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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 October 1904

Our Aim To please. If we _doim ’t do it tell us our mistakes. We will correct thenm . r f 8m TOllSOfi I P rIor Palace Restaurant Go there for a full line of sandwiches and q u i c k lunch. We use our own honmeboiled ham in sandwiches. Oysters served in all styles. Boarding by the week , day or meal W. C. CALDWELL , Prop.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 October 1904

State College Studio. W. W. SMITH, A rtist.

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 October 1904

Our Motto Nothing but time best is good enougim for our patrons.

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 20 October 1904

rt istic aimd up to tands as a Synonym for all that is new late in Pimotography. If you watch this space during this college year we will try and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction. Please call and exanmine our work .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

Calendar. THURSDAY OCT. 27. 6.30 P. M. Berzelius Chemical Society. FRIDAY , OCT. 28. 7.00 P. M. Trial Debate in Old • Chapel. SATURDAY , OCT. 29. 3.00 P. M. State vs. Westminster on Beaver Field. SUNDAY , OCT. 30. 9.45 A. M. Bible Classes. L 1._OOA. M. Chapel. Sermon by Dr. Forbes of Philadelphia. 6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. in Room 529 Main. Topic "Life of Livingston." 0. C. Hays , leader . MONDAY , OCT. 31. 7.00 P. M. Forum in 367 Main. TUESDAY , NOV . 1. 7.00 P. M. Civil Eng. Society. WEDNESDAY , NOV. 2. 6.30 P. M. E. E. Society in Room 20, Engineering Building.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

State 12—W. & J.0 Last Saturday over 4,000 people gathered at the Exposition Park , Allegheny, to witness a stirring game of football between State and Washington and Jefferson. The small score was due to the shortness of halves and did not give justice to the mighty battle put up by the Blue and White. W. & J. had a good team that fought hard but could never get nearer to a touchdown than the 33 yard line. All the cheering of the solid mass of Red and Black in the center of the bleachers along the side of the field could not infuse energy enough into the W. &. J. team to hold the furious charging of Forkum , Yeckley and Partridge in the back field. Time after time these players went through their opponents line for long gains. Smith and Moscrip were very efficient in carrying the ball . For W. & J. the giant left tackle Roy made consistent gains. Hupp, their left end , was so aggressive that plays were directed more often around the other side. A won...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

The Republican Rall y State College was the scene of considerable enthusiasm last Friday evening when the Republicans held a great rally. Led by the State College and Lemont bands , the supporters of Roosevelt and Fairbanks paraded the streets and finall y assembled in the old Chapel. The chairman, Mr. W. L. Foster , called the meeting to order shortly after eight and introduced Judge Love. Mr. Love in a well delivered oration spoke to some extent on the duties and responsibilities of citizenship and exhorted every man to think for himself in questions of politics. Judge Love was followed by ex-Judge Furst who, after congratulating the student bod y on the oppcrtunities which they possess as students at State College, discussed the question of tariff anl pro _:_ec ~ cn of home industries. The last speaker of the evening was Col. Coburn ,who made an earnest appeal for the support of the County as well as the national ticket . The meeting was fairly well attended by both the students ...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

15th Frank Hershey, ‘06 was called to his home in Harrisburg on Monday by the sudden death of his mother. G. M. Sellers , ex-’03 , and a graduate of the Columbia School of Mines , has returned to State College to finish his thesis. This is necessary before he can receive his dip loma from Columbia . Prof. Pat tee, head of the Department of English , has taken a short vacation in order to visit his old college of Dartmouth. The corner stone of Dartmouth Hall is to be laid this week. The original building, which was the oldest at Dartmouth, was destroyed by fire last Spring. Mr. R. E. Stallings has returned from a month ’s vacation spent at his home in Salisbury, N. C. Mr. Stallings has been transferred from the position of Assistant Chemist of the Experiment Station to th at of Assistant in Animal Nutrition , and during the remainder of the year will devote his entire time to the investigations with the Respiration Calorimeter.

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

Kuhn—M cFeely Cards announcing the marriage of Miss Anna L. McFeely to William S. Kuhn , both of Pittsburg, have been received by friends in State College. Mr. Kuhn is a brother of Lewis 0. Kuhn , ‘_05. He himself was a student at this college during the year of 1901-02 and made many acquaintances, who wish him all kinds of joy and success.

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

PERSONALS H. R. Nelson , ‘01 returned to College for a few days this week. Professor Willard was called to Baltimore on Sunday last, by the death of Mrs. Willard’ s sister. E. S. Burns and C. Whynne, both of Bucknell , witnessed the State—West Virginia game here on Oct.

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

The College Team Victorious On Saturday Oct. 22nd the College team defeated a strong combination from Lock Haven Normal on Beaver Field by the score of 10-0. Although the day was threatening a fair crowd of students assembled to see the contest. Promptly at three o’clock the teams lined up, with the Normal team defending the west goal. Hand kicked off . Collar caught the ball , advanced it a short distance , but lost it when tackled , the college boys getting the ball. They gained rapidly and Montz was soon sent over for a touchdown. Higson failed to kick a goal. Hand kicked off again and the college team got the ball in just the same manner as before , Collar fumbling the kickoff . After a couple of line plays Hand went around the left end for 15 yards and Ritchey took the ball over for the second touchdown. On the next kick off Normal got the ball on their 30 yard line and it seesawed back and forth ,the half ending with the ball in the hands of the college team on Normal’s 25 yar...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

State 12—W. & J. 0 Conhnucd from F_.r ~ t page kicked off to Forkum who advanced 20 yaids before being downed. Partridge , Smith and Yeckley made gains but W. & J. got the ball on a fumble. W. & J. could gain nothing around the ends but started a steady movement through the line. State supporters began to shake a little as line after line was passed. Finally a fumble gave the ball to State on the 33 yard line. A few short gains were made and then Forkum made his 70 yard run around left end by a fake mass on right tackle. He kicked the goal and the score stood State 12, W. & J. 0. After this the ball stayed in W. & J. territory as it had been most of the game. Slowly ~ ut certainly it moved down toward the goal line until only a short distance of three yards remained to be passed. At this point time was up and we lost the touchdown. The line-up: STATE W. & J. Barr left end . . . Hupp Smith left tackle Roy White lcftguard Gibson Dunn ......

