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The Radio Forum
The Radio Forum, "Hazleton's
College of the Air", under the spon
sorship of the Penn State Center, has
been in every sense a practical ser
vice to the community. The main pur
pose behind this forum has been to
acquaint the general public with the
background and future aspects of the
war, and at the same time to give the
public some practical information
concerning such things as chemical
warfare, propaganda, and relation of
the citizenry to the war effort.
This radio forum has for the
most part been directed by the pro
fessors at the Center. They have plan
ned the program and -taken active part
in all the discussions. But at the
same time,; 1 prominent citizens and Cen
ter students have also been invited to
participate in the discussions.
The next program of the current
series concerns itself with the Army
Day celebration on Monday, April 6.
The topic for discussion will be
"Your United States Army."
From our administration comes
the news that the Easter vacation
begins Thursday, April 2, 1942, at
ssoo P.M. and lasts until B*oo A.M.
Monday morning, April 6, 1942. As you
all know, the vacation is somewhat
shorter due to the war situation.
Mr. Chase replaced Mr. Isenberg
this week as faculty advisor for the
College Student Union. Said Mr.
Isenberg when asked for information,
(quote)".*. ".(unquote). Mr.
Chase affirmed Mr. Isenberg's state
A man hopes his lean years are
all behind him, but a woman hopes
that plenty of hers are still ahead.
As the medium cried when the
ectoplasm came in, "That's the
"That was a bad fall," said the
salesman as he looked over his report
from September, October, and November
Then there was the contortion
ist who had to give up his work be
cause he couldn't make both ends meet
"The doctor will see you in
side," said the nurse to the patient
on the operating table.
Then there's the proud father
who wanted his son to be a carpenter,
so he sent him to boarding school.
When road-hog meets road-hog,
it's the survival of the hittest.
Faculty Advisor—Mr. Taylor
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If you were to see him at a
restaurant, you would most likely see
on his platter, chicken or beef, tom
atoes, egg plant, potatoes, or tur
nips, but never spinach.
Well, that's the mysterious
Mister X. Now you know him as Dr.
Eshleman. We all say "Greetings and
Calculations, Dr. Eshleman."
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