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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
The First Nati onal Bank BEL L EFONT E rapitsi _$_llS,ttUl t Surp lus $l25,_ltOtt Ci _canl es _McCurdt _’ _._Ini K. _Raral _itirt - _l_’ res _iiir nt Cashi er _I_. C. HOLM E S STAPLE allil FANCY GROCER IES , FRUITS Best Quality Best Service Your patronage solicited ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE James M. Williams General Tinning, Roofing Spouting and Furnace Work Sh op ~ South Frazier street ’Sheffler s Restaurant Opposite H otel Pies Sandwiches Soups
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 May 1912
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
NOTRE DAME W NS Visitors Play Past Game and Break Penn State ’ s Row of Victoj ies. Whitney ’ s Support Ragged. In a game marred by bad weather and poor support back of Whit ney, _Noti e Dame won from Penn State on Saturday_, 6 to 1. Henderson was 6ut of the game with an injured hand and his _"peppel _" was missed , although Vogt caught a creditable game. Notre Dame lived up to their reputation of having ohe of the fastest college tea ms of the year. They were fast on the bases, fielded cleanly, made their hits count , and deserved to win. Crawford scored for State lb the first when he hit to right for _thiec bases, and crossed the plate on Bie _i’s sacrifice fly to centre field. The visitors made two in the second. Granfield walked and scored with Arnfield on th ~ _latte ~ ’_s circui t smash to right field. Kelly was wild but was unhittah ie with men on bases, while the visitors scored three runs in the third on three hits , a sacrifice , two errors an d a passed ball. Their final ...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
VICTORY UN THE TRACK Penn State Team Defeats Colgate at Hamilton , N. Y., by the Good Margin of Twenty-three Points. Contrary to expectations , Penn State defeated tile Colgate track team last Saturday on _Whitmiall Field , Hamilton , N. Y. in a dual meet by the score of 63 1-2 to 40 1-2. Colgate scored only three first places to State’s ten. First ari d second places only were counted. Finer and Lamb starred as individuals. One Collegiate record was broken by Mc. Laughlin of Colgate, in the broad jump. Summaries: 100-yard dash —Finer , Penn State, first; McDonald , Colgate, second. Time 10 2-5 seconds. 120-yard hurdles—Pickard , Colgate, first; Pier Penn State, second. Time 17 seconds. One-mile run—Gould. Colgate, first; Lum , Penn State, second. Time 4.33 2-5_. 440-yard dash—Leyden Penn State first; Baker, Colgate second Time 52 1-5 seconds. Two-mile run—Keyser. Penn State, first; Carney. Colgate, second. Time, 10.08. 220-yard hurdles—Pier , Penn State, first, _Pickard , Colgate, ...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
IEWS FROM TURKEY Constantinople , April _15, 1912 When this letter reaches State College the Italian-Turki sh war will probabl y be ended; but here it is very much in _evidence, We reached the entrance to the _Dardanelles yesterday morning at daylight on a French ;e_;_scl horn Sn _ymn _s , but a _sm ~ lI Turkish gu nboat olocked _ouf way and v_,e lay untul noon unde r the guns of the fort ~ which guard the entrance on eithcu hand. A number of other ve_:_ac ~ wend likewse _hckl but rt last the litt _ic boat lcd the crooked way _amon g the subma rine ia’iuj _C_, with which the entrance is said to he p laite _I and _ne f _ollov_, _cci in a long line , crossing _and re-crossing the nairo . ’ ~ tuait as our leader led the way. Rumors ieached us at Smyrna that Italian v at vessels wean hiding behind _Sam nos _Islan_: , but this news oss discounted along with others of its kind. We landed here thus _cc ornirg and alma oat at the sa me hour the Italia _n hicct of tv enty-sc vcn vessels eppe...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
THURSDAY. MAY 16, 1912 An Expla- The editorial in last nation, week’s "Collegian" toward the recent Athletic Association proceedings regarding the Basketball Amendments was based on insufficient advertising of the same. In justification of the officers of the Association, this matter was properly announced and thoroughly discussed at a Mass Meetii_,g before the Easter vacation. Here it was the sentiment of those present that Basketball become a Minor Sport. It therefore seemed only necessary to act upon this question officially to make it constitutional and this was done Wednesday morning, May 1. This explains the lack of previous notice in regards to this matter. The object of our editorial was not to criticise regular proceedings of the Athletic Association. The idea was not that the basketball question had not been settled according to the Constitution , being, as it was, unanimously decided by nine hundred students. Our point was simply to suggest in the future, taking the proce...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian Publ _is hed a,. Thu rsday of each seek dur ing the college year by the students of lee Penns ylvania State Cotiege lathe interest of the Students . Fac aity, Alumni sad Friends of the college, Entered at the Po._toffica . State College, Pa . as _sec_.cnd class matter Editor In _ChIef R. M. EVANS, _‘_18 Assistant EdItor M. A. KRIMMEL , ‘_18 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 J. D. HOGARTH , ‘14 F. C. DOSE, ‘14 D. HESS, ‘14 3. R. MATH _ER S, ‘_15 W. S. PARKINSON , Jr. , ‘_Ill BusinessiMana ger E. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants THEO. _LENCIINER, ‘12 M. M. GRIJBBS, ‘_13 B. R. HENDERSON , _‘_11 SUBSCRIPT _ION. _$1.50 per year or $1.25 if paid within 30 day. afles dote of _._ubscri _pttoo_.
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
proud to have—it was true Penn State spirit , and we can feel proud of ourselves. At all times , we are glad _I ~ otices to publish in the columns or in the calendar of the " Collegian " information concerning important meetings or special events of the future. However , for our security, we kindly ask that all advance notices- of any kind be signed by proper authorities. EXAMINATION SCHEDULE. In Freshman , Sophomore , and Junior Subjects. Final examinations will be held May 31—June 7 in subjects and buildings named below. Abbreviations : Ag.—Agricultural Building; Am.—Amphitheatre; B— Botany Building; C. A.—Chemistry Annex; D—Dairy Building; El.— Electrical Building; En. —Eng ineer ing Building; F—Forestry Building; Ma.—Main Building; _Min.—Mining Building; P—Physics Building; W—Woman ’s Building. Friday, May 31, 8:30 A. M. For. 2—F For. 10—P _Cheat. 105-6—106, 114, 340 384, 437, 438 Ma., Am., 9, 10, _11, 12 C. A. Str. 21—201 En. Str. 1—202, 211 A En. Phys. 203—1 P Ag. Chem. 1—206 ...