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EVERY young man who is real
ly keen for the smartest style in
his clothes, should see the show-
ing of ready to wear
The styles, the weaves, the design
ing; some very unusual things here for
you. Lively patterns, snappy new
models; some very smart new ideas in
cut and finish. A large variety to
Suits $l5 to $35
Overcoats $12.50 to $4O
Custom tailoring—Suits and over-
coats to order $2O up.
Bellefonte -State College - Pa.
Fifty Alumni Will Be Here,
A large number of State Alumni Whether * 'rsob” Reed’s idea of
will be here for the W. and J. game tpe Penn State spirit would not
on Saturday Oct. 12. At a iC/vxnM help.
Alumni meeting in Pittsburgh many Whether there is a freshman in
expressed their intention of coming college today who does not know
up to College the Thursday before his Alma Mater.
rtie game. The main crowd will whether a few upperclassmen
leave Pittsburgh on Friday evening CO uld not assist in keeping the
October 11th on the 7:10 train to crowd back to the track at football
Altoona. This will make a com- p rac tice.
fortable trip and mileage will be
used entirely as the Pennsylvania
Railroad failed to offer attract've
rates for a party trip. Doubtless 50
Pittsburgh Alumni will be on hand
to - see Captain Mauthe’s men defea'
W. and J’s strong eleven,
Rules for Use of the Gymnasium,
Gymnasium open to all students
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:00 p. m„ ex
cept holidays, Sundays, and gym
nasium class hours.
Baths open to 10:30 p. m.
A plain white gym suit with soft
soled shoes required when appear
ing on the floor.
Smoking in the building not per
Spitting on the floor prohibited.
The throwing of peanut shells and
other refuse on the floor not allow
The enforcement of these rules
shall be insisted upon.
Largest Freshman Bible Class.
The largest freshman bible class
in the history of this institution,
numbering approximately 500 per
sons, assembled in the Old Chapel
on Sunday morning, September
22nd. The work of this class in
past years was heartily endorsed by
prominent members of the sopho
more and upper classes.
Dean Jackson in Atlantic City.
To-morrow Dean Jackson will
speak at the Road Congress Con
ference which is now in session at
Atlantic City. His talk will con
sist of a detailed discussion of the
public roads and the benefits deriv
ed from the course in Highway En
gineering as given at the Pennsyl
vania State College.
President Sparks to Speak.
President Sparks will give some
interesting impressions of his recent
trip to the Holy Land on Sunday
evening next at 6:30 in the
Auditorium under the auspices of
the Christian Association.
The President’s Reception.
On Friday evening, September
27th, President and Mrs. Sparks
received both the old and the new
members of the faculty at their
residence from eight to ten o’clock.
The freshman class has now en
rolled within its number 650 fresh
men. The total nnmber of new
men is 760.
Dr. G. G. Pond, who is on a
year’s leave of absence, is travelling
in Italy with Mrs. Pond. Miss Mill
icent and Albert are in Seesan, Ger
many, and Miss Clara and Gilbert
at Bornhausen, Germany.
Slieffler's * Restaurant
Pies Sandwiches Soups
E, L. Graham & Company
Dry Goods Groceries
East College avenue
ltato yor day $2 30 With bath $3 pur day
W. L. DAGGETT
Soles sewed or stitched
by Champion stitcher. W. C. KLINE
South Allen street
I. C. HOLMES
STAPLE and FANCV GROCERIES. FRUITS
Best Quality Best Service
Your patronage solicited
ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE
State College Billiard Parlors
BASEMENT ROBISON BLOCK
An establishment which is
noted (or its fine quality oi
letterpress printing V Every
order receives the personal
attention oi the manager thus
insuring perfect satisfaction
The Niitany Printing and
Publishing Company 3?
Pool Billiards Bowling
Meek's Pool Room
Get in the Habit
of asking us for a bid H H
on your job work We j§| &iin j ■ ■' yt/rk I
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Both Telephones || NEITLETOSCWQUEROR . I
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CHOICE FRUIT M I
South Allen Street, opposite the Fostoffice l|j A simple, artistic shoe of II
—l best materials and workman- I
FINE TAILORING J J ||| ship. The Wellington in black or 1 1
Estftbinhed HA jBS tan is the fall season’s most correct I
REPAIRING jHi style and the surest foundation of| |
9 good dress. 9
J. P. HAGMAN 9 NETTLETON SPECIAL AGENCY 9
Strictly : Firstclass : Tailoring II G. 2M. FISHER II
High Grade Gents Furnishings H H
127 S. Allen Street —memm
THe Toggery Shop
Men’s Furnishings v A. G.
» Spalding & Bro’s Athletic
Goods v Hie Heidcap and
Tailormade Clothing V s
A full assortment of (allege
Pennants v v v re
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
are the ILargest
Manufacturers i n
the World of
world as a
1C vnil are interested
IT IUU in Athletic
should have a copy of the
Spalding Catalogue. It’s a
complete enclyciopedia of
of WHAT’S NEW IN
SPORT and is sent free on
3V. &. ST?3\.£UitL& TL'ft.aS
.„ „ NEW YORK
1-6-123 Nassau Street 29-33 West 42d Street
Capital SIIXI.UOU Surplus $125,000
Charles McCurdy Ja. K. Barnhart
C. W. SMITH
South Allen Street
RAY D. GILLILAND, P. 0.
Druggist ■ ,
Drugs Sundries Stationery
Prescriptions a Specialty—^
Whitman and Huyler Chocolates
Nittany Inn Block
C. A. Blanchard <
Penn Avenue and Tenth Street S
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