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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
The Appropriation. The bill passed unanimously by the state legislature appropriating $357 ,-536 for the college w as cut down some by Governor Pennypacker along with a great many others. He swung his axe deep into the very trunk of what should be our chief support. The _followirg are the items vetoed : The appropriation for the new agricultura. l building was cut from $150 ,000 as recommended by the legislature to $75 ,000, the item of $21 ,583 for the extension of the heating and lighting plant for the agricultural building was vetoed altogether , the item of $7 ,500 for new equipments for the different engineering departments was cut to $2 ,500 and that oI $3000 for repairing the boiler rooms and putting in new pipt s was cut $2000. The total reductic n was $103,583. Co ~ opera t ive Society Election At a meeting of the students Cooperative Association held Wednesday evening, May _10 , the following persons were elected to represent the differert ck’sses as directors : Foltz and ...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
COLLEGE STUDIO STATE Stands as a synon ym for all that is new , artistic and up-to date in Photography. If you watch this space during this college year we will try and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction. Please call and e iamine our work. 1V[ I Tr THI A I- _‘IT I _‘V’_!. V- _~ ~ ~ ~~ ~
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
rf]Ij E M cALL I _STER DINING _h _ALL Wi be open to serve meals on and after Wednesday, April _5, 1905, 12 00 noon. MEAL HOURS 7:00 TO 8:00 12:00 TO 1:00 5:30 TO 6:30 Arim i 21 consecutive nie"is , $3 _25, by ticket , cash in advance 21 _meais , good _unt ii used , _$5._00, cash in advanc e Sinele meal ticket. So cents. Your Patrona te W H. HOUSEL Respectfully Soiicited Caterer ~
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
’HARVEY S BA KERY FOR FINE CONFECTIONERY _I‘_i _~ _ui _dit_. _t_, iLl WayS fu’e_’,_lt l,_ceau_’_,_c we _bu y _utu iuutC’i’ _I_,’uu _() M _~ i._LNuI_?_AC_1’URIeItS RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT QU _lOut I_,_ITN _CIi _1 ~~ A Si’IRt i _Ai_._TY Oysters Ice Cream Soda W ater _‘,_i_’ _It _Au .O’AYS _‘_l ucy _Vt) _Pi_,_it ._LSit _()j ii_( CL’S’I ’OMitI_(_S HARVEY BROS Prop ’ s ~
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 18 May 1905
Pa lace Restauran t _( _~ o _iIim_’ i_’ _e Cdi’ ;I _mmii _iii r _~ _aimn — ~ _viciit _~ , _~ i _uid ( ~ _iii _ris [ _~ _iiiie _li \ye _ti ~~ t ~ _m,imi’ _use,. _IItnIiI_’ —ia_) i i’d _Ita imi _iii _~ ,_ttmnisvi _cIii ~ s. Oysters served In all sty les Boarding by the week , day or mea l W. G. C. ~ ldwefl , Proprietor
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
Tennis Most of the qualif yi ng matches of the tennis tournament have been played in spite of the bad weather we have had. On Wednesday af ternoon at the Sigma Chi court Heaton and Leitzell wer e defeated by Lytle and Gates by the scores 9-5. Prof. Hump hrie s refereed. Later the same afternoon Quigley and Arrnsby defeated Dunkle and Engle in the first set by the score 6-3 but this match was then stopped by the rain and has not yet been played off. The match for Thursday between Bashore and Diehl , and Crocker an d Perry was played at 6 p.m., the latter winning out by the scores 7-5 and 6-5. Barnett was referee. On Friday afternoon Dunn and Stewart defeated Clay and Patterson by the score 6-5, 5-6 on the Phi Sigma Kappa court before Stevenson as refe ree. On Monday evening Barre tt and Stevenson defeated Lytle and Gates in the first one of the preliminar y matches. The cont ests were well played in spite of the strong wind and two duce sets resulted with final scores 7-5 and 8-6. Sl...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
Base Ball After cleaning things up in grand shape on their Southern and Eastern trips , State ’s Varsi ty nine took a two day jaunt throug h Western Pennsylvania expecting two more victories. But , alas and alack ! the opposing nines of the bituminous district played such fast and furious ball against Captain Ray ’s boys that they were fortunate in returning home with a single hard earned scalp. At California "Stick s" pitched winning ball , but State ’s hitters could not do any business whatever with AbbOtt’s curves. California ’s batters secured only four hits , each on e of them a pop fl y, but they played brilliant ball in the field and deserved to win the game. For California a younger brother of our star short-stop, "Birdie " Cree , did hi mself pro ud at second base , and the "brother business ’S seem ed to be sort of a hoodoo on the entire trip, as the next day at West Virginia , Earle M ason, a brother of State ’s third baseman , was a big factor in making the (Continued on...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
Calendar SATURDAY_, MAY 27. Baseball. State vs. California Normal on Beaver Field. SUNDAY , MAY 28. 11.00 A. M. Chapel. Dr. Schaeffer will preach . 6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. MONDAY . MAY 29. Baseball. State vs. Villanova College at Atlantic City N. J. TUESDAY , MAY 30. Baseball. State vs. Princeton at Princeton. N. _._11.
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
Thursday, MAY 25, 1905 EDITORIAL Now that we are taking good care of the campus for the semi-centennial alumni reunion let us consider still another way by which we may improve the general appearance of the grounds. It is an easy matter to tear up paper and drop it on one of the paths ; but it is a ten times harder matter to pick up tha t paper again. At this commencemen t of all commencements we want to leav e a good impression on our visi tors ; and we are going to have a record breaking nu mber of them. So fellows , be a little thoug htful and avert any thing that in any way _i _~ iay mar the fine appeara nce of the campus. Fro m J oh nstown Democrat. A party of State College students re turned to their studies yesterday morning after making a two-day trip through the grea t Cambria Steel Company works. The students were in charge of Prof. Edward Fawkes. Among the visitors was Clarence Lynnville , one of the ‘varsity basketball players. A Letter to the Alumni. The undersigned Com...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Pub lished on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Penns ylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office , State College , Pa. as secon d class matter. EDITORS, T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06, Chief , W. 3. DUMM , ‘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.