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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

Words are feminine; deeds are masculine . —Baltasar Gracian

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

Highacres fifl Collegian "HAZLETON CAMPUS' OWN NEWSPAPER" Published by the Journalism Club of the Hazleton Campus of the Pennsylvania State University, Hazleton, Pennsylvania STAFF Editor Paul Miller Associate Editor Grace Ramaize News Editor Levi Kishbaugh Sports Editor Howard Keiper Art Editor , Randy Allen Circulation Manager Rose Marie Carey Business Manager Fred Matthews REPORTERS Betty Ann Acri, Jay Birt, Robert Krutsick, Lois Lombardo, Jim Marcolina, William Morgan, Richard Swank, Sally Switaj Photographer William Slattery Farultv Advisor Professor Andrew Kafka

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

Music, The Universal Language By JOANNE PREZKOP JOANNE PREZKOP [Editor's note: Joanne Prezkop o1 421 East Diamond Avenue, Hazleton, is an alumna of St. Gabriel's Higl" School, class of 1960. She is now a student in Medical Technology anc is also a member of the Theta Sigma Pi Sorority.] The "sound of music" flows everywhere. Music can be experienced universally from the complexity of a symphony orchestra to the simple melody of a whistling boy, and from the earliest church music to modern jazz. It is an incomparable language that everyone should understand and enjoy with greai pleasure. Yet, to understand music more fully, one must learn some of its major ideas. In turning to the definition in Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary one finds this: "Music is melody or harmony; any succession of tones so modulated as to please the ear, or any combination of simultaneous tones in harmony." Although the dictionary definition is useful, only experience in listening to music will help ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

MEET MRS. BODENSTEIN For this issue of the Collegian, Miss Joanne Rossi has interviewed a member of the German and English Departments, Mrs. Elizabeth Bodenstein. Perhaps, you have wondered where Mrs. Bodenstein acquired her charming British accent. She was born in England and spent her formative years in London. The fact that her accent is British and not Cockney surprises her. Mrs. Bodenstein's father was a member of the European staff of the Associated Press. As a result of his various assignments, she has lived in both Holland and Germany. During the five years she spent in Berlin, Mrs. Bodenatein taught English in private circles, attended classes at the University of Berlin to perfect her knowledge of German, and did much German to English translation work. She even produced a small text book in English for use in the German schools. In 1933, while still in Germany, Mrs. Bodenstein married. Her daughter was born there before they came to the United States where she has...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

HAZLETON CAMPUS PROFESSOR DIES The administration, faculty, and student body extend their deepest sympathy to Mr. Herschfeld's relatives. Aaron Herschfeld, assistant professor of mathematics, died on Sunday, February 12, 1961, at the Geisinger Hospital, Danville, where he had been a patient for three weeks. A member of the Hazleton Campus faculty for the last four years, Professor Herschfeld came here from Canisius College, Buffalo, N. Y. He previously served as an instructor in mathematics and mechanics at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, N. Y. He was graduated from the College of the City of New York with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics in 1932 and earned a Master of Arts degree from Columbia University in 1934. Surviving are two brothers: Morris, Brooklyn; Sam, Miami; and two sisters: Mrs. Louis Cherkasky, Brooklyn; and Mrs. Louis Landweber, Iowa City, Iowa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

LIBRARY NOTES Mr. Prank Kostos has presentee Max Weber's Religions of th« East in three volumes, to the Library in memory of _Professoi Herschfeld. In addition, Mr. Kostos gave these books as gifts: T. Herberg's A New Geometry, J. A. Nyberg's Plane Geometry and F. E. Seymour's Plane Geometry. Also, thanks to Mr. Kostos' gift of a roomy display rack to our everexpanding Library, Mrs. Ferry has been able to arrange a Vocational Guidance file on the wall of the Charge Room. Students can read about all types of occupations and professions to be found on this rack. Professor James Steel has loaned an extensive collection of books about Egypt to our Library. These include The Nile, The Mummy, etc. The Library has purchased the fifteen-volume Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, published by McGraw-Hill. Roll Up Your Sleeves "Success will come to you If you but let it," They said. But I found out You'd better go and get it. —Rosa Marinone

