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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Death of Mr. Smiley Warren P. Smiley, ‘95 , the Alumnus who recently died was employed for a short time alter his graduation as chemist in iron and steel works. Prom ‘96 to ‘98 he was a member of the teaching staff of the department of chemistry here but left to accept a position with the Ohio Steel Co. Later he was employed by The International Correspondence Schools of Scranton and prepared a number of text books for their use. In 1900 he became chemist for the Buffalo Furnace Company and while there contracted consumption which finall y ended his life. During the four years of his illness he spent in Colorado and in Arizona where he engaged in trade with the Indians but he was not able to make any headway against the disease. He returned to Pennsylvania last June and entered the Home ~ or Consumptives at Scranton , Finding no relief he came to the old home of his wife’s relatives at Pine Grove Mills, Pa., in August, 1904, where he remained until his death. He died Sunday morning,...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Directory. Senior Class—President , P. M. Rainey. Junior Class—President, T. F: Foltz. Sophomore Class—President , C. R. Stahl. Freshman Class—President , W. T. Dunn. Alumni Association—President, G. M. Downing ‘88. Athletic Association—President, H. D. Easton. Football—Captain , Edgar G. Yeckley ; Manager, R. W. Bair. Baseball—Captain , E. H. Ray ; Manager , B. B. Stamm. Track—Captain, J. E. Hornbaker; Manager, C. H. Williams. Basketball—Captain , W. R. Dunn; Manager , C. H._Wihiams. Mandolin Club—Leader , R. P. Farrington. Orchestra —Leader , C. P. Stewart. Band—Leader , E. E. Godard. La Vie Board—Editor-in-chief , 0. C. Hays ; Manager , W. Y. Heaton. Thespians—President , G. L. Hoffman. Manager—W. H McDowell. Pharsonians—President F. 3. Saunders. Manager—F. L. Neely. LOCALS. N. G. Barritt, ‘07, has left College. Kir k, ‘07, is out of college on account of sickness. E. L. _Diehl, ‘06, is spending a few days in York . The usual Spring military promotions were made last week. C. W. ...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
A party of the Phi Gamm fellows with their friends visited Penn’s cave last Sunday. C. H. Campbell, ex-’07, of West Chester , was here last week to attend the dances. F. W. Tawney’s mother has returned to McKeesport after a short visit at the College. N. E. Gutelius, ‘07, has been home at Mifflinburg for a few days on account of sickness. Wm. W. Berry, ‘06, has left -college to accept a position on a surveying corps in the Northern part of the state of New York . The game scheduled for April 22nd between the Reserves and the State College Athletics has been postponed until April 29th . Zullinger, ‘04, Ludwig, ‘04, and Higson, e ~ c-’08, assisted in entertaining the members of our musical clubs at Johnstown last week . Many attended the inter-fraterniLy dance given in McAllister Hall last Thursday evening. An orchestra from Williamsport furnished the music while W. H. Housel catered. Decorations consisted mostly of palms from the Botanical Lab. L. B. Smith ‘06, attended the final deb...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Y. M. C. Notes The University of Pennsylvania Christian Association has undertaken to secure $50,000 for the erection of a building for the University Christian Settlement, in one of the factory districts of Philadelphia. Already $30,000 has been secured of which amount Mr. Andrew Carnegie has contributed $7,500. This undertaking is the largest yet attempted by any of the student Associations for work outside the college. - Mr. John R. Mott has just returned to this country from extended visits to Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Of Mr. Moti’s visits in the English Universities "The Student Movement" says Mr. Molt has been much blessed in his work at Cambridge. His meetings have been the most largely attended gatherings ever held in the University. Mr. Mott leaves again in April to attend the Jubilee Convention of the World’s Alliance of the Y. M. C. A.’sat Paris. A feature of the growth of the Association movement among our colleges is the need that is being felt for separate qua...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Alumni Notes "Budd" Sharpe, ‘03, captain of the 1901 Varsit y baseball team, is playing with the Boston American League team . H. G. German, ‘03, has given up his position at Emporium, Pa., and has gone to Indian Head , _Md., where he is employed as Assistant Chemist at the U. S. Navy Proving Grounds. His work is confined to the analysis of high explosives. A. S. O’Neil of the same class is also employed at this plant. John H. Chestnut, ‘03, was back a few days last week as a guest of the ~ X fraternity.
