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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1949

Skate for Health Every Tue.-Wed.Fri. evening and Sunday afternoon and evening. CALL 6384 or 3991 For Party Reservations Yi Mile West on Bellefonte Road—at the Evergreens Coliseum Roller Rink wi AM OPW* Weekdays NOON until HMO PM Saturdays NOON until 11 AM, Sundays NOON uniN 7 Ml. PETE'S PLACE _CINTRI HAU GAREY BEAUTE SALON Each Customer Receives Individual Attention by an Artistic Operator Glennland Bids. Phone 2071 There's Something NEW of PETFS PLACE Yes, indeed, enjoyment we for your dlnnwj now offer you an OUT DOOR DINING PAVILION Dine in delightful, cool surroundings overlooking beautiful Penn's Valley—with a 80 mile view of placid country-side. You'll forget the heat and rush of evon_/day life as you leisurely enjoy one of our famous dinners. Come up tonight for our speoiattue- Boneless SIRLOIN Steak 'HAMStoak Boneless PORK CHOPS CLOSE OUT Arrow Shirts (Colored) *3.65 $2.49 $4.50 $2.95 Just received new shipment Famous Puritan Sport ...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1949

CANDY CIGARS _< _i V_\A\U_\tA A SOFT DRINKS CIGARETTES ICE CREAM tat est baseball scores every half inningl WATCH TROUBLE ? Prompt Repairs Reasonable Rates B. J. GIRTON COLLEGE SPORTSWEAR 103 E. Beaver Keep Cool and Comfortable dffi You can feel at ease at all occasions. No objectionable odor from cheap cleaning fluid when you send your garments to us "Ask your cleaner to show you how he cleans your clothes' Plant Rear 311 West Beaver Ave. Delivery Service Died 3461 CHICKEN CHOW MEIN is the Thursday Night Special at The Tavern We are happy to announce that we have been appointed exclusive representatives for _fa?_trtvi f jatwn CANDIES in this area Take Home Your Box Tortav! McLAMHAN'S 28 Killed in Western Plane Crash As Day's Air Deaths Total 73 LOS ANGELES — A second air tragedy yesterday took the lives of at least 28 persons when a cut-rate transcontinental plane crashed in the mountains 25 miles west of Los Angel...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1949

Now You Can Get Your Breyer_'s Ice Cream in 10 Delicious Flavors. Hand Dipped Morrel Open Every Evening S College Ave. & Pugh St ¦ m . _Zm / 6?_# He's happy to have made this famous Breyers so fine, so delicious Ice that it set the Nation's standard Cream available for you and that you are now for quality. If, by chance, you haven't yet tasted enjoying it regularly. He's happy that you found Breyers, one serving will show you why millions, every Breyers to be everything he promised .. an ice cream day, pass other ice cream stores to buy it. MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY "GOLDEN BOY by Clifford Odets CLOSES SATURDAY "SQUARING THE CIRCLE _br Valentin Kataea OPENS MONDAY, JULY 18TH A Few Seels Stn Available foe This Weekend TOWN & NINE Hamilton & Allen Curtain si 8 p.m. Shara Reservations now accepted at the BOOK & RECORD Shop on Beaver Avenue, or Box Office, phone 7102. IT S C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1949

