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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 November 1911
Second Band Concert. On Sunday evening, November 19, 1911, the Cadet Band will offer their second concert of the year in the Auditorium at eight o’clock. Although the attendance at the last concert was not large, owing to the inclemency of the weather , the fact that the excellent interpretation of the more serious numbers , together with the splendid rendition of the lighter operatic airs , was more than appreciated was demonstrated by the spontaneous applause. Under the competent direction of P. M _, Snavely, ‘12, the band has again prepared a concert that will demonstrate to the visitors during the Pennsylvania Day celebration that we are the proud possessors of a band , the quality of which is far above the average. The band will be assisted by Alex Gray 3rd, upon whose vocal ability no comment is necessary. A L every one knows a large audience is conducive to greater effort ,and _there ~ fore let us have "All Out " at the A ~ ditorium on Sunday evening. Th& following pr...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 November 1911
~ 4 lli ~~ t ~~ r ~ FE[ ~~ t11 St ~~ te _c ~ Q1l ~~ g ~~ IDII-ili-_’ g Roar ~~ Under Ne w _Maoagemeot Students ’ regular board a week $3_.00 Students ’ single meals 35c Transient _50c _1_Z _~ i J 1 _rT_2 _baZ _n _~ i _~~ [ Gfa _~ ._sa ~~ a .Sp ~~ eiaft ~ All net ’ equipment A. L. BASCOMB & BROTHERS , Proprietors
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 November 1911
E. L. GRAHAM & COMPANY Dry Goods Groceries Sporting Goods East College avenue Phones J. P. HA GM AN Strictly : Ffrstclass : Tailoring Hi gh Grade Gents Furnishings 127 S. Allen Street R . C. PEARCE Dry Goods. Notio ns, Shoes , Groceries and Queenaware Hotel Block W. College Ave
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 16 November 1911
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
NAVY GAME A 0-0 TIE Penn ~ State"Fails ~ .Score _iii Clbse Fought Game—Miller Stars—Mauthe Unable to Get Into Game. On a fiel d in which the mud was ~ o deep that the yard lines could not be seen , the Navy eleven held the Penn State team to a tie score last Saturday at Annapolis. The game was a battle royal between two teams who have not been defeated this season. Owing to the extreme softness of the _ground , Miller. who received our kicks on ihe defense, _foündlt almost i Lpossib le to get. started quickly. However, this new hero in the football world managed to make several; large gains by runs around the end , the largest of which was twenty-five yards. The Navy frequently used the onside kick and to advantage. Just at the close of the first period the Blue and Whit& had worked the ball to the Navy ’s three yard line. From here it looked easy to s _~ Sre _the ~ _fir ~ t ~ touchdowh ~ t the beginning of the second quarter. Howevtr , a noble stand was made and Collins _ki...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
FRESH1IIEN WIN 12-5 For Three Successive Years , A Freshman Team Wins the Annual Class Football Game. On the afternoon of Pennsylvania Day the Sophomores were defeated by the Freshmen in the annual football game by the score of 12-5. Governor Tener and Mrs. ‘rener together with a large body of visitors and students witnessed the game. The field was in poor condition , soft in some parts , while frozen and partly covered with snow in others. At 2-30 p. in. the teams lined up on New Beaver Field , the Freshmen kicking off. Hitner rec_’eived the ball but was downed in his tracks on his own twenty yard line. The Sopho_. mores found the Freshman line impregnable and tried to pull off a false kick which proved costly; the ball going to the first year men. With a series of line plays netting from four to ten yards at a time the ball was soon over th _’ goal line. Wetson kicked the goal. - Score, 1914, 0—1915, 6. Toward the end of the quarter the Frethman had a chance to score again but fum...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
THE RUNAWAY GIRL Girls of College Present Their Annual Play in Auditorium—Con - cert Between the Acts—Many Pennsylvania Day Guests Attend. Confections on Sale. In their annual production , given as a benefit to the Y. W. C. A., in the Auditorium last Saturday evening, the "Co Eds" filled the audience with merriment by the many laughable scenes throughout the entire performance. The play, a comedy in three acts, well served its purpose as being a laugh producer besides being a decided improvement on the show of last year. The girls , coached by Mr. G. Stuart Brodock , the author of the play, acted their respective parts in true college maiden style although there was luttle opportunity for any but a few of the company to display in their roles any great ’act_!ng abilit y. Nevertheless in a very short space of time the girl s succeeded in providing a pleasing entertainment when it was much needed and their many _siu cere efforts demand our praise and thanks. _- Miss Evelyn Ancona was ...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
— _. _" MR CHAPIN AS _LINPO_, _I ‘T HE _,ENO _’_,_NCCM,,, _- tender, rich ‘ and unadorne _1 huinanity which has so endeared him ta the hearts of his countrymen. _liIr. Chapin ’s "Lincoln " possesses much , sympathetic charm. He is singularly, sometimes extraordinarly felicitous ~ nd vital , _ar_.d holds his audience in bonds of an eager sympathy which hat manifested _i ~~ è_1_f ‘ ihady "times ‘in frequent outbursts ‘of unpremeditated applause. The subject of the monolog is alone suE ~ crènt to ~~ ivè_"a pl ~ asing charm to _thç_,,pj ~ y. _, - - The, major_, par,t of the new equipxnent .for the course in Highway Engineering has been temporarily installed _lit the cement, testing _laboratory _~ , ,,in _,the Engineering Buildipg where it will remain until the ~ omp1etión of the proposed extension. Professor Shattuck has already made tests on several _spdcimens. of limestone from the lluarries in, -this vicinity. If the _~ _ea _~ _therit _~ 1ds good ’ and a suitable quality of atone , i...