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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

¦ •_jbbhhhbhhhh* • ¦ - , ¦ MUSTCAL _TALENT • ; According to a survey taken by a report e r , for the Collrgian it was- discovere d t ha t , several of the instructors. at the HaziJ.eton Center of, the- ¦ ¦ Pennsylvania State Univ. have similar musical interest _^ and abilities *; ¦ • _, Miss Pearl Garbri ck,. As-st. Prof.- of- . • Music , ,has had an interesting musical career. ' She recaived her. Bachelor, of Science degree ' in Music Education at ¦ Temple Univ. and her Master f s.degree, at Penn Stat e ' . Before coming to Hazl e ton , s h e t a u gh t i nstrum e ntal music at Carlisle, Pa. and Fort Hill High School in Cumberland, Md» Whi,le teaching a_£ these two high schools shealso played the organ in several of ,. th e c h urch e s i n t h at . vicinity* . • • Miss Garbrick is the organizer and . pres e nt dir e ct o r' of the . Hazleton ¦ • Community Chorus, organized, in.. 1948* • . which at _present has..36- .members; 24. .. students and 12 _interested persons from . ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

( Exam-ology) Still others _&6 _£i£cu.s £s _^he Implications of ; ~" the ~" _tradit1onal concept of; the validity of* Some require one tos account forj distinguish between; demonstrate .the ¦ meaning pf-. 5. There are questions that Ask Tjfhat is the basis for; are the factors leading toj is the function.ofj are the factors emerging•from. 1 i _t *» 4 6. Mi ere _$»_rsonal opinion is 'invited. •< (the questions are -ofton 'popular) . . in •- your own words; assume that you are; in your opinion; would you sqyjhow would you ratej state your own views j • • how would you explain; do you agree withj give your arguments against, or in favor of j indi cate -what thi s means-' to you; tell why you .think * ••••

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

SOCCER THE 1956 OLYMPIC SOCCER TEAM.*_,maybe dominated by PENN STA_3B players, active and former. Seniors Dick Packer, Thor Stelynkand freshman Per Torgerson have _fteen selected _^_ay Coach Ken Hosterman to participate In the tryouts which will be held during the first week in December. The _6ite ftr the _trjrouts has hot _officially been determined, but "the. field has been narrowed c!own t_^ either New York or Philadelphia.. Selections were made by the coaches this year because of the lack of time for a North-South elimination game. The finals will be between the East and the West finalists. An Armed Forces squad, with three ex-Lion booters, Jack PInezick, Gerry Gillespi_* and Ron Coder (together on the same team in Germany) will meet the West, and the East squad will tangle with an amateur: team also from the East. Another elimination to determine the North American representativewill be held between the U.S. and Mexico, ALL-AMERICAN DICK PACKER...scored four goals as the ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

FOOTBjVLLJkNp_^ BASKETBALL EARLY SCORES BY THE LIONS...proved to be the deciding factor as Penn State ' s Nittany Lions defeated the Quakers from the University of Pennsylvania 20-0 at Franklin Field on Saturday, October 29. The Lions, scoring on a.sustained drive after the opening kick-off, «Ed on a series tf plays,as a result of a Penn fumble, moved to a fast 13-0 lead in the first nine minutes of play..,,Milt . Plum's passing did the rest. Lenny Moqre was again stopped, netting 49 yards. . This marked Penn ' s 16th straight loss, quite a change from the football power .she once was. PENN STATE 21, _SYRACUSE 20...Behind Lenny Moore and Milt Plum, the Lions staged a last period surge to upset a highly favored Syracuse eleven at, University Park on SaturdayNov. 5. Great line play and " on " days by Moore and.Plum spelled the difference,. ARNELL INKS.CONTRACT...Jesse Arnelle, probably the greatest basketball player in Penn State history signed another contract to play for. the ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

wuvemDer j. , • _rugs _^ AROUND AND AROUND, WE GO AND W&sk ' ¦ we stop nobody _vnxt know. ,v ,.. -. . _Jpzzeflpe togwash.en.und Der _Milken _Qo I©_tejver..._v Ias. un yerry n _. ice mad _^ulten_, _mriiig yen all off der 'sodden, iqh ben throwing meihself out-off der sleeping feir bed by _upd lpud crayching _zounc_} on der front porcher. Jch;ben _rurw_^ng d own der s-_^res th rowing open der front, dor und velcaming him indo mein harms, (nein, not per _ytlken &o Fetohcr but m1n e dog, Bismarck' ^) Bismarck he vas bittened, un pieoe of Kerr 1'ilken Go Fetcher. ' s trouzers. Herr Milken Go Petcher. 1st ben yelling out }._oud_, _&% m'e ' J nselfXer. mein Bismarck 1st b,en made un pighole indo hiss t»ouzerB. Ich ben gettiag-za-jnad_^i-- . .—*»*, Der Milken Go Fetcher ich ben _smatching him _^ ndp der _he_^d rait un mi_^kenbqtti-er , Herr Milken Go Fetcher .._^f still ben yelling at der roof :o<^ hi. s,s voice, ¦ • Zo, being zo mad; ich ben slairaning ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

