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

THE LOOK Stephen kissed me iin the spring .Robin in the fall, 'Butt Colin only looked at me And never kissed at all. II Stephen's kiss was lost in jest Robins lost in play, iBut the kiss in Colin's eye Haunts* me night and day. —iSara Teasdale * * * To be great is good, to be good is greater.

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

Money does not buy love. Money does not buy law, or a position in society, or the respect of other men, or their souls. Counterfeit money we mean.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 21 February 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-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 . . . ,. - ,r Circulation Manager Edward Grega STAFF WRITERS: Louis Kerchbaumer, Lorraine De- Joseph Fisher, Bernard Dvorscak Joseph, Rose Deitch. George Sipida_, Donald Smith. James Moran, Siegmund Knies, Jr., ASSOCIATES: ,

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

BOOK REVIEW WRITTEN AND READ Hundreds of books are written each day, Just to record what people say. . Sometimes the person speaking uses his head, When these books are written, they are also read. Talk About Russia By PEiARL S. BUCK Publisher: John Day Co., New York This book, which might be more correctly titled A Talk About the Soviet Union, is a lucid and uncompromising example of the life of a citizen in that "struggling giant," so commonly referred to as Russia. The facts given here are merely experiences of one, Masha Kalenovich Scott, who , born in the lowest level of Russian peasantry, rose to a position of recognized ability in educational and social circles. The author of this book had, as so many Americans do today, a fear based on ignorance of the "Soviet Dragon"; yet unlike many contemporaries she did something about it. There were several methods by which the author could secure more than a superficial knowledge of this subject; however, she chose the unique...

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

Second Half Scoring Spree By Rudmanites Downs Billporters, 65-47 Although trailing Dickinson Junior College, 29-28, at the aid of the first half, the Hazleton Undergraduate Center's five began to click in the third and filial periods to defeat the upstate quintet, 65-47. The game opened with Riley sinking two field goals to put HUC out in front 4-0. Abrunzo threw in a deuce to bring the count up to 4-2. Fouls by .Riordan and Durbaek made it 6-2. IStaley, the Williamsport guard, made ia foul try good to pull Dickinson up 6-3. A beautiful one-lhand push-shot by Riordan followed up a tap-in by iGair, making the score 8-5. Apichella sank a nice iset-shot to bring the ' score to 10-5. A sensational set-shot from outside by Staley helped the visitors'cause, bringing them up, 10-7. However, in the second stanza Dickinson's offensive began to roll with INaimole and Kriner sharing the spotlight with, sixteen points' between •them. As the half drew to a close the the visitors held a s...

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

line _iiaziexon aauaie Dubois U. C. Noses Out HUC In Thriller, 67-58 HUC F.G. Fls. Pts. Riley, f. 6 3 15 Apichella, f. 9 4 22 Hutchinison, c. 0 0 0 Saul, c. 3 17 Barnes, g. 10 2 Maday, g. 3 3 9 _iRiordan, g. 0 3 3 Totals 22 14 58 DUC F.G. Fls. Pts. Koskoska, f. 8 7 23 Phillips, f. 12 4 Keenan, f. 4 4 12 Roth, c. 9 1 19 Sykes, g. 3 17 Yount, g. ___: 0 0 0 Benson, g. 10 2 Totals 26 15 67 Score by quarters: HUC 9 20 38 58 DUC 17 33 54 67 unaengi- center cagers went down to their fifth defeat of the current season on Sat. night, Feb.8, when they dropped a "heaubbreaker" to Coach Valla's classy Dubois U.C. aggregation 67-58. Johnny Apichella of HUC and Ko'koska of DUC stored the Scoring honors for the night. Kokoska dropped in eight baskets and seven fouls for twenty-three counters, while Apichel la sank nine _deuceis and four fouls for twenty-two points. Dubois held an eight point margin as the first quarter ended, 17-9. Outscoring HUC 16-dl, Dubois led at the half, 83-20. In th...

