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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

0 V O THE HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN Hazleton Campus 1 Own Newspaper _. Editor*« ...Nancy Bradney Assistant Editor..Bob Zelnick Associate _Editors.Sandy Fohlman Art Editor........Claudia Laux Faculty Advisor...Andrew Kafka Staff Members......* Evelyn Casper Ed Oeol Tom Clatch Cathy Clyde Vic Cortez Barbara Jarick Barbara Letchko Alex Lilje Mery L. Korba Bob Perugini . Joe Roberts Pat _Reteneller Mary Lou Zukovich _Volume 26, Number 5 December, 1959 MANY U.S. TOWNS HAVE NAMES WHICH RELATE TO CHRISTMAS ##*#*##** ¦ ***»*** •*¦ *** Scattered here and there about the United States arc numerous towns and cities whose name reflects the Christinas idea in one way or another_. Best known, of course, are the towns of Santa Claus, Indiana, Bethlehem, Conn«, and Christmas .-, Fia_», whose post offices each year handle floods of mail from senders wishing to brighten their packages with yuletide postmarks • Indiana 's Santa Claus is the only town with exclusive rights to its Yuletide postmark,...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

SilFETY IS EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS It has been brought to the _attention of the traffic committee that students are not observing the regulations for pedestrians en the campus driveways. La a reminder we repeat from the Traffic _Ruiss, "Students walking up the hill *7_iri walk on the cmtside of the, read ( ;:h3 right hand side going _downj the _Xnfb hand side coming up) not mare ¦ ' _jhei .;. two abreast. Jaywalking will not ¦ .'-j _tolerated and will constitute a '.:::¦ ei'.ii c violation, " This reg-aj.at3.on is for your awn protection-*-'da not violate it. _, 2?. _Hgrant disregard of this safety rule :f 'Jl result iu a .flee «f _|I.CD. The rule agpj.rt.et- parking,on the c._tvixe or in -liiio faulty parking area _Sf_^._^k _teerx resiH.n.ledi Student cars _?:*¦_$ _pci.:.:jri'G"isd :,.m ttzle _crea only while ,.>* * >:r x-,._*f, rAp or 61 g _charging passengers. ': ir-\\_i:-:ag a _c_._hor.'t while for a passenger ¦_y±_bh the mot--:;- _running and the driver *..\_± ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

LET'S GO _CAROLIMH Our active srrority is planning to make it a MERRY _CHRISTMAS for the folks at the Hazleton State Hospital, Swankoski _' s nursing home on _tlie W.ilkes Barre highway, and cur faculty. The sorority will meet at 7:00 P.M. on Saturday, December 19, at the top of the hill here at Highacres_, Student body and friends are cordially invited tc accompany the carsling group. ititJlUi/Jt Jiii.i'JL iJi.il.il JLJi _Jt ._^ _^ .._^. THE LAST WORD Mr, Gordon rapped on his desk and shcuteds "Gentlemen—-orderi" The entire class yelled I "Be«.iH" M. _AL _AL. M. M. _ii. _Jt _Jt it _. ¦ A- a/ \J i- _vt l. v/ •. vf ., ._j

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

CHRISTMAS DANCE (FRIDAY, DEC. 18) The sorority is sponsoring the annual _CHRISTMAS D_/.NOE this year with the welcome help of the STUDENT COUNCIL. Refreshments will be served and entertainment furnished by the KINGSMENi EVERYONE is invited—admission free. Dancing will be frwn 9:05 to 12:1?"" P-.-N» Come and get into the MERRY CHRISTMiiS spirit_.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

HUES EDGE EAGLES IN DISPUTED GAME The HAWKS, steadily improving, nipped the EAGLES 45-44in the last few seconds c-f their bitterly contested game,, The winning goal was said to have come after the final buzzer, but a meeting of officials and timekeeper resulted in the goal being declared valid; thusallowing the HAWKS a victory. The decision was reviewed ' by the student council and upheld. High man for the EAGLES was Bafile with 17 points and. Erusa of the HAWKS who copped game searing honors with 20 points, ,Icv, 2?,. E1_ISCTR0NS REMAIN _UNDEFEATED, CRUSH RTMRUNNERS, 42-32. The red-hot _ELECTRONS, led by Sterba with 20 poi&ts, continued their winning ways fey dumping the RUMRUNNERS , 42-32. Sehiedy netted 15 points in a losing cause for the RUMRUNNERS. The ELECTRONS remain the only undefeated team in t&e intramural circuit *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

