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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 October 1946

The Goblin's Call Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! Tonight, 8:30, St. John's Hall Witches ride, door bells ring, The band will play, the Glee Club sing It's the Hallowe'en Party of HUC. Be there, one and all. e _^r#_^ y_^_fPSp _^ «\ _\ _0 ;

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

Personality Sketches INTRODUCING DR. RAMSAY First impressions of an individual are often discounted when you really got to know the individual. When your reporter first met Dr. Hazel G. Ramsay, she was immediately classified as the dramatics instructor. Like the grand lady of the theatre, with expressive gestures and dramatic voice, she is ever friendly, most energetic and has a winnig personality. Miss Ramsay came to the Hazleton Undergraduate Center as history instructor a year ago. She enjoyed the work here so well that, consequently, she returned this semester to teach European and American History. Dr. Ramsay enjoys her work here because she is very much in favor of the new trend of decentralized college and the G. I. Bill of Rights, both of which afford an opportunity to those who otherwise would not be able to gain a college education. Dr. Ramsay's main ambition has been and is teaching. She enjoys working with young adults, especially in regards to history and the po...

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

,..:• _' . ELECT A GOOD COUNCIL . ' The.time for reorganization of the college student council is approaching'. In the hands of this body rests the _responsibility for the administration aaid use of funds collected for student activity. It is important, therefore, that members of the council should be as well trained as possible in order that the Center may derive maximum benefit and entertainment during the present semester, which will be the tenure of offire of the incoming* council. ¦ In the hands of the student body lies the responsibility lor the choice of good representatives in council. How then can we choose a' council who will satisfy our needs.'' Let usi first determine those qualifications which will enable an individual <~o serve efficiently and which will create a well-balanced council. We need closely knit teamwork, social harmony, p'ast experie-nce and financial acumen. _' ' ¦' To develop team work in our council, let us rely upon our sportsmen who have l...

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

Til® Poet's Point /«b,__ff BAD Of View To try to please all of the literary tastes of a _school as large as ours is a hard and thankless task. Yet, in _accordance with our policy of pleasing as many people as possible, we will publish poems, short stories, and satires as often as you like. If you the students, who are the real editors of our paper, wish to have us make this literary feature a permanent thing we will do so. If not, then let us know and we will act accordingly. We, the staff, want to make this paper the voice of the school. We shall try to make this voice the same as that one heard in the halls and the game-room. The Collegian will speak for the student, for the student will speak in the Collegian. Enough of this editorializing. I will leave that to abler hands. Instead find here a few simple but sincere verses. Any of you who write and would like, to see your brain-children in type, consult any member of our staff. Now the poetry for better or worse. REFLECTI...

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

What ' Is An Educated Man? bo crates said tnat education should make a man a better citizen find thereby a happier individual. Aristotle held that the aim of education should be to make people virtuous. From these two statements we can get the basis for the mark of an educated man. An educated man must at first register the marks of happiness, virtue, and good citizenship. Those are the main distinguishable characteristics. As for intelligence, no educated man will publicize that fact. Intelligence is something- that is assumed unknowingly, not shouted about. The .man who shouts, "I know it all. You can't teach me anything more," that is the man who is in reality ignorant, for the educated man realizes that there is . no exact terminus to education; education is a continuous process just like life, and ends only when life itself does. The educated man must be worldwise, unbiased, and tolerant. He can only condemn that which is against moral concept. He must be willing to acc...

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

PUBLICITY AGENTS WANTED We are sending out an SOS for publicity agents to all stitlents of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. Everyone of you ittending the Center can be of great help toward publicizing his institution. For too many years HUC has stood in obscurity. Now it las the opportunity to become one of the leading institutions of _iazleton and also of the state. There are many ways to publiize the Center: revive old clubs, take greater interest in new lub.s, attend the coming basketball games, take pride in the act that you are from HUC, and let your friends and relatives now all about our activities, our social functions, our faculty, ml our curriculum. HUC's dream of a large student body has een realized, but now let us utilize this l'arge group to bring 1UC into the .public eye. Remember, instead of talking about the weather, talk about lie Hazleton Penn State Center.

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

LIBRARY RULES 1. Books on the regular library shelves may be taken out for one week. At the end of that time they may be renewed. 2. Books on reserve may be obtained at the circular desk. They may be used for one hour in the library or taken out over night. Over-night books are to be returned no later than 9 a. m. the following morning, 3. Magazines and newspapers may be used only in the library. 4. A fine of two cents per day will be charged for overdue books, except those on reserve. The line for reserve books is five cents for each hour or fraction thereof. 5. Silence is requested at all times for the benefit of those who are studying.

