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

_RUSSIAN WILL BE TAUGHT AT GJIJNELL Grinnell, la.-(I.P.) — A course in Russian will be instituted at Grinnell College this fallPresident Howard R. Bowen announced here recently. Edmund Heier, formerly a teaching fellow at the University of Michigan, will initiate the course and ' will also teach German, His Grinnell appointment as an instructor in the modern foreign languages department will be effective this month. President Eowcnin announcing the addition of Russian to the Grinnoll curriculun, pointed out that only about 4,000 Americans are currently studying Russian, in less than 200 colleges and oily a handful of high schoolsdespite great demand for translators and other experts in the language. By contrastEnglish is being taught to at least five million Russians. "Education in language is essential to our understanding of foreign ways of life," he said. "Our international responsibility demands thorough knowledge of foreign institutions and literature. Tic expect that t...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

_IVELLESLEY ADOPTS LONGER PERIODS Wellesley, Liass.- (I.P.)- _T'ollecley College has announcod that beginning this fall there will be no Saturday or _Wednesday aorning classes. This plansubmitted to the college by a student committee, will perr.it the student to devote longer periods of concentrated tine to her individual studies. Under the adopted systemstudents will have two one hour sessions in a courserather than the previous fifty minute classes a week. * . * . ¦ _* . * . " . * . • * . * . " _* . *" . - ;: ~ . " ' . " * . " * . * . * • " _* . ¦ _*

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

SAVE PARKIHQ SPACE,; JOIN A CAR POOL

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

WORDS OF KENNETH REXROTH FROM "DISENGAGEMENT: THE ART OF THE BEAT GENERATION Like the pillars of Herculeslike two ruined Titans guarding the entrance to one of Dante ' s circles, stand two great dead juvenile delinquents- the heroes of the postwar generation: the great saxophonist, Charlia Parker._«nd Dylan Thomas. If the word deliberate means anything, both of them certainly destroyed themselves. Both of them were overcome By the horror of the world in which they found thomselvesbecause at last, they could no longer overcome that world with the _weapons of a purely lyrical art. Both of them were my friends. Living in Sam Francisco I saw them seldom enough to see them with a perspective which was not distorted by exasperation or fatigue. So as the years passed, I saw then each time in the light of an accelerated personal conflagation. The last time I saw Bird, at Jimtso's Bob City, he was so gone—so blind to the world—that he literally sat down on me before he realized I was...

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

POVERTY Prisca Stiles I as my past and future and forever I am the taker and giver In me all sight and sound and taste In me the saving * and the waste My _iosom holds all love and sorrow It all may lend and all may borrow Omniscience, Ignorance - both my own -Sin and Sainthood - both are sown The sea'sthe ships, the Universe - but which to cling to? There 's the cursei *¦ »*#_-*¦ * . •** _*t -a. m. _x. m. _*m. _ji m.

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

NOTE TO ALL _STPPTMTS Won't you please co-operate with the Parking Committee? Join a car pool. Save money. Save wear on your car. Save parking space. ? * * . * . * . * # ,# _. * . , # # . #_, # , # _. #, # _, #¦ _, # . .. . . _^

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

BETTER BtJTTSR BREAD The time has come for all people who are interested in the functioning of the spas modical paradox to be awake and.ready for the annual appearance of such. T-his event will occur through the kind cooperation of the committee on watching spasmodical paradox practicing which meets every Tuesday in the building that houses all chemical equipment for the prevention of cruelty to shoe shine boys_» T- he committee will then :disc«ss "Better Butter Bread " • Butter bread can be bettered by boiling batter instead of beating batter _^ but beating batter broadens batter better than boiling or broiling it. sun batter and bread batter better be baked beside each other* Baking both batters biologically bestoes a better base by aad byoBut basically both are brought to perfection by baking in a brimming basin of brassbestoing on eac"h a bright ,billowing brown. _b eseeching better batter is believed to be becoming better and better bi-annualy* Believe me brother, b...

