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

1876 76 Years of Service 1946 HAZLETON Y. M. C. A. MEN—MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE!

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

Compliments of The LEADER STORE

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

Complimer.fS of CONEY ISLAND RESTAURANT

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

HUC HoSt To Junior College Basketball Tournament DRAMATIC CLUB TO BE SPONSOR TONIGHT The competing teams will be Fottsville Undergraduate Center, Bucknell Jr. College, Keystone Jr. College, Hersheyi Jr. College, and Hazleton -Undergraduate Center. The HUiC foasketeers have met all teams concerned in regular season {games, and have defeated Bucknell, Keystone (twice), Hershey and Pottsville. They lost one game to Hershey at Hershey. However, past records mean nothing in a play-off of this type and the entire region is assured of tfliree fast games, replete with thrills, excitement «anl the classiest basketball played in the region. Junior college basketball is just one tetep below bigthtte college ball, and all teams play a f ast-ibreaking, highscomng game. West Hazleton High School Gym To Be Scene of Eastern Division Playoffs March 14 and 15 will be red-letter days on the region's basketball calendar; because that will be when the first Junior College Basketball Tournament...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

HUC GOES MUSICAL Anyone who had the misfortune to fee in or near the Walnut Street Building last Saturday muist have been thrilled (or chilled) to hear both our pianos being tuned. It was necessary to raise the pianos to a standard pitch which ds a tiresome procedure especially to the listener. The first piano was successfully tuned without breaking any strings, but before the second could be called satisfactory, ten strings had 'been broken. This hair-raising operation cannot be appreciated unless one has listened and watched a piano being tuned. The great interest in music at HUC is also evidenced by the increased enrollment in the Music Appreciation dalss. During registration plans were made for fourteen students,, but with the class in its second week, there is a total of thirty-four enthusiasts in the class of Music Appreciation. The Y.M.C.A. has further extended their good will by allowing students of HUC who are taking piano lessons, and who do not have pianos of their ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

Second Semester Social Season Gets Underway; New Set-up Planned The new program, as outlined by the council, is to give all clubs and organizations a chance to participate in the various activities of the Center. The reason for this is two-fold; it will ease the terrific burden that up to the present has been shouldered by the social committee of the counciland it will give many more students a chance to display their various talents and abilities. In this manner each function of HUC will be truly a School affair, and not just he work of a feW. The schedule set up for the rest of the semester is as _fidllows: February 21—Dramatic Club March 14—Engineers (Broad St.) April 18—.COLLEGIAN May (?)—iSorority May (?)—.Basketball Teams (Picnic) June (?)—(Student Council (Formal) Tonight' the Dramatic Club takes the lead in sponsoring the party. From all advance indications they have a bang-up program ready for the students' pleasure. Gabe Garland and his orchestra have been engaged fo...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

PERSONNEL COUNSELING SERVICE ESTABLISHED AT HUC The Personel Counseling Service of Hazleton Undergraduate Center has begun to function under the capable direction of Dr. Harold Mcllvaine and Mr. Ralph N. Krecker. Its purpose is to provide personal, educational and vocational advice to the students. Mr. Krecker and Dr. Mcllvaine have had previous experience in this ffeid, and are well qualified to counsel students in problems concerning1 their curricula or personal difficulties. Vocational tests to assist the student in the proper choice of Ms curriculum, in addition to other tests of various types, are expected to arrive soon. This new service is a decided step in the further expansion of this insti-Ibu/tion. It is symbolic of the progress _tlhiait has been made in the educational facilities ait the undergraduate center sine© its inception. Many students, no doubt, find themselves confronted with the possibility of failing a course or courses. This may be due to improper stu...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

HUC WELCOMES TWO ADDITIONS TO ITS FACULTY HUC, in view of the acute shortage of Instructors, haa been extremely fortunate to obtain two additions to the faculty. The instructors, Mrs. Anne S. Hazelton and Mr. Martin G. Cohen, are lof very high merit, and the students and faculty of HUC extend to them a hearty welcome. Mrs. Hazeliton was bom in Boston, Mass, dn 1914. Her childhood ambition iwas to become a seafarer. She attended Smith College, Boston _University, University of g. California, and the Sonbonne in Paris. Mrs. Hazelton majored in philosophy and holds an M.A. in that field. Her minor _wais psychology. She has Itaught at Green Brieir College in Lewisburg, West Virginia, and StomeiMgh1 Junior College in Guenlell, Mass. Mrs. Hazelton also worked for the General Electric Corporation where she engaged in mathematical calculations. At present she ds instructing classes in psychology and in philosophy. Mrs. Hazelton loves the sea and claims it as her hdbby. She has trave...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

