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

; _NEF _LIGHTS Iti GHEM LAD i fait.? an improvement in the utll: of the ch--im lab t,_^s effected the othe: day vh-m four- fluorescent _fixtures we: _jinstidi'_- 'd. The lamps are of the late: (industrial type and have been placed : _jsuch a wa.nner as to obtain the maximui even lighting on the working _surface. Each of the fixtur-s _usos two 4.0-watt daylight ianps. Th_? ballast cquipmeni give?.; a pow_^r factor _better than 90_^f ana the entire working surface in illi Iminated v/ith 15 Lo 20 foot. candl--?£ of 'light.

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

0? ... BITTERSWEET ' ~v ' a "0, wad some power the giftie gie us To see ourselves as others see us J" ( Sorryi Mr, Burns) Dear Aunt Sophronia: G-ee, things hare 'been sailing alor at a terrific pace. And dear aunty, ti scandal that has been going on. TshJ TshJ I'm sure you'll remember that Corazza girl. Well, the eyes that have been passing between her and Leo _Stadni are definitely on the Woo Woo side..,. Such examples of democracy: Birke and Gilbert are roommates, and they share everything together—including the hear of a certain Lois Long,...About Danks and Maher going steady, are they kiddir or are they?.Candidates for the per feet romance of the week are Kistler ar Brennan..»«Those Yosts are on the loose again—Alice and Cliff, and _Uancy and Tito..,,The girls are worried that all the good-looking boys will be drafted—and that Me Uelis and Bonner will be exempt...»Smokey wants a Lana Turner Swetter for Xmas..,,Adeline Defina receives letters from Sal, a student at Pitt, ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 19 December 1941

lAjfipl Jtajkfarv , _,i 9_^ STRICTLY SPORTS ! <h . _y The current edition of the H.U.C. basketball team has power, speed, and aggressiveness and promises to be one of j the beat teams in the history of the Oea-j ter. Sid Klemow and Smokey Me Nells, tvoi of last _year_*8 veterans, have been elected co-captains. j _ . The first game wae played with the i Vilkes-Barre Y.M.C.A., and although our i team lost by a score of 59 to 35» _th e "^" 1 found it rough sailing all the way. In our game with Pottsville, the j Hucsters showed a big improvement over their last gave even though they lost by j a 52-_^1 score. It really was quite a ' heated contest, j i i • December 10 was victory day for us for on that day we beat M&MI to the tune j of jk to 28. More than the victory in ; I importance was,the evidence that we had a well-rounded team that could play heads_*- up ball. It is your reporter's admoni- • ' j tion that you keep an eye on the boys— . they' re going places...

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

A FERVENT PEAYER My dear beloved Santa Claus, Please listen to my prayer; If you should come on Christmas eve Leave but one present there; _VTis not for myself I ask it, 'Tis for another—Please leave a handsome son-in-law Tor father and for mother, U: (Signed) _( L _^A ,,. Any C e nter Coe d

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

f _^ SUGGESTIONS FOR 5 k IMPROVING THE CENTER ' V L. Install an escalator or elevator so that the.students won't wear themselves cut walking tip and down stairs,, 20 L i ne the hall ? library;, and g ame room w i th mirrors in order th a t the coeds can conveniently comb their lustrous locks and apply war paint whenever they get the notion—which is plenty often0 , 3o Use John Powers models in the library to attract students who are aller g ic to "books, Ho Install a coke machine selling free cokes only. 5« Have a three-hour recess between all classes. 6O Eliminate sending marks home—or even eliminate marks, 7« Have the 'bannisters converted into sliding boards. S, Build a sun deck * Include overstuffed chairs, foot stools , and sundeck maids (preferably blondes without husbands). I | | Warfel:—I fainted; they brought me • to; so I fainted again. j Warfel_'s sidekick Miraldo:—"Why? ¦ _Warfel: —Well, they brought me two moreli i | ¦

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

. .. ._. __ I '*" Bear Aunt Sophronia: ( Continued) ! some of that very simple German....And ! aunty, did you know that Miles is in a ; love triangle? It' s Miles , Ann Marianc l and Tillie from Tresckow....Incidental! Miles recently took on a new extra-cur-| ricular activity, that of teaching the j art of fudge-making; he learned it at j Mariano's. How about a piece of fudge, I Pitdgie?...Betty and Genevieve still go to the M_.&M.I. dances, and by mere 6_e~ incidence, so do Pinger and Tommy Popo- ] vec—we know how you feel, Sholtis J—but—if Bashful Tommy doesn't wake up jhe may not find himself sitting by Genj evieve in German class. Tell him why, iWade....Everyone understands why Sergeant Jose Vazquez is beginning to stud I projectile problems in calculus....Defense, defense , de-fence, but oh for a , real "he-man" for Ce-gate(is). ; Sincerely, . - - -¦ ;_, Tranquil Tilly

