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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
E. E. Society The Senior Electrical Engineers were the guests of the Junior Electricals at a banquent at McAllister Hall last evening. Caterer Housel did well in ‘furni shing the good things as was attested to by all present. After the repast was served the board was cleared and several of the prominent men from both classes responded to toasts. Stahl acted as toastmaster. The electrical men of the Faculty were present and had a chance to say something. Th e orginization this year numbers more than it ever did and a most successful year is predicted. Fennell Here . Coach Fennell, who developed our football team last year , arrived in town last Monday and immediateiy proceeded to round the players into shape.
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
M. BORN & CO WILL MAKE YOU A PAIR OF C c r~ _ci m WITH THE SAME REGARD FOR STYLE AND FIT THAT THEY GIVE TO AN ORDER FOR AN EXPENSIVE SUIT. WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES. ALSO A FUI L LINE OF FALL AND WINTER SIJITINGS, OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS. 11 ~~ L r _~ i _ci ~~~ ~~ 0 -i ~ i ~rei ~ i-’ri ç 1 ~ We keep all garments sold by us pressed throughout the College year without charge. REMEMBER GARRAHAN , 314 Ma in Buildi ng STAI--IL & Business Hours: 4 to 5 and 6 to 8 P. N
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
i ~ you must be extravagant go to one of the ten good tailors in the country . But if you want to be well dressed , to wear clothes having individuality and style and yet only pay a REASONABLE sum , wear HART , SCHAFFNER & MARX garmen ts. The reason for this is simple—In the first instance you pay the entire cost of an artist’ s work. In the other this same cost is thinly spread over a number of garments. :: :: :: :: :: ~~ IJV1, the _ClQt h _er Distributor of _h ART , _SCIIA FFNER & MARX Clothes. ~~ t ~~ te c ~ a 11ege’ R epr e ~~ ent _~ iti’iie J V% I _1_’ H & TP H Ld ~~ ~
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
ALUMNI _" Pop " Pray, ‘04, is teaching in the Bel!efonte High School. Charles N. Fenstermacher , ‘04, was noliced in town last Sunday. Ad MacDonald , ‘05, of town is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. W. B. Hoke , ‘05, has located with the Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton , Pa. C. H. Beck , ‘05, has a position in the air brake department of the Westinghouse Machine Company. Miss Effie Snyder , ‘03, who was principal of the State College High School for the past two years , is teaching night school in Philadelphia P. M. Rainey, C. E. Govier and W. M. Seguine , all ‘05, are pursuing the students apprentice course with the Western Electric Co., at New York. C. H. Wailer , ‘05, is teaching Chemistry, Botany and Zoology at the Haines’ _Institute, Augusta, Ga. The Institute is try ing to start an Agricultural Department , of which h ~ will have charge. " Billy " Dunn , ‘05, has captured the Assistant Supervisorship of the Atlantic City division of the Philadalphia and Reading. _~...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
STANDARD PORTABLE DIRECT _READING Vo ltmeters. Ammeters. Ohn _uetters and Por table Galvanometers For Laboratory, Testing ana_’ Swilh-board use Our Portable Instruments are reco ~ nized as STA NJ )AR T) The semi-portable Labor atory Standards are still better. Our Station Voltmeters and Ammeters are unsurpassed in _- _‘ point of extreme accuracy and lowest consnmptioml of energy Weston Electrical Instr um ent Co Main Office and Works Wave rly Park. NEWAR K. N. J. New York _OffIce .74 Cout lumndt St WESTON Weston Standard Portlable _Voltmete_,
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
Our Microscop es , Mhcro _tames _, _taboral orj Olassware_, Chemical Apparatus , _ChemIcals , Photo Lenses and Shutt ers Field Classes , Projoct ion _Ap parata _s , Phato .Micro Cameras an used by the _leadls gLab- or _ato rios and Bound the _Wen d Coronet Dsp’to _Ceta_1ogs _~~~~~~~~~~~ ’ Free Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co RO _CHESTuiR , N. Y. Ncw York chucago Boston Sirankrort. G’y ~~~~~~~~~~
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
PALACE RESTAURANT _(_in t _iut r e fou’ it _I_’_iu _II lIne of Sttuud—wie’Iies amid _QuI _ck u _~ u _iicIm We _tise oil_, ’ i iw _mm _Iii uune—b _ollctl I lam _I mm Sand _wlehes. Oysters served in all st y les Boarding by the week . day or meal W. G. CALDWELL , Prop
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
Saturday ’s Game. Cbnf inucd /) _o_;_,_i _,_) zge _/_. lege stars; that it played a good game all last season , and that even had ‘ ~ Wup _" exerted her full strength it is no great reflection on her team to have won by only one touch down. Still , like the Carlisle score , it is not one that need scare us; and in fact the only conclusions that can be drawn from it , or the first two considered is that we are up against three propositions that will need our full strength in every case, but no one of which is out of class in any point of the game. State Man C dered to Philippines. Frederick Dale, ‘92, a graduate of this college in the course in General Science , who has held the position of Assistant Surgeon in the United States Army with the rank of First Lieutenant , has been ordered from Washington , D. C., to the Philippine service. Earl y in the summer Lieutenant Dale was ordered to Fort Walla Walla , and had had his househould goods moved to the new post , but in September he w...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
JOHN I. ROBISON N. S. McDOWELL R . _N. FOSTER State College Supply Co Successors to W. L. Foster Dealers General Merchandi se COLLEGE PENNANTS PILLO WS HAT BANDS, ETC. Agents for Spaldings Sporting Goods WaIk Over Shoes for Ladies and _Gent _lemeii Fine Line of Gents Furnishings _~ _.=Neglige and Dress Shirts Fanc y Groceries at Wholesale and Retail. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE ~
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 5 October 1905
THE DRUG STORE 1-I . D. MEEK G R E ET I N G This town is too small to support a drug store alone so we smsc the words mostly to designate our place of business. We carry as large a line of Sundries as us found in any first class drug store , but specma _hua e out Stationery, Drawing Materials and Fine cigars. Our Soda trade is handled by EXPERTS and our terms are Cash. They won t let us join the "Co-Operative " , but we share our profits’ with you yust the same , by ra ibing time Standard and Qualit y of cur Goods and _mssamntain ing the same low prices. Kindly give us a call _md let us get acquainted any way. Yours from the start , H. D. MEEK , Phar . D. H. D. MEEK FHE DRUG STOkE