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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
1_: ~~~~~~~~~~~~ .\\ _, ‘ _~~~~~~~ Copyright Hart Scbaffncr & _Maix Fashion Display Thursday and Friday May 2nd and 3rd - Nittany Inn Ready to wear Clothes Suits Raincoats Outing trousers Full dress Suits_- _‘ Custom tailoring SIM THE CLOTHIER OORREOT DRESS FOR MEN BELLE FONTE Clothes Distributor of Hart , Schaffner & Marx ; Garson Meyers & Co. ; Pellheim.
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
Head_.quarters for WALK-OVER EDUCATOR C RA W FORD 00$ PATRI C IAN BANISTER COUSINS Always in stock , a good. line of gymnasium shoes. JUST ARRIVED : A line of early Spring Shoes , in both Men ’s and. Wom ens . C N. -F I FIE I Successpr to A. H. Ijarts wick ~ ~~ ~ ~
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
A. _0_. SPALDINO & BROS - ‘The a r e t h e _ILargest Manufacturers i n Spalding the World of Trade-Mark - - _- OFFICIAL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ EQUIPMENT FOR ALL ATHLETIC SPORTS AND PASTIMES is known ______ throughout the wor ld as a IF YO" are tntere ted U to _Athlet_,_c _5_por t you Guarantee should hove a copy of the Spaldtog Catalogue. It’. a complete _eurlyrlop ed _la of of _Qj ~ ality of WRAT _s NEW IN SPO RT audi_, seat free on request ~~ . 9. S _£_I_1_~~~ t_9~ NEW YOR E 126-128 Na.,_au slyset 29-33 West 42d Street
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 May 1912
_‘_11 ~ e Qj ~ ja lity Shop An ellabliihmcnl which is noted ior _iii fine quolily _ci iciterprcu printing _‘. Every order receiveo the per_,qnul stlention of the msnnger thus insuring perfect _sohlefad tion The Nittany Printing and Publishing Company _w State Collage
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
INTERSCHOLASTIC TRACK MEET Harrisburg High School Lads Win First Place —Fast Time Made in the 440—Medals Presented to Winners. With perfect weather and’ the track in the finest kind of condition , the Annual Interscholastic Athletic Meet was held on New Beaver Field, Friday afternoon , May 3. First honors were taken by the Harrisburg Central High School which secured a total of 48.5 points. .Juniata Prep, took second with a total of 32 points and Johnstown High third with a total of 29. Fourth and fifth p!accs were taken by Williamsport Dickinson Seminary and Bellefonte Academy who scored 25.5 and 16 points respectively. The athletic scholarship, offe red to the highest individual point-winner, was carried off by Clark , of Harrisburg High , wh o took three firsts in the weight events. All the contestants who secured places were awarded gold , silvcr or bronze medals. Summaries : 100 yard d ash—Won by Ludwig Johnstown; _Itobison , Harrisburg, _sec ond; Collopy, _Bellefoiite , third ...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
A NEW FRATERNITY Tau Beta P_1, Honorary Eng ineering Fraternity, Established at Penn State. On Saturday evening, May 4, the Beta Chapter of Pennsylvania Tao Beta Pi was ~or mally installed a_’ Penn State. Membership is conferred upon Engineering students to mark in a fittin g man ner those who have brought honor to their Alma Mater by a high grade of scholarship as undergraduates , and to foster a spirit of libera l cult ure in the Engineering schools of America. The installatio n was _follo wed by a banquet at the Nittany Inn. The following visitors acted as installing officers:— L. E. Moore, Wisconsin ‘00; C. R. Dooley, Purdue~ _00_; W_. _I. Nevins , Lehigh ‘12; W. H Freygang, Stevens ‘12. The followin g facul y men , already members of Tau Beta Pi , assisted in the installation: J. A. Mease, Lehigh ‘05; H. D. Pallister , Case ‘06; A. L_. Johnson. Colorado _‘_11_. The Seniors who were initiated as charter membe ms are:—J . W. Fortenbaug h , H. M. Pier, T. C. McConnell , E. C. Webe...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
