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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

. _^ ' - ' - ' ' i ' ' : • £ORORI£Yj!IEE;r S AT GENE_ TTi_ _| _£ Tho Theta Sigma Pi Sorority held its final meeting before Easter _faoata ion in Genetti' s Pennsylvania Recm_* At this meeti.n,g_, . Miss Lillian Brandt a, cosmetics expert from New York, gave a demonstration on the proper use of cosmetics* The demonstration was sponsored by Coil's Cosmetio and Gift Shop of Hazloton. *********

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

' ¦ COUNCIL DISCUSSES. SOCIAL __ _„ -.. __ £ ' eTs£ ' r ". '. Theresa Bcbowski,_;chairman of ' tho ¦• social committeo, stated at the council meeting held recently that the sooial program for this somestor_, unless additional funds are budgotted to her committee, (page 4)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

£ P _0 R £ S Basketball* . . This pant Friday, at the A. D* Thomas Gym, the Royals eliminated the Knioks, 56_"5O, and the Pistons eliminated the Hawks 57-40 in the Center ' s Double Elimination Tournament. This _k avos the two winners' (with 3-1 records) and *• the undefeated Warriors ( 3«-0) the only teams remaining in the tournaments . This Friday* the Royals will fade the Warriors at 6j00 pa. The Pistons will face the eliminated Knicks in a practice game in the second gome_. The Warriors, at the moment, have the advantage, as a loss on Friday will not eliminate them. Lou Huber led the Royals with 22 points with Steve Gimmer and Bernie Steber helping with 12 and 10 points. Kushma and Stankeoich paced the Knicks with 11 points apiece. John Lazur with 27 and Wasno with 13 points paced the Pistons to their win while Miller led the Hawks with 11 points. In gemes played on March 16, the Pistons and the Warriors had to como from behind to beat the Royals and the Knickso The Piston...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

_^ _~ -_> - TRAFFI£ _COMMITTEE In a recent traffic check conducted by the members of the Highacres Traffic Committee, it was found that approximately 12 students had failed to register their cars before the deadline of April 5* A notice has been posted on the main bulletin board with the names of students caught in this traffic check and the fines. The fines listed on this notice, and also all finos thot have not been paid to date, must bo paid before the violator will be allowed to take his or her final exams. All traffic fines are to be paid to Miss Williams in the Book Store. *********

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

A NEW AD£IT__ION The card games that were so comm on to the Highacres Rec Hall during the past months have nearly died out. The cards hove given way tp the chess tournament for one thing and also to the latest addition to the Reo Hall - the bowling machine. This machine was acquired by the House Rules Committee and has proved to be a great success in th' e short time that it has been installed.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

_QL_^_A_^IiAsoip ¦ T _T —I" will be the May Day Semi, the Convocation dinner»dance and the all college picnic. Treasurer Bittner stated that a possible $125 might be given to Miss Bobowski for another dance (it was rumored that the amount of money actually available for sues h a purpose is closer to $175. ) Further action was postponed pond* ing an investigation into the cost of Convocations *********

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

HAZLETON COLLEGIAN Page 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

(Sports ) _Moyer, VanHorn, and _Velfeio hit in the double figures for the Nats while _Brodish and Ondrey wero hig h for the Lakers. Kovatch dropped in 33 points end Dougherty 2tt for the Hawks; Frablo had 15 for the Celtics. Bowling. • . There is a saying that the third time you go down, you drown I If that is the cose, watch out AccountingJ litter a two-month surge, the Accounting team finally made it about a month ago* A week after, they wore bounced out of first and just throe weeks ago, won to share the top spot, but again with the teams having it out, they are now in third place...r It is now anybody's guess as to who will be on top next week. Once again, only \/Z game separate the first three teams. Engineering and Music ere on top with Accounting in third, l/2 game off the pace. This Sunday, the Music and Accounting teams face each other in the important match of the year. Games of March 11•....After squeezing to a 1 pin win, the Engineers, led by le ague loading iay Bi...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 April 1956

HAZUBTON COLLEGIAN Pag e 5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

CHORUS_^UNS _^ SPRTNG CONCERT The Highacras Cbllege Community Chorus under the directs on of Miss Pearl Garbrick, Assistant Professor of Music, has planned and made preparations to hold a Spring Concert sometime in May, No definite date has been set. Rehearsals are being held on Tuesday evenings as well as individual and sectional rehearsals of students during free peri ods at school. The program will be an oratorio entitled 'St. Paul ' by Mendelssohn. Thirty-seven members, including 16 students and 21 members from surrounding communities; will participate. The chorus is made up of 11 sopranos, 15 altos, 5 tenors, and 5 bass. The student soloists are as follows: Alto-Linda _wolfe_; Tenor- Jack &vigliano, James Evensj Bass- Carl Bugaiski, Calvin Deitch, and william. ' . Smith. Accompanist will be James bddam. Miss Garbrick commented on the success of the chorus during the spring rehearsals. Members have come in all kinds of weather from such points as Freeland, Ifeather...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

_UST__ TSSUT3 , Que to a heavy work load placed upon a few students within the past week and the increasing work ' load to come in the next _fow weeks of the semesterthis will be the last issue of the Collegian for the school year 1955-56. T would like to express my deepest thanks to the members of this newspaper who have helped (page 3)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

