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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

TOO SOON OLD AND TOO LATE SMART Al Hinger rn _he above is an old folk saying. It might be said that it _coild pertain to practically who have just read it* The activities in and around an undergraduate campus such as HIGHACRES ar_$, qui'ie naturally, limited when compared with the main university campus. Attendance at college is something most of us will accomplish only once during our lifetime. : e should attempt to make the memories of this.:action as pleasant as possible * The more we participate? the more we will have for reminisence* It is understandable that not all _students can participate in outside activities, some due to grades, others due to previous comm j _tmentSfl However, it would behoove thone _students who could do so, to engage in the extra-curricular activities the center has to offer. The student council-I am sure- would welcome any suggestions the students may make concerning things to do_» Check into the extra-curricular activities that are now fun...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

CAMPUS ELECTION by Ted Minor An election was held on Menday_, Febui'ary 24, 1958 to fill the vacant offices of Freshman Class President, and Freshman Student Council Representative» These offices, _formerly held by Ted Tarone and Grorge Ripsom, were vacated in January 1958 when Mr. Tarone acquired the status of a Sophomore, and Mr, Ripsom transferred to the main campus at University Park* With less than 3U% of the eligible voters casting their ballot, the following people were elected to office* Freshman President John Cappello Freshman council Rep. - Al Hinger Mr, Cappello will also assume the duties of Vice-President of the Student Council.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

GOSSIP INCORPORATED (cant.) In a more serious vein, we 'd like to congratulate the new president of the Freshman class, John Capello, "Funzy"j and also the hew member of Student Council, _Albert Hinger. By the way, we also want to greet the new fans who plan to matriculate at this great institution of higher learning,(?) —-You_'_JLl be _sorryi Well, if we haven't been anihilated by the time the next issue rolls around—We'll see youi It was great, Bee and Jay _PcSj May we have your autograph, "Kiia"???

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

COLLEGE COMMUNITY CHORUS NEWS Betty Kulig With practice underway, the College Community Chorus is preparing for its annual spring cencert, which will be presented in May» The main selection., Moaart's Requiem Mass will be sung in its entirety. This work includes the _principal parts _«£ the Mass* In addition te the piano and organ accompaniment, their will also be a small string ensemble * This premises to be a very enjoyable concert and everyone who enjoys music should plan t© attend,. _^HHH«HHHHKHHHHHHHH«H_«H«HttHHH«HH«HH«HH(^*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

HISTORY MADE EASY McKeesport" s Nittany Lines F-,-_^ ;t .s a'short biography of some of the in_^-rtaat aea in the history of the _varldo ST.-I TOITNEI - Best remembered for his invention of Cotton Gin, a new drink three _xirras dryer than a dry martini* Eli TJhit—r._ej was also a musician in his own right and was the composer of several musical winners, the most famous of which is '"After the Boll." NERO - A Roman big shot who played a "hot" fiddle. He had so many enemies that he kept the chief apothecary busy mixing up new kinds of poisons * Authorities believe there is some truth in the fact that Nero is the author of the play "Arcenic and Old Lace." _Tifhen things got a little dull in Rome, Nero gave his subjects the hot foot by setting fire to the Circus Maximusj a forerunner of Bai-num and Bailey* WILLIAM PEN - An English Quaker who received a land grant in America and traveled to this Country to claim it. However he got lost in Perm's Woods and had a hard time gettin...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

_SPORTH ni_*LITES Bernie Goydish Bowling Team Standings Mns Losses Fudge Factors T C North Siders 6 0 Dynamos 6 0 Fho Wits 3 f Pin Topplers 3 3 Pin Splitl ers 3 3 King Pins £ §• South Siders 0 6 Oscillators 0 6 Titians 0 6 Leading Averages Toth- 166 Gulliver-165 Yuresko- 165 _BewareUl All you men bowlers, we have a new _contender in cur _Is_^s'ie oalled "The Titians" which is oaap.vsed oft Annie McLaughlin Sandy Rimm JoAnn Edwards Babs Katchmarik (a real eldtimer) Basketball The _Tarheels scored an easy 54-38 victory over Duke * Tern Dru_^a paced the Tarheels and Meiss performed well for the losers.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

