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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
J_. B_’. _IVIAR _TIN _SdiLF_) AGEN r _FOR SEALSI-LIPT OYSTERS CHOICE FRUIT South Ailed Street , opposite the Postoffic e HENRY GRIMM FINE . TAILORING E_,t ~ _bii_,iioit _1811 CLEANING _‘ _PRESSING _‘_REPAIRING J. P. 1-IAGMAN Strictly : Ffrstclass Tailoring High Grade Gents Furnishings 127 S. Allen Street
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 September 1912
RAY _II_. GILLILAND , P. _0 Druggist Drugs Sundries Stationery - , Toilet’Artfcles ‘ _, Students ’ _sup _~ _iies _" ~ _4 _Ct _,_4_, _., _.._au_,_o_,._4_c_.___t_,. _~~ .__ S._ ..._~~~ _&tOC Pr eser ~ ptions a Specialty STATE JEWELRY Whitman and Huyler Chocolates N ittany inn Block College Ave.
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 October 1912
PENN STATE REPRESENTED Dr. Sparks , Among Such Distinguished Men as President Taft and Governor Tener Filled an Import _ant Part _iii the Program. On Governors ’ Day, at the Semi-Centennial Crlebration of the Loyal Wax Gov _eino is ’ Confere n ce, hel d at Altoo na , Wednesday, September 25 , oui o _~’ _n President Sparks had t _~ xe distinct honor of being the oratr of the _(_in_)’. Aft ci the mi l _itax y and school _~ _aiacle , wh ich together with the eLcnce of Piesiclcnt Taft , Gove nor liner, an d many other not a ’)ic _guc st s , ’x ade the day one of the p catest eve r cclcbiated in _Cential I enn sy _h an ia , a leceptio n was tendcreel P ;esident Taft and Goveinor Toner. ihe _lecept ion was concluded by a banquet at the Logan I- _Lou se in the ~ cry same ioom in v _nicix the conf exence of the Coy—cino is was held _fi fly years ago. At t ~ is b _xmc _qxe t the xe was no speaking e he todst offered by Dr. Spaxk ~ , wi _Thxixg long life and happine ss to His Excellency. Pres...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 October 1912
FIRST MASS MEETING Initial Evening Mass Meeting Was Well Attended—Spirit in Evidence. The first mass .meeting of the year was held in the Old Chapel last Friday evening. The object of the meeting was to arouse interest in the student body. President Engle presided and speeches were made by the following men:—Ray Smith, Dr. Luby, _"Bob" Reed , "Andy " Lytle, Mauthe , Very, Hansen_,Lamb _, Barron ,_Hollenback , Har_. low and Engle. A strong plea was _maci _c to every big man in college, whether here for the first time this year or an old man, to come out for the football team. The line is badly in need of competent men to _woilc against the varsity men. The tact was emphasized also that a big hole would be made in the 1913 team by graduation next spring. Unless experienced men are developed this year, there will no one to fill the gaps next fall. In other _word s a man should not hedtat,- about coming Out this year simply for the reason that he may see no opening on the eleven as it s...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 October 1912
Penn State 11egian _, _‘ u _bius hed on Thu _es das’ of cacti _Pd_5 du r _n ~ _us e mime-ic s ear by the t t _uuioo t s of i _un _i_’ _ea os y i _ca nja State Co _iieg e us tie _i, _iteees t ul t _ie_, Student s , _Fm si lty. Alumni _s d Fruen d _e of t ise co _il _exe - _E_,_ut _eeo d at the _Pot t _oi f _iop . _5_mm _Coileiis ’, _ia it ,_ecas d _om it melter Editor in Chief R. M. EVANS , ‘_12 Assistant Editor _H. A. _ICI_1IMMEL , ‘_13 Associ ate _Edut _ou _p G. A. BARKER , ‘13 J. D. HOGARTJ I , ‘14 F’. C. DOSE, ‘14 D. HESS . ‘_11 J. R. _MATu RES, ‘_15 W. S. PARKINSON , Ii-., ‘is Business Manager M. _H GRUBBS , ‘13 i’tssistzmnt _M_._un _~ mger H. H. _h ENDERSON , ‘13 Associate Manager. _I. B. _KEELAN , ‘14 _StJts_5_CRiP _l iON. _$_1 _SO per _sca r er _$1 _25 if paid w ut _hu ,u _30 _dv _i ’s _ftc_, d to of subscription. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1912 A Change in Commencing with tile Day. this issue the "Callegian " will be pu blished on Wednesday morning instead of _7hursday morning. The ...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 October 1912
_1_" I- ~~ I—I i ~ g ~~~ t E _~ 1 _ci_.~~ t r-cl L ~ et ti ri _ci x-y Th~~ ~~ t ~~ _dex _rit’ ~~ t _~ i ~ c4ry ~ JWe biake an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. ~ j JOur laundry is modern in all departments. ~ We cater to those who desire hi gh grade work at hon ~ est pr ices. ~ jJYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. E Snore ‘13 _I L. _MeCre ary ‘12 ~ STUDENT AGENTS L. A. Davis ‘12 S E. T. Asplundh ‘12 STUDENT AGENT S B. M. Herman ‘12 _I T. W. Harris ‘13
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 2 October 1912
Lock ilaven Steam Laundr BEST WORK \\ _‘ ~~ \ ~~~~ _LUWEBT \\ \_,\ ~~ _ta ~~~ _PPTPTt _P \\ ‘ ; : ; _atro ~~ ge ~~- Solicited ST _IIDEN_1 AGENTS A. L. Sher m an ‘14 H .W . Stlner _‘_1 _t _~ ttast ~ ~~~~~ _~ (_ettt _?_os _~ ev ~ _oswç a ~~ Stuetc- _h _~ o_’_mXe _~ e, _1_?c-vu’eu_’_as