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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

HONOR STUDENTS (Continued From Page One) ko. Honor Students—2.3: Arthur Williams, Arthur Snyder, George' Janovich, Seymour Lazarus, Frank Yurkoski, Kathleen Midash_, John Mooney, Ralph Perilla. 2.10: Mary Bommer, Harold Kramer, Robert McHale, Giles Ross, Thelma Schade, Edmund ZellneT, Nancy Byorick, John Griesing, Dolores McGee, David Renshaw, Andrew Reiznick, Julia Allen, Emil Hutyan, Dolores Kobrick, Jeanne McGrory, Frank De-Fhiri, Marilyn George, Dorothy Claypotch, Scott Dotterer, Lawrence Honis, George Welkie, Benjamin Eshleman, Myron Kornfeld, Dale Springer. 2.00: John Krause, Steve Pispeky, John Zamba, John Wersinger, Robert Antonelli, Albert Ballots, Regina Herschel, John Hoegg, Joseph Kowalchik_, James Mulligan, George Pavuk, Bernard Rachilla, James Rubinate, Emil Schott.

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

The Instructors ROTC (Continued From Page One) Sergeant Joseph P. Flartey, the future airmen's instructor, entered the Air Corps before Pearl Harbor and was a member of the 12th Air Force during the war. He saw action in the Mediterranean area during, the North Afr ican, Sicilian, and Italian campaigns. In 1945 Sergeant Flartey became Mister Flartey but he retained his new title for only a year and a half. He reenlisted in 1947. He now lives in an apartment at 221 East Green Street in Hazleton. I Master Sergeant Gordon, ground forces head, is a long way from home at present. His home is in Owensboro, Kentucky, but he was born and raised in Salem, Indiana. Like Sergeant Flartey he entered the Army before Pearl Harbor. As a member of Patton's 3rd Army he served in England, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Germany. He now resides in Hazleton with his wife, and at present there are | no future Private Gordons.

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

Army Emerson Knyrim to 1st Lt. George Sheers to 1st Lt. Myron Kornfeld to S/FC. Charles Hall to S/FC. Bruce Lustgarden to Sgt. Ralph Perilla to Sgt. Ernest Schoenberger to Cpl. Walter Stanek to Cpl. It should be brought out that every effort is made to cooperate with the other departments of the college in the attainment of the object of military instruction. Also the methods of instruction are applicable to civil as well as military careers, and will serve to increase business efficiency and economic value through habits of _abedience, discipline, self control, ;eamwork, and responsibility. Charac-;er and leadership development is emphasized throughout the course. Disjiplinary training is a prerequisite to ;he development of both character ind leadership.

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

THE DRAMATIC CLUB Miss Campbell has announced that the selection of the spring semester drama has been made. The Jesters will produce and stage Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest.'' This play is a comedy-farce in three acts, and it includes many gems of Mr. Wilde's wit and humor. The tryouts for parts are taking place in the dining room between 7 and 8:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, March 6 and 7. These tryouts are not limited to members of the Dramatic Club—anyone with a smattering of talent and a lot of interest is invited to participate. It is planned that the play shall be given arena-style at Genetti's Theater-Restaurant on two evenings, April 19 and 20.

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

L A. JOHN MOONEY L. A. might mean Los Angeles, Or Limited Assignment; To me it denotes Liberal Arts, A cultural confinement. I've taken Psych, Zoology, Botany, Music, too; Philosophy and Poly Sci, And still I am not through. There's always Econ, History, German, French, and Spanish; And Speech and Sociology, From me they'll never vanish. Some Math and yet some Chemistry Are more component parts, Of this whole scheme—this "broadening thing'' —The School of Liberal Arts.

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

THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Last week the members of the International Relations Club held their weekly conclave. They extended an invitation for any interested persons to attend the discussion-meetings, and planned for a program of movies on topics of international import throughout the semester. Mr. Ralph Krecker, faculty advisor, w ill arrange for the procurement of these timely films.

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

THE DANCE CLUB The Penn State Dance Club will hold its first meeting of this semester on Thursday, March 9, in the Botany Ballroom. The rendezvous will be in the form of a reorganizational meeting, and new members will be especially welcome. Mr. Rudman, club advisor, has stated that many different types of dances will be covered this semester. That's Thursday, March 9, inB-101 at 4:30.

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

FASHION NEWS The fashion department receives many requests for advice on this new French hair cut business so we introduce the "Bold Look" or what the campus king and queen will wear. As you can see for yourself "She's lovely, She' s engaged, She uses Old Dutch Cleanser." We believe these two happy little 1 will start a new trend; they wear the same hair-do to show they are keeping steady company so how about it, you lovers, do you want to be "Old Fashioned?"

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

"For .knowledge, too, is itself a power." —' Bacon (Especially around finals time).

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

GET IN THE BALL GAME Baseball seems to be the greatest outlet for our energies. Some of us participate, others spectate, but we are held in some sort of bondage to this sport. Maybe we are proud be_^ cause it is an American invention and sit back smugly to watch the whole world ado.pt it as a part of their lives, as we have. With all due respect to the forthcoming season, yours truly would like to present a resume of how to put your profile in Baseball's Hall of Fame—1950 style. In the bubble-gum era of today traditions are broken and old laws are abandoned to streamline this project. A uniform is necessary to be gin with. The louder it is, the better. But this suit must come from a reliable source, say Esquire, and be made of the finest material possible. Still it must be light for warm weather, must be able to stand up under adverse conditions, hold a crease well, look neat, be comfortable and, by all means, must appeal to the ladies. The undergarments are specially design...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 March 1950

