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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian Pub lhhed on Thursda y of eicls week dorlog the college year by the ,tsdonts of The _Fennnl._aala State College _In _theinterea t of the Students . _Fac _alt,, Aiumnl and Friends of the college. Entered at the _Postoffice. State College , Pa.. a. second _tin.. mnt te r SUBSCRIPTION. per year or _$1.25 If paid within 20 days after date of suhscrIO on.
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
_IlIlllhluhItIIIIoI!II r- ~ -4... _~~ ,_1 LI _._? _. _~~ ‘ . _I D ~~ l1e fant e ~~~~~ ntrøi R ~~ i I ro ~~ d F. H. THOMAS, General Manager BELLEF _ONTS. PA. No. 0. _n_._m_. 7.17 4.40 1 55 p.m 10._55 9.15 6-on a-So 5.47 5.43 5.40 5.35 _a_.ao 5.25 5.07 _tS.oo p. m. 3.30 _ta _._20 p. m.
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
No No No _I No. _I No. _5 8 1. - _Dec. 26. 1910 _I 2. _I 4. n.m . p.m . p.m. p. m. _1.00 9.00 • _Lv NEW YORK Ar . 9.18 10.15 4.23 11.35 Lv PHILADELPH IA Ar 6.23 7.50 _n_._m 8.00 8.40 Lv. HARRISBURG Ar 2.26 6.15 7.68 6.00 Lv PETT SBURG Ar 2.10 6.62 _n_._m 11.42 7.16 Lv ALTOONA Ar 11.00 2.62 1 ~ 2_S 816 Lv _TY_11ONE Ar 1026 215 n.m p.m 11.10 7.10 Lv WILLIARSPORT Ar 12.15 2.65 p.m _n_._m 12.10 8.15 Lv LOOK HAVEN Ar 10.80 2.10 f2 .o0 f 10.15 tO 20 Lv BELLEFONTRI Ar 8.60 _J_2_._60 2.07 10.20 6.85 COLE VILLE 8.40 12.50 2.12 6.88 MORR IS 8.87 2.17 6.48 STEVENS 8.85 2.21 6.46 HUNTERS PARK 8.81 2.20 10.84 6.50 FIL LMORE 8.28 12.18 2.82 6.66 BRIARLY 8.24 2.85 10.46 7.00 WADDLES 9.20 _12._10 2.50 7.12 Ar KEUNRINE Lv 8.07 8.20 11.10 7.26 STATE COLLEGE _ts_.Oo _til_._50 _n_._m .... _n_._m_. 7.27 STRUBLE S 7.45 p.m 7.81 BLOO MSDORF 7.4 ~ 5.40 7._86 PINE GROVE MILLS t7.85 am _. Ar Lv _tDaI Iy except Sunday. Enotern Timu _Oonnertio a—4With Penneylvanis B. _B
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
mi- ~~ I-Iigl-i~~ t ~ et _ri cl ~~ rci _1_i_.iri cli-y-Th e Student _’s L aundry çWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. ~ JOur laundry is modern in all departments. lJWe cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. 4JYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. E. Shore ‘13 _1_. L. McCreary ‘12 _l ~ STUDENT AGENTS L. A. Davis ‘12 - (E . T. Asplundh ‘12 STUDENT AGENTS _- ~ B. M. Herman ‘12 _I T. W Harem ‘13
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Cet in the Habit of asking us for a bId on your job , work We wIll a u r pr I s ~ e you In quality and prIce The Keystone Gazette Bellefo nte Both Telephones C. _1_\ ~ . _~~~~~~ S _’ ~~ OT _SOTt_8_. ~ _~ ?aT_’ ~ O’i _~ aat Co _~~ eqc _1 _~ _tt. Hair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Wsrts Removed
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Editor In Chief R. M. EVAISIS, _‘_13 Assistan t Editor M. A. _KRIMMEL , ‘13 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 J . D. HOGARTH, 14 F. C. DOSE, 14 Business Manager E. A. JAMES, ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKLIN, ‘12 THEO. LENCHNER , ‘12 M. M. GRUBBS, ‘13 B. R. HENDERSON, _‘13
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
WE WONDER Whether the baseball management could not use the services of some volunteer ushers at the baseball games, particularly for lady visitors. Whether it is a wise policy to play _"Banner-lead" on the new wireless tower. Whether it is pleasant to be reminded by signs painted on our walks of events that have hap pened some time ago. - How soon our campus will be the source of song as in springs gone by. If the weather will permit white ducks for dress parade this spring. Why more of us could not attend that benefit lecture tn Satürday night. - - If we shall ever tire of Nox Mc-Cain and his pictures. How many more life insurance agents we shall have to dodge _thiy spring. ALUMNI EVENTS. David K. Sloan has accepted a po sition as manager of Conner Park Farm. Berwick.
