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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Polyc’inic , Pennsylvania Military Instilute. Class 12—Jefferson Medical , Hahneniann Medical , Medico-Chirurg ~ cal, Philadelphia Dental , College cf Pharmacy,Art and Text ile School , Georgetown Law School , New York Law School. Class 13—Suwanee , Georgia , Nashville, Vanderbilt , Oberlin , Purdue. Class 14—Union. Tufts , Roches ter , Hamilton, Hobart , Buffalo. Class 15—Annapolis , West Point An Episode. Three smart young men an~ three nice _yDu _~ 1g girls All lovers true as steel—Decided , in a friendly way, To spend the day awheel. They started in the early morn , And nothing seemed amiss ; And when they reached the k ~ af y lanes, They in like rode twos this. They wandered by the verdant dale Beside the rippling _nil ; They heard the son g bird’s trill , They sped throug h many a woodland glade , ‘1 he world was full of bliss, And when they res ed in the shade Theysat intwos likethis. _‘_I he sun went down and evenin g came, A lot too soon they said ; Too long they’d tarrted ...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Y. M. C. A . Election The annual election of officers was held in 126 Main on Tuesday evening, and resulted as follows: President , 0. C. Hays ‘C6 ; Vice President , B. D. Kunkle ‘07 ; Treasuier , B. H. Olrnstcad ‘07 ; Ass ’t. Treasurer , H. B. Woodward ‘07 ; Secretary, W. A. Slater ‘07. ‘When your heels hit hard and your head feels queer , And your thoug hts nsa up like froth on bi Cr , And your knees ale weak and and your voice is stron g, And you laugh all ng ht at some daij i fool son g ; You ’re drunk , by (ad , ~ou ’re drunk—New York World,
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
_U will Pay You To bu) your Dry Goods Notions , Shoes , Groceries , Etc., of us. Our reputation stands back of the goods, which are bctter, brighter and snappier than ever before. Holmes & Co. ~~~~~~~~~ o1Ie ~ e ~ Paj EL ~ 3R ~1V ~ Jfl MER ChANT _TAILOR s’rAr _l_: _coLLE( ~ E. i_’. ~ . l’llIrl ~s_, _e_,_lI _. ~ _‘‘‘Ii I’ll _III_’ _) _’ _II _‘l’lllIl , _I _lii _III _Ilie li I _l_(’ _,_i _III _ilul l _(_I _till _cl ~_al ~ _t ~_‘ _, _(_III _itt _Il l. _1_)I ~ 1 _1414 _141_._31114 A _S_1’ECI u.’rv
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
DRESS AND ADDRESS are the twin attributes that will carry you farthest in the race for Life ’s pnizcs The name _"SIM" msrk_’ ~ the supreme achievement of later-day tailoring; that ’s why we sell the productions of this great house , and we sell m any suits at their moderate price The STA TE COLLEGIAN Aa_’vertiser
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
STATE COL LEGE 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. w. w. viimi-i . i _ri m ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
L. FOSTER DEALEIl IN ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jfl ~~~ F ~ CI-1_. ~~ N JDIS ~~ SPECIALTIES Walk-over Shoes for Ladies and Gents. Gents’ Furnishing Goods of all kinds. Ladies’ fine Dress Goods in the very latest styles. Fancy Groceries—of the finest quality. Don’t forget th at we carry a full line of A. G. Spaulding’ s Sporting Goods. Telephone STATE COLLEGE , PA.
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Our _Mlcroscepos _, _Mlcrol _omos _, Laburatery Glass. wsre_, Chemt cal Appar stus, Chemical s, Phsta Lenses and Shutters , Held Gl _asses, Projection Apparatus , Photo-MIcra Cameras _nra used by the _leadlegLab , _. _, ... _, ... _, oratorI os and _Cever _’nt Oep’tn Bound the World Cata1_ogs ~~~~~~~~~~ Freo Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co_. _RocooR _sTel t . _N. Y. New York Chte ago Dooton _Prankfurt , G’y _~
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 February 1905
Lincoln Day. The order of exercises on Monday, Feb. 13th , is here prin ted. A special train will leav e Bellefonte for the College at 8.30 in the morning, arriving in time for the exercises in the Auditorium. Returning the train will leav e at 12 m. so as to connect with midday trains east and west from Bellefonte. The exercises in the Auditorium will commence promptl y at 10 o’clock and will proceed in the following order:— _1. Invocation , By The Rev. Dr. Gill. The Lord’s Prayer—Chant. 2. Anthem—By the College Glee Club. " To Thee , Oh Country, great and free. ’’ 3. Oratio n—Abraham Lincoln , By the Hon. L. A. Watres of Scranton , Pa. 4. College Glee Club , "Home that _I love. " 5. (a) "Linco ln the Student ," By Wm .B. Hoke. (b ) Lincoln the Politician , By Calvin H. Wailer. 6. America— "M y Country, ‘tis of Thee. "
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 February 1905
Question Submitted The following questbn has been submitted by State to Franklin and Marshall for the debate here at State College on April 7th:— Resoived : that the pan recommended by Commissioner Garfie d for the Federal control and supervision of corporations engaged in interstate commerce, should be enacted by Congress. As soon as F. & M. makes the choice of sides , trial s will be held. The time before the debate takes place is very short and the team chosen will have to get to work very quickly. Roland Diller ‘00 Dead. The following was taken from the New Holland Clarion of Feb ~ 4. Roland Diller , son of Mr. and Mrs. E . C. Diller , ot this borough , died at the home of his parents on Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock, after an illness ot about three weeks. Death resulted from typhoid fever. Deceased came home irom Philadelphia a little more than three weeks ago , being compelled to give up his work , owing to ill health . At first it was thought his illness was not ser...