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

HUC Students Will Compete In Tourney Mr. Syd Rudman announced that a series of competitions in tennis, golf, lacrosse, and soccer will take place at the cf" 'pus on the week-end of May 19 and 20. The azleton Center will be represented in at least two of these categories o.' competition. The competition will bo among the campus teams, teams from the various centers, and other colleges. If you are interested in these matches as a spectator or participant contact Syd as soon as possible.

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

FINE PAINTINGS WILL BE HERE The Hazleton Art League is sponsoring an exhibit of Modern American Painting from the Corcoran Galleries in Washington, D. C. This exhibition will be free and open to all interested people from May 10 until May 30 at the Masonic Temple. Mr. Carpenter tells us that this is a rare and valuable opportunity to see original works of famous American painters.

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

Table Tennis Elimination The elimination to determine HUC's best ping-pong paddler will begin soon. All games will be played on the second floor of Memorial Dorm at the convenience of the contestants. The regular play will be conducted on a best out of three basis. The finals will be a -best out of five arrangement. A chart of entrants and their progress is posted on the stairway bulletin board in Old Main. May the best ping-ponger prevail!

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

_^iw The Glory OFOld State" "For the glory of Old State." Although every student who has entered Highacres either has learned the first verse of Penn State's Alma Mater or has heard the words during his stay at Highacres, few students have ever considered that the words apply to them. When they were asked to contribute a few hours of their time to plan a meeting, to support a drive, or to decorate for a dance, most of the students refused or reluctantly __ said "Yes," and then never appeared at the designated place. The majority of the students preferred to sit back on their laurels and watch the "eager beavers" do the job. Then after the job was done, the people who sat back were the first to criticize what had been accomplished. Students had the same _lakadaisical attitude toward Student Council. When the Council posted notices asking for volunteers to serve on committees, the space left for names remained blank. Even though the Student Council invited all students to atte...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Reformers Win 10 of 14 Seats From Melting Pot Vote Pennacrats, Campus Reformers, Senior and Junior Melting Pots In the few days before election the "circle" was transformed from a macadam road into a mass of party slogans and names of candidates, Posters of party candidates and policies cluttered every spot frequented by the students. Political parties even clamored for the space below the television set during World Series to advertise their policies. Cigarettes were handed out, bands played, and effigies were hanged in order to gather victory-winning votes. After three days of mud-slinging, name-calling, and vigorous campaigning the Campus Reformers and Pennacrats — advocating the same policies — swept all offices with the exception of two council seats, Sophomore Class Secretary, and Freshmen Class Treasurer. Edward McGee received the majority of sophomore votes to reign as president of the Sophomore Class and Jack Reinhart was elected president of the Freshman Class. Off...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Flagpole Issue Confuses Sophs An Interim Council meeting of Sophomores took place on the first Thursday of this month. The great controversy over the flag pole was evidenced by the many spirited questions raised by the students. Clyde Bell, president of the Interim Council, disclaimed any responsibility by the Interim Council for ordering the new flag pole. Last year's student council favored the purchase, but "overestimated" expenses led them to believe that there would not be sufficient S.G.A. funds to pay for it. After the erection of the pole, the Interim Council had no other choice but to pay for it. According to Center policy, the $234 balance from last year's S.G.A. fund now becomes school surplus, because student governments must work on current income. After a heated discussion a suggestion was unanimously approved to the effect that the new Student (Continued on page 4)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Student Council Takes Over Reins The first formal meeting of the new council took place on Thursday, October 12, at 4:30 p.m. in room 213 of the Main building. The main business transacted was the elections of Mary Jane Allen and Benny Rachilla as secretary and treasurer of Student Council respectively. Clyde Bell, ex-president of Interim Council gave the new council the details of the planned "Hayride." (See back page ad.) A motion that the committee already appointed for this particular function be allowed to continue its plans rather than appointing another committee was seconded and passed. Mr. Rachilla suggested that a plaque bearing the inscription "From the Freshman and Sophomore Classes of 1949-1950" or something similar be placed on or near the flagpole. (Continued on page 4)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Student Council ^^ First Row, Left to Right — Mary Jane Allen, Kathleen Midash, Edward McGee, Mary Lou Gagliardi. Second Row, Left to Right — Robert Barrett, John Reinhart, John Zamba, Bernard Rachilla.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

