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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

LETTERS TO THE EDTTOR DERE SUR; Well 1 finely found this plase. Boy, 1 bin looking fore it fore three weaks trampin threw the wuds and _klimbin sand dunes and as i wuz just reddy to giv up hope 1 saw this beautifull b1ld1ng« 1. dint hav the strength to krawl inside so 1 kollapsed on the rode. The neckst thi i. remember was a _studint kounsil member _puttin a parkin ticket im my ear. He said the nackst time 1 parked their 1 wud haff to sea Mr. T _?ard. T triad to xpla in that that ' s watt i was tryin to do butt he just hooked a chain tu my shoe and had me toad to the studint parkin lott, Tudays later i finely made it back to the bildin and now 1 f m bak in the swing of things. The ownlee complaint i hav 1n that 1 keep gettin stuk in the water _founts otherwise 1'm glad tu be heree Sign, Stumpt Dear Stumptj See me later and I'll get the ticket fixed up for you. Signed, Sur

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

TWO _CLaSSES PUN TRTPS (continued) Zoo -in connection with their study of animals , aftsr study _i ng dinosaurs, they will be _especially interested in the recently built dinosaur model which is on display in the Academy. OFFICE NOTES (continued) of the plastic covering have been torn away. Acts such " as these are certainly not indicative of the mature behavior which should be displayed by college students. While normal wear Is expected, these destructive acts are adding unnecessary additional expenses to the school budget and should be stopped immediately. ¦jHH_<-;HHHH:-x-j;-_^HaH«~; !-_«_-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

OUR _STaFP FOR THTS TSSUE Volume One, Number Three Editor-1n-Chi ef • R. Hildebrand Assistant Editor T. Kirby Stendl Typ i sts ¦ Jane Hunchar, Vivian Karvourris, Mary Lou Scaran Mim io ph John Benner Reporters George Opilla, Jackie Kessel, Martha Preputnik, Karl Rekas, Mary Lou Scaran, John Benner, Joanne Kav'n, Gerry ¥ilkowski, Carol Milko, Finn' Arlotto, Bob Parsons Advi sor .—undrew Kafka

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

Doctors keep telling us that drinking is bad for us...but we notice a lot more old drunks around than old _doctors.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

ROCK N* ROLL The rock'n' roll craze is dying a slow, shrieking death, pangling as it goes. And yet calypso tunes already appear as a replacement , and a welcome form of sedation. One need only to examine the true rock ' n' roll audience to fully savor the group dimensions. Loveable children they, full of a youthful exuberance that breaks windows and builds fires. And bless them, the little ones do have artfully controller voices , always mainta ined at the decibel level that is sure to make the eardrums snap, crackle, and pop. Endowed with a complete Anglo-Saxon vocabulary, these uninhibited legions have successfully escaped the repressions against which psychologists have constantly counseled * Here they are, todays motorcycle riders who are the leaders of tomorrow * America must consider itself lucky to possess youths so vital, so forceful , so eloquent_^ Indeed, this may well be the nations secret weapon. The leaders of thi s starry-eyed band are of equal calibre any race t...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

INFORMATION ON FRATERNITIES (continued) Fra ternities, in general, charge a?. monthly housebill including room, boa rd, and social _fses. This varies from 85 to 95 dollar® per month, _dependin 6n .a food quality, services, _number of months bill is rendered, and several other va riables_. Thus for the normal >academic year, a fraterni ty may be charging _'_^tween 600 and 800 dollars a r •year * _O_^uewly_/inirtiated fraternity member pays an" _frn1 ti at* on fee of 50 to 100 dollars which covers life membership and other -incidentals (p-'ns, magazine subscription, stc.) Costs have changed to the po-'nt where fraternities are more economical than the Univarsity dorms.. Efforts of varying degrees are made by the fraterni ties to advance the academic achievement of their members. Study hours, tutorial or faculty advisor help, regimented study for pledges, and systematic checks on achievament are among the techniques used by a number of _chaptars. At the same time, new stud...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