VIC'S MILKY WAY 145 S. ALLEN ST THICK SHAKES ICE CREAM BAR SANDWICHES Ccswiasi _iHfc _Lnatrr_* _Miat TummCm THIS WEEK Woodring's Floral Gardens Beautiful Lavender ORCHIDS F.HW3 «... V _^Hfly/ Phone 2045 99c ^^fKr/ 117 E. Beaver Ava IS! ROSALIND RUSSELL "MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA" BEGINS FRIDAY BOB HOPE LUCILLE BALL "SORROWFUL JONES'* _^taie PAULETTE GODDARD "BRIDE OF VENGEANCE" PLAYING FRIDAY "LOST HORIZON" BEGINS SATURDAY — Virginia Mayo "GIRL FROM JONES BEACH" Ilittanu FUZZY KNIGHT "ADVENTURE OF GALLANT BESS" At Your Warner Theater NOW! German Professor Subject Of Newspaper Article Dr. Albert F. _Buffinaton. professor ol German at !.he _Collegi is the subject ol an article which Pennsylvania Dutchman, weekly vania Dutch culture. Since October. 1946. the arti presented more than 130 15-mir over WKOK. Sunbury, as "der Nixnutz," the English equivalent of which is "good-for-nothing." Delivered entirely in the Pennsylvania Dutch dialect, the program is de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

Graduating Seniors Seniors graduating at the close of the Main Summer Session should order the r academic costumes for the commencement exercises at the Athletic Store, East College avenue, prior to Friday. Noted Lecturer To Deliver Two Addresses Dr. Vernon Nash, noted author, lecturer, Rhodes Scholar, and national vice-president of the United World Federalists, will return to the College to present two addresses tomorrow . The public is invited to attend both lectures. There will be no admission charge. Dr. Nash's visit here is sponsored by the State College Chapter, United World Federalists, in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Workshop Summer Sessions program at the College. He visited the College campus during a lecture tour in 1941. ' First lecture will be presented as a feature of the Pennsylvania Workshop program in 3, Carnegie tomorrow at 11 a. m., while the second address, entitled "The World Must Be Governed," will be given in Schwab at 8:45 p. m. Sponsors of D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

Blue books down? got you Here's a Pickup CALL CENTRE BEVERAGE CO. 2462 SOFT DRINKS CANADA DRY Coil Boxes Available 1/_MMCDfATE OfLfVERT ALL MORNING Ctm_*i _fneh Fruit Juices and rNMl< _RCIOTWi AMI _OuKf AVSflftwM ihmmM. foods _cheerfaMy serrwi am _morMnff ^*ftM mmmmm Cef__MV He'_^_wi w_^wi_» onvienent of fee ORNER _UNUSBM SEE PENH'S CAVE America's Only _GcnrecM . AM-Watet I Mile PiidTjroewe A BMn RM6 _w ¦ e _^_MHoe _^o_^p_^_aaw_^_r _oe v^^^w^^v 5 Mil— lot of _€¦¦¦!¦¦¦ Ho* On _RoMrto 99 Dcril f Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M _./#C£ GOOD MUSIC? THE MUSIC ROOM •RECOftDS •RADIOS #H _^ tltl|rMir l nlrl_i SHeCT JlnfSVC _uwnnrana mag. # FRAMING DIAL 2311 • RADIO SERVICE AIR CONDITIONED RESTAURANT COOKS Comfortably Cool GOOD FOOD AT ITS BES Breakfast. Lunch, Dinner T "•or fast a snack COUEG.AN GAZETTE Wednesday. July 20 LBCTWRE: "Eastern Europe and the West," by J. Paul _Selsam, head of the department...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

LAST DAY FOR ORDERS FOR CAPS and GOWNS JULY 26th for Masters - Doctors and Bachelor Degrees THE ATHLETIC STORE INC Opposite Main Gate Special Message to Summer Teacher. DONT MISS IT s_*_Ks_§i_^_r> r^^^SISfa -- _£_-_*=J<"_^ £1 V________ __ ¦ l _^iiT_^_fiir1 _lll a-P-l-r___ tCs- * __ __ - —^_gs_^a« | __y__eJ J _^J __._ .-_^ __>,_, ;__+_a/ -**_5?_5*-t_____-5 -«** THE EUTAW HOUSE historic Inn at Potters Mills is sum making history serving line food. * STEAKS .... cut as ordered arty size * SEAFOOD .. . fresh from the ocean _* DINNERS ... a variety SERVING SUNDAY, 12:30 to 7 P.M. Refreshments and Beverages Served Reservations Encouraged and Appreciated. For reservations Dial Centre Hall 48-R-3 IF YOUR ORGANIZATION OR GROUP IS PLANNING A BANQUET . . . be sure to make reservations to have it at the Eutaw House. We have several dining rooms to accommodate large and small groups. Located at the Intersection of Routes 322 and 53 P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

