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

EDT Courses (cont. p. 1) took part in the summer program were Al Durback, Jim Sauersand Francis _Merusak. Two boysDick Cronin and FJ.wood Scottattended the course in Mauch Chunk which was under the Hazleton jurisdiction. Another student, Leo Stadnik, served as stock clerk. The third course, in which the Center is now engagedis the Engineering, ScienceManagement Defense Training. Again the faculty is taking a leading part. Mr. Herpel is Administrative Headand Mr. Isenberg is Supervisor Engineering Drafting. |

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

We Wonder 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.

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

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

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Thanksgiving Dance ¦ * " - Soft lights, sweet music, and couples gliding smoothly over the floor. Yes, it's the annual Thanksgiving dance, which v/ill teles place tonight at the Hotel Altaraont "ballroom. The committees which Include Jean Banks, Harriet Breisch, Barbara Kreisler, Irving Follockt Vm. McHelis, Yfa. TitoJohn Doggett, Irwin _Weinberg, and Bernard L_. Selman_, have been working at full speed making preparations; and the crowning touch will be added to their efforts if a nice crowd, appears. There are many good reasons why everyone should come, and it's certain that those who do come will see a few angels, and will go home believing more than ever that heaven is a marvelous place] Jimmy McGwire and his orchestra iaave 'blierf engaged, for the evening, and the music promises to be nice; incidently, dancing will be from 9 to 1 o' clock. Everybody ' s _vrelcome to attend this affair; gp_^ cpjgg...QSJ.»-,._fiOS« all to the Thanksgiving dance*

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

S_^_TOBKAfty The tin? \_$3>J»3O» the date was < _November 21, amK_^_pfciK_^ lace was th& _s \\> , * ¦ Hasleton _Undef_^radu_^g_^^^^%_to*t we have wonderful entertaintiB_^n _^ The freshmen deserve much dredit for the program' s being successful. They certainly put on a show. Besides the imitation of various classes of the Center, both students ' and teachers' parts being abljitaken by the resourceful freshman, there 'were various specialty numbers: Jean DeMarco _^ave a monologue, Kenneth C-recoa vocal solo, and Jacqueline _Kistler, a tap dance. The part of the program which vras presented by the sophomores was entertaining too. The Quartet sang several _tmmbers; Jack Maher gave talk on beverages (vasn't that good?); and George Sholtis and Ifency Yost gave a modernized _reraioa of Romeo and Juliet. The program was very successful, but the aftermath! Well, ping-pong, pinochle, and( ahj) dancing were enjoyed; and then, last-but..not. least, refreshnent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Clubbing It Even though most of our students are doing more than their share of " cramming" just before Thanksgiving recess as a final gesture of despair to bolster midsemester grades, the various clubs of the Center are showing more than usual activity. The largest of these groups, the Photography Club, is now off to a flying start since it has been renamed the Hocus-Focus Club. A photographic demonstration was held for those members who needed enlightenment regarding the photd_^graphic process, New supplies for _(cont'd p. 3)