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Track Prospects At present the outlook for a fast track team is very promising. A large number of candidates are working daily, and some of the new men are showing up well. The first contest of the year occurs next week, Saturday, April 29, when our relay team will compete in the athletic carnival to be held at Philadelphia under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania. The colleges against which the team will compete are Bucknell , Dickinson, Lehigh, Lafayette, Carlisle Indians , and University of Virginia. Among those who are showing up the best for the relay team are Arnold , ‘06, Kaiser , ‘06, Henry, ‘07, Stapler, ‘07, Long, ‘07, and Staud , ‘07. At a preliminary trial last Saturday these men all ran the quarter under 56 seconds with a cold day and a poor track. The final trials will be held Saturday afternoon of this week, and it is expected that some fast work will be shown. In all branches of track work there are candidates, and the College will be strongly represented...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Baseball Continued from 1st. page had been up against this season. State, Thursday, April 13th. The score:— STATE RHOAE Cree ss 2 3 3 2 0 Kilimer e 0 011 1 0 Ma _son 3 2 2 1 0 0 Mcllveen p 1 2 0 3 0 Ray ib 1 2 12 0 0 _Moorhea d rf 0 2 0 0 0 Haverst ick _I 0 0 0 1 0 Forkum 2 0 0 0 4 _1 Yoderm 0 0 0 0 0 Totals . 6 _11 27 11 1 _VILLA NOVA R H 0 A E Crane m 0 0 1 0 0 McGeeha n 1 0 0 7 0 0 Catersor _s r 0 0 1 1 0 Murray 2 11340 Moore l 1 1 2 0 0 Mu _lgrew c 0 1 4 1 0 Nichols ss 0 1 4 4 1 Driscol i 3 0 0 2 1 0 Dwyer p 0 0 0 3 0 Totals . 2 4 24 14 1 Pen n State 202 _11000 x— 6 _Villa nova .... 000010100— 2 Two base hits , Cree , Nichols. Three base hit. Murray. Home run , Cree. Stolen bases . Cree , Mu _lgrew. Struck out , Mcllveen 11, Dwyer 3. Bases on balls , Dr iscoll , Ray. Yoder , Hit by pitch _~ d ball . Ray. Sacrifice hit , _Kilinier. Umpire, Dr. Rob _ioon. State, Friday, April 14. The score:— STATE RH _OAE Cree ss 2 2 4 0 2 _Killmer c 0 3 9 1 0 Ma son 3b 1 0 2 2 1 M cliveen if 1 1 ...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Recent Additions to the Library Annual Literary Index , 1904. Ayer—American Newspaper Annual , 1904. Britton—An Illustrated Flora of the Northern U. S., Canada & British possessions. 3v. Bruncken—North American Forests & Forestry, Fernow—Economics of Forestry, 2d ed. Gifford—Practical Forestry for Beginners. Going—With the Trees. Hitchcock—War from the Inside. Keeler—Our Northern Shrubs. Middleton—Some Notes on the Bibliography of the Philippines. Roth—First Book of Forestry. Sargent— Corn Plants. Schimpfer—Plant-geograph y. Town—Locks & Builders ’ Hardware. U. S. Supreme Court—The Insular Cases. Waters—Ferns. Williams—The State of Missouri. MINING DEPARTMENT. Nicolls—The Story of American Coals. 2d ed. MINING ENGINEERING DEP’T. T. H. Cockin—An Elementary Class-book of Practical Coalmining. D. C. Davies—Treatise on Slate-Quarrying. 4th ed. Thomas Fenwick & Thomas Baker— Subterraneous Surveying, With and Without the Magnetic Needle. E. W. Kerr—Power &a...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Thursday, APRIL 20, 1905 EDITORIAL There are probabl y two sides to the question but it seems to be the prevailing sentiment of the student body in general that the newly formed Glee and Mandolin Clubs are not getting all the encouragement that they deserve. We refer to the fact that the members of the clubs were compelled to take cuts , some of them excesses, in order to keep their engagement at Johnstown last week. Almost every college in the country has its musical organizations. In this respect we have been decidedly in the background. We know of _m o better method for advertising the College. The Johi ~ stown papers last week contained several articles complimenting the work of our clubs. What better advertisementcan the college wish for ? Look at it from another point. It is the aim of the Faculty to give the ~ tudent , besides his necessary tech- nical education , a general collegiate training, that which can be obtained only at a good college. The training that the members o...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Penns ylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office, State College , Pa. as second class matter. EDITORS , T. F. FOLTZ, ‘06, Chief , W. J. DUMM , ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 H. D. MASON , ‘07 R. B. Meckley, ‘08 S. S. Riddle, ‘08 CIRCULATION MANAGER W. A. Slater , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. H. P. DAWSON , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER , W. N. LE PAGE, ‘08.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Mechanical Engineers Enter tam ed. Prof. and Mrs. Reber entertained the Mechanical Engineering Society at their home on Wednesday evening of last week. The evening was spent chiefly at playing cards , and telling stories and all said they had a very enjoyable time. All the instructors present and several of the students responded to toasts .
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
Musical Clubs at Johnstown On Wednesday, April 12, the Glee and Mandolin Clubs went to Johnstown to give a recital in the Johnstown High School Auditorium for the benefit of High School Athletics. During their stay in the city the fellows were entertained at the homes of the students and were treated royally. The concert in the evening was a decided success, a slight variation being made in the program when Miss Atherton and her brother , C. M. Atherton , ‘92, played a piano duet. The recital closed with our ‘ Alma Mater " song and the College yell. After the recital a reception and dance was given in honor of the clubs and a general good time was enjoyed by all until an early morning hour. All the fellows speak in high praise of the treatment received and hope to visit Johnstown again. The Episcopal students will attend church in a body at Bellefonte on Easter Sunday.
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
_URINI_3 ONA NEW 3UIIP Let us help you. Smart St yles Good Workmanship-Low Prices. A rare coiubination. . Fo_; ~ samples see S. K. VA R N ES 33 Aj _itiex No. 2 Pred Kauff mann ’s _LocalRepresentative FRED KAUFFMANN TheAmerican Tailor Chicago, U.S.A. s ummer School in Mechanic Arts STATE COLLEGE OP _EEN _TUCEY Elective courses are provided in all subiects taught in mcchcaical and electrical engineering schools. Spccia! at tention is given to shop courses , mechanical drawing and design , mathematic s, mechanics of engineering, theoretic al electrical subje cts , laboratory courses in stein aad electr ical _engloecr ing. Ten weeks , beginning _Junt 8th. F. PAUL ANDER SO N . Dean. For detailed informa _. tion relative io any special line of work , address JO H N T_, FA IG , Registrar , Lexington , KY
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 April 1905
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