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BY THE STUDENTS OF THE HAZLETON UNDERGRADUATE CENTER
CO-EDITORS STAFF WRITERS
Gerald Hassel - Wilson Barto George Demshock, Ralph Kline, June
Sports Editor - - - - - Leon Baden
Feature Editor Daniel Wargo Reinmiller, Jim Fisher, Hugh Close,
Society Editor - - - - Grace Mcßride Ray Phillips, Marguerite Rondish, Anita
Club Reporter Joe Olivia Goldberg, I. Smith, E. Kostic.
COMPLETE SCHEDULE FOR
PLANNING FALL COURSES
This is the •complete schedule announced by Mr. Kostos for the Fall
Semester Curriculum Planning Program which starts today and which will
last during April—Mere is also a schedule for transferring students to be
interviewed by Mr. Goss. Students are urged to report to the office in Walnut
street at their earliest possible convenience.
Week of April s—All 3rd Semester Students.
Week of April 12-411 2nd Semester Students, L.D.
Week, of April 19—All 2nd Semester Engineering, Agriculture, Etc.
Week of April 26—A1l Ist Semester Students,
FOR TRANSFERRING STUDENTS
Week of April s—Students whose last names begin with the letters A
to H, inclusive.
Week of April 12—I to 0, inclusive.
Weelic of April 19—P to R, inclusive
Week of April 26—S to Z, inclusive.
2 More Teachers
Assigned To HUC
Attorney Richard Bigelow of this
city, ~who was admitted to practice
before the Luzerne county courts
laSt year, is instructing a class in
Political Science at the Undergradu
Miss Lois Neifert of Tamaqua has
come from the Pennsylvania State
College to take over Mr. E. Wallace
McMullen's Engl. Comp. 0 and Engl.
Comp. 5 classes. McMullen has re
placed Marion Joy Bonn, former in
structor in Comp. 5 and Lit.
The appointment of the local at
torney to the HUC faculty relieves
a shortage of instructors in the social
science department of the school.
A graduate of Swarthmore, Bige
low taught at the Pennsylvania State
College in 1936-37 where he received
his MA degree. Before acquiring his
Bachelor of Law degree from Dickin
son School of Law, he taught at that
college, and NROTC at Northwest
Attorney Bigelow has not only ap
plied his study of Political Science to
teaching, but also his other major,
Law, through his various activities in
government expansion programs.
Among the organizations in which he
participated were the Pennsylvania
Planning Board, the U.S. Depart
ment of Agriculture, and Carlisle,
Pa., Planning and Joining Commis
4 4113j 0 0
ROTC MEMBERS USING
GEISSLER PISTOL RANGE
The management of the Geissler
Knitting Mills, City, has sanctioned
the use of 2 rifle ranges located in
the basement of the establishment,
by the college ROTC for the purpose
of marksmanship training.
The range, designed for the use of
small bore weapons such as twenty
two rifles or pistols, will be used by
the ROTC members on Saturdays.
The first two hour drill was held
last week when Sgt. John Vasko su
pervised the initial ten members of
the sixty-man ROTC.
Thursday, George Harvey, nation
ally-known fisherman, will begin a
six weeks' course at the Broad Street
building for regional anglers.
CHEER FOR THE TEAM
Blessed are the joymakers.
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.
Syd Rudman announced this week
end that the Penn Center Intra-Mu
ral Table Tennis Tournament will
begin Wednesday at the local YMCA.
The tournament matches are to be
determined on the standard of the
best two out of three series; however,
the finals will be based on the best
out of five series.
Included in the list of entries to
compete for TThonors are: Jim
Howells, Leo Shulman, Ralph Kline,
Conrad IBalliet, Anita Goldberg,
Charles Wilson, Robert Feeley, John
Meikrantz, Paul Pucillo, Charley ,
Maurer, John Riley, George Mille...
Donald Smith and Bernard Carr.
Mattern, Seibel On
Jr. College Board
Richard Mattern, HUC official, has
been named Secretary-Treasurer of
the Pennsylvania Junior College Ath
letic Association for the ensuing
year. Mattern did much to coordinate
the successful basketball tournament
held in February.
In conjunction with Mattern's po
sition on the board, Mr. Arthur •Sei
bel, HUC publicity director and in
structor of English, has been named
Public Relations manager for the
Louisa X Alcott said
That is a good book, it seems to
me, which is opened with expecta
tion and closed with profit.
There have been twelve new rec
ord albums added to the music room
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Chem 4 Chem 4 Chem 4 Chem 4
8:00 Chem 20 Chem 20 Chem 20 Chem 20
to Lit 25 Lit 25 Lit 25 Lit 25 Lit 25
9:20 Math 2 Math 2 Math 2 Math 2 Math 2
Math 11 Math 11 Math 11 Math 11 Math 11
Econ 14 Econ 14 Econ 14 Econ 14 Econ 14
9:30 E. Comp 0 E. Comp 0 E. Comp 0 E. Comp 0 E. Comp 0
to Comp 1 Comp 1 Comp 1 Comp 1 Comp 1
10:50 Chem 20* Chem 20* Chem 20* Chem 20* Chem 20*
Drawing 12* Drawing 12* Drawing 12* Drawing 12* Drawing 12*
11:00 Comp 5 Comp 5 Comp 5 Comp 5 Comp 5
to Math 64 Math 64 Math 64 Math 64 Math 64
12:20 Span 2 Span 2 Span 2 Span 2 Span 2
-1:30 Math 0 Math 0 Math 0 Math 0 Math 0
to P. Sci 10 P. Sci 10 P. Sci 10 P. Sci 10 P. Sci 10
2:50 Chem 4** Chem 20 Chem 4** Chem 20 Chem 4**
3:00 Math 64 Math 11 Math 64 Math 11 Math 64
—N. P. Willis
SUMMER SESSION SCHEDULE
s those classes fr om 9:30 to 12:20
es those classes from 1:30 to 4:20
CARMELLA LIO, one of, the
young ladies in the Hemlock Chain
in last year's May Queen Program at
HUC, is now located at - the Penn
State Campus majoring in Sociology.
Miss Lio is a member of the Center
and Newman Clubs.
ELINOR MORAWSKI, a member
of the Student Council and a partici
pant in the May Queen Program
during her three semester stay here
at HUC, is now majoring in Science
at the Penn State Campus. Miss
Morawski is a member of the Center
Club at the present time.
KATHRYN "KITTY" YURICK
is continuing her Chemistry course
at the Penn State Campus. Miss.
Yurick was a student for three se
mesters at the HUC.
A note of thanks should be given
to CAROLINE KARCHNER who is
keeping us at HUC very well sup
plied with Alumni News from the
Penn State Campus. Miss Karchner
is active in the Center, Swimming,
aneßifle Clubs at the Campus, took
flying instructions at Bloomsburg,
and toured Mexico last summer.
Knitting, drawing, and Stan Morris
take up all other time not used in
studies or extra-curricular activities.
Riley Named to Dubois
Johnny Riley, captain of HUC's
junior college 1947-48 state champs,
was named to an all-opponent team
picked by Coach . Egli and members
of the Dußois U.C. basketball team.
Others on the first squad were York
Junior College's aces, Bock and
Biros, and Miller and Fisher of
Receiving mention for their note
worthy court performances were
"Pistol Pete" Garber and Statz
Laganosky of HUC.
(Subject to Change)