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Around The Altoona Center _hes a program of student activities varied enough to fulfill the extracurricular desirse of every individual.. I_"or those interested in athletics, /basketball is of course the outstanding s-port_. In _addition. there are bowling, boxing, and baseballa vide variety of sports for the boysa We are delighted to discover that Altoona has a boxing _teanu As _you know, we have a team that is _coding along nieelyi Perhaps a match can be arranged,, Who can tell? Altoona women confine their athletic _process to tennis, ping-pong, _svimmiag, hiking, and skating. Uon-athletic activities are also provided for. There is a bridge _cltib _which welcomes both experienced players and beginners. _Por those vho have dramatic aspirations, there is the Altoona Little Theater Group, vhich is open to townspeople as well as to students,, The lelightful comedy, _Highly _Musrt _JJal l, is being produced at present. The glee _3lut> and the orchestra are the most popular...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Clubbing It (cont'd.) the darkroom were ordered, including one of the latest types of Kodak snfelighta. The _Women's Organisation held at p£_'.rty at the Kieft's home, which Mrs. Kieft very _graciously invited then to use. A tota 1 of twenty-three persons attended the party. In an _amiable atmosphere they played pinochle, bridge,f.nd Chi ' .ies e cheCKora. TUe Cheia. 20 Club, a brand now Center or_^pnizfition, mc.s invited to a _prrty by Dr. Kieft e. .t his hone on the evening •>f the twenty-first. All records for hilarity, congeniality, nnd pure fun previously hold by any _Center _affeir are hereby _decreed cancelled <?nd void., or the \vord of your newsboy nust, of necessity, be doubted. One of the guines involved _blowing ;>. column of wr-ter s.s high r.s _>, _possible through a glass tube., laichael _Cihepps. _\'iat~ decrood the best blov»er when he forced the eolimn to a hight of nearly eight feet. The Sketch Club held _sever&l meetings...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Did You Know _George Vdnnett ytill doetn'i the _ner.ning of / _dbnoxi "us. Jerry Xalbach _dissobeys _Ickes :.m &t:.s conservation. He _gooo to [.; ov ,ry night. Ivlost fellows - ata trying to f _fe irl f-. _- r the dance. "Fugy " _Bonnui to pick n_^mos out of __. ¦¦ . hot. Smokwy McNelis clr-lms ho is ardent _menber of "The Lonely !fe:i But v/hr.t :bnit those frequent dr.t Je_^n Eichlor? Ooinothing must _havo h._a_, _j jo ¦ _>. ' cr;: ._i_; te th."t dro&ray look in Mr. Bi eye. And it isn't "f-.ll work end r 'causol'thrt makes Wick ;• dull b-..-_} _ViO si.: 17 Al Berg escort- :.llur._£ movies. C _>uld it h? vo _butn Anellf olr-B? _i.lifit do outside girls htvt; 1 Center _Irssios lack? It must b:.-. z wpocii.-.l if the fe._^ jdrls fi _oing t: dr.nce tjo _rny indication of _ide:.l Adeline _Defini, won't tell A _importing for the df.nce. Accordir l.-._test roports it's :« tost-up bc>t of them. Thct uysterious !!.Steddy " .:-.of _[Ai'vco hr.E tu...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Public _O pinion Many students were stopped in the game room or in the corridors and asked what they thought of the "building in which they were receiving their education. Approximately ten out of every twelve were of the opinion that it was not what it could tie. When asked what they objected to, they replied that it was crowded and that it had many hazards, They felt that if another "building could "be obtained which had more space for classrooms, a larger library, more conference rooms, and a larger recreation room, the problem would be settledo They also thought that the new building should have better ventilation than the present Center. One student quoted authorities as saying that the building was a fire hazard This problem would also be taken care of by the new building. Incidentally the faculty agrees with the students. They are completely in agreement with the idea of a new building. They are working under a great handicap because of the limited space* Two residentia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Introducing ( cont. p. 2 ) lira, Mcllvaine, formerly of Harri burg, was affiliated with the Y. _' f.CA and Y_»M. C«A.. Then she met handsome, debonair Harold and the results—two and one half years of happy married life. Dr. Mcllvaine taught at the _Schuj kill Center before coming to Hazleton two years ago. Research and photography are two hobbies of Dr. Mcllvaine, and he's the only fellow who can really tell you what goes on in the dark-room_. Then we have his dislikes? pompos ty or false modesty,, and the music of Antonberg, and psychological plays(and "Doc", to think you teach Psych.) Dr, Mcllvaine is a member of the Kappa Phi Kappa, Sigma XI, Psi Chi, Phi Delta Kappa, and Phi Delta Phi fraternities_. That's about all —- so until our next interview , "Doc" , we'll all see you at the Feeley Vaudeville Tuesday night and every week hereaftei

