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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 October 1912
_I ~~ AL _UINb)_i ~ ) ‘ MARS _._1 \%,, _... ~ Standard Quality There is no qkicksand more unstable than poverty in quality and we avoid this qaickaand by sta n da r d quality Tennis, Golf, Baseball, Cricket, Footbahl ,Aihletic Equipavat Catalog tree A. _0. SPALDING & BROS. 126.128 _Ne_,,_ns Street _21 We_,t _4_Sf _5_treei NEW YOR E
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
"COUSIN KATE" ~ WA ~ GREAT Excellent Acting Chara _’ ~ terizes the First Amateur Show jf the Year. Best _"Co-ed Show" Ever Staged Last Saturday evening in the Auditorium , a rather _sn ~ alI audience had the opportunity to ~ see one of the best plays that ba ~ been given at the college for .some ~ time. The comedy "Cousin Kate" ~ vas enacted under the auspices of t ~ e Y. W. C. A.,. directed by Mr. ~~~~ Downing, of Thespian fame. Th ~ play itself is charming, full of amusing situations, yet compelling s .rious attention at all times. The cast was possessed of all the ability o effectively portra y the chara ’_:ters represented. Miss Williams , as _IVI ~ s. _Spencer; Miss Heuer, as Amy, h ~ r daughter; Miss _Ancona , as Cousit ~ Kate; Miss Guthrie , as Jane; Mr. Lincoln , as Bobby; Mr. Deering, as ’Heath Desmond , an artist; and Mr Hughes, as Mr. Bartlett formed a well balanced cast in which each c taracter was well enacted. The leading roles wue taken by Miss Ancona, as Cous n Kate,...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
Th _~ i _Efa ~ ot hb_’reflr _~~ e ~~~ to be multiplying rather than clisappearing. The tme is now come for every Penn State man , whether alumnus or undergraduate , to thoroughly acquaint himself with athletic conditions and then in the light of these facts insist on fair statements in quarters where such unfair statements have been made. In the case of our rer ~ ent game with Cornell , stories of Penn State’s rowdyism and brutal play _fotind place in the daily papers. Our athletic policies stand for no such conduct as is blamed. A thorough investigation is being made and steps hav e been tak en to get at th e real truth of the matter. Our coaches know of only one rough play made in the whole game by our team. Telegrams have been sent by Giaduate Manager R. H Smith to the men who officiated the recent game and at the time of , our going to press only the following reply has been received. TELEGRAM Ludlowville, N. Y. Oct. 25, 1912 R. H. Smith , Graduate Manager , State College, Pa. U...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
~ ~ consisting for the most part of road work. This is the first attempt to introduce cross-country as an intercollegiate sport. The future of the sport will depend to a great extent on the showing made. The men are determined to show that the team is of intercollegiate calibre and a good meet is expected. The team will consist of Capt. Keyser, Lum , Savery, Harrison , Horst , Schroeder & Stergir. In Honor of Captain Mauthe. As the football team came on New Beaver Field Saturday, Captain Mauthe was presented with a circle of white carnations enclosing a blue _"S". The presentation speech was made by Dean Jackson , the wreath being given by the Parmi Nous Society as a symbol of appreciation. A large bunch of chrysanthemums tied with Gettysburg ’s colors was also given to Captain Biegel. New Musical Society. A choral society has recently been formed for the purpose of studying and practicing choral music, and is now rehearsing the Cantata , Ruth , by Gaul , under the direction...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
t t i hdäwn. _, _Mauth _lçick _the _~~ _ai. ~ _Sc ~~~ 1O ~ _- _- Wilson req _~ ived the kick-off and _retu rned _it ~ Jfifteen yards, Mauthe immediately sent a long, so ~ ring punt over Hoar’s head , but the latter made a nice catch and was downed in his tracks by Engle and Very. Sheffer ’s punt was short , and line plunges by Mauthe soon took the ball over the line. The goal failed. Score 13-0. Soon after Mauthe kicked off , the quarter ended with the ball in Gettysburg’s possession on her 35 yard line. In the second quarter, Hoar was forced to kick. Mauthe made 18 yards through left tackle. After gains by Engle, Tobin and Mauthe, the latter kicked to Hoar on the 1 yard line, Lamb made the tackle. Wilson blocked Hoar’s attempted punt from behind the line, but Hoar recovered , scoring a safety. Score 15-0. During the remainder of the quarter, Mauthe got away for a 35 yard run and touchdown but State was caught holding, the ball was brought back and a fifteen yard penalty inflicted. ...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
