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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
PENN STATE TROUNCES CORNELL Ithacans Administered Bad Defeat but Crossed Penn State’ s Goal Line—Cornell Gained by the Use of the Forward Pass. In the annual football game between Cornell and Penn State at Ithaca , N. Y., last Saturday, the former team was literally swept off its feet by the Mount Nittany Lions who piled up 29 points to their opponents ’ 6 in four 15 minute periods. The game was characteriz ~ d by many forward passes and a minimum of fumbling. Penn State played its usual good game while the _"Big Red" team which is a member of the "Big Six" played by far its best game of the present sea son. A few minutes after play had begun Cornell punted to State; Miller touched the ball after which it rolled for a short distance and was then recovered by a Cornellian. Excellent defensive work and forward passes by our antagonists then brought the ball to our two yard line from where it was carried across the goal line by Taber, the plucky Cornell quarterback. Ihis ended Cornell’...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
Y. W. C. A. PLAY The Comedy, "Cousin Kate " to be Given as the Aiinual "Co-ed Show " in Auditor?um Saturday Evening. On Saturday evening, at 8:15 in the Auditorium , the Young Woman’s Christian Associat on of the college will present its annual play. Every effort has been put forth to make this year’s pror luction a real success, and one great step toward that end has been do’ ~ e in securing, as coach , Mr. C. L. Downing, of Philadelphia. Mr. Dawning is wel_1 known in State College in connection with the Thespiarts, whose productions for the last four years have been staged by him. By special arrangement with Mr. Charles Frohman, the committee in charge has procured ~ the privilege of presenting the play, "Cousin Kate", in which Miss Barrymore was so successful a few years ago. This will be its first production by amateurs, but the cast which has been selected will present a delightful performance of this charming little play. Miss Williams , as Mrs. Spencer, gives a most laughab e...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
ed In the past we have heard man ~ scient ficlectures ard d ~~~ :_c _~ i ~~~ livered _i ~~ re_.,at college, but rarely have we naa’uQ ~ portunity to listen to anyone so intensely interesting as Mr. Graham in his so-called "social chat from o_!’e sportsman to an army of sportsmen ". His subject was _" The Nerve That Wins in Sport." He showed that, to excel in sports , one must have physical nerve , mental nerve and intelligence. He showed that these principles may be applied to life in general as well as to athletics. Mr. Hoban gave a very amusing illustrated talk on the foot-ball career of "Bill" Hollenback. His cartoons were drawn before the audience in the shortest possible time , and were heartily appreciated. Both Mr. Graham and Mr. Hoban expressed the greatest interest in Penn State and in the welcome accorded them here; and in return the student body has shown great enthusiasm and interest during their stay. It is to be hoped that their visits to State College will not be disc...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
TWO STATE VISITORS Messers Graham and Hoban Visit College—Interesting Lecture Appreciated by 1400 People. This week _v ~ e have had with us at the college Messrs. George Graham and W. C. Hoban , sporting editor and cartoonist , respectively, of Philadelphia North American. iheir visit has become an annual event, and in an early issue of the North American there will appear an article on the college, the subject matter of which has been secured during their stay in town. This publication has always been noted for its fairness and squareness in treating matters brought to its attention, and Penn State students especially should appreciate this quality. The "North American " has always been willing to _publish ~ news of our _college ,—its advantages , its needs , and matters of interest pertaining to the institution. This is perhaps especially true in the sporting news, and a Penn State athletic victory gets the prominence which it deserves. About 1400 students met in the Auditorium Mo...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
