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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

TIGHT LITTLE ISLAND FRIDAY: 21 October I960 ?7What happens when a hard drinking is _' u.r; _^ full of Scots are first deprived of xhoir SCOTCH and then find a whole ship .full of BLACK & WHITE? One of the funniest pictures of all timel"

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

I960-I96I 3OLLEGE ARTS FILM SCHEDULE The following films are scheduled to be shown in the Student Union Building at 8 P«M» on the indicated dates. A heavy throng is expected for the initial showing«

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

r_* * _¦ •» ** _ii r* »¦ r_* r\ tm r_^ _#_» f_* r_* »» ** r* ** ** *• hamlet FRIDAY: 18 November I960 "Shakespeare ? s greatest Tragedy! This is the Laurence Olivier version*n

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

STATE DOWNED BY NATIONAL CHJJMES _* 21-15 By Dave Leonard In what has to be colled the best game of the season, Rip Engle _' s Nittany Lions fell prey to the Orange of Syracuse 21*15? before a record crowd of _£0i: 617 fans at Archbold Stadium, In the first quarterSyracuse drove 74. yards, with All-American Ernie Davis _dairying two tacklers in from the 18-yard line * The first quarter,stood at 7-0, State took over on its own 20_*yard stripe after a Syracuse punti They moved the boll to the Syracuse 4-5where Don Jonas went through tackle, got into the clear and went all the way. The halftime score: 7-7. Jim Kerr took the second half kickoff for State end ran it back to the Orange 32_» The Lions were stalled and punted, Syracuse took overbut went for naught and were forced to kick. State moved the ball to the Syracuse 38, where _ijwa _UBuisiVB pxyy vi _tjiie _gsiues iiuua. _pxuue • 1 Galen Hall v/ent back to throw and v_/as I rushed by Fred Moutino*> With Mautino hangi...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

U0H3 TURN BACK BLACK KNIGHTS By Dove Leonard After a humiliating homecoming defect by Missouri,' the Nittany Lions turned their vengernce on previously unbe _a ten Army to, the tune of, 27*% l6j before 27$ 160 fans at Michie Stadium, ' Army moved off to a 7_*-0 lead in the first quarter, climaxing a 70~yard drive with a 5 yard plunge * With State mixing up the plays they drove to the Army one-yard line, where Jimmy "Mr * Chips " Kerr scored the first of his three touchdowns * The half-*tine score ¦w as 7**7, After c punt exchange, Army rolled 62 yards for a score to open the third quarter« In what may have been the decisive play of the game, the try for extra point was wide and the score stood at 13-7. State came right back with a 64.-yard drive * With second down on the 25, ("rnTp.n _TTnil TnTlo_^ nut, _nnrt _Trf+.i_^_horl n perfect strike to Kerr, who carried it in for pay dirt * _Gppernan converted, making the score , L4**I3_« Army came back in the fourth period with a te...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

HOW DO YOU RATE? I understand how communism works and ean recognize it in acti on* _.Jea —. Possibly mmmm I admit that I don't know. I pride myself on my knowledge of current local, national * and international affairs . nrm.Yes . ....I'm interested in a United way. IILlii It really matters to me, I rebel against false and misleading advertising,, ., _,Yes nr Once in a while . Advertising is designed to "selln" These three questions were selected at random from twenty similar ones cont " ained in a startling pamphlet titled "How So You Rate Yourself? B The pamphlet is part of a Citizenship Quotient kit which contains material for putting wheels on Circle K_'s CQ program* The program intends to make you aware of your citizenship responsibilities and perhaps, what is more importantmake you aware of your citizenship deficiencies_« Citizenship_^ you know of course doesn't begin when you stuff your voter's card in your pocket * ¦ Citizenship begins the minute you ' re born,, In a...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

