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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904
Athletic Meeting At a meeting of the Athletic Asscia - tion on Tuesday evening, October a committee was appointed to draw up a new constitution for the Association , this committee being requested to formulate new rules as to awarding the Varsity "S" to members of Ihe athletic teams. A committee on Accommodations was appointed to investigate railroad excursion rates to Williamsport for the Dickinson game. At the close of the meeting the students crowded to the front of the chapel and practiced organized cheering.
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904
Natural History Club The regular meeting of the Natural History Club was held Oct. 19. Ingram and Groff , both of ‘07, were elected members , and E. P. Hayes, ‘08, was proposed for membership . Spicer gave an interesting talk on "Things to be seen at St. Louis," and Lee read a paper on "The Plum Curculio. " The Club meets every Wednesday evening and all interested in natural history are invited to attend.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904
S TATE COLLEGE STUDIO Stands as a synonym for all that is new, artistic and up-to-date in Photography. If you watch this space during this college year we will try and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction. Please call and examine our work. w . w . _IMI I Tr f-EL, ‘ _I ~~ ~~
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 26 October 1904
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
Calendar. THURSDAY , NOV. 3 8.00 P. M. Jacob Rils in the Auditorium. "The Battle with the Slums. " SATURDAY , NOV. 5. 3.00 P. M. State Team vs. Bellefonte Academy. SUNDAY , NOV. 6. 9.45 A. M . Bible Classes. 11._OOA. M. Chapel. 6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. in Room 529 Main. Topic , "Backing the Team. " 0. C. I-Jays, .eader. TUESDAY , NOV. _8. Election. WEDNESDAY , NOV . 9. 6.30 P. M. E. E. Society in Room 20, Engineering Building. 8.00 P. M. Natural History Club.
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
Seniors Visit St. Louis. On Friday, October 21, a party composed of twenty Seniors, Mechanical s and Electricals , and six Junior Electrica s were given a ten day ’s leave of absence to make an inspection trip to the World’s Fair at St. Louis. The party accompanied the football team and rooters to Pittsburg where they waited to see the State—W. & .3. game. Saturday morning was given to a visit to the Westinghouse establishment where the bunch was divided into squads and given to the care of old State men as guides. These were Gerwig, ‘02, Heck and Colvin , ‘04. Saturday nigh t most of the fellows attended the different heatres to their liking. Sunday morning at 2.10 all were due at Union Depot—so was the train . The train was late—so were some of the fellows ,but three o’clock found all united on the way to St. Louis. It was a tired bunch and soon all were quiet. There was a general awakening on the prairies in the morning. The trip thr_,ough Ohio , Indiana and Illinois was ...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
Alumni Notes Dr. F. 3. Pond , ‘92, attended the inaguration of President Luther , at Trinity College last week , as official delegate representing the Stevens Institute of Technology. Dr. G. R. Wieland , ‘92, is complimented in the preface of G. Hilton Scribner ’s Monograph , "Where Did Life Begin?" as follows: _"These researches have been supplemented on the plant side in a remarkable manner by the careful paleontological investigations of Dr. George R. Wieland of Yale University. " Bears in an Eastern Town . The following was taken from the Denver "Post: " "Bellefonte , Pa., Oct. 25—Ten bears invaded this place Saturday and after killing one horse and several pigs and spreading terror among like stock generally started through the main street , routed the Saturday crowds in several stores and wound up by besieging twenty or more inhabitants in a yard of one of the suburbs. "From here the bears went to Farransville, a suburb , where an unsuccessful attempt was made by a party of fa...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
Y. M. C. A A mcs ~ significant feature of Christian work among our American colleges is the exçending _inteicst taken in Bib ~ e study. Last year the number of cftdcnls cnro l cd in this study was over 25 , 000. This year the number will probab e reach 35,-000 or 4O, 0 ~ 0. li is interesting to to note that the need group syst€m j _5 being taken up by the _fiaternitic s at Cornell , Brown , Mar s. Institute Cf Techno o ~ y, Lehigh , Syracu _er , _m d Washington and Jefferson. Fralernity classes have been organized and aie being conduc ed. The _Ar scciation in the U. S. Military Academy at West Point is unique in many particulars. N _inty per cent of the cadets ’ _l elong to _it and about 50 pec cent are enrolled in Bible classes. Considering the demands made upon the cadet s _t_!me and the exac ~ ing nature of their duties this is a rexnar cab e _rho _~ ’ ing. The president of the Association is Liters, who was the first for&gner to scale the walls of Fekin during the siege ...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
PERSONALS Mrs . K. E. Annis is visiting her father , Professor _Gill ,for a few days. Her husband has been for eight years Professor of Mathematics in Hartford Connecticut High School , but has recently gone into business with his brother in Chattanooga , Tenn. Mr. Annis was at Johns Hopkins University at the same time as Professors Willard and Tudor.
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
A Hard Practice Game. As Westminster had canceled , arrangements were made with the Jersey Shore team to play here last Saturday. They came highly elated over their previous showing _agair.st the College team and determined to win from the Varsity in any manner. A large crowd of students assembled to witness the contest. The teams lined up with Jersey Shore defending the south goal and Moecrip kicked off . The ball _wcnt across the goal line after a Jersey Shore man had touched it and Stat e claimed a touch back. This was disputed and the ball was finally given to Jersey Shore on the 25-yard line. They failed to gain and kicked to Yeckley on the 55-yard line. From here Stat e carried the ball down the fie:d for a touchdown at the hands of Smith , and Moscript easily kicked ~ he goal . Kelley got the next kick-off and brought it back 15 yards. Again they could not gain and punted. A series of plays netting 3 to 5 yards at a clip finally placed the ball where Yeckley could easily scor...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
Thursday Nov. 3, 1904 Ed itorial This office is in receipt of too many notices like the following: "Mr. Editor: Please scratch my name off your list. My room-mate and I have decided to take the paper together and it will come in his name. With this kind support we aresupposed to issue a weekly paper. No reasons are given for this repudiation and we are at a loss to name them. Far sooner would we receive a good tearing out than these noncommittal notes. If the sheet does not suit you, say so. It is far from perfect but we know that it is supp lying demand much better than the Lance ever did. Our contemporaries assert that the right move has been made. The small number of alumni that we have been able to reach are heartily in sympath y with us. Yet the movement is endangered by a number of fellows who have not spirit enough to support it. We are told that some cannot afford it. How many? Hands up! Most of the fellows who are earning their way through college are on the list for a paid...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State college. EDITORS , W. B. HOKE , ‘_OS , Chief , ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘_05 , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05, T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. W. G. HECKATHORNE , ‘06. ASSISTANT MANAGER. C. R. OBERFELL , ‘06.