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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
Mechanical Drawing 3 3 Physics 9 13 Manual Training 9 _5 Zoology 9 14 Total 461 337 4Not offered in 1910. _- Registration Statistics. Ihe annual registration of students has been very promptly cained out this semester, and the records show a big increase over last year. On Septemb ~ r 21st, there were 608 new students, including 477 freshmen. The faculty has 32 new members, making a total number of 171 in that bo i ~ . It seems incredible that, although three years ago Penn State ~ s enrollment was 1186, it has now increased to over 2000. The Freshman class will have between 500 azid 6oo members, and although 24 new houses have been erected in the village since last fall, a few have found difficulty in securing lodging. The Porestry course has a number ~ new foreign students, representing- Argentine, Brazil , _Russia_, Turkey, China, Persia , Sweden, Hungary, Poland , Porto Rico , and
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
BEST WORK at LOWEST PRICE S _c ~ . F’. S H P ~ IAJ • _Soflcited Your Patronage HARNE SS MA }cER Agent fo ~ THE SOLITE SUt TCASE STUDENT AGENTS Can be kept c _~ c ~ n by w _hin ~ ~ v ~ th ~ nop nn d w ~ tor A L. Shernian ‘14 i-I _. W . Sti ner ‘ 13 You _can stand or, it when empty The best LOW PRICE _sur tc ~~~ _made Soles sewed or stitched J. B. MINGLE , Shoemaker by Ch ~ mpiou stitcher. W. C. KLINE Allen str ~ Sout h Alle n _street
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
students 608 Freshmau class—New Freshmen _iñ ~ triculated this year 477; Freshmen, previously matriculated 20. Total number of Freshmen 497. Distribution of new _Freshm en according to their options—Agricultural options 172, Engineering 104, Natural Science SO, Mining 25_. Liberal Arts 15, Home Economics 11. Total 477. COLLEGE NOTES. During the summer, Prof. P. B. Breneman has been preparing apparatus for the determination of desirable methods for heat treatment of iron and steel. For this purpose an _electr_!cal furnace has been constructed and installed in Room 15 of the Engineering building_. Mr. Rowe, under the direction of Prof. Harding, made an invest ~ gation upon -the efficiency of planes during the past summer. In this work Mr. Rowe used the experimental track north of the Electrical Annex. A ten ton roller, manufactured by the Monarch Roller company, of Utica , N. Y. ~ has recently been added to the highway laboratory. This addition to the laboratory was made possible thro...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
~~~~~~~ Jama Alumni Hold _Banquet. second semi-annua l banquet , ~~ ihe _Panai _~ ia chaptei of the Penn _. ~ tate Alumni Association was held at Hotel Imper!al , Colon , Panama , on the night _of September 9, 1911. State spirit ~ ‘as much in evidence at all times and reminiscence s of college days were chief topics of conversation. Weidener told some especially interest ing tales of State life as it was twenty years ago. The following men were present: F. N. Weidener , ‘91; P. B. van Dyne, _‘06; E. W. Nkk _, ‘07; L. Mussina , ‘07; V. V. Veenschoten , _‘07; W. E. Hoffman , ‘09; X- ~ . A. Pierce, ‘10; C. W. Markman , ex’ll; and G. W. Green , a prospective student . B. A. Smith , ‘07 and W. L. Hersh , ‘07, were u nable to attend. F. N. Weidener was toastmaser of the evening and after dgars had been lit the following toasts were responded to: L. Mussina, 1911 Commencement; P. B. van Dyne, Travel; W. E. Hoffman , Thoughts of An Isthmian Freshman; V. V. Veenschoten , _Geflu_! Homo; E. W•...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
BUSH HOUS E E. L. GRAHAM & COMPANY _BELLI _~ FON TE PENNA _Rate iier day ~ ~ \ViIh bath $3 per day —W. I ~ . DAGGETT—3oot _~ ’ ~ ~~~~~ ~ Do ~ ’ &s Dry Goods Groceries Sport ing Goods East College avenue Phones J. P. HAGMAN DYEING AND DRY CLEANING Strictly : Ffrstclass Tailor ing oods sen t on Thursdays of each week High Grade Cents _Furnishhigs 127 S. Allen Street 119 South Burrowes Street
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
SEALSHIPT OYSTERS CHOICE FRUIT South Allen Street _, opposite the Postoffice HENRY GRIMM FINE _‘TAILORING _E_,t ~ bhthed 18J1 CLEANING PRESSING _I ~ EPAIRING T he First Nat ona1 Bank BELLEFONTE C ~ pithJ _$100_.UOU S ~~~ ph _~ . $125 _I_) _0 Cb ~ rl ~~~ McC u rd y Ja ~ K. B irnh ~rt President Cushier
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
power) No. 2. Having prepared your lessons _heretcf ~ re in the study- rn under the eye of the teacher, you now the will power nece - to do your tasks in your room V y compulsion ? tnout supervision cr compuision r w ~ No. 3. Have you the strength of will necessary to do your required work daily regardless of ~ nterruptions, distractions , or the intrusion of less important matters ? No. 4. Do you know the difference between the essentials and the non—essentials of college _life ? Give an e ~ amp1e of each ? No. 5. Is your moral nature sui:fic!endy developed to leave home influence and to encounter the n2gative influences to be found in every _ccllege ? Reasons for your reply. No. 6. Every student entering college will eventua1 ~ y choose companions of his or her k!nd and liking. What is your ideal of a college student ? Define the leading ~~~~~ teristi ~~ ~ F ~~ gàod fellow." No. 7. Have you gotten over the infantile fallacy of blaming your failures on the teacher instead of on you...