BASKETBALL The Intramural basketball league will begin on Monday, October 2& t I960. All games will be played in the Hazleton High School gymnasium. All participants are askedt to use the basement entrance, since the main doors will be locked* Up to date * four teams are registered and a _sshedule will be posted sometime this week. All games will be played on Monday nights throughout the winter monthse A complete schedule will be drawn up in the near future *. The winningest team will take the titleB

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

******************** S UB LOUN G E SITE OF F C ELD SERIES During the preceding weekthe SUB lounge draw baseball fans in good numbers« It was good to have this opportunity to watch the series, but it is suggested that the TV set get a onoe*-overfor it blacked out at the most opportune times. For example Bill _Mazeroski _' s dramatic homer that won. -the series. Both teams- deserve credit for fin© _^performances, but as Gino Cimoli of the Pirates saidJ "The Yankees got the recordsbut we won the series»"

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

EOOKING AT THE LIGHTER SIDE tHE SUNDAY visitors had pieked the farmer's fruit and his flowersand _theii1 cat* was full of plunder* Pointing to an unexplored highway, they _inquired of the farmer« "Shall we take this road babfc to the city?" rtYou might as well*1 replied the farmer* ''You ' ve got almost everything else!" ON THE OUTSKIRTS of an Oklahoma town are six service stations in a row_» Posted in front of the first is a large sign * "Last _dhance to Buy Gas—-the Next Five Stations Are Mirages_»ft THE TALKATIVE lady was telling her husband about the bad manners of a recent visitor. "If that woman yawned onceAlbert ; while I was talking, she yawned a dozen timesI" "iaybe she wasn't yawning " , dear n said the husband ? "maybe she was trying to say something * " SHORT AND SWEET: ¦ ¦ ._' - . : - ' _- ¦ r Pity the teen-age singing stars - Who , 'though they ' re earning plenty All too soon wake up to find * ; j They ' re all washed up at tweiity. THE TROUBLE with peop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

I _" ¦ f' " CIRCLE' K NEWS ,_L f ¦ I The Club elected Robert Thrash as > Treasurer for the semester at their I meeting on October 7, I960, The Club ; intends to pyfi up; _^ ba sketball net on \ the athletic field in the near future, I On October 3If at U* 00 _PoMo, Mr. \ _Amidon will address the Circle K Club \ members from various Key Clubs, and the I Hazleton Kiwanis Club in the SUB lounge. \ The talk will _Concern the _breakdown of the political parties.. ;; \ The _Circle K Club will hold "Citizenship Quotient " on November II960 in which all students should take parto i Phamphlets will be distributed throughout" the day in the SUBand the student body : is asked to cooperate in this worthwhile , survey. : At the meeting held on October I4-, I96 0the Club had Mr« Bachmana ; pt-ominent citizen' of _Hazleton and a men** _" ber of the Kiwanis Clubj( as their guest * ?,.#.**. * *,..* ,*****¦)*• # * ¦«• «¦ _#.,,#,,#. *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

Jo n I £ k _*t TlqHt_.iiiT_^Li_, Island 8 P.M. - Student Union Building "One of the funniest movies. " EVER Y ON E IN V ITED

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

AtKHJART CAf© PARTY The Pennsylvania State University Hazleton Campus Auxiliary extends an invitation to the students interested in cord playing to attend the Auxiliary Card Party on November 15I960 at 8 PJHU in the Union Building, Tickets for the affair are prised at one dollarj there will be a prize for each table, several door prizes, and a good time for allo The Auxiliary would like to extend this invitation to the Parents of our studentsespecially the Bothersp interested in becoming members of the Auxiliary, the sole purpose of which is rendering service to the College in . all its phases« Men as well as women are attending our Card Partyj you nay secure your tiekets in the Dispensary. Mrs, Leah Kostenbauder _^ ?_ro#»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 October 1960

COMMUNITY CHORIS Chorus rehearsal is held every Tuesday at 7i 3p P_»M<. in the Student Union Building * New members are cordially invited to attend.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 November 1960

