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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

Personality??? Sketches Well, here we are! You have been heaping expletives upon us as an anonymous group for many months. Now, we have decided to shed our cloak of anonimity in order that we may give you the privilege of heaping expletives upon us in name for the next two months. FRANCIS FATSIE—This smiling Irishman, aside from Ibeing 'Co-Editor of the COLLEGIAN, is Vice President of the Student Council and an active member of the Thespian and International Relations Club. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1923, Francis attended the _Hazleiton 'City 'Schools. His service record includes 31 months in the 'Pacific area with the UjS. Marine Corps. Fatsie's ambition is to become a journalist. His work on the COLLEGian and the Hazleiton Sunday Times is paving the way for a successful journalistic career. GEORGE TOMSHO—Co-Editor of the COLILEGTAN, George Tomsho, was born on NoVember 21, 1922. He is a graduate of the West Hazleton High School, class of 1940, where he was active in extra...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

Breaking The Ice MAKE COMMENCEMENT A SUCCESS Action Now In the early issues of this publication we asked community support for a project which would improve housing facilities for Hazleton Undergraduate Center. There has been much publicity and a great deal of talk concerning the possible erection of a new Undergraduate Center building here. The fact remains that publicity does not put seats in class rooms, and talk has never laid one buck upon another in the erection of a new building. This editorial does not purport to represent the sentiments of the college administration; it does reflect a good deal of the thought of querulous students who wonder why the retention of a State Police Barracks here is considered more important than community support for better quarters for the Undergraduate Center. We can see why a state police garrison is advantageous to the community. But" the arguments of these who ignore the Center and tremble at the thought of losing the state pol...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

PLATTER CHATTER Many big name bands refused to work at the/ $5,000,000 Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas. This hotel is receiving quite a Ibit of criticism from the papers because it was constructed while 100,000 former GI's were without homes. The hotel is said to be nothing more than an ultra-exclusive, wide-open gambling joint. * * * Geechie Smith is heading for big time after spending nearly three years in the South Pacific as a GI. He picked up a small combo and without the aid of any high-powered press agents is getting top booking. * * * Mel Torme_, who your editor picked several months ago as being pretty hot, has just been signed for his first pic, "Good News", with June Allysoh. * * * Still turning out some terrific records is Stan Kenton. Among some of his more recent waxings which we expect to go places are "Concerto To End All Concertos " and "Across The Alley From The Alamo ". * * * The authorities in Hollywood who seem to have a desire to tag a dope charge on a big na...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER BUSINESS MANAGER Carmen Stanziola CO-EDITORJ: F. X. Fatsie G. M. Tomsho ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Dan Wargo Edward Wizda ADVERTISING MANAGER Le°n _Mature _ed_.torsPhi "iPS Aaron Marsh Gerald Hassel STAFF WRITERS: Siegmund Knies, Jr., Guy O'Hazza, Dominic Lockwood, Grace McBride, Marguerite Rondish. circulation manager Edward Grega ASSOCIATES: Donald Smith, Gladys Lorah Pat Kringe : : SPORTS EDITORS: George Sipida :,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

Written and Read When much has been written Little of which is read The author and the subject Are usually both dead. These are still living. 'Thieves In The Night" MacMillan and Co.—337 pp. ARTHUR KOESTiLER This story is centered on one of the powder kegs of present day world affairs. This single lethal charge, while apparently unimportant in itself, is causing, by its mere sputterings, repercussions in the political centers of the world. The scene of the story is Palestine—the problem of Jewish immigration into that country, the plot. The Jewish National Fund, financially backed by Jewish people the World over, has been buying plots of land of a few hundred acres each in Palestine for the past several years. The immigrants are trained to live in a purely communistic society. They are then segregated into groups of twenty or thirty males. and females. When ready they are sent to their new home, usually a swamp, a desert plot, or as in this case, a rocky hill where they start ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

