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

LIBRARY NOTES Art Lingousky The HIGHACRES LIBRARY has received its first donation to its catalog of fine books? previously secured only through University funds , T he donation was t:: .e present of Harold Rowland who ran a library in the Traders Bank Building irj. HasletonThe donation consisted of 79; " books, including all fields ci_^alogued _* Of particular interest nay be Lhe fact that of these 195 books 13'S are fiction, widely increasing both the quantity and quality of books for general reading pleasure of the student _enrollment Did you know the library has these? Sack " Down The Ridge, W«L_»_Tffhlte_« The story of what happens to the nan who get " clobbered" in Korea, The story of the average _American boy, of his thoughts, _, his buddieshis enetdes, and of the curious little war which all Fere sent out to fight_. The _Wonan With The Ihip_, Maria Flores« The biography of the nost hated, worshiped, glamorous, and powerful woman in South America in the person of Eva P...

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

_1H0 IS THE STUDENT? In this exclusive interviewthe editors of the Collegian hope to present you a background story of a typical Highacres _students "My name is Artie Lightfingers_, Before coming to this institution of higher learning I indulged in cany activities. a few of which I will relate to you now* I was once part owner of a publishing house, I mean bookr. .aking firm. They were the good old days* I still can remember how I worked that old schoolteacher over when she didn't want to pay up her bets. She finally saw it i.y ?raythough_. In ny wilder days I was top boss of the numbers racket in Hazleton_# I was ready to expand Wilkes-Barre and Tamaqua when they closed in. However? I managed to elude the men in _bltte and than went into business in the McAdoo areat Unfortunatelythe authorities didn't like lj establishment;, and you guessed it, I was again put out of business. Things were not always so darkhoweverbecause I can remember the prohibition days when I had my sti...

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

( Who Is The Student cont.) 1500 gallons a day. Even then I couldnH keep up my _shipments to the New York nobs because the neighbors bought most of the stuff* Because of this, I was in danger of being rubbed out on many occasions* But mobs never do v._ncleratando ¥;/ underworld career was interrupted temporarily when I wns drafted_. As fate would have it-. I was an MP« It all happened one night when Z was running a crap _gar.e in a beat-up barc About mid-night _tli_^ 7irhi3tle-and-3li:.b boys crashed the gare.-. It was a hell of a fight* To this _di" i I can remember the look on that M? s face as I boped hie with that whiskey bottle. The shame of it was that the bottle hadn't been opened yet. Then I put on his helmet and shoulder band* When the fight subsided I helped the ._* o_'uer MP's arrest the whole damn bunch of _jyjjblers* For this brave feat I was c..v._irded a citation* I learned a lot from ¦ ohat experience* First of allnever run a crap game when you are in the armed...

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

,. THE POET COULDN'T MAKE IT. BIJT OLGA DID iff t_¥ _tt iv _tv _ir if ¦ ¦ _tt _tt I hear a robin in the woods _\ I see a cloud up in the sky* The sky is _blus, The woods is green It's the purtiest pitcher I ever seen. THAT'S THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES Why are the girls so swoet and nice, At the men ' s beckoned call? Why do they flutterwink, and smilo? It's simple- tho Mil. Ball! _M. M- A!. M. M. Jl. _M. 1L _1L M. It. JL M. _M. X. M. _JL M. M. li.

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

BAKE SALE TO BE CONDUCTED There will be a bake sale on Saturday, April 19, from 9_t30 A. M. to _UtQO FM, at the Bon-Ton, downtown Hazletonsponsored by The THETA SIGMA PI Sorority, The proceeds will go to UNICHEF (United Nations Children ' s Fund). Donations of cakes, cookiescandy, or homG-nade bread are welcome. These may be _brought to the Bon-Ton direct, or to the folioing addresses in towni 518 Peace Street (Judith C. Phillips) 144- South Laurel ( Katherine _Barthn._' ._iTVj) Mrs# Elizabeth Bodenstein ,¦ Women'a Advisor*

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

r * n *_w 7* I* TV w _rr w *_v n COLLEGIAN STAFF # Editor—in-chief...». Tom Maxwell Assistant Editor***. Fred Steckort Associate Editor**.. Stan Zdep Art Editor.•••••••., John Cappollo Reporters••»•••••*•» Barbara Katchmarikj Art Lingousky, Olga Markus, John Bodnar_, Joanne _Edwalls, Ted Minor, Tom Maxwell Typists*••*•*..»*••• _Geno Tihansky, Joanne _Edwaeds, Ton Maxwell And what is _iaoroj people in glass houses shouldn't throw parties*

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

COLLEGIAN WINS AWARD The Highacres Collegian proudly anno_'nn--ipg AqTfsjceA-pufi _euj; p_»_Ai«eea m_% _%j _ast Of Journalism ' s Certificate of Merit for Accuracy in Typography fd etaoin shrdlu

