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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

Minutes of Council Meetings vities for the year. The final item of business was concerning the budget. It was decided that all clubs and organizations were to be financially independent. The meeting was then adjourned. November 7, 1949 The College Council of H.U.C. met. At this meeting three letters from the DuBois Undergraduate Center were read inviting the H.U.C. council to send five members. The president then appointed five members and faculty advisor to make the trip to Du-Bois. A financial report was then submitted on the Halloween Dance. A report was given on the social activities calendar which had been planned. A financial question was raised concerning the reservations at Du-Bois. October 19, 1948 The College Council of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center held its first meeting of the 1949-50 term at Highacres. The first issue discussed was the measure passed by the College Council of the previous year, to have a "Customs Effigy Dance". By unanimous decision, it was ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

STUDY PARTIES ARE IN VOGUE If you haven't already been doing it or made (plans to do- so—why no! investigate the "Study Party " plan of reviving dead and marshalling scattered facts? From personal observation the past several days this reporter notes that informal groups of students from one particular class have been gathering for one or two hour seminars to go over the work of the semester. This sounds like a fine way of hearing other people's viewpoints and garnering a few facts which someone else has stored in his sub-conscious. You might help someone else, too, in the process. This is just a suggestion offered in the interest of better grades for all—a truly noble motivation, no? A few details follow; and that's all the details there are, a few. Get together a group of four to six people ivho are fellow-sufferers in some :ourse (making sure at least one of the group is pulling a three), find an _3mj)ty classroom, library, table, abandoned yacht, or living room (evenings o...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

Semester Draws To a Close; Finals Begin Sat 54 Transfer .... The last regularly scheduled clasf of the 1948 Fall Semester will coim to a close at 12:20 p.m. on Saturday January 28. Final examinations wil commence shortly; in the afternoon to be exact. Last lectures are being delivered, term papers and notebooks are being whipped into shape, and much midnight oil has been ordered. All these are true portents that it will be no great length of time until the work, sweat, tears, yes, and even laughs of one-half year of college will be memories. Eveyone should, if he hasn't done so, make out a schedule of the time and place of his /particular final examination from the schedules posted prominently around the building. Do not be caught glancing furtively into every classroom, looking for familiar faces. Why not be sure ? Over fifty students, mostly sophomores, are leaving lofty Highacres for crowded Campus. Many of these bransferees are technical students who must take certain cour...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

Military Ball Will Be Held February 17th The combined air and ground units of the _Haizleton Center's ROTC classes have formulated the plans foi their annual military ball. Henry Ziegler was elected chairman of the entire affair and the following committee chairmen were appointed: Jack Sippel—publicity. George Scheers—tickets. Aaron Lintz—entertainment. The dance will begin at nine o'clock on the evening of February 17, Friday, and will continue until twelve. Art Wendel's aggregation of musicians will supply the melodies for tripping the light fantastic. There will be an admission charge—$2.00 iper_'couple. It is expected that both Air and Grounl units will have received their uniforms by that time and that the dance will be the usual colorful spectacle of military splendor. Remember, Friday night, Feb. 17. Bring your girl, your uniform, and two bucks.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

HONORS ARE EXPLAINED For the benefit of new students and to jog the memory of secondyear internees, the method of computation of honor students' lists is herewith presented: THE DEAN'S LIST includes that multitude of prospective Bachelors whose average is 2.5 or above. HONOR STUDENTS probably includes the rest of the student body since the requirements for inclusion in this group are but one: a 2 average. When the final marks for the semester are sent to your home, just bake these instructions in hand, add up your total marks and divide by bheir number.... Which of the two groups did you land in?

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

SYD'S FOLLY not cooperate long enough to show that there was no practical way to fill the sloping abyss with water if it had. It _appears that all skating will have to be on banana peels—anyway, it was exercise for the Phys Ed classes. Who is going to tear it down when "warm'' weather comes? The young men pictured above, standing ankle deep in mud, are trying to dramatize the unique situation which resulted from a skating pond which has never seen ice. Mr. Rudman's intentions were, no doubt, of the highest sort when the Student Skating Pond was gleefully planned and cheerfully constructed. It seems, however, that the weather just would

