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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

LIBRARY BOOKS The Penn State library (not our but the one on the campus) contains approximately 177,955 books, according to Librarian Willard P. Lewis.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

I ALUMNI BITS I <^™»_"_» — ^—^ j _^^^ •_"¦ "¦"¦¦ ' ¦¦ ' ¦ ~ 1 Our Alumni members have been busy for the last few weeks making news for our paper. Martha Marusak, '35, heads our list this month by her outstanding work on the Penn State debating team. Last year she was a member of the varsity debate squad asnd entered in eight inter-collegiata debates. She is also out for the swimming team. Michael Dembrosky, now working for the Penna. Power & Light Company, is married and has two _children, Jean Ann and Michael, Jr. Another among our married friends is Joe Bryzenda, who is now running a butcher shop in McAdoo. He also has one son, Joe, Jr. So you see our Center can boast of ancestors already. At Mt. St. Mary's in Maryland, Jim Kennedy has been doing very well. He is president of Coal Crackers Club and an officer in Knights of Columbus. Joe Conahan, who completed a two year course in a State Teachers College, is now teaching in Hazle Townshin. Our representative...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

| BARBS AND BOUQUETS And now your columnist is going tc roll up his sleeves, pour a little acid into his i nk well, and cast an angrj eye at the general apathy of the students toward the grand program o._i activities tendered to them. This highhatesque attitude means, incidentally; that most of the student corpus is unwittingly missing an imporant five credit course of their Center education. Let's drop the ping-pong racquet for a moment. Today several of the pufclicators roamed about town extracting ads from hard-headed, albeit amiable, business men. And _iii doing this, they formed contacts which are definitely important, which may open otherwise closed doors of opportunity. Probably there was added a little grain of experience in human nature, in business, in discovering themselves. This means a healthy step forward. The old balderdash? Think it over. Now will you eat your spinach ? Debating had but one fresh iniection from the freshman class. The Cosmopolitan Club is dwind...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

Pfea For Tidiness We i wish to bring to the Centei students' attention a small yet important fact. It has to deal with _oui game room.. Students are a little careless about the tidiness of the room They are poor shots in throwing waste paper in the baskets, and consequentlj the floor is littered with paper and other refuse. ¦ - We are asking the _students to take pride in the appearance of their recreation room and to be a little careful in getting rid of their papers. And you cigarette smokers, don't let your stubs go to waste, by depositing them in the ash tray and not choking them. Choke them and save them from complete extinction. Chess and checker players are equally as guilty of carelessness. We have a cupboard for storing the games and yet the chessmen and checkers are scattered throughout the game room. When you get through with the _irames, punish the loser by forcing him to put them away.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

EDITORS' APOLOGIES At last your patient wait has ended! The second issue of the "Hazleton Collegian" has come to light. We must tell you why it didn't come out sooner. First of all, a newspaper can't be printed without any news. So we had to wait for new things. By the way, did we succeed or is this a good ancient history paper ? In the second place, we took it upon ourselves to go out and gather ads in order for you to get the paper free of charge . . . And that's one job we didn't relish. However, let it publicly be known that Emer Flounders, our business manager, has done more than his share on the money end of this issue. So did Earl Seybert, who collected the most ad money.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

NEW SCHEDULE TROUBLES If any stranger happened to be present in the game room on one Tuesday afternoon, he would thini himself in the midst of a revolution. And it was only the public presentation of our new second semester schedule. Next to doing one of Mr. Goas' history quizes, we believe the hardest thing on this globe is the drawing up of a good schedule. No matter how hard the faculty tries, it can't please all the students, can it Gerald? But as one brilliant student (bow, Ruth) remarked: "What's the difference, we still have eighteen hours no matter which way the schedule reads?" Yeah, what is the iifference.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

