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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
_eligil _~ llfty rules àhd low _scholastid _re_4_uiièsiiCn _~ , despite Pop Golden’s _effo ~ t _~ ’ tO _disp ~ ove_. At th ~ theeting of the _Associ_0_tio ~ held in New York City dn’O obèr ’ 19th Gradu- ate Manager Smith ~ mOde another effort to correct the false impressions of the- present members-The members of the Association were shown that the amount and character of work required for admission to- courses leading to the
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
degree of B. S. and B. A. in Penn State is almost identical with that required at the institutions represented in the wrestling _associntitln. The rigid scholastic requirements of atliletes in ~ _Ur ~ college _We ~ e_’ ~ _ully explained. Our eligibility rules were explaine4, in detail and ~ as compared with _C&nClI, _Pt _~ _ih dèt_’on ’ ‘ and _l ~ enn the only d_1_fferen ~ e of importahce was the three year or freshman’ _nile _’ L.C which rule Penn State does not have nor does Columbia. Our info rm a t ion o n t his p oin t wi t h rega r d to Lehigh is not definite. After matters of scholastic standing and eligibility rules were explained apparently to the satisfaction of all the members there remained a feeling that Penn State’s ethics of sportsmanship were not
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Mr. Kilroe proposed that Penn State be accepted in the Association for a year and the members could then settle the question for thethselves by contact with our institution. Mr. Kilroe further stated that lie could lee no _differe ~ nce between meeting Penn State in dual meCts an _~ I _iii _intercollegiates.
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Pullman Trains. As _~ lras done last _cotumeOcement _spii _~ iii _~~ ilIthan tiaiis’ will’ be _tth ~ _fiO_’ ~ _Pliil ~ d _~ Iphia a ’dd _Pittsbtir ~ h th Stat ’ e Collè ~ e toda ~ . The other.. wise ver _~’ tiresome journey is partly eliminated by these aivangeme nt with _th e Pennsylvania Railroad. Come, try us and BULLOCK, Manager The Wrestling Outlook. Possibly never in- the history of our college has Penn State had better prospects of a championship wrestling team. Of the powerful team of last year but two are lost, namely, former Captain Lesh and William Park. Captain Shollenberger. Very, Lamb. _Fulldnan, Karcher, Callender and Jones remain of last year’s varsity team together with a wealth of candidates who, from present indications, will give some of our regulars the hardest kind of a fight to hold their varsity berths. In the 115 pound class Jones on account of his varsity experience has an advantage,but from the Work of Miller and Williams, in ‘their recent interclass bout,...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Wright, "Sleepy" Light BY THE WAY. Dr. George R. Parkins , secretary of the Rhodes Scholarship fund , gave the delegates to the Conference of American Universities to understand last week that the students, who represent America as Rhodes Scholars are not regarded by Englishmen as the best of America’s embryo intellectualism. Dr. Parkins came from England to suggest keener competition among students for the Rhodes prize. It was delicately suggested that there seems a waning of interest in the scholarships among American students and that it is felt abroad that the scholarships have been awarded too often to " specializing" students who are not representative of the best of American universities. Since the establishment of the motion picture industry, undergraduates in many of the colleges are writing plots for the firms which make the films. Several Lafayette men have been successful at the business and have earned money on the side. It has been suggested that other men with literar...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Mr. C. G. Stoll , Penn State 1903 was tendered a farewel l dinner in New York, October 16, on the occasion of his departure for Antwerp, Belgium. Mr. Stoll will _holn an important position with the Western Electric Company in Belgium. Messrs. Lyons Mussina ‘07 and P. B. Van Dine ‘06 have resigned their respective positions at Panama and are now enrolled in the Graduate School of Business Administration of Harvard University. They are residing at 24 Bowdoin St., Cambridge, Mass. V. V. Veenschoten ‘07 has resigned from the government service at Panama and is now e mployed by the Northern Equipment Co. of Chicago, Ill. in the engineering department. E. W. Nick ‘07 has accepted the position of General Manager of the Northern Equipment Co. of Chicago, Ill. He is residing at 1232 Sherwin Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago. Gilbert Pond writes from Germany:— _"My membership in the Y. M. C. A. has been very useful to me on my trip thus far, especially in London. There I had full access
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
with Messrs. G. B. Wharen , and L M. Yoder, both State men. These two schools are among those that are the most fully developed of their kind in the country. A New Cafe. Mr. L. C. Bullock is preparing to open a new eating place in the Holmes Block. From all appearances this place will be able to satisfy some of the wants of the hungry students. Mr. Bullock is using a popular method in advertising his opening. He agrees to give the person or persons 100 tickets to the Pastime who guesses the name of the Cafe. The initials of the name are given as W — G — and the guesses are to be mailed to him before Nov. 22nd , 1912. One gueas to a person. Mr. Harry Leitzell of the Co-op has been chosen to . ~ pen the envelope on Pennsylvania Day, and at that time the winner or winners will be posted. Delta Tau Delta _Installation The Delta Tau Delta fraternity will re-establish its Tau Chapter by installing the local Alpha Kappa Delta fraternity on November 22nd The ceremonies begin on Thursday, No...