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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

HIGHACRES SOCIAL CALENDAR by Ted Minor Also on the social agenda is a class picnic to be held at Rumbles Park. - The exact date for this affair is not 3_*_A «et_» Rumbles Park has been chosen boa&aujaeamong other things, it has a dan<je hall and a _swiiaaing pool* Last _bvifc liy »©.. _hlOJMu_* ._li_^_a _ait .i_^.XH^^_Hity _, We of the student counciltogether with the _members of the social coKiCiittee wish to extend our r.:ost sincere appreciation to the student body for the _tremendous response and cooperation they afforded us at the dance held Friday evening. We also wish to thank those faculty _members and their wives who so generously relinquished their valuable time to chaperone the affair. Our next scheduled affair will be the May Day Seiui-rfoni.al. This gala affair will be held the evening of May 17, at the Jewish Community Center. vocation exercises* This affair will be held on June 4at Genetti' s Pennsylvania Room* It will consist primarily of a...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

CONVOCATION DATE SET Ted Minor The big event of the year, oir _annmal convoeation exercises, has been set for Wednesday, June 4-th , The colorful affail will be _feeld in Genetti_' s Pennsylvania Boon and will be highlighted by a dance following a dinner. The guest _spsaker for the affair will be Dr. Merritt A* WilliamsonDean of the College of Engineering and Architecture* This position was formerly held by Dr. T_'alker, our University' s President. Awards will be presented to students who have i_^ade valuable contributions to our institution * Athletic awards will also be presentedand students of exceptional scholastic ability will also be recognized. Students are asked to watch for more _information concerning this affair*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

Free room_, and board every time I _pasaed through that town, plus twenty thousand dollars. Then I got on my horse and dode for the saloon. As I rode up, I heard a fight starting in the saloon. I _flamped. off my horse and started running for the entrancej but I slipped and fell in a mud puddle. I scrambled to _oy feet and _immediately fired the writer who put that blasted mud _pmddle in the scene* When I walked through the door of the saloons I saw an old _tan with gray hair facin i a yo-sng cowpoke, with his guns hanging low I _jtaaped in between them , and stared the cowpoke straight in the eye* He looked at n.e and said, "you're in the way,; folia, novel" I kept staring at him and said, "Mister if you want to go against that old can, you'll have to go against xue first*" " All right," he said, "but let's take it fair; put that shotgun downi" I didn't want to, but the director motioned that I had to* He looked tough, and was probably fast, but I was confident. He night ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

SHIVER SINNERS 1 ¦¦ ILI1" ' - ' ¦ - ¦ ¦ by B. & J_« Greetings Group f rot. two who have just barely recourred fro& the blast at the I.S.D.A. last _Friday night. That was really a ball, at least until they closed the bar due to a certain person's complaint. Too bad some of then had to I miss it_« , Speaking of the dance, we'd like to inquire as to the whereabouts of two of the fans after the dance. How about it _„-¦ . , _. . Rocky and Joni? Some of the group are saying that A.M_» is interested in G.B., but is G.B. interested in A.M.? Congratulations to the new mother. We understand that Cadet Captain John Bodnar wants to be looked up to by his men as their _mother and their god when they are on the drill field during the "happy-hour." Why don't they do hit. one better— Since he has an obvious mother complex (better'd see McKinstry quick, Mr. Bodnar), why not call him "MOTHER" all the time boys, not only those two stingy hours a week. We've been told that a...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

GREAT TEACKEiS feF HIGHACRE& " Over the yearsHIGHACRES has had some truly outstanding instructors serve as members of the faculty* As a special featurewe _woiild like to tell you about a few of these really great professors * PROFESSOR HANS QUICKFINGERS Professor Quickfingers of the Psychology department is one of Americans foremost, and when we say foremost, we »eso.\lt _* criminologists_* This summer he made a hasty tour of the country. He got as far as the Mexican border where he was met by _colleagties and accompanied on a guided tour to Fort LeavenwirthKan_« Recently, howeverseveral business associates immersed him in a large vat of cementwhere he became part of the highway system between Harrisbirg and Philadelphia. Professor W_. Ed Pantee Professir Pantee is the youngest man to have a full professorship in the Chemistry department* Professor Pantee is a specialist in the theories of the _bouncing ballexpanding bubble gum 'jand pilesminature trains, mud cak...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

