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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
Base Ball. Coulinued fro _m isi. _p age way in the field. STATE R HO &E Cree ss 3 4 0 0 _0 _Ksllmer c 4 1 8 1 0 Mason 3 22 16 Mcllveenp 3 3 1 1 0 Ray l 0 1 _1) 1 0 Moorhead r 1 0 1 0 1-laverst ick 1 1 2 2 0 Fork _tsm 2 1 1 3 0 Ross m 2 _I 0 0 Yoder c 0 0 2 0 0 Totals 17 15 27 9 DICKINSON R H 0 A E Wolfe c 0 0 2 2 _Davis _l 0 110 1 Simpson m 0 0 0 4 James i 0 0 1 0 1 Long m 0 0 6 0 Crutch leyss 0 0 0 4 Danielar 0 0 3 0 Ling le _l 0 0 2 3 McKeown p 0 0 0 0 Ha _Il * 0 0 0 0 Totals 0 1 24 14 _5 Penn State _3522 0 13 1x— _17 Dickinson 000000000— 0 ~ Ha _ll batted fc ~ r McKeown in the _ninth. Two base hits—Fork um , Mason. Three base hits—M _eilveen . Mason . k-iaverst _ick , Cre c. Home run —K sl _lmer. Stolen bases—Cre c 2, _Mcllveen , M ason , _Mser head , Ross. Sacrifice hit-—Ross. Struck out by Mcllveen 10. by Mc Keo_, ~n1. Bases on balls - off Mcllheen 2. off McKe own 4. Earned runs- State 10. Time of _gam e—i 45. Umpire—Dr. Robison. Notes on the game. Great work The first ...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
The entire record of State—Dick inson baseball is here given , showing 14 victories and 8 defeats. State victory indicated thus ~~~. 1890 at State—State 6 Dick_’n 3* 1893 at Sate—State 13 Dick’n 9* 1894at Carlisle—State _l3Dick’n 14 1894 at State—State 8 Dick’ _~ i 1* 1895 at Carlisle—State 2 Dick’n 3 1895 at State—State 7 Dick’n 4* 1896 at State—State 8 Dick’n 6* 1897 at State—State 9 Dick’n 5* 1897 at Carlisle—State 1 Dick’n 3 1898 at State—State 5 Dick’n 23 1899 at Carlisle—State 4 Dick’n 8 1899 at State-State 5 Dick’n 2* 1900 at Strte—State 2 Dick’n 1* 1901 at Carlisle—State 2 Dick’n 13 1901 at State—State 12 Dick’n 6* 1902 at Carlisle—State 10 Dickn 5* 1903 at Carlisle—State 1 Dick’n 2 1903 at State—State 7 Dick’n 1 ~ 1904 at State—State 8 Dick’n 7 ~ 1904 at Carlisle—State 1 Dick’n 6 1905 State 10 to 2* and 17 to 0 State College, Pa., April 26, ‘05. Dear Editor:— You may think it presumtion on my part to wrhe a letter to the editor of a large paper like the STATE COLLEGIAN. But...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
AGENTS ANYBODY CAN DO IT AGENTS We want good live representatives to take orders for " Peuro or Pearl" Medallions. Entirel y new. Sell at sight. Big money. Exclusive territory given. Agents’ supplies. No velties up-todate. Write at once. Universal Manufacturin g Co., Pittsburg, Pa. "KNACK" or "KNOW-HOW" in Clothes Making, call it what you will , _"SIM" models embody it. They press their claim upon your attention by the disti nctiveness of the patterns , he excellency of the workmanship and their conformity to the latest whisper of the mode. Prices are their winning features, because they’re just moderateenough. Farmers vs. Engineers. The much anticipated baseball game between the instructors of the Mechanical and the Agricultural departments was played on Beaver Field last Saturday afternoon before a large and thoroughly appreciative crowd. Until the sixth inning the farmers held the lead ; by that time, however , the mechanicals had succeeded in deriving the equation of Mr. Clarke’...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
AGENTS WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL DE KocK. The Out look says " he is one of the most amusing writers of the century ;" and Buiwer wrote of him , " more racy and powerful than any other writer I am aware of." Pamphlet sent on request. GEORGE BARRIE & SoNs, _13 13 _‘W_’ alnut Street , Philadel phia.
