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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
VICTORY AT HOME Fast Carnegie Tech Team Plays Well Until Last Inning—Whitney Allows Visitors But Six Hits—Lb . erlein Has Three Hits. Under unfavorable weather conditions , our baseball team opened its season at heme by defeating the Carnegie Technical College nine by the score 4-3. The pitching of Whitney and the hitting of Eberlein featured in the work of the home team. Wehr and Carts started for the visitors. Game was called at 2.10. The vistors were the firs t to score, a hit and an error netting them three runs. State scored a run in both the 4th. and 5th. innings. Neither side scored after this until the last half of theninth ,when,a base on balls an errOr and a hit , gave us two runs and the game. The _£core: PENN STATE If. H. P.O. A. If. _Craig_, cf 1 0 1 0 0 Crawford , rf 2 2 2 1 0 Bien , ss 0 0 0 2 0 Eberlein ,1 1 3 10 0 0 _Carson , 8 0 1 2 1 0 Blythe , 2 0 0 _1 2 0 _MeKibben , If 0 1 0 0 0 Henderson , c 0 1 _11 1 1 _Whitney _, p 0 0 0 5 0 4 8 27 12 TRUE R. H. P_.O. A. E. ...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
6:30 p. in. Old Chapel. Y. M. C A. Prayer Meeting. _WEONI _tSDAY , APRIL 24 2:20 p. in. Varsity Baseball at Princeton , N. Y. Penn State vs. Princeton. The two lectures which were to be given by Colonel Maus and Dr. D. R. Breed just previous to Laster vacation were postponed._-
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
_tlfè best i _Thsi TP _ii State. The primary aim of the Penn State Collegian is to be a newspaper and not a literary publication. It is published in the interests of the faculty, the alumni and the student body. While it will not be the object of the new editors to find fault indiscriminately, we believe the best way in righting a wrong is to state the truth in regards to it. Finally, we need your co-operation in the work. The new board is not ignorant of the fact that it does not know everything about publishing a paper , and at all times suggestions from persons who have the best interests of the college at heart will be welcomed. Nor can we always discover the happenings and events in our little community. If you know an interesting bit of news, send it in. By the proper spirit of co operation we hope to be able to accomplish the best results during the next year. Will You Help ? In order to awaken to our faults in the minds of our readers , the editorial staff , during the next ...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
Penn State 11egian PublIshed on Thursday of earls week during the col lege year by the students of ion Pennsylvania State College in the intereSt of the Students. Far sit _S. Alumni and Friends of the college. Entered at the _Posto _ilio e . State College , Pa., as second _cm ., matter Editor in _ChIef B. M. EVAN S, ‘13 Associats Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 M. k. KRIMMEL , ‘13 J. D. HOGARTH , 14 F. C. DOSE , 14 BusIness Manager _B. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKLIN, ‘12 THEO . _LENCXINER , ‘12 M. M. GRUEBS , ‘13 B. R. HENDERSON , ‘13 _SUHSCRI I’TION. • _50 per year or $1.35 if paid within 35 days site, Oats of subscription. THURSDAY_. APR. 18, 1912 EDITORIAL. This issue beipg the first one under the management of the new sta ff , we must confess that it is with a realization of the duties and responsibililies that we assume control of the college weekly. Under excellent management, the Penn State Collegian has made progress in the past and it will be the earnest endeavor of the...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
CAN HELP YOU if you want employment and _‘ can afford to prepare for a paying position If you are leaving College or High School with no other preparation for work than is given in purely academic advantages If you have to make your living and _1_y_15_Ji__1_(_5 be aisle to earn good pay with mercha nts and business men , bankers an d financiers , railways and other great corporations Eastman Can Help You A cou rse in this wid ley kno wn commercial school will give you a thorough training for business and qualify you to earn A HIGHER SALARY than will ever be paid you until you are able to render more efficient service A national reputation based on more than half a century of successful experience attr acts students from every State in the Union and many foreign couiitries. All commercial branches practically taught. Delightful recreative environment. No vacations. It will pay you to attend our Summer Session. Wr ite for our proupectus—n o ~ v while you are thinking about it. It will...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
C,.~~ _~ ( _~~ eTS ’ _~~ o _OTtO _~ n _V&T ~_OT ~ t_1 _tan". _Cot ’_se _~ e _~ l_._oe_. i-lair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed Season tickets for the 1912 baseball season are on sale by the Assistant Managers: R. F. Bigham, Delta Upsilion; G. E. Vosburg, Ph, Sigma Kappa; and T. V. Keefei Alpha Zeta. The price is $2._SO. S. E. KIMFORT Headquarters for Choice Meats of All Kinds Frazier Street Both phones H. A. EVEY ~~ L_1_i ~ ze ry CAB WORK A SPECIALTY Both ‘Phones A. DE A L SANITARY PLUMBING , STEAM , HOT WATER , VAPOR AND VACUUM HEATING State College Pennsylvania
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
Slave you tried ‘‘Buffalo " Smoking Tobacco ? For Pipe or Cigarette GEORGE B. JACKSON ALLEN 8T.. 8TATE COLLEOE. r_’ CHAS. A. WOMEA Tonsorial Artist _‘s_’osr patronage suileted Fsrstchsss work guar unte UNDER HOTEL ~~ taz-it ~~ C ~~~ r _itr al R _aiI r a ~~ d F. H. THOMAS, General Manager _aE _LLEFON _TE. PA. No. _S m. 7.17 4 40 1 _05 pm 10.51 o _15 5 50 _5..t7 5 _47 5.40 5.31 O 30 _5 _25 5 07 t_5 00 p.m s.ao t3 _._20 _si ns.
