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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
counts . He shall pay out money from the several department accounts upon written orders from the respective managers. He shall not transfer money from one account to the other without a two-thirds vote of the Association excepting at the end of the collegiate year , for the purpose of balancing accounts and clearing off the indebtedness of any or all of the departments. Section 5. The advisory committee shall consist of three members who shall be local Alumni, and who shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Alumni Association , and two members who shall be members of the Faculty (including In structors), local Alumni or former students or members of the Senior class , who shall be elected early in the fall term at a meeting of the of-
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
H. ~~ R_!_1_fl PA MERChANT TAiLOR S1’. _’ _._TD _COLLEUE . l’_\. _‘l’bsl ri y yea i’s’ ~ \ psi ’_._’ _ss _~ ’_s _’_iii _Ta _i ’rO _~ z. _~ ° _ts Isi’_,’ls _’ ~s ’f _s _ls ~ _liUs _sI _1 _op _~ ’rtssi ~ _s _’ _,_s_._hs a z_’_._’ _, _. . _, ‘ss _isa 1 _~ 5 _~ _Eo ~ S _St _I_1 _’ _~ t ._‘_s Sl’}: _~ s _sh .rv S. E. KIMPORT BUTCHER Dealer in Choice Beef. Lamb. PerK _. _VcaI. Salt Meats and _PouItr ~ . Spet-ia I attention given to Caterers . Calf and see us on Allen St reet State C IIegt’ _, _~ _LiT J _.
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
This fact , howe_’er commendable, Will scarce our hearts entice, That when a girl’s as pure as snow , She’s just as cold as ice!—Ex_. The marks that great men leave behind Upon the sands of ti me, Oft show they wobbled ‘round a lot Before they got sublime. — Ex. David Harum— That was a pretty geod hoss old Ez was drivin , eb? Eben Holden—Yes , he had so many good points you could use him for a hat-rack . Compulsory attendance at church has been discontinued at Wesleyan_, See to the days, and the weeks will take care of themselves.—Ex. The lowest seat may not always be the most pleasant one, but it is generally the s af est_.—L. Today necessity demands more than ever that your voice be trained to symmetry, your mind capable of thinking under the most perverse conditions , and your actions to correspond to the same_.—Juniata Echo,
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
STATE COLLEGE STUDIO Stands as a synonym for all that is new, artistic and up-to-date in Photograph y. 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. VJ. _\‘V. j\4ImT-L A’I TJ ffi ~~ ~~ ~~~
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 10 November 1904
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Calendar. - THURSDAY , NOV. 17. 9.00 P. M. Fraternity dances in their chapter houses. FRIDAY , NOV. 18. Pennsylvania Day. DEDICAT ION OP ~ THE CARNEGIE _UBRAR Y Order of Proceedings. 9.30 to Addresses in the Auditorium by Mr. 11.30 A. M. _Thos ~ L. Montgomery State Librarian; The Hon. Fred. W. Fleitz , Deputy Attorney General; and His Excellency , Governor Pennypac ker. The _lit. Hon. John Morley, M. P., is expected tobe present. 12.00 M. to 1.30 P. M_. Luncheon in the Armory for the guests of the College. Dedication Exercises in the Library Building. 2.00 to Addresses by The Hon. Andrew Car-3.00 P. M. negie , Gen. James A. beaver , an d the President of the College. Presentation of Resolutions. 2.15 to _~~ eview of the Cadet Battalion by His _~ .uO P. M. Excellency Lhe Governor, and Major-General Ch arles Mi ller, Commanding the National Guard of Pennsylvania. 8.00 P. M. Reception in the Armory by the Senior Class , an d annual Thanksgiving Assembly. Note_:—All College buildings wi...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
State 11, Di ckinson 0. For a good account of the game we cannot do better than quote from the Wihiamsport "Grit" of Sunday last, which comments as follows:— State won, defeating Dickinson in decisive fashion. State developing unexpected strength , gathered 1_]. points , while the Red and White eleven failed to score. This , _lxi brief , is the story of Saturday ’s great football contest on Seminary field. Four thousand five hundred persons saw it. Four hundred of that number came frqm Carlisle and environs, and 800 more were riotously happy backers of the Blue and White. The teams came together heralded as almost evenly matched , with the odds slightly favoring Dickinson. And so they appeared during the skirmish, which lasted during the entire first half. It was nip and tuck , and the frenzied rooters were not so sure but last season’s game, *hich went without result until the last two minutes of play, was to be repeated. State was without the services of its big captain and fullba...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
