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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

LONE NON-STATER Only non-Pennsylvanian currently listed as a Penn State starter is _quartsrback.Milton Plum, of ¥estville, N. J*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

CONGRATULaTTONS * . The House Rules Committee, Student Counc il, and the Collegian . st a ff . ' . . . . wish to thank Anthony Ca.'isano_, " • ¦¦ ¦¦ Joseph Cassarella and France- ¦ Frenduto, all first seinesfcer sophomores for the work they did in the "Reck" Hallfixing the radio and the television sets* These students, on their own, asked Mrs* Kosteribauder If they could ground the radio which, previously had been playing very badly* Not only did ' they fix the radio set, but later, apon ' learning that, someone had pulled the antenna wire out of the television set, volunteered to work on that also. We can thank these three people that the.House Rules Committee did not have to pay a costly repair bill* Students like these: are what we need at. this college. Once again, we extend our sincerest thanks., . .The House Rules Committee would like to ask the remainder of the student body to be a .little more caraful of school property* Many students enjcy,_sd the World. Series _qn th...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

_ECnTOT R U LES lo 411 empty soft drink bottles _shoull be placed in casos at the dispenser* Lunches should not be eaten in the Student'building. Use dining room. 3; * Students who use the ash trays should empty same before leaving. Papers and other trash should properly be placed in waste cans. 4_» The last person to leave a room should make certain to close all open windows and switch off the lights, radio and T,? V. 5_« Gambling will not be permitted or _tolerated at any 'time©--6O All students will conduct themselves fitting decorum whether,-or not they are being supervised *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

_TT _T_» _T» W _W <_TY TV _*T The House Rules' Committee met ;: on' ¦_Rrursday _October 13_^ 1955s ' the 7th, _period in the Student Billeting'' ' (Recreation Hall-,, )¦ The chairman of this committee is John. KH.rsicnr id.-/ ' Carol Mastroianrii _Vff .h appointed secretary by the Ooam'l'i_/tet_^ Thi _« committee will meet once a month, to plan card .parties,-picnics, and to purchase games and other eqvd-aiant for the recreation hall. Mrs,, Kostenbaudar announced that K2._eeneT will be put: on sale in the dispensary at five cents a package* The ccrrmiittee will put lip signs and also display the following rules for the academic years

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

TRAFFIC RULES (con't) 6 f A fine of $1.00 will be imposed for the first violation of nrvv of the-above rules., A fine cf _t.2t,00 . will be imposed for the se _zorA violation,, Upon ihe third violation, students wi.l. . _ bs .fined -,$3.- 00 and will be _referred to the Committee on Student Discipline. All violators will be prosecuted without exception, _n _u _t> _im.w ** *> *t _H \/ _fc/-\*\/ _y. *->,«# _<h_>

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

HA|L_|_OT _COTM . : ¦ ¦ - _' . . ;; October 17*-, 1955 '" '' _Pagfe 8 _i_> u * / »» L/ t J *V 1/ W .*/. */ JU. */_ U if _,li W . kt W 7f

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

HELTBR__SKEL TR A- slightly inebriated motorist was stopped for speedingand when asked for an excuse he answered"Well you shee. ossifer it wash thish way, I just fillad my car with gas at the sign of the Flying Red Horse and the durn thing heard the call oft the wild and was answari ng it when you stopped us. " In a recent English classLarry Bott was asked for a definition of love, when he couldn't answer, his buddy Steve Toniko yelled from the back of the room, "Love is a Many Splendored Thing. " "Phis is a very good indication that Mr, Tomko is becoming well versed in popular music. Ihen Dean Krecker asked Tony Spock a question in Econ_, class the _othsr day, he said, " Spockimagine that ' this is the 6-4 000 dollar question. " Spock immediately replied, "I quit at 32,000. " Jean Reed, a Freshman, while _learning to ride a tricycle, beca m e ' wildat'-the-wheel1 andtaking a curve too fast, rolled the tricycle over. Both she and her 8 year old. passenger received slight contu...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

STAFF Editor-Russ Brungard Assistant Editors~Bernie Steber, Larry Kowalski Reporters-Helen Novarnik, T ho mas Reese , Hillol Sukenik, Margaret Churilla, George Ator, Jean Reed, Leonard Parnell, John Probert, William Smith, Patt i S acco , Rhod.a Smulyan, Vivian Karvounis. Typists-- Jean Snyder, James Koren, Mary Shuletsky. Advisor-Mr. Peightal

