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

Latest PAPERBACKS in Slock V_«nd#rw_»rf ... ACIDS. BASES, and thm CHEMISTRY of the COVALENT BOND KUffw ... THE MOLE CONCEPT IN CHEMISTRY SUl-r . . . CHEMISTRY IN NON-AQUEOUS SOLVENTS Wormiar ... THE STORY OF THE LAW _Walkavr ... JAMES FENIMORE COOPER Bronowskl . . . WESTERN INTELLECTUAL TRADITION Slekel . . . COMPULSION AND DOUBT Cathw ... O PIONEERS!! Grafaaan... FOLK MUSIC. U. S. A. PENGUIN POETS RIMBAUD KEELER'S THE UNIVERSITY SOOKSTOM 206 f. _CoIImm Avatnif* CAR WASH BEHIND WESLEY FOUNDATION Saturday, July 28 10 a.m. - II per Antiques — 3 p.m. car {k price Sponsored by the Wesley Foundation lllltllllllllllllllllllllfllllllllHIIIIIfllllllllllllllilinililllllflHIIIIIIII IIIIIIfllHI Picket Line i is *'"_£_* t'. ''- fv ^* .-i- * .'p-; r V-t_^-_^-l r._s' ,4-:'.:-: 4-s * .. "-it --< -1 * _^ m«^^_PPf_"_M: _OT g.\,--] : : ¦*1_'_-' _*_-si/;:. < '_^S'v_^J_^_rifai_^ _• ..-> _, I ..-.'. ¦ _* < -; '- rK I—• .' Vt' V. J ...

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

Dicks Summer Clearance Sale j LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS... Women's BASEBALL GLOVES All Tennis Rackets 20% off "WHITE SNEAKERS WERE $2930 NOW $16.50 CloMi-out—WERE $440 WERE $24. NOW $16 Now $2.99 Big Savings Oh All GOLF CARTS WERE $17.35 Now $12.95 — _llll_'llllW FISHING EQUIPMENT GOLF CLUBS GOLF BAGS Men' * FISHING BOOTS 2 Woods. S lions and Bag.I A WERE $25 'WERE $1435 Now $10.95 Now $14.50 NOW 549.95 W _Deck's Sporting Goods 262 & BEAVER AVE. (Kappa Sigma BWg.] SAVE MONEY MEN'S & WOMEN'S 100% Nylon WINDBRUKERS *694 White, Black. Red. Green, Bl Smell. Medium. Large NorTcx Sportswear Advertised in '"Lite" OPEN FRL HON. & THUfiS. UNTIL 8 Wac S< WE'RE STILL GOING STRONG _^ HABERDASHERY _" %Q_0 VALUES. VALUES U MORE VALUES ARE STILL AVAIL- I . " __^ ABLE AT THE TOP OF THE ,'—; _~ _T_^T HILL ON ALiLEN. m It* Center of _rtantyrviUsi •Free parking al rear of store while you shop ...

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

White Ducks Tapered cuffs and ivy modeled. All sixes from 29-40 Regular $4.98 Value Now al $3.98 P.S. To go along with tho White Ducks Hur's also has a sale on SNEAKERS 1 were 4.98 now 3.98 Also, the sale on all summer stock is still continuing at Hurt Get His At Hur's _lurfa mm _&to ! U4E. College Ave CKHAJtPERJACKKARrERJACKHARr'ERJAL'KHARPERJACKHARrKIMACKHARPKRJAtKH ARPKRJACatHAIIPXaUAC'K m mmti L-ujfom -3«o/» _Zror ff/tn . j- ' SALE !'.'.-' i - j Sale Begins TODAY ... July 26 SALE Atherton and Southwick Suits Regular Price Sala Price $41.95 .... .$47.95 $49.95 $57.9$ ..... .$62.95i $47.50 j $75.95! $55.00 , $62.50 $65.00 I $72.50 ; $79.50 j $85.00 ! $95.00 of SALE j Atherton and South wick Sport Coats ¦ Price ¦ • . Saw Prlc* j ; ¦ : ....$25.95- -I .; ....$31.95 ' . $39.50* ..' $47.95: L * „ ' Regular i $32.95 $39.95 ] $49.50 $62.50 SALE • ¦ Jack Harper Summer Slacks Regular $10.95 $12.95 $15.95 $17.95 Price ' Sew ...

