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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
_j. P. 1-IAGMAN James M. William s General Tinning, Roofing Sp3uting and Furnace Work S hop: South Frazier street Sheffler’s Restaurant Strictly : Flrstclass : Tailoring High Grade Gents FurnIshings 127 S. Allen Street H . C. _PEARCE _005100 AND DRY CLEANING Goods sent on Thursdays of each week ‘_T_(tTs. ~~~~~~~~~ 119 South Burrowes Street D WEAVER ~ } F. . Dry Goods, Notions , Shoes, Groce-UP _.T_05DATE LIVERY ries and Queensware Opposite Hotel _______________________________________ Pies Sandwiches Soups _I Opposite the Pastime Both Phones Hotel Block W. College Ave
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
The _First National Ba n k BELLEFON TE Capital _$1_S_),tOe Surplus $125,_000 ChurlenMcCurdy Ins K Barnhart President Cashier I. C. HOLMES STAPLE and FAN _CV GROCERIES. FRUITS Sest Quality Best Service Your putrenuge _sollcttecl ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE _]3ELL EFONTE PENNA Rate per day ~~ 50 With bath $3 per d2 —W. L. DAGGETT— Dry Goods GrocerIes Sporting Goods East College avenue Phones
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
Easter Sale. Saint Margaret’s Guild will hold a sale, March 28, 29, and 30, at the home of Mrs. G. G. Pond , Nor th Campus. Choice candies, home-made cakes. Irish linens, aprons , Porto Rican embroideries, "Ring Rinkel" and Easter Novelties. Ice-cream, tea and chocolate will be served.
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
I-I _I 1 f _I (!(~~ _I _I I _I I ~~_II/ ~~~~ I \ ll ° ? I JI ~ _~ ~ ~~ _Copyrit _l t J-L,rt Scltaffsrr & _Mass Friday, March 29 at The’ Nittany Inn Sim Custom Made and ready to wear clothes for Spring and Summer 1912. Suits, Raincoats Evening Clothes SIM THE CLOTHIER CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN _BELLEFONTE ~
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
~~~~~ A11i ~~ t ~~ r- F]I ~~ t11 ~~ t ~~ t _e College lDlrilrig R _oori ~ Under New Ma ~ _agemeot _Students s regular board a week $3.00 Students ’ single meals 35c Transient _5_Cc f ~ ?vat _vn ~ _tce _~ s _ai _~~ I _Gfo_._z_, _~ e ~~ _e_. All naw equipment A. L. BASCOMB & BROTHERS, Proprietors
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 March 1912
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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
THE THESPIANS RETURN Penn State Organization Returns After a Successful Trip— "The Commandant" Created Favorable Comment From Audiences at Lancaster , Sunbury, Clearfield , Du Bois and Bellefonte. The Thespians have returned from their annual Easter trip, during which they presented this yea r’s play, "The Commandant ," in Lancaster, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Clearfield , Du Bois , and BelIef onte. The first show was at Lancaster on Monday, April 8, and the trip ended in Bellefonte on Saturday. In most of the towns the actors played to good sized audiences , while the latter were always very appreciative and were loud in praise of the show. Among the spectators in Harrisburg were Mrs. Tener, and also Mr. James Gibbs ‘05, who wrote "The Commandant." The trip was very enjoyable socially. Receptions and dances were given to the fifty Penn State men in the company and orchestra in Lancaster, Sunbury, _Clearfield, and Du Bois. In BelIef onte all were pleasantl y entertained at the Brockerhoff...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
THE SOUTHERN TRIP Team Has Successful Trip , Winning Four Out of Six Games—Blythe Stars at Bat , ‘While Wardwell Shows Up Well in the Box. Despite the fact that Coach Manning and Captain Eberlein had but five of last year’s varsity as a nucleus around which to build this year’s team and the additional drawback of not being able to get any out of door practice before leaving for the Easter week trip, our team made a ’ good showing by winfling four of the six regularl y scheduled games. They also defeated the Columbia , S. C. team of the South Atlantic League in a practice game. The offensive strength exhibited on the trip was the noteworthy feature , for our victories were mainly due to hard consistent hitting. Blythe led with the stick with fourteen hits in six games. He was closely followed by Captain Eberlein and Crawford. Among the new men , Crawford in right f ~ cld and Wardwell in the box look to be the "finds’ of the season. The team arrived at Columbia , S. C., on Tuesday, Ap...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
A LETTER FROM PRESIDENT SPARKS Assouan, Egypt, 18th. March , 1912 A few notes from the experiences of the first month of travel may be interesting to Penn State readers. The voyage of nineteen days on the steamship "Adriatic" was marked by rainy and cold weather; but the three hundred and ninety-five passengers made the best of it. The first stop at the Azore Islands was impossible because of the rough sea. There is no harbor for so large a vessel and we cruised slowly along the town of Punta Delgada while Lhe wireless operator sent in the messages to the cable station. The sea calmed somewhat before reaching the Madeira Islands two days later and we were able to anchor and send the passengers ashore in tugs. rhe two days in those isolated and primitive islands were too short after the ten wearisome days at sea. The inhabitants are mostly Portuguese. They use instead of wagons a kind of sled drawn by oxen over the pebble-paved streets. These pebbles are flat and are set on edge. By ...