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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

Grades Available After Vacation Mr. Kostos announced to COLLEGIAN that student grades for the eight week period which will end shortly, will 'be available to students through the offices of their advisors immediately following the Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. Kostos further advised that students take advantage of the services of their advisors. He stated that many students, either through negligence or failure to understand the necessity of conferences with ad risers have failed to contact those faculty members. Faculty Plans Dinner Party _Sr_»n& In Main Hall of Walnut Street Bldg Wilson Barto, staff _photographer of THE OOkbUUlAIN caught a view of the students in the hall of the Walnut Street building1 as they were passing between classes. An outstanding feature of the hall is the bulletin board, which presents an array of local and varied information. Chairmen Syd Rudman and Arthur Seibel, have announced that plans for the faculty dinner party to be held Tu...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

4 > . , _ — H • The activities board has asked that caution be employed by those smoking at tonight's dance. The decorations are of the type that may be considered inflammable, therefore carefulness is urged. .. *.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

ican nation as a whole accomplished undreamed of feats in production and agriculture. This was only accomplished because all differences were suppressed. Cooperation in everything from building Liberty Ships to punching out doughnut holes made these achievements fact, not fiction. Yet in less than two years after the war we are back in the act. When will we realize how we jeopardize onr internal and international affairs with this vicious habit? There is not one state among these magnificent "48" which would give up its position in the Union for separate international privileges. No, not even Texas! It is only natural for every state to have noble traditions and sacred institutions. How many of these virtues would survive were not the other 42 prepared to protect them? What Pennsylvania claims in history; Nevada claims in possibility. Both are equally tangible. When our government proclaimed October 12-18 as "Pennsylvania Week", it was hardly a signal for everyone to begin thinkin...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

Faculty Chatter By NAOMI GOSS November is my favorite single month. In all the year there is no month more dependable: a few mild days, a few rainy ones, a few blustery and full of chill with a couple flurries of snow, logs in the fireplace again—the smell of dried leaves—everybody a little fresher looking—more alert—stores crowded with thoughtful shoppers—college in full swing—football talk—anticipation of Christmas — and right at hand —right around the corner, in fact—turkey and Thanksgiving. It is a nice month — and a busy one, too — for those who are wise enough to know what is going on and to take advantage of the many opportunities available to the students of HUC-—Dr. Ireland, Superintendent of „ the . Laurelton ... Girls School, receiitly presented a highly informative talk here in Hazleton—our sincere thanks to Mrs. Maude Whittier who made it possible for the faculty and students of our school to hear her. I am amazed at the number of students who have never heard the...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

SOCIAL NEWS AND VIEWS By GRACE McBRIDE This week we deviate from the normal and present a professional society editor's views on newspaper work. ."I'm not in favor of drastic changes but I like the new look. I think the change is a lift from the restricted styles during the war". The speaker is Miss Parnell, society editor of the "Hazleton Sunday Times " and graduate of Hazleton High School. Miss Parnell has always been interested in styles and newspaper work of any type. This society woman made her debut on the Janus staff in Hazleton High School. Later, while working for the war department in Philadelphia, she was on the staff of that paper. Then Miss Parnell began work on the "Hazleton Sunday Times." Miss Parnell was present when the first edition of the "Hazleton Sunday Times " came out. The suspense was so great that Miss Parnell was unable to sleep. At the birth of the Times there were six on the staff, and at present the staff includes 10 correspondents, 15 staff writer...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

Council Takes Action THe Student Council, in accord with its policy of school improvement, has decided to take definite steps to alleviate the sad conditions of the lower hall which serves as a student lounge. This decision is commendable and the COLLEGIAN wholeheartedly endorses any action they propose to take. The student legislators propose to clean the hall up to place a phonograph and records at the disposal of the students, and to liven up the walls with pictures. They will insist, this newspaper was informed that all priviliges be respected. The council further announced that the students who use the lounge as a smoking room will be placed oh: : a week of strict probation. .Should the practice of littering the floor of the game room with cigarettes and wastepaper continue, smoking will be absolutely forbidden in the school.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