Daily 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday 8 a.m. • 9:30 p.m. Phone Rear 454 E. College Phone 2956 Opposite Trailer Camp 2956 WE ARE OPEN Weekdays NOON until 10:30 P.M. Saturdays NOON until 12 A. M. SUNDAYS NOON imtH 7 P. M. PETE'S PLACE CENTRE HALL MARSHALL'S SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY DO YOUR LAUNDRY Washing and Drying Service at Low Cost _____V7'M o m 9 lb. bad Washed and Dried 60c A PENN STATE TRADITION for over 30 years NOW THERE'S SOMETHING NEW AT PETES PLACE Yes, indeed, for your dining enjoyment we now offer you an OUTDOOR DINING PAVILION Dine in delightful, cool .surroundings, overlooking _Jjeautiful Penn's Valley—with a 50 mile view of placid countryside. You'll forget the heat and rush of everyday life as you leisurely enjoy one of our famous dinners. Come up tonigJit for our specialties • BONELESS SIRLOIN STEAK * HAM STEAK • BONELESS PORK CHOPS * FRESH SEAFOOD RENT A BIKE 401 E. College Avenue PHONE 4206 HOURS 1 TO 9 DAILY OTHER HOUR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

VISIT DUFFY'S GARDEN TERRACE fti _8 __ r_£ have your favorite beverages and sandwiches served underneath the stars. JsSi_ - __y DINNERS: Weekdays 5 to 8:30 P.M. Sundays 12:15 to 8 P.M. Gardens Open 5 P.M. to Midnight DUFFY'S TAVERN IN BOALSBURG TURN RIGHT AT THE TEXACO STATION TENNIS VOLLEYB BASEBALL GOLF ALL 24-HOUR TENNIS RACQUET _RCSTMNGMM SPORTSWEAR * T-SHIRTS * SOCKS Shop BATHING TRUNKS 'SPORT SHIRTS At Metzgers 111-115 ALLEN ST A Common Expression in Town and on Campus You Can Get It At METZGERS SPORTING GOODS Softball Standings LEAGUE A W L Pet. Rockets 2 0 1.000 Newman Club 2 0 1.000 Intellectuals 2 0 1.000 Windjammers t 1 .500 Reds 1 2 .333 Nittany Co-op 0 1 .000 Winners 0 1 .000 Old Men 0 3 .000 LEAGUE B W L Pet. Red Valley 2 0 1.000 Yahoos 2 0 1.000 Pi Kappa Alpha 1 0 1.000 TrianKle I 1 .MO Phi Kappa Si_. mu 0 1 .000 BiK Ten 0 1 .000 Delta Upsilon u 1 .000 Lambda Chi Alpha 0 1 .000 LEAGUE C W I. Prt. Zeta Beta Tau 2 0 1.000 Sig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

VISIT ... _? vcnirpu Restaurant Corner Pugh & E. College Ave. NURCURY SPECIAL —• SAFETY CHECK UP fcn. _wafta nil it mm fa -Mil S-kb-cfcaciad. at $D NOB-. TMUME FM TW, WEU-J • Adjust your bead _laanps to preveat btmdiaf (¦)•<• improve nighttime visibility • Check the _«t—ring • _ystem; tighten _U connections; eliminate on,—iv _^ wheel "play" • Check the wheel alignment; (altga, if _Aecess _ory) to preveat road "wander," shimmy, or •xceasive tire wear • Inspect and adjust brakes to assure quick, straightline stops (replace worn lining and add fluid, if necessary) • Inspect tires and rotate for longer tire life • Inspect the wiring system and •eplace where necessary • Check the operation of horn • _Iiiiijiin I _jhi . _aiinilaliinlrt m i|_ims n«___ce _UsdaaJ jf rucematy_._) AND HERE' IS*AM EXTRA* BOMB** ALL ' "Ml! Okhms lubricuffo*. Bring ttWt coupe* with you wh«a mm , d.rv. i« for o SAFEIY CMfOCTj UP and w_« will giv_« your cor a _. co**pl_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