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

End Of An Angry Day "NO SHOOTING PERMITTED IN THE CEMETERY." The place? Gettysburg, July 1, 1863. All is quiet now in the little grave yard south of town. The sun is not yet gone, but this night no crickets will be heard, only the constant low moaning and wailing of the wounded and dying. No rabbits tonight, just weak and weary soldiers. The acrid smell of gunpowder mixes with the fragrance of splintered trees and the smell of sweaty, dying men to form a smell which is sickening in every aspect, physical and mental. A cloud seems to hang over, not only the cemetery, but the whole country side; a shadow of violent death present, not a mist of peaceful death past. A cannoneer moves to prime his piece and stumbles over a sign:

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

POLITICAL MAIL BAG Congressman J. A. Blatnik: How can we prevent this storj from becoming a reality?" It's the end of the Third World War, and every human being on earth has been killed off except one man who is badly wounded and is leaning up against a tree—finally he, too, keels over dead. An ape sitting in the tree watching what has happened, turns to his mate and exclaims, "My God, do we have to start this whole thing over again!" Senator H. M. Kilgore: I don't know why the Senate wastes our valuable money and its time investigating the Housing Shortage. There really is no Housing Shortage. This is just a nasty rumor started by people who have no place to live.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

MARCH 3, 1961 ' HIGH ACRES COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce has proposed that some of the Commonwealth campuses, like Hazleton Campus, at present two-year colleges, be expanded into fully-accredited fouryear institutions as an economiceducational aid to depressed areas in the Commonwealth. Little more than a quarter of a century ago, the Pennsylvania State University began the establishment of what are now Commonwealth campuses in the Anthracite regions of Pennsylvania. They were, and are two-year colleges affording the nucleus of a variety of curricula leading to baccalaureate and associate degrees, and have afforded countless thousands of young men and women the beginnings of higher education who ordinarily would not be able to avail themselves of such opportunities if they could not live at home. Recommend 4-Year Status For Highacres The foundations of curriculum_, physical plant, and tradition would provide a relatively easy transition into expanded four-year colleges of fine reputations. ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

Hazleton Elks Offer a Scholarship A $200 scholarship is open to a beginning freshman or sophomore. This is being offered through the generosity of the Hazleton Elks Lodge. Applicants' grades and need will be considered in granting this scholarship. Pick up an application in the front office if you are interested. PRESENTING OUR FRONT-OFFICE SECRETARIES Si MISS RUTH DONAR AND MRS. VIVIAN ENAMA For those who appreciate the help given to them by Ruth and Vivian, our college' s office staff, but never got to know them personally, and for those who are simply curious about the two secretaries working in the Office, this section of the newspaper is made for you, because now you will learn of their backgrounds and opinions. Vivian (pictured on the right), who works at the desk in the far corner, was raised in Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania, where she started her education ultimately leading to West Hazleton High School and the McCann School of Business. Besides being a secretary, she is m...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

fen University Park Singers Coming to Highacres A VERSE FROM RICHIE SCHATZ, HOW ON THE MAIN CAMPUS The spring of the year brings. renewed life to the world; The forests dress up with their brilliance unfurled. But my love for Spring is quite different, I fear, For it is then I know that Summer's quite near! Juliet B. Howells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Howells, 5 Orchard St., Nanticoke, is one of the singers. n State Singers, a 20-voice student group from the University Park campus of the Pennsylvania State University, will present a concert at the Hazleton Campus of the University on Sunday, March 26, at 7:30 p.m. in the new Student Union Building. The public is invited to hear this unusual group which was organized three years ago by its present director, Raymond Brown, associate professor of music, to present music in the manner of the "Collegium Musicum," which were university or club groups interested in music and organized in the 18th century in Germany, Switzerl...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

"If" For Girls If you can hear the whispering about you And never yield to deal in whispers, too; { If you can bravely smile when loved ones doubt you And never doubt in turn what loved ones do; If you can keep a sweet and gentle spirit In spite of fame or fortune, rank or place, And though you win your goal or only near it t Can win with poise or lose with equal grace; If you can lock your heart on confidences tslor ever needlessly in turn confide; If you can put behind you all pretenses Of mock humility or foolish pride; If you can keep the simple, homely virtue Of walking right with God — then have no fear That anything in all the world can hurt you—And — which is more — you'll be a Woman, dear. ( Suggested by Kipling's "If")

