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

PHILOSPHY FOR A FAILING _COLLEGE STT JDT JNT by K.Q,Bishop While failing a chemistry exam a f-e-v* d_^s ago, I suddenly saw the futility of tv_^._r My tortured mind rebeled against the < ni.i universe and all the stupid beings ( inclvmyself) in it. My jumbled thoughts suueic. organized themselves, and before ny eyes I saw an intire philosphy outlinedr A f rnof the clearer edicts are as follows: Edict one - Nothing means anything * Edict two - Things are the way they are because they are that way* Edict three - Don't worry if the world exists outside of your mind or not becaus it wouldn't make any difference if it _dl or not but it probably doesn't, but who cares any vay_»

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

BIGHACRES COLLEGIAN . _^ _M_^_JhJP_^l

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

Letters To The Editor Mr. Editor: It has now become a co:imor; ! _' -rt r"ur._'! the campus that the _last i-s'K- o " 1: o Collegian had its joke pa.--;? c or In doing so, the party r_?_s c'._r ' 1 the eensorship struck a dir-rc t c'!. y - • i the student body by de-x. ' _c\. _+ mature enough to read an "u 1 . -ra : page. Let's exercise our _fr_^y. * .. r the press _combined _with a re'-lint c sense of judgement in further ip-. , .:=• , A committee of loyal renc'_ors.- . My Dear Sir: Let me remind you that there is a f ?.r greater variety of girls than was mentioned in your article entitled FEkALES CLASSIFIED, The R_.O_.T.Cr boys had better not get too serious about this particular work which we notice has no byline. The Kinsey Society Dear _Lindat It' s not that I enjoy _writing thr _^ - ening letters, but I feel thit futile of Penn State is at stake. Your column is just too muck I So stop the nonsense because I'm already over _i_,y budget in the blackjack departmentB Louie M...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

Collegian "Man On the Street" Poll by Francis Werpshaw When confronted with the thought provoking question, "What do you want for Cgristmas" the following students answered. Walter Leib . "An I.B.M. machine • " Donald Baran........ "500 Dave Brubeck records." Dave Saul , 'JA '32 Ford Coupe. " Bill Shindel.............."A rope and gun" Bob Brumbaugh. ' . 'Jane Mansfield. " Tom Toth «"I want Bill Schumacher for Christmas." Hugh Cannon... "f 57 Cadillac." Bill Mace. "A three wheeler" Eemo Milino "An "A" in Physics Emil Kasper "A tutor," Funzi(John Cappello)....."A dozen plastic clothes pinscolored." John Kichka "A "57" Oldsmobile. " Bob Grittner "A new 3 foot slide rule to do my trigonometry." Bernie Hollod "'57 Cadillac. " Sandra Rimm ."A chinchilla coat." "Eleanor Svok. "A letter from Japan.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

Philosphy cont_» - Edict four - Nothing makes any difference in the long rvnt for instance! It doesn't make any difference if anybody reads or understands this article or not now or later and even if they did read and understand it, it doesn 't matter _anyway* "With this philosphy, a poor student can sit back and enjoy the view of Conyngham Valley while he fails an exam and says "to hell with it" in a convincing manner.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

HIGHACRES COLLEGIAN Dece 13, 1957

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

#* LINDA LOVELY ** " Greetings groupl Not much has been going on lately, so natch I can't say much* Like what am I trying to say? If you don't know you ' re really out of it* Actually I am not really saying anything, (Ed' s note - You said it Lin.) By the way_> I greatly appreciate the comments and critidsjps in the last _papar on my article. _Especially the one sent in by the Penn State (_Children)• Honestly, I laughed and laughed j Over the holidays (well, Thanks giving vacation if we must get technical) I tried out my dance-crashing gear, which seemed to be in remarkably sad shape * Not really knowing how to enter the first establishment where the "hop" was being held, I ddcided to trip around to the side and try my luck there* Ahal Success at lasti I managed to enter through a small broken window pane. (Ed's note— Lin often enters her home that way at three o'clock in the _morning Things went along fairly well until the fans began pacing around out on that square.se...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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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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Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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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

John Anthony Avigliano ""Johnnie Masculinemuscular, and musically inclined—-member of Community Chorus enjoys collecting records and reading.»future plans are to teach music,•• expects to die of old age* George John Beech "Junior " Junior has a smile for everyone and a great ability to take a joke. Always for "Time" ,.. also remarking "My, My " ... Has a great future as an electrical technician. Lyla Jean Berish "Lyl" Neatgraceful and mus _i cally inclined attends Community Chorus and College Art SocietyPresident,., hobbies are dancing and playing the piano pet peeve is tardy people»..plans to teach music. Charles Bradish "Chae " Tallblonde and a swell fellow discribes Chas* Wonders "Where do I go?"... Stories usually concern sports.,,Future takes him to Albuquerque_, New Mexico as a draftsman for Sandla, Joseph George Curtis "Joe" Fyiendly, always wisecracking, Joe is a lot of fun to have around... Don't be fooled though, Joe is a good student. He ' s bound to be a sucess i...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