INTO THE FUTURE What does the future hold for oui growing Center? Our fond dream is that it may develop into a permanent junior college or even a college. Hazleton is in need of an institution of the "higher learning" type. There is an annual migration of hundreds of young Hazletonian collegiates to the neighboring compuses. And there is a similar migration of funds. What could do Hazleton more good than to avert this migration ? Hazleton, we know, is in need of some good investments; and, to our way of thinking, its best investment would be (as well as is) the education of its future leaders.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

Congratulations! Congratulations are certamLy m order to the Center's studying corps foi its wholesale migration from the game room to the library at the beginning of the second semester. This shows that the students have reached the first milestone toward education. They are becoming sincere and earnest in their efforts to learn something and pass their courses. How long this study-mania will last, we don't know. But while it dees, the Hazleton Penn State Center will remain a scholar's Paradise as well as a high ranking scholastic institution. Keep it up, you fellows (and girls, too), you're doing noble!

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

COLLEGIAN _STAFF Editorial Board Editor Walter E. Organist John C. Barnes Earl K. Seybert Ruth L. Bachman Margaret T. Lucash Alice M. McGrory Reportorial Board Marie Somers Emer Flounders Josephine T. _Zogby Irene E. Sherrock • «t_5Hife®

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

McGeehan's Centerites Conquer Four Out Of Seven _Opponents In these four straight victories, the cey-man for the Center was Clei Dougherty, pivotenan and strong offensive player; while Zayach and Coach McGeehan featured on the defense. The Hazleton Center Five went down to a crushing defeat toy a strong Hazle Township squad. Poor defense by the Hazleton Center coupled by a strong offense toy the Township team gave the Township an easy victory. In a rough game, a fine working McCann's team gave the Center quintet another defeat after a hard battle. A. series of injuries kept the Hazleton Unloosing a new offensive, the Haz leton Center quintet started the ne\ year toy defeating a strong Nurem berg team to avenge a defeat _earlie in the season. The McGeehanite proved too strong and easily Whippet the opponents. Following up the victory, the _flashj Hazleton Center team conquered i fighting Pottsville basketball five. A fine offensive and brilliant defensive work by the Hazleton...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

CENTER GOVERNMENTEFFICIENT DEMOCRACY Here's one for our political science students. What form of governmeni regulates the Hazleton Center activities? Bet Gormley doesn't even know! It's not a dictatorship; John C. Barnes, as president of Student Council, is a leader with democratic ideals_, a good guess would toe: a democracy shaded a little with anarchy. At the head of the student government is a nine-member body, the student council, elected at the beginning of the year by the students. The president of the council, John C. Barnes, has the enormous task of bringing pertinent questions to the body's attention as well as deciding these ques-;ions. Mr. Barnes conducts the coun-;il sessions very efficiently in his 'The "supreme court" of the Center government is a very complying student-faculty tooard, composed of John Barnes, Lewis Smith, Mr. Eiche, Mr. Goas, and Mr. Hernel. All the student council acts must toe OK-ed toy this board before they become laws. So far this year n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

THE CENTER COMMENTATOR , When Charlie McGeehan' s cagers won four in a row a little while back, it appeared as though Hazleton Center was at last being smiled upon biy the Goddess of the Cage Arena. But no ... immediately after that, the "boys were frowned upon and dropped three straight tilts and all these loses were on the border-line of victories until the last half. Even the Mahanoy City McCann's 82-36 rout came about after a tight first half. Then, look at the Poster Township tragedy. Our boys led with a half-time 19-6 advantage. This did not stop Foster from eking out a 29-27 win. Maybe you need two teams, Charlie: one to win the first half and another to,do the same for the second. Compared to last year, the attendance this year at the cage contests is very uninspiring. And our cheering s moribund. Would that we had about ten Novotnies! Our ping pong team (we have one no kiddin') has evened up its two de feats with two victories in the "Y' league. In the contest match...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

