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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 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 SOc each . Pencil tablets, note and composition books, vest pocket memorandums and account books. Pens, pen holders , pencils, erasers , ink, muc ilage, paste, card racks and photo mailers. - FOUNTAIN PENS _"Parker, " "Wirt ," "Laughun_. " 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. BOOKS . MAGAZ...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Election The following is the result of the Athletic Election held Monday evening: ASST. BASE BALL MANAGER. C. G. Evans, 32; 3. E. Stoud , 203 ; J. H. Hhnes, 313, (elected. ) BASE BALL MARSHAL German, 140 ; Yoder, 73; Walk.-er, 48; Hamilton, 186. No election. BASE BALL DIRECTORS Cooper , 216 ; Culp, 230, (elected) ; Stump, 138 ; Wright , 256 (elected); Spangler, 143 ; Wolff , 141 ; Heckathorne, 371 (elected). ASST. GEN. ATH. MGR. - Noss, 116 ; King, 133 ; Slater , 84; Gardner, 215_. No election. GEN. ATH. MARSHAL Hayes, 181 ; Myers, _51; Hoke, 20S. No election. GEN. ATH. DIRECTORS McNary, 237 ; Dumm , 307 (elected); Hunter, 266 (elected); Forker, 177 ; D. O. Davis, 258 ; Fawkes, 381 (elected). Signed, R. M. Caswell , G. F. Mervis , P. M. Jordan . W. W. Lomis, A. W. Kerr , E. Powel, T. B. Nolan , H. B. Woodward , 3. V. Mc Nary. _________
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Some Other Notable Guests In laddition to the large number of distinguished guests expected here on Pennsylvania Day, the following presidents of colleges have accepted invit ~ tions to be present and participate in the ceremonies :— Isaac Sharpless, Haverford. 3. D. Moffatt , Wash. & Jeff . 3, H. _Briimbaugh, Juniata . _._1. C. Ketler, Grove City. H. Y. Roop, Lebanon Valley. D. W. Ebbert , Ursinus. R. W. Silvester, Maryland Agriculture College. M. H. Buckham, University of Vermont .
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
It will- Pay You To buy your Dry Goods _~ ‘ _~~ ‘ Notions , Shoes, Groderies ,- Etc., of us. Ou ~ reputation stands back of the goods, which are better_. _~~ . ~~ brighter and snappier than ever before. _- _- - _. Holmes & Co College State College , Pa Avenue
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Philadelphia Club The regular meeting of the Philadelphia Club will be held in room 3O ~ _Engineer ~ ing Building at 6.30 o’clock Friday, Nov. 18, 1904. The Next Election. The election to make the final choice for the offices which were not filled last Monday evening, because no candidat e had a majority of the whole number of votes cast, will be held in the Armory Monday evening, Nov. 21st, from six to eight o’clock. The two candidates having the highest number of votes are eligible for this election. All others are thrdwn out. The following is a list of the men who still remain in the fight, and the offices to be filled: ASST. GEN. ATHLETIC MANAGER A. M. Gardner, ‘06, M. B. King, ‘07. - GENERAL ATHLETIC MARSHALL W. B. Hoke, ‘05, 0. C. Hayes, ‘06. BASE BALL MAR5HALL Hamilton , ‘05, German , ‘07.
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 December 1904
PENNSYLVANIA DAY Celebrated with Suitable Ceremonies at The Pennsylvania State College, including the DEDICATION OF THE CARNEGIE LIBRARY Addresses were made by Governor Pennypacker , Mr. Chas. M. Schwab, Mr. Andrew Carnegie, and Others ‘L’HT ~ CARN E G IE ~ _LIBRARY Published by _Cuur_1_c ~ y of I’_cniii _.ylvaii _l_;L C _nt_. Friday Nov. 18th , was a gala day for State College. It was the occasion of the dedication of the magnificent Carnegie Library and also Pennsylvania Day. Mr. and Mrs . Carnegie, Mr. and Mrs. Schwab, Governor Pennypacker, Deputy Attorney General Fleitz and State Librarian Montgomery were among the notable guests in attendance. Coming by way of Lemont, on Thursday evening, in Mr. Schwab’s special car "Loretto _" the party were driven up and wece met by the cadet battalion at Centre Furnace and escorted to Dr. Atherton’s residence. After dinner most of the distinguished guests retired to their rooms , but quite a few visited th ~ e various fraternity houses where...