ENGLISH FACULTY ATTENDS MEETING THE _£S _W. The HIGHACRES English 'faculty attended the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Philadelphia over the last week enfl of _Maech_* Professor Andrew Kafka was instrumental in the local planning and as a co~chairm' of a four—session workshop which exf.iored the subject, " The Advanced Course In _Expository Writing* Aims, TexJ o and Methods#" The Conference on College Compositions.' and Communication is a permanent gro,.:p within the National _Council of Teacbe: ; of English. The reuent meeting, whi-V. was t&e ninth annual spring meeting _* was held in the Hotel Benjamin FranMb-One of the distinguished persons address the meeting was Pearl Buck, well-know):. American author* #**###*¦# •###### ?####¦#

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

SHIVER SINNERS, continued | attending classes at the campus (when she isn't cutting them) will soon _reswae reporting duties for the COLLEGIAN* All you lucky people will have the - ¦ opportunity of seeing the campus through her eyes (God help the campus). We leave you with this thought! . if things look black * you can always commit s«icide«

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

STUD;.NT OF THE MOUTH Melvin McMuff is a. sophpmore who is majoring in garbage collecting, and. minoring in dish-washing. - He hails fr< Shanjytown, where his ability to shake out dust mops gave.him the recognition needed for a scholarship. Melvin*s hobbies include marbles, playing with dolls, and making mud piej He has a reputation for making oxcoliei snow balls, provided that there' s snow, Last week Melvin scored a 2-3 per cor.it in: an exam on "The Evolution of the _Moj; and also scored a 100 per cent on "Hot/ to Handle the '58 Model Garbage Can." At present he sports a 97 average, which he says, "wouldn't be possible if it wasn't for my mother." She is a retired garbage collector. McMuff's chief gripes are " people who throw the mashed potatoes in the bottom_, and "people who ea t all their mashed potatoes." His favorite foods are beam and mashed potatoes. He has offers from five major cities to start as chie: can emptier, at §40 a week and all he can eat. ¦55- #...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

HEWS FROM HERSHEY JUNIOR COLLEGE IKE ASSASSINATED It was released by the government yesterday that Ike Smith, local garbage collector, was killed the other day by a flying garbage can. An investigation by the F. 3.G_. C. (Federal Bureau of Garbage Cans) revealed that it was the plot of an:, underground movement, in other words the U.S.W. (United Sewer Workers). It was further disclosed that the garbage consisted of coffee grounds, mashed potatoes, spinach, and rotten apples. This clue led Herbert Hoober to arrest the president of the U.S.W., but the president was in the process ofi " shooting crap" in the sewers, to " supplement his • meager wages. " This is what is known aa a "floating crap game. " However, they finally apprehended him, and after beating him for 36 hours, got a confession Burial will take place in two days for both men. This is a news release from the United Mess. ¦ _fc 45 ¦ _%¦ ->f _# * * _i' r ft A- * -tt * * -X _# % -tt * * 1 / f _1 •}<¦ "K...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

-X- - •K'_r *> _r FACULTY MEMBER OF THE MOHTH Professor Mamhoff Prof. Mamhoff teaches biology and other such jazz. He received his master' s degree from Johnstown Junior College,, and since then has been teaching biology. He has been instructing human biology since 1889, and still enjoys a good dissection; ( Failing students often donate a limb for a guaranteed D-.) * His hobbies include; Selling lab supplies at black market prices, keeping students in a state of extreme nervousness, and selling nerve tablets. It is rumored that he uses formaldehyde instead of sugar in his coffee_. He is, a member of the following organizations! Anti-American League,, Shoplifters, Inc. Mickey Mouse Club, and Black " Kn ightg Motorcycle Club, •K- _a _# -_* -5' r -15- -it •*- • >«. ._# ¦«• -)(- >_W * -& •}{• ¦_& -K K- -5S-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

SPECIALTY NUMBER (ECOMOMiECS 9-HOUR EXAM. The following _question is optional, and need not be answered. No credit will be given for a correct answer, but lots of discredit will be given , for an.incorr&ct one. Multiple choice: 1. There is an. ( old lady, young manSt. Bernard) living in the state of Hew (_Jersey, YorkEngland) who has the only outstanding shares in the (FordCordwheel-chair) (family, gang), ( SheHim, It) (refuses, choosesamuses) to sell these (hairs, shareschairs) back to the corporation. The corporation has offered (herhimit) a (great deal of, small amount ofpeanuts) (honey, money, baloney) for (it, them) , I think (he, she, it) is being ( dumb, numb, fun, shrewd). Defend your answer to this question in not less thamSOOO words. •ft _#¦ -K- -5:- -K- -ft -K- _K -H- ft _tt ft ft _*- -Sfr -;!- -3S- X -tt •* ¦$(- * -Si- •?{¦ •* # -ft •"- -ft ~X- tt -X- -X- -;:- -K- -.' <? •!!- -JC- •* ¦?!• _# -5J- -X-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

