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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 June 1968

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Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 June 1968

Collegian Ads Bring Results Anyone For Diving? Join the Summer Term Scuba Diving Course Registration Thursday 7:00 P.M. Room 201, Natatorium Mixer Friday. June 28 9:00 p.m The University Club 331 W. College Ave. Admission SI.00 Girls Free WMteki!_. Finza Rpm tment s 424 Waupelani Drive (PHONE 238-2600] Furnished / unfurnished Efficiencies and one & two bedroom apartments Free: Direct private - bus transportation to 8c from Campus & Center City—Swimming Pool—Tennis Courts—Air Conditioning—Gas for Cooking. Fully equipped Kitchens—Walk in Closets—Laundry Rooms — Individual Thermostat Controls — Ample Off-Street Parking. Immediate and September rentals available. We invite you to visit our Management & Renting Office in Bldg. H... in your quest for a "home away from home." LUTHERAN CAMPUS CHAPLAIN. SPEAKER COFFEE HOUR FOLLOWING SERVICE STUDENT SERVICES EISENHOWER CHAPEL SUNDAY 10:15 A.M. Teddi_'s Sho Bar Comfortably...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 June 1968

Posters Pop ¦-c ^_f-i?''!'-.'4ij-____fe__&_L__g_x__ _< - - '_*_i . * * .. - The Pennsylvania Book Shop East College Ave. and Heister --OPEN EVENINGS— MGmyjp _&&_#&*$ <oji^<s_^ ¦ ¦ ¦ ^_3-=_j_^f _J>ay **--»¦«—^ J_^_-_>-a*~¦* — ® _^_A^^_js&^_aMg_* aaa» _^- &*XX_«._« *— p_* Jazz Thursday by The Phyrsi Three Dixieland on Friday Sing Along on Saturday Sherry Erhard on 12-string Guitar on Tuesday, (k ' PLEASE Wmmu Only you can prevent forest fires! STOCK UP Ll/M_/ * A/1 III f iniuyy VvniLt |PSg$ S B _£$ x_rie Minn, mbiety _sioti THEY LAST _fta _M>(^</} FREE OUR OWN BRAND FREE ONE PAIR OF NYLONS TO THE FIRST 200 FEMALE STUDENTS PANTY HOSE 07 _*p if 3/*3.00 • Ta.ntone * Cinnamon • Mi_«f * Suntone COME IN TO THE STORE Panfy and hose combined for tha nawest in comfort and -flattering fit. Seamless mesh stretch nylon. Nude heal....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 June 1968

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING POLICY DEADLINE 10:30 A.M. Day Before First Insertion V word maximum 11.00 Each additional _consecutive Insertion . 23c Each additional 5 words 10c per-day Cash Basis Onlyl No Personal Ads' OFFICE HOUHS 9:30 A.M.-4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday Basement of Sackett North Wing Now Showing thru Tues. JULY 3 — WED. ONLY BIG DUSK TO DAWN SHOW - 5 HITS #1 The Way West #2 8 On the Lamb #3 In Like Flint #4 Funny Thing Happened on Way io Forum #5 Chamber of Horrors ALL IN COLOR WED. NITE ONLY Coma Early — stay All Nile _" _fffiPIfflf IP .?£_& -.jILl'. _rv_^sfi COLDF. Ov _OiLUXE j _f _&' ,i%_9_& NOW SHOWING —1:30 -4:55-8:25 BIG 3 UNIT LAUGH SHOW No, 1 / ' /....,\._l. §*,0_LK ; -™_ wllUfriWD c_&_i&fSsre _^_mmstm_^ _-___MP_^- ' ____iin)t. _W°ooccoii._l«l._ROKH * i I Wb _AmmSMmm. _j.OT_.wwtBTRS"*'01 '* ;-q ___ lL_____PI_K^____a_ XUMuoamMctu . . J ¦*^ R-_ili!i____lHl_i£__. «iiMo(<_iiwwM> . ¦ •-;.' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1968

