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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

Estimated Enrollment_* ' •:. ' ; _^_O9 39r40 1940-41 Total under- • graduate ..... 7,200 7,500 Total campus , *' undergraduate 6,500 6,700 Total freshman.. 1,425 1,575 Total freshmen on campus ... 1,320 1,470 Mont Alto (freshmen) ... 105 105 Freshman women 320 345 ?Prepared by Registrar William S. Hoffman. Does not include undergraduate centers in freshman figures. THE DAILY COLLEGIAN Local $2.50 ONE YEAR Mailed $3.25 Please enter my subscription for The Daily Collegian NAME ADDRESS CHECK FOR ($2.50)—($3.25) ENCLOSED Special Combination Offer $5.50. (See story above) Record Freshman Class Enrollment Buildings Open, Lack Equipment Classes in the Water Tower and classes in the sheep barn—these became a thing of the past with the recent announcement that the 11 new buildings erected under a $5,000,000 General State Authority program will be ready for occupancy at the start of the first semester on September 18. Equipping of the structures however, is only 45 per c...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

ALL COLLEGE SUPPLIES FOR TRADE AT KEEL *& t- -.V3. 1ii - ¦ %, CATTIAlflWTHEATm LAUNDRY CASES AH fiber- reinforced corners, sturdily built for repeated mailing. SELL US YOUR OLD TEXTS Highest prices for Cash or Credit. BOOKS of all publishers_, largest and most The se- LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS Special prices on all PARENTS You Will Find THE CORNER ROOM Penn State's Best Known Restaurant An Excellent Place to Eal When You Visit Stale College The Hotel State College Otters You An Attractive Place io Spend the _Wgh _tr v=- ** DISECTING INSTRUMENTS For Zoology and Botany. FOUNTAIN PENS $1.00 and up Agents for pens of all well known manufacturers. RENTAL LIBRARY The latest books you Want to read when you w a n t to read Low rental rates them no deposit WEBSTER'S COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY The required diction ary for college English courses. ART MATERIALS A complete selection for the master or beginner in all medi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

WE INVITE ALL 44'ers TO 'COME IN' AND 'GET ACQUAINTED' WITH NEWEST BY THESE FAMOUS MAKERS US AND SEE THE HtAitan vrsheim_™ THE »* ?}** _r _&_rteJU. _' _jUf _* iHPOlrlD_. _ _ * _V_»\ ¦ . ' v vri jb _ ** _^fV_^ri_^ ramm's Wm Qjcelett/ (^Jtana Mothes - tfOIfcEAST- . •\ _»M'__X _tk. ¦'»_. ...» _ «X non-cnusB I j ¦ -rffv* - _lUi If: f * _^_W3W_._f _.»» ;,, i it , _atMavU i OI»fO»Mtl_ » '. t J i 111 tM " r^__ffr»»3 _ *' t \i,._ _£ «. S i # Si! » _Jt _- Jl * ft « _S * * S ! B «iC fe h * - _ ,'. * s; f a viM -rsxes-'_^- _es. a - Welcome Freshmen! WHERE STYLISH AND STURDY SHOES GO HAND IN HAND FOR YOUR COLLEGE NEEDS AT _BOTTGRF BROS. SHOE STORE YOUNG HtSN ... PREFER OUR SHOES For Style Setters. Priced very Moderately $3.95 to $7.50 MI-JJ i(|-El) ... PREFERS OUR SHOES FOR CAMPUS AND DRESS WEAR. PRICED $2.95 to $5.00 THEY ARE SURELY THE LAST THING IN STYLE We Carry a Complete Line of Gym Shoes, Bedroom Slippers and R. O. T...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

