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

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

Compliments of CONEY ISLAND RESTAURANT

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

Compliments of The LEADER STORE

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

Compliment* of Frumkin Bros. 21 WEST BROAD STREE_" HAZLETON, PA. "Home of 21 Famous Brands"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Pottsville-Keystone Tapoff Tonight: Dance To Climax Eastern Division Playoffs Engineers Sponsor March Dance; Oz Werly_'s Orchestra Featured The _isecond round of the new socia set-up at HUC gets under way Satur ¦day evening, March 15 at the. Wes' Hazleton High School Gym when th< HUG Engineers will sponsor th< dance of the month. The dance wil immediately follow the last game oj the Eastern Division Junior Collegf Basketball'Tournament which is als( toeing held at the borough high gym Entertainment Committees Completing Arrangements The committee in charge of the arrangements is under the guidance oJ faculty advisor, John O'Neill. The following with Danny Bloss as chairmar have worked to make this social _affaii a success: John Thomas, Bill Kovaliok, Lester Stein, Joe Rigotti, _Ari Blew, and John Stein. The committee has engaged Oz Werley, his ten piece orchestra and a vocalist to entertain with music of a high .calibre. Refreshments will be served with Miss Ma...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

HAZLETON_'S INDUSTRY FUND CAMPAIGN NOW UNDER WAY Everyone is talking about Hazle ton's Industry Campaign Fund.It is one of the most important events tc take place in the community in manj years, since its effect will be felt bj every citizen in the region. An industry like the Electric Auto-Lite Company locating in the Greater Hazleton Area will add prestige and progress to our community. The employment oi hundreds of our men will not only help to solve our unemployment problem, but it will also be the means of retaining many families that would otherwise leave the Hazleton area. The spirit with which the campaign was started and the response it has received thus far is an encouraging sign. Outsiders who have been keenly observing the city's endeavor to stride forward have been deeply impressed by the advance. Still there are many within the city who are skeptical of this new venture. There are many of those who criticize thai it will take almost a year before th_« plant can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Dramatic Club Plans Activities The HUC Dramatic Club, whicl presents "Statistically Yours" a fe\ weeks ago, is laying plans for an ex tensive spring program. Friday, March 21, try-outs for _twi plays will be held in Room 13. One play will be "The Importance of _Beinj Earnest". This play has been pre sented on Broadway with a maximun of success, and it is a challenge to _oui dramatically inclined students. Th< play is in an English setting and ful of comedy and absurd situations. AI members of the Dramatic Club are requested to attend the try-outs. New Members Wanted Officials of the club stated that any person wishing to join the club may come to the try-outs. They will be admitted to the club arid at the same time can try out for the play. The Dramatic Club is in its infancy at HUC, and it is trying to become one of our leading organizations. In addition to future emoters, the club is in dire need of men or women who ire interested in becoming stage :rew members. Prope...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

AMERICAN RED CROSS DRIVE IS ON-GIVE! Once again the month of March ha: appeared on the calendar, and with i ;he promise of Spring and the annua Red Cross drive. The' Red Crosi knows no special season for thejj ministrations to the needy, _thost plagued by misfortune, or those ren lered destitute by flood, fire or earthquake. Their work continues month after month, year after year. They were instrumental in giving aid to deserving G.I.'s, comforting families that lost .their loved ones in the last great conflict, and in general aiding millions of young men and young women away from home. They provided a home away from home. In many cases they were the connecting link across the vast expanses of ocean and continent for fomilies torn assunder. Today, they are aiding the wretched masses of the Far East and Europe, providing much needed food and clothing. Their humanitarian work is •mown from one end of the globe to ;he other; and it is your dimes and iollars that makes this great ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