L. I. U. WILL BE LAST FOE The Hazleton Center basketball team will play the last game on the 1949-50 schedule when they tangle with the Long Island University Freshman Basketball team. The game will be the first of two attractive pairings at the Hazleton High School Gym on March 13. The Penn State tossers have competed in this Dream Game preliminary several years straight and have never failed to provide a thrilling contest against some top-flight competition. Last season the HUCsters faced the Temple freshmen in the Dream Game and handed that highly touted Temple aggregation their first defeat of the season. Syd's boys would like nothing better than to send the LIU' frosh back to Long Island City minus their scalps. LIU has continually been one of the country's basketball powerhouses, and their renowned coach, Clair Bee, is sure to have a well drilled aggregation. Two of Long Island's men are certain to stand out in the night's proceedings — Felix Raymond, sixfoot-ten scori...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

EASTER-SPRING VACATION IS HERE _±- Six Days of Leisurely Lolling Indicated Shortest Week Of Year Now Begins Like an oasis in the middle of the Sahara, the spring vacation has come in the middle of the semester. This will be a greatly-appreciated stop for the travellers judging from comments of the camel drivers. Students can level in the luxury of six days without additional assignments 1 and recover from ', the effects of Miad-semester exams_. This mid-season stopover is usually the time for renewed promise to one's self of harder and snore intelligent study. In short, the famous saying of this period will be something like, "I hereby promise to myself that I will (faithfully and dilligently do all of the assignments; even keep ahead of the class. I will now buckle down and raise those eight week grades to 'threes.' All it takes is a little.will power, and I can do it!" A note of caution—^the oasis simile _^ was meant to be literary only, not iie->**i' cessarily indi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

Mooney, Gallagher And McGee Win Election "Shades of St. Patrick" The elections which were held to fill the positions vacated at the end of the first semester resulted in the following selections: John Mooney—President of the Sophomore Class. Neil Gallagher — Sophomore Class Council Member. Dolores Kobrick — Sophorore Class Secretary. Eid McGee — Freshman Class Secretary. The most outstanding aspect of this "election " was the fact that the only office which was contested by another candidate was that of the Sophomore President. The rest of the budding politicians of the student body must have fallen asleep.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

JESTERS DRILL DILLIGENTLY By DAVE EVANS The {Penn State Center's Dramatics Club is holding long and hard rehearsals to whip into shape theii spring presentation, "The Importance of Being Earnest." This comedy will be presented on two consecutive evenings, April 19 and 20, at Genetti's Theater - Restaurant. "Importance" will be staged in arena style. The story revolves around the fact that Gwendolyn - and Cecily have fallen in love with the name of Ernest and have decided that they will not marny anyone /with another name. Because they are in love with these girls, Algy and Jack both pretend to be named Ernest. All of which leads to many complicated situations and produce one of the sophisticated comedies for which Oscar Wilde is so famous. Cast Of Characters Jack Worthington—David Evans " Algy Moncreif—Timmy Gillett Gwendolyn—Dolores McGee Lady Bracknell—Dolores Kobrick (Continued On Page Four) _ws

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

Council Attends Harrisburg Confab The Student Council of the Hazle-Penn State Center attended anlhter-- Center conference in Harrisburg on March 17, 18 and 19. This . meeting was called by the Inter-Center Gottncil to discuss- and draw up a basic constitution to serve as a model for all of the various Penn State Centers. Erie, Pottsvjite, Harrisburg and Hazleton were represented at this conference. A rough draft of this basic constitution was compiled and is being discussed and modified to meet the needs of the individual centers by their respective councils. More on this document will be released later after due deliberation and modification.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

IF WINTER COMES Can Spring Be Anywhere Near? Winter — on the calendar — has come and gone; spring is here in all of its invigorating glory — on the calendar also. As of the date of this writing, the campus and woods surrounding "Old Main" resemble a Walt Disney setting or a Christmas Card. (Continued On Page Four)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

Convocation Plans Being Laid Planning for the Annual Convocation Exercises to be conducted at the close of the academic year is now in the early hatching stage. Mr. Arthur Carpenter is in charge of arrange ments for this exercise. He ihas announced that convocation—^our own little graduation-type affair —will take place on Sunday afternoon, June 4,, at Highacres. The plan is for the ceremonies to be staged out of doors, weather permitting.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

teacher / That is the On Good and Bad What do we look for in a good problem which this article will air. Our staff put this question directly to the students, and these are the resultant answers: Understanding: consideration, courtesy, patience, open-mindedness, broad-mindedness, sympathy, and understanding of the individual problems of the student. Instructors evidently are to be father-confessors at large. A teacher has approximately one hundred students, and he is supposed to understand every one of them. A psychriatrist takes his patients one at a time and collects twenty-five dollars per visit. Teachers' salaries don't come anywhere close to that. Only a few of the students queried even mentioned the instructor's knowledge of the subject. This must be the most important consideration. The greatest teachers in early times, like Aristotle, or of more recent years, John Dewey, were people who did research in their chosen fields, rather than on their students. The term "schol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

\0_fM, _^ pfilafcjnfc_^T_^_tp_^ _MjJ If you bought a new spring suit recently, it probably was priced at less than one hundred dollars. It is safe to bet that for this hundred-dollar purchase you went to great length to select just the right color and type of material; you had the suit fitted and tailored; in short—you made sure that you got your "money's worth." How about your college education? Are you getting your money's worth out of it? Do you realize how much it costs, in termis of money, for your four-year college degree. The tuition charges are relatively low here at our state-subsihfchdized institution, but living costs are always constant. At a nominal rate of one thousand dollars per year, subsistence, plus approximately five hundred dollars per year in actual costs, the price of your degree is tagged at six thousand dollars. There is another factor to be considered, though,—loss of wages, if you actually had gone to work instead of continuing your education. At a...

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