1 News Roundup: From the State Nation & World • The World 'Playing Politics' Negotiator Accuses PARIS — North Vietnam's chief negotiator accused President Johnson's administration yesterday of playing politics with the Paris peace talks. American authorities, Ambassador Xuan Thuy said have spread rumors about signs of progress "iO serve their political designs." He denied there had been progress. He declared the aim of the rumors was to appease American public opinion, which he said is demanding a change in U.S. policy. A few minutes later Ambassador W. Averell Harriman, addressing reporters at the U.S. Embassy, said: "I cannot say any immediate results have been' achieved, but I still maintain there are straws in the wind despite what he said." ''Choose the path of peace," he urged Thuy. "Then we can work together for progress—and the sooner the better. If peace comes, Harriman said, Vietnam could benefit greatlv by an increased flow of goods, cooperation and exc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1968

Student _Demoerafs Agree: We Can't Support Hubert Humphrey "Don't Tell Me to Get Clean Behind Gene/' said Ed Anderson, Democratic Delegate from Los Angeles. "I'm Not Getting Clean Behind Anybody." "You Can Stop Worrying about Humphrey," CBS Commentator Mike Wallace Told a Group of the Students. "Richard Nixon Is Going To Be The Next President." Successor to The Free Lance, est. 1SS7 They came into Chicago with high hopes. Brimming with confidence and exuding the energy of youth; nearly 200 student leaders gathered over the last muggy weekend in June to map their strategy for stopping Hubert Humphrey. The college newspaper editors and student body presidents— the student portion of the Coalition for an Open Convention— all had plans to thwart the Vice President in his bid for the presidency. And the plans, like the students themselves, were all unique. From the mouths and minds of the young activists who ranged from Democratic Convention delegates to bearded Berkeleyites, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1968

CKHARPER JACKHARPERJACKHARI'eRJACKHARr'EKJAeKH/lRPBRJACKHARPEP._JACKHAIlPlERJACKHARPERJACKH JACK HARPER SUMMER 0/i.J_jil_ reductions will be in effect on suits, sport coats Substantial will be in and. slacks. Seasonal furnishings and sportswear eluded. items offered we will have to the seasonal In addition during this period "specials SW*-fWP& ciiitom jftcy» f or Men W. College Ave., State College Around the Corner from _Bdstonian <*O _y v ° f—'!o** i_H_ THE JAWBONE LOVES YOU Welcome Back Opening Saturday 8 to 1 ? _# X Courts—Air Conditioning—Ga> for Cooking Fully equipped Kitchens—Walk in Closets—Laundry Rooms — Individual Thermostat Controls — Ample Off-Street Parking. Immediate and September rentals available. We invite you to visit our Management & Renting Office in Bldg. H... in your quest for a "home away from home." Whitehall Plaza apartments 424 Wiupelani Drive (PHONE 238-2600] Fur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1968

medicine, and in industrial and educational advances that will benefit us-and the whole world. The people of yoav"investor-owned electric company are proud to be part of the industry that is continuing to grow in service to our customers and to our country. West Penn Power .• Part of the Allegheny Power System Mm. - i _i - - 4 _^ Choose From Famous Eranc _M3K ^^ • Suits ^^mmm NO * Spor * Goats ' mm CHARGES * Sport & Dress Sh 'rls mm NO ® Trousers • Wash-n-Wear Trousers LEVINE BROS. MEN'S SHOP 147 S. ALLEN ST., STATE COLLEGE LEVINE BROS. SEMI-ANNUAL NOW IN PROGRESS arw **j \ \ _M_$SJ ____ i i ALL MERCHANDISE FROM OUR I REGULAR STOCK OF FINE CLOTH- 1 \ ING AND FURNISHINGS WILL BE C " GREATLY REDUCED FOR THIS J ) SPECIAL SALE EVENT! \ *»«¦' Alterations at Cost During Sale «¦«**». s£v. /_Ni_f_ll« _vtx 4 Davidson's Barber Shop —-dFtei«~a--C0ra_^_U_5J©-J»ar-b_^it_s_^rvi_^ Regular Haircuts—at regular prices—No appointment Razor Cut—Ho ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1968

