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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 1 November 1957

I _[ ! . 1 i /" ¦•• ~r— ¦- . ; j4 " ! ' ; -. 7" _j _*_" / '¦" ¦ i s • i _i _^i - !\i ¦ \i )KhS ! _,_^L.i k_^..U.._u,. :...3L_ _^.,i_^_a. ..\L.._iJ _; j _i i A professor who comps In late is ; rarej in fact, he is In a class by himself. : The cannibal' s daughter liked the ; boys best when they were stewed*. : "My son is specializing in languag— , ; es_™ » "Is that right?" : "Yes, I got a bill that said $20 _5 for French, $5 0 for Spanish, and _; $2C9 for Scotch. " ; Lassiet "!i7hy did you take up the piano?" Laddie: "My glass of beer kept . sliding off the violin," Boc Miller: "I can't find any cause for your trouble. I think it's due to drinking." Student: "Well, maybe I'd better come back sometime when you' re sober. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

HIGHACRES REPRESENTED AT THE YORK CONFERENCE OF STUDENT COUNCILS Frances Werpshaw t)n Friday and _Satiarrtay, November 8 and 9P 1 957* the annual Pennsylvania Junior College Student Council Conference met at Irk Junior College, lorko The York J-.md.or College and York Penn State Center acted as hosts* The purpose of the conference was _%b"2discuss and endeavor to solve problems which confront Student Councils everywhere* Suggestions for improvBent were considered by each delegate. Delegates from Kuptone, lork Junior College, Penn State Centers including ErieHazleton, "fork, Pottsville, Ogontz, Allentown, Altoona, Die _Dalbsis and HcKeesport were present. Student Council members from the Hazleton Penn State Center who attended the conference were John Zisek_, Ted Tarone, Ted Minor, Betty Ann Ficek,, and Frances Werpshaw. Professor _Tuongo acted as advisor_* The discussion topics were as follows} Council Authority and Operation, FinancesAthletics, Social Activities and Pub...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

SORORIETY At _*,&-* meeting held by the sororiety_, the members decided to participate in the U_.N.I.C.E.F. program. This worthwhile project will need the support of the entire student body, • A bake sale will be held at a date to be announced later. Students will be a,---ke.i to donate baked goods from their hc.tr.ee« Further information will be _ponced or announced at some later datee INFORMATION ABOUT THE COLLEGE ARTS SOCIETY ON ANOTHER PAGE

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

CLUB NEWS Art LIngousky _^Q CcCLLsge _Commi mr. .tJY _£hcrus_ is working "coward its annual Christmas Concert Series. The schedule this year will be: Deo.8 at Freeland, Dec69 at pottsville, and DecolO at Hazleton* The program " -r :*a-3.ists of excerpts from Handel's _ikeooiah, Christmas Oratorio by Saint Saensy plus other Christmas selections. Professor Pearl Garbrick and the _members of thev chorus are working «ul'_. diligently for the performances. _BravoJ

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

Wanted* A Highacres Belle-Lettres Society. One of the excellent popular clubs on the main campus in University Park is the Belle-Lettres Society„ A number of Highacres students want such a club here as well. what does Belle-Lettres ( pronounced bel-letra) mean? The dictionary gives _thisi (from the French language "beautiful letters") '.'fine literature, literature (fiction (e.g. novels, short stories), poetry, drama ) etc.) as one of the fine arts, as distinguished from technical and scientific Writings' Tl oo Now, among our students there must be some creative writers, young men and young women who are pining for literary recognition and for a start in a _brilliant literary career. Please don't let a B in E. Comp. discourage youj perhaps you can sharpen pencils* If you have ever jumped out of bed in the middle of the night to write a poem, or if you have secretly sent an original crossword puzzle to Reader's Digest, you are eligible, and heartily invited to join. Speling a...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

Necessities First John Zisek Ik a given situation , a normal person will choose the necessities of life first, and, then, after having _procured these necessities, he will _proceed to gather the luxuries of life. By way of _illustration, imagine being shipwrecked in the middle of the ocean, completely devoid of any method of transportation. and beiRg given the opportunity to choose between a rowboat and a modern _automcoil.e.. Naturally, under the circumstances * the. ; .-e would be no hesitation in choosing between the two. Our present situation at the Hazleton _> Campus is comparable to this illustration,, Since the Hazleton Campus is in a state of expansion , there are many desireable improvements that could be contemplated ' - Unfortunately, we cannot hope to accomplisi all these tasks at the same time; therefore, we must decide which improvements are most urgently needed, and which improvements can be delayed for future consideration. The most urgent needs ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

How tp Shine _Yaur ROTC Shoes 0. M. 0i.it extensive and hush-hush scientific project on an urgent and timely questionlow - ' co achieve that he-man shine on your ROTC shoes- has at last been brought to a successful conclusion. This startling iact has been uncoveredJ they don't take no shine nohow. We can close this expository report right here and now, but that would be to merciful. So a step-by-scientific-step explanation of our shining process follows, ar;d we hope it will help some hopeless and desperate Rotcie, even now slaving over his shoes with an old-fashioned, obsolete can of Esquire boot black. New_, the main thing is to keep sight of jovr objective and to go towards achieving it in a logical and orderly manner. That is why we started cut with rubbing alcohol Everyone knows how important the stimulation of muscles and blood vessels is, how it promotes growth and vitality * Anyway, we use rubbing alcohol. You may by now have guessed that we rubbed it on. The effect ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

