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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 19 October 1911
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
THE VILLANOVA GAME Penn State Revenges Last Year ’ s Tie Score—New Men Show Up Well. In one of the roughest games ever played on New Beaver Field Villanova was outclassed by Captain Very’s football machine. The game was played on a soft field , yet our men were able to show their superiority over the Main Liners. Mauthe opened the game by kicking to Villanova _,who returned the ball ten yards. During this quarter State lacked aggressiveness and was held even by its opponents. Just prior to the ending of the first quarter, Miller, who had been substituted for Hermann , brought the three thousand spectators to their feet by making a sensational twentyfive yard run. The period ended with the ball on Villanova ’s 37 yard line. State showed up better in the second quarter but were again held scoreless by their opponents although the ball remained in Villanova ’s territory practically all of the ime. The second quarter ended with the ball in State’s pDssession and thirty-two yards from Vi...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
PENN’S GREAT PROGRESS Pennsylvania Showed Good Team Work Against Brown—Failed to Solve Brown ’ s Forward Passes. Pennsylvania has played her first big game and lost. This was due to but one cause and that was the inability of the Red and Blue _teSm to solve Brown ’s forward passes. In every other respect , the Pennsy lvania team was the equal of the fast Brown aggregation. Brown is undoubtedly very strong in the line while their backfield is the equal of any team ’s in the East. Penn ’s defeat does not therefore mean that they will prove easy prey for the colleges on their schedule from now on, for if Head Coach Smith can evolve some adequate defen ~ c against forward passes, this Pennsylvania eleven will be a very hard one to defeat. Though outweig hed 11 lbs. pr man in the line , the Quaker foiwards moie than held their ov_,n so th at eve n such remarkable ba cks as _Sprackling, Crowther an d Tenney were repeatedly h eld fo r short gai ns or thrown for losses. With the lire showin...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
ON TO PHILADELPHIA Everybody Make a Final Effort to Attend the Big Game—At Least Six Hundred Men Should Ac. company the Team. The special train secured by Manager Orr for the Penn game will leave the Bellefonte Central station at 11:45 Friday morning. Since last year only four hundred students look the trip, this year when vie have a much better chance of beating Penn on Franklin field , there should be at least six hun dred fellows take advantage of cheering the Blue _i_,nd White on to victory. The team _wll stay at the White Marsh Country Club , while headquart ers in Philadelphia will be at the Normandie Hote _’ . Every man in coll ge is backing the team for all that he is worth , and there can ~ ure _1y be no bet ter usy to show this spirit tFrri ly ~~ cror tii g the team on Paj kIm field . Let everyone make a final effort. The slogan is "On to Penn. " Reception to Foreign Students. The Cosmopolitan Club held it annual reception to new _membeis Friday e ~ ening Oct. 2Cth. 1h _~ ...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
HEAD COACH "BULL" McCLEARY 1910 Star Making Splendid Reputation as Coach—A True Penn State Man of Whom We May Well be Proud. With the class of _1_S ~ 1O there entered Penn State a fe _~ s of the best athletes that have ev ~ r worn the Blue and White during an athletic event. Among such r’sen as Vorhis, Hermano, Hirshmao and other famous backs, there _h one man—Edward McCleary, whose ability as an all around athlete is eclipsed by none. McCleary entered he:e from California Normal. He wss captain of both football and basthall teams of that institution for two years, winfling from such colleges as Wash. COACH _McCLIfARY ington and Jefferson , St. Vincent and West Virginia. P’s a freshman , McCleary proved to be a star at halfback on our team. It was his trusty foot that kicked a remarkable field goal in the Indian game, State winning four to notF ing. Agj in this same year in the game with the University of Pittsburg, having only a few minutes to play, _McCleary shattered the Pitt lin...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
e. ~~~~ _‘ _~~~ ‘_. _~~ _iTS _’ _‘ ~ o’rt ~ o’ ~ a\ _‘?_a_’ ~ o’v _55_% East _CaVinqe _~ ‘u’un_. i-l air Cutting a SpecIalty Moles and Warts Removed Stephens’ POOL ROOM ___________ and BARBER SHOP 123 Allen Street orchards this side of the Mississippi River and are owned by Mr. Cohill & Sons. One block of trees here covers 700 acres. Near Martinsburg, W. Va., Mr. N. T. Frame, secretary of the Berkley County Horticultural society, went with the boys through the. Bowers & Faulkner orchard , the Protumna orchard owned by J. W. Stuart, and the J. N. Thatcher company orchard. After leaving Martinsburg the party went to Washington , D. C., where it was met by Professors Lake and Beatty of the Department of Agriculture. They accompanied the boys through the Agricultural buildings and later to the Government Experimental Farm at Arlington . Va. At each place the party was cordially welcomed and very pleasantl y entertained. Each grower was interested in the work of the stude...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
Penn State ~~ I1egian _cubi_,,bed on _Ti_,ur,day of each etch durIng the _en_(_Iegc year bu’ the ,tudeols of _I _iv _Penn_,_yioanla Stdt e College in the _i_,,_(ctvst of tIle _Stude,_it,, Foc a lly _Aio,nn, and Friends of the _coh ere. —_i_’.nt eecd at _lt_,_e Po,_toffice , Slate College . _So a. •_ec_,nd _cha t _s _ma tter SUBSCRIPTIO N. 61 lOper year or _51 25 ,f paid within 30 d ay. _oft e, d ote of ,ub,_eeipt_,on THURSDAY, OCT. 26. 1911 Publicity The letter printed in Campaign this issue, fro m a former president of the Press Club here at Penn State, strikes the keynote in the problem of bringing news to the attention of outside readers. It is not to the college pape r, to the Press Club , or to the local representative of the Associated Press, that our alumni must turn to obtain a rightful place for Penn State news in the daily papers. It is to the editors themselves. A concerted action on the part of local al umn i organi zation s and of groups of men stationed in the same vic...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
r 1—i~ I-I ig ~ 1-i ~~~~~~~ 1 ~~ r-d _- _~~~~ ii r ~ _cl r-y- 1h ~~ 5_tt_._i d ~~ r ~ t’ ~~ L t.s i- ~ dry cWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. çOur laundry is modern in all departments_, IJIWe cater to those who desire hi gh grade work at honest prices. cYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work, H. E. Shore ‘13 _1. _1.. McCreary ‘12 1- STUDENT AGENTS L. A. Davis ‘12 ç E. T Asphiodlu ‘12 STUDENT AGE NTS - B. M. Herunon ‘_12 j _‘_1’. W. Harris ‘13
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 26 October 1911
Editor in Chiol W. S. KRIEBEL , JR., ‘12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 Associa te Editors C. A. BARKER , ‘12 It. M. EVANS , ‘13 _IL _5 ~. KRIMMEL , ‘13 .1. D. HOGARTH , _14 F. C. DOSE , 14 Busin ess Manag er _II_. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKLIN , ‘12 THEO. LENCFINER .‘12