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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1950

Kitain To Give Concert Tonight Artists Series To Feature Pianist in Varied Program Anatole Kitain, "the Poet of the Keyboard," will feature the third presentation of the Summer Artists Series in Schwab Auditorium at 8:30 tonight. Tickets priced at $1.20 will go on sale at the Student Union desk in Old Main at 7:30 tonight. Kitain was born in St. Petersburg and belongs to the small, elite group of Russian pianists, including Rubenstein, Horowitz, and Keyboard Poet , , m ANATOLE KITAIN, Russian pianist, who will present the third of the Summer Artists Series in Schwab Auditorium tonight. Serkin, now concertizing in this country. Some time before coming the United States in 1940, he was known to American n_*ic enthusiasts through his Columbia Masterworks records. Successful Tours He graduated from the Imperial Conservatory in St. Petersburg and has since made several successful tours of Russia, Europe, and the Orient. This past year, Kitain played the piano throughout Sou...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1950

REVUE P 1950 Christmas Cards NOW ON DISPLAY annual July showing of 7950 Christmas Cards • Our SELECT YOURS . . . NOW KEELERS PENNSHIRE CLOTHES Factory tO'You Styles of Tomorrow Latest Fabrics Newest Patterns $ 21 - $ 35 Satisfaction or Money Back 112 S. FRAZIER ST. oxt Door To City Hall Stilt Serving the BIGGEST Milk Shakes in town at VIC'S MILKY WAY Also Sandwiches and Ice Cream 145 S. Allen Street YOU CAN'T MISS WHEN YOU SEND YOUR SUMMER CLOTHES TO US FOR CLEANING AND PRESSING! Dry Cleaners HUR'S 114 E. COLLEGE Across from Old Main • Self Branching Ivy—2 for 29c •Hollywood Ivy—2 for 39c • Orchid Corsage—$1.49 Woodring Floral Gardens 2045 117 E. Beaver Hove you hod the BEST Ice Cream Soda IN TOWN? The Place Is ROAN'S Dairy Center 400 E. College A Great New Freedom for YOU! Save Time, Drudgery_, Money! • Entire week's wash done in 30 minutes. We wash everything washable. • Low dry cleaning prices. • NYLONS—Ultra Sheer $1....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1950

Prompt Waich Repairs from crystals to complete overhauls with Buarantees and reasonable rates MOYER WATCH SHOP 105 S. Pugh St. Watches - Clocks - Jewelry 24- HOUR SERVICE on all KODAK WORK "PACOLARGER" JUMBO PRINTS AT NO EXTRA COST GIBS PHOTO FINISHING 212 E. College Ave. In the Penn State Photo Shop FAMOUS MAKE BIKES FOR SALE • SCHWINN BIKES and Accessories • WHIZZER BIKES • TIRES TUBES and Other Bicycle Accessories W. F. KRUMRINE Rear 433 W. College Ave. (Bikes Serviced and Repaired) Public service typing and Mimeographing Term papers, manuscripts, ' -hesises Now operated by Helen G Yarnell. Room 205 in the Ho tel State College. 4906 or 6733 ROOM _£ _f For Comfbrtabfi_. _RotMt_& _<4#*< _« T__.«€OlONIA| \ fijS 123W.NITTANTAKH \ _ ¦ _ 1 -All With _Runnmtt **-*_»_ CALL 2331 for PICK-UP and DELIVERY Store: 109 S. Pugh State College Dyeing and Cleaning Service Garey Beauty Salon for Individual Attention by Artistic Operators Pho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1950

