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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
dents at which over 600 were present. Addresses wer e m ade by President Ather ton, General Beaver , and others. During the year four social evenings were held , each at tended by a large number of students. One evening was set apart for the entertainment of the members of the Bible classes and another social was given to the officers and committeemen for the coming year. The object of this department has been to provide some social life for the men who are unable to share in the social advantages enjoyed by some of their fellow_students. Not all can hav e the social pri vileges that come from fra ternity life and yet these men need social relaxation as much or more than those who are members of fraternities. This side of the Association work should be greatly enlarged in the future and provision made for regular social events extending over the whole year. RELIGIOUS _WoRic_. The Sunday evening meetings hav e maintained a high standard both in attendance and in the interest shown. T...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
TREASURER’S REPORT FOR THE PAST YEAR. RECEIPTS Cash o_’ ~ hand March _32, _190 _1 $272.81 Concert and Lecture Course 57o.oS Membership Dues 187.50 Handbook Committee 162,68 Bible Study Committee for 1903-1904 23.50 Concert Course for 1903-190 1 4.00 Convention Accounts, Money returned on Loans 25.00 Bible Study Committee for 1904-1905 45.50 Margaret Barry Entertainment 16.85 Lecture on Japan and Russia, Missions 67.9S Total Receipts . _1382.44 EXPEND _ITURES Bible Study Committee 112.22 Missionar y Committee 87.95 Sociai Committee _85_,9S Religious Work Committee 14.40 Membership and New Student Committees 5.12 Print ing 17.10 Northf _ield Conference _35_,I _~ O _Lals, side Conference _60_,00 Presidents Conference 20,00 State Convention International Committee 10.00 State Commst tee 30.00 _H_4_n dbooli Committee 162.68 Concert and Lecture Course 427._60 Mzsce ’laneous Expenses _50.17 Total Expenditures . 1118.19 Paid over to Treasurer B. H. Oisnsted _264.25 Respectfully submitted JE...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
A Wor ld .Wide Movement By Ge_,i. Jnnzes A. Beaver Woodcock has asked me to say a word on "A World-wide View of the Student Movement. " That is a little too wide for me. I will content myself , therefore , with my view, which is both narrow and superficial , of what is undoubtedl y a world-wide movement. The first thing to be said about this movement is that it moves. In 1895 the World’s Student Christian Federation was formed. It consisted of the American International College Y. M. C. A., the British College Christian Union , the German Christian Student Alliance , the Scandinavian University Christia n Movement in Mission Lands. Its first meeting was in an old Swedish castle of Vadstena on the shores of Lake Wettern. Within two years there had joined it the Inter-collegiate Y. M. C. A. of India and Ceylon, the Australian Student Christian Union , the Student Christian Union of South Afric a , the College Y. M. C. A. of China and the Student Y. M. C. A. Union of Japan. Since that ...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
m embers has, I belie ve , cor responded _iii good degree to the principl es and purposes of the Association. The dominant note of the College today is _"manliness ," and among the things which hav e brought about that condition of things , I belie ve nothing has been more effective than the living out of that doctrine , and the maintenance of that standard , by the Y. M. C. A. The membership of the College embraces nearly all the religious denominations , and the work of the Y. M. C. A. has done much to emphasize the fact that the fundamentals , in which those denominations agree , are far more permanent and important and vital than the inciden tals , in which they often seem to think they differ. I wish the Association the fullest measure of future success. GEORGE W. ATHE RTON.