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

_EYEWITNESS REPORT OF DYNAMITE ACCIDENT STANLEY M. ZDEP It was Wednesday afternoonApril 231958. The HIGHACRES CAMPUS was deserted except for three afternoon lab sessions. On the cempus lawn two rabbits were scampering around. Spring was really in the air. Tin construction work on the new Student Onion building had stopped for tiKday. And _^ exce pt for one man, the location was a scene of tranquility. I finished my chem lab experiment early and decided to spend a few minutes looking over the progress of the work crew. Within several minutes three other students joined me. The work man was charging pre-drilled holes with dynamite * This was being done not more than five feejs away from the position where we were standing. One of the students remarked that it was extremely dangerous to tamp the charges with a stick as was being done. The others laughec and termed it nonsense. The workman finished his work near us. Then he seemingly remembered one more hole which was located appr...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

EXPLOSION REPORT continued I then left to get bondages or any cloth _thajj was available. Bob Koch and Mik© Yanochko remained behind to keep the man as calm as possible Several of the instructors arrived at the scene * The injured mm was again becoming restless and his wounds poured forth great quantities of blood. Here is where Mr. Willis, chemistry professor, took complete charge. He quieted the man and stopped the flow of blood with the cloths that were brought to the scene. He then covered him with a blanket and mad« an improvised pillow 6f leaves for him. I was amazed to note the way the injured man responded. He seemed to relax and place his very life into the hands of the professor. Pit -4:55 the West Hazleton Community ambulance arrived, nnd the man was taken to the Hazleton State Hospital. We did not even know his name, yet we would remember him for the rest of our lives„ Eds Note- The injured man, Nicholas Bott, an expert "dynamite man for more than 16 years, was giv...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

»¦* -»-¦***•* * ** ****************** KAFKA NAMED PROJECT JUDGE Andrew Kafka, professor of English here, will be a member of the Pennsylvania judging team f«?r the newly odopted high school English Achievement Awards program, sponsered by the National Council of Teachers »f English-The aim _«f this program is t_« grant recognition _ts the nation ' s outstanding high school seniors f©r excellence in _English, As _an» of the 36 judges, Mr* Kafka will evaluate the _nominee* s writing and special tests to determine outstanding hi gh school students in English in Pennsylvania._secondary schools.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

M_^J TARY_BAU- . OFFICIAL LY ANNOUNCED The HIGHACRES Air Force Reserve Officer Training ¦Corps recently _announced the:ts forthcomeing "Military Ball , " This formal social _functi on will be held _r.\ Saturday, May l&h _^ at 7*30 pa in ¦ _' .vn.e Main _Ballroom and Dining Re cm of tiie Hotel Altamont in Hassletono The "Mi-.I. Ball" committee has been working fox- _^ _tha success cf this affair, and beearje ef the fill ci-pperaiion of the adminis-bratisn, the faculty, Captain Harhij and the entire uadet corps it appears that this may be one of the most successful affairs ever held hereo * * *«** ******##«»»»)» _«. * KEEP FIGHTING*a_, * _&#* _**_%_*%% %# _# _* $$.### *****

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

_pv r_^ w_^ * _r r_^ "-¦ ART EXHIBIT WILL BE DISPLAYED HERE An exhibit of paintings by the members of the Art and Art Education faculties at the Main Camptls will open next week at the Hazletoh Alt League galleries* Co-sponsered by the _H azietoii Art Leagu and usthe exhibit will open at* a private preview from 2 to 4pm Sunday, Majr 4th_» The exhibit will open for publio viewing from 7 to 9pm MondayMay5th, through Friday, May9th, and from 2 to 4pm Saturday, May 10th. Refreshments will be served at the private viewing * The exhibit will consist of about 20 paintings in both oils and water. This exhibit has been shown throughout the state* Recent exhibitions ba-y _besn held at the Ogontz campus, at the Unitarian Church in Pittsburgh, and at the Jl&nontj: bampus* Arrangements for the exhibit have been made by a joint committee comprised of members of the Art _League and our faculty. Mrs Riohard BigeXttv of the Art League and Professor Pi-ssv_^ D_*. Peightal are eo-ohairme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

m « • a* ¦ a • j . - _A_> MA mm MS _* ANOTHER RESEARCH BUREAU FIRST The HIGHACRES Research Bureau, an affiliate of the COLLEGIAN, is, as you knowalways searching for better and easier ways to do everything through all methodsincluding dishonest ones. Being a privately financed organisation, it does not often come into the eye of the general publics. Howeverrecent _experiments are sure to give this association its due credit* These experiments are, in one sense revolutionary. On the other hand, in another sensethey really aren't, in fact they*re boring. Unfortunately, the results of these experiments are not available to the general public at this time, although they are being discussed on every street corner however, the information is available to all _s_1)md«nSs and faculty members cleared through th*? Student Council sub-committee oh the Investigation of subversives and ratholesheaded by that brillant_,professor of home economics_? Mr* K_*Q_*Biahop« We think this I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