J _ * eS_2_^- *< _i__rif 1__11_^__: _^ H m % n r., 9 a 1 _i. ' M SUMMER SALE STARTS TO-DAY Listed below are a iew of the reductions Regular $79.50 Cricketeer Dacron & Wool SUITS NOW S61.95 Reg. $100 . . Hart Schaffner & Marx _VlftAQLE SUITS NOW $76 _'95 _l_^aSS? . .NOW $31.95 SS£!Lwotf-PORT COATS NOW $36.95 Reg. $13.95 Cricketeer ' Tropiccu -StAeKS_^,^^-_~-- — .-NOW $12,95 Reg. $6 Arrow «t-_«r d _<c _Permanent Press- SHIRTS • • • NOW $4.45 Reg. $6 _Jantsen Knit SPORT SHIRTS NOW $4.45 Reg; $6 lantzen . SWIM TRUNKS NOW $4.45 jf_^ mm _nu MEN'S STORE STATS COLLEGE r m r _______ — £ conta $1000 CASH! Pius quality Peoples products! HO PURCHASE NECESSARY! Next time you're shopping, stop at your friendly Peoples and pick up your CARD PARTY ticket Have fun and win $1 all the way up to $1000 plus fine Peoples products, loin THIS HAND (_zzfc _^k _2_ ___ J IS HAND WINS THIS CA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 11 July 1968

'SALE— _7 VESPA, 150cc, blue — does 65 mph. Excellent condition. Call Charlie [237-3588. i 1 ~ y-5 ~~ C H E V R 0 L E T ~ 6-cy I, .auto ~ lranT ' ¦ radio, heater, 4 new tires, new muffler. , Original owner. 238-9493. p7RELU- 5EMPERIT/"_Michclln7~Fir_^ [stono, Goodyear, Continental and _Metzter I tires. Fast delivery, full guarantee, discount prices. Also a complete line o1 tsports car accessories at discount prices. Call 238-7335. THE LOVELIEST earrings available; special low student prices. Call Jeanie 238-5880 ____________ FOUR BEDROOM home, Vk baths, lovely corner lot, large family room, garage. [Park Forest Village 238-2524. iFOR SALE 21" consal TV. Need money, .call after 6 r.m 238-5709. _, LATE SLEEPERS attend the 11:45 a.m. I student service at Grace Lutheran Church,; jGarner and Beaver Streets. Service ends: 'no later than 12:30. Campus Chaplain,: 'Art Seyda, speaker. \ ! CREATE~~ UNIQUE PILLOWS, RUGS " ,! iWEAVINGS, STITCHERYS WITH DESIGN — CRAFTSMAN YARNS FROM! THE LOF...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1968

Festival's Planning Geared To Future Festival '68 To Cover Bach Rock; Poetry and Puppets While the 1968 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts will accent the arts of the present. Festival planners have more than just the immediate audience in mind. Behind the drawing board, architects and committee chairmen have their eyes on the future, according to William H. Allison, executive co-chairman of the Festival which gets underway Saturday. For the committees, the question concerns the future relationship of the Festival to the entire state. Siaiewide Movement "There is a movement toward a statewide festival in State College as the final step in a progressive svstem of festivals," said Allison, head of the Department of Theatre Arts. "Under the progressive competition system of festivals, winners of local festival contests would progress to'countywide festivals, whose winners would progress to regional, until it would culminate in a statewide competition. The location of Ce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1968

They're finding ways to make your better future happen -with the energy of progress Electricity is the energy of progress. And the people of your investorowned electric light and power company are always on the job to make it great for you today and even better tomorrow. The aim is to move ahead with you and your needs in this new electric age—to keep the energy of progress plentiful, dependable and low in price —to make the better electricfuture happen fast, for you, for everyone West Penn Power Jm Part of the Allegheny Power System SUMMER NOW GOING ON Listed below are a few of the reductions Regular $79.50 Cricketeer Dacron & Wool SUITS Reg. S100. Hart Schaffner _ Marx VIRACLE SUITS Reg. S40 Haspel SPORT COATS Reg. S50 Cricketeer Dacion & Wool SPORT COATS ... Reg. SI6.95 Cricketeer Tropical SLACKS Reg. $6 Arrow Permanent Press SHIRTS Reg. $6 Jantzen Knit SPORT SHIRTS Reg. $6 Jantzen SWIM TRUNKS NOW SS1.9S NOW $76.95 NOW $31.95 NOW $36.95 NO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1968