ew ee iner "Largest Diner in the World" BETWEEN THE MOVIES Always Open Russell W. Adamilx, Prop i * 3. •. .' ,; ' • < _s js ? M- V' ! 1 :_•.-: i . i : i : _i t • t . . . i , : » .»._JT ; _s w - • 'I _>. * _« ¦* _^ _^ _» a , . I . ,.;.,. _^- ....,.. . . - .. J j . I .. ¦ . •_: ¦ i. 3. t t J . , . _i* ftniuMuiMHHninim _iii . .nj{urii * *!**« s * _ •«* _slf _t *« te$ta-«.r.3._ss;? i.s »**«** ae-e s.« _9„ s**ii e • » .1 .j. -.:.--. »¦¦:• •• _t_; HOTEL BEAUTY SALON Over the Corner Room Hotel State College -4YM Dial 2286 Room 207 LOOK FOR The College Book Store 129 W. Beaver Ave Dean Ray to Speak £t 1_^ \ It Dean of Women Charlotte E. Ray will speak to all freshman women in Room 105 -White Hall at 8 a. m. Monday, September 16, but all other WSGA meetings scheduled in the Freshman Week calendar are cancelled. All freshman women will be required to fill out their personnel cards in the WSGA office in White Hall sometime du...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

_Jfcee25ijAR CASHMERE BOUQUET COLD CREAM FOR CLEANSING . WHEN YOU BUY 251 501 VALUE 254 Pocket Comb and File In Leather Case 10c Medlord Razor Blades Double Edge Pack of 25 23c THE WORLD'S FINEST STUDENT'S ELECTRIC LAMP _««_£ ____ MAGNIFYING MIRROR TOILETRIES Complete Slocks—Featuring Such Famous 98c With Nickle plated frame • DOROTHY GRAY • LUCIEN LELONG • HOUBIGANT • LENTHERIC • MAX FACTOR • AND MANY OTHERS Ideal for study. Mellow light is d i r ected down ward from reflector that is below eye level. 19c PENN STATE'S POPULAR EATING PLACE REA & DERICK'S CASHMERE BOUQUET. FOUNTAIN-GRILLE COLGATE 3l_ Good wholesome foods at moderate prices . . . amid a college atmosphere that is Penn State's. „T °OTM TOOTH POWDER HAND LOTION MEAL TICKETS 20< S IZE 20< SIZE V economical way to your food budget! r SSI li_.l_ for a $3.30 Ticket F?JR1 WHEN YOU BUY GI ANT SIZE AT REGULAR 3Si PRICE ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

GAREY BEAUTE SALON In Glennland Bldg i ,_i Dial 207 Welcome Class of'44 We Hope You Will Enjoy Our Town and Campus We Know You WHJ Enjoy Our Quality Meats BUY AT THE _tsso Roy Myers Lewis Taynton CENTRAL ESSO SERVICE STATION 212 S. Atherton St. Free Information Ifs Easy To Be Attractive! GIRLS Of 1944 College life demands that co-eds keep that wellgroorried appearance and have " a neatness about them that tends to create popularity. _ Facials Zotos Permanenfs Scalp Treatments Marcels and Finger Waving LOUISE A. LAMBERT BEAUTICIAN Above Athletic Store Dial 2042 Fraternity Booklet Mailed to Freshmen The 47 men's fraternities are "telling their story" to prospective new members in the incoming freshman class by mailing them copies of a new 16-page booklet: L. Eleanor Benfer '41 will serve as chairman of the WSGA Judicial Committee. Through this body women students in a large measure keep their own discipline. (See column one.) WRA Pr...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

SERVICE _™* "_^ STATION SUNOCO GAS OIL A to Z Lubrication, Washing and Tire Repairing Service LOOK FOR The College Book Store 129 W. Beaver Ave SNAGK A MID-STUDY "Is A Penn State Tradition" courteous, and prompt service ot And it is the quiet our carriers which make it a lasting tradition You Freshmen can look forward to our fatigue reiiev ing visit with.. MOSER'S ICE CREAM _SANDWICHES CANDIES CAKES " A NEW TASTE _SENSATI0K " HENRICK 'S SANDWICH SERVICE —We handle a full line of Dairy Products For Fraternity Kitchens. Caterers, Attention K r- ¦¦ : ? : M J Linens Blankets Welcome, Freshmen! 9 DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Lingerie Hosiery Advice About Advice From Women's Editor By VERA L. KEMP Women's Editor ONCE AGAIN a group of freshmen enters Penn State and the oldsters unite to welcome and advise them. It's good to see youi enthusiasm. Keep it.' First, some advice about advice You'll get warning pharses flung from all...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