OUR ATHLETICS AS SEEN BY OTHERS Attitude Taken by Papers is Un_. fair to Our College—Time for All to Act. With the growth of Penn State as a college in the past fcw years, it is not to be wondered at that athletic success has followed. One of the rewards of this success seems to come in the form of knocks at Penn State ’scode of eligib ili ty and eth ics. The following item clipped from the Lynn (Mass.) Item is a sample of the absurdities published about us: "On the other end of the stick is Penn State, a college where athletics are supreme and the teams made up of men practically subsidized because of athletic ability, and whose schedules are picked so as to hit the soft spots and leave the men free to devote the maximum of time to sports. Their men come and go, little or no entrance requirement hindering their entrance and no one-year transfer rule to prevent a man from another college playing for Penn State immediately upon his changing his resi jen ce. Every Cornell man likes to...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
GETTYSBURG DEFEATED Blue and White Goal Line Never in Danger —Mauthe and Very Play Well. In a game void of much spectacular playing, Penn State won an easy victory over Gettysburg on Saturday, on New Beaver Field. The field was water soaked and slippery, which fact accounts for the absence of long runs. Captain Mauthe and Very featured the game for Penn State by their all-round playing, while Clark at center was strong on defense, his tackling being sure and timely. In the absence of Miller, Langdon played at quarter and although lacking in experience, made an able substitute. Hoar and Poffinberger were the best performers for Gettysburg, the former was especially strong on defense while the latter showed good line plunging ability and was responsible for most of Gettysburg’s gains. Gettysburg kicked off to State defending the west goal. Very received the kick and returned it to midfield from where Langdon went ~~~ round left end for a touchdown but an infraction of the rules brough...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
Mauthe added 10. Gettysburg held and Mauthe then kicked a field goal from the 20 yard line. Score 18-0, The quarter ended soon after, The above is a cut of the new loving cup offered by the A. G. Spaulding Company. The cup will be given to the team that wins three of the first five games between the University of Pittsburgh and Pern State. In the last quarter Gettysburg started with a first down throug h line plunges of _Poffinberger_. ~ ~ Sev-~~~ _spb ~~~ utions _wer _~~~~~~_jj ~~~~ quarter. Affer a _~ i’_:e _~ r _’ change of punts, Keller caught a kick from Hoar on Gettysburg’s 40 yard line. In six rushes Mauthe and Keller carried the ball over for the final touchdown. Mauthe kicked goal. No further scoring was made. The failure of the completion of two or three long passes in the remainder of the game kept State from increasing her score. The game closed just after a 30 yard run by Mauthe around right end had placed the ball on Gettysourg ’s 15 yard line. Lineup: Penn State Getty...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 30, 1912 Probably the Ia ~~ est Off for number of students from Penn. this college that ever witnessed a Penn—Penn State game will leave on the special trains for Philadelphia this week. The size of the crowd that will represent the best interests of our Blue and White next Saturday is dependent largely upon the wonderful victories of Captain Mauthe’s team over t W. & _._1., and Cornell. ‘rhe class banquets of the junior and sophomore classes will also be an inducement for many men to take the trip. The Pennsylvania game has always been the hardest game on our schedule. Large numbers of ow student body have gone year after year in the hope of seeing a _victory. Last year the long hoped for time did come when Captain Very ’s team decisively beat the Red and Blue. Will any man who saw this game on Franklin Field ever forget it, and will any person who heard the returns in the Old Chapel ever regret anything more than the failure to see this game ? This year we ...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
Penn State ~ 11egian _l _nl_,_I_,,_he_,_i _We_,_lnm_,_h y of each _veel_, _dun ce the _outete year by the ,_tuden t_. of T ~ e _i_’_rnn_,_ylv _~ o_1_s _5t ~ te Collete in tie _iet _~ rcvt of the Student ,. Fac _ulty. _Aluo_,n, and Frie _nd, of the college. Entered ut the Pe,_tnff_,_cn _, State Colt nun , P. , .. .eeoed claps matter Editor in Chief _IL_. M. _If VANS, ‘_13 Accictani Editor M. A. _JLILIMMFI , _~ 13 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘13 J. _B. HOGARTH, ‘14 F. C. DOSE, ‘14 B. HESS. ‘14 3. H. MATHERS , ‘15 W. S. PARKINSON , Jr., ‘15 Business Manager M. M. _GRUIIBS , ‘_13 Assistant Manager B. H. HENDERSON , ‘_18 Associate Manager. L. B. KEELAN .‘14 SUBSCRIPTION. _11.20 pee ye.r or $1 25 if pa_,d _veith,n _30 day. _sfter date Of _._ub._eris _tion.
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
Market Wholesale & Retail Dealer F. P. RESIDES SOUTH ALLEN STREET The Socialism Stu dy Society. For the purpose not only of studying the principles and aims of Socialism but also for the consideration ~ f the political and economical questions of the day, the Socialism Study Society has been organize4J ~ ere. A d _~ finite course
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
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