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

j ] your Date Book) May 12—Open House for Parents and friends 7 to 10 p. m. May 13—Career Day 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Open House for General Public 7 to 10 p. m. May 25—Picnic and Student Program. May 26—M ay Day Ceremonies 3 p. m. Semi-Formal Dance at Genetti's 9 p. m. May 30—Decoration Day—Classes Suspended. June 4—Convocation Exercises at Highacres .

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

Picnic Program Being Planned The night before May Day, Maj 25, will see a student picnic and entertainment taking place on top _ol our Highacres Hill. John Laubach, ir charge of the program, announced that a lot of students and staff members will exhibit hitherto hidden talents. The Student Council plans thai food will be available and also music for dancing. Consult the walls for future announcements about the picnic. Have you made your plans for the 3emi yet ? ? ? It's only two weeks away.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

THE Q UEEN Mary Lou Pollock MAID OF HONOR Marian Janosky

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

_\0flM Light-Up Time The final month of the school year is zipping past, and things are really popping. . . Studies are getting more intensive as instructors make up work and try to funnel the remaining chapters cf textbooks into student minds or notebooks .. . Social activities will increase tremendously, both school and individual—May is a hard month to stay in and study . . . People are making plans for the summer. . . Students are sending a ream of forms and $25 for admittance to the campus . . . Student Council and the convocation committee are about half mad with planning. The administration and remaining faculty members are really campaigning" for students for next fall... A lot of students are trying to transfer to new schools or curriculums . . . The softball league generates a lot of jokes and arguments . . . The daffodils along the road are in bloom . . . Spring fever is in the epidemic stage .. . And I'm glad that the Collegian is out. At times in the last few ...

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

I wonder what would happen if a fire should break out in Old Main? There aren't many facilities for fighting such an outbreak here. There haven't been any fire drills for personnel either. Which door would you run for? * * * There seemed to be more real fun and enjoyment at the weiner roast than any other activity this year. The Student Council is planning a similar picnic the night before the May Day program. With a break from the weather it should be the biggest and best party yet. How about bringing some girls? * * * Mice continue to panic women, even our women. The other week a meeting of the girls' organization in the snack bar was thrown into pandemonium when a tiny rodent strolled across the floor. Kathy Midash finally summoned up her courage and disposed of the monster. Good work, Kay! * • * The girls-faculty basketball game was reported to be a dilly-looper. Syd took copious notes of the trick plays used; probably mapping out a winning season next year. Miss Bonn led...

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

German Club Der Schnitzelbankverein entertained the members of the German Club of the Pottsville Center on April 28. After a good swim at the YMCA, the two clubs adjourned to Highacres for an enjoyable social evening complete with group singing, dancing and refreshments. Miss Helen Dossenbach, instructor of German at Pottsville and formerly at Hazleton, and Miss Mary Margaret Wood, Dean of Women at Highacres, were present as guests of the club. The last business meeting of the year was held on Wednesday, May 3. Der Schnitzelbankverein planned its last events — a swimming party on May 17, participation in the Annual Language Festival and a post-finals picnic. John Prehatny, president of the cluib for these past two semesters, thanked the members for their splendid cooperation at all meetings, socials and projects, making his term of office a pleasant one. Miss Anna L. Erlemann is the Faculty Advisor.

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

LANGUAGE FESTIVAL rs BUNG PLANNED The students of all language classes are planning to have an endof-the-year language festival in the latter part of this month. The Spanish, French, and German language clubs will combine in the program of entertainment and socializing. Miss Phillips announced that the date is not definite yet but would be announced as soon as it is determined.

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

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

Hills I think that I shall never see A school as high as HUC. The mountain road winds up a mile Up from the Conyngham defile. A school which may at evening glow, With blue lights, eerie, shining low; And in the daytime it's a climb, To get to hilltop class on time. I've climbed the pole line and the path; Been late for Econ, Psych,, and Math. My one, enduring, burning hope—An elevator up the slope. These things are not too good for me, But they exist at HUC.

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

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

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

C-Day Provides Fun and Exercise On the afternoon of Tuesday, the 18th of April, a startling and somewhat magical transformation came about on the campus and surrounding area. Busy bands of students and faculty members were actually digging into their assigned tasks with a willing, even proud, ardor. The name of this magical transformation was Clean Up Day. Classes had been shortened to 25 minutes, and the eighth class of the day was completed by noon. About nine o 'clock of this revealing Tuesday rain fell and dampened the chances for success of the spring housecleaning of the campus. However, before the end of classes a brilliant sun streamed down on Highacrea Hill and spirits and landscape were considerably brightened. At H-Hour, one o'clock, a procession of peqple clad in dungarees, sweaters, jackets, and almost every kind of "I-have-seen-better-days clothes" spilled onto the center lawn from the four corners of the estate. Some of the style leaders in this movement were Mr...

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

Students Who Will Complete 60 Credits Mr. Frank Kostos has 'released the following list of students who will be eligible to receive certifications designating completion of a minimum of sixty credits. If nothing else, the list serves to reveal the middle names of many people who have been rather reticent about having their third appelation known. The List: Anthony Donald Anella Nancy Frances Baran Keen William Buss (Edward Butchko Nancy Jane Byoriek Paul Ferdinand Cor azza Ralph Kenneth Cosgrove Bernard James Daday Myron Demcio Fred Franklin Dendler Arthur Herbert Edstrom Morrell Fox John Wesley Hall John Joseph Hudock Edward Clark Hutton Emerson Walter Knyrim Dolores Ann Kobrick Arthur Lewis Koch Raymond George Kostanecki iNeil Samuel Llewellyn Jean Marie Lovrinic Chadwick Neyman McCracken Joseph James McCulla Dolores Ann MdGee Jeanne Marie McGrory Joseph Patrick McGrory Robert Emmet McHale John Paul McNally John Sylvester Marchetti (Louisa May John Rinker Miller John Donald ...

