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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

±iie _scnuiuHiic leuuiu vi _eauii hl SOME LIGHT on the GRADING SYSTEM udent is kept in credits, a credit representing one hour of recitation or lecture work per week for one semester, or from two to throe hours of practicum per week for one semester. The grading system in use at the college is a follows: 3 (90 to 100) 2 (80 to 89) 1 (70 to 79) 0 (60 to 69) -1 (45 to 59) -2 ( 0 to 44) A grade of -1 or -2 is a failure, and I the subject must be repeated. To be eligible for graduation at the College, students must have grade points equal in number to the credits | required for the degree. Grade points j are determined by multiplying the j grade earned by the number of cre-I dits for the subject. For example: | Math. 10, 4 credits, with a grade- of ] 2, is the equivalent of 8 grade points. | In substance this means that although j 0 is a passing grade, an average of 1 ! is required for graduation. :9 BASKETBALL SCRIMMAGK --¦ Bioonisburg S. T. C. vs. 1IUC. Thui1 .. Nov. M. —A. D....

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Mystery Of The Intoxicating Odor Visitors to the Walnut Street Building stared in disbelief at the sight of two large barrels in the game room. With paper cups in hand there was a line af students _\vaiting for a drink. What was it? Well, it was the cider that remained from our Hallowe'en Dance. A number of freshmen brought it down from St. John's Hall. Apples, pretzels and potato chips were also available, and an "In Between Classes Snack" was enjoyed by the ' student body. ( Your reporter hesitates to comment on the thoughts that may have arisen in the minds of people, when they saw the barrels rolled into the building by four husky freshmen.) A misfortune occured which was much to our displeasure. Mr. Moe Drum, our night janitor, was quite amazed to find the game room floor _eovereil with cider. Upon investigation, he discovered that a gaping hole \va.i _present in one of the barrels. What did IVlr. Drum do? Well, un thai night, the floor.-; ol' ( he Walnut Stre.it Building...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Dramatic Club T@ _Select First Major Production At the next meeting of the Dramatic Club, which will be held on November 12, the members of the club will select, from a group of twelve choice .plays, their first, to be presented in the current season. Approximately twelve plays sent from the campus, ranging from drama to farce, will give the members a wide selection to choose from. Miss Scarnecchia has high hopes for the best in college theatricals for she is working with experienced performers. Tentatively, the productions will bo staged at one of the public schools here in Hazleton. In addition to the names of the members of the Dramatic Club, which were published in the last issue of your paper, there are four new members, namely: Gloria Pauline, Grace MeBride _^ Jane Kenvin and Nancy Nnvth.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

YOUR NEW STUDENT COUNCIL Sitting, left to right: E. Morawski, Al Keller, Peg Dennion, Rich Barager, I. Kochera. Standing: D. _Bloss, R. Patanovich, T, Broski, A. Cannon, J. Ward, R. Deiteh, T. Caccese, F. Lucia, F. Fatsie, D. Keller.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

GLEE CLUB ALSO ACTIVE Our up and coming glee club is endeavoring and succeeding in at-I taining its goal, that of a polished I and well-rounded vocal group. The ! latest meeting- of the club was or: Tuesday, _X'ov. r>. The ne\*t meeting of the _oiganization will take place on the 12th. it is plain ' to see that they too, through their initiative, have also increased the number attending rehearsals from ten to tweney-five active participants. _Although their problems are not so large and ' : so varied as those facing the band, one major opposition to the complete ' success of the club is the hick of first tenors. The fact that the first tenor part is more difliculL than most of the other five parts is proven in I he fact that the glee club boasts of only two persons who are able io sing die part. Any first tenors who are interested in the club, and who have not .as yet scon Miss Garbriek, are rij-1 quested to see her as soon as pos-(sible. At their last, gathering, the c...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Miss Jamczek's greatest fame was attained in the Broadway show, "Oklahoma". She was with the show six months as an understudy to the lead part, "Laurie." Her stage name was Terry Coll. Familiar Scenes Anne McHugh — wearing a new dress which is as usual in perfect taste. Nancy North — with her "perfect smile." Irene iSmith — laughing as usual. Miss Staffieri joined our faculty this fall semester. She is, at present, teaching Spanish 1, 2, and 3. Her main ambition is to travel throughout Mexico and the Spanishspeaking countries of South America. MISS MARY THERESA JANICZEK iBeauty, talent, and personality are attributes which are rarely possessed by one person. The Hazleton Undergraduate Center, however, has a coed in the person of Miss Janiczek who is gifted with all of these traits. Miss Janiczek was born in Hazleton in 1926. Her childhood ambition was to become a musician. When she was awarded a scholarship to the Curtis Institute of Music, it was the happiest moment of her li...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