FINANCIAL REPORT — S.G.A. 1949-50 Center policy on Student Government Accounting is that the S.G.A. must work on current income. Surpluses cannot be carried over from year to year to augment operating budgets. _Expenditures Income Balance S.G.A. Fees $4447.50 Basketball Receipts 121.30 Dramatics 75.53 Total $4644.33 Athletics—Men $1179.55 Athletics—Women 99.33 Dramatics 369.56 Glee Club 155.12 Library 66.03 Lounge 33.16 Publications (Collegian) 752.56 /Student Council 1344.95 Women's Organization 114.50 T.V. Set 249.90 Total $4409.66 $ 234.67 * Included in this amount are the bills for freshman party, and bills that have been paid on the flag pole. There is still one outstanding bill -which will amount to approximately $30.00.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

. j. j. _"_*e "_^mpopwy" identification card mailed to you at the time of registration, and lliipOlullll which bears your student number, must be kept until you arrive at the main campus. Since this card is valid for your entire stay at the "Center," disregard the date stamp-NfltirP ed m the void block. Vou will need this card for the first registration at the campus, after which you will receive your permanent identification card.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

The Mail On behalf of the candidates of the "Melting Pot Party," I want to sincerely thank the faculty, students,and everyone concerned for their enthusiastic support during our recent campaign. I wish to extend my heartiest congratulations and support to our newly elected officers. May they have continued success in their new endeavor. —J ohn R. Prehatny I should like to thank all those students who thought me qualified and in turn elected me to the council position. The election results indicate that all sophomores voted and that the competition for several offices was very keen. If this indicates the interest in student activities, then I believe with such co-operation we shall be able to make this a most successful year. —John Zamba ******** I want to thank the student body for their sincere and wholehearted co-operation in the past election campaign. Student spirit was terrific! Keep it up. —Kate Midash ******** I would like to thank all the members of the student b...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Are You Throwing Your Money Away? During the past weeks we've heard a great deal of talk about what we're going to receive from student council in return for oui votes. Both parties agreed whole-heartedly on social activities. The Reformers promised 'more social activities" and the Melting Pot promised "more diversified activities." Now the elections are over and the victors are busy making good their promises. We will have social activities. The Question is: Will they be worth all the time and money put into them? Council could bring together Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman and George Shearing to play for the student dances; they could serve filet mignon, caviar and champagne as refreshments; they could give Cadilmlac convertibles, trips to Hawaii, and tickets to "South Pacific" as door prizes, but if no one attends, the socials will still be failures. Attendance—and attendance alone—¦ is the only factor which will determine success. Our basketball team will begin practice soon. ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

NO SOAP While strolling through the halls of High Acres one day, I was accosted by a group of irate students coming from the men's room. One of the members of this group was busy forming a hangman's knot in a piece of rope, while the rest unleashed a bitter storm of protest about the lack of soap in the wash room. "You work for the paper, how about putting in a gripe about the lack of soap?" I tried to explain to the group that my racket was not under the _category o_^JU'rfting articles for the paper, but after they tried the rope around my neck for size, I decided to acquiesce to this flattering proposition. Upon my return to the Collegian office, I lighted up a cigarette to calm my shattered nerves, and to try to dope out how to go about knocking out an article on the soap situation. The longer I sat, the more confusing my problem became. How can I create a strong story to correct the soap situation to satisfy the blood thirsty desires of this group, and at the same time h...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Club "200" The Club 200 has recently announced that the charter for new members has been opened, with the following restrictions placed on the possible candidates seeking membership. Break the speed limit on the hill driveway (15 miles per hour) and in the circle (5 miles per hour) and you're "in." The reasons for the change in the speed regulations, are to give both the pedestrian and the driver a "break." Suppose an energetic student bounds in front of your car. If you adhere to the speed regu lations, you can avoid a nasty accident. So let's try to keep the throttle down to par, huh? As you know, the parking lot down at the bottom of the hill is reserved for student parking, while the parking space by the Dorm Building is reserved for people who live in the Dorm, visiting dignitaries, and those who have a parking meter. Parking at the Dorm and in the circle by unauthorized persons is strictly frowned upon, and violators will automatically become honored members of the 200...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Freshman Officers : Henry Giuliani, vice president; William Deppe, treasurer; Joseph Hastings, secretary; John Beinhart, president.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