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 17 October 1955

HA.2L_2_TOK COLLEGIAN October 17, 1955 Pa_6e 9

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

FHESHMEN_INITIATTONJ ¦ On-October 26,27,28 all freshmen will observe the following; Girls: No makeup. Wear paper bows in hair. Boyst ' Crepe paper bowties. * One pants leg rolled up. ¦ Alls . ¦ Wear hats. Carry sophomore 's books. Bow down to sophomores ' when asked. 'Wear colored socks. Carry umbrella - at all times. __ ¦ _' ¦ . , A11._J Sing ; FE8SHMAN CRAZY. FRESHMAN ' -FRESHMAN OF OLD PE1_JN ; . STATE (to tune of ¦Davy.'Crockett) If there are any _violate ons of the above rules a Jfine will1 be . ijnposed, The fines are: first offense $.,2. 5, . second #,50, and third $1,00, ¦ Captain Carper has confirmed the report that ROTC students would not have to wear their uniforms on Thursday, October 26*. (NOTE: All veterans are-excluded from this "activity*»)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

¦ A $ K3 _^ _€}\ I {V J V " _' N % _^' < \ i /^\ i r p t f) \^ \_k ^^ _^ ¦ %_^. ji i -_^ ! hi \^^ .- l _.t si ^*$$0 _- / 1— _^ **— w l • -* _^v-i _^. */ . Tfeeklty Newsletter Edition ' ^" _^_"_" _" _^ v_. X_~ " ' i_^uo _a_^ _S The Pennsylvania State University Center "¦ • y Hazleton, Penna. Vol. XVIII No. 5 • . . - ¦ ¦ October 24, 1955

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

STATE HAS REC0Rp__ENR0_LliSH_5 According to the dean of admissions and registrar, CO. Williams., a record enrollment for Penn State . University has been established this faii. ¦"¦ . .•; The official figures list a total of 15,352 students enrolled at the campus and centers for the fall semester. The total exceeds, by over 1000, last years figure of 14,271, and even, tops the University record " total enrollment of 194-9 * when 14,732 were registered. Enrollment at the centers total 2699 (2322 men-377 women). Also at the eleven centers, there are 1092 men and 24 women in the two-year Associate programs.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

... \ ' _PREXT HONORED Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, president of Penn State University, was one of five persons presented with awards, Tuesday, October 11, at a dinner held in _Washington , D.C-., sponsored by the Pan .-American Union. The dinner was held 5n honor of the ' four hunderd sixty-third anniversary of the discovery of America,. Dr. Elsenhower was cited for outstanding work in the promoti on of inter-American understanding.and friendship After the dinner, he flew to Denver, to visit his brother, President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

___STimp__COIMC_^MEETS__ The weekly meeting of Student Council was called to order by President terry Kowali&f at 12 * 4% October ; 21 In room 208. The minutes of the last meeting were read by Thersa Bobowski and theflooi* was , opened to old business© The first report was given by John Ma rsicano on -the- coming football trip.> Marsicano reported than 65 tickets were made available to us by the university, 50 of which have already been sold and the money accepted. After the campaign is overany extra tickets will be given to members of the faculty and staff* Chaperones will be taken free of charge. Thersa Bobowskl then took the floor to report on the social committee_. The Eagles and a band have been appropriated for the first sami-formal dance of the year, November 23* Bobowski said that the sorority had approached her in regards to holding a dance sometime in the second semester e This was approved with the provision that the sorority handle all the details ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

Page 2 STUDENT COUNCIL ( Con't) request. _dUtw.ssed was that if a fine is not paid within 2,4 hours, the fine will then be doubled. This was questioned by the " ' council. No final decision was madev. In the way of new business} the first request discussed was that from Miss ¦ .Gar brick. It cot;_ctutied refunding the money paid by the students for bus fare to see the opera "La Boheme." It was refused on the grounds that at the time of the trip, the present budget had not been approved and the amount left in last year ' s treasury was not enough to cover the expense. James Chudy took the floor with a plea from the German Club. Ho wanted a grant of '$15-20 in order to buy German conversational records. This was also refused on the grounds that although It was a clubthe material requested was of educational -ralue and should be appropriated from the college. These records could not be used by all students except those in the German Club or in the German classes. The Student Co...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