Typewriters For Sale and For Rent All Makes Repaired BADMINTON PING PONG ARCHERY HEW BALLS U. S. Tiger U. S. Knobby U. S. Fairway U. S. Royal Dunlop 2 Tennis Rackets $2 Repaired and Restrung 00 to $9.00 2 to 24 Hour Service PARCEL POST LAUNDRY CASES Real Hard Fibre - - - - $1.90 to $4 50 Canvas - Imitation Fibre $1 35 and $1.65 - - $1.10 Laundry Bags Trunks, Suit Cases Hand Bags Bill Folds Fillers Subject - - 10c to 25c 10c. 20c and 25c Indexes A Compk te Line of _Amateui AGENTS FOR EASTMAN - AGFA - AND ARGUS CAMERAS MECHANICAL DRA Keuffel and Esser_, Log Log and Log Log I FREE-YOUR NAME PRINTED ON ALL LEATHER E LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK. With Penn State Seal All Siizes and Prices Leather, Imitation, Leather Canvas WAHL AND ESTERBROOK FOI Qu.nl. Scripto Pencils PARKER FOUNTAII and PENCIL The Choice of Students E $1.25 to $19 PENN STATE and FRATERNITY STATIONERY 29c fo $1.00 Penn State OFFICIAL GYM UNIFORM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

_Bicyles For Sale and For Rent 25c per hour VYestclox and Ingersoll Watches $1.25 to $7.50 Special!—500 Sheets Good Typewriter Paper 59c Other Papers, 100 Sheets 25c 500 Sheets, Yellow Paper - - 39c kV BALLS 25c 35c; 3 for $1.00 50c 75c 75c 25c, 35c, 50c, OFFICE SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS PENCIL SHARPENERS WESTCLOX ALARM CLOCKS $1.25fo $4.50 Big Ben Little Ben PLAYING CARDS, 25c and up Cameras, Magazines, Films Complete Line of SMOKERS' SUPPLIES Racks—Humidors Pipe - 2c fo $5Ji Ash Trays Oases and Holders Popes Pouches Cigarette teur Photographic Supplies _MERAS - FILMS - DEVELOPING SUPPLIES AND PAPERS _SAWING SUPPLIES Decilrig Slide Rules wilh Leather Cases g Log [HER BOOKS, NOTE BOOKS AND SLIDE RULES EDISON MAZDA LAMP BULBS EXTENSION CORDS SOCKETS TAPE WOK FOUNTAIN PENS $1.00 Scrip 10c, 15c 25c m a. STUDENT DESK LAMPS 98c aid $1 Other Lamps up to $7.50 BOOK RACKS—$1.89 YD Goose Neck FOUNTAIN id PENCILS PENS _...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

CLASS OF 1944! Here's the answer to that problem of finding a _cl e a n comfortable room at a reasonable rate. —ITS— The COLONIAL Running1 Water ¦ i in Every Room 123 W. Kit-Ay- Dial 4850 " _¦ "*. v»^ r- _-", • »fs , _^ _____K_j_f ci;; -i^_a|jfii_ «____BWl™is * _5 iH _s Senior Board Which Will Manage Daily Collegian J>^_- ';: >:- _^ ' t^^»_J The group of seniors shown above will serve as the managing board of the new Daily Collegian of which this is the first issue. They are: First row, left to right: Lawrence S. Driever, business manager; William E. Fowler, news editor; Arita L. Hefleran, women's managing editor; Edgar V; Hall, assistant sports editor (not returning); Bayard Bloom, assistant managing editor. Second row: Adam A. Smyser, editor; Edythe B. Rickel, women's promotion manager; Robert Robinson, circulation manager; Robert H. Lane, managing editor; Laslie A. Lewis, senior secretary. Third row: Ruth Goldstein, senior secretary; John H. ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

