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BEFORE YOUR DATE DECIDES
FOR YOU -- CHECK THIS QUIZ
After a date that seemed to you
a smooth operation have you ever
had the next-day reward of a neutral
nod and a fast departure? Maybe
you've been trying to get by with
standard practices in a highly com
petitive field: Women. So check
the appropriate answers of this Var
sity Magazine dating quiz:
1— When the orchestra played a
samba, did you (A) Sit down?
(B) Dance with ease because you
were taught recently by a girl you
really weren't fond of? (C) Fox
trot real fast then tell her she
couldn't follow well enough?
2 When the Class Bore came to
cut in, did you (A) let your partner
chance it with Kid Dullness? (B)
Organize a rescue party among
friends for whom you'd do the same?
(C) Use the time to dance with other
3 When the Class Dream Man
cut in, did you (A) Chance it?
(B) Organize a rescue party?
(C) Cut in on the most luscious girl
on the floor, thus showing your date
who was boss?
4 After several hours with her,
did you (A) Start an interesting
conversation about the people at the
dance? (B) Learn the identity of
her favorite actor, singer, etc., so
that you might get a pair of tickets
to see one of them in operation?
(C) Decide to call on an old girl
who lives in the same sorority house,
and ask her to put a plug in for you ?
5 If you forget to ask for an
other date, did you (A) Decide to
meet her after classes "by accident,"
and ask? (B) To send a record or
book to her, mentioning that it
would be fun to go out again?
(C) Call her on the phone and book
her for the month?
Now the man with three or
more A's is a nice guy but he'll
go unmentioned in sorority bull-ses-
Camera Club Pix
Contest At HUC
(Continued from page one)
tion on developing, printing and en-
The complete set of rules for the
1. All entries must be in the office
by March 15,
2. Any student, faculty member,
or member of the office force is eligi
3. Contest is limited to black and
white prints no smaller than five by
4. Prints are to be " judged on
personal appeal, composition and
5. Name and address of contes
tant on back of entry.
6. All photos will be returned at
the end of the contest.
7. There will be prizes for first,
second and third places and honor
8. Judges will be Amos Goss, Ar
thur Carpenter, and Harold Sim
mons, president of the Hazleton
sions. Too run-of-the-mill.
The lad with the C's works too
hard seems a bit unsure.
The boy with the B average does
best: will be guessed about, pointed
out. He's the thoughtful fellow who
makes a girl feel like a million dol
lar's worth of stardust.
How did YOU do?
HAZLETON REF TO
SERVE IN TOURNEY
(Continued from page three)
is Ed Katalinas of Shenandoah. He
will handle the first tilt tonight with
Dick Hassler of York.
Hassler and Rogowitz will work
the first contest tomorrow evening
and Kramer and Catalinas will work
the final game to decide the state's
junior college court champs.
Just to record what people say.
Sometimes the person speaking uses
When these books are written, they
are also read.
Hundreds of books are written each
EVERY SPORTS T
What are Egyptians doing at this
basketball tournament? Of course
it's silly but since a large crowd is
expected at the tournament tonight,
why not invite ancestors, and be
tween field goals, note the costumes
which distinguish the different ages ?
The Egyptian costumes consisted
of rectangular pieces of linen, cot
ton decorated in brilliant colors. A
tunic was a part of the costume dur
ing this time, held by clasps at the
shoulder and belted at the waist.
Bracelets, collars and headbands
made up the jewelry.
The particular characteristic of
the period between the third and
eleventh centuries would be the rich
ness of material and decoration. It
was in this age that silk was brought
to Europe. The popular gown was
cut shorter in front and had a panel
of embroidery extended from the
waist to the floor.
In the thirteenth century the wo
men began wearing a surcoat over
the dress. Aprons became bizarre in
this period, the decorations of which
showed a woman's state in life. All
women in this age wore their hair
parted in the middle, plaited and
gathered up in a net sprinkled with
The fifteenth century garment was
an exaggerated costume. Broad
shoulders were chic in this age. Care
fully pleated tunics, sweeping long
gowns, and the elaborate head
dress made the well-dressed woman.
The fabric of the gown was rich and
over-decorated with gold and fur.