John Dubetsky "Ski" _Interested In hunting _und photo ,raphyi>»ostill s_*nr;le»* •future is _uncertain at _present.,_»quiet and friendly,, Charles A* Generose » Charley 11 Charley thinks our ca-pus hore at _M_^n Acres _*s Ideal for a stortiru place 'u a _college career...rccll-liktc! around c?»vpus..o fr_^enc to all. Joseph Fedzuj- _. a "Joe" _Hunting abilities known far ard _x,"icjK«o«iilso enjoys fisb_^n(j.._» noth_^n{_-; _socrr.s to _risturb !rl m..(»Ms practical aMll.ty Insures his success* Jan'.rs Jos. Frllin "Jir " Known as dad to his son»«.great -int'TCHt in outdoor and incoor sports ..._atrees with evr-rytnint- say-_'r ._fi "T _«U saytH _«_.ois only disturbed by bad coffeR..«v.ill be a success as an electrical _draftsman for Duponto Josrph J_« Fodcraro "Joe " Lab reports c ' a not atirce ¦v-_'th h-_'.c.o.v_. 'hcn hunting season _coi::. gs around he is the happiest.oouncertain _abiut future eo . tlThat cotton pickin1 _j i-LK_^r," is his favor ite expression. it...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

Rol a n d H i ll ""Ronnie "Ronnie is a q ulet fellow who doesn't make much noise..*. His main interest is leather craft... Will be a success as a draftsman for Dupont. May die from owervsrork_. - Jane Ellen Hunchar "Janie" Charming, vivaciousand industrious.•.enjoys roller skating, bowling and dancing...probable cause of death is an airplane crash**.plans marriage, twelve children, and obtaining a doctors degree in medicine. Thomas J. Kaschak "Tom " Tom is a friendly guy.. .hails from Eckley... Tom plays baseball with the Jeddo Starsand works as a P.I_.A.A* basketball official. Besides this, he is a first lieutenant in the Army Reserve. Charles Leroy Keller "Charlie " Witty, athletic, and single...enjoys archery, auto races, bowling, and oil painting...plans to enter the field of finance..*Charlie expects to die from drowning..,For Pete ' s sake, stay away from the water, Charlie/ Joann M, Kenvin "Kenny " Brunette hairbrown eyes, petite and charming...lots of fun..* thats "Ken...

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

Joseph Lona "Joe " Joe comes from Hazleton...has a sense of umor that will always be remembered....Popular with both sexes...ability to get along with people assures Joe success...His future holds a position at Dupont as a draftsman. John Lukca "Johnny" Johnny can always be found in the drawing room....He often repeats the expression, "If you say so..." John ' s pet peeve is Bob Oleyar' s laugh. Richard A. Maggio "Richie" Friendly, good-natured fellow...active in Chorus, Fencing, Photography, and R.O.T.C....rates music tops and hopes to graduate from Penn State Campus as a music teacher...predicts death from _eating too much. Veronica Eleanor Mantz "Irish" Best disposition at Highacres...member of Theta Sigma Pi Sorority, and the College Arts Society....Irish is a native of Summit Hill...future plans include medical technologist at Lancaster General...She includes skating, photography, and embroidery as hobbies. Lawrence Martini "Larry" A quiet lad from Hazleton Heights...ve...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

Ronald J ohn Oleksa ""Ronnie Active member of the Brothers of the Brush...available bachelor on the prowl...can be found at most intellectual gatherings, i.e. Xanuzzl_'s etc...hardest subject is Dining Room II...an amiable guy...Lots of luck, Ronnie I Robert Oleyar t»Oley" Oley is one of Highacre' s most famous characters.. .His favorite expression- * :"He who laughs last, laughs last." In his spare time Oley is an amateur wine, tester. ( Saints, preserve us—) ...his pet peeves are June Allison and nice people. Lots of luck... Carl L. Paulnack "Carl" Carl is always ready -with a remark., . spends his spare time working with radios, and writing lab reports..#We' re sure that Carl will suceed at Western Slectric in Allentown. Robert Thomas Petruska "Bobby" Bob is our capable president of the Student Council.*.during leisure hours he can be found in the chera lab...(???) ...Eob insists on calling Mr. Steel's pet rats rabbits...admires Richie Ashburn...active member of the bowli...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

