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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

NAME THE WAR The President has asked the people of the nation to suggest a name for the war. In order to show H.U.C. patriotism, the Collegian asked foi suggestions. Here are some of the ideas collected by the staff: War of Liberation—George Sholtis. War to Preserve Democracy—Dominic Walker. War of the Free—-Selwyn Stickler. War to Efface Intolerance—Harris Gilbert. War Against Despotism — Peter Miraldo. Crush the Axis War—Naomi Bastuscheck. War of Atrocity—Alice Yost. War of Regeneration — Mr. Walters.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN Published by the Students of the _HazSeton Undergraduate Center of the Pennsylvania State College HAZLETON, PA. "_^H^* ® Vol. V June, 1942 No. 9 STUDENT BOARD GEORGE E. SHOLTIS, Editor in Chief Naomi Bastuscheck, Ario Brennan, Eleanore DeGatis, Harris Gilbert, Torrence Harrison, Jacqueline Kistler, Jack Maher, Francis Marusak, Jack Mulhall, Elvira Sell, Dominic Walker, Nancy Yost, Bernard Zelman. FACULTY BOARD Edna M. Saby, Nicholas M. Brentin, John L. Chase, Robert J. Taylor.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

. tne iirsu . COLLEGE VS. DEFENSE EMPLOYMENT As we all know, colleges all over the country are being affected by the present war. Monthly the enrollment is _decreasing because many of our fellow students are of the draft age. However, the number of students that are forced to leave because their "numbers" are constantly being called, is only a part of those dropping from the enrollment. It is not bad enough that the war is the cause of (making our young men leave college, it is also the cause of luring away many of the other students, both boys and girls, who really would not have to drop out of school. It is to these people that I wish to direct my appeal. I realize as well as you the pleasure that could be derived from earning one's own money. At our age, we all think when we look at some of our former school chums, that it must .be nice to be independent and have lots of money to spend as one pleases, and the thought alone tempts us. Yes, the war has caused urgent defense i...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

Student Council Early last September, 94 students signed out as members of the crew oi the good ship H.TJ.C. and set sail foi ¦ unexplored lands. With no thoughi of mutiny in mind but rather in the hopes of having some pleasant times along with their chores, they chose nine from among their number te chart a course which would include a maximum of pleasurable leisure-time activities. Drawing up articles of incorporation under the name of Student Government Association, the crew of nine elected the following officers: Captain, Charles Bruch; Boatswain, Charles Vitabile; Keeper of the Log, Jacqueline Kistler; and First Mate in charge of the Exchequer, Ario Brennan. The steering committee included William Tito; Robert Holtzclaw, Charles Cowell, Elvira Sell, and George Seidel. Bursar Brennan, incidentally, was selected to his post because of his nefarious reputation of being the tightest-fisted moneyholder in 69 ports, and upon him fell the responsibility of rationing out the fund...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

We Love Our Profs (Continued from page 2) erate enough static electricity tc electrocute each other. Pet peeves? We should say! How are these? Doc Mcllvaine hates pompous people. Mr. Isenberg is emphatic about the butchering of classical music for popular consumption and would like to boycott the Capitol for their record concerts intended to fill out the time between shows. Mr. Thorpe will have nothing to do with sea-food and "vice versa". Dr. Pendell loathes loafers. Dr. Kieft—but that curl! How could he hate anything? Mr. Taylor detests radio quiz programs, stores that sell two kinds of ice cream cones—five-cent and ten-cent, dogs that yap, women with wrinkled stockings, war songs in the rah! rah! spirit, and—Hold on! Our profs do like some things. Mr. Chase delights to be whisked over mountains and through valleys to the tune of "Clementine," which he sings with much gusto ,and right on key through heaven knows how many stanzas. Mr. Brentin likes rare and impossible foods, ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

ESSAY CONTEST With the announcing in April oi an essay contest open to all ri.lHJ students, tne Kngiisn department began what tney hope will continue as a regular (Jenter competition. Jieasons lor announcing, tne contest maj seem obvious—-to stimulate tnought by students about topics tney re interested in, to give them a chance to air tneir opinions publicly, to see tneir names in print, incentives, aside from tnese, were the prizes—three dollars lor first, two dollars lor second prize, Six students, during the busiest time oi the year, were interested enough to submit essays. Of these, five treated the one topic on all our minds—the war, in one or another of its- aspects; one dealt with education as such. One essay was disqualified. Winners the judges are glad to announce as: Jacqueline Kistler, first prize, and Jean De Marco, second prize* Space permits publishing only the first ¦

