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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

Parking Lot For Town-Purchased Students patronizing downtown business establishments such as Keelcr_'s_, The Tavern, Spudnut Shop and other businesses in that area will benefit from the purchase of .mother now parking lot, Paul Mazza, president of the Chamber of Commerce, said yesterday. The Borouph Parking Authority purchased a 33-car parking loi area ai Calder alley and McAllister St. for the price of $45,000. Mazza said the purchase is "the first big step towards belter parking facilities for the downtown area East of Allen St." : The Parking Authority has the power to borrow money, acquire land and operate parking facilities but the proposal to create more off-street parking also requires the support of downtown merchants, he said. Secondary benefits of the new parking area are that it will help relieve other parking areas in general, and aid the congested situation for churches in that area on Sundays, he said. A parking lot purchase is made on the predicted revenue for the...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

Begins Thurs., July 20 "RETURN TO PEYTON PLACE" JEFF CHANDLER _Meet the Stars Under the Stars at STARLITE" FRANK'S HOAGIE HAVEN 112 S. Frazie? GALL AD 8-8381 For Delivery FRIENDLY . .. that, s Duffy's. Dinner means so much more when you can dine in friendly, quiet surroundings. Try dinner at Duffy's Tavern this week. Dining room open from 5 to 9:30. Your favorite beverages served from 4:30 to midnight. (Closed on Sunday) CHILDREN'S SUMMER THEATRE TODAY... 2 _pan • Begins TONITE ... 5:30 P.M. © YOUR SHOCKED EYES WILL SEE IT . . . YOUR STUNNED MIND WON'T BELIEVE IT IT . . . IHE NLY mOM POM MM A m m f Sffli f OF A psrsHi KtUER _t ftMM' William Castles ¦ rjf" No ons during JnSK3*B9nHI _Fitt&e note _sftotv _titms of perfomraftces? _tmttmxm _H GLENN r_\ PATRICIA a jean LORBEH- BrBUN _UfiicH ¦ BuTce ¦ _WesiTmio ARLES8 NO ONE ADMITTED DURING LAST 15 MINUTES! PLEASE NOTE SHOW TIMES OF PERFORMANCES TONITE al 5:30 ¦ 7:30 ¦ 9:30 p.m. _notxri in -m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

TUESDAY IS STEAK DAY SIRLOIN STEAK Grilled or Broiled lo your choice and served with Fresh Garden Salad, Golden French Fries, Our Own Baked Bread, Creamery Butter and Apple Butter. $1 29 Our New Hours to Serve You Better Will Be 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Daily. TtasPiiM _W FAMMLY RESTAURANTS 230 E. College Ave State College, Pa. CANDY HEADQUARTERS • Pennsylvania Dutch Candies • Callard and Bowsers English Candies • Tobler Swiss Chocolates • Drake's Dietetic Car.dies • Kemp Nuts in cans Russell Stover Candies College only al in State GRIGGS PHARMACY 120 E. COLLEGE AVE Across from Old Main HlldF_^_S_^ ILJ_? i _&_2& _Sfffi 62? iSkfi? _iHk _i_&_8_$ffl%_fib H B_^ _^_OM y1 _^ EISENHOWER PAUSES TO EMPHASIZE A POINT while speaking at the Region 111 Explorer Scouts conference. He talked about the possibility of governmental activities limiting personal freedoms and-how the Explorers should prepare to be future leaders of their...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

Crimes Against The Human Race In the Israeli Sector of Jerusalem last Friday, Adolf Eichmann admitted "moral guilt" as chief transport officer for the Nazis in the World War II genocide program. Today, in that same sector of the Holy Land, a group of fundamentalist missionaries will be meeting to consider the question of Christian missionary activity in Israel. The missionaries, you see, had been stoned out of their sanctuary by crowds of Jewish fanatics shouting "Eichmann! Eichmannl" There is an extraordinary irony in these events, for the observer .of the world scene can only be awed when a religious group persecuted in the past but now established as a nation, persecutes back. The state of Israel is trying Eichmann for "crimes against the human race." Yet this trial, which was to be almost a morality play with poetic justice for a climax, is arousing vicious anti-Christian feeling. Where "crimes against the human race" are being considered, the crime of such manifest intolera...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