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

OUR AIM This is the first issue of your paper. We want this paper to represent youthe student body of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. Therefore, it is our aim to present your thoughts,, ideas, and suggestions. The success of the paper depends entirely upon each and every one of you. If you do not care to write articlesthen give us your suggestions, they may be invaluable in making the paper more interesting to the rest of the students. Let's start right—right from the _sfavt!

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

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

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS CF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER CF PENN STATE COLLEGE FACULTY ADVISOR MISS THERESA SCARNECCHIA BUSINESS FACULTY ADVISOR MISS MARY DAVEY EDITORIAL STAFF Leon Baden Jack Fcdock Frank Sherno _ ,, , _Gaorge Tomsho Barnard Cortese Gerald Hassel Edward Wizda Bernard Dvorscak Aarcn Marsh Dan Wargo BUSINESS STAFF: Theodore Cichowic Joseph Fisher Carmen Stanziola Bernard Dvorscak Edward Grega Joseph Wersinger : * Daniel Alampi Francis Fatsie Ramon Saul

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

FOR QUALITY CLOTHES AND LOW PRICES . . . See Diamond Clothing Store N. Wyoming St. Next to Feeley Theatre

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

STUDENT HELPS By RALPH N. KRECKER ¥ * This column is being dedicated to the memory of the students who have laid down their academic lives in order that we might have a better understanding of how to study and how not to study. It is an effort to present to local Penn State freshmen (and sophomores) some of the proper study habits with which they should be cultivated, and some of the ways by which they may be developed to a higher degree of efficiency. Some students have already begun to feel that flunking is an inevitable as death and taxes; this need not be true. Students flunk, primarly, for one of two reasons: First, they may lack the basic ability necessary to do college work, or they may lack the ability to continue in the curriculum of their first choice, or; Second, they may be guilty of the improper application of, or the complete lack of application of ability even though they possess an adequate amount of it. For those who fall in the first category, a change in 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

SPORTS CHATTER The Hazleton Undergraduate Center will open up its 1946-47 basketball season on Friday, November 22nd, with what is probably the strongest team in the history of the school. Originally 42 men tried out for the team and at the last practice there were still 26 aspirants. The line-up is studded with many ex-G.I. and high school stars. It must be remembered that every opponeni will also have a strong team after a wartime lapse. Coach Syd _Rudman has announced the following tentative schedule. BASKETBALL Fri., Nov. 22—Pending. Wed., Dec. 4—Schuylkill U. C. at Pottsville. Sat., Dec. 7—Hershey Junior College at Hazleton. Fri., Dec. 13—Bucknell J. C. at Wilkes-Barre. Tue., Dec. 17—York Junior College at Hazleton. Fri., Jan. 10—Pending. Wed., Jan. 15—Keystone }. C. at Hazleton. Fri., Jan. 17—York j. C. at York. Sat., Jan. 18—Hershey J. C. at Hershey. Fri., fan. 24—Dickinson J. C. at Hazleton. Fri., Feb. 7—'Keystone J. C. at Scranton. Sat., Feb. 8—Altoona U. C. at Ha...

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

FRE-GAME FORECASTS The ability to tell which team will leave a football field victorious would be a handy thing for those of us who like to make occasional wagers. In keeping with our policy of bringing the best service possible to all students, we offer our suggestions for the week-end tilts. This publication has spared no time, labor, or expense in its quest for correct predictions. The expenses of our reporters, whose inteiviews with all the local sports exports took them into all the ' better pool rooms in town, were terrific. Here we go! College student. " , j rushing in where angels fear, to 1 tread. Follow our example! Don't bet a cent on any of them ! (Favorites in CAPS.) PENN STATE-Colgate. I ARMY-Duke. , ! PENN-Navy. NOTRE DAME-lowa. PURDUE-Pitt. j MUHLENBBRG-Franklin & Mar. j VILLANOVA-Boston College 1 FORDHAM-King's Point ¦! WM. & MARY-Virginia M.I. YALE-U. S. Coast Guard. CONNECTICUT-Lehigh. BROWN-Boston U. . HOLY CROSS-Harvard. SUNBURY-Haaleton ...

