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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
Smith & Son o ~ o_’tat ~ s_‘_. Dealers in General ; Hardware Builders ’ Material The beat In the country Oils, paints, glass, cemett are handled by m e, If and stoves want PURE goods at a Roofing and spouti ~ g fair price you can get them only from HousefurnlshIng Goods, Etc. ~ he ‘RUttan ~ Inn State CoUc _~ c ~~ UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF ____ JAMES P AIKENS — - — THE HOME OF , THE — PENN STATE —- FOOTBALL TEAM ~~ F-I C) E ~ ~~~~ THEIR FRIENDS WILL ALWAYS REC ~~~ IV _1 ~ SPECIAL ATTENTION The new fall styles I don ’t talk I make signs or snoes just in at Lettering of tru nk, arid suit case, my in—dot ty. Poster , ,how and _displ ~ y card, L ~ . _ID_. F’V E’S CHAS. A. WOMER , State College _- - H. M . Meyers First Class : Restaurant i _mail -. - *s _~~~ _auu _‘ ~~~ O _~~~ _ri _~ _ift_. Cream ::d _‘Confectionery _" _~~~~~~~~ ‘_- _‘? ~ Oto ~ Ta_*_tT 106 EAST COLLEGE AVENU _~ I and dealer _in ~~~ Lock ilaven_, Steam _Laundry __ I__ at _0 _1115P_[CTlON , BEST WORK ~~~~ ~~~~~~ _‘ L’...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
ct Investigate the merits of that great Western company, the Royal Union Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Des Moines, Iowa ? Investigation will show you that the security given to the policy-holders is unexcelled, and the attractive rate of in terest secured on the investments, made exclusively in the West, is a guarantee of good dividends. Investigate and make money. No trouble to show specimen policies, no _importuntty. JAMES I. THOMPSON General Ag ~ nt Lemont Pa ~~~
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
The : Pennsylvania : State : College EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D ., L.L. D., PRESIDENT Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ~~~ FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Enginee ring, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science , offering thirty-five courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics , Industrial Art and Physical Education—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February ; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue, bulletins, a _~ _inouncements, etc., address THE REGISTRAR , State College, Pennsylvania —
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
To.morrow is no time at all—it never comes. The time to insure _is ~ to-day. You will be supplied with the kind of insurance adapted to _yoi ~ r means and needs; your convenience will be consulted , the way made easy if you apply to the PENN MUTUAL LIFE, 921-3-5 Chestnut St. College Sales Company State College Representatives. Berryman Mulvihill Love
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
_Shupe , Welty, McVean and _I_3_dczko. ~ Prospects for the football seaso _1 n of 1912 appear very bri ght at t_1_i ~ present writing. With but four men gone from last year ’s championship eleven, it looks as if _~ ‘_e shall have another championship team this year. The back-1 ~~ 1d positions made vacant by Barry , King and Barrett leaving cpUege will be filled by Barron and I3cr _ryman . From present inclications, Lamb will make a stçong l)id for t _h e position of tackle left vacant by the graduatiOn of 1-lariow. Dean Jackson Interested in Alumni. During Dean Jackson ’s recen t trip, he attended , with Mr. R. H. Smith , the Section Alumni meeting at Scranton; a meeting of another section just forming at Buffalo , and the convention of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers at Schenectady, where lie spoke at the convention dinner ttPOfl tile responsibility of engir ~ eering organi zations for the public welfare. I-fe also attended the notable banquet and conference at the U...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
CAN HELP YOU if you want employment and _can afford to prepare. for a paying _p_0_. sition GOING INTO BUSINESS?• Then investi gate EASTMAN before you decide on your college. Consider What it will mean to you to begin business "full panoplied" as Minerva sprang from the head of Jove—equi pped BEFOREHAND with what most college men and wom en have to learn after graduating through a long, pain ful , poorly paid or costly apprentice ship. EASTMAN teaches all that is essential to training for busiiiess—cluri ng college li fe, a wholesome , energizing experience , affordin g, time and money considered , just as much of all the cultural activities— physical , _inteile _~ tnal , and social——wh ile you are in college , and very much more after you are thro ugh. For EASTMAN graduates ar e ready for work and are not obliged to hunt aimlessly for "something to do. " Positions are offered them promptly , and they earn higher salaries at the start and advance faster up because they KNOW BUSINESS ...
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
Mr. 3. 3. Johnson , General Su perintendent of Telegraphs of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, _oresided , and prominent representatives from all parts of the system east of the A_1leghen_’ ~ Mountains were present. The special train carry ing tile guests left here about 4 o’clock in the afternoon. The railway dispatchers are much interested in wireless telegraphy as a possible instrument ~ hcreb y communications can be maintained between stations in case of the breakdown of the ord _~ llary methods of conlmunications , and examined the College wireless equipment with care. Footbali Prospects for 1912. 1_~~ ie r es _n _I t s accomplished through tile inauguration of spring ftfotball practice at Penn State have been extremely gratif ying. I _~~ has given the new men an opp ~ rtunity to gain confidence and to become acquainted with _,th e s _~ ’stem and style of play in use _h _~ _ire. Among those who have showed tip well in practice are
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
The First National Bank BELLE FON TE Copilot _$1_IYJ_,_00_II Surplus _3125. _1_)_00 Chorle ,_McCur dy Ja s K. _Bornh _ort Pre _;,dest Cashier E. L. GRAHAM & COMPANY I. C. HOLMES STAPLE and F H GV GROCERIES. _FRUITf Dry Goods Groceries Sporting Goods East College avenue Phones BSLLEFONTE PENNA Itate per day _S_2 50 With bath _33 _ocr d&y Best Quality Best _Service _‘your patronage solicited _~~~ —W_._L_. _DAGGEPT ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
J. P. HAGMAN James M. William s General Tinning, Roofing Spouting and Furnace Work Shop: South Frazier street DYEING _1_,_30 DRY CLEANING Goods sent on _Thursda _~ ’s of each week 119 South Burrowes Street Strictly : _Firstclus : Tailoring HIgh Grade Gents _FurnIshh ~ g _, s ’ 127 S. Allen -Street ~ - __r