'he _, *; College Book Store 129 W. Beaver Ave Alumni Secretary EDWARD K. HIBSHMAN Letter from The Alumni Secretary Tells Of College Association Alumni (Hubs County -, Allegheny—E. M. Aiken '21, 2900 Koppers Bldg.., Pittsburgh. McKees Rocks—N. V. Musmanno '36, 1321 Island Ave., McKees Rocks. Beaver—Glen P. Davis '35, 171 W. Washington St., Rochester Berks—J. P. Schwenk '35, 19 Woodland Rd., Wyomissing Blahv-Robert L. Smith '38, 3408 Baker Blvd., Altoona Bradford-Sullivan—Wm, H. Ransom, Jr. '32, 15 Huston St., Towanda Butler—Mrs. A. T. Glutton '28, (Pres.) 315 S. Main St., Slippery Rock Cambria-Somerset—Helen M. Nokes '37, 1137 Confer Ave., Johnstown Chester—W. C. Batly '31, 127 N. High St., West' Chester Clearfield—W.' O. Mitchell '24, Agri. Ext. Ass'n, Clearfield Columbia-Montour—P. G. NiesLey '18, Court House, Bloomsburg Dauphin—James W. Runk '28, 3625 Brisbah St., Paxtang, Harrisburg Elk—Dean Kohlhepp '37, 213 Ash St., Ridgway Erie—J. H. Kirk '30, 715 Cranb...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

STATE COLLEGE AND WILLIAMSPORT Lv. State College 8:00 A. M. 2:05 P. M. 7:00 P. M Ar. Bellefonte. 8:30 A. M. 2:35 P. M. 7:30 P. M tr. Lock Haven 9:30 A.M. 3:45 P.M. 8:30 P.M r. Williamsport 10:30 A. M. 4:45 P. M. 9:35 P. M Lv. Williamsport 8:30 A. M. 3:00 P. M. 7:00 P.M Ar. Lock Haven 9:40 A.M. 4:05 P.M. 8:05 P.M Ar. Bellefonte 10:40 A. M. 5:10 P. M. 3:15 P. M Ar. State College 11:10 A.M. 5:40 P.M. 9:45 P. M WELCOME. STUDENTS AND PARENTS Hotel Brockerkoff "On the Diamond" BELLEFONTE. PENNA © New Modern Rooms • Dining Room Service Air Conditioned Cocktail Lounge Second Floor Always Make If—THE RDnflKDIMH ' «. ._ A jrll !¦_£ M I ft'/I "41.1 Washing Gulf Cards Honored Eckert's Gulf Station One Stop Service 115 S. Burrowes St Goodrich Exide Tires Batteries WELCOME FROSH All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy" EIGHT TABLES SIDNEY'S RECREATION PARLOR 2nd FLOOR OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Welcome, Frosh of '44 _________ _ Student Table and Floo...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

THE COLLEGE BOOT SHOP Formerly S. P. S. Shoe Store 135 S. Allen St. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT WELCOME '44 A Good Place fo Shop For Fresh Fruits and Vegetables —IS— McKEE'S MARKET "If It Grows We Have If . 131 West Beaver Avenue. For the Women Selby Sfykez Fine Shoes For the Men—Taylor-Made Shoes For All Occasions CUSS OF r 44! Make the College Boot Shop Your Headquarters for Footwear in State College THE MUSIC ROOM WELCOMES YOU "COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED" Largest Dance and Classical Record Stock In Central Pennsylvania Radio Service and Music Supplies GLENNLAND BUILDING DIAL 2311 WELCOME, CLASS OF '44 • STORAGE • LUBRICATION • REPAIRING lie McAllister st. ECKLEY GARAGE DIAL 833 Institute Secretary ¦ 'iN _w College Registrar Registrar William S. Hoffman has had the job of selecting 1,575 members of the class of 1944 from almost twice that many applicants. He reports that the class is scholastically as well prepared as any ever enter...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

