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

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

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

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

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

IN PRINT THE GIRL It was in the spring of 1930, following the stock market crash when I was "graduated from a school of pharmacy. I started on the hopeless task of looking for a job, and trudged the streets foi months before I was finally hired by the owner of a drug store, an old man, tired after a life-long is businees. He had allowed the business to run down, and I found great pleasure and valuable experience in trying to lift the store to a higher level. Soon I was left in complete charge, and it was very seldom that the owner came in. Two years passed, and the solid security of the place held me, Looking at it now, I can see that I had lost all ambition and was content to sit smugly back and let the world go by without me. It was an evening in late fall, and I was just waiting for the closing hour. It was nine o'clock in the evening when I heard the outside door open. I was in the back room at the time, and I went behind the counter and looked at the customer who had ju...

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

ENTERTAINING Looking for entertainment? Then gather around, and we'll _rup over some of the best in recorded music. Have you heard Will Bradley's latest contribution to boogiewoogie ? It's called "Rock-a-bye the Boogie", and features the voice oi Ray McKinley. "Scramble Two", on the other side, is a typical swing number. Russ Morgan's record, "The Night Has a thousand Eyes", with "It's Eight O'clock" on the other side, is one of his best. The latter song is a tune copied from the Lucky Strike one-minute transcriptions used to announce the time on the radio. "Falling Leaves" by Glenn Miller is sung by Ray Eberle, featuring the typical Miller arrangements. On the reverse side is"Beat Me Daddy" (eight to the bar) sung by Jack Lothrop, the guitarist. Another record by America's No. 1 arranger is " A Handful of Stars". For all Glenn Miller fans, this is a "must". From the modern dance band tempo, we go to the more serious music of the symphony orchestras. From Victor has come an ...

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

CENTERING AROUND According to the reports froir students who have visited the Du-Bois Center, the D. U . C. has instituted a merit system for students who are scholastically "all there." The students who achieve academic laurels are amply rewarded, and from many a watch-chair and bracelet dangle gleaming medals for such scholastic endeavors. The Art Exhibition that we have been viewing here has also been seen at other Centers. Altoona and DuBois first interchanged the paintings and the prints and then Hazleton and Pottaville, did the same. At the Schuylkill Center, the twenty prints were shown under the direction of Mr. J. Y. Roy, while here, as most of us know, the lceturs given at the exhibition by Mr. Isenberg was a definite success. Those of the students who have viewed the many paintings and prints (have gotten an insight on modern art, its appreciation, and its application. It is of noteworthy interest to glance at the social calendar of one of the other Centers and se...

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

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

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

THE ROSTRUM It Can't- - But It Did Happen "Dictatorship- -oh heavens no! This is America, land of the free, home of the brave! It can't happen here!" And why not? Just because we have a pince-nez on our nose instead of a paper-hanger's brush in our hand? "But that paper-hanger was a power-crazed fanatic," you say," a a man who sat in jail and worked out step by step how he was going to rise to the all-powerful ruler of a country of which he was not even a citizen." Well, at least he did it the "hard" way. At least he did not wait until the nation came to him, emptied all their wealth in his lap and said, "Here, control us; we are yours." Now why should an intelligent man, a lawyer, an aristocrat from birth, turn his head away from the same conditions? Would he not be a fool to do so? "On the other hand," you argue," are we not given the right to vote as we please ? Is it not a fact that the majority rules, and that this man won by a majority?" "Oh yes, of course that is true...

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

WHAT'S NEWS Continued from Page 1 political parties speak to the students, outlining the major issues _oi the campaign. Since there was no member of the Republican party available, Mayor Costello, the Democratic spokesman, was featured in a "one-man debate". The Freshman and Sophomore classes each presented a variety show, the Sophomores featuring imitations by ChaTles Shupeck and a song, "Trade Winds," by Frank Andreuzzi. A more educational program was the showing of a sound movie_, demonstrating the mining of coal. The film was contributed through the courtesy of the Jeddo-Highland Coal Company of Jeddo, Pa. On Armistice Day, Professor August Martin, Principal of the West Hazleton Schools gave an interesting talk on the importance of Armistice Day to the generation born after the First World War. The last program before Christmas was spoored by the Women's Club. The Women's Glee Club sang several selections and the club gave a short play, "A Busy Day at the Office". A Stud...