clarinet HUC BAND TO SOUND OFF THIS SEMESTER Can you play a trumpet, , trombone or any instrument for that matter? You can? Well, then you are just the guy or gal that the H.U.C. iband needs. There are still openings in the band and your talent is needed. |Oh, it may require that you be present at rehearsals which, incidentally are every Thursday from 6:30 P.M. 'to 8:00 PJVL, tout think of the enjoyment and the satisfaction that you will derive from being a imember of 'a musical organization that is going to go places. There aa-e a number of musical events scheduled for the band this semester; for example, some radio broadcasts are being scheduled. Here is an oppor _tunity for you to display your talent. Take advantage of it. Previously there was a slight lull in rehearsals, because of the Christmas vacation, finals and the pre-semester vacation, but now Miss Pearl Garfbrick, who is in charge of the band, is pleased to announce that the music, the instruments, the time and the...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

International Relations Club To Hold Organization Meeting On February 26 at 12:15 P.M. in room 13, an organization meeting of the International Relations Clulb will take place. Mr. Krecker, the faculty advisor, has set the time as such since no other refutable time was available The club may be a mid-week discussion group which will make available to the student an opportunity to discuss the present (international situation. It will also serve as an excellent chance for the student to apply hils theoretical knowledge of the social sciences to world affairs. It is stressed that the only requirement to join is an interest in international! affairs, and that it will not be a formal membership of any sort. The materials which will be used will be provided by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. This fact makes it _necessary to hold elections in the near future as a requirement in obtaining these materials is a letter informing the organization of its officers. Plan to atten...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

BUS CHARTERED FOR DICKINSON J. C. TILT A bus has been chartered for the HUC-Dickinson Junior College basketball game which will foe held at Willliaimsport, Saturday, February 22. The round trip fare has been set at $1.50. The bus will leave at 4:30 P. (M. from the Walnut Street Building. Tickets for the trip may be obtained from ,Mr. Rudman. Come on, gang, let's get behind our boys and cheer them on to their tenth victory of the season! Except for a few off-nights, the fellows have been displaying a great brand of ball. Those who made the jaunt to Pottsville for the first away game of the year will agree that win, lose, or draw, the fun ha'd at the game was well worth the time and the money. Ask the people who were there.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

Old Time I.G.N. Superintendent' Said to Have Originated "O.K." Did you know that ':O.K." originated on the Missouri Pacific? H. M. Dumbell, of Lake Helen, Fla., explains it this way in a letter recently publishe d in the Christian Science Monitor. "Seventy years ago in Texas there were many intelligent men who' had received only scant education but who rt ose, deservedly, to high positions. One such man became superintendent of the railway. On his table were laid many documentls for him to approve. He wrote 'Oil Kerect' on them. Growing tired of so much writing, he cut it to O.K. Then the fun began. All railways and all Texas imitated it, and at spread over the nation. " —B.A.R.E. Magazine

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

TIME'S AWASTIN' Get Your Date NOW For The Collegian Dance FRIDAY, APRIL 18th

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

Personality Sketches ALICE LANYON Miss Lanyon has become an exceedingly popular coed through her c'har,ming 'manner and the scintillating tone of her contralto voice. Alice was born in Hazleton in 1928. She attended Hazleton High (School, and graduated with the _class of 1946. Her childhood amibition was to become a nurse. She entered Hazleton Undergraduate Center in the fall of 1946. Music education is her major. There are cer tainly no dout>ts as to hen" ability in music. Alice, in addition to her musical voice, plays the piano and flute. She is a member of the Glee Club, and has been a featured soloist at many of the previous semester's social events. Her favorite sport is swimming, and her ambition is to travel. MARVIN A. YEAGER "Marv " is a handsome engineering student who the engineers' of Broad Street have termed the "All 'American Boy". His friends are many in number. "Marv " has a jovial and magnetic manner which attracts people to him. Born iin Hazleton iin ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