The Nittany Lion fnn On the Campus We invite the parents of the new freshmen facilities. We welcome lo make use of our the opportunity to be of service to them Welcome '44 State College Creamery ICECREAM CHOCOLATE MILK AND ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS • •*•<' • i ¦ > t i I _< S. ¦» " ' ; " t\ I CLASS OF '44 Cleaning, Pressing, and Tailoring at Really Reasonable Rates Res 3 for 25c Hals 51 Suits and Dresses 50c Prompt Service—All Work Don*~In State College SIATE COLLEGE DRY CLEANING WORKS 113 S. Pugh St., Plant. W. College Ave., Dial 2331 "The Yanks Are Not Coming" was the theme of Hunter College's peace strike. Texas Technological College at Lubbock is organizing a polo team. General Revision In Engineering Curricula Announced By Hammond Changes Broaden Engineering's Dean NYA Applications Threaten Record Quitters Sorry -But Too Late Thanksgiving Moved " Back To November 28 Scope Of _COWSC Boys who quit school before they sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

Hair Disappearing! \ ' ' /_y Dandruff May Be the Cause Barbering That Improves Your Appearance Cnssman Barber Shoo 109 S. PUGH ST. J.f _fl Welcome Class of 1944 You will find here the facilities, the resources, and the co-operation that you need if you are to make the most of your opportunity. We shall be very glad to wel a new depositor—or to con our best attention to your in come you as tinue to give are already terests if you with us The First National Bank OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corpo) atwn > VI J r Lutheran Students! insure Yourself and Family _Cn Your Own Organization LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD Legal Reserve Life Insurance and Annuities for Lutherans 1 J. M. _IWSIY 250 S. Burrowes DIAL 4374 Extensive Improvements Are Made in Borough During Summer Months New Water Source Freshman Coeds Face Round of Parties Besides the activities listed i:: Freshman Week schedules...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

T ACe_^ ____. i ¦ ¦i_^ i h)"_-'-riiyi.- :>. i._a.K»_. _jgi^»?_lj __.Z___._ i. -fli-flu _U_.hIu. 1.1: !t_!U_£ffli ol 1944! Get Off to Ihe Right Start! to State _« Stop Welcome Class On the way At • The All Corner ol Atherton and Beaver On Route 322 Always Open 'Boots' Ripka, Mgr town. An import is something from back home to which you attach import. ROTC uniforms are obtained in the basement of the Mac Hall girls' dormitory. Student Gov Enviable Mark Set By Original Group • A new era in student democracy dawned on the campus last year when the Pennsylvania State College Student Government Association, at " the close of its first year, was widely acclaimed as "the best in the country." This year, under the leadership of Arnold C. Laich '41, All-College President, the combined men's and women's organization will seek to add to the many accomplishments of the original All-College Cabinet. These accomplishments include ihe debate fee split by which the Glee ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

T J Dial 3461 DRY CLEANERS AND TAILORS Been Our Pleasure to Clean the Wardrobes of the More Particular Students at Penn State It Has Always Our Modern Dry Cleaning Plant i i 309 iWi Beaver Avej Office and Tailor Shop I i-i. Under Corner Room /?\.. . *. •'¦•'- } •' •* ' _* ¦ ¦;' t: . _,r< ¦ -' JOHN GLATZ, Mgr :. . . WARNER BROTHERS State And Theatres Cathaum, Nittany Extend Congratulations and a Welcome to the CLASS OF 1944 If you follow the traditions of the thousands of Penn State students ahead of you many of your pleasantest hours and choicest memories will be associated with these popular courses: Cathaum 1:30; 3:00; 6:30, 8:30; State 1;30; 3:00; 6:30; 8:30; and Nittany 6:30 and 8:30! Here is the rendezvous of good fellowship, where all the gang gets together, body else! and everybody meets every Production from All the • Every Outstanding Major Producers. • Pennsylvania and World Premieres are fre quent in State College. You see al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