OPEN LETTER: From: STUDENT BODY OF HUC To: PEOPLE OF GREATER HAZLETON For twelve years the Hazletan Undergraduate Center has played a prominent role in the education of our youth. It has progressed rapidly since the days when, like any new-born institution, it was beset by the criticism and skepticisms of those who always scoff at progress. Today, three hundred and eighty-four of your sons and daughters are enrolled at the Undergraduate Center. Three hundred of these are men who have served our country honorably and well on all the battlefronts of the world. All of these veterans returned to find the country _unprepared for their retuurn to school. Mr. Goss and staff with the cooperation of your city school authorities, have expanded our facilities to their capacity. We are crowded for space even now. Every day mdre applications are received. It is easy to see that many of these applicants will have to be turned away unless something is done. This institution offers to the youth...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Regulations For Undergraduates The following rules are being published in the Collegian for the students' guidance and apply specifically to all students enrolled at the Center: Withdrawal from College A. In order to leave in good standing, a student who voluntarily withdraws from College during the College year must obtain withdrawal papers from the Administrative Head and submit them, properly signed. Change of Curriculum A. A student desiring to make a change of curriculum must, if he is a minor, present a written consent of his parent or guardian. B. A student desiring to change from one School to another must obtain a petition form furnished by the Administrative Head. Dropping or Adding a Subject A. If a student drops or adds a subject, the change must be made, within two weeks of the beginning of the semester. B. A change of schedule authorized after the first two weeks of a semester may be issued only upon petition by the student. C. A student is charged a fee of $1.00 f...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

LETTERS TO THE EDITORS: Ladies and Gentleme_,n: The days of honorary office have ceased. You are now engaged in an open conflict between the masses and the classes. It is up to you to make something out of HUC and to take upon yourselves the responsibilities acquired with your offices. As you well know, HUC is still in the embryo stage and you are pioneering to make this center into a worthy institution for future generations. Before you lie nrainy unfinished tasks begun by those who have .preceded and it is up to you to see that these tasks are completed. There are many details to/ be expedited that are now in the process of becoming overpowering and injurious to the student body as a whole. It is up to you to combat ttiese situations to the utmost of your ability. The present condition of the student's lounge is deplolrable. There is an urgent need for trash cans and cigarette receptacles in both the lounge and the halls. Recreation facilities should be adjusted in the space pro...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

ARMISTICE DAY 1946: LEST WE FORGET This is an overall picture of the neat military cemetery of Maarsgraten near Maastricht, Holland. Here rest 20,000 allied soldiers from all parts of the world, who have given their lives for the cause of freedom. (Editor's note: This 'picture has been received direct from Holland by one of our staff. The story accompanying it states that each one of these graves have been adopted by the people of Maastricht, and they take care of them. RECESSIONAL—Kipling God of our fathers, known of old— The tumult and the shouting dies—Lord of our far-flung battle line— The Captains and the kings depart—Beneath whose awful hand we hold Still thine ancient sacrifice Dominion over palm and pine— : On Humble and contrite heart. Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest we forget,—lest we forget! Lest we forget,—lest we forget! . . .

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

LOST AND FOUND One red hand-book of math, chemistry, and physics tables. Finder please return to Chas. Edwards or at the main office.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER FACULTY ADVISOR MISS THERESA SCARNECCHIA BUSINESS FACULTY ADVISOR MISS MARY DAVEY EDITORIAL STAFF: Daniel Alampi James Moran George Tomsho Leon Baden Gerald Hassel Edward Wizda Bernard Cortese Aaron Marsh Bernard Dvorscak Ramon Saul Uan Wargo Francis Fatsie Sigmund Knies Louis Kerchbaumer BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Dvorscak Joseph Fisher Carmen Stanziola George Sipida Edward Grega Joseph Wersinger :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Although football holds the spotlight now, basketball season is only three weeks away. Our own team knows it only too well as they are winding up their fifth week of hard practice under the supervision of Coach Syd Rudman. Eighteen men still remain on the squad and according to Coach Rudman he will retain that many for home games. It is planned to carry 12 men for away games. Named for forward positions are the following first semester freshmen: John Riley, 6', John McHugh, 5'9", Bob Kostic, 57", Jack Fedock, 511", and Johnny Appichella, 6', while Don Barnes, 5' 10", and Norby Leonard, 5*9", are second semester freshmen. Four rangy boys are working out in the center position including Karl Wagner, 6', Ray Williams, 6', Art Hutchinson, 6'5", and Ray Saul, 6*3". The first three are first semester freshmen while Saul is second semester. The guards are: Art Johnson, 6', and Bob Welliver, 5'7", both first semester freshmen; Joe Maday, 6', Charlie McGlynn, 5*9", first semester sophomore...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Sorority To Admit Freshman Girls The president of the Omega Chi Tau Sorority has announced that freshman girls will be admitted to the organization November 11. The sophomore girls who are enrolled in the organization will invite, in the near future, the freshman girls to attend the formal acceptance of new recruits at a covered-dish social. The covered-dish social is an affair where each member brings some sort of refreshment such as cake, candy, etc. Included in the activities of the occasion will be the installation of the recently sophomore officers who are: President—Irene Golias, Vice-President—Eugena Maczkov, Secretary—Ann McHugh, and Treasurer—Rene Olivia. Mrs. Amos Goss is acting as advisor to the sorority. Regular meetings of the sorority are held in the library on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The meeting takes in the reading of the minutes, the treasurer's report, and the discussion of both old and new business. The primary purpose of the organizat...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Pre-Game Forecasts / _tJ_^_r_^^^^^^^BaM For our first group of grid predictions, we had ten correct, four wrong, and two tied, for an average of .714. The following are our choices for this week-end (favorites in CAPS): ARMY-Notre Dame. NAVY-Georgia Tech. PENN STATE-Temple. PENN-Columbia. WEST VIRGINIA-Fordham. GEORiGIA-Florida. MUHLENBERG-iGettysburg. WAKE FOREST-Duke. RICE-Arkansas. RUTGERS-Lafayette. OHIO STATE-Pitt. TUFTS-Coast Guard Academy. PlRINCETON-Virginia. MT. CARMEL-Hazleton High. McADOO HIGH-M. & M. I. W. HAZLETON-Blythe Twp.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

