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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

"Turkey Trot" Tuesday Night; "Gabe" Garland To Play Are you tired of exams? Does your head ache from pouring over your chem book? Those "blue book blues " are over now—for a while anyway. So, if it is relaxation you are looking for, be sure to come to the "Turkey Trot." This is the second dance given under the supervision of the student council. It will be held at the St. John's auditorium on North Wyoming street. The date is November 26 and the time is 8:30 P. M. The social committee of the student council, headed by Irene Kochera, has worked hard to make this a bang-up affair. Teddy Broski is in charge of arrangements and has secured the hall and Gabe Garland's orchestra. Anyone who has heard "The Garlanders" knows that there will be plenty of good music. In charge of refreshments is Rose Deitch. Serving as her assistants are Lorraine DeJoseph, Sarah Nelson, John Ward, and Jack Specht. Bob Patanovich is doing a swell job on publicity for the "Turkey Trot." He is responsibl...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

©ame _iioom Committee Selected: Clean-yp Campaign To Begin A game room con:mitte in charge of Francis Fatsie, council vice-president, was selected at the last meeting of the .student council. The other members of the committee are: Tom Caccese, Ted Broski, Frank Lucia, Dave Keller, and Dick Barager. This committee will be solely responsible for the game room, and they voiced then' intention of starting a clean-up program immediately. They agreed that this action wan _nucds.-iary, and intend to enforce any directives they may install. Their first action is to yet sufficient ash trays, and trash receptacles. However, full student co-operation is needed. It hat; been noted that some students eat their lunch in the room and are extremely careless as to disposing of their waste, also, many pieces of _scratch paper usually find their way to the floor instead of the waste basket. As a result of this practice, flies are becoming numerou: and the room usually looks like thf aftermath...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

HUC MAY OFFER COURSE IN MUSSC INSTRUCTION Tentative plans are being made t( _JiTer a couisc in Applied Music next >_omester. This course would involve nstruction in various types of instruments, such as: piano, violin, clarinet, etc. Students taking the course .would receive two credits. There would be :>ne hour of recitation, and five hours of practicum (practice) per week. For practice sessions it was stated that arrangements may be made with the YWCA and YMCA to secure the use of their pianos during- certain hours. An additional fee of $21.51! would be charged for all those desiring to take the course. For GI's this would be taken care of by the GI Bill of Rights. The reason for this i'ee is to take care of rental of instruments, purchasing of _music, and other expenses peculiar to this type of course. Piano and violin would be specialized, but students would be free to study any instrument of then _choice. Altoona Undergraduate Center instituted this course...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

Pennsylvania Junior College Loop Formed At a meeting ir, _Harrisbuvi? or November 16th, the _Pennsylvania Junior College Athletic Associatior way formed. This league will consis_* of ten members divided into _Easteri ._xnd Western disinet" Thf' foami arp ts follows: Western District _1. Altoona U. C. 2. Dubois U. C. 3. Johnstown U. C. 4. York Junior College. 5. Dickinson Junior College. Eastern District 1. Bunknell Junior College. 2. Hazleton U. C. 3. Hershey Junior College. 4. Keystone Junior College. 5. Pottsville U. C. At the close of the season there will be district play-offs. The Eastern olay-offs will bo in Hazleton, and the Western Division will be held in Altoona. The two victors will vie for state honors. This year, the state championship tilt will be held in Western Pennsylvania, but will alternate with Eastern _Pennsylvanis every other year. Theie will be v trophy awarded to each division title holder, with another trophy going to the state champs. In order to gain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

