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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905
THE M°ALLISTEIR DINING H A LL Wi be open to serve meals on and after Wednesday. April 5, 1905, 12 00 noon MEAL HOURS 7:00 TO 8:00 12: 00 TO 1:00 5:30 TO 6:30 R A T E S 21 concecuttve _nicels , $3.25, by _ttcket , cash in advance 21 meals , good until used , $6 _50, cash in advance Stogie _me_,tl ttcket , So cet_,_ts Your Patronage W H, HOUSEL Respectfully Solicited caterer
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905
’HARVEY S BAKER Y FOR FINE CONFECTIONERY (Jfl tot i _i ~~ _:_ul wit y ~ _fro _~ i_, _l)u’c’ati _’ ,t’ _WI_) _tjtt y t , t it tO t ’ ‘ _too t t _,_s _atlv _A_(" _rtlhtt_:_Its RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT outchc t_._t_7_NChhtiS a St’htCtAl’ ’t’Y Oysters Ice Cream Soda Water _\_Vh_5 _, _‘ _. _I_,_’ , ’ ,’AYS _‘L’tO y T _i) _1’I_,_EA _SE OU _II _Ct _’ S’t’t_)_M _tOu _t HARVEY _BROSI Prop ’s ~ _~
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905
Palace Restaurant (it, _li,et ’u_. f,,t’ a _lu ll _ll,, e c_,f _Satul — _uvie _l_,_t _~ , ;tt,d ( _~ ,_L_1_i _~ l( [ _~ uttcl , \Ve _u_’_,e _illS ’ _uw, _I_,_otui ’ —ttut _It ( l _lou t ,, _i _tt _‘_,_iLttSi ~ V lL’il _(_tS_, Oysters served in all sty les Boarding by the week , (lay or mea l W. G. Caidwell , Proprietor
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
Base Ball The record made by State ’s Varsity nine on their recent Eastern trip is certainly a proud one. To begin with the crack Villanova college nine was defeated at Atlantic City, "Birdie " Cree’s three base-hit "helping some: " and then the Princeton Tigers were once again laid low by prowess of _Mcllveeti:s mighty left wing. In the two games a total of 27 hits were secured among them five doubles , five triples , and one home run. Such batting as this surely stamps State’s nine as one of the strongest hitting teams on the college diamond and after defeating the champion Princeton team, ‘the White and Blue" certainly "looks as good" as anything in the land. At Princeton State is rated as "terror with the stick, " and Captain Ray ’s men certainly did make Don _- Doyle, the crack Princeton pitcher look pretty sick. This victory of ours down at Princeton is getting to be quite an annual affair. The score. 5TATE RHOAE cree ss 2 2 0 3 _(_1 Kilimer c _Ii _I_) 9 1 0 Mason 3 0 3 _1 Mcl...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
Thursday, JUNE 8, 1905 EDITORIAL The strenuous week is nearl y over; one by one the text books are placed up on the shelf , some of them probably never to be consulted again. Many argue that exams are useless an d a waste of _tim ~ , just as flies are good for nothing but tormenting peop le. The question has been debated pro and con many times but we do not intend to take up the discussion. For him , who has studied his lessons and has made successful _"stabs " at his exams , there is a feeling of self-satisfaction as he comes out of his last exam and enters into the gayities of commencement week. He who is positive that he is among the "flunks , " un . less he is an optimist , takes on a countenance which is of a gloomy nature. One more semesters work is nearly finished; one more eighth of the college course is almost past. How time does fl y. To show the success that the Alumni Committee is having in its efforts to have class reunions this Commencement and justify our claims as re...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
STATE COLLE GIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office . State College , Pa. as second class matter. EDITORS , T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06, chief , W. 3. DUMM , ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 H. 0. NASON , ‘07 R. B. MEcKLEY , ‘OS S. S. RIDDLE, ‘08 BUSINESS MANAGER. H. P. DAWSON , ‘07 CIRCULATION MANAGER _1,_1_, _7 , A. SLATER , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER . W . N. LE PAGE, ‘08.
