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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
KRLJMRIN E & PEARCE STATE ’S BIG STORE DRY GOODS In all the newesi’ effects in Wool and Wash Fabri cs GENTS’ _PURNISHINGS The bes _, line of Shirts , Collars , Ties, _h osiery, Underwear is found _h ere SHOES SHOES _SHOES AND T_1IE ~ SOME We have more Shoes than any _two store s in town. Try a pair of _thu State _sh oes lor winter. _$4.50 and $4.00 GROCERIES AND TAELE Srn’PLIES The finest and best line in tile city is found with us. COTRELL & LEO NARD - . ALBANY _, N. Y. Makers of CAPS , GOWN S AND HOODS to the American _Coiiegem and Universit ies. Class Cant racis a Specialty
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
OUR NE W SPRING CLOTHING Men ’s Furnishing Goods and Hats are - Now Open for Inspection and Sale We never have gone into these articles so extensivel y and so carefull y. Be assured of our earnest efforts to please all of our friends and customers in quality, style , fit and price - - We Have Larger Lines of Sporting Goods than any Former Season MERCHANT TAILORING In all its Branches. Fully Equipped. Manh attan Shirts and Gu yer Hat s _I_, ~~ _~f_5 _~ 5 _ES eiiPPENflhiN_._IB ________________________________ MONTGOMERY & CO ~ - _~~~_---- _~~~~~ - _----- --- - —
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
STATE COLLE GE STUDIO Stands as a synonym for all that is new, artistic and up-to date in Photography. If you watch this space during this college year we will _- try and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction. Please call and examine our work . ‘1MI I r i-i_. Mr_ii w . w ~ ~~ ~~
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
AGENT S WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL DE KOCK. The Out look says " he is one of the most amus ing writers of the century ; " and Buiwer wrote of him , _" more racy and _nower ful than any other writer 1 am _~ .ware of. " P amp hict sent on rcqui GE ORGE BAR _; ~ JE & _So _~~ , i3!2 \\T a ~ nut S::ect _, i _~ 1_hil adCi _i _~ .h ~
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
_Oar _Microarapas _. Mlcmlamu _. _L_.borahq _Olass_. _~ srp ~ CilsmkaI-AllpIrslus _. ChsmIcals_, ~ l’hois _Lsns_._s _md $_buftsrs Thid _Ciassus_. _Prsjsctio_, _Apparsias_, PhoIs_._Ulevo Camuas _mrs and by _(bilsadlaytab- •_rsl _orls_. _sad _Oonr _’ _sI Isp’ls _Dosud _lb_. _Isdd
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
YOU WILL HA V;EJ.. FIT IF YOUR NEW SUIT IS MADE BY I. E3 0 F & CO THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS - - _- W e’ H ve IZir t _c 1 ss q9sortrrlent at IE INI G L1 I _Fl: C 0 I _I _) LI 1R0Y and Our Prices for Trousers Made to Your Order are LOWEST EVE R QUOTED IN STATE COLLEGE Satisfaction Guaranteed or No Pay _- - BUSINESS HOURS FROM 4 TO 5 AND 6 TO 8 P. M. _- - - ‘ CALL AND SEE OUR SAM PLES STAHL & GARRAHAN _, 314 MAIN ~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
SPALDINGS OFFICIAL FOOT BALL GUIDE Edited By Walter Camp for 1905 Contaftiing the newly revised OFFICIAL PLAYING RULES All America teams and review of season of 1004 ; All America teams from _18_S_9 to 1904; All America selections from leading newspapers ; Middle \Vest all star team for _1004 All itiastern college elevens for 1904. by Uiarles Edward L’atterson , of _Princeton; _record of all the leading teams; scores of the game between prominent collages since Introduction of Rugby foot bail; review of special annual cdilege matches in 191_)4 ; a short description of the game, special chapters on the state of tile game In the _101 lowIng sections of the country : Middle West. by Charles Baird , of the _U niversity of Michi gan; Middle States, by George Orton, of Pennsylvania; New England , by .Joseph _H. _i_’endieton ; Colorado by A. W. _Risloy; Pacific Coast, by H. L. Eag ~ _erIy; the South . by ,1. L. de-San _iles; the Southwest. by Martifi A. Delaney; forecast for season of _199...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
