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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 7 October 1947

AU& ART LOVERS CRITICS ASPIRANTS DOODLERS WHETHER OR NOT YOU ARE ENROLLED IN AN ART CLASS, WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND OUR FIRST GATHERING, TO ORGANIZE A NEW BIGGER AND BETTER ART CLUB, IN THE ART ROOM AT THE BROAD STREET BUILDING ON THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, AT 8 P. M. THE ART CLASSES. _ntiosi ,

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

FATSIE EDGED OUT BY NINE VOTES; MUNROE FRESHMAN PRESIDENT By RAY PHILLIPS Students of HUC went to the polls on Oct. 13 _and 14 and when the results were all in and _tabulated, twelve students had been chosen to head and represent their Vespective classes. With every office at stake votiing was heavy and competition lively. Frank Lucia squeezed into the allimportant Sophomore presidency, beating Francis Fafeie by"nine votes, 80-71. Walter Steinman ran a close third in this battle. Lucia) under the new set-up recently inaugurated at HUC, automatically becomes President of the new Student' Council. In the battle for Sophomore Vice President, John Riley won by a comfortable margin over his nearest opponent, iSamuel Marolo, t<he flnal counlt being 88-35. Mamon Saul and Donald Smith were tied for third and were close behind Marolo. The Freshman elections, while not so close as those of the Sophomores, provided some interesting returns especially in the number of votes polled ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

INITIAL THESPIAN PRODUCTION TONIGHT LUCIA HEADS COLLEGE COUNCIL PENN STATE IN HAZLETON IS ON THE AIR The first production of the newly organized Thespian Club of the Hazlelton Undergraduate Center will hit the airways at 8:00 p. m. over the Hazleton Broadcasting Company's WAZL _facilities. With the close of Pennsylvania Week tonight, the production will feature highlights throughout! Pennsylvania. Working with the HUC Glee Club, Misses Garbrick, Bonn and James are directing the efforts of their radio staff of writers, actors and soloists.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

Wedding Bells Ring Out Simon Faltz, a student at HUC, traveled halfway across the world to find education and a wife and found both in Hazleton, Pa. Simon, who is in his fourth semester, was born in the Free State of Danzig but was forced to flee from that city when the Nazis took over. From Danzig he went to Trinidad and finally came to this country where he located in Hazleton and started studies at HUC. Last week, Simon took as his bride Miss Doris Nelson, a graduate of Hazleton High School class of 1941. After a brief honeymoon in New York, the couple returned to Hazleton where Simon has resumed his studies at HUC. * * * On Saturday morning, October 25, at 9 o'clock Miss Catherine Bartosevich, secretary of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center, will be married to Bernard Levash at the Transfiguration Church in West Hazleton. Miss Bartosevich, better known as Miss "B", has worked at HUC for 'the past two years, and will return to her duties after a honeymoon to ¦ New York and...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

HUC IN _TONIGHTS MUMMERS PARADE A two level float depicting the activities of the _Undergraduate Center here in Hazleton will be entered into the Mummers Parade this evening, The display has been designed by Arthur Carpenter, head of the HUC art department. On tfhe first level there will be a unit of freshmen wearing "dinks " and name signs. Musical activities at HUC will be presented by a small group playing instruments. The sophomore class will be presentted on the second level. Students wearing varsity "S" sweaters and cheerleading uniforms will make up the remaining part of the second level display. oui nost will mouniing me enure De a large arch bearing the name of the undergraduate center and in the arch will be tiwo students in graduation cap and gown. Each one will hold a scroll depicting the final stages of college education. Assisting Mr. Carpenter in thr parade float are A. A. Goss<, Edra Staffieri, Margaret 'Liechty, A. E. Seible and Syd Rudman.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