SchJow's 60_A Semi-AnnuoJ Sole MOW IN _PROGRESS Clothes Di'_aiM Sport Shorts _SwimSuilt and Other Merchandise at Sacrifice Prices Visit ScWow's Sr \ » 'NOBODY CAN MAKE l<_# _WT_&_tfll Big, blushing beauties —right off the eagerly-awaited ice cream flavor in "America. Ask your friendly Breyer dealer to hand-dip you a quart, or buy it in the money-saving Breyers Gallon. Remember! It's Fresh Peach. tree ... blended and frozen with rich golden cream as only Breyers know how! There's the treat that millions rave about. .. and has become the most CAREY KAUTE SALON Each Customer Receives Individual Attention by an Artistic Operator Glennland Bldg. Phone 2071 FOR DELICIOUS BREYERS ICE CREAM (f riar package 28c) VISIT ABE'S ESSO STATION 212 Atherton St MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE 109 S. Allen St. STATE _QOLLEGE, 1411 11th Ave, Altoona, Pa. PA_ School Heads- Continue & from page one ference members at a luncheon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1949

THKK SHAKES ICE CREAM BAR VIC'S MILKY WAY " T t i_V"" _ _ss $ __* _-_* _^ H *« • «a* L. ws» * THE TAVERN THURSDAY SPECIAL CHICKEN CHOW MEEN 5:30 - 7:30 Open Daily (except Sunday) 2:00-11:30 Friday and Saturday: 1:00-12:00 CARL H. STEELE ROYAL TYPEWRITER SALES & SERVICE Guaranteed Repairs and Service on All Makes E. BEAVER PHONE 2514 121 Woodring's Floral Gardens Phone 2045 117 E. Beaver Ave CORSAGES ?) e Roses e Orchids e Gardenias • Peas • Daisies 24-HOUR SERVICE on all KODAK WORK "PACOLARGER" JUMBO PRINTS AT NO EXTRA COST GIBS PHOTO FINISHING 212 E. College Ave Stale College, Pa. UN To Keep Peace, Says James Eldridge The United Nations was designed to keep, not make, the peace after World War II. and there is no such peace." stated James A. Eldridge. Midwest field director of the American Association for the United Nations, in an address entitled "The United Nations Today" before the Pennsylvania Workshop g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

Outstanding Speakers Address Educators The twenty-seventh annual superintendents and pr&_KfSpaiS con ference, conducted by the School nationally prominent speakers to program which began yesterday Thursday. The theme of the conference of Education, has brought _several the campus in connection _witfe its afternoon and continues theowgh is "Next Steps in the Improvement of our Schools." The various aspects of this question wfll be topics for lectures by the speakers to be followed by panel discussions in which people prominent in each field will take part. The conference opened with a lecture on "How Shall We Meet Our School Building Needs," by Lawrence B. Perkins of the architectural firm of Perkins and WiM in Chicago which specialises in designing school buildings. Howard Blakeslee, science editor of the Associated Press, addressed the group last night on "The Values of the Atomic Age in Education." A report of Ins lecture is printed betow. First Lecture The first l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

