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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

! ¦ ¦ BOOK REVIEW CONT. ,- - [ carefully told and amply «j documented, - , The book is i rich in examples and illus- ¦ : trationso ~:: The history is ?. r _fitten in :; a style that will appeal to ¦ . both the general reader and i : the serious _historian* It [ traces the evolution of the ' _; funeral director as we know '; him today_» The book records • the progress of lay services to the dead and bo the be-¦ reaved in Western civiliza-* i tion from the early Egyptians • ' up to the present time. It ; reviews at some length funei eral beliefs and practices ¦ through the ages. i. The book details the history i of funeral goods and equipment such as caskets, coffins ri [ vehicles, costumes, s h rou d s , ifand mourning clothes. 4; One hund red years from now, • ' _^he History of /uiierican 'FuneraT Directing wi ' _ll be •: the key reference work on | ' how America buried her dead I ¦ up to mid-twentieth century*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

' ' L ¦---'_: .--•-..r.r-_^. . .,»--. -,J1-.J. _^JJ .,w-1^»^.,-. !! POOL TODAY [ . ¦ ¦ ,: j \ i ¦ j | ! | !Stude«it bodyS In the : Isast edition of the _; ! Collegien_ you may have '(noticed a warning, "Join a car pool and save park ,_; ing space_» " ) * ] We again strongly urge «you to heed this warni ingo Hurry because the • winter months will soon j be with us• Remember the blizzards of last winter? Accord-; ing to the farmer's al~ ; manac, the winter of ; '58-59 will be even worse , than last year 1 s-~this I ' 1 means an even less limited parking space than ' last year<> I Help alleviate the wintei parking problem by _i FORMING CAR POOLS TODATt i ¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

\ r cUOii xtaV _llii/, _ : ¦ ! ! ' i ¦ : _; \ ¦ : . The following books can : all be found in the High ¦ acres Library. j The History of American ¦ _^_iSe_^^_l Directing by ¦ Robert W« Habenstein and j William M* Lamers. i MilwaukeeI Bulfln Printers Inc., 1955 : The History of American _^urLeral Directing is the I first full-length pr_>r~ trait of the funeral di- : recting professiono While the story is full of profound human and great reader interest, it is at the same time i cont# ¦ - ¦ i

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

• ' The Theory and Practice of I FENCING by Julio Martinez : _Castellb_. New Yorkt Scribner, '¦ ¦ ; ' . - j' This book can teach a begin-¦ ner to fence and can also j ¦ ' prove helpful to the advan-: ' ced student. Some of the • . many important phases of I- fencing covered here are * ! fundamental positions, prei liminary actionsattacks, ; ; parries and returns, analysis :; of the foil bout, how to ; ; fence against a left-handed :¦ _• fencerengagements, feints, j compound attacks and com—¦ ' pound returns, and time cuts *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

FRIDAY THE HIGHACRES _COLLSGIAN NOVEMBER 7, 1958

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

_*BHHBBHHHHHHHHWBHB t-)t JHt * "VJHY STUDENTS CRACK UP" h_^-rd work, and the se a rch truth. There is above all a respect for the worth and dignity of the individual* In such an environment it is possible to ease the tensions that would break the string," Dean Rogers believes. | ¦ ! ! ! ! ! | ! ; She states that these students break down men- j tally, emotionally and j physically, sometimes j having to be hospitalized, i or requiring the aid of ! a psychiatrist? "Why do j some college students crack up ?" Mrs , Rogers j bel i eveo , "Part of the i reason is found in the ! individual—his inherited • characteristics, bio- i chemistry, and age. " ! To these cin be added those j things which happen to the j individual. "Tfoen a col- j lege student arrives at j school , he brings with him the influences of his home , school and _past ! world. He brings the experiences that will ! _make or break him," Dean Rogers continued * _; i The college student is i faced for the first time ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

