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

Inquiring Reporter By ANITA GOLDBERG What Method Would You Suggest To Acquire New Buildings for HUC? JUELLA MCCARTHY, freshman: "Educate the (populace of Hazleton to the needs of the buildings and to needs of the college, for it is the children of Hazletonians who are being educated here and they deserve the best possible facilities." MURRAY ROTHMAN, sophomore: "The college should edit pamphlets and folders stressing the need for education for the Hazleton youth and also giving advantages of a permanent center building to aid the student in regard to travel and financial committment." GEORGE DEMSHOCK, freshman: "Through the local papers keep plugging H. U. C, until Hazletonians are conscious of its need. That would be the greatest help in obtaining suitable buildings." ROBERT RABRA, freshman: * ' "The school should start a common sense advertising campaign both journalistic and radio. Play upon the business men's fraternities and brotherhoods." JOSEPH CORTESE, sophomore: "H. U...

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

Out Of Order By ALBERT SILVERMAN The world, you advise me, is utterly wrong; Your life, you assure me, is sad; Whenever we meet you are there with a long Sad tale of the trouble you've had. Your rent has been raised and you think it's unfair; Your boss is a terrible scold; You are losing your money, your mind and your hair; You are catching a horrible cold. Your luck is against you, my friend, I can see; You have reason, I grant,- to be blue; But why must you tell all your troubles to me When I'm dying to tell mine to you ?

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

College Book Store Handles Xmas Gifts The College Book Store, located in the basement of the Walnut street building, now has a line of college seal jewelry, stationery, and sweatshirts on sale. There are also personalized _ipaper napkins and matches which make nice Christmas presents. Many extra student helps are also available, including spiral bound notebooks in all sizes, three ring loose leaf binders, notebook paper, and index sheets, reinforcement rings, drawing pencils, and study outlines for review. Drop in at the store between 9 and 12 or 1 and 3 any day but Saturday and look over the stock — you might find many things that will interest you. You will find College Book Store prices lower than average retail prices.

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

Daffynitions In Music By GKOKUK _UhJdVlKJIUUA. Oboe — someone who rides the rails for transportation. Minor Scale—65 bucks a month. Mezzo Soprano — when a vocalist doesn't sing right, we say her voice is a mezz. Bass (pronounced base) — that which there are three of in baseball. Sonata —¦ Frankie on the Hit Parade. Tchaikovsky's Fifth — it'll never replace Four Roses. Song of Scheherazade—something Yvnnnp T)p.f!arlo made Dotmlar.

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

Math Placement Tests JNov. 17 All students enrolled in the Lower Division of the Penn State College are required to take a mathematics placement test. 'The office has no record of the following having done so: Robert Bast, J. S. Cunning, Joseph Danko, George Demshock , Joseph Matyas, George Paranoc, Adele Pardee, John Planutis, William Pashefko, A. P. Schultz, Ken Vajda, B. Malinowski. This test will foe given Monday, November 17 at 7 p.m. in room W-17 to the above mentioned and all other a._fnrJoTifa _wTin _linvA Tint taken the test.

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

I MR. JAMES STEELE Mr. James Steele, instructor in Botany and Zoology at the Center, inspects a rare specimen of desert _plstat in his laboratory. . • . _-"¦¦_- . ¦¦¦ ' i . , p. - ' ¦ ¦% ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ « ' ¦ ¦-¦¦<

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Alumni Dance Xmas Night Alexis Neapoliton, genera chairman of the All College Dance to be held in the Hotel Altamont ballroom Christmas night, announced today that the Art Wendel orchestra will supply the music for the annual affair this year. The dance, proceeds of which will go into the Robert E. Eiche Scholarship Fund, is priced at $4.80 per couple and is open to the general public. This annual Christmas event is being sponsored by the Penn State Alumni Association of Hazleton and will be a formal affair. The committee making all arrangements for the dance includes three Penn State Undergraduate students: Hugh. Close, Frank Lucia and Francis Fatsie. Miss Grace McBride, daughter oJ Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McBride of 24 North Tamaqua street, McAdoo, hat been selected to reign as "Couri Queen " at the Penn State Center _bj Billy Rose, famous New York showman and restauranteur. The announcement was made after the receipt of a letter from Rose \v which he made his decision and adde...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