DON T "BI'LE" JUST DIAL • 2462 CENTRE BEVERAGE CO. SOFT DRINKS CANADA DRY COW _sVOMO*> AwMMC _IA_)UUs8DisUV otuvmr tear 211 E. _CoHogo onvenient c Its the ORNER For yom rate dmne or yowr tasty refreshments & coot ckmks ¦ ^^¦n_^n_^snr* _JbSbbA 4Csn_^snf%sn_^ _Csiii_^s_^BV Y^*^B •_sw^*J_^_ijJv_^r "J7 *¦ * OPGN 6:30 A. M. IJMm _W PJL _I M _COfOOT UrrVStfCff RENT A BIKE Mi E. College A-ycane PHONE 42W HOURS 1 TO 9 DMY OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT HARRY HUNTER COLLEGIAN GAZETTE Wednesday, July 27 _SUPERINTENDENTS and Principals Conference: "The Schoolman's View of School Improvement, " by Abel A. Hanson, Teachers College, Colombia Univ., Schwab Aud., 9:30 a.m. At 2 p.m. m same _btnldkig, "The Layman's View of School Improvement," by Roy E. Larsen, Pres. of Time, Inc. PHI DELTA KAPPA Luncheon for superintendents and principals, State College Hotel, 12:15 p.m. TEA for wives of superintendents, principals, and _vin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

VISIT . . . Campus Restaurant Corner Pugh & _£_« College Ave. 24-JHHIft SERVICE on aft KODAK WORK "PACOLARGER" JUMBO _pftorrs AT NO EXTBA •WSPHOTO FfflBiim 212 E. Collage Ave. State College, Pa. THE EUTAW HOUSE cm ideal spot for /oar farawoU get-togetho*. Large Selection of Yow Favorite Foods u m « A FOR RESERVATIONS LXAl 48-R-3 CENTRE HAIL Located At The Foot of The Seven Mountains On Route To _Lewistown POTTERS MILLS SPECIAL ——• ArWn s Sows —Ladies' Suits —Ladies' Dresses Cleaned acid Pressed 49_s (woojuisbT wrace) 09c§ State College _LJUfflDSBETTS 210 WEST COLLEGE AVENUE 4 Participate In Conference George L. Hossfield, ten times winner of the world's professional typewriting championship and special school representative for the Underwood Corporations. wQl address graduate students in business education at the College on Friday. Hossfield. who is now engaged in an educational demonstration tour, won the world's _norice typewriting c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

Skate for Heakh Every _Tue.-Wed.Fri. evening and Sunday afternoon and evening. CALL 6384 or 3994 For Party Reservations % Mile West on BeUefonte Rood—at the Evergreen* MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE NOW GOING ON TREMENDOUS SAVINGS • • • • • DRESSES • BATHING SUITS • BLOUSES • RAYON HALF SLIPS • HATS • COATS & TOPPERS SHOP SMART 123 S. Allen 91 SEE PENH'S CAVE America's Only All-Water Cavern A tear Afcfe of 1 Mile Underground IS Itffes S—j_*h.MM« or St«*« College 5 _MMos East of Centre Hail On Bo«r*e9S Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Daily COMING SATURDAY Mark Stevens WILL JAMES' SAND f littanu -TONIGHT Paul Henreid "THE SCAB' TBS LOUISIANA STORY Wonted: Tickets For Football Games Students and alumni alreidy are clamoring for tickets to Penn State's 1949 football games. Because the, students have left the campus and will not return until the eve __ of the first game, applications already have been issued to undergraduates for the Army game, at We...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

