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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

$ 1V - Billion Cut in Taxes Announced by Kennedy; Balanced Budget Tipped COTTON ANYONE?—Magician C. Shaw Smith which bawl inlo flame when he opened it. In adoffers member* of the audience cotton ear plugs dition to being a professional magician. Smith while his children demonstrate their musdal is also director of student activities at Davidskills. Smith presented a" _variety of magical son College in North Carolina_, tricks including "Dean Lion's Personal Diary" —CollrffUn Photo br "Tom Brown* WASHINGTON ..V) — A $l1 -.-bill'on "tnx cut" for American business- was announced yesterday by President Kennedy, who _s.ud it will spur economic growth ami create jobs. The action permits _larger tax deductions for firms that keep their plants up to date. Secretary of the Treasury Dougl._is Dillon pointed to the move as evidence that the Kennedy administration is pro-business. He predicted an immediate upward impact on the economy. THE STEEL INDUSTRY, which had a notable falling-out ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

¦¦»¦ m _^" * ir( *_F Trr 7 _Trj_^ _^ _Kplft _^ HM K_f*J Y ^^~_Te»* —Vi 1*1 ->___wl_lll-ifitf^**_'_^Hr *"* V* " _i w _o_^_fV***** _] _jj THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY THE GATES' T GER AT A Christopher Fry Adaptation Of a Play by Jean Glraudoux COMING FOR TWO WEEKS . . . Tuesday through Saturday, July 17r 28 A Muscial Revue by James Thurber "A THURBER CARNIVAL" FOR RESERVATIONS. Call UN 5-7586 Before 6—or Stop By * the Box Office, 204 Schwab Auditorium STUDENTS: A 50c Discount on any ticket for Tuesdey through Thursday performances m Graduate Student Association DANCE Friday, July 13,196? VFW HALL (Opposite Bus Station) 9 P.M. - 1 A.M. Admission 25c & W Music by DUKE MORRIS & ORCHESTRA NEXT DANCE ... OCT. 12 Tickets at HUB or at the door Uproarious, Mult Sophisticated (kgriedy! '*"' ' i _«____« \ "k _hfSB&r-' _TEiatT oucia '°£I_© ___ „._ <HG YOUNG Committee Defeats Tax Bill WASHINGTON 0P)-_~The Senate Fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

SOLITAIRES . to Tit your budget Distinctive solitaires in fashions, latest settings Cfl-v-IEflta SmmmCthm._Pt Buy Now, Try Now, Save 20% Now!! FORMFIT "Let's Fall An Love" SALE For Month of July Only FAMOUS UPLIFT STYLE 588 "ESS" 3for **6® Lasting lift! Cup* art circte-stilehcd with Nylo-Braid for shaping ard Support. On-•rous clastic Iront band ret«a_»e tor comfort and fit. Cotton _batista. _Wbita, A_32 lo C3S. rOPMFn row facts: _«a cettoo. _oxvar resh as a breeze all the time _&m Hi It's easy to slay fresh_, neat, crisp, cool as ¦ breeze, whan you let BALFURD'S do all your dry-cleaning and pressing. _l'_w_> ¦_s l» » ] Zr • Quality as you expect it.. i Service when you need it a GfeoitirU- 4 LaW_^fceU- 111 8. GARNEH ST. 307 W. BEAVER AVE. SAVE MONEY © i mtunmiwimmit RUBBER-ORIENTAL ZORI THONGS Womens and Mens » 27< Sold _altewhere for 59c OPEN _FRI. & MON. UNTIL 9 THIS WEEK ON C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

_4_& \_i f\(ZZ\ -J" /A UtWSfiETSTlVvK c? \ Coecf Shows Jnferesf /n Mar kef O THE. EDITOR: I enioye Up for Adoption Some universities have fairly normal problems such as ldck of ifunds, need for facilities _^ and less than capacity enrollments. However, Penn State has a very unusual problem. We are a jS'tate university that lacks a state. We are _essentially like the man without a country—he tried to recognize his country, but his country would have nothing to do wjth him. The traditional problem here seems to be the definition of a state university. The University_, believing that it has a; state, pays Penn svlvania due homase. Miss _mehan We operated on a double standard, charging reduced tuition 'rates to in-state students. The University proudly names residence hall units after the counties in the state with great ceremony and publicity. It is as if we recognize our lack of acceptance andjare trying to gain St county i by county,. ; , The final and mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

