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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 February 1942

¦• ping-pohg Finally our long- awaited ping-pong tournament has gotten under way. In fact when you read this, paper, it will probably be over and the new Ping-Pong King will be known. Half of the contestants have already played up to the quarter-finals in which Miles Bonner and Sidney Klemow participated. Sidney Klemowthe winneris anxiously awaiting the semi-finalsand I don't blame him because he has already had his name inscribed on the trophy twice_. Half of the contestants have not yet reached the quart or-finalsbut if _yott vrill allow me to predict who will compete with Sidney Klemow in the semi-finalsI vrould say that Charles Bruch will be the lucky one. Anyhowhere's luck to Klemow and his unknown competitor_.

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

H.TJ.C. HONOR ROLL The Honor Roll of the Hazlet graduate Center is composed of st of the Center who have an average 2,00 or higherand are in the up of tho enrollment. The following ents have attained this standing first semester of the 1941-42 te ' r Sophomores: . . BruchC_. A, --2, Bastuscheclc, C,P, —.—— ~—2, ireshmens Marusak, F_. J.. 2 Defina, A.M. ———«_-—- -—2, Kistler, J. J_, ——-.——™-2_i Parsels, D,I, : -2, DeMarco, A,J, ———---¦-—•— 2 Siegel, S,L, -— ¦•—•——.— 2 BruchA, —2 MulhallJ. T. — 2

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

H.U.C. Feb . 13, 1942 Bear Kate, ' You should have come to H.U.C. Honestly we have the -most fun here* What with ping-pong half the day and pinochle the other -half*— especially. Ted Alex, whose five subjects are pinochle, pinochle, pinochlepinochle, and pinochle-— there is little time left to waste in classes_. You'd like our administrative head, i.ivt j _'erpel. When he comes into the game room and points his finger at the disorder, everyone hops up and collects the empty bottles lying around; I guess it's just-a guilty conscience. We're thinking about having a contest here to see who has the most alluring picture in his locker, The judges will be Joseph Petrillock, art student, Mr, Isenberg, art instructor, and Frank Knoth, engineering student ( lie was only a student engineerbut whoo—~ whoooooj. • And speaking of pictures, you should see the one of Birt ' Schneider in eighth grade while he was still wearing short pants, Did you know that the Greeks were fighting the Irish? I...

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

FORECASTING Clamber aboard, children, because we're off on the old "Center Social Choo • Choo." Heading down at full throttle, we meet our first social event on February 14, _"6he Girls' Dance and with it good strong punch which will get us in fit condition for our wooly trip to the Wild Vi ' ost Party of February 20, lasting froa sunset till sunrise. Then on karch 20, we will visit the "_#" for our Open House j when we'll get gyoming, swimming, and women. Now straighten your tie and get that Altamont odor off your breath, for on the evening of April 10, we will have a Fathers' Smoker, .;;:ad on the following day be in good condition, for April 11 is the date of the Mothers' Tea Now let's see—— that's over and we'll relax by having a Roller 'Skating Party o April 24, followed by our grand and _glor ious, gay and notorious Seventh Annual Dinner Dance, "So ends our night11 _.

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

INTRODUCING Mr, X, the new math teacher at H,U, was born goodness knows where and heaven knows when. As to his personal appearanc just look above, where he is quite faith fully portrayed. There is an almost spectral thinness about him» ¦ He was graduated from Any Old University, and after teaching n years, he married his wife and had z children_. His favorite hobby is having Mr, llerpel teach the math classes as long as possible, and his greatest dislike is _pitting in an appearance at H.U.C.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 13 February 1942

E.S.M.D.T. For the f ortK_^sL_^^&y-Ms^^_ast fifteen montha^^^Rffc1 . _oTO^^ ecJ defense _courdS^* to men and women _iwH _t Hazleton _areeR These courses sponsors * ? by the U.s| wof fife _Jog Bii&lWn serve the two-f ol»_purpose of . increasing- ' the efficienW_^jof the employed worker and of training'Nj^^siiB/^pl iae'e_* the ever increasing nee3S*""t)'f-~tiTS*"' nationt s war industries. The new program will be more flex ible than those of the past in that a more extensive range of subject matter will be covered in both elementary and advanced work dealing with engineeringapplied scienceand management in the field of engineering,Chemistry of Engineering Materials, Engineering,. Drafting, and Advanced Engineering Drafting are a few of the cours offered. In applied science,Metallurgical Inspection DPhysical Metallurgy II, and Fuels Analysis are but afew of the courses offered.In Management ther are courses, in Auditing,AdvancexTCorporation, Manufacturing, Accou...

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

SKETCH CLUB Why don't you gather your pencils and erasers some Tuesday night and come ifco the Sketch Club? Yes,we have a meeting every Tuesday, _nighty and those prospective"artista" seem_, to be developing some talent. The workor rather the recre ation, participated in is very interesting. Already the members have sketched from still lifedone some work in pastels r and sketched pictures. Mow we have started to make book-plates. At the last meeting the members sketched the designs for their plates,, and next week we plan to transfer them to linoleum blocks and begin cutting them. Oh, you can't sketch? We couldn't either, but we learned, and even learning was fun.And now this club is one of the most active in the Center. If you are interested in the Sketch Club,, watch the-bulletin .board for the time of meeting.

