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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

Rain Greets Start of Alpha's Carnival Late afternoon ram yesterday dampened the grounds but not the spirits at the start of the Alpha Fire Company's annual July 4 carnival. The carnival continues today and will conclude at midnight tomorrow with the selection of the winner of the carnival's grand prize, a 1963 Chrysler. The tent-like structure-housing the carnival was erected _^ Monday afternoon by members of the fire company. Erection of the amuse " _^ _*1 . • '•; _¦"¦* *- * ¦ , * ,-_ - * •• *>?} ' < mSmts Wk- z_~ -¦ ¦¦ ' ¦''~ -^* _> KBsssssW_^-I_^S_^J_^sl_^ f*j£a)&&r\ _fl. ..<¦'"' '' _£?••. ¦ ¦:.-.' ¦ " . ; : ** _ 4_^0 *r_?_y_?j_*r ,.y > _^r _* *_r .' 4 *» _* ment, refreshment and concession stands and the carnival rides was completed yesterday morning. The entire 100. block of S. Allen Street is devoted to the event. The annual July 4th parade will take place at 6 p.m. Prizes of $100, $70 and $40 will...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

Oct. 12,1963 Rec Hall 7:30 p.m 'Members—$1.00 Non-Members—S1.50 *P.S. Jazz Club Memberships go on sale the first week of the fall term. KIRK DOUGLAS Totems EKFBORGMI KIRKDOUGLAS MIMIS ERNEST BORGNINE IS, man W*f _%_M GHOST CREATURE FROM SPACE! AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE TALL TEXANS THE PENN STATE JAZZ CLUB proudly presents THE DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET featuring paul desmond HELD OVER! The Internationally Acclaimed Hit has Now Touched The Hearts of Thousands "of Centre Countians IF YOU HAVEN'T SE _. EN SEE IT IT TODAY SEE IT FROM BEOINNINC 2:00-5H 5-8:30 DAILY DARRYL F _ZANUOCS THE DAY 1;^. . WITH 42 l_& INTERNATIONAL •S§i_\_iV".. priori a_W«l*«S*> CQRNtUUS RYAl ttOUiCtMrn-Fo Everyone will be going to SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN BICYCLE JM RTS REPAIRS • ACCESSORIES Western Auto iiiiiiimimiiiimmiimiiiiiiimmi TV RENTALS JZ l_^n TELEVISION SERVICE CENTER Allen St. m \ 232 S THE BILLIARD ROD 224...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

NEED A TUTOR? Why Not Use The USG Tutoring Directory? It's Available Now at the HUB Desk and Division of Counseling Office (students not signing up to be a tutor but still wishing to do so may write their name & courses on the lists) PROGRAM SCHEDULE FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MORMON TAHKR NA_.XK CHOIR .vrn'.. Moons _e Ut-rnard Solomon _prristnU I A-_^_O P Wl the uIhamciu mu«ie of a THE 7-11 81I0W I particular _»ra Fop music, lh* tal-rnt, | AIRS AND ARIAS remote _bnmdfaftta Tom Fr««h Icli from the HUB, featuring WDFM pemonalitiefl and _hontn operatic work XUC-fitt WAV BACK WHBN I THE THIRD I* aiie (,'_nrjjenter prfkrnU I popular mu«ic of Ameri- I PROCRAMMB ca'H da\M if one by I Win ton rains prtMtiU four hour* of the linent OrTHEAT of the aural arU Sieve Mnnheimer _mlxeq _nouular and unpopular i-nufcir _w ilh hit. thln-ht-ailrd humor 11:00 P.M night _soijnd Win Coleman ushers out ™K *'0S_'r S0U1 the evening with big b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

Campus Beat Wanted: Audience FM RADIO STATION need, only audience to bo complete. Co1 hour _hroadcaatinK week include, something for everyone.. _Listener_, need have no qualification other than FM radio. No applications ntCMHary, simply tune to 91.1 megacycle, evening!. A want ad such as this has never appeared anywhere to my knowledge. But I was tempted to place such an ad recently, because this is really the story of WDFM, the campus radio station. The impulse occured late last Friday night. Earlier in the evening I had helped Barbie Faris, WDFM's summer program director, officiate the "7 to 11 Show." After the work, and fun, of the show were over however, 1 realized the effort was for the benefit of very few people. In casting about for a possible) solution to WDFM's audience problem, I adopted the old idea of having the station switch to AM transmission. Automatically, it seems, the station would have a potential audience of nearly 100 per cent of the student body, rather ...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

