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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 March 1940

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Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 March 1940
Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

WHAT'S NEWS? available before. Dr. Elmer Pendell Assistant Frofessor in History an< Economics in Undergraduate Cen ters, came here from the _Fayetti Center. He secured his LL. B. de gree from George Washington Uni versity, his B. S. degree from th( University of Oregon, his M. A. de gree from the University of Chi. cago, and his Ph. D. from Cornel University. Mr. Howard Thorpe Instructor in Physics and Mathematics, has done research work a1 the University of Iowa, and has worked in the laboratories of the Universities of Tulane and of Arkansas. He is a newcomer to the Center organization, as is Miss Alice Itter, Part-time Instructor in 3erman. Miss Itter is an alumna oi the Hazleton Undergraduate Center and of the Pennsylvania State College. She has been very active n the Center Alumni Association. [n addition, Mr. Roy Morgan, _Assistant Administrative Head, md Dr. Lester Kieft have been raised from Instructors to Assis-:ant Professors. The Freshman Week prograrr cond...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

STRIGTLY SPORTS With a rather extensive fall sports program completed * the Center is in the midst of a hectic basketball season. After having _woii four unofficial pre-season contests; the Hucsters dropped league tilts to both Altoona and DuBois on the latters' courts. Both games were hard fought with neither decision certain until the final gun. Coming back strong, the local quintet has taken a pair of games from the Pottsville Center, with the games again being very close. In the only other game this season, Wyomissing Tech defeated our five on the former's floor. So as things stand now, we have won two and lost two tnter-Center League games, and there are two league games to go. _(Utoona leads the league with two wins and no losses; we are nexl with two and two; DuBois has wor one and dropped one; and Pottsville has dropped two and won one. Realizing that with victories over Altoona and DuBois, Hazleton stands a good chance for at least a firstplace tie, Coaches Reed and...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

E.D.T. Not to be outdone by other govermental agencies, the Ha'detor Undergraduate Center along wit other centers of the Pennsylvania State College has set up its owr alphabetical program. For those not in the know, the mystic symbols at the heading of this column represent the official administrative abbreviation of the Engineering Defense Training program, classes for which were started this week at the Center. The program is being set up by the federal _government in order "to meet the shortage of engineers with specialized training in fields essential to the nationel defense." The Pennsylvania State College with approximately 6300 students enrolled in 21 committees out oi the 41 eventually to be organized is promoting the largest program of any institution in the country, According to the most accurate count that could be made at this moment a total of 218 men have _snrolled in the seven courses being offered here. The breakdown by _courses is as follows: _Engineering Dr...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

WE EXPLAIN If_^ tfyany chance you get over the sho_'ck of reading this, our belated _#rst issue, you might care to know just what we have tried to do with this paper. In an attempt to economize on space, we have eliminated all headlines. The various types oi material ordinarily included in school paper has been grouped together into several departments, Sach of which is charged with gathering, organizing, and condensing its own news. This has further eliminated the necssity for a traditional staff; that is, an editor-inchief, managing editor, and the like. From the _reader's point of new, all departments will find themselves in the same place in 3very issue of the paper so that one will not have to look all through ;he paper for some particular colimn or bit of information. We hope that this new type of paper will meet with your approval. If you should have an idea for a new department or a suggestion for improving one of the present ones, pass it along to one of the staff m...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

FORGASTING "Plop" and a pie lands in a Key stone Cop' s face! Who will rescue Pretty PriscilU from the clutches of the villain? Will our hero be able to get out oi the burning building?—The answer to this and other burning questions will be revealed this Friday evening after the DuBois basketball game. Room 1 at the Centei will be converted into a real "Old Opry House''. Don't fail to be there Peanuts will be on the house. Phi Delta Phi, newly organized Center fraternity, is talking _abouf sponsoring a semi-formal dance on Thursday evening, January 30, at the Hotel Altamont. If plans go through, Frank Lombardo's orchestra will furnishing the music, and dancing will be from nine until one. This affair merits support since the proceeds, if there are any, are to go ;owards the Robert E. Eiche Scholarship Fund. J. F. M.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

FEATURING THE SOCIAL PROGRAM With tjhe "Get-acquainted Party' this year's social program was launched. The party was cleverly arranged so that the students were required to become acquainted in order to enter into the games. With everyone hunting for the "mysterious person" it wasn't long before each new frosh had learned the names of many of his classmates. However in order to give the students another opportunity to become better acquainted before the serious grind of college began, the following afternoon and evening a wiener and corn roast was held at Eurana Park in Weatherly. Immediately upon arriving the Freshmen and Sophomores played a game of softball and contrary to most predictions, the Sophomores were Continued on Page 5

