlett'_i Familiar Pears, the June , 1946, issu( of Readers' Digest, an Esso road ma] of North and South Dakota, and Mis: Bonn's high school year book. : checked these volumes out (you se< this story is a fantasy), and left. Reading material, chart, now ] must get equipment! Of course 1 would...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

CHEESECAKE The First social activity of the ear sponsored by the Student Council was the Halloween dance held at, St. John's hall. A portion of our students were conspicious by their absence, but those present had a fine evening of entertainment. Gallons of cider flowed, cans of pretzels emptied, and the dancers wore themselves out. If the non-dancing students will avail themselves of Syd Rudman's Thursday afternoon dance club, the membership of the stag "herd" roaming forlornly around the dance floor edges will drop convincingly. Every student who has paid his SGA fee supports these dances, so why not come to your own party? Make your plans now for the Thanksgiving dance on Tuesday, November 22. How about ft—a record turnout and one hundred per cent participation in Tuesday evening's festivities ?

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 November 1949

Why don't you ask Emerson Knyrim to tell you the difference between a turtle and a mountain goat? Who reads these questions anyway? A large- portion of the Highacres student body attended the Penn State Vs. Temple game last Saturday. Burt Minkin seems to .be making a hobby out of getting into traffic accidents.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 December 1949

CILUIB IflLUSli the Christmas spirit. Ihe rendezvous will be _^ about 9 p. m. at the Altamont. THE DANCING CLUB .... Under the guidance of Syd Rudman the Dancing Club has organized and elected the following officers: President, Bruce Lustgarten; Viee-President, Andrew Tait; Secretary-Treasurer, Cleo Taylor. Ail styles of dancing are being taught to novices and advanced students alike. How is your rhumba? Can you waltz — it's coming back! The club meets every Thursday from 4:30 to 6.30 in the Botany Ballroom.. Put on your dancing slippers and _eomo t) the meeting next Thursday. DER SCHNITZEX.BANK VERE1N . . . . At the last German Club meeting on December 7, plans for participation in the _language clubs festival were made. The club also discussed _correspondence with the Gi'rman Youth at Angsburg, Germany. This is a part of the 'iouth Helps Youth" project wftich has "In* _intercxrhange of knowledge between Gorman and American students as its function. THE MUMMY CLUB .... Our ow...

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

Hucksters Fall; Friday, Xmas Ball Annual Xmas Semi-Formal At Altamont The Christmas Ball will be held this week on Friday night at the Hotel Altamont. This affair is the traditional dance sponsored by the Social Activities committee of the Student Council. Arrangements for the dance are nearly completed. The main ballroom will be available for dancing to the music of Scotty Parsons' Orchestra. The decorations will of course ha_^'e the holidays as their theme and there will be refreshments. Dancing is scheduled from 9 to 12 p. m. Come to the ball and have yourself one.

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

XMAS CAPERS Would you like an old-fashioned Christmas' in a large stone mansion with hundreds of friends gathered around a blazing fireplace, singing carols and wrapping presents? It can happen here — and it will — if you will arrange to be present in the student lounge on Tuesday night, December 19, about 7:30 ip. m. There is no specific program of entertainment planned; it is to be just an informal get-together. Here are the details: The entire student body is invited to meet in the lounge on Tuesday night. The Penn State chorus will be on hand to lead the singing of carols and will render several other selections. It has been suggested that each student purchase a small gift, not more than fifty cents in value, for a child. These gifts will be wrapped at the carol sing — materials will be available. These gifts will be donated to the Salvation Army for distribution to needy children. If you can't come to the party, bring in a small gift to school, anyway; it will prove that...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 December 1949

HUC PLAYS HOST The Hazleton Center will be host to a noted authority on the civilization and culture of the ancient Egyptians, when Dr. Hermann Ranke of Philadelphia visits here to lecture. This scholar of early Egyptian life has graciously accepted the invitation of our Amateur Egyptologist's Society (vulgarly referred to as "The Mummy Club" to impart some of his findings to its members. Mr. James steeie, the club advisor, nas arranged the details for Dr. Ranke's stay. Dr. Ranke has been associated with two of the finest universities known: the University of Heidelberg, Germany, and the University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. He is the acting curator of the Egyptian Department of Penn's museum at present. The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides and should prove to be interesting and educational to any interested person. If you will arrange to be at the Hazleton YMCA on Thursday, December 15, before 7:30- p. m., you can attend Dr. Ranke 's lecture. Everyone is ...

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

Rudman's Basketeers Here are the standardbearers for the Hazleton Undergraduate Center in this year's quest for basketball honors, varsity and junior varsity. Their first home game will be on Saturday, December 17.

