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

Pen?! State _Blanks Alabama, 7-0 En First Annual Liberty Bowl _ A fake field goal, turned into s touchdown pass play, proved to be the clincher in the first annual Liberty Bowl. The contention thai time waits for no one was given a chance to be illustrated due to the fact that Richie Lucas sustained a hip injury in the first half of play and was unable to continue in his capacity as quarterback of the number twelve team in the nation. Sophomore Galen Hall replaced the all but indispensable all-American and played a key role in Penn State's victory. Hall also came through once before when Lucas was injured, leading State to its 28-10 triumph at West Virginia. Before Lucas departed for the final time in Blue and White, he showed the smaller-than-expected, windswept yet sun-baked audience why he gained recognition from coast to coast. He was the game's leading ground gainer despite the fact that he only played half of the game. pass against Alabama this season Not only Penn S...

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 Moralist (Continued from Page Two) phone call until she finally per suaded him to tell her the trutl about it. Sam told her that Henry their mutual friend, had _beei seeing another woman behind hi wife's back. Gloria suggested tha Sam should make it his busines to inform Lucille of what wa happening. Sam, in turn, _statei that he could not do this, becaus< he had been making excuses fo: Henry when his wife called to fine out why Henry was not home fron work, and if Sam should, at thi: time, tell Lucille the truth, ii would end a very long friendshi _i between the two families. Gloria sipped her coffee thought fully. "Who's the woman?" shi finally asked. "I don't know. He wouldn't tel me that. But she must be _wealthj or something. I mean, she doesn'1 seem to have a job. She meets hin: in the afternoon, and she nevei seems to have any trouble getting away." "How often do they meet?' Gloria asked. "Twice a week. Sometimes three times." "When are you providing ar alibi...

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

Alumni Plan (Continued from Page One) loyalty and sentiments that an associated with one's Alma Mater They look back to their friend ships and experiences gained hen during their early formative college years, be it in the terminal Associate Degree curriculum oi the Baccalaureate Degree program. They continue to be interested in Highacres. For example, Leonard Tyahla (D.D.T '58) who is working in Albuquerque, New Mexico, writes the following: "I was pleased tc receive your correspondence regarding the Alumni Association and I would like to continue tc remain in contact with the Hazleton Campus." James L Lettiere now with the U.S. Arm> writes this from Augusta, Ga.: "1 received the first oi your Newsletters, and i was most delighted :o hear from you ... If I can be _>f any help to the Alumni Association, please let me know." In a series of Alumni Associa-;ion meetings, future plans were discussed. One suggested service :o alumni would be the supplying r f a list o...

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

"RULES ARE FOR WHEN BRAINS RUN OUT" The House Rules Committee oi the Student Government Association has set up a series of House Rules that will be used to govern :he use of the Student Union Building. V i o 1 a t o r s will be penalized. House Rules 1. Papers and other trash should be placed in waste cans and dinner-ware should be returned to the kitchen. 2. The cafeteria shall be used for dining purposes only between the hours of 11:30 to 1:30. Do not eat lunches in the game room, lounge or hi-fi room. 3. All magazines should be placed on end tables of lounge. 1. Gambling will not be permitted or tolerated at any time. 5. Students are advised that they will be held responsible for all damages to SUB property. _>. Coats, lunches, and books are to be stored on the racks in the gameroom of the SUB or in the second floor closet of the Main Building. 'A little learning is a dangerous thing; Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring;." —Alexander Pope. "All wish to kno...

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

Associate Degree (Continued from Page One) ities at Highacres just don't hav< any interest. Their work isn't si difficult that it is impossible fo: them to find time." Bob Lawrence (2-ET): "I an not in any activities at Highacres The work I have in ET may be easier than that of some 4-yea: I go to the dances but that's abou' students, but there is more of it ill. If there were more interesting: activities, 1 would try hai'der te find time to join some. Also, i: ;here were a gym, there would be more interest in the variou: sports." Joan DeBalso (4-Med T): "I an secretary of the Sorority ane attend the dances, but I join ne _sther activities mainly because ,here are none which appeal tc ne. If there were, I woulc _iefinitely join some." Freddy Bernoski: "I am not ir iny Highacres' activities. Studies ¦omo hard to me and I work aftei school which takes much time. 1 'eel I should contribute something ;o the support of the activities _VJaybe if someone would tr_> lard...