HAZLETONfijpCOLLEGIAN PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER Art Editor Sigmund Knies Literary Editor Bernard Dvorschak STAFF WRITERS j oe Adams, George Demshock, Ralph Kline John Perna, June Reinmiller jj m Fisher, Al Rosen, Thomas Rogan Hugh Close, Ray Phillips, Marguerite Rondish, Guy O'Hazza, Anita Gold-6erg, I. Smith, Chas. Maurer, E. Kostic. 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 . , ,

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

SPORTSTUFF By BADEN The basketball schedule for the 1947-1948 season for the Hucksters has been released and it has the earmarks of being a pretty heavj one for the locals—Two games with National Farm School which were pending were taken off the schedule. A week from Wednesday night the cage' season will open with an exhibition tilt against the HUC Alumni, a team consisting of ex-HUC courtmen —Among those taking the floor that night will be "D-DAY" BARNES, JOHNNY APICHELLA, JOE MADAY, and BUSHY DURBACK — It will seem like old times to see the boys back in action at the A. D. Thomas Gym — It wouldn't surprise us if JOIE APICHELLA were called upon to guard brother JOHN. According to reports DON BARNES is playing intra-mural football at State College—If there is a touch of sadist in you, you may enjoy an afternoon packed full of mayhem by taking in one of the local sandlot football games. It's possible that the winner of the P.J.C.A.A. tournament will enter the playoffs for the N...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

Intramural Lead Shared By All-Stars And Aufgabe_? At the completion of three weeks of competition, the All-Stars and Aufgabes share honors for the lead in the intra-mural basketball league. Though the Atomic Bums are undefeated, they have played one game less than the Aufgabes and All-Stars. The following standings were compiled after Wednesday's games: Name of Team W. L. Pet. All-Stars 3 0 1.000 Aufgabes 3 0 1.000 Atomic Bums _ ¦ 2 0 1.000 Heights A. C. 2 1 .666 Umbrella Shop L__ 2 1 .666 Misfits 2 2 .500 Wreckers 1 1 -500 Engineers 1 2 .333 Rockets 1 2 .333 Frenchmen 0 2 .000 Warriors 0 2 .000 Midgets 0 4 .000 Schedule for week of Nov. 17: Tue. 3:00 p. m. — Atomic Bums vs. Misfits. ' ¦ Tue. 4:00 p. m. — Umbrella Shop vs. Heights A. C. . Wed. 3:00 p. m. — Warriors Vs. Rockets. Wed. 4:00 p. m. — All-Stars vs. Aufgabes. Thur. 3:00 p. m. — Frenchmen vs. All-Stars. Pri. 3:00 p. m.—Atomic Bums vs. Engineers. Pri. 4:00. p. m. — Aufgabes vs. Warriors, All games are played at the Y...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

Pre-Game Forcasts (favorites in CAPS) HAZLETON HIGH-Pottsville — The Mountaineers are back in stride again. NOTRE DAME-Northwestern — The Irish just keep rolling along. PENN STATE-Navy — Another stepping stone on the Lions' path to glory. PENNSYLVANIA - Army — No Blanchard, no Davis, no victory. MUHLENBERG-Delaware—If we picked Delaware, an Army medico stationed in Florida would stop reading the Collegian. LAFAYETTE - Fordham — Like leading Rams to slaughter! OOLUMBIA-Holy Cross—nRossides and Kusserow are too much for the boys from Worcester. GETTYSBURG-St. Lawrence — We always thought St. Lawrence was a river! BUOKNELL-Buffalo U. — Okay, Mr. K?

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

HOLD-OVER GUARD _^_SSSS_^_MfflUHWHI Jack Riordan John "Jake" Riordan, another hold-over from last year's Eastern champs, will start at guard for the Hucksters when they clash with the Alumni a ¦week from Wednesday night. John, who hails from Retreat, Pa., is in his fourth semester at HUC, and is majoring in psychology. Before entering the local undergraduate center, he played with Newport Twp. High School. Riordan is counted upon hy Coach Rudman to hold opponents' scoring to a minimum.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

AT GUARD POST Tom Shuptar Tom Shuptar, of Mt. Carmel, Pa., has been selected by Coach Rudman to hold down the guard berth along with Jack Riordan. Tom, who is one of the three team candidates who hail from Mt. Carmel, is a first semester freshman majoring in Chemical Engineering. He played three years with Mt. Carmel High School. Shuptar stands at an even six feet, is a' bulwark on defense and is an excellent team-worker. He is counted on to hold opposing forwards ot a minimum of scoring.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