CENTER CLUB CONTEMPLATED HERE SOON Set To Operate After Christinas Holidays As a result of a meeting held last night between a student-faculty committee from the Penn State Undergraduate Center and officials of the Knights of Columbus, plans were furthered to arrange for the use of the spacious- Knights of _._Gelumbus clubrooms by the students of the local junior college. Meeting with Edward Matthews and Atty. Robert Gillespie were Francis Patsie and Hugh Close, students at the junior college, and Arthur Seibel and Miss Hilda Lee James, faculty members. As an outcome of the meeting it was decided that all students of the junior college would use the Knights ' upstairs clubrooms every Wednesday and Friday evening where parties can be held and dancing enjoyed. A service bar where sandwiches and soft drinks can be procured will be available for the students. The activities carried on by the students will be under the direct supervision o{ faculty members each night. Group pla...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Center Faculty Attended Conferences Two members of the Hazleton Un dergraduate Center faculty attendee out-of-town meetings during th« Thanksgiving holiday just ended. Amos A. Goss, administrative heac of the Center, drove to Atlantic City N. J., where he attended the _National Convention of the American Association of Junior Collees. With him were the administrative heads of the _Penti State Centers located in Pottsville Altoona and Dubois. Hobson T. Zerbe, instructor in mathematics at the local Junior College, traveled to Philadelphia where he met with other members of the Mathematical Association of America. The Association 's meeting, held Saturday and Sunday, November 29 Hid 30, featured such prominent speakers as Professor N. J. Fine, University of Pennsylvania; Professor V. F. Cowling, Lehigh University; md Professor F. D. Murnaghen, Johns Hopkins University

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Welcome Pottsville Reception Here December 17th It was announced early yesterday that plans for the Welcome Pottsville reception, to be held December 17, at a hall to be announced later, are in the process of formation. The Dramatics Club of the school, under the supervision of Miss Hilda Lee James, are ironing out the last minute details as we go to press. The reception will follow the basketball game between the Pottsville cagemen and our Hazleton Undergraduate Center team. A large attendance is expected and the committee is planning a program of varied entertainment.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

r _" Winners In Billy Rose Contest MARGARET SCHWEITZER Alternate Queen. PATRICIA KRINGE GRACE McBRIDE Alternate Queen. Court Queen.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

RADIO PROGRAM THURS. The Language Department of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center will present a radio program Thursday, December 11, featuring as its theme Christinas in other lands. Students of Spanish, French and German will participate. The supervising faculty members are: Miss Edra Stafferi, Miss Helen Dossenbach, Miss Emma Phillips and Miss Pearl Garbrick.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Center's Greatest Need: NEW AND MODERN BUILDINGS <.- , —*.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

4 _: _, , Center's Greatest Asset: VITAL PROGRESSIVE SPIRIT

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Propaganda By WAILT STEINMAlN odS_^_D© "Propaganda?" Sure, I know what that is. That's what they call the lies which are _ispread by dictators. If that happens to be your idea of propaganda, you're due for a little surprise. First of all, most propaganda has a foundation of truth, however small that may be, and is employed by such diversified groups as large corporations, labor unions, religious orders, and even welfare organizations, such as the Red Cross. By now you're probably wondering "Well, just what do you call propaganda?" Basically, propaganda Is anything which attempts to influence our opinions and actions by means of an emotional appeal. Sometimes the aims of the propagandist are socially desirable, but more often they constitute a threat to the welfare of the public and even to democracy itself. When we habitually base our decisions upon emotional grounds we cease to be free thinking individuals and become slaves of a master showman. To prevent this we must be ab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

Inquring Reporter _ By GEORGE DEMSHOCK HUC this school year includes well over 200 non-resident students in its enrollment of approximately ,460. To show the scope of territory covered, the question was directed expressly to these non-resident students. QUESTION: What is the chief difference you notice between high school life and college life? GEORGE P. EPSTEIN (New York): "The big difference is in the attitude of the teachers. In high school, I was just a little animal to be shoved through school, but in college I'm a man seeking an education." HARRY T. PONTING (Wilkes-Rarrel : . j. . "The primary difference is; in college the education received is dependent upon the individual. There is more cooperation on the part of the instructors to help students benefit from college training. It offers students a chance to discover what will be expected of him in the future, and give hirn the basic fundamentals to accomplish this task which was not so stressed in our high school." ROBE...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

IT'S UP TO YOU For .the past nine weeks the majority of the HUC student body has been spending most of its odd moments in that latest substitute for a substitute game room—"the cellar." This unique little quarter of the underground, origin of the grapevine and scene of other vital student activities is undoubtedly a basic need in our compact organization. But a few of its characteristics are not necessary. The outstanding one of this never forsaken spot is the sloppy condition, This condition is aggravated by the volume of cigarette' butts littering the floor every day despite the ceaseless! efforts of our school janitor to keep it clean. It is not his job to play nursemaid to a group of "college" _students but to insure maximum efficient usei of the building by carrying out a multitude of previously assigned duties. Several suggestions for improving the "game room" have been suggested to the college council. But before any action can be taken this deplorable condition must ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 6 December 1947

H AZLETON I AN 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 j oe Adams, George Demshock, Ralph Kline John Perna, June Reinmiller, Jim Fisher, Al Rosen, Thomas Rogan, Hugh Close, Ray Phillips, Marguerite Rondish, Guy O'Hazza, Anita Goldberg, I. Smith, Chas. Maurer, E. Kostic. _ffSaCOLLEG

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