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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
Games of the Week. SATURDAY , NOV. 5th. State vs. Annapolis , at Annapolis. Yale vs. Brown , at New Haven. Pennsylvania vs. Lafayette, at Franklin Field. Princeton vs. West Point , at West Point . Harvard vs. Dartmouth , at Cambridge. Cornell vs. Lehigh , at Ithaca. Columbia vs. Stevens , at New York. Carlisle vs. Ursinus, at Carlisle. Dickinson vs. Lebanon, at Carlisle. Susquehanna vs. Bloomsburg State, at Bloomsburg. Wesieyan vs. Vermont , at Middletown. Michigan vs. Drake , at Ann Arbor. Chicago vs. Texas, at Chicago. TUESDAY , NOVEMBER 8. W. and 3. vs. Lyceum _,atPittsburg. New York University vs. Stevens , at New York. —At the weekly meeting of the Natural History Club, Oct. 26, E. P. Hayes , ‘08 was elected a member, and Messrs. Steely, Easton and Mc-Connell spoke on subjects of interest.
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
S TATE COLLEGE STUDIO Stands as a synonym for all that is new, artistic and up-to-date in Photography. If you watch this space during this college year we will try and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction. Please call and examine our work. w . w MI _ii rn I-EL A F m _I m ~ ~ ~~
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 3 November 1904
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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
Annapolis , 20, State_, 9 State suffered defeat at the hands of the Navy last Saturday breaking the list of victories of the past three years. The result came as a surprise to the cadets, who were sure that State was as strong as Swarthmore. It was probably as great an eye-opener to the Blue and White. To cry that luck figured in the game seems a poor excuse but bad fortune was undoubtedly State’s lot. Forkum was forced to leave the field in the first five minutes of play. In Moscrip ’s try for a goal from a touchdown the center of the ball hit just a little below the bar and of course the try failed. On the other hand when the Navy tried the last goal the ball hit one of the posts fairly but fell over the bar. When a ball was fumbled by either side it always seemed to fall directly into the arms of a navy player. Fumbles were made when entirel y uncalled for and at decidedly inopportune times. These are some of the ways in which fate seemed to have a finger in the game. The team ar...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
Schwab Coming President Atherton announced in Chapel on Tuesday that Mr. Schwab would accompany Mr. Carnegie to the College for the dedication of the new library week after next . The news was receiyed with applause. ‘06 Banquet. According to the custom of the Junior class, the members of 1906 will banquet next Friday evening at Williamsport . Heckathorne is chairman and Rhoades will act as toastmaster. Dancing A petition is being circulated among the students to endeavor to obtain the Armory for dancing purposes one night each week. A dancing school will probabl y be formed -
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
Alumni Notes P. 3. Morrisey, ‘04, is with the Edison Electric Company, of Detroit, Mich. R. L. Cummings, ‘03, has a position with the Allis-Chalmers Company of Milwaukee, Wis. _3. H . Ludwig, ‘04, is engaged by the Cambria Steel Company, of Johnstown, Pa. J. E. Wagner , ‘02, was a visitor at the College last Saturday. Leap Year Dance. Several of the students took advantage of the Leap Year Dance which was held in Bellefonte last Friday evening. The boys report having a very pleasant. evening and all join in congratulating the young ladies of Pellefont e upon the success of the affair. Among those who attended are: Messrs. Hoffman , Heinrich , Minick , Geib , Heckathorne , Torrence , Harper , Lose, W6rkman, Armsby, Tawney, Herst , Plank and McIntyre. Electricals Dine. About forty-five Senior and Jun - ior Electricals assembled at Harrison’s last Wednesday evening for their regular monthly feed. Incidents connected with the St. Louis trip were related and many were the jokes given amo...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
Y. M. C.A The week Nov. 13-19 has been set apart among the Associations throughout the country as the week of Prayer for young men. Each evening during that week the Association will hold a half-hour meeting in room 126 begining at quarter past six . These meetings will be addressd by Rev. Dr. Gill, Rev. Mr. Denniston, and Rev. Mr. Heckman. News of the steady increase in the Bible study enrollment over the country continues to come in. Cornell reports 250 men enrolled with cinsses in twelve of the leading fraternities. The University of Wisconsin has 150 and the University of Illinois reports 450 enrolled. Four teen fraternities at University of Pennsylvania are represented in the inter-fraternity Bible study committee. The current Intercollegian contains an interesting article on "Asscciation Work among Colored Young Men. " Associations are organized in more than 90 per cent. of the schools and colleges in the south . Among the more than 10,000 young men in attendance 5100 are memb...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