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
WESTON STANDARD PORTABLE DIRECT READING _:: Vo lt meters, Ammeters , Ohmmeters and Portable Galvanomete rs For Laboratory, Testing and Switch-board use Ou r Portable Instrumen ts are recognized as _STL ~ RDA RD The semi-portable Labora - tory Sranda rds are still better . Ou r Station Voltmeters and Ammeters are unsurpassed in point of extr eme accuracy and _~~~ ‘ loweatconsumption of eneergy Weston Electrical Instrument Co Main Office and Works Wav erley Park , NEWARK , N.J New York OffIce , 74 Cort lauidt St . Weston Standard Portable Voltmeter
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
KRUMRINE & PEARCE STATE’S BIG STORE DRY GOODS In all the _newest_. effects In Wool and \Vash F’abrlcs GENTS’ FURNISHINGS The best line _ni Shirts, _Collars . Ties , _h osiery, Unclerwemu i ~ found here SHOES SHOES SHOES AND THEN SOME We _h ave more Shoes than any two stores in town. Try a pair of time State shoes for winter. _51_,50 and _$4.00 GROCERIES AND TAT_1_LE SUPPLIES The fittest and best _hu e In the city is _iouii d with us.
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
Recent Additions to the Library Evans Charles—American bibliography, v.2 Jukes—Brown , A. J.—Lower & middle chalk of England. Michael , W , H.—The Declaration of Independance: illustrated story of its adoption. Pattee, F. L.—House of the Black Ring. Siegfried , Andre—La Democratic en Nouvelle—Zelande. Wilkes , Charles—Narrative of the U. S. exploring expedition. 5v. & atlas. CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT _Krauch , C.—Testin g of Chemical Reagents for Purity. Ostwald , Wilhelm—Die Schule der Chemie. 2v. Venable , F. P.—The Study of the Atom. MINING DEPARTMENT Beauchamp, W. M. —History of the N. Y. Iroguois. Behr , H. C,—Mine drainage , pumps , &c. Bownocker, J. A.—The Occurrence & Exploitation of Petro leum & Natural Gas in Ohio. Eno, F. H.—The uses of Hydaulic Cement. Suess, Edward—The face of the Earth , v.1. Van Hise, C. R.—A Treatise on Metamorphism. In Tactics. Hep-—you assign many important antics to the corporal of guard and he is only a small po...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
W. L. FOST ER DEALEII IN ~ 3E ~ NE ~ RJ ~~ L. ME ~ Rc ~ u ~~ N _1_DIsE SPECIALTIES Walk-over Shoes for Ladies and Gents. Gents ’ Furnishing Goods of all kinds. Ladies’ fine Dress Goods in the very latest styles. Fancy Groceries—of the finest quality. Don ’t forget that we carry a full line of A. G. Spalding’s Sporting Goods. Telephone S TAT E COLLEGE , _PA .
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
D. Klein & Bro PHILA DELPHIA Supplies for Military Schools and Colle ges Uniform Clothing, Caps and Shoulder Straps , Swords, Belts, Gloves, I4e ~~ ins , etc ., etc ~ f*_IAIi _ERS _01_? _‘l’llF_. _~~ . UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENTS FOR THE P. S. C. Represen ted by ~~~~ . W. R. DUNN , In A rmory
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
LOCALS It is about time for another automobile to arrive. Prof. Emmert , of Juniata College , was the guest of Prof. Buckhout last week. Prof. Osmond gave some of the Juniors an exhibition in X-Rays last week. The rain tried its best to interfere with the game last Friday but was unsuccessful. Prof. Jackson lectured before the Engineer’s club of Harrisburg Tuesday evening of last week. Col. Woodward attended a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the College last week. Mr. Downton of the Westinghouse firm gave a very interesting talk on engineering subjects before the Junior and Senior engineers last Monday evening. A few members of our faculty walked in to College from Snow Shoe last Sunday. They say that the walk is very pleasant , that t ~ e scenery is grand and insist that no student should leave these parts without having been over that route. Procra stination. Pro crastination .s the theif of time. ’’ It is not safe to put off ordering your spring sui...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
THE DRUG STORE H. D. MEEK SPECIAL NO TICE _I We are still makin g a specialty of the finest Schbol and Coh lege Stationery, also Paul E. Wirt , Parker and Laughlin Fountain Pens. Delicious Soda Water and Choice Cigars. THE DRUG STORE H. D. MEEK
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 11 May 1905
Our Microscopes , _Mlcrolomnn , Laboratory _(_linus. ware, Chemical Apparatus _. Chemicals , Photo Lenses and _Shuttnrs Field Classes, Projoctlon Apparatus, Photo_.Mlcro Cameras are used by the lnadlngLab- oratories and _Coynr ’nt Deg’ts ~~ Roun d the World _Cata_1_oga_’ _~~~~~~~~~ ’ Free Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co. RO CHESTER , N. Y. New York chicago Boston iarankfurt _. G ~ y