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

BIKE REPAIRS PARTS ACCESSORIES Western Auto Ntw Bikes—I yr. Guarantee U2S.FRAZIERST. AD T-7M2 WORK WANTED mama m*mmw_*mm**mu*»»m_*u***9»_fm+ TYTINC': Report*. Thesis. Term Tar*™ e«cre*poiiaenc*, etc; technical or nontechnical. Reasonable rates. Call AD 7 im. - MUL.T1I.ITHING AND Typing " of " thesis ' teporta. terra _papers. Call AD 7-7P&6. WAN1-ED WH»»Mt»Mai_«MtM«_MIM_(_IHmHIMIs>s> •••¦¦••••••< _COVriaK WITH _quirt Uby -Wirt* care of private horn*? for Kail _TVrm. )i*62t ot _fumi»h»^ _*mo _bedroom _apartment. Writ*' John firo_*n. S_<1 K**nr*r St. Fhila. "0. Pa. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Campus, Patrol, on the Pennsylvania State University is in possession of a number of bicycles found on or about the Campus, owners unknown. Owners are invited to claim their bicycles at ad-I c_^ I dress below by furnishing proper identification. Bicycles not claimed will be considored abandoned and subject to sale at a publ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

_fbnmwii fflmiMtat FOR A BETTBl PENN STATE Tougher Controls Asked on Drugs WASHINGTON (AP) — Presi-test which have been under way dent Kennedy spoke out yesterday for tougher controls over such hazardous' drugs as the tranquilizer thalidomide and for leg_* islation to allow their "immediate removal from the market." . ^' THALIDOMIDE is, the German product which has "been blamed lor thousands of deformities in babies whose mothers took it during their pregnancies. It was the first and last topic of concern at Kennedy's news conference. In between, the President did a high, school level by sending the _Jajt of international and domestic schools pamphlets about the out- prodding in other fields_, standing graduates. , • Kennedy prodded Russia to ; Since Bruce, Harrison resigned make a switch and go back t0 its _iieo _^ir _™ a_£man_? ..p *_£ ,5 earlier position accepting the idea USG-WDFM Committee. Gerald of int_^ationai _&_sp_£tion to Koerner 7th term student, wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

0 is the word for th< 0/ e * 9 POLLOCK RECORD HOP Friday, August 3 8:30 -12:30 Pollock 1 Rec Room 6irb Free til S:S5 ADMISSION 25c per persoa Matriculation Cards Required for Admission | COMEDY SCREAM OF THE YEAR! DID SHE ... OR DID SHE? Wo m»an murder her husband .. . Don't YOU miss the uproarious doings-oat mow fit _W_m_ W^_MBS_3 1:00-4:30 f . JAP. V a *#i W ##iw _j J 7tO0-8:_29 Wa3—*_ULM^^_SSAuLa "Send Me No Flowers A delightful comedy by Barasek & Moore For _reserraiionsj call UN 5-7586 or! stop by 204! Schwab Auditorium t Students: A 50c discount on any ticket'for Tuesday through Thursday performances Inside The Rode Called Mcatraz They Tried To Chain A Volcano HAROLD _HECKTPRESDCTS BURT LANCASTER BIRD MAN *1 OF % ALCATRAZ »«ltuto ttira imtTID MTISTJ A Political Drama by Robert Penn Warren ALL THE KING'S MEN _kSfc> sLlBSawe sm m* _iwra s_«J uun-mxi 10-Day Truce) Ends Filibuster WASHINGTON ( AP)— A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

