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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 12 October 1911
SPALD ING& BR S TIle a r e t h c Largest Manufacturers i n Spalding the World of Irade-Mark ~~ ____. OFFICIAL ~~~~ EO UIPMENT ~ S ’ ~ C) ~ ) FOR ALL ~~~ _PI PASTIMES is _know n ___________ _ibrougit out ihc ~ ec t _e rr _,ted world ac a _I F i _Ii _U _u _uSti_,_i r _lic Sp u rt _tuu Gu arantee ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ _nc_! _cim_.’ed _,_a _ii of chjality ~~~~~~~~~~ _‘_._t ~ W _IN _____________ _rent, c _ut ~ t_. c,. NEW _VOilE _E_2 ,._l2 _It’ un _cuu Stro _e c _._~ 5 33 _Wn ct _Id St r cct ~ ~~~~~ ~
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 12 October 1911
The Qjj ality Shop An _e ~ _abli_,_hmee i which it noied For it, fine qnaliiy ol lctier prcn s printing _‘._‘ _Escry ordce ret cite, the _pcrtnnai u _tl ent _i on _at the _ntunu _gos thus _in _su t ng p e r fect ,ai _iu lad io n The Ni lla _lly Pf _iflhifl g au d Publishi ng _Coni pan2 State _Collage
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
PENN STATE 5 CORNELL 0 Football Team Outplays Ithaca Eleven—Engle Scores Only Touchdown—Harlow Plays Star Game. Penn State triumphed over Cornell last Saturday afternoon by the score of 5 to 0. The single touchdown of the game was the result of a blocked kick by Harlow on CorneWs fifteen yard line, Engle scooping up the ball and , with fine interference given by three _m en , running fifteen yards for a touchdown. For the greater part of the game our team outplayed Cornell. The good work in defen5e given by the backs and the magnificient showing of the line, combined with Cornell’s fumbling procured a well deserved victory for the Blue and White. Very and Page by good consistent football, outplayed the ends of Cor nell; and tackles Harlow and Engle displayed some of the hardest tackling shown on Percy field this year. Harlow showed also brilliant work in the offense. His exceptional speed in getting down under punts enabled him to make about 60 per cent. ot the tackles during the ga...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
"BIG BILL" _IIOLLENBACK Penn Star of 1908 Making Good as Football Coach-- Has Had Three Successful Years. William H. Hollenback , popularly known throug hout the college world as "Big Bill" Hollenback , ~ ne of the most brilliant players that ever wore the Red and Blue of the University of Pennsy lvania , is now engaged upon the third year of his careeer as a football coach. As coach , no player in recent years is more suitably qualified for the position of leading and directing plays , because no player has a better knowledge of the gridiron game than "Big Bill ," whose genera l excellence as an offensive and defensive player entitled him to first choice as fullback on the All-American eleven in 1908. Hollenback made a reputation for himself while playing with Ph lipsoui g, Pa. High school. At the time in which he was on this team Philipsburg ha d on e of the speediest tea ms of high school lad s in the state. After being a star in high school . Hollenb _;_,ck entered Tjniver-~ ity...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
C.. _~~~~ . _‘ _~ _((‘ _~ _iyr s ’ _‘ ~ o’rt ~ o’r _’ _~ oX _?a’c_\_OT _task Ce_1_Aege _1_\_nf. Hair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed Stephens’ POOL ROOM __________ and _I BARBER SHOP 123 Allen Street - The Cosmopolitan Club. If an y one doubt the accessibility of State College let him visit the Cosmopolitan club. He will not onl y be convinced that our College is accessible from all parts of the globe but he avill learn that its reputa tion is world wide. At the first "Conferen ce of the Nations" or the regular meeting of the Cosmopolitan Club on Monda y night , men from all climes, of all colors, of different creeds and beliefs were recommended for membership, Men from China , Turkey, Persia , Russia , Austria , Norway, Sweden , Switzerland , England , Cuba , Porto Rico, and Argentine Republic come to us to lear n an d as a matter of fair exchange ian teach us some things of their own countries. Our ideas of f oreig n peopl e are often misleading and only on first hand ...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
Penn State ? j 11egian _,‘_ubii_.hed on Thur,day of end, _‘cock _duris ~ _Oh, college year _b_, the students of 1 ,ce P esn _uy _ivn n _in _btA ~ coilece Is lice _l_5t _or _~ It of the _5_tudenis _, Far _utty . Aiumsl and Fr,ends of the _collece. I’nt _~ rrd nt the Fo,_tsff,_re _, Sta te coll _ece , _Pt _. a, trio _n _aIl _matter s _. _Ii_. _10 per rear or St _25 mf paid _ce,_tls,n _30 _da_, ~ _afte, _La t _e of _ao b _seeint on THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1911 College It was noticed by Advertisement one of our New York alumi ,i that in a prominent play now being presented in his city, in which one scene in profusel y decorated with college flags and pennants , the Blue and White of Penn State was not to be seen. Acting upon his suggestion , steps have been taken by some o ~ the men in college to present the management with a pennant , with the request that it be used in the play. The act seems to us to be a piece of legitimate advertising which should help to make the name of the college be...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
F_1 i ~~ ~~~ t_~~ i ri _eo r _cl L_. ~_~~ i i-t ri c ~ t r- ’s ~ PH _ILIPS ~~ URG , P EN NS YL VAN IA We mig ht say a great deal about tha quality of our work but to see the work Itself—the be aut _I fj l , clean , savory white appearance of the lin en—will do more towards winning your patronage than all we could say In a day ’s time , We turn collars by hand— so cracked corners. We sew on buttons, We mend your socks. One hundred dollars reward to anyon_,e who can prove that we use any harmful acid in our laundry H E_, Shore ‘13 3. L. McCreary ‘12 _. STUDENT _ACENTS L_. A. Dmvis _11
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
GEORGE B. JACKSOI CIGARS . TOBACCO AND - FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS A Fall Line of _SsoKor_, ’ Fa ncy _Artli _lne ALLEN ST., STATE COL L EGE. PA A. DEAL S. E. KIMPORT SANITARY PLU MBI N G, STEAM , Headquarters for HOT WATER , VAP OR AND Choice Meats of All Kinds VACUUM HEAT I NG Frazier Street Both pltoncs State C_’ ~ llege Pennsylvania Patronize the Collegian ’s Advertisers
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
Editor in Chief W. S. _KRIII I3EL . JR., ‘12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 Assori ate Editors C,. A. BARKER , ‘12 H. M. EVANS, ‘13 _Iv_!._~ i. _KRIMMEL , ‘_13 ,T. D. I-IOGARTH, 14 F. C. DOSE , 14 Busines s Ma nag er E. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKLIN , ‘12 THEO. LENCHN ER , ‘_12
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
J. C. MARKLE All Kinds of Choice Meats F,h in ,ca,sn 138 College Avenue Both phones IL’ _if - I_._))_. _1_; I ~C€ _Je _~ _uaF_€ _c _; _~ i _~~ l O l- tlc- ~ a_12 - POST CARDS - C_0LL gQE _JEwEI RY CHAS. A. WOMER Tonsorial Artist Your p ut _ion _nue zoi _ic_;_e d Fi _rs tc la ss _so,_5 guur UNDER HOTEL