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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
The Potter -Hoy Hardware Co _Hse r ~ t _ll iitg in 1-larclwr,re i)kLc _ihi_,_to,, r,_cc _lice PENINSULAR PAINT and VARNISH CO c-c _~ ,_u_,_j_, _IcLe _h i _m ASPUALT ROOFINOS.... _01_c r ic_1 ,_i_,_lftit y BELLE FONT E _, PA.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
MINE TUNNEL Complete Tunnel Added to Equipment of Schools of Mines. The School of Mines is just coirpleting a tunnel for experimental purposes. In constiuction an I size it represents a drift ot tunnel in a mine and the visitor may easily imagine himself any depth below the surface he chooses. One e id is under the Minirg Machine iy room at the east end of the Mining Building. Passing fiom under the building it loins west _patallelir.g the main wing of the building to the Metallurgical _Laboratoties, then turn s noi th , and etude _n ~ at the northeast wing. The total lergth is about 300 feet , the wid th at the bottom inside the timbeis , 4 feet S inches , an d at the top 3 feet 8 inches. The height between the sill and cap is 6 feet 4 inches. The sides a’sd top are supported by "S x 8" framed timber sets place d 4 fe et apart with wooden lagging behind the m. It is lig hted th roughout by electricity stu d lat r on a tuack will be laid ill the tunnel on which mine cars may he iun....
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
_h igh Class I ~ i _lu L (; _~~ aV New Powers _fO Our Pictures are th ~ E ~~ t Sh ’own in any Sc _theater , _Dli_’ _’ _’ icc _0 _0 0 _0 _!_I_0 ~~ COME AND _E_31 _CON\ ’INCTD _I ~~ Fc _Ll r ~~ hc wngi ~ E _~ _tc_’ _~ m ~~~~~ Ic s-siI- g _~ 1_E 615 _Y I’i ac _00 _( _1_! ~ J3 Matil- ~ eee JEvsasry ~~~~~~~~ L ~ _rci_.:_i _~ 0_’ IOOJI _10 _)_0 _i ~~ 5_~~~~ ___—_.___-_—-ADMlSSlO H-- - _-- ~~~~~~~~ _~~~ : S e a t i ti çj C a _lii r _ii 0 ~ _I _._! _k F’. H W F’ HMUV ~~~~ c. . ~~~ HARNESS MAK ER Agent for T HE SOLITE SUITCASE Ce,, be ke p t _do to by _watlt tn _c _w_,_tit tote antI _ladle r Yo u r _Il e _et_,_n,b on _a _wl_,_en _co _olly. _TI t u beet _LOW PRiCE _so tt odot’ matte J. B. MINGLE, Shoemaker Allen _Stied
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
Mr. 0. H. Slaughter has again been successful catching wireless messages from distant _points. The station at Cape Cod was the last place heard from. - Faculty Meeting. There will be a iegular month ~ y meeting of the faculty tonight in the foyer of the Auditor ium. REV. ROBERT R. REED. Takes Position of ollege Chaplain Left Vacant by Dr. Gill. Although many of the faculty, and of the student body of this college have to a certain degree become acquainted with Mr. Reed , at least with his ability as a speaker, it behooves us to intioduce him to all our readers , and also to bid him welcome. In respect to Mr. Reed’s past , we may say that he waa born in Du Bois. Pa., in 1882. In 1900 he giaduated from Mercersbung Academy, ane from there he betook himself to college. He was a varsity tackle at Princeton Universit y dun ing 1902 and 1903. Having covered himself with glory for football achievements , he graduated with an A. B. degree in 1904. Mr. Reed taught Latin in the DuBois Hig h Sc...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
j . C. S ~~ I ~ & So ~ _III _2 • LL’_0 —_,_i _, , _~ ~~ ~~ • _l_3_bI_:_ldeis _Matur ai Oils , p _._IIIItS. _klass , cement Slid stoves _Roofi_1 ~gan d _spoutIng I—lcu_.,eiui _Iii Thing Coc _~ c _- _- _I _IC bc ‘ ‘U tanv _‘_cnn C _L _C_)lI _~~ _ciC _UNDE_!_: T _h E A _~~ \( _k (iLNT OF ._2 A M L _S _P A I K E N S THE HOME OI ~ TI-I _P _1_v_: _~~~~ - ~ _Si_: F 0 0 T _11 .\ L L _1_’ F A M ‘rHEIR _iRIEND S WILL ALWAYS sI’CFlVF SPECIAL _LENTI _ON _l ~ _OIi ’ ~ _1_II ~ _I j’O _~~ 1 i ___c _I _(( ( (• ‘ _l_._I_. _~~ ’ _c .. _bfl _, ’ç_. ~ _(_1_,_11_, ‘ _,_• _•_b . • _I L _be _, r t ( _I_!_. _’ _,_i_7 _. ‘ ~ _\ _~ c _1_i_, _1_’ _’ -t t ~ l _ob S ~~~~ _1_’ _l ~ !, N_’_le_/\’ers First : Class : _Restaur ant 1(0- (_i _._101 .0 _010_! _‘ _III _‘ 00 _I_’ _00 _00_(_i_" _Iilh _E_\_0 ,j _(_1 _II _I _~~~ o i _’ _._\ o _‘_Mfl ock ~ ave ~~ te _~ : ~ _Lalnl _~ I’y _- _. _° _o _°I _1 _‘ _You r Patronage Solu c ued _2_._IUD _LI ’I • ~ CENT_5 A. L. _5_iI _~~ _IIn_._u _1 _‘ _II —I _, ‘J/ _Stiui er ...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
I-larry \V. _SaUerS _Efj ~ ~~~~~ ~ J ~ \_illO ’ ~ _~~~ til’_( ~ 130 East College Avenue A full line oh’ nie n _’s turn _Ish_1_Inc l ~ Custorri _noacl e c l ot _liu t u g _l y _tile Royal t ailors _c POnIlIululs _fl_17_(_l cushion tops - et _Ii t ie n _ssoi -huu u c’t it Cleaning and Pressinci _Tick_, $1.50 worth oh’ _woi _k t _oo _- _1 _~ 1_OD
