State collegian. (State College, Pa.) 1904-1911, November 10, 1904, Image 6

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    State College Hotel
J. 6. Shuman. Proprietor
CENTRALLY LOCATED
SPECIAL KATES TO STL HUNTS
EXCELLENT ATTENTION GIVEN
TO TRANSIENT TRADE
LIVERY IN CONNECTION
S I'EAM 11F..V1 GOOD CUISINE
A I*7XE LINE OF
CRIAIiS ALWAYS ON HAND
Huntingdon Laundry
R. L. DUFF, AGENT
Soft wash - 50 cents per dozen
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Lctunji'u 3ncs Fie - :o Customers
4 a neat
Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo,
Massage Treatment,
canon c< S- woMER
(Successor to C. L. Croyle)
SHOP IN COLLEGE HOTEL
Krumrine & Pearce
STATE'S BIG STORE
DRY GOODS
In till the newest cilccts in Wool and
Wash Fabrics
GENTS 1 FURNISHINGS
The best lino oi Shirts, Colbtr% Ties,
Underwear ls» found here
SHOES SHOES SHOES
ANII THEN J-OMIt
We lnive moie Shoes than any two
stores in town. Try a pair of ihe
Stale shoes lor winter.
SJ.uO and $4 00
GROCERIES
AND TAHLK SUPPLIES
The linesl and best line in the city Is
found with us.
The Constitution of the Ath-
letic Association
The first installment of the con
stitution appeared in last week's issue.
A part will be printed each week as
the revising committee prepares it,
in accordance with the action at a
previous meeting.
ARTICLE IV
Section 1. It shall be the duty
of the President to preside at all meet
ings,' to expound the Constitution and
By-Laws, to enforce a due observ
ance thereof, to decide upon all
questions of order, to call meetings,
to appoint officers and committees
not otherwise provided for, to fill
temporary vacancies, and to issue
orders on the Treasurer for bills not
belonging to either of the three de
partments..
Section 2. In the absence of the
President, the Vice-President shall
perform all the duties of that officer.
Section 3. It shall be the duty
of the Secretary to keep, in books
provided for the purpose, full and
complete minutes of the proceedings
of the Association, and a complete
and correct list of the various games
and sports of the Association to
gether with dates and names of
players. His list of active mem
bers, other than those given in the
catalogue, shall be kept. He shall
carry on all correspondence not with
in province of the other departments.
Section 4. It shall be the duty of
the Treasurer, who shall be a resi
dent member of the Alumni or of
the Instruction force, to receive all
dues, to receive donations, and from
the managers, the net receipts of all
Athletic events; to keep a full and
correct account of all money received
and paid out, under four separate
heads: Association account, Foot
Ball account, Base Ball account and
General Athletic account. Under
the head of the Association account
shall be entered all items not be
longing to any of the other three ac-
IT WILL PAY YOU
to examine
THE “ INTERNATIONAL ” SAMPLES
before you buy your
Winter Suits. Overcoat or Rain Coat
IKPOKTUb ENGLISH COItDUKOYS
NO FIT. P. M. RAINEY. Agt,
NO PAY ROOM 576. MAIN
G? ° J, W. HARVEY
von
CIGARS, TOBACCO *212
FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS
A full line of Smokers* Fancy Articles
ALLEN ST., STATE COLLEGE, PA
SHEASLY’S BAKERY
FINE CONFECTIONERY
Candles always fresh because we
bliy* Dili KG L* FltOM manuvaituukks
RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT
QUICK LUNCHES A SPECIALTY
Oysters Ice Cream Soda Water
WE ALWAYS TUY TO PLEASE OTTIt
CUSTOMBUS
C, B. SHEASLY, Proprietor
HARDWARE
Good Goods Lowest Prices
Honest inspection and fair
judgment is all I ask
JOHN I. OLEWINE
Bellefonte - Pa.
College Book Room
HEADQUARTERS FOR
STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
Ist floor Main Bldg. Room No. 105