Elephind.com contains 28,630 items from Penn State Collegian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Whitney at second. Although handicapped by a strong wind and the darkness produced by an approaching thunderstorm, Craig sent a terrific drive to left field that was good for the circuit. RHE Penn State 000000202 4 7 2 Princeton 100000000 1 5 4 Batteries for Penn State, Whitney and Henderson. For Princeton , Greenbaum and Sterritt. Home run , Craig; sacrifice hits , Reed , Parker, Crawford; stolen bases, Pendleton , Craig 2; bases on _balls, off Greenbaum 6; off Whitney 5; Struck out by Whitney 8; Greenbaum 4; errors, Whitney 2, Rhoades _1, White 1, Sterritt _1; left on bases, Princeton 10, Penn State 8; double play, Pendleton (unassisted) ; wild pitch , Greenbaum; hit by pitcher, _crawford _. ~ White. _Tir ~ e 2:25. TJn ~ - pires, Connors and Conahan. CALENDAR. _FamAy, MAY _I 11:10 a. m. High School Principals arrive. 1:00 p. m. Interscholastic Track Meet. New Beaver Field. 4:00 p. m. Varsity Baseball. Penn State vs. Dickinson at Carlisle. SATURDAY , MAY 4 1:30 p. m Old Beaver Fiel...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
THE PENN RELAYS Penn State Takes Third Place in Relays Defeating Swarthmore, _McGill, and Lafayette. Last Saturday on Franklin Field, Philadelphia, Penn ‘State made a credible showing by taking third place in the one mile relay. _Piner started the race for State, maintained a good pace and finished first at the end of the first quarter mile. Michner, our next runner carried first place until he reached the tape when a Virginia man equaled him. The Virginia runner, however, made a poor touch of the tape while Michner’s touch was perfect thus allowing Reinhardt, our third man , to start the third relay with a lead of five yards. Reinhardt, ran a careful race but the wet track hindered him somewhat, and he dropped into third place. Leyden, our last runner, made good time finishing the mile relay in third place with a gap of only eight yards between the first man and himself. The colleges entered in the same class as Penn State finished in the following order; Virginia University, Carli...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Whitney 14, by Nork 10. Base on balls, off Whitney 2, Nork 2. Stolen bases, Crawford, Craig 2, Eberlein , Carson 3. Wild pitch, Whit- ney. Umpire Torrey. Time 2:00. Interscholastic Meet. Seventy-six entries have been received for the fourth annual interscholastic track meet which will take place promptly at 1 o’clock to-morrow afternoon on New Beaver Field. County club presidents and others wishing to entertain the athletes should see Manager Gordon or Assistant Managers, Clark and Bevan. The schools which had sent in their entries up to noon yesterday, are Altoona High, Harrisburg High, Coudersport High. Juniata Prep., Johnstown High and Williamsport Dickinson _ Seminary. Eagleamere In _June. - The Y. M. C. A. is planning to send a hundred students to the Studeot Conference at Eaglesmere, June 14 to 23. The conference affords a good opportunity for college men to meet some splendid men and at the same time enjoy a vacation at Eaglesmere.
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
14; second Hancock ‘15; third Smith ‘15. Time 29 seconds. High jump—Won by Elliot ‘15; second Barron ‘14; third Reber ‘15. Height 5feet. 5inches. Broad jump—Won by Clemer ‘15; second Henney ‘14; third Overfield. Distance 20 feet 3 inches. Pole vault—Won by Hays ‘14; height 10 feet 6 inches; second and Continued on page 4. column 1 The men wear black woolen turbans or a red fez on their heads, and have a woolen cloak of brown and black stripes about them. If I wrote all that interests me, the columns of the Collegian would be exhausted. Here we have our first mail in nearly five weeks and learn of the blizzaris at home, of the Dr. Gill memorial, the Y. M. C. A, play, and the meet with Yale. Congratulations on the many successes and the best wishes of all the party.
