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

All interested in out YELL QUEENS WANTED girls trying for the HUC cheerleading squad have been asked to report to Mrs. Naomi Goss, it was announced today. The girls, who will lead the cheering at all athletic events, will be afctired in white sweaters and blue skirts.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

Collegian Court Queen To Be Selected By World Renowned Glamour Authority _VOl A — JNO. 4 _HAZJ_^ _JJKKUKAL_)U ., ... . . , BILLY ROSE TO JUDGE BEAUTY CONTEST CENTER COLLEGE COUNCILS WILL CONFER HERE It was learned three hours before COLLEGIAN went to press that Billy Rose, proprietor of the famed Diamond Horseshoe night club in New York City, has consented to judge a contest conducted by COLLEiGIAJN to select a "Court Queen" to reign throughout the 1947-48 basketball season at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. Mr. Rose, remembered for his promotion of Acquacade at the New York World Fair and at the Cleveland Centennial celebration, wrote that he would be pleased to cooperate with COLLEGIAN in an effort to decide what girl from the Hazleton Center should reign as "basketball ielle" during the approaching sea son. All girls attending the Center are eligible to compete for the crown. To become an entrant, each coed interested must submit a glossy print photograph. The photog...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

Plans Set For Student Delegates To Meet Here November 14-15 On November 14 and 15 the Hazleton Undergraduate Center will be host to the College Councils of all Undergraduate Centers of Penn State College. Frank Lucia, President of the HUC Student Council, will preside at this conference which will include delegates from the Undergraduate Centers at Pottsville, DuBois and Altoona. At this conference, the first to be held at HUC since 1942, the delegates will meet to discuss such topics as the Athletic program for the coming year, social activities, the Council's Constitution, and Club activities such as Newspapers, Musical organizations, and other clubs that may be active . James Munroe, who is in charge of arrangements for the " conference, has announced the following schedule for the delegates. Friday, November 14 Registration 2:00 P.M General Meeting 3:00 P.M Sectional Meeting 3:30 P.M Dance __•__ 8:00 P.M Saturday, November 15 General Meeting 10:00 A.M Lunch 12:00 A.M Tour ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

BUDGET APPROVED T _~ Arrangements Chairman On Friday, October 24, 1947 the College Council approved the following budget for the fall and winter semesters 1947-48. Operations $ 150.00 Collegian 1,075.00 Miscellaneous 160.00 Social 1,025.00 Dramatics 20.00 French 20.00 Spanish 20.00 International Relations .... 20.00 Art ;... 20.00 Glee Club 175.00 Girls' Activities 250.00 Athletics 1,350.00 Library 350.00 German 20.00 Mathamatics 20.00 Photography 75.00 Specific Appropriations .... 725.00 $5,475.00

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

HEADS ACTIVITIES BOARD Activity Board Elections Held An organizational meeting of the Activities Board was held on Thursday, October 23, at which time elections were held for the board officers. The results of the elections were as follows: Chairman—Joe Fisher. Vice-President—Paul Wensko. Secretary—Jerry Hassel. Treasurer—John Polivka. After the elections the board made plans for the Harvest Dance to be held on Friday, November 14. President Fisher appointed the chairmen and members of the various committees necessary in the successful administration of the affair. Mr. Rudman, Advisor of the Activities Board, started the meeting and then turned it over to Joe Fisher, President of the Activities Board. There were only a few of the college clubs which failed to send their delegates to the meeting.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

Bandmaster To Reprint News Item As a result of the fine article by Collegian man, George Demshoek, John H. Jenny, Editor of the Pennsylvania Bandmasters News Letter, forwarded the following correspondence. "'• " ¦ ' ' Mr. Francis Fatsie and Mr. Gerald Hassel Hazleton Collegian Penn State College Undergraduate Center Hazleton, Pa. Dear Sirs: I should like permission to reprint the article "Progress Made in the Music Department" appearing in the October 17 issue. I shall give you the usual credit line. Sincerely yours, John H. Jenny Editor of the • Pa. Bandmasters "Mawq T .off_»i_»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

stall ol riazleton Rose Replies To Collegian dJ_^JU? _~J? TT 1__J y~l11 • (Joilegian Hazleton Undergraduate Center Hazleton, Pennsylvania Dear Staff: Your telegram of October 22nd has just reached me. Shall be pleased to judge your Beauty Contest. If you will send the pictures along, I will return them as promptly as possible. Cordially, BILLY ROSE -- _

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

S0PHOMORE WOMEN TO MEET mere will be a meeting of all the Sophomore women on Wednesday at 12:30 in the Walnut Street Library. It will be short but extremely impor-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

