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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
THIS PENNSYLVANIA DAY Governor Tener and Major General Stewart Will be Among the Guests Present. Up to the present time it is practically impossible to announce a definite program for Pennsylvania Day, which will happen this year on Friday, November 22, 1912. The eminent executive men of the state who have received in-~ ‘itations , usually have so much on their minds that they cannot decide upon their coming until about a day before the event takes place. However this much can be said, the exercises of the day will consist of the dedication of the new Engineering Building; an address by Hon. John C. Bell, Attorney Genera l of Pennsylvania , who will be introduced by Governor John K. Tener; a review of the regiment of 1200 college cadets by Major General Thomas _._1. Stewart, Adjutant General of the National Guard of Pennsylvania; an inspection of the buildings , laboratories , shops and campus; and a game of football between the teams of the sophomore and freshman classes. By this v...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
VILLANOVA WAS DOWNED Captain Mauthe ’ s Team Shows Great Speed in Final Rome Game—Score 71-0 . That the few days rest given the Penn State football squad after the Penn game proved beneticial was shown by the speed and "pepper " displayed on Saturday in the game against Villanova College on New Beaver Field. Although the field was wet and heavy and rain fell during the game, nevertheless there was enough chill in the air to put the players on edge and make the game fast. Villanova although outweighed and outclassed from the start, put up a clean , hard fought game. The variation and speed with which the Blue and White ran their plays was bewildering, and touchdowns came thick and fast. Captain Mauthe and Miller led the attack , ably assisted by Berryman , Welty, Wilson , Very, Lamb and Barron , all of whom carried the ball for good gains. Mauthe not only was a good ground gainer but he also distinguished himself by kicking eight goals out of eight trials and by making a beautiful fi...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
c ~ aup an ~~ e ~ r ~ es Two Free Trips to the Pitt Game This coupon counts one vote for the two free trips to the Pitt-Penn State game given by the Penn State Collegian to the two students that secure the highest number of votes. Subscriptions paid between now and the close of the contest will also count twenty votes each. Coupons are not transferable after being handed in. Contest Closes Monday, November 25, at 8:00 p. m ~~
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
Penn State 11egian Published _Wedec,day of e.eh seek _dun es the college yenr by the student, of Tne Pennsylvania State College In the lntcnest of the _5tudent. . F.e laity , Alumni and Friend, of the college. Entcved at the _Postofflee, _5ta te College , Pa _._a_, st r an d _tins_, matter SUBSCRIPTION. per year or $1._35 if raid wIthin 30 day, after date of subscription. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1912 Since the student Pennsylvania body has found a Day Next few minutes to discuss other things than the recent wonderful victory over Pennsylvania , all eyes are now being gradually turned toward Penns ylvania Day, November 22. Penn sylvania Day has become a notable event in the calendar of Peon State. A fact that will be even eclipsed this year because of the number of prominent officials of our state and the many other distinguished visitors that will be here. We, the student body, are in a position to aid our Alma Mater in two ways. From now until our next holiday, every effort can be made...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
Editor In Chief R. M. EVANS, ‘13 Assistant Editor M. A. _KEIMMEL , ‘12 Associate _Editors 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. _H. GRTJBBS, ‘13 Assistant Manager B. R. HENDERSON , ‘13 Associate Manager. L. B. KEELAN , ‘14 W. H. SAVERY ‘14 _H. B. MOYER ‘14