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Kuhns and Dad Engle. All are good men, especially Elliot, Clark and Engle. The latter wrestled as heavy weight on the Varsity team of 1911. For the heavy weight Levi Lamb remains from last year’s team. Mc-Vean and Vogel promise to cause Levi trouble to hold his place on the team as do also one or two other promising candidates. This year we are again fortunate in having the services if one of the best wrestling coaches in the country, Edward Lewis. Lewis, as instructor in this art is a find , as is shown by the type of teams that have been turned out yearly since he has taken charge of this line of sport. If we may judge from the present outlook and from the past achievements of our coach we may safely look forward to having the greatest wrestling team this year that Penn State has ever produced. 1915 Wins Wrestlin g Meet. As was expected, the sophomore wrestling team defeated the freshmen in the Armory last Wednesday night by the score of 14 to 6. The freshmen however, put up a sur...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
Chalmers are three of the candidates that will make the _champion exert himself to maintain his present reputation. For the 158 pound class Dexter Very is almost a certainty. Dex has proved to be almost as great a wrestler as he is a gridiron star_, Here too, competition will , be strong. Gleason is a man who, under ordinary conditions, would make any college wrestling team. Lynn, also, will put up a strong fight for that weight. The vacancy caused by the loss of former Capt. Lesh leaves a gap that will be filled only after a hard struggle between Elliot, Sayre,
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
has just finished tabulating the measurements _taken this year. In an editorial, the Yale Daily News expresses the hope that no school of journalism will be inflicted on the university. The News terms such a school "socially lamentable" and _"savoring of the business college." Alumni Notes.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
to the Y. M. C. A. building that was less _thai ~ a block from my hotel. Please send me a new mem bership card. Enclosed find check.’ On Friday evening, November 15, 1912, the Lambda Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity was entertained at an informal smoker by the Delta Delta Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity. Altoona School of Instruction. Professor 3. H. Hale, head instructor of the Altoona Instruction School, reports that there are two hundred and fifty apprentices in attendance. Another apprentice school has been established this fall by the railroad company at Altoona , and has an attendance of forty. It may be of some interest to know that these schools were inaugurated under the supervision of the schools of engineering of the college, and are being so conducted at present. Professor Hale was transferred from the college to the Altoona school , and has associated
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
There is no Road to Wealth But all roads lead to Harvey Bros’ New Bakery 220 E. College Ave Increasing business has_- necessitated this change. We have opened our new bakery where we can serve our customers to the best advantage in bread, Pies, Cakes and Ice Cream We are still doing business at 108 South Allen Street Nit tany In n block, one door below the _postoflice, with a full line of fine confections, including the popular line of Fuller-Green Chocolates Lowney’s Chocolates Stacy’s Fork Dips in packages. A fresh shipment weekly. Always fresh. We have also added an entire line of smokers ’ supplies, such as Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos which will please the most fastidious Courteous treatment extended to all Sodas Hot Chocolate Sundaes with Pretzels
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
The home of f ine confections (Anticipating your wants for Pennsy lva n i a Day, we have just received a factory shipment of five hundred pounds of Samoset chocolates (package and bulk) There’s nothing finer made. Factory shipments of fine confections, assuring freshness at all times Graham ,on ~~~ f _~ ; _n; The finest line of cigars and tobaccos in town
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
PENNSYLVANIA DAY Big Celebration Planned—Governor Tener and Major General Stewart Will be Here—Attorney General Bell Will Address Mass Meeting. Pennsylvania Day this year promises to be an event unprecedented in the history of the college, Penn State may count itself fortunate in having Governor Tener, Major General Stewart, Attorney General Bell , many prominent legislators, and members elect of the legislature, as its guests. It has been so arranged that the day shall be comprised of the most interesting series of events, that the students can produce, so that the entertainment of the guests will not be lax. The first event of the day will be the Industrial Parade, which will be made up of floats and original student stunts. The procession will leave Old Beaver Field at 9:30 o’clock. At the close of the parade, the dedication of the new engineering building will transpire, at which some prominent man will officiate, whose name as yet has not been disclosed. Probably one of the mos...
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 20 November 1912
The : Pen nsylvania EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D. , L,L. D., PRESIDENT Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 4jI FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineering, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science, offering thirty-six courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics, Ind ustrial Art and Physical Education—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February ; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue, bulletins, announcements , etc., address Interciass Football Game. With men in pink of condition and both managers confident of victory, the sophomore and freshman football teams will battle for supremacy on New Beaver Field at 2:30 o’clock on the afternoon of Pennsylvania Day, November 22nd. The teams of both classes have been working hard to fit themselves for this contes...