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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
Wrestling Match The annual wrestling match between representatives of the Sop homore and Freshman classes , which has come to be one of the most interesting and exciting, and certainl y the most spectacular of the class "scraps ," was held Wednesday evening last , on Beaver Field. The contests were f or the best two out of three events , each event being decided by the two out of three falls. Some delay was caused by the Freshmen protesting the Sophomore lightweight: Lorah , because he has not yet been allowed to enter college. A committee consisting of- " Pop" Golden and the four class presidents , to whom the matter was referred , decided that Lorah was eligible and accordingly the first match beiweei ~ the lightweights , Lorah , Sophomore , and Killam , Freshman , was started at 8.40. Lorah weighed 139 1-4 lbs and Killam 135 3-4 lbs. This fal was won by Loarh in 7 1-2 minutes; a half Nelson doing the trick. The mid ile weights then faced each other , Lansing, Sophomore , weighing...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
M. E.- Society The Mechanical Engineering Society held its first meeting for the present school year on Monday evening last , and made preparat ion for what will undoubtedly prove a more successful year than any in the past. Professors Reber and Wood addressed the members explaining the objects and benefits of the society, and giving all possible encouragement to the projected line of activity. It was decided the club should meet from 6.30 to 7.30 every Friday evening; and that the executive committee should post _mitable topics and appoint speakers to lead in discussion of these topics before the society. It was also decided that "feeds " should be held "once in a while. " The election of officers for the ensuing year resulted as follows : President , W. Y. Heaton , ‘06 ; vice president , F. 0. Leitzell , ‘07; secretary, C. ’ D. Flickinger_; ‘06 : treasurer , A. C. Harrer , ‘_06. Executive Committee, Prof. Ayres , Prof. Wood , J. J. Kaiser , ‘06, E. L. Raft er , ‘06, Chauncey Reiga...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
V. M. C. A. Notes The principal work of the Association at the beginning of this year is in securing a large enrollment in Bible Study classes. The meeting last Sunday evening was given over to the subject of Bible Study. State Secretary W. J. Miller , who had already spoken to the student-body in Sunday morning chapel , again addressed them , and showed in a very clear and forcible way the advantages of Bible study from three view points : the moral or sp iritual , the intellectual , and the social or political . He showed that , in order to attain to the greatest spiritual growth , to secure the highest intellectual development , and to live a life of the best and broadest Chris- tian citizenshi p, it was necessary for college men to know something about the Word of God. After his address , an opportunity was given for enrollment in the four courses _piovided. Any student is eligible to join a class without charge , and those desii-ing to do so are urged to see the General Secreta...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
Underclass Re ~ u iat _ion s. Immediately after the athletic meeting last Friday evenir_.g the two upper classes held a joint meeting to revise and adopt the underclass regulations which were drawn up last year. President McGee of the Senior c ass acted as _chairm an. In the past all underclass rushes and scraps were governed only by custom and very often discussions arose as to who were victors , etc. Finding it necessary to adopt some definite rules regulating underclass affairs the Senior and Junior classes met earl y last year and through a committee from each of the c!assses had a set of rules drawn up. These regulations , however , had never been adopt ed. Consequently at both the cider and flag scraps last year heated discussions arose to th e outcome of the contests. This year , at t he solicitation of the _underclasses , the matter was again taken up with the result that, last Friday, the last year ’s rules wefe partl y revised and adopted. Before doing so , however , each ...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 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 ore year is $1.50 or $1.25 if paid within thirty days of this issue. Please be prompt in sending in your subscri ption 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 subscri pt ions. Manager. Luzerne County Club. The Luzerne County Club held its first meeting of the year on Saturday evening las t, and made plans for an active year ’s work. A great many new members have been secured from Wikes-Barre and vicinity and the club now has material for a quartet , a banjo and mandolin club , and a six piece _orchettra , all of which will be immediately organized with a view to making the Christmas reception and smoker at Wiikes-Barre an even more enjoya...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