_jFROTC CASIT5 TO TAKE PHYSICAL EXAMS Tuesday B March As four cadet officers of the &PBOTCV Robert Parsons, Robert Edmunds, John Bodnar, and Albert Antolich, will take a physical examination at the main campusa This examination will determine whether or not the men will be able to take the advanced AFROTC course* This course le_^ds up to a c ommission as a 2nd Liautenarr in the U. S. Air Forse» Each of the me:, taking the physical has &I« ready pasfed an eight—hour written exr;"cNation, which was given here at High—ac.res_ in December* # _# # # * *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

ADD A FOURTH "R" TO SCHOOL WOHK by Ted Minor THROUGH USE OF VISUAL AIDS, PUPILS LEARN "REASON" BEHIND FACTS THEY .HAVE TAKEN FOR GRANTED. A new method of education is currently being experimented with on the West Coast_* Children start to learn science while they ar.. - _siiill in Kindergarten * The scope of \.hexr training advances as they reach hig_* . h e r _grades , and they attend many classes rcro covered by the "three r's"« The eternal "whys'1 6f childhood are answered scio:uii"ically and visibly as pupils learn the _rjaason .oehind everything they see in l-his raechanical age* Tel:-? in Kindergarten incubate eggs and v;a: _'._?h the chicks hatcho They learn health •i-du-a_^ion with a large-scale set of teeth _> r. model eye, and wooden figure,* Third-grade pupils learn basic science ta,:. v.3 and related mathematical concepts through the use of machines which employ the lever, the pulley, the inclined plane and the wheel. Iiiien conservation comes up in an...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

COLLEGIAN STAFF Editor-in-Chief—Tom Maxwell Assistane Ed- Fred Steckert Associate Ed_^ Stan Zdep Art Editor- —John Cappello Sports Editor- Bernard Goydish Reporters Al Hingart . Betty Kulig, Ted Minor, Gene Tihansky,- , Bernard Goydish8 Fred Steckert ; John Zisek_, Joanne Edwards, Barbara Katchmarik Typists —Gene Tihansky & Joanne Edwards » Faculty Advisor—Mr • Andrew Kafka. * ¦ «• * _# a * * _^ * * -::• * -* _# * **** **

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

NpT_FOUND__0N ATOMIC CHART from Scrautonr s ""' ClIB _? vf ROAR Name? _Fomen _SyruDol' , WOW I Socep-fed Atomic Weights 12_D _Occurrence _^"PounoT wherever man exists 3 seldom in free state* Physical Properties* Boils at nothing_^ inay~?ree ~ ze at anything - melts when properly treated,. Chemical Properties? Very active, poe-_» "~ s"ies " _s iii~"great effinity for gold; silver, platinum, and precious stonesj violent reaction when left alone ¦ , able to absorb great quantites of expensive food * tuj. -_~ ¦ LUVU _AMViikJ _- iV \-L _UVU t U W' . WJ- _^ . _^ ... ns green when placed next a better looking specimen. '. Uses; Highly ornemental, useful as tonic for low spirits _^ is probably the most powerful reducing agent known * Caution? Highly explosive* Variationst All present-day models are isotopes of origina_] Eve * ****** * * * * * ¦ « ¦ * * * * * * * * A COLLEGE CALENDAR Regluij/atiojj Matriculation Dissipation Elminiation ,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

HIGHAGRBS THROUGH THE EYES OF K 9 Q g BISHOP FLAGPOLE_SABOTAGED_ The stars-&-stripss have not been seen flying over HIGHA.GRES for several months_. Informed sources are saying that several AFEOTC cade bs sabotaged the _flagp_^,®;_, HIGHACRES GONE TO THE DOGS?_ _Attention administration, a dog placement _agency is being run out of the girls lounge* Don't let this thing get out of hand}

