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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

OUR _^Y EJ_^l'CT _^ COMrNITY Rules and regulations are necessary for any well-ordered family or community. In a well-ordered system everything has its time and place_. Our educational systemboth in class and out of class - has been organized to help each student develop orderly and systematic habits > Toward that end, definite _places have been established to conduct classes and laboratories, tfc eat_, and to put coatsbooks, brief cases and automobiles-. Some students have developed into good _university citizens others have nqt_. Most students comprehend and pbserve these necessary principles of cooperative _living which have _laeeh d_^_yeloped by student, regulatory committees. Such students _raye_^X a _matuti y which is indicative of their readiness to taketheir places in an adult world_. , 1_?hen regulations fall unfairly or unjustly upon certain students, appeal t.o the _appropriate student committee is, always in order - When no appeal, based on some va.lid exce...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

_liiTgR SiiFulTT TKSTRIJOTTONS TO Bui _GTVSN The Hazlatpn Chapter._iimarican Sad Cross is pffaring a 30 hour course in Waiter Sa_^aty _Instructi on _afr _tha _%zleton Senior High School Swimmi ng .pool the _woaks of May 9 and _^ ay 16 from 7_s00 to 10:00 _{_% ?¦:> Monday _thrpugh. Friday. The first week of instruction will bo aroviow pf Sonior _V$ f_§ Saying and f_3t_3_£ _Safety skills and will b-j taught by a .certified iiad Cross Instructor, _Thq second _waak will be, an Instructor and Instructor Review Course and will be _taught by Daniel Donovan, Safety Service R-aprassntative frpm ' the gastom Area Offipe of the _ivroerican _na tional Bed Cross. _^ ny person 18 years of a_^_q who hold s a current Senior tife Sa.yi.ng Certificate with the Red Cross is eligible, tp enroll* \ There is no charga for the course. Registration wj._34. b' , h©ld at _thia Rhapter House or phone Gladstone _^-6621 befors Jtfay 9, , ' ' ¦ '': '

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

NOT _QWJty U The main holidays are over, Christmas and Easter, are past, Spring vacation is gone; The year is closing fastf Thirty days of sch. OQ_^ to goj then three months to work or pj.ay, SsUcoI.fpr somej, for ' others, no-r "I'm going _^o loaf," most will say_. Bub before the summer comes,, we have exams to study for, ' Cua if w,e flunk out that would mean. School and studying three months more, .,. ¦ .,,,. ¦ . -¦ . _. ¦ . _ . '"¦ ' . _'* ''¦' . _^T

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

MOTHER ?OMHJE English, they say, is the language mo:r,: \._ised Most spoken, most written , mo Ft _cruelty abused The plural of box we all know is boxed_. Yet the plural od' ex It oxen, no+ : _oxerj,:: A goose is a goose_^ bat two are _cabled geese, But why isn't more than o;_ie moose quoted meese? / A mouse and his fam-'ly are mentioned as mice, _^ But the plural of house in _houses> not hi_^e * The plural of brother is brothers or brethren, And yet we say mothers, but never methreris, The plural of man? The answer is men,. , The plural of pan? _^h.o \d dare to svy pen? If more than one tooth we designate teethj Then why isn't more than or. e booth termed as beeth? If one thing is that and three things are those, Then why do we swear at the cats and not cose? A cow in the plural is sometimes the kine, But who ever spoke about two vows as a vine? You can readily double a foot and have feet, But try as you might, you can't make root reet. If this in my hand were two, '...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

DANCE NEXT FRIDAY _^ A post—Lenten dance will be held next Friday in our ma5.n lounge* This wil_^. be the first ---.and possibly the lash- "Party-dance " this semester* The "Four Sharps" _^ a regional _jaas band , whose p3.aying we really enjoyed at some previou? dances, will again pro-ride us with musical entertainment _> Our _Social ©"ommittee is in charge of this affair, which will begin at 8_s.3O p,nu and end at _lls00 p.m. Refreslimants will be served,, so bring your friends and enjoy a nigh_,t of FEES fun, entertainment} dancing and _fopd_^ We'll see you nex t Fr iday, then, at ' "'' 8:30 sharp with the "4. _SHAHP5t( n