. ' ¦ _^S°_2P lw l_^ Plans for the military ball are being formulated by _ths military ball committee. The dance will be a formal affair, and every cadet should ' make an effort to attend_. More news _concerning the military ball will be published in forthcoming issues of tho Collegian. Also, one may obtain this information by regularly consulting tho bulletin board in South Hall. Leadership Labwhich was form_^ • - erly heid _^ on Monday of each week/' has been' discontinued for ther winter,' Cadets will not be _required to woar their uniforms ' on Monday unless they are notified otherwise. ¦SHHHHWHHHfr*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

¦¦¦ CAM ) PARTY Everyone is invited to attend the eard party wh_^ch is to be held at Highacres in the Main Building . on Friday, ' November 18 at 8«00 P. M In order that all students will find something to their taste, the House Rules Committee has planned a program that includes chess ' • •checkers, cards, and dancing. '' Something new in _refreshments will be added to the party,-All students int3rasted are asked by ¦ • ¦ • the House Rules Committees to ' ¦ sign the paper whi ch they have posted on the second floor bulletin board in the Main Building.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

(Accrediting. ,thja Center) _=' ' IShi-le- here, they _tot&rvlewecl some of • ¦ • students _»_t and jsat in on thue-lecturteand. _laboratory classes to formulate • repo rt_^ * which will1 be discussed at. ¦ _^_Jie. meeting, held on the. main campus" _»lth all _thes other members of the accrediting, teams. After, checking, the reports of -the reviewing: teams,"a1 statement will be issued within six months *; • reporting the' recommendations for chnages _antf.1 - improvements> and commend"* ' ations on "tiie methods being' used In the Eenneylvania State University and1 • all Its centers* " " •iOt'W'KMfrltttMMHXftKKMft / -

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

LlBfiAB_^ _WS . ' . / , « ' , •. r Because of the numerous complaints about the noise in. the. Library,* caused by students, rtudying or visiting together, the rule of quiet reading in all library rooms will be enforced, A schedule of vacant classrooms is posted on the bulletin board for the convenience of the students who wish to study together. The library aides have been instructed to ask noi sy students to leave the library*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

' " ; <Mus1cal Talent Con _' t.) symphonJ st's. '' ¦ Mr. Steal also plays the piano. • •:. »¦ ¦ ¦ ': .. " ' Mr. Willard Qrubbs, a former faculty' _, member at Highacreswho Is now the Assistant Administrative Head at the Allentown Center, has recently -become a member of the world-famous Bach Choir of Bethlehem, Pa. ... . ¦ , . W'¦»<MW-W \t ** Af _X/_ u » AJ \f ,W,.W ,_jUL

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

4HHH8t*tt*tf* Dale _talker is about to retire his magnificent groen limousine, (comx_^_Msed of 1940 to 1948 Chevrolet parts, ;_$pnyone wishing to acquire some valuable additions to their automobiles (new tires, milled heads, dial manifold, radio, etc.) can please contact Dale for some real buys

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

_^ NOTICE Ml . Remember studentsthe Thanksgiving • recess does not begin until Wednesday, November 23 at 12|20 P.M. arid ends on Monday, November 28 at 8t45 P.M ' . ' ' ¦ •"

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

•_JHBHHHttHMBBBH_^H*** ACCOUNTING STUDENTS HEAR • • ¦ " " _SPEAKER ¦ Mr.'James T. MeehahDistrict Manager of the ' Hazleton Social Security office spoke to the combined accounting classes on Tuesday morning November 15. He talked on ' the roie of ' Old Age and Survivors Insurance1 in our present economy. " ¦ Beginning his talk, Mr. Meehan explained what we mean by Federal Old Age and . Survivors Insurance. "It is protection for you and your family based on your earningsin work covered by /the Federal Social 'Security Law." Mr.. Meehan then brought before the class the importance of obtaining s:.cial sec-. urity Cards and told them that as future accountants, they should aifarays be sure to see that every person on the payroll _, receives a: social security card. . _, He spoke about the payments of benefits to widows_^ arid' dependant children under .. the age1 of 18. ' ¦ The amount of• the paynent the 'widow and: children receive,is computed on tile number of quarters_^ fr om 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

