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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Thursday Nov. 17, 1904 EDITORAL Pennsylvania Day. The "State Collegian on behalf of the student body, extends a most cordial we!- come to the many distinguished guests of the College on this auspicious occasion. Never in the history of the institution has it been our good fortune to entertain so many widely known people and every effort will be made to improve our opportunity and make the occasion a grand and glorious success. It was a great game! For the seventh time "State" has triumphed over her old rival Dickinson and the team which was in the depths over the defeat at Annapolis is once more on the flood-tide of prosperity. Saturday ’s contest will be memorable in the annals of State College, not so much for the victory itself , decisive as it was, but because of the magnificent "spirit"_. _. and determination displayed by the members of "State’s" team. The defea t at Annapolis was very disheartening, for we expected to win that. Then came the illness of Captain Forkum and final...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. EDITORS, W. B. HOKE, ‘05, Chief , ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘05 , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05, T. F. FOLTZ, ‘06, - B. J. _DIJMM , ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. W. G. HECKATHORNE , ‘_05. ASSISTANT MANAGER. C. R. OBERFELL, ‘06.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Literary Notes. PROF. ESPENSHADE’S RHETORIC. - ~ rofessor Espenshade’s "Composition and Rhetoric," which was issued by D. C. Heath & Co. in the early summer, has already reached its second printing. It has been cordially received by educators and has been adopted by many leading colleges, among them Bucknell and Dickinson. The booic is .. a wide departure from rhetorics. ~ It is _first ~ of all practical; it is adapted to the actual needs of that constantly increasing class of students of which our college body is representative. It lays emphasis constantly upon the fundamental principles of correctness, force, and facility. A large amount of illustrative material has been given, all of it taken from the actual work of students, The learner is constantly face to face with his own mistakes and short-comings, rather than with those of literary men who at times have been car& less. "The author has not imagined himself to be a literary man addressing a literary audience,...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
"Man wants but little here below, nor wants that little ’ lohg, " 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 a $10.00 TO $15.00 Guaranteed by us and the makers and sold by us exclusively - Our fathers stood by KUPPENHE I MER & 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 ~
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Program for Friday. 1. MORNING PROCEEDINGS. The exercises will begin in the Auditorium at 9.30 a. m. and proceed in the following order: 1. Processional : College Orchestra. 2. Address by Mr. Thos. L. Montgomery, State Librarian , on "Pennsylvania Libraries and their Relation to Education. " _- 3. Address by the Hon. Frederic W. Fleitz , Deputy Attorney General, on "Pennsylvania." 4. College Glee Club: "The Lost Chord. " 5. Informal Addresses by His Excellency, the Governor of the Commonwealth, and the Rt. Hon. John Morley, M. P., of England , are expected. 6. "America. " NOTE .—During this portion of the prog ra _m . _lb lower floor of the Auditorium will be occupied by the student body . (except the extreme rear) and only the galleries will be open to the public. Promptly at 12 o’clock a Luncheon will be served to specially invited guests of the College in the Armory. 2. AFTERNOON PROCEEDINGS. The ceremonies- connected with the Dedication of the Carnegie Library will begin in the ...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
’SHEASLY S BAKERY FOR FINE CONFECTIONERY _(‘antics _alwny s fresh because we buy _uaita ’er_~ ‘_ilO _M _MANUFACTUaEIIS RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT QUICK LUNCHES A SPE CIALTY Oysters Ice Cream Soda Water WE ALWAYS TRY TO PLEASE OUR Cus _rosiens _C_. B. SHEASLY _, Proprietor
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Stale Co1Ie e Hotel J. B. Shuman. Proprietor EN TI _tA L L Y LOCA i’EI) _SE_’ _lt _OlAL RATES _‘[‘0 STUDENT $ EXCELLENT ATTENTION GIVE TO _‘I’RANSLENT ’J’ _RAI)E LIVERY IN CONNEC’_1’IO isI’EAM _h EAl GoOl) _CUISINE AI _~ INE L _f_’ ~ E0F C IG _AR S ALWAY S ON _II A _NI _) ~ ( ~ ~