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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
FIT" j Th e most noticab le part of a _m an ’s wearing apparal is a stylish fit. And it is largely from this that our firs t impressions are formed. College men as a usual thing dress more tastily than "men in any other walk of life , and it is not an unusual expression HE IS DRESSED LIKE A COLLEGE MAN " A man who com es to College , may at first lack taste in the selection of his garments; but this is speedil y overcome when he comes daily in contact with other men of good taste and selection. The man most to be pitied is the man who has the ideas of dress but cannot secure a tailor competent of executing the m. This is the man with whom we are most desirous ot becoming acquainted , and it will not cost him anything to make our acquaintance , if he is not satisfied and benefitted. We Will Not Allow a Man to Have a Suit Over Which He Expresses th e Least Dissatisfac tion. Wanamaker & Brown Have given charge of all State College tailoring to Mr . Strecher , their most profi c...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
E. E. Society The Electrical Engineering Society held a meetirg in room 20 of the Engineering building, Wednesday evening of last week. The followinz officers for the present _telm were elecled; President , El :r.e, ‘06; Vice President , _Lan des, ‘06; Sec retary, _Fohz , ‘06; Treasurer , Zarfos , ‘06; _Maishall , Perry, ‘06. Plans for the present year ’s work were discussed and it was decided to carry on the work practicall y the same as was taken up last year. Subjects which are too high in t ieory to be comprehended by the Juniors will not be used. Executive and social coitmittees were appointed and it was decided to have "feeds" at least once a month. At the meeting last night several intelesting papers were read. The Jun ~ ior Electrical Engineers have been invited to membershp.
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
A Review of the styles for Fall and Winter is spread before you at our store. They are representative of the Smartest Tailoring Skill obtai nable in America and bear the closest scrutiny fro m the standpoints of Quality , _Worklr _ianship, Style and Fit , revealing the remarkab le developement of the Clothing Craft in recent years. Students of fashion have candidly _admi tt _’ ~ d the growing supremacy of ready-towear clothes and admit that the passing of the merchant tailor is only a question of a short time. Our guarantee accompanies everything offered for sale in our modern establishme nt. :: :: th e C1Qt 1-iler Distributor of HART , SCIIAFFNER & MARX Clothes. _f ~~ tates 11_esge ~ Re pre~~ _esntat _iue 3J ’%ITE- _1 & _STAHL ~ _~
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
Underclass Regulations. _Con_/in _ned J) -oii_, j_5ag C 3. taken by the official photographer at the first attempt within the allotted interval of time , they shall be awarded the victory and no further efforts shall be made by them to prevent a second photograph being taken 4th. The picture shall be taken with one of the college buildings as a background. BANQUET RUSH. 1st. The Freshman banquet must take place between the opening of the second semester and the beginning of the Easter vacation. 2nd. If the Sophomores succeed in preventing the attendance at the banquet of either the toastmaster of the banquet , or two of the scheduled speakers , they shall be awar ded the victory. 3rd. Besides other conditions being fulfilled , the Freshmen , to be declared victors , must have present at the banquent at least thirty percent of their class. FLAG RUSH. 1st. The flag rush must take place between the opening of the Spring term and the beginning of the Sen or examinations. 2nd. The flag m...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
The Dr. _Greeii e Treatrne iit Nervous & Chronic Diseases Bearb the stamp of Absolute and _Oenulne Wo _n _t_, , conceived and founded in the true system of cure , it is as imperishable as truth itself , as accurate in curative results as a fixed science , a Wond iou s R iessing to _t hc SIck nod _,_ti_!_lng. It has endured the test of times and been traed in the crucible of experiences. Genoration after generation of Dr ~ Greene s have re ~ tored health to the suffering by these marvelous medicines , _adapting, organi zing and perfecting the treatment through long years of enormous practical experience am ong the _sick , by grandf _.stiier , father and son , until today the third generation of Dr. Greenes is giving to the wan d an eveis m ore bucce ~ sfui practice , a surer and more positive means of cure titan has ever heretofore been placed before the depressed , _ec_5kened and _dmscourage4 victims _ci chronic _comlI _alimts. FSB F L &L A_1 Greene are the proprseto...