_GIffiAT BOOKS CLUB DISCUSSION Last Firday eyefigjigy -October ' _llith._' > ,. '' the Great Books\GlUb itCet Mat ' _Higfi_^- : acres for a .tM_,_stsuss;ioh Ajf-_^he book An _Enquiry; ' Conceding '; _®._ltrian¦ ' . • _Understanding,, written: 'by;;Bavid " " Hume "7 1711-17_'76V' Scotch -philosopher : • ' and historians. ' ¦ '¦ . ¦ ". '.'¦ ¦ . ? ' ¦ .. " ¦ ¦ : Professor Henry Johnstone , from the Philosophy Department on the _Univeimty. Park.Campus, gave an :... ' interesting lecture- on. , the book.. Mr. Andrew.Kafka, of our English . '_; Department , was the moderator. These are the _stimulating questions _, that served as a core of the dis- , .;. curst on neriodi -¦:••, . ' 1. Can necessary .connections , ever,- in fact,, be observed? ;¦¦ • 2. To what extent does science, really depend upon, observation?" 3. Can experience .really be analyzed into impressions and ideas? ¦ - - . ¦ ¦ ¦ • ' . " : • k. "teat hidden as sumptions Tcj'f " empericism< lead it to. den...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

On Monday at the ' drill field, the Highacres ' ' AFROTO - Unit _witnessed' the proitlo'1>'ion; ,6f Raymond L9 ¦' ¦ ¦ ¦ Bittner from AirmaTr 1st\ class" ' to ' Cadet' "2nd>; Lieutenant. '' ¦ Cadet Bittner is a member of the drill team and is active in many campus activities.: • A new regulation to bemadded to Cadet regulations 30-1 states that the Cadet uniform is to be worn the entire day on days in which an- AFROTC - class is scher _iiilsd. This, means ' that a cadet may hot cotrie to ¦ . "¦ school in the morning wearing . civilian clothes , and then , go ¦¦ ' • ¦ home and change into his uniform before ROTC class or leadership 1 _«V The drill team will march in the Mummers Para'de. this .year. Last. " . year they took first..;place in ;¦¦:¦.. ¦ this event, ; .-.and from.the looks . of things ,: they stand, a ' good chance at taking first1 place . ¦ . aeain.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

BETERANS INFORMTIOW ¦¦ Veterans are asked to come in the bookstore- to sign for their checks Monday, October 2kr _thrpiigh •¦ . . Thursday, October, 27„ ¦ ...,-, . , Veterans might be _interested to know that . a .1?, -month break in training forfeity all benefit's except in extreme _ultuavi ons, - such ' as the re-'entering the Ar-mer 1 _Forces.... Veterans are e_^clur_'ed from the- . ¦ Freshman ¥eek ini't-iations. This _^ ; initiation is ' ,, _^df' non-vets only,,.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

BOOKSTORE. INFORMTION . A copy of Psycholo gy and -Life, ..uth. edition by Ruch, has come in. The, music books and shirts wnich were ordered , have not .come, in yet but are expected soon.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 24 October 1955

COLLEGE _ARTjSjSOCTETj The College Arts Society held a meeting on Friday, October 14. Because of a Student Council meeting, held at the same timeLawrence Kowalski, presidentand William Smithsecretary-treasurerwere unable, to attend. ThereforeRhoda Smulyan presided as President Pro Sempore and Patti Sacco acted as Secretary. Miss Smulyan gave the plans for the following year which Include a radio skit and five motion pictures. The committees for the radio skit are j Publicity - Mary Tihansky Revising - Rhoda Smulyan Rewriting - Helen Novarnick Margaret Churi lla Production - Carol Mastrbiannl Mr. Wile ox gave a summary of the five movies, which arer (1) The Specter of the Rose - A Ballet —- _^ — (2) -Mistar Vincent - Religious _^3) All _ThefTjng _' s Men - A drama (-4) The Promoter - A comedy (5) The Well _fcigger ' s Daughter - A French tiomSdy. ' The meeting for October 21st was cancelled. -

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