Rudmanites To Face Alumni November 26 At 8 o'clock Wednesday night, November 26, the charges of Syd Rudman will officially open their cage season with an exhibition game against the HUC Alumni, a team composed of Johnny Apichella, Don Barnes, Al Durbach , Joe Maday and several other former local students. The game, which is open to the public free of charge, will be played on the hardwood of the A. D. Thomas Memorial Gym, 3rd & Grant streets.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

HUCSTERS COURT SCHEDULE For 1947-48 Season Alumni York Junior College Altoona Junior College Du'bois Junior College Pottsville Junior College *Nov Dec Dec. Dec. Dec. JDaibois Junior College (h) Penn State J. V's. —pending (a) York Junior College (h) Altoona Junior College (h) ..Hershey Junior College (h) Keystone Junior College (a) Swarthmore Junior College (h) Penn State J. Vs.—pending (a) Pottsville Junior College (a) Hershey Junior College (a) Keystone Junior College (h) State Championship Tournament Jan. 9 *Jan. 10 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 *Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 March 5 and 6....P.J.C.A.A (<h) denotes home games, (a) denotes away games * denotes exhibition games. f . 26 (h) . 6 (a) 12 (a) 13 » (a) 17 (h) Jan. 7 Swarthmore Junior College (a) , i Feb. 18 . . . ' _ j

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

CLUBS TRUMP By JOE OLIVIA The DEUTSCHE VEREIN (German Club) held its first in a series of weekly luncheons at Genetti's Coffee Shoppe on November 6 at 12:00 noon —All German language students are welcomed to attend these luncheons. At meetings of THE MATHEMATICS CLUB on November 3 and 10 all attendance records of the club were shattered. Mr. Levine was the guest speaker for the November 10 meeting. • -At the first meeting of the INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Miss iRuth Steinmeyer, advisor for the club, outlined extensive plans for the forthcoming year — Important international subjects will be on the agenda. THE PENN STATE THESPIANS OF HUC presented their first in a series of monthly broadcasts over WAZL on October 30 — THE HUC GLEE CLUB under the direction of Miss Garbrick rendered the college songs of outstanding universities in the country — Narration for the program was done by the DRAMATICS CLUB. The LE CERCLE FRANCAIS (the French Circle) began its organization by electing...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

ALUMNI NEWS By GEORGE _DEMISWU_.UK MARY SHERROCK, who spent two semesters at the HUC (1945-1946) is now enrolled at . Barnard College of Columbia. Miss Sherrock is very active in both Glee Club and Dramatic Cub at Barnard College, as she was while attending the HUC (and HHS). GEORGE TOMSHO, a former member of the HUC International Relations Club and co-editor of the Collegian, is now attending Swarthmore College. On his recent visit Mr. Tomsho was .collecting data for a debate, taking the negative stand, on "The Revision of the United Nations". RUTH VON BERGEN is continuing her education at Bloomsburg State Teachers College. Miss Von Bergen, who is using her musical background for additional support, regrets that the remaining two years of her education couldn't be had at the HUC. ALBERT KELLER, who spent four semesters of study here at the HUC, and his brother, DAVID KELLER, who remained here for only two semesters, are enjoying school life at the Penn State Campus. The forme...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 14 November 1947

DRAMATIC CLUB WILL PRESENT RADIO PLAY '_^Luck", a radio drama by Wilbur Daniel Steele will be the first in a series of radio productions to be presented by the Dramatics Club of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. The play will be given on November 20, at 12:30 p. m. over radio station WAZL in Hazleton, under the direction of Miss Hilda Lee James, instructor of speech and dramatics at the center. Miss James will be assisted by Miss Joy Bonn who will be in charge of the musical background for the production. "Luck" is a story of suspense, romance, and pathos that takes place in the mountainous region of one of pur . western states. It is centered around Jennison, the village cripple, and his interpretation of "luck" as compared with that of Yaard, the big, raw-boned and confident beef grower. How this involves the village judge, his daughter, and a group of poker players, is an interesting as well as entertaining story. The role of Jennison will be played by Dan Wargo, who is fa...

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