RUMRUNNERS TAKE TITLE, BELT ELECTRONS TWICE., 67-49, 20-16. *** «*•* _#¦ #?***¦#•)(¦ *•??**•# A highly spirited group cf cagers, calling themselves the RUMRUNNERSput all records aside on Monday evening and knocked the ELECTRONS from the unbeaten ranks to cop the Hazleton Campus Intramural title _y The . ' RUMRUNNERS were exceptionally hot in the full length geme<_, Led cnce again by Tarene and Schieiy with 30 and 16 points respectively, they were hard to beat,, Mills aided the RUMRUNNER cause by adding II points. The ELECTRONS were, champs in defeat also, Sterba who had s great season led the way with 28 points _fallowed by Antolick with 13 ccunters_. In the 10 minute playoff game, the RUMRUNNERS took the title with a 20-16 victory. The school pays tribute to two fine basketball teams—-*" THE RUMRUNNERS AND THE ELECTRONS

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

JOKE I heve a short-wave set, and because I understand Russian I frequently tune in on Radio Moscow. Yesterday I heard the Moscow Tomato Juice Program. The announcer ccme on and. ) said1 , "Moscow Tomato Juice ccmes in seven delicious flavors* All red. We ' re not asking you to try it. We ' re telling you»" On the seme program there was a news announcement * "Ivan Iko, Leningrad's Ne» I athlete," the announcer said, "just broke all existing track records for the 300-mile dash, the 400-mile dash, the 500-mile dash, _ge made these records on flat roads > hilly roads, and over our highest range of mountains. He made these records _y/ithout food or water for three days. _Hiwever, Ivan ' s performance, was in vain. He was captured and brought back to Leningrad."

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

Dec. 7 RUMRUNNERS ON REBOUND, SMASH HAWKS The RUMRUNNERS, recovering from a 42-32 setback by the ELECTRONS, hit the rebound trail by crushing the HAWKS in the highest scoring game of the season, 81-69, Tarone:and Schie_^y led the RUMRB1JNER attack with 31 and 20 points respectively. Big Al Jumpeter Y/ith 21 and Drusa with 20 points led the HAWKS scoring attack_. The RUMRUNNERS new have a chance to avenge their setback by the ELECTRONS for they collide in the championship game on December 14.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

PENN STATE OFFENSE VS ALABAMA DEFENSE IN FIRST ANNUAL LIBERTY BOWL Penn State will send its offensive football machine, led by triple-threat quarterback Richie Lucas, against defensive-minded Alabama Saturday in the inaugural Liberty Bowl in Philadelphia Stadium. It will be the first meeting in history between Alabama, ranked IOth in the final Associated Press poll, and Penn State, ranked I2th. Alabama, its line bolstered by guards Don Cochran, Bill Hannah and Wayne Sims and center Jim Blevins, allowed its opponents only 1,342 yards rushing and 52 points _ie posting a 7-1-2 record, Lucas, a _Glaasport_,Pa., senior who made the first team, United Press International All-_«Ameriea , ran and passed the Nittany Lions to an 8-2 season. Lucas hit on 58 of 117 passes for 913 yards and 5 touchdowns. Penn State racked up a total of 255 points. Bud Dudley, co-promoter of the game, estimated the contest would draw 5p,©00 fans. Philadelphia Stadium, formerly Snown as Municipal Stadium, ha...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

JOKE A patient in the doctor ' s office was listing his complaints to the nurse, "I've got a bad case of arthritis,", he enumerated , "there 's a buzzing in my ear, my ankle is sprained, I see spots in front of my eyes, and I've thrown my thumb out of Joint." "You must be awfully healthy, " replied the nurse, "to stand all the pain. " THERE 'S A BIG SIGN TOU SEE WHEN YOU ENTER LAS VEGAS... VERY BIBLICALI "THE GOOD LORD GIVETH, AND WE TAKETH AWAY. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

"CIRCA" REQUESTS MANUSCRIPTS CIRCA, the literary magazine of the Pennsylvania State University, has begun to request manuscripts for its annual issue to be published seraetime in the spring semester_. Any interested students or _j_* cfte_/ .9 professors are encouraged to submit material. CIRCA is a growing and a flexible magazine, and experimental work will be greatly appreciated. The format of the past has included poetry, essays, book reviews, criticism, fiction, and art work. Even plays are acceptable for publication. Correspondence may be mailed to CIRCA, Hetzel Union Building Desk, University Park, Penna.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 December 1959

RiGHT _WROfIG Tho Health Department of the Hazlo'bon Canpus of PS'J wishes to drca _attention to the proper use of drinking fou.r/u a Ins _s Drink fror the spray; not from the liD of the fount r. in?,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