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

Refuge They know the rolling of the waives, The curved horizon 'gainst the sky, The salty spray and deep blue cave, The snowy, crest and fish that fly. They know, or knew the seaward crave. Alas, not I. They know the conquest of the air, The beating winds, the birds that shy, The thrill of speed, the sun's bright stare, The agile grace oi all that fly. They know the urge that flung them there. „ Alas, not I. They know the joy of the newly found, The wondrous sights, the roving eye The tingle of the unknown sound, The different blue of different sky. They know the call of stranger ground. Alas, not I.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

REFUGEE O mighty banker, Master of capital, Ruler of men, Of what value now thy gold? Of what use thy prestige? Thankful art thou to live. And work and sleep—And dream.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

JOHN WAED—A freshman who graduated from Mining and Mechanical Institute last June. He is a candidate for the Center's basketball quintet and has had experience in prep school politics. ALBERT KELLER—A sophomore student who was a member of last year's student council. He is the son of a Penn State graduate and is an engineering . student. He has been active in school affairs since high school days, where he was a bandsman for three years. RICHARD BARAGER — Another sophomore aspiring to council; seeks re-elction on the basis of his last year's record. While a high school student, he was active in the Thespian Club, a national dramatic organization. ELEANOR KOCAY—A co-ed hailing from _Freeland; also seeks a second term on our governing board. She is on 3 of the few girls who held office last semester, and served on many of the committees of that body. LYN ROWLAND — A student in the Electrical ¦ Engineering curriculum; also petitions for re-election. He has had varied experience in ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

Hallowe'en Dance Tonight At St. John's Hall—8:30 P, M Under the supervision of the presemester student council, the Hazleton Undergraduate Center -will hold its first dance of the 1946 fall semester tonight, October 25, at the St. John's auditorium on North Wyoming street, Hazleton. The dance, commencing at 8:30 p. m. and halting at midnight, will feature Art Wendel, his vocalist and his orchestra. The Men and Girls Glee Club of Hazleton Undergraduate Center will furnish entertainment at the Hallowe'en Dance. They will assist the student body in singing Penn State College songs. The admission tickets, which are free, have been available to the students of H.U.C since Monday, Oct. 21, and are still to be had until 4 p.m. this afternoon, Friday, Oct. 25, at the desk of Mr. Rudman, faculty advisor of the student council. Mr. Rudman is located in the staff room. The members of the pre-semester student council who are responsible for the decorations, refreshments, and the general m...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

Student Elections To Be Held October 28-29 Voting To Be Held In All English Classes The H. U. C. Student Council elections will be held October 28th and 29th. Ballots will be cast in each English class, giving every student the opportunity to vote. There are fifteen candidates for the Freshman class and seven candidates for the Sophomore group. 2Each freshman is permitted to vote for ten candidates; sophomores will vote for five. Here is a brief descriptive sketch of each of your nominees We have tried to treat them as objectively as possible lest we be accused of electioneering. The COLLEGIAN will support whatever student council is elected as long as that council performs its functions in accordance With democratic principles. Some of the students will represent you. Choose them wisely! FOLLOWING ARE THEIR BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES:

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

BAND AND CHORUS MATERIALIZING The musk department, under the supervision of Miss Garbrick, instructor of the music appreciation courses, is progressing in the formation of your band and choral clubs. To date, the members of the choral club total forty; 10 girls and 30 boys. Those persons who have had previous experience in choral or band activities and who are interested in making the organization a success, are requested to contact Miss Garbrick as soon as possible. The first meeting of the choral club was held on October 15, 1946 at 7:30, in room 2, at the Walnut street building. The orchestra, having five violins to their credit, are in great need of additional musicians for the string section. The coining first meeting of the orchestra will be held this week. It is expected, tentatively, that the groups, with the approval of Mr. Goss, will engage in numerous performances in cooperation with future school activities. To the advantage of every student it is reported that t...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

SPEECH FORUM TO BE PRESENTED OVER WAZL Beginning November 16, 1946, the members of the Dramatic and Speed departments will present the first ir their series of weekly, half-hour radic forums over Station WAZL. The forum is under the supervision of Mr. Amos Goss, Dean of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center; Miss Theresa Scarnecchia, head of the Speech and Dramatic departments: and Mr. Don Murray of Radio Station WAZL. This program, patterned after those presented over our major networks, will feature a discussion of topics of vital interest and importance to everyone. The chosen participants will be comprised of several faculty members, students from the Speech and Dramatics classes of Penn State Center, and prominent citizens of Hazleton. Following is a list of the topics that will be discussed: Rent Control What Do You Think of the Idea of Sharing the Secret of the Atomic Bomb with the World? Do You Believe in International Control of the Atomic Bomb? Do You Think the Federal...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

