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State College Hotel
J. B. Shuman, Proprietor
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EXCELLENT ATTENTION GIVEN
TO TRANSIENT TRADE
LIVERY IN CONNECTION
STEAM HEAT GuOD CUISINE
A FTNIS LTNE OF
CIGARS ALWAYS ON HAND
Ft. L. DUFF, AGENT
Soft wash - 50 cents per dozen
Laundiy B-igs Ftee to Customcis
4 a neat
Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo,
Callon c.A. WOMER
(Successor to C. L. Croyle)
SHOP IN COLLEGE HOTEL
Krumrine & Pearoe
STATE'S BIG STORE
In nil tlie newest effects In Wool and
The b 'St line of Shirts, Collars, Ties,
Hosiery. Underwear Is found hero
SHOES SHOES SHOES
AND Til BN SOME
We have more Shoes than any two
stores in town. Try a pair of the
State shoes for winter.
S 3 50 and SI 00
AND TAttMi SUPPLIES
The llncst anil best line ill the city is
found with us.
Continued from Pane 1
This is the first time a Freshman
team has triumphed over the Sophs
since 1902 defeated 1901.
The game began at 2.30 by Hon
hart kicking off to Mcllveen, who
caught the ball on the 20 yard line
and ran it back 10 yards before be
ing downed. Partridge made 4
yards through Bodine and “Mac”
made 2 through Ritchie. First
down. Henry struck his tackle for
2 yards and Partridge advanced it
4 more in an attack on centre.
‘ ‘Mac’ ’ failed to gain around left end,
being thrown by Hargest.
Partridge 3 through Van Horn.
Wray made 1 yard on the next play
and the ball went to the Freshmen
on downs on the Sophs 45 yard line.
Kreider began operations by making
1 yard through McWilliams. Lilley
made a similar gain by a mass on
tackle. Honhart punted to the
Sophs 10 yard line, where Leathers
tackled “Mac.” Henry made 1
yard through Zinc. “Mac” wisely
punted on the next play to the 45
yard line where Kreider fumbled but
picked up the ball and ran 5 yards
before being tackled by Engle. A
fumble on the first play cost the
Freshmen 7 yards. Honhart
punted poorly and the ball went out
of bounds but 10 yards in advance
of the line of scrimmage.
Partridge made 1 through Van
Horn, Wray 3 through Ritchie and
then secured first down by making
1 through Zinc.
Henry and Wray failed to gain in
in two attacks through Zinc and
“Mac” was compelled to punt.
Honhart caught and made 5 yards
before being downed.
The game up to this punt had been
very evenly contested both teams
putting up a very stubborn defense.
Tne Freshmen were evidently sur
prised at their own showing and
from now-on put more determina
tion into their work. Zinc tore off
8 yards through left tackle and then
made 5 through the same place,
Ritchie made 4 yards in two attempts
through Kunkle and Kreider made
it first down going through Mc-
Williams for 2. Honhart added 5
more by a run around left end.
Zinc and Kreider failing to gain,
Honhart punted to “Mac” who
was thrown on the 10 yard line.
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ALLEN ST., STATE COLLEGE, PA.
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C< B. SHEASLY, Proprietor
Good Goods Lowest Prices
Honest inspection and fair
judgment is ail I ask
JOHN I. OLEWINE
BcllefQnte - Pa.
College Book Boom
j Ist floor Main Bldg. Room No. 105