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

CLUB NEWS Mummy Club: The Amateur Egyptologist's Society under the advisorship of Mr. James R. Steel, Jr., held a meeting oh Tuesday, January 17, 1950 and plans for the annual banquet were discussed. It was decided bo hold a buffet luncheon at Our House Restaurant on Tuesday, January 24, 1950. The Women's Organization met on Monday, January 16, at which time Miss Margaret Minnig of the Plain Speaker-Standard Sentinel spoke. THE MUMMY CLUB held a " gala banquet and entertainment" Tuesday night at the Our House Restaurant.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

Student Parking The Safety Committee of the Hazleton Center consists of five faculty members and three student members. The faculty members are Miss Wood, and Messers Ward, Plartey, Carr and Krecker. The student members are Messers Chomicky, Laubach and Lustgarden. The student members are assigned to this committee by Student Council. The functions of the Safety Committee are to look into and regulate all matters on the campus which in any way may have an adverse effect on life or property. The regulation of automobile traffic is only one of the responsibilities within the jurisdiction of this Committee. The Committee wished to express its gratitude to the great majority<of students who have adhered to the present regulations which had to be hastily drawn out of sheer necessity. There have been, however, a few students who have made themselves obnoxious by taking for themselves certain privileges which their fellowstudents have shunned for the common good. For the ben...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

Council Minutes (Continued From Page One) greed upon to change the meeting day to the first and third Wednesdays of each month. December 7, 1949 The proposed trip to DuBois was the first item of business discussed at this meeting. Due to unfavorable weather conditions the council members agreed to forego the trip. The motion that the trip may be set aside for the purchase of a radio for the student lounge was unanimously passed. The condition that the radio must be purchased by the end of the spring semester was included. The issue of Christmas decorations was then discussed. Ten dollars was appropriated for this purpose. One council member was appointed to contact Mr. Kreeker concerning study aid classes in view of the fact that each student is averaging one subject failure. eluded the sending of a condolence bouquet to Owen Schneider. It was decided by the Council that part-time students can ,pay the full $7.50 SGA fee to attend all social activities, jor can pay for each ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

A Letter From Three Guys Since the official opening of Highacres the chief topic of contention has been the parking lot. So far it's been like the weather, everyone talks about it, but no one does anything about it. I can blame neither students nor faculty for this situation, but rather, either shares the blame equally. To illustrate, today I had parked my car in the assigned part of the lot, but when I tried to leave at noon, my path was blocked by the car of another student (probably one of those who cry the loudest). When I confronted a Faculty Safety Committee member with this, his attitude was one of aloofness. He explained that the parking lot was Mike's responsibility, not his. Thus, the door was politely but firmly closed on me. This is not an isolated incident. The Safety Committee is very active on the top of the hillbut what of the parking lot? What is going to foe done about (this ? Signed, . . . _DISGRUINTED

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

The end of the Pall semester of 1949 is upon us. It marks a milestone in the college student's academic life everytime another passes. Four years sounds like a very long time to spend in study and experiment in preparation of a career. . . . But each time a semester wanes you will probably find yourself wondering where those sixteen some weeks have gone. Many of our Sophomore students will transfer to the main campus, especially the technical and engineering fields. Jim Geffert ane Jeanne McGrory of the Collegian Staff will leave a wide gap of talent and effort to be filled when the 1950 Spring semester begins. The Collegian extends congratulations to everyone winding up this semester successfully and sincere wishes for the continued good fortune of those students who will no longer walk up the long mountain road. o

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

_RAINDOM RiAMBLINGS.—What appears to be metal shelves are lying down in the shelf-less library; a report from usually reliable sources tells us that the aforementioned library will be operating at full capacity for the spring semester. Do you know we have a distinguished after dinner speaker in our faculty midst ? The parking ban is being strictly enforced. Three members have been added to the Safety Committee—dorm"students. Their appointment gives the whole program a more democratic air — students giving tickets to other students. Heard everywhere . . . . "how can I remember everything from the beginning of the semester?" .... "Final exams belong to the Dark Ages." . . . Think I'll change my curriculum." . ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

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 JEANNE McGRORY_, CHAD McCRACKEN SPORTS EDITOR RALPH PERILLA WRITERS ANN PE1FER_, BETTY HARLOR, MARION JANOSKY PHOTOGRAPHER HAROLD FILBERT HAZLETONUlU