I CHEER FOR I I NEW CHEERING I It was generally conceded that the present Center basketball team is tht test in the history of the Center. But sorry to say, our cheering this _yeai has taken a nose dive toward being nc cheering at all. Despite the fact thai our student body has been increased attendance at the contests has fallen off. Why? Why would any sensible student miss a good and exciting game the admission to which he has already paid? It makes no sense. Then those who attend the games do not cooperate very much with our cheerleaders. Novotnie and his cheering squad have become so discouraged that they lead very few cheers any more. _> • So let's reform and come out in.a full cheering force in our next games; We must get our cheering in trim for :he Inter-Center tournament.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

Boxer _AJSends Center: Beware of 'Pugilist Penn'! There's a dangerous man among _oui midst! When he accosts you with this threat, "Don't get lippy," be careful of your retort for it's none othsr than Pugilist Penn. Franklin finds time between his managerial, coaching, and scholastic duties to don the twelve ouneers and enter the ring as a fullfledged amateur. Before Christmas, Penny went up to Scranton, defeated his opponent, and got four dollars (for traveling expenses, mind you). You have been warned; you now know Pugilist Penn. All's left for you to do is to do nothing to anger Franklin. Good heavens, we bet we've done it already!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

Come Through With 39-24 P@tt$vllle Wik Coach Charles McGeehan's basket eers traveled to Pottsville _Saturdaj afternoon and handed the Schuylkili Center a 39-24 lacing. With Gallagher and Dougherty scoring 21 points between them the Hazleton quintet had the game sewed up early in the second half. Charlie _MoGeehan's accurate and sensational passing and Steve Zayach's staunch defense desided the contest from the start. The Jay-Vees, however, went down to their third defeat toy a close 13-11 2ount. The Hazleton five led from the start but then bogged down in the last few minutes when the Pottsville luniors scored four points on two ong shots.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

CENTER JAY VEES WIN MANY GAMES Our Center Jay Vee cage quintet is the best we've had in a long time Coached by student-manager Franklir Penn, the junior varsity has been conquering foe after foe and up to date has lost tout two games. Led by Captain "Diz" Glabiek, the Penn-lads present a defense and offense comparable to the varsity. The team 's ace-in-the-hole on the defense is "Squire" Ogrydziak, who has stopped imore plays than any one man this season. The last jay-vee win was over a strong Mahanoy City McCann's team. The Centerites inflicted a first bitter defeat upon the undefeated McCann's juniors.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

MAHANOY McCANN'S SQUELCH CENTER FIVE With a fast-breaking offense, the Mahanoy City McCann's, leaders of he Collegiate League, ran roughshod over the Hazleton Center five, 82-36, at the D. A. Harman gym. Although the Centerites held the Maroons to a 10-8 first quarter score, they failed to keep up with the fast pace set up by the visitors, the game turning into a complete rout. Piecola was the smoothest Hazleton player on the floor while Zayaoh succeeded in holding down the Mahanoy City flash, Gabuzda, to a few field goals.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

Library Pictures On Sale Anyone desiring a picture of the Hazleton Penn State Center Library can now buy one at the office for the price of fifty cents. Since many of the students appear in the picture, a great number of them are expected to be sold for their portrait value.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

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Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 February 1938

1 I Advice to Bookworms We (that is, the author of this column) get a break this issue; we're going to be read by the freshmen foj a change. Why ? Because we're going to discuss those books which must be reviewed in Eng. Comp. 5—that is; the few we've read. If any of these books have potentialities of enriching the student's viewpoint of life, we may offer Lincoln Steffen's autobiography. The width of the book may be discouraging; ibut once you catch the breadth of the material therein you will wish there were more pages to it. Edith Warthon's "Ethan Frome"' should be read by practical freshmen for this reason: it's a short cut to an enjoyable novel. The length of the story is very inviting and the tale of poor Ethan Frome is very stirring. He is one character who has attained immortality in our minds—thanks to Miss Yotter's Eng. Comp. 5 course. . Equally as inviting is Sherwood Anderson's "Winesburg, Ohio," a gathering of short intimate stories concerning characters in the sm...

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