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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 that we carry a
full line of A. G. Spaulding’s Sporting Goods.
Telephone STATE COLLEGE, PA.
At a meeting of the Athletic Asscia -
tion on Tuesday evening, October
18, a committee was appointed to
draw up a new constitution for the
Association, this committee being
requested to formulate new rules as
to awarding the Varsity “S” to
members of the athletic teams.
A committee on Accommodations
was appointed to investigate rail
road excursion rates to Williamsport
for the Dickinson game. At the
close of the meeting the students
crowded to the front of the chapel
and practiced organized cheering.
Natural History Club.
The regular meeting of the Natur
al History Club was held Oct. 19.
Ingram and Groff, both of ’O7, were
elected members, and E. P. Hayes,
’OB, was proposed for membership.
Spicer gave an interesting talk on
STATE COLLEGE STUDIO
W. W. SMITH, ARTIST
‘‘Things to be seen at St. Louis,”
and Lee read a paper on ‘‘The Plum
Curculio. ” The Club meets every
Wednesday evening and all interest
ed in natural history are invited to at
Ice Cream Parlors
Special attention paid to
Oysters in Season
Students’ Trade Solicited
OPPOSITE I!. C. 11. It. DEPOT
STATE COLLEGE - PA
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
Nothing but the best is
good enough for our pa
To please. If we don’t
do it, tell us our mistakes.
V/e will correct them.
Go lhoio Tor :i lull line of Sand
wiches ai’d Quick Lunch
We our owi. home-boiled
ham in sandwiches.
Oysters served in all styles
Boarding by the week, day or meal
WG. CALDWELL, Prop.