_ANOTIIE SHUTOUT Whitmiey Again Holds _Dickimison Scoreless and Jilts a H me i ~ un. Bien and Crai g Feature the Fielding. For the _~ c’crinrl t’nic thi s scason Whitney _piov _’ d too much of a problem for thu l)_iclc nson ColIc-ge hitter s , and Penn State scoied a _nt ’ther ~ hiit—o _w victory on _Biilcll e F’ielcl at C_, _rlide last Friday. Whitney was _sIce ~ y at all times antI Dickinson ’s four h its v.ere _scattcied throug h as many innings. He had te’i strike—o uts to ins credit while his team mates gave him ermorless suppo t. Whitney nct coly pitchcd a great Came but , practi _rsl ly won hi~ u wn _gam e in the thi rd inni ng by moaki p one of the _‘ ongest _heme run hits ever made on Piddle _FicIcI . Carson ami d Ebemlein also hit hai d while Bien and Craig furnished the fielding features. Bien handled eight chance s at ~ h ’irt fiel d Without an error. _Msm_:y c-if his assists acre on difficult hits. Craig caught Bicnne man ’s fly in dec-p centre amid doubled Patteison , ...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian _utliI,_ti _eti 0_I ~ _1_h_,_u _,, _tc iay _ci cacti sook ,ior inii the _~ _oiiey_, _, year by the students _ci ‘l,ie Pennsylvania _St _._tte Colleg e _ii_. t _u e inter est _af t _u e Slu d _on t . . Foe t ity, Atumni an d Friend, of stir college i’.nt _ern d _01 stir Po _.to _ific _r , State _Coiir ge _, P a as _,_rv_. ,,_tiri_,_tos m_._t tt _er _SUII SCR _I PT m O N St _Slyer sour or 01 .2 _5_,_1 po’d _,_ot t _h_)_e _II days _oft ~ , _ii ~ of ,uh ,cr _,_p t tus THURSDAY , MAY 9. 1912 Concerning Our During the pres-Motions. ent colleg iate year two important motions have been passed in mass meetings in connection with our Athletics. At the adoption of the Minoi Sports’ Constitution , a certain section therein providing for the awarding of an tSt to the varsity tennis men was included. Evidently this section , although stated in the columns of the Penn State Collegian and posted on the bulletin board , was not fully understood by the student body, as the motio...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
C. ~~~~ . ~ Ct _~ tTs’ ~~ oo ~~ a_\ _~ l_?_a _~ uo ~ _it_?_. East ~ ottcEn _3_’ _~ _on_. Hair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed the appearance of our campus, at this important point, by the addition of ornamental shrubbery and sodding, but they have eliminated , we have every right to expect, the disfiguring path , that has always existed at this point, leading towards Main Building. Fortunately for us, we have a campus that is a gift from nature. Nowhere in the state and , perhaps, nowhere in the country can any oLher institution boast of superior natural scenery. So much is this true that _oi _~ mr grounds have been eft largely to their own fate and yet by our, visiting friends , their praises are always among the first to be sounded. Penn State men have alwa.ys been loyal to their institution , and eager and willing tb do anything to further her progress. Now fellows, since the Landscape Gardening Department has _s _~ set us more than half way, let us do our part. If it...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
- _~ .B . _, _~ t_13_cse ~ J’ _efe_.r _Iu_2 _~ i O _~ ’ ~ t’iei _~ ,_ts ~ POST CARDS } ~~~ ~~~~ _~~~ ~~~~ COL_,LEGE JEW ELRY CHAS_. ~~~~ _WOM ER . EVEY Tonsorial Artist _4_ss_.. _...._I_. _,_t _1 _‘ ~ I ~~~ t _’’ ~ f Your p_,tron_.se g o _licte _~ 1 F _ir _otc _lu _ss _‘cork sour. CAB WOR K A SPEC I ALTY UNDER HOTEL Both ‘Phones