Alterations & Repairs 6 Dry Cleaning Service V Laundry Open Daily 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m CAMPUS CLEANERS E. Beaver Ave. Next to ihe Post Office AUGUST GRADUATES MUST HAVE PORTRAITS TAKEN _,<_f y for the 71 «»^ ««. m 7 1962 LA VIE m Before Graduation At Studio Of Infinity Enterprises, _Inc 319 W. Beaver Ave., State College, Pa 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mondays thro Friday! Women wear white blouses or white sweaters and white shirts Men wear dark suits, ties PLEASE BRING $2 WITH YOU NOTE: Any 19G2 graduate desiring to have LaVie portrait made now rather than during Fall Term may do so. SOUTHWEST TEACHER'S AGENCY 1303 Central N.E. Albuquerque, New Mexico Serving the Entire Southwest West & Alaska FREE REGISTRATION Member: N.A.T.A. Salaries: $4500 up TAKE TIME OUT WITH THE BOOK ai CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 112 West Hamilton Ave. (6 blocks south ot campus oft Allen) 3 SERVICES 9:30 A.M.—"Studies in Genesis" God's S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

STUDENTS WHY ATTEND LAUNDROMAT OR POST OFFICE? HAVE YOUR LAUNDRY WASHED & FLUFF DRIED ONLY 99c FOR 11 LBS. FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SHIRTS-FINISHED 24c 24 hr. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL PRICE Phone AD 8-6762 tion ahead And remember, if it's an emergency, you can count on Balfurd's to do our part — we'll get your garments back to you the same day. a C(WU- 4 _LomAaMuu Stores on W. Beaver and opposite Campus Shopping Parking Lot on S. Garner Si AD 7-7661 State College BIKE REPAIRS PARTS ACCESSORIES Western Auto 200 W. College Ave AD 7-7992 Whether it's a weekend at the shore, a few days at the mountains or a visit to another campus, you'll want to look your best. The simplest way to do so is to send your wardrobe to Balfurd's to be reconditioned before you start. SHHH! The boss is. away, and we're having a sale ihaf mighi bring him back any day, so hurry in and save! If you get here before he does, you'll find many oustanding values. $25 lo ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

"You can get it at" METZGERS Semi-Annual Clearance Still Going On! .y\ HABERDASHERY _2_$ez Wac • • « Yes, our semi-annual clearance sale is still in progress. Many excellent values remain, but they are going fast. \ " _*liil& J^^fe.'** All of our seasonal merchandise has been greatly reduced to offer you substantial savings on summer furnishings. SUMMER SUITS FROM $21.50 the Center of Pennsylvania h Free Parking At Rear of Store While You Shop * 229 S. Allen St. • AP 8-1241 NEW ENGLISH BICYCLES $33.95 ENGLISH BIKES USED With Basket and Light $29.95 at our E. College Ave. store RACKET RESTRINGING 24-Hour A _• Service at our Allen St. store THE DIFFERENCE IN HASPEL CRESLAN The Haspcl Creslan [50% Creslan (acrylic) iS"o Dacron* (polyester) 22% Rayon] - otters ah entirely new concept in wash and wear clothing. It adds to the _sophisticated look for which Haspcl is famous, the feci of utter luxury. Thisisdue to the unique ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 July 1961

*> - *l _^Ws _%~ ^^^*^L_±tr - « _*m SUMMER READING •• just naturally includes paperbacks Whatever your interest, you'll find the book you want right here—in the BOOK CELLAR. Inexpensive supplementary books for your courses, paperbacks for every summer fancy. Drop in today and browse. m nmk QMlar t Downstairs at KEELER-'S 206 E. College Ave AD 7-2112 Youll 'find your favorite sandwich at Ye Olde Burger _Sfaoppe HOT DOG and SAUERKRAUT 20c HAMBURGERS 25c 10-oz. RIB STEAK with French Fries end Tomato. Bread and Butter Lettuce $ 29 Your favorite beverages and sandiviches at My-Oh-My Lounge The beneath the burger shoppe both Directly Across from Old Main CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE ENC.ACEMKNT & WEDDING- Ring Set. perfect diamonds, .Sacrifice. JtOO off original price for ensh. Call Walt AD 7-2!l_(il. FOR RENT AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER— Ideal modern large 3-room unfurnished...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

