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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
State Collegian Vol. _II , No. 5. STATE COLLEGE, PA., OCTOBER 19, 1905. Price Five Cents Football . In one of best games played on Beaver Field for several seas6ns State’s eleven downed Gettysburg 18 to 0 last Saturday. The Gettysburg eleven came here wtth confidence in their ability to score on the _" White and Blue ," _--- a feat which they have never accomplished in our 14 years gridiron history with them. Captain Sieber ’s braves held Penn 16 to 6, and looked for better results here,—the same which failed to be produced , however , as our Varsity scored thrice , while the nearest Gettysburg came was on Sieber ’s two trys for field-goals from the 40 yard line. Throughout the contest Gettysburg made first down only three times , while they were very fortunate in keeping State’s team from getting at least one more score. The contest was hard fought and well-played on both sides , the only marring feature being the all too frequent fumbling indulged in , especially by State’s player...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
Y. M. C. A. Concert All out for an evening of fine music with the Lotus Glee Club of New York City. This entertainment , the first of the Y. M. C. A. course , will be held on Friday evening, October 20th , at 8 p. m ., in the Auditorium. Single tickets are thirty-five cents , fiteen cents extra for reserved seats. Tickets for the entire course are $1.50, with twentyfive cents extra for reserving a seat for the whole course. This extra charge is made absolutel y imperative by the large ir.crease in expenses incident upon bettering the course and using the Auditoiiua-i instead of the Old Chapel. The Auditorium will positivel y be used for all entertainments . Get your reserved seats before all the good ones are gone.
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
THURSDA Y , OCT. 19 , 1905 EDITORIAL Certain remarks from the side lines at last Saturday ’s game wer e entirel y uncalled for and , we ca n trul y say, do not represent the sentiment of the student body. The fellows who made unfavorable comment on the visitors as the teams were lining up before the second touchdown , had better stay away from the athletic field. We are not conducting a one horse prep school and have no intention of doing so. We like lots of good health y cheer. ing and urge the fellows to be more active than they are but if rooting is going to be of the style exhibited on this occasion we want none of it: It is a noticeable fact that everywhere throughout the east the football teams of the minor colleges are unusuall y strong this season. This fact is well marked in our own state. About eight years ago small colleges could scarcely get a "look in " at any of the big four. Since then , however , the secondary institutions have been gradually increasing in strength a...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
EDITORS T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06, Chief. F. R , BREWSTER , ‘07. F. B. GARRAI-IAN, ‘07. H. D. MASON , ‘07. A. K. LITTLE , ‘07 R. B. MECKLE Y , _OS. BUSINESS MANAGERS. W. 3. DUMM , ‘_06. W. A. SLATER , ‘07. B. W. SCRIENER , ‘OS.
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during tI o college year by the students of The Pennsy lvan ia State College in the Interest of the Students . Faculty. Alumni and friends of the college, Entered at the Post Office , State College , Pa., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION. $1. 5_(_1 per year or $1.25 if paid a it hin 30 da_) s after date of subscription.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
Football . Conlinuad / r _o w ~ a_,_gc I. spiral for 45, which Cal Moorhead took on the run and advanced 20 yar ds. _‘ ~ Bih" Wray 12 throug h tackle , Gottie 4, Yeck 10 at end , and once more a fumble _t ave the ball to the "Gold and Blue. " Without attempting _LO advance the ball , Sieber punted 45 and Moorhead dashed back 15 in nervy style. Here Gettysburg was given 10 yards tlr "ho d ng, " and Shearer added 2 at tackle. Barr threw Sieber for a loss , but Hill hurdled for 1st down. Lammert failed at Barr ’s end , and on the next line up occurred one of the most spectacular plays witnessed on Beaver Field for many a day. On a line plunge the ball shot out from the heap, and into Captain Yeckley ’s arms. Yeck was away like, a flash , and ran 60 yards , before finall y coming down on Gettysburg ’s one yard line. State’s frenzied undergraduates in the stands were tearing things loose in great shape, as Gotwals plunged over for the second score , and Miller ’s trusty boot made the tal...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
ALUMNI "Pud" (A. C.) Read , captain and center of the team of ‘92 was an interested spectator of the Gettysburg game last Saturday. J. F. Rogers , ‘95 is in the Electrical Sales Department of the Allis Chalmlers Co., of Pittsburg . The Electrical World and Engineer of New York City has A. S. McAllister, ‘98, as an associate editor. Robert Rex, ‘99, is general superintendent and engineer of the Allchor Coal Co. at Ottumeva , Iowa. G. M. Norman , ‘99, is with the Krebs Pigment and Chemical Co., Newport , Del., in the capacity of superintendent. David A. Jones. ‘03, formerly with the St. Louis Union Power Company, was in town during the last week. On Friday he gave the Senior Electricals a good hour ’s talk on practical subj ects . Peter J. Morrissey, ‘04, was married to Miss Emma Myers in Franklin ,’ Pa., last Wednesday, and the happy couple left at once for Detroit , Mich., where they will reside, Best wishes, Pete, old boy! Elliot and _Eshleman , both ‘05, have positions with the St...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
Y. M. C. A. N otes The topic for the meeting on next Sunday evening is _"Common sense Christianity. " Remember that the meetings are now held at 6 p. m _. instead of 6.30, and turn up on time at Room 529, Main. The Tuesday evening meetings are held at 6.30 as before. Last winter the state legislature of Arkansas , recognizing the work of the Young Men ’s Christian Association in Arkansas University, gave $1,000 to it for equipment. The students , faculty, and friends in Fayetteville pled gee_’. an equal amount. The board of trusteei then set aside for the Association use an entire floor of the south wing of the main bui ding. In this the Association has now fitted up a trophy room ,a missionary room , a Bible study room , a small chapel , a library, and a game room. It has employed a full time’ secretary and the work is in a very prosperous condition.
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
COLLEGE ORBI T Union University is erecting a new building to be the headquarters of its course in Electrical Engineering. _____ A Ph. D. Alumni Association is a new stunt at Columbia. Colby College has a horn rush in which the Freshmen blow a horn and then try ‘to retain possesion of it for an allotted time while the Sophs endeavor to capture it. James 3. _Hogan , who captained Yale football team last year is coaching Exeter this season. Bucknell enters two new buildings this fall , one a new building for women , and the other the Carnegie Library. _____ It is said that there is no more hazing at Franklin and Marshall College,
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 October 1905
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