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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

A WELCOME AND AN EXHORTATION TOD AY and tomorrow the corridors of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center will echo with the voices of delegates from the foui other centers of the Pennsylvania State College. We extend to these delegates a gracious and sincere welcome. It is our hope that the conference and the festivities that have been planned will contribute to a truly memorable week-end. However, dance programs and luncheon dates must not be allowed to overshadow the true purpose of this conference. Its ob jective is to provide an opportunity for representatives of these Centers to investigate and discuss reforms and innovations in student organizations. The ultimate success of this conference will be realized when these new ideas art inaugurated in the various Cen ters for the benefit of the studeni bodies of these institutions. This, apparently, is as appropriate a time as any to call to the attention of the delegates assembled their prerogatives and duties In the past the grou...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Official Delegates Aitoona Center William Banks, president of the Student Council; Waiter Wright, treasurer of the Student Council; Pnyllis Greninger, Jocelyn Walsh; Mr. Robert E. _Eiche, administrative head; Mr. T. Stewart Goas, faculty adviser. DuBois Center Carl E. Olson, president of the DuBois _Council; Mary L. Hepler, secretary of the Student Council; Sidney D. Hilton, president of the Sophomore class; Ned E. Stevens, president of the Freshman class; Mr. E. W. Zoller, administrative head; Mr. E. F. O'Neil, faculty adviser. Fayette Center Bernadette Geary, Joseph Di-Nunno, John Robinson, Jerry Rich, Dr. it. W. Brewster, administrative head. Schuylkill Center Creighton Lawhead, president oi the Student Council; Jean Bradley, secretary of the Student Council; Odette Scrivanich, Dorothy Fenedick _;_, ijlr. W. R. Van Voorhis, administrative head; Mr. George Lobingler, faculty adviser. Hazleton Center Frank George, vice-president of the Student Council; Anthony Persico, pies...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

