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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 May 1912
The Qj a1ity Shop An eftablishment which is noted for its fine qusllly el lette rpr ess print ing ~~ Every order receives the personal sitention ol the manager thus insuring perfect _sntislu ~~ _ion The Niflany Printin g and Publ ishing Company ~ State College ~
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
WEST POINT DEFEATED Penn State Wins Final Game on Trip—Wardwell in Good Form. Holy Cross Wins on Friday in Fast Game. Penn State, with Warc!well pitching. broke West Point ’ ~ string _ol victories on Saturday _..t West Point, by the score of 5 to 2. Wardwell pitched a strong game, _~ 1owing but two hits and no runs up to the ninth inning, when an er-or and twb hits gave the Cadets thei only runs. Penn State hit harder and fielded better than the Cadets. Craig scored in the first inning after two were out on his two bagger and Eberlein’s single. In the fourth Carson . Blyche, McKtbben and Vogt singled in _succession , three runs resulting. Ullon s error gave Crawford a life in the n nth and he scored on successive hits by Craig and Eberlein. Prichard batting for Milliken went to _fir st- ~ on Vogt’s error in the ninth. Hyatt singled to Blythe, and Whiteside stored them with a three base hit to center field. On Friday Holy Crors defeated Penn State at Worcestei , Mass., in a fast and ...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
DR. ARTHIJR HOLMES Prominent Psychologist of the University of Pennsy lvania to Be. come Dean of Faculty Here. Among the many speakers who ha ~ e addressed the students this winter, few have made a better impression than Dr. Ar thur Holmes, of the University of Pennsylvania , who spoke in the Free Lecture Course on _‘ Some Factors in Mental Retardation ," and again _Sunc’ay morning and evening. He also spoke briefly at several fraternity houses. Dr. Holmes was born in Cincinnati , Ohio, in 1872; was graduated from Hiram College, the Alma Mater of Garfield , in 1899; entered the ministry of the Deciples Church , but soon after left to engage in social service work. He completed his graduate work in the University of Pennsylvania and in 1908 was given the degree o ~ Doctor of Philosophy. Dr. Holmes will occupy the Dean’s residence on the East Campus and will relieve President Sparks of certain details of adniinistration. He will deliver the Baccalaureate address to the graduating clas...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
22; Gettysburg, 12; Washit ~ gton and Jefferson, 10 1.2; Lafayette, 10; Pittsburgh, 10; Dickinson ,8. By virtue of the victory, Penn State was presented with a handsome silver cup. Of the sixteen State men, including Captain Watts, who took the trip to Harrisburg, fifteen qualified for the finals. Piner qualified , but sickness prevented him from taking any places. Lamb threw the _1 ~ pound hammer 145 feet, 4 1-2 inches, thus breaking the old record of 127 feet, held by Zieg, Pitt, by 18 feet, 4 1-2 inches. One of the prettiest events of the meet was the winning of the half-mile race by Leyden over Captain Welsh of Carlisle. In the following summary of events the abbreviations used are; Carlisle, C; Dickinson , D; Gettysburg. G; Lafayette, L; Swarthmore, S; Washington and Jefferson , W J; _tJni _siOtttsbu 1g _~ b_, U _?rPenn State, P. S. 100 yard dash—Won by Leathers , G; second , Garton , D; third , Davis , U P; fourth , Halsey, S. Time, 10 3-5 sec. 220 yard dash—Won by Leathers, G...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
vs. Franklin and Marshall. At Gettysburg. Varsity Tennis. Penn State vs. Gettysburg. SUNDAY, MAY 26 10:00 a. in. Old Chapel. Bible Class. 11:00 a. in. Auditorium. Chapel Service. Professor Pattee will speak. 6:30 p. m. Auditorium Y. M. C. A. Meeting. TUESDAY , MAY 28 6:30 p. in. Old Chapel. Y. M. C. A. Prayer Meeting. WEDNESDAY , MAY 29 4:15 p. in Old Beaver Field. Class Baseball. 1913-1915. Interclass Baseball. The freshmau baseball team was defeated Wednesday afternoon by the sophomores in the best played game of the season. Nagle held the freshmen safe throughout the game allowing but ~ cw ~ _nnd _~~ eAt d _hits. ’ Kisose ‘_15 played a good game at second. The score: RHE 1914 4 8 4 1915 0 5 5 Batteries Nagle-Quirk, ‘14; Cope-Bailey, Lord, ‘15. The juniors lost their fourth straight game Saturday, to the freshmen by the score of 5 to 6. The upperclass-men put up a good game and it was only because of their catcher’s dropping Troxel’s perfect throw from right field that the game di...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