Ancient New Look
Three countries presented the new
look of the sixteenth century, for It
aly, Germany and Spain had an in
fluence on the styles. The Italians
presented the loose, flowing gar
ments, rich velvets and brocades,
and low simple head dresses. Germa
ny introduced puffs. A woman's cos-
College Music Students
Will Attend Northeastern
District Music Festival
Next Thursday, Friday and Satur
day the students majoring in Music
Education will attend the Northeas
tern District Chorus Festival in Mil
ton. The group will be accompanied
by Miss Pearl Garbrick, RUC music
The week following, March 18,
19 and 20, this group will go to Al
lentown to hear the All State Or
chestra. The guest conductor will be
Don Voorhees of the Bell Telephone
On Thursday, Friday and Satur
day, January 15, 16 and 17, Miss
Garbrick and the Music Education
Department attended the Band Fes
tival of the Northeastern District of
the Pennsylvania Music Educators
Association. The student members
attending were: Rita Mikula, Alice
Lanyon, Dick Evans, Frank Clatch,
James Longo, Leroy Hinkle and
Joseph Cortese. Miss Garbrick acted
as committee chairman of the direc
tors who rated the band members for
eligibility for State Band.
URNAMENT HAS HAD "NEW LOOK"
tume had a long stiffened body, wide
fur-lined oversleeves, and the age
presented a variety of hair dresses
framing the face. The Spanish influ
ence became known as the Elizabeth
an style. These clothes were more
rigid and exaggerated in form and
elaborate in cut and material. In this
age appeared starch, cartwell ruffs,
and the farthingale a device
which held skirts out.
A seventeenth century damsel ap
peared simple beside her Cavalier
escort. Material of beautiful gown
was satin and the only jewelry con
sisted of pearls and lace.
A colonial woman of the eigh
teenth century copied her costume
from the styles of England and
France. The gown, with quilted pet
ticoat shown, was decorated with
bows, ruffles, and ribbons. The hair,
'powdered or not, was piled high off
the forehead and decorated with
ribbons, flowers or pearls.
Looking at the "Empire" pattern
pf the nineteenth century one no
ticed skirts touched the floor to hide
heel-less slippers. Shoulder capes
and pueffd sleeves became the "rage"
and hair styles were radical as seen
in the many twisted side curls.
This was when the first hats, too
wide and too heavily decorated, ap
peared. In this age the skirt became
bell-shaped. Trains were fashionable,
and bustles were stylish. In the late
'B9's, materials became richer; ruf
fles, fringes, draping, bows and buc
kles overweighed the gown.
In 1870, however, the bustle made
its exit, and the slim waistline was
accentuated by rigid boning and se
vere lacing. In this age leg-of-mutton
sleeves appeared and gloves became
a "must" for every occasion.
In the twentieth century skirts
became slimmer and straighter, but
hats went to the extreme. The "Mer-
In W. Hazleton Hall
Monday evening the Omega Chi"
Tau Sorority held a Leap Year patch
party in the Montenegrin Hall in:
West Hazleton. There was a group
of 25 there.
The main part of the evening's
program was made up of dancing
and a refreshment committee served
the guests during the evening.
Marguerite Rondish was in charge
of a program of novelty dances. The
hall was decorated by members of
the girls' sorority in a blue and white
LIBRARY OPEN EVENINGS
Since February 16 the Hazleton
Penn State Undergraduate Center
has offered the use of the school li
brary from 7 until 9 o'clock Monday
and Wednesday evenings to regular
and night school students., The li
brary is open for reference work and
the taking out of books.
Familiar Sayings Dept. "How
about a penny for the coke machine ?"
ry Widow" became the creation of
the season, and hair styles changed
to complement the hats.
A revolt against the fashions was
shown by the garb of 1914. In this
age women began showing ankles
although the concealed bust, drapes
and peplums were worn.
Skirts continued to go higher, hats
were smaller, but during the '2os
hair was coiffured close to the face.
Styles during the - war featured
natural silhouette, short skirts and
more becoming hair styles.
The styles of '4B ? Take styles
from almost any of these ages, and
one has the "new look" of '4B.
In wit, as nature, what affects our
Is not th' exactness of peculiar parts;
'Tis not a 15p or eye we beauty call,
But the joint force and full result of
Overheard in the halls: wouldn't it
be swell if we had our own lockers
so we wouldn't have to lug all our
Answers To Brain Teaser
1-7, 2-8, 2-6, 4-2, 5-1, 6-5, 7-4, 8-9,
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.