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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 10 October 1958

May Collection continued the most inert forms Into shimmering light* Looking toward the fair coast of Spain, Francesco Goya f s "Portrait of a Young Man Reading " shows the retained youthful spirit of his earlier works which was obscured '« his later preoccupation with morbid ::>'_£bjectS_« _Kugens _Delecroix _' s "Lion and Lioness)? a pastel on paper, is, for Its medium, errJe_, but the style is magnificent* m. the wholethe exhibitvalued between 250 and 300 thousand dollars, is well worth one' s while to see* It will be open till October 12. Don't miss it* # . ?. * , #. * _, _# . ? . ?_, ?. # . ?. # . # . # . ?. ?. ?. ?. # . ? ? #

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 10 October 1958

HIQBACRES COLLBGIAN FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1958

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 10 October 1958

Fall Sem. Classes Sept. 15 Football-Nebraska (away)—Sept. 20 Grad. Convocation(Sch) Sept. 25 N.Y. Pro Musica(Sch) Sept. 26 Football-Penn(away) Sept. 27 Soccer-Bucknell(home) Sept. 27 Football-Army ( away) Oct. h-Cross Country-Navy(home) Oct. h Jazz Club-Ted Heath(Rec. H)Oct. 5 Thespian Show(Sch) Oct. 9,10,11 Alumni Homecoming —Oct. 10,11 Football-Marquette( home) Oct. 11 A. IM-Leonides Dance ( HUB) Oct. 11 Danish National Orch(Rec H)Oct. 12 Ugly Man Parade Oct. 13 Football-Boston(away) Oct. 17 Ugly Man Finals(Sch) Oct. 17 Soccer-Colgate ( home) Oct. 18 A.Series-John Gielgud(Sch)-Oct. 18 Club Hubanna(HUB) Oct. 18 Players Show(Sch) -Oct. 232' +,25 Junior Prom(Rec H) Oct. 2h Football-Syracuse(home) Oct. 25 Ballet EspagnoKRec H)——Oct. 26 Indie Week Oct. 27 to Nov. 1 Football-Furman(Band Day)—Nov. 1 Autumn Ball ( HUB) Nov. 1 A.Series-Guiomar Novaes---Nov. 2 (Sch) Mardi _GrasCP.ec H) Nov. 7 Football-West Va.(away) Nov. 8 Ag. Hill Party(Rec H) Nov. 8 UCA Square Dance ( HUB) Nov. 3 Canadi...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 10 October 1958

No; ¦ 1 HETZEL UNION CALENDAR Fall 1958

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

¦ BELLES " LETTRES LITERARY SOCIETY MEETS This, our fi»st meetingwas brought to order by Professor Andrew Kafka, our admirable advisor* Those present were Priscilla Stilesy Dave Saul, Olga Markus, Frances WerpshawBarbara Jean PaceTom Maxwell, John McCullough, and John Potochny* Officers were elected, and will serve for the first semester* President- Olga Markus V, President-F. Werpshaw Secretary- John McCullough Treasurer- Ann Stebnitsky Public Relations- Dave Saul Members ex-officio were counted as Miss Lillian Junas and Mr* James Steel* Various pamphlets and papers were _circulated to give the nucleus of the club a look at the constitution, aims, purposesand methods considered and accepted by contemporary organizations both on the main campus and at the auxiliary institutions * A goal of January 15 was set as the last date for the acceptance of material to be considered by the annual main campus magazine "CircaJ1 Other plansincluding trips and co~ _Operation with the C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

ROTG NEWS Miss Barbara J. Pace At the first meeting of the Military Ball Committee, held October 1 in Cadet Squadron Headquarters members were appointed to various committees • The Orchestra _Qomraittee includes t the following; J.F. Potochny J.A, Sorosky P.R. Mulik A.A. Yatsko M.P. _llarkus _Comprising the BHiscellaneous Arrangements Committee ares M,J. Jacobs E.A» Barrett D.J, Saul P.J. Blackmon P.E* Wolfe W. T. Shindel J.J. Nicholson and J.T. Petterman agreed to be the Bell Photographer The Ball will be held in tho Hotel Altamont in Hazleton on December 30. It viill, of course, be formal_. Let's see all you cadets shine up your dancing shoes# Major Richardson along with four have been requested to attend a Lion' s dinner meeting _November 3rd. The Penn State _repreeentees will explain the R.O_.T_.C. functions and a movie will be shown* ( CONTINUED)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