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

_Jiazleton the The _^U'iKiprgraauaie venter's cagefr_^c_^lped first _Jigame of _Ptansylvahia _; jams* College league play. _Theyswere_^ief eated by a strong Altoona tea|ftia| 5|he Western lair. On Wednesday_^ De<||mber 14, the Rudmanites joi|rney Sp; Schuylkill county to meet their afc||-rivals, Pottsville: The _Hazletol_, C^|er-Pottsville Center series hasial#_^ys been contested because of > _4}ie natural rivalry between the twd ieenters. In connection with this fray a "Welcome Hazleton" party and dance will be held after the game. Let's have a big turnout to cheer for Highacres!

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

LANGUAGE FESTIVAL TO BE HELD DEC. 14 On Wednesday, December 14, the three language departments, French, German, and Spanish, will hold a language festival at Highacres. This festival is the second of a series which will be presented annually by the Hazleton center. Sophomores will remember with pleasure the program presented last spring. A new policy has been adopted this year. After the short skits which each club will sponsor, refreshments will be served and music will be furnished for those who wish to dance. All who attend are assured of an entertaining and enlightening evening.

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

Kiwanis Dines At Highacres Tuesday noon finds the Hazleton Kiwanis luncheon in our own cafeteria. The changed schedule will allow for the dining facilities to be available for this service club. We welcome the Kiwanians, and hope they become well acquainted with our hilltop college.

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

Editorial EVERYBODY WALKS DEPARTMENT—The long hill leading up to the school buildings has become a monster which threatens to break up friendships, encourage revolts, start a vendetta, or sumpthin' . . . Students, I am afraid, do not like to walk. I'm sure that everyone has been reminded of the healthful effect of a brisk early morning walk at some time or other, but people just don't care about living longer with a girlish figure. I'm sure you have seen at various times the jumble of automobiles circling the campus and jutting out into the road at all sorts of angles—those people were the "lucky" ones. Obviously, there just isn't room for all of the faculty, students, staff, and delivery vehicles anywhere atop this hill. The administration has been very lenient with the two-buck fines; and students have taken advantage of this. There should be a feeling of "If he walks, we all walk," but in truth sentiment runs something like "If I can just get up the hill before the rest, I ...

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

THE REVIEWING STAND By GEORGE ST. BERNARD I've been thrown out of Engineering because my answers never seemed to agree with the calculus book. Education is far too complicated a curriculum for m y simple, pure reasoning. Medicine is just as bad, only longer. The Sciences contain too much aesthetic thinking—so I became a critic. DRAMA DRAMA .... I have selected the current screen sensation, "Mourning Becomes Electra," for appraisal at this time. The expert movie adaptation has transformed Eugene _OWeil's so-so play into a truly oh-no! picture. "MOURNING" (all critics use only one-word titles like this) is, logically, just a cheerful tale of the progress and growth of an average New England family. Very briefly: THE FATHER .... a millionaire importer who, most of the time, is serving his country in the Union Army—as a general, of course. His old, homely but somehow (I don't know how) attractive .... WIPE .... has remained at home to keep the homefireplaces burning; but carrying ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 December 1949

% Hats J_^K_^the "Jesters" for their very fin_«andling of "The Three _Cornerecr_^fcon!" Although few people realize it Mr. Steel played a very important role in the production. Sissy (Catherine Cornell) l_^cGee used our leafy friend as a prop in one scene when she very dramatically pointed to a tree in ye olde back yard (Well he is a Botany teacher) .... Wten I hear the word teacher I always remember one of my grammar school Profs., who was noted for her pencil lending anomalies (We used to call her "StuWb-Lender"). The real irony in my story lies in the fact that before she gave you the pensioned pencil, you had to fill out triplicate forms and in short sign your life away .... The subject of lending or borrowing always brings the word "MUNGER" to my mind. Munger ? ? ? ? He's a beggar with a borrower's complex who thinks he's Lucky because you have a Chesterfield. BUTT PICKERS ANONYMOUS (something new in the way of organizations) has requested that we list the following munge...

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

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

BENNY nothing but a trade school i heard a discussion between two students the other day one in engineering the other in liberal arts it was sad to hear that potential ditch digger tear the arts to pieces the colleges of today arent what they used to be in my day men went to school to broaden their minds to become well rounded out individuals oh what a shallow age you live in with your science and engineering and mechanics all they want to learn is how to do something do something exclamation point and what good does it do them sure they may get a job and make lots of money but just ask them the names of priams fifty sons or the social significance of the invention of the under water pen and they will just stare at you blankly this morning at breakfast i met a beetle who had gotten one of your modern educations he was pitiful there was never a more frusrated beetle wouldst join me in a discussion says i he turned white at the thought of discussing the metaphysical problem acco...

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