ney, (senatorial appointee) M. W Lissee ( _alternatel , W. M. Lindsay, Miss M. E. Ride. Sophomore: B. H. Dimit, G. H. Gleason , R. L. Langdon , H. F. _Moffitt. W. S. Kriebel , _Jr., was assigned the John W. White fellowship, value $400, and is now studying at Yale University. The Farewell Service. The meeting of the Y. M. C. A. on Sunday evening was of the nature of a farewell service for Prof. and Mrs. H. K. Richardson who sail on Nov. 9 for their new work in China. Dr. Sparks, Prof. Jackson and Mr. Fishstein spoke briefly, commenting on the Significance of the occasion, and expressing the feeling of different groups with which Mr. and Mrs. Richardson have been associated here. Both Mr. and Mrs. Richardson then spoke of the nature of their new work and their reasons for going. The singing of "Speed Away" by Mr. Robinson added much to the impressiveness of the service, which marks a very significant occasion in the history of the college. Student Board Election. The following men ha...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
Pennsylvania State College will take action in the future upon men using insulting or profane language , in the grand stand or on the campus , in the presence of ladies." This action taken by the body conforms with the regulations of student government that the council has passed and enforced the last few years. Credit must be given to a bod y of men who will provide _fot such regulations, but more credit is due where they are enforced. The Student Council has unlimited power concerning questions of such importance. Since its formation the council has enforced all rules that have been passed. Every Penn State man must abide by such measures as are passed for the genera l welfare of our college. During the recenf Our game with W. and Alma Mater. J. almost the entire student body rose and with lifted hats sang other songs than the Alma Mater. Thu . is not right. If we are going to rise and sing with uncovered heads any other college song than our Alma Mater, then some proper deference...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
S. E. KIMPORT Headquarters for Choice Meats of All Kinds Frazier Street Both phones ~~~ . E. ~~~~~~~ J _~~t_; ’ _ef_€i- _nn _~ l OJ-_)tiH_1_LX_2 POST CARDS COLLEGE JEWELR Y C. E. S1’TYDER FIREPROOF GARAG Steam _Fleat,, AUTOS . BICYCLES, GUNS TO HIRE General Repa ir ‘\‘oet, a Specialty 116 S. rrazier Street , cornrr of colder
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian Published Wed ne _sdt y of each ~ _weel_, during the eo _llei ~ e year by the student s of _l,_Ie Pennsylvania Stat e College ,n the intere st of the Students. Fa _r _alt y. Alumn _i and Fr _eu d _n of the _college. Ent cved at the Po stnf fir e , State Co llege . P a as second class matter Editor In Chief H. M. EVANS, ‘13 Assistant Editor H. A. KRIMMEL , ‘13 Associate Editor s G. A. BARKER , ‘13 J. D. HOGARTH , ‘14 F. C. DOSE , ‘14 D. HESS .‘14 J. R. MATHERS , ‘15 W. S. PARKINSON , Jr., ‘_15 Business Manager M. M. GRUBBS , ‘13 Assistant Manager B. H. HENDERSON , ‘13 Associate Manager . L. B. KEELAN , ‘14 — SUB SCRIPTION. _$1._50 per year or $1 25_i f _pa,d within 30 days after da te of suhsnr lnt _lon WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1912 The precedent es-Freshman tablished a few years Receptions. ago of giving receptions especially to members of the freshman class, will be ~ continued again this year. The wives of faculty members and various ladies throughout the town hav...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