Prof• "Mr, Jones, I hate to tell you, but your son is a moron." Jones: "Where is he? 1811 teach that young pup to join a _fraternity without consulting me. "¦» ¦_& ¦ }«• ¦* ¦_&#*¦» *¦*» * * _?isir mnrif ¦ «• •->««• ->r -j ¦ «• _}; ¦ ¦ «• "Well, " sighed the first, "that ' s one or me. Just goes to show you how little 1 know about the Bible. " ¦ft •* -k- * ¦» •* -;:¦ •;$¦ -;;- -/, ¦ _# -ir _# •_# -:;- -;;• ¦* •)«• -:<- -m-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

* * * • » *» " " •• •» * Two professors were strolling through an exhibit of fine arts. "Say" said one, "that ' s a fine bust of Robert Burns,5ver therei" "That's not Robert Burns" snapped the other, "that•a William Shakespeare <"

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft A sexton cleaning up the pulpit after Sunday service took a peek at the preacher ' s manuscript. Along the left margin were instructions such as: "Pause here" "Wipe brow hero, " " use angry _fisJ gesture," "Look upward." Hear the end was a long paragraph of te3_q_£s,, o pposite which the preacher had marked in large capital letters: Argument weak here, yell like hellI" 4 itJit i _i j _' t Ml _Jt -VAt »<j/_jv»* v

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

* * _«-« •- - -w w _w - -sr w -w _w ;«; _; An American engintter was being shown through the Moscow subway by his official Red Army guide, "This is a reoarkabley well-designed subway" he said"but why aren't there any trains running?11 "Replied the Russian, "And what about the lynching in the South?" -;e •* -fr##-K-## •_& ¦ »¦ •}«• -M- -::- * _*- % ¦ _; ?¦ •* ¦ ;$¦ ¦ _%¦ -" -

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

Soon after the newlyweds came back from their honeymoonthe bride decided to cook her first chicken. _When the husband began to carve it, he asked, ¦"TJhat did you stuff it with, dear?" "I didn't have to stuff it," she replied, "It wasn't hollow. " _# •)(• -JC- ¦_# •)$• •* •«• # -M- -JS- X !f -;<• ¦_%¦ 4(- * _x. _m. *\ *\ r\ n \ n f\ f\ 4\ _ti _7_V ^\ 7_f "_?_c 7^"

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

_f\ \ \ \ _\ /» _J» ¦* r_* _»» *» r* ¦• »_' _"_^ ¦¦ _'¦ ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft A priest saw one of his parishioners hanging drunkenly on a lamp post. " For shame young man * _that ' s gotten,. into you?" "Three Fathers,, feather." ¦«• _x -x- •?(- * ¦»:• ¦ ;{¦ _# * * * ¦«• -x- -«• _x -x- * x- •_& -x-C _M. J. Je. . _J' - J. J' _ J>'. _,> . . __ _ _

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

H_6W TO PARK YOUR CAR AT THE TOP OF THE HILL AND GET AMY WITH IT I would like to point out that this article was written after exte&sive research "including personal interviews and close _observation of the techniques involved_^ Everyone is familiarby now, with parking rules and regulations which govern the resting place of automobiles within the territorial _confines of HIGHACR_^So It is common knowledgetoothat any student who, with careless abandon and reckless defiance, would venture to park his car somewhwre in the high altitudes has little chance of escaping a yellow tag which invites him to contribute two "bucks to the "beer fund. " F:_?om the careful study which I mentioned earlierfive distinct methods have fceen disseveredi A THE CAMOFLAGUE _METHOft_, Wteran students should be good at this sort of thing, and nonveterans can catch o:u quickly. The car is brought to the top of the hill _aoar one of the school buildingsj various boards and trailing vines are...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 April 1958

CeNFUSION,.. One day I was trying to write down a recipe that was being given over the radio. But no matter how I tried, I kept getting two stations at once* ¦When I finished, this is what I had# "Hands on hips, place one cup of flour on your shoulder, raise knees and mix thoroughly in one half cup of milk* Repeate six times. Inhale quickly one half teaspoon baking powderf lower legs and mash two hard boiled eggs« Exhale» breathe naturally and pour into bowl.. Now lie flat on the floorroll in the whites of two eggs backward and forwarc until it cones to a boil* In ten ninutes, renove fron fire and rub wit;-. a towel* Breathe _natiirallyy dress to warn _flanwols and aerv_« _iri_*fcii _Ijonafco _soud_» <» ##?#*¦#########??#?#

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