VARSITY TEAM WINS Penn State Track Team Scores Victory Over Seven Other Colleges. Lamb Breaks Record in Hammer Throw. Trophy Brought Rome. Penn State easily won the fifth annual track and field meet of the Pennsylvania Inter-collegiate Athletic Association, held under the auspices of the Harrisburg Athletic Committee, at Harrisburg last Saturday. The eight colleges competing scored as follows: Penn State, 52 1-2; Carlisle, 29; Swarthmore_,
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
Company Mess Wednesday May 8 Company L of the Cadet Regiment held a successful mess and smoker at the Nittany Inn. Captain Fry, Colonel St. Clair and Lieutenant Solleder spoke. This was the first company banquet ever held here, but at Cornell and Wisconsin company banquets are annual affairs. Pittsburgh Club. There will be a meeting of the Pittsburgh Club at 7 o’clock tonight, ElectiQqs will be held..
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
Manual Training H. S. Club Election of Officers. SATURDAY , MAY 25 1:30 p. _in. Old Beaver Field. Class Baseball. 1914 vs. 1915. 1:30 p. in. New Beaver Field. Class Soccer. 1913 vs. 1914. 1:30 p. in. New Beaver Field. Varsity Track Meet. Dickinson vs. Penn State. 3:30 p. in. New Beaver Field. Varsity Baseball. Peon State
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
Penn State 11egian _, _obli_.h_,d on _Tho_,.dny of each _noel_, dur ing th_, olle.e year by the atudent _, of hit Penosylvon, _, 5tate College sa the sntermt of the Student, , Foe _sh y, Alumni and Friend, of the colle ge. Entered at the Po._tofflee, State Colleg e , Pa• ai teamd class matter Editor In ChIef R. _It. EVANS, ‘13 Assistant Editor I t. A. KRIMMEL , ‘13 Associate EdItors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 J. D. HOGARTH , ‘14 F C. DOSE, ‘14 D. HESS, ‘14 J. R. MATHERS, ‘15 W. S. PARKINSON , Jr. , ‘_15 BusineaslManager E. A. JAMES, ‘12 Assistants THEO. LENCHNER , ‘12 M. I t. GRUBES, ‘13 B. K. HENDERSON , ‘13 SUBSCRIPTION. $1 lOper rear or $1.25 if pasd wstliln 30 day, after date of aob_,cr _lption_. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912 Our Adver- The "Collegian" tisements. has been recently criticized for having so many columns of advertising matter. We are sorry that this has to be resorted to in order that expenses can be met. About sixty per cent, of our student body have the idea that a college pape...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
it ?) The singing of "Hail , Hail , etc.," is forbidden in the University of Nebraska , upon pain of expulsion. Alpha Chi Sigma, the honorary chemical fraternity of which there is a chapter at Penn State, recently instituted a chapter at Syracuse University. 1914 Victorious _itt Debate. In a very one sided debate upon the question : Resolved, "That the adoption of the recall of judicial decisions as advocated by Mr. Roosevelt would promote the general welfare," the sophomore team completely overwhelmed the freshman team, winning by a score of 3-0. The arguments propounded by the 1915 gladiators were extremely vague, and not until the last speaker had deliveled his speech , was it possible to follow the line of reasoning. The sophomores on the contrary evidenced adequate preparation and presented their side of the question in a clean and forceful manner. The refutation of both factors proved itself to be extremely ineffective because each side contented itself with opposing the uness...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 May 1912
C. ~~~~ . _‘ ~ Lt _~ _ers’ ~~ o _~ so ~~ a ~ _‘ ~ a_’ ~ o ~ ~ %_I East _Co _~~ t _~ c _St_._ue. I-lair Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed 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.