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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 25 May 1905

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

Base Ball The members of the California Normal Baseball team arrived here last Friday afternoon. In the evening the fellows at the Track House organized an impromtu stag dance for the visitors. The game started with the visitors at the bat , but it took onl y enough time for a one , two , three order to retire the side. As usual State started her batting part of the first inning with a tremendous slaughter on the opposing pitcher ’s delivering. In short order the first three batters occupied bases. Mcllveen then put finishing touches to the inning by knocking out a three bagger , scoring three runs. Throughout the game all State men played with spirit consistent with the revenge for the defeat of week before last. Our boys hit so hard that in the fifth inning McCleary was forced to retire from the box and Abbot , who pitched such excellent ball against us in the first game, took his place. The latter seemed to pitch better ball but at times he was somewhat wild. In the field the Nor...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

Calendar. SATtJRDAY , JUNE 3. Examinations begin . SUNDAY , JUNE 4. 11.OOA. M. Chapel. Dr. Gill will preach. 6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. Inspection. The regular annual inspection of the battalion was held Friday morning at ten o’clock. The inspecting was done by Major Gresham of the United States Cavalry. The battalion presented an excellent appearance and although the inspection was not so rigid as in several previous years the rating will no doubt be higher. The marching was excellent as were all the maneuvers and Captain Lawton expressed himself as being well pleased with the drill and inspection in general. Various movements were executed on the drill field above Dr. Gill’s residence after the inspection and later an exhibition in skirmishing and charging was given on the front campus. Advance guard work was also performed by one of the companies. A number of visitors were present and viewed the inspection and work of the battalion.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

E. E. Society The Electrical Engineering Society enjoyed its last monthly "Feed" of the year last Saturday evening. The affair took on the nature of a farewell reception to the Seniors. Toasts appropriate to the occasion were given. About a dozen l_;Lers from different 1904 Electricals were read and proved exceedingly interesting.

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

Thursday, JUNE 1, 1905 EDITOR IAL Although the local faculty committee on athletics took up the A. L. Smith foot ball affair and made a clear statement in the Philadelphia papers in the fall of 1903, a certain writer in McClures Magazine seems to be fully unaware of the true facts of the case. The following clippings are of interest to the college students here and are worthy of reproduction. According to the magazine article , the statements of which are mostly false, State is placed is a very unfavorable light. Smith did not attend classes at Penn immediately after our game with that university. Also it is impossible to see how he could have entered U. of P. without his honorable dismissal from State which he did not receive until after the Annapolis game. Every game he played with State he did while a student here. The writer of the magazine article goes on as follows : "Although a "star " athlete , he (Smith ) was one of the ‘‘dirtiest’ ’ players on the gridiron. Smith is the ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

STATE COLLE GIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the inte rest of The Pennsylvan ia Stat e College. Entered at the Post Office , St ate College , Pa. as iecond 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 CIRCU LATION MANAGER W. A. SLATER , ‘07 ADVERTIS ING MANAG ER , W. N. LE PAGE , ‘08.

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

SUBSCRIPTION . $1.50 per year or $1.25 if paid within 30 days after da te of subscri ption.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

mental Laws of Electrolytic Construction. Jones , H. C.—The Modern Theory of Solution. Lewis, E. P.— The effects of a Magnetic Field on Radiation. Mackenzie , A. S.—The The Laws of Gravitation. Magie , W. F.—The Second Law of Thermodynamics. Randall , W. W.—The Expansion of Gases by Heat. Richardson , G. M .—The Foundations of Stereo-chemistry. Statesman ’s Year-book , 1905. MINING DEPARTMENT New York State Mu ~ eum—Report on Paleontology. Agricultural Experiment Station Tile report of the Pennsylvania Station for 1903-04 is j ust being distributed , the printing of it having been seriously delayed. The report contains a full account of the work of the year. As of specIal interest may be noted the experiments upon the growth of Sumatra tobacco under shade , which are quite full y illustrated , the tests of varieties of wheat , oats and potatoes , the experiments upon the use of green forage crops for dairy cows and those upon the value of shelter for fattening cattle. Interesting re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

over and I was no longer a useful member of the college community, ’ as Mr. Needham says. _"_I left college because I intended to come back next year as football coach , and will finish up my course then. " We print the above articles in an effort to place State in the true light. Library Hours. Week Days : 7.55 a.m. -—10 p.m. Sundays 3-5 p.m. Recent Additionsto the Library. Students ’ Edition of a Standard Dictionary of the English Language. BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT. Nature Library. v. 1 Double_. day—Bird Neighbors. v. 2 Double day—Birds that hunt and are hunted. v. 3 Dugmore—Bird Homes. v. 4 Stone—American Animals. v. 5 Jordan—American Food and Game Fishes. v. 6 Holland—The Butterfly Book. v. 7 Holland—The Moth Book. v. 8 Howard—The Insect Book. v. 9 Double day—Nature ’s Gar- V. 10 Marshall—The Mushroom Book. Harriman Alaska Expedition—Alaska, v. 8-11. Ames, 3. S.—The Discovery of Induced Electric Currents , 2 v. Ames, 3. S.—The Free Expansion of Gases. Ames, 3. S.—Prismatic and Diffrac...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