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

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

! OFFICIAL BULLE T I N A iStudents: [ Just imagine, our vacation begins ! at 5 o'clock this afternoon, and we dor | have to come back till next year I \ Specifically, we must be back at ¦8:00 A_»MB on January 5 (if we are so | unlucky as to have 8 o'clocks). And ; then for those of us who decide to extend our vacations, there 's _that un~ I pleasant matter of a $5 assessment (no I defense tax). 1 iA

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

_&//f/</' * * C3 LJ R _*vJ O R1 A A WarJ That short word has dropped among us with all the force of the bombs that dropped on Pearl Harbor. It calls upon each of us to _reexamir his plans for the future* How and where can we serve best? What is our job? Three major avenues of service lie open for us to travel * The armed forces call upon the manpower of the nation according to a well prepared planthe selective service system. Industry needs workers and still moi workers to provide the machinery of defense and of offense. Education turns to the development of specialized personnel to provide leadership and technical skill. What road shall we travel? The answer to the question is not to be given out of some store of superior wisdon by.the faculty* Bach of us must weigh . many factors and come $0 a decision that is valid for himself. Certainly no action shoul be taken hastily nor under emotional stress* Much that is vital is at stake. ')¦' For most of us the job ...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 24 January 1942

SHOULD AiJLD _ACQUAINTS GE... ... "Should auid acquaintance be..forgot 1 _i.nd never brought to mind?" Old acquaintances—5_Tes, your pal, your locker partler, or even the fellow who mooched cigirettes from you all semester. Why this _snetimentalism? Because soon many of )ur classmates will leave the Center, _tnd will leave with us only fond memories of them. _Vihile we are one bag happy _"amiiy—and I think we- have been one—;e take our friendships for granted. It /ill only be after our friends have gone ,hat we will realize what they have meant ;o us. National Defense, requires many sacrifices - sacrifices by parents, students, aid teachers. In this emergency we must ill do what we can. Many of our young lert will serve _(Jncle Sam directly, in :he armed forces, others will engage in leiense work., and still _others will continue their studies on the Campus. Meanwhile we at the Center are already being iffee ted by the speed-up demands of National defense. Aside from the sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 24 January 1942

•_v IT LIBRARY _« ¦ Student Gav_^rament Association Meeting During. t?_fii^|4k -_^nd of F _sfeft?a ry 2C the Third i_^nuaP^^_g_^^the Perm sylyanla * Intercoliegiate Studen t Government Association will be held on the campus of Buckneli University in Lewisburg, Pa. ¦ Based on the theme, "The Role of Pennsylvania's Colleges and Universiti c in the Present V- 'ar", plans are being drawn up to make this one of the _.nost worthwhile conferences of its kii.cL Tk delegates will be invited from each of the state's universities, colleges, junior colleges, >and teacher's colleges Speakers are being procured from the Pennsylvania Council of Defnese, headed by Arnold C. Marts, who himself will be a speaker. Student Council has approved of sending two delegates to this conferene and has elected Jack Mulhall and George Sholtis to represent our school.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 24 January 1942

H.U.C. .REGISTRATION Students are expected to _register - for _the second semester of-the 194.1-42 term on Saturday, January 24., between 3:30 and 12;00 noon. As classes will not _begin until _W ednesday, January 28, at SsOO A.M., the students will _have a brief vacation. New students will be able to register _either on _Saturday, or on Tuesday, January 27, from 9;00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 24 January 1942

Skating Party Friday Night The end of the first semester at \ the H.U.C. will be punctuated i..y a _skating party (either ice or roller), on Friday night, January 2,5, followed by a house party at the Center. Per usual, refreshments will be served (they will be necessary after such exercise), and thoie (.ill bo games and dancing.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 24 January 1942

Lgnes Greshko intends " to be a nurse ;z? Ko, f oolis h, a nurse. ,iel Fine is trying to see(lia) getting a 3 average. Fine work, Clvira's dream man didn't bother | 2 mistletoe at Christmas time. ' Lties, you knowl Jerry Kalbach vs. National De-...... The i.icAdoo road vs. tires.. l-enevieve and Vic are getting fine. V'altz me around again, Lrio Brennan woes and wishes he _svery night I jOis—dQn' t worry if Stan leaves.. r will still be here frank Zadra is a school teacher! m tell by the pupils in his _ejjes.. fitabile—Danks—Vazquez ~* _£» ifhy does Jacqueline leave the imof lipstick on her Chenx blueifhat about"Knobby1 .' Lynch.and :an dancer? TicKlisft business "Three Feathers" . _Charlie whistled; Marion danced.,, not going to the Bucknell con* ;e. Spencer and his sun-tan lotion., _sxclusively in the Chem lab. :linton gave Nancy a ping-pong 3 before he went away. If Mike out the result will be just a paddle. Che curtain was drawn; there was Bishop of H.U.C. and Scarlett of _0.U...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 24 January 1942

