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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

SORORITY TO SPONSOR "JANUARY THAW" The HUC Sorority, Omega Ch Tau, will sponsor the Hazleton High School Thespian production of "January Thaw" which will be presented at the high school auditorium or Wednesday evening, Feb. 26. AH proceeds of the production will be used to set up a scholarship award fund and assistance in financing other girls' activities at HUC. Tickets for the play will be available from girls at HUC as well as at the HUC office. Reserved seats are listed at 75 cents. If two reserved ;ickets are purchased, the buyer will be credited with being a patron. The general admission tickets will _ae sold at 60 cents each. The sorority hopes that the stulents and faculty will support this _sndeavor toward raising funds for i worthy cause.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

Luncheon at Genetti's A Valentine Day Luncheon will bi held by the women students of HUC in honor of their mothers at Genet ti's Rose Room on Saturday, Feb. 13 Guests at the affair will be the m«_. thers of the students, faculty womer of HUC, wives of the male faculty, and wives of the Advisory Board. Mrs. T. L. Hazlehurst has been selected as the speaker for the day. Her topic will be "Stairways of Ceramics". As an added feature with the speech, ten valuable door prizes will be awarded at the luncheon. In _addition, each guest will receive a souvenir. Tickets for the luncheon may be secured at the HUC office. The deadine for reservations will be Friday, Tan. 31. The committee that is handling the iffairs of the luncheon is composed _>f Irene Golias, Doris Goldsworthy_, _^.nne McHugh, Angela Piccina.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

annual INFANTILE PARALYSIS CAMPAIGN BEGINS me campaign to raise funds for the fight against infantile paralysis is now in full swing in this region. All students are requested to become a part of this "March of Dimes " movement. The donation asked is small in comparison to the cause. Do not be hesitant in helping to combat this disease which can strike out at any one of us. This year on the newly-minted dimes is a portrait of the founder of bhe National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Franklin D. Roosevelt_, your donation will be helping to continue this great movement which he began. Let your dimes become a part of the "March of Dimes."

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

Band Practice Gets Under Way With Arrival of Instruments The band, under the capable direction of Miss Pearl G. Garbrick, is now in full swing since the arrival of all the instruments. Twenty-two members, all proficient, turned out at the meeting on Thursday evening. The first public appearance of the _jand will be held at one of the home basketball games in the near future. Plans are also being arranged to have them appear on one of the monthly radio broadcasts which will i>e held at a later date.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

A WORD ABOUT EXAMINATIONS The guy that thought up "Life is just a bowl of cherries", must have never heard of final examinations, On Jan. 24 those all-important finals begin, but, don't fret too much because with a little hard studying you will probobly make the grade. Instructors will announce examination iates to their individual classes. This semester no instructor will procter in examination in his own particuar subject. In this way needless luestions will be eliminated. Have you listened to the Chester field Supper Club? The Breakfas Club? Club Matinee? Fred War ing's Program? .... Then you have Well then, all you good people, si up and listen because something _nev is coming your way. On January 30 at 1:00 P. M. _ovei radio station WAZL, the newly or ganized Thespian Club of Hazletor Undergraduate Center will present i program of college songs which are closely related to college life. The music will be presented by the Glee Clubs, and the script is being prepared by oth...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

PROGRESS The semester is over. Some who started with us have fallen by the wayside, for the road has not always been an easy one. But what road that leads to better things ever is? The price of success has ever been toil. Progress has been made. True, there are still those among us who are engulfed in lethargy but there are also those who are working and will continue to.work to make HUC and this community a better place. The progress of HUC has been great and quite evident in the last several months—so much so, that it has captured 1 the imagination of the civic-minded citizens of Hazleton. Regardless of the outcome of the discussions concerning HUC, valuable _ground has been gained in that the institution is being discussed and being recognized. The COLLEGIAN has watched with interest a new student council, largely inexperienced, evolve into a moving functional body. We have seen a group of people with no more equipment than a few song sheets and a desire to work, develop in...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

<«5S||5Sjb THE COLLEGIAN WANTS YOU! The editorial and advertising staffs of the COLLEGIAN need a few additional members. Would you care to join? AH students who are interested in journalism should take advantage of this opportunity. It will acquaint you with the intricate functioning of a newspaper staff. There are openings for feature reporters, club reporters, typists, and copy readers. Accepting a position in any one of the mentioned openings does not require you to write a certain coverage at all times. If you feel that you would like to report on other than what is assigned, it is perfectly agreeable to all. Any new plans which you might have in mind would be readily considered. / We plan to raise the COLLEGIAN to greater heights than are deemed possible and we will do it! Many have expressed the opinion that as many students as possible should be on the staff, it would give them experience in a new field, and also enjoyment. Hence, the COLLEGIAN plans to have two st...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

