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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

(Student Council Cont'd) announced that the _affair was a total success and that the approximate cost was $93.20. Veale and Carper will replace lotito and Harry on the Social Committee for the Spring semester. Veale reported there was a very poor turn-out for the last dancing class and, stated that if wo can't _crsat interest _In them, we should drop them, as it wasn't fair to ask faculty members to give up their free evenings for nothing.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

HAZLETON _COIIiEGTAN February 18, 1955 ?a _S e 3

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

FRATERNITY Local Brother Loses Battle the enemy pressed the attack with all the cunning that is taught to people of this sort from generation to generation. Our hero was slowly retreating to home ground. To relieve the pressure of this endless onslaught, our hero called for a truce and made a peace offering in the form of a gold band to the enemy. Thishowever3 did not satisfy the enemy and the battle was resumed once more with such ferocity that our hero was forced to retreat not cnly to home groundbut to the court house. Here on that memorable day, another truce was signed and our hero made another offering to the enemy in the form of a second gold band. The results of this great battle were as follows: Xn St. Peter and Paul Church in fofetsville, on January 291955, Miss Virginia Hubay became a bride. According to the reports, the bride was dressed in a black _qostume suit trimmed with mink and wore with this, a pink hat and a corsage of pink orchids. The groom wore . Y/hy is...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

JOIN THE FENCING FOTLE RS Captain Carper announced that the fencing classes will meet during the same periods as last semester t ninth period on Tuesdays and Thursdayst Any new members will be welcomed and - naturally •>• all old members are urged to attend.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

BOOKSTORE FLASH Students who have not purchased all their books needed for this semestershould do so within the next few days. Preparations are being made in the Bookstore to return unsold copies to the publishers. If students do not get their books now, they may not be available when the students desire to get them _.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

At the weekly meeting of Mu Delta Sigma held on WednesdayFebruary 16James Russella native of Carbondale, was accepted into the organization •Jim ', another member of the PL 550 Club, served four years with the United States Navy and is presently enrolled under the Mechanical Engineering curriculum here at the Center.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

HAZLETOM COLLEGIAN February 18, 1955 . Fage U

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

SOON"WS; LL BE OVSR THE ATR WAVES At a meeting held with Mr. _Viftlcox on Mondaythe College Arts Society voted to attempt io produce a radio skit and to participate in a radio panel program - Lillian _Junas, President of the Arts Society, presided at the meeting. She explained the plans for the club: s activity during' the Spring semester and cited the new interest being shown by members as proof that the society' s plans will succeed. Lawrence Kowalski was requested to begin work on the construction and editing of a radio script. He announced that according to information received from Miss Garbrick, old radio skits are available to the society in the library. If current plans to write a program fail, these scripts will be used. President Junas appointed Marlene Haegele to make inquiries into the possibilities of acquiring radio time for the society' s activities- Miss Haegele was also to discuss the various types of programs and discover precisely what WAZL would most like t...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

NEW CADET OFFICERS ANOINTED This week Captain Carper appointed the new cadet officers for the Spring semester. The new officers are as follows j Squadron Commanders Thcmas _Gaydos Executive Officer t _Robert lorl Adjutant? John Fusetti First Sgt_; John Artim Operations Sgts David Drasher Commander Flight 'A1 * James Ditzler Flight Sgt._s tfack Burggraf Commander Flight T B'_s Arthur Teel Flight Sgt: Feter McMonigle ... . ¦ rT -r. -,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

HAZLETON COLLEGIaN February 18, 1955 Page 5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

ODE TO AN OFFICER WHO MAY LOSE HIS RANK As _«ne semester comes to an end and another one beginsthe ROTC staff at the Center is reorganized. This being the casewe are going to dedicate this poem to Tom Gaydos, who in our opinion, has successfully fulfilled his position of cadet officer_. To these bars I got to know so well, Must I now say farewell, farewell? All through last semester I had but one mission And that my dear friends was to retain my commission. If I lose my bars, my career will demolish, And what will I do with all my brass polish? My shoes, you know, were always shined, My R.O.T.C. bars were always lined. My uniform was always _prassed Perfect posture I always stressed. My commands were sharp, my response was quick, If I lose my bars, I'll surely be sick. But maybe with God ' s helping hand I'11 go on and obtain a still higher command J _AJ & Pj

