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

CAMPUS SANDWICH SHOP 125 South Church Street Complete line of Sandwiches, Hamburgs, Hot Dogs, Pies, Cakes, Buns Coffee, Milk and Soda. ,

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

_PIRIINWTO& CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO 37-39 East Chestnut Street Phone 3132 Hazleton, Pa . .

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

SINCE 1895 PURE AS THE MOUNTAIN AIR " "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

TO THE STUDENT BODY OF THE _HAZLETOJawMRADllATE CENTER It is with great 'satisfaction, that I welcome to the Hazleton Undergraduate Center the large class of students who will begin their sophomore year's work and the incoming group of 225 freshmen who will be getting their first taste of college life at the Center. The new students will find, I believe, that the excellent cooperation of the faculty members and administrative heads, plus the enthusiasm of the student body, will make this thirteenth academic year of the Center most successful in the history of the college. A spirit of progressiveness has been prevalent at the Center since tihe foundation of this branch of The Pennsylvania State College in 1934. It is to be hoped that the incoming freshmen add to this spirit. True, we are handicapped by our lack of space, but I have every reason to believe that new and modern buildings will house 'the Hazleton Undergraduate Center within a very few years. When that time comes ev...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

_Newcomers1 Views 0$_^Hazleton By MISS HILDA JAMES Hazleton has been the subject of much discussion and the scene of, many "sight-seeing tours" during the past week, as nine new faculty members arrived at the Center and went through the process of finding living quarters and becoming acquainted. Most of the new teachers are generous in their praise of the city. Miss Mary Margaret Wood, instructor in mathematics from Lowell, Massachusetts, feels that the friendliness and hospitality of the townspeople saved her from the homesickness she anticipated upon leaving New England. In true feminine fashion, Miss Joy Bonn, instructor in English, and Miss Hilda James, instructor in speech and dramatics, made an early inspection tour of the shopping district and were surprised at the large number of stores they found. The Ohio representative on the faculty, _Misg Margaret Liechty, of Youngstown, admires the cleanliness of the city and the scenic beauty of the surrounding countryside. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

FACULTY WEEK PROGRAM A SUCCESS Most colleges and junior colleges have their "Freshman Weeks," _bui Hazleton Undergraduate Center pre. sented a "faculty week" program foi new and old teachers beginning Wednesday, September 17 and ending on Sunday, September 21. The program was held in an effort to _complete all academic and extra curricular plans before the opening of classes on September 29. During the program, faculty members discussed such subjects as Center rules and regulations, extra curricular activities, faculty organizations, registration procedures, faculty assignments and student counselling service. Mr. Goss, administrative head, addressed faculty members and outlined general policies of the Center. During the week, Mr, Goss was assisted by Mr. Mattern, assistant administrative head, and Mr. Kostos, assistant in administration.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

COLLEGE PLANS DRAMATIC GROUP Mrs. Goss, administrative head, has announced through Miss Garbrick_, instructor in music, that the Center will sponsor a Center Thespian Club similar to the one which has been active on the main campus of the Pennsylvania State College since 1900 . Miss Garbrick will head the new organization, assisted by Miss Hilda James, instructor in speech and dramatics, and Miss Marion Joy Bonn, instructor in English composition and literature. The new g-roup, combining musical and dramatic talents, will present monthly radio broadcasts over radio station WAZL. The first, to be presented sometime in October, will feature the combined Glee Clubs of fchp pnllpcp

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB TO BE FORMED Students interested in photography will be able this term to join the Center's new photography club. Darkroom facilities as well as technical instruction and advice will be _availabls to the members. The program will begin with a series of lectures and demonstrations on the techniques of developing, printing and enlarging. A photo laboratory, which will be at the Broad .Street building, will be fully equipped and made available to the club's members on a sign-up list basis.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