Special Committee Proposes New Tax By MAXINE FINE The Governor's special bi-partisan committee on education met Tuseday night and agreed to recommend to their respective caucuses consideration of two taxes for education, Senator Jo Hays, D-Centre, said last night. The committee predicted, he said, that either of these taxes will raise $28 million fori ~ — the general education fund, oneand-a-half million of which will "probably" be allocated to the University. The first of these, a sales lax on all trade-ins, will call for a modification in a Stale law in order to have lhe lax levied on the difference between lhe original price and the price received from the trade-in. Hays added that about 90 per cent of all trade-ins Involve automobiles. The second tax, which was proposed by Governor Lawrence a month ago, calls for a 2 per cent tax on rents, royalties, dividends and capital dividends. Another tax which the Governor proposed on stocks and bonds was not selected by the committ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

ENDS FRIDAY! "The Parent Trap" — STARTS SATURDAY — -__lll-.MHlllHIIII1 _lll._H.__ ¦¦HM1WIIIIIIII ¦ _.¦liniMIIIIII—WE——[|_HlftrTFP_« 4_&& G*\$_3V ¦ _j yOEESO- t_^H \0 UU _ _*1_ _€- IMS KK §_wte_»wi\_w! iiiff _i infill mini inii-wrr—ranMCTwmvmwmwrnnwrmmmtarrmMmammmmmmmmmmrrmmt _iMK iifaKEil kPQe FEATURE: 1:47, 3:44, 5:41, 7:3B, 9:35 STATE THEATRE, State College, Pa MpiJ.IU.i-*ISI'D8.VI-..U.._£AM JP-Ju. _^ _» * -_»-_» PO T. RIt. 54J * -. *^-kc sr_^'-'M .".v. cci'.._a. i --iTi Thur., Fri., Sal,, July 20, 21, 22 Show Time 9 p.m. "RETUKK to PEYTON PLA6E" Starring Carol Lynley_, Jeff Chandler, Eleanor Parker also "mm suns west" John Lund & Dorothy Malonc - ffl '_ ¦ '¦¦^ - __JU__^_MJ__Jfc__ ~__-_-: ¦ - — ¦ -_k_ Sun., Mon„ Tues.. Wed., July 23, 24, 25, 26 "801.-1 _YESTERBAY" Judy Holliday, William Holden & Brodcrick Crawford also "THE SOUD GQL9 GfiB.__l.-Q" Judy Hollidav & Paul Douglas "Meet the Stars under the Stars a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

DANCE to The Fresh r_^ £, _Apptroach 1 of the ) starring • * FRANKIE LESTER SSSSilgSW_? HECLA PARK 15 mi. E. of Stale College Friday. Aug. II Dancing 9-1 Advanced tickets $2.25 inc. tax —On Sale at Woodring's Floral Shop. Adm. at door $2.50 inc. tax. For "table reservations phone Zion FU 3-2318 the modern way to select your DIAMOND MEMEEB AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Make your diamond purchase the way the prct-issio-ials do-unmounted. Set your budget, select your slone, then pick the most flattering and attractive mounting. Come in together, our selection is outstanding. _Coue EE5 sw,c_i-»- p. \_Zsashu WHAT HAPPENED TO THE HOLE INTHESPUDNUT Can you solve this great mystery?/ Can you give us a clue? Where's the hole in the Spudnul/we make daily fox you? Sherlock Holmes couldn't find it,/nor the FBI. We're asking your help—/So give it a try. Just add a few words to this little riddle. What happened to the Spudnut's round middle? CONTEST ENDS. NOON...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

Dateline Washington Going to the Dogs The Great Dane-Beagle Senate has sent the House a bill designating the Great Dane as the official dog of the Commonwealth. Whether * or not the bill passes the House becomes immaterial when you consider the fact that this very important issue actually was pressed into a winning vote in the Senate by one industrious lobbyist. Mrs. Henry Peirsol, selfstyled Great m, _" f_ffi_Ei_»^l 4 Dane Lobbyist, Z-._^M_/_HKOtf_* put up quite a 'jBBHK"%_ battle in the jH& . ""r~ . S Senate. She IK. ''¦ ..M came up a- W&_SK $£pt* gainst some for- IhK?^_3'T*. j midable com- _^n&'llb&_._wS petition from «*B_^_5 rT__1f many sports- ;S.jBB__ g-W- __: men's groups r_9_M__-__-__n-S_ (and, lest we _jSBS^& not forget, even H_^_HkAKV from this col- -_»____«*_fi. _i umnist). LEIGHTON But her flambouyant tactics won out. Her introduction of three dogs (Great Dane, Poodle and Beagle) to the Senate chamber was an unprecedent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

