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On Tuesday evening, April 8, the
new literary society was formally
organized and the following officers
were elected for the first year:
President, W. H. Hillary 'l3; vice
president, H. R. Rosen 'l3; secre
tary, L. R. Warner 'l4; treasurer, H.
P. Young 'l3; sergeant at arms, M.
Meetings are held at half past
seven o'clock every Tuesday even
ing in Room Kof the Library, and
anyone interested may attend the
program part of the meeting which
part precedes the business meeting
of the society.
All students, who have ability in
literary work and debating should
make an effort to become members
of "The Forum". The qualifica
tions required for membership are
that all applicants should have
been on the scholarship list pub
lished by the Registrar, and should
have marked literary ability; and
that all applicants, whose names
have not been on the scholarship
list, should have shown marked lit
erary ability either in preparatory
school or in college.
An invitation is here extended to
all students with literary ability to
hand their name, class, course, and
information concerning their col
legiate standing and what they have
done in literary work, to a member
of the society that may be consider
ed for membership.
Twenty American colleges will
furnish 400 students to do routine
work on United States Navy ships
during their summer vacation and
at the same time the men will re
ceive special instructions including
a series of lectures on various tech
nical topics. These men must have
completed two or three years'
courses in their respective colleges.
The object of this project is to
benefit the men by . eepening t.eir
interest in the navy and giving a
practical extension of their technical
training, thereby stirring up a new
recognition of naval needs and re
quirements over the United States
as a whole. .
On Sunday evening, April 27th,
Dr. Charles E. Barker will address
the 6;30 meeting and present the
topic "Physical Fitness". Dr.
Barker wrs Physical Adviser to ex-
President Taft during his presiden
tial term of four years and is a man
ofcountry-wide reputation. An
interesting article may be found in
the April issue of "Association
Men" dealing with Dr. Barker's
four years' association with Mr.
WANTED—Seven men from the
senior class to accept positions as
inttructors in the Syrian College,
Beriout, Syria. Ekcellent oppor
tunity. For particulars see Dr.
Bliss at Y. M. C. A. office next
As a Lighthouse
is a guide for the mariner, so is the
Spalding Trade-Mark a beacon for the
buyer of athletic goods. It directs him
to the harbor of Quality and insures a
profitable trip. Send for 1913 Cata
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High Grade Gents Furnishings
127 S. Allen Street
ropi riih• PI:. :cur , ,Lr Marx
Ready to wear, as show by the Sim Store, are
sure to impress you if you keep abreast of the
mode and demand quality, style and fit.
These clothes are especially made for us by
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Garson Meyer & Co.
Have a distinction, an individuality, all their own
no matter what the design or pattern.
A broad variety of new models in extreme and
conservative cuts in all the wanted fabrics.
Drop in any day and let us show you them
Especially strong showings at $l5, $lB, $2O,
$22.50, $25, $3O.
Cleaning. We are equipped for dry cleaning
Suits, Flannel Trousers, Dress Vests, Gloves, etc.
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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!
• The prices are exceedingly low,
considering the quality.
We are the exclusive agents.
C. N. FISHER
J. L. Mauthe, Student Agent
PENN STATE COLLEGIAN
THe Toggery Shop
Men's Furnishings 't A. G.
Spalding & Bro's Athletic
Goods N. The Heidcap and
Tailormade Clothing .4. .4.
A full assortment of 011ege
Pennants .4. N . V .4.
C. W. SMITH
South Allen Street
White Grotto Cafe
Holmes Block Near Pastime
Open 6 a. m. to 12 midnight
SHELL OYSTERS, FISH, CLAMS, DEVILED CRABS
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR REBATE CARDS
We aim to render best and quickest service
Get our menu Note specials
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MODERN AND SANITAY QUALITY WORK
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An establishment which h
noted for its fine quality of
letterpress printing •.• Every
order receives the personal
attention of the manager thus
insuring perfect satisfaction
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Meek's Pool Room lattskromgh, "Pe..
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RAY D. GILLILAND, P, D,
Drugs Sundries Stationery
Prescriptions a Specialty '—
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Always the newest
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The Leading Smoke Shop
and up to date
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