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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

LATE HOUR ENTERTAINMENT By StanZSep Another semester has once again begun to tax both our mental and physical strength. However, a new cure for this torture has just been discovered. It is _not a complete remedy, as you might but it will suffice for the days of Monday and Tuesday, Hours of homework on these days speedily pass into oblivion as the bewitching hour of Ils25 P9M. approaches_. The .count-down begins at 9*00 P.M. and final proceedures take place at Zero minus 30 seconds. You switch on your television set. Dial in a CBS station from the Philadelphia area and fasten your safety belt. The fog on the TV screen soon clears and you observe a wierd pit cluttered with odd devices. The huge coffin in the center of the excavation will at once entice you. Footsteps can then be heard and down the circular stairway will come a creature known as Roland. _Unmistaksably you will notice that he is not vampire» He may be mistaken for a ghoul on first glance, but careful observati...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

HIGHACRES PROFESSORS IN COMvUNITY PR.'WTi Froiessor Gilbert H« warat physics instructor here at HIGHACRES_, was well recieved when he lectured before an, ad'u.t class at the Freeland Y.M_.CA, Rockets , space travel, missiles, andsatellites were the general subjects of the lectureo Professor John A. Longo, papt&as? HIGHACRES instructor and awards chairman of the Hazleton Junior Chamber of Commerce presented the "Outstanding Young Man of The Year" award to Atty. Martin D. Cohn at a " Distinguished Service Award' -' dinner The dinner was held Thursday evening, January30, at Genetti ' s Pennsylvania Room on North Laurel Street in Hazleton0 _Tha Womah_'a Auxiliary of the Pennsylvania State University' s Hazleton Center heard a talk by Andrew Kafka, Assistant professor of English Literature and composition at the University Centers Professor Kafka spoke on the subjects "How to Get More Out of Fiction Reading,."

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

FIVE HIGHACRES STUDENTS RECEIVE 5CH0LARSHI J.F.Bradley, chairman of the Senate Committee on Scholarships and Awards., tannounced the names of the following local men as receivers of scholarships* Richard L. Chamberlain '5?' Orangeville IS'5' John A_« Avigliano '59 Freeland $100, George Ripsom '60 Weatherly _fl50 tt Charles Adomshick »59 Freeland |15O« Lawrence Kowalski '58 Hazleton _$_i50«

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

•' GOSSIP INCORPORATED BY BEE a n d JAY (associates of Linda Lovely This-is the Ed: ' to:<>-dn--chief _speakingo Evident alD.y the Mis sea Bee and Jay are doing Setter on this _colrtnn than Linda ever capable ofo Five mimites ago I had this page complet and ready to run off the mach:a?e_« At thit m o ment , a quiet girl who.u we all knowentered this office - , took one look at the stencil, grabed it and the accompanieing notes on the column, and ran out of the place-. I, of courseam shocked and _confrseda I really don't know what to do _vi/_th. tJiis .space* I _remenfiber only one item from the entire column, and the only reason I remember it is because it concerns the girl who took the stencilo She evidentally is very touchy about this subject, so I won't mention her name. Let us call her F. W* Well, it seema that F.W* and a member of the Student Council, let us call him J.Z«, went skating a few days ago. That is all there is to it. There Is nothing more. , ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

1 AN EXTRA»«CURP~"'T_>T_* T&ffSk'EIW By Al _SK^" TT — mages One of the best. &M» relations raits or our campus is _owr?4_lwfead by the _sttide.r.':. in their search for extra-crcrioular activities© -" _^ . The organization I refer to is one -which offers pastimeand an _opportunity to **¦ > further ones social graces and under-• standings ._j The majority of students at HI§IIACRES is male_« Somehow, most fellows have the . mistaken idea that singing is "for the _birdsJ1 This idea would be radically change if they could have heard the servicemen singing during World War 11* Hardly any manuevers or other activities were undertaken that the men didn't singe. eRemember, it is YOUR CHORUS, The _effect it has on the public reflects directly o;>. the campus and you» Miss Garbrick invites a.-;* or all of yor. who may be interested to come along o:u Tuesday evenings at 7:33 o'cloc k*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

FILM ENJOYED HERE The COLLEGE ARTS SOCIETY presented _tha fi. THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS on Monday at 8 s 00 o'clock in the main loungeD A large number of people attended the showing, and the evening was enjoyed ' ::y all© People will be talking about that film for a long time. Interesting and beautiful lights were seen in the sky by the audiance during intermission. Mr. Ward explained them as a natural phenomina*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

BLESSED ARE THEY TOO RUN AROEJNB IN CIRCLES FOR THEY SHALL BE KNOWN AS WHEELS.

