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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
Men’s Chinchilla Overcoats Are in great demand. The good dressers are taking strongly to them. We foresaw the popularity of chinchilla overcoats and have them in all wanted sha-les —blue , gr ay, Cambridge gray, fancy mixtuses and brown. These coati have been made in accordance with the most approved London and New York styles, in various models. Plain dress coats Shawl collar coats Convertible collar coats Storm coats Extra long double breasted coats Overcoat stock includes also the newest fabrics in all classes of materials , cut in conservative and extreme styles, all in good taste. Fur coats Fur lined coats Fur trimmed coats You can hardly have that we can’t supply. an overcoat wish W . I _! $ ! arso_!r ‘~~~~ _~~~~~~~ _~~ ~~ ~ r _‘_LRU recL ~~ v ~ ELLEFONTE -STATE COLLEGE - PA
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 13 November 1912
It _’s A Nett _leton The Nettleton Stands for What is Best in Men’s Fine Shoes. The Man who hasworn a Nettleton Shoe knows this, and will wear no other make. The habit of wearing Nettleton _ru A Shoes begins with the first pair—Come in and get yours ! The prices are exceedingly low, considering the _qo_.ality. We are the e;_:clusive agents. C. N. FI ~~~~ HEF ~ J. L. Mauthe, Student Agent _‘ _I _,
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
OHIO STATE TROUNCED The Blue and White Play Brilliantly and Outclass the Scarlet and Gray in every Department of the Game. Captain Mauthe’s Blue and White team presented such _irresistible scoring power and stonewall defense against Ohio State at Columbus on Saturday that the final score, nine minutes before the time for regular play was over, was Penn State 37, Ohio State 0. At this time Coach Richards led his men from the field for alleged unnecessary roughness and the official score resulted in a forfeiture to Penn State 1 to 0. In less than five minutes after play had started everyone at the game realized the superiority o Penn State, for after getting possession of the ball , she put her wonderful scoring machine into operation , and started her firs t march goalward. from that time on, with the exception of the second quarter the Blue and White scored almost at wiU , while her own goal line was never endangered. The Blue and White used a varied attack. Play followed play so fa...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
On the first play Miller rounded right end for a touch down. Mauthe kicked goal. Score 16 to 0. The quarter soon ended with no further scoring. In the second quarter no score was made. Ohio braced and for a short time held the Blue and White at bay and succeeded in making two first downs. Very carried a forward pass _‘10 yards for a touch down but was called back and the score disallowed. In the third quarter Penn State again was not to be denied. In less than 2 minutes of play Very had scooped up a punt fumbled by Mc-Clure and ran 35 yards for a touch down. Mauthe kicked goal. Score 23 to 0. Soon after this Bebout was injured so that he had to leave the game for repairs. Vogel took his place. After Mauthe failed at field goal, punts were exchanged and then gains by Mauthe, Miller and Welty carried the ball from midfield over the line. Miller made the touchdown and Mauthe kicked goal. Score Penn State 30 Ohio State 0. In the third and fourth quarters Ohio State made several substitu...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
INTERCL ASS WRESTLING MEET All Classes Will Participate in a Meet for the Interclass Championship. Plans have been made by Manager Jarrett, Captain Shollenberger and Coach Lewis to hold an Interclass Wrescling Meet just before Xmas vacation , in order to get more men interested in varsity _wrest _1 ~ ng and to give all new men a better chance to gain in experience. Each class will be represented by a seven-man team and firsts, seconds and thirds _~ vill be counted , as is done in the Intercolleg iate championships. Men in trying for their respective class teams will be given a chance to challenge men of equal experience, thus giving each man a better show and making the preliminary bouts in each class more interesting. Varsity men will be allowed to participate and without a doubt the meet will be an interesting one. All men interested in the success of Penn State’s athletes on the mat this year are requested to
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
