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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Frank C. Kostos Named Temporary Administrative Head Frank C. Kostos Mr. Frank C. Kostos has moved up from the job of Assistant Administrative Head to become temporary Administrative Head of the H.U.C. Mr. Kostos received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Bucknell University in 1930, and his M.S. in Math from the same institution in 1939. He began his teaching career at Mount Carmel High School in 1934, remaining there until 1941. During that time he maintained the positions of football and basketball coach and faculty manager of athletics. In 1941, Mr. Kostos left Mount Carmel to teach at Brown Vocational School in Wilmington, Delaware. In 1944, he moved to Valley Forge Military Academy, remaining there one semester before coming to the Hazleton Center. During his stay here he has served as school registrar as well as Assistant Administrative Head.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Council Replenished Jane Margwarth and Henry Daniels, sophomores at the Center, and Joseph Hastings and Bill Deppe, freshmen, were elected to Student Council replacing John Zamba, Kathleen Midash, Robert Barrett, and Mary Jane Allen. Henry Giuliani, vice-president of the Freshman class, automatically moved up to the office of vice-president of the Student Council because of the transferring to the main campus of Jack Reinhart, president of the Freshman class. The recently-elected Council members advocated a continuance of the policies proposed by the Campus Reformers and Pennacrats in the Fall semester elections. At that time these parties swept all Council offices with the exception of two seats. However, the Spring semester elections were characterized by little name-calling, no band-playing, and practically no advertisement with the exception of a few freshmen hand cards and posters.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

German Club Skates At Split Rock Lodge On Sunday, February 11, the German Club held a tobogganing and ice skating party at Split Rock Lodge in the Poconos. The trip was made by car, furnished by Miss Erlemann, D. Billig, F. Fellin, and G. Martini. Those members present were Miss Erlemann, advisor of the German Club, Miss Yannes, Frank Thompsen, Joe McHale, Gene Martini, Tel Gilroy, Frank Fellin, Carl Christopher, Jim Lorah, Don Billig, James Russo, John Prehatny, and William Reinsmith. Several members were accompanied with lady friends. There were no severe injuries with the exceptions of a few minor abrasions and some "hurt prides."

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Prehatny Elected Chairman ROTC Ball Cadet Captain John Prehatny was elected General Chairman of the Army-Air R.O.T.C. ball to be held at Hotel Altamont on April 20. Various committees wre organized with Cadet Lieutenant Harold Filbert heading the Decorations and Refreshments Committee. Cadet 1st Lieutenant Lewis Giuliani, chairman of the Entertainment and Publicity Committee, and Cadet Master Sergeant James Taylor in charge of tickets. Aiding these committee chairmen are: Cadet Captain Burt Hall, Cadet 1st Lieutenants Frank Thomsen, George Jonovich, Gerald Troy, Emil Hutnyan, and Cadet 1st Sergeant Robert Matchick.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Artist Donates Painting C. Elizabeth Davis, Philadelphia painter, has donated her picture, "Train Time" to the college. It is at present hanging in the lounge of the main building. Miss Davis has had her works represented in various galleries in New York and Philadelphia. This brings our collection up to four. The three other paintings in the lounge were donated by William Meyers, a Hazleton artist, whose works have been admired by many.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Student Body Meets On February 22, the first meeting of the student body was held in B-101 , at which time Mr. Kostos spoke. He assured the students that he knew they all had gripes and wanted certain things done. He told them that if they would just be patient until he got things organized, he would take care of their gripes if it were possible.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Support the Team

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Co-operate with Kostos

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

TWO POINTS . . Whistle! HuShi« B,em»n The band played a Sousa march; the drum majorettes pranced about like Calumet farm colts; the cheerleaders formed a blue and white "W" in the center of the floor; and the crowd flowed into the foyer of the gym for a quick smoke. It's funny that I should remember that scene 'cause I only got the slightest glimpse of it on my way to the locker rooms. Two quarter's, one half of the championship game was over. The score was 35-25 and we were ahead. I couldn't see how Dartsville ever managed to win the first half pennant. Why, they were just a bunch of apple-pickers. They were certainly outclassed by Whitsboro for this championship game. Coach Butler gave us hell for the mistakes we made, and told me that I shouldn't think that just because I had twenty out of thirty-five points that I could take it easy the next half. Twenty out of thirty-five points—gee, that meant if I made seventeen in the second half I'd break the regional record of thirty...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Agog 111 Two Possible Solutions . . ? In order to describe the students' bewilderment of Mr. Goss1 resigning the word "agog" was inserted as the adjective in the front page headline. Agog, as Mr. Webster states, means "keyed up with eager desire or interest." Brother, that word describes the situation here at Highacres perfectly. No information can be secured at all. Rumors, most of which are undoubtedly untrue because of their diversification, are the only bits of information we can secure on this story. Frankly, the students are in the dark. Faculty members are discussing it among themselves but even they do not know the whole story. The Standard-Sentinel on February 21 gave us a story, so ambiguous, that it passed meaningless from the eyes to the brain of the students. This is Journalism? Hardly that — But then when we consider that silence pervades the entire situation we shall have to excuse the Sentinel's ambiguity. So, in answer to the question "Why did Goss resign wi...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

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Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Hazleton Collegian HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE Highacres. Hazleton, Pa. STAFF Editor-in-Chief Hughie Brennan Assistant Editor Betty Harlor Business Manager William Deppe Assistant Business Manager Michael Kudlich Feature Editor Henry Paulick Sports Editor Joseph H. Hastings Reporters Frank Nowak Jim Reinsmith John Miorelli Raymond Deitch Robert Csizma Business Agents Harold Borushok Steve Paulmeno Cartoonist Leroy Kromis Photographers Sam Dilcer Harold Filbert Librarian ....:¦ Helene Smith