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
100 yard dash—Won by Craig 14; second, Elliot ‘15; third , Spence 15. Time 10 4-5 seconds. 220 yard dash—Won by Elliot ‘15; second, Silver ‘14; third Erb ‘15. Time 24 seconds. 440 yard dash—Won by Entwisle ‘15; second. Hedrick ‘15; third, Seibert ‘14. Time 55 3-5 seconds. Half mile run—Won by Entwisle ‘15; second, Sharpe ‘15; third, Lewis ‘14. Time—2 minutes 8 4-5 seconds. Mile run—won by Savery ‘14; second , Henning ‘15; third , Shetrone ‘14. Time 4 minutes 57 seconds. Two mile run—Won by Keyser ‘14; second, Hess ‘14; third , Allen ‘15. Time 10 minutes 39 seconds. High Hurdles—Won by Barron ‘14; second Silver ‘14; third Hancock. Time 18 2-5 seconds. Low hurdles—Won by Barron
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
CONFERENCE OF PRINCIPALS. Names of Schools That Will be Represented Here Friday. The third conference of high school principals will be held in the foyer of the Auditorium on _Friday, May 3. At least thirty-fiv ~ high school principals are expected to be present. The principals from the following schools have already accepted invitations to attend : Win. Penn, Scranton Central, Scranton Technical, Johnstown Braddock, _Wilkinsburg, Uniontown, Connellsville, Monessen , Columbia, Coatesville, Phoenixville, Latrobe, Jeannette, Ashland, Scottdale, Tamauqua, Bristol, Jersey Shore, Altoona , Harrisburg, York, Southern Manual Training, Perkiomen Seminary, West Chester State Normal, Gettysburg, Lewisburg.
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
McGill University, (Champions of Canada) and Lafayette. The time of the winning _ team was 3:32 2-5. TEAM BLANKS DICKINSON NINE Carlisle Men Could Not Hit Whitney Craig and Henderson Make Drives for Home Runs. - In a nine -inaing game iasrS ~ t ~ r ’ ~~ day afternoon Dickinson was _‘_shnt out by the Blue and White nine by a score of 10-0 on New Beaver Field. Whitney pitched remarkable ball, allowing only four scattered hits and striking out fourteen men. Craig was easily the star in batting and base running. Eberlein and Henderson did gooU
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
work with the stick. Both could be depended on for heavy and consistent hitting. Mention must also be made of Crawford’s sensational catch in right field. The summary follows: R _liE Dicki nson 000000000 0 4 6 Penn State 2 1 _1 0 2 1 3 0 x 10 10 2 Batteries, for Dickinson, Nork and Schaffer; for Penn State, Whitney and Henderson. Two base hits . Eberlein. Home runs, Craig, Henderson. Singles , Craig 2, _Eberlein , Henderson , Carson. Struck out by
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
6:30 p. m. Old Chapel. Y. M. C A. Prayer Meeting. _WEONE SDAY, MAY 8 4:15 p. m. New Beaver Field. Varsity Baseball. Penn State vs. Gettysburg. Sacred Concert. The sacred Concert held in the _Auc _~ itorium last Sunday evening was greatly enjoyed by the audience. The numbers, both vocal and -instrumental, were especially good. Mxs. Govier, Miss Bc _ttorf _. Miss
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
10:00 a. m. Old Chapel . Bible Class. 11:00 a. m. Auditorium. Chapel Service. Rev. W. J. Smith of Warren, Pa., will speak. 6:30 p. m. Auditorium. Y. M. C. A. meeting. Rev. W. J. Smith. 8:00 p. m. Auditorium. Band Concert. Final appearance before Commencement. TUESDAY. MAY 7
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Bailey, and Messers _Herniana_, Moul, Gray, Heeter . Pond and Entwisle took part in rendering a very pleasing program. Tennis Match With Penn. An error was made last week in this paper when the tennis match between the University of Pennsylvania and State College _- was omit-
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
THE INTERCLASS TRACK MEET. Freshmen Easily Defeat Sophomores by the Score of 70 1-2 to 55 2-3. The large crowd which turned out to see the track and field meet, between the two lower classes last Saturday witnessed many interesting events. The large number of contestants and keen interest shown by all present combined to make the first interclass meet a decided success. Among the most closely contested events was the 100 yard dash which was won by Craig ‘14. in ten and four fifth seconds with Elliot a close second. The first year men were particularly strong in the 440 yard dash . first and second places being taken by Entwisle and Hedrick, both of 1915. In the one mile event Entwisle distanced his opponents during the last lap and finished in four minutes, 57 seconds, second place being closely contested by Henning and Savery and taken by the latter. Keyser ‘14, made good time in the two mile event and finished nearly half a lap ahead of his op ponents. The field trials which were ...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
