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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
Historical Me et ing Yesterday afternoon a goodly number of our visitors assembled in the Old Chopel and spent a pleasant time listening to a number of very instructive addresses chiefly of a historical nature. Dr. N. C. Shaeffer , the State Superintendent of Public Instruction was first introduced. He spoke for some time on the subject of "The Place of State College in the System of Public Educat on, " Mr. Shaeffer has been at the head of the educational interests of the State for a long time so that he is well able to speak on this subject which he handled in a very clear way. Dugald C. Jackson , ‘85, professor of Electrical Engineering in the University of Wisconsin was next introduced. Mr. Jackson is a son of one of the older professors of State College, his father having been head of the Mathematical Department for many years during the _tim e that th Engineering Courses were started. The subject of Prof. Jackson ’s remarks was "The Development of Engineering at State College ,...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
The I ndian Meet The dual track meet with the _indians was without a doubt the best ever held here. Two Stath records were smashed while one Indian record was broken. Forkum broke his 120 yard hurdle record by doing it in 15 seconds one fifth second less than the worlds record. As this record was not made in an in ter-collegiate meet it does not stand officially. Saunders broke his record by vaulting eleven feet , one-half inch. Montz _cain e within an ace of breaking a record by jumpin g 22 f t. 4 1-4 in. Mt. Pleasant of the Indians broke his own record of jumpin g 23 ft. 9 in. 100 yard dash—Mt. Pleasant , _I , first ; Henry , S, 2nd. Time 10 2-5 seconds. 120 yard hurdle—Forkum , S, first ; Hornbaker , S, second. Time 15 seconds. _I mile run—Snow, I , first; Beardsley, _I , second. Time 4 m _m . 53 4-5 seconds. 440 yard dash—Mt. Pleasant , _1, first; Arnold , _5, second. 50 4-5 seconds 2 mile run— Schrirnpsher , _I , first; W. Kaiser , 5, second. Time 10 _mm ., 27 2-5 seconds. 220 ...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
Palace Restaurant Go _th ere for as I _eli _Ii _no of Sand—wIcI _0_, _ii d Quick _Lunch We use our _ow,. _hioit_)_e _bOllCd Paso _Iii _~ ,a_,ich _ivlelies_. Oysters served _In all sty les Boarding by the week , day or meal W. G. Caidwell , Proprietor
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
THE McALLISTER DINING HALL Accomodations for 1000 Persons 7:00 TO 9:00 12:00 TO 2:00 5:00 TO 6:30 R A T E S _21. consecut ive _meols , ~ 3.25_, by ticket , cas h _an advance _21. mea ls, good until used, $6.50. cas h in advanc e Single meal ticke t, So cent s. Your Patronage W. H. HO _IJ SEL Respectfully Solicited Caterer
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
’HARVEY S BAKERY FOR FINE CONFE CTIONERY Candles always fresh because we buy DiRECT PROM MANUFACTU RERS RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT QUIC K LUNCHES A SPECLALTT Oysters Ice Cream Soda Water WE ALWAYS TRY TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOME RS HARVEY _BROSI Prop ’ s
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
C. P. Stewart A great damper has been put on the festi vities on account of the sudden and very sad death of C. P. Stewart of the class of 1906 and a member of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity. It was but last Thursday when he was among us in the seemingly best of heal th. On Thursday evening while studying fo r his final exam for the next day he was suddenly taken ill. On Saturday evening, af ter enduring two days of indescribable pain he was placed under the knife. Althoug h his cond ition Saturday evening was very low he appeared to rally somewhat Sunday morning and hopes for his recovery were ra ised among his classmates. However , along in the afternoon he began sinking and in the evening at about the time he was scheduled to appear in a viol in duet in the sacred concert , he died. It is impossible to discribe the grief among his classmates with whom his pop ularity was unusually great. He took a very act ive part in college affairs , having served as vice-president of his class...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
The Graduating Class (Continued fr om _1st p age ) Reuben Harper Harry Aungst _, Chemistry, Pi ne Grove. Richard DeCharms Barclay , Agriculture , Philadel phia. Ralph Pitcairn Barnet t , Mining, Hillside. - Garfield Arthur Brausma n , Mech. Eng., Middletown. Carl H enry Beck , Mech. Eng., Karns City. Charles Alle n Bennett , El. Eng.,York. George Rober t Brobst , Chemistry Orefield. Bion Casper Butler , El. Eng., Du-Bois George Linton Christman , El. Eng., Reading, Robert Edwin Cooper , Chemistry , Kingston. James Larimer Crawford , M ech. Eng., Crab Tree. Myron Creese, El. Eng., Union City. Ben Roscoe Curry , _Chemistry. Slippery Rock. George Prescott Davis, Mech. Eng., Johnstown. Ral ph Louis Duff ,Chemistry , Natron. William Riebel Dunn , Civ. Eng. Philadel phia. Harry Draper Easton , Mining, Mehoopany . Robert Hiteshew Elliot , El. Eng. Chambersburg . Charles Leas Eshlema n , El. Eng. Newport. Thomas Gemini ! Estep, Jr., Mech. Eng. . Alexandria. William Sterrett Fife , Civ. Eng....