ART CLUB OF HUC HOLDS FIRST MEETING Club Offers Variety Of Instructions The newly organized Art Club o HUC held its first meeting _Thursdaj evening, March 6, 1947 at the Broac St. Building. The total enrollment tc date is twelve students and there art openings for several more. The following officers were electee by a majority of votes: Frank Lucia—Representative in the Student Council for the Club. Siegmund Knies—^Secretary. The purpose of the club is to help any HUC students who have an interest in art, but who do not have art on their curriculum, to advance in the various phases of art in which they are best suited. Mr. Arthur Carpenter, head of the Art Department at the HUC is supervisor of the club and will give instruction in tempera, charcoal studies, water color, oils and pencil sketching at all of the club meetings. All future meetings will be held on Thursday evenings commencing at 7 P.M. and concluding at 9 or 9:30 P.M. The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

LE CERCLE FRANCAIS PREPARES FOR NIGHT AFFAIR On March 21 at 7:30 p.m. the newly-formed Le Cercle Francais wil present its first evening affair. This program which will be held at the local YWCA is open to all students oi French, and to all who have an interest in the language. Two Skits Scheduled For The Evening Two short French comedy skits are to be offered as part of the evening's entertainment. The first, Chez le Dentiste, has a cast of three: Angela PuccinoJack Riordan and Joe Mayday. The second skit, Le Diplomat, has for its cast Donald Barnes, Dan Alampi, and John Ritz. To Plan Trip to New York In addition to the entertainment, which also includes the singing of French songs, a regular business meeting will toe conducted. During the meeting plans for the trip to New \fork will be discussed and drawn up. Anyone interested in the trip is incited to attend the meeting and to enioy an evening of French entertainment.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Math Club Election Held At First Meeting At their first scheduled meeting the members of the HUC Math Club elected the following officers: President—Robert Kaufman Vice-president—John Thomas Secretary—Irene Kochera Attendance At Meetings Very Good The average attendance at the three meetings held thus far has been about twentyjfive. At the first meeting Mr. Zenbe gave a lecture on "Probability"; at the second meeting Mr. Coburn _?ave a talk on "Identities Made Easy "; Miss Davey at a third meeting lectured on "Celestial Mechanics ". At last evening 's meeting the topic of iiscussion was "Use of Mathematical Fables".

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

GLEE CLUB TO COMMEMORATE ST. PATRICK'S DAY Monday, March 17th, universally known as St. Patrick's Day, the Glee Club will don their green and shamrocks as they give out with a repertoire of Irish songs over Station WAZL. The Glee Club has been signally honored by being invited to appear as guests on the Women's Hour, a pi-ogram aired over WAZL at 9:30 A.M. each day. Radio is not new to these warblers as they have successfully presented a jiumber of broadcasts that have attracted wide and favorable comment. The entire mixed chorus will participate in the forthcoming presentation.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Inrernar'Iists Discuss Greek Situation Highlighting the International Relations Club's first meeting was a discussion on the present day Greek situation. Talks were given both pro and con on the subject, and the same topic will be continued for futher discussion at next Wednesday ' s meeting. Joe (Fisher was appointed chairman to preside over the next gathering. Students are again reminded that they can bring their lunches, since the meetings are conducted informal ly. Here is an opportunity to exjhange and broaden your viewpoints »n foreign affairs. The faculty as ivell as the students are urged to sarticipate in these informal discussions. Timely Topic On Forum Saturday The weekly radio forum _presents by students of HUC will present i timely topic this Saturday, when the; will discuss, "Juvenile Delinquency-Its Causes and Prevention." Students who will take part in this week's round-table discussion are as follows: Irene Kochera, Robert Kaufman, Marvin Yanoski and John ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Tournament Schedule Friday, March 14: 8:15 P.M. iSchuylkill Undergraduate Center vs Keystone J.C. Saturday, March 15: 2:00 P.M. HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER vs. Bucknell J.C. 3:15 P.M. 'Hershey Junior College vs. Winner of IFriday night'sgame 7:00 P.M. Consolation game between losers in afternoon games to determine third place. 8:15 P.M. Finals to determine winner of Eastern District title between winners in af- Stage Set For Junior College Matches At West Haileton High School Gym Friday night at 8:15, Pottsville Undergraduate Center and Keystone Jr. College clash in the first game of the Eastern Jr. College Tournament at West Hazleton High School Gymnasium. The two teams are listed fourth and fifth respectively in the tourna ment and are evenly matched. It should be a bang-up game, since both teams are out to upset the dope and cop the first place trophy. An interesting pre-lim has been planned, with the Liberal Artists' Loafers tackling those hustling scholars from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Speech Classes Plan New York Sojourn The members of all speech classes are planning a trip to New York City to see the famous play by Oscar Wilde, "The Importance of Being Earnest." The trip is scheduled for March 20; however, the trip is subject to the .final approval of Mr. A. A. Goss, Administrative Head.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