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
The : Pennsylvania : State : College EDWIN _ERI_.E SPARKS , Ph.D., L.L. D., PRESIDENT Established nnrh _nlflliltl t ifltel by the joint action of the United States Governm ent itnd the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania FIVE GIlEAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineering, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural _Scieiire , offering _tliirt ~ -lti- e _coui ’t t ’s of four yours each—Also _CO _UlSO S in Home Economies , lndtistrial Art and Phy _’_,ieutl E_,lu. CittiOlt—_- ’I’UITI ON FREE to both sexes; incidental chai’ges moderate. Ftr’_,t selnt’oter _5_gb ’ lltiltclk’ of September; second semeotor the first of February; Summer Session for Tenchors _aIl O t _b t tl _~ e l hht-ct _itlon lllty in .June of each year. For catalogue , bulletins , announcements , etc., address TIlE REGISTRAR , State College . Pennsylvania
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
Tt_, e First Nati onal Bank BELLEF ONTE cor ral $JIII . IIOIJ _Soepia_, $125 _1_)_043 _Cltor lo-, _SicC u r dy J _u s K. _Bu reit _a rt _Pr _‘t _Jvr_, t _Cun h_,_a r BUSH HOUSE E. L. GRAHAM & COMPANY _I_. C . HOLMES STAPLE an d FAN CY GRO C ERIE S. FR U I TS _Bg _~~ g _~ _roy _~ rg _PIO NNA _Rstr per _1ay 62 50 _~ )_,_tt_, bui lt _63 p,.r d ~ y —\V. _I,. DAGGE’I’T— Dry Goods GrocerIes Sporting Goods East College avenue Phones ~~~ HAGMA N Strictly : Firstclass Tailoring HIgh Grade Gents Furnishings 127 S. Allen Street - _IL C. PEARCE . _- • Bett Qt_,attty Best Service Your patronage solicited ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE ook _Jv s_n _~ ) ~~ ç _~ 6 _° _\33o James M. Williams General Tinning, Roofing Spouting and Furnace Work Shop_: ~ South Frazier street •:. Restaurant Sh .ftler _’s Restaurant _DYeIt_4_O AOD _DRY CLEA _I_,_IN_6 Goods sent on Thursdays of each wee ~~ ._‘_cs. _B_.ea’tultyee 119 South Burrowes Street WEAVER _~ ~~ F. 0_. _~ Dry Goods. Notions , Shoes, Groce. Opposite H...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
Coottouwl 1ro,n _i_,,_atr ~ big ga m e, with Nebraska , and ty ing with Kansas Univeisity. At the beg inning of the present , season Hollenback again returned to Penn State in the position of Advisory Coach. Althoug h little need be said of the success of the team this fall , it has been clearly shown that _I by our victories over Geneva , Gettysburg and especially Cornell . that Penn State, by having one of the most efficient staffs of coaches in the country, has one of the best teams that ever represented the ’ Blue and White on the gridiron. _I We Wonder. If we can’t all turn out and make the Masque Ball at _Hallowe’en a big success. If the game returns in the Old Chapel were not slightly complicated, Important meeting of the Philadelphia Club in the Engineering Building toni ght at seven.
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
_~ I \, ~_I _~ ( / / _- The 5im Clothes J ~~~~~~ IIa_ _, _t ( ~~~~~~~~~~~~ _/_- _, _& ~~~ ‘ 1 _E _~ ’ Z _~ s?i/’// Y _/ _00 ~~~~ _~ i _~ c_/& As will be shown at Th _I ~~~~~ b ~ _~ ‘ irØ _hf/f/ flf:_~ _ta_ ~ ‘ _~~~ — _Ia ~ h _i / _~ i/ ~ _Ii ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _‘I- _/_1 /&\ _~ -c ~~~ . J \.\\ _’ THE NITTANY INN on FRIDAY OCT. 20 ~~~~~~~~~ E LL P Are the higest perfection of good clothes making. ~~ C _~~ /~ ’ g_5b _lla , t _s ~ __u _o_:_oe_, ,e- _iiu_, ~ ~ Garments that reflect the best of style and taste , in most fashionable forms and models. cThe Sim store shows such a wide diversity of choice assuring your particular taste and ideas to be met in these garments. _~ 1We shall be most pleased to show you them. ~ BReady to wear and custom made Sack Suits, Frock Suits , Full Dress Suits, Tuxedos , Overcoats of cloth , in light , medium and heavy weights , for dress. Overcoats in heavy cloth fcr motoring. Fur lined coats , Raincoats of Rubbetized cloth , Gabardine a...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
4 l1i t r- EHI t11 ~ ~~ _~~ ~~ St ~~ t ~~ CQ 1I ~~ g ~~ E _~i— _iri g Ro Qi-r _I Under Ne w Ma _~ ageme ~ t ude nts _’ regular hoard a week $3 ~ 5O Students ’ single meals 35c Transient _50c ~ aI ~~ _ril_, ~ _[_Zi J _~ ra _~~~ i’l,j _~ _lo ~~ _nt_?_r _.[ (" ~ C_’_uia _~ _ae ~~ _ev new equipment A. L. BASCOMB & BROTHERS , ProprIetors
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
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