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

James Geffert "Plain or whole wheat?" the waiter called with his sweated brow glittering in the gas light. "No bread!" (the answer hit the four walls and then bounced suddenly up to the waiter). "No bread — how can you eat a salami sandwich without bread??" — the waiter mumbled to himself —¦ "These college boys are a skimping lot — but then there is a how about it." Few lashes were arched over this seemingly revolutionary development for most of the patrons themselves were going through the same growing pains — money and college (or putting the cart before the horse) college and money. The gas lamp which was hanging from the ceiling in the center of the chow-house left a few of the corners with only scanty lighting, and in one of these corners our hero, Bill, was enjoying his shrimp with three delightfully attractive females. Bill—not "just plain Bill" but the Bill who could pay his bills — was simply a "John D" with a freshman dink. I thought the local dry-goods clerk had ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

Find the Furniture College Council President Frank DeFluri, has written an explanation for the missing student lounge furniture. We present it here—On December 16, 1949, the students here at the center noticed that the lounge was minus much of the new leather upholstered furniture. There was much speculation as to why and how the furniture was removed. Here are the reasons: On December 15 it was noticed by the school administration that one of the two-seated couches had a leg broken off. Both of the" two-seated couches were torn in the back. In the snack bar two of the booths were completely wrecked, the tables were torn from the wall and (posts. As you have probably noticed, the paper drapes on the snack bar windows had to be taken down because of the abuses given them. Also, we had an exceptionally fine piano in the lounge. Do you know what happened to it ? It was removed because the students ignored the plea, "Please do not put books on the piano top!" In order to protect t...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

The 6-Legged Misanthrope archy just came running in here he was suffering from extreme shock what happened i asked its the end a catastrophe those humans have gone too far this time he screamed ive put up with a lot from those bungling fools but this is the limit what happend i pleaded please tell me well i went down to the wine cellar of this nightmare alley of a college i innocently expected to get a little nightcap what did i find question mark a library and not even a decent library but one without books how ridiculous can this so-called higher animal get he takes a good thing like a wine cellar and trys to turn it into a library wont man ever learn he once tried to use a roman bath as a railroad station what a sore sight that is calm yourself i said but he was off again once i formed an organization called the worm turnverein he said i told my followers to arise why should we be tramped on and ignored by that two-legged race of dreamers action is what we want but before w...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

BENNY Jeanne McGrory the other day an enormous cochroaeh staggered up to me my name is archy he said ive been waiting to meet you you thief you plagarist listen you frustrated alcoholic i said do you think that i with my lofty themes would steal the work of a fugitive from the eighteenth ammendment i am writing for the intelligentsia the future leaders of the world how naive can a person be he interrupted he then proceeded to read some of my work forgive me he said when he finished it was silly of me to worry that your work could be mistaken for mine literary values havent deteriorated that much and with that he bowed tipped his derby and tottered out benny

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

HUC Hardwood Heartbreaks Because many students have asked for a fuller and more comprehensive coverage of the _(Hazleton Center's only organized representative in the sports "world.—the basketball team—and the necessary concentration of interest on that team, we are presenting a short review of the entire cage campaign to date, including Pennsylvania Junior College Conference frays and exhibition games. The Hucksters warmed up for the season by surprising the experts with a mild upset of a strong alumni aggregation. The rather disappointing story of HUC's court wars follows: HUC 47 — Altoona 58 The first Junior College Conference game for the Rudmanites ended in their defeat at the hands of last year's league champs. The Hazleton team was unable to cope with Hank Goldberg, Altoona's star center, who garnered 25 . points for himself in the night's outstanding individual performance. Jimmy Mulligan's fourteen points earned him the top scoring honors for HUC. The long trip to A...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

BENNY (Continued From Page Three) the country benny why dont we reorganize what i cried and lose my only source of amusement id go crazy if i couldnt watch humanity mess up the world be patient at the rate theyre going it wont be long before theyll be glad to get the earth off their hands so he left appeased but not convinced benny *Those readers who enjoy this style and would like to see justice done to it are referred to Don Marquis' "Archy and Mehitabel".

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 27 January 1950

Cage Calculations The Collegian has compiled unofficial statistics of the besketball campaign and we present them here: F.G. Fls. Pts Mulligan 50 12 112 Lefkowitz 35 32 102 Gardner — 36 22 94 Taylor 36 11 83 Woods - 17 . 14 48 Stanek 9 23 41 Sippel — 15 7 37 Hutvan 10 2

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