Faculty Chatter By NAOMI GOSS Have you heard the story about the peacock? No? It's a beautiful tail. Then there's the tale of Miss Thomas' flre drill •— each student is requested to take a microscope in one hand and his textbook in the other—thus they will be able to set up business anywhere with no time lost. Are you planning a siesta trip to New Mexico? If yau are—be sure to visit -the newly established HU.C Traveler's Bureau. Jimmy Steel is the new proprietor-—In spite of blue books, and eight o'clocks, some of your faculty have found time to "make the news" in various community affairs. Amos A. Goss, Administrative Head, took over his duties as the new President of the Conyngham P.T.A. on October 27th. Miss Dossenbach served as chairman of the hospitality committee for the October meeting of the American Association of University Women. The Misses Erlemann, Leichty and Wood were guests at the same meeting. "Miss B"of the office force became Mrs. Bernard Levash on October...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

tj_^ _ _^ THOUGHTS IN THE BREEZE r By JANE BEINMILLER At the HUC radio show on Oct. 17 it was evident that Jane Kenvin did Mot give a visiting Westerner a favorable reception when she doused Mm from her perch in the WAZL Studios, seventh floor, Hazleton National .Bank. The angry recipient became all the more enraged when he stormed into the elevator and the boy asked him if it were raining outside! It took a half-hour but the glee club finally pacified him. If you haven't already done so be sure to notice the resemblence between freshman D. D. O'Donnell and A few of our fellow co-eds who so willingly participated in the HUC float could tell us a few interesting remarks they overheard from the sidelines. The worn expression, "State Penn" for Penn State, was a repeated, playful pun. Marguerite Rondish and Grace Mcfiride still don't know if they appeared undernourished or what, but they do .know that spectators tossed peanuts their wa "yJ more than once. Believe it or not, some...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

Inquiring Reporter Mary Claypotch—'"Several friends of mine, who once attended HUC and are now at the Campus recommended this college to me, and at the same time, I have the opportunity to be at home." Joseph H. DeSantis—(ex-G.I.) — "The fact that HUC is rated very high scholastically, and secondly, that living conditions around here are less expensive than if you were By GEORGE DEMSHOCK This year the student body at the HUC is the largest ever. As Mr. Goss stated in his introductory remarks during registration week HUC was established here as a convenience to those who wanted to attend college and be free of the room and board expenses which are accrued when studying at an outlying college. When asked why the HUC was chosen as their school of learning, a variety of answers was given. QUESTION: Why did you choose to attend the HUC? Charles F. Andrews—(ex-iG.I.)—"I find that my commuting from Weatherly every day is less expensive than if I were to attend a school a greater di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

You Just Can't Win By GEORGE DEMSHOCK School hie is odd. Try to please everyone and here's what will happen. If you recite often in class—you're showing off. If you don't—you're stupid. If you stay in some night to do your homework—you're bucking! If you don't—you're lazy. If you're seen talking to one of the HUC's few gals—you're beating your pals' time. If you're not — you're shy and bashful. If you boast about your three in some subject—you 're a braggart. If you don't—you're indifferent. : If you have a big vocabulary and use it—you want to attract attention. If you don't—you're lax and don't want to learn. If you liven up the class with some remark_^you're a wise guy. If you don't—you're a dead head. If you ask questions in class—you want everyone to look your way. If you don't — you're understood to know everything. If you're seen talking to one of your instructors—you're apple polishing. If you're not — as sure as HUC stands for Hazleton Undergraduate Center, there'll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

_SCHEDULE FOR OFFICE INTERVIEWS FOR SPRING SEMESTER PROGRAMS All students returning for the Spring Semester are asked to fill out a tentative program >sa that a schedule of classes may be arranged. Students are asked to report to the office at their earliest available period during the assigned days. The interview schedule follows: Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Week of Novi 3— Science _^rc ' Semester Lower Division Students. w 2nd Semes. 2nd Semes. 1 st Semes 1 st Semes 1 st Semes Week of Nov. 10— L D Eng & Scj Science Agriculture Lower Div. Week of Nov. 17— 1st Semester Lower Division Students—All Week. Week of Dec. 1— Any person missed in above table—come in any time this week.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

WANTED ALIVE: CARTOONISTS Do you know someone who draw'sa fairly recognizable picture? SURE YOU DO! That's my man—or men. How often do you sit in class, gazing out of the window or scribbling with your pencil or pen on the covers of your notebooks, thinking of easier ways to go to college than the way you're going now? Lost time can pay dividends if you've got a good doodle that you think someone would get a kick out of and here is the way to go about getting those dividends. The Art Editor of the Hazleton Collegian needs cartoonists, or as you may know them, good doodlers. All you have to do is this: If you notice someone in class scribbling away during a lecture on something other than his notebook and it has a humorous appeal that you think the student body would enjoy seeing in the COLLEGIAN, just bring it on a scrap paper to the Hazleton Collegian office and mark it for the attention of the Art Editor. He'll do the rest. All students are invited to join in on this Carto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