SEE PENN S CAVE America's Only All-Water Cavern A Boat Ride of 1 _Mtfe Underground 1 _ AMIES SOUTH-AST Of STATE COLLEGE 5 MH£5 EAST OF CENTRE MALL ON ROUTE 95 Open 9 AM, to 9 PM, Daily Historic Inn Built In 1824 Is Still Making History JVS A Most Popular Eating Place _j_^_Si_^_T^^—WC - -_^_MSsrm _v->_otbj»_v_SsS j. — > _ _* _\ _^-^_^_%i wE_S__8B ___SfS_Hb_^ ?&&§SLW _D____m__H-H4__i__0_£_»le_^_o^__k _> _ *— —• ;*^_M_^_na, _4iwHl_fl_r_^ llP>p__"_^7^_____t^__K»aKX>^^_T - _ *_v_4_^i__irnjH_?__J^_K i __ _, jV_. -V>* w *f _^3£? Classes and Organizations . . . Plan to have your summer school get-together AT THE EUTAW HOUSE DIAL CENTRE. HALL 48-R-3 LOCATED IN POTTERS MILLS BETWEEN STATE COLLEGE and LEWISTOWN At The Intersection Of Routes 322 and 53 The Present Inspection Period Ends July 31 IF YOUR CAR HAS NOT BEEN INSPECTED PHONE 4991 AT ONCE! CLEMSON MOTOR CO 1101 NORTH A T H ERTO N ST...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

All God's Chillun' • _ - _*- * _»- ' -A* THE EVA JESSYE CHOIR, last in Ihe Main Session Summer Arl ists Series, which will appear Thursday night in Schwab Auditorium. 300 Educators Begin 3-Day Confab Here Eisenhower To Speak At Banquet Tomorrow More than 300 _Pennsylvania educators will attend the 28th annual Superintendents and Principals Conference which starts al the College today and will continue through Thursday, Aug. 3 Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, president of the College, will speak at the dinner to be held at the Nittany Lion Inn .tomorrow _nigjit Marion R. Trabue, dean of tne School of Education, will preside at the dinner. At the Thursday morning session, Dr. Charles M. Long, newly-appointed professor and head of the _department of education, will preside. Hawkins To Speak . "Moving Forward on the Administrative- and Supervisory Fronts" is the theme for the conference. Dr. Earle T. Hawkins, president of the "State Teachers College, Towson, Md., will deliver the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

Satisfaction or Back Money 112 S. FRAZIER ST. Next Door To City Hall Sandwiches and Ice Cream 145 S. Alton Street ANNUAL SUMMER BOOK SALE First Two Weeks in Aug ust ALL BOOKS AT A FRACTION OF FORMER PRICE COME IN . . . SEE . .- ' . SELECT Keeler *9 Calhaum _Thettr* Building PENNSHIRE CLOTH E S Facfoiy-fo You Styles of Tomorrow Latest Fabrics Newest Patterns $91 $ac: StalServmg like SUGGEST Milk Shakes Ml _ffOWH Or VICS MILKY WAY Penn State Lutheran Student Association WEINJER ROAST fa ' irmount park friday night. 8:00 p. m. SERVICE FINAL WORSHIP HORT. WOODS SUNDAY NIGHT. 6:30 P SALE 30% Discount on 78 RPM Stock Beginning Today Gazette — _ .«-.__IW_«iW '• • • •• _;. ¦' _; -,< . Tuesday, Aug. 1 LECTURE, "Humans as Teachers," Dr. Earle Hawkins, 121 Sparks Building, 11 a.m.- . SUPERINTENDENTS and Principals Conference Meeting, Schwab _Auditoriym, 2 p.m. EDUCATIONAL FILMS, "Building Typing Skills," "Duties of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

3 _U HAIF 'N' HALF ^\qv ot Combinations ._aisKH _| _v\<f\\ STvS S (3 HALF-GALLON ONLY $105 •? stS_____w '_%___jf_ -\s * ¦«! __j __K__. _t?a___________\ ^*— _^ t, (as featured in the recent Theatre Guild production of Porgy and Bess) Schwab 8:30 P.M., EDT Auditorium Tuesday, Aug. 3,1950 Single Admission: $1 plus tax Sunday. August 6 and Monday, August 7 "Rachel the Stranger" _Loreiia Young Robert Miichum THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE Summer Artists Series presents The EVA JESSYE CHOIR Saturday. August 5 "TWO SHOT JESSE JAMES" Preston Foster John Ireland and "FLYING DEUCES" LAUREL & HARDY DOUBLE FEATURE TAKE HOME A GIFT from State College GIFTS for EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY TOYS NOVELTIES WHITMAN CANDIES STATIONERY QUALITY SOAPS CAMERAS BA1E LUXURIES JEWELITE BRUSHES PARKER PENS MEN'S TOILETRIES LADIES'& MEN'S BILLFOLDS Griggs & _Krenmer Prescription Specialists 120 E. College Avenue Thursday, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