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

• U.O. .iadio JrTo_^rijn i..r. Taylor, t ' .r. Thorpe, and Dr. t'eadoll ure on a committee v/hich is planning a _serieo of rcdio programs to be _brotvdct st over the local radio _station .7AZL. The firot program,will be presented on _J.ondciy 16,at 8*15 P.i-. ' _« The broti.dcii.st3 are being arranged so thut they vill appeal to people _interested in either technical or nosr-technicul _subj acts .Scientific d&tu,_geographical,_historical,and mechanical aspects of i-Vte var,important facts concerning our relations v/ith AsiaSouth America, -and Europe' v;ill bo. presented \_,y members of the _Acuity and prominent rcen and women of this region. Present plans call for the lecture and forum typo of program ' . The radio committee would appreciate student comments and suggestions Especially would it be pleased if students would submit subjects of general interest and value*

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

( c _' ou't. from page 3) handsome,d..shing,,former student of Military School! Nancy Yost has go_>ne "Frenchy". I believe it was "Mademoiselle." that caused the return of pigtails. Did you hear the latest name for "Pepsi Cola"?0ur students call it "poison". Even "Doc"after an analysi of it,agrees as to the appropriateness of its new name. I wander why Torrence still lives. Kate here?s your chance to do you; part for the nation. Get defense bangs and save for defense guns. I remain until the CENTER wins a basketball game, Your own Sadie

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

Another new feature is the base Dail aurt board made and played bj the _better students. When the wea ther keeps our Softball players frorr practicing outside, they can keep ir training with this game. And don'1 let anyone tell you that home runs are made just for the asking. A lot of other things happened a( H. U. C. this year. Remember the exhibit of non-objective paintings'i That gave most of us a new conception of art. Some people talked learnedly about color harmony and rhythm of line—while others tried to figure out how they got "White Symphony" out of the big painting m ixoom 4. But it was an experience_. Less bizarre and more to the taste of the average students were the seascapes and John Henry Newman's water colors. Have you noticed that the Center is now open every night? And have you noticed just what goes on after you leave at 5 o'clock? If you had come in you would have imagined your watch was fooling you and that it was really 9 a.m. instead of 9 p.m.; for you might...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

This Summer Good evening everybody. This is your traveling reporter reporting his report. It seems that almost every member of the student body is going to be a busy little bee this summer (let's hope no one gets stung). All these fighting songs that have been blasting away on tne record player ij the game room seem to have had great influence on certain big, strong handsome male students — ail right then, they've had a great influence on certain drips. Messrs. Adkins Maher, Warfel, and Martini are all up in the air about this summer—they're all thinking of becoming flyers. George Sholtis is going out to the campus unless the draft changes his name to "_fard Bird" Sholtis. Ario Brennan is going back to nature as a tree surgeon s assistant. (I could make a crack about hoping he isn't barking up the wrong tree—but I won't.) "Chuck" Cowell is leaving the Center for somewhere, sometime after school closes, where eh expects to get a job doing something. He was the only person I _tp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

_\y Chem Prof ' Probably the most familiar char-. acter in the building is " Doc" Kieft. For five long years he 1ms been doling out the theories and practice of Chemistry, Those who have worked under him have been impressed by his faithfulness and his patience when working with students. Those of us who have become his friends have only one regret—we have taken him for granted. Now, after years of service, he is going to leave us to be Assistant Professor of Chemistry at _Bucknell University. Although the Center won't seem the same without him, we are very happy to see him advance. When asked to give a statement to the students, he said, "I have always enjoyed teaching at the Hazieton Center and Mrs. Kieft and I will miss the many friends we have made here. My very best wishes to everyone for success." I am sure that I state the students' opinion when I offer him best wishes for success and happiness in his new position. JLBST&? h!>EFT ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

SPORTS EBULLIENCE This column was given space in th< paper to review the sport activities oj the Center. Oh, so you think it's i waste of valuable space, because yoi remember them all. All right, Smarty what was the name of Wilkes-Barre'_s water boy? What happened to the score book? Who made the first anc final baskets of the game against the Freeland Y.M.C.A. at Freeland? Whc is the best tiddly-winks player ? Ii you can't answer these questions, you should not trust your memory for the most important events. Let us help you recall some of them. We all know that we had a basketball team. Ask any of our opponents and they'll tell you that we had a team that never stopped trying. With "Smokey " McNelis and Sid Klemow as co-leaders the team came through with five wins in twelve attempts.Two of those five wins were over Pottsville. Remember how our boys beat them on their own court and earned a trip to the Campus ? Our team was really red hot that night. It was Jack '"Red" ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