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

07 Civils-4 , Mechanicals-O. In a hotly played contest, which took place on Beaver Field last Saturday afternoon , preceding the College game with Lock Haven Normal, the ‘07 Mechanicals were defeated by the Civils 4-0. Variety of uniforms and eccentric playing on both sid ~ s made every scrimmage ludicrous , and the enthusiasm along the side lines was tremendous. The on ly score made was in the first half , when Laird drop-kicked a goal from the field for the Civils. The line-up. CIV ILS MECHANICALS Bitler left end Wentzel Winters (Small) left tackle _Hoaard Bainbridge uard _Lemtzell Gift center Mumm _a Brewster right _gua rd Kirk Metz night tackle Garraha n Tawney (Snyder). . right end. ...Love (DuBarry) Swenk quarter back _Steigerwalt Laird left half back. _,_Wilson ~ R.W_,Steigerw a1t Conklin right half back Stair Smith full back McCor mick Time of halves . 15 and 10 minutes. _Umpire. Dodge. Referee , Wa iler. Time keepers , Ingram. Stevenson. Linesmen . W arr iner . Quigle y. ‘0...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

J acob A. Riis No one in our time perhaps has done more to better the social condition of our great cities than has Jacob A. Riis. President Roosevelt was so imuressed with the value of Mr. Riis’s work as a social reformer that he has spoken of him as "the most useful citizen in New York. " Mr. Rils’ s career as an American is of peculiar interest. Something over thirty years ago he landed in New York , a poor young man seeking his fortune in the new world. He wandered about the city for many days in search for work , sleeping in police stations and wherever else he could and suffering the severest privations of poverty and homelessness. His first start was made in newspaper work when he became police reporter for the New York Sun. His work brought him into close touch with the awful social conditions of the slum districts and revealed to him the urgent need for reform . It was thus his career as a social reformer began. During twenty-five years of newspaper work he aimed at enlight...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

Thursday Oct. 26, 1904 Editorial The rules for various class rushes published in the COLLEGIAN of last weeK, seem to meet on the whole with a favorable reception. The greatest objection seems to be with the rule in the Banquet rush , giving the Sophs the victory if they capture the President of the Freshman class , the toastmaster , or two of the speakers. This seems to us an eminently fair regulation. The Sophs should be given a fair opportunity to win and in the previous banquet rushes this has not been so. It has been urged that a Freshman president may not want to go. Well , it is the duty of every Freshman to attend his class banquet and if a president should happen to be financially embarrassed , the class will find a means to take him along as previous classes have done , especially if the running of the rush depends on his attendance. It is manifestly impossible for the Sophs to permit the entire Freshman class from attending and if they succeed in getting one of the prescri...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

That Gamel The score of the Navy-Dickinson game last Saturday gives some idea of what the team must do this year. The team fully realizes that in Annapolis and Dickinson it has opponents worthy oithe name. W. & J. had a first class eleven but it was not the equal of either of the above named teams. This means that the men who are practicing hard every evening need your very best support now as well as later. Get out to the field and systemize your cheering. Practice is the only way to learn yells and songs. Dickinson is sure of victory. Each week their slogan sounds , "Remember!" It is yours to see that they do remember it in a way they cannot forget. They are going to have a large crowd. You must have a larger. Every student is due at Williamsport on Saturday, November 12 , and should have the worst of excesses if he is not there. ONLY TWO WEEKS !

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

College Mass Meeting On Monday evening, October 23, a mass meeting was held in the old Chapel for the purpose of practising songs and yells for the Williamsport game. Capt. Forkum was present and gave an account of the W. & J. game at Pittsburg. Hamilton led the cheering, and great enthusias n was shown. Indications point to the largest crowd of State rooters ever known at a game away from State College, when State meets Dickinson on Nov. 12. Every new man , and every old man as well, should make plans to go. It will be very lonesome in State College that day. Get into the game! An Inspection Trip. The Senior Agriculturists journeyed to Bellefonte on Tuesday to inspect a car load of horses that had just arrived from the West. Prof. Mairs had charge of the trip .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each aeek during the college year in the interest of The Penns ylvan ia State College. EDITORS . W. B. HOKE , ‘_05 , Chief , ALEX. HART, Jr ., ‘05, F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05 , T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 BUSINE_5S MANAGER. W. G. HECKATHORNE, ‘06. ASSISTANT MANAGER. C. R. OBERFELL, ‘06.

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904

Prof. Pattee ’s Book The American Historical Rewiew for July contains this notice of Professor Pattee’s second volume of Frenau ’s poems: "The second volume of The Poems of Phil_,v Frenau , Poet of the American Revolution, has been issued with the imprint of the Princeton University Library (Princeton , 1903, pp. x, 407. ) The material is in some ways more deserving of a notice in a historical periodical than in a literary journal; nearly the whole volume is taken up with poems of an occasional character , embody ing in rhyme or in studied periods , the thought and passion of the time. For the student of the Revolution , therefore , the book is of importance , and American scholars should be grateful to Mr. Pattee for the care with which these pieces have been brought together. " The Historical Review for October contains the first instalment of the "President Pierce Papers "1852-1862 edited and contributed to the Review by P. 0. Ray. Announcement. President Leitzell of the Co-opera...

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