COLLEGIAN MEETS The first meeting of the COLLEGIA!N staff for the 1947-48 school year will take place in the Walnut street building library on Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 4:00 p. m. Mr. Seibel, teacher of English composition, has been appointed full time advisor to the COLLEGIAN staff. Mr. Seibel asks that all old staff members and newcomers who are interested in school newspaper work attend the meeting. DAVID B. PUGH Supervisor of Hazleton Undergraduate Center MR. PUGlTADbykSs_^ FACULTYmpMBERS ^^^i_^^* w t David B. Pugh_, supervisor of the Penn State Undergraduate Center, opened the thirteenth year of th_« Hazleton Undergraduate Centei when he addressed faculty members and administrative heads at an informal dinner at Genetti's Lunch eonette Wed. evening, Sept. 17. Mr. Pugh outlined the history o\ Penn State College and gave a briei history of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. He stated that the three main parts of any place of education are the faculty, the studen...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

PLEASE—DO NOT SMOKE Faculty Members and Administration Heads ask that students refrain from smoking in the classrooms and first floor hall. Smoking is permitted in the basement.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

i From High School To College The School Newspaper a_^_H_^_B© The transition from high school to college is made with ease hy some students while others find it more difficult. The latter group views college as merely a continuation of high school. This y a grave misconception, particularly from the standpoint of the students' responsibilities. In high school the teacher is responsible for the amount of work covered and absorbed by the student. In college this responsibility is shifted from the instructor to each individual student. In this _situation the instructor acts as a guide and a counselor, giving encouragement and advice. He. performs the same functions as a father teaching a child to walk. If he carries the child, he is defeating his purpose, but by placing him on the floor and lending a little support at first, then allowing the child to go on by himself, the child learns to step and finally walk. Thus the college instructor helps the student to think, to be sel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

._* . , —^_ _ _. OUR LIBRARY By MISS MARGARET CAMPBELL -t : : f Library Undergoes Face Lifting 30lGJLll 1V1 iit Library Rules iT'l-u-somo _ct_*_To4-a,-rvi -f r»*» _nVian_^_rTntr New Library Books Last .year's students will no doubt notice the changes and improvements in the library. It has undergone almost a _complete face-lifting. New chairs, tables, shelves and a large circulation desk add to the attractiveness of the reading room. The most striking new feature of the library is the mural painted by Mr. Arthur Carpenter, art instructor at the Center. The mural symbolically portrays the struggles and sorrows in the lives of the miners of the anthracite region. The great increase in the number of bocks last year created a problem in the stacks. New shelves have been added in the reading room, greatly ailevating last year's crowded eondiotions. Encyclopedias and other general reference works are now in the readin groom, as well as the art and literature sections. As usual...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

FACULTY CHATTER By NAOMI P. GOSS ? ; 1 The north winds doth blow—-and we shall have snow—Mr. Carpenter says Hazleton compares with only twe other places in the world—Siberia and Alaska—so get out your heavy overcoat and be prepared—HUC faculty members tucked-away their vacations and rolled up their sleeves on Sept. 17—fall activities opened up with a bang—l-JDavid B. Pugh, Supervisor of the Undergraduate Centers spoke on the background of the Junior college movement and the history of the Hazleton Center at a faculty dinner held in iGenetti's Rose Room. By way of the HUC grapevine we hear our faculty had a busy as well as a pleasant summer-_^-Miss Dossenbach attended the Middlebury school of foreign languages — Mr. Rudman received his M.Ed. in physical educa tion at Penn State—and Mr. Carpenter received an M.Ed, in Art education also at Penn State—Mesdames Campbell, Staffieri, Garbrick, and Messieurs Goss, Co-burn, Kostos, Krecker, Levine, Cohn, Mattern and Pavone taught the s...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER The Hazleton Collegian is indebted to the following men and women who aided in getting out this first 1947-48 issue of the school paper: Mr. Ralph Krecker, Miss Margaret Campbell, Mr. Sidney Rudman, Mrs. Amos Goss, Miss Hilda James. %

