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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

Leaves School Just a few weeks back, Pershing Jones lost his roommate, Student Council lost a member, and Penn State lost a popular student when Bill Savitz was forced to leave school for reasons ibeyond his control. Even though he has not finished his second semester here, he will still be remembered for his consistent and efficient guarding as a member of the Center cage teamand his spectacular long shots. All the students are looking forward toward seeing Bill at the third annual banquet at the Hotel Altmont,

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

New Solon A solon has been officially initiated into the hallowed hall (our assembly room) of our student government. The new Council member is the Honorable Larry Tarleton, dully elected by the freshmen class to fill the recent vacancy created in Student Council by the regrettable departure of Legislator Bill Savitz. The new freshman representative is quite a "red" in liberal tendencies_. However, he won't get much of a chance; the year is about over and Larry has already secured a room for next year's residence on the campus.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

A -_» HH ¦ rM»¦¦!¦¦¦ T_« -""¦» "¦" ¦¦- -» I BARBS ND BOUQUETS j _*'_*'— .""_" ""_™ "" """ "" When H. L. Mencken was feelin slightly depressed or was particular] conscious of the insoluble riddle c existence, he would mix himself stiff dram of poetry and _philosophy Similarly, since the approaching of th end of the year has sobering effec your columnist feels the urge for lyri reflection. It is always with real deep regre tinged with nostalgia that the studen turns and takes a last, slow look a the building within which he ha worked for the past eight months, n matter how much he may be blinde< by the promise of the future. To b sure, they were months of work; bu he knows they can be trained lamplik on the future. As he looks back over: those months along with this realization little cork; of trivia bob irresistably to the sur face of his memory. He recalls th( overpowering aroma of Mr. Walter's pipe as he passed in the halls, or the surprised dismay of the library gang ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

I A GIRL'S IDEAL MAN I An enterprising "Collegian" Tepor_,tei dared to confront the female part (61 the minor part as the sorrowful males sadly known) of the Center students and have each girl picture her "idea man." And the girls ran true to form Where can you get such men ? Gertrude Hecht: "Very intellectual and looks down on others less intellectual. Great deal of common sense—not stolid—much nervous energy — inarticulate — medium size—dark hair—superior intellectually rather than physically." Marie Somers: "Must be a 'Somebody' not one of the crowd—must have personality must have a sense of humor—must have something1 to say and ability to say it—must have intelligence—not a social climber—satisfied with his best —taller than I, not stoop-shouldered, preferably dark." Anne Greshko: "Must be a gentleman. Must be able to talk intelligently. Must not _De stubborn or indifferent. Must be a _*ood dancer and must have good pos-;ure—lots of fun." Ruth Bachman: "Dark and curly ha...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

An Ad Getter's Tale I walked out of a busy department store, sat down wearily on the curb, and sighed. It had been a hard struggle_, but I had won. In my hand was clutched one dollar and twenty-five cents ($1.25) for a whole 1-32 of a page ad. It certainly was wonderful what you could do when you made up your mind. Before me stretched building upon building that I had been in that morning, not all with the same result. With each one there was a personal thought attached. In one store I had chased the advertising manager from basement to top floor, around the counters, up and down elevators, and finally trapped him after half an hour in an office within an office stowed away on the third floor. The result? Well, why go into that? And just down the street was a man who told me he didn't want any more customers so why ¦ advertise ? Now that is certainly being satisfied with one's lot in life. But the personal contacts aren't the only pleasures in this work. There are sore feet fr...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

' "<_ffi^»® _^^ THE LAST LAP We are entering the home stretcr of the second semester race. Before we know it the final tape will loon: up before us—the final exams will darken the horizon. Then after the race the Victory Picnic and Banquet will culminate our first year in the Broad Street school building. Then we will disperse with fond memories: Memories of the ping-ponging of the table tennis ball; of the cup-winning basketball team (Charlie Mc-Geehan can tell junior that some day); of that unique Faculty gettogether party unsurpassed by any except Council's Christmas party; of "Hot-Fingers" Belt?,; of Santa Claus Piccola; of the valiant James Dyke and of Mrs. Brindell's trip to college; and on, on, on ... But did we say disperse? No, not with the strong Alumni Association _ive have. We are forever a part of :he Hazleton Center. As members of he Association, we will strengthen the organization and take our place imong the leaders.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

I " I I Advice to Bookworms I Did you ever seriously think of "raising" books? Of buying the jbest sellers and classics and saving them for your home library ? It's the greatest fun once you get started. It may mean less spending money; it does mean, however, hours and hours of enjoyable reading and possession of durables that become priceless with age. Just talk to any man that bought his library piece-meal. Notice how proud he is of his achievement, how much attachment he has for his books, and how he looks upon them as part of himself—the more lasting part. And then look at what cheap rates good hooks are being sold today. For example, take a gander (a glance we mean) at the assortment that Mr. Eiche has on display. There are the valuable Graphic History of U. S. which sells for only 75c, Men Who Lead Labor (35c!), Labor Spies, Flivver King (25c).

