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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

PRO AND CON By Joe Koberts A question of debatable merit revolves around the "no •cut" policy currently enforced here at Highacres. Administrators contend that the "cut" system invites unnecessary absences while students argue that the "no cut" program questions their maturity in so far as it removes the prerogative, considered by many to be an inalienable right, to skip a class or two, and that it adds regimentation to college that characterized high school days. This may be true. We reject the "no cut" attitude for another reason. Since confessing to an intentional cut is hardly expected, in explaining absence partially in deference to the instructor's feeling's but mainly to preserve the integrity of his ¦own academic status, the student turns to the questionable excuse. These excuses, invariably girdled in propriety, serve only in varying degrees to mollify the instructor's misgivings that it was not by deliberate choice that a class was missed (unthinkable, even though on...

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

NEVER TOO LATE FOR A COLLEGE EDUCATION Bv Isadore Brody What is a college student s outlook on studies after a tenyears' absence after graduating from high school ? It is one thing going to college soon after graduating from high school when one's mind is fresh and disciplined and still atuned to study habits. It is another thing being away from formal schooling and then returning to adjust to college. I realized that coming back to school would be a completely new and different experience for me and would also mean many sacrifices of things to which I had grown accustomed, for in tenyears' absence from formal education, one certainly can change his values as to what is and what is not important. The friendliness of my fellow students and the assistance of the instructors have helped me become acclimated to the situation. Perhaps, the fact that Highacies provides a friendly atmosphere may also have helped put me at PJlRfi. ( me of the advice of the guidance counselor who sai...

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

sat in iront oi tne The Moralist a short story by bob perugini ujoria typewriter in her study, and picked at the raised metal keys with a forefinger nail. One by one she dug at them collecting the dried eraser crumbs and flicking them into the wastebasket in the corner. This was getting her nowhere, she realized. What she needed was an idea for a story. She had to concentrate on writing. No writing, no money; no money, no extra luxuries, she thought, and then became irked with herself for continuing to waste time instead of sitting down and writing. But the idea wouldn't come, so she continued cleaning the typewriter keys the hard way. When she had finished, she remembered that she had heard the phone ring a few minutes back. She could still hear her husband'smuffled voice in the living room. She lifted the extension on her desk and held it to her ear. " . . . . about Lucille. Suppose she finds out?" her husband, Sam, was saying-. "I've thought of " the other voice started t...

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

VICTOR VOLUME DISCOVERS HI-FI Victor Volume enters his Hi-Fi room after reading the latest issue of "The Highest of Fi," (the well-known magazine for Hi-Fi lovers everywhere) which has sown seeds of anxiety and discontent in his unstable mind. He selects one of his Super Hi-Fi records and places it reverently on the turn-table platter. Next, Victor gingerly turns on the amplifier to flat response, and listens for the first sounds acting not as a man anticipating pleasure, but as a man awaiting a jail sentence. Since no one is in the house, full volume sounds issue forth from all eleven speakers. "Crash, SMASH, BANG, Pooooooow" — this melodious ditty echoes throughout the house and throughout a four block radius of the Volume homestead. Victor knows that his tweeters aren't tweeting high enough and that his woofers aren't woofing low enough, nevertheless, he is shocked and pained to hear his woofers picking up an ominous rumble which indicates that his Dizzy Spin Turn Table, mo...

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

Tentative Examination Schedule Announced A tentative hnal examination schedule has just been released by Mr. Schneider. Thursday, January 21 All math and accounting. Also general psychology, industrial organization and management. Friday, January 22 All chemistry. Also principles of marketing, elements of physics, advanced engineering and drawing, advanced German 3, sociology and direct current machines. Saturday, January 23 All English composition. Also business law and alternating current circuits. Monday, January 25 All public speaking, engineering mechanics, engineering calculations, kinematics, and general physics. Tuesday, January 26 Direct current circuits, strength and properties of materials, elementary electronics, political science and English literature. Wednesday, January 27 Zoology, history, beginning German. Thursday, January 28 Music appreciation.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 January 1960

i DISSECTING IS FUN? If you happen to be walking through the Main Building between 2:00 p. m. and 4:00 p. m~ some afternoon and you hear a voice shout, "I'm not going to touch that thing!" you'll know that it is some freshman preparing to perform his or her dissection in the Zoo Lab. Perhaps a stranger to the lab would find the fumes of the formaldehyde somewhat overpowering. But each year's brave group of incoming freshmen manage to add a humorous note to the interesting but otherwise gory proceedings. This "humor" is found in the names attached to the specimens. This year's original group consists of "Fearless Fidel," "Freddy the Freeloader," "Leaping Lill," "Jumping Jill," "Symantha" as well as various professors' first names better left unmentioned. RICHARD L. SCHATZ, dissecting frogs in Zoology Lab