for Trautman; Snyder for Ryan; Shafer for Graf. Referee; Dr. Means , University of Pennsyl vania. Umpire: Hinman of West Virginia University. Head Linesman: Dr. Eckstorm , of Dartmouth. Time of quarters 15 minute s. Cross._Country_. _ The annual interclass handicap cross-country meet will be held on Saturday, December 7th. The course, a diagram of which is here shown, will be the same as used heretofore. The fact that the meet is a handicap event makes it possible for all men to enter with an even chance to win. In addition to the regular prizes donated by the merchants of the town , there will be a suitable time prize awarded. Ali men who anticipate entering this meet are urged to band in their names to Mr. Lewis at the Armory, not later than Saturday, November 30th, so that the handicaps can be arranged and posted. For further information see Mr. Lewis or Professor Wright. CALENDAR . THURS DAY, NOV. 21 9:00 p. m_, Fraternity Dances. FRiDAY, NOV. 22 9:30 a. m. Industrial Parade. Pa...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
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= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
ed The game with the University of Pittsburgh is just a week away. Stories have frequently come to us of the misuse of Forbes Field previous to games on it. These are continually told without the authority of b ~ r Graduate Manager’ and the Alumni Advisory Committee. Forbes Field , being new and having a poor system of drainage , has been very hard to drain. The condi t ion is now being look e d a fte r b y the Pittsburgh Board of Control and prominent alumni of that institution , who are making every effort to put Pitt athletics on a high plane. Those new in control of our athletics at Penn State have confidence that these men will succeed and that athletic relations between the two institutions will be on a high standard. Let us, as a student body, therefore put forth every effort in the future to be fair minded in connection with what we may hear said of ot he r s. The Student Coun-The Student cil has taken another Council step in regulation of student matters by adopting a motio...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
WEDNESDAY . NOV. 20 1912 Ever since its The New erection, Old Main Terrace has been minus some fitting approach or steps at any of the entrances, and until lately such a feature has been noticeably lacking. The new stone terrace at the west entrance to Old Main has been completed recently, and it serves, admirably, the two-fold purpose of providing a much needed entrance and of beautifying the building. A new concrete walk leading from the steps to the main walk contributes to the beauty of the portion of the campus surrounding it as well as to the terrace. During the process of construction of the terrace, some discussion concerning the necessity of such an addition in a time of so many needs, resulted. However, since i t s completion, there seems to be no doubt of the urgent need of such an improvement, and of the advisability of making the Same. The cost of building was somewhat increased, and completion was delayed by the breaking of a college custom—that of the confining of cla...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
_tith_’_e_. a _thl t t Ohio State may be quickly forgotten by friends - and alumni of that institution. After the football game at Columbus, a committee consisting of E. H. Payne, of New York, President of the Ohio State University Athletic Association; G_,eorge W. Rightmire, Graduate Manager of Athletics; Professor Tuttle . representing the Faculty: and N. J. Stef fin , of the student body, called upon President Sparks at his hotel to present an apology for the action of a freshman and some town boys on burning the Penn State colors. It had long been the custom to allow these boys to tear the colors from the posts , but never before had they been burned. The committee expressed its profound regret and promised to take action against the offenders. The committee then went to the Union Station and presented the apology to Captain Mauthe, Coach Hollenback, and others of the team. Upon the matter being presented to the General Faculty of The Pennsylvania State College at its meeting on...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
ed Because of the The Contest fact of the interest shown in the coupon contest of the last two weeks, and since there still remains over a week before the close of the same_. the "Collegian" contains a third series this week. Remember the two students, who secure the highest number of votes get their transportation and expenses to the game with the University of Pittsburgh. The contest closes next Monday. Our guests Sunday Evening and the student Concerts body of Penn State will be given what promises to be a concert of unusual quality next Sunday even- ing. Concerts given in churches or held in auditoriums at other places on Sunday are not necessarily approved of by the audience with outbursts of applause. Furthermore, in previous years this was not the custom in our own magnificent Auditorium . An earnest appeal is made that in the future, and especially next Sunday evening, we refrain from this act. Penn State has For Us been unduly criticizto Remember ed,especially this fall for...