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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
feel that now they are a part of the student body which has worked and will continue to do all in its power to advance the good name that our institution now bears. We wish you , 1916, just as strong a finish as a beginning. New In order to complete Business the statf , two new men Managers will be addedto the business staff of the paper this fall. Applicants rare eligible from the present junior class, and should hand their names at once to the business manager. Freshman In another column of Schedule, this paper will be seen the football schedule for the 1916 class. The scheduling of games for our freshmen is an entirely new experiment at Penn State and an athletic move in the right direction. Such a move allows us to demand more recognition from other colleges and universities; it helps to stimulate interest in outdoor sports among the first year men; and it certainly is a means of finding good material to strengthen our varsity teams. The result of these freshmen schedules will e...
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
Penn State j11egian Publis hed on _Tbursd ~ y of each week during the college year by the studen t. of Tne Penn _sylvania State College in the intere st of the Students , _Fac ulty , Alumn i and Friends of the college. Entered at the Postoffioe, State college , Pa• al •ecocd clas, matter Editor in Chief _H. M. EVANS, ‘13 Assistant Editor M. A. KRIMMEL , ‘13 - Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘_13 J . D. HOGARTH , ‘14 F. C. DOSE , ‘14 D. HESS , ‘14 J. _ft. MAT HERS , _‘_15 W. S. PARKINSON , Jr. , ‘15 Business Manager M. M. _GRIJBBS , ‘13 Assistant Manager B. R. HENDE RSON , ‘13 SUBSCRIPT ION. _$1._30 per year or $1 .25 If paid within SOda ,, after date of subscripti on, - THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1912 1916 College exercise for the year of 1912-13 opened Wednesday morning by the usual chapel exercises. As a definite sign of the growth of Penn State, President Sparks confirmed the registration of 705 freshmen and about 50 men entering from other colleges. In comparison to the 497 freshmen w...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
A Well Attended Session of Teachers. The third Summer Session enrolled 394 teachers representing 57 out of the _dT counties in the state. This makes an increased attendance of 83 per cent, over that of the previous year and more than twice the same percentage over that of the first session. The courses which showed the greatest r ~ Iative growth over previous sèssions were those in Agriculture, Don ~ estic Science, Public _School_._Dra _~ jing and Manual Arts, _Educadon , Public School Music, and Manual ~ _rraining. _- Judging by the past, it is safe to predict that the_’S next session will easily reach ~ he 500 mark. A table of comparat.ve statistics concerning the three sessions will undoubtedly be of Interest to Penn State students and faculty members.~ - _- The follo ng is a comparison of statisti. ~ s concerning t e _~ i ~ i ~ 5tis courses offeied during the three sessions: 1910 1911 1912 23 _11 29 33 7_d 70 11 35 2 14 20 42 34 31 65 20 _36 96 134 Agr. Bot. Chem. Dom. Sci Educ....
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
23 946 Total 337 469 The New Commandant. Lieutenant Thomas H. Lowe, 1st. Lieutenant in the 28th. U. S. Infantry, has been appointed to succeed Captain E. Fry as Commandant of Cadets. Lieutenant Lowe has assumed his new duties at Penn State. In a Week. Within the next two days a selection oE a track coach will be made for our track team. The next issue of the paper will contain some interesting facts about _our athletics in general and about track plans. _______________ Basket Ball Manager. At the mass meeting held last Wednesday morning P. T. Bevan was elected manager of varsity basket ball for the season of 1912-13. This action was recommended by the executive committee of the athletic association. _~~~~ l1 ~~ fant ~~ ~~~~~ ntr ~~ 1 R ~~ iI r a ~~ _cI F. H. THOMAS , General Manager BELLEFON TE. PA. ~ . ~~ H A W HARNESS MAKER Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE can be kept clean by washing wit h soap and water You con stand on it when empty. The best LOW PR ICE _,uitca ,e made J. B. MINGL...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
I-i ~~ 1 _i~~ t _~ _iri ~~ _iii r-iclr-y- ‘T_’h ~~ ~~ t _t_._i d ~~ r ~ t’ ~~ L ~~~ _LI_1 - ~ dry ~ We make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. _(JOur laundry is modern in all departments. _(JWe cater to those who desire high grade work at honest pri ~ es. _(JYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. E. Shore ‘13 E, T. Anplnndh ‘12 J. L. McCreary ‘12 _1_. STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS -f B. M . Herman ‘12 L. A. D _~ vts ‘12 _I _CT. W. Harris ‘_13
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
_~ t _~ e otO ~ Ta’p_\t ~ T end dealer in _aat a ‘_o eS Eant _Co _~~ B_55 _atatE CO’_ttEIIE sock Haven Steam Laundry BEST WORK ~ - _~ - ~ 4 _1L ~at LOWEST \\ _\‘\ PRICES ~~~~~~ t ~ ! ~_~~ _‘; _~~~~~ _atronage Solicited STUDENT AGENTS A. L. Sherman ‘14 H.W. Stiner ‘ia S ~~~ t, ’ _~~~ at _‘?_o _~~~ T Co ~~ a ~~ ~ tatt ~~~~~~~~ _‘?_e_, _~~~ ’a ~ ~~ ~ _~~~~ _~~
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
Hazing Regulations. Following are the rules adopted by the class oi 1915 regarding hazing: 1. To abolish all indiscriminate hazing fog- the school year of 1912-13. 2. To inaugurate the custom that the freshman class, in May of its freshman year, elect seven men as a committee to try any man of the next freshman class who violates the college customs and to see that justice be meted out to him. 3. That this committee be elected by popular vote of the class. Each member of the class shall vote for seven men and the seven men having the greatest number of votes shall be declared elected to this committee. Sub. 3. The men for this committee shall be nominated and the nominations shall not be closed until at least 12 (twelve) men shall have been nominated. 4. That this committee be responsible to its class for acts it may perform or neglect to perform and that the class have the right to recall , by a majority vote, any member of this committee, at any time. All vacancies to be filled by...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
mhe ’11 v u— Shc p Nobby Tailor Made Clothing, Hats, Caps The ~~ hQp fQr JV1_e ~ _ri’ ~~ Up -t Q d _~ ite F ~ _tirri ~~~ h h-ig ~ Raincoats and Sweater Coats Cleaning and Pressing 3 ~~ i _~~ im ~~IE EJD F_°’OP A L)OI L AI RQbi ~~ cu-i J3Ic c_1 H A R F Y W. A U E F A 11e i-i t i- t _ert ~ ~ ] i ~ ~~~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~ _~ ~~~ _~~
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
The : Penns ylvania : Stat e : _Colilege EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D., L.L. D., PRESIDENT Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of _Peiinsyivaniil ~~~ FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineering, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science , offering thirty-si x courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Education—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the firs t of February; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue , bulletins, announcements, etc., address THE REGISTRAR, State College, Pennsylvania The Y. M. C. A. Reception. Following its usual custom , the Y. M. C. A. of this college tendered a reception to the incoming freshmen last Friday evening. As the class of 1916 had assumed such a magnitude, and as the number of the guests promised to be so large, the g...