285 SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS But Only 25 Days Till COLLEGIAN DANCE r • ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

ALTOONA ES ON THE BALL: We're Behind It ( Article from Altoona Collegian Verbatim) Veterans ' organizations of Blair, Centre and northern Cambria counties comprising an Allied Veterans Council last week endorsed a three-month fund raising campaign to establish at the Ivyside college site a permanent living memorial to veterans of all wars. J. Lester Laughlin, district Veterans of Foreign Wars commander, heads the memorial council of the drive which seeks to raise $50,000 between now and May 22. Lee E. Wertz, district American Legion commander, will assist Mr. Laughlin as vice chairmen of the committee of prominent men and women of veterans' organizations. According to a report of the committee, one of the salient features of the drive will be the solicitation of $250 subscriptions for the purchase of bronze tree plaques in honor of the war dead. Bruce Crumm, chairman of the memorial advisory committee, explained that the fund, if realized, will not only provide a permanent mem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Personality Sketches 'She graduated from Hazleton High School in 1946 and 'is in her second semester at HUC. She intends to go to the campus in 1948. When questioned about her greatest thrill, she stated, "I've led a dull life". (We doufct it). Her favorite food is — hold your seats, folks—lentil soup—you (figure it out. She likes to sleep late—but she also likes to come to school. This gets more amazing as we go along. Ah! back to normal again—she also likes a nice date at night. We better close on that. DAVE KELLER This scholarly looking young gentleman was born in 1926, and graduated from HHS in 1946. He is about 5' 11" tall—weighs 145—and has that ¦wonderful combination — blue eyes and blonde hair. Mr. Keller stated with some hesitancy that Ms childhood ambition was to become a chemist; however, HUC's instructors (and blue books) changed 'his mind. He is now studying to become a sanitary engineer—object—to clean up Schuylkill River. As a musician Mr. Keller excells on the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

A fine of six hundred dollars was pinned on the operator of a Savannah, Mo., roadside nite-spot for permitting his combo to give forth with two tunes iwhich happened to be copyrighted. He explained that the boys didn 't read music and just heard them over the radio. * * * Jitterbugging is dying out — a recording director of RCA Victor has recently expressed the opinion that the youngsters are beginning to show a trend toward sweet and sentimental music. The jitterbug tunes are not nearly as pop ular today as they were a year ago. * * * Vocalist Buddy Moreno is following in the footsteps of so many other outstanding musicians by iormihg his own twelve-piece band. He's also going to feature a 'gal singer. * * * Signature has recently dug up a youthful singer named Bobby Doyle. 'Watch this kid because we think he's really going places. * * * In a recent article in Band Leaders Stan Kenton stated that he does not think that sweet music is crowding 'swing, and has been showing it right...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 March 1947

Poet's Point of View THE ARTIST'S DREAM (She was fairer than a summer day O'er the glow of setting sun. IShe was the picture on the canvas When Rembrandt's work was done. She was sweeter than a fragrant flower Yielding nectar to the bees, And her laughter was like the music of Beethoven 's hands upon the keys. She had the stately grace of a lily Through which swim the playful bream; And to carve her form from marble Would have been DiVinci's dream. These men that I have mentioned Are long since dead and gone, Yet I'd unite the talent of each For an image of my—Dream. TO THE POET OF THE POET'S POINT OF VIEW To the character who writes such things as "To Someone"* Dear Sir: There ' s only a few channels left for one Who writes things like "To a Coquette"* You're strictly from hunger, little chum, How about "To a Croquette"? Or maybe you're just quiz happy Or worried o'er some romantic misdeed Well, it's more than a poem to give voice to your woe It's a chaplain, dear boy, that y...

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