To _ The _ Editort As faculty advisor of the College Arts Society, I wish to corract a statement which was made, through some puzzling inadvertence, in the April 13th issue of The Collegian, namely that a change of film night was being considered! no such change of schedule is being considerad, for the quite _impsrsonal reason that Monday night has b-aen found in our experience to bring out the best attendance and to involvp the fewest _conflicts with other activities. The fact that attendance this _ysar has be_^n the fullest and the most sustained in the last few years tends to confirm this judgment; cradit for this fact goes to the members of the College Arts Society for their enthusiastic initiative, to the Society's President for her willing assumption of responsibility, and to the faculty for their cooperation in reminding their classes of coming film datos. A. G. wilcox Ed. . . rthe report we received on this subject was in connection with night _classes and military r...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

CONGRATULATIONS TO_COLLEGEj _lRTS Having concluded a very successful movie season which Included the shewing of a number of excellent pictures, the College Arts Soqiety has discovered a budget surpluso According to current rumors, _thR Society is considering refunding the money to the SGA General Fund for reallocation by Council. Tn the opinion of the staff of this paper_, such a movement, if made, should be commended by the entire college. " Coming at this particular time, it might mean that Council will be able to put some excellent orchestra under contract for Convocation. The Council is considering this move, but _sarly reports say that financial difficulties may hinder it. So you see why we say that if the College Arts Society under _President Novarnik, decides to aid in this manner, they deserve the thanks of every student at the Center. We are looking forward to an excellent Convocation program, since this ocassion climaxes the Highacres social season.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

•- * * * * * •K 'K *r _TT * SjDFTBALLJNTR_.i.KURa_^R MDY Having finished both tho bowling and basketball seasons, Student Council, through its Sport ' s Committee concluded plans for a softball league. Trophies to the winners of all these _events are scheduled for _nresontation at Convocation. At Its Friday meeting, Council ordered 6 balls and 2 gloves and one mask to suppliment _tha eofbball equipment it had purchased eirl.ier. Council also hsard a _rsport by Theresa Bobowski on the; May Day Serai. Mr. Vtllcox _English Instructor-?; add res sod the Council on the possibility of transferring a budget surplus from the College Arts Society to the general fund. *#¦»«• * # # _# _#• % *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

_^_AIM iTj2.GH _^T_ K iN 2.s -,D lB iiT _l: Mr. Andrew Kafka, of the Highacres _facultj served as one of the judges at the _seventy annual Kings College Debate League which opened on April 11, in the Souajhfeen Division., 3t, Ann' s of Haaleton; took the decision-over St. Nicholas, of lift Ikes Barre« The National High School question for 1956 _iss R-j solved- that government subsidies should be grantod according to need for high school graduates who _qualify for additional training. Stn Gabriel'ss of Hazleton, St. Ann ' s, S+. = Nicholas, , a_*:_d St. Y'ineen\;: s of _Flyrouth, comprise the _Southern Division * Schools from up--country form the other two divisions-Northern and Central.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

* MUSIC _TT_^_JiTJlS TITLE " ' ' A never_^say-die Music team are :the champions fif-.the. first Penn, _State Center Bowling _Levague_^wi nni ng the tlt_^e in •tru, e championship, style,.-Music " took 2 out bf: 3 from Engineering,\ tb win the tijtle., in- a _ss.ason which was successful and . -lfrghly exciting. . , "f " Before , _tha. ma. tch-of-the-year. began, the championship hung on a few f ifs< r : If Music, took 2 games,, they, ware _champsj Tf Music lost 2, and Accounting lost 1 ¦game ,- engineering would be champs; Tf Music lost 2 and _iiccqunting/.wdri * all 3» accounting would _ba champs. . Music lost the first .. game to. Engineering j Accounting won-their first game'from Algebra. Music than came from behind to take the second, game by only"20 points Accounting won their..se _. cond game. In the pressure _gsune, Music wallops_^ Engineering to. take tfi _o title j Accounting took their game to wind up second best, only i-game behind. Leon Dapson, wit_^ a ' .46...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

* •*¦ * ¦ * * •¦»•¦*¦ *• •« * WARRIORS _JiTrN_ TOUR_%ffiNT .. . _. - The powerful warriors, ' led by highscoring Tom Klasgar, who pumped in 30 points, .rode to an easy.;.66-54 win over the Pistons last Friday to win the Penn State Double lillminati on Basketball Tournament. The'7/arri6rs, "who all season had a deadly, well-balariced team went through the Tournament: without a loss. ¦' • ¦ '¦ _'. •¦¦' > The winners jumped to a big 9 point lead at the quarter, and led by 7 at half time, at the 3 quarter mark they held a six point lead. Bob Miller with 13 points, and Joe Lona with 11, together with; Mlasgar . .provided the necessary punch for the Champions. Pete " Timinsj<;i, with' *I9 points, and Eob fasno, with 17 points led the Pistons. ' ** ¦ # * #.*. * • # _* ¦"' ¦¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 27 April 1956

W * X KT * * » SOFTBALLJ_^EaGUEJ _„ OPENS ' ' ¦ _Tho Center Intramural; Softball League was scheduled to open this week on the Highacres diamond with . four teams participating. The four teams in the league , are the Giants, chillies, Red Sox, and the Dodgers. ••,- * . In the? first game the _Rsd Sox faced the. Phillies. All games_t _ara._scheduled for •¦Vednasday, Thursday and Friday ' at 5»15 pm. Postponed games _ivi11 be played on Tuesdays or as the n_^ ght cap on Fridays, jill players and officials are requested to checkc the bulletin board for weekly _schedules and other pertinent information_. For excitement, thrills and fun all students are urged to- attend arid lend their moral support as as_> many'games as . possible. ¦ "" "•¦ »ji a j'_a J4_A1- a. >'- a.

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