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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 October 1912
WE WONDER. Civu l Feed. Last rhursdas’ night ss’itnessed Whether the freshmen who carrted a the benches for the two football one of the most stmccessfu l and teams Saturday are not start ng enjoyable feeds that has been given ri ght. in this college for some time , It Whether there st’as not too much was given by the Junior civils in class spirit shost’n between the m ~ voa honor of the 1916 men of that lower classes at the first varsity school. football game of the year. In the woods back of Netv Whether New Beaver Field has _a Bea ~ er Field, the felhoss s, 125 in not enough hard usage without be- number , sat around a bi g bon- fure ing run over by a fourth of the men who take part in a cla_,,s parade around the track, Whether sve should not all keep off the track in leaving the football stands . Whether the students cannot keep to the walks , instead of wearing disfiguring paths across the front campus. Dr. Seerley Coining. Dr. Seericy of Spring fhebd Mass, still be at the colle...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 October 1912
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 October 1912
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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 October 1912
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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 October 1912
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 9 October 1912
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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
PENNSYLVANIA DAY Event Will be Celebrated One Week Later Than Announced—Governor Tener and Several Important Men Will be Present. The date for Pennsylvania Day has been decided upon as Friday, November 22, one week later than that previously announced. Among the official guests of the occasion , who will inspect the college buildings and ascertain conditions in genera l are Governor and Mrs, John K. Tener, United States Senatur Boies Penrose, Lieutenant Governor John M. Reynolds’ Attorney General John C. Bell , Adjutant General Thomas J. Stewart, and a number of members of the State Legislature. The program for the day has not been fully decided upon. At the usual Pennsylvania Day exercises, to be held in the Auditorium on the morning of November 22, the principal speaker will be Attorni’y Genera l Bell , who will be introduced by Governor Tener. The chief social events will be the fraternity house dances, held on the evening of November 21, and the Pennsy lvania Day dance in the Ar...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
GLEE CLUB CONCERT Penn State Musical Organization , Under the Direction of Mr. Robinson , Gives a Varied and Excellent Performance. To cap the climax of last Saturday ’s achievements the Penn State Glee Club , under the direction of Mr. Robinson , assisted by additional talent, gave a very admirable and appreciated performance. The cluti gave evidence of careful training in the singing of "A Stein Song," by Bullard , in which finely blended harmony was a distinctive feature. Miss Katharine Foster and Mrs. Robinson , with finesse and accomplishment played two intricate classics on the piano. The college quartet in their selections proved their talent and in their encores very adroitly made the suitable gestures for their songs, which greatly amused the audience. The college string quartet scored a success in the rendition of the well known "Humoreske " of Dvorak’s. The "Fiomians Song" was most admirably sung by Mr. Robinson. The glee club accomplished the singing of Mr. Robinson’s ow...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
THE COMING GAME The Cornell Team Outweighs the Penn State Eleven Twenty Pounds to the Man—AHard Game Anticipated. An easy game with Cornell next Saturday must not be expected as "The Big Red" team has not shown her real strength to date. Last Saturday Captain Butler and Eyrich , with very slight injuries , were kept out of the game in order to be in prime condition for the State game. O’Conner, another of Cornell’s regulars, played but a few minutes in the New York University game. The Cornell line from end to end consists of men, all of whom are over six feet tall and average 195 pounds. The men in the backfield average 180. The record of all games _ployed between Cornell and Penn State follows : 1893 Penn State 0 Cornell 16 1895 Penn State 0 Cornell 0 1897 Penn State 0 Cornell 45 1907 Penn State 8 Cornell 6 1908 Penn State 4 Cornell 10 1911 Penn State 5 Cornell 0 Dr. Seerley at the College. Expectations were fully realized when the students became acquainted with Dr. Seerley, of S...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
GRADUATE COACH HARLOIV After Four Years of Vareity Service, Harlow is _Appointed ~ Graduate Coach of Football Team, When the loss of our former Graduate Coach "Bull" McCleary became known , speculations _u s to his successor began. Richard C. Harlow, both on account of his knowledge of the game and of his service to this institution as a football player , was the _natu:al choice, Harlow ’s career as :t football player has been little shnrt of phenominal. Entering the Episcopal Academy of Philadelph ia in the fall of 1907 he was at once put at tackle on the regular team. At the close of the season he was unanimously accorded a position as tackle on the All-Sci olastic of Philadelphia. Dick entered Penn State in the fall of 1908 in a crippled condition as a result of a broken ankle. In spite of this handicap, he succeeded in making the freshman football tea m, was chosen captain , and on account of the ability he displayed during the class game, was taken to Pitt that fall and there g...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
PENN STATE 30 WASH-JEFF 0 Red and Black Team Weakened as Game Progressed. Captain Manthe and Miller Make Spectacular Runs. Contrary to expectations, the strong Penn State eleven completely outplayed the Washington and Jefferson team in all departments of the game last Saturday on New Beaver Field before a crowd of 5000 persons. A delegation of loyal W. and J. rooters occupying a section in the lower bleachers supported their team throughout the entire struggle. Shortly after the kick-off , Miller ran the ball from our own 33 yar _1 line to the opponent ’s 33 yard line. Here the W and _3 line proved invincible. Captain Mauthe then choose to attempt a goal from placement which proved successful resulting in the first score of the game. W and _._1 kicked to State a ~ d by a series of end runs and line plunges the ball was forced to the opponent ’s goal line but dropped from Mauthe’s hands at the critical moment. State soon gained possession of the ball and Mauthe kicked a second field ...