BOOKS ON RESERVE AT HUC LIBRARY To aid the students of HUC in locating the reference books which were prescribed by their instructors as excellent material for outside reading, we are publishing a list of books which are now on reserve at your HUC library. For the students of History 19, the following books are on reserve: Dietz, Industrial Revolution. Fay, Origin of World War- Vol. I. Hayes, Political and Cultural History of Europe. Johnson, Hewlet, The Soviet Power Stettinius, Lend Lease Weapon for Victory. For the students of History 20, the following book is on reserve: Beard, A., An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States. The following books are for the benefit of a variety of subjects: Robinson, Readings In General Physics. Dockeray, (2 books) Psychology. Duncan Phillips, The Artist Sees Differently. The Complete Works of Shakespeare. Beard, Rise of American Civilization. Warren, The Supreme Court in U. S. History. Vol. 1 - 2. Fishe, Critical ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Automobile Drivers In conjunction with the nationwide campaign for safe driving, the Collegian prints an interesting dissertation on the various types of drivers. The personality of an automobile driver can be really determined by his actions and reactions. Generally we can divide drivers into two classes: the careful drivers, and the heedless ones. Since very little attention is ever given to careful people, we shall devote our thoughts to the careless, those whose names frequent the obituary columns. In this discussion we shall review only those types of careless drivers that are most eminent. We can divide them into four classes: Speeders, Anti-Socials, Lovers, and Primpers. _Tha Speeders and the Anti-Socials can be distinguished from the others in that they have no definite reason for their carelessness. In order to get to his destination quickly, the Speeder manipulates his vehicle in and out of traffic, causing flaring tempers and gnashing teeth.% The Speeder finds tha...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

CAN YOU IMAGINE . . . Mr. O'Neill—Whistling the "Darktown Strutter's Ball?" Mr. McMullen—Being angry? Mr. Broadley — Driving a 1946 Cadillac? Bob Haufman — Without a sliderule? Reynold Menelley — Without his briefcase? Joe Reznik — With curly hair? The three scientists, O'Neill, Levine, and Steele — Attending the Key Theatre every Saturday night to see that thrilling serial "The Crimson Ghost." Miss Scarnecchia—Saying, "Terrible?" Nancy North—With a sober expression? Jimmy Schmeer — Without a test tube? Donald Barnes — Well, you can imagine! ? Jean Kenvin — Unprepared in her history?

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

BETWEEN BROAD AND WALNUT We would like to know the name of the freshman who was entering the office of Mr. Goss, snapped to attention and delivered a military salute which would have done credit to 'General Marshall himself. Mr. Goss was astounded. Ah! Rehabilitation! Two aspiring gentlemen who are members of the Men's Glee Club insisted on doing a solo during the rendition of the alma mater at our Hallowe'en Dance. The girls were supposed to have the solo, but this certainly didn't phase our ambitious vocalists. What some people won't do for publicity!

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 8 November 1946

Radio Productions After November 16th. In cooperation with Station WAZL, the radio programs to be presented by the Dramatic Club, will commence soon after November 16. The exact time and date of the preformances, which are 15 to 20-minute period plays, cannot be announced at this time due to the fact that WAZL's schedule must be arranged in accordance with their regularly scheduled commercial programs. Such arrangements have not, as yet, been completed. The plays, however, will be held during the week, and there will be one performance per week. If these radio programs are a success, the club may attempt to produce a radio serial.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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