A New College _Yeal September fourteenth marked the opening of what promises to be a very prosperous year to State College. Long before that date new and old men came pouring in to continue in their pursuit after knowledge, and the familiar scenes such as the arrival ot the scared and forlorn-looking Freshmen , and of the upper classmen renewing fond acquaintances were once more enacted. Everybody seemed in a good humor and as one fellow said as soon as he got off the hack , "well , Bill , I had a fine time during vacation , but I am glad to be back , " each appeared to be satisfied with his return. The President in his address at the first chapel exercises gave some good wholesome advice to the old men as well as the new. He also aiviounced the new course in Forestry which the Trustees have decided to install this year. This is to be a four-year course open to Freshmen and Sophomores , and while we know little of the plans for this new project , let us hope that it will be up to th...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
Annual Reception About six hundred fellows gathered ~ n the Armory last Friday evening at the reception to new students given by the college Young Men ’s Christian Association. Members of the Faculty and their wives were present , as well as many of the instructors and friends of the college. The program opened with a selection by the college orchestra , followed by an Invocation by Dr. Gill. President 0. C. Hayes_, ‘06, of the Association presided , and after the singing of "Onward Christian Soldiers. " he introduced General James A. Beaver , who extended greetings to all students , both old and new, spea ~ dng in the heart y open manner that has made him ever popular with the student body. Following Gen. Beaver ’s talk a double quartette from the glee club sang a selection entitled "Mrs. Winslow ’s Soothing Syrup, " and , being called upon for an encore , rendered the College Medley. Reverend Mr. Heckman , Dr. Gill, and Prof. Pattee made short addresses on "The Start , " "Being a ...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
LOCALS Mr. J. J. Hoblitzell , Mining, ‘04, is spending a few days in town. Myron Creese , ‘05, who received the White Fellow ~ hip last commencement has returned to college for post graduate work. Gray, ‘03, was married on September 6th to Miss Judge of Bellefonte. The honeymoon was spent in Atlantic City. Mr. Gray is in the insurance business in Bellefonte. George M. Sellers , ex-’03, Columb ia , ‘04, was married on August, 9th to Miss Helen Thompson , of Lemont. Mrs. F. E. Foss , wife of Prof. Foss of the Civil Engineering Department died on Friday, August 4th. Prof. Osmond has an article in Science, September , 8th 1905, on "Treatment of Simple 1-larmonic Motion. " He believes that th ~ method of treating this subj ect which is generall y used leads to i’nperfect or false conceptions , and gives a method of obtaining the fundamental equations without the use of the "auxiliary circle.’’ Mr. Percy W. Flint of Charleston , South Carolina , has been appointed Assistant Chemist at the...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
1909 1909 is with us , and surely a more alert and neat looking bunch of Freshmen has never entered old State. In number they exceed the high-water marks reached by 1907 having over 300 menentered as against ‘07’s 290. The spread of State’s reputation is shown by the fact that the members of this class came not only from the "Peasantry of Pennsylvania , " but from Porto Rico. and from other places outside of Pennsylvania as far west as Michigan. It is early yet to say how much they will contribute to the athletic and other college organizations , but both "Pop " Golden and "Paddy " Godard have already secured some good men , and when the call comes , the class will no d ~ ubt furnish gcod material in other lines. The religious inclinations of the class have not yet been deteimined but the fondness for sprinkling that some of the Freshmen have already shown _lead ~ us to believe that the Presbyterian church should secure active workers from among them. The _"C o=op. " T ~ e Co-operat...