_SHORTS Yes, Sir, K.U.C. has certain; turned out some fine "dribbles".. Among our notable stars are "Legs . iiicNelis and "peeVee" Cheppa.. .Man* City invaded the H.U.C. gym only i 1 turned back by the score of 53-27 The J.V.'s are some stuff—when tl come out on the floor , the crowd 1 red-hot--or is that the reflection Mulhall' s locks ............. Now to the most exciting game season—moaning the H.U.C.-S.U.C. We won 37-25...Both teams fought to nail" but old H.U.C. came _throi in the last few seconds kf the _gac The same evening there were of a unique "boxing team", but whe "Hippy" Hoovis trucked his' carcass the floor in the J.V. game, there news of a "wrestling team".... Whs Crunchl Plopi that's not _Wheaties that's Hoovis another _interes spectacle occurred when Earl Kunts • "We want Pollock." There was a 1c crash--someone threw in the bench. Even with all our power and Hoovi£ weight advantage, the J.V.'s lost 22. .Speaking of "dribbles", did y Koenigsberg and his Ne...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 24 January 1942

ERRONEOUS ¦_SULS_' _- _COHSTJMI_^C- TESTS MUSCULAR ABILITY Final Examination—MATHEM/IlTICS—Intended for Instructors and Others Similarly Affected Designed and Revised "by Dr. X» Coldpress Killjoy_* State Pen U Number.....,..,..._«.. ..,., . Date of Graduation. Professional Affliction, ( Omit the rest) Instructions: Write on one side of the paper only. Do all scratch work head. Make all answers "brief and to the point; however, if an answer com out even, make it pointless. Blank sheets will "be allowed 5 points for neatness. Veterans of previous classes will be given a 5~point handicap If all of your answers are wrongyou will "be given 90 points for honesty Do not speak to yo_\ir neighbor unless you know how to, do a problem; in sue casei "both of you should study your textbook together. You will have 0/2 5.f minutes to get out. READ LEISURELY AMD BE SURE HOT TO THINK. 1. Simplify; 1+1 Answer! 2 2. A man' s home is 100 yards away. Directly across the street, which is 15 yards...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 February 1942

Oil .BOTTLM-TSCXb When the bands of a stream become high and close together, the water '.Aust flow faster between them in order that the some amount of water .>ii f j.rb pass, any point per unit tine. If this were not so, the water- would pile up, ¦ flood the _surrounding terrain, and disastrous results would' ensue, -"o matter how broad and deep the bed of the creek rd.ght be anywhere else along its route, the trouble starts at the bottleneck. Our present national status might well be _lilcened to the stream of our _analogy. In order that the national stream might flow rr.pifi.ly and smoothly, we, none of us, can afford to be bottlenecks. Of course we hare heard of many ways in w hich we can " keep the stream flowing " without actually joining the armed forces. Conservation and utilization are fast becoming the keynoter of everyday life, ' .ie_'re _beginning; to save our old _newspapers, coo' /lnf_* utensils end tires, But a ;nore _important effort in this same direc...

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 February 1942

CUPID'S PROMEE/UJL; O n _S aturday evening, February 14, at the Catholic YJbmen's Club Dance of the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. The . dance this year will feature Valentine1 Day , and the souvenirs, dance cards, am decorations have cleverly carried out this motif_. Hovel dances will form a part of the evening 's entertainment, and at the close, refreshments will be served. Marion Lewis, president of the club, has appointed various committees which have been working steadily to complete plans for the dance_. Now with everything in dance shape the girls are looking forward to a greai success in this, their first major affair of the yearj

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 February 1942

DRAFT REGISTRATION All men who have reached their 20_tI birthday on or before December 311941 and vfho have not previousl y registered, will register with Mr, H erpel today_.

Publication Title: Hazleton Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 February 1942

SPORTS There is an old proverb that states that it is not the result of the game that countsbut the way the game is played. Last Tuesday evening our basketball team - lost to the Y.M.C_.A. team of Freeland by the overwhelming score of 70-13»'"This in itself -was not a disgrace; but the fact that in the writeup of the game in one of the local papers, the boys substituted the names of some of their classmates in the boxscore-—- this was the disgraceful part of the entire matter, There are two sides to this story, First, the team that played was a patched-up lineupbacause only six men ( four J - V_'s ) showed up for the game. Second, these boys did not want to take all the blame for the ignominious defeat_. To these reasons there are two !•©- " . plies. FIRST To the varsity; if you don't have enough interest in the team to show up for your regularly scheduled games you shouldn't bother to play at all, SECOND— To the J - V's ' who played the game i 'if you did your best, don't b...

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