T „ T First HUC _Radi® F@rum _Success The first HUC radio forum of the nresent school year was held Saturday, _November 10, ever station WAZL. The subject for the panel of five was Atomic Control and Its Ramifications. Miss Theresa Searnecchia, moderator for the discussion. ably directed the conversation. Meir. bers of the panel were as follows: Mr. Irvine Levine, instructor jn Physics; Mr. Ralph N. Krecker, instructor in Psychology; Mr. McMullen, head of the English Department, Mr. O'Neill, Chemistry Instructor; and Francis X. Fatsie, student. Several students were in the audience, and when the forum was thrown open for questions, they responded with some interesting questions directed to Mr. Fatsie, who spoke on international control of the atomic bomb. Both participants and audience agreed that the forum was a welcome addition to HUC's extra-curricula T activities, and stated that it should be continued. WILL ATTEND CONVENTION Miss Theresa Scarnecchia, instructor in English...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

ALL CLUBS MUST SUBMIT BUDGET TO COUNCIL BY MONDAY NIGHT At a meeting of the student council Monday, November 18th, adoption of the present budget plan was deferred until all clubs submitted their individual _budgets to the council committee. This must be done by Monday, November 25th, when the council will hold their next session. It is extremely important that all existing clubs con:ply with this request. If clubs, that are organized at present, do not submit their budget plans to the council, the money that is _allocated to thorn will be chanr.elod to other activities. Clubs that arc not as yet organized, but are in the embryo stage, must be completely organized by February 1, 1947, and their budgets submitted at tint time, or thair funds will also be channeled to other activities. The council requested that all clubs send representatives to this meeting, and that they have their _, budgets made out in clear, precise manner. Too much cannot be said about the importance of co...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

NOTICE TO ALL GS's Mr. H. M. Zerbe, who is in charge of the school book store, has announced that students studying under the GI Bill 16 or 346 are still entitled to draw supplies from the book store, provided they have not as yet used up their allotted amount. The majority of the GI Bill students still have a balance on their supply credit card. Supplies can be drawn from the credit card until the balance is exhausted; however, students should use up the balance of their credit cards before the end of the present semester, because no balancs will be carried over to the following sm ester. If you are in doubt as to the amount of supplies that you are still entitled to, please see Mr. Zerbe at the book store. Book store hours are posted in the game room. MATRIC CARDS TO BE CHECKED At the Turkey Trot Tuesday night each student will be required to prevent any outsiders, other than guests of students, from gaining admission to the dance. At the Hallowe'en Dance some students g...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

Alumni Scholarship Dance Christinas Night The Alumni Association of the Hazleton Penn State Undergraduate Center is planning the fifth annual allcollege dance to be held Christmas night in Hazleton. Proceeds from the dance will go into the Robert E. Eiche scholarship fund started in lust) with the intentions of establishing scholarships on a loan basis for Hazleton students. The president of our student council will represent HUC in the Alumni Association. MASS MEETING WEDNESDAY AT 11:00 In a meeting in which the progressive attitude of student government was emphasized, the issue of the mass meeting was debated. The difficulties entailed and the advantages to be gained were discussed, and it was decided that an assembly was a necessity. In co-operation with the council, Mr. 'Goss has announced that the Wednesday morning schedule will be so revised that all students will be able to attend. A copy of that schedule will be found following this article. Attendance will be com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

First _Semester Calendar In order to acquaint students with the vacation schedules, we are listing the Calendar for your future reference and convenience. Friday, November 22 Wednesday, Novcmber27..._ Monday, December 2_.__ Friday, December 20 .... Thrsday, January 2. Friday, January 24... .... Monday, January 27.. Fall Friday, January 31 .__ Friday, January 31- Friday, February 7 ..... Mid-Semester Grade Reports Thanksgiving Recess begins, 5 p.m. Thanksgiving Recess ends, 8 a.m. ___ Christmas Recess begins, 8 a.m. .... Christmas Recess ends, 8. a.m. Fall Semester Classes end Semester Examination begin, 8 a.m. . Fall Semester ends, 5 p.m. Mid-Year Recess begins, 5 p.m. Mid-Year Recess ends, 8 p.m. -- " - - t . __ .