Tennis. In additon to those noted in the last issue of the COLLEGIAN. the following games have been played in the tennis tournament for the Stevenson Cup: Perry and Crocker defeated Quigley and Armsby 10-8 and 7-5. Mitchell and McConnell defeated Sankey and Childs , 6_.3 and 6-2. Stewart and Dunn won by default from Potteiger and Ashcraft. This narrows the contest down to four teams: Barnet and Stevenson , Crocker and Perry, Stewart and Dunn , and the winers of the match between Mitchell and McConnell and Robinson and Ferguson. It took Robinson and Ferguson three sets to defeat Mitchell and Mc Connel. Scores 3-6, 6-2 , 6-3. Agriculturists’ Trip. The Senior Agriculturists left here Saturday morning, May 20, on their annual inspection trip. The members arrived in Philadelphia and registered at the Hotel Hanover. On Sunday morning they journeyed to Atlantic City and returned the next day. The following three days were spent in inspecting in the vicinity of Philadel phia. A visit was ma...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

Alumni Notes Lyons , ‘04, and Norris , ‘04, are on the married list. E. E. Ale, ‘04, is occupied in general telephone installation at Duluth . Minn. C. H. Swanger , ‘04, is instructor in Chemistry at the Michigan State Agricultural College. M. L. Gray. ‘04, has a position with the Union Switch and Signal Company of Swissvale , Pa. E. A. Whitworth , ‘04, of the United States Steel Co. Homestead , Pa., spent a few days at the college this week. Rev. Edwin W. Saphore , ‘82, of _Watertown_, N. Y., last week made his first visit to the college since his graduation. He will return for the Alumni reunion. It is rumored that A. K. Risser ‘04, was recently married. Mr. Risser was a member of the class of 1903 originally but he received a position as recorder of experiments which took up so much of his time that he was not granted a degree until last year. He has been working in Topeka , Kat., for some time but has accepted a position in Manilla. Philippine Islands and with his bride he will ...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

AGENTS WANTED to sell the Novels of PAUL DE KOCK. The Outlook says " he is one of the most ~ _musin g writers of the century; " and _l_3u lwer wrote of him , " more racy and owerfu l than any other writ er I am aware of." Pamp hlet sent on _reque ~ t. GEORGE BAitluE & _SoNs , 13 13 ‘ Walnut Street , Philadel phia.

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

AGENTS ANYBODY CAN DO IT AGENTS We want good live representatives to take orders for "Peuro or Pearl" Medallions. Entirel y new. Sell at sight. Big money. Exclusive territory given. Agents’ supplies. Novelties up-todate. Write at once. Universal Manufacturing Co. Pittsburg, Pa. "KNACK" or "KNOW-HOW" in Clothes Makin g, call it what you will , "SIM" modelse mbodyi t. They press their claim upon your attentio n by the distinctiveness of the pattern s, the excellency of the workmanshi p and their conformity to the latest whis per of the mode. Prices are their winnin g features , because they ’re j ust moderateen ough. DO YOU GET A SUNDAY PAPER ? Why not the Pittsburg Press?—A live , up-to-date newspaper , which contains each Sunday a column of State College Athletic News.— Try one . . _GRAh AM , The BARBER , sells them KRLJMRINE & PEARCE STATE ~ S BIG STORE DR Y GOODS In all _tue _iipw, _st_, c foci s In Wool a _itti \_Va _’,_Ii I"abr _lcs CENTS’ FURNISHINGS The _be_’,t _lI ne ...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

COTRELL & LEONARD ALBANY _. N. V Makers of CAPS , GOWNS AND HOODS to the American Colleges an d Un,vers, t ,_eg Class Con 1,-acts a Specially

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

LOCALS Dr. F. E. Clark , is entertaining his father and brother. The question of the inter-class baseball games seems to be a dead issue. Heaton, ‘08 , of Altoona , entertained his mother at the college last week. C. L. Goodling, ‘07. entertained his parents of Loganville at the college last week. On account his health , R. K. Tate , ‘08 , has left college for his home in _Wellsborro . R. M. Guie, ‘08, has returned to college after a short visit to his home in West Chester. At the solicitations of ‘ the Senior class Captain Lawton has arranged to have the band return to drill . The annual competitive drill will be held on Saturday of exam week. No exams are scheduled for that day. A large number of fellows attend the circus in Lemont last Friday evening. A few "rough house " affairs resulted. R. S. Mitchell , ‘07, entertained his brother at College a few days last week. Mr. Mitchell is a sailor on the U. S. Battleship Texas. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Pond will go abroad at the close of the...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

D. Klein & Bro PHILADELPHIA Supplies for Militar y Schools and Ooll eges Unifor _m Clothi ng, Caps and Shoulder Straps , Swords, Belts, Gloves , Legg ins , etc., etc. _M_._tICEI _IS OF TI ! E _~~ ‘ UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENTS FOR THE P. S. C. Represented by ~~~~~ W. R. DUNN , in A rmory ~

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

It will Pa y You To bu3 your Dry Goods Notions , Shoes , Groceries , Etc., of us. Our reputatioii stands back of the goods , which are better, brighter and snapp ier than ever before. Holm es & Co CO _, ~ I _~~ C ~~ Stat e College, Pa

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 1 June 1905

THE State CoUe e Hotel J. B. Shuman , Pro prietor CENTRALLY LOCit ’l’El) SPECIAL RATES ‘ro S’L’LjDEN’L’S EXCELLENT ATT ENTION GIV E N TO _TRA NS iE N T TRADE LIVERY [N _CONNECT iON STEAM HEAT _0001) CUISINE A _Ii_’D ~ E LINE _OF_’ CIGARS ALWAYS ON _h AND ~

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