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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
OUR PRESIDENT RETURNS Dr. Sparks Here for Commencement After Spending a Pleasant Trip Abroad. Penn State has many pleasures to look forward to for this Commencemrnt. but one especially is of significance and that is the return of our President. ?Dr. Sparks began his vacation trip several months ago, and since then he has seen and experienced _m any interesting things. He has visited Eg _~ ’pt and Turkey, and ha ~ been ori ~ foreign waters. It would be needless to . relate how he spent his time, for we have been fortunate en _~ ugh in having received several intmresting letters from Egypt and Turkey, and we all expect to hear something about his travels in the future. Dr ~ Sparks left to enjoy a much needed rest on another continent. It is to be hQped that ho c ~ _omes back to ~ s ~ feel ~~ g greatly refreshed and bringing with him many pleasant reminiscences. We express the sentiment of the faculty and students of State College, when ~ e emc tend to Dr. S ~ arks a most hearty welcom...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
A SUCCESSFUL SEASON Team Wins Majority of Games. Much Credit is Due Coach Manning and Captain Eberlein. At the end of the first few days of practice, Penn State_’sp xo _spcc ts for a winning baseball team were none too bright. Two outfielders , the shortstop, fi rst baseman an d one pitcher were tbe only _"5" men remaining from last year ’s varsity. But Manager Devor has given us a winning tej m, on e which has lived up to the standard set by former Penn State nines. Credit is due to every member of the squad for the bringing about of this result. Especially is credit dLe to Coach Manning and Captain Eberlein , together with the remaining infielders, Blythe, Carson , and Bien , who are playing their last games for their Alma Mater. Coach Manning a well qualified to turn out a winning team. A native of Williamsport , he made a name for himself as a pitcher by helping the "Millionaires " win the Tn State Pennant. He then went to the New York Americans and last year helped Peading win ...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1912 The Class The college days of of 1912. the class of 1912 have drawn to an end. Duty now sounds its call in their ears from new fields, with which we are unfamiliar. The ways part here. After next Wednesday 1912 will be a memory at Penn State, a glorious memory however for those who remain to think about. During the four years this class has been forming valued friendships and collectlog cherished remembrances which will be carried through life as reminders of time spent within the shadows o ~ "Old Main ". To us these friendships mean more than anything else, but to those who follow the splendid athletes, the ~~ _ëe ~ tronaTly strong positive personalities of the leading men of the class, the wise customs and regulations instigated and established by the class,and the new Wireless Tower presented by them will go with our athletic victories of the year over Cornell , Princeton , Pennsylvania. Yale and Pitt toward making 1912 a banner year at Penn State. Immediat...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian _rsblt.h.d _pa Thurs day of each seek dorlet the _,ollege yese by the students of Inc Penn sylvanIa State College in the intereit of the Student s. Fan oity_. Alumni end Friends of the _cohiege. _Ent.red at the Po._tofflce. State college, Pa., as a.end _clap_. matter Editor in Chis! R. M. EVANS, ‘13 Assistant Editor M. A. KEIMMEL , ‘13 Aseociats Edilos’s G. A. BARKER , ‘_13 J. D. HOGARTR , ‘14 F. C. DOSE , ‘14 D. HESS , ‘14 J . R. MATHERS , _‘_15 W. S. PARKINSON , Jr. , ‘iS Bua _lnss_; _Macapr E. A. JAMES , ‘12 _Aeslstant _s THEO. _LENCENER, ‘12 M. M. GRUBBS , ‘13 B. R. HENDERSON , ‘13 SUBSCRIPTION. $i_._2_O per year or _$1.25 if paid sithtn 30 day, after _date of subpcrt _tioa_.