** ** . . * . *. *•• . COLLEGE ARTS MEETS The HKHACRES College Arts Society held its first meeting this year FridayOctober 17 in robn M-213. The turn-out was surprisingly large (approximately 25 persons shov_/ed up), promising a very fruitful semester. The first piece of business taken care of was the election of officers. Following are the officers elected at that time: President........E. _Tihanaky V. President.....Marilyn Houser Sec. Treas,......Ann _Stebnitsky Tho second piece of business die - cussed was the filn _program to be presented by the _society this year. Five filns have been tentatively chosenbut dates for their viewing have not yet be .n chosen_. Definite _announcementc will soon be made as bo the filns to be shovm and their viewing dates. The final piece of business discussed was that of tho purchc.se of c, work of art ho adorn a trail in the nev; Student Union. Allowances have been made in the budget request foi* this purchaseand the article, itself, va...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

R »O.T.C. NEWS _( cont.) Cadet capt_» David J. Saulfencing instructor, has announced that every Friday 4th periodas the time set for ¦ The sophomore cedets will be seen in uniform only on Mondays until further notice * However _^ freshmen cadets will continue to wear their uniforms to every R_.O.T.C. class until Leadership Lab is completed* From that time on they will receive instuctlons from Major Richardson as to when uniforms will be necessary_. Cadet Airnulst class T.J. _lexwoH _reports that all cadet Bifle Team tryouts have been completed and the 15 members of the teon hero been choson. They are as follows * J_.T. Fetterman R.L. Schatz DjiF« Lovrinic M,M. taninas T.J. Maxwell M.F. Acri D_. M. Baron R_.A, Condash L.S_. Riegel J«A* Soroaky J_»C. Wanyo G.R. Arndt _EJU Harris E_.L. _Yachera R«A. Dunn These men will soon le drawn into a system of three competing teams« That » s all for now*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

TRAFFIC REGULATIONS The traffic committee of the now Student Council would like to remind the student body of certain regulations that are in affect regarding traffic, 1. The speed limit on campus grounds is 15 M* P. H. 2. Parking on top of the hill is limited to _jj minutes, whether the driver is in the car or not * 3. All cars mus _$ be registered * There is 0 fine of one dollar if the culprit is apprehended. 4.. Any student receiving three tickets will be feced with disciplinary action not under control of the traffic committee. tt-MXKt<»KHi_<MimlH»IHf«M)tMMmilim<MMim«<H»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

STUDEMT COUNCIL MEETS ON BUDGET _m Al Hingor The Student Council held a budget meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1958 and tried to set up a budget that would ba satisfactory to all. The budget is, at this time, by no means final, for it must still be approved bjr _tho Student Faculty Board, Although discriminations were made against certain organizationsI _Wiink the students as a whole will find it hard to disagree with thd decisions which the representatives have made, especially those of you who ore _alwava _ankltuz _fiboot _danocta_^ Although not officially recognized at that time, the new dance band was given a small allocation prior to their official acceptance. _Thi actionwe thinkwill be very well received by the student body as this is an organization which has been needed for a long time. Aside from the feet that it will be an extra-curricular activity, it will also save the,, students quite a nice ¦ sura of money which has had to be paid for dances in the pest. Altog...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

For ROTC Only! by M « O. There seems to be some misunderstanding about the basis on which demerits are piven out to ROTC men. The prevailing rumor is that they are distributed to those worthies who fail to polish shoes, button uniformsor wear socks« Also those individualists who see no reason to salute a colleague, merely because he happens to be burdened by a few more bars. These happen not to ' be the facts. No sir* Being closely associated with the higher echelon in the HOTC hierarchy, I happen to know the facts of life herej which I generously pass on to youwho win henceforth never again be misled* There are _rOttghlf %&p®§: &&I& %&&§$$% why officers so generously hand out demerits* They are biological, emotional and mental, in that order. We will discuss the biological ones first, and illustrate with a scene from the life of two officers. The time is early morning. Says one to the _othert "Man, does my tooth hurt. I feel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

CLAREMONT SETS UP GERMAN HOUSE The newly-ystablished German House Oft tie Poisons G©lleg« eaafms/ ( Calif o) marks an increased interest in the German language and German culture here. The ten coeds living in the Deutsches Haus have agreed to speak only German inside the houselearning to fit a language that they have known previously in the classroom 3© their daily living* This renaissance of interest in German is further shown by the increased activity of the German Club, the establishment of an honor society, and a growing enrollment in German classes. The establishment of the local chapter of Delta Phi Alpha the national German honorary society, has been authorized by college officials* The Ceutsches Haus which is the hub of many of the German activities on the campus has been nicknamed "Khusperhausen " meaning the gingerbread in "Hansel and _©retel. " There is a rapidly growing library of German books and numerous newspapers and magazines for leisure reading at the hou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