TUESDAY IS STEAK DAY SIRLOIN STEAK Grilled or Broiled to your choice and served with Fresh Garden Salad, Golden French Fries, Our Own Baked Bread, Creamery Butler and Apple Butter. $1.29 Our New Hours io Serve You Better Will Be 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Daily. TlwwwpHfcWty ¦ * fAMUY _MSTAURAMTft 230 E. College Ave Stale College, Pa. CANDY HEADQUARTERS • Pennsylvania Dutch Candies • Callard and Bowsers English Candies • Tobler Swiss Chocolates • Drake's Dietetic Candies • Kemp Nuts in cant - Russell Stover Candies in Slate College only at GRIGGS PHARMACY 120 6. COLLEGE AVE Across jrom Old Main COST OF LIVING? here Way up _flB _^ PRICE OF ELECTRICITY? down here Way Good for the fella way down here. He's our boy. For while the cost of living has gone to the top, the price of electricity is still deep down. Fact is, electricity is about the best bargain in your entire budget—and it is cheaper by the dozen, too. The more you use it, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

1. ivlac __3_?z . . Just A Few Left We re wrapping up our semiannual clearance sale, but there are still a few outstanding values left. A walk up the hill today can save you a tidy sum. __-$_5 _ms '¦¦' ¦ __ *'' -"»'•« 'i" "_#"in III ¦ ¦ ¦ _^l__W_«p HABERDASHERY __ B-«_5^»»i(B_Si> 'A We have greatly reduced all of our seasonal merchandise io of you big savings on summer olher summer furnishings. Slop fine values we have for you. suits, slacks, shirts and all in loday and look over lhe fat ih« Center of Pennsylvania Free Parking At Rear of Store While You Shop . 229 S. Allen St. • AD 8-1241 CKHAKPERJACKHARrEBJACKHAKI 'Kl.JACKHARPEIUACKHAl.PERJACKHA M JACK HARPER SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE 4 DAYS ONLY SUITS - - DACRON - - WOOL - - TROPICAL SWI1 _^ $85.00 NOW $67.95 $79.50 NOW $62.95 $65.00 NOW $51.45 $60.00 NOW $46.98 $49.95 NOW $39.95 DACRON COTTON WASH & WEAR $42.50 NOW $33.95 $39.95 NOW $31.95 $32.50 NOW $25.95 _SBf_.DT COATS -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

USED FIREARMS? USED BOWS? BUY m m AT WITH THE BLACK GRANITE FRONT 111-115 5. ALLEN ANNUAL SUMMER STARTS TODAY Our annual clearance sale of fine men s wear is underway. You will find large reductions in Summer Suits and Sport Coals, swim wear, shirts and sport shirls and many many other items. Listed below are only a few of the many values. ... ! •• ....<.._ •- _ India Madras Washable HASPEL SUITS _ Tail0i ;ed °f crinkle-resistant SPORT COATS _^ aSntic «?VMI- _ _) dacron & cotton by Americas Madras plaid. Subtle tones. Natural finest maker of washable clothing. shoulder styling. NOW 2n J5 were 39.95 were 32.50 NOW * )* ) JC Jantzen Wide assortment of plaid and solid SWIM TRUNKS Bacron-Cotton swim shorts. All sizes were 5.00 NW 3.65 BERMUDA SHORTS well styled — washable & wrinkle resistant dacron & cotton poplin. were 5.95 NOW o QC Arrow Button-down rollar- solids SPORT SHIRTS and patterns . La...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 20 July 1961

Women wear white blouses or white sweaters and white shirts Men wear dark suits, ties WITH YOU PLEASE BRING $2 NOTE: Any 1962 graduate desiring to hav* rather than during LaVie portrait made now Fall Term may do so. AUGUST GRADUATES MUST HAVE PORTRAITS TAKEN for the 1962 LA V E /_% \_JSt_3 Before Graduation At Studio Of Infinity Enterprises, Inc 319 W. Beaver Ave., State College, Pa t Booking for Summer Fall Terms All rooms with hot & cold .running water or private bath . . . maid service . . . inner-spring mattresses . . , Television . . . Parking . . Central Location . . . Quiet for rest and Study. Call Mrs. Cox AD 7-7792 or AD 7-4850 THE Lo(onlal Jsfotet 123 W. NITTANY AVE. Weekend -Accommodations for Family & Friends, including Football Weekends AD 8-8381 FRANK'S HOAG1E HAVEN Gall Frank Tonite And Pick a Winner From His Wide Assortment of SUBMARINES (He has 8 Kinds) as well as m "Dreams, books, are each a worl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