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

¥hy the H. U, C. Band Failed The Student Union was kind enoug to donate money to b " uy~ orchestrations for a band that was being formed this year. However, at this time the band has ceased to be, / There is only one/reason for its failure, Sevefjal " students who showed enthusiasm in the band's formation _hai not lived up to their promises of inte est. They have not only failed to cooperate, but they have also caused th_« interested members to drop out from lack of the required instruments, Considering the fact that the Stt dent Union was willing to supply orcht trations7~_W_6 _" feel that the students should have shown enough interest to make a successful band. We feel that the students who_^volunteered to form e band failed the Student Union and else their fellow classmates_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Movies Eemind Us —— The Pittsburgh Kid— Charles Yitabile Hot Spot — the Balance Room Lost Horizon — a "3" in Math 10 Of Mice and Men — Eleanore DeGatis ( T . r o)man Power — Jean Danks Aloma of the South Seas— Jacqueline Kistler One Foot in Heaven —Ario Brennan with Lois Rausch Kisses for Breakfast — Dr. Kieft The Little1 Foxes (Wolves) --Stadnik, Harrisonand McNeils

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Songs V.e Recognize I Knoy yhy- Clifford _Bastutchec Nickel Serenade- The Pepsi-Cole Little Curly Hair in r. High Gh> Jack Mf .her Chettanoogr. (_Chevy Chew)- Adelir Anvil Chorus- Titrating in Cheii The Things I Love- M _5"s Modorn Denign- Mr. Thorpe's _ht:i , Little Man with ;;. Cr-ndy Cigar-Thoy Go ' aid , Simply mid Over Mr, Chase Latin from Manhattan- Jose Vf~gt vhs_;t w..uld happen if—- Lelxifin brought his took to Lit, Tito _wasn ' t chasing • « fera. Naomi _gwo the boys-ti break. Koonigsberg got ?\ .haircut. _Birke got o 2.8. rvorape. Tho Center _wr.s moved into e new ing. Mr. Herpol hid c mustr-.cho. Spencor mr.de c "5" in Chem 'X). Thfc Student Union _ntore didn't Pepsi-Colt.. Birt Schneider lost his blush_. Dr. Mcllvrdne got tonguo-tiojd. Mr. Chase got norried. Mrs. Kieft hnd scon th._% - r re&hmf.. gr._'_^i. The gi r l s _a tt ended Phy s Ed l e c t H oovis _we r e n't raueclo-b)und. Chcppo. got v ncv; _cp.r. _Frtmcis Mt.rusale weren't bti&hfu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 25 November 1941

Official Bulletin AH r-itudentn _f.re expected to attend to their assigned work until the beginning of scheduled _vacation periods f.nd to report promptly e.t the end of _iuch porixls. A student who is ab-ont from t. schrjejilod clq.tjs during the 46 hours pr_^c-sding )r ;.:ucceodinf" the Thanksgiving, _Chrir:tnaa> or Erster vac-.tions shall incur _j: :.peci£.l fee of _^5. IIo instructor has the right to digniss any _student before the end of the : :_laas bouroduring this _^.0-hour period, _except that ha nay follow his ostablish--sd practice, if there be such , of permitting _students to le;ve the class upon the completion of the assigned work for the _slo._ss period. Classes at tho Hr.sleton Unde_^grr-.djate Center "/ill suspend at Hs5Q/i.M., vednescay_, November _^26, fnd resume at 3s00 A.M., Monday/ December 1.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1941

' lL. _ff..,. .N_._o_. 5 Mn_.ft_. ptaf_^:. FABLE _> 'Twas the night "before Christmas and it was cold as all January. Not even the beggars vere out. Only one solitary figure could " be seen on the snow-swept corner of Broad and Laurel. It was a poor little match girl. But even she was no match for the elements, so she decided to go home. Inch by inch she groped her way in the direction of the Heights. But _before she was far on her way, however, she suddenly stopped cold, remembering that she had no home* Nowthat was a fine - "'~" , pre : dicament for any lass to be in, _pj? ( let alone a poor little match girl. What was she to do? To whom could she appeal? Where could she turn?- '-To the right?--that only led to the . : _^ To the left?—that was the way ¦ _,\ /, to the river. Ah, yes, the \ </ ' ./ : ' river! A gleam of'hope flashed >._{ / . upon her frost-bitten face. If _^ /- > ' "" onlshe could succeed in get- | ' ' .. i\' ting to the river, all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1941