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

I ALUMNI NEWS I We have been hearing rumors thai our alumni news service is of interesi to some of our readers. Don't blame us for this situation; it's the alumni's fault. They're so gosh darn busy bringing honor and glory to theii Alma Mater that this column can't help but reflect some of it. Martha Marusak has been on a week's tour with -the varsity debating team. Again local boiy, Carmen Carroto, makes good. A star member of our team in '35 and '36, Carmen is varsity basketball material at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. We give our utmost respect to Becky Baskin, who is carrying the tremendous burden of twelve subjects this semester. Becky is also a member of the French Club. Donald Carter is back in school after his operation and giving his usual tip-top performance once more.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

CENTER NATATORS ENJOY Y. M. SWIMMING PARTY The swimmers and would-be swimmers amongst us had a splashing swell time a few Wednesdays ago in the Y.M.C.A pool. About twenty-three students attended this affair and, we believe, all of them got wet. After their Y dip the natators pa-| raded to the Center buildings where they received a generous portion of ice cream, cake and birch beer.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

SCHOOL BOOKS Call of the Wild 5:05 Bell It Can't Happen Here Extra Holidays or Trip to the Campus All Quiet on the Western Front, Library So Big Home work assignments The Harbor Gameroom Great. Expectations Reports Les Miserables Class Skippers Gone With , the Wind H-2-S

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

COLLEGIAN STAFF Editorial Board Editor Walter E. Organist John C. Barnes Earl K. Seybert Ruth L. Bachman Margaret T. Lucash Alice M. McGrory Reportorial Board Marie Somers Emer Flounders Josephine T. Zogby Irene E. Sherrock i .•

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

FIRST CENTER ALUMNI FINISH COLLEGE CAREERS [Continued from page 1 ] chanical engineering, an average of 1.9, and membership in the Pi Tau Sigma, an honorary mechanical engineering fraternity, and the student American Society for Mechanical Engineers; Robert Fagan, who with a B. A. degree plans to continue his legal studies; Joseph J. Fedor, a B. S. in agricultural and biological chemistry, who has received a graduate fellowship for his splendid record; Geo. J. Gasper, receiving a B. A. from the commerce and finance school. He has majored in accounting and minored in business subjects; Anthony Lio, with a B. S. in chemical engineering; Martha J. Miller, with a B. A. in edu cation. Martha's major is mathematics; Genevra Richards, graduating from the school of education. She was a member of Le Circle Francais; Catherine Sterling, also graduating from the school of education with a B. A. degree. She majored in social studies and history, and minored in English. She was elected t...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

r~ 1 JI HIKE "Allons! whoever you are, come trave with me! Traveling with me you find what nevei tires." So promised Walt Whitman in his "Song of the Open Road"; se eighi members of our Center took a hike as a test but found what ever tires. The hikers, who hit the wide open spaces on a brief 15 mile jaunt, were: Alice Marie McGrory, Mary Ann McClintock, Marie Somers, Pershing Jones, Emer Flounders; and Miss Reichenbacher, Mr. Kieft, and Mr. Herpel oi the faculty corps. Events noteworthy of historical recording include: Mr. Herpel's hairraising rescue of himself. To our doubting readers we have photographic proof of his narrow escape of falling in the St. John's Creek after attempting to shake Mr. Kieft from a set of cable wires that act as a suspended bridge over the stream. And then later on the hikers discovered a veritable child's paradise—a playground at Evergreen Park. And were they elated! But not for long—for the hard-hearted owner (who must have forgotten his own yout...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

