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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
The Tóggery Heathiuarters for Shop WALK-OVER Shoes EDUCATOR CRA’W]?ORD PATRICIAN _BANI S TER C O U S INS Men ’s Furnishings _‘ ~ A. G. Alway s in stock , • a good. line of gym-Spalding & Bro’s Athletic nasiurn shoes. _,TUST ARRIVED : A line Goods ~ lEe Hei dcap and of early Spring Shoes , in both Men ’ s Tailormade Clothing _"_t ~ and Worsens. A full assortment of ~~ _Ilege Pennants ~ C. W. S M _I T H C N. F ~ I ~~ I-I E ~ I ~~ Successor to A. I-I . Ijartswlck South Allen Street
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
Aflk t r -I-i ±_t11 State C ~ a1iege DIi-iirig Roam Under New _Mat_)_agemei ~ t Students ’ regular hoard , a week $3 ~ OO Students ’ single meals 35c Transient _50c _O ~t2 ~~ _€_fu Aze _~ 3 _e ~ All new equipment A. L. BASCOMB & BROTHERS,--PvoprietOrS ~~~~ ~~ ~~ _~
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 June 1912
A_1 G SPALDING&UOS _~ Ifie are the _iLargest Manufacturers _i n Spalding the World of Trade- ark OFFICIAL E Q U I PMENT s c FOR ALL ATHLETIC SPORTS AND PASTIMES ~ Is known _______ throughout the IF YOU ~ ,_ntere _ted world as a i,, Athletic Sp ort you ,houid have a copy of the Guarantee Spcldiog catalogue. lt ’i complete en _clycloped,, of of WHAT’S feE W IN of t ~~ a1ity SPORT and ,, ,eat _fcee _on ______________________ _roqucit _~ \..~~~ . es NEW _YORIC 126.12, _Na_,nau Stcoot 29.33 Weit _42_d _Steee ~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~ ~~
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
~ ~ ~ ~ _~ ~ dó _~ n ~~ _üi _~ ’ _s and _tackling_,was unsur-- _~ a _~ _sab_1e--whi_1_e -Hennann’ s-g p _- _eed ~ method of kicking was an important factor in many games. To replace these two men is a problem f hr the coaches to solve. Page ‘13, who was injured in the Penn game last year will be unable to play on account of parental objections. Goedecke, King and Barry failed to return to college. The 1912 team is favored with the best coaching and training that can be obtained. "Big Bill" who turned out the undefeated 1909 and 1911 State teams is the cspablc head coach. Bill will be assisted by Bob Reed, the old Princeton star and Dick Harlow ‘12, who played so consistently for the State eleven last fall. Dr. Daniel Luby is the new physical director of the team. Dr. Luby attended Exeter in 1903, Mercersburg 1905 and was graduated in medicine at Penn in 1910. He was with Coach _Haj _le ~ - bach at the University of Missouri in 1910 and for two years he has been in the Bellevue hospi...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
Ceeded in capturing a large majority of-the- athletic- ~ _hvners,--jn-- _spite ofthe keen competition of such ut iversities as, Columbia , Princeton and John Hopkins. Some of Penn State’s best athletes attended the meetings , and looked out for the interests of their Alma Mater in reference to the moral and the athletic activities. In base bail _I_’um State first played Cornell , and won the game by the score of 5-3. The second game was captured from a team made up of Cornell and John Hopkins men, and placed our delegation in line for the finals. The final game was played againlt the combined Ohio colleges. The game was very closely contested , and the score was 2-2 in the ninth , when Very stole home and won the game for Penn State. The batting of Knight and Harlow was the main feature of the game. The battery was Harlow and Mc Vean. In basket-ball State did equally well beating Princeton by a score of 22-5, and Johns Hopkins with 27-1_, In reference to track , our boys achieved sp...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
2:30 p. m. Old Beaver Field -Varsity -Football-Practice: - SUNDAY , _SDi ~ T. 29 10:00 a. m. Old Chapel. Freshman Service. 11:00 a. m. Auditorium. Chapel Services. 6:30 p. m. Auditorium. Y. M. C. A. Meeting. Prof. Watts and Prof. Agee will speak. TUESDAY , O CT. 1 6:30 p. m. Old Chapel. Prayer Meeting. Scholarship Lists. In order to avoid possible misunderstanding, the Registrar wishes students of the College to know that , in accordance with the College regulations , the lists of candidates who are eligible for ‘ The Louise Carnegie" and "The John W. White" Scholarships in the three lower classes are made out during the summer, between July 1 and August 1, on the basis of College work already completed; but that no one can be considered as eligible who, at the time of making up these lists , has any deficiencies whatsoever standing against him. It is therefore evident that freshmen who are admitted to College _u ith an entrance condition should remove this deficiency before July 1 ...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
PRICE FIVE CENTS AT EAGLES MERE Last Summer ’s Student Conference a Great Success— Penn State Students in Majority—Cont ests Interesting. rhe Conference held at Eag les Mere last June met with success onprecen ~ ed in the history of conferences in this district. Not alone must praise be accorded to the several institutions which helped to compose this happy venture , but especial commendation is due to Penn State, for we had the largest delegation in attendance. The scope of this gathering cid not only confine itself to large numbers, but an intense amount of spirit and enthusiasm was manifested in that assemblage among the mountains. Meetings were held in the mornings and in the evening, while athletic games held the attention of the delegation during the afternoon. Men from fortyfive different institutions were present at Eagles Mere. Some of the following well known personages were there from State College.—Presiden ~ Sparks . General Beaver. Dean Holmes, Professor Pattee , _Mt ....