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

STUDENT'S GYM SCHEDULE The Y.M.C.A. gym is available to men. students Tuesday from 1 P. M. to 3 P. M. and Friday 2 P.M. to 4 P. M. These periods may be followed by a half hour swim if so desired. Thursday is girls' day at the Y.M.C.A., as they can use the gym from 4 P. M. to 5 P. M. followed by a half hour swim. Girls' bowling is scheduled from 6:30 to 8:30. All _students are urged to take advantage of this opportunity for physical exercise. Your matriculation at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center entitles you to use the facilities of the local Y.M.C.A. There is a specific schedule to be followed'in the use of these facilities v\d there are also certain regulations to be obeyed. It should not be necessary to tell college students the proper manner of behavior but a few gentle hints may not go amiss. Mr. Davis, secretary of the "Y" has spent a good deal of time and energy in keeping the floors of the gym and the lobby in good condition. Never wear street shoes in the gym and alw...

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

Between Broad and WaBnyf BRIGHT SAYINGS Requested to write a theme entitled, "The Outstanding Member of Your Family," a student of Miss Collier's wrote a biography of Leo Durocher. Asked if the famed sportsman was a member of his family, the lad calmly answered, "Oh, no, he's a meni'ber of someone else's family." BIG FAMILY! In filling out a questionnaire during registration, a freshman conscientiously completed the section where the number of younger and older brothers was requested. Mr. Krecker, in checking the questionnaire was quite startled. The boy undoubtedly misinterpreted the question to mean the ages of his brothers _because his answers were 36 older and 18 younger. MODERN BOTANY In one of his Botany classes, Mr. Steeele was illustrating the many ways in which our everyday life is connected with plants. When he asked if anyone knew of an association of music with Botany, he received the bright answer, "Tea for Two." HIALEAH LAMENT Horses don't bet on people, Hors...

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

Meet The Coach Another addition to the H.U.C. faculty is Mr. Syd Rudman, head of the Physical Education Department. Coach Rudman is a native of Philadelphia, Pa. While at West Philadelphia High School, he participated in athletics; namely, gymnastics, basketball, and soccer. Upon graduation, Mr. Rudman entered West Chester S.T.C. where he was outstanding in gymnastics, having won the A.A.U. Ail-Around Gymnastic Championship in 1940. After one year at West Chester, ho transferred to Penn State. Here he was a member of the national championship gymnastic team. Although Coach Rudman .played intra-mural basketball, his lack of height prevented his playing varsity ball. He played some soccer at State, too. With no little reluctance, he admitted being a cheer-leader. In 1943, he was called into service. After completing an AAF O.C.S. course at Miami Beach, Fla., he became a Physical Training Officer in the Army Air Forces and later, a Physical Reconditioning Officer in the U. S. Arm...

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

RUDMAN CUTS HUC QU8NTET CANDIDATES Wednesday night was pruning time at the A. D. Thomas Gym, as Syd Rudman, HUC basketball coach cut a number of candidates for the squad from the roster. With a recordbreaking number of aspirants the job was indeed a difficult one. With many former high school stars,. YMCA basketeers, and independent hoopsters to choose from the coach has slashed the squad to approximately [ 20 hopefuls. J AN HONEST MAN The setting was in the game room of the HUC. An aged and sagaciouslooking character walked in carrying a lantern. Students of Ancient History immediately recognized him as Diogenes. He sauntered over to a group of GI's and asked one of them"How many of the enemy did you ¦ki ll?" "Why, none," the student replied. Diogenes blew out his light and went home.

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

THE PROFS SPEAK DR. RAMSAY: "Class! Don't sit there like a bump on a pickle." MR. KRECKER: "You may go, that is all." MR. BROADLY: "I like this word —'GRIM'." MISS SCARNECCHIA: "Good! Good! " MR. McMULLEN: "Keep the noise down to a dull roar!" MR. O'NEIL: ''Open the book to page 85." MR. GOSS: "Are you sure?" MR. STEEL: "We'll take that up later." MR. CARR: "I'm the boss!" MISS DOSSENBACH: "Who has the following hours free?' MISS CAMPBELL: "Quiet please!" MISS PHILLIPS: "Comprenezvous."

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

N_3TTANY LIONS TO j CLASH WITH FCRDHAM ! On November 2, the Penn State Nittany Lions will tackle the Fordham Rams at New Beaver Field, State College, Pa., in a game which has j aroused a great deal of interest at ! the local Undergraduate Center. Of special interest to regional fans will be the appearance of Joe Anj drejeo, captain of the Fordham eleven. Joe is well remembered as a Hazleton High great and he composed half of the famed "Touchdown Twins " combination that gathered glory on scholastic gridirons. Many of the student body here at HUC plan to attend the fray and an exciting afternoon of football will be in store for them.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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