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

JACK AND JILL FELL DOM THE HILL, A STUNT THAT'S VERY TRICKY, IF WATER MAKES YOU ACT LIKE THAT, I THINK I'LL STICK TO WHISKEY,

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

THB FIBST ANB FOREMOST RULE FOR"HAPPY" LIVING Never do anything with anybody _elsij at the same time they are doing it witn. you, For instance, Wars are caused by ".v: people trying to do something with doae--body else at the same time _thoy are doin_* it with them* Well, that' s all the horseplay for n_™_-» friends * Tune in t_5 this same spot in two weeks and follow the trials and tribulatio. . of old K_»Q. as he attempts to reason with an unreasonable world in his unending 1 battle to stay out of an instition_* Please don't complain about the gramma. It's amazing that I can write at all in this jacket_. Now down to some serious business* Congratulations are in _ordur do the administration for the fin.j assistance they are giving to American* buaii./?9s enterprisesr, I doubt anyone, _oould dcteiTiiix the real value they have beci, to the publishing industry by having students purchase more books than are necessary ir. some courseso And as a by-product to th3s they ar...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958

K.Q0Bishop and friend While staring into the bottom of a bottle (milk) one day,? I saw the truth. I immediately scribbled it down, and here it is, recorded for posterity<» The world is a lieo Nobody ever tells the truth _, about anything, anytime, even when they tryto (especia lly when they try to), ¦ Wh en people try to tell the truth they lie more because there is no truth. _Everything in your text books could be called lies but is not, because a lie implies an"untruth"and there is no truth , so there can't be any untruths. Man iff miserable because he searches for truth, and there is no truth anyway, so he can't find ito As a matter of fact, there isn't anything anyway. Tout I explained that in my last articles. If you give up searching for truth, you must give up searching for life also* In fact, you must give up entirely. If you do_5 you would be perfectly happy, if happiness existed_, "but it doesn't, so you can never be happy*

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 14 February 1958
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958
Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

- , PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, HAZLETON CENTER STUDEBfiP GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION ¦ STATEMENT OF INCOME AND DISBURSEMENTS « FALL SEMESTER, 1957 Income • * Si._sclent Assessments :•' ' ¦ '!' ' full-time students at 7«5O <- ¦ -- -- « «•-. $2.fi70O0 _. ¦ "'c_^ortionate share of student withdrawals _ ¦-. -» _ $4875 _2o*,-€>. _income . „„ ¦ *_, -_$2I1£?_jj _Tii r.p ii _.rsementsi ._' ¦ ¦; c.; i ' .._~H Actlvities t Fr._yjbcran Picnic __.,__ $3717 'ial ..c. veen Dance --.-------.--.----_-.---_-. $23223 Thanksgiving Dance -------- _ _____ $17772 C.-.-U Party __ $23.5? Heiiday Dance - $20Q20 $67082 _Spr.-ts? Baling 1257.40 _Basketball - -. - 0 22_fr. |28Q01 College Arts Society} Film Rental - Rasho-Mon «. $ 5x17 Collegian: _Nevnpaper supplies -- -----_____-__ $25_^7 Repairs to typewriter ---¦---.---__-__-__-_ I.I359 $3877 Chorus 8 Christman concert $65, 66 House Rules: feagazine Subscriptions _.__ ; ;,3Q5O Playing Cards $16!68 _Miscellaneous Supplies -_ $331 Miscella...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

HE WO FIGHTS AND RUNS AWAY WILL LIVE TO FIGHT ANOTHER DAY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

will look the other way when we pass on the street* Grammar, you see_> is really what your hearers expect _* :t * saw him" might _g_^ you the jaundiced eye from those truckers I mentioned, and "I seen h i:.-might spell the end. of your social ¦ ¦ ¦ .-pirations elsewhere* Yet both are "correctc" It all depends on the uib: ' .v in which you happen to be moving.;. I don't recommend speech with the stigma of outlawry on it_« Certainly you won't get the best job with ite But, don't try to tell me it's incorrect, -, It is merely unacceptable on some lsvelso Now who are the special villains who wiuhad all this grammatical nonsense oa u-.-; ¦ _» Thw double negative, for instance? Well * back in : 8th century England;. Latin was the language of the court and the intelligentsia. The bigwigs of that time decided to push for a "universal world grammar" suitable f oxall times and all languages - _basaa;, of course_> on classical Latin* 3ad The fact that its structure was _-...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

