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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
The University Shavin g Parlor 6eo. 1. Graham , Pro p. The best equipped and most upto-date Barber Shop in Centre Cb. Our motto _— "Nothing but the best is good enough for our pat ~ rons". . A full line of Shaving Soaps, Mugs , R azors, Strops, Shampoos, Shaving Brushes , Hair Brushes, Tonics , Face Preparations , Pampelan Massage Cream , etc. Daily and Sunday Philadelp hia and Pittsburg papers.
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
OUR NEW FALL and WINTER CLOTHING 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 our earnest efforts to please all of our friends and customers in quallty 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 Shirts and Guyer Hats. j _1_?_0 _coom _er MONTG OMERY & Co
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
L lID I ATHLETIC LIBRARY NO 252 HOW TO SPRINT By Arthur F. Duffoy Holder of the World ’s Record for 100 yards, 9 3-5 Sec. Price 10 Cents The best book on Sprinting that has ever been published. Every boy who aspires to be a sprinter canS study Champion Duffey ’s methods in this book and learn why he was so successful. The illustrations were posed especially by Champion Duffey. and will be of invaluable aid to the novice. A. G. SPALDING & BROS New York Chicago Philadelphia Denver Syracuse _Minneapolis St Louis Buffalo Cincinnati Boston Kansas City San Francisco Baltimore Pittsburg Washington N ~ w Orleani Montreal , Can. London . Eng. Spalding ’_s catalogue of all athletic ~ porta mailed free to any _address_. ~ ~~
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
Our _Microscopes_, _Microtomes, Laboratory Olassears_, Chemical Apparatus, Chemicals , . Phato Lenses and Shutters_. Field Clauses , Projection Apparatus , _Photo Micro Cameras are used b the leadingLab- ____________ oratorios an Oaisr _’ ut Dents Bound the World CaWoga Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co. ROC _SImSrER_, N. Y. New York Chicago Boston _Prankiizrt. G’y ~~
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
That Yale Galn e For the first thn e in " Old Penn State ’s " football history we have turned out an eleven full y able to cope wilh Yale. Last Saturday at New Hoven our Varsity eleven not only foug ht the sons of Old Eli to a stan d _still , but outplayed them at every po int , and lost the battle only through a coup le of unfortunate fumbles , and some decidedly incompeten t woik on the part of Referee Hammond. The New York , Philadelphia , and New Haven papers are a _ut ~ t in declaring that _SlaI e’s superor play was deserving of victot y; and cold facts show this up very clea rl y, indced , since throughout ihe game State gained , by rushing the ball , 203 yards while Yale totaled only 110 yards , and in two twenty minute halves State had possession of th e ball f ull y th ree quart ers of the time , thus placing Yale on the def en sive almost entire ly. A 30 yard run by Shevlin on a fumble gave Yale a chance to score in the first half , and another by Jones made the trouble in...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
eral mass meetings , at which there were prominent speakers , were held. A quantity of political literature was distributed. One of the parties began taking steps toward registering in the local district but_. this was finally dropped. On the whole ElectIon Day not only gives the student a chance for him to do his duty as an American citizen but also affords him a much needed holiday. Our Opponents. The results of last Saturday ’s games were probably more pleasing to the students of State College than to those of any other college whose team was defeated. Not onl y were we proud of the magnificent showing made by our boys against what was , within a week , stated by football critics to be the best team in the country, but a ~ the results of other games came in: Carlisle 36—Dickinson 0, Cornell 30—Wup 0, etc. and it was seen that none of the smaller colleges had made nearl y so good a showing, the enthusiasm grew to such a point that a parade and bonfire were absolute necessities. As...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
THURSDAY , OCT. 26 , 1905 EDITORIAL The showing made by our team against Yale last Saturday surprised us as much as it did the New Havenites. Of course we were confident of doing better than we did last year but accordi ng to reports from all sides Yale was comp letely outplayed. As to the officiating we let the following extract from last Sunday ’s Press lalk for itse f: "The officials favored Yale. To this the visitors often complained bitterly, and with justice. " But we will not dwell on that point. The boys played well. Coach Fennell is to be complimented on his excellent work. He left last week as election duties required his presence elsewhere for a fortnight; but he will return in good time to get the team in good shape for the Dickinson game. In a few days a large number of students will leave for their homes to cast votes at the coming election. At every occasion of this nature State is always well represented. Last year student political parties were organized in college ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week du nng the college year by the students of The Pennsylvan ia _5_tat _e College in the interest of the Students. Faculty. Alumni an d friends of the college. Entere d at the Post Office , State College , Pa., as secon d class matter. EDITORS T. F ~~ OLTZ , ‘06 , Chief. F R , BREWSTER , ‘07. F. B. _GARRAI -IAN, ‘07. H. D. MASON , ‘07. A. K. LITTLE , ‘07 R. B. MEC KLEY , _OS. BUSINESS MANAGERS. W. J. DUMM , ‘06. W. A. SLATER , ‘07. B. W. SCRIBNER , ‘OS.
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
COLLEGE _ORBIT Franklin and Marshall College is having her gymnasium remodeled. Lebanon Va icy is to have a Mandnlin and Guitar Club in conn ~~ ti3n with the Glee Club. Cornell’ s register this year shows art enrollment of 3500 students , 1_COO of whom aie freshmen. The class of 1904, of Gettysburg, has cflelcd a _pl ize for ihe best song submitted to be the distinctive Gettysburg song. On account of raising the order of the entrance _exam inations Lafayette has but one hundred men in her Freshman class this year. As a result of the introducticn of the tutor system at Princeton , many changes have been made in the fa ~ ulty. Princeton , has now 138 professors and instructors. At the Univer&ty of California the athletes are to be given a separate class in gymnasium work , and will receive credit towards graduation for their work on the gridiron , diamond and track. Amherst College has by unanimous vote of thF student body adopted the honor system. According to the regulations...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
Wake Up It has been noticed that Freshmen are beginnig to cut the campus showing a disregard for one of the oldest "State" traditions. If the Sophomores are too busy to punish these infractions as they threatened to do at the beginnin g of the year it will be necessary for upper classmen to take a hand. LEAIIN ‘_I _I _~ I _.EUEAI’II Y _ansi _II . _11 _ACUOLTN ’I’I \( • _f _(_t_) to _StOO .,_aI_:_si ’y _tts_,_si _~ t d our _gr aduat i _s _tu _tu ’s’ _hond . \‘ou _(_loui ’t _n _y u ~ _uuut_:_I y ou l,:_ssi _’ a _;_n_)’_,_ltl_( ’u _i . _1_._1 ~~‘ _,_t _~ VsI _slit if lu-li g _iat _It _‘diii _ol,, _iii _Aiitt _~ t’Ii ’a . F _uuu _,_ii ’ ‘ -i’d _by sit I _ist Iu’ou’d _o _filital _’. _Qnet ’ ~ — _lois a!_ws_)’s t _,s-’n_; _o’ ~ d. _I _sd _it_’ , is _so ad soil ’ \\ _‘ _i’_,Is’ for _n _’_._ali _guc. _‘\_O _IIS _E S ~ _ l R)_Ol ~ (I _F ‘_i’_El _Eu lit l ’l iY . _‘ _Isuciiuuia t u , _O.. _li _usItsi — Y,. _At_, _Iauuu a. _Cbs .. L;_t( ’_uti _, ’i’. \\ _in , ‘_I _i_’’ _,_su u _kau u a. _‘_I _...