I ALLONS! "I think whatever I shall meet on the road I shall like, and whoever beholds me shall like me" in Walt Whitman's words sums up the spirit of the American Youth Hostelry Movement This movement has a special bearing on youth, college youth, and specifically Hazleton Center Youth. The "trail"—over Diamond Avenue, down the stony, disheveled hill, through the portals of school—will soon be still. Stirring are the thrills of new trails this summer. Here is a suggestion: What about biking (hiking, canoeing, horseback. riding also) through New England ? "You'll see rolling hills and gem-like lakes . . . silver streams and rivers . . . fiery sunsets and brilliant dawns." But more—you'll live cheaper than you ever lived before! Imagine vacationing on the "breeding grounds" of Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau! (why it's a veritable Lit. 1 a-la-mode!) Longfellow, Frost, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Emily Dickinson, Edna St. Vincent Millay—and living cheaper than you ever lived before ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

Female Cyclists Tame Unruly, Bucking Bike A wheel—a leg—an arm—a headhave you ever seen such an animal? I t isn't a monster of the dinosaui period but one of the Center girls who turned bicycle enthusiast. The bicycle bug has infested oui Center and taken its toll among oui girls. The bicycles, rented by a kindly gentleman on First street, became objects of torture to every inexperienced girl who attempted to master the technique of riding them. One young lady, with the aid of the kindly old gentleman, was able to stay on for a few revolutions of the pedal; but—that young lady, without the aid of the kindly old gentleman spent most of her time holding the bike up. It seems that every time she succeeded in placing one foot on the pedal, the bike would get out of hand and the young lady on her feet. She did succeed in travelling three feet alone, that is—with the aid of the fence. Finally, discouraged, she gave-it up as a bad job. P. S. She didn't sit for three days.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

Two Center Students Crash Ed. Textbook "Nipper" Gallagher and Marie Somers have made their immortality a certainty already; they have managed to surreptitiously squeeze themselves into a photograph or "cut" appearing in Mr. Eiche's education class' textbook, "Education in a Democracy." The picture on page 312 of the book shows the Hazleton Bookmobile on the Cedar Street playgrounds. What does that have to do with Gallagher and Somers _|ame? Well, just _*this: When the picture was taken, Allen and Marie were in their homes "cracking the books" (So Nipper swears). So what? Again just this: Nipper's and Marie's homes are pictured in the background of the "cut." Although you can't see these two famous Center students, you can readily see the logic in this story—as well as the moral: stay home, "crack the books,"and immortality becomes certain.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

OUT-OF-TOWNERS WIN H.U.C. SOFTBALL CROWN At the beginning of the softball season, this was a question that bothered the Center boys: Who were the better softballers — Hazletonians or the out-of-towners? Four games, however, proved to everyone (except the towners) that the out-of-towners were supreme; they trounced the Mountaineers four consecutive times. But all the games were close and weren't decided until the final innings when the out-oftowners got some breaks. Stars on both teams were numerous. Ross Blyler was the leading victorious hurler. Ctecino and Glabick featured with heavy hitting. For the Hazletonians "Nipper" Gallagher desrves a "pat" on his back for his stellar work at third base, and Joe Gentilini led at the bat. Hail to the champs of Chester High!

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

CAMPUS TEAM DEBATES WITH CENTER DEBATERS The Cente team its r debating got first taste of action when it argued with the Penn State freshmen team a few weeks ago in the regular Wednesday afternoon assembly period. The campus team, taking the affirmative side, was composed of- David R. Benjamin, a Hazleton resident, and Lewis Green; the Center debaters were Gertrude Hecht and Emer Flounders. The non-decision debate was on the question—Resolved: That the National Relations Board be empowered to enforce arbitration in all industrial disputes. Besides being capable debaters, the campus boys were also amusing jokesters—telling the crowd funny stories about their long trip to Hazleton. Mr. Janssen, Center debate coach, acted as chairman.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

Labor Class Visits Reidler Knittinq Mill Mr. Janssen's Labor Problems' Class visited a few weeks ago, the neighboring Reidler Knitting Mill. There they inspected the various machinery and methods necessary for the manufacture of a plain shirt. During the visit the class interviewed Mr. Reidler, who turned out to be a never-ending source of information. He explained the wage basis used in his mill—which was the timeefficiency basis. When asked about his union policies, he stated that he allows his workers to do as they please in this respect. . At present his mill is a C.I.O. closed shop.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 May 1938

EDUCATION CLASS RUNS BULLETIN BOARD NEWS As part of their class work, members of Mr. Eiche's education class are promoting a "Bulletin Board Digest" of all the news concerning new educational developments. The bulletin board is loaded down with multifarious clippings, rests in the assembly room arid all students are invited to read it. The ed class is enthusiastic about this project in all respects but one; they have to be responsible for the news facts upon which Mr. Eiche is entitled to spring a quizz.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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