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9 STIANIZIn HZ HAVE NEW OWNER SOON; PUCE TAKEN BY SUPERDREADNOUGHT
Shocking news hit Highacres this week. Miss Emma Phillips, instructor in French,
Spanish, and English, is sellingnStanleym, as her venerable Dodge 8 is affection—
ately known to students. "Stanley" has become a close friend to the students
because of his help each morning in coming up the hill, Students say that liStanleyn
is a good guy, and they warnfuture owners to do their part by him, and they are
sure that he will do his. Miss Phillips is now navigating a superdroadnought Buick.
4. late report has it that uStanieytepurchase is being contemplated by Nick "Kenton"
Kramer and Ray "Style Seid. They understand "Stanley's" heritage and regard him with
VAN BITSKIRK SUCCEEDS RONDISH luS PRESIDMIT OF THETA. SIGMA. PHI
Miss Jacquelynn Van Buskirk has been elected president of Theta Sigma Phi to succeed
Miss Irene Rondish, who is now on Penn Stategs main campus. Miss Loretta Romanofsky
was elected vice president and Miss Candida Ramaviglia secretary . . Dues are still
being paid to !ties Matilda Goyda. The new officers are reported to be very capable
and much interested in the progress of the organization.
RAY SEID NEW MU DELTA SIGMA PRESIDENT
George R. (Ray) Seid has been elected by the men of Mu Delta Sigma. to replace
Joseph Punturo, who is now on main campus. Ray is a fourth semester commerce and
TROPIC COMITTEE EFFICIENT; COUNCIL HINTS 14.1' MORE social, FUNCTIONS
The Highacres Traffic Committee, composed of Student Council and faculty members
is quite efficient according to recent tabulations of their activities. The
committee reports that students may "get 'wise that it doesn't pay the individual
to park illegaly, That it does pay Council funds is indicated by the report that
during the past week $lB in fines has been collected. Council says, "Keep it up and
we'll soon have enough in the traffic fine fund for more social functions.?!
DRE4H MOVDia NIGHT; CENTER PI4IS INDLATGON GAP 7:30
Hazleton Center basketeers take the floor at 7:30 Monday night against Indiantown
Gap soldiers at the new 3,500 seat St. Josephs gymnasium. Coach Hal Wausat says our
team will be well rested, but hi is somewhat anxious that the men may have cooled off
too much. Only two practices have been possible this week.
Students may get their 350 tickets at the main office. These purchase a good look
at all the star high school seniors in the area in their dream game.
NEW CAFETERI4 SCHEDULE CONTINUOUS 8 to 3
Latest cafeteria schedule posted indicates that there will be continuous service
from 8 to 3 every day, No evening meals are being served.
ORCHIDS TO COO=
Congratulations seem to be in order for the Student Council for its sponsorship of
this new experiment in publishing a college newspaper that gets the news out to its
public while it is news. Our public seemed to be pleased with the first issue,
Zmnouncements and news items that you wou would like to have published should be
left in the Student Council office by Wednesday each week, to hit the Friday
publication date. Reporters and columnists can be accommodated on the staff. •
Weekly Newsletter Edition
Highadres, Hazleton, Ponnsylvania
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