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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

AN ECONOMICS LECTURE (A Parody Written By A !\Ian _TTho _Flunfcoc _Economics Four ( 4) Timc-a) Try to imagine me as an _economics professor about to deliver tho day ' ;: lecture. I am qualified to teach economics because I have never _ht._ve had a course in it; consequently I am not confused by it. "This afternoon we must gat right clow_^ to business because rre have a. lot to cover; furthermore v;c don't have tir.is for a short quiz. Your assignment for today dealt with exports ' ..nd imports. In tho past many students have had trouble with this phase of economics for the simple reason that the textbook authors have difficulty in explaining it to the reader. Therefor disregard all the textbook contains on the subject; and if you listen closely to me you won't _have any trouble. I have always boasted that I could teach this principle to a sixyear old child; but since none of you are six years old, it may be a little harder for you to grasp_. Brazil has three major exportsand...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

« HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN FKESfflEN _IWHS. EDITION

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

Mexico AM ECONOMICS LECTOBE _continued an d, i_» turn was fed to the hogs in . Afetr _hundred tons were grouod into flour and donated to the University of Panama to be used in lining their football field_. Thereforeit is reasonable to assume that the- Brazilian exports of their commodity A were sufficiently great to offset the national debt so that the importation of sixty- million back-scratchers from Japan did not give them an unfavorable balance of trade . So much for commodity A. Nowlet us look at commodity B, _TTith commodity B we have an entirely different type of situation. In the first place commodity B trailed commodity A by 100000 tons because of the heavy rain _experienced in the interior. As a result Cuban production was- curtailed to such an _extent that their country was unable to furnish the byproducts to Switzerland needed, in the manufacture of cuckoo clocks. This caused the Swiss to divert their _nunpower into other channels, so that Honduras was flooded by...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

H1EHACRES CQTf.Tf.TAH FRESHMEN WEEK EDITION

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

WOOFERS AND ME (A COMPLETELY DISJOINTED COLUMN WRITTEN THROUGH THE COLLABORATION OF PROFESSOR K.Q.BISHOP AND HANS VON SIDEBURN) Fellow record scratchcrs, Those columnists arc putting all thoir efforts in the direction of beginning a record _collection for the new Student Union. Naturally it will be necessary to pre-scratch all records. Donate your services freely, and please don't feel the slight bit inhibited about making particularly deep scratches. As we all knowthe greatest men make the best impressions. ( Old pipe cleaners are particularly effective in making deep scratches) Nowa little advice on warping and scarring, A hardblunt instrument, such as an old tire iron, is especially effective for widening grovesgiving that polyphonic effect. Warping recordings is one of the most elevating of defacing processes. And for those who prefer the polyrythematic effect a sharp rake drawn _horizontally across the surface will prove moat edifying. The real enthusiast can do a little ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

HXii&CRBS _CQJLLEGIAN . FRESHMEN WEEK EDITION

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

_^V The upper crust is just a bunch J of crumbs stuck together by their * *T' own dough.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

ATTENTION STUDENTS-BOTH OLD AND NEW: WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE ACQUISITION OF A FINE POET HERE AT HIGHACRES IN THE PERSON OF "FESJ'A SOMEWHAT SHY FRESHMAN. ALL YOU OLDTIMERS PROBABLY REMEMBER THAT THE ! LAST P O ET HARDLY EVER MADE IT , AND OLGA HAD TO. OF COURSE , THERE IS ALMOST ALWAYS A DRAWBACK IN EVERT DEAL , AND THli'RE IS A MINUTE ONE IN THIS CASE. IT SEEMS THAT "FES " CANNOT 17P.I7E IN SEASON. THIS CO NDITION IS CA US ED BY AN OLD BATTLE UOUND AFD RESULTS IN HIM LIVING IN ANOTHER Y_/ORLD, THIS IB A WORLD OF THE PAST OR THE-1 FUTURE _, EVER THE PRESENT. I SHALL SAY m _MCRS_. LETS LET FES SPEAK fob _kzmw._3?_. Tin; _fwift rr iND SHARPLY SITES . TOPS 0? BARREN TREES. // THE SKI' PALES A FBOil A'iURS TO GREY. _V;/ THE AIR ^^ _W BEC0IIE3 CRYSTALL _ASD STILL. A SILENT MANTLE OF 7IHT.TE _DFSCT3_NDS _Alili COATS ' _# THE FROZEN EARTH. * THE DEATH O F A YEAR, THE DEATH OF A HOPE, THE DEATH OF A CRUMPLED LEAF . TI-3E LONELY SPHERE ; FUTILTTY-SPIRALING THROUGH TR.-3 BOTTOMLESS V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

Clerk; "Yes sic, that medicine sure is povrerful. Best stuff re have foi?_- the liver. Makes you peppy. '• ' Customer! "Well, can you give me any specific references? I mean people or a person;who has taken the medicins with good results?" Clerk: "Well, there was a man living next to us who took this liver medicine for years." Customers "Well ,, does it help him?" Clerk s "He died last vreek.." Customer: "Oh, Isee." Clerk: "But they had to be_^t his livor with a stick for throe day a after lie died before they killed it." ¦k- -j:- ¦ » % •?«¦ -;:- _# ¦ _* * _# -x- * * * * * * * *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