; ' . HOUSE RULES _COWTTJEE_'_- - ': ' ' " ' : The House Rules Committee met on Nov 9, ~ and announced that it will submit House Rules for: the cafeteria and main lounge ¦ ¦ '¦ ¦ ¦ ': at the nexj> Council'meeting. The committee inventoried equipment for archery and other games in order to submit a report t. o the sports committee. The committee would like everyone who will attend the card party to register in the main build_*: ing. Students and the faculty are ' invited to this party to be-held, on Friday, Nov 18 at 8?00 pm in the main lounge. There will be chesscards, dancing and refreshments at the affair. ' . . . . The committee also announced the appoint- ment of Carol Mastroianni as chairman pf the House Rules Committee, replacing ' ' John Marsicano, ' who resigned last week. Patti Sacco was appointed secretary. The committee further announced that the champion archer. Al Birese of "Jeatherly, will put on a demonstration when equipment is obtained and the weather p...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

(Pres Stricken) , The president, following his relapse, was treated at the Highacres Infirmary by Mrs. K. In the mean tinehe had ' a conference with all the Council Com-. mittee Chairmen in order that the policies of*his: administration night be. continued. . ' -¦ •Vice•President Stish has [' been ori the alert to take over the. reins ' of government *' should/ the president ' /be * unable to continue his teriir of office. '- No official word has been received on this, but it is expected that the pres. will fill-oui .his full one year term of office, but will not be a candidate for re-election.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

i I THE TRAFFIC SITUATION U Student Council ' s action last week to return after only a weak trial to the old twenty-four hour time period to pay traffic fines has every characteristic of an _, ' improper action. In the first place, all the discussion heard on the question was definitely against the action taken by the Council. Despite the fact that two Council representatives positively claimed they ¦ could noton certain datespay a fine within twenty-four hoursthe motion was _unanimously passed. In the second place * ' the motion was passed because the Traffic Committee demanded it and for no other reason. ' ' " ' ' ¦ ; The action of the Traffic Committee in ; demanding the motion be passed was based on two reasons. Firstthe Committee objected to having their recommendations of the previous week ignored. Second the Committee pointed put that the policy in the past had been to give only a twenty-four hour grace period to pay a fine. : The important fact here is that the Traffi...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

JM E. E P-S 1 A _^-S £C 2. E _S ' P_^±_» • led by All-American Dick Packer, tied the Penri State all-time record of 17: straight wins this past Saturday, defeating the Temple Owls 5-0, and almost assured themselves of their second straight National Soccer Championship. The win over the Owls puts the Lions two short of the national record set by the same Temple Owls, and ironically, it was the Lions who snapped Temple's 19-game streak. ' ' Dick Packerwho scored three goals ' Saturday, and all three in StateIs 3-1 victory over Navy last Tuesday, is one . , ' . goal short of,the mark set by,All-American Jack Pinezich (Penn State) in.1952. With but one game remaining (Pitt Panthers at home), it is quite possible that Packer ; may become the new scoring champion of ¦ .Penn State.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

BD_' wLING OPBNER_A__SUCCESSJ The opening of the Penn State Center Bowling League this past Sunday, was a remarkable success as all ten teams ' ' • opened up on the Playhouse _Alieys ' in Hazleton. • ' .' ¦ In opening ' matches, the ' Engineering, Zoology,- and Speech teams won ' all three points on some fine ' team strength, ¦ On the averagemost teams are fairly veil balanc ed and ¦ all • ind leati ohs point' ; oo«- wards a fine-highly competitive secdoh _* Ray Bittner of the Engineering team took all the honors, as he swept total points and high individual game. ' Peter A. Digiondomenico and Bob Miller rounded out the top three places on individual _averages. Schedules and complete averages will : be posted oft the bulletin boards, .

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

MORE_ AND _MORE MOORE This was the story this past Saturday _, as the Nittany Lions roared to a 34-L4 win over mediocre Rutgers at University Park. The lad from Reading) gave the fans thrill after thrill, offensively and defensively all afternoon. After reeling off a record-tying 80-yard run in the1 first period _^ Moore was content to be the decoy on the outside for a while. Opportunity: came several times later in the game, and Moore sped to ' several substantial gains, his best running efforts of the season.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 16 November 1955

(Traffic Sit) This is not aa example of fair, just, and intelligent government and is a precedent that should not be followed. Another flaw in the traffic situation here is the regulation which establishes the Traffic Committee as the board of appeal for violations. Good government _separates the executiveand judicial branches. Here, howevezrthe very agency that gives you a ticket, decides if you deserve it. This is equal to allowing the state policemen who arrest you to be the judge who hears the evidence and tries the case* The appeal is net a case of justice, but rather a case of nercy. Lastly, to date the Traffic Committee has no definite regulation setting the time limit for parking at the top of. the hillbut leaves this 'to the discretion of the person giving the ticket ' . The chairman of the committee is quoted above. It is doubted that such a fantastic policy would weriously be adopted by anyoneand it is hoped we are _wrosg. This is like saying that on highway 309, th...

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