COMBINED MEETING _^ KET. 0 by Fied Steckert A combined mestdng of the news paper staff and the Belle Lettre Society was held on Feb., :«a_$. 1958 in the Botany Lab, The meeting _ww conductor! by Tom iv arwell, Editor in _OH.ef of the Higha:2;.: : es Collegian. The meeting 7/aa not well atlanded_? but the newspawv-c did acquire bh:*rae new members,. (Tad Klnor-. John Xisek>, & Donald ZaiiOlLlneJo A' :: , Vie EieeMn_^_, . Mr. Maxwell mentioned that if the newspaper or Belle Lrsttre Society re<io: ' ; .ved any _worthy fiction? non-fiction, rl'-ar.,?,. _;- or poetic writing it wn.ll be sent to Bor.tani .Books for the.' .r newest edition o.f ll;r\;_y Cc/.T._pue i-r r:.t.inga Mv\-. Maxwell also m_^rit:A " nGd"'lh3Jr: fcIi(7~'ne: i ?^papar is acquiring a :?.--;»' tyyorvi-oer. -. Now all that we need is av/.t!;;.3:r ' yp_^st- A uer-.ittse comprised of Ted Minor * Stan _Zdop, Jo!in _Bodnor_. and Olga Markus was _appointed by 1r» Maxwell to try to improve trto ...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

_IT_.iere ain't nothing wrong with ain't _Vvti _oy Wilfred Funk ( The American Weekly) I have a friend who came out of college and landed a job as a minor boss in a trucking company* Vhen his gang was loading . a van he would say, "Get those crates on the truck*" His men sulked themselves into a slowdown and finally refused to work for him at all. Then he took to saying, •"'Get them crates on the truck," and suddenly he was a respected foreman and a pal. If you ask me for a match and I say, "I ain't got none," I will have doublenegatived you into a complete understanding of my deplorable deficiency, but five will get you 10 that I won't be invited to your next cocktail party, and that you _-

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

Ain't nothing wron_% with ain't (cont«) says,, "I do not know not" (Je ne sais pas), and the modern Spaniard ? "I don't 3ee nobody" (No veo _nadie)_. And what's . wrong with cur own Tin Tan Alley lyricists, who defy Lowth_'s dictum with "I Ain'b Got Nobodyr" The 18th century speech dictators also iiw _anted the still-observed silly locution . '•?! is VI Again, the French - and most of ohe _1'Jnglish - speaking world - say "it LH me." No wonder Edward J. Gordon, Yale lectureij says, "Most grammar teaching has ii L tie relation to the Yray the English If-.guage really works, " and that Henry Sweety another scholar, observed, "Most grammar has neither usefulness or validity outside the classroom * " The verb "shall," says our textbook, applio? to future action, as I shall start on my trip tomorrow* The verb "will, " on the other hand is concerned with decision and determination, as I will start on _mj trip tomorrow* See the difference? _Yuii _donH? Then you can blame your d...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

THE FABLE OF MR * FUNK by Gene Tihansky Although Mr* Funk, author of the above mockery of correct grammar , makes his living by writing, it is not advisable to go along with every thing he has to say in his article. I agree with Mr0 Funk that,, in speaking, there are times wlv-m conversational grammar is preferred over formal grammar. However, vulgate (illiterate and slangy) grammar , such as i_' -.. '1 _llll _i _1 l- -I _ J. ¦ __ . _ . pr ¦?£ erredo Words , like clothing, must bo appropriate. A green bow tie does not go with a full dress suit, nor is a tuxedo appropriate on a golf course* Choose your grammatical forms according to the situation at hand. You 're not being a snob if you use correct grammar when you're speaking to the garbage collector, but you would be labeled as quite a bumpkin if you used "ain't" and double negatives when speaking to a college professor. I don't wish to disagree with tor. Funk's writing, but I certainly can't agree with him that volgate g...

Publication Title: Highacres Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Highacres Collegian — 28 February 1958

GOSSIP _INCORPORATED By Bee ~ and Jay Well, here we are <$ •-—- finally. It was pretty rough, but we made it. We've had. plenty of time to try and dig up _slander, so adjust your contact lenses and see the results_. First of all we want to wish our new major of R.O.I.C., Bob Parsons, a lot of luck with his herd of airmen. (Hef ll need itj) We realize that all the birdmen are sadly disappointed because they can wear their uniforms only once a week but that 's the breaks of the game. By now I guess you all know that this column is under new management. The reason for this is that due to difficulties beyond her control "Linda" decided to bug out to the Campus while the "bugging" was good. In other words, she was told to get out of _tcavn * The absence of some other people who "chickened" out and. vent to the _Camtms _, has also been noticed. (Especially by a certain fevrl ) 7" e hear by way of the granevine that a certain drummer around school -has been seen lately...

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