_§ummn* fiifflaUwtfatt FOR A BETTER PENN STATE Seems Dead —Cull.gUn Photo by Tom Browrn ON THE MALL . . . SUNNY SUMMERTIME SYMPHONY finds students and faculty sitting and listening to the Orchestra concert presented Sunday. The concert was given by high school students attending the summer music training program sponsored by the Music Department. The next pro will be a band concert By MAXINE FINE It seems almost certain that the University's request for a $6 million addition to the $18.3 million budget proposed by Gov. Lawrence is a dead issue, Sen. Jo Hays, D-Centre, said last night. A chance for added appropriations now rests with a bill that the House will consider during the week of August 7, he said. The bill, which was proposed by Lawrence and selected by his special bi-partisan committee on education is a 2 per cent tax on rents, royalties, dividends and capital dividends, the Senator said. . THE GOVERNOR'S committee unanimously agreed that if the bill is passed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

— STARTS SATURDAY — HIS NAME AND FAME RASE OVER THE SEAS OF THE WORLD! b i__Phg» _VtBBt f imi\m REASTIUN m CINEMASCOPE _^_"_> —• SNt KtRif« M_*M mas Feat: 1:30. 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 \ . . -._t*T-i _~_w ?_ftr" Try Dinner at Duffy's Dining room open from 5 to 9:30. Your favorite beverages served from 4:30 to midnight. (Closed on Sunday) August graduates who want to cap the day with a memorable meal: Duffy's will. be open from 1 to 9:30 p.m. on graduation day. In Boalsburg, 4 miles east of State College on Route 322 hum right at the Texaco Station) A TRAIL/OF VIOLENCE y BEHIND J_*L St THEM! MiSW FfQSfCfni mm wmm tmm • wmm t sue m_® 1 _msnil h t'Cftog Eastman COLOR A COLUMOA PlCruflES RaEASt m .____£_'... ,.*_». >?$W' LINDA CRISTAL C* ANDY DE _W - _* _*V NOW SHOWING 1:30. 3:30. 5:30, 7:30. 9:30 JOIIH MclNlIRt • —COMING SUNDAY--ft—K '"One of the Year's Best »» THE BEST RUSSIAN «> —N.Y. Times -Herald Tri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

Spring Summer DRESSES _V_% & V* OFF for DOLLAR DAYS 4-H-5-H-+-5_'***_4«{^^_"{_-_*4--5--H-W-4-4_>4«{"M"J"i' and SEE OUR COME IN New FALL DRESSES _«H-4-W^^H-**^^'_^H~{-J--'H--5-H~H~!--{-_>i_''t' 124 East College Ave, State College fact or fiction_. fad or fancy, You'll find thousands of volumes now on sale at Keelet s, during dollar days. You can save up 70% off the list _prica on a boatload of books now on sale. You'll find a partial listing of the book bargains on pages 6 and 7. Browse there, then stop in and browse at ... KEELER'S The University Book Store Across from the Cast Campus Gate I _TDIlIOd 1_UDDQTS ud _uom 3 and a flourish at 2 • _»-" _ • rH _** When he's not near you University Has Daily Quakes SALESMAN ILLEGALLY TRIES TO SELL MAGAZINES to a group of coeds. Under the guise of taking a public opinion poll, he and other salesmen tried to get students to buy magazines. In doing so they violated a Univer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

I Would maize WRirreAi Before, But i forgot aabout You. A Quasi-Ridiculous Policy The time has come to reconsider the University s quasi-ridiculous transfer housing policy. The policy is an insult to Commonwealth Campus students who supposedly have equal standing with students at this campus and a sore reminder of a lack of administrative forethought. Two reasons have been given by the Administration for requiring that all transferring upperclassmen without "valid" excuses stay in residence halls for at least a year. The first is that the residence halls must be filled or the University loses money. When the Board of Trustees made the ruling in December there were over 1,000 vacancies in the dormitories. This was brought about by the combination of a poorly constructed busines deal and a foolish faith in the State Legislature. The University made an oral agreement with the State, saying that it would float loans and build residence halls for the predicted higher enrollmen...

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