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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
Substitutions: Penn State—Barron for Wilson; _Dc Vine for Barron; Mc-Vean for Engle; Vogel for Lamb; Fisher for Clark; Sayre for Whitney; Langdon for Miller; Kellar for Berryman; Welling for Welty; Tobin for Mauthe; McNulty for Tobin. W and J—L. Schwab for Bovill; Schreckingost for W. Ycunkins; Gettemy for Alexander; Younkins for Fleming; Moody for Cook. Touchdowns—Very 2. Miller, Goals from touchdown—Mauthe 2 Miller 1. Goals from field—Mauthe 3. Referee—Vail , Penn. Umpire—McCarty, Germantown. Linesman—Gillender, Penn.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
Penn State 11egian _Pobli,hod _Weduo_,_day at each _veol_, _dae_,_og the college year by the students _01 _Inc _5_’_ens_. ~ _ivosha Stat,, College is the ,ntceest _uS tI,, Student, , _Fag oily, Alumni _os_,_l Felend_. uS _liv_, esllog’,. Entered at the Po,_tuffice. Stat,, College , _Ps _._s_, second _cia.. matter _SUNSCR IP _n ON . _$1.50 per year or$l _25,f ps_,d w ~_th ~ u 30 _dsy_. _oiler ,_t lesS ,ub,ce,ot_,os. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, 1912 The W. & J. Last Saturday ’s Game. game with Washington and Jefferson was one of the greatest football games that has ever been played on New Beaver Pield. The game was preceded by a monster Mass Meeting the evening before, the result of which was that the spirit shown by the team and student body the next day was far beyond all expectations . Fully 5,000 people witnessed the game. In additton to the large number of visitors and the hundred rooters that came fiom Washington , one notable feature was the large number of Alumni present. It I...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
t tate College Meat Mark e F. P. RESIDES Wholesale & Retail Dealers U SOUTH ALLEN STREET Resignations. Mr. J. W. Gregg, head of our landscape gardening department, has handed in his resignation , to take effect on February 1st , 1913. Mr. Gregg will go to the University of California , where he will assume charge of the landscape gardening work. Here again it may be said that the college will lose a valuable professor because all that have come in contact with Mr. Gregg, know that he is a man of ability, and possessed of admirable artistic tast e. Mr. C. F. Shaw, who has been very active in the Agronomy department of Penn State, will also leave for th& University - of California abou ~ January 1st, 1913. As Mr. Shaw has been very _iostru. mental in. ’tbe’ _. mapping of _~ soils -_‘in this part of the .sta ~ e, -for the _paht few years , w ~ ich has made him an expert along those lines, he will take the chair of Soil Technology at California. Here again is an instance...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
bert and W. C. Cope ~~~ . . mines at Cokedale, Col. A. F. Sutton is working in Knoxville, Tenn., with the U. S. Bureau of Mines. An Addition to "Old Main ". A new stone terrace is being added to the west side of "Old Main ". The new terrace .will be in harmony with the building and will greatly add to the appearance of the same. A new concrete walk will lead from the new steps to the main walk. This walk will be built over the tunnel and will not have the present curve in it. Pictures Framed in 1 Day all up to date _moldt ng ~~~~ . _ID_. _~~ Iag_1 ~~ Fraz _,er atre rt Opposile R R. Stat ion AN I TAR Y PL UM B I NG, STEAM , HOT ‘WATER , VAPOR AND VACUUM HEATING tate College _Pennsylvaola B ~~ ] ~~ font ~ c ~~ntr ~~ l R _ailr oa d F. H. THOMAS , General Manager BELLEFONTE , _PA. No. a. _is. 7.17 4,40 1 _55 pm _bo a 9.15 0.00 5.50 5.47 _LOB 5._85 5 tO 5-sc 6.07 _ts_.oo p.m 3._130 to so pm
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
r _r ~ ~~ _— ~~td _~~~ - _~ iI Er-y-Ti-i _c _Sti_.._iderit ’ ~ L ~ u..zridry cWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. _çOur_. laundry is modern in all departments. cWe cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. çYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. _13. H. Shore ‘13 _1_. L. McCr eary ‘12 ~ STU DENT AGENTS L. A . Davis ‘12 E. T. Aspiundh ‘12 STUDENT AGENTS B. M. _13_e _~ rnan ‘12 _‘ _1 T. W. _l_3arris ‘13 _1 i 1 _i