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

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

Highacres_^m Collegian HAZLETON CAMPUS' OWN NEWSPAPER Member of Intercollegiate Press Association Published by the Journalism Club of the Hazleton Campus of the Pennsylvania State University, Hazleton, Pennsylvania STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Art Editor Nancy Bradney Bob Zelnick Claudia Laux REPORTERS Alex Lilje Mary L. Korba Francis Parano Bob Perugini Sandy Pohlman Joe Roberts Pat Reteneller Lou Zukovich Matt Ogorzalek Stephen Goldian Professor Andrew Kafka Joe Bolitsky Ed Ceol Tom Clatch Cathy Clyde Vic Cortez Barbara Jarick Barbara Letchko Mary Photographers Faculty Advisor «^iP " " .. + "'r

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

Panel Discussion On Public Schools Held At The Highacres Campus A hard-hitting panel discussion Schneider agreed with a student on the public schools took place a1 the Highacres Campus of _Pennsyl vania State University recently. Frank give-and-take on a wid< range of subjects brought oui many questions from students 01 alleged serious defects of teachers mainly in the high schools politics, and provisions for betterthan-average students. Two students and an ares educator made up the panel. Thej were Phyllis Cohen, a freshman: Paul Thompson, a senior, anc Julius Schneider, supervising principal of West Hazleton High School. The most intensive discussior took place in the course of a question and answer session between Schneider, the other panelists, and members of the student body. Schneider was asked about the influence of politics as related tc teaching jobs, so-called "kickbacks" and other questions pertaining to politics and the board of education. In his area of deci...

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

Mid-Semester Ranking Of Students 25 Mulik, Bernice 2.88 1 Med.7 26 Brennan_, Thomas 2.83 3 E.E. 26 Drusa, Thomas 2.83 5 Sec.Ed 26 Sterba, James 2.83 3 P.M. 29 Dufallo, Joseph 2.82 3 Ch.E. 30 Lotito, Elaine 2.80 1 B.A. 30 Slapcinsky, John 2.80 2 Coun. 32 Ogorzalek, Jr. Mat. 2.78 3 Aro.E. 33 Bafile, Thomas 2.75 1 Engr. 33 Fetterman, Robert 2.75 1 Engr. 33 Fogash, Kenneth 2.75 1 B.A. 36 Redwinski, Robert 2.73 4 E.E. ASSOCIATE DEGREE STUDENTS 1 Bartos, Bernard 3.59 1 2E.T. 2 Gladis, Stephen 3.25 1 2DDT 3 Glenn, David 3.19 1 2DDT 4 Remaley, William 3.13 1 2DDT 5 Casper, Catherine 3.12 3 2MDT 6 Love, Donald 3.06 ] 2DDT 6 Palinchak, Michael 3.06 1 2E.T. 8 Beccone, John 3.00 3 2E.T. 9 Andreas, Walter 2.94 1 2E.T. 9 Bogert, Gerald L. 2.94 3 2E.T. 1 1 Maruschak, Joseph 2.93 3 2E.T. 12 Bemoski, Fred 2.88 1 2E.T. 12 Pasdon, Norbert 2.88 1 2E.T. 12 Yencho, Joan 2.88 3 2MDT 15 Naugle, Allan 2.85 1 2DDT 16 Rodzewich, Joseph 2.83 3 2DDT 18 Kolesar, George 2.81 1 2DDT 19 DeMara, Francis 2.76 1...

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

club has been Ronnie Lyon Elected Chairman Of ICG A new organized at the Hazleton Campus, This club is known as the "I. C. G." standing for the Intercollegiate Conference on Government. The purpose oi this club it "not to preach, nor even to teach, but merely to provide a means whereby students may learn together how their government operates." The club has had two meetings thus far. At the first meeting the temporary officers of the club were elected. They are: chairman, Ronnie Lyon; secretary, Donata Matteo; and treasurer, Joe Bolitsky. The club has begun to draw up its constitution and by-laws. The temporary officers attended a Regional Executive Committee Meeting at the University of Scranton on Sunday afternoon, December 13. Plans for a regional convention were discussed. The Hazleton Chapter of I. C. G. is a member of the Northeastern Region of Pennsylvania I. C. G. The regional convention will be held at Marywood College in Scranton on March 6. The State Convention will...

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

THETA SIGMA PI SORORITY PLANS TRIP TO NYC A trip to see a play in New York City will climax the semester's activities for the girls of the Theta Sigma Pi Sorority. The girls are planning to make the trip in February during the mid-semester vacation. On the agenda thus far are plans to see either Jackie Gleason in "Take Me Along," or "Sweet Bird of Youth," and dinner. The trip will serve as a farewell party for the girls who are leaving Highacres in February. Bake Sale Sorority plans for the month of January include a bake sale on a date to be announced. Here'sa good chance for all you lucky fellows to go see how she car bake! Edwina Roland is committee _chairman. Miss Sandy Pohlman and her committee are getting ready to serve the girls' mothers and the faculty wives at a Mothers' Tea on January 10. Miss Claudia Laux is in charge of the entertainment and she is now recruiting all our local female talent. Christmas Banquet Held On Sunday evening, Dec. 13, the sorority held their...

