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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

jO 0W ~ / ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _~~~ -r_, _, State Collegian. Vol. I , No . I. CALENDAR. SATURDAY , Ocr . i. 3:00 P. M.—Allegheny vs. _Sfate. SUNDAY , OCT. 2. _ix :oo A. M.—Chapel. Sermon by Prof. Benj. F. Gill. 6:30 P. M.—Y. M. C. A. in Old Chapel. Subject , Bible Study. Address by W. J. Miller , State Student Secretary. MONDAY , O CT. 3. 7:00 P. M.—C ~ E. Society in Room 20 Engineering Building. OPENING OF COLLEGE. College opened Thursday morning, Sept. _15th , with chapel exercises at eight o’clock. The registration up to date had been a little below that of last year at the sam e time, but this was accounted for by the_. large number of old men out on conditions. The incoming class numbers about two hundred and fifty men , considerably less than had been anticipated. President Atherton welcomed the old and new men with his usual fçlicity and gave the latter some good advice on their future conduct in college. After the exercises , the rest df the day was spent in the usu al organiza...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Price Five Cents. mak e i t one of the most succe ~sf ul and enj oyable receptions ever given by the V. M. C. A. of this college ~ . SOPHOMORES WIN The long-deferred annual wrestling match between the Sophomores and Freshmen finally occurred on Wednesday evening, Sept. 28th. The whole student bod y assembled on Beaver field to see the champions of the two classes battle on the mat. The wrestlers and their weights were as follows : H EAVY WEIGHT. _Kunkle. 179 poun ds _Klehack . ‘08 17234 MIDDLE WEIGHT. Mu i_,iin a, ‘07 14634 Leathers , _‘08 160 LIGHT WE IGHT. J B. Smith , 137 Lorah , 08 _138 Ku nkle easily won the first two heavy weight bouts for the Sophs and Leathers as easily won the middle weight point for the Freshmen , notwithstanding that Mu mma put up a game fi ght against his heavy opponent. The first bout of the light-weights was the chief event of the evening. It lasted one hour and a quarter and finally resulted’ in a draw. In the other two trials Lorah _seern ~ d to lose...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

DEBATING. Active work in debating circles will be commenced as soon as the librar.y is opened. We would remind new students that State College is a member of the Intercollegiate Debating League of Penn ’a. composed of Swarthmore , Dickinson , Franklin and Marshall , and State. Last year we cain e out th ird in the contest for supremacy. This year we are scheduled for the first debate at Carlisle , with Dickinson on Dec. _12th. The question is , "Resolved , That labor unions are inimical to the public welfare. " All men in the entering classes who have ever done any work along this line are urged to come out and try f or the team. MASS MEETING. At a mass meeting held in the Old Chapel Wednesday , September _21st , Hamilton , ‘o_5, was elected lead er of yells for the year. Offitt , ‘ 05, and Torrence , ‘ 05, were chosen as assistants. The students were urgently requested to devise new yells and hand them to the above leaders. Nothing has been handed in so far. Get busy. JOHN H. BARNE...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

THE CARNEGIE LIBRARY. Without a doubt State now possesses as fi ne a library as any ot her college of its size in the country. We are just _beginii ing to realize the large debt we owe to Mr. Andrew Carneg ie , the donor of the magnificent edifice. The building is constr ucted of steel , sto ne, and white bric k and is as fire proof as modern buildin g science can make it. Two lar ge sect ion pillars adorn the sides of the front eiitrance. Terra cotta trimmings improve the appearance of the white brick. The windows are of heavy plate glass in waln ut finished sashes. The roof is coy ered with coppe r , except a cent ral port ion wh ich is occupied by a skyli ght. The rear of the building is finished in rough as alterations will soon be made to secure add itional stocking space. The ground floor is lined with concrete. In the front is the motor and fan room from which heat is sent to all parts of the building. Here also are the engineer ’s and the janitor ’s roo ms. Bac k of t hese a...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

STATE COLLEGIAN _t_’_ubli_,hccl on _‘l’hursdav oF each veek during t _h e college year in the lute_, est of The h’ennsy h. _sa _nta State College. EDITORS. W. B. HoKE , ‘ 05, Chief , ALEx. HART , J r. , ‘ o_5, T. F. _Foi_.rz , ‘o6 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘ 07. BUSIN ESS MANAGER. W. G. H E cKATHOR NE , ‘o6. _suBScRIPTION . 81 50 per year or $1.25 if paid within 30 days after date of s_,_ij _scriptioii. Entered at the Post Office . Sta te college, Pa as secoiid class _,,_iattcr. The death of the FREE LANCE predicted in an editorial last year was not lon g in coming. That magazine expired with the stroke of Number _i , Volume XVIII. The case could not have been pronounced other than an incurable one when such alarming symptoms as a very irreg ular pu bl icat ion , weak stories, and an almost complete disintegration of the board , a very delicate organ , appeared. The publication mi ght have recovered had there been a change of literary climate but tinder the existing state of fin ancial col...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

cAP !’. _FORKIJM. FOOTBALL. The first gamiie of time season of 1904 for both State and the University of Pennsylvania , was played at Philadel ph ia on Saturday, _Sept. _24t h. The final score of 6 to o, was as surprising as it was gratif yimig to the student body. While our team was big amid busy, it was generall y thought that in playing ability, it was much below that of former years. For the last three or four _seasomis , teams that were considered equal if not better than any that have ever been put out of this college, have gone down to Penn and been ignominiously defeated. This year , with a team that had never played a game, with several new and untried players, we put up a ganic that not only had them guessing, but was of much better quality than our opponents exhibited for th e greater part of the contest. This brings one thing out clearly . That we have a far better team than we thou ght we had and that the boys are deserving of the heart y support of every man in the col...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