WHAT'S THE ANSWER? The COLLEGIAN has established a policy of printing observations on student affairs truthfully and objectively. We have awarded bouquets and censure with equal alacrity. This editorial will offer both. The basketball team here at HUC is the finest aggregation ever to wear the colors of this institution. They are great in victory, as many of their appone nts will ruefully admit; they are great in defeat for the final _fwhistle finds them fighting as hard as does the whistle that starts the game. Then to the team and its coach—Hats Off! Student support of this fine team is another matter. There are always many who are ready to criticize anything attempted at the Center; there are very few who will do anything. These self-appointed critics have not overlooked the basketball team. After a victory they make light of it; after a defeat they demand an excuse or an alibi. A team that plays as hard and as well as ours needs neither apology nor alibi. There are also ma...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

Platter Chatter ....In three nights while atompin' through the South, brother (Louis Jordan raked in an average of two thousand. It's do-re-imi like this that is causing many of the big Onk leaders to disband and form small combos. Since the overhead expenses are considerably lower, the members of a isteall cambo iget a better slice of the loot. ....Fats Waller's last waxing has been released. It's a 12 inch disk with "Ain't Misbehavin '" on the "A" side and "Moippin ' and Boppin'" on the other, ALBUM O' THE MONTH — "New Fifty-Second Street Jazz" by Dizzy; iGillespie with his Ork, and Ooleman Hawkins ' 52nd Street All-Stars. Eight really solid sides which you can't go wrong on. ....Jack Teagarden disbanded last month and reorganized into a-"jumpin' six piece outfit". Several days later Jack was stricken with pneumonia. He's doing nicely and should soon be back on the bandstand. ....The King Cole Trio just released a new Capitol disk with "That's the Beiginning of the End" back...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

HATS OFF DEPT. ! ! ! It's hats off and commendations to the members of the Dramatic Club who are pioneering the new social set-up at H.U.C. Tonight at St. John's Auditorium the new program will be tried and tested. It is the hope of all concerned that the new plan will get off to an auspicious start. If it doesn't, it certainly will not be the fault of any of the members of the Dramatic Club. The students engaged in organizing this affair have worked diligently and have given freely of their time and talents. It is the start of making each function a function of all the students and not just a few. It divides the work of the extra-curricular activities evenly so that everyone can pursue their studies, and still find time to make HUC a bigger and better institution To those clubs that as yet have not been asked to participate in any social event, it is to their credit and advantage to offer their services to any of the organizations who have been assigned a definite function. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

You Name It — We Have It K up until now you haven't spotted your favorite magazine in the library, then cheer up, for your wishes are soon to be catered to. Miss Margaret Campbell, HUC's ' librarian, has announced that twenty-eight new magazines will make their appearance shortly in the library. Besides the popular magazines such as Esquire, Atlantic Monthly, and Mademoiselle, there will also be magazines that will be helpful to students of almost any curriculum, for example, the Journal of Applied Psychology, Musical Digest, Etude, Theatre Arts, Readers THgest (iSpan. Ed.), American German Review, and many others that cover such subjects as political science, speech, ( English and engineering. If you happen to shun magazines and instead prefer popular 'best sellers, fbhe library again is pleased to announce that your wishes will be fulfilled in that line. The library has such best sellers as: Singing 1 Waters, The Egg and I, Starling of the White House, The Hucksters, 'Snake Pi...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

Poet's Point of View To Someone You were the goddess of Beauty Of each thing so sweet and fair, I built an altar in my mind And you were worshipped there. Each man has a thing he would die for And the fate seemed to make you mine, My life I would have offered up As incense at your shrine. Your eyes said you never loved me Your /ace showed the hurt that was there It would have been easy to fool me But you were always square. The way people stared when I danced with you The devil that plays in your eyes of blue The light that gleams on your soft spun hair The ruby lips set on face so fair. And now I am left with my empty dreams And a worshipping painful soul, Like a ship that lost its rudder That can see, but will never reach its goal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 1947

LETTER TO EDITOR Students!! 1 Yes, I mean you. I have something to tell you, all of you. It's high time all of us get on the ball on this game room situation. Here we are with the semesters almost over and some of our stalwarts will insist on throwing butts and paper from distances of at least 20 ft. It doesn't even take a knowledge of mathematics to figure out that many of these missiles never reach their destination. The other day I saw a lad toss six consecutive chunks of paper with _,none of them reaching the basket. Some of the near misses might be attributed to high wind velocity but six straight is worse than average. The game room com- ¦ .<*.! appreciate it if students would refrain from the fol-.:¦ . . _lis's : using the steel chairs as springboards, lying on _t _> _/ • ¦! ' --nd propping feet up on the furniture, bouncing and id' :mg- cigarette and coke machines, playing the record machine so it can be heard at the Broad St. building and singing and bar...

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