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

Beat Goes Square: Now In Dictionary Many of the dictionaries that college students are using this year contain, to the possible dismay of some academic conservatives, such new items as rock 'n' roll, beat generation and the screwdriver cocktail. In fact, Larry Urdang, a lexicographer for the American College Dictionary, recently disclosed that the beat novelist Jack Kerouac had been asked by the dictionary to help define beat generation. Mr. Kerouac's definition: "members of the generation that came of age after World War II and Korean War who join in the relaxation of social and sexual tensions and espouse anti-regimentation, mystic dis-affiliation and material-simplicity values, supposedly as a result of 'cold war' disillusionment." In addition to screwdriver (a cocktail made from vodka and orange juice) and rock 'n' roll (a heavily accented rhythm, related to hillbilly and blues forms), new scientific terms and names are in the latest dictionary. Pope John XXIII and Governo...

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

College-Community Chorus Sings Handel's "Messiah" The Pennsylvania State University's Hazleton Campus-Community Chorus presented its Christmas interpretation of Handel's "Messiah" on Sunday evening, December 13, at the Sechler Auditorium of Emmanuel's United Church of Christ in Hazleton. The "Messiah," an oratorio, was written in 1741 by George Frederick Handel. It was completed in 24 days and after a rehearsal April 8, 1742, it was performed at Dublin. The soloists at the College-Community concert were Mrs. Brian Fetterman, Mrs. May Morrow, Rev. John Stoudt_, and Rev. Brian Fetterman. The accompanists were Thomas Clatch, pianist, and Joseph Jumpeter, organist. Both accompanists are students of music at the Hazleton Campus. Miss Pearl G. Garbrick, assistant pro fessor of music at Highacres is the directress of the chorus. After the performance, refreshments were served by the Theta Sigma Pi Sorority of Highacres under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Bodenstein. The concert...

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

"Mother-Daughter" Tea Held At Highacres Theta Sigma Pi Sorority sponsored a tea with entertainment at the Highacres S.U.B. on Sunday, January 10, 1960 for the mothers of students, wives of the Faculty, and the Faculty women. An interesting program was presented, featuring singing, dancing, a dramatic reading, and piano renditions by sorority members. Chairman for this occasion was Sandra Pohlman, first-semester freshman at P.S.U.; Claudia Laux, also in her first semester, planned the entertainment. The program announcer was Mary Lou Zukovich. Usherettes were Mary Korba, Evelyn Casper, Janet Kamin, Donata Matteo, Barbara Jarick, and Claudia Laux. Mary Lou Zukovich, a secondsemester student in pre-med, is president of the Sorority. Mrs. Elizabeth Bodenstein is faculty advisor.

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

College Arts Society To Present Film Feb. 22 The College Arts Society will present the third in a series oi four outstanding films Februarj 22. The film "Monsieur Vincent,' based on the life of St. Vincent de Paul is in French with English subtitles. The last movie of the series is scheduled for April 4. It is an Italian film entitled "The Bicycle Thief." ¦ > ¦ "What is the hardest task in the world? To think." —Emerson.

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

STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL IN SESSION. Seated around the table from left to right: Vic Cortez, Vic Mills, Sandie Pohlman (Secretary), Jack Baradziej, Thomas Brennan (President), Bob Perugini (Vice-President), Joseph Bolitsky, Nancy Bradney, and Ed Coel (Treasurer).

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

Have you Used Highacres' Record Lending Service? There are still very few students who have noticed a new addition to Hazleton Campus' library—that is, a record lending service. The wide selection of records may be taken out in the same manner books are. All students are encouraged and urged to take advantage of this service.

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

THE AMERICAN PROVERB COLLECTOR'S ITEM How often we hear proverbial, fixed expressions like these: "Absence makes the heart grow fonder;" "Make hay while the sun shines;" "Love is blind;" "It's never too late to learn." These apt, short, pithy sayings, with a touch of fancy in the phrasing, are frequently handed down from generation to generation. As they usually present well-known truths, they serve to express wise counsel or warning when nothing else will. There are proverbs for the weather, for various occupations, for philosophizing on the human frailties, and for almost all the crises imaginable. A number of sayings are national in popularity. Yet, rural or secluded _districts are especially rich in proveibial lore which is often quaintly peculiar to the particular locality. Then, too, the various _foreign strains blending to furnish our American citizenry offer sources .for many proverbs. Any number have been translated and adapted from foreign languages into idiomatic ...

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

Rumrunners Take Intramural Basketball Title BEAT ELECTRONS 67-49, 20-16 The RUMRUNNERS knocked the ELECTRONS from th< unbeaten ranks 67-49, in the first of two playoff games and theto went on to win the second game, 20-16, for th_« first semester Hazleton Campus intramural title. Displaying spirit and teamwork, the RUMRUNNERS were hard to overcome in both games. Tarone and Schiedj were the big guns for the RUMRUNNERS, chipping in with 30 and 16 points respectively. Mills also hit double figures for the RUMRUNNERS with 11 points. The ELECTRONS had set back the RUMRUNNERS earlier in the season by the score of 42-32. The RUMRUNNERS didn't forget that and avenged their earlier defeal by grabbing the title. Jim Sterba hit the nets for 28 counters in a losing cause Jim Led the ELECTRONS in scoring most of the season and the title game was no exception. Antolick chipped in with 13 points to back up Sterba, but it just wasn't enough tc stop the RUMRUNNERS. In the final playof...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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