If Sputnik II Landed _y "> rll_^hacres Cont. He'll feel highly honored to be able to be the first earth man to examine me. All I have to do is go up to him and wag ray tail.... He doesn't seem to notice me. He's preoccupied with something. The strange words he's muttering seem to be, "Now where did I put that _tttttt schedule of mine. Scram dog, what do I look like, a doghouse?" Startled at this treatment, I decided to look elsewhere. Someone else would get a chance to make history, and then this nasty man will realize what he had missed. let such luck was not to be mine, for I was thrown out of the main building by a man who was armed with a duffel bag. In another building, I was chased by an "•f-_^-c er who ?ras examining toy airplanes. I Tiever managed even to gain entrance to 'hU-i two other buildings from which great ni'i/ie emerged. It seems that one of the buildings is a "rec hall", and the other a library. However, my trained ears fo'r.d the activity to be...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

Iie § 3 - 1 _Bl_^gci Ba "kfr the United States John Bodnar Many of you probably read the notice that appeared on the bulletin board several weeks agoo In essence it said that, the blcximobile would be in town and that volunteers from our Center to give blood were wanted. Also, many of you were informed of this in the ROTC class. Several of you volunteered. Some others either because they did not know exactly what it was all about, or because you didn't have time for such trivial things you did not go. For those of you who did not volunteer, I am going to relate my personal experiences so that you will be more informed and possibly more receptiv the next time that this notice appeara o the bulletin board.. As I approached the building;, which \_rf ¦: church, I could not shake _tba £ee_]:u.K •.' ¦ ¦ the building somehow resemb.Led a -' 0071b stone * My stomach was also in a pe_^_- 1.1a;: position, lodged between the heart and lungs and protruding _between the 3rd and 4-th ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

Legal Blood Bath in the United States continued Next, I was led over to another chair wfiere I was left to myself to wonder how everyone could remain so calm while I was bleeding to death. ¦Whil e I was sitting here, minding my own business, a huge nurse leaped from the curtains behind me, accosted me from behind, smiled, asked me whether this was my first time, and had me lying flat on my back before I could 3r ell for help. Then in a grandiose bizarre attempt to fake me out and gain my confidence, I was treated in vary regal manner - for the next few minutes* They washed my arm, very gently. They wiped the perspiration off my brow* Everyone smiled, and they all seemed to be concerned about how I felt. Then I noticed a tube protruding from my arm* Before I could screech, the nurse explained to me that she had already injected the needle and also that it hadn't hurt, I was brainwashe'd. I believed h3r. Although I realize now I must have been wrong, at the time, I actually ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

COLLEGIAN STAFF Editor in Chief - Thomas Maxwell assistant Editor - F. L. Stockert Associate Editor - Stanley Zdep Art Editor - J. A. Cappello Stencil Typists - Gone Tihansky Joanne Edwards, Carmen Lombardo Reporters - John _Bodner, Frances Werpshaw, Olga LarkusLyda Dick, Stanley Zdep, John Zisek Under cover work - Funz Advisor - Andrew Kafka

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

MOVIES OF TRAPSCONTINENTAL CANADIAN TRIP TO BE SHOWN On Thursday evening Nov. 21, 1957 at 7>» 7i30 P.M.. Professor Steel will Show films of his trip across Canada, Students are invited * The time required to show the films is one hour and forty ffiinutsu

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

"Honey, Boris got a new tooth today. "

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

THB COLIBGE ARTS SOCIETY A meeting of the College Arts Society was held Wednesday, November 6 5 for the purpose of announcing to the members which films, chosen tentatively at the last meeting, will be shown. The films to be shown this ' school year_$ and the order in which they will be shown follows5 Rasho-Mon _«-• Novo 18, 1957 "Seiia Deadly Sins- Feb., 16 j 1957 The " " Detec' tlve ("Father Brown) Apr, 14, 1957 All films will be shown at 8100 P.M. on the Mondays listed_.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

The Detective( Father Brown) (English) One of the world ' -s most versatile comedians, Alec Guinness ? here _portra. 73 _Father; _Brcwa,- _tha j. Le'_^h_^ ing cl_«wi& whose goal is "So v.a;rerccriminals before the police _^:i capture them * In the course of his activities, he is himself arrested and later nearly imprisoned when one of his "converts" steals the Sto Augustine Gross ? but in the end _^ both Justice and Guinness tr-Tumpho

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

Seven Deadly Sins (French) The film is divided into seven anecdotes, each a gem, illustrating these sins j Avarice, Wrath, Sloth, Lust, Envy, Gluttony, Pride. <,«The participators in this herculean film achievement read like a-Who's Who in French fllm-«iaking_«

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

Rasho-Mon (Japanese) Rasho-Mon is an expertly acted film with extraordinarily beautiful photography. Director Kurosawa has woven four contradictory tales into a completely engrossing and intriguing film that will leave its audience spellbound.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

Linda _Lcrely How1 bout that dance on Nov. 1? Say man, that place really swungI I found out the general idea of the situation when I slithered in that night to behold a dignified(?) dance already in progress. After watching some of the poor varmits as they "massercred" each other, I soon got the knack of the whole deal and joined in to add my scintillating personality to the confusion. Of course, I nearly tramped a certain very hep ( and incidentally a bachelor, tool) prof. HintI HintI While in the process of charging around, but that, of course, is only a minor detail. There should be another hop in the near future. Greetings groupl Here I am again with another." exotic article to waste more space( as per usual) * And tc bring all of you peons more dirt about "your" school_. Yours truly learned (by very drastic means, I assure youl) that in recent ' 'A.EX3S, you peasants were presented with something like "blue books. " Such funI Sveryone enjoyed them tremendously, I'm sure...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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