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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
with the 10th U. S. Infantry which has just returned from foreign service and will be stationed at Portland Oregon. We all wish the "Hep" success, and we express our appreciation for the work that he has done with the Cadet _ Regiment. Big Concert Tonight. The three musical organizations of the college will combine to give the best concert of the year tonight, at 7:45, in the Auditorium. The Orchestra, under the leadership of P. M. Snavely, ‘12, will present all the numbers on the first half of the program. The second half will be given over to selections by the Glee Club, under the direction of A. E. Miller, ‘12, and the Mandolin Club
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
SUMMARY OF TRACK Varsity Track Team Has Most Success ful Season. Two Local Records Broken. Final Meet Next Monday. - Penn State’s wonderful 1912 combination of path men, coached by "Pop" Golden and "Prof" Wright, worked throughout the entire season like a well oiled machine. The team was well balanced; its members showing excellent form both individually and as a team. The Blue and White team over-
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
the working world of a body of young men and women. One phase of the subject should cause us to hesitate at least long enough to place it well in the forefront of our minds never to be eradicated—the relation of the alumnus to his Alma Mater. The value we place on Penn State’s contribution to our character and ability will be measured by our devotion and service to her as Alumni. Our Alma Mater has many problems to be solved and no one is better qualified to know and appreciate
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
sauqua Pa., June the fourth. Mr and Mrs. Lentz will live at Thomas, W. Va. E. V. Bishoff , ex-’12, married Miss Margaret W. Sommerfield of Pittsburgh, May 29. A Warning to Visitors. The speed limit in State College for automobiles is twelve miles per hour. At commencement time this rule is rigidly enforced by the _boroi _~ igh officials. Beware of the fello* with the bi "star". Summer School Work Completed for ’ Junior Students Taking Courses in the School of Mines. The summer field work to be taken by the juniors of the School of Mines this summer will be divided as follows. The work in Geolcgy taken by all students for one week will be done in the vicinity of State College, and will be in charge of Dr. T. C. Brown , and Mr. W. A. Royce. and will involve a thorough study of all the geological features of the districts covered. The work in Mining will be taken up by the Mining Engineers, and will be in charge of Mr. H. D. Pallister, and will extend for four weeks immediately followi...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
Penn Relays at Philadelphia , Pa May 11—Penn State 63 1-2 Col. gate 40 1-2, at Hamilton, N. Y. May 18—Penn State first in Pennsylvania Intercollegiates, at Harris. burg. May 25—Penn State 90 1-2 Dickinson 21 1-2, at State College. June 1—Penn State represented
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
_It _t I _~ 9_.__ _— ~ 4 _~~ i _~ 4 ~ e Third Summer Session for Teachers. ~~~~~~~ The Third Summer Session for _~~~ f _~ i ~ achers will open the second Mon-~~~ tJ9y following Commencement. Atdance is limited to teachers and _I _~ 1:_ii _~ ’ospective teacherd in Pennsyl-~~~~ Inia. For those who are teaching _‘_E ~~~ Pennsylvania , a nominal registra-. _t_1 ~ pn fee of $5 admits to all classes _~~~ 1 ~ [d lectures. - The first session, held two years o_, 5 had 146 teachers enrolled. summer 215 teachers were _1 ~~~~ j esent_. There is every indication _~ 1 _~ Iat the third session will show a ~~ bstantial increase in enrollment. Forty instructors will offer cours-~~~~~ in nearly one hundred different ~~~ lbiects. The State Free Library _. ~~ mmission will offer a course in ~~~ lbrary Instruction for teachers. 4actically every ~ advanced subjcet ~~~ quired for a State Permanent ~ L ~ rtificate may be found in the list _dl ~ subjects included. ~~~~~ large part of the work offered the S...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
c ~ c IIege Bays,~~ tt e 1-1tiQl1 Young men often say to me, ! "What good will a ~ ife insurance 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 the payments to maturity, I can tell you of policies that will not only piotect 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 uioney, ~ your policy will become a fully paid ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _ik ~ life insurance. Let me till ~ yóu aboüt this—also_,.rnany ~ other thiugs that will surely interest you—and make you money.
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
(1) Nothing is abolished except discriminate hazing (by indisiminate hazing is meant all "round • a" and any hazing which is not _ne on account of the breach of stoms , • or for overbearing bevior). All college customs that ye been observed heretofore are be observed with this single cxption. (2) The committee is elected so _~~ fhat the decision - of the class is • ~jJ~ placed in the hands of responsible ‘ _~~ ien rather than in the hands of ~ 4en that are not so representative ~ f their class. ~~~~ _(_3_) The committee receives ;. ~~~ _rnplq_.ints against freshmen , from 4hy member of the three upper ~~~ asses. It sits as a boar d and ~ ears the complaints against the ~~ ifenders and his ~ defense. If hey decide that the freshman has ~~ ailed to observe college customs or as been offensive in any way, they ~~ :fturn hIm over to the sophomore tcla s to be hazed. If on the other
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
13 Shup e, ‘14 and C. S. Van Reed , ‘14. E. E. Tanguy, ‘12 and C. C. Christ , Assistant Managers, H. G ‘12 are the retiring president and manager, The Hospital Question. A committee composed of Carson, Rogers, _Minick, 1912; Shollenberger , 1913; Reinhardt , 1914; and Moffitt, 1915, has been appointed from the student body to consult the Alumni and Trustees in Connection with the proposed hospital. In the last mass meeting of the year Jonas Blank; 1913, was elected secretary of the Athletic Association.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
and Manufacturing Company, Cleveland , Ohio, was at the college fr6m May 20 to 23. Mr. Jessop presented the Electrical Engineering Department with one of his company’s Modern automatic direct current Motor Controllers. The Election of Thespian Officers. The officers of the Thespians for 1912 and 1913 are:—Pres_.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
. C. G. Stoll , ‘ , Manager of Manufactures for Westinghouse Electric Company, recently spent several days at the _- college interviewing the senior electricals who are considering positions with the company. F. W. Jessop of the class of 1896, Manager of the Electric Controller 03 03
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
~ jhand they find the complaint to be ~ !_i_1_flj _~ st or merely a personal grudge they dismiss the freshman. (4) The committee as a body does absolutely no hazing. They may however take part in any haz. ing ‘as an individual member of the sophomore class. -