STATE COLLEGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Begins Today—Terrific Student Values BE| SURE TO CHECK ALL THE ADVERTISEMENTS FOR FANTASTIC SAVINGS E5 VnCAg_. P. •nK8_WSKSR»«3S_»'awra: ^^^ U Dollar Days Values I ?S_3 l1 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday, Friday, Saturday DRESSES and SKIRTS I :\ Vz ' BATHING SUITS I - '/_sOFF I NYLON PARTIES ! 8Sc Price SHORTS and SLACKS I (/30FF TREMENDOUS VALUES! KALINS DRESS SHOP i 130 S. ALLEN ST ¥t? t *&?*s?' _u_^_rrt* *". _st*?^, r*j--*'*-**_M _?_7_"^^,, *^*_'**_, _'/--X _swf»if3E, .r-,rrs5':_% DOLLAR DAYS JEWELRY—$1.00 BRACELETS EARRINGS NECKLACES _£J HALF PR CE— WATCHES PEARLS LIGHTERS THIS WEEK ON CAMPUS Today Band Concert The Summer Band under the direction_'of James W. Dunlpp will present a concert at 8 pan. in Schwab. The band consists of high school students, enrolled for the Band ' , Orchestra and Chorus School, as well as undergraduate and graduate students- : James D. Grant, of Williston Park; N.Y....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

kepubl lean Opportunity Summer Relaxation The summer term is billed as a "term like all others in the attempt to condition students' thinking on warm weather enrollment. More deliberate attempts are being made, however, to _inform the students of the social and recreational opportunities available to Ihenf in June, July and August than during the fall, winter and spring terms_. The planners and publicists of these summer programs —as well as ail other groups active this term—are to be commended for their efforts. Even though more organizations will function in the fall, and thus more activities will be available, many of these services deserve continuation then. . Students with varied entertainment likes can find their favorite means of relaxation throughout the summer. There have been several concerts this summer by the internationally-known Curtis String Quartet which many people have said "made" the summer term for them. The _dahciing public has been catered to by folk ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

_ipiini Behind the News imuiffiiniunnHiWBmasBrara^^ ¦ m I • 11111% lAf I I 1 _i iiiiniiiii in mmmmhb 1 Clark to apeak in HUB Wednesday B S CYRILLE ADOULA keu _fioures in current Congo questions MOISE TSHOMBE Sen. Joseph S. Clark. D-Pa., congressional elections, the AP will speak at 8:30 p.m. Wednes-i day in the Hetzel Union ballroom! at the invitation of the Univer-j sity. which has extended a similari invitation to all the candidates for major office in the forthcomingi .state elections. Rep. James E. Van Zandt, R-Pa.. will speak Oct 2. Van Zandt and Clark are campaigning" for the latter_'s seat in the U.S. Senate. The seat of junior senator Hugh' Scott, a Republican, is not up for, election this fall DATES FOR OTHER political speakers are expected to be settled soon. Each of the candidates has. selected a date to fit his own; schedule. Clark expressed the opinion yesterday that medical care for the aged will be a major issue in Pennsylvania's fall election campa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

are i ,~ -c: * ...• . V t Ii f _Jt . n ¦ ¦< ¦ 'il \ L j r "4 ii-.'f l _" _v:: - J777€_^ _« * V _^Lime \ ;^ Orange i tl§) Peach .;j So Cooling!! So Delicious! j - j j Real fruits give .Breyers sherbets; a deepeV_, more satisfying flavor. These heat-quenching sherbets ' ' ' are flavored vjith the finest of fruits: _Persian limes ... Valencia pranges . ;•'. Elberta peaches. All these superbjfruits'are carefully selected by Breyers for finest flavor. And Breyers skill makes these sherbets the,greatest of summer satisfiers. Enjoy them soon. Let the whole family enjoy them ' ¦ ': ' . ! I l •¦ ¦ ¦!; Quality Buyers ask lor Brey rs L I - ' \i _ti r: !" Pattee Takes Survey To Improve 'Service Questionnaires concerning the; services of Pattee Library and the books which are available to students have been prepared by mem- bers of the staff, Mrs. Margaret K. Spangler, assistant librarian, said yest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

