Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, December 03, 1948, Image 1

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01. XI. -- No. 4
Spring Schedules
Are Being Planned
During this week the first part of
the student body scheduled to plan
their course programs for the spring
semester has conferred with Assist
and Administrative Head. Frank Kos
The remaining two weeks of the
program are:
Next week all second semester
students and first semester liberal
arts students.
Week of DeceMber !3 ---- all first
semester students, except those ta
king liberal arts.
Next week, also, the members of
the student body who are eligible for
transfer to the main campus at
State College in February are to
confer with Amos Goss, administra
tive head.
Student Lounge
Condition Is
Council Topic
Conditions in the student lounge
in the • basement of, the Walnut
Street building were discussed by the
_College Council at this week's meet
ing. Some action had been taken by
last year's group and the present of
ficials are planning to investigate
•possibilities of improving the room.
John Parvensky and Art Edstrom
have been appointed investigators.
Also accepted was a plan to pre
sent honorary college "membership
cards" to some of Hazleton's promin
ent citizens. This will permit the
holder to attend college sporting and
social functions as a.-guest of the
The December drive for sale of
Disabled Veteran Forget-Me-Nots in
the school will be sponsored also by
the council. It is planned to have the
flowers sold in the school library.
Edstdom made this suggestion.
The date for the Christmas semi
formal, December 17, was approved
and the group heard a report from
President Bob Rinkus, Secretary
Joyce Schofield, Treasurer Art Ed
strom, Dolores 'McGee and John Par
vensky, delegates to the recent inter
school conference in Altoona.
On Thursday, December 9, there
will be an important meeting for all
married students at the Center in
room W-17 at 4 p.m.
The film, "Introduction to Vec
tors," will be shown December 14
when the Math Club meets in Room
2, Walnut Street building. Engineer
ing students are invited,
Two cage standouts met on opposing teams last Wednesday when
Pete Garber and Statz Laganosky, now on the main campus, played' in
the Hazleton Center's opening game. Laganosky, who played with the
alumni team; didn't make the jump. The locals took a 64.48 victory
from last yead's team mates.
Hucsters Point
To Pottsville
Game Tomorrow
After a fine showing in defeating
the Hazleton Center alumni• a week
ago Wednesday, the basketball
minded students of. Coach Syd Rud
man, are well prepared to keep the
ball rolling and to go on to another
successful season.
The locals will meet the Pottsville
Center team tomorrow night in the
Pottsville High School gym with
whistle time set for 7:30 o'clock.
The return game will be played here
February 23.
The Potters are coached by Irwin
Kochel who believes he has some
great talent among his nineteen can
didates. He is somewhat undecided
as to his starting team but it will be
centered around Jack Curry, a last
season standout. Other possibilities
are Vince Markowski or Frankie
Rambo in the other guard slot,
Roger Derr or Bob Snyder in, the
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December Question
The question of the month is,
"What will it be for milady ?" Maybe
it will be orchids to you! What is all
this leading up to ? Just this—
Plans have been completed for the
junior college's annual Christmas
semi-formal to be held December 17.
The project is being promoted by the
Activities Board.
Students are reminded to circle
the date and to watch the bulletin
board for later announcements con
cerning the dance. A grand time and
pleasant surprises are in store for all
who attend the gala affair.
Intra-Mural Schedule
Tonight at the A. D. Thomas
Memorial School gym, Fourth and
Grant streets
-6:30: Warriors vs. Fireballs.
7:1': Engineers vs. Pros.
8:00:• Defenders vs. Umbrella
vzla.L - 1 '',.
Deventer 3, 1948
First Honor Roll
Charles Miller is on top scholastic
ally for the first eight weeks of the
current semester, according to an
announcement made this week by the
office. Miller has attained an average
of 3.00,
Nancy Baran and Jean Lovrinic
are following closely Miller's record
with scores of 2.81. The other mem
bers on the top nine group are: B. S.
Yurick, P. Corazza, A. Lorenzolo,
Dave McNelis, R. A. Makofski and
E. C. Sword.
Another 27 students have achieved
first half semester marks to place
them on the lower part of the roll
with averages between 2.41 and 2.
These are J. Adams, W. C. Stone,
Joella McCarty, June Reinmiller, G.
Scheers, Con Balliet, Joan Eidelman,
G. E. Lenyo, M. D. Underwood, A.
H. Klemic, Lawrence Drabick,
Nancy Byorick, Anita Goldberg, S.
Pasda, J. P. Wersinger, T. C. Geary,
Jr.,, A. W. Snyder, G. C. Sarkis, A.
John Baker, N. Dißonifazio, W. E.
Klinesmith, J. M. Prete, T. H. Salin
sky, R. J. Thomas and T. T. Watkins.
Engineers Will
Tour Bell Office
The members of the college En
gineers Club will make a tour of the
Bell Telephone building on West
Green street next Tuesday and Wed
nesday. The groups will be taken on
the tour both days starting at 9 a.m.
Students not club members who
would- like to take part in the tour
are asked to contact Instructor Jo
seph Pavone.
Thursday night the club's regular
meeting *ill be held with Roland
Edmunds, of the Pennsylvania Power
and Light Company, as main
speaker. His subject will deal with
"Electric Utilities."
All engineering students are in
vited to the meeting, which will start
at 7:15 o'clock in Room 1 of the
Broad Street building. Refreshments
will be served.
First Program
Tre first, in a weekly series of mu
sic appreciation 'broadcasts by Miss
Miss Pearl Garbrick, music in
structor here, was made Wednesday
night over Station WAZL. The story
and music of Handers "Messiah"
was aired.
The programs are a half hour in
length and are produced at 10:30 on
Wednesday nights. Bob Sacco, center
student and WAZL announcer, is as
sisting on the program.