Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, December 10, 1954, Image 6

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    December 10, 195 k
In case anyone has been threatened with a clashing of swords and
the bellows of 'touche', this will serve as an explanation to these
mysterious actions« Once before there was some mention made of a fencing
club being organized but since then the club has gained by leaps and
bounds, increasing to approximately twenty members- The Parnassus Society
has decided to classify this club as one of the intramurals and thus
honor points are being awarded for club participation, and Capt« Carper
is serving as both club organizer and advisor- There are two scheduled
meetings a seek at the ninth period on Tuesday and Thursday of each
week, and usually there is quite a lot of fencing and instructing going
on then. If anyone is interested or wants to still join, all he needs
to do is come around to one of the meetings and join.
Tonight everyone (students, faculty and workers) is invited to attend
our Christmas Party-Dance, which will begin at 8:00 PH in the Jlain Lounge*
The Four Sharps will provide the music and refreshments will be served*
A special holiday attraction in the person of Santa Claus will be high
lighted. Come and enjoy the evening, Get in the Christmas Spirit.
Have you your date for the Christmas Semi yet? If you haven't,
remember you only have one week to get one* The Semi will be held at
the Eagles' Ballroom from B;pQ to U;QO PM, next Friday, December 17.
Plan to attend the last social committee supported dance this semester
and the last affair before the New Year.
Have you noticed the alteration on the main lobby bulletin board?
The division of the four main sections of FACULTY, BOOKSTORE, VETERANS,
and ADMINISTRATION, makes it easier and quicker for one to see and read
notices of interest to him. The alteration also livens up the board
by the change of a plain board of scattered notices to a board of evenly
spaced sections divided by black tape and printed topic signs.
With Mrs. Kostenbauder supervising, a few students have spiritedly
decorated the interior and exterior of our Rec Hall, The boys dragged
in a tree which is setting in one corner pf the ropm, and trailing pine
and lights are dropped along the dorways and windows, Hats off lto
these energetic students. We need more initiative around Highacrps.
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