Diamond Dust When the Dallas Rebels took the Boston Red Sox on April 2, by a 7-4 score, one Gotham columnist wrote, "The Rebels work the shift to end all shifts on Ted Williams. AH but the pitcher and catcher retire to the right field bleachers and sit down when Ted approaches the plate. After three minutes of silence, players return to their original positions and the game returns to normalcy."—Ray Mueller, the Cincy backstop who set a (National League standard of 233 consecutive games played last season, will sit out this year' s opener because of a chipped bone in his right thumb. — Harry "Cookie " Lavagetto's try at a comeback has failed, iso it looks as if the veteran Brooklyn infielder who turned down a minor league managership w ill probably be offered a different post in the farm system of the Dodgers. —The team most likely to wind up in the basement of the National iLeague is the Cincinnati Reds. Powel Crosley, the Rhinelanders ' owner, won't shell out a cent for bett...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

ENGINEERS BEAT LIBERAL ARTISTS IN GRUDGE BATTLE SIP O E T J CIH ATT IE IP Apichella and Riordan On DUC All-Opponent Team HUC SWIM TEAM ENTERS TOURNAMENT In a game played prior to the Pottsville UjC-_^Keystone J.C. game which opened the Eastern District Basketball Tournament, the Engineers of Broad St. beat the Liberal Artists of Walnut St. 46-24. The winners sewed up the game as early as the first quarter when they hopped off to a 14-4 lead and were never headed. The second period found the proteges of Mr. Kostos keeping up their pace as they scored twelve points to their opponents ' four. Halftime found the Engineers with a comfortable 21 point lead. The -second half was hard fought all the way with the Engineers edging out the li.A. boys in both quarters and finally emerging with a well earned victory. For the winners, McHugh and Kostic lead the attack garnering twentysix points between them. Kowalick and Wagner gave nice support with eight tallies apiece. Highest scor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

| BASKETBALL SQUAD TO BE FETED Table Tennis Tournament Under Way Plans are being made for a banquet, to be held sometime in the near future, honoring Hazleton Undergraduate Center 's basketball team. The HUC five, under the tutelage of Syd Eudman, carried away the Eastern District title by defeating Schuylkill U.C., last year's title-holder, at the West Hazleton High School Gym. However, the local© dropped the state final to a strong York Junior College quintet. Arrangements are toeing made to secure Johnny Lawther, head basketball coach at Penn State, as the main speaker for the evening. Collegian's Predictions For 1947 Baseball Season American League 1. Boston Red Sox 3> 2. Cleveland Indians » 3. Detroit Tigers _2_ 4. New York Yankees f 5. Chicago White Sox & 6. Washington Senators > 7. St. Louis Browns _jT _^ 8. Philadelphia Atb.le . tics 5 National League 1. Brooklyn Dodgers | 2. St. Louis -Cardinals 5_^ 3. Boston Braves % 4. Chicago Cubs _^ 5. New ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

HITS AND MISSES Retreat Sanitorium Visited By Psych Class The Hazleton squad made a gallant bid for state basketball supremacy, but lost out in the final game to York Junior College.*** Most of the HUC men were on the team that represented the Campus Ghoppe in the Freeland "Y" tournament. They lost out to the Bethlehem Stags in the semi-finals in a thrilling contest. * * * Basketball season is over, but the old cry of, "Wait 'till next year", is already being heard. * # • * Softball teams should turn in their team roster to Mr. Rudman sometime this week. There should be fifteen men on each roster. * * * Many of our students will spend the summer playing independent baseball or Softball. _Sj4 Sp Sji Al iDuribach, cage star, was seen diverting his talent in another pastime when he climbed aboard Ferdinand the Bull on the Feeley stage. * # * John Apichella and John Riley brought added honor to HUC when they were selected on the tournament all-star team. * * * Wilson Barto is in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

RADIO THESPIAN GROUP OF HUC Back row, left to right: Clarence Sipple, Francis X. Fatsie, Georg Tomsho, Richard Barager, George Gorda, Donald Smith, Neil Polumbo. Front row, left to right: John Apichella, Leon Baden, Miss Margaret Campbell, Miss Pearl Garbrick, John Hutnyan, Joseph Cortese, and Morris Deitch. Richard Evans and Aaron Marsh were not present when the picture was taken.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

