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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

HUC Radio Forum To Have Christmas Program The radio forum of the HUC will present an all Christmas program on December 21, 1946. The subject under discussion is: "How Christmas is celebrated in foreign lands." Members of the faculty and student body will tell of the customs of the various countries in celebrating Christmas and the Yuletide season. Some of the countries to be discussed are England, France, Spain, Holland and Germany. If you desire to know how Old Saint Nick visits the children of lands across the sea, do not forget to tune in. Broadcasting time is from 5 P. M. to 5:30 P. M.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

NEW RECORDS IN GAME ROOM A group of new popular records has been purchased for your enjoyment in the game room. There are boogie-woogie, classical, semi-classical, and the blues at your pleasure. If any student or group of students desires any selections that are not in the game room, Miss Garbrick will secure same upon request. These records are put in the game room for your pleasure and relaxation. Don't abuse this (privilege.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

Dramatic Club To Sponsor Mid-Winter Frolic The Dramatic Club under the direction of Miss Scarnecehia has announced that it will sponsor the Mid-Winter Frolic to be presented on January 16, 1947. This will be the first dance to be held in the New Year and a fine turnout is expected. The Dramatic Club will present a series of skits and is expected to have a fine programme to present for the evening. ¦

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

DON'T FORGET (as though you would) Vacation begins Friday, December 20, 1946 at 5:00 P. M., and ends Monday, January 6, 1947, at 8:00 A. M. Make "Merry" 'cause then comes the last grind. . . FINALS!

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

The members of the Student Council extend their most sincere wishes for a happy holiday season to the Faculty and Student Body of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. We wish to express our thanks for the co-operation given to us this semester and in the coming semester will try to do all we can to merit the faith placed in us. May the coming year bring all of you sue- cess in all your undertakings. STUDENT COUNCIL _t i I I \ j t I I i I 5 I I \ I !" .

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

Personality Sketches Lt. J. G." Her "retirement" came on December 8, 1945. She commenced her duties at the Center at the beginning of the present semester. Our library, which was certainlj in a "sad state," has begun to progress under her efficient direction Miss Campbell fully realizes that s good library is a college necessity. ELEANOR MORAWSKI Eleanor's sense of humor, and hei ability to give and take a joke has made her popular with both the male and female members of our student body. This modest, petite lass was bom in Hazleton in May, 1927. Her childhood ambition was to be a chemist. She graduated from the Hazleton Senior High School in 1945, and entered the HUC in the fall semester of that same year. She is at present continuing her study of chemistry with the ultimate hope of someday becoming a famous research chemist. Eleanor has been an active member of the student council for the past two semesters. Last semester she ably served as secretary of that organization. S...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

A SUGGESTION Many words have been written relative to the condition of the game room, and many more will be written until the students act in a manner which is becoming of ladies and. gentlemen. Most of the students are accustomed to making the best out of a bad situation; but, that trait is sadly lacking in the general behavior thus far. Time and time again the students have been told about keeping the game room clean; however, the filth, the dirt, obscene language, and misuse of the furniture goes on. The game room committee appointed by the council is hampered by the lack of funds and therefore cannot supply suitable facilities at this time; but no co-operation from the students is forthcoming. As you have no doubt noticed, there are blackboards in the game room. What is written on these blackboards? All one can see are meaningless pictures, jokes that are strictly from hunger, and a lot of senseless chalk marks. True, a student may work a math problem on the board; this is...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

POET'S POINT OF VIEW After tracking down stories, digging up news, and arguing with the re-write man, a reporter sometimes wonders whether it is really worth the effort. It is in times such as these that our erst-while members of the fourth estate get lyrical and sentimentaL Instead of nonsensical doodling, this is what we sometimes find on our scratch pad. Wherever I may wander On the face of this broad earth, When I hear the soft rain falling, It will call to mind your mirth. Should I see a gorgeous sunset, Nature's most dramatic flair; It won't be just a sunset, But a picture of your hair. If I glimpse the crimson wine; The be-ribboned noble sips, The wine will live and speak to me To tell me of yciir lips. And when life's sand clock's emptied And I write my final score, To enter eternity, Your face will close the door. The words came easy to my agile tongue; Too easy perhaps, for I spoke them often To those less worthy of their benediction When I was to speak to them. I to...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

