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

"PHYS ED11 In accord with our policy of featuring one of the deportments or divisions of our school, we present a story of the department which is unknown to the veteran and girl stud ents, but near and dear to the hearts of the non-veteran men—The Physical Education Department. Ringmaster, bossj man, and guiding light of this subject is Mr. Syd Rudman—everyone knows Syd—he needs no introduction, but we will tell you a little more about him later in this article. The main tent for Syd's performances is the "Athletic Field;"— right now it is a glorified parking lot with one end enclosed by mud banks. These mud banks were to surround an ice skating pond for winter recreation and exercise, but the story of the "Skating " is already famous. First we'll look into past accomplishments: For many months now, the students of Phys Ed have been supplied with natty Nittany lion outfits, properly labeled sweat suits. It was very apparent when these suits arrived last fall, "Penn State" s...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

WILKES BUILDS NEW GYM Wilkes-CoUege of _WilkesnBarre, Fa. has begun the erection of a quartermillion dollar gymnasium. Plans call for its entire completion in seven months. When finished, this edifice will be used for athletics, and as a center for other student activities. '. This project will certainly add much to the worth of the school, both physical and educational. (This article is printed ais a hint and as a matter of general information.)

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

COLLEGIAN HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE Highacres, R. D. 1, Hazleton, Pa. STAFF EDITOR JOHN MOONEY ASSISTANT EDITOR, this issue JEANNE McGRORY HENRY PAULICK, LARRY LIDZ, DAVE EVANS, MARION JANOSKY SPORTS LARRY LIDZ PHOTOGRAPHER HAROLD FILBERT ._HAZLpONUM

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

(i ifN_^ I would like to point out that this article was written after extensive research, including personal interviews and -dose observation of the techniques involved. ' Everyone is familiar, by how, with parking rules and regulations whicih govern the resting place of automobiles within the territorial confines" of Highacres. It is common knowledge, too, that any student who, with careless abandon and reckless •defiance, would venture to park his car somewhere dn the high altitudes, has irBtle chance of escaping a yellow tag which invites him to contribute two bucks to the "we'11-build-a-busstop-shelter with- thiis-money-or-youdon't-take-your-finals" fund. From the careful study which I mentioned earlier, five distinct methods have been discovered: A. THE CAMOFLAGUE METHOD. Veteran students should be good at this sort of thing, and non-veterans can catch on easily. The oar is brought to the top'of hill near one of the _ischool buildings; various boards and trailing vines a...

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

GERMAN CLUB Der Schnitzelbankverein, Highacres busy iGerman Club, has been pushing its Overseas Relief _Driveijior clothing games, books and school supplies foi the past few._dayis. The entire student body had been requested to help the club in the collection of the articles to make the drive a success. The collected articles will be distributed through a relief organization to children and students in Europe. This project has been conducted in connection with their G. Y. A. (German Youth Activities) Project of the United States Army, of _iwich Der Schnitzelbankverein has-been a member for the past 16 months. The club keeps correspondence with an individual club, DER JUNGE KREIS, in Sohwabmunchen, (Bavaria, a German student group similiar in age and interests to those here at Highacres. Der Schnitzelbankverein has also had a successful bowling party at Patty's alleys in Hazleton on Wednesday, March 29, and is planning a swimming, party for late in April with the Pottsville Cen...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

m Syd Rudman ABOUT SYD He was born in _Philadelphia ... in the twentieth century. Mr. Rudman's successive alma maters included: West Phila. High School, W. Chester State Teachers' College (one year), Penn State Colege B.S.in '42, M. Ed. in '47; finally, foe is a recent summer candidate for Doctor " of Education Degree at Pemn State. Syd was a U. S. Army Athletic Officer for three and one-foalf years; this is his fourth year in his present position at HUC. Our coach is not married—and does he make out! His other accomplishmensts: His teams have been runner-up in the State Junior College tourney twice and have hit the jackpot once. His summers are ideal vacations with pay —as athletic director at summer resorts in New York state. This summer Syd will be at the Ambassadore Hotel in Fallsburg, N. Y., with the Bradley University team as assistants. FUTURE PROJECTS: , Top priority for the next few weeks is the formation of an intra-mural Softball league. The term "intra-mu- _^...