HAYRIDE TONIGHT - - - TO MOVER'S GROVE

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Hazleton Collegian HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE Highacres, Hazleton. Pa. STAFF Editor-in-Chief . ' . Makeup Editor Business Manager Ass't Business Manager Promotion Manager Reporters Hughie Brennan Betty Harlor William Deppe Michael Kudlich Henry Paulich Mary Jane Ellen Loretta Romanofsky Robert F. Csizma Joseph H. Hastings John Zamba Harold Borushok John Kurtz Frank Nowak Steve Paulmeno Leroy Kromis Francis Clark Helene Smith Business Agents Artist Cartoonist Photographers

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

New President Has Career As Editor, Educator, Writer Dr. Milton Stover Eisenhower, the 11th President of the College brings with him to Penn State a long and distinguished career as an educator, writer, editor, and government official. Dr. Eisenhower, who assumed his position in July following announcement of his appointment Jan. 21, cenlebrated his 51st birthday anniversary Sept. 15. Prior to coming to Penn State, President Eisenhower was president of Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kas. His seven-year administration there was marked by a tremendous growth in the size of the-eefllege and of its importance among the nation's educational institutions. Worked In OWI Prior to accepting the appointment as president of Kansas State in 1943 r President Eisenhower was an associate director of the Office of War Information. In 1942, shortly after the Allied invasion of North Africa, President Franklin D. Roosevelt sent him on a special mission to Algeria to study refugee and reloca...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

VIEWSAND REVIEWS THE BICYCLE THIEF Made in Italy Vittorio De Sica with his simple production "The Bicycle Thief" has come up with a movie that tops most of those viewed by American audiences in the past year. Lamberto Maggionini's performance, rated by critics all over the world as one of the best for the 1949-1950 season, receives the humble applause of the Collegian as the top performance viewed in Hazleton theatres this month. The success of the picture, however, is due to De Sica, without whose direction the plot would probably have failed to convince. Since the picture was undoubtedly filmed primarily as a character study, criticism is primarily attracted to the characterization rather than the plot. It is an excellent character analysis. The Story: Ricci (Maggionini) whose wife and two children share his dire poverty among Rome's unemployed masses secures a position on the assumption that he has a bicycle, a very important item needed foi this particular job. Ricci pre...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 20 October 1950

Dink Commandoes On my first day back to High Acres, I parked my beat-up old '50 Cadillac convertible, and began to camouflage it to avoid getting a parking ticket, when all of a sudden I was surrounded by some younglooking gents attired in a strange costume of blue hats and name tags. "Shades of Macbeth," I said to myself, "is the finance company after the car again, have I taken an overdose of my Dr. Calvert's cough medicine, or are my weary old eyes playing tricks on me again?" A cold chill began to run down my spine! Maybe it's true about this flying saucer business, and these creatures have landed nearby in one and have captured High Acres. Immediately the one working-cell in my brain began trying to find a means of escape, the way Nyoka always did in the movie serial. I firmly made up my mind to fight to my last ounce of strength and reached for my heavy Comp 5 book, to use as a lethal weapon. Too late, they were upon me! Two of them began to chant "Good morning! Welcom...

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