out of ten regularly scheduled games played so far, exclusive of the Maryland game, including a victory over Princeton University, Penn State has a team this year that will surely go down in history as a winning combination. So far the greatest victory that Captain Eberlein’s nine have scored was at Princeton last Wedn ~ sday when "Big Bob" Whitney pitched the best game -of his college career and allowed a team. that has not been defeated this year to score but _....._— _~~ oxie-run. -Pens ~ State ha&been victorious in baseball contests with the Orange and Black six times since 1898, winning games in 1899, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1908 and 1912. The varsity has certainly set a fast pace the last two weeks. Pitchers Whitney and Wardwell are both in good condition; the infield is fielding like a machine, as was shown in the Princeton game when 14 putouts and 11 assists were made without a slipup; Henderson is doing good work behind the bat; and the outfield is composed of three sure ...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
including W. T. Garcelon, Chairman, Harvard; Dr. Page, Phillips Academy; Dr. _Naisrnith, University of Kansas; H. E. Ford, Washington and Jefferson; Dr. _McKenzie, University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Babbitt, Secretary, Haverford Col- lege, was appointed to encourage the extension of the game of soccer football and this committee is desirous of assisting or advising anyone who wishes it. A list of ten reasons why the soccer football game should be encouraged is given as follows:— 1. It may be safely played by boys in Grammar and High Schools, by college students or graduates. 2. A long season of conditioning is not necessary, although of course, condition and skill count. 3. An expensive outfit for players is unnecessary, the game being played in loose shirt, running pants and heavy boots. 4. While the regulation field is desirable, grounds of any reason able size may be used. 5. The game is strenuous and sometimes rough, but it does not have the more serious dangers attending footb...
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
ed. The men present were, W. F Strouse, ‘87; W. P. Beyerle, ‘99; W_, M. Scbnure, ‘01; N. Higgens, ‘O9 "Pete" Braun_, ‘10; R. B. Clapp; ‘11; and E. H. Metzger, _‘_11. _Interclas ~ Soccer- Football . In another column of this issue will be seen the large number of advantages of the soccer football game, which advantages should be an inducement for men to become interested in this sport. The three lower classes, have entered into a class league which opens this Saturday. Candidates for the juni or team should see Stewart while candidates for the other two teams should report to their respective class managers, Rudy ‘14 and Munhall ‘15. The schedule follows: May 4, ‘13 vs. ‘15.
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
U ~ ( Feed Your Crops Available Potash - Insoluble plant foods arc cheap in the beginnin g hut may be dear in the end. We feel good when we _h ear tlut thic noil contains enough Potash to raise 5000 crops, but we feel tired ~ _vh_,c_,t we discover tisut it will take _1_(100 yeats or 09 to make it available. We will be converted into plant food _ourseli ~ es long before tha t. Tim _nrI_. ’ 9 _cl -tin -il from green sinners may _littik_. Icip-olabli _phnsI,_Iiok ~ of _( _mu_, ,_u oro spoil—POT ASH _(_tie. _But t _((in fi-ld _up _i thlc Fotosh _(_0 lbs _coO _Is _(_cmi_, _,_n(nh_(_u In thu-no scido thon _Ito the p_(_umtiu t_(_, ntknlhuo _wtc tu-rmi of thin heat onto. A littlo _oohl Poto ob becomes avalinbhm- _yea _rly , tutu u-c u t eneulueli to _pi ivide for _pruuli tnhltu cr_000. Cropo havo two pt-rinds of Potash huutui’_. r. On mint _,_i_(flr g ~ rnuioatiOfl _0,11 the giber whon ntsrclo formniion in mnat rind— v_,_h n _(hi’ -tnt in _fiI _(_Inu ~ . Ratlonol _lortflI,_otlon rcqulreo am...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Election of the One sophomore Editorial Board, and two freshmen will be added to the editorial staff of the Penn State Collegian at the election next Wednesday evening. SOCCER FOOTBALL Reasons Why Association (Soccer) Football Should be Encouraged. At a meeting of the National Collegiate Athletic Association December 28, 1911, a committee
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Have you tried ‘‘Buffalo " Smoking Tobacco ? For Pipe or Cigarette GEORGE B. JACKSON ALL UN _aT.. STAT _U _OOLLSQU_. PA OHAS. A. WOMER - _H_. A. EVEY Tonsorial Artist Your pntaenage sollcted _Fleitcl_._ss work sitar- CAB WORK A SPECIALTY ants UNDER HOTEL Both ‘Phones
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
THURSDAY, MAY 2. 1912 Our.Baseball When Coach Wal-Team. ter Manning took - charge of the material that was to represent Penn State on the baseball diamond this spring, the outlook was not very bright. However with the season half over and with eight victories