James R. Raup ""Jimmy J_^ck claims h® is no ladies ' man...but we know better...oven when he says that he is intent on staying single...Jack ' s favorits ._^pastime is shooting darts....we 're sure that Jack will suceed even though his future plans are undecided right now. ..Good luck, Jack I Karl Rekas "Smiley" Treasurer of the Student Council, nice guy, good spender... that is "Smiley " Rekasi Karl is the kind of guy who turns up any place...good student, full of jokes, Karl Is one of the most active and able of Highacre ' s student body....He is directly responsible for arousing student •interest at recent elections.. .We won't forget "Smileyi" Earl Ries "Cuddles " _Wherever there is a laughing group, you ' re sure to find "Cuddles " In its midst...his main ambition is1 to finish school, and his pet peeve are courses that require ao"thought, just memorization.. ...».hi.s favorite expression is, "How about a break?" Earl expects that his death will be caused by ulcers. Joh...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

"draw Patricia L. Sacco "Patte Popular, friendly, and fun loving., .attends Sorority...enjoys - ing and painting in leisure time...Patte's pet peeve are people who go to college at the Campus...Patte plans marriage, and expects to die of old age! Luck and success to our PatteI Vivian A. Karvounis "Vi.v" A cute little lass is our Viv...neat dresser...real sharp sense of humor...and a wonderful personality with a smile for everyone.. .Viv is active in all school activities and a definite asset to any organization Viv expects to die from Mr. Longo_'s Econ. final.. . You' re not the only one, Vivl Michael Sappe "Mike" Mike has many varied interests...paints when he is in the mood. Nike is also an amateur photographer...the expression, "Dizzyl" assures Mike's presence. ..We know Mike will achieve success as a draftsman for N.J» Zinc i n Palmerton. Ernest D. Scaran "Ernie" Popular, friendly...everyone calls .him Ernie. He can't understand why classes have to beg i n so early in th...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

John Surochak "Jack" Never a dull moment when Jack is around... full of fun...Jack enjoys dancing, and girls are his special interest.. .With his friendly ways, we know Jack is sure to succeed at the N.Y. Construction Company. Francis Stoffa "Franky" Frank ' s chief complaint is the long walk up the hill _evary morning... Frank is a real sportsman...likes to hunt and fish. His future will take him to Poughkeepsie, New York to work with T.B.M. Theodore Tarone " Teddy" Terrific personality and sharp dresser best describes Ted...he is interested in all sports especially basketball...Ted is anxious to continue his education...his pet peeve is Elvis. Nicholas Dominic Triano Jr. "Nick" Very well liked...neat dresser...everybody's friend, and a real good looking guy. Nick gets along with everyone, teachers and classmates... We ' re sure Nick will have the best of everything in the future. Robert Ulrich "Ri cky " Ricky is one of the quiet tech students...but _hs always finds time to...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

Tiii s year the College Arts Society presented four films to the Highacres' student body. The presentation of these films not only enriched and _\r aried the program of activities that Highacres offers its students, but it brought some of the films to this area for the first time. The first College Arts presentation was Pie Tales of Hoffman, basod .on the opara by Jacques Offenbach, and danced by Moira Shearer and a distinguished company of artists. This film was very successful in the larger cities of this country, but was _navsr shown in this area previous to the College Arts presentation. Also presented were Annapurma, a film based on the best selling . book by Maurice Herzog, and the film adaption of the immortal Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens. The College Arts Society presented all films free of charge in the Lounge in the main building. Looking forward to next year, one film the College Arts Society hopes to show is The Gate of Hell, a Japanese film that h-_?s received a...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 13 December 1957

The Fencing Club has become one of the most Interesting extra-curricular activities here at Highacres. The. Club started with two foils and four students Interested in learning the noble sport of fencing. Many of the participants of this sport were seen on the sthletic f_^ 'eld or in the garden learning to become graceful and agil. Soon other students who sot there hard _working future f:mcers decided that they too would jo-_'n _tha Fencing Club. At the present time the fencing club has eight members and plenty of excellent equipment. The Club has three fencing Instructors. They arc; Richard A. Maggi-o, Roy Ruben"ght, and George !!. Opiila. The members of the _fencing Clab are as follows! June Hunchar, Martha Prdputnick, Dolores Stauffer, WA 111 arc R-_'ley, Ted Kirby, Dorothy Melley, Martin Zemany, Richard Goss 0

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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