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

Apichella Paces HUC In In Win Over Keystone J.C. 79-50 On (Friday evening, February 6, the HUC five swamped Keystone Junior College at LaPlume, Pa., 79-50. The Hazleton attack was led by Johnny Apichella who chalked up eleven field goals and three fouls for twentyfive points. Ably assisting Apichella in point-producing were Riordan and 'Riley who tallied thirty-three points between them. Cox, Keystone's guard, was the star for the losers with nine double-deckers and three free throws for twenty-one points. HUC held a 11-7 lead in the first stanza, but widened the gap to 36-18 as the half ended. Although they were outscored in the third period, the charges of _iSyd Rudiman flashed a twenty-six offensive drive in the final canto to hang up an easy victory. HUC F.G. Fls. Pts. Riley, f. 8 1 17 ApicheMa, f. 11 3 25 Saul, c. 12 4 Hutchinson, c. 10 2 iDurback, c. 4 0 8 Maday, g. 2 15 Riordan, g. 6 4 16 'Barnes, g. 10 2 Totals 34 11 79 Keystone J.C. F.G. Fls. Pts. Lisk, f. 10 2 lluz...

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

Altoona U. C. Drops Second Straight Game To HUC, 48-37 Lowly Altoona U.C. dropped their second straight igame to the Hazleton Undergraduate quintet last Friday nighit, 48-_^37. HUC hopped off to a fine start and lead 14-5, at the end of the first period. At the end of the half Hazleton was out in front, 28-15. However, in ithe third stanza the home team's defense tightened and limited the Rudimani'tes to a lone point. In the final stanza, a 19 point drive spearheaded Iby Durfoack gave HUC their eighth victory of ithe season. Riley and Apichella were tied for scoring honors with 13 points each. Rei'lly of Altoona was high-scorer for the tilt with 14 points. Sullivan, the Altoona colored cemterman, who led ithe scaring against HUC when Altoona played in town, was held to one point for the game. HUC _i F.G. Fls. Pts. Riley, f. 6 1 13 Apichella, f. 6 1 13 Durbaek, c. 4 19 Maday, 'g. 0 0 0 Barnes, g. 3 17 Kiiordan, g. 13 5 Saul, ig. 0 11 Hutehinson, g. 0 0 0 Totals _. 20 8 48 A...

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

Dubois U. C. Proves Too Powerful For HUC In 61-44 Win Totals 19 6 44 DUC F-G- FIs- pts-Kokoska, f. 10 2 22 Keeman, f 5 1 11 (Roth , c 8 1 17 Phillips, c. 10 2 Sykes, g. 3 17 Benson, ig. 10 2 Yount, g. -— 0 0 0 Totals 28 5 61 iLast Saturday, for the second time in a week, Joe Valla'is Dubois U. C. five set HUC back in defeat. Kokoska, who led the Westerners scoring attack when, Dubois played in Hazleton, once again paced the winners, having ten field goals and two foul tries for a total of twenty-two points. He was ably-assisted by Keenan and _iRofih who had twenty-eight tallies between them. High point-makers for the locals were Riley, Apichella, and Riordan who accounted for 31 markers, more than three-fourths of the team's entire scoring. Dunback, Maday, and Barnes played their usual fine defensive game. HUC F.G. Fls. Pts. Riley, f. 5 0 10 Apichella, £ 5 1 11 Durbaek, c 3 2 8 iBames, g. 0 11 Riordan, g. 4 2 10 Maday, g 2 0 4

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

Yes! He's a Friend of Mine How about coats and hats? Well, ithe girls think belted coats are nice, but loose, boxy coats are nicer and ldok much better on the wearer. And, fellows , they just love those Joe College hats! Because women are crazy about hats, they will love 'any kind tOiat is out-of-this-world. Plaid shirts and reindeer sweaters were mentioned and thie screams , sighs , Oh's and Ah's caused an awful lot of noise in the IhalL . Yes, men, when you are nearly dressed , have personality and character, a girl is proud to say, "He's a friend of _Tnin_« » luentlemen! Or shall we just say men? Are you interested in the female opinion about your wearing apparel? Of course you are, because there is more pride and vanity in men than women. A survey, taken this week, proved three girls out of every four have the isame likes and dislikes. They like tweeds and gabardines , especially the latter when two shades are blended—blue trousers, tan jackets—grey trousers , blue jacke...

