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

CAPTAINS CORAGEOUS Bill Gardner, team captain, and Jimmy Mulligan, scoring ace of the Rudmanites are caught in conversation. Planning a teriffic second semester campaign, no doubt.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

ROTC... LARRYLIDZ This semester the Collegian wil pursue a policy of featuring one oi the departments or programs in eluded in the curriculum or under th< jurisdiction of the Pennsylvania State College in Hazleton. We will preseni the past achievements and propose< projects of these departments along with some of the human interest high lights of each. In this issue we wit feature the military side of the curriculum—the compulsory elementarj R.O.T.C. courses. The Scope The Reserve Officers' Training Course is indeed a compulsory course for all Freshman and Sophomore male students who qualify physically. Many people are under the impression that the work covered in class pertains only to military life and miltary courses. This is a common falla-:y as the veteran Rotocee student will ?ladily testify. The R.O.T.C. manual ncludes many things that are equally ipplicable to the life of a civilian as to the life of a soldier. First aid, ma] reading, and life-saving ar...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

WELCOME MILTON HENRY PAVLICK "It pays to wait" seems to be th< key to success for our widowed moth er, Penn State." It seems that afte_: suffering the pangs of widowhood she has decided to tie the knot again This time the bridegroom is Miltor Eisenhower. The name Eisenhowei brings to mind Milton's brother, "Ike,1 ' a general of war time fame, now retired as head of Columbia University. Milton is known for his ability to make friends with students by chatting informally on the campus with them, and his famous "open door policy" where students are free to consult him at any time. Public speaking seems to have a great demand for Milton; this is only natural for he is one of-it's top organizers. He likes to paint with water colors and oils when time allows. At home he enjoys playing Bach and Beethoven on the electric organ. A very rabid sport fan, he injured a leg when he became excited during a basketball game last year at Kansas. While attending Kansas State hi was city...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

A Tale of 2 Cities" HUC ENTERTAINS POTTSVILLE ROOTERS Immediately after the Hazleton-Pottsville basketball game Monday, February 22, an informal party and dance was held in the lounge and snack bar here at Highacres. Details of the game, won by HUC, appear on the sports page. The details of the "Welcome Pottsville" party include bus transportation which was furnished out to the campus from the A. D, Thomas School gym. A "midnight snack" at ten o'clock was prepared by one of the kitchen staff — she won't allow her name to be used—but the barbecue wasn't bad. Dancing to the music of Miss Garbrick's "juke box" was enjoyed and much conversation, intellectual and otherwise, was exchanged. The Pottsville and Hazleton Undergraduate centers have staged reciprocal"welcomes" following basketball games for the past several years. These welcomes are unique to us in that they are our only contact with a brother institution. The enjoyment and broadening of contacts which this affair affor...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

YORK ROOTERS WOW HAZLETON An impressive display of solidarity and team spirit greeted those few Hazleton rooters who were on hand to witness the York-HUC battle on Saturday night, February 25. When a team travels approximately 150 miles to play a game in a conference which they have already won, and its rooters far outnumber the home-town fans—that's enthusiasm. The fired York students organized a band and marched noisily around the gym floor. The band uniforms were a bit unorthodox — shorts, long underwear, brogues, tuxedos, swords, ad infinitum .... but the total effect was very comical. Scores of student and adult rooters kept things moving all through the bitterly contested _game. The margin of victory of York's basketeers wasn't large. How large might it have been if there were an squal number of Hazleton rooters to _balance the cheers? And thereby hangs the tale.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

fi~i- i (Hi ii 11 urn mini i _^ i i ij _, i .,. -, jl _Youa Date Book) \ We print herewith the Official College Calendar,to inform our readers of the exact dates of. a few important occasions: April 4 — Tuesday .... Spring recess begins 4:30 p.m. April 11—Tuesday.... Spring recess ends 8:30 a.m. May 30 — Tuesday Memorial Day recess. June 1—Thursday.... Second semester classes end 4:30 p.m. June 2 — Frilay.... Final exams begin 8:30. June 10 —- Saturday.... End of second semester 4:30' p.m.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

First Semester Dean's List and Honor Students Mr. _Goss has released the first semester grade averages and the Dean's List and Honor Roll.... The following "brain trusts'' have attained a scholastic average of 3.00 for the first semester: Nancy Baran, Grace Bendalin, Betty Harlor, Veronica Petak, James Prete, Jean Sutliff, Hubert Zilkoski. These students have attained a 2.50 average to merit inclusion on the Dean's List: John Laubach, Jean Lovrinic, Keen Buss, Joan Lee, Ellis Kocher, William Koehler, John McNally, Lewis Garrison, John Oleksa, John Prehanty, Francis Kapes_, George Miller, Walter Stone, Frank Thomson, Michael San' (Continued On Page Three)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

4 . a. Elections Will Be Held The balloting for selection of candidates to fill several offices vacated last semester is being held Tuesday, March 7, and Wednesday, March 8. The actual voting will take place in English composition and literature classes. Any student who is not enrolled in either composition or literature classes can obtain a ballot in the Hall of "Old Main." + f

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

Quotations "He that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow."—Eeclesiastes I. 18 (We all are rather happy) "Know thyself"—Socrates (How do you do?) "The only good is knowledge, and the only evil is ignorance." —Diogenes (Study your Chem like a good little boy!)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

ON LEGS AND CONTESTS The Collegian has received an anonymous note suggesting that it sponsor a school-wide contest to determine which of our co-eds has the most beautiful legs. Strangely enough or perhaps not so strangely the handwriting seems to be a woman's. A committee has been appointed to study the proposal. Any volunteers? We hope that we are not going too far "out on a limb" with this matter

