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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

>oll.egian ... Page. 2 Did You Know- --— Lois Long(ss) for a certain freshman. Who are we to "Harrisfl her affections? Eleanore goes for a "'berg" named "Koenig." Quote "He's a riot!" Unquote Melvin thinks Harriet is looking fine , but what about the other four girls in New York? Ario insists on 9:30 dates! Why? Why do some of the boys wear such brilliant colors and such horrible patterns? Maybe a "Bruch" w i ll murmur the answers. Earl is already worried about a suitable Christmas gift for a certain lassie in New York. Alvan Bruch's theme song is "(H)ester the Hostess"—a very popular song at all g(B)rills. Have you noticed that Washing(ton) day look about Slivra? Why not"Sell" your car and bu$r an airplane dearie? It's cheaper. Is Winnett any relation to the sp inet? Or did he get all Keyed up about a merry-go©round? The letter "0" figures prominently in Vitabile_'s life. Just ask him! jean DeMarco seems to be'_^fade-ing 1 " through difficulties at the Center, Have you...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

S ports Probably the most popular sport at ! the Center is Ping-Pong. This sport has I teen in the lime light beca-usa of the ! _°ehpol tounamemt find also the two matches' thr.t re re played with the A_.Z,A. The ] b oys have " been quite successful*- ' having I von" both matches that they played» The ! team composed of Sid Klemow, Miles . j Bonnar , " Smokey " McKelis, and Charles j _Bruch. se?ms to have quite a future ahead j of them. Basketball will g o to the front this week aa practice starts at Grant Street gym. There are approximately 12 games on the schedule and the team expects to have a great season. The newest addition to the sports roster is the formation of thn'Boxing Clus The main purpose of th~ club is to teach th.-"manly art" to those fellows who feel that theneed instruction. Later in the term a tournament will be held to determine the best pugilists in their respective weights. We then hope to top the season with a match with the freshman team at the campus...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

Introducing If you're up bright and early on Tuesday morning, You'll se_* Mr. John L. ( Shorty ) Chase drowsily stumbling into his: English class. Our hero who graduated from _h arvard University, teaches English and G erman. Before joining the faculty here a t the Center , Mr. Chase was an instructor at the Elgin Academy, _Illinois where he was active as a coach on the swimming and _debating teams, Mr. Chase, who has a baritone vo5_$5_$, Likes to sing, but his neighbors have _"" ' request--d him to confine his singing to the bath-tub. He lists among his favorite recreations tennis, swimming and rummy_. Incidentally, he is a b achelor a n d not a bad looking one at that, which probal>|y adds a lot to iis overwhelming popularity, especially with the feminine 3tudents,

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

The Staff Berg, A. _*ty Alex _.T. 'V+ _Breisch, H. '1 +5 Brennan, A. '1+1+ 3artks,J. '1+5 Pine, M, '1+1+ DeMarco,J. '1 +5 Pinger, E.G. _«1_& _Gilbert,H. '1+5 Sholtis, G. «UU rftonberg_.I. U+5 Walker, D. »U4 _tfinnett, G. '1+ 5 Yost, I.J._»1+ 1+ Zelman, B.2. » l+1+

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

19UI-I9U2 Inter-Center Student Council Conference Wheel Those kids who went to the Student Coiincil Conference at Pottsvilie sure to "Want to Set the World on F.ire"i They were active and busy every minute they were away. Here is what they did. They had lunch at the _Uecho Allen Hotel, fol-1 lowed "by a meeting of the various committees, after which their pictures were taken. At the dinner in the evening, Professor Gates of the English Department of She Pennsylvania State College gave an interesting talk and Mr. Morgan, formerly Assistant Administrative Head of HUC# told jokes; this was followed by a swell hoe-down. The next morning the delegates had a meeting to decide upon Student Council keys. later in the morning the general meeting of all _committees was held, at which time various goals were set and ideas exchanged. This meeting i-_;as followed "by dinner at the hotel, the last event of the conference. Here's what the Councils want to do: 1. Have Ping-Pong tournaments pr...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

What's Wrong with the Sopfcs? Customs—punishments—just two words without meaning (to the Sophs). We did not wear dinks, we did not comply with the punishment. Did anything happen? No I And Why? The Sophomores were afraic of us (We must be larger than they arei). Or perhaps because they didn't abide by customs last year, they felt that we didn't have to. Not that we're complaining about not having to keep customs, but we think the Sophs are silly. They keep talking about customs and what they'll do to us if we don't obey, but it's all talk; They' re sheep in wolves' clothing—not a backbone in the crowd_. And the Tribunal—that's a laughi They make a big rumpus about our showing up; they make us feel like two cents for about five minutes, and that's all_. Why, many of the Sophomores didn't even appear at the meetings of the supposedly dread Tribunal. School spirit doesn't seem to mean a thing to these sophisticated .Sophomores. Wait until next year and we'll show the school how...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