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

FRONT and CENTER Blue Monday at State Center 8:00—Frosh slap-happily adjusting name cards and dinks—then to class and one yawn after another. 9:00—Ping-ponging it. 10:00—Mad rush for the store (is it the clerk or is it the coke ?) 11:00—Laughing jag in assembly. 12:00—Edna and the escorts off to lunch. 1:00—"We'll have to have more quiet in the library.' 2:00—Cutting your way through the smoke in the game room. 3:00—Boogie-woogie music pervading the building. 4:00—Gracie waiting for Nicky; Eleanor waiting for Bruce; Martha waiting for Bob; and Zelman waiting for a ride down town. 5:00—Quiet! CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GOSSIP COLUMN Who runs the hospital the night of the Center Dance with all of the nurses in attendance'' Did this guy Birke-the-Jerk ever buy a package of Cigarettes ? Signed—His Creditors. A certain person whose initials are Bob Wagner should be arrested for the violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act the way he monopolizes Martha Iffert is surely unlawfull! "Let's ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

YOURS TRULY Received Too Late For Christinas Delivery Hazleton Undergraduate Center West Broad Street Hazleton, Pennsylvania December 17, 1940 Miss Betty Co-ed Sorority Avenue Penn State Dear Betty, We're supposed to have dancing class Friday afternoon from 3:00 to 5:00; and what happens~the kids go right on playing ping-pong in the space we ' re supposed to dance in. The victrola and records are available of course, so we can get some music—although the banging of the ping-pong balls and paddle offer stiff competition. We finally get a partner and dance around the edge of the room, evading the tables and chairs, and dodging the ping-pong ball. Naturally, with such conditions only a few people come. The real purpose of dancing class is to teach dancing. We want everybody who is interested in dancing to attend. Those who dance well are supposed to dance with those who know little or nothing about dancing. If such a plan were actually carried out, all the students could enjoy th...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

INQUIRIN ABOUT G What do you think about having an R. 0. T. C. division at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center? Doctor Kieft, Instructor of Chemistry: I think that having an R. 0. T C. unit at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center is an excellent idea, As the Center hasn't many athletics, the physical development for the young men would be taken care of by the military training. Alex J. Neapolitan, President of the Sophomore Class: I believe that having an R. 0. T. C. division at the Center is a very good plan. I know that I have always wanted to go to a military school. R. O. T. C. training would harden up the boys physically and mentally. Nancy Yost, Freshman: Military training for the young men at the Center is a wonderful idea. The benefits derived from the training are very valuable, especially insofar as physical development is concerned. Michael Maderick, Sophomore: An R. 0. T. C. division at Fenn State Center would be great. Military training would discipline the boys and ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

OPINION The Role Of The Freshman Less than four months ago most of our students began rounding the bend in one of the major turning points in their lives. They had begun their terms in college. Some of them acclimated themselves well to the conditions of their new school. Others of them have not yet adjsted themselves-so well. These have failed at least partially to assume the responsibilities that had formerly been borne by their high school instructors and parents. Our new college students have noticed the conspicuous absence of the study-hall and they have found that they needn't go to particular seats in such a room to remain in quiet contemplation and study during their off-periods. This then is their first responsibility: that of utilizing most advantageously their spare time about the school.. Our freshman have been finding out through the medium of the Freshman Tribunal that the basis of good conduct revolves about the principle of consideration of others, This...is ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

Hazleton Collegian Published by Students of the Hazleton Undergraduate of The Pennsylvania State College HAZLETON, PA. Vol. IV January 1941 No. 1 STUDENT BOARD Florence P. Campanell '43 Melvin Fine '44 Louise M. Dickinson '43 Torrence Harrison '44 Mary-Frances Gregory '43 Eleanor Heisner'44 Louise M. Gregory '43 Marion Lewis '44 Michael Kulick '43 Jack F. Maher '44 Irene L. Sendek '43 George E. Sholtis '44 Ted Alex '44 Dominic Walker '44 Ario Brennan '44 Bernard L. Zelman '44 George Eagler '44 FACULTY BOARD Edna M. Saby, Nicholas M. Brentin, Roy E. Morgan.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