Sowers and College Ave. Across from Korner (Cupboard Sowers and College Ave. Icross from Korner (Cupboard ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Books Travel Book Shop The Pennsylvania _East College Ave. and Heister —OPEN EVENINGS— CLOSEOUT CLOSEOUT SALE SALE THURS., FRL SAT.. 18 RS., FRI,, SAT.18 19, 20 19 Posters 50-75% off Black Lites. Oscilating Bulbs Buttons, Ties, Incense & Papers and other Psychedelic Supplies Posters 50-75% off Black Lites, Oscilating Bulbs ittons, Ties, Incense & Paper nd other Psychedelic Supplies EVERYTHING MUST GO THIS IS IT ERYTHING MUST GO THIS IS IT k WE'RE SALING ON ALLEN STREET WE'RE FALLING AT COLLEGE AVENUE Lois of Great Savings At Our ALLEN STREET SHOP ... Summer Dresses, Suits, Sportswear, Knits and Shoes While you're shopping stop info our COLLEGE AVENUE SHOP and PREVIEW THE FALL '68 FASHION EXCITEMENT BY VILLAGER, JOHN MEYER, and LADYBUG in LEATHER, SUEDE, CORDUROY, & WOOL, l /riL ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1968

50% oft — Join In Sale at ill So. Men St V_ Of! Everything In Store Including Books and Outlines Fens & Pencils — Slide Rules — Student Supplies Penn State Souvenirs — Sweat Shirts Sporting Goods Going Out of Business Sale at Metzgers 111 So. Allen Stieet Store fill Shoes 9.95 Values Tos 21.00 Handbags & Stockings 1 Lot of Sample Shoes s 3 95 Ail Sales Final No Refunds or Charges Both Sales Take Place — Metzgers Tuesday til Saturday Open 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Ill So. Allen St _SJE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1968

Panlcsr mmm The finest department store in State College. At the corner of Allen and Beaver , 237-4955 Festival-goers: When you're hot and tired and the kids are cranky, vou'll love the air-conditioned comfort of our Hospi tality Corner. Enjoy cold drinks, light refreshments, coffee. Use our facilities. Pick up tickets for Festival events. A festival service from the department store with a total focus on fashion. Open daily 9:30-5:30. Mon. & Fri. till 9 p.m. Anytime is the right time to shop DANKS. ' ___£___B ris___afi PllfifiiSii . . . a picture is worth a thousand words." old fashioned Ice cream goodness at _StV^^***_-5 ?^ _«Sr«*^_y_^_K_KW ?_3-_5*«S_* }, 113 Heister Street _ . '" Jewish-Style Foods WORSHIP (Chapel) 8:00 A.M. Sunday 12:35 P.M. Wednesday Episcopal Have you tried Herlocher_'s Lasagne? good Its very, very -UW noodles- a _spect -¦_r_ ri_^ w-~~ seasoned _^ veiY _^ uch_' it rite word seems to he getting ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1968

RICHARD CHAMBERUINaDMowNNs _MTHUR _SMIBtEV JOSEPH HILL - KNIGHTand GOTTEN£&__, ._sstsws, v___s___ .« _Cfr_EK(_AY BY ASSOCUTG PRODUCE* PRODUCED Vt _OmtCTED BY lAWRENGE B. MARCUS • DENIS O'OELL- RAYMOND WAGNER • RICHARD LESTER suG6__DroRM»__.uD___i T__KU_un' .fG0_ mm b0-.-seve_ _hts w 237-7866 T__ NOW... I:30»3:30-5:3Q-7_:30-9:30 There are "Westerns" and "Westerns" Every now and then comes a NEW kind of Western.This is"BAND0LER0i" . wmmam vmmm mmmm mmmmii ______1P^^ MM jyOKfllI_eUG_ l JffllH__fH_!_aa ___•¦,__ &^ 1 Coming WEDNESDAY _ 9 "ROSEMARY'S BABY" I COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIEDS FOB SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING POLICY DEADLINE 10:30 A.M. Day Before Publication ; WARN1NG TO East Hall students: Be-.ware _ of __ a _jhief In the night. [ARTIE'S BACK! Remember his smash performance at our party? Ask for his first nationwide hit at any record store—;'Almira" on Jody Records by Arthur .Braun. ljn UJm_?'NG in theory' aPP"_«t_.on, and . computer p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1968