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Hastings Hitting It H.U.C vs. Ogontz In Tournament Tonite Sparkplug on the Huc'ster's team is versatile high-scoring guard, Zack Taylor. This twenty-one year old Sophomore was graduated from Hazleton High School in 1947, where he played on the team for three years. His proudest moment occurred when he helped stop Williamsport's sixty game winning streak by holding their ace Wes Myers to five points. When he came out of High School, he got a job in a factory, drove a milk truck and he held other odd jobs. Then he decided this wasn't for him, so he got a job as part time phys. ed. instructor at the Y.M.C.A. He liked this kind of work, and in a short while he had worked himself up to full-time phys. ed. director. He enjoys this kind of work and plans to stay in it or else teach elementary school. He is majoring in art. Zack enjoys playing basketball. He has played in city leagues, Y.M.C.A. leagues, Sunday School leagues, and high school and College. He and a group of friends ev...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

H.U.C. Courtmen Jolt Johnstown In a high-scoring encounter at the A. D. Thomas School gym, February 23, the H.U.C. courtmen took Johnstown (Pitt J.C.) into camp to the tune of 89-84. Despite an early Hazleton lead, Johnstown came back to knot the count during the third canto at 50-50. Good floorwork by Scambia and timely goals by Lefkowitz pulled the game out of the fire. Taylor, Milligan, and Hutnyan led the H.U.C. attack with 27, 25, and 23 points respectively. The entire Johnstown starting five broke into double figures with Dite leading the way with 23 points. Johnstown F.G. F. Tot Dite, F 9 5 23 Zack, F 7 1 15 Hileoky, F 8 1 17 Aear, C 3 1 7 Halkobich, G 0 1 1 Wright, G 5 1 11 Boerstler, G 4 2 10 36 12 84 H.U.C. F.G. F. Tot Milligan, F 12 1 25 Taylor, F 13 1 27 Hutnyan, C 10 3 23 Lefkowitz, G 5 2 12 Holtzclaw, G 0 0 0 Scambia, G 1 0 2 41 7 89 H.U.C 22 48 66 89 p. J. C 16 40 59 84 Tentative Social Calendar March 5, Monday — Roller Skating Party March 16, Friday — Movie—"Of...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Rudman to Leave For Germany Sometime in April Syd Rudman is supposed to leave for Nurnberg, Germany to assume the position of Athletic Director, in a civilian capacity, for the Dept. of the Army. He is to head a staff of twenty-one physical education, recreation, and athletic specialists supervising the training of 8000 troops at an Army training base somewhere in Germany. Mr. Rudman, who has been the physical education instructor the past five years, is a native of Philadelphia. He graduated from West Philadelphia High School and attended West Chester State Teachers' College for one year. Syd received his B.S. de gree from Penn State in '42 and his M.Ed, in '47. During the war Mr Rudman served as a U. S. Army athletic officer. His summers have been spent in resorts in New York State where he served as an athletic director. The five years Mr. Rudman has coached center basketball, the teams have won the Pennsylvania Junior College Tournament and have been runners-up twice. Th...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Tournament Begins Tonight According to their standings oi February 25, the four top teams of the Pennsylvania Junior College Athletic Association will compete on the sixth annual tournament to be held at the Hazleton High School gym. Members of the league are: Altoona Center, Hazleton Center, Hershey Jr. College, Johnstown Center-U of Pitt., Keystone Jr. College, Ogontz Center, Pottsville Center, and York Jr. College. On Friday night, March 2, Hazleton will meet Ogontz in the first game, followed by Johnstown against York. The following night the two losers of Friday night will play a consolation game. Then the finalists will battle it out for the state championship. The York Jr. College team will be the defenders. The winner of the tournament will receive the Charles Polack Trophy, which must be won three times in order to be kept in permanent possession by any one team. At the present time York Jr. College has two legs on the trophy; Hazleton and Altoona both have one. Mr. R...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

THE MAIL I wish to thank the members of the Freshman Class for their greatly appreciated support in the recent election. I shall endeavor to fill my position in Student Council to the best of my ability. Let us remember that Democracy depends on the free operation of conflicting opinions, through which public opinion can constitutionally register itself in the determination both of the composition and of the policies of g overn ment. Your opinions will govern council policies, if they are expressed. —Bill Deppe I should like to thank the members of the Freshman Class for support in the recent election. I shall endeavor to keep the welfare of the students in mind at all times, and act accordingly. —Joe Hastings

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

This Team Did It Before ! ! ! ¦ ¦ i¦ ini ¦¦¦_mbb ¦¦¦¦ _¦ ¦ <¦¦¦ i \_mf _i imtfgniiiiyHMTflnn _Mi<1 **^**^»—^————^^—^i—— —^^— The Pennsylvania Junior College basketball champs were crowned March 5, 1948, when the H.U.C. Rudmanites defeated the York Junior College five for the Keystone State crown.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

Can This Team Do If Again ? ? ? William Alden, Harry Wendel, Gabriel Lensack, George Seid, Art Eshchenbach, Nick Kramer, Michael Ostroff_, James Mulligan, Brooks Holtzclaw, Zack Taylor, Emil Hutnyan, Thomas ScambT5% Frank Sando.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 2 March 1951

League Officials To Meet A meeting of the Pennsylvania Jr. College Athletic Association will be held in Hazleton at the Altamont Hotel on noon of March 3. The agenda will include: tournament administration, election of officers, finances, and adoption of the league organization to the international situation. Each team in the league will be represented by its coach and student manager.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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