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

In an exhibition meet held at the YMOA Pool, Syd Rudman's natators defeated Coach Don Reese 's Hazleton High swimmers, 36-30. ,50 Yard Free Style: (1) Thompson (HUC) 27:0 (2) Leonard (HHS' 27:1 (3) Yeager (HUC) 28:2 100 Yard Breast Stroke: __ __ (1) Perini (HHS) 1:20:4 ¦(2) Boyle (HUC) 1:21:9 (3) Steiner (HUC) 1:22:6 200 Yard Free Style: (1) Barager (HUC) 2:37:5 (2) Whitfield (_HHS) 2:44:2 (3) Seidel (HHS) 2:44:3 100 Yard Back Stroke: (1) Balas (HHS) 1:41:1 (2) Hill (HHS) 1:15:5 (3) Walker (HUC) 1:18:7 100 Yard Free Style: (1) McGrory (HUC) 1:02:8 (2) Jones (HHS) 1:02:9 <3) Balas (HHS) 1:09:9 Diving: (1) Nelson (HHS) 72:4 (2) _>N. Leonard (HUC) 69:5 i(8) J. Leonard (HHS) 51:8 150 Yard Free Style Relay: (1) Barager (HUC) Thompson (HUIC) Yeager (_HUC) MdGrory (HUC) HHS disqualified. HUC TANKMEN TAKE MEASURE OF HHS IN EXHIBITION MEET, 36-30

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

VETERANS COLUMN The training officer from the Veterans Administration will be here at the Walnut Street Building every 'Tuesday and Thursday of this imonth 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 _PJM. to 3 P.M. * * * Regulations require that the veteran mulst contact his training officer tat least once a month. When your training officer calls for his check report at the end of the month be sure that you contact Kim. Sp S{S JJi If you receive a Form No. 1963 through the mail with your next check, complete it and return it immediately to the regional office or to your training office*1 . * * _si_= MARRIED VETS or veterans who claim dependents, if you have not already applied for benefits, do so immediately. These benefits are not retroactive to the date iof dependency tbut are retroactive only to the date of application. IT JUST AIN'T SO—You've probably heard during lone of your free periods (if you have any...

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

STUDENT QUOTES "The New Yorker isn't happy—Either admire his fortitude or pity him but don't condemn him. Having lived only in New York City, he does not know that there are small towns where people are polite and can take life easy." George P. Epstein * * * "When I talked to new families who have moved into Hazleton, they have all expressed their deep appreciation for the warmth and friendliness shown them by their neighbors." Bernard G. Narrow * * * "If you should look down any of these streets toward the sky, you would be amazed to find such a small town with a skyscraper. The Audenried breaker, like a great black cat sitting on its haunches, overlooks the entire town." Karl T. Wagner

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

Riley Leads Team In Individual Scoring (Up ito and including February 8) Player Played F.G. Fls. Pts. Riley, f 12 72 15 159 Apichella, f. _ 12 69 22 140 Riordan, g. __ 11 31 24 86 Durbaek, g. __ 11 25 8 58 iMaday, f. 7 19 13 51 Williams, g. _ 9 20 6 46 Saul, c. 12 13 12 38 Barnes,, f, __ 9 10 10 30 Hutchlnson_, c. 8 10 2 22 Wagner, g. __ 3 1 3 5 Major, g. 3 2 0 4 Johnson, g. 5 1 1 3

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

KILROV COMES TO HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER The engineering students were given a problem to solve to determine the changes and difficulties of maintaining a water supply for a community whose population grew and diminished for thirty years preceding 1940. When the papers were called in, Mr. Kostos received one from the eminent "Kilroy" who wrote that the earthquake of 1939 hit the community destroying it completely. Therefore, no community, hence, NO (PROBLEM.

