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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
de _Ia Route. The headquarters of the association are in Paris, and it was there that Mr. Crandell met M. Mahieu, Secretaire General, last summer and acquainted him with the work the Pennsylvania State College is doing in Highway Engineering. Both M. Mahieu and Mr. Rees Jeffreys, the British secretary, expressed the wish that the college would send an exhibit to the congress to be held in London during June 1913. The bulletins published by the society are on file in Professor Shattuck’s office, Engineering Building, and may be seen by anyone interested in the subject of highway engineering. The Collegiate Quartette. Last night The Collegiate Quartette gave the second performance in the series of entertainments given under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. The artists proved themselves well capable of entertaining an audience. The quartette proved itself especially proficient in unaccompanied part singing, which is impossible to achieve except by constant practice and effort. The reper...
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
coin; Glee Club, Oh Heart of Mine Ciough-Leighton, and Mighty Lak a Rose, _Nevio; Band, Creme de Ia Creme, Tobani; Orchestra, Carmen March , arr. Tobani; Male Quartet , The Absence, Buck; Mandolin Club, Penn State Waltz Medley; Glee Club, Crossing the Bar, C. C. Robinson; Band, Humoreske, Dvorak; Ensemble, Alma Mater. There will be no encores. Several articles have been found and turned over to the Y. M. C. A. If you have lost anything, stop in at the office. The first of a series of senior dances will be held in the Armory, December 7.
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Band, Mandolin and Glee Clubs will render a program which has been specially prepared for this occasion as follows: Expert Picture Framing GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ou r Prices are Right H. M _, M yers E. Coliege Av Orchestra , Trumpeter of the Fort, Op. 393, R. Gruen; Male Quartet Ashes of Roses, C. C. Robinson; Mandolin Club, Schoolmates, Lin
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
c J-kclmission aiways tue same c When you have 5 cents and 45 minutes to spare ‘~~~~‘ ~~ E ~~~ tim ~~ ~ Movies is the Place Three thousand feet of film each show Continuous performance each evening beginni ng promptl y at six o’clock ~~ BIG ~ 4 REEL F ~~ ATUR ~~ show each week Watch for the dates 5c _Admissior ~ _~ ‘lways the same 5c
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
_~~~~~~~~~ :gj ~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I-larry \‘V. Sauers A full line of men ’s furnishings Custom made clothing by the Royal tailors ~ Pennants and cushion tops—a fine assortment 3 Suits Pressed for One Dollar Cleaning and Pressing Tickets $1.50 worth of work for $1.00 _RoI _i _~ on _B_1_’_oe_,k _~ tr r _~ 12 si- 1- i ~~~
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Visit the State College Billiard Parlors Basement Robison _Building SOMETHING NEW Royal Ty pewriter is a standard guaranteed make and has the same features that all the latest $100 models have. It sells for $75. The machine can be bought on the easy payment plan. If you wish to be shown, phone Weston at the Phi Delta Theta house. It ’s really a bargain.
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
HEASLY & GENTZEL Dry goods, groce ries , notions , furniture , carpets, curtains , drapings. a _Nos_. 200-206 East College Avenue The Leading Restaurant Ice Cream and Confectionery Short Orders a Specialty ~~~~ . G ~ . L_._ang ~~~~ _106 EAST COLLEGE AVENUE The Tobacco Store Geo. B. Jackson , i-Ioirr_)es Bldg., Ailen Street The First National Bank State College, Pa on time deposits , payable sem i-annually Accounts solicited
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
E . L. GRAHAM & COMPANY Dry Goods Groceries Sporting Goods East College avenue Phones BUSH HOUSE BELLEF ON’rR _PCNNA State per day _52 50 With bath _, _Ct per day —W. L. DAGGETT—I. C. HOLMES STAPLE and FANCY _IIROCERIES. FRUITS Best Quality Best Service Your patronage solicited ALLEN ST. -- STATE COLLEGE Mention Penn State Collegian when calling on or writing to advertisers in this paper
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Steam : Laundry MODERN AND SANITAY QUALITY WORK J. R. Hughes G. F. Vosburg Glessner P. M. Frear H. H. Wetzel A. M. Barron H. G. Hall P. J Agents The elections of Band officers for the year are: President, Samuel Redsecker ‘14; Vice President, George Crawford ‘14; Secretary, 3. T. Jamieson ‘14; Treasurer, Professor _Crandell, The Senior Dance. Programs for the coming senior dance on the night of Pennsylvania Day may be secured at the Athletic Store Thursday and Friday evenings. Stags will be charged $3.00.
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
-- --( _~~~~~ 7 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ( _‘ _‘9- _.4_.._c _- _6_’ ~~~ " ~~ \ _1 _~ > _,IC ~~~~~ - I4 ~4_/ V \\ ~~~ r Copyr ight Bar _. Schaffoor _5_. ~~~~ There’s no way to describe the lively, smart styles of these new overcoats so that you’ll get a really good idea of them. Even the best illustrations don’t do the clothes full justice. You ’ve simply got to see the goods if you want to "get a line " on them. The Sim Store has produced the best overcoat styles this season you have ever seen; unless you have a look at them you ’ll miss the smartest lot of stuff in the market; and we’re sure you don’t want to do that. You can find plenty of good looking clothes everywhere; but there’s more than looks in these. There’s quality in them; fine fabrics, fine tailoring, fine finish. They’re the clothes you want. New styles for young men; new belt-back models; new colors and weaves. Overcoats $15.00 and up Suits $15.00 and up kh. ~ _ive ~~ uL x..v _~ _. ~ s S DELLEFONTE -STATE COLLEGE- PA...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
It 9 s A Nettleton The Nettleton Stands for What is Best in Men’s Fine Shoes. The Man who has worn a Nettle- _\_, ton Shoe knows ~~ this, and will wear no other make. - ~~~~ The habit of wearing Nettleton Shoes begins with. the first pair—Come in and get your s The prices arc exceedingly low, considering the qt ~ ality_. We are the ezc ~ iw ~ ivc agents. ~~~~~ . N. F ~~ H ~~ R J. L. Mauthe, Student Agent