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

First Aid Class that the season of active competition is over, Mr. Rudman is peering into the future with the hope of a more successful season next year. Walt Stanek, Zack Taylor, Jimmy Mulligan, Leon Lefkowitz, Bob Green, Jack Krause, Reese Davis, and Emil Hutyan are all first year students and may see better times in the second. This year's cage campaign, however, saw some very hard-fought, tense games against top-notch opponents. The First Aid instruction program, a part of Phys Ed 4, is another addition to this year's program. The young men swated in bandages in one of the photos are practicing the fine art of treating injuries in this "until the doctor comes" curriculum. Students who pass this course, also, will get a certificate in this from the Red Cross. The main offshoot of this department is the basketball team. ' ¦ — The coach is, naturally enough, Syd. Now

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950
Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 4 April 1950

pp! is ine _nrst tnat tne Florence's Fragile -Flowers Fade as urns year Center has ever had a Girls' Basketball Team and it is also the first year that many of the girls have ever played, we feel that perhaps the boys expected just a little too much of them. The rather dismal record follows: Two games were lost to the girls' "¦ team from Grebey Jr. High School. Two games with Misericordia were won by default. . On March 25 Misericordia played host to the _Center Co-Eds at. Dallas High School. The team went down in glorious defeat. The final score was 46 to 15. There is another game scheduled with the faculty in 'the near future but we are unable to go into details at present. ¦ The members of the team are: ( Forwards: Kathy Miiksh (captain), Margie Dickman, Dolores Swenson, Grace Bendaliaz, Joyce Bevan. Guards: Julie Allen, Joan Lee, Betty Harlor, Marie Russell. The team is coached by the very capable Florence Yannes, our school nurs_6. Miss Wood is the assistant cog_^ h, an...

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

COFFEE OR DIE The wheel of life is fastened to many spokes, one of these spokes in my life is coffee. Yet, how many of us really appreciate the fine art that produces this satiating beverage ? Over a million cups are sold daily. Coffee was served at Teheran; business contracts of fabulous amounts are decided over a cup of "Joe," then by all means, romances blossom, or alas, fade, all because of this nectar. To what avail all this? There is a very small appreciation for all the pleasure this beverage accords. There is no national -Coffe Day — no flags lowered to half-mast—no nuttin'. Now that the price of coffee has been increased steadily, . there has been a feeling of resentmnt by all, so, being a Coffee lover, I have- decided to stick to my true love in her hour of need. How many of you people can brew a good pot of "Joe" out in the wilds, away from ye olde super-duper kitchen? Not many, so lend us an ear while I divulge my deepest secret. The next time you. are camping or p...

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

Do You Wanna1 Be A Writer (And Get Paid For It, Maybe . . . ) We have received a bit of information which might possibly be of interest to someone which we will now pass on to that someone. The Columbia Broadcasting System and World Video, Inc., a leading, television producer are now conducting a nation-wide collegiate writing competition. This program, to be known as OBS Awards, will feature four monthly prizes, on each at the end of March, April, June and May. The writing must be in the form of a drama suitable for performance on TV, and the material must be strictly original. If- you manage to write such a script and it manages to' be chosen as a monthly winner, you will collect $500 or $250 in cold check, depending on whether the drama is a full hour or a half-hour production. The entries will be judged by Mr. Charles Underhdll, director of programs for OBS., Donald Davis, a dramatist and screen writer, and John Steinbeck, famous writer, — you see, you'll have to be good. ...

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

LIU Trips Hucksters In Season Finale Buck Freeman's Long Island University freshmen trimmed the Hazle> ton Undergraduate Center, 80-64, in a preliminary contest of the local Lions[ Club Dream Game. Height and reserve strength were the dominant factors in the Blackbirds victory. The nationally famous Blackbirds from New York were in a contest all evening, never actually piling up a lead substantial enough to even coast through for any part of the game. L.I.U._'s starting five were all skyscrapers; John Curry, six-four, was the shortest starting performer. Individual scoring honors went to Ray. Felix, six-foot-ten center — 22 points. Local scoring honors went to Walt Stanek, Jimmy Mulligan, and Jack Sipple, with Stanek caging 16 marks. Long Island brought with them a seven-foot-two center, Murray Tannenbaum, but whether he was brought along for comedy or for his basketball ability was a mystery to all who watched the game. The .game climaxed the season for the Budmanites,...

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

IF WINTER COMES (Continued From Page One ) There were ' very few scenes like this during the winter, but on Friday, March 24, the fourth day of Spring, this is what the campus looked like. The snowman, cannon, and Nittany Lion which were sculptured on the front lawn by unknown persons proved to be too camera shy. They hid behind banks of fog until their death at the hands of high temperatures. They were seen and appreciated by all, and their leaving us.is the one sad note on the approach of real spring weather.