_Why Freshman Customs Failed "Button, Frosh," I yelled. But the inferior pup looked at me with indifference. I was aijazed at such reaction and questioned further. "Have y ou no fear of the all-powerful Tribunal?" "Don't make me laugh," was the reply. This proved to me that the average Freshman has an attitude of belligerence toward the carrying out of customs. I feel that this is a disgrace to the tradition that has been set up, but I also feel that all blame cannot be placed on the Freshmen. The Sophomores from the outset of the semester have treated the customs as a joke. This feeling was contagious and spread to the Freshmen. I suggest that the Sophomores, by treating the subject with proper.rever_^ ence, instill in the Freshmen a similar feeling. After all, customs are an integral part of Freshman activities. THE SOPHOMORES

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 28 October 1941

Official Announcements Professor Koepp-Baker will give every student at the Hazleton Undergraduate Center a speech examination on Thursday, 0ctober"30, for diagnosis and aid both in speech difficulties and in the improvement of normal speech. Watch the bulletin board for the time of your examination.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

Armistice Day Speech /^_S_^0> f& Mr. George Puhak, a prominent _attorney was the guest speaker at the Hazle|_en Undergraduate Center's Armistice Say_* Assembly. He spoke on the causes of* t^' %. present International conflict. ¦ " ¦ ""• _- Mr. Puhak said; "The people did not know that the armistice was only a brief period of peace, and not the end of the War. » According to him, the cause of this War and that of the First World War was economic inequality, Man himself is seeking the Almighty dollar and doesn't care very much what happens to his neighbor, ' ' as long as he himself succeeds* , He also stated, " that science today is far ahead of politics, because science can produce for all and is totally good j for all while politics is only good for j a few. " Mr. George Puhak was graduated from j Dickfenson College and is very active in j local affairs. He is chairman of the J Republican Party's Campaign Committee , j and received from the 8hamber of Commerce o...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

National Defense Training During the past ten months, the Pennsylvania State College has established many courses to train persons for the defense industries, The Hazleton Undergraduate C enter has taken part in two of .these courses, and ife is now engaged in a third. In this defense training the _Renter and its faculty hare taken a leading part. The first of these courses, Engineering Defense Training, was started in J anuary ;and completed late in the spring. Mr. '^¦erpel an d Mr. Morgan, formerly of this Canter, were the district representatives of the Oenter_. Mr. Herpel was also the head of th_^program at the Center. Among ¦ ' tiie * instructors were Mr. Isenberg, M r. Shorpe, and Dr.Keift. Bob Byorick and Walt Aptulsky, both freshmen, were among the 120 students who took advantage of this training. The second of these training courses _wis a course ofi introductory engineering subjects. Mr. Brentin was the administra tive head of this summer program, and. he had among h...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

Forecasting The Hazleton Undergraduate Center of the Pennsylvania State College, will hold its annual Thanksgivng Dance at the Hotel Altamont on Tuesday _evening* November 25th. A band will be engaged for this occas- { ion. Student with one guest will be admitted fred of charge; all others will be charged one dollar per couple, Further arrangements will be announced later.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

i Did You Know — , "I had a date with a dream" is Si Klemow's favorite expression. We're still trying to find out who the dre is. Danville hods special _interest fo Vic Martini. From what we hear she's plenty hot all right. 3 Jean Danks roots for Penn instead Perm State. Two years is a long time stick to one guyI j - j Have you noticed the "howling" th comes from the game room? Smokey McN has it _dotm to perfection. Chuck Cowell escorted a cut 5 blon the Hallowe'en party. But where did ' hide her? Maybe she was afraid of th Center wolves I Lois' party costume captured quit few hearts at the Hallowe'en party - i especially Birke's - he even took he: home. Al Bishop is commonly known as "t Great Lover". Who is she, Al? Have you noticed that Barney _Feic t ard _never looks at a girl? Ve hear i has spies in town. That Pottsville trip certainly af: ed. Jaqueline. She was enraptured wit! the results of the student dance. Have you heard rumors of u party be held at the home of Miss D...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

