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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

DID YOU GET YOURS? / 1* D_}.d you get your ticket for the Blue Band, Concert? This concert is to be held on Monday, March 19, in the . Hazleton High School Auditorium. ._Jsf you are.plannint to attend-this1 concert, then now. is. the time'to get your ticket, since the concert date: is only-.a few days ' away.- . Tickets arc only $1 * 00 and can be obtained from any _raembir of the ticket committee. Proceeds from this concert will go into the Student Union Eullding Fund. Support your ... Student Union Building 11 MHMMJt Mi _Jt _il\ AM '

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

¦- _* . * ATTENTION; _STUpEltTSj4§0JJEF_^. BOOKS ' Any student? who * intend to. purchase new teoctbooks fjcpm the Center Bookstore, should dp so .immediately as all: ' ¦ unsold books wi_^l be returned to the Main Campus next/jfre _' ek.. ; .. i # _# * * . * ' ? * * ¦ « ¦ #

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

a. - _. * **¦ «¦•»• _# _jf fl- * - , The number and variety of _scholarships in the _College of ilinpral $pdwstries is steadly _growi ngf Anyone whq ..wants information on the scopa and value' ' of these scholarships, shoxtLd _consult Mr. Npble. BMit- ¦ _» X- it -if- * ¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

_^"¦ """_^ THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY CENTER -.- . . . • ¦ • ¦ '' _HAZLETON, PfiMA ' " ,: •¦ - - " ' ¦ ' ¦ Vol XVTTI No. 16 . .-: ¦; ,. ¦ . March 9, 1956

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN Page 2 ' ¦ _• "¦ ' ¦ : ¦ . ;¦ " si ¦ ¦ - ¦ • . Marilyn . SwankI " The friendliness of the little'b '' bys impressed me very much. They discussed their school work,'their recreation activitiesj-> arid their a-tti tudes towards the school*" Larry Kowalskyj "The" liberalness of the whole , reform system_, j for instance, no ¦ ¦ * guards, - no "barbed wire'1 ' fences, and the general trustee system. " Theresa Bobowski: "Some of the, younginnocent looking boys who looked as though they shouldn't be .there.." , Chris _Melleys " The fine,_academic air of the/Classrooms * " ' -i , » George -Petros ' '"Geher_'allyV 1_^e clenliness of the dining hall and. the, classrooms." Marge .Churilla s "The boys ' were .courteous, disciplined 'and'ob * edientj. ' .|hey seemed as though, they were iiibdel ' children. " ¦ ' al idAt_''A_±L' M " 7_F "I* TTTTWHTfTrwlr ( Students Walking) , } . the .penalty in this case would.not be a simple fine. Let it be knownthat ¦ , , the s...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

. _-»¦ ¦ . ' . ! ' , _' .. ' ¦ ¦ ' ' ' ' . _. .....-. ¦ ¦> ¦:¦' ¦ ¦ " ¦ " . ' • ¦¦ * • theta sig?4; pi ;;" .: . V-v,,-. '¦ ¦ • ' ._» . M. 'M. . _AL ¦ -L. . jf On Thursday, March 1, The Thet|,; Sigma Pi Sorority held a meeting,,in the_^main lounge at Highacres. After Miss Helen Dossenbach, advisor to the group, read the by-laws of the Sorority, President Marge Churilla initiated the new girls into the Sorority. The newly initiated girls are Lyle Berish, .Jane Hunchar, ¦ Bolores.Stajiffer, and Farticia Vangroskl* . The girls w_^ re presented for initiati on - by Mary.-Merker, Jean ' Reed, Mary Ann _Welkie;,. and'Rhoda Smulyan. . . ¦ After the initiation, a short business meeting was conducted in which plans were discussed for the next meeting to be held en March 15. A cosmetics expert from New York City will be the guest ; speraker. Following the business ;-dis- j cussion, jpefreshiaents were .served and the meeting was adjourned by the President i

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

m. m. _m. . . * ¦ r _CEteR _^ STiroENTS.IN_^IS-LYf.: n ' \. The Sociology 5 class and &@me other interested students, from . the Center visited the Luzerne County Tndus'trlal School for Boys at Kis-Lyrvon Thursday, FebrUBjpy 23. Mhen the students were asked by this reporter what impressed them the most, " .they-gave the following commentsi ,, • ¦ • ¦ Linda Wolfe: "The floors, in the cottages were so clean and.shiny* they are' waxed every week. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

LIBRARY AIDES ***¦ ** The regular weekly meeting of the library aidesformerly; scheduled for the eighth period on- ¥edne.sday, • has ' been changed to the fourth period on Monday ' ; These meetings! will, be held every 'Monday in Miss" GarbrickJs office-- and: it is re->- _quested that all aides _^ .attend'these ' "¦[ ¦meetings. If for some ;reason absence is necessaryMiss Garbrick should be notified in advance. .-; . " •

