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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 25 October 1956

STAFF THIS ISSUE Mike RemasR. WarmanK. Rekas, Geo. Opllla, John AviglianoLawrence Sorokatch, Carol MllkoGeraldine wllkowski, Rosemary ArlottoVivian Karvounls, Joann Kenvln, Martha Preputnlk John Machung, Mary Scaran, Lyla Berish

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

J OHN CLAVICLE KILLE D R. Warman A Highacres student, John Clavicle, was fatally injured today when an automobile driven by Joseph Phalange struck him as he was walking up,the Highacres road leading to the campus* Several eye-witnesses testified that Clavicle was walking near the middle of the road when Phalange came around the bend near the drill field * Clavicle tried to move to the side of the, road but his way was inadvertently blocked by the three students with whom he was walking abreast. _Ittien asked _^ some of the witnesses replied that they thought the car was driven at excessive speed. Surviving relati ves are Not a very pleasant description, it it? Yet any day now it could be a reality. The faculty and Traffic Committee have expressed their concern over the "jaywalking" condition that exists and are determined to alleviate i.te A new set of rules has been devised whereby individuals will have to pay a fine for "walking" violations., It is getting pretty bad when re...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

HALLOWEEN HOP by Jacqueline Kessel The Hazleton Eagles was the site of the first school dance of the current academic year. Friday evening found over one hundred students enjoying themselves in an Informal atmosphere of jeans and khakies. Gabe Flint and his tallented tonsitorial five provided music of all varieties, from rockenroll to waltztime and back again * It is rumored that even some members of the faculty, determined not to be outdone by the students, joined in and put their students to shame in the art of trapping the light fantastic All _things considered, the dance, as the initial offering of this years class, can be termed a resounding success* (cont_»d on page 2)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

GREAT BOOKS _COURSjg by Martha Preputnik Diri Brice Harris, professor of English Literature and head of the literature department at the Pennsylvania State University, spoke at the first meeting of the semester for the Great Literature Club of _Hazletsaru Dr, Harris1 lecture consisted of a dissertation on Chauce._r_'s "CantK<*&ury Tales." The meeting was held in the Conference Room of Main Building October 5 at 7245* Mr. Andrew Kafka, assistant professo,_/ of English Composition and Literature av Highacres, served as the moderator of the discussion which followed the lecture. The Great Literature Club of Hazleton has scheduled numerous interesting lectures for the coming semester. Students who would like to attend these lectures may obtain information on them from Mr. Kafka,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

VOTER ' S _APaTHY By R. _Tfarman Early in the campaign, President Elsenhower made a remark that said in effecti "It does not matter for whom you vote , as long as you vote." Apparently this advice is going unheeded as ten states show a decline in registration of eligible voters,. The GOP has been warned about complacency but it appears now that the American people, sitting fat and prosperous, are the ones who are complacent, and worse yet , Od _uut dj_^ ' ; _ux' -' • A multitude of elections in history can be pointed out as examples of the powers contained in votes. Just two years ago, the present governor of New York, AverHL Harriman, won by only a fraction more than one vote per precinct} 11,125 votes in 10 ,437 precincts. This one election, and many others, could have influenced history in multifarious ways if the people eligible to vote would have done so. "How does this pertain to me?" you ask_. This condition of apathy exists here at Highacres also* _TiTe are not exe...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

n f_* *» *• •• " »• PIN WHEEL by Edward Smith Sunday afternoon found an enthusiastic array of Highacres bowlers gathered at the Playhouse Alleys, to initiate the Highacres Bowling League of 1956 - 57. Mr. Ben Tuchi and his efficient sports _commi ttee kept the action moving smoothly along, and when the last ball had wheeled down the alley, the bowling league of the Highacres Campus was rolling merrily along. The enthusiastic turnout of members serves to accentuate the growing idea that this y_^ars students are the most active enrolled at Highacres in many a year_. The bowling league provides an outlet of good , clean , wholesome fun for the student body. The able leadership provided by the sports committee will ensure a pleasent afternoon for all participating members. *#?*¦?### **¦*¦

