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FLAG RUSH i st. The flag rush must take place between the opening of the Spring term and the commence ment of June examinations. 2nd. The flag must be raised within the following limits : Along the road beyond Beaver Field west to the college barns, south along the road to the Bellefonte Central tracks, along the railroad to College Ave., east to the Experiment Sta tion road. 3rd. Pole and flag shall be rais ed by the Freshman class. 4th. In order to win, the Fresh men must fly their flag on their pole within the prescribed time and limits, and keep it there until eight o’clock of the morning of the rush. sth. In order to win, the Sopho mores must tear the flag from the pole before eight o’clock, or take it from Freshmen or a Freshman with in the designated limits. 6th. The use of barb and other varieties of wire (not including net ting), climbers, or other imple ments likely to cause serious injury are strictly prohibited in this and every other rush. GENERAL RULES. (1) College caps are not to be worn by Freshmen prior to the second semester of the Freshman year. (2) Class caps shall not be worn before Easter of the Sophomore year. (3) Freshmen shall be at liber ty to wear class jerseys only after the football game, whether they win or lose These rules are respectfully sub mitted by the following committee for adoption by the two upper classes. -Senior Committee : H. C. Offut, Ch’rm’n. Alex Hart, C. E. Govier, F. M. Torrence, F. J. Saunders. Junior Committee: W. J. Dumm, Ch’rm’n. B. W. Kline, R. M. Caswell, C. F. Noll, E. G. Yeckley. “Man wants but little here below, nor wants that little long” but when it conies to his wearing apparel he’s pretty particular The apparel bearing the label B. KUPPENHEIMER &, exclusively KUPPENHEIMER & CO. clothes .Hid our sons aie destined lo do likewise There's something in a name after all —Shake- speare to the conlraiy notwithstanding. arrivals—the neatest, nobbiest lead,5 -to-wear apparel ever seen in this section MONTGOMERY * CO., GAMES OF THE WEEK. SATURDAY, OCT. 2211 d Pennsylvania vs. Columbia at Franklin Field. Yale vs. West Point at West Point. Princeton vs. Lehigh at Prince ton. Harvard vs. Carlisle at Cam bridge. Cornell vs. Franklin and Mar shall at Ithaca. Annapolis vs. Columbian at An napolis. Lafayette vs. Swarthmore at Easton. Susquehanna vs. Western U. of Pa. at Pittsburg. Syracuse vs. Allegheny at Syra cuse. Wesleyan vs. Rutgers at Middle town. Michigan vs. West Virginia at Ann Arbor. Chicago vs. Northwestern at Chicago. THURDAY, OCT. 27th. Annapolis vs. Swarthmore at Annapolis. is designed for paiticnlar men These suits and top coats show that $lO.OO to $20.00 Guaranteed by us and the makers and by 11s Our fathers stood bv Step into our store and examine the new For sale by us only BELLEFONTE, PA. Groups Flashlights All kinds of Amateur Ik Mallory Studio PHOTOGRAPHY. Bellefonte, - Pa. We will be represented at State by Guy McEntire. 3rd Floor, Main Building. THe First national Banß CO. Book of College Views T. H. Arnold Successor to W. E. KETCH AM, Photography. Bellefonte, Fa.