BUS LEAVES: Pollock A Parking Lot 1:00 Whipple* For Return 4:30 BIKE REPAIRS PARTS ACCESSORIES Wesfern Auto New Bikes—I yr. Guarantee 112S.FHAZIERST AD 7-7M2 i _Jl Meet a man who owns your electric company He's an automobile mechanic. Perhaps a neighbor or a friend of yours. For automobile mechanics invest in electric light and power companies. Just as tire sales men and map makers and automotive engineers and road builders do. Point is: people own your power company. Not the government, the city or the Hate. But people with savings to invest. Your power company is investor-owned by people like you. It Is free enterprise at work to help Keep America Powerful. WEST PENN POWER faveetor-ewiMtf, tax-paying—— _aawvln_? WUT_*r» _vCNNaylvanle KAMI'S DRESS SHOP CLEARANCE SALE STARTS TODAY DRASTIC REDUCTIONS - ON — DRESSES - SUITS - COATS SKIRTS - SHORTS - BLOUSES OPEN TILL 6:30 P.M. So. Allen Street I Forces at Work lln American Theatr By WALTER H. WALTER...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

Friday, July 13 ** 8:30-12:30 Pollock Rec Room Admission 25c per person GIRLS FREE 'til 9:30 Everybody 9 s At The 1 POLLOCK RECORD _? »»i -J«, ~^5— m GOING, GOING AND STILL GOING mJ_^ez a Belter hurry now. Our Semi-Annual clearance tale u still on — but, it can't last forever l ! 1 Remember—Regular Merchandise from Reaular Stockl HABERDASHERY Good Values... Going Fasl mA _j>^ Wash & Wear Suits ... S19.93 and 29.99 Wash & Wear Sport Coats ... S21.99 Shoes ... $8.00 and 11.00 Sport shirts and Polo shirts ... $2.59 up Wash slacks... $4.49 - Raincoats ... S9.99 and 13.99 to *_m Center of _fennsytvania Fnee Parking At Hear of Store While You Shop • 229 S. Allen St. • AO 8-1241 HERLOCHER'S TAKE-OUT Dorm Delivery PIZZA SANDWICHES SHAKES BAR-B-QUED CHICKEN 227 E. Beaver Ave. Call AD 8-0518 Lilje to Speak At Schwab _resSonsibilitv of the librarv'is to Bishop Lilje has been a fre ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

clearance sale' Almost entire stock, including suits, jackets, . twimwear, 20% off. PARISH'S 13_J S. GARNER STREET Campus Shopping C«ntn ft Were Marked Down from $14.95 to fi $5.00 R > _, Summer Sport Shirts BERMUDAS Were NOW $4.95 — $4.48 $5.95 — $4.98 $6.95 — $5.98 SHORT SLEEVE Values in '1 _fi. ! Now 2 for $5.00 Get His At Hur's _fflur 0 mm* _®hav 114 E. College Ave SPECIAL PURCHASE MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Values to $4.98 $2." Be cool, be comfortable, save now on fine quality walk shorts. Choose from seersucker and linen weaves.'Ivy styled. Assortment of colon. Be early! Quantity is limited. QXVMr SUMMER SUMMER SPORT COATS SUITS Were NOW Were NOW *2L% *18.98 '29.98 '24.98 '39.88 '32.98 '29.98 '24.98 '39.98 '32.98 '50.00 '41.98 '59.98 '48.98 It SENIORS WHO PLAN To Graduate September 1st may order INVITATIONS and ANNOUNCEMENTS at the HUB Desk July 9 through July 20 Americans Can L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 12 July 1962

0 «> 0 c OFF New Books # Large Selection of Books In Every Field hildren's Books ART, COOKBOOKS, FICTION, HISTORY, etc i» FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY •> m-:¦ _-•_i ' _^ BEMEMBER by Boris Pas ternak [FRESHMAN WRITING by Olhe Dcnew pBALLET IN MOSCOW TODAY h by Hclene Bellew [IDEAS ON FILM ed. by Cecile Slarr DAUGHTERS AND REBELS: -The Auto biography of Jessica Mitford FIRST INTO OUTER SPACE by _/ Theodore J. Gordon & Julian Scheer GOD AND MAN IN WASHINGTON by Paul Blanshard iKOVARSKY'S WORLD { by Anatol Kovartky ;the great wall of France by V, Rowe COOKING THE FRENCH WAY by E. Smart Ik A. Ryan THE CHILD AND HIS PLAY by Hazel Kepler , THE SPANI SH TOWN PAPERS by E. Arnot Robertson TIP ON A DEAD JOCKEY by Irwin Special $4.00 Shaw $3.95 were $3.75 $3.50 $7.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.95 $3.50 $2.95 $4.50 S1.00 SI.00 $1.00 S1.00 S1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 S1.00 $3.73 Now $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 THE UNIVERSE OF MEANING by S. Reiss RITUAL IN T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