MURPHY'S $ SAVE $ $ SAVi $ SLASHES PRICES ON TOILETRIES WOMEN Reg 1.35 49c Now 99c Reg 1.00 79c 79c Now 80c 53c 63c MEN ... *Mennerl After Shave *Aqua Velva *Brylcreem Shick Stainless Steel Double Edge Blades Rise Instant Shaving Lather, King, Menthol & Extra Heavy 'Vitalis *Williams Lectric Shave *Arrid Roll-on » * * *_Glant Size Nbxema *Fresh Deodorant 'Johnson's Baby Powder *V05 Hairdressing *Suave 39c 63c 79c 1.00 83c 60c 1.25 1.50 1.00 1.50 80c 79c 63c 67c 48c 63c 82c 53c 78c 79c 1.03 79c 98c Reg 1.00 29c 59c Breck Shampoo *Clairol Hair Coloring $1.00 $1.20 77c $1.18 -t s Hand Lotion Jergen Now 65c 24c 39c 59c 59c MEN & WOMEN . , Lisierine Antiseptic 400 Sheet Kleenex Alka Seltzer 'Adorn Hair Spray 'Noxema Cover Ctrl Liquid Make-Up 1.50 $1.20 Crest 83c I Maybelline Magic Mascara l.UU 8UC 'Subject To Federal Tax ' 127 S. ALLEN STREET IIIIII IIIIIH'""" """"-HI IIIIIII Distinctive Gifts /^/o _yed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

LEVINE BROS MEN'S SHOP Announces its SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Begins Friday Morning at 8:30 A.M All merchandise from our regular selection of fine clothing and men s furnishings will be reduced for this twice a year sale. Men, shop early for your best selections in sport shirts, bermuda shorts, short sleeve dress shirts, suits, sport coats, ties, belts, and other dress we have a large inventory of bermudas and blouses _> event. for your best selections. Also, for the girls which will be greatly reduced for this special sales Sale starts Friday a_'t 8:30 a.m. — stop in early LEVINE BROS /eVeyour best rainy day friends Hot, muggy weather brings with it those flash storms that cause clothing head aches. BALFURD'S can't stop the storms, but they sure can lessen those clothes care headaches. Rain or shine. BALFURD's is truly your friendly cleaner. __t_» ¥M \ \>\ ._% •^_A\**_s_i *. V N V-s QUALITY- -_*r-_***_gMft_. * _j it as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

WILL CHILDHOOD BE THE ONLY FR EEDOM THEY Will KNOW? Personal freedom can slip away a little at a lime, as quietly as children grow. It can be destroyed by forces from within. our borders. Subtle forces—like the steady expansion of the federal government in business, and the effect it has upon our daily lives. Already our federal government owns many thousand businesses, from bakeries to sawmills. In the field of electricity alone the output of federally owned plants has risen from less than 1% of the industry's total in 1935 to more than 15?-{i today, And advocates of government-in-business press constantly for more. They advocate a dangerous course. When any government & i owns business, it can control both goods and jobs. It adds economic powers to its vast political powers. When it does that, it can tell you where to work, where to live, even what say. Then freedom has slipped quietly away. to do or s More government-in-business could rob our childre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 July 1963

Eisenhower Chapel Lounge NEWMAN CLUB COMMUNION BREAKFAST Open To All Members Sunday July? mmm club pizza party Friday, July 5 Fallowing 5:15 p.m. Mass EISENHOWER CHAPEL LOUNGE Free To Members - AUTO PARTS • ACCESSORIES Western Auto 112 S. FRAZIEfl ST. METZGERS Inc 111-115 S.ALLEN ST CENTER Charcoal Briquets 10 ib-39c Aluminum Chair 4 web—$2.95 Croquet Set.. 6 Players $17.95 & 12.95 Badminton Set . .. $7.95 & 4.95 35 mm. w/processing $2.29 8 mm. w/procossing $2J9 Frisbee 69c _? Polaroid Type 47 B&W Sweat Shirts $ _1.70 PSU Short Sleeve PSU Long Sleeve ... *2.75 ... *2.89 Polaroid Type 48 Color You Can Get It at METZGERS - or - Can Get It For You Metzgers COLLEGE CO-OPERATIVE 244 E. Niifany HOME COOKED MEALS $10.50 per week AD 7-3844 FURNISHED 2 bedroom, living, area, kitchen, bath — Adults'. AD 7-2067 after 5:30 p.m. _. _• NOTICE CATHOLIC INQUIRY Class meets Thurs days at 1 p.m. in Eisen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

