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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Alumn i Notes. ~

Publication Title: State Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

It Will Pay You To buy your Dry Goods , Notions , Shoes, Groceries, Etc. , of us. Our reputation stands back of the goods, which are better , bri ghter and snappier than ever before HOLMES CO. Main . State College, Pa. ~~ St

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

S. W. _Kah n, Hatter and Men ’s Furnisher Students headquarters for hats , Nec kwear , Fancy Shirts , Hosiery, Underwear , Gloves and Sweaters. STATE COLLEGE _, PA

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

H. Grimm Merchant Tailor 30 years experience in Tailoring. Samples of the finest imported goods steady on hand. Dress Suits a Specialty. STATE COLLEGE, PA.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

S. E. KIMPORT , BUTCHER and de aler In Choice Beef , Lamb , Por k , Vea l, Salt Meats and Poultry. Special attent ion given to Caterer s. Call and see us on Allen St. STAT E COLLECE _, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

W. L. FOSTER , —Dealer in-— -:- General Merchandise . -:-SPECIALTIES. Walk-over Shoes for Ladies and Gents. Gents furnishimig goods of all kinds. Ladies fine dress goods in the very latest styles. Fancy groceries—of the finest quality. Don ’t forget that we carry a full line of A. G. Spauldings _sportimi g goods. Telephone. STATE COLLEGE, PA To Our Reade rs. Due to unforeseen difficulties imi the inauguration of this sheet it has been found im possible to present it to the public on the regular day of publication. But hereafter the STATE COLLEGIAN will be placed in the hands of all local subscribers on Thursday _evenimi g of each week. Social The Christian Endeavor held a very enjoyable social Friday evening, September 3oth , at the home of Miss Maude Bailey. A large number of students attended. Break , break , break ! on thy cold grey sto nes, 0 Sea For I’d like you to know How it seems to be so Broke , dead broke as me. — Tue 14/rink/c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

State College Studio. A Mistake. "Suppose" I said , as we two Sat in the firel ight glow , "You were a man , who ~ oved a maid , And had often told her so. Suppose that she would not listen , And said that she couldn ’t be true , She expected never to niarry, If she did , it wouldn ’t be you ! Themi what would you do to wiii her , Would it be a grave error to make , To urge her again to have you ? She answered , "I’d make the Miss Take !" —Punch J3_owl A street Arab stood on a weighing machi ne In the li ght of a lingering day , Then a counterfeit penny he dropped in the slot And silently stole a-weigh. — Tke _Currctni

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

W. W. SMITH, A rtist.

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Graham The Bai’ber In this issue we will only thank you kindly for patronage in the past , and hope our work will merit it in the future.

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

Palace Restaurant Go there for a full line of sandwiches and q u i c k lunch. We use our own homeboiled ham in sandwiches. Oysters served in all styles. Boarding by the week , day or meal W. C. CALDWELL , Prop.

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 October 1904

s a Synonym for all that is new , art istic and up-to tands date in Photography. If you watch this space during this college year we will try and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction. Please call and examine our work .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

CALENDAR. FRIDAY , OcT. 7. 8:oo P. M. Cora Morris Griffin , Reader , in the Auditorium. SUNDAY , OcT. 9. _11:_00 A. M. —Chapel. Sermon by Dr. Schaeffer , State Supt. of Public Instruction. 6:30 P. M.—Y. M. C. A. in Room 529 Main. Subject , "How am I to Use My Sundays ?" C. D. _Flickiuger , ‘o6 , Leader. TUESDAY , OcT. _II_. 7 :00 P. M.—C. E. Society in Room 20 , Engineering Building. WEDNESDAY , Ocr. 12. 6:30 P. M.—E. E. Society in Room 20, Engineering Building. PRt V ~TE UBRAR Y ~~~ [—OF—HOWA RD L SM’T ~ ~J

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

Y. M. C. A. The subject for Sunday evening, October 2nd , was "Bible Stud y. " Mr. Aungst. ‘os, led the meeting. He introduced M. W. J. Miller , the State Student Secretary , who addressed the students on th e ‘‘Need of Bible Study among College Men. " _~ Mr. Miller referred to the tremen-~~~~~ gro ~ vth of the Bible stud y _~ i’ô_’ ~~ ment among college men in ~~ e last few years. In many places the study of the Scriptures is required in the regular college curricuj um. Last year 25, 000 men were enrolled ; and this year it is expected that 40,000 will take up the study of the Word. The Word of God exerts a powerful influence on men ’s lives. Noth i n g else in the world can so broaden and deepen characte r and enoble a man ’ s life as a conscientious study of the Bible. Moreover , college men should study it if only because they are students. No man is trul y educated unless he has a k nowled ge of the Scriptures , and no man can neglect its study without cletrinient to himself. A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

Personals . ~ 3 _~~~~~~~~~~~ p —E. R. Wood , ex- ’o4, has located at Altoona. — ‘‘Cal" Wailer , ex- ’o4, is. in town renewing acquaintances. —Chark s J. Corse , ‘o6 , has left college on account of sickness. —H. W. Myers , ex-05, was a visitor at the College last week. —Frank M. Hindman _, ex- ’o6, has entered Purdue University. —John G. Culbertson , eX- ’o5, is with the Westinghouse company. —R. P. Farrington, ex- ’o ~ , has re-entered college as a member of the Junior class. —A. H. Roop, who has been instructor in the Chemical Laborator ies for the last few years, has located in Mississippi. —James C. Aiken , eX- ’o7, is attend in g Allegheny college. He was in the line up against State last Saturday. —Miss Helen Atherton left for Philadelphia last _‘_ruesday, where she will purchase a new piano for the Old Chapel. —Albert S. Butler , ‘o6 , left college on Tuesday for Ann Arbor . Mich_. , where he will enter Michigan University. —C. H. Campbell , ‘ 07, is ill at his home in West C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