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

" COLLEGE _ARTSJTO MEET t * " ' There will be a brief .mwetong-of1 the College Arts Society in room M-_^39 on Friday, March 9, during the fouffch . ' ¦ period. All members are requested to attend this, meeting, at which _jgitoe the; . plans for the radio skit will-Ife discussed. . _;.-. _' / " ¦¦" ¦ * '"¦ ' • ' • ' ' anjh. a- u. 4t. x-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

TECH STUDENTS TENTATIVELY ACCEPT , ¦ 7 ,_„ ¦" Jobs " ¦"" ~ ¦ " •• ¦ As a _results of the interviews that ; ; have been taking place here at Highacres for the past month, several of the . . Tech students have_^tentatively accepted ; positions wi th s ome of the firms that have sent representatives to the Center. At the presentGeneral Motors-Corp, ' of DetroitMich., has _accepted tentative applications from the following; students enrolled in the Electrical and Drafting Technology coursesi Edward BasiagoETechj George ' Blahar, ETechj Feter Timinsky, ETechj Edward PlesniarskiDTechj Larry Delaney, _, DTechj Nicholas Pykosh, DTech. ' Representatives from the following ;. companies will be at" the Center, during , the months of * March and April on the dates _indicated in order to ' _interview the Tech studentst March 19-0wen Corning _Fifeer Glas_^ Corp _^ _Barringtonj N, Jf March 21-_^Jeneral E_^e ptric Cq, : S,_cheneetad3 n, y. ;. ' ¦¦ ¦' ¦ ¦! _' ¦ ' . ' :, ' ¦ March 26-Eabcok-¥...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

ENGINEER IS KING U .. iMJMIH MM _Bfc _iB ¦ V ¦« #_i n ww rm ir% 9\ ¦ _.t * (Adapted Ir ' om "The, . New .York Times) Tn America" today, the engineer-scientist is king. ' There are 5000 organizations bidding'for him : and the 50,000 job - openings is twice th_«3 number of newgraduates expected this June. Stratospheric salaries, and other inducement including moving expenses, .free insurance, medical care1 and _educate op are:making the trend a-wild scramble unlike _anything ever seen,In America. ' . ' ... ¦ ' • .-Every engineer or scientist in a company today is a recruiter, recruiting promising young men in colleges tdd_^iyv . 'this recruiting goes on at social gatheringa,. profess,iona1 meetingsover the telephone-_^ whereeve,x_" , engineers and scientists meet. _,r The reason for the present situation is deepr-rooted. ' The United States hass . entered upon a new age • the age of technology. As "in the militaryso to in the kitchen and in business is technology entering a wond...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

" n _* ¦ • -.CARPER NO _LOGGER CAPTAIN ¦ — «-.. — — — v— — <* —._«.- — On Friday-March 2Captain Walter $, Carpet*Assistant Professor of. Air Science and Tactics here at the Highacres Campus, was officially notified of his.promotion to the rank: of. Major in the _United States Air Force, f ¦ • ' ; .. ¦ ' , (page 4) , „

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

HAZLE'TC-N COLLEGIAN Page 4 . _- . _;:, : ;/ • ¦ ¦ . ¦: . : ' . ¦ . (Carper) Major Carper began,his military career in the fall of 1942 , when he entered the Army Air Force. He began air cadet training ' in March .1943and received his wings and ';second-.lieutenant' ?-com-. - ; mission in December :1943_«, H:e>was, promoted to first lieutenant in July 1944, and reached the rank of Captain- in January • , 1945. " ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ,.;) / Upon being discharge_^., _Major Carper ' \ entered the University-of, Pennsylvania, .. where he; received his BA" in Economics in; 1949 . Major Carper a'ls o.did graduate work in Sociology at the U. of P. from 195 0 ' to-'1951. He was recalled into the - \USAF iri May 1951i and .was assigned to the _ROTC unit at.Pennsylvania State University where he"taught for one year. It was then that he came to Hlghacres, * and has been here ever since.-.. Major Carper | ««f. d©s in Conyngham, with. . it his wife, Ja6qtKJli ' ne and' ( see page 5) ; _ir fr _tt •...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

¦-,„ , . '¦ .. " ¦ ¦ . . _' _kwling ¦ ¦ " : . . The Number 13 seemed to have a shattering effect in the Penn ' Sta'te' Bowling League .thi s _ps£s13 "Sunday. ' • ¦• - Here is the way things shape* up after the 13th. week of bowling: af. Uhe Playhouse _Alleyas The Spee6h team was dropped from, fjjst place to hold a tie for second with Engineeringj One point separates the first and fourth place teams; .4 points separates * the two top individual average leaders ? a.new high team single total has been set} and six men have crashed .into %he ,"500 series"-department, ;The red-hot Accounting team ¦ took over . first place by bumping Speech in three games, Jim Koreni with a high, 3-game series of 555» climaxed by a sizzling 522sparked the Accounting squad while Andy Gozjack, ' in a good ' supporting rqlej ' had a 500 triple. (to be con' t)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