Lefty: "Meet me at Ziiick's at eight. " Lefty ' s girl: "Zinck ' s? That' s a nice place. " Lefty: "Yeah, and it's close to vhore we' re going, too. " •55- _^ -5?- * * ¦«• _^ _x % & * * *¦ -5S- * _4S- _5f * ¦-;:-HOT7 DID YOU PUNBTDRE THAT TIRE? RAN OVER. A MILK BOTTLE. 'THAT'S THE MATTER? DIDN'T YOU SEE IT? NAW , THJ_: KID HAD IT UNDER HIS COAT. _j! al si _ji. _n. . ". it. a. u. it. At. -" - •*(¦ -!' - ^' - -\- •_=;- _4f- 4;- -_*_£-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN FRESHMEN WEEK _EDITION _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

The mayor of Reno states that the new liquor laws must be enforced. He said that a city ordinance states that no saloon shall be located nearer than 300 feet from a church. He is giving the violaters three days in which to remove the church. His wife lay on he death bed. She pleaded: "John, I want you to promise me that you'll ride in the same car with my mother at my funeral. " He sighed: "Okay, but it's going to ruin my whole day. " First Seagull, "Who won the crew race below us, Dartmouth or Harvard? 0 Second Seagull, " Dartmouth just crossed the finish line in the lead. " First Seagull, "To thinfc I put everything I had ojn Harvard. " I once had a classmate named Jesser, * . °« Whose knowledge grew lesser and lessor; r* Q fs €. ' M it It at last grew so small f f%t V **#f // He knew nothing at all- 4 _^ " * And now he 's a college professor. 0O& * S O $~ _F %iT~ Old Mother Hubbard went to the Cupboard _^4' **_£ • To get her poor daughter a dress. _^T O I iik When she...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 19 September 1958

HIGHACRES COLLEGIA_^ FRESHMEN WEEK EDITIOM

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 September 1958

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY iBRlf Highacres Campus, Hazleton, Pa. _XSS_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 September 1958

TFXAN TAKES COMMAND OF HIGHACRES AFROTC As everyone here knowswe have a new .ROTC instructor this semester. He goes by the name of Major Cecil M. Richardson, ard he hails from the second largest state in the union. Though he is justifiable proud of his home state, he admits that this locality is really beautiful, especially in the fall. He and his family are now residing in the graceful old 'ocwn at &a br_»%t«a of the mountain upon _which our campus is located* His wife, as mcny may knowIs a freshman here * (Goad luck Mrs. Richardson.) rhe Major received a BS send MS in education and agriculture back home at Texas A and I (ab Kingsville)_. Later he taught at that same institution. 3i.ice his teaching days the major has led an interesting and varied life with the iir Force. His last assignment was with c.he Personnel Services of Paoific Headpart crs in Japan, and later _^ in Hawaii. .Many have noticed the Aloha plates on ixs white Ford convertable.) _O,though the Major ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 September 1958

ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK END The interim student council met Sept. 19 during the fourth period in room M-213where the major piece of _business discussed was that of the "GET ACQUAINTED dance to be held tonight in the ISDA hall at Second and Carson Streets in Hazleton* This function really fills up HIGHACRES ' social calendar for this week - end. I am speaking, of course, about the Hazleto. Mummers Parade to be held Saturday, the 27 'thin which cur ROTC Drill Team will participate. I know everyone is planning on seeing that parade to cheer on our boys. Incidentallythose guys really deserve a lot of credit for getting the team into such good shape in the two short weeks they have had to work. Don't forget to attend both of these importantfunctions—if you denHj who will? #*¦# ¦*¦##* •»¦#**#** ##** ¦ « • #

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 September 1958

CONTEST UN1DN—MONEY PUT BACK IN POCKETS ~ OF EDITORS She editors of the Freshmen Week Collegian edition decided to mix fun with work _a::d conduct an experiment in human nature. They each put up five dollars which was to ')e given to the first _person who walked xp to either of them and stated the exact number of mistakes there were on the first page of _tbjptt first edition. ( There were M mistakes.) Although everyone noticed the mistakes, and many mentioned them to other persons not one had the initative to make a specific complaint to one of the editors. Psychology paid offfor the editors still have their money. Watch _flor future tricks. They might pay off.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 September 1958

"NO NAMES" NULLIFY NEEDLESS NUISANCES " VJho needs a namet* That' s what the "NO NAMES " are saying. To prove that they ' ¦ re not down-hearted about _having no name, they are holding a »N« NAME DANCE" in the Hazletor. Y1CA tonight a t 8 s 00 PM ( There will be refreshments.) All high school, graduates are welcome. If things work out well * there will »e a nameless dance every Friday night. (That the plan anyway,) TOO _KNOVS? They may even get a name. Ihy not trot down to the "Y" for a while tonight and cheer up all the "No Namersi' # ### ### #

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