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
Calendar SATURDAY , JUNE 10. 9.45 a. m. ‘Competitive drill. 8.00 p. m. Pharsonian Minstrels. SUNDAY , JUNE _11 10.30 a. m.—Baccalaurcate Sermon by the Rev. David Gregg., D. D ., LL. D., President of the Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny. 6.30—7.30 p. m . —Open air V. M.C. A. meeting on the Campus. 8—9 p. m.—Sacred Concert in the Auditorium. MONDAY , JUNE 12. In the Auditorium : Historical and Commemorative Addresses 10— 12 a. m. — By Get . James A. Beaver , Judge of the Superior Court Dr. A. H. Tuttle (class of ‘68) of the University of _1Jirginia : Professor C. Alfred Smith ( class of ‘61) of Chicago : Dr. H. P. Armshy, Director of the U. S. _Agiicultura l Experiment Station at The Pennsy lvania State College : and Dr. G. G. Pond , also of The Pennsylvania State College. 4 p. rn—Dr. N. C. Schaeffer , State Superinzendent of Public Instruction : Professor D. C. Jackson (class of ‘85 ) of the University of Wisconsin Professor John Hamilton (class of ‘71 ) of the U. S. Departmen...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
The 1906 LaVie A great many students have inquired recently about the LaVie and we have asked the management for a statement concerning that publication. The 1906 LaVie is being printed by The Tuttle Publishing Company of Rutland , Vermont. This firm does a great deal of work on college annuals printing the year books for some of the best New England colleges as Williams , Brown , Trinity, etc. The book will be beautifull y and very substantially bound in the class colors , red and black. The editors succeeded in getting the work off for press promptl y as contrac ted on April 1st and the proof has all been read. No delay is expected so that the book will surely be on sale on the Friday of June 9. The work of the editors is up to high standard and without doubt will compare well with that of former volumes. The artistic work should be decidedly above par for the half tones and engravings are very good and the paper was chosen with special reference to this consideration. In all the ...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
NOTICE The rates at McAllister Dining Hall during Commencement week will be neither raised or lowered. The $6.50 ticket (good for twentyone meals , transferable , but not redeemable) will be issued. There will be no cut in the quanitty or quality of the board. Preparations are now being made to serve better meals than are served regularly. WM. HOUSEL. She : Don ’t you think it is an affection to carry a cane ? H e: Oh , no , it is a very old custom. Didn ’t Adam carry a Cain ?—Ex ,
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
Base Ball (Conf inu cd f r om isi f ta g c) STATE _RII OAE Cr ee ss ‘2121 _lCillmer c 1 1 6 1 1 Mason 3 1 3 0 1 1 M chlveenp .. 1 2 2 2 0 Ray l 1 0 12 1 0 _Navo rst ick 1 1 2 0 0 0 For kum 2 23 _55 2 Ross m 01000 Yeckley r 0 0 1 1 0 Totals . . . _8 14 27 13 _5 PRINCETON R _Fl 0 A E _Re idss 1 1 0 _5 1 Heim m 12100 Wclls 2 . ...0 _211 30 Mc Lean 3 0 0 0 _I _1 L. Dayle r 0 0 2 0 0 Cooney c 10320 Forsythe 1 2 2 2 0 0 Bar dl 1 311 0 0 D. Doyle p 0 0010 Totals 6 10 27 12 2 State . . . . . 2 _00 3001 2 1)—S Priiiceton 0 2 0 2 0 t_) 1 0 1—3 Two base hits—Wells , Forsythe. Three base hits—K _illmer , Mason , Forkum . Ha ~ erst ick. Home run — For kum. Stolen ba ses—Cree , Wells. Bases on balls—off Mc llveen 3. Struck oat—b y Doyle 3 Mchlveen 6. Sacrifice hits— Hav ers t _ick _, WeIl ~ . Double plays-—Bard (unassisted;) Wells and Bard; Forkum and Ray, Mc hlveen and Ray. Hit by pitched ba lt—Yeckley , _Hesm. Time of Game 1.40 Umpire—Ho _m er. Natural ~ History Club Banquet. Saturday night in ...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
A GENT S WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL DE KOCK. The Outlook says " he is one of the most _Imusin g writers of the century ;" and Bu lwer wrote of him , " more racy and power ful than any other writer _I am awa re of." Pamp hlet sent on request. GEORGE BARR IE & SONS , 13 13 Wa lnut Street , Philadel phia. pitcher is spitting in a public place when he uses this style of pitching. They claim that the ball may become infested with tuberculosis and be transferred to other players who handle it.
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 June 1905
AGENTS ANYBODY CAN DO IT AGENTS We want good live representatives to take orders for _" Peuro or Pearl" Medallions. Entirel y new. Sell at sight. Big money . Exclusive territory given. Agents’ supplies. Novelties up-todate. Write at once. Universal Manufacturing Co. Pittsburg, Pa. _"KNACK" or "KNOW-HOW" in Clothes Making, call it what you will , "SIM" models embod y it. They press their claim upon your attention by the distinctiveness of the patterns , the excellency of the workmanship and their conformity to the latest whisper of the mode. Prices are their winning features , because they’re j ust moderateenough .