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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
a last opportunity. If the enthusiasm rhown had been packed into three fourths of the grand stand and directed in organized cheering, as it should , you would have been more nearly ready to cope with Dickinson’s well known ability to yell. Now is it going to be necessary to cage the field? A Communication. To the STATE COLLEG _IAI ’T: It is very desirable and important that there should be a large and enthusiastic crowd at the Dickinson game. But it is more desirable that those of the students who forget themselves so far on that day as to drink to excess, making spectacles of themselves in the town and on the field , should remain at home. It is a pity that there are some who cannot get out of sight of the College without losing all sense of self-respect and decency, and who think that no one knows them. It is high time that stringent measures were taken to have this owdyism stopped. It affects the name of the College very seriously, for those who make themselves so conspicuous by ...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
"Man wants but little here below, nor wants that little long, " but when it comes to his wearing apparel he’s pretty particular. The apparel bearing the label of B. KUPPENHEIMER & CO. is designed for particular men. The suits and top coats sell at $10.00 TO $15.00 Guaranteed by us and the makers and sold by us exclusively Our fathers stood by KUPPENH EIM ER & CO clothes and our sons are destined to do likewise. There’s something in a name after all—Shakespeare to the contrary notwithstanding. Step into our store and examine the new arrivals—the neatest, nobbiest ready to wear apparel ever seen in this section. FOR SALE BY US ONLY MONTGOMERY & Co Bellefonte, Pa. __ j
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
The Constitution of the Athletic Association. A part of this Constitution will be printed each week, as the revising committee prepares it, in accordance with the action at a previous meeting. ARTICLE I. NAME AND DEPARTMENTS Section 1. This Association shall be known as ‘The Pennsylvania State College Athletic Association ," and shall be divided into three departments:—Foot ball Ease ball and General Athletic. Section 1. The General Athletic Department shall include all sports excepting foot ball and base ball. ARTICLE II MEMBERSHIP Section 1. This Association shall consist of active and associate members. Section 2. All regularly matriculated male students of the College having paid the athletic fee are active members. Any male member of the Faculty, Instructor, or Alumnus of this institution may become an active member at any time upon the payment of the regular dues to the Treasurer , and having his name recorded by the secretary. Whenever an active member shall fail to pay his d...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
Krll m r _i ne & Pearce STATE S BIG STORE DRY GOODS _Iii all _th e iiesvest effects In Wool _and \Vashi _I_" abrlcs GENTS’ FURNISHINGS _‘i’lie best lIne oF _Sh Irts , Collars , Ties, _llo _~ _leiy_, Uiidei’wear Is found here SHOES SHOES SHOES _AND _TIi _~~ N SOME We have more Shoes _thi at i any _two stoles In town. _‘J_’ i’y a pahi’ of the Stat e sh oes or wh iter. _5_:_1_.50 and _51.00 GROCERIES AND _TA_1_iLi ~ _SUPP _LI ES TI in finest a iid best _lhiie in the ci t y Is t_’ouiid wIth us. ~
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
’SHEASLY S BA KERY FOR FINE CONFECTIONERY (‘and _es _al n’s _vs fi’t’sli 1 _s ean Sd’ _WI_’ b uy _tu _iuu i :c i’ _P_10 _) _11 MAM _JFA ( TtT _iIE _iiS RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT QU_)_C K _l._t_7_N C _uliCS A S1’F_,_C _iAl_._TY Oysters Ice Cream Soda Water WE A _r_,_WAYS TRY _‘_to I’I_,EASE _0011 CUS’I’O)_M _EIIS B. SHEAS LY Proprietor ~
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
State College Hotel _I_. B. Shu man. Proprietor _UEN ’I’lI_.tLLY LOCA’l’Eh ) Sh’E CIA _IlAi ’E S l’() S l’t l) _ENTc EXCELLEN ’l _’ _A TTE N TI ON _(II VEN ‘I’ _ll _‘_I_’ _ll_. XSI VX 1’ _‘_l _it_. _\ I _iE LI V ElI’s’ IN _‘_UN _NECTIt _IN _S l’EA_\_l _II EA’l Cool ‘_UI _SINI A I’IN E LINE _01_’ (_:_Ir_,_Al_:_S AL\\ \ _‘_VS ON llAN l) _~ ~ ~ _~ ) (
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
NOTICE --MEEK BROS. are in position to furnish you with DRAWING INSTRUMENTS from Keffel & Esser Co., Wm. E. Stieren Co., Riefler & Altender Drawing Papers , Scales , Triangles , Curves , Tee Squares , Pencils , Erasers , etc. Everything needed for the drawing room. Will order anything not in stock without extra cost. IN STATIONERY we have the largest assortment of box Paper ever displayed in the country, the latest in styles, size and color. Writing tablets, note, pack , and letter size, ruled and plain , light and heavy, 5c to _50c each. Pencil tablets, note and composition books , vest pocket memorandums and account books. Pens, pen holders , pencils, erasers , ink , muc it age , paste, card racks and photo mailers. FOUNTAIN PENS "Parker ," "Wirt , " "Laughlin. " Every pen guaranteed. STATE PINS all the latest designs. Waste paper baskets , alarm clocks , mirrors , tooth , hair , lather , clothes , hat and flesh brushes , hand scrubs , combs , sponges, chamois, etc...