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

FEATURING Continued from Page 1 victorious. After the game, the HUCsters, in groups of fours, were sent out on a scavenger hunt. In no time at all, the groups returned all prepared for corn and wieners. The winners of the hunt were Donald Hallman, Ario Brennan, Samuel Arey, and Carl Wagner. The corn was roasted in true picnic fashion and was in great demand. After everyone had his fill of both corn and wieners, most of the students went dancing at the pavillion. Hallowe'en was celebrated at the Center in a gala fashion. Ghosts, goblins, and witches stocked thru the building from top to cellar. The HUCsters in all sorts of costumes tried their luck at darts, bingo, and many other games. The thriller of the evening was the "trip through hell " conducted by Ghost Morgan. And despite the ominous warning "abandon all hope, ye who enter," many brave souls undertook the trip and strange to say all came back in the best of health. For those who wanted the mysteries of the future unvei...

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

STRICTLY SPORTS Continued from Page 1 the setting up of a Center-wide tournament. This tourney will take place at the local "Y." The students bowling the six highest scores will form a team to represent H. U. C. in regional competion. They might even consider taking on the faculty. In an effort to widen the student's selection, a new addition has been made to the sports program, that of a swimming team. Dave Yeakel, a prominent alumus, has taken steps to organize the team, which will represent the school in competition with local schools and Y. M. C. A.'s. Instructions are being given during regularly scheduled gym classes to all students interested. Do you know that the women of our school have no organized activities in the field of athletics? Where are all of those feminine bowlers? Suggestions have been made for the organization of a girls' swimming1 club. How about a hiking club, or a girls' ping-pong tournament? Is it true that a famous college football coach has scout...

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

OPINION Continued from Page 1 son's personality on the same level as his working efficiency, and the sooner the freshman becomes aware of this, the sooner will he really enjoy associating with others and the sooner will he acquire the poise usually manifested by upper classmen. C. E. S.

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

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

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

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

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

THE GIRL Continued from Page 4 She took the money—there was no mock pretense about her—and she looked at me. Some tears formed a haze over her eyes and she didn't speak. Then she stretched up on her toes and kissed me on the lips. I followed her out and watched her until the darkness swallowed up her small form. I waited for her the next day, waited a lifetime each hour, but she didn't come. I saw her face before me, the little chin, the delicate nose, and deep blue eyes. A month passed and the idea of remaining in the store became unendurable. I don't want to sound sentimental, but it held memories. I drifted about, working some days. . . . loafing others. I thought of the girl incessantly. In 1935 I suddenly discovered that I was tired of wandering. I bought a store of my own. I started working with a vigor that comes of ownership and was content as I saw the business grow steadily. But I didn't forget the delicate features of the girl who had walked into my life more than...

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

E.D. T Continued from Page 1 (a pre-Design program), 33. In order to handle this work it has been necessary to add five new part-time instructors to the Center's staff. Three members of the regular H. U. C. faculty are also teaching in the E, D. T. program; namely, Melvin W. Isenberg, Dr. Lester Kieft, and Howard Thorpe. The new members added to the staff to comprise the E. D. T. faculty are: A. L. Boltz, of the Physical Testing Department of the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company; John Evans, graduate engineer from Lehigh University now at Citizens Bank, Freeland; George H. Holland, Jeddo-Highland Coal Company; Anthony Lio, B. S. in chemical engineering from the Pennsylvania State College and a former Hazleton Center student; and William B. McNelis, of the Mechanical Engineering Department, Jeddo-Highland Coal Company. Although only the preliminaries of the program have yet been carried out, it is anticipated that real work will begin this coming week. Books and supplies ...

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