"—^ AUTHORIZED fRKHMAM DINKS APPAREL INTERWOVEN SOCKS ARROW SHIRTS SOCKS TIES STETSON HATS AUTHENTIC UNIVERSITY STYLES ii i' 14_^' _SWh _Alfen; Street NETTIET_0H SHOES * _. J S I t I I t t < --»« * « 4 ««¦- «#«'• *f w ' - V- V * i»«.-.. -_<«,^«»»»-»» »¦•-».•»» •.''. «_€». •«* _tj ." • « ?»*«' ' * ¦ ' » * ¦£•' ' • _» w •. v Yii_ » irom rost vince i magonauy Across, Stationery Novelties Rental Library You'll Enjoy Trading At THE Corner Book Shop MORRIS, PROP Ave. and Pugh St Corner College DRAWING INSTRUMENTS STUDENT SUPPLIES ROYAL TYPEWRITERS HILANDSHOP Dry Cleaners Launderers and WELCOMES THE CUSS —of 44 The Best Place In Town To Have Your Cleaning and Pressing Done 220% S; Allen St Dial 3171 WHEN YOU COME TO COLLEGE THIS FALL __t_* _^ "cbugj _cu »_*advantage f " I ¦ I I I I Bushing bidet Snows Swing Upward the number of freshmen rushing season turned upprevious .years.'.. ..- ; Statistics fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

Class of 1944 NEXT TO POST OFFICE Welcomes You With The Newest and Smartest N RECOGNIZED CAMPUS WEAR CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING BATH _^ No\h\*\q like mis _af _^ COLONIAL ./**»¦«* 1MW.NITTANVAVF. StatesFinestCiubJiesidanc •*^^ _* S* __ «%«_# , p-^__asE_2Rr/ #:** _ Free Parking Space THE NITTANY NEWSSTAND 110 West College Ave. c Tobacco Cigars Cigarettes Smokers' Supplies Magazines Periodicals Confectionery _ -_*-*»» _<^t»«— ¦«•¥--* _ l iuuisi _ _m-»v _una. - Daily and Sunday MEW YORK HERALD_^tRIBUNE Daily and Sunday MEW YORK MIRROR Daily and Sunday NEW YORK NEWS Daily and Sunday THE PITTSBURGH PRESS Daily and Sunday PITTSBURGH - POST-GAZETTE Morning PITTSBURGH SUN-TELEGRAPH Daily and Sunday BALTIMORE SUN Sunday Only " WILLIAMSPORT GRIT " Sunday Only PHILADELPHIA - - BULLETIN Evening PHILADELPHIA RECORD Daily and Sunday PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Morning'and Sunday PUBLIC LEDGER .Evening ALTOONA MIRROR Evening HARRISBURG TEL...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 September 1940

FINE FOODS AT POPULAR PRICES RESTAURANT CAMPUS - \ "AIREA_^Y A CAMPUS TRADITION" a. j i ¦_$ » » .- a .4 4-"<tB *¦»• HI. FROSH! If You're Wondering How You Arrive At State From lewistown— Aulo Bus Company The Boalsburg Meets West Bound Trains at Lewistown P.R.R. At the Following Hours... 12:30 P.M., 6:22 P.M.—Daily Rapid, Safe, and Punctual Service In Our Packard Limousines Men of 1944.. TRY A GOOD MEAL AT THE RIGHT PRICE $5.50 for $5.00 Meal Tickets - - "For a Quick Snack" HARVEY'S LUNCH Fountain Service 111 Pugh Street Class of'44, Welcome Ford, Mercury and Lincoln Zephyr Dealer D. KING MOTOR COMPANY 234 E. College Ave Phone 3472 "Mix with the Athletes and Coaches" • Newspapers • Candy • Tobaccos • Magazines • Pipes At Penn State GRAHAM'S IS A TRADITION Clark Motor Co PackardSales & Service Storage General Repairing Gas, Oil, Accessories Goodyear Tires ESSO PRODUCTS 120 S. Pugh SI. Dial 2731 GRAH...

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