H.U.C. Calendar 1941-1942 September 23—Freshman Week is in full bloon with placement tests, conferences, the get-acquainted party and a gigantic picnic. Gosh what fun! (and what eats!) October Tribunal meets every _Fridaj this month. The maliciously innocent are being severely prosecuted. 31—What a peach of a Hallowe'en Party. Those little devils from H.U.C. had a "hot" time down below. November 11—Attorney Puhak gives an inspiring talk on this, the last peacetime Armistice Day. 21—Combination assembly and open house tonight. But, why the sermon on dangerous beverages for this bunch of tee-totalers?? 25—The Thanksgiving Dance is a great success with the aid of Junior McGuire's orchestra. December 19-—I'm so sore I can't sit down to tell you much about our first skating party. 25—Merry Christmas! Coming to the alumni All-College Dance tonight? George Summerson's orchestra will supply the swing and sway. January 18—Final exams this week. No sleep, no time, no joke! 21—Short vaca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

WE LOVE OUR PROFS They re always telling us that profs are human guys. Let's strip off the academic crust and have a look. What do our Center sages do in their spare time? Exclaims Mr. Isenbeng, "What spare time? Are you kidding?" But anyway, they get together once a month to eat and play. At most of the covered-dish socials some half-dozen anti-social men spoil the plans of the good mixers by going off, preferably to another room, to play pinochle. Quote, Mr. Isenberg, "I'll never -play again." The rest of the party-goers get along as best they may with bridge and games. The last social, though, was one to end all socials. Games were the order of the evening—especially games of identification. What Center husbands didn't know their own wives' fair limbs? Mrs, Kieft and Mrs. Thorpe were chagrined to find that their husbands were not connoisseurs. P. S.—Our "art" instructor did all right! Mr. Thorpe was not so hot at kisses either. He swore up and down that Dr. Kieft's delicate...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

H. U. C. May 8, 1942 Dear Tillie: Here are some choice little bits of news to tickle your big ears . . . it's about the juciest bit of mud of the curren t wolfing season . . . Do you remember that cute Corazza girl from the metropolis of Freeland ? . . . well, l'amour l'amour, the German class friendship has ripened into a dinnerdance date. . . About Danks ? . . . she's still receiving letters from Charlie. . . can hardly wait till tonight to see Ruth D. . . . you known, she's the girl Al Bishop is so gaga about . . . yes and I ' m dying to see the other Ruthie, Klemow's Ashley flame. . . . Even though all the contests are closed, I nominate Vic and Genny for the ideal couple ... if he ' d only comb his hair. Did you hear about Jackie Kistler chasing that cute fellow? . . . Tillie, which do you think John L. likes better, Eleanore's limb exercises in German class, or her entrance to class via the fire escape . . . the ideal back seat couple, N. Yost and Marusak . . . surprising, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

| The Women I THE WOMEN—that _enterprisinj group that manages to have a roon all to itseif at H.U.C. What has com< out of those meetings in the roon j ust off the . library ? The year began with the _assigning of a ireshman "little sister" to _everj sophomore girl. This was the firs time that such a plan was tried ai the _Hazieton Center, but the result* were so satisfactory that we hope ii will become a tradition. The "big sisters" helped the new girls througl the program of .Freshman Week anc registration, helped them find secondhand books, and tried to make them feel as if they "belonged". A tea given by the sophomores at the home oi the Pendells concluded the formal activities of the Big Sisters, but the spirit continued into the semester. The Women sponsored social events for others besides themselves. In October they gave a tea for the faculty and students in the Center library. Even those students who frankly said that they didn't like teas came and seemed to enj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

Here It Is! At long last, the results of th student poll are out. The choices madi indicate a rather careful ( ?) consider _ation of candidates and whole-heartei co-operative effort by the studen body. As a matter of fact, co-opera tion by '.he students was so enthus iastic tha1 . the ballots were passed out _collected, and tabulated in two days! Results of the poll are included ii _* he following list of electees: 1. The most popular girl—Eleanort DeGatis. 2. The most popular fellow—Jacl. Maher, 3. The best-dressed girl—Eleanors DeGatis. 4. Tha best-dressed fellow — A Bishop. 5. The nicest-looking girl — Bettj Corazza. 6. The most handsome fellow—Vic Martini. 7. The most temperamental studeni — Jean Danks. _> 8. The ideal athlete—Al Durback. 9. The most-dated girl—Jean Danks. 10. The smoothest dancer (girl)—Jackie Kistler. 11. The smoothest dancer (fellow) —"Smokey " _MoNelis. 12. The student most likely to succeed—Francis Marusak. 13. The,most popular teacher—Dr. Kief...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Hazleton Collegian — 1 June 1942

I SCHOOL SPIRIT I During our mad rush through life it often gives us new hope, courage and energy to pause, look about us and note the status of our associate! Defore turning again to the _absorbing problems of life. We might just as easily apply this idea to our schoo as a whole for no reason other thai to tind just where it excels _othei schools of its kind. One characteristic of the Center that has not beer brought to our immediate attentior, for some time is the spirit displayed by the students. Our intimate association with this spirit is apt to becloud the condition but nevertheless it is still there playing an important part in developing atmosphere about the school. Of course it might be said that with a limited enrollment people get acquainted more quickly. This may be true (but there are some other more impelling reasons for our school spirit than that. The attitude of the faculty and the customs of the second-year students (probably contribute most to its developmen...

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