For Your Take Home Gifts DON'T MISS STATE COLLEGE'S DO LAR DAY OF BARGAINS Ferguson Twirls Shutout In Rec Loop Softball Fray By ED _WALLACE Despite a drizzle that made the ball slippery and footing unsure, Ray Ferguson and the Collegians combined efforts to shape the first shut-out in more than 30 games of Main Session softball action. Ferguson pitched a nifty one-hit six-inning stint as the hardhitting Collegians blanked Alpha Chi Sigma, 15-0. The loss dropped Alpha Chi from the un beaten ranks and left only the Collegians and the Ripsnorters without a loss in League B. These two teams were scheduled to play last night in what might be the deciding game of that loop. BULLETIN The Collegians took over undisputed possession of first place in League B last night as they defeated the Ripsnorters, 25 to 10. Ray Remmers was the winning pitcher, aiding the cause by hitting 2 homers and driving in seven runs. Fran Kegel's Yahoos continue to dominate League A. They ire t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

KALIN'S MEN'S SHOP y __s_ .s_ sk ___& b_* __n_k _ 0_^ ¦ m __H_Jfi _h__ H _ofC_- ______ w__ T _fl__k ___ Bf~ ___Sa____8_ __5__9__B9_. __¦_ _¦_. TBw. #ft __ ¦____ _ WWm ifWm ___! h__ __J§ ________& _______ K_ __ P W _ fiS W Bft S__E_I a Hk _4_# _ ~™^ _______ _B_ OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MEN CLOTHING and A PPARE Tropicals Gabardines and Worsters T-Shirts, Gauchos Long and Short Sleeved SUITS SPORT SHIRTS Reg Reg Reg 32.50 45.00 60.00 Now 26.00 Reg. 1.95 Now Reg. 2.95 Now Reg. 3.95 Now 1.45 2.15 2.95 Now 33 .75 Now 44.75 Lightweight and Regular Weight Cafalina and Jantzen SPORT COATS SWIM WEAR ALL REDUCED Reg. 13.50 Now 9.95 Reg. 25.00 Now 18.75 Reg. 29.50 . Now 22.75 33_'/3% All Types Of One Group of Cotton _Argyle TROUSERS SOCKS Reg. 6.50 Reg. 7.50 Reg. 12.95 Now 4.95 Now 5.45 Now 8.95 0 Reg. Now 1.50- WILL BE MADE AT COST ALTERATIONS STATE COLLEGE Georgetown Is tt learn ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

L_^haries «J« r 124 S. Allen Street Historic Inn Built In 1824 Is Still Making History As A Most Popular Eating Place -^~sS_$i _m '"_^-'llpsiw--."* - i*_5_sfes&= W r _.:_W&._«k.O .- _. . »*_<_A*S®«f__S ^^--T ' ^^^^Bfc |_W__S_ _i_^i_HBiV _":: -_" "r "_,_i^__£^^_%-«^_^ ____5 _r-r-- _?^S ___3 _^ --_^r-£_^_M& -_>_s_<k?*s _z3r __ u .__ . Plan to have Classes and _Organisations summer school get-together AT your THE EUTAW HOUSE DIAL CENTRE HALL 48-R-3 LOCATED IN POTTERS MILLS BETWEEN STATE COLLEGE and LEWISTOWN At The Intersection Of Routes 322 and 53 _jt_^f mi1, .".f _»._|_tl jiaij _rv"_. ¦'_*-_* > jC|"crornr"y3'"*"i*it _ <&.*<¦_. _^_SmSmM K1"_** * __._ ' ._vaTlH __.&___¦ _ 3 _-> ._'' _ ?.--. ¦ ._»:_» ___. .J P .ftrW' f_¥ * _- i __. / _- / _/ _f . ;f r r «. t t _, w, *'-t ,' ,, „ * , - ,-s ' .* >'* ¦> _____*___! y< t _x__Mi___B_^S _^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