OVER THE HUMP The first twelve weeks of the semester are over; for most of us il has been a rough and crucial period. The marks are now in, and we can sit back and take inventory. We know what is expected of us in the various subjects of our curriculum, and also know just about what we can do. Most of us; out of school for some years, have done a wonderful job. We have proved that we are serious in our desire for higher education, and can be an asset to our school and country. Besides scholastic achievements, we have not been idle in extracurricular activities: HUC has held two parties that have been great successes; the glee club and band are rounding into great shape; the Dramatic Club is laying its plans for an active program; the girls' sorority has planned extensive activities; a fraternity is in the making; we can expect a banner year in sports, and last but not least, ye olde fishwrapper (The Collegian), is showing some semblance of becoming a newspaper. Yes, take a loo...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

Library Notes Recently we heard some students complain that at times there is no student librarian on duty just when they want to check out a book. We don't blame you for being annoyed. If you're in a hurry to get to class, naturally you want to be waited on at once. But you don't understand why a situation like that occurs. In the first place, we do not have enough student librarians to man the circulation desk at all times. If anyone is interested in working a few hours a week in the library, please leave a copy of your schedule with Miss Campbell. Even when someone is on duty, he or she occasionally leaves the library to pick up the mail, put up notices, etc. Ordinarily, the circulation desk will not be without someone to _help you for more than a few minutes. If you can be just a little patient, you will be taken care of. Are there any magazines you would like to see in the library that we do not at present subscribe to? If you have a hobby or some special interest, perhap...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

LETTER TO THE EDITOR CONCERNING THE TURKEY TROT: I don't know whether it is a carry-over from army life or high school days, but the conduct of the students during the program that was presented at intermission, certainly was not befitting of college students. Either the students or their guests are at fault, but, never theless, unnecessary noise and other distractions did exist while the program was being presented. And also, the dance lost some of its "color" when a few gentlemen came wearing sweaters instead of the prescribed suits. The two dances undoubtedly were a success, but due to the failure of some to comply to rules of conduct, they still resembled a "nightly shindig" rather than a college affair. —A STUDENT

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER EDITORIAL ADVISOR MISS THERESA SCARNECCHIA BUSINESS ADVISOR MISS MARY L. DAVEY CO-EDITORS: ASSOCIATE EDITORS: F. X. Fatsie G. M. Tomsho Dan Wargo Edward Wizda SPORTS EDITORS: BUSINESS STAFF: Leon Baden Ramon Saul Business Manager .. Carmen _Stanziola FEATURE EDITORS Advertising Mgr.....Joseph Wersinger Aaron Marsh Gerald Hassel ., , . _„.,-,. ,.,„,„„„ Circulation Manager Edward Grega STAFF WRITERS: James Moran, Siegmund Knies, Jr., ASSOCIATES: Louis Kerchbaumer, Lorraine De- Joseph Fisher, Bernard Dvorscak, Joseph, Rose Deitch. George Sipida, Donald Smith.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

Our Turkey-Trot and Other Activities H1UC PMCTQHHA_1L REVMCW In keeping with the policy of the Collegian in covering activities of HUC in a more clear and personal manner, we are presenting an eye-witness account of the Turkey-Trot held last month at St. John's Hall, as well as pictures depicting other activities dnd scene. Fedock stages a stick-up. Glee Club sings—Miss Garbrick whistles. Student Cooperation—Close Together Saul, another Gregory Peck? The Men's Glee Club giving out with "Honey."

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

STUDENT HELPS By Mr. R. N. Krecker This is the second in a series oi articles which are designed to assisi the students of the local Center ir the achievement of their academic objectives. The following suggestions are intended to supplement those given in the first article of this series and they will be of greatest help tc the students who clip them from this sheet and keep them in their notebooks for easy reference. Some students have a misconception of the educational process. They feel that it is a process of infusion in which the instructor is the main performer rather than bein<~ a process of absorption in which the student takes the initiative. Education is merely an opportunity, not a promise, What the student gets out of his education depends upon what he puts into it. Study is hard work, but the rewards it brings in knowledge and ability furnish an ever-present incentive. In this column no " open sesame" will be offered, but suggestions will be made that can ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