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

AH, MM ARE FOOLS _*A _~ . . ./ A . . _W „ _„ _U _U X, U _V V U _W _« _» _W . _» ./ t _» _» ¦ > _U »i U « "" » « " « _« «¦

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

_PENN STATE CLUBS BOSTON UNIVERSITY A bruising ground attack plus a t ' .ght Pass defense were just too much for the boys from B.U, With Richie Lucas mixing up his plays neatly, the Lions went 69 yards in 14. plays with the opening kickoff,, _feboaak diving over from the two_. State showed that the first drive was no flukegoing 80 yards in 16 plays for a second T-D. Lukas clinaxed this one by going over from the one. The top thrill of the afternoon was came when Fayne Berfield, a transfer from Miami of Florida intercepted a pass and ran 98 yards for a score. The Nittany Lions weren't _^_hPcn_^h yet however, a few plays later Uick Koak scored on a 36 yard right end sweep, Richie Lucas , who started it all, ended it in the third quarter on an off tackle play for the final T.D. Don Jonas kicked two extra points and two more were made by the passing of _J acks to Jonas.

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

¦_TTM _mr_.AIJ3>0 _OTEftKS The Cadets from West Point chalked up their second decisive victory of the season by way of a 26-0 trouncing of Ponn State. Coach Red Blaik Fielding, one of the best Army teams of recent years, stuck to his new Bazooka formation and really made it pay off_. In Coach Blaik's new formation the end is so far from the tackle that he doesn't even come in for the huddles, Pete Dawkins was the offensive star for Army, as he garnered two T»D _' s. Bob Anderson and Bob Carpenter also scored with the letter ' s coming on a 55 y_~_ard pass play from quarterback Ted Caldwell, Carpenter is the famous end in the new formation_. Although the score is rather one-sided, it is not a trae indication of State ' s ability. This can be explained by Army ' s exceptional team and their very unorthodoxical formation, iLJIJLJIdlJLJfcJLJIXJLJtJtAil X. JL M.

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

PENN STATE ROUTS MARQUETTB"40-8. OH FOUR INTERCEPTIONS Before a homecoming crowd of 22,800, the Nittany Lions ran roughshod over the Marquette _Hilltoopera, Bruce Gilmorewho was plagued by injuries all last season, opened the scoring for State on a 10 yard burst_. He also closed the scoring in the 4th quarter on a 1 yard leap, Richie Lucas continued to be one of State ' s.top men as he scored on a 4-9 yard pass play and on a 1 yard jump, following the recovery of a fumble_. Dave Kasperran also continued to shine for State, He scored on a pass play following an interception, Penn State 's scoring was rounded out by Jim Kerrwho scored on a 44 yard dash following an interception_. State made _S ood 3 of 6 extra P oint attempts. Two wore kicks to Don Jones, and once Lucas ran over for the two points, The lone score for Marquette came in the third period when Pete Hall went over from the one. He tacked on the 2 other points on a keeper from the three_. State ramblod off 284 yards...

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

Fool your cars for the winter months

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

RESTRICTED AT BROW Providencef fi.j[. -(l.P.)«» _Brovrn Univorsity h?s established new regulations to limit thw activities of those fraternities whose academic work is unsatisfactory, according to an _announcoicont by i>eun of tho Collogoft_*R* Borgethon. tost of the restrictions pieced on academically lax fraternities* ore social* However, if the _fraternity continues to bo substantially bolow standard, its pledging rights can also bo curtailed. If a Brown fraternity's academic average falls acre than #200 below tho all-college average for _similar students in a particular semester. tho fraternities' social functions shall bo restricted in the following semester* ouch groups will bo able to havo no aero than six week-ends with registered social functions, and only in two of these o»n the events lest ©ore than one evening or afternoon * If a fraternity's _average fells .200 below tho specified levels for four consecutive semestersit may be refused permission to hold a...

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

n}_lQM2_§n_^ STATE ADOPTS Y&4fi_*itOUiiu _S_*_iifljfciiiiififl8ilJMii _Fijfifa»**^ *f * !** ¦"'*¦ plsn •to put _ciichigen Stute Univorsity on a year~rouni footing_^ peri&itting students to earn tho bachelor 's degree in throe years, was adopted recently by tho University 's academic Senate, The proposal, to be effective in 1959, was developed by various _aoodeoie concitteoe, and will provide the following _cheapest 1* Students will be permitted to teke a full quarter 's load of 16 hours work in an expundod _eusaoer term, thus ctskiug it possible to earn the _tachelpr _'a degree in 3 _continue

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

. _CHitTF _if_" " CQ'r _»-t4ja» _t_^ff lojaS JPOfi_^G_^_. ifhtSQ_^ F it^)ebur_^hf |Pa.-{I»P»)» In response to & growing urgency for colleges end _universities to increase the attainment level in foreign languages, Chatham College has extended its requirements for graduation, it was announced here _recently* All students are now required to demonstrate a _voedApg. knowl«4_ge _«f ¦ a foreign _language equivulent to the national norm Tor two veers of collage stud*. Tho increased _requireoont is designed to strengthen the _gconcruj, education _paktgfaw end to _improve the language _preperatidn of _students continuing to graduate schools * The Of floe of _Evaluation ' ervlces slso _eccic in for their share of appraise 1 by President Foul "_" *• Anderson* _Established 11 yecrs t»o to eid in tho construction of tests to develop •adequate standards of jud _'_^o t for student achievement and the evaluation of instructional outcomes, it _serves to keep too faculty _uiid _udm...