Worrier Rejects Tuition Protest By DAVE COLKER Slimmer Stajf Writer Undergraduate Student Government President Jim Womer announced Tuesday that there would be no student rally this week (o protest the University's proposed tuition increase. Speculation arose last week that a student protest rally would be organized to confront the University Board of Trustees which will consider the tuition increase when they meet tomorrow in Erie. Womer ended the speculation when he addressed the Summer Coordinating Committee, a group of student leaders and administration personnel. "The Board of Trustees are meeting in Erie, not at University Park," Womer said. "This makes a demonstration here rather irrelevant. We will have to wait for the Trustees' decision, and then work from there." Womer raised the possibility of a student petition if the proposed S25 increase is approved. The petition would be then intended to induce the Trustees to lower tuition to its present level of $150 per term. Wq...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1968

Student Power: Help SAC Combat Inertia A dark cloud hangs over the young people of this country. It is a dark and heavy cloud which has settled in the minds of the intelligent, articulate and politically aware. They could be seen in Chicago last month with their furrowed brows and worried looks. They were the student caucas of the Coalition for an Open Convention. Now they are calling themselves Students for an Alternative Candidate (SAC). But the names are not important. What is significant to the political structure of the nation is the perplexity and disillusionment of the young political activists. Some were supporters of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy. Some are backers of Senator Eugene J. McCarthy, and some favor Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. Regardless of these differences, the students all share one conviction. They are dissatisfied with the leadership of the present Administration, and they reject the two candidates who seem assured of winning their partys' nomination...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1968

THESE ARE JUST A FEW PRICES OF ITEMS ON SALE OTHER SALE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST NO CHARGE FOR CUFF ALTERATION OPEN THURSDAY. JULY 25th, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CHINO'S $7.00 — 5.48 8.00 — 6.48 9.00 — 6.88 KNIT SHIRTS $4.00 — 2.98 6.00 — 4,48 9.00 — 5.98 TROUSERS $11.00— 7.98 14.00— i 0.48 17.00—12.48 BERMUDAS $5.00 — 3.78 7.00 — 4.98 9.00 — 6.98 JACKETS $ 9.00— 6.98 12.00— 8.98 16.00 — 11.98 SUITS $50.00 — 34.98 60.00 — 41.98 70.00 — 48.98 Much Ado About Nothing William Shakespeare OPENS TONIGH at the Pavilion The Pennsylvania State ¦6309 for Ticket Reservations BLACK COMEDY Tonight through July 28 Student Tickets $1.50: Available on Day o* Performances. <After 7 pjn. ' on. Saturdays) SALE SUMMER HUR'S TRADITIONAL SHOP MEN'S SHOP H 1 dozen kilowatts, please! And watt-hour of residential electricity has been going down over the years. And the people of your electric company are confident they can keep dependable electri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 July 1968

STUDENT SERVICE Grace Lutheran Church 11:45 • 12:30 SERMON by Campus Chaplain INTERNATIONAL FILMS presents Exterminating Angel July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 25 I 8 15 22 directed by Luis Bunuel The Sheep Have Five Legs Henri Verneuil directed by L'A.alanfe Bitter Rice Giuseppe de _Sanlic The Burmese Harp —directed by Kon Ichikawa THURSDAYS HUB AUDITORIUM 7 & 9 P.M. TICKETS SOe THE PENN STATE JAZZ CLUB presents THE AMES BROWN REVUE 10 piece band Go-Go Girls SEPT. 27 Rec Hail Memberships are available at the HUB Desk. Tickets available Sept. 17th $2.00 Members $3.00 Non-Members STUDENT SERVICES Eisenhower Chapel Sunday - 10:15 a.m. John F. Beeg Lutheran Campus Chaplain Speaker Coffee Hour following the Service OCCUPANCY SEPT. 1, 1968 HARBOUR TOWERS 710 S. Aiherlon Si Slate College, Pa Studio Apartments Furnished or Unfurnished I Bedroom Apartments Call Alex Gregory Associates, Inc. 238-5081 SUITE 102 HOLIDAY INN For in...

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