AROUND TOWN By JOHN PITZA Riding in class this semester is DON _PAIPE who sports a brand new Dodge Genetti's Tyrolean Room is a popular spot with students. It must be those peppermint toothpicks. .... Spring is here as we see DUKE ISIFPLE walking out of the library with books on female psychology.... Good luck to MR. COHN who goes to Harvard Law in September.... At the concert — THE KEIAER BROTHERS enjoying an evening of culture Late again is JERRY OOHN dressing in the game room.... "BROAlDIWAY" SOLTIS was busy explaining to AL DURBACH that Western Union is not cowboy underwear. ... ANN McHUGH'S letters to the campus increase as semesters go by.... JOE MADAY was considering purchasing a wig when the cool weather came in along with his short haircut MIKE TIMKO'S trips to Tresckow are so numerous that the citizens of the town have considered nominating him for burgess.... "DOWNTOWN" BADEN has already picked (his spot in front of Hyman'is for the 52-20 lounging this summer.... GO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

Final Exams Scheduled for June 3,4,5,6 Amos A. Goss, administrative head, has issued for publication the following examination schedule. All conflicts must be reported to the. office not later than April 26. Art 74 June 6 8:00 W-4 Bot. 2 June 5 10:30 W-13 Chem. 2 (A) _ June 4 8:00 W-15 Chem. 2 (A) - June 4 8:00 B-7 (B)_June4 8:00 B-7 Chem. 3 June 4 8:00 B-,6 Chem. 4 (A) _ June 4 10:30 W-16 (B) _ June 4 10:30 B-5 (C) _ June 4 10:30 W-15 Chem. 20 June 4 8:00 B-6 Econ. 1 June 5 10:30 W-2 Econ. 14(A) _ June 5 10:30 W-3 (B) _ June 5 10:30 W-4 Ed. 1 June 5 10:30 W-15 E. Comp. 1(A) June 4 2:00 W-2 (B) June 4 2:00 W-3 (C) June 4 2:00 W-4 E. Comp. 5(A) June 3 8:00 W-2 (B) June 3 8:00 W-3 (C) June 3 8:00 W-4 (D| June 3 8:00 W-13 (E) June 3 8:00 W-15 (F) June 3 8:00 W-16 (G) June 3 8:00 B-3 (H) June 3 8:00 B-5 E. Comp. 26 _ June 3 8:00 B-7 E. Lit. 20 (A) June 3 2:00 W-13 (B) June 3 2:00 W-16 E. Lit. 25 (A) June 3. 2:00 W-15 (B) June 3 2:00 W-3 (C) June 3 2:00 W-4 French 2 June 3 10:30 B-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

MAY QUEEN AMD COURT SELECTED BY POPULAR VOTE Highlighting the one night opening of Otab Collegian was the announcement *his evening of the new May-Queen of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center, Miss Shirley Van Naucker. Catherine Conahan, last year's May Queen, made the announcement, which was greeted by the whole hearted applause of the entire student body. The election was by popular vote and the selection of Miss Van Naucker is a tribute denoting the esteem in which she is held by her fellow students. Miss Conahan presented the new ruler of the May with a corsage and a card symboling the general congratulations of the group. The card was inscribed with the names of the members of tlhe year's Court of Honor, Which was also selected by popular vote. Undergraduate committees working with Mrs. Goss, advisor of the girls' sorority, have announced that the coronation, followed by a semi-formai dance will take place on May 6th at the Holy (Trinity Hall. The complete May Day Court, as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

GREASE OR GREECE SITUATION? No, this is not a problem for the International Court of Justice or United Nations Security Council. It could be used as reference material for an enterprising columnist who would like to create a bit of allegorical literature, and it also might be used as an example by the Red Cross Safety Council; however, the the Hazleton State Hospital handled it quite nicely. Miss (Pearl 'Garbrick, HUC music instructor, had completed frying one of her tasteful steaks when she decided to dispose of the excess fat ("grease"). Although she admitted that she knew better, she related how she took a cup of grease drippings in her left hand, removed the stove lid with her right hand, and nonchalantly poured the contents into the fire. An enveloping sheet of flame ensued as the cup exploded, leaving the handle remaining between her thumb and forefinger. The more severe burns centered primarily about her thumb and forefinger and extended back almost to her elbow. While ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

GERMAN CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS At a recent meeting of the German Club, the following students were elected to office: Sam Marolo — President. Prank Lucia — Vice President. Jeanne Uzmann — Treasurer. (Leon Baden — Secretary. Social meetings of the club are held on the second Friday of each month, and business meetings on the last Friday of the month. All meetings start ¦at 7 P.M. Miss Helen Dossenbach is the rfulb advisor.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 18 April 1947

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