¦_JHHHttHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH_** VPJ_ S GE T LIFE MEMBERSHIP Corvall i s , Ora«>-(I.P.)- First and second vicepresidents of the Associated Students of Oregon State College, beginning with the 1958-1959 school year , will receive, as a "fringe benefit" of their office , .1 paid life-time membership to the college alumni association_. The ASOSC senate voted that the alumni membershiDs, valued at $76 each, be given to the two vice-presidents at the and of their term of office each year * In rendering a positive vote on the pres _entation of alumni memberships, the senate disagreed with the recommendation of the senate student leader subsidy committee that the two vice-presidents be paid $30 per month during the academic year. The senate decision to give paid aluiijii member-* ships to vice-presidents in future years was preceded by a 15-0 senate vote to present last _year ' s two viee-_»presidesito » Tom Pickens, '58, and I Jan Nelson'59 with I _similar , m — i ships* ¦ | | ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

PENN STATE TRAMPLES \ ' FURMAN _3(r_® i j by J_. Cataldo • i Over 56 high school bands j wore entertained by the Pernsylvania State TJni- versity on November lj \ Band Day. These students _j wore thrilled as they saw j their state ' s team romp \ over Furman 36-0« Richie Lucas, the Lions j daring quarterback, j scored the first two j touchdowns himself and pitched to Dave Kasperian j for another. Kasperian ; also jumped over from i the one for a score * The final TD. was gotten j by virtue of a 6 yard plunge by Poalone* i i State' s extra points were obtained through j 2 passes and a run by Kasperian. 11

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

FRIDAY . THE HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN NOVEMBER 7, 1956 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

\ , _FATHER OF FACULTY j S: ' MEKB_^R DIES _j jJohn Ao Bouman, long a I writer and reporter for iThe Associated Press, | died November 3_> 195 8, ¦ _jin London, England. He ivms 85 years old. Mr* Bout-an, born in the Netherlands and a Dutch _| citizen until his death, | entered The Associated ; I Press foreign service in j : 1915 * He coverec1 "Kbrld j _TVar 1 from bases in the _i Netherlands and London _^ ! I I He had covered nearly ievery type of European j ! news event between '7orld ! Tars. He also served in I Associated Press bureausin Paris and in Berlin, ¦ where for eleven and a , ! half years he helped re— ! I cord the rise of Adolf 1 IjHitler. i On his retirement in 1939 ; he went to London to live \ \ with his family. { i One of Mr, B ouman_'s most ; spectacular assignments I was the reporting of the flight of Roald Amundsen, ex p l o rer , in the seedrigid dirigible Norge, over the North Pole in i Ma y, 1926* ! Mr. Bounian left his wife, ! Ethelwynnej two dau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

! CAN YOU SOLVF_, THIS? j — | | ! j.Let's imagine that we i have a very large sheet I. of tissue paper about ? the thickness of ciga-> rette paper, say a :¦ thousandth of an inch ¦ 'thick. The exact si_?e !! does not natter * Nov«_- ' you are to tear the shoe'e-|i in half and put one half 'j on the other* Now tea.. I the two pieces in half j , and again stack _thec_. to—f gether _^ _making a pile j: f our pieces high. Tear j these in half, making a _Jj pile of eight pieces. You are to keep this up until you have performed the operation 50 times* How high is the final ' , stack? ISubait your guesses to [ the Collegian office fwithin the week and the [winner and his correct ¦ answer will be _acanounced ¦in the next issue_« ' Members of the Collegian , f staff are not eligible. j _SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHrtHHHt* _j Dear Gabby * My boyfriend I is an arsonist. I have 1 been driving get-array | f ears for him for three I i years. Now he wants to • throw Lie over for a girl hwho ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