Malicious Muti a lion Mania. Or AS^»'.'.,.;.,rf r'flgy- _t V'' _^f"-V?'ir**'* ^^fiS^^_Sf _^ Forty Pieces of Silverware Ruined # Manifestation of a rare psychological problem—silverware mania—occurred in the North Halls dining area last term. Approximately 40 items of silverware which will cost about $14 to-replace was maliciously mutilated in one dining hall of the North Halls cafeteria complex, Robert C, Proffitt, director of F .ood and Housing said Tuesday. He said it appears that one, two or perhaps three male students in the area were trying to demonstrate their .comparative strengths to silverware's misfortune. Stanley H. Campbell, vice-president for business, stressed that the administration does not look lightly on such behavior. If the offenders are apprehended the penalties will be quite severe. Only once in the last 14 years has this mania caused a problem. That was two years ago in the Pollock dining area but it stopped suddenly and the culprits we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

224 E. College Ave • ••• • •••0 BETTER THAN AN APARTMENT PARTY 16 _. "Wmv* _^S.* Saturday, July 13-8:30 p.m 417 E. Prospect Ave Grab a date and come out!! Town Men Music by The DUKES Open to dated Greeks at 9:30 p.m. oeo_«f THE BILLIARD ROOM 224 E. College Ave • Air Conditioned For Summer Enjoyment • FREE Instruction Available tor Men and Women • 12:00 Noon To 1:00 A.M. • 11 Gold Crown Brunswick Tables • The Newest and Most Beautiful Room in Central Pennsylvania THE Ona BEACHHEADor j in a BEACH HOUSE...-1 these ¦ J||^"_^. V T _^'H2 v. ¦ ¦*. ¦ ¦ % •_ft^^_S_^'S^^_W TAB HUNTER-FRANKIE AVAL0N SCOn BRADY-JIM BACKUS 2nd Hit »PARAMOUNT Kl£AS£ - Also -- _#_* • *> _^-r_? ra-G-ll pntm RflOTAYLOR^»' keith _mmptk _SevwA _Swsm* C/IMIS fi BY ITS ANOTHER _^_M POLLOCK RECORD HOP Pollock 1 Rec Room Friday, July 12 9:00 to 12:30 Admission 25c 1st Run Area Showing INDOOR THEATER SEATING First ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

THE BURSTING WITH LIFE I STORY \ s ABOUT i A BOY- ] A GIRL J GROWING UP s ,-i> >• < Co-staning HENRY MAUREEN JAMES MacARTHUR - DONALD CRISP WALLY COX UfltotaMIMSY FARMER FONDAO'HARA £.< rcpuuinm fin* V- _rtO MY NIB*05 \ _ANB PHROHS: ^„ as M«_r _f th. mKt outsU«l«.I "_* | h»e sew in _cfflf !•»»¦ _^. C. A. Passinger _Tlw _U -Ma nager A 5? NOW SHOWING Featuretime 2:00- 4:25 - 7:00 - 9:30 » _> J-i _METZGERS inc 111-115 S. A en Street CHECK Our Huge Selection of BOOK Old Editions, Paperbacks _w S i Priced to meet that Tennis Racket Restri student budget nging 24 HOUR SERV CE Art Supplies Including Brushes _Vi Price METZGERS Inc 358 E. College Avenue CHECK HERE FOR YOUR BIKE RENTALS AND SALES V ENGLISH HERCULES (Mfg. by Rawlings of England — 50 Yr. Guarantee) $31 50 (IN THE CARTON] $35 95 Assembled PLENTY OF USED BOOKS STILL IN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

IT... WHAT THE CATC Privilege Lost: Return to Students Editorial Opinion Today the vice president of the Undergraduate Student Government has an appointment in one of the front offices of Old Main. He will be visiting Robert G. Bernreuler_, special assistant to the President for student affairs. His mission is to work toward adding student representation to a committee which Bernreuter chairs. This committee now has full powers of review in matters concerning group discipline and the chartering of student organizations. It is this committee which had the final voice in the slowly dying Froth issue. Just this year the committee gained the power of review of group discipline cases. These matters were formerly handled by a sub-committee of the University Senate Committee on Student Affairs. On the Senate committee there were two ex-officio student members, however, in the transfer of jurisdiction this student voice was lost by the wayside. Since these two powers of Bernreut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

