Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, February 13, 1942, Image 1

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When the bands of a stream become
high and close together, the water
must flow faster between them in order
that the same amount of water might
pass, any point per unit tine. If this
were not so, the water-would pile up,
Jflood the surrounding terrain, and
disastrous results would; ensue, mo
matter how broad and deep the bed of
the creek night be anywhere else along
its route, the trouble starts at the
Our present national status might
well be likened to the stream of our
analogy. In order that the national
stream might flow rapidly and smoothly,
we, none of us, can afford to be bottle'
necks. Of course we hare heard of
many ways in w liich we can weep the
stream flowing' 1 without actually join
ing the armed forces. Conservation
and utilization are fast becoming the
keynoter of everyday life, he're
beginning to save our old newspapers,
cooling utensils and tires. Out a
.more important effort in this same
direction, might well be eneried by
many of us. This effort concerns doing
our best in colle v e.
.The difference between the worn
required to mass a course and that need
ed to just flunk it, is surprisingly
small compared with the original effort
needed to take the course, we, each
of us, represent quite an investment
by society. Passing a course suggests
& step forward, a partial reward for
•work done.
Scholastic failure replies lack
of ability to cope with difficulties,
indifference toward society, discourag
ement « ■ 6 owe it to ouruel’ves and. our
countiu" to broaden the national
Ir.r cioinf-: everythin?; in our power to
couplete our respective courses success
fully, y
Penn State Center, Hazleton
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On Saturday evening, February 14,
at the Catholic Women's Club Dance of
the Hazleton Undergraduate Center. The
dance this year will feature Valentine’s
Day, and the souvenirs, dance cards, and
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 great
success in this, their first major
affair of the yearl
All men who have reached their 20th
birthday on or before December 31, 1941,
and who have not previously registered,
mil register with Mr. Herpel today.
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