ON TRIAL: CUSTOMS •"PHIS year the Hazleton Undergraduate Center is attempting to establish Freshman Customs Customs are usually considered as punishment and this is unfortunate because they are, actually, i tradition; "a long established practice considered as unwritter. law," so Webster's defines the word customs. As a tradition they should noi need to be forced, but instead should be adhered to through loy alty. Customs are being endured and enjoyed on many _campuses and at most colleges throughout the country. The fact that they ire traditional on our own main _lampus should convince the stu ients at the _Hazleton _Center "o_< iheir importance. Unquestionably customs will this year be on trial. If they are to be successful, they will be so only through the understanding and whole-hearted support of both the Freshman and Sophomore classes —R. M.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Center Faculty Members Speak at County Institute Mr. Coleman Herpel and Dr, Lester Kieft, of the Center faculty, were speakers yesterday at the sixty-ninth annual institute of the teachers of Luzerne County held at the Irem Temple in Wilkes-Barre. Mr. Herpel spoke to the mathematics group on the problem of terminal mathematics as applied to the high school class ' room, while Dr. Kieft's topic was "The Relationship of the Classroom to the Laboratory." This was Dr. Kieft's first appearance on the Institute program, but a repeat performance for Mr. Herpel, who had also been included on last pear's institute.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Freshmen Hold Party An informal Freshman party and dance was held last Friday night at _Jimmie's Quick Lunch.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Hazleton Collegian Published Regularly by Students of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center of The Pennsylvania State College Hazleton, Pa. Vol. Ill October 20, 1939 No. 1 ACTING STAFF FLORENCE E. ROWSE '42 ROBERT W. GOLDEN '42 Editor Business Manager MICHAEL KULICK '43 IRENE L. SENDECK '43 Managing Editor Advertising Manager _; DORRIS R. PHILIPS '43 BERNADETTE L. KOHLER '43 ' < News Editor Circulation Editor ELLIS S. BERGEY '43 ; LOUISE M. DICKINSON '43 ' Sports Editor Feature Editor ; FLORENCE C. PETERS-CAMPANELL '43 Womenis Editor Editorial Associates.: Louise M. Gregory '43, Mary Frances Gregory '43, Raymond Morgan '43, Stanley M. Porambo '42, Alfred L. Senape '43, Margerite S. Tarone '43. ; Business Associates: Anthony G. Persico '43, Bruno S. Procopio '43, Joseph F. Kravitski '43.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Y. M. C. A. Twenty enthusiastic eagemei reported for the opening trials a the Grant Street school gymna _sium, the new home floor for th< Centerites this year. As yet the schedule is incomplete, according to Dr. Lester Kieft, faculty athle tic director, but from all indica tion.3, the Morrellmeri will' have i, tough season. With the inception of the Inter Center League, the Hazleton fivi is assured of games on a home and-home basis with the Altoona DuBois, Fayette, and Schuylkil Undergraduate Centers of the Col lege. League competition will thu replace the Inter_^Ceriter Basket ball Tournament of previour years. Dates for the league con tests have not yet been _completed but are expected to foe _announced in a short time. Coach Morrell thus far is ver_; well pleased with the Center squac and he looks forward to a verj healthy season for the "Hucstsrs" So far practice sessions have con centrated on fundamentals in th( hopes of building up a strong de fensive as well as off...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Student Govt. Is Organized at Center The three branches of the Hazleton Undergraduate student government association have been organized and set up as a result oi recent elections conducted by the freshmen and sophomore classes a\ the Center. The Student Council, Student Union Board, and Studeni Faculty Eoard are the three branches of the Center studeni _government organization. Selected as president of the sophomore class, David L. Yeakei '42, heads the Student government organization. Other members include: Frank George '42, (vice president; Marion Bender '43, sec retary; Ernest Watkins '42, treas urer; June Diehl '42, Mary France; Gregory '43, Michael Maderick '42 Joseph Davidheiser '43, and An ihony Pei-sico '43, who is also pres ident of the freshman class. Mr Roy E. Morgan is adviser to the Council. The College Student Union Boarc is headed by John Ditko '43 chairman; Edward Kasales : '42 vice-chairman; and Michael Made rick '42, treasurer. Staff members on the board i...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Club Activities The Center Glee Club has been organized under the supervision oi Mr. Brentin_, and plans are being made to continue the musical program begun at the Center last year. As yet no definite arrangements have been made concerning meet ings and officers, but Christian M, Skoff '42 has been selected tern porary chairman. •u »t» *t* *(• ' !• ••* At the first meeting of the De bating Club held at the Center or. October 8, plans were made tc hold a mock debate at the next session. Future meetings will be held every second and fourth Tuesday in the month. Judges wil. select the winners of the various debates, and the best debaters oi the club will perhaps attend the Debating Conference held annually •it the campus. Mr. Hans Janssen is adviser for the group. * * * The International Relation:, Club, under the direction of Mis:. Edna Saby, faculty adviser, elect ed its officers for the coming yea ' at their first meeting held recent ly. Selected were Ward Lewis '42 preside...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Proposal of Frosh Customs Considered Following suggestions froir members of both classes in the student body, Freshman Custom; were proposed and accepted at i recent meeting of the Studeni Council organization. The complete list of customs as furnished by Marian R. Bender secretary of the Student Council Is as follows: 1. Freshmen are required tc wear d nks daily, except Saturday, Sunday, and special occasions. 2. Freshmen are required tc carry matches at all times. 3. Freshmen are required tc greet all other students upon meeting them. 4. Freshmen shall wear a regulation name card during a specified period. 5. Freshmen shall attend all class meetings, assemblies, and athletic contests, except when _granted pe.'m 'ssion to be absent by ;he Council. 6. All Freshmen must learn ;he College songs and cheers,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

