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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 15 November 1957

P i L F E R E D '_i i "I had four years in R_.O.T.C. Ho?; many cHd you have?" I bought my girl some garters At the _vFoolworth five and ten, S_^v She gave them to her moth er—XXlhat_'s the last I'll see of them_. Little Yftllie, while at play _X_^ Burned his sister up one day. Golly, how it must surprise her _^ To be used for ferti lizerI

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY Highacres Campus, Hazleton, Pa. . ,, - . . . . . ! . Volume I, _Nxuriber 5 November 26 , 1 957

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE PARKING LOT John Bodnar While there are always the prospects that some students shall probably leave school because of academic reasons, other persons are disconcerted over the possibility that an eq ual number of students may be"bopnced out" of school by an automobile as they are walking up the hill from the parking lot. Here are revealed opinions of the faculty and students concerning this problem. Mrs * Bodenstein commented,"I, personally, have met with no problem. I have met with every courtesy on the hillj I have been offered rides which I have accepted with pleasure_; especially _^_vhen I have high heals on." Mro Sal Salazar presented an opposing view to Mrs, Bodenstein1 s_. He said, "The situation is terrible, especially on rainy days with the two way traffic caused by drivers taking their riders to the top of the hill and then returning to the parking lot. The parking lot should be moved to the top of the hill»" Mr. Esher, was not as vehement with ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

COLLEGIAN "MAN ON THE STREET"POLL Frances Werpshaw The following students were asked thisi "If you suddenly inherited a million dollars, would you continue your eduoa<! :-ic Ihat would your reaction be to the windi' _t George Bishop. "Take a trip around the world in 80 days, and then continue my education*" Carmen _Lombardoo .., "1 would _invest half, and set the other half aside for a scholarship fundo I would continue my education." Bernie Goydislu ,. "I would buy a new campus for the Highacres Center." Norman Potochney "I would buy Highacres campus esculators, and then continue my education." Bob Edmunds "I would quit school, and get a job so I could pay the tax on it, " Larry Sorokatch.. <_,«..e"I would go to a desert paradise and sleep the rest of my life." Ted Tar one .Je,»I would donate all the money to our school for educational purposes, and then continue my education. " Tom Fetterman .,"1 would continue my education and buy a farm in Conyngham valley. "...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

CAPACITY CROWD ATTENDS FILM PRESENTATION A capacity crowd attended the first film presentation of the season by the College Arts Society on toonday evening, Ncvo 18 in the main lounge * Mr John Banner, president of the College Arts Society made some preliminary remarks about the film, Rasho-Mon, a Japanese production_. You may be expecting a summary of the film, but your not getting it* If you were interested in the film, you would have seen it, and a summary would do you no good, and if you are not interested in the film, you won't even be reading this article, so why should I write something that won't be read?

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN November 26, 1957

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

BASKETBALL Seven basketball teams have been formed and play will begin in the near future,. . Three games will be played each friday night at the Arthur Street Gym. in Hazleton, Pa» COLLEGIAN STAFF Editor-in-Chief —Tom _maxwell Assistant Ed, Fred Steckert Associate Ed. —Stan Zdep Art Editor- John Cappello : Sports Ed. Bernard Goydish Reporters Jr Bodnar _^ Stan Zdepj Olga Markus, Francesw erpshaw, William Reilly, & "Laddi" Dick Typists Gene Tihansky &. Carmen,I Lombardo Faculty Advisor— Mr_« Andrew Kafka Esqc r"•-'_¦ «*—•¦ —-*»-•«—¦) i... iiM»"_» . .».. ¦¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦ i _y m -[mm. ,, 1.1 - .,, _mu,., ;

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

COMMUNITY CHORUS OcM. The Community Chorus, which has been (rehearsing weekly under the direction of Miss Pearl Garbrick for its Chris-|traas performance,, announced the dates Jand program of the two concerts schjje _clulecU The first is to be given in 'P_^ttsville on Dec. 8, and the second j in Hazleton on Dec. 10j> In Hazleton jthe Chorus will perform in the Christ jLutheran Parish House* Both concerts Will behin at 8:30 P.M.. I The program will be of a religious _character, and will include such well-.¦cnown compositions as the "Alleluia" dj Randall Thompson, selections from the "Messiah" by Handel, and other * ::horal music* {Everyone who enjoys good music should >i:ai;\3 plans to attend one of these conf_^ rt sj which promise to be two of the fuiorb enjoyable yet presented by the jbliorusa

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

SPORTS HIGHy-LIGHTS By Bernard Goydish BO _I LING WOK LOST North Siders 9_| 2-| King Pins 9 3 Dynamos 7 5 Pin Topplers 7 5 Pin Splitters 6| 5_§ South Siders 6 6 Oscillators 5|- ( _^ Titians 4 8 Fudge Factors 3 9 Who' s Wits _2\ 9_§ High Scores Bowers 171 Martinchek 159 7,-i oolr————— ~\ _K_1 C\y*^c?_r " i i iii -m _._^^_._^I _^_s/ \JX _Cg,ctD —.—. — ———— — — »—.«•».-«— X._JQ Schneider ; 151