TOWN & NINE Announces its Final Show of the Season Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward August 1st thru Aug. 13 RESERVATIONS NOW BEING _ACCEPTEB Thru This Week Squaring the Circle Phono 7103 Earn/ for Reservation _^J ul SMi Stylad by Bollou. 14K Gold or Sterling Silver. ¦'vm f> <s We Uw _Owr 0«« H«rravi»ff Cgawreis km Waa.lt. Smitty and Howdy Say DOWN GO PRICES ... WE HAVE SLASHED AND SLASHED. FOR REAL BARGAINS COME TO THE YOUNG MEN'S SHOP AND LOAD UP DURING OUR SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE All Nationally Advertised Brands Reg. $24.50 Rayon Cord Suit Just $16.95. Reg. $35.00 Rayon Suits, aH models. $22.50 Just Deduct $6 from any Sport Coat $3.65 Arrow Colored Shirts reduced to $2.29. $4.50 and $5.00 Arrows only $2.69. $1.75 Celanese Shorts Now $1. Shirts to match 89c $1.00 Wright's T-Shirts, raglan shoulder 69c $3.95 Puritan Short Sleeve Sport Shirts only $2.39 $4.95 to $5.95 Arrow Long Sleeve Sport Shirtsi$3.50 20 % OFF on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

at the booth m front of the Corner Room. Sponsors tickets will be accepted for this performance and the cost of admission to those holding such tickets will be 85c. Admission charge for guests of sponsors will be $1.20 and general admission is $1.50. FOR COOL COMFORT THESE HOT DAYS . . e e Air Conditioning Just The Right Temperature For The Greatest Pleasure In Eating - - - Drop In At Our Counter For • Lunches • Drinks • Sandwiches Rea & Derick South AHrai St HUNGRY? • CREAM PUFFS • BROWNIES • MUFFINS • Hershoy's ICE CREAM Electric Bakery Allen Street Phone 3121 Art Display Continued from page one the show with each member of the class being represented by at least one painting. The paintings will be judged by a lay jury composed of interested people not professionally connected with painting, and a professional jury which consists this year of Harold E. Dickson, Milton S. Osborne, Dean Stanbaugh and Pittman. Four prizes are awarded by each ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

¥_ff ARE C«PfN Weekdays NOON untN 10:30 P.M Saturdays NOON until 12 A.M. SUNDAYS NOON _mntH 7 P.M. PETE'S PLACE CENTRE HALL The Tavern Dinner 5:30-7:30 Spaghetti Every Monday and Wednesday Evening Heavy date tonite? Add the finishing loach with flowers from— Woodrings Floral Gardens PHONE 204S 117 E. BEAVER AVE. . . . . A PENN STATE TRADITION FOR OVER 30 YEARS NOW THERE'S SOMETHING NEW AT ... . PETE'S PLACE Yes, indeed, for your dining enjoyment we now offer you an OUTDOOR DINING PAVILION Dine in delightful, cool surroundings, overlooking beautiful Perm's Valley—with a 50 mite view of placid countryside. You'll for get the heat and rush of everyday life as you leisurely enjoy one of our famous dinners. Come up tonight for our specialties: 'BONELESS SIRLOIN STEAK •HAM STEAK • BONELESS POMC CHOPS •FRESH SEAFOOD The PENN STATE CLASS RING [for men and women) by Balfour Order at Balfour Office in Athletic Store V1CS MILKY WAY 145 S. ALLEN St. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1949

Sigma Nu House Second fraternity south of Recreation Hall WILL BE OPEN POST SESSION Aug. 8-27 ROOM and or BOARD Will be open for women grad uate students and women teachers. PHONE 3250 _#¦ " _ _| J_„ Comfortably Cool - - - ¦OUlC S Air Conditioned Restaurant Don't Let The Weather Jade Your Appetite Dine In Comfortable Coolness A Complete Dinner or Just a Snack Meet Your Friends at COOK'S IS THE HEAT getting you down? PICK UP BY Stopping at our Air Conditioned Fountain _* Drinks * Sandwiches * Ice Cream ALWAYS COOL OFF AT McLanahan's S. ALLEN STREE Early School Books On View In Library Teachers at the College studying the latest methods and developments in education now can take a glance back in time by examining a display of textbooks printed and used in Pennsylvania over 100 years ago. The books, culled from the Library's collection of rare Pennsylvania imprints, now are on view in the second-floor exhibit cases at the Library. They range in dat...

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