six or "more terms; completed,;!and with high aver ages, will be _^ considered on ajjpart-tinfe basis dur ing remaining terms and full-time after gradu ation. . ~ > Attractive compensation and benefits are available, with a rewarding opportunity to _engage in one of _Science's most fascinating adventures—Mass Spectroscopy. . .. ' / Call AD 8-0541 for an appointment/to discuss qualifications with the Personnel _Director of NUCLIDE. 642 East ColleoB Avenut ai _Uniretiuy Driv_*_. HERLOCHER'S Dorm Delivery PIZZA BAR-B-QUED CHICKEN MILK SHAKES SANDWICHES 227 E. Beaver Ave Call AD 8-0518 BIKE REPAIRS PARTS ACCESSORIES Western Auto New Bikes—I yr. _Guarantee 112S.FRAZIEHST. AD 7-79S2 Discipline Action Taken Against 9 j ' — U.S. _Na»r _PhaU CLIMBING DOWN. ROPE NETS irom transport ships to landing craft in full combat uniform is a tricky operation for these Naval HOTC midshipmen. Familiarization with embarkation safety procedures is part of the amphibiou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

SAVE MON I EY S I lit Ct«*CTt M1IOT _ntnj CIGARETTES -- if Kings 20c ,u Wfll They Last Regular — Camel. Lucky Strike. Chesferfield _. Old Gold, Philip Morris, Kool. ;. Filler — Winston. Salem * Vicerorv, L & M. Marlboro, Old Gold. Newport, Raleigh, Kool, H. Tareyton, Kent, Hit Parade. • ¦ ; ' . Kings — Philip Morris. H- Tareyton, Raleigh, Cavalier, Pall Mall, Chesterfield. Old Gold. • STUDENTS ONLY OPEN FRI., MON. & THURS. UNTIL 9 altiesl Catering to discriminating tastes, we know you'll bo plaased with our delicious foods — to expertly prepared. 10 graciously served! Sizzling steak dinner* with tost if trimminc* Try a delicious Steak Dinner at The EUTAW HOUSE 13 Miles East of State College... Potters Mills J "THE TENDER TRAP" Wednesday evening, August 8 : ' • t FREE BUS PROVIDED ! Tickets Sold During Meal Hours August 5-8 Pollock l! Only $1.50 A.W.S _^ i THEATRE PARTY / '- at *? Boal Barn Playhouse Prize Photos On E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

PSOC Rock Climbing Sunday, August 5 Beginners Welcome Bring own water & lunch Meet 9:30 A.M. in front of •ReaHall Phone AD 8-33S0 (Bring Own Swimming Gear) Still going Dick's Su on... mmerCle aranceSale SWIM FINS MEN'S TENNIS DRY FLIES wore i'_.t.m NOW,37.95 wore $.1.05 NOW « n SNEAKERS reduced to were $7.95 $3.50 <_$_S£ NOW $6.50 per dor Limited Time Only MENS ZIPOUT PILE LINED Ail Weather COAT 24.98 value 19.98 Well tailored allweather coat — 65% dacron. 35% cotton. Slash pockets with zip out pile lining. Buy now for back to schooiand save_. _# I Ta * ardor ¦v ¦ KM to enjoy our THICK U.S. PRIME STEAK { /-DoaUb a _^leah _^._Jvt 4 Miles South or State College on Route 322 Everything riphl for your \ m important dinner date! Escort your lady to th* Boalsburg Steak House for memorable dining. A superb cuUlne and courteous Berries make Saving Stamp Boom Marked by Changes THE CURT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