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

Jesters Drill Dilligently (Continued Frofn Page One) ¦Cecily Cardew—Mary Lou Pollock Miss Prism—Betty Harlor Canon Chasuble—Neil Gallagher Lane — Bryan Keenan Heriman—Jack Miller1 Production Staff Director—Miss Margaret Campbell Assistant Director—Nancy Byorick Properties—Louisa May Lights—Bill Kohler, ANCHORS AWEIGH ... For Six Weeks The District Training Office of the Fourth Naval District has supplied the following information about the Reserve Officer Candidate- Program which the Navy is offering to eligible students: "The ROC Program offers young ' men and women a great opportunity | to become officers in the Naval Reserve. It is open only to those now attending college who are members of the Organized or Volunteer Naval Reserve. Candidates will attend two six-week summer training periods, know as the Basic and Advanced Coursse, respectively. "Both periods must be. completed prior to graduation with a bacculaureate or higher degree. Then upon completion of college, ...

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

Special Appeal TO ALL STUDENTS "Craftsman's Handbook" is missiing from the library shelves. Will the- student who removed this book kindly return it as soon as possible. Mr. Carpenter needs this volume for his classes. !

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

May Day And Semi-Formal May 26 ^__^ _ _M _^m . ¦ ¦ M _Hf ._J Friday Afternoon And Night Will Climax Year's Activities The crowning of the May Queen a sprinig-time tradition of HUC, wil take place on next Friday afternooi at three o'clock. The procession crowning, and maypole dance ar< scheduled for the campus lawn, _anc a platform will (be erected to hold the Queen's throne. In the event that the weather man does not provide a suit able setting for an outdoor ceremony the coronation will be held in Genetti's ballroom immediately preceding the dance. The Ceremony The ceremony might require a bi1 of interpretation for those unfamiliai with it. The attendants will carry the Hemlock Chain and form a path foi the Queen's entrance; next will come the flowered arches to frame her passage. After the Queen and her maid of honor have arrived, the scroll bearer "reads" the ceremony. The heart bearer brings the heart of the student body to the Queen; the key bearer presents her wit...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

. Open House and Career Day Near _ . On Friday and Saturday, May li and 13, the doors and gates of _oui elevated instiution will be throwr wide to adlnit visitors who wish t< learn more about the Penn State Cen ter in Hazleton. This program is, o: course, "Open House." On Saturdaj from 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 p. m. ai introduction to college life and curriculum for prospective students wil take place. High school seniors frorr regional schools and any other interested students will learn first hand what takes place at the center. Career counseling and other information regarding choce of a vocation will be offered. This preview of "A lay in the life of a Freshman" is known as Career Day. The open door policy will comnence on Friday at seven and visitors _svill be taken on a tour of the place jntil ten. Invitations have been particularly extended to the parents and Wends of undergraduates to get a good look at Highacres on this night, Parents who attended the previous p...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

Rain Ruins Roast But Student Spirit Spars The Student Council-sponsorei weiner roast was held on Thursda, night, April 27. A persistent series o showers, which began when the pieni did, finally caused all hands to re treat to the dry safety of the lounge Up until that time the long glowinj fire kindled by Gene Chomicky, Nei Gallagher and ambitious dorm stu dents was surrounded by _peopli bhrusting pointed sticks over it These sticks were heavily laden witl dripping hot dogs and blazing marsh mallows. Kathy Midash supervised the dishing out of the food, and Sissj McGee kept things running smoothly _especially when she prevented a _neai iraught caused by lack of paper cups, The uncooperative weather cut dowr what could have been a record attendance for a social affair but plen-;y of weiners and the trimmings were ;ucked away in student stomachs. A dance in the student lounge folowed and the large room was not learly large enough to accommodate til, but no one seemed to mind. Bea...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

The Semi-Formal On the same next Friday the Ha zleton Center will hold its owi "Prom"—the final dance of the year It will be a semi-formal affair in the Genetti ballroom. Dancing will be t< the music of Scotty Parson 's bane from nine until twelve. The Socia Committee of the Student Council selected the orchestra and locale. It was decided that refreshments, practicallj ignored in the past, will be omitted this time. Thus no one's evening wil] be taken up with passing out punch and .pretzels. Admittance will be by SCA card; each student may bring one guest. A program of entertainment during intermission is being discussed; nothing definite is known yet, howsver. Let's have a real turnout of students at this last student gathering of the school year, the last official social gathering at HUC for the Sophomores.

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