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

Two New Clubs Formed At Highacres Organizational meetings for tw new student clubs were _hele recently at Highacres. John B. Gould, president of th< Hazleton Kiwanis Club, addressee the initial meeting of the Kiwanis Circle K Club, composed o: Highacres students who wei'( former Key Club members ir their high schools and are now interested in continuing theij community service work as university students. Charter members of the Circle K Club are Thomas Battle, Lev: Kishbaugh, Dennis Miller, Dave Senuto, John Williams, James Flesher, and Phil Hampel. Also organized was the Photo-Flash Club made up of students interested in various phases of photography — from taking pictures to developing the results. The initial project of this group will be to take pictures of the Hazleton Campus which will be1 shown in "La Vie," the senior yearbook on the University Park Campus. The group also takespictures for the Highacres Collegian. Members of the photography . ¦lub are Francis Fei...

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

Looks To Future (Continued from Page One) the Hazleton area for the nexi few years. However, if the _statt and national population trends are reflected in our area and ii the University is to meet this challenge of our growing college population, the Hazleton Campus will be faced with the same problems as those faced by the University Campus. Realistically the University is most anxious to develop present physical plant to most efficient use and secondly to prepare for whatever expansion will be necessary. In meeting this challenge, however, let us never lose sight of the fact that the physical plant is not the only aspect of the educational process. A Physical Education program, a fine Library collection, a college life through ample student activities, and, above all, a strong academic staff are all goals we should strive for. With an experience of 25 years of service and growth by the Hazleton Campus and the interest and ;o-operation of faculty, our student body, and especi...

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

CHESS TOURNEY? Attention chess fans! You will soon have a chance to prove just how good you really are at playing chess. There is a big, beautiful grand prize awaiting the champ too. Those interested should sign up with either Mr. Kidd, Vic Mills or Nancy Bradney. Scheduled games will be announced soon and results of the games will be posted on the bulletin boards. SIGN UP TODAY!

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

"DITC7i_T ALLY _SPLAXI_"_iG Let us _^e s_'.T _rre ot" th_? _jTlvilerep v.ih_^. ch the grme room in the SUB affords us* Its purpose is to c.ccomor'.r.te thsge students _vho •/cht, to spenr1 their leisurp time _doinp so-;eth:_"ng other then studying. _Soce _activities v'hich it o_^^ers ere pin:_"-ponr, dr.rts, 'n<? crr'"1 -p"'.cy ii"i r;_. These recre'.tions _t_' .re to be used—not abusei. In the c;:se of pin":-pon ,_^, the paddles "'ere rr:':de for the express purpose of playin; the gcxe—not to _beat ;. n:i-:st trbles. Also, the c:.rds ¦ _hi.ch > 'a b:-G~i pieced r/b cie_' s c_^-vsiisnce r.:ke better tc.ble cloth:; t!v:i cr _>ets. In other '. orr_\s, ¦ • fter _usi_'1 /.-; t':ese c. _- rds, they sh' -uld be _rertly collected ;: -d 1- i< ~ ' on the trble, not srrecd on the -_"_"locr_. Subsequently, the d; rtbocrd ? _>"d drrts ¦ >:hich Kve to be Cound in the _£;..me roon should be used in the r- nner "or vhich they ¦ ¦ ¦ere _designed * Ano...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

' SORORITY Iffil/S11 At a recent meeting' of the Theta Sigma I i sorority, threefreshman girls " were nominated fo for the vice-prsidency. The-y are the following: Anna Rote _helfi, Barbara Jarick, and Ann _Stish, Th _' e three sophomore girls that were nominated for secretary are these: Edwins Roland, _fcancy. Bradney, J oan Yencho. Hiss- Edwina Roland, chairman _Ol Wlf _bcutc bolt COuiiuittv _- _?, will inquire as to where it can be hfcld. Further details will be announced at e later date. The girls; hove begun preparations on writing up a constitution for the sorority which is required by the main _cempus. Cn kcrch 15th at the Hazleton High _Tschool auditorium , a fashion will be held sponsored by the _Women 's Gurnet- Committee. The girls selected to be models- are ther_^.: Ba rbara Jcrick and Elaine lotit °. The alternatives which were also chosen are these: Edwins Roland and i-ct Retcneller. _i/ith no further business to be discussed; the meeting was adjourned. A tramp h...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

