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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
L O CALS Willis 3. Hulings, ex- ’_07, is engaged in mining work in Mexico. R. C. Landes, ‘06, entertained his brother , P. S. Landes, of Brazil last Saturday. It is reported that Moscript has left college. This is bad news for football enthusiasts. The Senior and Junior Mechanical Engineers enjoyed a "Feed" at the restaurant last Thursday evening. A light in front of McAllister Hall to light up the approach to the building would be much appreciated. D. K. Sloan , ‘09, the heavyweight Freshman wrestler is confined to his home at Orangeville with an attack of typhoid fever. P. W. Flint of Charleston , South Carolina , has been appointed Assistant Chemist at the Experiment Station in place of A. W. Clark , resigned. The students are invited to attend a social to be given Friday evening by the T. M. W. Club and the Epworth League at the home of Dr_, W. S. Glenn . Honhart , ex-’08, who played a star game with State last year is half back on the Springfield Training School Team which rece...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
A Question When Peary has conquered the legions of snow That guard the approach to the pole, And has paid in starvation and weakness and woe The way to the coveted goal; When he’s braved all the perils of Arctic device And has bearded the frost in its lair , Will he find , as he climbs o’re the last pile of ice , A Carnegie libraty there ?
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
Stunts. Wh ~ n the Yale score came in last Saturday evening there was enough spirit aroused among the students to do a few’ things., First of all the _fe_1_low _~ i collected _, in a mass and headed _b ~ y the band _x _~ iarched around to the homes , of the different member ~ of the fa _~ ’iilty and obtained speeches suitable fort he _occasi&_1. Next j ~ did not take long f ~ r th ~ Fresh ~ hen to collect _ei ~ oü_’gh wood _~ dra large bonfire which lighted _tip ’ the vicinity for several mild _arou nd. This topped by a band "stag " in the’ Armory donsis ~ ed of the Saturday evening celebrations. On Monday morning the team on arriving in town received its customary reception _~ : ‘ The Senior class of Minnesota has been. sued by a printing company for eight hundred and fifty dollars. The amount , the printing company claims, is due them for the publication of the ‘05. Gopher , which is the Minnesota annual. —Ex.- -
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
BORN & WILL MAKE YOU A PAIR OF T ~ 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 SUITINGS, OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS. C tll _iric1 Qiir ~ ~~~~~ E11TtTI plc ~~ We keep all garments sold by us pressed throughout the College year without charge. REMEMBER GARRAHAN , 314 Ma in Buildi ng c _~ ’r _, ~~ T—-i _I _c _~ . _j _1_rk__L_11____I Business Hours: 4 to 5 and 6 to 8 P. M _~ _~ ~~~~~ _~
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
Go Anywhere - Wher ~ .ver you go, you’ll be dressed well in our Hart , Schaffner & Marx Clothes. - Here ’s_. a Top Coat; but we’ll _I it you to other overcoats , suits , whatever you pleas ~ . Go anyanywhere , you won ’t find so good clothers: indi viduality , distinction , smart appe ~ .rance. There ’s only abou t ten custom tailors who make better clothes. Their prices are $75 to $150 the suit , H art , Schaffner & Marx suits and top coats, $15 to $35. SIM , TilE CLOTUIER Bellefonte’s Largest Store. Correct Attire for Mer. SMITH & STOLL - State- Representatives Y,’ I )
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
ALUMNI M. S. _MuDowell , ‘92, is happy. ‘Tis a little girl. G. E.. Webster , ‘05, is chemist with the Cambria Steel Company at Johnstown. J. H. Yarnail , ‘05, has a position with the Genetal Electric Company at West Lynn , Mass. Carl Forkum_, ‘05 , captain of last years football team is do ng good woik at coiching the team of West Virginia _tj nivei sity. - F. R. Shaffer , ‘03, has patented a machine for making floss candy. Alex. Hart , ‘05, will have charge of the New York office. C. F. _SFioop, ‘01, who ‘has be ~ n instructor in- Mathematics and Physics during the past two _year _~ ’ ~ has left to accept a position as instrudtor elsewhere. Cy _Johnson , ‘0. ~ , has been trans _~ ferred from the W lmerding ‘shops to the Westinghouse headquarters at South Bend , _md_. He is engaged in the turbine department . Norman G. Miller , ‘04, R. F. Lee, ‘05, Thomas C. LeFevre, ‘04 and Leon R. White, ‘05 are cbnnected with the Harrisburg office of Professor Surface , the State Economic Zoologi...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1905
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