ART CLUB MEETS The HUC Art Club held its first meeting Thursday evening, Oct. 9, at-8 p.m. in the art room at the Broad iStreet building. -. Because of scheduled examinations on the following day, the attendance at fhe first meeting was small, but the group present held elections of club officers. Among those to be elected were as follows: President, Joseph Wersinger; Vice President * , Thomas Shuptar; Secretary, Siegmund Knies; Treasurer, Lillian Rymsza; Student Council Representative, Frank Lucia; and Club Advisor, Mr. Arthur Carpenter. The purpose of the HUC Art Club is to promote better _understanding of art and its respective fields in our cent'er. All future meetings will be held at the Broad Street building at 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Students who are interested in art are invited to attend and also to bring their friends. THE MEMBERSHIP IN THE HUC ART CLUB IS NOT LIMITED: TO HUC STUDENTS. Plans to hold art. exhibitions, f'ravels to art shows, and visits to various art' ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

NEW SOPH. PRESIDENT Frank Lucia no trouble in winning the position. While I'he three Freshman candidates for Student Council also had no opposition, nine (Sophomores were seeking to become the representatives from that class. Bernard Dvorsak, James Fischer and Jane Kenvin prevailed, over the others to become the Sophomore Delegates to the College Council. The unopposed 'Freshman candidates were Anthony Dombroski, Irene Smith and Ralph Spayd. Hardest worker in the election was ¦Mr. Syd Rudman who literally "took the polls " to many of the students in their classrooms, and through whose efforts the success of tthe election was secured. ' ¦* - Here's hoping the reign of the new administration is a happy, successful and wise nne.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

MATHEMATICS CLUB TO REORGANIZE Mr. Richard K. Coburn, Miss Mar garet' Wood, and Miss Liechty wel come all Mathematics-two students t the first meeting of t'he Mathematic Club on Monday, October 20, in Rooi 3 of the Walnut Street Building. In the past) the club discussed _prob lems in Algebra and Trigonometry_, worked with trigonometric tableand made easy the use of the slid rule. Students participation contrdb-Ited to the success of the club. Adde ' to these features this year will be • series of lectures on mathematics b instructors from the Penn _Stat Campus. "This is the time and place for discussion of the problems you lost sleep over, " says Mr. Cofourn.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB TO ORGANIZE The Photography Club, sponsored by Mr. Melvin Levine, will conduct its first meeting on October 22. No previous knowledge is required to join the club. A considerable amount of modifications have been made on the school's darkroom. Members will be able to use school equipment but must furnish supplies such as paper, film, etc. The chemicals will be bought from dues collected by the club.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

_uuoks in HISTORY BOOKS NEEDED u:nusea rusiory me possession of upperclassmen can be put to immediate use by freshmen who were not fortunate enough to obtain copies. It is requested by Dr. Ramsay that those persons who have agreed to loan copies to the History department contact her immediately.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN expresses the sympathy of the student body to Arthur Felieangelo upon the death of his father, and to Mr. Hobson Zerbe upon the death of his mother. x^——^————¦—¦^«~———¦ /

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

PROGRESS MADE IN MUSIC DEPARTMENT The beginning of this school year served as an anniversary for the niusic department under the supervision of Miss Pearl G. Garbrick at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. One year ago Miss 'Garbrick started completely from nil and built up an ever growing music organization of which any junior college would boast. With one renovated piano which was acquired from the Broad Street building of the _Centter, fifty record albums, and phonograph, the latter which fell apart after a very little use, the department was under way. (The antiquated phonograph was replaced. ) With no sheet music of any kind for glee club work, Miss Garbrick was a'ble to borrow two file drawers of music of her choice from the sampus music library. At the ending of the first semester, through a telephone requisition put through by Mr. Goss, $626.00 worth of musical instruments were obtained. During the second semester of that year, it was decided to give piano lessons to G....

