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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
_‘FFie _~ ]E-Iig1-’i~~ t ~ ir’i d _~ tr ci _iri c ~ t r-y- Th e ~~ ttidei-it’ ~~ _I_ ~~ _uiidry çWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. IjOur laundry is modern in all departments. _‘ _~ jWe cate r to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. ~ J You will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. E. Shore ‘13 _1 J. L. McC reary ‘12 _j_. STUDENT AGENTS L. A. Davis ‘12 _I ( E. T. 4 ~ spIun dh ‘12 STUDENT AGENTS ~B. M. Her man ‘12 _I T. W . Harris ‘13
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
_I No. _I No, Dec. 20, 1010 2. _I 4. p_._se . pm. Lv NEW yome Ar _• o.is _to_._la Lv PH ILADELPHIA Ar 0 _213 7.60 Lv. HARRISBURG Ar 225 Lv _PUITS BUISG Ar 2.10 6.52 Lv ALTOON A Ar 11.00 Lv TYRONE Ar 1025 2.i5 p.m Lv _WILLIAMSI_! ORT Ar 12 16 2.65 Lv LOOK HAVEN Ar _i _~ i ~ ’ ó _‘ _~ 1ib Lv BELLEFONTE _S Ar 8 50 12,50 COLEVILLE 840 12.30 MORR IS sa _l STEVENS 8.86 HUNTERS PARK 8,81 FILL MoRE 8,28 _13,18 BRIARLY 8.24 WAD DLES 8,20 12.10 Ar _KRUMRI NE Lv 8.07 SPATE COLLEGE ts,00 _tll.sO _s. m. _5_TRUa _LES 7,46 BLOO _MSD_031_F 7.4 PINE GROVE MILLS t7.s5 Ar Lv _Suedn _~ ’ . Eastern Tim With _Penesylv _~ nia B. R.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
Get in the Habit of asking us for a bid on your job work We will s u r p r _I se you In quality and price The Keystone Gazette Bellefonte Both Telephones e. L _‘ ~ Ct_’ _~~rs’ ~~~~~~~ _~ ?a’r ~ o ~ ‘_itt ~~~ Cotteae _5 ~ _.:_o_8_. Hair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
A. H. 11—206, 207 Ag. Dons. Sci. 3’—W. Stir. 9—212 En. Math _. 109—126 Ma. Wednesday, June 5, 8:30 A. M. Mchs . 1—9 10, 11, 12, C. A 201, 202, 212 En. Ger. 63—340 Ma. Ger . 64—340—0 Ma. El. Des. 1—21-B. and 24 El. R. R. 3—384 Ma. Arch. 10—203 En. Wednesday, June 5, 1:30 P. _.M_. Hor t. 1—Am. Bibliog. 1—Libra ry K.
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
CAN HELP YOU if you want employment and can afford to prepare for a paying position - GOING INTO BUSINESS ? Then investigate EASTMAN before you decide on your college. Consider What it will mean to you to begin business "full panoplied" as _Munerva sprang from the head of Jove—eq uipped BEFOREHAND with what most college men and women have to learn after graduating through along, painful , poorly paid or costly apprenticeshij _,. EASTMAN teaches all that is essential to training for business—d uring college life, a wholesome, energizing experience, affording, time and money considered , just as much of all the cultural activities—physical , intellectual , and social— while you are in college, and very much more after you are through. For EASTMAN graduates are ready for work and are not obliged to hunt aimlessly for "something to do. " Position n are offered them promptly, _and they earn higher salaries at the start and advance faster up because they KNOW BTJSINPSS before they begin. ...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
c ~~ a11 ~~ g ~~ ’ Ea y ~~ , .Att e i-it ic i-i Young men often say to me, policy do me if _I die ?". Bless your heart, tell me of anything that will do you any good if you die. But it will do others good. It will help to reimburse that mother or father, if you die, who scratched and saved to put you through college. And if you live and keep up tue payments to maturity, I can tell you of policies that will not only _ptotect those you love or to whom you may be indebted for funds to complete your course, but will pay you back personally at maturity all you put in or more. Do you know that after you have paid one full annual premium in my company, should you become totally and permanently disabled and unable to earn money, your policy will become a fully paid policy for the face of it? , The latest wrinkle in life insurance. Let me tell you about this—also many other things that will surely interest you—and make you money.
