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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 April 1912
The Q a1ity Shop As e _ubH_,_l_,mrai which iiolcd tor _ii_, _6ne qual ify nl _leltcr prr _~ , pr inling _- _. Every order receive, the _persona_1 _au eniios of the manager _ibm insuring perf ect _saiirfo_6_lins Tile Niflany Printing and _Publish ing Company ~ State _Collsge ~_~
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
THE GOLDEN WEST Nox McCain To Lecture Here on Interesting SuLject and For a Worth y Cause. We have always believed , here at Penn State, in doing everything to keep our college campus and buildings appealing at their very best; and an opportunity is now offered to continue this custom. The so called "bulletin boards " in the college buildings , especially in Old Main and the Engineering Building, have come to be very disagreeable objects . It is necessary to have convenient bulletin board s where notices may be posted , an d plans have been made to erect modern boards so arranged that all signs may be posted uniformly by the college. A design made by H. S. Rogers ‘12, has been approved by the fac ulty, and to secure the necessary funds , a committee has secured , as a lecturer, the services of Col. George Nox McCain. Nox McCain two years ago gave a series of five lectures here, and needs no introduction to those fortunate enough to have _heaid him. He is a splendid speaker, and a ma...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
PHARSONIANS SHOW The College Minstrels _l ~ ave Theix Annual Performance i the Auditorium Last Saturday Night. When the curtain _wel t up in the Auditorium at 8:15 Sati rday evening, it was the cue for th beginning of two solid hours of first class amusement. The Phars inians were on their marks, and rex dy to surpass all their previous rè ~ ords. Although -at the beginning of the performance things seemed to lag a little , the Minstrels soon struck their stride and from th _~ n on there was not a dull moment. The performers entcred into the spirit of the occasion and presmted such amusing actions that they drew one round of applause after another from an appreciative audience. The music was especially pleasing throughout the whole show. Everyone of the special _aumb ~ rs made a decided hit. They were original and excellentl y produced. Gray, Kaiser, Webner , Buck , Entwisle, and Meyers as soloists all deserve much credit. Gray’s rendition of _"Naomi" , the words of which were writt...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
SUSQUEHANNA DOWNED Selinsgrove Collegians Easy f or Our Pitchers and Batsmen—Craig and McKibben Hit Often. With the baseball diamond of New Beaver Field in the best condition and a clear sky overhead , Susquehanna University went down to defea t before Captain Eberlein _’s nine by the score of 20 to 0. Wardwell , the former Andover Academy pitcher , in his first appearance before a home crowd struck out the opposing batters at w ill and did not allow a single hit the five innings he was in the box. Whitney pitched the remaining innings striking out five men and allowing one hit. The home team started to score in the first inning, making five runs. The heaviest scoring was in the sixth inning, when eight men crossed the plate. It was in this batting lest that Jack Eberlein drove out a three base hit scoring three men. Carson ’s home run and the fielding of Crawford featured in the game. Bayer was the only Susquehanna man to get a hit. He batted out a ~ ingle in the sixth inning but w...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
ahead by a few scores , as it is when we are behind. A very large percentage of our baseball _gaines have been won or lost in the last few innings. New Assistant At the meeting Editor. of the Penn State Collegian Board , April 17, M. A. Krimmel, ‘13, was elected Assistant Editor. Letters to the Last week it Editorial _Staff_. was stated in the columns of this paper that the Editorial Staff of the college weekly was always ready for criticisms and suggestions. It was stated that a letter from every man in college, who saw a serious mistake on our part, was particularly desired within the next two weeks. Thus far we have received a few letters with some excellent ideas in them and we desire to thank the writers for their trouble in answering the plea. Third Summer Session for Teachers, The bulletin for the third summer session for teachers of The Pennsylvania State College has been issued recently. The session will begin June 24 and end August 2. The faculty has been considerably enla...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
Penn State l1e ian Publis hed on Thursday of each vents during the coiieie year by the students of Tee Penns ylvan ia State College In the interest of the Student. . Fan _alty, Alumni and Friends of the college. Ente red at the Po,_tofflce, State _Coiieie , Pa .. a. t eciod class matter SUBSCRIPTION. 50 per year or $1.25 if pa,d within 30 days after _8at _e of subs _orlat son . THURSDAY, APR. 25, 1912 The New - Every year at Bulletin Board. Penn State there are numerous examp les of men sacrificing their spare moments in order to make conditions better for their classmates or for those who are to follow. The proposed new bulletin board is a good idea. The detailed arrangements have all been made by a member of the class of 1912. In place of having our halls littered with scraps of paper that are unsightly and of little value to either the person placing the notice or to the possible readers, the new plan provides for a systematic and condensed form of information. By the use of the ...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
_C.. ~~~~ . ~ L ~~ xs_’_‘ ~ o’v _~ so_~~ aX Va’r ~ o ~ _V_._?. tast eo’_._\_es_1_e _X_’ _s _~ _oc_. Hair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed of the examinations for Permanent State Certificates will be held at Williamsport the first Thursday and Friday of August. Students in attendance at the Summer Session may avail themselves of this opportunity to take such examination. In addition to the instruction given by regular teachers in the Summer Session a number of special lectures _and_. _,entertainments will be offered. Among those who will speak on educational topics are : Dr. N. C. Schaeffer, State Superintendent of Public Instruction; Dr. George M. Philips, West Chester, Pa., member of the State Board of Education;_, Mr. Charles A. Lose, Superintendent of Schools, Wil. liamsport, Pa. Other lectures to be delivered are: "The Silver Crown," Dr. Russell H. Conwell; "From Peking to the Great Wall," Dr. Frederick Poole; and "Abnormal Children ." Dr. Edwin B. Twitmyer, of the Ps...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
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