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

Abolish Frosh Customs The time for the student council to demonstrate its promised efficiency is now. There are many problems which require the immediate attention of the student legislators. Among the situations demanding attention is the problem of freshman customs. This editor takes the stand that such customs are impractical at the institution at this time_. The fact that this opinion is shared by the majority of the stude(nt body is evident. The freshmen do not observe the customs and the upper classmen do not think them sufficiently justifiable to enforce them. The will of the student must ever be the guiding factor in the action of their representatives. : ' ¦¦ The days when the beardless boys made up the freshman classes are over. Mature young men who can see little connection between the dink cap and the education they seek have taken their place. That part of frosh regulations which compels the lower classmen to leani the college songs is a noteworthy part of those r...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

Activities Fund Needs Shot In The Arm No doubt commendable achievements are expected of extracurricular activity clubs throughout the course of the year. Ideas for concerts, dramatic performances and recitals are yet immature ; however when these ideas begin to take their first steps toward strutting reality, requests will be filed in the office for adequate funds to stage such events-—financial backing from the student activities fund. Due to an eight week lapse between the start of school and the belated arrival of the veteran's tuition, activity, and book money, the administration is forced to use extreme caution in the handling of available, but dwindling, non-veteran student funds in their possession. The result is rather disconcerting. Individual clubs will be allotted little money to finance worthwhile productions, or the money will be divided at adequate proportions among a select few. For your consideration, and as possible means of alleviating such conditions, it is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

Feminine Fashions ^^_^_sS _^ ' Grace McBride This year the trend of the fashion world has taken styles of twenty years ago, and made them alive again. Every year a designer takes ordinary words from -Dan Webster and gives an exciting meaning to explain new creations. A few definitions are given here to acquaint the reader with some of the newest (and oldest) words in the fashion world. iBandeau — a narrow strip, usually of buckram covered with silk or velvet for placement inside a woman's hat to support the hat. Gore — the front piece in a skirt which is narrowest at the top. Beret—a round, flat cap of soft material.- Gun Metal—a nearly neutral shade of gray. Decolletage — the upper border or part of a costume which is cut low at the neck. Peplum—a short fitted or full skirt attached to a waist or coat. Pouff—a looped or puffed part of a skirt. Shawl — a square or oblong outer garment used as a loose covering for the neck and shoulders. Tunic — a hip-length or longer Diouse ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

A WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT Irene M. Smith :Did you notice that neatness is the most outstanding feature in the men's fashions at HUC? This rates definite approval from the few girls at the Center. (Gone are the days of the dungarees and extra-large shirts with the flapping shirt-tails. Thank goodness! Today 's student is attired in neatlycreased trousers topped by smart sport jackets of contrasting colors. I'm still wondering if a certain freshman's necktie isn't really a halducination! You'll also see good ex-± iiiuucxii _ampler u or _ausuacL art in these creations. This proves men are as vain about their ties, as women are about their headgear! Striped socks of blazing colors are included in almost every masculine wardrobe. Sharing the limeligh t is corduroy, making a hit with students all over. Jackets, three-quarter length coats, and sport shirts are taking advantage of _tihife collegiate favorite. The new, comfortable-looking shoes the boys are wearing are tops, too. Did you ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

"HI-YA NEIGHBOR" By RUTH STEVENS Here'san intimate, factual story of a great man 's " off-hours", a story of a man's fight for life among people similarly affected with the dreaded polio. Rutfli Stevens, called the "Duchess of Meriwether County" Iby F.D.R., knew him as a neighbor, friend, honored guest and first citizen. It was she who prepared and supervised the barbecue at which the late president was to have been the guest of honor on the day of his death. Illustrated with pictures that have ndt been published before, this chronicle reveals the personality and the greatness of 1ihe four-time president in the language of a common citizen, who greatly admired and loved him.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

For further announcements on club activities please consult the bulletin board on the main floor of the Walnut Street Building.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

Take care to get what you like or you will be forced to like what you get —G. B. Shaw.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 17 October 1947

A girl who marries a man to mend him is apt to find that he isn't worth a darn.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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