Four very sucessful college alumni got together at their class reunion for a bull session, and as it usually does the conversation finally got around to faults and fob-las. " This is strictly between us, " said the first old grad, "but once or twice a month T can't help hitting the bottle no one ever knows and T really look forward to it. " ( continued on page six)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

HIGHaCRES COLLEGIAN PAGE FO¥R

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

LOOKING INTO THE LOOKING GLASS Have you ever looked into a looking glass and wondered if there were someone in some country who had features identical to yours? What would you do if you went into some building in a strange country and sat next to a. person who could pass as your twin? Daphne du Maurier, in the novel, The Scapegoat, uses this situation as the starting point in her mystery novel. John who has no surname is an Englishman who is touring France, He has established no social contacts with people and is on the verge of entering a monastery. In a bar in Le Mans he meets a man who is his physical double, Jean de Gue. The Comte de Gue is anxious to leave his environment and the complex situations which crowd his everyday life. For example, he has a sister who hasn't spoken to him for fifteen years, a ten~year-old~ daughter who has symptoms of being a saint, and a mysteriously bedridden mother who casually expects him to arrange his wif's death_. The Comte de Gue drugs J...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

CAN YOU IMAGINE PROFESSOR STEEL smoking a pipe JOHN ZOLTAK with a white beard MARY MERKER weighing 200 pounds MRS. BODENSTEIN with a French accent THE ENGINEERS AND LIBERAL ARTS STUDENTS not arguing over who has the "zip" course CAPTAIN HARM .an airman _Jrd class CONNIE walking through the lounge without being seen THE ENGINEERS taking music as a required course. MR. WILCOX driving a new "caddie" THE RIFLE TEAM beating an opposing team THE -PENN STATE RIFLE TEAM using real bullets and shooting at Elvis Presley BARBARA NARDINI seven feet tall BOBBY PETRU3KA bowling 200 3M0KING in the class rooms TO DEMERIT CARDS FOR R.O.T.C. CADETS 3 R0FE3S0R KAFKA teaching a "How to read i. comics course" 4R. MCKIN3TRY playing in the Benny 3-oodman band OSS GARBRICK playing "bop" records in ler music classes. :he librar y full of comic books _5la3srooms 7ith lounge chairs seer in the coffee machine 'he students of the spanish and german _ilasses having interpreters —George Opilla

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

HIGHAORES COLLEGIA!? PAGE FIVE

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

DOUBLE TALK WHAT THE PROFESSOR SAYS ; "There will be no unannounced quizzes in this course. " (T OUT HE ACTUALLY MEANS) ("Hah I Just wait until tomorrow..") "This textbook is one of the finest ever written. " ("I wrote it,") "'There will be very little outside reading in this course. " ("Read any 35 of the following and report orally on each of them * ") " Now don't worry about your grades. I' m not interested in that. T just want you to get something out of this course. " ( T flunked forty out of forty-two last semester I") "I think you'll find me an easy grader." ( "I flunked forty out of forty two last semesteri") "My students tell me that thi s is a snap course. " ("I flunked forty out of forty-two last semester."') "You won't be responsible for Chapter 10 in the test. " ( For 65 points! :in what line on what page in chapter 10 did Washington cross the Delaware?") . "If this test takes you more than a half hour to complete, you should flunk it. " ( I' ve got nothing to do ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

r Continuation from Page 4.. "I know what you mean," added the second grad nobody knows it, but T can't help playing the horses. The boss at the bank never has found out, and T feel safe that no one will aver f_^ _'nd out. " "My weakness is women, " spoke up the third, " now and then a widow, all very discreet, of course, a week or two out of town, a business trip,.. " And so the stories Trent. Finally they noticed that Joe was sitting over in the coroner, looking awfully uncomfortable, and not saying a thing. "¥hats your weakness, Joe? " his friends asked. "I can't say. " "Come on, Joe tell us. " "No, I can't." "Listen Joe you know everything about us you ' re not going to get out of this room unless you tell us your _' s." "Ws11...well... if you guys have really got to know my weakness is gossip and T can't wait until T get out of this room. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