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

JUST_^ _RBOTDSR... <.a,to all boys who are _transferring to the Main Campu_? next fall;, don_, 't forget that Dean Perkins will be here on Tuesday, April X^—rthat _' s this _coding Tuesday- to talk to you about any problems or questions, you h_,ave about the campus. Be sure to see the Dean a'; this time so you won't be lost in a fog Iater2

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 April 1955

_dtaff for this irs'iie.j0., SD1TOR* J.dllie Jr.nas TYPIST? Mary Jane Skoff

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

E O L L £ G | H {^_ffx Weekly K_^r g _.e _-'yber Edition \_% <_£\a _^ The Penn£33r'_- ':ra-.i3. _Sv'_.l.e University Center ' \_$_jl. _^ _%•<? Vol. XVII No_,28 H::.c_<ba'X.s?:, -(az .ebon,, Pennsylvania April 2?, \_£fe_£ "_* _* >. i!?^_vYif( - _iX HEARD AROUND CAMPUS FOR THE LAST i_^_k MONTHS WAS, « WHEN AHE IE 1 GOING TO HAVS A DANCS OR A PARTI UP HEREm _^ _VBBLL, AT luBT SOMETHING' S \ GOING TO HAPPEN - _SE ARE GOING TO HAVE A >\ DANCE IN THE MAIN LOUNGE ' \ _ANIGHT AT 8j30p.hu THBRS T/ILL BE DANCING TO_^^ THE "4 SHARPS" (####) \ A REGIONAL JAZZ BAND, ,, TALKING TO FRIENDS AND EATli% FROM THE GOODIES \ SUPPLIED BI THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND MRS. SMITH. _^_k \ f REMEMBER THAT YOU HAVE PAID FOR THIS THROUGH YOUR _^_s |^2_^X » ACTIVIST FEE, SO IT WON'T COST YOU A CENT TO HAVE A f-SL JJ^^\ \ RlTr-- ROARING TIME kPlER A iffliK OF HARD WORK. TiiE'LL SEE YOU.V _^L _^_, \^!l«£X IjgJ_PAGT . /I h\l/ Taking things as tliey COTe,., I _,/L_^ _/Ji P won.'t wea...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

OUR ?fO?J_(SHOP"HTGH&CR-BS X _^_zzJ_^ By _Llxli & Jurias "Ihat_' s for lurch today? Umrnmm, it smells ' lucious. T guess I'll have a Bar B-Q, strawberry shortcake and coffee. " These are common words that we hear so often by the kitchen window. But who ' s responsible for this pleasant odor and delicious food? Far inside the kitchen, scurrying from the stove to the sink, to the refrigerator, to the table is a lively little lady, whom we know as "Smitty " . Our chief cook, or if you will, our Dining Commons Manager, "Smitty" is accountable for all the food that passes through those kitchen windows. Her job does not begin with baking a cake nor does it end with making a sandwich, but she must order her food days before she prepares it. Mrs. Smith has to plan even farther ahead on what she' s going to have on her menu so that she will know what to order. Just planning and ordering is a job in itself, because the budget has to be figured in to determine the amount ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

CHORUS NSffS Attention} Reserve Tuesday evening, May 24.y for the Spring Concert of the College Community Chorus. It will be held at 8_t30 pm at the Christ Luthern farish House on Green Street in Hazleton. The Hazleton Penn State Center Auxiliary. is sponsoring the concert this semester. The chorus, is _planning a program of both sacred and secular music. Chorus members, don't forget that there are only four more rehearsals before the concert. Be sure to attend each one.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

DON' T G-TjT _THil. _lRONG ,, . Tt)SA _V _^I_^ **^ In the Collegian of last week, there appeared an article entitled Liberal Artist oy Engineer. Tt seems that the writer of that article feels that the schooling in theTengineering curriculum is insufficient and restricted only to engineering subjects , Tt is obvious, that many people have this same impression of engineering, and they should be enlightened on; this subject of Liberal Arts v Engineering. If one was to look into the engineering curriculum, he would find that the course is actually two courses rolled into, one. The engineer of today specializes in engineering the same as a Liberal Arts student majors in such things as art, or journalism . However, along with his engineering, subjects, an engineering student is required to take courses in Liberal Arts including such things as speech, histor or political science. This is done, we are told, so as to broaden the education of a,n engineer instead of restricting him to e...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

