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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
THERE is but one method of _I acqu iring and retaining a beautiful , clear , delicately tinted complexion. The pores of the skin must first be rid of all impurities , and the circulation gently stimulatccl to carry nutrition to all _tlie tiny cells and tissues. Pompeian Massage Cream builds up and rounds out the contour of _th e face and form by cleansing, exerci ~ ing, and feeding the skin through and through—by strengthening the muscles. - It removes all wrinkles , blackh _eads, roughness, and irritation, without promoting the growth of _h air or causing the skin to shine—i ‘_upartingag lowof health and beauty _tli ~ t only nature at her best can give. Price SOc _an d $1.00 per _mr
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
AGENT S WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL DE KocK. The Outlook says "he is one of the most _smusing wri ~~ rs of the century ; " and Bultver wrote of him , " more racy and oowerful than any other writer _I am aware of." Pamp hlet sent on req uest. GEORGE BARRIE ~~ SONS , _I _‘3 Wal nut Street , Phil adelphia.
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
• OURNEW fALLandW INTER ió4_Hiui’ • Men ’s Furnishing Goods and Hats are Now Open for Inspection and Sale We never have gone into these articles so extensively and so carefully. Be assured of out 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. Suits Made and Trimmed , $10 and $15 Manhattan Shirt s and Guyer Hats. _no _or _IILOTS _UI_)_Im MONTGOMERY &. ‘CO
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
SPALDINGS OFFIC IAL FOOT BALL 6UID Edlicd By Walter Camp for _1905 Containing the newly revised OFFICIAL PLAYING RULES All America teams and Toview at’ season of 11_)04; All America teams from 1S _~ 0 to 1004; All America _sel _~ ettoiis from leading newspapers ; Middle ~ Vest all star _iearn for 1004 ; All Easrerit college elevens for 1004. by Ularles Edward _Parterson , of _Princeton; record of all _the leading teams; scores of t _h e game between prominent colleges since introdnetlo ~ of ltugby foot ball; review of special annual college matches in _1004 ; a short descriptton _01 tim game special chapters on the state of the game In t _h e lot lowing sectIons of the country: Middle ~ Vost, by Charles Baird. of _tue University of Michigan; Middle _Pt._ates by George Orton , ‘of Pennsylvania; Now England , by -Joseph H . _Pendloton; Colorado. by A. W. Rishey; Pacific Coast, by _ii . L. _Bag ~ erly; the South by). L. do-~ _aulle_4_; tite Southwest. by Martin A. Delaney; forecast _b ...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
COLLEGE GOODS CLASS TRACK AND TEAM CAPS , PINS , MEDALS , FOBS Caps and Gowns Made to Or der and Rented _! .J VT I& ~ J IT _~~ &_4 ~~~~~ ~~~ ~ J I _b ~~~~ 1 L ~~ II ~~~ I _~~~~ ’1A _I_. ~~~~~ PENNANTS FOR ALL COLLEOES CARRIED IN STOCK A. C. HARPER , Agent, ARMORY
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
Football With the thermometer raging at the 85 mark , and "Old Sol" beating fiercel y down upon Beaver Field , our ‘Varsity eleven played some fine football last Saturday afternoon against the California Normal team , a good husky lot of players , who also displaycd considerable football ability. The day was really far too hot for football , and it was desperately hard work for the players to get into the battle with the right sort of speed and ginger. In the first half State ’s team played miserable football , getting their plays off aimlessly and fumbling outrageously, the only redeeming features being Wray ’ s line plunging, Miller ’s 35 yard dash around ihe end , and Henry ’s running back of punts; also the fast , hard game put up by the California boys , who took advantage of all State ’s mistakes and did not allow them to score during the first period. Between halves State Coaches and Captain Yeckley gave the ‘Varsity squad a spirited talking to , and the men looked determined...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
Y. M. C. A. Concert s The annual entertainment course given by the Y. M. C. A. has been arranged for as follows : October 30, The Lotus Glee Club. December 8, T)urno , the Magician. February 2, Mr . E. Livingston Barbour. February 23, The Siegel-Meyer-Reed Company. March 16, Mr. George R. Wendling. It will be seen at a glance that this course is well worth patronizing. The Lotus Glee Club is one of the best known companies in New York and New England , and its reputation is enough toguarantee to the lover of music an evening of keen enjoyment . Durno comes here with a record of delighted audiences , and will give an entertainment that will drive away the most persistent attack of blues. Besides cloiug all the famous ‘‘ stunts " of Keller and other masters of magic, Durno performs many strange and laughable feats of ventriloquism. The presence of Siegel , the greatest living mandolin player , should draw out a large crowd , as it will be an opportunity not to be missed. While in Lond...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
THURSD AY. OCT. 5, 1905 EDITORIAL But two days remain before the much talked of game. As State and the Indians have not meet in football for years there is much speculation as to what will be the outcome. Reports come from Carlisle that the Indians have a wonderfully strong aggregation this year. That , however , will not deter our boys from making one of the hardest fights they ever did . The band will be there in all its glory and nothing yet remain s except for those fellows who havn ’t decided to go along, to do so at once. Boys ~ it will be a lonely day in State College next Saturday. Do you want to have an attack of the " blues?" If not don ’t stay in State College next Saturday but take your pennant off the wall and come along. We expect to have over four hundred students Harrisburg. How the spirit must rise in our gridiron stars to have the fellows there at the side lines, to see the waving ocean of white and blue and to hear the lusty yells go up from half a hundred loyal b...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
Mrs. Adams ’ Death Lee Adams , ‘06, is mourning the loss of his mother who died here last Monday evening. Adams has the sympathy of every member of his class and other of his acquaintances in the college. The Senior Class met Tuesday morning and had a committee appointed to draw up appropriate resolutions. State College , Pa., Oct. 3, ‘_05. WHEREAS , God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove the mother of our esteemed friend and classmate, Lee Adams , we, the class of 1906 though bowing to the infinite wisdom of the Almighty, do hereby, RESOLVE , That by the death of his mother he has suffered an irreparable lost Resolved That the class of 1906 deeply sypathize with him in this bereavement Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to him and that they be published in the college paper. K. L. Gilson , W. J. Dumm.