Hazleton collegian. (Hazleton, PA) 1937-1956, November 07, 1952, Image 1

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    XIT No.
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Clouds of smoLe caused by forest fires throughout the nation
laY heavily over this region during the past week, At tines the
valley was obscured from view. Because of the tinder-dry wooded
area surrounding the Center, if butts and matches are not placed
in the fireproof containers provided, there will be no Highacres
someday--only smoke and a heap of stones,
"A good time was had by all" is being heard all overthe cam
pus this week. That statement refers to the all-college Hallo Ween
Party held last Friday evening. Refreshments were in tune with
the season, and dancing and games were enjoyed by all. The
special treat of the evening was the ap - nearance of a "mystery
lady" who later turned out 'to be none other than Tony. Nash. Tonyls
costume kept both students and faculty guessing all evening. When
the last song was played by the orchestra, the out-standing comment
was, "I can't wait until the next party. How aboUt you?"
The article in last week's edition concerning the three
German students contained a slight error.
The students were not from Bonor as stated, The full names
of our visitorsare--Mes3rs, Bonor Reudenbach, Dussoldorf:sativaGes and
Hans Schraeimeyer,
Met a Martian?
)( Pulled a three in the. Chem test?
Lost money on the - election?
Received draft notice?
Solved the parking situation?
Any new ideas to improve Highacres?
Let us know.-IT'S NEWS;
The ping-pong table which has just been constructed seems to
be the main topic of conversation this week. It provideB something
to do other than study during the sandwich hours. This is a
definite step toward improving our game room. Appearance of the
ping-pong table has - revealed several ilpros" among the student
body. This game is .quickly establishing its position in our busy
students' day.
LOTTEI TO Tn.r. EDITOR (A, composite letter ns dictated to and arran:ed tJ, report..
er John lsoda)
The Student Council 'dishes to re Ay to the letter froa the :ilitary Dail
Committee. In the first place, Septenber 27, 1952, ',then :Ir. Coll claims to
have made contact vith various members of the Student Council is a Saturday.
As five neabors of the Student Council live in the dormitories, each had
',.;one home and had not been contacted. The remainin; four, rho live in the
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