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

ITS TRUE!!! Grace Heppe got a big blister on clean-up day. A bunch of future lieutenants had physicals at the campus recently. Dinny Conahan dances well with one shoe off. Ernie Denke caught two trout in the fountain last week. Miss Steinmeyer wants air-conditioning in the classrooms. Vivian is going dignified on us. The students are really getting their money's worth out of the radio during baseball season. Bruce Lustgarten listens to classical music. Sam Bass must have dropped that cap of his in the Easter Egg dyes. NUMBER, PLEASE? In the spirit of the season and the interest of convenience, we have compiled a list of the telephone numbers of co-eds. 2861 5172R 1404W 4193 6180 325R 4226 5659R 5249W 915R 4519J 2358 3432J 297J 109 585 2663R 48R 5652 5483R 9012 2362 X214M 297J 5172R 590W 5144M 4623R 4349W Results are not guaranteed.

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

CHEM TEACHER GETS TWO NEW CARS On Shotguns A term is circulating widely at the _canvpus, and prospective Center County students would do well to become accustomed to its use. The term is"shotgun test." We all know what a shotgun is; so why not a shotgun test? The term refers to what is known around these mountains as a "pop quiz" or a Pearl Harbor—surprise attack on the unesuspecting and all too often unprepared student. John Carr, chemistry instructor, was presented with two brand-new 1950 model Carr's, by his wife. The male sedan is a Thomas model and the female a Loretta. Mr. Carr says it's the atomic age. If it is any comfort to you, the distance from the door of "Old Main" to the entrance gate of Highacres is .328 miles.

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

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

AS I SEE IT (Continued from page 2) Earnest" an enjoyable piece of entertainment. * * * Summer-school registration is taking place; a lot of students are planning to make up some courses here and at the campus. Imagine studying on a hot August day for about four hours—-the work is really intensive in those "quickies." I think that I'll just go swimmin '.

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

SACRED COW can be called scientific. To illustrate: The fundamental stuff of all living matter is called protoplasm—all living matter is organized into cells (except slime molds) — the lowest animals have only one cell—the body of any higher animal, including man, shows many resemblances to that of a cat — anabolism and catabolism — stimulus and response—thallophytes_, bryophytes, pteridophytes, spermatophytes—and so on and on until the end of the course; and where in the name of heaven is there anything scientific in that? You can get full marks in the course without encountering any train of reasoning. The Theory of Evolution is a theory that has by no means been tested by experiment. Biologists have been breeding banana flies for forty years; they have produced many wierd flies. But they have never succeeded in evoluting this fly into one of a different species, much less into any more distant creature. Just the same scientists have been saying, "Scientists always test thei...

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

SCIENCE IS A A few months ago a book which should be of interest to all college people was published. This bools pokes a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun at all scientists and science in general, and it tears each major field of science down separately. We feel that a reading of this sort would be a refreshing change from the dogmatic teachings of these same sciences, and that it might also provide some real food for thought and tempering oJ the acceptance of "scientificallj proven" facts. The name of this bit of lit is "Science Is a Sacred Cow" and it was written by Anthony Standen, a graduate of Oxford and M. I. T. Who is better equipped to criticize scientists but another scientist? Generally Mr. Standen exposes the "scientific method1' as only the patient use of horse sense. Every student has heard expounded the value of "correlations," one of the researcher's favorite words. When a scientist measures two things and finds that when one of them changes, the other does also, he ha...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

Softball Intramurals Top Sports Activity Wreckers and Wheels Dominate First Half Play The chief topic of conversation and interest in school activities this spring season is the competition between student teams in the intramural Softball league. There is really a lot of spirit and enthusiasm generated by these games, and it is carrying over in all phases of school life , The Wreckers figure to be a tap tearr in the circuit due largely to the fad that Zack Taylor began rounding uj talent early in the season and garnered himself a bunch of very good boys. The Wheels pulled a mild upsei over the Dormers and have beer strong since. These Dormers figure to give plenty of trouble to all comers with big George Woods blazing in his underhand slants. The Northsiders have a lot of that Freeland spirit which always, means a fight; Jack Sipple's Mountaineers are another club witli the will to win. The Collegians figure to surprise the experts with some hustle and sharpening. A seventh ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 12 May 1950

BURT WRITES... Nice People By BURT MINKIN PSC, US ARMY I spent ten wonderful months in the state of Pennsylvania, in the city of Hazleton with the nicest people in the world. I wish that every student in the country could be in Pennsylvania because I am sure that each student and each graduate would be a happier person. You students at HUC are especially fortunate; for besides having a beautiful school you also have a good, young teaching staff—young enough to realize the needs of young people, because they themselves are not too long out of school. And with wonderful fellows heading the administration, studying, schooling, and playing should be an easy task because of their closeness to each student. Right now I'm a student of Uncle Sam in the state of Texas but if and when I do go back to school it will be back to " Dear Old State.''

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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