PERSONALS Kay Brown, ex-’OS, has entered Lehigh University. - F. R. McMichael , ex-’OS, prep, is with the Ross Piano Co., Pittsburg. Patterson, ex-’07 , is assistant cashier of the Landesburg Safe Deposit and Trust Co. P. 0. Ray, instructor in History and Political Economy, has been granted a week’s leave of absence. F. 0. Tawney, ‘07, spent Friday and Saturday of last week with friends in Bellefonte. Walter Chambers, ex-’06 prep ’ has a position in the draughting room of the Coal and Iron Company, Du-Bois, Pa. C. D. Conklin, Jr., ‘07, entertained his par ~ nts, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Conklin , of Cheltenham, over Sunday. M. 3. Babb, instructor in Mathematics here, who has a long leave of absence, was in town Tuesday to cast his vote. Engle, ‘06, and Haverstick , ‘07, who have been spending some time at the World’s Fair , St. Louis, have returned to college. Guy L. McIntyre, ‘07, has left college for a year , having secured a position in the electrical department of the Ohio Steel Co., ...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
College 6—Bellefonte Academy 0. In a close fight the College team defeated Bellefonte Academy last Saturday afternoon by a score of 6-0. A strong cross wind made good kicking and catching of punts very difficult , and the fumbling on both sides was noticeable. In the first half State kicked off , Weaver running the ball back fifteen yards before he was downed. Bellefonte tried the College line but failed to gain and Weaver kicked. State then tried line smashing and end runs, rushing the ball to Bellefontes two yard line, when Higson carried it over for the only touchdown. Higson also kicked the goal. Soon after the half ended. In the second half Hand kicked off for the College team and then followed a see-saw back and forth across the field. Bellefonte played strongly, at one time having the ball on State’s twelve yard line, when it seemed that a field goal was a sure thing, but the play was not made and Belle fonte’ s score remained zero. Academy also claimed a touchdown in the sec...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
Thursday Nov . 10, 1904 Editorial In two days our foot-ball team goes to Wihiamsport to do battle with our old rivals , the Dickinsonians. How many of you are going to be there? Last year six hundred loyal students accompanied the boys to the Lumber City and ,although we lost, it was not the fault of the rooters. There is no reason why every man, with one or two exceptions, should not be on hand. Send the team to Williamsport without any rooters and we run big chances of losing. Backed by the body of loyal and enthusiastic students, the team has its chances for victory increased one hundred per cent . Do you know that it is every man ’s duty to help win that game? You say you cannot play football. That being the case it is your place to assist the team by your cheering. Although you do not fill as responsible position as any of the players , never-the-less you fill an important one. For the last six weeks Dickinson ’s weekly publication has been booming up this game and it is not ne...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
EDITORS, W. B. HOKE, ‘05, Chief , ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘05 , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05 , T. F. FOLTZ, ‘06 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. W. G. HECKATHORNE , ‘06. ASSISTANT MANAGER. C. R. OBERFELL, _‘06.
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
Joke Our boys went down to Annapolis last Saturday and got a dose of ‘‘ Salts. ’’ Statistics. This will make the tenth time that State and Dickinson have met on the gridiron. In 1892 the first contest took place at Harrisburg, and Captain Read’s heroes put the Dickinsonians to route 16 to 0. After this defeat it took the Carlisle colleglans three years to get together for another trial; and in 1896, Captain J. A. Dunsmore led State to another fine victory, 8 to 0. Since ‘96 the annual game with Dickinson has always been a big event for State men. Of the nine games played so far , State has won six and Dickinson three, although State’s victories throughout have been of a more decisive character than those of Dick inson. In past years it was the practice to alternate playing at State College and Carlisle, but Williamsport is now the scene of this big annual gridiron battle. This is the record up to date: PLACE CAPT. Th92, Harrisburg, State (Read) 16, Dickinson 0 1896, State College, _...