Front & Center Continued Louise Holman's a busy girl, dividing her time between Penn and Penn State. What's in a name? Ask Alonso Wojtukiewicz and Hossii Vas-Q. History repeats itself Kravitski going out for "tea"—Gregory's Plymouth ridding Broad Street of its hitch hikers—Morawski blushing his way through college—Bender and her baby talk—Dr. Kieft practical joking- — Andreuzzi slapping sandwiches together—Louise Dickinson trying to keep the library quiet—Mr. Walters keeping the game room clean—-A perpetual avalanche of blue books—Sendek and Senape in close proximity—Procopio tripping the light fantastic—Sheetz quoting the dictionary— ! Famous saying—Mike Lucia: "I'm a bad boy." Hue

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

CLUBBING IT Do, re, mi, fa, si—well, maybe they did go off key there, but not for iong. Where's the music coming from? Why, from the ten coeds comprising the Girls' Glee Club. With Mr. Thorpe as Faculty Supervisor, the girls have been meeting from 4 to 5 o'clock. The club has purchased several new selections for this year and has used some of them at an assembly program. Those strains of sweet music and swing which fill the halls each Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at four do not come from recordings but from our newly formed orchestra. Yes, we see big things in store for this group of boys, for just as soon as they build up a sizable repertoire, we will be having more dances with our own orchestra to furnish the music. Who knows but what there might emerge another Fred Waring from good old Penn State? Since the school has furnished the necessary money for ten orchestrations, all the boys need is practice. Richard Yensel, "43", is their director; Charles Shupeck, "43', is the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

THE WOMEN The Women's Club has plannec several social functions for the ensuing winter season. With the successful completion of several affairs since the commencement oi the college term, the women are looking forward to enjoying many more in the near future. . ¦ Among the socials held to date are the all-school Tea, when the entire student body and the faculty enjoyed the old English custom in grand style; a Christmas Party sponsored by Miss Saby, Miss Reichenbacher, and Miss Itter_, at the latter's home; a taffy pull at the Y. W. C. A., which caused the blisters on so many of the co-ed's hands. For an assembly program, the girls presented " A Day at the Office", a comedy depicting the modern woman as a businessman. Charactizations in the play were taken by the following girls: Florence Campanell, Naomi Bastuscheck, Martha Iffert, Marion Lewis. The women's Glee Club also rendered some Christmas selections and old favorites for their contribution to the same assembly. A few...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

INTRODUCING MR. HERPEL Did you know that our Administrative Head, Mr. Coleman Herpel, was caught in a draft? His order number is 235. Mr. Herpel, an amateur cheer-leader par excellence, has been here at H. U. C. since September 1936. since that time he has been an instructor of math, of physics, and of German. And as time advanced so did our versatile Mr. Herpel, until he is now our Administrative Head, having been appointed in 1939. But let's get away from the Cen- . d ter for a while and see how he has spent some of his summers. In 1937 he took a trip abroad to try to get a better understanding of world affairs. During the summer of '38 he did graduate work at Harvard. In 1939, the same year he became Administrative Head, he took upon himself the responsibility of a wife. Getting- back to the Center, Mr. Herpel's present ambition is to have H. U. C. situated in adequate quarters. His pet peeve is the condition of the game room. B. L. Z.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

FREE & OTHERWISE RAIN When a heavy rain' s a-fallin An dat blowin winds a-callin Den ah knows just what I'se gwine to have to do Ah don take no story book An just set an look an look, Dere's better ways ta idle hours through. When de thunderstorm's a-thrashin An dat lightnin comes a-flashin Den I knows what's goin to occupy de day. Ah don't lay before de fire Till ah ventually does tire, Dere's better ways ta pass de time away. When the weather's un-agreein An dat sun is out of seein, Den ah knows just what mah nex' move's gwine ta be. Ah takes mah saved up dough An goes to de picture show Cause movin' pitchers sho am swell ta me. B. L. Z. _tfl_^tAtA_^_k _^k _^k_^k _^k _^k _^k _^k _^k _^k _^ _& _^k_^k _^k _^ki_^ _^ _^ .a. _^_h _^ _^ _^ _^k _^A&i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 January 1941

Clubbing It Continued change ideas on some of the problems which will confront them in later years. The club meets Tuesdays at noon with Mr. Isenberg, who is the faculty sponsor. One heart, two clubs, three no trump! Bewildered? If so, there is no need to be, for bridge clubs for both the boys and the girls have been organized. Both groops meet on Tuesdays, the girls in their lounge and the boys in room 4. Miss Saby and Mr. Brentin do the kibitzing for the faculty. I. L. S. M. K.

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