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

HOP (cont_'d) Special bouquets are in order for Carol Mastroianni and her hard working social committee, who ably shouldered the tremendous responsibility and.labor connected with the presentation of a succesful affair of this type. The student body extends its thanks. Special thanks of all students are also extended to Mrs, Kostenbauder, Fr, Ward and Mr. MeKinstry, members of the Highacres Faculty, for the donation of their time and efforts as chaperones and advisors of the Halloween Hop. Faculty aid and interest is sincerely appreciated by the student body. Again we the students say,"Thank you for your interest in our welfare. " f% _t%

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

• FACULTY SKETCH ¦ MEET Mr. McKTNSTRY By G. Opilla With a blair of trombones, we usher In our first _faculty sketch, Mr. McKinstry, yfh.o is an avid jazz fan * The _Highacres _fcodology and Psychology professor is an accomplished trombone player who _during his student days at Alfred University, N.Y., entertained the crowd as a member of a hot jazz combo* In his days as a foot soldier in Uncle' s caln in his It if antry, he raised regimental band. Since this was during wfo" IIthe Army had no use for a progressive trombone player and Mr. _iluCinstry found himself In the honorable field of radio operatingwhere he invented a morse code jazz Improvisation on his telegraph key that drove the ene_^iy crazy. • We find that Mr. McKinstry is just as accomplished along academic lines as he is with his trombone. He has acquired his BA and MA from Alfred University and has taken courses at Syracuse University toward his PhD. A native of Rochester N.Y.Mr. McKinstry has been employed by...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

ACADEMIC PROBATION Pennsylvania State University law states that students who fail 35 _percent. of their credits for any semester, and who are not dropped because their alluniversity average does not fall below 1_»65will be place! on academic probat lon_» All students whose aH-*university average falls below 1.65 are also placed on probation. If a student' s average falls below 1.5, and the student has nohad a 2. 2 or better for his " most recent* semester or a 2*0 " or better for " each of his two most reeent semesters, _" he will be dropped from the University. . Under the old grading systema student was required to maintain a grade of O65 or better. The old .65 Is now equal to the 1.65 stated in the University la w«, At the same time, 1.5 is equivalent to •5 under the old aysten and 2.2 is equal to 1.2. The difference in these grades is due to the fact that our grading system is now based on the numbers from zero to four, while the old system was from a minus two to a...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

The Russian school teacher asked a pupil who the first humans were* "Adam and Eve|_-» the kid replied. "And what nationality were they? " "Russian, of course," said the kid*. "And how do you know? " asked the teacher. "Easy, " the kid replied, "They had no roof over their heads, no clothes to wear, and only one apple between the two of them - and they called it ParadiseI"

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 6 November 1956

STAFF THIS ISSUE K. Rekas, R» Farman, K. Opilla, M_. Remas, J. Avigliano,L. Sorokatch, J_» Machung, C. Mllko, G. "uilkowski, R.-Arlotto, V. Karvounls, J. Kenvin, Ms Preputnik, M# Scaran, L. Berish, W* Earp. Advisors Mr. Kafka

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956

BUDGET ALLOTMENTS . By C. _MiOko At the Student Council meeting held on October 24, the budget for the ensuing year was approved. As Is the custom, |1OO was set aside for next year, This money is used for the Freshman picnic, held at the beginning of the scholastic year. This years sp * orts program 1s al** loted $850, to be used on bowling, fencing, softball, and basketball, Theta Sigma Pi Sorority received #125, which will be used for the May Day Coronation and Ball* For the various parties, dances, and trips to be held this year, |2000 has been alloted to the social committee. The College Arts Society, which will sponsor four films, has been given $171_» The Collegian Staff will use their $175 allotment in the _publication of tyvo printed issues in addition to the regular _newsletter. The music department was given $90, which will be used for the Highacres Chorus Concerts. The recre-_» _aiion committee received $60 for the purchase of magazines and playing cards for the rec...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956