Prompt Watch Repairs from crystals to complete overhaul_, with guarantees and reasonable rates MOVER WATCH SHOP 105 S. Pugh Si. Watches - Clocks - Jewelry 24- HOUR SERVICE on all KODAK WORK •PACOLARGER" JUMBO PRINTS AT NO EXTRA COST . GIBS PHOTO FINISHING • 212 E. College Are. In the Penn State Photo Shop FAMOUS MAKE BIKES FOR SALE • SCHW1NN BIKES and Accessories • WH1ZZER BIKES • TIRES'TUBES and Other Bicycle Accessories W. F. KRUMRINE _ Rear 433 W. College Ave. (Bike* Serviced and Repaired) Public service typing and 1 Mimeographing Term papers, manuscripts. ' Jhesises Now operated by Helen G Yarnell, Room 205 in the Ho tel State College: 4906 or 6733 Many other values as our sale is , still going on TROUSERS $4.95 plus alterations & HUE'S s_ MEN'S SHOP Opposite Main Campus E_ College Avenu« ; ROOM ** for Cam fortabfe Room*; _£__*,_ _r__ _Tl *-i*^t _rv___r a t _ \« B 123W.NITTANYAVCJ \ V\L I •»>?// _triTh _rlurtnirrtr m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1950

SEE PENH'S CAVE Ameri_&t's Onty AM-Water Cavern A Boat Jtfcfe of 1 Mile Underground 18 MILES SOUTHEAST Of STAT* COLLEGf 5 MILES EAST OF CENTRE HAIL ON ROUTE 95 Open 9 AM. to 9 PJA. Daily STUDENT SPECIAL August 1, Dollar Day Only 3_^9 LBS. WASHES $1 (\f\ (_'/a-How Service) I oUU 3 LADIES' or MEN'S SUITS $_T /S/_S (deemed, Pressed) _aCoVJKJ NY_ONS $| (\(\ 60 Gouge. 15 Denier .. I.UU Open 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. MCfC UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE State College LAUNDERETTE 210 W. College Avenue Heads Society ... Dr. Frank D. Kern Industrial Activity in Pa. Hits Postwar High in June Industrial activity in Pennsylvania during June reached a new _jostwar high and the Bureau of Business Research at the College ;aid Saturday that activity probably would continue to gain as the lation embarks on a rearmament program. The Bureau also noted pronounced gains in living costs, reportng a 3 percent gain from April to May, followed by another 2 per cent rise in June. The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

Tomorrow's The Pay-Off. . . . I «_= _£_* f- - 8S» Collegian photo by Bill _Boyles PART OF THE. BR ASS section of ihe Summer Sessions Band which will share the spotlight with the Summer Sessions Orchestra tomorrow night in Schwab Auditorium. Band, Orchestra to Give Annual Concert Tomorrow 500 To Get Degrees Saturday Lowry To Deliver Address At27th Summer Program 1500 Sfudents Expected For Post Session About 1,500 students are expected to register at Carnegie Hal for the three-week Post Sessior Monday, Aug. 14, from 8 a.m. tc 12 noon. Classes will begin at 1:3( p.m.. the same day. Registration procedure is as follows: 1. Information desk—Obtain application-registration forms, petitions to carry special programs, changes of schedule, student correspondence file, and catalogs. This is section 1. 2. Matriculation cards and student number—New students "obtain matriculation card and student number. Former students report here only if they do not have a va...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