POETS POINT OF VIEW Once again, your poet has drifted into that special mood, whereby he can give you his impressions of love and life. One usually says that words are magic; here's hoping that poetry can be more so. You Quite like an angel bathed in the sofi candle light, Reflecting the golden hair and face pink and white, Surely no cherubic creature could be fairer Or more lovelier than you. You are a bit of a demon with lips warm then cool, To tantalize a man's senses til it seems We would follow you to Hades, And count the trip well made. To kiss you only once For you are contradiction; When you frown, I am a man Damned to see the troubles of the world; Yet, when you smile, my heart is light, My arms are strong enough to lift the globe. * Sleep Well! They say you are avenged, You, who lie on Normandy's beaches, dead. Before you ever knew the joys of life And never felt the warm grasp of Your own infant son's arms about Your necks .... They say they died, all of them mutt...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

Sketches hoops in a circus, an eroneous prediction, we must admit. Her M.A. in English was procured at Columbia University where she majored in English and minored in comparative literature. Miss Collier also spent a year at Oxford in England. Many of her instructors were men of great renown. Among them were Professor Napier, Gilbert Murray, who taught Greek plays, and Sir Charles Firth, professor of history. She spent her vacations at the British Museum and the Bodleian. ( The Bodleian is a great treasure house of rare manuscripts and books.) Mis Collier taught in two colleges in New York. In one she taught advanced literature to students who were not quite so mature as the average student of Hazleton Undergraduate Center. Her travels have been very extensive, and I might add, in a very unusual manner. She has toured England, France, Holland, Belgium and Germany by bicycle. During the war Miss Collier's patriotism was indeed commendable. She taught in a boarding school duri...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

Veterans" Column Mr. Sacco, your training officer, will be here at the Walnut Street Building every Tuesday and Thursday at the following hours: Tuesday 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. and 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. Thursday 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. and 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. It is very important that Veterans, regardless of what law they are training under, contact their training officer at the end of the month when he calls for his check report. Regulations require that the veteran must contact his training officer at least once a ¦month. A world of caution: Often the veterans Administration sends papers and documents directly to the veteran to be completed. If you are in doubt, contact your training officer immediately and you will probably avoid many unnecessary errors. The improper completion of these forms or questionaires in the past has resulted in temporary delays in receiving your checks and in some cases suspension. Form No. 1961 (Estimate of Compensation for Production Labor) are required once a ter...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

HUC WELCOMES OR. MclLVAINE Hazleton Undergraduate Centei welcomes the return of Dr. Harold Mcllvaine, instructor in psychology, botany, _zoology and mathematics. Mr. Mcllvaine was at the Undergraduate Center previously from 1940 to 1943 when he entered the United States Army for three years. Although born in Altoona, he married a girl from Harrisburg, and he attended Penn State College; however, Dr. cllvane likes to consider Hazleton his home. He has many friends in the Mountain City, and is very happy to be back with us. Upon receiving his Doctor's Degree from Penn State in 1939, Dr. Mcllvaine went immediately to the Pottsville Undergraduate Center from where he came to Hazleton in 1940. He commented favorably on the many changes which he found on his return. Although he enjoyed the smaller group, because everyone knew everyone else the increased enrollment was gratifying. Dr. Mcllvaine will serve as an advisor and counsellor for academic and vocational problems, as well as p...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

MR. CHARLES MARTIN Due to the popularity of the chemistry courses offered at the HUC, it was necessary to secure another chemistry instructor. It was our good fortune to have Mr. Charles Martin sent here as instructor. Although Mr. Martin wad born in Allentown, Pa., he has lived mostly in the adjoining town of West Hazleton. He graduated from the West Hazleton High School in _the year 1940, and then entered Penn State College where he majored in chem. engineering. At present he holds a B.S. degree in chemistry, arid intends to begin graduate work for his master's degree this summer. After graduating from college, he worked for some time at an oil refinery. Duty called and he then joined the Navy. He served in the Southwest Pacific Theater as An Electronics Technician Mate, 3c. He served chiefly : n Korea, China, Bikini and the Philippines. When asked his opinion of the students now enrolled here, he replied, "They are hard working, industrious and conscientious. "

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

Personality DICK BARAGER Dick needs no introduction to the members of the upper class. His keen wit and easy manner have made him popular with both the male and female members of our student body. Dick was born in Honesdale, Pennsylvania in the year 1927, and his childhood ambition was to become a doctor. IHe attended the Hazleton High School and graduated in the year 1945. He entered HUC in the fall of the same year. At present, he is majoring in education with the ultimate hope of becoming a teacher. Dick is one of the reasons that our social affairs at the HUC have become such a tremendous success. He is an active member of our Student Council and has served on many important committees. He" is also a member of the Glee Club and has appeared as soloist in many of the club's presentations. An ideal date, according to Dick, must have three requisites, "She must ibe attractive, poised, and a good mixer."