Junior College Delegates Hear Challenge From Attorney L. G. Feldman A challenge to the youth oJ America to assume responsible roles of leadership was issued _bj Attorney Louis G. Peldmann or the evening of November 4, 1960 as he addressed some seventy-five state-wide delegates from sixteer junior colleges at the _Highaeres Campus of the Pennsylvania State University. Speaking during a dinner meeting of the two-day Pennsylvania Junior College ConventionMr, Peldmann declared that there are unlimited opportunities and a crying need for youth to take over the reins in science, government, and other fields. Mr. Feldmann warned that leaders must have the courage to face persecution, frustration, and insults. "You must have the courage to be unpopular," he said. Mr. Thomas J. Kidd, Highacres Union Building manager, delivared the keynote address. He described the history of the _conference and stressed the importance of forming a permanent srganization, since past meetings were not closel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 November 1960

Guidance Counselors And Schoolmen Hold Dinner Meeting in H.U.B. Sixty area schoolmen and guidance specialists met at the Hazleton Campus on _Wednesdaj evening, Nov. 171960 to discuss college admissionsprocedures, standards, and academic programs. Frank Kostos, director of the Highacres Campus, introduced members of the Tri-County Principals Association, and the speakers who were: Dr. Robert G. Bernreuter, special assistant to the president, dean of admissions and registrar. Dean Francis T. Hall, Jr., head of the department of Engineering and assistant dean of the College of Engineering and Architecture, and several other prominent men.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 November 1960

-miSYLVA MA STATE UMVERSIff _' ^^v_^. nAllElOU CAMPUS _LIBRARY | | | |p Best VC_^ishes For A Happy Thanksgiving

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 November 1960

— II* 1 ^^_% {** 11 * ~ Hazleton H1 fTh Q f* V*_HC itSM I _ftlllitfTlQrfe Support The Campus ' Own lll_g lldCXCO |^ V/UllCglCtll Highacres Ne_™P aP_*r volume 26-No. 3 HAZLETON CAMPUS, HAZLETON, PENNSYLVANIA November 21, I960 J_^d jnt _ ActiviHes _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 November 1960

Persevere In Your Field Of Study By BOB PETRAS The academic year is well underway. The first barrage of blue books have hit the campus. Many have been successful in meeting their first tests; others have not been so successful. As a result, some students have already begun to contemplate a switch to easier curriculums. As far as they know, the death knell for their original intellectual goals has been rung. They have already quit and given up the pursuit of the work which would have interested them most. They have not steeled themselves against the bleak reality that nothing worth having is easily attained. Yet, perseverance would carry many of them through, and one day they would become a real asset to their chosen field and experience the pure platonic joy that comes of thinking and surmounting the obstacles confronting finite man. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes summed up succinctly and emphatically this point on real intellectual endeavor when he wrote this: "No man has earn...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 21 November 1960

LIBRARY NEWS Gifts, in the form of periodicals, were given by the faculty to the Penn State students. These are as follows: Mr. Amidon—American Historical Review, The ProgressiveThe Manchester Guardian (19 works), Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Pennsylvania History. Mr. Zerbe — American Math. Monthly. Mr. Wilcox—College English-Mr. Nelson — The American Engineer, P a. Professional Engineer. Mr. Kostos—Journal of Engineering Graphic Science, Collegiate News and Views, Industrial Reference Viewer, The Lamp. Mr. Billig (P. P. & L.)—Public Utilities. Mr. Schneider — Penn State Alumni News. Mrs. Kostenbauder — Mining Congress Journal. Mr. and Mrs. John Longo—Book, Moscow Was My Parish by Rev. George Bissonnette (especially autographed to the Penn State Students). Students — check your library bulletin board for rules and regulations. CIRCLE K NEWS On October 31, 1960, the Circle K Club held a special meeting which took place in the lounge of the Highacres Union Build...

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