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

ANIMaL SLAUGHTER ON ROUTE 29 Tt looked like a piece of ice lying alongside the roadthat had dropped from under the fender of a car. Suddenly it sprung a head and a long tail. Without warning, it streaked across the highway — brakes I Screech t Bump 1 Oh I Oh I on second thought - Ahh I - A Zoo Lab body. - -lour job - Get it I - - Dum da dum dum. - - Back on the trail - -Box? - got it at the midway - - OK I The headlights spotted the victum. It was sprawled out like a mounted bat. Blood was spirting from its wide open month Mo time wasted - - Got it .7 - - - Back to Highacres —- It will be safe in a snow bank 'til the morning - - WowJJ That was _excltin 1 . Wait till Mr. Steele sees it. Can't wait to slice it II - - - poor opossum J.'

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

CAMPUS _CHARACTERS #1 Lester Litter Meet Lester Litteran untidy lad, Whose traits are enough to make anyone mad. He strews up the campus with paper and such And leaves behind him a trail of cigarette butts. (Cont'd next Page)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN February 18, 1955 Page 6

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

CHIPPY _ —. _ __ ___ __ _ On Monday, Ed Bradley tried to test the powers of observation of the students. Barbara Grubbs was the most observant she was the first to notice that he Was wearing one brown shoe and one black shoe. Mystery of the week - who is _Marijuana Millie? Boy driver of the year, Bob Tori. Not only does he jack up the wrong end of the car, but prefers driving in ditches rathar than on the road, _rfho is "Suzy" Jackson from Georgia who is writing letters to Max? (U.S. v Max, 307 U.S. 2755. Senator Hoey 6 L. Ed. 255) North Caroline Dear Schlitz and Dusty, Please make your notes more coherent. T can't read them. Check the new suave, debonair, sophisticated and mustached Steve Gimmer, Love, Chippy

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

*_i* ¦•» mi _^ «»• • ¦ ^» ' *^ mm _^ «"• **¦ ¦ _* ¦ _^ <•• •"• *¦" ¦*• (Humor Cont'd) In Lester Litter one more fault we find, He displays his worst habits _jtist after he ' s dined. Although people fume and Mrsi Smith blows a gasket, He never learns to use a wastepaper basket. His table is all littered and everyone wishes That once, just once he would rettirn dirty dishes. YesLester Litter _^s an untidy lad To avoid his habits, we would all be glad. PS In this column, any resemblance to living persons is purely intentional, although no one person is meant. As the old saying goes, "If the shoe fits, put it on." jiji _jL

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

STAFF FOR THIS ISSUE Editor in chief— Lil Junas Copy Editor— Mary Jane Skoff Typist- Russ Brungard Reporters— Larry Kowalski, Lois CarperShirley Ray, Tlona ¥eltman, Mary Frances Veale, Art TeelRuss Brungard. Adviecow- Mr» Wlllard Grubbs

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 18 February 1955

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN February 18, 1955 Page 7

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 February 1955

CONFIDENCE^) _Fisw students here at Highacres ever see _tha inside of Mr. Vifard_' s Physics Lab and so miss all the interesting (and complicated) contrivances that are used there. One of these was recently assembled by Mr. Ward - a device known as a tuning fork calibrator - The Fhysics classes use tuninp, forks in some of their experiments and naturally must know the exact number of vibrations-per-second of each fork. Tfc&B m&' bc?' ' le stamped on the fork, but (according to Mr. Ward) since the _students c?.n:_t take anyone: s word for anything, they have to find out ¦whether or not the given number of vibrations is accurate with the number stamped on the fork. The set-up for obtaining the information Includes a revolving disk punctured by concentric rows of holes * In the experiment, a beam of light is directed on one row of holes as the disk turns. The light then makes regular pulses as it chine p. through one hole after another, and when this succession of...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 February 1955

__.. ,. _„. „______ __, - - - - - , REGIONAL FBNN _STaTS _ALIRINT _AJffi_ _STTIDENTS CELlHRiiTi; 100 IRS lKfr/_KRSaRl "' Af " HTQIlICRES Approximately 80 alumni and students-of Highacres, gathered in our main lounge and cafeteria on Tuesday evening to listen to the 100th anniversary program thab was transmitted by telephone from the newly dedicated Hetz»X Un5 :. n Building on the main campus. After listening to speeches by Gov» George Leader, Speaker Hiram Andrews, and President Milton Eisenhowerj those attending _joined with our College Community Chorus in singing the favorite songs of Penn State and the Alma Mater. The Center provided refcGBhments to conclude the evening_.

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