_BAKCL On _Friday, February 26, the S.U.3. was the -scene of s very successful dance sponsered by the _student Government. Entertainment was provided by the Chordr. Their, _music was extremely good, especially after a short Intermission. ell rested, the band became livelier and even more entertaining. The highlight of the evening included Tom Malarkey dancing the Irish Jig to ' Oh, Marie.'' The dance committee's efforts on the decorations proved very effective and added to the gay mood of the evening. The students would like to extend their thanks to the chaperons and hope they enjoy-» ed themselves. Wig f re all looking forward to the next dance.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

An _Evening of Tropical Music An evening of tropical . music was presented on February 25, by far. Steel. The music was very enjoyable and the- n e c e s s a r y c tinosphe re wa s provided by palm trees situated in the 5.U.B. Due- to bad _weather many students were unable to ettend the _program; therefore-, Mr. Steel hat consented to a repeat performance which trill beheld some time in April.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

_UUidiiiUJi •LlFiiiY tyhot is needed for a xicllrounded _college life? This question _mcy be a problem to many students. It Is true, ell _college students arc primarily interested In _receiving o. _higher / ; degree of education_, in pre-*_- partition for their future-. This motive should be first on your list when you think of col lege life. Extra-curriculcr _activ 1-. ties take c second piece in importance in _college life, nevertheless, these ere of greet importance. A person must have en outlet of some sort for the things he enjoys doing. This, of course, does not pertain to the academic side of college life. STOIJ think of tome of the values there are in belonging to en extra-curricular _activity I/ill I get _anything in return for _giving my time to a club or a certain organization? Ara I just _casting tine, or is there some sign of _creativeness and progress in what I am doing? Am I partaking in this organization on my _orrn accord_, or is their someone forcing me in11-...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

DEAIf'S LIST Six baccalaureate degree students on the Hazle-ton campus of the iennsylvania _£tate" university attained the Dean 's List in recognition of superior academic performance last semester. A perfect 4.00 average, or " s tre ight A, " _wa s a t ta ined by ttro students, on* , in the baccalaureate and one in the associate degree programs. _Vhey ere Dominic F. Dcflna_, freshman arts and letters; and Bernard J. _Bartos, freshman electrical tcchraology strident. Others on the dean 's list in the baccalaureate program are: _Edward J. Ceol, 3.£3, business administration; ieter C.Cherlic' -'-, 3_»e,2 , chemical engineering; Joseph r. I-iarino, 3_«6o, chemistry; Thomas J. iuacovick_, 3.56, engineering; end Michael E. Slavich, 3.33, physics.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

HONOR. .ROLL- Those students on the honor roll are: Kancy D. Bradney, 3.L i0} A.L.jVictor E. Cprtez, 3._*IC, B.A.; William R. Fichter_^_S._^O_, fey.; Charles la. Lent, 3.40, Sec.Ed.; Barbers J. Yale, 3_«_4O, Journ.; I-iery 3L. Zukovich, 3._^0, i.i-i.; Barbara K. _Talkovski,3.55, A.i-.j Anthony J. Salvaggio,3.25_j A.L.; Basil D. Weho, 3.2_1 -!_, Ch.L.; _Hichard D. Allison, 3.20, £ec. lid.; Sandra G. iohlman, 3.20, Journ.; Thomas I;, Drusa, 3.1?^ Sec. Ed.; Bernice I_>i. Iiulib,3.G6, lied. _T.;Robert A. Bartkot-riaft, 3.00, E.E.; _Samuel A.Biank, Jr. 3.00, _jt.1-1.j iiichael f. 3ridgc, 3._OCngr.;_Robert C. Fetterman, 3.00, _angr.; Kenneth A. Fogash, 3.00_,3_jA.: Thomas I?. _Malarkey,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 March 1960

COI'iCERKING THE LEAi YLAR_A LAMELT On Lew Year 's Day of every _jear, divisible by 4, formerly carefree and independently-gay _single me Ice the world over stare bleary-eyed into s ere eked mirror at their _bristly countenances. There comer over their features a contortion stemming from eenrations of horror end apprehension. These emotions, in turn, ere _responsible to their realization that after their night of _revelry they now face a year fraught with challenges of rubtie deception, intensified to a _decree with which they hav_^ not had to contend _throughout the three preceding years_. Yes, poor wretches, you hove begun your harried race _through 366 da_^s oozing with calumny, deccipt, and divers unscrupulous wiles all practiced by that frail, sweetly-flowered innocent-T/QIiAI'j_. _^ There she standsi-pure on her pedestal, her hair wreathed artfully about her apparently-guileless face, a smile of F-hy grace upon her lips, and her hands clasped demurely before: her as tho1...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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