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n Magazine Friday, Oct. 9, 1981
Students if you're in good academic standing, and want to
establish credit, this is your chance.
Here's how to apply: Just fill out the application form below
and enclose a $l2 annual enrollment fee.
(All Freshmen require co-signature from parent/guardian)
Charge up to $lOO per month (interest free)
An American Express type credit card (no interest)
(But your total bill is due each month)
The Blue Keycard
The Blue Keycard' is the only credit card
designed exclusively for the college student.
The difference between this credit card and
the many other cards in today's economy is
that the Blue Keycard is designed to intro•
duce you to credit and credit cards it is
good at over 20 locations in your area and
allows you to charge up to $lOO per month
interest free. A minumum purchase of $5 is
required for each charge.
The Blue Keycard" has been researched
and established solely for you. the student. If
you are enrolled full time, in good academic
standing, and want to establish credit, this is
your chance. Fill out the application form and
enclose a $l2 annual membership fee. After
you receive your Blue Keycard". you will start
to discover how helpful it can be for
emergencies, unplanned purchases, budget
planning, and to make purchases where other
credit cards are not accepted. Perhaps most
importantly, the Blue Keycard" establishes
local and national credit references. This card
can be your key to a sound financial base
while you are in school and when you grad.
It is for these reasons and many more that
we hope you will accept our invitation to
apply today for your own Blue Keycard".
GET YOURS TODAY u
Clip & mail application to
P.O. Box 24390
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33307
Go Blue KEYCARD!
Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pa.
315 S. Allen St
Competitive Edge Sports
233 S. Allen St.
Bare Foot Shoes
325 E. Calder Way
Custom Shoe Repair
210 S. Allen St.
flapid Transit Sportswear Tony's Sub Shack
352 E. College Ave. 484 E. College Ave
GO BLUE - BEAT GOLDEN EAGLES
University of Florida
West Virginia University
Ohio State University
Penn State University
Jack Harper Men's Wear Ski Station
114 W. College Ave. 107 McAlister Alley
357 Calder Way
480 E. College Ave
EMPLOYER'S NAME AND ADDRESS
NAME AND ADDRESS
YEAR/MODEL OF AUTO
BUIE KEYCARD SERVING:
1133 E. Main, Boalsburg
210 S. Allen St.
Rego's Italian Restaurant Bumblebee Women's Clothes
128 E. College Ave. 214 E. College Ave.
University of So. Florida
Florida State University
Bowling Green State University
University of Connecticut
University of Miami
Fairmont State College
Stage Door Deli
129 S. Fraser
Woodring's Floral Gardens
145 S. Allen St.
254 E. Calder Way
Village Inn Pizza Parlor
1767 N. Atherton
I HEREBY AGREE THAT IF MY BLUE KEYCARD IS IN
DEFAULT FOR ANY REASON, BLUE KEYCARD HAS THE
RIGHT TO NOTIFY THE UNIVERSITY, MY PARENTS, AND
THE APPROPRIATE CREDIT BUREAUS.
ENCLOSED IS MY CHECK( ) CASH( ) FOR $12.00
WHICH IS THE MEMBERSHIP CHARGE FOR ONE YEAR. I
UNDERSTAND THAT IF MY APPLICATION FOR A BLUE
KEYCARD IS DENIED, THE $12.00 WILL BE REFUNDED TO
COMPLETION OF THE APPLICATION CONSTITUES AC.
CEPTANCE OF ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE
CARDHOLDER AGREEMENT WHICH WILL ACCOMPANY
DELIVERY OF THE CARD.
APPLICANT S SIGNATURE DATE
SOCIAL SECURITY 4
(only reou"ed Cl 151 yea' students'
Homecoming Agenda: What's going on
Schedule of events Page 4
Famous alumni Page 5
The Alumni Band Page 6
The' Nittany Page 6
Homecoming parade Page 8
How seniors feel about Homecoming
Penn State traditions Page 9
Homecoming and downtown businesses
Alumni Association holds sth annual Okto
berfest Page 12
The tailgating tradition Page 14
Alumni reminisce Page 16
How football affects the community
•d Page 18
BOARD OF EDITORS:
Collegian Magazine Editor
Assistant Editorial Editor Becky Jones
News Editors Cindy Deskins
Sports Editor Mike Poorman
Assistant Sports Editors Sharon Fink
Assistant Arts Editor Judd Blouch
Assistant Photo Editors Janis Burger
Campus Editor Joyce Venezia
Assistant Campus Editor Chuck Hall
Town Editor Rosa Eberly
Assistant Town Editor
Margaret Ann Walsh
Features Editor Scott McCleary
Weekly Collegian Editor Neil Axe
Assistant Weekly Collegian Editor
BOARD OF MANAGERS
Assistant Sales Manager
Office Manager Michelle Forner
Assistant Office Manager
National Ad Manager
1981 Collegian Inc
Layout Coordinators Sue Largman
Special Projects Mary Beth Johnstone.
LETTERS POLICY: The Collegian en
courages comments on news cover
age, editorial policy and University
affairs. Letters should be typewritten,
double-spaced, signed by, no more
than two people and not longer than 30
lines. Students' letters should include
the term, major and campus of the
writer. Letters from alumni should in
clude the major and year of graduation
of the writer. All writers should provide
their address and phone number for
verification of the letter.
The editorial editor reserves the
right to edit letters, and to reject letters
if they are libelou'S or do not conform
to standards of good taste.
Opinions expressed in columns, car
toons or letters to the editor are those
of the writer and artist and not nec
essarily the opinion of the paper.
• Mail letters to: The Daily Collegian;
126 Carnegie Building; University Park,
Pa. 16802. Names may be withheld on
request. Letters may also be selected
for publication in The Weekly Colle
COMPLAINTS: News and editorial
complaints should be presented to the
editor. Business and advertising com
plaints should be presented to the
business manager. If the complaint is
not satisfactorily resolved, grievances
may be filed with the Accuracy and
Fair Play Committee of Collegian Inc.
Information on filing grievances is
available from Gerry 'Lynn Hamilton,
executive secretary, Collegian Inc.
. Mike Conklin
Friends & Alumni
Celebrate After the Game
At The 'Gaff
GOLDEN OLDIES w/GRAN STAN
RAY ANTHONY Joins GRAN STAN
To Spin the Disks!
PENN STATE TRADITION!
OPEN SATURDAY at NOON
BEAT ThE VidEo- BLUES
BEST VidEo ANd PiNbAR
5 GAMES/ ; 1 1.00
127 S. puc i li ST.
Collegian Magazine Friday, Oct. 9, 1981