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W. L. FOSTER
t ; 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 that we carry a
full line of A'. G. Spaulding’s Sporting Goods.
Telephone STATE COLLEGE, PA.
The Next Election.
The election to make the final
choice for the offices which were
not filled last Monday evening, be
cause no candidate had a ma
jority of the whole number of votes
cast, will be held in the Armory
Monday evening, Nov. 21st, from
six to eight o’clock. The two can
didates having the highest number
of votes are eligible for this election.
All others are thrOwn out.
The following is a list of the men
who still remain in the fight, and the
offices to be filled!
ASST. GEN. ATHLETIC MANAGER
A. M. Gardner, 'O6, M. B. King,
GENERAL ATHLETIC MARSHALL
W. B. Hoke, 'O5, O. C. Hayes,
BASE BALL MARSHALL
Hamilton, 'O5, German, ’O7,
STATE COLLEGE STUDIO
W. W. SMITH, ARTIST
The regular meeting of the Phila
delphia Club will be held in room
30‘ Engineering Building at 6.30
o’clock Friday, Nov. 18, 1904.
Ice Cream Parlors
Special attention paid to
. _ Banquets, Balls
Oysters in Season
Students’ Trade Solicited
OPPOSITE B. C. It. 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.
We will correct them.
"Go there for a full line of Sand
wiches ui d Quick Lunch
Wo use our owi. liome-bolled
ham In sandwiches.
Oysters served In all styles
Boarding by the week, day or meal
WG. CALDWELL, Prop.