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

LET'S GET IT, STUDENTS! Whafr? Winy, Thar Colieqe Spirit Of Course Students of Hazleton Undergraduate Center, what are you going to tell your grand-children of your of your college life as you bounce them on your knee? Certainly you, will tell them of the struggle that was necessary to maintain scholastic standing; but that isn't the full extent of college life. When your little grand-children look up at you with those blue eyes and say, "Grandpa (or Grandma), is that all there is to college?" What are you going to tell them? Will your eye dim with tears as you recall those amusing adventures; those close friendships, and extra-curricular activities, or will you sadly say, "Grand-children, I made one of the greatest mistakes of my life in college! I was a 'dead head'." Let'sgo, students! The faculty is with us. We have a dramatic club, band, men and women'sglee clubs, a sorority, student council, a swell bunch of classmen, and a newspaper. They all need your support. Their suc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

Personality Sketches MISS PEARL G. GARBRICK The name of Miss Garbrick has become synonymous with progress. As head of our department of music, her efforts in organizing the band, glee clubs, and orchestra can not be overlooked nor can their success be under-estimated if studen cooperation remains at the present level. Under her expert instruction, students of HUC are exploring the mysteries of music. Students are whistling and humming such selections as Beethoven's "Fifth Symphony," or "Habanera" from Carmen. Miss Garbrick was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Her first ambition was to become a musician which was traditional in her family. Her brothers and sisters all play instruments of various kinds and they had a family orchestra. At the age of five, Miss Garbrick displayed her musical talent. Consequently, she was given piano lessons. She has attended Westminster University, Thiel College, Temple University, and Penn State. She received her B. S. in education at Temple and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

Student Or Faculty Aetiyity? The radio forum presented over WAZL last Saturday inaugurated a new student activity at HUC; yet, only one student participated. Is the weekly forum to be presented for the forum 's sake, or is it to be presented as a student activity? The COLLEGIAN feels that as a student activity it should be conducted by and for the students. True, topics of discussion, material to be used, and participants should be subject to faculty advice and supervision ; however, members of the panel, and the moderator should be made up from the student body, with a guest attending each week. This guest could be a business or professional man from Hazleton, or a faculty member. He or she, could either be a member of the panel, or the moderator for the session. The COLLEGIAN feels sure that the faculty members would gladly acquiesce to this idea. It would give students valuable experience in radio delivery, poise in speaking, and broaden their outlook on current problems of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

POET'S POINT OF VIEW This week as the leaves on the trees become fewer and the golden days of Indian summer pass quickly, our student poets turn their thoughts to love. Perhaps remembering a summer romance, moonlight on a resort lake, or the soft strains of music at a summer dance, our poet offers throe poems on the emotion that has transferred man into a social creature. * * * A POEM OF LOVE I have come to drink at the fountain of your beauty, I have some to share with you the depths of our emotions. Whiteness and soitness are yours. Surely nowhere will I find more of generousness and deep satisfaction. Between you and me there is a bond-There is a bond tempered by the seared heat of desire And hardened by the cold facts of mutual need. In youthful eagerness I come to you and you know me; In maturity I will turn to you and you will show no less generosity. Calmness and steadfastness are yours. For with the advancing years when others come and go, You will change not. Between ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

LIBRARY NOTES A new set of the Encyclopedia Brittanica has been added to our library. This new set (194C version) is dedicated to President Truman and King George VI of England, leaders of the two greatest English-speaking countries of the world. Are there any particular magazines that you would like to see in our library? Perhaps you have a hobby and would enjoy having a magazine in connection with it, such as CAMERA, if your hobby is photography. Since the magazine department is being increased, it is hoped to put in magazines that will be of great interest to the student body. Leave your preferences at the circulation desk in the library. During a recent discussion in one of Miss Garbrick's music classes, the students were asked to give an example of rhythm as it is used by the American dance orchestras and also by foreign orchestras as well. One student gave the following example: It seems that during his experience with the U. S. Army in China, he came across an oddity ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