5p To Midnight Garden Hours FY'S TAVERN DU F BOALSBURG 5392 TUHN RIGHT AT THE TEXACO STATION Don leave town • 1_&S_& • • 'without ordering your OFFICIAL PENN STATE CLASS RING BY FOUR BA L Office Located In Athletic Store BE SURE TO VISIT DUFFY'S .j TERRACE GARDEN SOON For your favorite special platters, sandwiches and good beverages under evening skies Interested in something "different?" Why not come out to our Special Garden Nites on TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS? DANCE WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS 9:30 to 12:30 DINE DANC MELODY ACES & MODERN MUSIC EXCELLENT FOOD T-BONE STEAKS . . . SHRIMP The Paradise Cafe 114 S. Spring Street BELLEFONTE. PENNA O'BRYAN Motor Company Studebaker Sales and Service 24-HOUR EMERGENCY TOWING SERVICE ATLANTIC and SUNOCO GAS 825 S. Atherton Street ON ROUTE 322 Phone 391 Service Station Garage 2 Phone 4427 SUMMER COLLEGIAN Thief Takes Publis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

Sunday and Monday August 13-14 Streets of Laredo" William Holdert William Bendix Saturday, August 12 "The Red Pony" Robert Miichum Myrna Loy Thursday and Friday August 10-11 "xUb. e:~u»:_~~ lll_« S _1_MIIIIIIU Kentuckian" Jphn Wayne L_^atliaum Robert Walker Joan Leslie "The SKIPPER SURPRISED HIS WIFE" _jtate Broderick Crawford Ellen Drew "CARGO TO CAPETOWN" _rjittanu Valentina Cortesa Michael Denison "THE GLASS MOUNTAIN" Tuesday and Wednesday August 8-9 "The Paleface" ob Hope Jane Russell NOW! At Your Warner Theatre Remember The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing IN PERSON TOMMY DORSEY HIS TROMBONE AND ORCHESTRA WHERE? will be at HECLA PARK 7 miles East of Bellefonte on Route 64 WHEN? Tuesday Evening, August 15 Dancing 9 to 1 ADMISSION?—$2 00 plus tax for Table Reservations, Phone Zion 2121 TAKE HOME A GIFT from State College GIFTS for EVERY _MEMBER OF THE FAMILY TOYS NOVELTIES WHITMAN CANDIES STATIONERY QUALITY SOAPS C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

SALE ENDS Saturday, August 12, 7950 Take Advantage of These Great Savings Polo Shirts .. .... $1.00 Tropical Trousers ........ $4.95 Jackets, were $12.50 $7.95 Suits Drastically Cut Many Other Items HUB'S MEN'S SHOP 114 E. College Avenue E _JfeS@j|_fe ITT DERICK'S for Bigger and Better MEALS SNACKS during Post Session Hi S. ALLEN ST. Get All Your HUNTING EQUIPMENT GUNS and AMMUNITION al Max Hartswick SPORTSMEN'S SHACK 'round the corner from The Skeller Collegians, Yahoos Await Titular Softball Struggle All indications point to a matching of the Collegians and the Yahoos in the Main Session championship play-off tomorrow night. The old freshman baseball diamond at New Beaver Field is the site of the affair. Game time is set for 6:30 p.m. i The Collegians continue to dominate League B as they have now MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS extended their win streak to seven straight. The Collegians will American league finish their loop slate tonight when they meet th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

