Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, February 28, 1942, Image 5

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racr—but it breaks a New»
A fool, and his honey arc soon
Two's comnany, and three's a
taxi, driver.
Birds of one fc thcr ought to
catch cold.
Happiness—Nothing.to do and lots of
time to do it in.
Wrestler A man who is hard pressed
for cash.
Publicity—Something we get when we
do the wrong thing.
Bricklayer-A man who makesVais..money
by (hod) work.
Expcrience-Tho thing you get when
you’re looking for some
thing olse.
Pretzel Manufacturer —Someone who
makes his money in crook
ed dough.
Boxing Instructor —A man who touches
that it's better to give
than to reeive.
Silence—--What you don't hear when
you listen. ■
Optimist—>A men who falls from the j
top of a twenty-story j
building and at each floor j
shouts, "All right so far."j
Assignment of the Week— j
‘ Tomorrow we shall take the life j
of Thomas Edison, Please come pre
pared. !
Question of the Week-- !
When you tell a girl sho’s be- j
witching, do you moan she’s like an j
old hag? . j
Pact of the Week —
They don’t need insane
in Arabia because there are
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. one--
:e a sym
oar’s Res-
Flashy Mister X has join 0 d the
faculty of our Center i Immediately
everyone wants to .’oiow more about
"What ’ s his. M?” .
"What doos ho look like?"
Hold on, students; one ques
tion at a tine,- Let’s begin by
caving that the first important
event ’of his life occurred. when he
was born, Then he was given tho
name of Joe 1 Eshlomen; then it was
Joel T.'Eshloaon. In 1913,-he gradu
ated from Penn State and a B.A, was
added after his name. After a year
of study at the .University of Chicago
M.S, was attached. Thou in 1922
after eight years, of hard work at
the s.mo University, he received
his Ph.D. degree and his full name
became Joel T. Esnloraan, 8.A.,
■While he was Getting these deg
rees he also found sometime to teach
at'Western Reserve (Cleveland), Un
iversity of Rochester, University cf
Permsylv..nia, St. Lawrence University
(Canton, N.Y.), Heidieberg College
(Illinois), and at a.military artil
lary schoolin 1917. To this long
list we may add the nmne of the
Hazleton Undergraduate Center. We
hope that it will ran]- high in his
His work in mathematics was
brought to an en„ in the winter of
1328 whan he suffered a nervous
breakdown. Not able to do what he
liked’ most, Dr. Eshlcman turned to
raising chickens -and dogs. His home
town' is Paradise, Pennsylvania, near
Lancaster. His kennel contains
about fifty dogs—setters, pointers,
and cocker sp niels.
His facorite sports are golf,
tennis, and hunting grouse. If ho
cannot partake in any of those out
door sports, he plays choss. Some
times he goes to the theatre for an
evening of entertainment. He has no
favorite movio personality, and is
mainly interested in the entertainrao
menfc offered;