COME, YE THANKFUL PEOPLE Come, ye, thankful people, come, Raise the song of harvest home; All is safely gathered in, Ere the winter storms begin; God our Maker doth provide For our wants to be supplied; Come to God's own temple, come Raise the song of harvest home. All the world is God's own field, Fruit to His great praise to yield; Wheat and tares together sown, Unto joy or sorrow grown: First the blade and then the ear, Then the full corn shall appear; Grant O harvest Lord, that we Wholesome grain and pure may be. —Henry Alford ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS CF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER EDITORIAL ADVISOR MISS THERESA SCARNECCHIA BUSINESS ADVISOR MISS MARY L. DAVEY CO-EDITORS: ASSOCIATE EDITORS: F. X. Fatsie G. M. Tcmsho Can Wargo Edward Wizda SPORTS EDITORS: BUSINESS STAFF : Lccn Baden Ramon Saul Business Manager .. Carmen Stanziola FEATURE EDITORS Advertising Mgr Joseph Wersinger /aim Marsh Gerald Hassel . . w , - Circulation Manager Edward Grega STAFF WRITERS: James Moran, Siegmund Knies, J;., ASSOCIATES: Lcuis Kerchbaumer, Lorraine Dc- Joseph Fisher, Bernard Dvorscak, Joseph, Rose Deitch. George Sipida, Donald Smith.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

SPORTS CHATTER ON THE FATEFUL EVENING OF NOVEMBER 13fft, the axe fell on the remaining list of aspirants for the HUC court squad. Coach Rudman has retained the following twelve men to comprise the Center varsity: Johnny Apichella, ex-HHS cage star, Don Barnes, Bob Kostic, Jack Riordan, and John Riley will be at forward. Ray Saul and Art Hutchinson will share the center duties, while Al Durback, Karl Wagner, Charlie McGlynn, Ray Williams, and Art Johnson will hold down the guard posts .... THE FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON will be played at Pottsvillc where the Rudmanites will clash with a powerful Schuylkill Undergraduate CenterF quintet. The Schuylkill five reigned as champion over all the Undergraduate Centers last season. They will have a number of recently-returned veterans in addition to the hold-overs from last year's crack squad. HERSHEY JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAM will open the Center's home schedule when they meet the HUC on Saturday, December 7. Little is known as to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

WRITTEN and READ The COLLEGIAN, in an effort to acquaint students with popular books of the time, will review a current best-seller in each issue. The first is "Foxes of Harrow" by Frank Yerby. It is an intriguing novel of the old south. Our literary critic, Bernard Dvorscak, takes over from here. The Foxes of Harrow FRANK YERBY — $3.00 Dial Press, 152 West 13 St., N. Y. Romance, politics, colorful passions, Creole society, and subtle phrases are the elements used to create a suitable atmosphere for this semihistorical plot of life typical of Louisiana from 1825 to the Civil War days. Although the author develops his plot around the oft-used setting of New Orleans, his originality in creating the various characters offsets his repetition. This is a story of Irish Stephen Fox, a gentleman of mystic origin, who, as a reputed gambler, stacks fortune in his favor and deals himself the Queen of Hearts, Odalie Or ceneaux. Everything flowers beneath the hand of this flaming redhe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 November 1946

BUSSES CAN BE CHARTERED FOR HUC-POTTSVILLE TILT Students interested in the chartering of busses for the trip to the Pottsville-HUC basketball game, are advised to see Coach Syd Rudman. The game is scheduled for December 4th, and many students have expressed their desire to follow the team. Please do not delay in making these arrangements because prompt information will facilitate the securing of the busses. The topic was: 'Architecture in France" in one of Mr. Carpenter's art classes recently. During the course of the lecture, Mr. Carpenter asked some of the students if they had seen any of the buildings in Paris during their tour of duty with the Army. Several replies were given, .but unfortunately, no one had given much thought to the buildings, whereupon Mr. Carpenter said: "It seems that when people go to Paris these days, they are more interested in other things and not the forms of architecture!" DINE IN COMFORT at the Air Conditioned Blue Comet Diner 45 S. CHURCH ST...

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