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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
Committee: C. Edward Lyon Clarence D. Gibbs, Paul P. _Suiter . of study _hI ~ b ~~ n _outI d ~~ _hi ~~ deals with the condition underlying the unrest which has given birth to socialism and socialist remedies for existing evils due to these conditions. _"Present conditions" were discussed at the meeting held last Wednesday night, and an earnest argument for and against the socialistic view resulted. The meetings are open to all, and everybody is free to express their views concerning the topic under discussion . The next meeting will be held November 6, at 7 p. m., in Room K. Library. The subject will be "The Economic Interpretation of History." An Excellent Recital—Free. The first recital by pupils of Prof . and Mrs. Robinson will be held on Wednesday October 30, at 8 p. m in the Foyer of the Auditorium. This is the first of a series of recitals to be given throughout the school year. In the program which follows, piano and vocal numbers alternate:— Mouis Dance, Frank P. Atherton; M...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
TrF ~~ F]Iig r-cl L1 _~ _iti _ri c1 r y- Th ~~ ~~ t _ud ~~ rit_’ ~ LaLJ 1-Idry ~ J We make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. cOur laundry is modern in all departments. cWe cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices . ~ J You will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. It. _tht_050 ‘13 ) H. T. Aspluodis _‘_12 _3. L. _f4Cccary ‘12 _‘-STUDENT AGEN TS STUDENT AGENTS B. M. Herman ‘_12 L. A. Davis _‘_12 _I T. W. _Harr is ‘13
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
_I _Ne _I No. No. No. 1. _lIeu. _20. 1910 _I 2. 4. 6_, Ip. _m_,_I pm am. Lv NEW _‘_YOR_1_C Ar . 9_._181 10.15 _7._1 ~ _l_._v PH IL ADELPH IA Ar _, _0.23 _7_,50 4.40 _Lv. HARRISBURG Ar . 2.26 5,15 1.56 Lv i’t’rr sBuRo Ar 2.10 5.52 a. ,,, _Lv ALTOONA Ar _si _.oo _Isa Ly TYISONE Ar _10.25 2_._tS p.m pm Lv _WILLLU ~ tSPOIVI’ Ar 22.15 2.55 10 _55 a m _Lv _L_0_OE MAVEN Ar 10.80 2.10 9_,_16 to-SO L ~ RELLESONTEt Ax 8.60 12.60 0.00 - ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ 8 ~~ ~~~~~ 0.49 STEVENS 8.85 6._43 6.46 HUNTERS PARK 8.81 5.40 6.60 _FrLLM OISE 8.28 _22_,18 _5 85 665 _BRIARL Y 8.24 _5._50 7.00 WADDLES 820 12.10 _5._Is 7.12 Ar KRT JOSRINE Lv 8.01 5.07 7.26 STATE COLLEGE 8.00 _til_.60 to_ os _n_. m. p.m 7.27 _STRI_.TBLE S 7.46 _LBS 7.81 _BLOOS_5SDORP 7.41 7.85 PINE GROVE MILLS t7._95 ts.20 _n_._m_. Ar _Lv p.m. except _Susds ~~ Eustern Time. on—3 With Pensoylvauta It. It.
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
Engineering Notes. A large size map of Pennsylvania has been prepared by the Industrial Engineering department showing the distribution of industrial education throughout the state. This map will serve as a very comprehensive basid fu r future work showing,as it does, what schools act as feeders to the Industrial Engineering department of the college. Mr. Ralph W. Pope of Elizabeth , N. 3., honorary Secretary of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, was in State College on Tuesday, October 22nd , and in the afternoon addressed the local branch of the A. I. E. E. on the subject "The Personal Element." The initial meeting of The Architects Club was held on Friday evening, October 25th. About 25 men were out, and from the enthusiasm that prevailed it is evident that this new club will be a lively factor in the social life of the college. The first part of the evening was ~ _alcen up with talks by Dean Jackson , and other faculty members, Professor R. I. Webber presided. The q...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
1916 WINS CIDER SCRAL Defeats the Sophomore Class by an Overwhelming Score in the Annual Event Last Saturday. Last Satut day afternoon the _c reshmen accomplished a feat , unprecedented since the year _i f the 1910 class, by b ~at _in g the class of 1915 in tne cider scrap with a score of 41-27. When the two classes , impatient and eager f or the str ife , lined up around the barrel , it seemed as though every man was there. At the signal sh ot the 1916 m en beat their opponents to the barrel , but th e soph om ores ha d about 30 m en up around it , before the freshmen had recovered from the first impact. During the first part of the scrap the men on top were chiefly sophomores; but by degrees their adversaries managed to bring their eminent shoulder trotters into play. This stage of the scra p could not exactly be characterized as resembling a pink tea. No excuses were in order, and the whole writhing throng seemed as though engaged in Aztec warfare. Towa rd the finish of the scrap...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 30 October 1912
5c Admission always the same 5c 2 ~~ When you have 5 cents and 45 minutes to spare mi— ~~ tii—r-i ~~ ~ Movies is the Place Three thousand feet of film each show Continuous performance each evening beginning promptly at six o clock 4 R E EL FEATURE _/_: ~ Ic _~ lLW show each week Watch for the dates 5c Admission always the same ~~~ ~ _~~