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Y. M. C. A. NOTES
ifi four weeks' course in Mission
study is now being offered by the
Y. M. C. A. The following prob
lems will be discussed: The pro
gress being made in the missionary
enterprise today; work remaining to
be done; America's share of the ‘e
sponsibility; and how men can .re
late themselves to the work in a
practical way.. Anyone desiring to
joip the classis invited to call at the
Y. M. C. A. room for particulars.
The following men were elected
into offia the Y. M. C. A.
President, C. A. Keyser 'l4; First
Vice President, J. D. McVean 'l4;
Se4ond Vice President, Rein
harldt 'l4; Secretary, W. S. Parkin
son 'l5; Treasurer, H. V. Cranston
'l5:, Assistant Treasurers, H. T.
HO 'l5, W. R. Skillman :16, J. T.
Several opportunities for summer
work have come into the Y. M. C.
N office and any one interested in
Ic . 76king them over can see ' them
\ l'he Eagles Mere conference
d i kes are June 13 to 22nd. Plan
44rto go. Mr. Robinson and the
artette will have charge of the
singing at the conference this year
o:t.john Walker Powell, voted the
most popular preacher at tg-Uni
versity: of Minnesota and now in
oltlarge of the Religious work there
w,ill be here at the college over
le Sunday, March 16th.
NWIr. W. J. Schieffelin Jr., a junior
at, Yale spent last Saturday and
Sppday at the college. Mr. Schief
felin spoke at several meetings and
displayed to Penn State men a
.90/endid type of Yale Athlete and
religiously interested man.
1 AGRICULTURE NOTES
She Department of Animal Hus
baparg has recently 'received an en-
Peerless : Steam : Laundry
MODERN AND SANITAY
3 A. M. Barron J. R. Hughes G. F. Vosburg
Agents H. G. Hall P. J. Glessner P. M. Freer H. H. Wetzel
laiged photograph of the Grand
Champion Carcass at the Inter
national Livestock Show in Chicago
in 1910, which was won by Mr. C.
LI Taggart of Washington, Pa.
This photo was presented by Mr.
During the past fall and winter,
Doctor J. P. Stewart has made a
number of talks on apple culture
before some of the leading Fruit
Growing Associations of the East.
These talks were at Toronto, Can
ada; Vermont; Virginia;Nova Scotia
and before many County Fruit
Growing Associations in Pennsyl
vania, also at the state meeting of
the Penniylvania State Horticultural
Association at Harrisburg.
P gNNISTATE3 ICOLLEGIAN
An eitablishment which is
noted for its fine quality of
letterpress printing ': Every
order receives the personal
attention of the manager thus
insuring perfect satisfaaion
The Nittany Printing and
Publishing Company , F
araIINBAN au this Comae
Always the newest
latest and best
The Leading Smoke Shop
and up to date
I. C. HOLMES
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. FRUITS
Best Quality Best Service
Your patronage solictted
ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE
Pool Billiards Bowling
Meek's Pool Room
Rata per day V, 50 With bath $3 per day
—W. L. DAGGETT—
for thirty-five years—have been the ones to
think out—and put on the market—things
really new in Sport.
Are you posted on just what's new this
Send for our Catalogue. Hundreds of
illustrations of what to use and wear—for
competition—for recreation—for health—in
door and outdoor.
The Toggery Shop ;
Men's Furnishings N. A. G.
Spalding & Bro's Athletic
Goods c The Heidcap and
Tailormade Clothing c .6 .
A full assortment of Qllege
Pennants c ve N . v
C. W. SMITH
South Men Street
White Grotto Cafe
Holmes Block Near Pastime
Open 6 a. m. to 12 midnight
SHELL OSTER, FISH, CLAMS, DEVILED CRABS
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR REBATE CARDS
We aim to render best and quickest service
Get our menu
Jas K. Barnhart
J. P. HAGMAN
Strictly : Firetclass : Tailoring
High Grade Gents Furnishings
127 S. Allen Street
Stands for What
is Best in Men's
The Man who
has worn a Nettle
ton Shoe knows
this, and will wear
no other make.
The habit of
Shoes begins with the first pair—
Come in and get yours 1
• The prices are exceedingly low,
considering the quality:
We are the exclusive agents.
C. N. FISHER
J. L. Mauthe, Student Agent
RAY D, GILLILAND, P, D,
Drugs Sundries Stationery
Prescriptions a Specialty
Whitman and Huyler Chocolates
Nlttany Inn Block
Zak Tktk - ktokek
C. A. Blanchard
Penn Avenue and Tenth Street