Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, May 14, 1948, Image 1

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Vol. X No. 12
The fourth annual May Day Cere
mony and Queen's Ball of the Hazle
ton Undergraduate Center will take
place tonight at St. John's Hall.
This year Sophomore Jean Uz
•,mann will be presented the crown as
May Queen by Mr. Amos Goss, Ad
rninistrative Head. The ceremony,
which will begin at 8 P.M., will be
followed by a semi 7 formal dance with
music provided by Art Wendel and
his orchestra.
All arrangements have been di
rected by Naomi Goss, director of
women's activities at the college, and
a large souvenir program supported
by Hazleton businessmen and con
taining pictures of the principle par
ticipants in the coronation will be
presented to the spectators.
Public. Invited
It was emphasized by the commit
tees who have arranged the ceremony
that the general public is invited and
that there will be no admission
charged either for the coronation or
the dance which begins at nine P.M.
Miss Uzmann's court will consist
of Theresa Zogby as Maid of Honor,
Doris Bartol and Margaret Kohler as
Strict military secrecy surrounded
the arrival of army brass today as
the Hazleton Undergraduate Center's
ROTC unit prepared to undergo its
first major inspection.
None of the reserve corps mem
bers knew the rank of the inspecting
officer expected here today. The past
two weeks have been utilized in spit
and polish care for the equipment at
tached to the HUC group
It was believed, however, the re
sults of the inspection will determine
to a great extent the trend of train
ing to be staged in Hazleton when
the new semester begins this Septem
Faculty Outing Sunday
At Erlemann Home
A motorcade of Center faculty
is planning to travel to the home of
Anna Erlemann, Hill 16, Jefferson
ville, N. Y., Sunday for the spring
staff picnic.
The outing Nvill be a family affair
arid a full day of recreation has been
planned for the staff.. The group will
return the same •day planning to ar
rive here late Sunday evening.
The Hazleton Undergraduate Cen
ter's annual Spring Picnic will be
held Tuesday afternoon at Eurana
Park in Weatherly. It was announced
by the school's administration office
that a half-day session will prevail
Tuesday so that all the students will
be able to attend the outing.
The program for the afternoon will
be highlighted by a championship
game for the college softball title of
1948. The game will be played at the,
park baseball diamond.
The recreational program has been
planned by Syd Rudman and the
serving of the evening meal will be
handled by a group under the direc
tion of Joseph Pavone. The usual pic
nic menu will be served.
Included in the program will be
dancing to be held in the Eurana
Park pavilion during the evening.
It was rumored this week-end that
some method of transportation might
be worked out to insure the safe ar
rival of the .student body to and from
the park.
Sgt. John Vasko and family are
desperately in need of an apart
ment, furnished or unfurnished.,
Anyone with information please
contact the sergeant.
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t Center's Greatest Asset:
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will be hel
this week
ored jointly byt-tbe,
and the Colle,g(iiineil
The dinner--to be attended by so
phomores, their guests, and faculty
members—will begin at 7:15 o'clock
at Genetti's Night Club. The formal
dance for the entire student body is
set for nine o'clock in the Hazle Park
Ballroom. Lee Vincent's orchestra
will furnish the music.
Decorations are in charge of Dan
Wargo, Pat Kringe, and Irene Smith.
John Riley is arranging for the hall
and seating. Invitations are being
handled by Bill Moraski. Music and
publicity is in 'charge of Frank
First Language
Festival Held
A three part program was present
ed Monday evening by the, modern
language classes of HUC when the
First Annual Language Festival was
staged in the YWCA. The Spanish,
French, and gclit , groups were di
rected by Mis& t dra Staftieri, Emma
Phillips, and Helen Dossenbach.
The groups presented plays and the
French puppet show, first seen during
the recent 'onen house at the college,
was displayed by the French students.
Hugh Close served as master of cer
emonies for the entire program arid
also for the Spanish group. John
Baker announced the 'German skits
and Joe Ritz. explained the phases of
the French program.
It has been planned by the faculty
members of the language department
to hold one of these language festi
vals annually.
Richard Coburn, HUC faculty
member who has taught mathemat
ics and sciences in Hazleton for the
past several semesters, will leave at
the end of the current year to resume
studies for his doctor's degree. This
was made known officially this week
by the instructor.
Coburn will take up residence at
the University of Utah where lie will
teach while earning credits for the
advanced degree. The Coburns ex
pect to leave the Hazleton area early
in June.
Charles Andrews: Did you hear of
the cow who jumped over the barbed
wire fence ?
Mr. Steele: No, what happened?
Andrews: Udder destruction.
I, chairman of the
tor Convocation of
•aduate IC - enter So
mounced that plans
are complete. Gra
duation will take place on Wednesday,
June 2, at 10:00 a. m. in the First
Presbyterian Church, W. Broad and
Church streets, Hazleton.
Professor P. L. Harriman, Bucknell
University psychologist, has been se
cured as speaker for the occasion. His
topic will be, "Peace of Mind in a
Troubled World?" Professor Harri-:
tnan, who has been with the Bucknell
staff since 1930, is the author of more
than fifty research articles and seven
Attainment Awards
Fourth semester students will be
given certificates of attainment at the
, occasion. Awartis of merit will be
made to the highest ranking fourth
semester student in Liberal Arts, the
highest ranking •third or fourth sem
ester student in science, and the high
est second semester student in science.
Subject awards will be made to out
standing students. The subject and
its minimum credit requirement is as
English Composition, 6 credits
Mathematics, 12 credits.
(Continued on page six)
Lit Mag In
Final Phase Of
The Center Punch, initial literary
magazine for the Hazleton Under
graduate Center, will enter the final
stages of production this week-end
when the material will be sent to the
printer, it was stated today by the
editorial board. It is planned to have
the magazine ready for distribution
within 10 days.
The students of the college sent in
a large amount of material, accord
ing to a report from the editors and
the final editing was done Tuesday
evening. A large cover design has
been- made by HUC art• prof Arthur
Carpenter and a series of illustra
tions are being prepared for several
of the stories in the publication.
The magazine will contain many
prose contributions and several poet
ical selections, all written by students
attending HUC at the present time.
The price of the booklet has been
set at ten cents.
Today is the last chance students
have to report any conflicts in their
final examination schedules. These
conflicts should be reported to the
main office at Walnut Street.
May 14, 1948