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

COMING EVENT On April 7, 1961, at St. Joseph's Hall in Hazleton, the Hazleton Women's Club for their welfare projects will sponsor the appearance of Arthur Miller better known as Oaky Miller conducting a record hop and having several outstanding artists with him for entertainment. Oaky conducts this type of hop every Friday and Saturday night in Atlantic City and is becoming quite popular as a_top entertainer. He is a senior at Temple University, a three-letter man in track, football, cross country, all the while putting in his comedy and impersonation act for charity and pleasure. He completed three years at the University of Alabama, taking a pre-medical course like his older brother, now a resident in surgery. He played a minor part in 20th Century's Lost and Lonely. His hops and Club acts, his writing and producing received recognition in the October 25 edition of Sunday's The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine. This rare treat for the youth of Hazleton has been planned by T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

Belles-Lettres Club Plans Active Semester The Highacres Belles-Lettres Society, dedicated to the appreciation of good literature and the encouraging of the creative spirit in writing has been meeting every Monday during the fifth period in room 104 of the Memorial Hall. The Society has a number oi activities planned so far. It will sponsor the annual Highacres Reading Festival to be held in the SUB during the evening of Friday, March 24. All students are invited to participate. For the winners, the prizes will be a trip to Main Campus to participate in the University Park state-wide Reading Festival. Sign up in the Library. The Society also will sponsor the High School Reading Festival for high schools in this area to be held in April in the SUB.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

A Universal Message A listing of the "seven deadly sins" of modern society, as published in the magazine "Social Welfare" for Malayan youth in Singapore, shows that never-ending efforts are needed to overcome the tendency to take the easy way out. 1. Politics without principle. 2. Pleasure without conscience. 3. Knowledge without work. 4. Wealth without work. 5. Business without morality. 6. Science without humanity. 7. Worship without sacrifice.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 3 March 1961

PAGE FOUR HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN MARCH 3, 1961

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 May 1961

ANNUAL MAY DAY DRAWS NEAR On May 131961at three o'clock, the Theta Sigma Pi Sorority will present the Annual May Day Coronation in the Student Union Building. The May Day tradition began at the Penn State Campus at Hazleton in 1945. Ceremonies Combined the Coronation of the queen with ' May Day rites and the Queen's Ball. When the Hazleton Campus moved to Highacres in 1950, the May Day tradition took on a natural freshness from its eminence on Butler mountain overlooking the beautiful Conyngham Valley. This year the queen and her court are the following; Connie Belletiere, current president of the sorority, queen. Randy Allenmaid of honor. Sophomore attendants: Dolores Ritsick_, Donata MatteoBernice Mulik. Freshman attendants: Carmela Bangor, Grace Ramaize_, Diane _Kapes. Crown bearer: Anna Rose Melfi. Scroll bearer: Kay Dreisbach. Heart bearer: Connie Belietiere. Key bearer: Marion _Petrosky. The program for the afternoon is as follows: Laurel chaincoronation of the queen, da...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 May 1961

GUEST FROM GERMANY __ Miss Elizabeth Hanz came to the United States on March 101961. She spent two days in Connecticut after landing in New York City. Miss Hanz comes to us from Oppenheim near Meinz (on the Rhine). She is staying in Hazleton with Mr. Newman until June 7. Then she will travel to Indiana and finally to - Waterbury, Conn. From there she will depart for Germany. Miss Hanz She thinks that life is different herebecause of the size of the country. She also states that to be a clerk in Germany one must go to school for three years as an apprentice. Then he is licensed to practice. After five years he can teach others. Life in Germany consists of moviesdances, and similar activities. In other words, Germany and the United States have in common many similarities. Miss Hanz spends her leisure by occasionally attending classes with friends. DOCTOR EDDY ASIRVATHAM VISITS HIGHACRES On Wednesday, April 26, 1961Dr. Eddy Asirvatham lectured to the students of the Highacres' ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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