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
VOLUME 9 NUMBER THE FOOTBALL OUTLOOK Prospects Promising With Hollenbach , Harlow and Reed as Coaches—Dr. Luby is Trainer—Attractive Schedule Arranged. ’ Football again _I The season for the greatest of all college games is at hand and on Beaver yield, "that wonderful Penn State spirit" is radiating from all the varsity football candidates. Captain Mauthe, Very, Engle, Wilson , Clarke, Bebout , Hansen , Miller and Berryman , of the championship 1911 team which tied the Navy and defeated all other opponents among whom were Cornell and Pennsylvania , have returned to college. The second string men from last year’s squad remaining in college are McVean , Lamb, Fisher, Foster , Smith, Hartman , Sayre, Vogt, _Vogle, Weston, Welty, Ford , Tobin and Welling. Of the sixty new candidates who have reported to the coaches, _DeVine, of Harrisbprg High, Sarver, of East Liberty Academy, Haven , of Wilkinsburg High, McNulty and Wood , of Mercersburg, are a few of those who have shown more than ord...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
STATE COLLEGE, PA., ~~~~ PTE _~ IBER Oct. 12—Washington and .Tefferson at State College. Oct. 19—Cornell at Ithaca , N_, Y. Oct. 26—Gettysburg at State College. Nov. 2—University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. Nov. 9—Villanova at State College. Nov. 16—Ohio State University at Columbus, 0. Nov. 28—University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh. Track Trials. The Freshman-Sophomore track trials held Saturday afternoon brought out an unusually large number of new men. In the run ning some very promising material was noticed. This was also true of the high jump. Owing to more experience several ‘15 men were excused from the finals in the various events, thus making place for the new men. The summaries follow:— 100 yard dash—Won by Smith ‘16; second , Robinson ‘16; third Mason. Time 11 sec. 220 yard dash:—Won by White ‘16; second, Mason; third , Stewart ‘16. Time 26.1 sec. 440 yard dash:—Won by Denny; second , Shelly; third , Quiggle. Time 59.2 sec. Half mile run:—Won by Sharp ‘15; second Rey...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
chemical _equipni _~ n ~~ fand thC appa- ratus for high v ~ 1_ta ~~ elect ~ ical in-~ estigation from ~ th ~~ _Depart _~ rent of Electrical _Erigmnéerin ~ . _’ _Thegallery is to contain th ~ te ~ phone ~ aboratory equipment ând’j _t _’large amount of the general _elect ~ cal tescing apparatus; it also ~ is _~ ‘o cont _~ in the _~ 1llpping’ ~ _aiid’ ~ _~ _filIir _~ , and ~ sheet metal laboratoriJ _‘_fl ~ m the bepart-
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
~~~~~~ 1 _~~~ ir _~ in:4r ~~ Two mile _m ~ —Won ~ by Snyder; ‘11 _mm_: 5 sec _’ _- - _120_.yard-hurdler---Won ~ by-Hamd met ‘16; second Hancock. Time 18.1 sec. 220 yard low hurdle:—Won by New Building Will W ~ eve C ~ owded Conditions in tl ~~ j En _~ l ~ eerin ~ Group. ‘4i ~ Much interest has _, ~~~ n ex ~ ressed as to the uses to wh1 ~~ the f&e new "engineering _unil ," 1è ~ cted ~ at the rear of the _engineerl ~~ buil ~ ing, is to be put. This _’ bt ~J_~ ling, as those who have examibed hav noted , is about 110 feei lô _~ " ~ by ~ O feet wide. It contaibs Lmero+ windows and also skyli ts, thus making it an _unusuall ~ well ‘ighted building for fine w k. This unit is constructed of _Ic and _, ~ rownstone on the exterió ‘The ~ nterior has the first floor divid _~ l by a partition and a floor ~ _conci_$te; the second floor is in’ th erm of ~ a wide gallery. This is ord ry shop construction and persnith ~ e ere ~ tion of large structures _is t _~ i ~ center part. The first fl...