Packard Points to Need For Public Skepticism By_^ NANCY McCORKLE ; _^ -Americans need to develop a public awareness and skepticism to counteract powerful persuasion tactics of Big Business, Big Eabor and Big Government, Vance Packard, author Of the best-seller, "Hidden _persuaders," said Tuesday in Schwab. . ! Packard opened the School Administrators Conference with5 his speech on!"America in Upheaval: Seven Great Changes; in I Our Times." ' < ' " OCCURRING simultaneo u s 1 y with advances in our society] pressure techniques of these i large impersonal institutions Jiave ;'also changed; And the values of; the American! people have 'changed too, as we head toward aj more _.heathenistic and fun-loving jculture_, Packard said., J j. Big Business bombards bepple with persuasive advertising. > For example, : he said,, some f home builders are now jusing French words in their advertising slogans and prompting the executive-type home to attract the status-seekers. ¦ The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

All Welcome j «WV/I ' 4 I Foundation Try our excellent cuisine with specialties! _Catoxlna to _discriminatin tastes, we know youU bo pleased with our delicious foods — so expertly prepared so graciously served! Sizzling steak dinner unth tasty trimmings Try a delicious Steak Dlnnet at The EUTAW HOUSE 1] Mito East of Stat* College... Potters MiHf PSOC I Rock Climbing Sunday, July 22 Beginners Welcome Bring own water & lunch Meet 9:30 A-M- in, front of RecHall Phone AD 8-.3390 Uproarious, Adult Sophisticated Comedy! _Tfia _tTouch of Mini*- — ' ne-tnfsn COLOR •AUDREY MEADOWS —GIG YOUNG A Uoi* _HMnUfiutiw! R«le«t ——— Fearuretime—1:30. 3:34. S:_IZ. 7:42. 9:37 STARTS SUNDAY — NOW.. .THE ADVENTURE OF THE AGES FOR ALL TO SEE JaeKtlieC4_iiwtKOto _HffUSCOPE TED9K0L0R ^^_mawm 3-Day Exam Period Set A _survey of all University de- cent wu: have three exams the that these _studentr grades may &e partr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

SAVE MON ! EY maanm. o MURPHY'S are Bargain Pricing ail NATIONALLY ADVERTISED TOILETRIES Family size Colgate Family size Gieem, Crest, 20% off Bayer Aspirirr-ioo Tablet _iIm Prell— large concentrate VO 5 $1 size Economy size Suave OPEH FRI., HON. & _TfiURS. UNTIL B y A New -Fine China Pattern /¦• j by Lenox _TfebleaU by LENOX-A _magnificentry rich mosaic motif Fn green, beige and PompeLan red. Each mosaic is framed by a delicate5 brown moulding, creating a mood of classic elegance and dignity. Banded with 24-k.goW. 5-piece place setting $24.99 ima/hm.a_* Special Value! WOMENS TRAVEL and PLAY SLIPPERS REGULARLY 3.98 & 4.98 SPECIALLY 0.98 PRICED Vj P Gay little slippers,"perfect for leisure, play or travel. Leather, velvet, corduroy, brocade _gnd floral prints. With small heel, fold compactly ' in their own clear, plastic travel case. omAcff Stale College Monday Student Sing ; A student sing will be held at 8 p.m. in Schwab. Hum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

DONTMx/k'NoaJ AtfoflflkAuaoaf THATS B_^_spfOR _SAVSTHI5 IS A _HtW.TE_^5?kl51AtfNBELl6f I" _^ _XC JS _\Afar of Compromises Continues in Geneva 'J lie war of _eminrorhisc:-, is on again in Geneva. Like a brH _j'l'_jy, this conference keeps going on and on with veiy little new dialogue and with little detectable action. The principle players, Soviet delegate Valerian A. _Zorih and U.S. Ambassador Arthur Dean, continually vie for the spotlight with neither making much _^ headway. j Dean no sooner alludes to a compromise than Zorin rejects it. Dean said before the conference "opened that the U.S. would i*& willing to do away with the previously instated upon internationally staffed seismic -detection stations inside Russia if the Soviet Union _wouldU .accept international inspection of its territory. -In his opening speech-to the newly resumed conference, Zorin rejected this compromise. In rejecting the informal proposal, Zorin repeated his y_/ell worn lines, "We are ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

