Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, October 16, 1953, Image 2

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    October 16 p 1953
All Liberal Arts students, according to t4e reveised curriculum in the Liberal
Arts field, must complete 12 credits in science and/or in mathematics. These
courses must be taken in at lea* one of the followlung 3 fields:
(A) Physics, Chemistry, Geology
(B) Botany and zoology
(C) Mathematics
Furthermore, at least 16 credits must be taken in one of these fields, and in
the science courses there must be laboratory work involved 4
The above requirements, however, have been waived in the field of Physics,
Geology, and Chemistry by the Dean of the liberal arts school for students up
to and including present freshmen. Physical Science 7 and 8 can be substuted for the
courses in group A even though they do not have laboratory work. All L. A. students
should keep this in mind after transfering to the campus in case of any puestions
being raised on the science requiremerts.
AT atudent council's request, a meeting of Center basketeers was held Tuesday
evening in S-101. Mt'. Preston Peightal, athletic advisor, w a s pleased by the
attendance of 18 basketball candidates. Ho pointed out several points to the pros
pects such as, (1) keeping in condition, (2) Failure to attend practice, which this
year will be held 3 times a week No replacemont has s as yet boon named for
Frank Antinoszi, last year's coach
Games will be played on thL same schedule as last year-- Wednesday, Friday, and
Saturday nights. There will be a total of five away games, including such competion
as York, Johnstown and Hershey Centers
Following is a list of prospects who attended the meeting and eignod up to play
the game:
Bobby Boyle, Roy Ath(:rholt, Jim Kobrick, Clint Frank, Iram TJichaol, Jim Raos,
Jack Mitchell, Norm Hall, Ed Evancho, Fran Lawrence, Tom Brislin, Stan Gruszemsk4
Eugene Pahls, Norb Turnbach, John Polchin, Thomas Swick, Norman Lapinski, and
James Kissamettur.
Last call will go out in the near future, for any additional members to the squad
so make up your mind NOW and makc this yearis team Hazleton Centuils Best..
With tho reorganization of the intramural touch football in mind, Mr Pcightal
announced that all students wishing to form teams and play please contact him by
today Friday October 16 1953 9 The complete results of the reorganization will be
carried in next weck?s COLLEGIAN.
The first business Mc,ting of Theta Sigma Pi Sotority was held Thursday evening
October 15 in the lounge.
Hiss Dossinbach has informed to that she brought back from a trip to the
campus sev,ral booklets conc-rning sorthrity problems and womens government on the
main campus. These booklets will be given to the girls for ref„rence. In close
connection with this a committee will be formed to formulate and enforce a set of rule
for the lthunge.
A partial agenda of social events for the year will bc drawn up, and a fund
raising affair will be discussed. Also to be discussed are the purchase of sorority
pins and increase in dues and a deadline date for their Dayment o
The Highlight of the evening was the distribution of the pictures taken by
Mr.lFilson Barto of the Standard Sentinal staff of the formal initiation held
October 1.
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