THURSDAY , SEPT. 28 , 1905 EDI TORIA L With only a few days remaining before the Indian game every body should be prepared for Harrisburg. From the indications shown at the Athletic meetiug last Friday nig ht very few intend to go. This is indicative of poor college spirit. Something is wrong _somewhcie. The Freshmen probably do oot realize just what a large turnout at one of these games means to the college as well as to our athletic standing among the colleges. We have good teams but they need the full support of cvery man in college. The play ers all say they can work better when the men behind them on the sidelines are watching and cheering, and who should know better than they. But a number of upperclassmen , who are supposed to be examples to the lower classes , also showed a lack of interest. Last year before the Dickinson game almost everybody became interested and there was a big turnout. Those who did stay at home showed their appreciation of what they had missed by fifin ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Pubh _~ li cd ~ n Thu _r sday of each week duiing the college year in the interest of The Penns ylvan _ia State CoIk:e . Entered at the Post Office , State college , Pa .. as second claw matter. EDITORS. T. F. FOLT Z , ‘06 , Chief. F. R , BREWSTER , ‘07. F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07. _II_. D. MASON , ‘07. A K. LITTLE , ‘07 R. B. MECKLEY , OS. BUSINESS MANAGERS. W. J. DUMM , ‘06. W. A. SLATER , ‘07. B. W. SCRIBNER , ‘OS.
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
LO CALS Chas. Keefer , ex-’05 , spent Sunday at the College. C. R. Gaylord , ex-’08, has entered Dickinson College. Gearhart , ‘09, has been entertaining his parents at the College. Capt. Arnold had a number of his track men out running last week. Contrary to report , Junior , Campbell ex-’07, has decided to enter State instead of Lehigh . Homer R. Highley, instructor in mathematics, is assisting in coaching the football team . Mr. Higley was a student at both Harvard and Cornell. C. R. Smith , ‘06, has gone to Harrisburg to take a position with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. " Rough-house " will be missed from the football team. Butler , ex ‘06, who was in town during the last few days renewing acquaintances , left Tuesday for Ann Arbor , Mich., where he is a student at the University of Michigan. _._1. J. Snyder leaves the college every mornin g at 6.15 for Lemont and returning arrives at’ 9.20. In the afternoon the hack leaves at 1.40 and returns at 4.40. Extra trips when cal...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
H. U. MEEK THE DRUG STORE GREET Nc This town is too small to support a drug store alon e so we use the words mostly to designate our place of business. We carry as large a line of Sundries as is found in any first class drug store , but specialize on Stat ionery. Drawing Materials and Fine Cigars. Our Soda trade is handled by EXPERTS and our terms are Cash. They won ’t let us jo in the "Co-Operative " , but we share our profits with you just the same , by ra ising the Standard and Quality of our Goods and maintain ing the same low prices. Kindly give us a call and let us get acquainted any way. Yours from the start , H. D. MEEK , Phar. D. THE_’ DRUG STORE H. D. MEEK ~
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 28 September 1905
Football. The Bellefonte Academy eleven was scheduled to play against State’s Varsity on Beaver Field last Saturday afternoon. Owing to the crippled condition of the Academy ’s team its manager was compelled to call this game off , much to the disappointment of. our Manager Bair , who was very anxious that State’s eleven be given all possible practice previous to their big game at Harrisburg on October 7th . In place of Bellefonte the "scrubs" lined up against the Varsity for two fiercely fought fifteen minute halves , each team scoring onl y once. Behee carried the ball over for the second team and McGee for the Varsity eleven. The Indians look very strong. If there is " anything in a name " each Carlisle brave will undoubtedly have the advantage over his State opponent. For how can " Mother " Dunn at centre be expected to battle successfully against Little. Old-Man ; while Shaw at guard is liable to burn his fingers seriously in trying to handle " Chestnut-in-the-Fire ; " likewise...