KIIUJIIMNE & ~ EII ~ GE, STATE’S BIG STORE DR Y GOODS. In all the newest effects in wool anti Wash Fabrices . CENTS FURNISHINGS The Best Line of Shirts, Colla rs , Ti’s , H ~ siery Unde r wear is foirild here. SHOES SHOES SHOES and then some We have more Shoes than any two stores i _i town. Try a pair of the State Shoes for win ter. _$3 50 ammtl $4 _(_tO Croceries and Table Su pplies The finest, and best line in tire city is found with us BIBLE STUDY COURSES FOR _I 904-’_05. The attention of all students is directed to the following courses of Bible stud y _wh ich will be offered this year by th e Voumig Men ’s Christian Association These courses are progressive, covering the four years of the college work and offer an opportunity of becoming fam iliar with practically the whole contents of the Bible. FRESH M _’ N COURSE . The Life of Christ.—The textbook used th is year is "The Life and Work of Jesus according to St. Mark’ ’ by W. D. Murray. This book is arranged for daily ...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

THE State Co liege ilotel J. B. SHUMAN, Prop. Located. Special rates to students. Excellent attenti on given to tra r sient trade.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Josep h Markie All kinds Choice Meats _at_. the Meat Market on Pug h St. Special Jnducements to Clubs. Telep hone. State College , Pa.

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Liv ery in Connection Ste iii iledi, Goofi _Cuisine A fine line of ci gars always on hand.

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Sheasly ’s Bakery _! . ~~~~ Confectionery Candies a ways fresh because we buy direct from Manufacturers. • .Restaurant _, Department _,.. Quick Lunc hes a Specialty. Oysters , Ice Cream , Soda Water. We always try to p ease our Customers , C. B. SHEASLY , Prop ri etor _tm

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

4 a neat _, Hair Cut ,, Shave , Shampoo , Massage Treatm ent,. Call on C. P. WOME R , Successor to C L Croy e (Shop in College Hotel.)

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Go to J. w. Harvey Cigars, Tobacco and Fresh Roasted Peanuts A lull line of Pipes and Smokers Fancy Articles Allen St. - STA TE COLLEGE PA

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

llUNT1N llON _iRUNDIII . _Ii_. _Du FF. _I ~~ erit Soft ~ Wash _SO et s. _pei ~ doz SAT _1SFAC TI O ~~ QUA 1 ~~~ NT _11_E_0. _Laauri day Bags _~~ 1’ee to Cu sto _n ~ ex’s ~ ~~~~ T

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

College Book Rooffi Headquarters for Students Suppli es _1st Floor Main Big . Room No. _105

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Clothes Pressed nil Iedffe Su its _50c. Trousers 25c. Dress Suits _50c Overcoats _50c. H. D_. EASTON Room 578. Agent for Belmar Clothes Hangers. tudents _’ Orders Called for Weekly (~ ~

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

NOTICE--MEEK BROS are in posit ion fo fu rnish you with Dr awing _Instrum ants from Keuffel & Esser Co., Win . E. Stier ~ ii Co., Riefler & Altender Drawing Pap rs, Scales, Triang les , Curves , Tee Squares Pencils , Erasers , etc. Everyth ing needed for the d rawing room . Will order anyt hin g not in stock with out extra cost. In Stationery we have the largest assortment of Box Paper ever d isplayed in the county, the latest in styles, size and color. Writing tablets, note, pack , and letter size , ruled and plain , light and heavy, ~cto ~ oc each. Pencil tablets, note and composition books , vests pocket memorandums and account books. Pens , pen holders, pencils, erasers , ink , mucilage, paste , card racks and photo mailers Fountain Pens ‘‘Parker , ’’ ‘‘Wirt , ’’ ‘‘Laughliii_. _" Every pen guaranteed. State Pin s all the latest designs. Waste paper baskets, alarm clocks, mirrors . tooth , hair , lather , clothes, hat and flesh brushes , hand scrubs , combs, spong...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Chas. F. Shoop, ‘or , has been appointed instructor in the niathemnatical de partment. J. A. Hunter , ‘ 90 , is now Prof. of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado , Boulder , Col. M. J. _Remrtschl er , ‘ 04, _chienrist for the Pennsylvania Railroad Cornpany at Altoona , was a visitor here last Saturday. C. W. Lawrence , ‘97, who was with the Brown- Ketcham Iron Works, has been appointed instructor in Civil Engineering here. E. E. Godard , ‘ 03, is installing the new electrical plant in the Engineering Building. "Paddy " will also direct the badet band. John B. Landis , ‘ 03, of the American Car and Foundry Co., Berwick , Pa., spent a few days last week with Prof. and Mrs . C. D. Fehr. John P. Kottcamp, ‘ 04, York , holder of the John W. White Fel_. lowship, has joined the corps of instructors in the mechanical department. Paul 0. Noble , ‘ 04, who was con nected with the electrical department at th e opening of college has secured a position wi th the General Electric...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Wear lilteroatlollal- (Iotft ng Fall and Winter Suits, Overcoats Raincoats and Corduroys. Prices Right. Fit Guaranteed. Ro_,,m 578 _\lain _Bu ild P. M. RAINEY , A gt

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