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
Have you tried ‘‘Buffalo _1’ Smoking Tobacco ? Par Pipe or Cigarette GEORGE B. JACKSON At_.LSN ST.. STATS _COLLUQO. PA. J. C. MARKLE All Kinds of Choice Meats Fish in _season 138 College Avenue Both phones G. _Ii _._S_13_zte ~~ _oJe _~ _wef _~~ i- _OL_1 _~~ I O _~ _utheis ~ n POST CARDS - COLLEGE JEWELRY _1 ~~~~~~ AS. A. _WOIVIER Tonsorial Artist Yosy patrosag e soitcted _FIr,t class work gun—ant, UNDER HOTEL _( ~~ s. E. KIMF O RT Hgsdqusrters for Choice Meats of All Kihds Frazier Street Both phones
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
The Retiring The Penn State Board. Collegian records with regret tbe ’loss to the paper of five retiring men by graduation this spring. All have been connected with the paper for three years and have put their best efforts in the work, The 1913 The yearly book pub-La Vie. lished by the Junior Class of the Pennsylvania State College, the La Vie, _li ~ s been _distdbut ~ed , _1 the last week. The edition ’comt ~ ares very favorably with other La Vies and is a credit to the La Vie board and to the class. This is the twenty-fourth
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
edition of the book. Two import ant changes in the style of the publication are noticed. The individual write-ups are brief and well chosen, and the junior class is divided into schools, the latter change bringing out more and more the distinction between different units of the college. By order of motion in a recent mass meeting a letter of thanks was sent to the BelIef onte Hospital expressing the appreciation of the student body for the attention paid to H. V. Flagg. Pay your Y. M. C. A. dues, as money is urgently needed to pay current bills. Patronize the Collegian’s Adv ~~ tj _scr ~~~~lI ~~ font ~~ c _~ ._ers tr ~~ I RaH r o ~~ d F. H. THOMAS , General Manager BELLE FONTE , PA. H. A. ’EVEY CAB’ WORK_, ~~~ §FECIALTY Both _"_flsoq ~~ A ._" DEAL SANITARY PLU M BJ NG ’ _STEAII&_. HOT WATER , VAPOR AND _- VACUUM HEATING State College - Pennsylvania _No_, a m_. 7._11 ~ 4.4t, 1 _55 p.m ao_._aa _0_._15 e no _5.ao _5_._4’l 5.40 _LBS 5.20 _5._215 5.07 t6.oo p. _0_,. a.ao _53.20 p...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
W. S. Kriebel, J r. Mr. W. S. Kriebel , Jr., editor-inchief of the paper has performed his editorial duties in a most creditable _mani_,er. The difficulties of presenting to those interested in the college a paper that will please the majority and at the same time take a definite stand for the right thing have been largely overcome by the retiring editor. By untiring effort and the use of much tactfullness the_"Collegian"has been well edited during the last year and takes a rather high rank among similar weekly periodicals. E. A. _James. Mr. James has filled the position of business manager of the paper with unusual ability. His task, a bard one from all view points, did not cause the many problems in financing such a proposition as the "Collegian" to be neglected. The retiring business manager is to be congratulated upon his successful manipulation of the business department. _______________ The Three Assistants. Mr. _\‘V. P. Little, assistant editor, and Messers H. S. Coughlin and...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
There Ar e Melons and Melons but the rich, sweet, juicy ones are those that had plenty of availabl e POTASH to insure normal ripening with rapid sugar _forrnatioi _~ ’ ~ " _— _,_" The right kind of fertilizer is a good investment. The vines will _cOntinue to bear _melo_,_is ~ of _fIr_5t quality imtcad of yielding only one or two pickings and then a lot of utimarketable culls. Supplement ’thie compost with_, _m oo to x ~_oo pounds of _5_.8-xo goals, the am,nosia to be derived mainly _fross organic substances like blood, tankage, fish or cottonseed _itteal. This is equall y good for cucumbers, pump. kim and squashes. _~ ‘Frite us for _Poinut_, prices _ind fre _olo _obe wftl_, _tsr_,,,,, ’ Potash Pays GERMAI’i _KAPI WORKS, _inc_. _Doitlmo_,_st C,tttnetoi Bolidhig Chicago: Monaduock Block N_:w _Orbits _: _Whit_,_i_, C_,_nimai flank Buildin g 4 \1
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
_] 1-l ~~ ~~ t _t_..sc_1 _~~ i_,t ’ ~~ L ~~~ _ti _ri dry _IJ ~ We mak ~ an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line, gout laund _sy is modern in all departments. qWe cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. _~ iJYo u will appreciate the snappy appearance o ~ our work. H. E, Shore ‘13 _1 _._7. L, McCreary ‘12 STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS L. A. Davis ‘12 S E. T. Anplundh ‘12 B. M . Herma n ‘12 _T W. HarrIs ‘13 ~
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
Get ill the Habit of aski ng us for a bid on yotir job work We will stir pr _I a,e you in quallty ~ and price The Keystone Gazette Bellefonte Both Telepho _~ses C. ~~~~~ ~ t _~~ e_’çs’ _‘ ~ o ~ _sov_1_._a_\_. _~ ?_aT ~ _oT % ~ Z t _~ st _CoV _~ eqn ~~~~ HaIr Cutting ~ a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
‘THe Qgality Shop An _,_ttabhjshm_,_nt _whirl, is osied for its _Its_, quality of leiierprcos pr ’ miiug _‘. ‘ Every ord er receives the personal attention ol the mosoger thus _it_,ssriog perfect _._oti_,_fs ~ io_,_s The Nittany Printing and Publ ishing Company ~~ ‘ State Coll ege