McLANAHAN'S Allen Street State College Still Serving the BIGGEST Milk Shakes in town at VIC'S MILKY WAY Also Sandwiches and Ice Cream 145 S. Allen Street It's ANTES On North Atherton Street (U S. Route 322)—for • Used Cars—all makes •Repairs on all makes of cars by factory trained mechanics •Ford and Mercury Sales Be Sure to Call Antes at STATE COLLEGE 2505 and Stop in at Antes Atherton SI iw^^S_^ YARDLEY BB.v-i i - _terQU_&_hl T!»»_rtx2?t _, i_~ A gift bottle of 3 tabled (jttcr _li_^ /_t j[aistyn.({._est $¦« 3 5 with each box of Lavender Soap 6143 S02 E. COLLEGE AVENUE at Pine Street Have you had the BEST Ice Cream Soda IN TOWN? The Place Is ROAN'S Dairy Center 400 E. College On The Ball The Dutchman's Plan Misfires _* / BY RAY KOEHLER Sports Editor When it gets right down to the matter of effort and a con- *" scienlious determination to do the best possible job. you can't get , away from it—this guy .Dutch S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

ationai Ban Oi State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve System mmA Don't Miss Our m POTTERY SALE & ALL POTTERY, COPPER and BRASS REDUCED 20% PENNSHIRE CLOTHES Factory-to-You Styles of Tomorrow Latest Fabrics Newest Patterns *21 - $ 35 Satisfaction or Money Back 112 S. FRAZIERST The First • Cardigan tweed wool sweater -sets—blue, gray, pink, naiuraL • Corduroy skirls and jumpers, velveteen skirts and natural tweed with • Unlined dress suits—aqua brown velveteen cuffs _mary leitzinger 136 E. College • ASTORS $1.00 - $1.50 a dozen • GLADIOLAS $1.25 - $1.50 a dozen Woodring Floral Gardens 117 E. Beaver 2045 _JSr/SrrtS Dr. Eisennowei Inauguration Program Set Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower will be inaugurated as the eleventh president of the College Oct. 4 and 5, James Milholland, president of the Board of Trustees, announced Friday. An Inauguration Committee will consist of W. E. Kenworthy, ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

Prompt Walch Repairs from' crystals to complete overhaul* with guarantees and reasonable rates MOYER WATCH SHOP 105 S. Pugh St. Watches - Clocks - Jewelry 24- HOUR SERVICE on all KODAK WORK TACOLARGER" JUMBO PRINTS AT NO EXTRA . COST GIBS PHOTO FINISHING 212 E. College Ave. In the Penn State Photo Shop FAMOUS MAKE BIKES FOR SALE • SCHWINN BIKES and Accessories • WHIZZER BIKES • TIRES TUBES and Other Bicycle Accessories W. F. KRUMRINE Rear 433 W. College Ave. (Bikes Serviced and Repaired) Public service typing and Mimeographing Term papers, manuscripts, ' thesises Now operated by Helen G YarnelL Room 205 in the Ho lei Stale College. 4906 or 6733 ROOM _J» For Comfort abla Rooms, If 123W._NITTANYAVC I L It I -AH _Mcti Ft-mm_* _mtotmi* CALL 2331 for PICK-UP and DELIVERY Store: 109 S. Pugh State College Dyeing and Cleaning Service Garey Beauty Salon • for Individual Attention by Artistic Operators Phone 2071 Glennland Bldg ALICE & DON H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 8 August 1950

SEE PENN'S CAVE America's Only AH-Water Cavern A Boat JSde of I MUm Umdorgrownd 1_« MH.ES SOUTHEAST OF STATE _COUKH S HMfcES EAST Of _CtNTME MAW. ON _ROVTE 9S Open 9 AM. to 9 PM. Daily • A Classes and Organizations . . . Plan to have your summer school get-together AT THE EUTAW HOUSE DIAL CENTRE HALL 48-R-3 LOCATED IN POTTERS MILLS _" « BETWEEN STATE COLLEGE and LEWISTOWN At The Intersection Of Routes 322 and 53 College Constructs Drive; Starts Carnegie Repairs A new approach from Pollock Road, to facilitate deliveries to Old Main and~provide additional parking facilities for visitors, is now being constructed. The new construction will provide an entrance drive and an exit with 16 new parking spaces for visitors to the building. Work has also started on extensive repairs to the exterior of Historic Inn Built In 1824 Is Still Making History As A Most Popular Eating Place Carnegie Hall. According to George W. Ebert, director of the physical plant...

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