States’ Greeting. Tune — Wilberforce Sing to greet these friends of State, Come from far to bring us cheer. Hearts outpour in songs elate, Welcome, ever welcome, here. Greet them , greet them joyously, Welcome friends of Pennsy State. Years agone, a little lad Struggled long for learning ’s store , Came Dame Nature ’s message glad ,— "Effort brave doth ope my door. " May his spirif fall on us, Comrades all at Pennsy State . Scottish lad , we greet thee, love thee, Who thy goodness know so well. Worthy leader ! Follow may we,— Earnest, faithful , shall we dwell. In devotion ’s loyal cause Constan t , true, to Pcnnsy State. Greet the scn of Keystone ’s west land , Great-heart alms his laurels swell. State extends a loving ri ght hand; Join the ranks , his praises tell. Greet we both and Albion ’s son , Ever loved of Pennsy State. —Anonymous. Y. M. C.A The meetings of the week of Prayer which began Sunday will continue each evening during this week. They are held in 126 Main building b...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Alumni Notes Paul G. Elder , ‘04, is with the R. & P. Coal & Iron Co., and resides at Punxsutawney. .Jos. H. Siegfried, ‘00, is superintendent of the new St. Louis Union Power Station , one of the largest and most complete electric plants in the country. D. A. Jones, ‘03, is with the same company. The following was clipped from a Johnstown paper , at which place Mr. Fleck is Assistant Chief Draughtsman in the Cambria Steel Co. ’s plant. He is a graduate of State ‘95 . and a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. "Harry G. Fieck, of the Fifth Ward , and Miss Sarah Weddle, of Alle gheny, whose engagement was announced some time ago, are to be married on Tuesday, the 29th inst., at the home of the bride’s brotherin-law and sister, the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. David F. McGill , on Chartiers avenue, Allegheny, the Rev. Dr. McGill to perform the - ceremony. The best man-will be David_. L. Patterson , of Madison , Wis., and the ushers Frank Rodgers and Robert McKinley, of Pittsburg, ...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
PERSONALS S. E. Miller, ‘03 spent a part of last week at the College, on his way to the Williamsport game. John R. Mundy andW. E. Herbst cx-_’ 06 banqueted with the Juniors in Williamsport last Friday night. Prof. F. E. Foss made the trip to the game in his automobile, covering the distance in something over five hours. J. M. Nelson, ‘03 is in town and expects to spend Pennsylvania Day with us. ‘ Joe" is with the J. G. White Co. of New York . Dr. F. A. Lorenzo, ex-’02, who graduated at Columbia University last spring, is working up a good practice at Punxsutawney, Pa. "Jack" Dallas, ex-’05, of Philadelphia, has re-entered Lehigh University, which college he attended prior to coming here two years ago. Among those seen on the side lines at Williamsport last Saturday were M. E. Heck, J. 0. N oll, and M. L. Benri , all former members of ‘07. Captain Forkum. From the latest advices received by Coach Golden , Captain Forkum of the football team is well on the road to recovery, although i...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
State 11, Dickinson 0 Continued from First page line. Yeckley _c_. _~ i ~ ried the ball in _tl _~ ie next three plays and the scene of hostilities was advanced to Dickinson’s 10 yard line. Smith carried the ball four yards onward. McGee made two charges and took the oval over the line on the last try, amid the greatest enthusiasm ever seen at a game in Williamsport . Saunders missed the goal. Score—5 to O. STATE’S RUSHES IRRESISTIBLE The fortunes of the contest shifted back and forth half a dozen times in the space of 50 yards , and then State, on a sudden resolution, as it seemed, settled down to hard work . The ball came into State’s possession on its 45 yard mark. Stead y and irresistible rushes worked the ball to Dickinson ’s 30 yard line, where the Red and White made a last desperate stand and forced a punt. The ball went low and shot into the line, where Wray got it for State on Dickinson ’s 40 yard line. Starting at this point the Blue and White bucked its rivals relentlessly...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Side-line Notes Yeckley played a magnificent game. _Mcllveen’s punting was par excellence: Davis wasn’t in his class. "Tom " Fennell saw the game and congratulated the boys. Yeckley would have had a touchdown to his credit, if the referee had not been busy throwing a Dickinson rooter over the railing. "Rough-house" was in every play. "Cal" Waller hasn ’t forgotten his job as water boy. It was commonly reported after the game that certain Dickinson en thusiasts had nothing left but their return tickets. Saunders used good judgment in running the team , and got the plays off fast. Every time State got close to Dickinson’s goal line, the Dickinson band played _"Goodb y, My Blue Bell!" We wonder why! Seely was the main stay of the Dickinson team, and Wray held him as well as any man could. Ammerman, Dickinson ’s centre last year, seemed to take the result very much to heart.
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 17 November 1904
Football Games—This Week and Next. SATURDAY, NOVEM BER 19. Yale vs. Harvard at New Haven. Annapolis vs. P. L., at Annapo. lis. Lafayette vs. Lehigh , at Easton. State vs. Geneva, at State. Dickinson vs. Ursinus, at Carlisle. Syracuse vs. West Point , at West Point. - Wesleyan vs. Williams, at Williamsport. THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 24. Pennsylvania vs. Cornell , at Franklin Field. Lafayette vs. N. Y. U., at Easton. State vs. Western U., at Pittsburg . Car isle vs. Ohio, at Columbus, 0. Dickinson vs. Washington and Jefferson , at Washington , Pa. Syracuse vs. Buffalo , at Buffalo. Chicago vs. Wisconsin , at Chicago. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Annapolis vs. West Point , at Philadelphia. -