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

VALENTINE TOMFOOLERY by John Zisek Three of our Hazleton Center instructors '" "were not forgotten on February 14-th* - St. Valentine' s Day* Attorney Cohn received a lovely card from a "Mr* Tanner", author of the Pennsylvania Business Law textbook used in Commerce 30-31* Prof * Longo received greetings from "Mr, Filene" a Boston merchant who is well known to students of Marketinge As a crowning jester, Mr. Peightal was the recipient of salutations from "Fergy and liac _'_^_- conferred nicknames of the authors of a Political Science textbooko Please note - These cards were all postmarked Hazleton, Pa« By a process of deductive reasoning - the villain was narrox"-ed down to a _Business Administration Student * However, due to a normal guilty composure, an innocent_, but discriminating student was credited with masterminding this brilliant piano Note to above instructors - Mike Tomai ¦ will probably plead the fifth Amendment if _questioned* Mike was the sole pro-" moter of t...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

DO_GIRLS_BELONG IN_CHEM LABS? Hats off to Sandra Rimm for an interesting and educational experiment in the Friday Chem 2B lab. Seriously, we are all thankful that she was not seriously injured. After all, if she were incapacitated, even temporarily, many of us would fail miserably. Her guiding hand keeps us out of the dark in chemistry and calculus * * -;<¦ Vt ¦ «• * _*- _# * ¦ «• ¦ ?_: - Or * it _*- * _# * _#¦ • *¦ *•#¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

BOTAMY_OR CHEvlISTRY ? I'd like to know _tfrho the smart guy is who watered the plants in the !i Zoo lab" with furmaldehyde . ¦ I know the man must be dedicated to science, but if he had only come to men; I could have told him that plants receive no beneficial affects what-so-ever from _furmaldehyde.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

NO PARK1NG_COMMTTTEE__ Rumors state that there is, at the moment, no parking committee here at HIGHACRES? Move fun while it lasts all you illegial parkerso

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 March 1958

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 March 1958

AUXILIARY SELECTS COMMITTEE r' ie Women' s Auxiliary of Highacres recently named a committee for the annual May Day ceremony here * The meeting was held at the Hazleton Publie Library*. Miss Margaret Bellezza is chairman of the committee with Mrs * Victor Diehm-Mrs9 LeRoy Hinklef Mrs* Fred Esher, _- . . Paul Ferry; Mrs a John. Sippel and Mrs a Frank C * Kostos assisting her* A definite date for the ceremony has not been decided., Mrs» Elizabeth Bodenstein stated. She reported on the Center' s Student Council arrangements for May Day., which is sponsored jpir.iil'y by Theta Sigma Pi isorority s the Student _Council ? and the auxiliary*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 March 1958

INSTRUCTORS JUDGE ESSAY CONTEST A committee consisting of Prof * _FranK £• Kostos, Prof« Andrew Kafka, and Miss Lillian Junus recently judged the entries in the Tenth Annual Essay Contest for high school students in the 11th and 12th grades$ on "How Hiring the Handicapped Kelps You and Me," conducted by the T.-i-County Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped in co-operation with the Governor ' s and the President' s Committees* Following are the winners I First. Prize, $100 U,S. Savings Bond* j£x:hael Khoblaugh * (A senior at the Hazleton Senior High School) Second Prize ? $50 U.S. Savings Bonds Jeanne Wackley, (A senior in St_« 4nn_'s High School, Freeland) Third Prize, $25 UOS. Savings Bonds Pafricla Phillips. ( A senior in Black C,. *eek Township High School) ¦^_BBMHHfHBBHBHHMBHHBHHHHBBHtt_^^

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 March 1958

TARGET DATE SET FOR STUDENT UNION BUILDING Construction of the new student union building here at HIGHACEES will begin Saturday, Marsh 15? it _^as announced at a meeting _of the Hazleton _Educational Council, an advisory group to this campus * Edward Keller.3 director of general extension, and Stan GambelJjL, in charge of centers _s attended the meeting to discuss plans for the building. RaEoEdmundsj president of the council * turned over to the treasures? the $109 _oteok presented by the Women's _Auxiliary of the Center to th e council recently* "(Inroads also gave a brief summary of the meeting that he, Atty# Louis G_» Feldmarm and Frank c. Kostos > administrative head here, attended last weekend*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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