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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
PROFESSOR W. D. LARX Becomes Acting Head of Forestry Department. On the first of April , Professor W. D. Clark took charge of the Forestry Department , to succeed Dr. H. P. Baker. Prof. Clark graduated from Philips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts in 1900, and in 1904 received his B. A. after the regular classical course at Yale. After traveling for eighteen months in this country, Cuba and Porto Rico, Prof. Clark entered the Forest Service as an assistant in silvicultural work, and continued in the service until 1906, when he entered the Yale Forest School. After one year in the school , he reentered the Forest Service. He was engaged in making volume table studies in the southwest and in Montana , and later was assigned as an assistant on the Lewis and Clark National Forest, In the spring of 1908 Prof. Clark returned to Yale University, and in 1909 received his _Id_. F. degree. In the fall of that year, he came to Penn State as one of the assistants to Dr. Baker. Upon the resi gnat...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
E . L. GRAHAM & COMPANY I. C. H 0 L M E S BELLEr ONTE PENNA STAPLE and FANC Y GROCERIES. FRUITS Unto perclny _StaO _Witlt b _atiu StoperCas- Dry Goods Groceries Sporting Goods Best Quility Best Service —w. L. DAGGETT—Yoar patronage _solicited ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE __________________________ College avenue Phones Jame_, _~ . ~~~ Williams 1 ~~\ ~ DO ~~ S j _._PHAGMAN _evelea AND DRY _CLEANING Ge ~ eral Tinning, Roofing Goods sent on Thursdays of each week Strictly Ffratclass Tailoring Spouting and Furnace Work _" _~ _ttrs. _1 ~ _,.o’atuitvee Hig h Grade Gents Furnishings Shop_: South Frazier street 119 South Burrowes Street ~~~ — 127 S. Allen Street _-
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 25 April 1912
The Q ~ a1ity Shop An ritoblishmcoi which is note d _b r its line quality ol _lelt er pr _ets print ing ~ . Every order receives the personal atte ntion ol the manager thus insuri ng perirCi _,_atisla _~ _Iiors _Th e Nilfa ny Pri nfin g and _PubhisIl ~ ag Conipany ~ State _Colisge
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
PRINCETON DEFEATED Whitney Pitches Great Game. Craig _’ _s Opportune Hits Drive in Four Runs—Greenlaum Weakens in Seventh. Penn State scored a great victory on Wednesday by defeating Princeton on University Field in tbe most interesting game of the season. Whitney and Craig were directly responsible for the first defeat to be suffered by Princeton this year a ~ the hands of a college nine. Whitney pitched one of his best games and after the first inning was practically unhittable when the Tigers threatened to score. Craig was the other big factor in the victory, for his single in the seventh drove in two runs while his home run with Bien on base added the final counts in the ninth. Both teams had several chances to score, and this fact together with the clossness of the score made the game very exciting. In the first inning Crawford was hit by a pitched ball, Bien fouled out, Craig received a _Iifs_. ~ on White_’s error, Crawford going to third. Craig then stole second, but Eberlein...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
A LEff ER FROM EGYPT Latest Word From President Sparks’ Jerusalem, March 26, 1912. A most- interesting sight in Upper Egypt is the great dam at Assuan, constructed to conserve the Nile water during the late autumn and to let it escape by canals’ tb irrigate the lower valley during the early spring months. The dam has proven such a blessing to the lower valley that it has been raised several feet and will now be of service to the upper valley. When one thinks of this valley as nearly 500 miles in length and from one to twenty miles in breadth with scarcely a drop of rain falling during the entire year, he realizes what irrigation means to the millions of people who live in it and who depend almost wholly upon agriculture. The work necessary tu raising the four feet is almost complete. A rumor reached me that a Penn State man was employed among the engineers but I could not find him , although I found one or two Americans. Hydraulic power is used in opening and closing the lock gates....