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

A MODEST PROPOSAL Students, administrators, and faculty members all agree that some form of all-college assembly is desirable, eve,n necessary, in any school. I quote from page 12 of The Pennsylvania State "College Bulletin for Credit Centers "Assembles—Provision is made in each Center for regular student assemblies planned arid conducted by the student .bodies. Programs of interest, featuring student presentations, educational motion pictures, prominent speakers, and the like, will be presented throughout the College year." We have never had an all-college meeting yet. There are two concrete obstacles to any form of school meeting here at the Hazleton Center—namely; the time and the place. Up until the present time these two considerations have preven' ted any such program; but even concrete can be blasted with dynamic planning and action. The following suggestions are offered, not as a panacea, but rather as an example of what might be done. The time... Because the class s...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

no [ rc ®^ One of the major cigarette companies was generously handing out samples. We can't mention the brand name but some "lucky" students managed to garner more than one pack. * * • Ray Bodner_'s Valentine Party seemed to be two floors below the school-sponsored affair. • # * Miss Garbrick has evidently added a new musical instrument to her repertoire — the castanets. She's quite good. _* • * ' Sissy and Beau have replaced Hank and Joyce as "Highaeres Honeys." * • • Rpllie Turnbach manages to coax his "Green Monster'' through the storms all the way from Sheppton every day. * * * George and Charlie have developed into real short-order men in short order. * * * The cheers were heart-warming when John Adams brought the first busload of eight o'clock commuters all the way to the door of "Old Main." Why didn't someone think of it before? * * * Chad McCracken seemed to have appointed himself "Ambassador of Good Will" to the visiting Pottsville co-eds. * * * The phone for s...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

Library Operates At Full Capacity Rules and Regulations Mrs. Harrison s return to school has enabled the library to be opened with all facilities available. The following information is offered with the hope that it will aid in your fuller use of our newly opened reading rooms. "A library — a collection of books and similar material organized and administered for reading and study. " The library will be open during the following hours: Monday to Friday inclusive — 8:30 a.m. until 4:30" p.m. Saturday — 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. General Rules 1. Special reserve books 'by faculty members may be taken out at 3:30 p.m. and must be returned by 9:30 the following morning. Reserve books may be taken out on Saturday morning at 11:30 a.m., to be returned the following Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. 2. Books from the general collection may be taken out for a period of two weeks. 3. Reference books are to be used only in the library. 4. Students may, at any time, make reservations for ove...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

...Or Two Last semester the Student Council had actively solicited student interest and participation in council activities by publicly posting the time of meeting arid extending a general invitation for all to attend. The _response was negligible, and wiith good reason. Council meetings are held on. alternate Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. Due to the transportation conditions, commuter students leave for Hazlet on as soon as possible a_,nd by the first means possible. The last bus is scheduled for 4:35, and the majority of students has gone before that _tjime. In a few words—it isn't plausible to expect students other than the dormitory men to remain after 4:30. If the council wants to be seen in action why not schedule a meeting for the studept lounge at some period which will cause the least inconvenience to council members ? With the wider participation of students In cquricil activities then possible, true student desires and opinions can be ascertained.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

WELCOME MILT ( Continued From Page One ) clined to disagree with him, but seldom dislike him. Even though we haven't seen much of him because he doesn't officially become president until July, we are certain that a finer choice could not have been made.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

"We know what we are, but know not what we may be."—Shakespeare (What curriculum are you in?)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

"Strange how much youVe got to know before you know how little you know."—Anonymous

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

hazleton HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE Highaeres, R. D. 1, Hazleton, Pa. STAFF EDITOR JOHN MOONEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR, this issue LARRY LIDZ WRITERS: HENRY PAVLICK. DAVE EVANS, JEANNE McGRORY FRANK FELLIN, AAARION JANOSKY SPORTS :.,.. RALPH PERILLA PHOTOGRAPHER HAROLD FILBERT Wtt collegian

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

What To Do If It Rains CHAD McCRACKEN To ponder the question, "What'll we do if it rains?" Is hardly a task For a person with brains. But to seek a solution I'll gladly try; For "having no brains,'1 I quite qualify. So here are suggestions You may not have heard, Though they seem just as natural As the flight of a bird. First, we have the invention That is named "Parasol," Which gives some protection From the drops as they fall. Then, there are the shelters That man has made That serve equally well For dryness or shade. (Of course if it's lightning, That one really fears; He could wear lightning rods Over his ears.) Again—On a picnic If you're near a river, You can jump in the water At the first Heavenly Quiver; Then with Thumb-nose salute, You pull in your head And not mind the raindrops For soon you'll be dead. The things are so numerous That a person can do, It seems to be silly To state them to you: But one final suggestion—Dig a hole in the sod, Jump in it head first, 1...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

The Activities Top priority for future projects is given to instruction and practice on the rifle range. When "Old Man Winter'' breaks uip, the sergeants intend to have every cadet participate in this marksmanship program. Different types of weapons will be included in the program. The M-l rifle will be the most important. The uniforms for the two units arrived at the end of the first semester, barely in time for the Military Ball. Jack Sipple reigned as King; his Queen was an obscure beauty from Bethlehem. The Mrs. Gordon and Flartey presided as judges. The cadets take a lot of ribbing when they wear their uniforms to class from non-Rotoceers, male and female. While on the topic of uniforms it would be appropriate to mention that the uniform must be worn ¦with full regard to regulations at all times. These promotions were announced, affective February 16, 1950. Air Henry Zigler to 1st Lt. Ellis Kocher to 2nd Lt. Michael Sekerek to 2nd Lt. John Schaff er to 2nd Lt. Robert Antone...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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