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

FEMALES CLASSIFIED continued the more interesting aspects of life* If you date her, bring along a comic boek_. Last, and equally interesting, for she certainly is deadly, comes "Lil" Orphan Annie. At first glance you pass her upj on the second, you begin to give her a 7.1"v';.le consideration; and God save the soul f't the boy whs looks the third time * By this time,.her strategy has begun to -work. This girl has gone through great pains to resemble "the girl you take home to Mother1 . 1 _Sho looks helpless and meLkes the boy feel that he has to protect her from the rest of the inhabitants of the hard,, cruel Tr orTdo Her conversation is unlimited;, ._Jo:r she dfcesn't speako Her art. is getting ¦Ihe boy to talk* Since most people _ars impressed with their own or'-.toil.'sal .-capabilities, the boys leave with the ¦iVj-vo.ght in mind that it was a -wonderful •k:7:verva_^i_^ru Strict abstinence is the rr.-Jy 'Icfe: 1 -,e against this type of girlo ~ t _i 'f._y e" j r-p with one...

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

A LAUGH A DAY MrSo Bodenstein: Give me a sentence using the words detail, defence, and ¦: ' ! defeat, Students "When my dog chased a cat, de feet went over de fence before de tail, Mr. Matterns "Every day we breathe oxygen. Now, Arthur, what do we breathe at night?" Arthurs "Nitrogen." Prof j I will not begin the lecture until the room settles down*. Voice from the rear! Go hame and sleep it off. The Nobel Prize to Sarah Bernheart ( alias Fern Huegl) for her dramatic reading of_~ _|_S_^na _*_ggmu "

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

THE _HIGHACRES fitfftf- -_* J LEAGUE Don; _t forget to join the . ighacres Literary Society. See Mrs. Sappe *

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

HlGHACHES COLLEGIAN November 26, 1957

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

LETS DANCE ; ON FRIDAY NIGHT I.S.DA. HALL 8 O'CL OC K Students _^ Faculty I j..WII11W—iillli 'IIWi 1IH.MH ¦uniTT"' '_-"Y"—'—>¦—¦'-—¦"*——-_"*_-"—_"- ¦- ¦<*•¦-' _a.'_f.-.i-Wft'_^jr._wi

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

Linda Lovely Wall _, you all, this las* week has d/_.&jappeared like the fifth toe of the fourcoed; bamboo-eating zebra* (Not ex-ac-atic-aly a zebra, but something more like a sort of prehistoric horse) During this last week I have wittnessed quite a few of my little fans madly dashing hither and yon toward the old homestead to retrieve those- shall I say,kindlynon-passing marks. Surprisingly enough, I passed all of ye ole torturous subjects_. How about that? (Eds. note- AMAZINGl) I haar by my undfergroraid contacts, namely the NRA_^National Rat Association), that we are to have another dance. Right? RightI I dayo say that I hope the little deal will break the ice before Thanksgiving. How _abojrt you all? See ya there guys and dollsi I hope that you were all at the movie on ye ole campus last Monday night * I enjoyed it greatly from my vantage point under the edge of the rug. ( Eds. note-That guy who w&_3 under the rug with you seemed to enjoy the movie too) It...

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

CHESS TOURNAMENT O.M« Although not many students are aware of the fact , there is, even now, a hot battle being waged to determine the 1957 chess champion here at Highaereso The prize which belongs to the winner is priceless and well worth the fight, but cannot be disclosed at present* If you are an expert at checkers, pinochle , or fingers, do not apply. Only bona fide chess players are eligible, and if any would like to enter this contest , there is still time * Just give your name to Mrse K» whom you all kn o w , and who is sponsoring this tournament _. Althoug h it promises to be a close and determined contest, we hope there will be no violence or bloodshed as we tensely follow the progress of this championship fight*

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

Guess that this little varmit had better creep back into the sewer until the festivities at Thankgiving begin * See yac " Oh yes, one more small detail bef o:re I crawl away * For those of you that dich:. ' ¦ ' ¦ understand the "P.3>" in my Xaat a.:_;av.o.a\ sheet _s it happened to refer 'bo John Allan Bodnar _, who at a very -tender age was blessed with curly hair- , ByeeeeeeeeeeeeS 1 P.S_» Comment on editors note of the last paper. Whose idea was the whole deal? HnimmirmiGimmmmmm? Editors Note Congratulations Lin, a recent survey has shown that your column is the most hated one in the paper* To all yon nice people who have been sending us letters about herj DONf T send us any more, they all say the same thing.

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

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

/" " .cx<_j^>_jo. , *\ I REQUIEM TO A JOKE PAGE Do not fret dear reader jr< _| * j f Because this page is bare. C I You. should have seen the jokes I I That we had here* | Alas they have been censured And banned from innocent eyes* And that' s the way our joke | Page came to its demise. _u» _J| '_— *""*'**a "'"| **l>< ""*''*'' BII|> ''"''ll "Ka '> '1 "_^ * "_^Vi> ' _/ T-jK_» y ¦ ' . in linn ».n hi in 11 mwiui p nigftniM) m ii i.i 1.11.11 11 !_, %# _^ |p _. ¦ ¦¦ wnn— «^ _» bjii«_i ii ih«— _.i_1MP_^ TH6 _ _Aot Ed_^_lb R _^ -" ~ ¦ —-¦ —- ___

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

^»»ii 'i:;»i_»iffl._itWM_»Ml>iVTrt _^ I —-k emaszzxwzr-woi *)pts&&miimmm** u witfMk _^ _itessuxmtrnk i K_. ¦ R • ' '¦ — P 1 Si 1 1 * I I Ik/ ¦ «»•*»•» , • 4jwSiIW»ji_» _iran««ira»e*| I STUDENTS PREFERENCES FOR HIQHACRES COLLEGIAN ARTICLES CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM < ) Pen your opinion on this sheet and slip it through the mail slot in [i I the door of the Highacres Collegian office on the third floor of the * main building, I- COLLEGIAN STAFF, ! i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