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
th ~ . C’ _~ _nie ence a committee was ap-1_,oiiitt _~ d to arrange a baseball schedule and a tennis tournament. This committee also arranged for the contests In field events and water sports which were ~ held on Saturday afternoon. The various delegations entered into these contests and games with regular college vim. The greatest r _° ialry seemed to be in ‘ _~ azeball. Generall y two five inning games were - . ~ yed each afternoon. The team co dosed of men from the various Penuz_,ylvania delegations played winning ball They were to meet in the final game with the Obe- _- _nm College fellows but rain _‘j revented the game from beu19 played. fhe tennis tournament was h tly contested. A long list doubles had to be played o f. Morgan and Woodcock _ci our delegation played in the semi-finals. The Johns Hop kins men won in the finals from the two who had won the Seasons Amateur Tennis Championship of the colleges of Ohio. A plunge from the pier or a - boatride on the bay was a fine way...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
Sophomores Win In _ter -class Track Meet The class of 1907 came out victorious in the inter-class track meet held on Beaver Field last Saturday afternoon. The weather was splendid for a field meet , the track was in fairl y good condition , and some fast time was made. Soon after the beginning of the events it became evident that the ultimate victory would be between the Seniors and the Sophomores , as the other two classes were "not in the runnin g." Every race was interesting and well-run. The final result was doubtful up to the last event , the broad jump, which Montz won for 1907 by a jump of 21 feet 61-2 inches. The _~ mnal score: was 1907, 42 points; 1905, 36 poin ts; 1908, 22 poi nts; and 1906, 17 poin ts. In the hundred yard dash , H enry of 1907 , ran a magnificent race, winning in 10 1-5 seconds, thus equaling the college record. In the high hurdles Forkum , ‘05, won out in 15 1-5 seconds making a new college record , and equaling the Inter-collegiate record held by A. C. ...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
Herbert McIntos h H erbert M ci nt osh , who was drowned May 7 while fishing in the woods of Maine , was a member of the class of 1906 during its preparatory year and for a very short time in the Freshman year. He was popular with the student-body while here and was a pledged member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity . When he left he went to Bellefonte Academy a short time and then to W. U. P. He was in Maine represen ting his father ’s interests in the Maine Hub Manufacturing Company. A Correction. In our account of the last baseball trip the statement was made that the _can celled Lafayette game could have been played. Since then we have learned that the grounds were in poor condi tion and that our manager favored the cancellation of the game, We are glad to have the opportunity of making this correction. The Flag Scrap. The flag has com e and gone, and , although there was a dispute between the upper classes as to the result , it was finall y decided in favor of the Freshmen. The lat...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
AGENTS ANYBODY CAN DO IT ABENTS We want good live repredèntatives to take orders for "Peuro or Pearl" Medallions. Entirely new. Sell at sight. Big money. Exclusive territory given. Agents’ supplies. Novelties 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 distinctiveness of the pattern s, the excellency of the workmanshi p and their conformity to the latest whisper of the mode. Prices are their winning features, becau se they ’re just moderateeno ugh.
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
Deat h of L. M. Moser Word has been received recently of the death of L. M_. Moser , ‘98, while fording a stream near Ziegler , _III_. Mr. Moser graduated a Civil Engineer and has been employed in the Construction Department of the Illinois Central Railroad ever since. At the time of his death he was laying a short connection line for this company. On May 1st he attempted to drive across a stream but it was deeper than he thought and as he was unable to swim he was drowned.
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
AGENTS WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL DE KOCK. The Outlook says " he is one of the most ~ mus ing writers of the _cenitur s’; " and Bu iwer wrote of him , _" more racy and _roosver _ful than any other wr iter _I _:_im aware of." Pam ph let sent on request. GEORGE BARR IE & SONS , _1‘3 3 Walnut Street , Philadel phia.
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
LOCALS J. R. Shearer , ‘06, has left College for his ho me at Glen Lyon. C. N. Bainbridge , ‘07, en _tertained his fa ther and mother at the Ccllege for a short time last week. Miss Ida Pe ~ rshall has been visiting her sister , M rs. Arthur S. Shoffstall , at the Ladies’ Cottage for _som e time - Rev. J . W. _Sm ith , of Warren , gave two splendid addresses to the studentbody on Sunday. Mr. Sanders lect ured on steam turbines and stokers before the Juniors last Monday evening. A par ty of Senior and Junior Mechanical Engineers made a test on one of the Bellefonte Central engines last Satu rday. The Band concert on the front campus last Saturday evening was splendid , and a duplica tion in the near future would not be amiss. Prof. L. A. Harding of the Mechanical Engineeri ng Department was absent for a few days attending some busi ness in Pittsburg. J. K. Robb , ‘07, disloca ted his shoulder last Monday while playing baseball. This is not an uncommon occurnece for him as It is the t...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
EDITORIAL With this issue we have the pleasure of presenting a special feature devoted to the Young Men ’s Christian Association of the College. We shall not attempt to write an editorial on the growth of that splendid organization as the articles , written by Y.M.C.A. men , for m sufficient editorial in themselves. Football Schedule. Manager R. W. Bair of State ’s football team has had his schedule approved by the Faculty Committee on Athletics as follows: Sept. 16 Lebanon Valley College at State. Sept. 23 Open ( Probabl y Dartmouth) Sept. 30 California Normal at State. Oct. 7 Carlisle Indians at Harrisburg. Oct. 14 Gettysburg at State. Gct. 21 Yale at New Haven. Oct. 28 Villanova at State. Nov. 4 Annapolis at Annapolis. Nov. 11 Geneva College at State. Nov. 19 Dickinson at Williamsport . Nov. 25 West Virg iuia at State. Nov. 30. W. U. P. at Pittsburg .
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
EDITORS, T . F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , Chief , W 3. D _ILJ MM , ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 H. D. MASON , ‘07 R . B. MECKLEY , ‘08 S S. RIDDLE. ‘08 BUSINESS MANAGER. H. P. DAWSON , ‘07 CIRCULATION MANAGER W. _~ A . SLATER , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER , W. N. LE PAGE, ‘08.