\ ONE LP. AT THE REGULA BUY GET A SECOND LP. FOR $ SONG FOR A SUMMER NIGHT-2 $7.96 Value-Now $1.29 Mono $1.49 _Sterec ONE GROUP of 300 L.P._'s at UNBELIEVABLI -79c DIAMOND N ALL POPS OPEN 10:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY Stale College _ComiMily Theatre at the- BftRN Presents _^_pwhwh Lawrence Roman's UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE JULY 10-20 glamorous coed shares apartment with gallant bachelor — purely platonic — perfectly hilarious! TICKETS . . . Box Office 5 - 9 p.m. daily, Griggs Pharmacy or phone anytime for reservations AD 7-2208 7V: ^\ PICTURES FOR LAVIE MAY BE TAKEN AT PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP DURING THIS SUMMER TERM APPOINTMENTS ARE NECESSARY! All Seniors Graduating Sept. I, 1963; December (4, .963; March 22, • DON'T DELAY • On: .964; June 14, 1964 COLLEGE CO-OPERATIVE 244 E. Nittany HOM*= COOKED MEALS $10.50 per week AD 7-3844 i; _1111111111111; 131111111111111 _> 1111111: _j WOLLENSAK TAPE RECORDERS Revere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

Are you up to date ? Most people know that their electric service comes from a business owned by investorsowned by thousands of people like you and your neighbors. It does not come from government not the city not the statf_;. Do you know it, too? WEST PENN POWER Investor-owned, tax-paying serving WEST«,- n PENN_=>ylvania HUR'S MENS SHOP SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE - HUR'S TOP TEN - 1. PENN STATE JACKETS for casual campus attire Formerly 5.98 NOW 3.98 2. ALL SPORT COATS — Regular and Summer Weight Values from 29.98 to 32.98—NOW 22.98 Also former 39.98—NOW 29.98 3. MENS BERMUDA SHORTS—Madras. Whites. Solids Regularly 3.98 to 5.98—NOW 2.98 to 4.48 4. SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS—Whites and Cool Solids Were 3.98 NOW 2.98 and former 5.00 NOW 3.98 5. SUITS — Summer & Regular Weights Values from 50.00 to 55.00—NOW. 39.98 Also former 39.98—NOW 29.98 6. SPORT SHIRTS All Sizes and Patterns Former 4.00 to 5.95—NOW 2 for 5.00 7. SWIM WEAR - Mandator...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

_DKtbbt_^ WERE $17.95 to Now 124 S. Allen OFFERS YOU COMPLETE a GxjuuukJU Ar LaWetaU- CmM *Dry Gleaning _^ One-Hour Dry Cleaning _•Laundry Service _•3-Hour Shirt Laundry IDEAL FOR THE COLLEGE STUDENT Check the list to the left and think how often you could have made use of one of these services. Chances are the answer is many times. Enough said? WHY WAIT ANY LONGER? Take your clothes to either of our handy locations and give us a try. We guarantee quality as you expect it and service when and how you need it. _•Tailoring & Repairs _•Moth Proofing 3 year guarantee _•Coin-Op Plus _^Storage _•Delivery Service _Cieo_&eU- _^ _LommjImuu 307 W. Beaver and 111 S. Garner AD 7-7G61 ACKrCAKI'EKCJCVKKESC E. ACK ARI'K _tC.UVKIUSCKCf _VKUKSf.i:.!_ACKHAK 'Kl!! Semi Annual Sale BOSTON1AN BASS JOHNSTON & MURPHY _NPTTLETON CLARKS of ENGLAND brands. . , „ DR. POSNER & SABEL if you CHILDREN'S SHOES STARTS TODAY Reductions o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1963

WILL DO your _typing in my home. E>per ienced. Phone AD 7-4212. WILL DO your _typing in my home. E>per ienced. Phone AD 7-4212. ' '" LOST lost fllllllllllllMltltttliiilltlMMt _iiltliiiiiiiuimi_* IM1MMIIMM1_IIM1_IIIIIIIIMI ltl.IMMMlli.tll ¦« GRAY PLASTIC _friune prescription fclii«<-e in maroon case with pocket dtp. _Limfoay _MuntUOl. AD 8-2955/ 140 E. _College. GRAY PLASTIC frame prescription _fcliisses in maroon case with pocket clip. _Lindsay Mundell, AD 8-2955.' 140 E. College. _Ktltttttl ¦_ItltllMitlMtllMltllllltMMltMIIMlMMH "'" ""' "" NOTICE notice LUTHERAN SERVICE ot worship with Holy Communion, this Sunday, 10:3C a.m. Eisenhower Chanel. LUTHERAN SERVICE of worship with Holy Communion, this Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Eisenhower Chapel. «¦¦•¦ tii«_ii«_itii_»_i_«_iiiitiii,i«i»n_»i:_niiiiiti« m _, ,,,, _' ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMEN_, AVAILABLE DURING the summer term _^.t he music of BARRETT QUARTET AD 8-2023. • AVAILABLE DURING the summ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1963