Mateer Sta + MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL, who is the best acting apprentice of them all, might be iht thought of Bob Valanty as ha applies his makeup before going on stage. _Valanry. a recent Penn State graduate, plays several roles including the wolf In the fable. "The Wolf at the Door." BEFORE EACH WEEK'S PRODUCTION the sets axe built and assembled In TAPS, the converted Nitiany Dining Halt Joan Skew, assistant to the designer, paints while Ronald Dobkins. an acting apprenlice, works on one of the panels. RADIO ANTENNAS?—No, these are wire frames bent to look like Thurber'. famous pen line characters. Dancer Anita Goshko Is having her wire caricature painted by dancer Gene Maiale. whose wire frame is in turn being painted by Joe Bella, manager of costumes and properties. These ballet-set characters dance between scenes under ultraviolet lamps so that the audience sees only the glowing wire frames. LITTLE GIRL IS STOPPED BY A WOLF while going _lojier grand mother's bouse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

.« The Only Way To Describe The POLLOCK RECORb HOP FRIDAY, July 20 5:30-17:30 w Pollock 1 Rec _koom Giris Free Til 9:15 . Admission 25c per person Special MEN'S" Value/ "BRYSON" SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS 2.99 i,: Cool, summer-right light weight, w a s: h ' n wear pima cotton. Dripdry. Need little or no ironing. Choice of-ithree collar styles -regulUr button-down and tabber snap. Short sleeves, white onlyl _oxuct 0, State College LEV NE BROS 147. S, Allen St., Siafe College, Pa Calling All Females For that cool feeling in this sweltering heat-Shop at Levine Bros. Madras Bermudas for the ridiculous price of $3.95. And Poplin-Dacron Bermudas for $3.50 _^ iiiiiiiiiiiniiinnminiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniiiiiminiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiimiiiiiii'iiiiiliwiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiim MEN "~ We haven't forgotten the male sex. Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale is now in progress EVERYTHING FROM OUR _REGULAR STOCK HAS BEEN GREATLY REDUCED 120 Will Attend Encampment Works...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

BERMUDA DACRONWOOL TROPICAL 48 3 2 now only were 5 were 65.00 SHORTS now only SUITS BTJTTON-DOWN COLLAR ARROW HALF SLEEVE SHIRTS *h were 5.00 '. now only 3.93 now only SPORT SHIRTS DRESS • _m *- . 1-_^3 Alterations Done at Cost f, All Sales Cash and Final MEN'S STORE STATE COLLEGE Now.thru July 28 THURBER fccsxv_^1 } ?U» awtnam /> _t ANNUAL SUMM ER j_^ S Now is the time to save on quality men's clothing and sportswear. Starting this morning—Our Annual t Summer Sale!! Our stoclr includes a large selection _jr, r / ' ' . I i: of Ughtweight suits, sport jackets, sport _shirtfe, swim- -L 7 / j : \ 'f , wear and other summer apparel. Listed below are _^jmir-_>, / . _( ' only a few. I ¦ • A " ht \/ I In-It It A 9 COTTON BATIK v — —I «re 16.95 now only, 11 JANTZEN DACRON-COTTON POPLIN 22 29 SWIM TRUNKS were 5.00 were 29.95 now only SUITS WASH N WEAR WASH *N WEAR were 39....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 19 July 1962

BRAND X DISC NT You Can's Beat Sale r 21st. MONDAY 23rd FRIDAY 20th WAS NOW e WAS NOW Hoover Cannister Sweeper Childrens Playpen t Swing & Slide Set $59195 7:85 $38.50 3.95 12.95 22.50 4.98 29.95 Royal "Future" Typewriter 20 Piece Pprex Ware 8 inch Electric Fan" Throw Rugs-All Colors "Carry All" Vacation Suitcase Men's Bathing Trunks 142.95 19.95 7.50 3.25 12.95 4.95 82.50 6.95 2.95 1.89 5.25 1.79 2 3 1195 9l95 Ice Cream Freezer Hip Boots (6 qua t electric) • _&95 4 Cycle 95 Lawn Mower 4 USED PENG PONG TABLES ~ $32.50 New —ARE NOW 12.95 :_" : : :::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::: _^ interior Exterior Paint |$1.69 gal, • Mens & Boys Sneakers 'odd lot' 50% off Workshoes - 20% Off • Thayer Full Size Crib & Mattress 27.95 Sparkplugs - Set of 8 v i 1.29 • Childrens Books 30% off Fishing Tackle greatly reduced • Imported Tennis Rackets .98 Womens Shoes 'odd lot' j 50% off • 45 R. P. M. Records 6 f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 26 July 1962