SEMT-FORMAL TURKEY TROT SOCIAL By M_, Scaran On the twentyr-thlrd of November, the Student Council will holds its annual Thanksgiving _seminformal dance. This gala affair will take place at Genetti ' s Pennsylvania Room between the hours of 9»00 p.mT to midnight. Refreshments will be served and the dance music plus a one hour floor show will be provided by Gabe Garland and his renowned Anthracite Dance Band. This dance is the top Highacres activity planned £or this semester. Admission is free and the no corsage rule will be in effect. Your student activity fee Is paying for the festivities, so be sure to be present to reap the benefits of your outlay* Hiat pleasanter way could be found to celebrate the Thanksgiving vacation than making merry with your friends at this affair? Come one and all for an evening of fun and entertainment. _Ji Ai_ JU \_i. k/ _w k./ _lj ><

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956

f - •¦ _* I I N -_^_t _$ _SM ¦ | _| _«C/A _^_s , H I G H A C R B S Y& _/r <4 _. ^\ ' """""" ; _Vk 4 j> _4|| COt LEG I AN _^&4> » -/ THE PENNSYLVANIA STA1B UNIVERSITY, HIGHACRES CAMPUS, HAZKBfON, PENNA* ^^^^ V0LUI/1E XIX {Jo * £ THANKSGIVING EDITION

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956

COBWEBS AND OLD LACE By ¥arman , When Professor Steel wasn't looking the other day, we snuck into his attic and filched his prize collection of antiquated store bills and letters that have been lying around Hlghacres for a couple of decades, From what can be deduced from these moth-eaten papers, things must have been lively around this area in the Roaring Twenties. Nothing today is _Comparable to the Lost Generation and their fabulous prohibition cocktail bingesthe inimitable flappers, and other misadventures, unless you put the Charleston and Rock *n Roll on the same plane. However, the events must have been pretty confusing to Joe Coal Miner when the millioniare class started living it up in Luzerne County. Quite a few of these bills reflect the ease at which sordety was carrying on around here» Can't you just see yourself sitting down to a meal of guava jelly, P&B chow chow, Japanese crab meat, and can shad roe; and washing it down with a bootleg chaser? Heredity be...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956

ROTO NEWS By.L. Sorokatch Captain Paul Harhi has succeeded Major £• Carper as the Associate Professor at Hlghacres, Captain Harhl Is a native of Mahoney Planes. He received a BS degree from East Stroudsburg State Teachers College and did post-graduate work at Bucknell Unlversity0 The Captain has served a total of nine years with the US Army & the Air Force. Before his assignment here he was at the Altoona Center. Prior to thathe ' served in the Far East as an advisor to the Republic of Korea Air Force and with the United Nations inspection teams in Korea and Japan, Before leaving Hazleton, Captain Harhl hopes to work towards a MA degree in Education and then teach at the Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala. His highest goal in the USAF is to teach at the new Air Academy at Colorado Springs. Capt. Harhi resides at 806 Peace St. Hazleton, with his wife Sophiaand his two childrenPaul Jr., six, and Shirley five years old, Hlghacres spreads the welcome mat for Captain Harhl an...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956

****** STAFF EDITORS: M. Remas, C. Rekas, R. Warman_, REPORTERS: R. ArlottoJ. Avigliano, L* BerishV. Karvounls, J» Kenvin, J. _Mashung _s C. Milko, Mo Scaranj L» Sorokatch, M, Preputnik, G. Wllkowskl, Geoo Opilla_, AdvisorJ Mr. A. Kafka ****** N O TE _» We would appreciate receiving from the student bodyletters o;r articles for publication_^

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 20 November 1956

_HKMA_.CKES COLLEGIAN ' . November 29, 1956 Page , ,2

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