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
Our Microscopes , Mlcrotomes_, Labora tory _Ciuoo_. ware_, Chom lcal Apparat us, ChemIca ls , Phot o Lonsoe and Shutters , Field Glasses , Proj _ocilos Apparatus , Photo-Micro Cameras are u ~ od by ~ _he_!eadIsgLair- ____.... _..__ _......__. oratorIo s an d Geoer ’nt Oep ’Ia Boun d the World _Cata_1ogs _’ _~~~~~~~~~~ ’ Freo Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co. ROCH _ESTER , N. Y. New York Chicago Boston _i_1_rnokfbrt .G_’y
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
Mining Department. The Department of Mining is in proportion to its importance by far the most neglected of any department of our college. A stranger looking at its present quarters would probabl y think them the home of a country bottling works rather than that of scientific investigation and research. The old mechanical building which , when we came to college was situated on college avenue has been located near the site of the old College Inn , and is to be used for the same purposes as it was last year , the lower floor for mining design and the upper floor for mineralogy. A new frame structure has also been erected near by in which Mr. Linville will teach metallurgy. These quarters will be replaced in the future by a suitable structure for which plans have already been drawn up.
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
IN4Ic \Vi11iE1rr1 & e icie 11 AGENTS FOR old r l-ie ‘’s_. ~~~~~~~~ tW iP R Y OF LOCK HAVEN Best Laundry in the State SOFT WASHING A SPECIALTY ~ T c_) r-1-1 C1_E t _ITl il-l g I p _~~ tir-e ~ _cl SAT SFACT I ON GUARANTEED Collection Sunda y Eve _ru in ~ Delivery Thursday Evening ~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ — — _~ ~
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
JOHN I. ROBISON M. S. McDOWELL _IL l’I_1 FOSTER State College Suppl y Co. Successors to W. L. Foster Dealers General M _ercliandise COLLEGE PENNANTS PILLO WS HAT BANDS, ETC. Agents for Spaldings Sporting Goods WaIk Over Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen Fine Line of Gents Furnishings = ~ Neglige and Dress Shir ts Fancy Groceries at Wholesale and Retail. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE ~
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
M. BORN & CO ~ OF CHICAGO Is t _h e largest custom tailoring house in America and make it their specialty to provide _ClOthlili g for The Well _ Dressed Man We have a comp lete line of samp les , over 300 of them in facL , and we gu _arantc e every garment to be absolutel y correct in both Sty le and FIt _- In addition to this we keep every garment we sell Pressed Thr ough out the College Year FRE E OF CHARG E We have everything up to date in Suitings , Trousers , _Overcoat ~ , Raincoats _and English _ Cord uroys Read this offer carefull y , other _5 claim to give satisfaction We Do It STAHL &GARRAHAN 314 Main Building. BUSINESS HOURS FROM 4 TO 5 AN D 6 TO 8 P. M.
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
~~~ t ~~ tt ~~ Cc li ~~~~ € ~ tttdic Smith , Proprietor Stands as a synonym for high class photographic work . We are equipped fo r all sized pictures up to _14x _17 , either in gallery or outside. We think nothing too good for State College, th erefore handle only the newest, latest and best in stock chemicals, accessories, etc. Our postal cards, College views or portraits are not halftones , but photographs and they are swell. 30 PING PONG PHOTOGRAPHS FOR 25 CENTS. FLASH LIGHT GROUPS IN YOUR ROOM 25 CENTS EACH. Home portraiture solicited. Copying, enlarging, etc. Appointments for sittings in advance. V4 ~ . W ~ . ~~~~ [I ~ T ~ Fi, t _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ i _~~~ i— ~~
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
ATTE NTION The attention of the public is respectfull y called to the efforts Harvey Bros. are making to keep up with their demands. They handle STACY, LOWNEY AND HUYLER CHOCO LAT ES ICE CR EAM IN SEASONABLE FLAVORS BR EAD, ROLLS AND CA KE ICE CREAM SODA GIVE OUR DREAD A TRIAL HAR VEY BROS . Bakers and Coniectioners !
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
PEARCE BROS THE BIG STORE DRY GOODS NOTIONS SHOES HATS & CAPS GROCERIES AGENTS FOR THE COLLEGE CORDUROY PANTS CORLISS, COON & CO’S. COLLARS KUSTOM & KING QUALITY SHOES COLLEGE PENANTS AND RIBBON Special Inducements to Frater nities and Clubs in Groceries Give us a chance to quote prices Prices away down. Pearce Bros