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

MISS ELIZABETH BROWNELL COLLIER The two attributes which always linger with a person upon being introduced to Miss Collier are her warm friendly smile and her exact enunciation of the English language. Born in Oneida County in the state of New York, Miss Collier's earliest ambition was to become a teacher. Her ambition became realized as we all know. She attended Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, New York for a period of eight years. After graduation, Miss Collier entered Vassar College where she majored in classics. In her senior year she decided that as a classics teacher she would miss meeting a great many brilliant students. As a result, she decided to major in English, and graduated with a B.A. degree in that subject. Miss Collier's class prophecy was that she would be jumping through

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

BETTY PROCOPIO This quiet and attractive lass was born in the town of Freeland in the year 1925. She attended school in Freeland and graduated from Freeland High School. Her childhood ambition was to become a nurse. She came closer than most of us to realizing her childhood ambition, for she spent 18 months in training for the nursehood. She entered HUC in the spring semester of 1946 and has the distinction of being the only second semester girl student enrolled here. In the extra-curricular activity field, Betty is a member of the girls' sorority, the Omega Chi Tau, and she is also a member of the glee club. Like most of the women enrolled here, her opinion of an ideal date is "A boy who is well-mannered—darn it!"

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

Beside the filling station now The village smithy stands, And many dollars fall into His large and sinewy hands. Beauty alone may please, not captivate; If lacking grace, 'tis but a hookless bait. —>Capito

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

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-ED I TORS: 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 Circu|ation 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.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

AFTER A THREE AND A HALF WEEK LAYOFF, the Hazleton Undergraduate Cagers returned to their winning ways by soundly beating a weak Altoona UC five, 55-35, in a very poorly-played contest. AMONG THOSE ATTENDING THE GAME THAT evening were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Goss and Family, and also Coach George Kavel, football mentor at Hazleton High. AN ALTOONA FAN INFORMED ME THAT THE AUC has yet to win a tilt in the newly-formed P.J.C.A.A. circuit. He did say, however, that they are holding down second place in a house league at the Altoona Y.M.C.A. ALTOONA'S STOREKEEPER KEPT A CHECK ON THE NUMBER of shots that Brady, the visitors' lanky, redheaded guard, took at the basket. Out of 34 shots at the "bucket" (foul shots included), Brady made but a single point for the entire game. ONCE AGAIN RILEY WALKED OFF WITH THE scoring laurels for the night, garnering six field goals and two free tosses for a total of fourteen points. LEADING THE PARADE FOR THE ALTOONA QUINTET were Sullivan, the Westerners' co...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

COUNCIL REPORT FROM POTTS VILLE CONFERENCE The student council representatives who attended the Pottsville Student Council Conference have made a report of their observations at the convention. The Conference was held December 5, 6 and 7 with representatives from all undergraduate centers present. Mr. Syd Rudman, who attended the meeting of the council advisors, observed that HUC had about the best set-up of all. "Our arrangements," he said, "seem to be fairer than any other center. Although the way of voting is much the same, they only try to get fifty percent of the students to vote." Our representative on the Finance Committee, John Ward, reports that HUC does fairly well, as far as finances are concerned, and that DUC seems to be the weakest in finances. Schuylkill U.C. has the same set-up as Hazleton with the book store receiving a percentage of the profits for school activities. Altoona has the largest fund, but they _have a much greater enrollment than, any other school. ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 23 January 1947

HUC Loses Second Game of Road Trip To Hershey, 54-37 On Saturday evening, the Hazleton Undergraduate Center quintet lost the second game of an unsuccessful road-trip by bowing to Hershey Jr. College, '54-37. HUC was on_- the short end of the score, 11-10, as the first period ended. At half-time, HUC still trailed the Chocolate City five by a slim onepoint margain, 22-21. A strong offensive, paced by Fawfoer, Curry, and Fornwalt stretched the home team's lead to 38-30 as the quarter came to a close. Out-scoring HUC, 16 to 7, in the last frame, Hershey romped off to an easy win. High point-manufacturer for the night was Fawber who threw in nine deuces and three free tosses for a total of twenty-one tallies. Riley was HUC's main offensive threat, having dropped in seven field goals for fourteen points. Thirty-nine fouls were called against HUC during the course of the game. HUC. F.G. Fls. Pts. Apichella, f. 2 15 Barnes, f. s. Oil Riley, f. 7 0 14 Hutchinson, c. 0 0 0 Saul, c. 0...

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