&nmmttfm (EnUwjtan ella Claims an Power _POtt A BETTER PENN STATE UNIVERSITY PARK. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. JUtY 26. 1962 -j'^' j_* I —dltcl.n pImu _fcy Ridtur4 L_*wmn4ow»kl GUITARS PLUS SONGS—These three guitar-plucking students leading & _songfest in the Pollock area are Pete Miller, 4th term liberal axis major; Saul Broudy, 4ih term student in the Division of Counseling: and Dave'Bieking. 7th term music _education major. Tizi Oiuou, 65 miles east of Algiers_, they denounced Ben Bella's forces as Fascists. THEY SAID the port of Bone was under attack by Ben Bella forces and there had bet'n many dead and wounded in fighting at Constantine, in the interior. Unofficial reports reaching Algiers said both Cities had been captured by Ben Bella's men. Boudiaf called on former guerrillas who fought the French for 7 Ms years to form resistance units. Many of these guerrillas resent the Algerian regular army, the backbone of Ben Bella's movement, because it sat ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 26 July 1962

*™"L HOW PLAYING _M&aa-wsw- "_^_"_"HmU \_b_%l^' _EMSur_»m<->kist. _ima . _-*m,i,xxttmf «¦%«¦« _asa iimmnVM FEAT. 2:' 1.4:37.7:03, tfcf7 _IflSBHffi* —Starts SUNDAY—EDGAR AJ_*LEN FOE'S "PREITATURE BURIAL" with VINCENT PRICE PSOC Rock Climbing Sunday, July 22 Begi nners Welcome Bring ova w iter It lunch Meet 8:30 AJ1 in front of Hec. Hall Phone AD 8-3390 (Bring Own Surimming Gear) Merrill's Marauders JEFF CHANDLER ty _HAROiN PETER BROWN [ WILL HUTCHINS ANDREW DUGGAN • CLAUDE AKINS iMmsMsrmKmtmvw- Bag THmwCOLOR* i«WARUERBRQ_§ H _j _£LL THE KING'S MEN by Robert Perm Warren S£ U m s A Musical Revue by James Thurbez THUBBER CARNIVAL _~_zr _* }!•$£ t * MOW SHOW MB 1:50-3:45-5:40-7:35-9:30 Incredible True Story of the nightmare mission that set new standards of' heroism and endurance! THIS WEEK ON CAMPUS 1 , _, Environment of Future Office Described by Education Prof Today Concert The Curtis String Quart...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 26 July 1962

Don I forget NEWMAN CLUB PICNIC Leaves—Eisenhower Chapel SUNDAY at VM S- m[St_^ > *"*> I IBcnwu, _Vntwi FOR THE LIFETIME AHEAD The lovely _Towle pattern you _ulect here wifl not _ooty capturt your affection_, but will _ktep it ova the yean. And the more you use sterling silver, the lovelier it gets. *•** »• **¦ **¦>* jif $37.33 T« Spans, _fn««43J aHtfHF)_actL _fraiB S&OO o JotGjIj—.P_*. J arefreeas a summer vacation Enjoy that _caxefro* fooling that comet with knowing you look your beat ... on vacation or at Penn State. The neat; crisp look from BALFURD will make _erery day more fun to lire. W / _^r~ QUALITY AS YOU EXPECT IT. SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT fl 4-LqauwMU OW_*_u 111 S. GAHHEB ST. 807 W. BEAVER AVE. The Perfect Luggage for Vacation Travel I RAYON PLAID LUGGAGE Black Stewart and _McLaod Plaid* Lighter to carry and stow. No lid to warp, locks and hinges to break. Smartly styled i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 26 July 1962

«_W_^ H_^w<^ "V :" *w r_?_c: _-_^--: -f~< <_a _" u_^JE (¦_JHATS THE-5EN_56 IN BUtflNG AN ICG CREAM GONePGR SNOOPV? _HOU) 15 HE 60_INS TO EAT IT? o* /Vame Game Town fathers in Pennsylvania have provided the state with a mammoth gazeteer of place names. When preparing for a trip recently, I was intrigued by the variety of names, from Shy Beaver to Unicorn or Frugality to Drinker and Bran dy Camp. Pennsylvania town names can be placed in some rough classifibati o n s. beginning perhaps with the more religious aspect—;uch as Church I o w n, : ^* WBBBB Church v i * 1 e, ¦ _^_W _^m Donation, An- ' _^ gels, Bethesda, Beth 1 e h e _> _m, M,ss M,LL8 Galilee, Jordan, Lebanon and Zion. - For the more classicallyminded, we find Apollo, Arcadia. Athens, Cassandra. North Rome, Troy. Ulysses and Venus. If you like to eat there's Cherry Grove, Nectarine, Pancake or Plum, Pa. America's history is not to be forgotten through Independence, Liberty. Pres...

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