TTi1~~ t _~~~ i ~~~~~~~~~~~ I _. _- ~~ i ii-i clr-y- TI-i ~~ _Stud ~~ rrt ’ ~~ L _~~ tiridry ~ j JWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. lijO ur laundry is modern in all departments. _4_i _j We cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. çYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. E. Sbore ‘13 ) E. T. Anplnndh ‘12 J. L. McCreary ‘12 1- STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS - ~ B. M. Herman ‘12 L. A. Davis ‘12 ) IT. W. Harris ‘13 ~~ ~~ ~
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
No. No No No. _I No. _5. _2 1 Dec 26 1910 _3. _I 4. u.m pm ....f pm. ~~ pm 1.00 900 Lv _2 _~ lIW TOR I Ar 0.18 10.16 4_._aS 1125 Lv _PHI LADEL _I ’HrA Ar _5 _2 ~ 7.50 8 00 240 L HARRISBURG _te 25 6 15 7.58 2 00 Lv P[T _TSI_3URG Ar 2 10 _&_52 am 11.42 7.15 Lv ALTO ONA Ar _il_.oo 2 52 p ~ m _I _.,.._l 12 .25 8 15 Ly TYRONE Ar 10 25 2.15 a. m _- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - — _— — _— p. in. _Si lO 7.10 Lv _WIt_,_LIAMSP ORT Ar 12.16 2.55 p. _0_, _n_._m 12.10 8.15 Lv LOOK HAVE N Ar 10.80 2.10 _12.00 _110.15 f6 80 Lv BELLEFONTE _S Ar 8.50 12.50 2 07 _10.20 6.85 COLEVILLE 8.40 12._80 2.18 888 _.r _. _~ - .., ... .._;_MOERXSI 8._27 2.17 6.48 s’rEVENS 825 2.21 646 ~~~ NTERS P_,U_5 ~~ 8.81 2.26 10 84 660 FIT_,_!_.,_Mt_)_R_15 - 8.88 -12 .18 211 _.. _~~~ aLY 8.24 2.25 10 45 7.00 - WADDLES 820 12.10 2.50 7.12 Ar KIOUMItINE Lv 8 07 320 _11 10 725 STATE COLLEGE _38.00 311 50 7.27 STRU BLE S 7.45 pin 7.21 BLOOMSDORP 7._41 340 7.85 PINE GROVE MILLS t7.85 um. Ar Lv tDatlv e ~ eept Sunday Lantern ...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
J.ock Haven S ~ eani Laufidry BEST WORK at LOWEST PRICES Your Patron age Solicited STUDENT AGENTS A. L. Sher man ‘14 H. W. StIfler _‘_lJ J. C. MARKLE All Kinds of Choice Meats Fish _,n _season 138 College Avenue Both phones A. DEAL AN ITARY PL UM BING , STEAM , HOT WATER , VAPOR AN ~~ VACUUM HEAT IN G tate College _Pennsylvania
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
Noted Men Visit the Pennsylvania Orchard Experiments. The experiments on orchard fertilization and cultural methods started six years ago in the leading apple sections of the state by Dr. J. P. Stewart. Experimental Pomologist of the Pennsylvania State College, are again showing some very remarkable contrast and are attracting wide atlention from both official and practicing horticulturists. Parties from both foreign countries as well as from our own and neighboring states have recently visited a number of these experiments in company with Dr. Stewart. These parties have included Dr. Girolamo Molon , the leading horticulturist of Italy; Professor Niels Esbj erg, Director of the Pomologi cal Experiment Station at Esbjerg, Denmark; Professor J. W. Crow, head of the department of Pornology at the Ontario Agricultural -College at Guelph , Canada; Professors Price and Drinkard from the Virginia Experiment Station; and Mr. W. T. Creasy, President of the State Horticultural Association of ...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
certifiçu_4_; ~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ dis-~ ri _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _th_)_cj ~ s_. _- - _i ~ _An.-a _p Mr ~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ pl ~ flk , giv- _ing ’the " cóllege máh ~ ’ the- right to vote, introduced into the Progressive Platform , but the matter was not, according to its opponents, of sufficient consequence to warrent making room for it in the platform . Professor G. L. Burr , a well known historian and economist says "To withhold franchise from undergraduates is gross injustice under present conditions. " Y _. M. C. A. Notes, Professor _._1. M. Willard’s class on " The Crises of the Christ ", which meets in the Engineering club room at 9.45 Sundays, and Professor I. L. Foster ’s class on "Systematic Study of the Old Testament _", which meets in 226 Main at 10 a, m. Sundays , are open for any upperclassmen who care to attend. Everybody is welcome. Y. M. C. A. course ~ tickets are now on sale 273 Main. Five first class entertainments—price one dollar. There will be an all cdllege meeti...