3 ~~~~ 3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ Alumni Notes. ~ EE ~~~~ EE ~ H. A. Leitzell , ‘ 04, has charge of the college book room. M. L. Gray, ‘ 04, wa_, a visitor over Saturday and Sunday . A. H. Mylin , ‘ 04, has located with the York Manufacturing Co. W. W. McCallnm is with the New York Central at Albany. N. A. H. Mylin , ‘ 04, has a positioii with the York Manufacturing Company. H. C. Ray, ‘ 04, has been added to the staff in the mineralogy laboratory. C. S. Freeman , ~ O3. has secu red a position with _th e Segaer Coal Company. J. R. W. Keenen , ‘g8 , is Ass’t. Supervisor of the North ern Central Railroad. Robert H. Lyons, ‘ 04, is _chem ist for the Pittsburg Reduction company, East St. Louis. A. B. Schwenk .‘ 04, holds a position with the General Electric company, at Pittsfield , Mass. W. H. Barnes , ‘ 04, has located at Brookl yn , Pa., where he is engaging in agricultural pursuits. William V. Detwiler , ‘ 04, has Se cured a lucrative position in mining engineering at Washington , D. ...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

LECTU KE AND CONCERT COURSE. The Lecture and Concert Course to be given this year by the Young Men ’s Christian Association promises to be by far the best ever given at State College. The Course this year will consist of fi ve n u mbers, amid the following strong attractions have been secu red Cora Morris Griffin , on Oct. 7th. Jacob A. Riis , on Nov. 4th. The Katherine Rid gway Conipany, on Dec. 3rd. The Chicago Lad y Entertainers , on Jan. 28th. Packard , the Humorist , on March _4th. Cora Morris Griffin , Reader, appeared here last May, and those who had the pleasure of hearing her were delighted with her entertainment. She will give an entirely new program , and will be assisted by local music. To any one who has had the privilege of reading "The Making of an American’’ or ‘‘How the Other Half Lives, " Mr. Riis, who has been styled ‘‘New York ’s n ~ ost useful citizen , ’’ needs no introd uction. Mr. Riis is one of President Roosevelt ’s most tru sted friends, and a successful a...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

STATE COLLEGI AN _Pul,_h islaed oaa _‘_rhmur sdav of each week durhaag the college year in thae _amitere st of ‘rlac Pemaa msy lvamaia State College. EDITORS. W. B. HOKE , ‘ 05, Chief , ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘ 05, T. F. FOLTZ, ‘o6 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07. BUSINESS MANAGER W. G. _HEcicATHORNE, ‘o6. SUBSCRIPTIO N. $1.50 per year or $1.25 if paid withan 80 days after date of subscription. Emmtered at the Post Office , state college, Pa .. as secomad class anatte r. THURSDAY , OCT. 6, 1904. We take this occasion to express our appreciation of the kindness of the reception tendered the STATE COLLEGIAN Ofl all sides. Many errors and crudities , of necessity, accompanied the first edition , due to the inexpcrience and unfamiliarity of the editors and business managers with their duties. These, however, will be remedied as we proceed , and we bespeak the continued kindness and indul gence of our subscribers and advertisers toward our publication. It is our fi rm intention to pr int onl y _item s...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

FOOTBALL. STATE , 5 0—ALLEGHENY , 0. The game last Saturday between State ’ s team and that of Allegheny was nothing short of a foot race. Fronm one end of time field to the other the tealns moved about as fast as they could run. Touchdowns _ive re made inside of twenty seconds after the kick-off. Capt. Forkum caught the ball behind the goal post and ran the full length of the field for a touchdown. Saunders made a similar run. The line had scarcely any work to do. The game was too easy to be of any value to our team. It is all told by the remnark of a Freshman on the side-line, "I would sooner drill than watch this game. " Allegheny d id not have half the team of last year. A strong wind across the field made goal kicking almost impossible. Time line-up: STATE. POSITIoN. ALLC G HEN _Y . Leathers , (B arr) _I. e Ginn _5m_,m itha _I. t McQui stioma Wh ite _I. g G. _Hobsomm Wray C _rhaoanas) Scott Woodward r. g Sh ields Hug hes (Moscri p) r. t _tv_. Hobsoma Moorehaead_(_Fergusola_)__r...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

Hair Cut ,, Shave , Shampoo , Massage Treatmen t,. can on C. P. WOMEK , Successor to C L Croy_‘ e ( Shop in College Hotel.) KIIUJIIIIjNE & PEO_1_IIJE, STATE’S BIG STORE DRY COODS_. In all the newest effects it wool anti Wash Fabrices. CENTS FURN I SHINCS The Best Line of Shirts , Collars , Ti s, Hi siery Uthde wear is foimnd here. SHOES SHOES SHOES and then some We have more Shoes thaim taimy two _stores in town. T y a pair of time State Shoes for winter. $3.50 amid $4 _00 Croceries and Table Su pplies The fittes t and best line in the city is found with us. CALORIMETER EXPE KI MENTS. The Bureau of Animal Industry of the U. S. Department of Agricult ure has assigned one thousand dollars of the recent Congressional appropriation for experiments in _anim al breeding and feeding to the co-operative investi gations with the Respiration Calorimeter now in progress at the Pennsylvania Station. Plans have been made for an investigation upon the influence of age and individuality up...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 October 1904

llllNTIJIL DON IIUNOIIY ~~~~ . li. DUFF, _Th ~~ _erit. Soft Wash _SOets . pet s doz SA’rI SFAC TI0 ~ L QU _a R AN T _aED . Lmaundtmy Sass F nee to Cuato rn _ea s 4 a neat -

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