Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, September 21, 1953, Image 4

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    Zany Zablocky was really happy to get a chance to greet the new students
After being introduced, his next lino would be (and we're miscuoting)
"what courses do you have—it seems that I have several books that you
might need etc., etc., etc., half price, etc., etc., etc.,....,,.
When Ur, Steel brings his "Iron Horse" , 1 93 h Pierce Arrow to College,
Ur. Longo has to use a shoe horn to park his Olds,
We cannot find a bit of gossip about our one and only Sagacious Syd.
our roving reporter has stopped occasionally, to talk to a few of our
new classmates.
Here are a few of his findings:
rr . nn We have a.- young lass whose hobby is playing the sax. She drives a
Willys station wagon advertising her dad's business, Virginia Muscavitch is
here at the center to study Lab Technology.
Paul George spent several weeks in our summer school. He likes to sins
and has a tenor voice.
Another musician in our midst is Mary Lou Lotito, who enjoys playing the
point* She alS ° an interest in football just from the spectators stand
. Lillian Junus enjoys photography, is a versatile athlete and likes the
social sciences.
_Elleh and Betty Iffert are the center's only set of twins. Both are
likeable gals and enjoy dancing.
Philip Melito is assistant manager of the Grand theater in Hazleton, He
studying Ag. Eng*
. A blonde with fluency in German is Nancy Maue, . "Nan" likes Humorus
stories and laughs easily. She is majoring in elementary education „
The only music ed student this semester is Ray Carbe. He plays piano,
drums trombone and sings too* *
Mary Bissol
Pat Tomsho
Sincere thanks to Jack Taluski for his generous contribution of the word
Norm Hall
George Mastrian