To The Future Kostos Reviews Future Growth, Needsand Suaaestions for _Exoansion , [Editor's note: In response to the question asked Mr. Frank Kostos, Director of the Hazleton Campus, by your editor_, concerning Highacres' future growth, needs, and expansion, Mr. Kostos _released the following statement for publication:] During the past several years we have been faced with the staggering statistics predicting growti in our school populations. These figures not only call to our attention the growing trends in elementary and secondary schoo ages, but also an increase oi _students at the college levels. The Pennsylvania State University is well aware of these problems which confront then: -.nil all other Colleges and is ueordingly taking- all possible -.teps to meet this situation. The Addition of new dormitory space, _icw Engineering and Home Ecolomics Buildings at the University Campus are evidence of the University's sincere effort to cope vith some of the future needs. The ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

Hazleton Campus Looks j** HIGHACRES' MAIN BUILDING in a winter setting How Active Ss The Associate Degree _Student In Highacres' Extracurricular Program? By Sandie Pohlman (Ed. note: The COLLEGIA!! haw conducted a general survey t the Hazleton Campus to find a answer to the question posed i the headline, that is "How activ is the Associate Degree studen in Highacres' extracurricular _prc gram?" and lo find answers t these additional questions: Ho_^ MANY Associate Degree student are actually in the membership of the various student activitie at Highacres? Do those Associat students who are in activitie; ATTEND meeting's regularly am SUPPORT the activities? If not why not? We have tried to be objectivi in our presentation of our finding _>nd certainly hope that no om will be offended by our attempting ;o answer these questions. (Inci lentally, by Associate Degre< students we mean D.T., E.T., ant he Medical Technician Curricu urns.) We must realize thai here a...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

HAZLETON CAMPUS ALUMNI PLAN ACTIVE YEAR The Hazleton Campus Alumr Association is comprised of al students who have graduate_, from Highacres, both those in th Associate Degree program an those who leave Highacres t continue their _stinlief:- at ';he Maii Campus or elsewhere. In brief all students who have attendee Highacres are eligible f o: membership. The objectives of the Alumn Association are these: 1. To continue old friendships and cultivate new ones _amonj members. 2. To supply members wit? news of fellow members througr :he Alumni Association Newsletters. 3. To work closely with the idministration and faculty of the Hazleton Campus in order to offei suggestions concernng courses. 4. To assist the graduates with H'oblems of placement. 5. To recommend the organizaion of night classes at Highacres _according to the needs of the area _graduates. The Association conducts social is well as _business affairs. For nstance, last spring they sponored a reunion banquet at which )...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

Mil. ['RANK KOSTOS Highacres Expansion Calls For Closer Student Relations With Main Campus The _increase in enrollment e_? pected in the near future at _Higl acres will be aeompanicd by a increase in the importance c orienting- students to the Mai Campus. S o in e forward-looking step have already been taken nlon; these lines. For instance, maga zines published on Campus such a Froth and I_'enn State Enginee are now being sold in the SU_1 and it is hoped that some copie of the "Daily Collegian" will _jooi be made available to Highacresstudents. Closer relations betweci the student leaders of Highacre: and those of Main Campus an being fostered by Mr. Thoma_: Kidd, student activities eo-ordilator at Highacres. To aid transfer to Univorsitj _iuoj_^sonb ipns Sui._maykub ui >|._tBj as "Where's Nittany Hall? How io you get to Beaver Field? Where's the Chemistry Building' VIr. Kidd will hold a series of in'ormative- meetings concerning the Main Campus. These informal >...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

34 STUDENTS TRANSFER TO CAMPUS IN FEBRUARY Thirty-four Hazleton Campus P. Cohen, V. Cortex, F. Dagostin, students are transferring to the T. Drusa, L. Dubetsky, J. Dug-alloj Main Campus for the 1960 Spring E. Eeker W. Gillespie, A. Goshko, A. Jumpeter, S. Kozuch, J. Lin denmuth, L. Melatti, J. Melley, J. Moody, M. Ogorzalek, R. Redwinski, S. Sorce, J. Sorosky, F. Sullivan, R. Tirpak, R. Wagner, B. Washo. semester. They are: J. Baradzicj, R. Bartkowiak, J. Bartol, T. Brennan, T. Brill, C. Casper, E. Ceol, R. Cheeka, P. Cheplick, J. Chesonis, T. Clatch,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

Federal Loan Applications To Be Available In Spring Students who are interested in student loans under the National Defense Education Act should keep in mind the following: Loan applications for the 1960-1961 academic year will not be processed until late "next spring and during the summer. Therefore, it is suggested that Hazletom Campus students request applications from Mr. William Schneider after (he mid-term of the spring 1960 semester.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

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