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

._^ichi ge n State Adopts • •continued _yoers, Instead of 4* 2# Summer school _vill ineludo a ton-week tcra to run concurrently with two five-rook feraa* Heretofore, summer school has _oficrod six-creek and nine-week tors* with a _maxioua student load of 13 hours work. 3* Registration _pp _^ examination periods will be condensed. In another action, the Senate approved s proposed _reocmoeiidetion requiring all Juno graduates, beginning in 1259, to take final examinations* Previously* apring graduates, except in special eases, have _beun exempt froo final exams* Not result of tho now program will bo "bottor _utilization of faoilitla* at our disposal*" conaontod Dr* Thoaas H. _Hamiltoa_, vice-president _ior acadenie affairs * "However," he added * "no ono believes that all of our studeata _uiU bo able to take advantage of it* Many students still will have to work in the summer months to earn money for their school work the rest of the year** * • * • ? • • • * • * • * • •«* • * • • ...

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

SUP&ttlQu STI3_DE._HTS iilOTE _aK&AD AT flaw York. ii.X—LlJPA * With the declaration that "There ie nothing eaored about tho four years that havo boon traditionally required for the ii_*B_» in tho American collage," Dean Lawrenoo K« Chamberlein of Columbia Collage has revealed plans _uaiaraay on a program that would encourage the _suporior student to move ahead in his field of special interest "just as rapidly as his abilitioa permit, " He disclosed that Columbia College is nos granting up to six points of ttotide&ic credit _tprord the _^*6_« _^ degareo—college erodit corned not on tho eaopusy but in the high school* These _ojpadlt_*_, i* ¦mm-cqcplMnod _^.<*» being awarded in recognition of the excellent teaching that is being done in some high schools and preparatory schools* Under the now policy, an advanced placement student will find it possible to take graduate level work In his senior year* "For many years entering students have been pe...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

_MONMOPfff _CWJifGE GETS TUITION ASSURANCE Menmouth. I11.*(I.P« }» A plan providing fov tuition assurance for ell Monmoufth College students has been approved by the college_'s truste es* The plan provides that in the event of the death of a student 's supporting parent, the student shall receive free tuition for the remaining years of his college enrollment * The tuition benefit begins with the opening day of the sdmester following _the _jwrentV death _<tnd _oonfcdjwea 4)ntil

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

_FOREIGN STtlDEMTS TO pAVIDSpN _COJ_^_EGE Pay_^dS9_fi....l_?f_»Q,..<ti _'t(_.Xp_?,it), 7 A scholarship program which will bring as many as sixteen foreign students to Davidson College each year for four years, has been made possible by grants from The Riohardson FoundationInc.and the Mary Lynn Richardson Fundboth of Greensboro, N.C, These grants arc subject to renewal* In addition to tuition, feesroom. laundry, and booksthe Richardson foreign Scholars will receive a grant of $200 for travel in the United States during the summer following their year at Davidson. The students will receive their board through arrangements with Davidson College fraternities and other student groups. Included in tho program are eight tuition grants totalling $4,000 per year to Davidson to help cover the difference in the tuition paid by students and the actual cost of their education. The expanded Richardson Foreign Student Scholarship Program Is the result of a successful four* year ex...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1958

STJTVBY OF _TESTING & _COUNSELING PROGRAM TLaialesha. Wist »(lff P_.) A survey of JMuior and senior men and women has _acen made by the Personnel Deans of Carroll College for the purpose of _clarifying the college testing add "counseling program. The _folliwing results, submitted by Dean of Men I rJ_» Housemay be of interest to other administratorsf 1} Students who have decided upon n major before starting college will probably change to another major by _oba end of their sophomore year| 67% of the men and A2% of the women who entered Carroll with a predetermined major changed to another field of study before their junior year. Z) Students who began college undecided as to a major determined one before their junior year and are least likely to make another change; 3856 of the ir-on and 31_# of the women in this category changed to another major after deciding upon their first choice. 3) High average students are less likely to change majors than average students....

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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