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

Homers Bring Trial BALTIMORE, Md.—Ted Sepkowski will get a chance with the Cleveland Indians at _Tuiscon, Ariz., because he "did his stuff" at the right time. Manager Lou Boudreau saw Sepkowski hit two homers while playing for the Curtis Bay Coast Guard team in 1945. (Taken from Standard Sentinel) (Ed. Niote — Sepkowski was an exshipmate of the sports ed aboard the cutter Ponteharbrain.)

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

STUDENT HELPS By Mr. R. N. Krecker Improvability It is probably true that progress in a given subject is not at a uniform rate, even though the student devotes the same number of hours each day to that subject. The advance seems to be by rushes, rapid at first, then slower, and rapid again. The student should not be unduly discouraged, therefore, if at periods of his study his progress may seem arrested for a time, for he may reasonably expect that if he persists in his efforts his progress will again become normal. Remembering Memory is the very heart of learning. Not that one should remember everything, but to be able to remember is the basis of learning. To remember well, one should:— a. Learn well in the beginning. Try to learn the subject matter 50 percent better than satisfactory. b. 'Try to recall the facts frequently. If everytime facts are restored to the mind through recalling after they have begun to fade, they are just so much more indelibly fixed. ic. Study by t...

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

THESPIANS TO PRESENT SECOND IN NEW RADIO SERIES Thursday, February 27, 1947 at iPJVt. the newly organized Thespian 'Club will present the second of its new radio series over Station WAZL. The forthcoming broadcast is entiitled, " Music Through the Years". The program will embody local and national events synonymous with the _musfc that was popular at the time. Music will Ibe from present day (hits to those our forefathers were singing during the Civil War period. Also included are one American and one Iirish folk song. The music of the folk isongs has no special date and is of unknown origin; however, the popularity of these songs has lasted down itihrough the ages. A complete list of the songs is as follows: Begin the Beguine, Deep in (My Heart, With a Song in My Heart, iStudents'March Song, Believe Me If 'All Those Endearing Young Charms, Climbin' Up the Mountain, Battle Hymn of the Republic, and Your ILand and My Land. Featured on the program will be a mixed quartet, and so...

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

" ¦" ' ' ' _» -"¦-"" FRENCH CLUB HOLDS FIRST MEETING The newly organized French Club, under the direction of Miss Emma Phillips, held its organization meeting land elected officers, committees, and outlined a program of future _activities. Officers elected were as follows: President—D. Lockwood. "Vice President—E. Wizda. Secretary—(J. Lorah. Treasurer—>G. Tomsho. Song Leader—A. Lanyon.. Program Chairman—A. Crocomo. Members of the rules committee are as follows: A. Pdccino, I. Kochera, and E. Dorozansky. Time, dates, and places <of future Imeetings were discussed land tentative arrangements 'are to hare regular (meetings Friday nights in the music room at the Center. These meetings will be supplemented by informal (meetings Thursday afternoons. Miss Phillips announced that she may be able to secure French films from the campus. These will deal (wthi French life, land also places of scenic Ibeautyi in France. Plans are also being made for the club to attend a Frenc...

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

"TEN-SHUN! HAM BUGS Memories of Army life were reviewd by those who attended the first (meeting of the Radio Club, organized under the guidance of Mr. Levine, Physios instructor. At this meeting, which was held on Monday evening, iFebruary 17, and attended by a majority of veterans, the election of offficers and a general plan of organization were the main events of the evening. This newly formed club has set as its goal the obtaining of "ham" operator licenses for all of its members, iby giving to' those who have had past experience in the field of code and theory, the opportunity to " ibni_»h-up" on their weak points; and to those who are newcomers, the necessary instructions to enable them to meet the requirements necessary ito obtain a license. The next meeting will be held on Monday, February 24, at 7:00 P. M. at the Broad Street Building, at which time Mr. Levine will commence his first lesson on the International Morse Code and the fundamentals of radio theory. All thos...

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