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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
Base Ball. (Continued from is! page) battle last eleven innings , as he got twc hits and a run off "Mac ," and did some great throwing from right field , Umpire Sutherland was about the "worst ever. " and here ’s how the dis pute came about at the close of the game With the big crowd on its feet howling delirio usly in the last half of the eleventh , the score was 3 to 2 in State ’s favor , with two out , and E. _Masc_3n and Baylmss on third and second bases respectively for West Virginia. M _cll veen turned suddenly and threw to second base to catch Bayliss napping, and Mason made a dash for home. Cree shot the ball to Catcher _Killmer , who stood several feet from the plate awaiting the runner. It was the plain ~ est and easiest "out" imaginable , and Masor ~ turned away, and walked to the ben _d ’ . State ’s players ran in from the field and the crowd began to move away, when Umpire Sutherland hesitated a moment , then ran off the diamond and called out " safe " in a loud tone. S...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
A6ENTS ANYBODY CAN DO IT AGENTS We want good live representatives to take orders for "Peuro or Pearl" Medallio ns. Entirel y new. Sell at sight. Big money. Exclusive territory given. Agents’ supp lies. Novelties up-todate. Write at once. Universal M% nufacturing Co. Pitt sbar g, Pa. "KNACK" or "KNOW-HOW" in Clothes Making, call it what you will , "SIM" modelse mbod y it. They press their claim upon your attention b y he distinctiveness of the patterns , the excellency of the workmanshi p and their conformit y to he latest whisper of the mode. Prices are their winning features , because they ’re just moderateenough.
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
GRAHAM; the BARBER , sells them A Letter to the Alumni. ( Continued from 2nd page) _m eeting it was planned that a short agreement in writing be prepared , and submitted to a few of the _ine _~ nbers of the Alumni Association , by which a fund of two thousand dollars would be guaranteed. This has been signed, without hesitation by fifteen _mnt_3_inbers of the Association , who hav e made the m selves responsible for two thousand dollars. It of course was not the intention that these fifteen men should pay this two thousand dollars , but your Com m ittee was not satisfied to do anything until such a sum guaranteed , as they thoug ht that this _amnoum it would be required to defray the expenses of our part in the Celebration. At the last mneeting in Philadel phia , the following resolution was passed: "Resolved that a subscription , not to exceed $5.00, be solicited from each Alumnus and former student , and that they be asked to rem it promptly. " Following out this resolution we urg...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
WESTONN STANDARD PORTABLE :: DIRECT READING :: Voltmeters, Ammeters. Ohmmeters and Portab le Galvanometers For Laboratory, Testing and Switch-board use ~~~~ . Our Portable Instruments are recognized as ~~ r_1i _A ~ ._l_, ~ DA _I_.fl) Th e semi-portable Laboratory Srandards are still better. _- _‘c Ammeters are unsurpassed in point of extreme accuracy and _5 Our Station Voltmeters and lowest consumption of eneergy Weston Electrical Instrument Co. Main Office and Works Waverley Park. NEWARK , N.J. r New Yo _rt _OUce_. 74 _Cortland t St. S Weston Standard Portable _Vo_/_tinete_)
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
COTR ELL & LEONARD AL8 *NY _, _N. V Makers of CAPS , GOW NS AND HOODS to the American Colleges an d Universities. _Cl _is: Coniracis a Specially AGENTS WANTED to sell t he NoveI ~ of PAUL DE KocK. The Out look say s " he is one of the most amusing writers of the century; " and Buiwer wrote of him , " more rac y and power ful than any other writer I am aware of." Pamp hlet sent on request. GS’JRGE BARR _IE & _SONS , 13 3 Walnut SL ~ _Let _, Phil adel phia,
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
KRUMR INE & PEARCE STAT E5S BIG STORE DRY GOODS In all t _he _h _owe ,) _efl_’ecC _s _lii _Wi _u _i and Wa’_,_Ii _F’abi’scs GENTS’ FURNISHINGS The _CWCi t _II iiii ur ~ l _III t ~ . _Cu_) _lit _r ~ , ‘_Pi es, lloslei’y, Undel _Cveai ’ _‘_i foutid _lUre SHOES SHOES SHOES AND Til NN _NO_2_hI_; _IVe l _~ we iiioi’e _Sliu_,_" _, _hhin , _t ally _tw’ stoLe ’, in _lc ,_WI i. Try a pal _’ cif the Stat e ~ J _irso _, _ui w _itiCe r Silo and _54 06 GROCERIES _ANt) _T_._t _uit_,_i ~ _SU_1’i ’l_._l _ES T _h e _II _ncst ui _ci best _It _ti e _iii the eny is _Ioui id ivilut us.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
Band on Trip. More than thirty members of the College band participated in the grand parade held at the conclav e of the Knights Templar at _Williarnsport , Tuesday. The Bellefonte Comnmandery of Knights Templars secured the services of the college band for the occasion and the musicians left here Monday evening spending the night in Bellefonte and going on to Williamsport Tuesday morning. Upon arriving in Bellefonte Monday evening the band serenaded Governor Beaver at his hom e. A _un ique feature of the par ade at Williamsport was that at one time all the bands present were grouped together and played "Onward Christian Soldiers " The fellows returned to college Wednesday morning. Inspection Trip. A party of Senior _Agricultunists left last Saturday on an inspection tri p to Philadel phia. The men will be gone for one week. Points of interest to them in and about the Quaker City are bei ng visited.