I'm Going} to Hor's "Dollar Days" of the Final Summer Clearance Salie if—you really want to know I At The Dollar Table are sport and dress shirts, _liesj and vests all loir S1.00 Group of _lightweight Jackets for $2.00 ( Bermudas Swim Trunks Were*Now Were Now $3.95 SZ_38 ; $3.95 S23S $5.95 $4.48 $5.94 $4.4* A group of summer slacks for $3X0 _arttj a group' of sport shirts. 2 for $5.00 . Fingertip Raincoats were valued _al| $19.99 are now $8.00 Get His At Hut's lar a _tfo m Stoop 114 L College Ave r> DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS Thursday - Friday - Saturday ONE GROUP OF ONE GROUP OF Sport Coats Summer Suits including wash 'n _wnar poplins and dacron cf -wool tropical weights values from $29.95 to $69.50 Including plaids, batiks and solids 'wash and wear wrinkle proof fabrics values from $16.95 to $35.00 $19 $10 ONE GROUP OF . ENTIRE STOCK OF StrbwHats Famous Knox Cocoanuti and imported Milans. Regularly $5.95 and $6.95 Silk Ties Stripe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

Blood Disorder Sidelines Davis GUVKRESGEJACKHAnPERniTKRESfiEJACKHARPBRGlYKUESCEJACKHARPKR < .1 > a EVANSTON. HL (_rTJ — Halfback Ernie Davis of Syracuse is not expected to play pro football this season with the Cleveland Browns because of a blood disorder; requiring extended treatment and rest, the club's president_. Art Modell, said last night 1 Modell issued a statement after discussing Davis' condition with ;doctors who have been attending_^ ithe All-America in Evanston Hos-_| 'pital since Monday. > j Davis, 1961 Heisman Trophy j winner, was working out with the {college All-Stars anoVwas to have !played with them- against the! iGreehBay" Packers . National Foot-j .ball League champions, in Sol-;dier Field tomorrow night j Modell said the disorder was! !not contagious or infectious and' !no danger to the 'rest of the All-1 Star squad was involved. j' "At this moment it appears almost certain that Ernie will not; ]be able to play for the Browns_, ithis s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 August 1962

Keeler's I - BOOK CARNIV Begins TODAY [|- . • 509b to 709b <_jrff 11 Books in Every Field ¦f j * . were Now I REMEMBER by Boris Pasternak $3.75 _SLOO rRESHMAN WRITING b T Ollie Denew '$3.50 $1.00 BALLET IN MOSCOW TODAY : by Helenc Beliew '$7.00 S1.00 IDEAS ON FILM ed. by Cecile Slarr $4. _« >0 $1.00 DAUGHTERS AND REBELS: The Aulo- ! biography of Jessica Milford $4.00 S1.00 FIRST INTO OUTER SPACE by Theodore J. Gordon & Julian Scheer. $3.95 $1.00 COD AND MAN IN WASHINGTON by Paul _Blanshard $3.50 $1.00 KOVARSKY'S WORLD by Analol _Kovarsky $2.95 $1.00 THE GREAT WALL OF FRANCE by V, Rows $4.50 _(1.00 THE CHILD AND HIS PLAY by Hazel Kepler < $3.75 41.00 THE SPANISH TOWN PAPERS by E. Arnol Robertson $4.00 $1.00 TIP ON A DEAD JOCKEY by Irwin Shaw $3.95 $1.00 A MOON .FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN, by Eugene O'Neill. America's greatest playwright reveals all his tragic passion .and power in this autobiographipal four-art drama of sin and guilt. $2.75 $1.00 TRUMPETS ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 August 1962

lark Sees Necessity I r More 'Kennedy Men i ! t , By DOROTHY DRASHER The President needs more "Kenneiy men" in Congress: next _year to produce results in His legislative program, Sen. _Joseph. S. Clark, D-Pa„ said, last _Iriight. CLARK SAID that he has voted for many of the Kennedy-backed bills in the Senate. He pointed out that Rep. James E. Van Zandt, B-Pa., who is opposing' Clark.for the Senate seat in the .November election, has expressed 'opposition to] many of the Kennedy-sponsored bills. | ; . Clark spoke in the Hetzel Union ballroom at the invitation of the University. ]; (The record- in Congress so tar in this session has been "disappointing," Clark said, adding that .what has been accomplished still compares favorably with the legislation in early days of the New Deal in Franklin Roosevelt's administration. "The historic role of jthe Democratic party in this century has been to innovate and to create," Clark said. He added that it was the- Democrats who 'faced th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 August 1962