PARNASSUS NWS The Parnassus Society had its regular meeting on Wednesday, April 20 in 10ss Garbrick_'s office. The organization hag completed a revision of the activity point system. Tt is hoped that this revision will enable more students to become eligible for membership, without lowering the standards of the organization. The _Parnassus chart for the foyer " is also finished and will soon be returned to its usual place. The Parnassus spring initiation will be held on Friday evening, May 20, in the main lounge. Facility club sponsors are asked to have the lists of active ©embers in their organizations completed by next Tuesday, April 26, so that points can be tabulated in time for the initiation_. The elections for the Parnassus awards will be held on Monday, May 16.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

i > TTENTTON_| IF TOU H_^VE NOT ALREADY PTQK1SP UF TOUR hJTGHT WbJKK _GRADES ' FROM YOUR ADVTSOR_, _PLaaSti DO SO TMF;iDT_^T_3LX. ¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

HkZLETOW COLLSOTAN /^2_^ 'M April 22, 1955 &P_^P S

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

NATIONALLY FnlOUS SCIENTIST _DTiJS _^ ~~ ¦ —^ HaZLBTON COLLii 'GTAN ' s ' -s ~_f~) l) April 22, 1955 / Page U ' // _^fter a four-d ay illness, Frof _* Albert Einstein, 76 year old world famous scientist, died at the Princeton Hospital on Monday morning, April 18. a shy, white-haired doc tor} Einstein was an unpretentious wizard of mathematics.-, and physics - the best in the werlc_". His complex theories, some of whi.ch are still not understood, dealt vi ' v.h such things as electronics, atomic energy, nuclear fissiot energy — to name only a few Throughout his Ij._fa. , E:,rsiein shunned publicity and his disdain for personal glory and material gain was practically a legend. Tn 1921 he received the Nobel prize in physics and was showered with honors from all over the world. Although he lived a secluded and quiet l-;fe, hi s baggy-clad figure, his pipe hanging from his mouth, and his long shaggy white hair and mustachej made him instantly recognizable almost anywhere. At the ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

OFFTCE _FLASHES In order that plans may be made for the Fall semester and in order that a schedule may be planned, all students who plan to return to the Center for the Fall semester 1955 are requested to preragister in the office before May 9 on the dates indicated} 3rd semester students - week of April 25 2nd semester students - week of May 2 1st semester students - week of May 9 Students may preregister before the week assigned to them, but they must be registered by the end of that week. Check the College catalog and see your advisor before going in to Mr, _iteightal to register.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

BACH LOVERS?? _anyone interested in attending a rehearsal of the Bach Choir in Bethlehem, Monday_^ May 16, 7:30 pm, please see Miss Garbrick before Friday, April 22. Admission is free. STAFF EDITOR* Lillie M. Junas TYPIST t Russ G. Brungard REPORTBR&tShirley J, Ray Barbara Gpubba COPY REACBRl Mary Jane Skof _jf

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 22 April 1955

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 29 April 1955

Fellow Students: Every notable university, college or high school publishes, a yearbook at the end of each school year. Many centers, as they are growing in size and distinction, are producing some type of yearbook, even if only mimeographed. This year, in factwithin the next month, T would like our center to be represented by a yearbook. Tvhat T have in mind is a summation of the year's events, remembrances, innovationsstudent information, and drawingstyped on multi-graph paper and bound by an attractive paper cover. A yearbook similar to ones that we are familiar with from regional high schools would be nicer looking, but insufficient funds and limited time have steered us to the project we are about to undertake. Today at 12_J20 a meeting will be held in the Collegian office for all staff members and all others who have ideas and want to aid us in assembling our yearbook. Cooperation is needed - for typing and writing. This will be your yearbook, so take the chance to help make...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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