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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
SOPHOMORES VICTORIOUS 1915 Springs a Surprise and Nearly Defeats 1914—Final Score 29-28. Was Poorly Attended. When the sophomores , champions in interciass basketball , ap ~ peared on the Armory floor to battle with the freshmen , the poorest in the league, for class honors on Saturday night; there were various opinions entertained by all present, concerning the outcome of the scrap. It was not long, however, before the freshmen showed their realization of the importance of this contest, and as a result, an exciting game ensued. Binder started the scoring with a foul goal. Shortly afterward , Park scored two on a fiel d goal, and then the game was on. It was rather slow and uninteresting in the first half the freshmen missing many goals, and showing imperfect team work, while the sophs were extremely fortunate in caging many balls thrown from difficult angles. These sensational shots were the features of the first half which ended with the score 18 to 10 in favor of 1914. In the sec...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
BASEBALL PROSPECTS Outlook For Present Season Not Bright—Team Leaves For South Next Tuesday. The prospects of Penn State having a winning baseball team this spring are indeed very discouraging. But five "5" men from last year’s squad remain in college, namely, Captain Eberlein , Blythe, Whitney, Craig and Carson. The weather conditions have been too unfavorable for outdoor practice and this fact has naturally materially ha dicapped Coach Manning in choosing the best men for the nine positions. He selected the following 18 men for the training table: Eberlein , Blythe, Bien, Whitney, Henderson, Murphy, Craig, Graham , Miller, Walker, Tobin , Vogt, Leibert, Wordwell , Keppel, McCracken , Kern and Crawford. In the pitcher’s box, Whitney and Murphy of last year’s squad will be on hand , and the new recruits showing up well for the hurling positions are Tobin , Wordwell , Leibert, Keppel and Walker, the last four named men entering Penn State from Andover, North East Manual , Gettysburg ...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
WRESTLING ELECTION Minor Sports Council Votes Letters to Team—J. H. _Shollenberger Elected Captain. At the meeting of the Minor Sports Council Saturday afternoon the "w S t" was awarded to Captain Lesh, Park, Callender, Fulkman , Shollenberger ,Very, Lamb and Manager Knight. B. A. Jarrett, ‘13, was elected wrestling manager for next year. Wrestling affairs were carried out in excellent shape this fall. Manager Knight in addition to two well arranged trips on his schedule took care of three of the largest crowds that ever gathered in the Armory to witness athletic contests. Financially, the season was a success. Captain Lesh’s team has made a a great name for itself and one that by scoring victories over Penn Yale and Lehigh in a clean and hard-contested series of matches has brought wrestling at Penn State before the eyes of eastern critics to such an extent as was never before realized. The coaching of the team this winter was excellent. Messrs. Lewis and Neidig were invaluable tow...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
THURSDAY. MAR. 28, 1912 Change of At a meeting on Officers , Monday night the Penn State Collegian Board held its annual elections. R. M. Evans, ‘13, was chosen Editor in Chief , to take office at once, while M. M. Grubbs , ‘13, was _r_._lected Business Manager, to assume office next fall. In resigning the management of the paper to these new men, we feel that they are fully able to assume the task, and to carry the work to a still higher plane than it has formerly reached. In relinquishing the positions held since last Easter, the editor and assistant editor wish to thank all those who have rendered assistance to them in the work, and to express particularly their appreciation of the unfailing support of the men on the board , on both the editorial and business staffs. While discoura ging obstacles have been met with from time to time , the work of publication of the college weekly has, on the whole, been a source of pleasure and enjoynienc to the 1912 members of the board. We exte...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
ex-’O5, R. C. Heyl ‘06, H. H. Kauf man ‘06, R. P. Graham ‘07, I. P Goodman ‘07, C. W. Goodman ‘07 J. S. Romig, ‘07, I. B. Crilly ‘09, W J.Madden ‘09, C. E. Byorson ex-’O9 .3. F. Mattern ‘10, 3. C. White ‘11 H. H. Armsby ‘_11_. I. B. Crilly was elected temporary chairman and 3. F. Mattern temporary secretary. After the discussion of such an organization , a committee composed of J. A. Bender, 3. M. Craig, R. P. Graham and J. F. Mattern was appointed to draft a Constitution and By-laws to bc piesented at the next meeting which was set for Friday, April 12, the place to be decided on later. After adjournment the meeting turned into an "Experience" meeting and anecdotes went round that helped to bring back many remembrances of Penn State. Mr. Rice Meets Engineers. Tuesday afternoon , March 19, Mr. Calvin Rice, the well known , eminent engineer and secretary of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, spoke to the senior and junior industrial and mechanical engineers on the advantag...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
e. ~~~~ . t’_(( ~~~ TS ’ _‘ ~~~~~~ _OTt_8 ~ _1_?ftT ~ OT — The Pittshurg Alumni will hold _CoV _~ egc ~~~ their annual dinner at the Pittsburg University Club on Friday, April HaIr Cutting a Specialty 12. Moles and Warts Removed CHAS. A. WOM ER Tonsorial Artist Foar patrona ge solicied FirsIclass week goar ant, UNDEP HOTEL
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
Penn State j 1egian _I’_sbilshed on Thursday of eneh neck durlon the college year by the ,tudeoto of soc Fenosyivanla State College ma the _,nlereat of the _Studeois. Foe ally. Alumni and Friend, of the college. Entered at the _Postoffice , State College , Pa• _am second clams matter _SUBOCEIFTION. _I _50 per yearn , _$1.25 _,f paid within 30 day, after dat e af _,_ab,_ceipmion .
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
_mki FIi ~~ l-i ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~J ~~~~~~~ j _- ~ j _~ _-- y- ~~ _tiid ~~ _rit’ ~~ L aui-adry ~ We make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. çOur laundry is modern in all departments. çWe cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. çYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. (H. T. Asplundh ‘12 STUDENT AGENTS B. M . Herman ‘12 IT. W. Harris ‘13 H. E, Shore ‘13 _3. L. McCreary ‘12 _~ - STUDENT AGENTS L. A. Davis ‘12 ~~
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
Editor In Chief W. S. _KRIEBRL , JR., ‘12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 R. M. EVANS, ‘_13 M. _a ~ , KRIMMEL , ‘13 J. D. HOGART H, 14 F. C. DOSE, 14 Businoss _Manager _S. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKLIN , ‘12 THEO. LENCHNER , ‘12 M. M. _GRUEBS , ‘13 B. _11. HENDERSON , ‘13