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SHOULD AiJLD ACQUAINTANCE....
"Should auid acquaintance be.forgot 1
and never brought to mind?" Old acquain
tances —?es, your pal, your locker part
ner, or even the fellow who mooched cig
arettes from you all semester. Why this
snetimentalism? Because soon many of
our classmates will leave the Center,
and will leave vdth us only fond memor
ies of them. While we are one big happy
family—and I think we- have been one—
we take our friendships for granted. It
will only be after our friends have gone
that we will realize what they have meant
National Defense requires many sacri
fices - sacrifices by parents, students,
and teachers. <ln this emergency we must
all do what we can. Many of our young
men will serve (Jncle Sam directly, in
the armed forces, others will engage in
deiense work, and still others will con
tinue their studies on the Campus. Mean
while we at the Center are already being
affected by the speed-up demands of
national defense. Aside from the shor
tened semester which has already been an
nounced, plans for a summer session were
approved early this week by the College
Council on Administration.
To the students who are leaving we
luck and success in whatever they
oe planning to do. To the students
rearain at the Center we say: may
you do your best in the coming semester.
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Penn sy Ivanna ent
Government Association will be held oi
the campus of Buckneli University in
■Based on the theme, "The Role of
Pennsylvania's Colleges and Uhiversiti
in the Present Par", plans are being
drawn up to make this one of the roost
worthwhile conferences of its kind. T
delegates will be invited from each of
the state's universities, colleges,
junior colleges,'and teacher's college
Speakers are being procured from the
Pennsylvania Council of Def'nese, head?
by Arnold C. Marts, who himself will
be a speaker.
Student Council has approved of
sending two delegates to this conferen
and has elected Jack Mulhall and Georg
Sholtis to represent our school.
H .U.C:. REGISTRATION
Students are expected to register
for the second semester of-the 1941-42
term on Saturday , January 24, between
3:30. and 12:00 noon. As classes will
not begin until Wednesday, January 23,
at 8:00 A.M., the students will have a
brief vacation. New students wall be
able to register either on Saturday, o
on Tuesday, January 27, from 9:00 A.M.
to 4:00 P.M.
Sk&ting Party Friday Night
The end of the first semester at
the H.U.C. will be punctuated Ly 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 there will bo gam'