» » SPORTS CHATTER * «< MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED FANS witnessed HUC successfully open the current cage season by downing a strong Schuylkill U. C, 32-24, at the Pottsville High School Gym, on the evening of December 4 *t_* 5p 3p _2_(C AT THE END OF THE FIRST CANTO, the visitors held a 6-2 margin; by half-time HUC led by a 14-8 count. Paced by Fishei and Parker, the lower-enders narrowed the margin to trail, 23-22, as the whistle ended the third stanza. Sparked by Apichella and Johnson, substitute guard, HUC emerged victorious, 32-24. * * * * JOHNNY RILEY TOOK THE SCORING HONORS for the night, racking up six field goals for 12 points. Apichella, Riley's running mate, came next with four double-deckers and three free tosses for 11 tallies. Fisher of the Schuylkill U. C. lead the scoring for the losers, sinking four two-pointers and a foul for 9 points. * * * * AFTER THE TILT, THE SCHUYLKILL U. C. played host to the local fans who made the jaunt to Pottsville, with a "Welco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

Pottsville Pick-Ups FROM THE NOTEBOOK OF A DELEGATE. . . Orchids to a hard-hitting Student Council at SUC. They put on a grand show, and were as efficient a group as could be desired. SEEN AT THE MEETINGS. . . Al Keller engaged in serious discussion with Norm Boehm, chief executive of the SUC council. A lot of good should result from the interchange of ideas. Al's practical suggestions should _ba equally valuable to the other delegates. OVER THE COFFEE AT THE BANQUET. . . A fine lecture by Dr. Pundt, a gentleman and a scholar. His speech was educational as well as entertaining. . . MR. GOSS in his best form saying a few Words when introduced. He was able, as usual, to hold up more than his end in the discussion that took place during dinner. NEITHER HERE NOR THERE. . . Wonder whether a certain delegate will include the name, address and phone number of the girl elevator operator at the Necho-Allen in his report to the Council. . . The female delegates were unusually attractive...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

SCHUYLKILL FIVE BOWS TO HUC. On Dec. 4th, the charges of Coach Syd Rudman treked to Pottsville to defeat a fighting Schuylkill U.C. quintet, 32-24, before a small crowd of 300 fans. The first quarter saw Hazleton lead by a 6-2 margin. At half-time, the Schuylkill five trailed by a 14-8 count. Stellar playing by Fisher and Parker brought the score to 23-22, HUC leading, as the whistle sounded the end of the third stanza. Field goals by Art Johnson and Johnny Apichella in the final canto spelled defeat for the hemesters. Johnny Riley was high man for the night with 6 field goals for 12 points. Johnny Apichella, Riley's running mate, scored four double-deckers and three free tosses for 11 points. Fisher paced the losers, sinking four field goals and one foul for 9 tallies. Standing out like a sore thumb was HUC's inability to retrieve rebounds. This was especially noted in the third quarter. Hazleton U. C. F.G. Fls. Pts. Apichella, f. 4 3 11 Riley, f. 6 0 12 Saul, g.-c. 10 2 Rior...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1946

HUC DEFEATS HERSHEY J..C. 64-49 The HUC courtmen trounced the Hershey Jr. College, 64-49, to annex their second straight win before a poor crowd at the A. D. Thomas Gym. The locals completely outclassed and outplayed the Chocolate City basketeers who, nevertheless, put up a great fight. Apichella and Williams were the pace-setters for HUC, garnering 28 points between them. Riley, Riordan, and Durback played their usual good floor game. High scorer for the evening went to Del Curry, Hershey's diminutive forward, who tallied 18 points. The game became wild a_*d wooly in the last quarter when it seemed that everything happened at once. Two technical fouls were called on Hershey's bench for "unsportsmanlike conduct". The return game with Hershey Jr. College on Jan. 18 will prove to be a thriller. Hazleton U. C. F.G. Fls. Pts. Apichella, f. 8 .1 17 Barnes, f. 0 2 2 Riley, f. 3 2 8 Wagner, f. 0 3 3 Williams, c 5 1 11 Hutehinson, c. 2 0 4 Saul, c. 12 4 Riordan, g. 3 2 8 Major, g. 10 ...

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