"THE YOUNGER DAYS" (The 1st installment in a series covering the life history of a "Popular Student" at Highacres* The name of this student will not be published because these stories are taken f rom his secret diary, which managed to find its way to our office*) "Dear Diary, Mommy told laddy yesterday that I tattled to the neighbors again about those parties they always hold in the cellar at the stroke of midnight. Before Daddy chained me to the wall, he told me to keep my big mouth shut or he would take my cigars away from me for a week* He' s a meany—depriving a nine-year-old boy of his cigars1 Before he bolted the doorhe said I talked too much, that one of these times I tell about the parties someone would believe met As if anybody believed in vampires* And saying I talked too much ! HuhI I wouldn't even talk at all for the first five years of my life; X was Mhamed for folks to know Z dido*t _Jjove any teeth* Boy, Z 8 aa' remember those days* Moony a nd Daddy thoug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

The Deutsoher Verein sponsors German Films and speakers * Twice a month, its members gather around the piano in Deutsches Haus for a German song fest lead by Dr. Carl Baumannprofessor of German and chairman of the department* Twice a week a luncheon table id set aside in one of the college dining halls for those students who want to talk the language* (The German students here at Highacres are not yet as advanced as these students in California, but some of these Ideas may be applied here, if enough students get together to make a go of it. We might reserve a table in the cafeteria in the new 8tudent Union Building once a week, gather there for meals, and speak only German. advanced German students. They have all had the basic oourses—at least four #emesters of German—and are doing further study in German literature*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

Womanpower is the mysterious force that gets the suit I _pAao to wear cleaned and pressed before I plan to wear it* (Sent in byi A* Man)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

PENN STATE TO CONDUCT EXTENSIVE ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM University Park, Pa.-( I.P.)- With financial assistance from the Fund for Adult Educationthe Pennsylvania State University will conduct an extensive program of liberal education for adults throughout Pennsylvania during the next five years * The fund has approved a grant of 1298000 to help the University in the development of the project, which will also be supported in part through fees received from participants in the program. The projectas outlined, will develop formal and informal programs of liberal adult education throughout the state by working pr&ncipally through voluntary organizations such as rural groupslabor unions, local adult education groups, _woman's organizationsprofessional and civic groupsservice clubs, and industrial groups * Professional educators on the Penn State faculty will be joined on the teaching staff by lay teachers* Lawrence E_. Dennisvice president for _aeademiw affairs at the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

FRESHMAN HONORARY FRATERNITY SET UP AT THE UNIVERSITY CF ARIZONA TucaonAriay(I.P.)- _> The Interfraternity Council at the University of Arizona has proposed the establishment of a freshman scholarship honorary fraternity on this campus* Dr_» D-. Shutt assistant dean of men, proposed the idea* A spokesman for the IFC scholarship committee said"We feel that not enough recognition is given to those who do well in school during the first year, and that too much attention is given to the large percentage that drop or flunk out in their freshman year. We have decidedwith the backing of the Bean of Men 's Office, to honor those men who deserve recognition for their outstanding scholarship record*" The fraternity will eventually become a chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the largest honorary of this type in the nation:* There are 88 chapters of Phi Eta Sigma throughout the _eosuntry_. A first semester grade average of 1.5 or better to gain recognition and invitation by the committee ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

STAFF-iHHHHHHUICMHMXXXaitMMMKXXMXXKMtt- ,# T# EDITOR.......Tom Maxwell _*C * A* ASSIST ED...,M. HOUSER * # F »• ASSOT. ED....N. Bradney * * F # Art Ed«..»,_»»FUNZY # # * * Sports Ed...Jim Cotaldfi ? * * * M. Yaninas , J# Kaercher, F. * # * * Sullivan , J. McCulloughB» # * * * Demko0. MarkusJ. Bartol, * * * _# F. Werpshaw, H. RichardT_» * * * # Bl-ewa, Ti _Clat«shf A. Hinge* * * A. Colancecco.. .Sorry Ann, no room in the box.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

new plan MARIETTA INSTITUTES PROGRAM By WHICH ENGINEERING MAY BECOME MORE CULTURAL HIT.. • II ' ¦ _¦ - " * ' ' "" _«. ' •' ' wax-xu_^a. u. _^L-Ld_^J- a whereby pre-engineering graduates of Marietta College will be accepted for Masters level work at Columbia University upon the recommendation of their department head and the Dean of the College was announced here recently by President W. Bay Irvine. The new program, known as the 4-2 Combined planwas discussed at a meeting of Cotibinod Plan colleges on Columbia's campus last year. Dean Merrill R. Patterson of Marietta attended the sessions ani said at that tine it was _agreed that the plan be presented for approval to the Columbia University Committee or.. Instruction. Dr« Patterson revoaled that under the new setup the student will attend Marietta for four years and then receive either a 3S or BA degree_. After successfully completing too years at Columbia he will receive nib Masters in Engineering. Under the 5-2 plan a stude...

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