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
N ~~ w Vc rk L if ~~ 1r ~~~ . c ~ o. JESSIE D. WHITE, 124 W. College, Ave Resolution of Condolence. Whereas God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove by death our beloved classmate, F. E. Gregg, be it resolved, that the class of 1913 of The Pennsylvania State College extend its sincere sympathy to the members of the family in their bereavement. Be it also resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be entered upon the class minutes and be published in the Penn State Collegian. Furthermore, be it resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family. Committee, Ira S. Nippes
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
H. P. Kocher C. E. Swab. Professor W. ~ A_. Cocbel Resigns, Professor W.A._Cochel _’ Head of the Animal Husbandry Department, at Penn State has accepted a similar position at the’ Kansas _‘Agricultural College, . Manhattan. ‘The _- change will occur July 1. Mr. Cochel’ s practical turn of mind has been well displayed in he work with which he has won the confidence of Indiana and Pennsylvania stockmen. He is well fitted to take charge of the large herds and _experimenta work carried on by the Kansas college.
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
An Architectural Engineering society has been established. At the meeting held May 7, 1912 the following members were elected to office—Pres. E. A. Roth; V. Pres. M. lvi_. Golden; Sec. and Treas. _.M. _Kressly. _____________ Yale statistics show that 13 out of every 1000 students die each year, while only 7 out of every 1000 athletes await the same fate.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
J. C. Smith & Son Dealers in Genera l : Hardware Builders’ Material The best In the country Oils, paints, glass, cemez.t are handled by me , If and stoves want PURE goods at a Roofing and spouting fair price you can get the m only from Housefurrilshlng Goods, Etc. tbe 1Rittan _llnn State College UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF _~~~ _va_\\_a _~~~~~~~~~~ e _cpv _~ er JAMES P AIKENS -- — ~ T_.H E HOME OF TH E _- — PENN STATE _- FOOTBALL TEAM ~~ .]HJ .0 rF~~ ~~~~ THEIR FRIENDS WILL ALWAYS RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION The new fall styles l_.don’t talk _I make signs or snoes just in at Lettering of trunks and suit cases my spe—cisIty. _I_’uater. show _._sd display _en,_4_. L.._. D. ~ F_’ ~ VE ’S GRAS. A. WOMER , State College — _~~~ ‘- ~~~~~ - -- — I_’ ~iT~~~~~~~~ er _’ ~~~~~ First Class Restauran t the o _~ _lte _~ n _’ ~ , 3 Ice Cream and Confectionery _‘" _~~~~~~ - _‘?_c ~ _oto ~ _Tav_\wr 1106 EAST COLLEGE AVENUE and deale r _i ~ ~~~ ~~~ Lock Haven Steam Laundry ~~~ _~ ,_a_’ _to _~ ass wo...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
tMunung 1 and 2—200 _Miii_. Mining 5 and 6—119 _Mm . Hist. 14—114 Ma. Hist. 16_’—114 Ma. Math. 17—106 Ma. Thursday, June 6, 8:30 A. M Agro. 5—103 Ag. Hort. 3—109, 206 Ag. Hort. 10—206 Ag. Mining 19—200 _Mm . Met. 2—119 _Mitt. Ht. Eng. 17—202 En. Phil. 1—Library K. Thursday, June 6, 1:30 P. M. _md_. Eng. 3—109 A. Eng. Ger. 4 (Soph. and Fresh.) 10, _11, 12 C. A., 103, 109, 206 Ag Ech. E. 1—21 B. El. Ech. E. 4—21 B and 24 El, Math. 13—438 Ma. Zool. 8—Am. Zool. 20—Am, Friday, June 7, 8:30 A. M. Hort. 12—206 Ag. Ger. 62—340 Ma. Ger. 65—329, 340— 0 Ma. Geol. 2—200 _Mm_. Str. 2—306, 309 En. Dr. 84—203 En. Math. 5-—437 Ma. Math. 9—437 Ma. Friday, June 7, 1:30 P. M. L. G. 3—207 Ag. L. G. 4—207 Ag. Agro. 6—103, 109, 206 Ag. Mm . 2—11 ~ M _m . _Mm . 12—119 _Mm . - Phil: 3- ~ Library K. Ag. Chern. 9—2 11 Ag., 259 D. Math. 10—437 Ma. College exercises for Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors will close _Thurdday, May 30, at 12:20 P. M. All persons having conflicts in examinations should report them ...