New Books Added To Center Library Approximately 150 new books have been added this year to the Hazleton Undergraduate Center's library, according to the latest report of Miss Edna M. Saby, faculty librarian at the Center. A wide variety of both fiction and non-fiction books has been acquired that will supply the necessary demand for the present student body. It has been announced that the books are in the process of being filed according to the Dewey Decimal System so that they can be readily found. Many of the books deal with social science, history, and political science and will prove a valuable source of information for students participating in the International Relations Club as well as those carrying any of the above mentioned subjects. Other books in the fields of languages, literature, chemistry, mathematics, engineering, psychology, art, and economics have also been added.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Collegian Staff Organized Under Acting Editors Eighteen members of the Hazleton Center student body have reported at the various meetings of the press club of the "Hazleton Collegian" and have worked with Mr. Roy E. Morgan, faculty adviser of the editorial staff, in laying out plans for the publication of the college paper during the present academic year. Carrying out a plan to divide the work of the editorial and business staffs, Mr. Herbert H. Reichard has also agreed to serve as faculty adviser to the latter group. In working out the organization of the paper, Mr. Morgan suggested the adoption of acting staffs until Christmas. The plan was acceptable to the club since it would give everyone an opportunity to find out what type of work he is best suited for. After Christmas a definite staff will be elected according to the ability of the different members.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Dr. Kieft Receives Degree At State Summer Session Dr. Lester Kieft, for the pas! three years instructor of chemistrj at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center, received his Doctor oi Philosophy degree in chemistry a'. Penn State, at the Summer Ses sion Commencement following the close of the six-weeks' session. He studied for his degree under the supervision of Dr. Grover C, Chandlee, professor of chemistry at the College. Dr. Keift in carrying on the re search for his degree discovered v new method of obtaining bismuth in its pure form by a simple chemical process. The process is as follows: bismuth is first obtained in precipitation known as iodol bismithite; this precipitation is dissolved in a tetrite, after which the pure bismuth is obtained. The above method determines the exact percentage of bismuth in a compound.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

The nrst Chess Club Organized meeting of the reorganized Chess Club was held on October 16. Refreshments were served to the members present. The purpose of the club is to teach the members how to play chess, according to Mr. Hans Janssen, faculty adviser. During the meetings various professional plays will be discussed, and Mr. Janssen will lecture on the mechanics of the game and the history of chess.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Council Reveals Plans The newly elected Student Council of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center is planning a " smoker " and a "get-acquainted" party which will take place in tho near future,, according to David L. Yeakel '42, president of the group.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Frosh Get Acquainted Climaxing freshman week activities, the sophomores entertained the freshmen at a "Get-Acquainted Party" held on Friday, Septembe" 13, at .the local. Y..W. C..A,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

New Members on Faculty (Continued from page 1) bert H. Reichard, instructor of mathematics and physics. Miss Muck comes here from the University of Michigan, where for the past year she has been doing graduate work toward her Master of Arts degree, which she received at Ann Arbor last spring. She has had considerable experience in high school and college teaching as well as among adult education groups, and has served as _q director of dramatics and public speaking coach. Replacing Mr. T. Stewart Goas, former instructor of history and political science here who is the new assistant administrative head of Altoona, is Miss Saby, who has served under Miss Charlotte E, Ray, dean of women at Penn State, and has been in charge of one of the women's dormitories on the campus. She comes here after a year spent on the faculty of the Northern State Teachers College, Aberdeen, South Dakota. ¦ Coming here from the campus where he has been doing advanced study at the French Institute, _M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Center Is Host (Continued from page 1) the various student councils to meet and discuss suggestions and ideas for improving their councils and student government organizations. The social highlight of the conference will come on Friday night when a dinner and dance will be held at the Altamont Hotel for the Center student body and their guests. The dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock and an _intaresting dinner program is being arranged by the committee ,in charge. D/ B. V. Moore, professor of psychology and education on the Penn State campus, has been secured as the principal speaker; while several other guests will also be called upon for remarks. Dancing will start at 9 o'clock and the music will be furnished by Milt Wiener's Orchestra from Wilkes-Barre. Saturday morning the delegates will again meet; at the center to continue their discussion of the previous afternoon, and the conclave will be brought to a close with a- farewell luncheon to be held at 12:30 o'clock Saturd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Alumni Notations The Alumni activities during the summer season naive included a theater party at the Green Gables Theater and two picnics, one at Rock Glen in June and the other at Crystal pool in August. On Christmas night an All-College dance will be sponsored by the Center Alumni Association, the proceeds from which will be used to establish the "Robert E. Eiche Scholarship Fund". Members of the Board of Alumn_» are at present planning a filing system in order to get an accurate account concerning all members ot the organization.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 October 1939

Addresses Hocus-Focusers (Continued from page 1) the Eastman-Kodak Company with 61 per cent of its income from the purchase of films, according to Mr. Stover. W;th the present high speed films and the high speed of shut- ters it is possible to take a picture of a ball breaking a window at the instant of contact, the speaker declared. The time of the shutters is .002 of a second for such work. All students desirous of becoming members of the club are asked to report to Mr. Harold Taylor to find out the date of the next meeting.

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