CONVOCATION _^_7C_7_T7 «_Tr?r7r7_fT_>_or7r_?r7f_7r7_fvr7 irjT7r7Fvv7r7*_T* The annual convocation exercise will be held June 5th, at 6s00 p«m. in Genetti '< Pennsylvania Room. All center students are invited, :?.nd we suggest you attend, for a dinner will be served and later on there will be danc ing. The affair is semi-formal. To add a musical note to the festivitie Miss Garbrick will conduct the Community Chorus. The Alma Mater plus a few of the Schools fight songs will be sung. A guest speaker will be on hand, and last year if you remember, we had our president doing the honors,. The master of ceremonies wil be Robert Patruska, a fourth semester student here at Highacre Tn addition to this, a host of awards will be presented, and all in all it proves to be an interesting evening. So why not plan to ? ivtend and g->t in on the fun. After all?., it's free.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

IHGHACHES COLLEGIAN PAGE SIX

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

TTS TRUE MEaNTNG E-istor is the most inspiring time of the year. Tt is a time when spring is bursting out everywhere, and the sky-is bluer and the whole world seems to be very psacfull. To some people, Easter is s _i mply the time of year to show off brand new outfits or the time to start think _i ng of that new powder-blue bathr_'ng suit. But the real truth about Easter is that It is a glorious tima for rejoicing. First and last it is a Christian holliday, that comes as _tho climax of a season of fasting and sobriety. The vigil of the Holy Week, the muted gladness of the triumphant entrance into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, the solemnity of Holy Thursda; and the anguish of Good Friday are replaced with the glory of the resurrection from death, and the spirit is renewed with the thought of the triumph over the grave. There is no better, no more inspiring way to tell it than the way it -is told in the Easter Gospel: "Mary Magdalene and Mary, mother of Jamas, and Salome brought swe...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

_PaGE SEVEN KEEPTNG UP WTTH HTGHACRESJ _ BOWLERS As the bowling season comes to a close, the outcome of the second-half is still _uncertain. With tha final games to be played on April 28th, tha race is between the first-place team, the Pin _Topplers, whose capta _i n is Ronnie Oleksa, and the second place Mad Keglers, captained by Max Hartman. Since the first-half champ _i ons, the Fudge Factors, probably w-?ll not win the second-half, a play-off is _scheduled for May 5th. A trophy will be presented to the winning team. —Martha Preputnik

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

ll> » HTGHACRES COLLEGIAN APPRAISING ELVTS "UghI" —_-—— Mrs. Ferry "Never heard of him. " — — Mr. Steel " adoloscenti" ——— Mrs. _Bodsnstain "Tf we didn't have Elvis Presley we might have Little Richard and Lucile_."————- Miss Garbrick

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 12 April 1957

SHOO FLY PIE On April 26th, the Friday after Easter, The Penna. State University Canter auxiliary is holding a food sale in the basement of Deisroth _' s Store ( 11 a#m.-~ 3 p.m.) Proceeds for the Highacres Stu«* dent Union Building. Mrs Kostenbauder , our school aurse is _giving her full support to the project by bak-'ng molasses crumb pies. She will take orders for the pies at 50$ apiece, all profits, of course, for the Student Union Building Fund. We at the Collegian office can assure you that Mrs. K. bakes a wicked molasses crumb pie, and that 500 for one will be 500 vary well spent. Lt;ts show our school spirit and swamp Mrs. K. with orders. Lets have the only Student Union building on _tha North iimericin continent built out of the proceeds from molasses crumb piest NOTICE.' Will the person who ordered fifty molasses crumb pies for the R.O.T.C. office please contact Frs. FC. -immediately!

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