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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
State College. June 15, (Commencement Game) Open , at State College. When completed , it is expected that the schedule will number about twenty-five games, of which only about one-fifth will be played on Beaver Field. Yale plays about 32 games and Princeton 29, so it is seen that State is not far below these colleges, both in number of games and in difficulty of schedule. The early Southern trip is a new venture with State College baseball teams and the one proposed this year is largely in the nature o ~ an experiment . It will be taken during the Easter vacation and the quality of the teams to be played , Mt St. Mary ’s, Annapolis , University of Va., Washington and Lee, and Georgetown will make the proposition a pretty tough one. However if the weather proves favorable and and a few of the possibilities develop, State’s team will give a good accouut of itself. Electric Traction and Lighting For State College. Two corpora_)ions , enfitled respectivel y the Nktany Light , Heat , and...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
_Wi _Wi _Wi ELUSIVE AS A DOUBLE is that subtle something in dress called "style. " You ’ll fi nd it , _lhoug h , in ‘ SIM" cLoTHEs. They ’re _Clothes of class, smart , graceful , distinguished looking and are very moderately riced. _priced . _Wi _Wi The STA TE COLLEGIAN Advertiser
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
STATE COLLEGE STUDIO Stands as a synonym for all that is new, artistic and up-to 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. VJ . \V . MI I ir I-EL , A IP T[ I ~ ~ ~~ ~ _~ ~ ~ ~ ~~
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 January 1905
F. Z. Moore ‘02, Dead The following was taken from the Waynesboro , Pa., Zephyr of Jan. ~ .9th . Frank Z. Moore , son of Geo. W. Moore , South Church street, who was taken ill with typhoid fever in Salt Lake City, Utah , as told in this pap er , died this morning. Mr. Moore was on his way west to Frisco , Utah , in the interest of the Westinghouse Machine Co. by which he was employed , when he was taken ill. He was in his 24th year and was a graduate of the Waynesboro High school , class of _‘S8, and of The Pennsylvania State College, where he took the course in Mechanical Engineering. He had many friends here who will regret his death. He was a young man of superior attainments and of very pleasing social qualities. He is survived by his parents and one brother , Ralph W. Moore. His father is now on the way to Utah, being called to his son’s bedside by a telegram announcing his ser ious illness. Mr. Moore during his college course was a man prominent in college affairs , standing h...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 January 1905
The Y. M. C. A. Course The fourth entertainment in the course will be given Saturday evening, Jan . 28th., in the Old Chapel. The Chicago Lady Entertainers who have been secured for this date, appeared here two years ago and gave a very creditable performance. The company consists of Estella M. Clarke, reader ; Jessie I. Christian , soprano ; Bessie M. Mercer , contralto; and Marcia M. Moorhead , accompanist. Each is an artist in her respective line, and yet each understands how to make her part subservient to the harmony of the whole. Their program consists of readings , vocal solos, duets , trios , and quartets. A very fine entertainment is assured. The management of the course has taken special pains to get a good attraction for this particular date, and it is hoped that there will a large attendance. The final number irf the course is booked for Saturday, March 4th., when Packard , the humorist, will give his "Rare Fun Well Done. " The Juniors Entertained. In spite of the close ...