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

HIGH AC RES COLLEGIAN November 26, 1957

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

' LIFE AS A PART-TIMER OR MY TWO YEARS AT SING - SING No doubt you have been in one of the big food stores, Well, the chances are that you couldn't find something. The natural thing to do is to ask one of those boys in the white aprons •> He immediately starts running around to find it for youa Afew minutes later, he runs up to the front of the store to carry out an order for some woman who had left her big, six-foot husband sitting in the car. Two minutes and ten seconds later that same, scared looking, worn-out boy is trying to give good reasons to his boss as to why it took him more than two minutes and three seconds to carry a seventy-pound order two blocks down the street. Just as you are about to leave, a crash that sounds like a H-bomb deafens your ears * A coustomer has knocked over a display of mayonaise_. One of these _^ ars lands on top of a jug of vinegar which also breaks< You can readily guess who has to clean it up and make the floor shine again# B...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR My dear sir: It has come to my attention that a i certain condition exists in our school that is very dangerous to the welfare and well being of our students_« therefore.- , I am writing this letter in the hope that some poor unfortunate student will take note of the warning that I am about to give 5 and in doing so, will prevent a terrible misfortune from befalling him» _Xqu see *. I know how terrible it is to have a broken back, fractured spine, brain concussion, and a cracked pelvis, becans I didn't watch where I was goingy and in doing so, tripped over eight million seven thousand six hundred and fifty and a half brief bags0 It is my opinion that our students should be more careful where they throw their cotton picking brief bags from now ona I.Mn Injured tor. Editor: Let me congratulate you and your staff for an extremely fine replica of our planet on the cover of your publicationo In appreciation of your endeavor I hope you will accept the title t...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

Really, it is good for young people to have a job. The pay is good(?) ands besides, a number of important people have started their careers this retail way» For example, John D_. Rockefeller _^ many of our congressmen; and even Willie Sutton engaged in the retail business,. In conclusion, let me point out that any semblance to a person, place _^ or event , expressed in this article is entirely coincidental and is not intended to reflect upon the virtues of any company, corporation, or person* (This post scipt had to be written so that the companies (not mentioned by name) will not sue this newspaper*)

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN November 26S 1957

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (Cont.) Btra SerceJ Thank you for the moon. Editor-in-Chief Collegian Editor! Would you please tell me what a UNICEF is and how I can capture one? I believe that the sororiety members should not have exclusive rights to it. Eck Mr0 Editors I wood like to join the Bell-Letters society? I'm afraid my E. Comp» grade is a little below the requirment, but I will try to improov. After all, trying to brung up a 19% average isnt imposable. Roburt S. Editor-inChiefs I want a Student Union BuildingJ Who the hell does your writer think he is by saying that we should have a path _through the woods first. If he insists on walking through the woods, I'll give him a compass and shovel and let him make his own path. A disgusted Reader Editor-in-Chiefi Tour publication has gone to the dogsJ_' 1 I have been taking ROTC for 7_§ years and have never before been told how to shine my shoes by a girl. As far as I' m concerned O. ' su. can polish apples for the professors, but I...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

Editors Iread your latest issue containing the inspiring article about donating blood * I have undergone many similar experiences through the yearse However , your article brought back vivid memories of the time I lost my arm through blood_, poisoning after donating a pint of that crimson _fluids Keep up the good work* Hildegard X. Sirs For the first time I enjoyed the car** • ¦ toons in your scandal sheet.. Especially interesting was the caricature of my nephew Boris* However, he has grown up and now attacks women instead of biting people's legs. Dracula Linda Lovelys If your column is for both male and female students, please leave it out of the copies distributed to the boys. And, if that is what the females in this institution go for, we promise to have nothing to do with them. So Linda, let's get that scintillating personality of yours really scintillating and attack this problem from a different angle. The Highacres Boys

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

SORORITY SPONSERS T¥® ACTIVITIES Frances Werpshavr The Theta Sigma Pi Sorority is conducting a magazine drive. The _magaaines that are collected will be sent to Europe« Anyone wishing to participate in this drive is invited to do soe Please bring all magazines to the girls' lounge* The deadline for this project is December 19 ,, The sorority will conduct a Bake Sale sometime after Thanksgiving-, The proceeds will go to U.N.I.C_.E.F. (childrens emergency fund.) Donations of baked goods will be greatly appreciated_. Let' s make it a huge success *

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

_HISHACRES COLLEGIAN November 26, 1957

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

FEMALES CLASSIFIED (For MEN Only) also, old dance steps, old singers, ane old recordso A class examination of hetype of music shows tha+- it also seems to be derived from the _Belgian Cong_^- The girls have _developed an unusual • -.'•.;» ¦ " ¦ ¦ of dress j they are determined to exoe.ee: as much 61 the leg as possible below M.c dress, and then to cover up such told advances by covering up as much of _sai:i leg as possible from the ankle up w;\ ' v b knee socks* If you select one of these girls, be prepared for an evening of _to_;-d confusion * They pride themselves en being different and would be terribly insulted if their dates showed any preter. of understanding them. Now we will examine the athletic type of girl* These girls can be identified by these three phrases which constitute fully three _quarters of their vocabulary' "You're Cheating' ,1 "No Fair," and "Lets start over again'J Not being able to defeat a male,by fair means,, in any game requiring physical skills, s...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 26 November 1957

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN November 26, 195*7

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