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
The Reserve Trip Friday morning the Reserve Baseball team started on a short trip and m et Bellefonte Academy at Bellefo nt e that afternoon. " Mike " Dodge pitched for our boys and had the game entirel y under his control until the end of the eighth inning. With the score 6-2 , the Academy succeeded in getting in five runs on a couple of hits and two bad errors so that 6-7 in favor of Bellefonte was the final score. On Saturday the team played Juniata college at Huntingdon and easily defea ted them by the score 10-5. Sankey pitched for us and did consistant work , allowi ng only two hits while our fello ws pounded the ball in good style. 5ummer School _in Mechan ic Arts STATS COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY Emec mive courses arc provided in all subjects tau ght in mechanic al and electrical engineer ing schools . _Spv c _i ~ ! _attv nttsn in given so shop cou rses , mechan ical dra _ising aim des ign , math cmaticn mechan ics of engi neering, t heorctical etec _tr ical subjects , labora tory c...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
W. L. FOST E R DF.ALER _IN NL ~~ RJ : L_. JnERc I 1mNDIsE SPECIALTIES Walk-over Shoes for Ladies and Gents. Gents ’ Furnishing Goods of all kinds. Ladies’ fine Dress Goods in the very latest styles. Fancy Groceries—of the finest quality . Don ’t forget that we carry a full line of A. G. Spalding’s Sporting Goods. Telephone STATE COLLEGE , PA
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
D. Klein & Bro PHILADELPHIA Supplies for Milita ry Schools and Colle ges Uniform . Clothing, Caps _anc ~ Shoulder Strap s, S words, Belts, Gloves , Leggins , etc., etc ~ i’dAKI R- OF TI lE UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENTS FOR THE P. _5. C. Represented by _. _~~~~ . . W. B. DUNN , in Armory ~
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
THE Stale CoIIe e Hotel J. B. Shuman _. Proprietor U’E _NTIt ALL Y _LOCit ’I’E _I_) SI’EL’I A _I ~ ItA’L’ _EN I’O .S ~ I’tj DENTS EXCELLENT A’I"I_’ _g NTION GIVEN ‘ rim _‘I’ItJs _NSIENT ’J’RA _I)E LIVE _R Y IN _S_1NNEO’rlo N S’I’EA _~ 1 _h EAT _O _()() J ) _C UI _SI N E A I_" LNE LINE 01_" CIGARS AL_\VAYS ON _IIA NI ) ~
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
Alumni Notes W. A. Fox , ‘04, of 28 Ferry St., New York , is assistant chemist for the United States Leather Company. C. N. Fenstermacher , ‘04, has bee n promoted from the shop department of the Western Electric Company of Chicago , to the department of construction. 0. H. Bathgate, ‘04, is erecting electric signals for the Chicago , Mi lwaukee and St. Paul Railway between Chicago and Rockford , Ill. J. K. Burton , ‘02, has resigned fro m the U. G. _1., of Philadel phia , and is investigating the recovery of ammonia from various distilatiom _i industries. Leroy F. Shaner , ‘04 , has resigned fro m the General Electric Company to accept a position with the Baldwin Locomotive Works. H. C. Kittridge , ‘04, has left Alliger & Co., Wilkesbarre , and is now with the National Tube Co., of Philadelphia. John W. Heston , LL.D., ‘79, has been elected President of the South Dakota Agricultural College at Brookings, S. D.