FENCING CLUB _MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN Students _harce been asking more and more atamt the lancing Club* This Interesting _organization, the second newest in the campus (the newest being the Belle-Littres)> has not been exceedingly active this semester* Howeverwith the coming of spring a renewed interest in the club is expeote<i > and Jack Sotacksenior _instructor along with the cadet officers of the A.F.R.O_#T.C. Is opening a campaign for new _ffismbers1 * All person' s interested In learning this romantic sport are _req requested to visit Squadron Headquarters and fill out membership blanks ( it doesn(t hurt a bit)» An additional incentive, on bh« part of the A.F»R_.O.T_#C_» cadets, for joining is the fact that merits ( those things that counter-act demerits) are given for _active membership. Now lets all hurry iSi&m %to Sq« Hdq. and sign up before the quoixD '.a filled and the drive is closed* t j ms _\M •%

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

PHX'SICS, CHEMISTRY, _MATHEMATICS, ASTRONOMY, AND NATURAL PHENOMENA... A COMPARATIVE COURSE FOR ALL ENGINEERS AND SCIENCE MAJORS. 17th WEEK EXAMINATION Section One... _Time and False. If the statement is true, put down a "T." If the statement is false, put down an "S." If you don't know, " ." L. If an impedance mismatch of several percent is of little consequence so far as power transfer to the antenna is concerned, why is this question being asked? _ f_£ _ 2. If the valence of potassium nitrate is 502 and the temperature of the sun is _srery high, what is the current price of the human body on the open market? *_5 5, How high is up? T 1. Are you cheating on this test? T .. 5. If thermodynamics is what makes thermos bottles practicaland aerodynamics Is what makes aero _practical, a body of air contained in a thermos bottle is called i "Scarab, " S 3. All the professors in the _liberal art school are named "Scarab." T ?, You are named "Scarab. " .. T ,-¦ 3. You are named "Glotz...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

GOSSIP by B,J,and staff Well group, theres a lot of gossip right about now and so we'll pass it along_# We thought we'd give _yfra, the scoop of the week on the latest romances _aroimd the joint* First there is Dane from and Casey from Patterson, N.Je who seem to be giving "Babe" and " Ginger" from Hazleton High School, quite a play. Next, in the romance department, we have "Little" Lenny Lithgow who has a mad crash on Janet, a "nice" girl he met at _Wentsel_'s in Tamaqusu Alsowe'd like to know what happened to Marlene F. a few weeks ago when she came Into the Friday Chem* 2-B Lab. late??? Finally, how are things at Reteneller' s Chuck? Another big topic around school is the dances that are coming up. The Record Dance on Monday night was, as the fans who attended _already knowquite a blast* The Sorority really did a nice job of making the dance a success* Everyone seemed to have a good time. At least Bernie H, and Sandy R» seemed to have a good time* We'd like to see the same ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

"SNAP COURSES" ON CAMPUS ZDEP Many _HIGHACRES students will further their studies at the Main Campus next semester* In many cases the question arises pertaining tm courses which may be taken as electives* A great many students are under great mental stress and would like to fill their education gaps with " snap courses*'1 Here are a few$ F. N_, 4.21, Advanced Foods--— This is a three credit course meeting three times a week in the cafeteria. The object of th the course is to sanple anything available in the line of foodsa The final exam consists of digesting wood like a termite. C. D. F. R. 444, Marriage & Family relationship This is a co-ed course offering three credits* People even take this course for no credits* ~ tt fact they even fight to take \;h. course Applied Psychology This is a one credit course taught by a complete idiot * T he idea is to match wits with the professor. About half of the applicants to this course fail* Alcoholism 89 Two credits are given fo...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

"SNAP,COURSES" CONTINUED 8ourse« Regular sessions are held every evening from 10-11 in Mike's Batj on College Avenue * Grading in this course is according to the consutrphion pev student. No failing grades aye ios",;ed because every—one makes a noble effort, Forestry 806 One credit is given for completion of this course* Examinations consist of being dropped into the Pennsylvania jungle? by plane and then walking back to civilization, i Female gi;id?a are sent after students who fail the best and become lost. This may be thu reason why no one has eve:? passed a test. However, marking, is on a curve and the consistent straight line yields nothing but A; s, Juvenile Delinquency 13 This is a two credit course offering the latest in methods of" gang warfare* Rec-ar_^ed. equipment which must be _purclajed before taking this course are a blackjack and \ zip~gun» A text written by Willie Sutton is used,) Students are j reminded that- this class only meets wh«» the professor is out on...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 2 May 1958

COLLEGIAN STAFF E_^.ft,tor- in-Chief. * *, * Tom Maxwell At_^_tstant Editor.*»_oFrad S_+eckert AKsoeiate Editor*«»«_Staii Zdep Art Editor*.*., John Gappello Reporters........... Barbara Katchmarik_, J_^_aixae Edwards, Stan Zdep_*. Tom Maxwell, Joka _Zisek, Ted Minor, Glga _Markus Typists•.<•«•••...«*Gene Tihansky, Jo a; me Edwards, Tom Maxwell Out of a group of female volunteers Carol A. Me Laughlin's hair burned the _fastest and Betty Ann Flcek' s the slowest*

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