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
_c ~ Qflege _BQyS, _/ _tte~ t _1t iQf I j Young ’inen often say ’ to - me, _"What good will a life insurance policy do me if I die?". Bless your heart, tell me of anything that will do you any good if you die. But it will do others good. It will help to reimburse that mother or father, if you die, who scratched and saved to put you through college. And if you live and keep up the paymeats to maturity, I can tell you of policies that will not only _plotect those you love or to whom you may be indebted for funds to compli’te your course, but will pay you back personally at maturity all you put in or more. Do you know that after you have paid one full annual premium in my company, should you become tota ~ ly and permanently disabled and unable-to earn money, your- policy-will become a fully paid policy for the face of it? The latest wrinkle in life insurance. Let me tell you about this—also many other things that will surely interest you—and make you money.
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
CAN HELP YOU if you want employment and can afford to prepare for a paying position If you are leaving College or -High School with no other preparation for work than is given in purely academic advantages If you have to mak e your living and wieh to be able to earn good pa _~ ç _with merchants and business men , bankers and financiers , railways and other great corporations Eastman Can Help You A course in this widley known commercial school will give you a thorough training for busi ness and qualify you tc earn - - - A HIGHER SALARY - _- than will ever be paid you until you are able to render more efficient service A national ‘reputation based on more than half a centUry of successf ul experience attracts st udents from every State in the Union and many fo_1 ~ _eigu countries. All cornmerciai branches practically taught. Delightf ul recreative environment : No vacations. It Will pay you to attend our , Summer Session. Write for our prospectus—now while you are thinking about it. -...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
tbe 1 ~ Uttan2 Inn State ~ oItcgc _- UNDER THE MANAGEMENT (OF JAMES P AIKEN :S THE HOME OF THE PENN STATE FOOTBALL TEAM THEIR FRIENDS WILL ALWAYS RECEIV E SPECIAL ATTENTION Stephens’ POOL ROOM __________ and W BARBER SHOP _I don ’t talk; I make signs- _Letterl ~ g of tr _uoks _cod pult _ccsu mr _‘_p_._— cI_._ltj _’. Poster . ibow sod disp lay c _~rd ~ CRAS. A. WOMER , State College H. M. Meyers First C’ass : Resta ura _ft 122 Allen Street Ice Cream and Confectionery 106 EAST COLLEGE AVENU To-morrow is no time at all—it _neves Cornea, The time to insure is to-day. You will be supplied with the kind of _in_• surance adapted to your -means and needs; your convenience _wil! be consulted, the way made easy if you apply to the_’
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
N ~~ w ’YQz-k _L_._U ~~ h- ~~~ . c ~ o. _- _. JESSIE D. WHITE, 124 W. College, Ave German Department Notes. Mr. E. C. P. Mètzez _thin, a post graduate of the University of Penn_. ~ _sylvania , _h ~ s been appç inted instructor of German to take the place of _Mr. H. P.- Moore, who has resigned to pursue ~ fufther _- study at Yale. - Mr. Metsenthin is a German of wide experience and high scholarship. He is a graduate of Berlin and Leipzig _Uciiversities, has taught in a German Gybnasium and has traveled_- extensively in Europe, Palestine and Egypt. During the Easter ~ vacation- - the head of the German department was invited to deliver his illustrated lecture on "Switzerland" before the