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
Monday Morning The meeting held in the Auditorium n Monday m orning at 10 o’clock a. m. had to be cut short on account of the memorial services for C. P. Stewart that were held at eleven. However two of the regular scheduled addresses were delivered and greatly appreciated. Gen. Beaver who is always most em - thusiasticly received was first introd Lc d He spoke on the subject of the "Earl y Steps Leading to the Establishment of the Farmer ’s Hig h School and its Subsequent Development. " From his long connection with the institution he was thoroughly prepared for such a subject and he handled it very well. Dr. Albert H. Tuttle of the class of 1868 was the next to be introduced and he made the last address of the m ee ting. His subject was "State College as a Pioneer in Scientific Educati on." He showed how three founder _s of the College had appreciated the real tsndency of their times toward scientific education and had prepared the foundation for our broad courses of to-day. The r...
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
Tuesday, JUNE 13, 1905 EDITORIAL On accou nt of the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the State Alumni A ~ .sociation the commnencement celebrations this year are greatl y augmented. From all parts of the country old alumni hav e journeyed in order to be once again in the vicinity of the place where they spent four of the m ost important years of their lives. Nor is the celebration confined to alumni alone. Old students , and there are many of _them , are sharing the festivities as well. The available rooms in Mc-Allister Hall are taxed to their utmost capacity as are also all desirable rooms in the town and a section of the main building. It will probably be a long time before such a large number of vi_;itors will congregate here again. Thus far there has been no serious hitch in the program , all events falling in the convenient order in which they were schedule±
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week durin g the coliege year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. Entere d at the Post Office , State College, Pa. as secon d class matter. EDITORS , T. F. _FOLTZ , ‘06 , Chief , W. J. 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 CIRCULATION MANAGER W. A. SLATER , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER . W . N . LE PAGE , ‘08.
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
M. J . McGa w While we are all sad with thoughts of the death of Stewart , there comes to us the knowled ge that another of our frie nds is lying at the point of death. M. J. McGaw , ‘07 , of the course in electrical engineering, is very low and his dea th is but a case of a few hours or days at the most. His condition is due to quick consumption , and Dr. Robison_, his physcian , gives but little hope of his recovery. As we go to press we learn that he rallied slightly this morning (Monday ) ana seemed to be breathing easier. His father was expected to arrive this afternoon. All that skilled nursing can do will be done for hi m , but the hope of ultimate recovery is almost lost. This afternoon we have learned that the unfortunate young mau was removed to his home.
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 June 1905
Program of the week SATURDAY. JUNE 10. 9.45 a. m. Competitiv e drill. 8.00 p. m. Pharsonian Minstrels. SUNDAY , JUNE 11. 10.30 a. m.- —Baccalaureate Sermon by the Rev . David Gregg, D. D., LL. D., President of the Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny. 6.30—7.30 p. m.—Open air Y. M.C. A. meeting on the Campus. 8—9 p. m.—Sacred Concert in the Auditorium. MONDAY , JUNE 12. In the Auditorium : Historical and Commemorative Addresses 10—12 a. m .— By Get . James A. Beaver , Judge of the Superior Court Dr. A. H. Tuttle (class of ‘68) of the University of Virg inia : Professor C. Alfred Smith ( class of ‘61) of Chicago : Dr. H. P. Arrnsby, Director of the U. S. Agricultural Experiment Station at The Pennsylvania State College : and Dr. G. G. Pond , also of The Pennsylvania State College. 2—4 p. rn—Dr. N. C. Schaeffer , State Superintendent of Public Instruction : Professor D. C. Jackson (class of ‘85) of the University of Wisconsin : Professor John Hamilton (class of ‘71) of the U. S. De...