TH3 CHEISTMAS PARTY " s /k Apparently Maher has the inside information on the current war. In the chem lab last Monday he explained to his fellow students the trend of events and took an hour and a half to do it. Mien he concluded with "That's the situa- Xftion in a nutshell," Alice Yost ex- ¦ ! claimed, "Heavens J Some nut 1" _^-zlj!) | After all of you have tried .v your luck at games of skill, ¦ sj. \ there will be a contest between V -•". " two of the winners. The type ¦^- -: ,| of contest? Well, that is ¦ < j[\ v- being kept a deep, dark secret (VS- ' -l_*- _^y t&e committee. XL- ' ' ' * . \ . ;:> >.. "V _^ added feature of the evening will be carol-singing, so take good care of your throats, V'J all you guys and gals. yi-._fUr Naturally, refreshments will be served to retrieve our vitality for dancing and ....well, there' s going to be mistletoe. So here's hoping for a merry XXXXXmas. We'll be Xpecting you 2 Tonight is the night of the Xm...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1941

_t_»_$.. &- i..u_«ju ,— ,,_ru_^..u _, — V/ ' ¦ " \ Our iiffl"Tico. is at v_.ar. 1-e are at ...r by the overvvhelifiing _decision of Conreiis after the deadly, cowardly, preifsalttvteci, iinra-ovokeo &tta.ck of a wanton ;;_gressor on our Pacific _outposte. ?e ¦: .re locked in full-scale combatvdbh the ¦ ;/li--minded leaders of Germany, Italy, :ad Japan in a war _whos_* combatants ai~ ¦er- .dy number thirty-six of the nations of ;ho glob-::; _u war that v,r ili decide ' the '&to of til free nation.!;. . VA- h&v:.1 _becoiriiD _galvanised overnight xito unity-by that rain of bombs that ell on fellow _Amerieann in the Pacific_, but u triuiarh of democracy, that unity I : o are further fortified by _thf know-¦ .dge that our _defenup _efforts hTa - _far dvancvd, that ve have a navy _second to ione, and that jur army is rapidly grcnv-,_ng in strength and _efficiency. Dut .his is no time- for blind optimism or ,_e.ck of icaii&m. k long v:_at in...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1941

¦ [in. ' i " .'_w_._Vf'_._it _t_^l iMin i ..I .. ' _V.._JH m uimiiii_.— _( MJU_.i. _^ - I PHI , _^ i DELTA I r 'HI . ' Onr _Center _fraternity, _the Phi jD'idta Phi, r-:-- c¦¦:•!¦ ' tly c_^_Iebrat_^d itr: j first ..nniv' -irsci'y. On this occaeion ' Officers vrru cij;ct_^d and nor _members . ?ro initiated. The _follovdng officers were " Lc-ct_^d; j Mr. Big—Gnok-.y McK'dUe j -lfe'. Funnc -rup—Ario Sr'-nnan j ' ; _vIj. , £cribbl.-r— T:d >_dex * vir. Miiv-r—Dr. _Mcllvcinc j .although the officors a?--- , well' satisfifd _i.ith the number of n-.Hv' m"cibor& , tb?y feel that _ther_^ would h-._va b-_'_-_^m more of thorn is th_^ law s and r--_;g_" _letiono of th<_2 fjat'i.-rnity v_^-reund'_\rst' by the. Pr_^shmen, The most g_^_noral c;u_> ition r Li iced vus, "How much rill it co ne?" The offi: d;r& _assured us that t,h are no dU_' ;_i_? _what_^o-:;T'-?r and that the oi r:ost is a _porticon of the total cost o: loach social _funcuion. In oth-r _...

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