Elephind.com contains 14,459 items from State Collegian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
V N6 NAN W3UIT? Let us help you. Smart Styles Good Workmanship-Low Prices. A rare combination. _For samples see _S. K. VARN ES 33 Annex No. 2 irred _Kauffinalin _’_s LocalRepresentattvc H ~ I _~ ’l ~ _FBED _I _I _•_i ~ _I_’ _~~ j KAUPFMAIIN _~ i ‘ _~ \ _1 _‘_lteA_!ncnCaa Tailor ~ _ChicagO, U ~ ~ ~
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
The Indian Game In a game replete with plucky, nervy, gritty football _‘SOld State’s" eleven went down to defeat before the Carlisle Indians last Saturday afternoon at Harrisburg . The final score stood 11 to 0 in favor of the Redmen , but only after State’s Sons had fought so valiantly as to earn the plaudits of_. the 8000 enthusiastic spectators , who viewed the finest gridiron battle Harrisburg has ever witnessed. It was a great contest in every sense of the word , and one that will long be remembered at both State and Carlisle. With a glorious October sun burnishing the Capitol City ’s masses of "Old Home Week" decorations , the crowds began to wend their way towards the Island Park gridiron as early as 1 o’clock, and by 2.30, the gridiron , checkered by its lines of "white wash, " was completely surrounded with an expectant multitude Carlisle’s students and supporters, composed of both braves and squaws, along - with the famous Indian band , occupied almost the entire "bleacher...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
bring it out. From this game they can pick out weak spots and strengthen them so that by Thanksgiving day we expect to have a team that will be able to wipe out the defeat administered at the hands of W. U. P. last year. Our Opponents. Although the games of last Saturday and the Saturday before , are scarcely a sufficient basis from which to draw positive conclusions as to the relative strength of State and the teams who will oppose us this season , one can compare scores and form opinions to some extent. Certainl y all doubt as to the superiority of Carlisle over our present team was removed when the Indians in the face of as plucky and spirited a defense as any team ever put up crossed our line twice in the game at Harrisburg. The Indians are the real thing in football , and , judging from the rather ragged showing made by U. P. against Gettysburg and Swarthmore it seems not unlikel y that Carlisle will be the champions of Pennsy lvania this year. Mention of Getlysburg reminds us ...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
ALU MNI A. S. Biesecker , ‘04 , is working for the D. L. & W. R. R. at Scranton. _3. B. Warriner , ‘05, has located with the Lehigh Coal Co., at Wilkesbarre. H. H. Heinrich , ‘05, is employed a ~ the P ~ nnsylvania Railroad shops at Altoona. Edward S. Frey, ‘03, is engineer with the State Highway Department at Harrisburg. Simon Miller , ‘03, has a ’ position with the Pennsylvania Steel Cornpany at Steelton. W. K. Meyers , ‘05, has a position with the Pennsylvania Steel Company at Steelton , Pa. _Hoffeditz , ‘05, was at his old position behind the base drum in the band at Harrisburg last _Saturday. Ralph Cummings , ‘03, spent a day here last week. He has -left his position with the Allis Chalmers Co. and is nov ~ at Cape May looking for something better. Alex. Hart , ‘05, editor in chief of the_‘_-‘ Collegian " last year , and later managing editor of the State College Times , left for New York on Friday to take up newspaper work on the New York Journal.
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
THURSDAY , OCT. 12 , 1905 EDITORIAL We have met the enemy and we are theirs. The great Indian game is over and everybody seems satisfied. Of course there are some of us who had some hopes of winning and many expected that we would score ; but our boys played well and we are content. No serious mistakes were made on either side although neither team is as yet fully developed. It was the first real game for both teams this year and much valuable experience on both sides has probably been gained. We have much respect for the Indians ’ strength and we recognize Woodruff as an efficient coach . We believe they have as good a team as there is in the state. The results for their games from now on will be watched with interest. The arrival of Coach Fennell, of Cornell , last week, who handled our team so well last year , makes our prospects 3till brighter. Fennell and Scholl , together with " Pop " Golden will form a strong coaching staff and if there is anything in State’s football materia...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during tise college year in the interest of The _Pennsylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office, State College , Pa., as second class matte r. EDITORS. T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , Chief. F. R , BREWSTER , ‘07. F. B. GARRAHAN _, ‘07. H. D. MASON , ‘07 . A . K. LITTLE , ‘07 R. B. MECKLEY , O ~ . BUSINESS MANAGERS. W . 3 . DUMM , ‘06. W . A . SLATER, ‘07. B. W. SCRIBNER , ‘08.
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
The Indian Game continued f r om ~ a ~ g e _I_. dashes for the "White and Blue. " Neither eleven showed good offensive power. while on the defense State’s men performed grandly, their all around tackling being especially fine. Almost every man in Captain Yeckley ’ s line-up contributed several spectacular flying tackles in the open field , and the huge crowd was not slow in showing its admiration for the sturdy work of State’s sons. As for condition , Coach Golden ’s team seemed to be in almost perfect trim , and the battle looked more trying on the Redinen than upon their husky _oppnnents. In speed and interference the Indians were ahead of our team , but these faults may be corrected by a month’s hard work and experience. As for team work the veteran Carlisle eleven certainly had the call over State’s comparatively "green " aggregation, especially on the offensive. But we have all j u st reason to be mighty proud of our ‘Varsity eleven, which gives great promise for the future , a...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 October 1905
given State for offside play, and Yeck got 2 at end. Offside again, and State got 10 yards Miller rounded end for 8 yards, McGee hurdles for 2, and Moorhead 4. Then State was penalized 10 yards for holding and McGee punted 35 yards , Archi getting back 10. Dillon 1 yard , Bowen 3, Bowere 2, and Mount Pleasant punted 45, Moorhead coming back 15, but fumbled , and it was Carlisle’s ball in the middle of the field. Barr nipped Dillon for a loss , just as the whistle blew. SECOND HALF. McGee kicked off to Archi, who dodged back for 15 yards , and then ran 10 more around the end. Leathers nabbed Lubo for 4 yards loss, and Dillon made 2 at tackle. Mt. Pleasant kicked 45 yards and Moorhead slid back 3, and added the distance around left end , after which 5 yards was given State for offside, and Dubois was laid out for time. Yeck hit tackle for 2, McGee centre 1, and Yeck was hurt. McGee then punted 35 atid Mt. Pleasant ran back 10, Leathers downing him hard. Albanez 3 around end , Jude 4, ...