_Cfr_»„VLort __ cocom m mm lukb MONSTERS CAPTURE CIRLS PROM AUDIENCE! -_»¦<¦ -Cam-i with w__. --f _ _lffl||iFriMd «• prefect _yoe I _^M "*>-w ba-te _,» _oi j l A WHIMSICAL COMEDY OF HYPOCHONDRIA _*nd SUBURBIA By Norman Barasch <Sr Carroll Moore JendtAejft) For Reservations. Call UN 5-7588 or. Stop by 204 Schwab Aud. Students: A 50c Discount on Tuesday Through. Thursday Performance THIS WEEK THURS., FRI., SAT. NEXT WEEK TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY mix TODAY Thru SAT i _r% _-ff[!iifri(l'iKi'*_iiI ___ ^/_5 il25;us_? _^i'^*_'** _^"**°*™*1_Sm__^_« AT 1:05. S:I0. 9:24 hec enter m attraction __ §> You, too will. j be the center of _attraction wearing clothes !i prepared by ! on BALFURD, The * / (i careful cleaner i QUALITY AS YOU EXPECT IT . SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT a _CS«_u_^_4_uWm S. GARNER ST. W. BEAVER AVE. i ks *+-*!mri . V- 1 fei 'W Ml HEftttlNOfr nc_n _euanr . ""if. * ^_ _ __a—s_._»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 August 1962

Dont Forget To Make Reservations For The j Newman CI SWIM PAR Sunday_ August 12 Purchase! Special FINE QUALITY LUGGAGE i • PULLMANS _O0_VERN1TER •TRAINCASES 66 Made to Sell for up to 16.98 Assorted pieces. Dome shape rayon lined. Zipper cases & Light-ln-weight with washable plastic covering, others. Assorted colors & styles. Buy Now at This Tremendous Savings! (XmCJr uuuuri simple p (ka£A 5 H _m . '1 s_« *• _hy,"'l _> i The 6 prong tiffany setting'is becemlnjr mar* and more popular, w offer this beautiful ring with various size stones up to 2% carats, but no matter what size stone you prefer the simple elegance of the mounting will bring out all its radiant glow. . IS immdmm t ,pm Argentine Army General Feuds for Top Position j The two candidates spoke at theHempered, Maj. Gen. Federico To annual convention of the Pennsylvania League of Cities. | Dilwonh proposed a state department of urba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 August 1962

OF TEETH' _mM «* >£ XSews Wax works Voir** in tb* Hi_^ht Nt>*•% ' Contemporarr _Clttutei Sura Off WEDKESD_^T Surn Q___i Music Album _Rerirvr Music t * w f_Ktfa*?_rscope J The Sound of Um: :BI_ 1 News ' 4 The Pleasure! at :Mu>- UJHAJ,_iAUT£ SHOULD A 600D OUTFIELDER POSSESSlCrlARLlE v BROWN? y jhiUAjimwu 'LittleMan At HUB Desk Angers Grads\ SUMMER COLLEGIAN. UNIVERSITY PARK, PE Letters TO THE EDITOR: Congratu lations to the dutiful "little' man at the HUB _desjk; he' has helped this university to score another "first" in bad public relations. This time, Jthe "first" was in the area of how to misf treat the handicapped and make them .feel likie secondjclass citizens. I Qne Sunday this tjummer, a blind married couple came to visit us' in State College with only their seeing-eyi| dog !as a guide. . Since both are colleg_^ graduates who are employed in professional position_^, they are interested in _education | and asked if we wou...

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