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
Do Fertilizers Pay? The Government and _Education_._iI "_Autliori. ties" specst coniidcrable public money in print ing _conir.idictory siateinents on thia point. Great fortune s have been made in mansifacturing fertilizers. They evidently pay _th e makers. Farmers continue to Hcrease their fertilizer purchases , indic.sting that they are profilable to the farmer. But arc th e kinds u’h ich the manufacturers pre fer so sell the most prof table _Ia the farmer Do they give the grc_,itest proft consistent with maintaining _th e prod scti veiiess of the soil ? Or do they mercly supply iiie element most necded at the mointnt and reduce the available supp ly of the Oilier elements The 3_! ~~ _MlNlNG POttsH H _GERI f _phto ~ _phor acid as . The avensge _fertili_4er conlains 4 times as much l’himl _~ lioriC acid as Potash. _Tb average cr011 takes _(ruin _th e soil 3 times as much Poiasli as ph osph oric acid You cm guess the _siiswer. tine more Pot ~ _sli for Potash Pays Send for free l_,aml...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
m i-ie_1 I i ~~ l-i~~~ t _1_r_1_cI _1 I ~ c_1 _1_._lrx clr- _?_- Th~~ Stt._*d ~~ r ~ t’ ~~ Law-idry ~ jW e make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. _!IJOu r laundry is modern in all departments. _~ 1We cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. 4jYo u will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. E. Shore ‘13 ) ( E. T. Asplundll ‘12 J. L. MeCreary ‘12 tSTUDENT AGEZ_4TS STUDENT AGENTS B. M. Herman ‘12 L. A. Davis ‘12 IT. W. Hurris ‘13
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
Penn State Men of Buffalo Organize The Pennsylvania State College graduates now located in Buffalo , N. Y. and vicinity held a smoker at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Shed , on Saturday evening March 30th. The meeting was called to order by temporary chairman 3. L. Shed, _‘06. It was decided to organize an alumni association to be known as The Pennsy lvania State College Alumni Association of Western New York. The following officers were elected: Pres., Dr. H. H. Glosser ‘96; Vice Pres., S. P. Armsby ‘10; Secretary, R. R. Dry ‘08. It was decided to hold meetings the first Saturday evening of every month with the exception of July and August. The next meeting will be held Saturday evening, May 4th at the office of Dr. Glosser,404 Franklin St. A vote of thanks was extended to the host and hostess for the very pleasant and enjoyable evening’s entertainment. The following men were in attendance at the first meeting: E. P. Horder ‘95, H. H. Glosser ‘96, L. E. Perry ‘06, 3. L. Shed ‘...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
Sophomore-Freshman Track Meet. A dual track meet between the sophomores and the freshmen has been arranged for April 20. It will be held on New Beaver Field at 2 p. m. and , as it partakes of the nature of a class scrap, promises to be hard fought throughout. An admission fee of fifteen cents will be charged. Forty-three candidates for the freshman team have reported and are being trained by Ed. Lewis. Manager Hancock has arranged the following schedule : April 10, Harrisburg H. S., at Harrisburg; April 20, 1914, New Beaver Field; May 4, Lock Haven S. N. S., at Lock Haven (pending.) This schedule will be completed in ample time to allow the men developed to be used by the varsity. The sophomores decided that a class team was unnecessary and that the men who are try ing for the varsity squad should meet the freshmen. Thus far about twenty-five sophomores have reported for work. Each class has several men whose work promises to secure varsity berths for them. The "Cathedrals of German...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
The : Pennsylvania : State : College EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D. , L.L. D., PRESIDENT Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania cI FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineering , Liberal Arts, Mining , and Natural Science, offering thirty-five courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics , Industrial Art and Physical Education—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February ; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue , bulletins , announcements , etc., address THE REGISTRAR , State College, Pennsylvania