NEOLOGISMS Adding to the national _vocabulary c.rtir1 _- to be a popular pastime, "es it v_* that a new word's chances of , ¦ t_* •¦ _: ¦ :¦ ¦ the next edition of the dict-. ";_r ¦ .;• best, slim* Here is a fresh t-"-,: '- , . creations _* SNIRT > I aUrttoo i ¦ ¦>:_> _; d dirt v:_i__. ¦ ,, ,. ::¦ - . air by winter gpi::;^ BAMBOOCRETE Concrete th_?t h-._o c.-_^n reinforced vr ith bacbooe GENERALIST A jack of all tradesj a can ?_-7 ho can do busineejy in _i..any fields* rOO-YOO Any _ailnent which defies diagnosis by a. doctors COLDHOUSE A building equipped 1 _^it1 _- refrigeration .and illu-.i nation sicilar to conditions _existent in the Arctic in which flor-: if; grown, rOOTH-DOODLING The harmful practice of chronically grinding anc tongueing the teeth* ^¦ •Q* Alertness quotient - based on tests of f parson' s _ndapt abil_t"-, judgment and r" as¦" :: •' i.£; _poworw 5ANITARI/iN A bus boy. _^AIR/_lRMAB/iENT The equitable Jn?prtCTio:. . regulation, i ed_^ at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

¦ THE CHORUS C0M_3S THRU AGAIN by John Maggio 'he College Community Chorus under the irection of Miss Pearl Garbrick, made a ery good showing at the first concert f its tenth season. The program, which _ione_^nied Christmas , covered a great :eal of musical territory* Work by Bach, •epresenting the Baroque school of music, r as nicely balanced by a contempory iomposition, Alleluia by Rondali Thompson. ]he classical period of music was very rell represented by Hayden_' s "ToyuSymphony. 'his symphony was one of the highlights of _ihe program. Being a musical jokeit was scored only for strings and toy instruments. Mrs. Charlotte Phillips and Miss _larbrick played excellently in the violin section and were well supported in the _sass by Mr. Ward at the cello* The major rork of the evening was the"Christmas Dratorio" by Saint - Saens_. Particularly Interesting in this work was the duet by irs_» ' Bigelow and Mr. Leroy Hinklei The program was closed by two brilliant _ihoruses from H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

HIGHACRES C&LLEGIAN . December 13 , 1957

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

SANTA MYTH EXPOSED by John Bodnar The legend of Santa Claus tends to throw a shadow of doubt on the fact that human beings become more intelligent as they grow older, for here we have an example of a _supposedly immature child duping a supposedly very mature adult with what is probably the greatest con-game ever devised * For example, let us look in on a secne between an average father and a son, who is _fitrt> -yeas* oldj Jflet two weeks before Christmas* The boy is lying on the floor of the living room casually leafing through a copy of Dante' s Inferno; the father is deeply engrossed in the latest issue of Mad» Pretty soon the father lays doun his magazine and saysj "Well Bobby, what do you want from Santy Claus this year? ' 11 The boy does not answer* Bobby is upstairsj the boy lying on the floor is Timmy* t: Uh, I m e an , uh, Timmy I What do you want from Santy Claus this Christmas?" says the father, correcting himself* Timmy thinks to himself, "This proves it. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

A«_U. iLM. _M_V_ W___V_ j_M. M-M. K-V.. -. M-U. _*LL . _. . «-»• -JHt- -»«*¦ -JH4- _<_Hf ** ¦ » _* -JHf ¦ _» _* ¦*««• - #& -SK COLLBGIAN STAFF Editor-in-Chief Tom Maxwell Assistant Ede Fred Steckert Associate Ede—— Stan Zdep Art Editor John Cappello SopprteftB_^ —_'—-J» Bodnar, St.an 16_^., Olga _Maifk us_^ Frances V.erpshawj 'Illicii.; Reilly, John _Maggtf. _o _* _&.''Laddl» Bick Typists --I -Gene _Jihans_^_j & Ca-Leu Lombardo Faculty Advisor—Mr. Andrew Kafka Esq0 ¦ ** *_# -)h«- *«• *» ** _** _** ?«f m ## -;h_<- *« _^ HIGHACRES LIT1RAST _XT'C_^JE Donf t forget to join the Highacres Literary Society* See Mrs * Sappe _# #***«• ««¦ ** *# _^H«- *« ¦ # * ¦ *« ¦ ¦ _# * # _* ¦ _* * • _»* .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

t HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN _December 13_, 1957

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

MR. STEEL'S TRANSCANA DIAN TRIP Mr. Steel, our biological sciences teacher, took advantage of last summer's vacation period to visit Canada. He made the s"eventeen day trip during the month of August, travelling via Canadian National _railways from _Toronto _westward to Victoria on the Pacific Coast. This was not Mr, Steel's first visit to Canada, but it was the first one of such an extensive nature * Mr. Steel was delighted by the number of steam locomotives still operating in Toronto. From there he took the "Super Continental Limited" to Edmonton, which is 2,GOO miles west. During this part of the _^rip, Mr. Steel managed to swindle for himself the privilege of riding in the Engine. He rode the giant diesel for about 130 miles, and he said he felt like a baseball fan in the best seat at the World Series * From the booming oil capital of Edmonton Mr. Steel continued his journey to Jasper, and then to Blue River _s British Columbia * Both of these towns are in the Canadian Roc...

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