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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 November 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thur _sday of each week during the college year by the students o ~ The Penns ylvania 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. 50 per year or $1.25 if paid within 30 days after date of subscription.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 November 1905
State 29—Villanova 0 coal innad fro m _~ a ~ ej. s ~ cuted 12 around end and Campbell 1 just as the referea called for " Time " SECOND-HALF. Five changes were made in _Slate ’s line, up:—_. Albert Yeckley for Henry, Fawkes for Yeck!ey , Shaw for Putnam , _McVt i ‘_fam s for Wray, and Leathers for Barr , while Villanova ’s Coadh ‘ _Crolins ~ sent on the same eleven after urgin g them angril y to stop State’s rushes. McGee kicked off to the 6 yard line McAlteer getting 10 back , and McGee being hurt on making the tackle. Then McGeehan chanred tackle tor 2, and State’s offside play gave Villanova 5 yards more. Mc Geeh_,an failed to budge State’s li. ~ e on a tackle _tanci em play, but Slavin made it first down at end , Lacev 4, McAtleer 1. McAtleer then lost on Gotwals fine tackle, and McGeehan broke away for a 60 yard run , but was called back 30 for holding in the interference. Dariels took 3 at tackle , Daniels 3 more, Slavin 1, McGeehan 1, and it was State’s ball on downs. McGee to...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 November 1905
Musical Clubs Re-organized At a meeting cf the Glee Club and Orchestra on Tuesday evening, Oct. 24, plans for the year were discussed and the following officers were elected: R. J. Smith , ‘07, manager ; N. R. Wright, ‘08, assistan t manager ; F. E_. Wilber , treasurer. It is expected that a trip will be taken just before the Christmas vacation and perhaps one during the Easter vacation. Regular rehearsals are being held with this end in view. At the recent trials several new men were secured for the Glee Club, and there is every indication that the clubs will be a credit to the College. LEA _R N _‘_I EL EGR AI ’HY and It. _ii ACCOUN’I’ING . _S_50 to $loosalary assumed our _grad uates under bond. You don ’t _;‘_ny us until you have a position. La _mge_’_,t system _,sf telegi apim _i._eim ’ols _lii _America. Ennom’sed by ill ralirord officials. Operators always in o_’ emqnd. _I _,udles also admit _mccl \Vr itt’ for rim _talb gue . f _~ I _OI_1_S_1_I _51_)_11001_. _01_? ‘I’EI ~~~ JR \...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 November 1905
Demonstrations for the Agri culturists. Last Friday concluded the course of two weeks instructions given by Profs . Surface , Buckhout, Butz and others of the faculty to the some twenty men sent by the State Department of agricultures for the study of the San Jose Scale. A practical demonstration of the method of spray ing was most successfully given in Col. Reynolds peach orchard near Bellefonte. About 35 men in all left in the college hacks on Friday morning and drove to the orchard where a small crowd of local fruit growers and others interested in the demon stration had assembled. Prof._- Surface prepated the mixture, consisting of 22 parts of lime, 17 parts of sulphur and 10 parts of common salt by boiling in water for about 45 minutes. This was strained , diluted and sprayed on the trees. A number of different nozzels were used and the instructor did all in his power to prepare the class for any possible emergencies that might come up in their work. These twenty men are now su...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 November 1905
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 November 1905
Football Captains. Below we give a list of the captains of some of the principal college football teams in the East. Lafayette—Newberry, tackle. Princeton—Cooney, tac kle. Pennsylvania—Reynoids , half-back. Lehigh—Herman , end. Yale—Shevlin , end. Harvard—Hurley, half-bock. Swarthmore—Crowell , quarter-back , Cornell—Costello , tackle. Columbia —Thrope , tackle. West Point—Gillespie , end. Annapolis—Howard , end . Brown—Russ , end. Dartmouth—Main , end. Amherst-—Hubbard , half-back. Bucknell—Cooper , guar d. Williams—i_3ixby, tackle. Dickinson— Davis , tackle. Syracuse— Tuckee, tackle. Colgate—Runkle , full-back. State—Yeckley, half- hack. —You can get them. Rubber stamps from the Belrefonte Stamp Wo:ks. - _-
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 November 1905
M. BORN & CO WILL MAKE YOU A PAIR OF C c- _ci -tat r ~ c c -tat ~~ WITH THE SAME REGARD FOR STYLE AND FIT THAT THEY GIVE TO AN ORDER FOR AN EXPENSIVE SUIT. WE HAVE THEM AT ALL PRICES. ALSO A FtJI L LINE OF FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS , OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS. ~~ I 11 ~~ i _ri ~~~ ‘ _~~~~~~~- rr _~ i 1 ~ REMEMBER-—We keep all garments sold by us pressed throughout the College year without charge. _STA T-I _L_1 & GARRAFIi- ~ N, 314 Main Building Business Hours: 4 to 5 and 6 to 8 P. M ~ ~