Blue Books at HUC Do Not Necessarily Determine Grades The Blue Book Examinations do not necessarily determine the fourth week grade. It was stated to this reporter from an authoritative source that the Blue Books, hour quizzes, will have no connection with fourth week marks, except where the individual teacher wills it. The grades made in these quizzes are to be used

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER CO-EDITORS ' Francis Fatsie - Gerald Hassel Sports Editor ----- Leon Baden Asst. Sport Editor - - - Paul Cerulla Feature Editor Daniel Wargo Society Editor - - . - Grace McBride Circulation Manager - - Raymond Saul Club Reporter - Joe Olivia Staff Photographer Wilson Barto Art Editor - Sigmund Knies Literary Editor - - - Bernard Dvorschak STAFF WRITERS joe Adams, George Demshoc. k, Ralph Kline John Perna, June Reinmiller, _j im Fisher / Al Rosen, Thomas Rogan, Hugh Close, Ray Phillips, Marguerite Rondish, Guy O'Hazza, Anita Goldberg, I. Smith, Chas, Maurer, E. Kostic. HAZLETONUUCOLLEGIAN

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

HUC CAGEMEN OPEN PRACTICE DRILLS FOR COMING SEASON By'CHARLES MAUREiR • On Monday the HUC basketball team began its first practice for the coming season. The turnout was large and very promising. Returning from last year's Eastern Junior Collegiate champions were J. Riley, R. Saul, J. Riordan, N. Polumbo and J. _Mlunroe. These men and other leading contenders such as T. Strike, P. Garber, T. Shuptar, B. Martin, S. Laganosky, S. Talarovich, J. Hutnyan and H. Narusewicz are all aspirants for starting berths. There are many more promising basketeers worthy of note but too numerous to mention. The competition is keen. The team has been practicing at ieasi iwo Times at or xnree a weeK the A. D. Thomas gym and are smoothing over the rough edges. The boys have had heated scrimmages against outstanding independent teams from Weatherly, Freeland and Berwick. The team will work out with the Bloomsburg S.T.C. squad Tuesday. Coach Syd Rudman has arranged for the HUC schedule home and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

SPORTSTUFF The HUC intra-mural basketball league got off to a fine start Monday afternoon when the Rockets and the Atomic Bums clashed on the hardwood of the local YM-CA — SYE RUDMAN, athletic director, wishes to thank all persons who made the formation of this fine circuit possible —The success of the loop depends on all participants getting to the games at the scheduled time—Back to football, it looks as if the Penn State eleven will come through this current football season unbeaten and untied —In toppling West Virginia, The Nittany 1 Lions overcame one of their biggest threats of the season—The final score was close but did you take notice to the statistics?—Incidentally, our BUD PALMER figured in ;he defeat of Syracuse two weeks igo. In the final period of the fray, Bud scampered 25 yards on a lateral from Rogel to score one of the iouehdowns. Has anyone noticed how well Julius BTRANZOiSA looks lately? — We are inclined to think that the returns Qn orange cards" are doi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

PRE-GAME FORECASTS ¦ .A ¦ HUC Starting Guard . (FAVORITES IN CAPS) HHS-Bethlehem — The Mountaineers will continue their winning ways. PENN STATE-Colgate—The Nittany Lions are on their way to an undefeated and untied season! ¦ AKMY-Washington and Lee—The kaydets by five touchdowns. BELAWARE-Franklin. and Marshall — The Diplomats don't have a chance! MUHLENBERG-Lehigh — The Mules will take the Engineers into tow. NOTRE DAME-Navy — Hughie's the tar out Fightin Irish will knock of the Middies. P.ENN-Princeton—Ho hum. HAJRViARD-Rutgers — We'll take the boys from iCambridge. BOSTON U.-Fordham — Another setback for the Rams. ¦COLUMBIA-Cornell — We'll take Columbia as a result of its setting back Army last week. OKLAHOMA A. M.-Temple—We might be wrong. HOLY OROlSS-Brown—The Crusaders will take easily me measure of the Providence (R.I.) gridders. WEST ViIRGINIA-Maryland — It'll be a sad homecoming day for the Terrapins! TEXAS-iSo. Methodist — Wanna bet? JAMES MILLIKIN-ILL. WESLEY...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 31 October 1947

HUC Acting Captain John Riley, captain of last year's champions of the Eastern District of the P.JjCA.A., has been named the acting captain of the 1947-48 HUC quintet. Acting Captain Riley, a third semester student enrolled in the school of education with mathematics as a major, was graduated from Hazleton Senior High School in 1944. He is a veteran of World War II, having served in the U.-S. Navy as a signalman, third class. (Selected on the _AlkStar team of the Eastern Division tournament and the Dubois U. C. five, Riley was second only to Johnny Apichella in individual scoring. Teamed up with Jimmy Munroe, Pete Garber, Jack Riordan, and Tom Shuptar, he is expected to lead the locals to even greater honors this season.

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