H|LLESJ[£TTRES On Thursday, October 30, 1958 the Belles Lettres Club held their second : meeting of the season. _Trofessor Kafka, otqr ad- ' . visor, gave a talk of the _development of the story around a particular _character or group of :¦ characters. He pointed ' ' >y. the example of the " _.raitor in Peyton Place. ' * _.a:y good books and stor-_; ' xe; have evolved around • tne character as the cen-1 _trnl theme, ra th er than d _rpending on a powerful : p_;iat. Professor Kafka / a 1.30 related that pub- : lishing separate chaptersbefore a book is completed is helpful by ' . _getting both criticism ' _sid possible revenue. Lc_^_er the prolif ic Frenchauthor, Georges S i m e n o n , was discussed. Simenon ' <¦ _whites mystery _novels in : ft:. ; short a time as 11 ] i,.ys, and has completed ' . v_30 published books in : .!„..:-•, lifetime. ; Professors Junes and Steel _y _.n.ombers ex-officiof wer e ¦; present. \ . * _* ¦ . * . * ¦ « * . * , * « * . * » * » * ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

FRIDAY THE HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN , iVOVEHBER 7. 1958 • • • ! " _TTT'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

the _^^^_ywr ( Taken from Stendhal ' s "History of Painting in Italy " and translated into English by Francis Kloeppel*) The world has never seen anything more novel than a body of twenty-eight _million men speaking the same language and laughing at the same things* Hew long, in the arts, will our character lie buried under imitation? We, the greatest people that ever existed (yes, even _after 1815) » we imitate the tiny tribes of Greece, which altogether could scarcely number two or three million inhabitants* When shall I see a people reared solely upon a recognition of the useful and the harmful, without talk of Jews, Greeks, Romans? Moreover, without our being aware of itthis revolution has already begun* We think of ourselves as faithful worshipers of the ancients} but we have too much sense to accept their standards, with all the consequences, in considerations of human beauty* Here, as elsewhere, we have two beliefs end two religion ?* With the pyo* _digious growthduring...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

_^^ _^^ w_^ r% _^^ _#• _»* _t% W9 _^^ _»» _• v #_• _^ w _^* _^" " _*_"_* *^ _^^ _*_r _^r f_™._^^ ** r_9 I i _NW PICTURE IN _LTBRART jOur thanks to Professor _) Andrew Kafkawho recently I _donated a picture of the [Hundred Great Books to the J Highacres Library * It is i an interesting and welcome I addition to our Campus * !This picture is also a timely donation, for the _Highacres Campus is again sponsoring an informal I adult evening course on {Great Literature, and I among the 5 books tentatively selected for this year 1 8 course are tiro from ti_» _Oreat Books list. Berkley' s "Principles of Human Knowledge " and Dante ' s "Divine Comedy"« j Mr* Robert Hutchins and a ] group of scholars from St* j John ' s College in Maryland _; selected the 100 books as a 'basis for their liberal Arts eocene *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

FRIDAI THE HIGH AC RES COLLEGIAN NOVEMBER 7, 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 7 November 1958

_' 100 Great Books-Great. Books Foundation - , . - , .. ., The Odyssey of _Horcer Tfe® Histojy of _Herodotua The. Genuine lbs.*: of Hippocrates Adams Thucydide (Tr0 into English) _Jcwett _Aristarehua of Samoa T«LoB©_atii The Dialogues of Plato jowbt The Plays of Euripides The _Agaasermoa of Aeschylus ArJLsto Pl5an@s ¦ Elsset:ra Aristotle- Physics ' ' _j_^sp The _Ibrks of _Arohiaieciee TphPEea,_fAi The Thirteen Books of Euclid's _Elesatmts . T_.L_^Heath _Apo3.1onius_«Conicjs Plutarch _«s Lives Virgil Lttoretia Ptolea_^_-_^_Aljaagest. Cieero' ¦ . , _WolflUlar ¦tecitua The Bible Ga3,erd _Opsra Tfe© Institutes of _Justlaian ' Sandars The Confessions of StoAugustine _AwgustiEeitia Music _Crcaseteste_^Oa Light _Bonavsntore_^_Keduct ion of Arte The Sunaaa Thaologioa of _Stofhoiaas Aquinas The. Song of Holand (_Chsinson de Holaad) Th© BiTlne _Coiuat_^r ¦ Dante Alighisri Works of _chauasr fn& poeais of Francois Villon The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci The Works of Babelais _Copsrn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958

fc THE _PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY Highacres Campus, Hazleton, Pa.

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 5 December 1958
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