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February 15, 1954
WELCOME TO THE NEW STUDENTS
With the old semester gone, ffighacres has lost several
transferred to the Main Campus or other colleges. But also
ning of the Spring Semester, 26 new students have enrolled,
to welcome you, the new students, and we hope that you will
In case everyone hasn't met the newcomers and to make sure that everyone
does, we have a list of the entrants;—
HAZLETON--Raymond Fritzinger, 29 West Seventh St., enrolled in Civil Engineer
William Ziseck, 688 N. Locust St. , Business Administration trans
ferred from main campus for the second semester,
WEST HAZLETON-- Kenneth Do Fuehrer, 7 Washington Ave., Arts and Letters.
Stanley P. Merker, 57 East Madison Ave„ Civil Engineering.
JoSeph M. Bielen, 21 N. Logan St. Chemical Engineering,
William J. Boyle, 36 S, Cleveland St. Electrical Engineering,
Bernard T o Cheeka 144 W, Sherman St. Mechanical Engineering,
John L. McGraw, 444 Washington St, Business Administration.
George J A Petrushka, 142 Ridge St,, Electrical Engineering.
Thomas P. Quinn, 228 Washington St, Electrical Engineering,
Peter E. Skiba, 19 James St. Electrical Engineering,
William C. Gray, Arts And Letters,
Thomas Kislan s special student taking supplirnentary work toward
a degree in education at Wilkes College,
- Paul E. Corrigan, 442 W. Majn St„ Electrical Engineering,
Mary A. Wassel, R.D.2, Business Administration,
LANSFORD-- Joseph J. Svetz, 314 E, Kline St, Psychology,
NESQUEHONING-- Mrs, Mary V. De Angelis, 256 W, Railroad St., Graduate in nursing
entered in Liberal Arts,
Daniel J. Kaminski, 118 Ashley St, Mechanical Engineering,
Michael N. Zabych, 93 Barnes St, Civil Engineering,
Both have transfei-red from main campus.
MAUCH CHUNK-- Eugene H, Perry, 221 North Street, Arts and Letters.
NNW RINGGOLD, R,D, 1
Justin A. Moravek„ Drafting and Design Technology.
AUDENRIED-- Walter N, Smerconish, Arts and Letters.
PICTURES PEOPLE LIKEif~
This is the title of the slide-lecture being sponsored by the COLL9O
ARTS SOCIETY , Today at 11:30, and Tuesday and Wednesday at 12290 In the student
activities building ° The lecture approaches picture taking from a non-technical
standpoint and will be of interest to all people who own a camera.
MEETING OF COLLEGIAN STAFF MEMBERS-- WEDNESDAY AT 12:45 --- BE PROMPT AND
BRING ALONG SOME NEW IDEAS,
BLOODMOBILE VISIT - TUESDAY FEBRUARY 16-- If you have a free class between 10145
and 4:45 drop in to pay a visit, Saint Gabriels High School Auditorium,
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