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

Sports Review LAST YEAR WAS A BANNER ONE FOR HUC . . . Why? Well, let's look at the record_. Varsity Basketball Winner of the Eastern (Pennsylvania Junior College Championship and runner-up for the State jChaimpionship. Varsity Swimming Runner-up for the state champion ship, capturing ti tles in the diving and 220 yd. free-style relay events. Varsity Tennis There was no team championship, but Capt. Jimmy Howells won the singles championship, and our doubles team was defeatedjn the semi-final round. Varsity Golf lOur team placed fourth in the state championships, with Capt. Jack Specht placing third |for 'individual honors. ¦ This year there is every hope for and possibility of duplicating or bettering the feats of the past year. Of course the strength of a team is largely determined by the relative strength of the opposition, and it appears that almost all of the opposing beams will be considerably stronger this year. If our sports representatives display the cooperation and d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

THE PLAY OF THE YEAR By Jack Riley Capt. HUC Basketball Team iAn outstanding and intricate basketball play is difficult to explain, especially on paper; but in my book, the laurels for the basketball play of tiw year go to Al Durback and Johnny lAppichella, two great team workers on the iHU-C Eastern Conference championship squad. The play I have in mind occurred in a game played at Williamsport between HUC and Dickinson J. C, and though the Dickinson team beat us almost as decisively as we beat them on our home court, the Appichella-Durback play was the best of the game and of the season, as far as I aim concerned. Durback, taking the ball out under Dickinson's hoop, wound up and heaved a '/football pass " the length of the Williamsport High School court (which is one of the largest in the state) to the fast moving Appichella. Appy's timing was perfect! Just a foot ahead of his guard he grabbed the ball, pivoted and dropped the ball through the hoop for two more points. The p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

FRESHMAN CUSTOMS iProsh dinks and name cards are tc be worn from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. excepi in the school buildings. In addition the dinks are to be worn to all collegeauthorized functions that may be held in the evenings. The name cards are to be suspended from the neck by a string ,and the card should be worn about chest high. The name should be printed in the following way: Doe, John R. The lettering must be at least two inches high and the card must be at least ten inches long. The student must be able and willing to sing the first and last verses of the ALMA MATER of Penn State upon request by an upperclassman. The freshman and upperclassman shall stand while the ALMA MATER is being rendered. Violators of all FRESHMAN CUSTOMS are subject to disciplinary measures by the college council. Freshman customs will become effective on Monday, September 29, at 8:00 a- m.r and will continue until the freshman talent party on or about November 21, at which time the student faculty board ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

PLANING EXTENSIVE ATHLETIC PROGRAM During the academic year it is the desire of the athletic department to carry on an extensive intramural athletic program. Several of the activities planned for intramural competition during the fall semester are: Badminton Basketball 'Bowling Swimming Table Tennis The activities to be included in the program will be determined by student interest in the program, facilities, schedules and personnel. The female students are invited to participate in the program in either all female or mixed competition. 'Every one is eligible, including those who participated in varsity competi tion last year. So that we may start the program as soon as possible, make known your interests to Mr. Rudman, athletic director, immediately. Life is mostly froth and bubble; . Two things stand like stone:— Kindness is _another's trouble, Courage is your own. —YE WEARY WAYFARER

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

New Math Instructor One of the out-of-state faculty members of- the Hazleton Undergraduate Center this semester is Miss Margaret Liechty, instructor in mathematics, who comes from Youngstown, Ohio. Miss Liecty, the daughter of Mrs. Grace Liecty and the late Attorney David W. Liechty, attended Oberlin College, in Oberlin, Ohio, where she majored in mathematics and received her bachelor of arts degree. While in college, Miss Liechty belonged to the Y.W.C.A., Women's Athletic Association, Mathematics Club and Musical Union. Center Plans Faculty Club * The third day of the Hazletort Underfraduate Center faculty week program was highlighted by an organization meeting of the Center's faculty club. John Carr, instructor in chemistry, presided at this meeting and explaned to the new teachers the purpose of the faculty club and outlined same of the projects he hoped staff members would take an interest in during the 1947-48 school year. It was proposed that " officers be elected fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 22 September 1947

OLD MAIN The administration building of the Penn State College.

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