» - ' . ' ' ' J ¦ . " ' LET'S TAKE 'THE .-NOISE-OUT OF . ,'1 ;¦ - ¦ ~ . ~ _li| |_tfRAR|^~~_-~ AS: most ' of the students-at Highacres ' ' have ' noticedthe schoolis somewhat ' overcrowded thia year,. ¥e haye run ; . short bf classrooms, dining space,, and available 'studying rooms. Due1 largly . ! to thi_^s overcrowded , condition, a large number! of •students have taken. their work to the library. < This "studying in the . library has resulted in a tremendous increase in noise in the library _building which; _hinders studying 'especially for . students who. must use the library for . ' . ' . _reference work. ' Let' s take ' the noise _, out of-the library now. II. ¦ : ' ' . ' ii " schedule "of vacant rooms has been posted ori the bulletin board, showing __ the rooms that are vacant, each period of each school day. If students desire • to study together they should consult

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

'v *_- _-_' - ':_v - ' _Sjw_^s BasketbalininI1M :_i ;••;;;. - _j{ The opening game' in the. Fennr _Sfoa,te Center Intramural Double Elimination Basketball ' Tournament Splayed tw<> weeks a"g; _6, -svif the _^Warriors: tr_.ounce the -Celtics 117-39, and the Knicks _roulp over the takers by an 87-34 score. The Warrisrs had six men'.hitting in the double figures, of whom,,-Miasgar (28), Miller (2-4), _and Tarone'(.23,) proved to be•th& big _noisamakers. Hill ' led; the Celt-? ce: with 20 _,_poi nts• The_^ Knicks had five men ..in the , double ' . figures -with Stish, being: the biggest , producer, _*i th 31 points. ,The: 31 pofhts, -by the way, ¦_Ts the1 highest , _individual total in the. League .thus far. Sappe' anr iindrev had 8 .apiece for the"Lakersi" : In games played this :past Friday, the Royals and the'Pistons each,wpn their opening- gameB in the Tournament. In _^he opening ' gamej,; th e; Royals walloped " the Nationals, ¦ •• 54,-22 _^ ¦ behi nd Hu...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

•. • . . (Bowling) The Second-place ._Engineering team took only two out of three from the last place Botany club, thereby missing a chance to tie for the League leadership, Ray Bittner ' _s 521 triple and Howard Paden ' s 203 third game aided the Engineering Team in creating the new high team single game of 800, Fourth place Music took two out of three from Algebra. Leon Dapisoh. ' s, 500 series paved the way, , \ As it stands now, _Recounting has 26 ' points, Engineering and Speech have 25_jf points, and Music " 25 points. In other games played, Composition, led by Bob Miller ' s 540 series, took two out of three from Drafting, Ed Smith's 201 single and 516 triple were high for Drafting, History took two out of three from Zoology, In what shapes up how as a run-to-thewire, the individual leadership race in average is now reduced to a _baue _»4 of a point. Hay Bittner, the leader since the opening week, still leads with a 164_«0, but Jim Koren, who has steadily been climbing is n...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

Page 5 .. mZLETON. C OLLEGIANt (Carper) daughter, Leslie. The Carpers are formerly from Wincheister, Virginia* Major Caper is a combat veteran of World War II. He served with the 15th. Air Force in Italy and is credited with 52 combat . missions as a fighter pilot. Among other decorations he holds the Distinguished Flying Cross* (Bowling) . An important match, next Sunday, ' - ' March _^ly w3_% bring_; together the two. second-p: lace teams. " • -. ¦ .. ._? . -. 4 re ' minder: to • all bowlers.. ¦ -¦ther,i. ape_; only - ' -five ¦ more: week s of bowling . remaining. . ' .f V; ' ¦ ' '¦- ' ' -; ' ¦ ¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 9 March 1956

_^STATE%ienta ... The-previously unbeaten Lion grunt-and-groan men were beatan this past Saturday at University Park by powerful_Pitt, 16-12. Ghis marks the Panthers 17th. straight over a two-year span* This was the final meet of the •season for bothtsams._s.State ' s Bill Oberly, NOAA heavyweight champ was held to a draw, and Jos Krufka, .pre-. viously 7-0; on the season was upset by Ed DeWitt...In gymnastics,, the Lions walloped Pitt, 63-33,.• . Incidentally,•in the March 4th.. i ssue of Tpdjayj there is an. interas ting article- on Karl Schwenzfeier, penn State ' s 1955' gymnastic cap-tain (now a graduate , student)..*The Phi lad elphia-born "yo _# ungster " (25) is perhaps the finest gymnast in the United States today...Last year he •. * won the Eastern and. National A10 Collegiate all-round- championships and tied for the National AAU title, a feat unprecedented in American gymnastic hi . story. He looms as a bright hope for the United States, in the Olympic games.*,The P...

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