m **_jf£-_$»!' ,-S/*_i _(_i * ._*_sk! __ v I f_%Jr .f:. 11_SSL '•• "%'? _,_$. V /• V, *? _£_3_fta»_r' ** ; - . ',/X,''/ .'-v, *^_m^?^_B_^_S__*__?_it_. *•*_- " 4 ¦., V , v_.V_* __#__E_E_B6HpSJii_________& .**-A-***-*__ . ". _. ,• %g< ww'_tiii^^o te'_^iT _P . _* _»_. _* _ J » _______ »-<¦• _____;- ' ir-_"-JiSK»_. '-."_ '-C A . li_^_l_^^-_#f__lSii_^i £___^li f ''»«'; t '_^ " _i SANTA IN THE SUMMER—WDFM Station the jolly since he old gent's liming was a little oil arrived locally in lime for an appear Manager Sieve Monheuner was visited by an unseasonal guest Saturday night and with a twinkling of the eye he was behind the controls. "Offbett Christmas" was the occasion and ance on the Heizel Union Terrace Friday night although in an abbreviated costume. §>umitur a FOR A BETTER PENN STATE _&%$%&&_jfflk I XW&& (S? *_&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1963

_MIIJLS &&&&% AN ALLIED ARTIST!. _PICTUftE .______M» ^^^^ ^_.____f e_J.-?';¦ '?_$P STEPHEN BOYD JULIETTE GRECO DAVID WAYNE COLOR by DE _LtlXB i._J_J_?*_5*t _tr ^_. B'«l ">. _Ofipniileittii_^tT-lf -tuMtP i mF.m-HHR_m-iii.anr _j» 3rd Starts FR__ BMMIF.HUI _f*^_.*. U; riw _J$0__m _fffPfi coming COMHG COMING PI KAPPA ALPHA with the fabulous JETS storting July 27th t}®®d_«_Oil«l0_«_i«6«AA« FOR double-barreled excitement and pleasure take your date, your roommate, your favorite professor, your import, your pinmate and especially yourself to see Penn State battle Army 2 p.m. in Beaver Stadium And afterwards See and hear the fabulous _dave mm GOMET 7:30 p.m in Rec Hal That's October 12 PREPARE NOW! The Penn Stale Jan Club BRI61TTE Mm BARDOT iSS PLEASE NOT. Sif _iSSlfti ISflUf? NUWI THE MOST _PROVOCATIVE COMEDY OF THE YEAR! An Interna tonal OM*tt~r. tm* _RoInm State College...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1963

C WLMmig_^M JL' MflfH S-oi* C_>!tC_« _S/_jlWtifak!. fed. I Mr _incl See our complete selection of Wallace heavy _Silverplate lined in decorator-coordinated colors. From $4.50. EVERYBODY'S GO NG 11 PR DAY NIGHT 9:00 to 12:30 _^ _^ X____bPs_ w &A F_> «_$" 25c donation Pollock I Rec Room lis a baisil y itrnival ' _—i _^ ' \V_57_ Now playing Tuesday - Saturday through July 27 Curtain -- 8:40 STUDENTS: 50c discount on Tuesday through Thursday performances Box Office: UN 5-6309 PICTURES FOR LAVE! MAY BE TAKEN AT PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP DURING THIS SUMMER TERM APPOINTMENTS ARE NECESSARY! All Seniors Graduating On: Sept. I, 1963 . December 14, 1963; March 22, 1964; June (4 . 1964 • DON'T DELAY & for every room Professional Summer Season MVlfclOH CiHlEB S—k. Ce_<_ __ _VjO.«__!-_ l PARTS • ACCESSORIES Western Auto 112 S. FRAZIEfl ST. SCUBA LESSONS Complete 25-Hour Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1963

Sauer Cites Contributions Back the Budget; Stop Petty Poliilking Pennsylvania's slate legislators yesterday joined the already unfortunately over-inflated ranks of petty politicians. Apparently more interested in their own political futures than in the needs of the state, they proceeded to turn all of Governor William W. Scran ton's non-preferred appropriation bills into political hay. The Democrats, wanting to see the Governor's reapportionment proposals and to pre-bargain over Ihem, refused lo support the appropriation bills, including the University's allocation, until the administration is ready to play their game. The Republicans, on the other hand, are now refusing to negotiate will, the Democrats. The Hou.se Majority leader, Albert Johnson, told the Collegian yesterday that the Republicans will not move to reconsider but will let the bills ride until the minority comes around to G.O.P. terms. Reapportionment and a difference of opinion over whether it should be consid...

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