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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
IIA T _ID I L ATHLETIC LIBRARY NO 252 HOW TO SPRINT By Arthur F. Duff.y Holder of the World’s Record for 100 yards, 93-5 sec. Price 10 Cents The best book on Sprinting that hai ever been published. Every boy who aspires to be a sprin ter can study Champion Duffey ’s methods in this book and learn why he was so successful. The illustrations were posed especially by Champion Duffey, and will be of invaluable aid to the novice. G. SPALDING & BROS New York Chicago Philadelphia Denver Syracuse Minneapol is St Louis Buffalo Cincinnati Boston Kansas Csty San Francisco Baltimore Pittsburg Washington New Orleans Montreal , Can. London , Eng. Spalding ’s catalogue of all athletic sports mailed free to any address. ~ ~ ~~
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
State Collegian State 73-—Geneva 0. The Geneva College eleven met the Varsity on Beaver Field last Sat. ur day, and played a plucky game but were badly outclassed , State roll ing up a total of 73 points with Comparat ive ease. The "White and Blue " line-up was materially weakened throug h the absence of Captain Yeckley, Centre-rush Dunn , and Half-back _Mcllveen , while in the second half almost an entire eleven cf substitutes was employed. The su bs, however , played a f ast ar ticle of ball adding 44 points to the 29 which had been scored in the first per iod. State ’s men played well together , and the coaches feel encouraged over the shoiving made , as th e Dickinson battl e comes next Saturday. All of State ’s backs distinguished themselves by long runs , but the most brilliant effort of t he day was made by Quarter-back Henry, who , earl y in the the second half received the ball on the kick-off and ran the entire length of the field for a touch-down. Henry also made severa l...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
THURSDAY , NOV. 16 , 190 5 EDITORIAL Qnl y two days more and the State—Dickinson game will draw all of State’s loyal undergraduates and many of her grads to Williamsport . There is absolutely no reason why every man should not accompany and support- the team on this trip. It is’ our "big game," the expenses are light, and there is not a man in college who cannot tear himself loose from his work to go down with the crowd. The team needs every man on th ~ side-lines, it needs you , it needs your room-mate, it needs everybody else. If you hear anybody say he hasn’t any money offer to lçnd him some. Dickinson intends to send an ixpmense delegation , so it is up to us not to equal but to _outnut ~ ber them. Don ’t stop to think it over; you will have plenty of time to do that the next day. But take your pennant down off the wall , put on your hat and come al9n g on Saturday. The new Song Book ought to be, nay- ’will - be, a success. Of ‘ this there is:no doubt. How much if a success? Tha...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
EDITORS T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06, Chief. F. K. B _’ REWSTER , ‘07. _~~ ‘ . B: G-ARRAHAN, ‘07. H. D. MASON , ‘07. A. K. LITTLE , ‘07 R. B. NECKLEY , 08. 3. K. BARNES , ‘09. BUSINESS MANAGERS. W. 3. _DUMM , ‘06. s_: H. YORKS , ‘07. B. W. SCRIB NER , ‘08.
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year by the students of The Penns ylvania State College in the interest of the Students. Faculty, Alumn i and friends of the college. Erité _~ ’ _~ 5at the P6st Office, State College , Pa., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION. $1. 50 per year or $t ~ 25 if paid within 20 days after date of subscri ption.
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
their faces , that they should be. denied’ the pleasure of reading owing to the inexcusable thoughtlessness of one of their fellow students. The rights and privileges of over eight hundred men are violated by the one. The Library appeals to each student alike , it seeks to serve ’ all. Anything that hinders such service is an offense against the entire student body. S. H. York , ‘07, has been elected to the position of assistant business manager of the Collegian made vacant by the resignation of W. A. Slater. J. K. Barnes , ‘09, has been elected to the editorial staff. _i _~ iunking and Flunk Makers. From Morgantown Post. This inelegant word of unknown derivation , and onl y recenfly admitted to the best dictionaries means "to fail as on a lesson ," in its primary signification , but means also failure to pass examinations , to maintain class standing, and as a result to be dropped from the University rolls as a student. It indicates an ignominious endin g of one ’s career as a stud...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
ALUMNI Wm. F. Strouse, ‘87, is with the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co., as assistant engineer. Thomas A. Elder , ‘64, is chairman of the Wayne Co., Ohio, Prohibition party committee. W. E. Houseman , ‘97, is with the H. C. Frick Coke Co., as assistant mechanical engineer. Thomas C. Hontz , ‘79, is Professor of Math ematics and Astronom y at Susquehanna University. W. C. Riddle , ‘04, is situ ated at Empire, Panama , as foreman in a Mechanical Engineering Corp. Ben Curry, ‘05, is Instructor _itt Chemistry and Mathematics at the Penna. Military College, Chester ,’ Pa. R. P. _Bari _~ rett and R. H. Smith , both ‘05, have accepted positbns with the Bureau of Filtration , Pittsburg, Pa. Jas . E. Quigley, ‘94, has charge of the insulating department of the Armstrong Cork Co , Pittsburg, Pa. H. C. George, ‘04, occupies the position of Instructor in Mineralogy and Mining Engineering at W. U. P. Allegheny, Pa. C. A. Shearer, ‘04, has left the Acme Motor Car Co., to accept a position as draught...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
Only Two Days More _I Oh! i’ts Dickinson—this , And i’ts Dickinson—that, We’ve h ~ ard it for quite a long while; But its weary and foot-sore And full of defeat, They ’ll go straggling back to Carlisle! But two days more, fellows, and we’re off to Williamsport , every State man of us, with the "White and Blue" waving high and our voices in splendid trim. : ‘The Team ! The Team ! The Team ! !" All hail to our valiant Varsity, and may each man remember Old State as he goes out upon the gridiron Saturday, and display that spirit which has made State’s name so glorious in years gone by. Each past season at Williamsport has seen Old State’s elevens play such hard , gritty, manly football , as to make our teams the admiration of the Lumber City . And this Saturday must witness another fair and clean-cut victory for the White and Blue. Here are our Varsity men; we are proud of them every one, and are fully confident of their prowess and their courage. Follo wing is the position , height , ...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
Debating Club The weekly meeting of the Debating club was held in room 367 on Saturday evening last , and among other matters the question was discussed as to the best way of raising the money for the expenses of the debate with Swarthmore which will be held here on December 14th. It was finall y decided that the Faculty should be asked to contribute one fifth , and that each of the four classes be asked to pay a like sum. No admission will be charged if this plan is successEul. A committee was appointed to determine as nearly as possible the amount of expense.
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 November 1905
The 1907 Championship The struggle for championship honors in the Junior Football League has become extremely interesting, as the Miners downed the Electricals last Saturday 10 to 5, thus tieing the Mechanicals for first place. A game between these two teams will now decide the championship. The Collegian will soon select the ‘07 All-American team ,so get busy boys , and play the game ! THE JUNIOR LEAGUE Stan ding _cC the Teams. Won Lost Percent Mechanicals 2 _0 i_._iJtO Miners 1 0 1. _lltttl Chemists . 0 1 ._1100 Civils 0 1 .00 Electricals _I_) ~ _._0110 Farmers 0 13 _it_00