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
Editor in Chief R. M. EVANS , ‘13 Assistant Editor M. A. _KEIMMEL , ‘13 Associate Editors G. A. BARK ER , ‘13 J. D. HOGARTU , ‘_14 F. C. DOSE, ‘14 D. HESS , ‘14 J. _H. MATHERS , ‘_13 W. S. PARKINSON , Ji’., ‘i ~ Business Manager M. M. GRUBBS , ‘13 Aasistarit Manager B. R. _h ENDERSON , ‘13 Associate Manager. L. _13_. KEELAN , ‘14
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
The : Penns ylvania : State : College EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D., L.L. D,, PRESIDENT Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvnni a ~~~ FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineering , Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science, offering thirty-si _~ c courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Education—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of _Septem ber; second semester the first of February; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue, bulletins , announcements , etc. , address THE REGISTRAR , State _Colhege , Pennsylvania Y. M. C. A. Entertainments. Following its usual custom the Young Mens’ Christian Association will offer a series of entertainments again this year. It has been very fortunate in securing some of the best talent available, and every student should make it a point t...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
$1.00. Wake up students, here’s your chance, to get a whole lot in exchange for a little. Enthusiastic Gathering of Alumni. Quite a large gathering of visiting alumni and ex-students spent Saturday evening, October 12th , at the _reside ~ ce of ~ ean ~ Jackson in ~ al king over the football game of the afternoon and renewing recollections bf college days, "At the request of a .numbec of men, President Sparks spoke at some length upon the past accomplishments and future plans of the college. He was followed by Mr. Ray Smith who took up the various alumni projects under way. Under the inspiration of these talks, the gathering resolved itself more or less into a committee on Penn State Promotion. Dean .Jacksoq sent out a genera l invitation intended for all visiting alumni with the result that between forty and fifty of the old men were present, representing classes ranging from 1878 to 1912. The gathering undoubtedly added materially to the sum total of Penn State enthusiasm and good ...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
Committee: C. Edward Lyon C ~ arënce D. Gibbs and Paul P. Suiter. _____________ Faculty _Notes. D ~ an Holmes gives a series of ad-&esses at the Lebanon County Institu ~ te this week. Dr. and Mrs. Armsby arrived at Bremenheban on October first, and are now in Berlin. They will next go to Bomm where Dr. Armsby will make a study of the Calorimeter at that place. German Play Trials. In another article in this paper it was announced that the Deutscher Verein would probably stage " Alt Heidelberg" in German. The play has not yet been quite definitely decided upon but tentative trials will be held very soon. The cast comprises nineteen listed characters, including three ladies. Besides this there are a number of supernumerary parts and several openings for singers and guitarists. A wide variety of individual qualities of character will be needed and therefore an opportunity will be given to a maximum number of fellows to find the particular niches in the cast to which they are bes...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 October 1912
_1 ~ C ~ kta ~~ S ~ A ~~ t_,~ t _~ ._eak _~ 1 ~ 0_n_3_eT eom’ ~ a ~~ State eo_\ _~ e _~ e_, 1 _~ e ~~ ’a ‘ TS’ _‘ ~ _~ ?a ~~ oT . ~~~~ . _~~~~~ s ’ _‘ ~ o _~ _tsov ~ at _‘?_a ~ to’r C _I_.aat _Co ~ \_e _~ e _~ \_._ue_. Every tool sterilized for each man , Particular work done for particular peop le _‘_I B. MARTIN _sOLS. AGENT FOR