Student Opinion A survey . of student opinion has shown that the printed newspaper is preferred to the present form of the "Collegian". Of course the "slick" has its advantages. It is more popular with the students because it looks more collegiate - more like a grown-up production. It is possible to use cut! in a slick, while only caricatures can be mimeographed. Also, a printed paper is in booklet form; the pages are like those of a real newspaper. A slick also makes possible real headlines because of various sizes of type. ; However" , the mimeographed paper hai several advantages over the slick. First of all, it is very economical. Another point in its favor is the fact that the news is fresh when it reaches the student, - it is "hot off the press". The issues can come out more often, too. The mimeographed paper also requires less time from the staff; for with it no one has to run around trying to get advertisements. Upon weighing both sides carefully the staff has como to ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

"Sea and Shore" If you have an eye for beauty and ar appreciative soul, then undoubtedly _yoi have been impressed by the present art exhibit in the library, called "Sea anc Shore" . If you have not had an opportunity to look at these masterpieces, then take my word for it and put them _or _i your "must ; :<; :: ; list - you won't be sorry. From the very first glance you will agree the pictures are striking and pleasing to the eye. As you enter the library, you see before you a peaceful scene portrayed by Wyk, of which the title is K _Tne Mill". The uniformity and perfection worked out in shades of tan present the illusion of a photograph. Now the deep, dark side of man comes out in "The Island of the Dead", by Boechlin. The setting gives a feeling of solidness; the dark, death-like center of the picture tapers into pleasing brightness, and the figures in the fore ground are placed perfectly to give the best effect to the picture. Monet has contributed some very vibrant ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

"Sea and Shore" - (continued) These paintings were secured fron The American Federation of Arts, of which the _Hazloton Undergraduate Cer is a member. Duplicates of the print in the library may bo. purchased, the prices ranging from threr; to twenty dollars. The present exhibit will leave th Center in two weeks. So don't miss y chance - see the exhibit nowI

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

Sports Our _singles ping-pong tournament has come to a very exciting finishthe star and old champ, Sid Kleraowbreezed in to take first place, with Jack Maher a close second., i By ¦ _% _$ way, the 4gjfM.es tournament which started yesterday, should produce some sizzling competition? and soon you will see some of the new " paddle slappers airing their latent talents. The old, yet thrilling game game of basketball appears to be a great asset to tt.U._tj. £_,_ast year's dribblers— Smokey McNeils, Charles BruchMike _iheppa, and Sid Klemow will be in there showing all newcomers the so-called " ropes". Larry KOenigsberggjfitfDurbak , "Knobby Lynch, and Bob _HoltzeStw have shown themselves to be prominent young upstarts. The Boxing Club has caused a tremendous disturbance in school recently, Charles Vitabileour very sturdy Freshman Class Presidentwith _Harris Gilbert and Jira Sauers, has been desperately trying to _raice '_" unds for equipment. Vitabile claim that 'Ms b*xi-;>l...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

Official Bulletin Dr. C, C. WagnerDirector of the Lower Division and Assistant to the Deanwill be at the Center on Thursday, November 13. Students who wish to consult Dr. Wagner concerning academic matters eithe here or on the main campus may do so by making appointments with Mr. Herpel, on Wednesday, for some time between 9 and 11 on Thursday.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

Student Council Perhaps you have been wondering what the Student Council is doing with your money. Well, maybe you have noticed the new ping-pong table in the game room. This is the first investment we have made this year. We also bought two new ping-pong paddles, which, by the way have already been broken. Of course if that's the way _the students want to do thing 3Student Council will let it go at that. It's your money that is being Wasted. v ou certainly enjoyed the Get-Acquain ed Party and the Hallowe'en Partydidn' you? The expenses for these parties were taken care of by the Student Council with the cooperation of the students who served on several committees. The new records are %ellj aren_,t they? I'm sure everyone agreed that the committee could not have chosen better ones. Anyone who cares to is invited to come to see the Council in action and to make suggestions which they think may be beneficial. A t the present an issue before the Student Council is the painting of...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 11 November 1941

Hallowe' en Party Pirates, gob±ms, gnostsana even maharajahs were seen at our annual Hallowe'en Party, Friday night, October 31. We were not at a loss for entertainment by any means. For those who did not wish to dance, there were games such as bingodarts, win a " seegar" and Mile. Bastuscheck telling us about our past, present, and future. Perhaps the best and most enjoyed of all the entertainment w&s the Chamber of Horrors We went into a dark room and suddenly felt our faces becoming cold. This was caused by cold fire. Then when we looked around, beholdt there in a corner a dead man, or what appeared to be a dead manlay peacefully in his coffin. He, of course, was only George Seidel. After being suddenly whirled around, we were thrust into a chair where we received a shock before going again into the outer world. Co-chairmen for the party were Cowell and Seidel. Assisting them on the various committees were: DeMarco, Kistler, LewisMulhall, Sheridan, Stadnikand Walker...

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