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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
Football. _Ci_,_n_/_inncd ~ f _ru_;_ii _~ o_, _~ ’c i. Field of an exceptionally husky squad of gridiron warriors under the directicn of Coaches Golden and Scholl make the outlook very bright this fall for a great eleven to represent the "White and Blue " . In Captain Edgar A. Yeckley, of Diibois , is found a leader of unusual grit and aggressiveness; and the infusion of his spirit into the Varsity team will mean an aggregation of nervy fighters for "Old Penn State. " Five strong men were lost from last year ’s team ; Forkum , Saunders , White , Moscrip and Honhart , but Yeckley, Barr , Smith, McGee , Moorhead , Partridge , Dunn , Woodward and Wray are again back in harness , forming the nucleus for a winning eleven. In addition to these old Varsity men , the new material , consisting of about twenty Freshmen , is by far the best looking lot of youngsters seen on Beaver Field for many years ; so that the coaches feel greatly encouraged at present. Rigid training has becn entered upo...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
C. E. SHUEY Jeweler and Opt ician Repairing a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. LEARN _‘t’ELiIURA_. l’hi Y anu _11. It ._‘ ~ _CCC) LJN’l’J _NC . _530 to ~ h00 salary _assured on r grad ua tes under bond. You don ’t pay _US Liii _U _I you _1_i ~ _iV _o a _h_)_OsttiOil . Largest sy stein or _telegia _~ sli sehii _,_ols _Iii A _inerlea. _Eisi&or sod _I ))‘ iL l I _sal boid _ofhiel ala. Operators always in demand. Ladies also admitted WrIt _S for _catalogue. _~ .I _()_ltS E _SOlhOOL OF ‘l El EU _lii_\ i’ll Y, ( hur l _ii naIl , 0., _BuIVa ~ _In , N. Y.. Atlant a , Ga ., _LaCrosse, _Wls_., _Texaikaiss. ‘h ex., San i"raiieiseo , Cal.
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
THURSDAY , SEPT. 21 . 1905 EDITORIAL With the tolling of the chapel bell at eight o’clock Thursday morning, September 14th , there began a new college year. To the senior the college opening is getting to be a common thing while to the resident it has become an ordinary occurance. Like an old faithful horse as he leaves his stall in the morning and puts in his daily routine of labor , Old Main is again sheltering some ten score of students and sending out her beams of light into the dark night. But she is not alone in this mission for over yonder is Mc-Allister bedecked in white doing her share of accommodating State’s large number of students. To the new men this college opening marks the inauguration of a new life , the beginning of new acquaintances while to the old men it means one step nearer the goal towards which all of us are striving. Already the novelty of a new year has worn off and we are again settled down to our daily work and duties. One more college year has been fav...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
M. J. McGaw Following the account in the Commencement number of the "Collegian " of the sickness of M. J. McGaw , comes the announcement of his death. During Commencement week he was taken to his bed with acute tuberculosis and had to be taken to his home in Reynoldsviile where he died four weeks later. He entered State from the Reynolds yu le High School in the fall of 1903 and with his quiet and unassuming manner won the friendship of all who came in contact with him. Mr. McGaw is the fourth man from the ranks of 1907 to die and the class mourns the loss of another loyal classmate. - State _Cohleie , Pa., Sept. _19, 1905. WHE REAS. God, In hi ~ in finite wisdom , bath seen fit tore move fro m our midst our esteemed friend an d classmate, Mark J . McGaw we the class of _1907. though bowing to the infinite wisdom of the Almight y, do hereby RESOLVE , That by the death of Mark _._3. Mc-Gave we have lost an excellent classmate and asteemed friend. Resolved _Th at his parents has suffe...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
STATE COLL EGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office , State College , Pa.. as secon d class matter. EDITORS. T. F. FOLTZ, ‘06, Chi ef. F. R , BREWSTER , ‘07. F. B. GARRAI-IAN, ‘07. H. D. MASON , ‘07. A. K. LITTLE , ‘07 R. B. MECKLER , ‘08. BUSINESS MANAGERS. W. J. DUMM , ‘06. W. A. SLATER , ‘07. B. W . SCRIBNER , ‘08.
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
Notice As it is out of the question to see all the students at this early date in order to get subscriptions the management assumes all students as subscribers to this paper unless written notice is sent to the manager. The price for _on e year is $1.50 or $1.25 if paid within thirty days of this issue. Please be prompt in sending in your subscription within the required time in order to secure the reduction. The Collegian room , 323, Main , will be opened every Monday evening from seven to ten to receive subscript ions. Manager.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
New Instructors. As has been the case for several years past a number of changes are noticed among the faces on the chapel platform. The mathematical department has three new instructors: Messers Homer R. Higley, _3_’ . W. Beal , Colgate, ‘04, and George A. Wittmore , Harvard , ‘03. Mr. Higley has taken mathematical courses at Harvard and Cornell , and comes here from Stroudsburg with a high reputation as an instructor of exceptional ability. In the department of English Mr. George K. Pattee, Dartmouth, ‘02, is taking the place of Mr . Calkins. F. A. Gorham. ‘05, has taken the position as instructor in the Civil Engineering _Dei5artment made vacant by the resignation of Mr. I)erickson. In the mining department L. B. Smith and R . P. Farrington , both ‘06, will have charge of the work in mineral og _~ ’ , and F. A. Dalburg, ‘06, will act as assistant to Mr. Linville in the assaying and Metallurgical work. Captain Lawton as is generally known has been detailed to other duty and the mi...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 21 September 1905
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