22 STUDENTS JOIN DRAMATIC CLUB The Hazleton Penn State Center Dramatic Club, organized by Mis* Scarnecchia of the Speech Dept., announces that plays will be presented over Station WAZL each week, beginning on November 16. The Dramatic Club is a new organization here at the Center. It is affiliated with the Delta Psi Omega, a national dramatic fraternity which has its chapters in 140 colleges and universities. At the first meeting of the club, tryouts were given and the following were accepted into the organization: George M. Tomsho, Francis X. Fatsie, Edward P. Wizda, George Sipida, Edward Grega, Ramon S. Saul, Frank Lucas, Walter Palmer, Gerald W. Hassel, John L. Apichella, Nancy North, Dan Wargo, Morris Deitch, Sara Nelson, Alfred Launikonis, Charles Maurer, Knies Siegmund, Robert John Evans, Richard Barager, Lorraine DeJoseph, Jeanne Uzmann, and Esther Bea Wagner. Anyone still interested in joining the club can do so by contacting Miss Scarnecchia who will give tryouts by...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

Food Prices Topic Of Forum Discussion Food and food prices, where are they going? This controversial topic will be discussed Monday evening, October 28 at an open forum to be held at the YWCA. The panel speakers were selected for their particular knowledge of the subjects to be discussed. A representative of labor, a housewife, a merchant and a member of the OPA will discuss the topic from the points of view of those bodies. The forum wiii then bu open to anyone present who wishes to express their opinions. If the forum Monday night follows the pattern of those in the past the discussion will be quite lively. Dr. Hazel Ramsay will act as moderator. She has acted in this capacity in the past and her wide experience with sociological problems, and her wealth of 'knowledge contributes greatly to the success of the forums. To urge you to attend should be unnecesary-. The issue is so vital that a more complete understanding of it is necessary. The right of freedom of speech is a ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

Sorority And Faculty Tea Held October 23 lhe Omega Chi Tau Sorority held their first social function of the' season when they sponsored a tea for the fe male students, teachers, and wives of the advisory board on Wednesday evening, October 23, at the YWCA. Members of the sorority acted as hostesses and a general getacquainted session followed. The co mmittee for the affair consisted of Shirley Van Nauker, in charge of arrangements; Eleanor Morawski, refreshments; and Anne McHugh, entertainment. The program consisted of the following : The Girls' Glee Club singing the Penn State Alma Mater. Marimba 3olos — Carolyn Margwarth. Violin solo—Anne McHugh. Novelty number—Jane Kenvin. Piano solos—Ruth Von Bergen.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

Awards To Be Presented At Hallowe'en Dance At the Hallowe'en Dance tonight, student council and basketball awards will be given. The awards are to be presented in the form of beautifully designed keys. To be eligible for the basketball award, the student must have played in more than half the number of quarters played during the schedule. Eligibility for the council keys is determined by past service on the council. Difficulty in obtaining the keys resulted in postponing the awards which were originally scheduled to be made at the dinner dance which was held this past June. Those eligible for the awards are asked to be present at the dance.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

RECORD MAKER RECEIVED Mfiis Scarnecchia, dramatics and speech instructor, has received a record-maker to be used in the dramatic an-d speech classes. The recorder, a valuable asset to the speech and dramatics students, will be used in a manner as to measure, over a specific period of time, the degree of improvement in a student's pronunciation, enunciation, diction, tone of voice, and various other qualities that distinguish an accomplished speaker. The recorder, the first to be used in the Hazleton Undergraduate Center in the above mentioned system, cost the dramatic and speech department approximately $200.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

S.O.S. FROM THE COLLEGIAN The staff of the COLLEGIAN it still undermanned. People interested in editorial journalism or id the advertising phase of newspaper work are urged to contact us as soon as possible. We need your help. Those who wish to write occasional articles and who cannot find time to participate in regular newspaper sessions can submit their work to members of the staff. This is your newspaper. It will be as good as you make it. If you have any suggestions or criticisms write them in letter form and let us print them. Names of letter writers will be withheld on request.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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