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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
C. ~~~~ . _~ (t ~~TS ~ o’r _~ $_oT ~ a ~ _~ ?_av ~ _ov _COVIt _5_C ~~~ Hair CuttIng a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed Stephens’ POOL ROOM - __________ and _‘ BARBER SHOP 123 Allen Street Band Concert A Success. Last Sunday evening the Penn State Cadet Band gave an excellent concert in the Schwab Auditorium before a crowd composed largely of Pennsylvania ~ Day guests. P. M_5 Snavely directed the band in a Sousa manner. The quality of music was of the best and every number was unanimously applauded. Baritone solos rendered by Alex Gray, 3rd in his usual smooth, enjoyable style were highly ap preciated by the large audience. The program presented Sunday evening - follows:—March , Slav Tschaikowsky; Overture, Wilhelm Tell, Rossini; Selection, Spring Maid , Reinhardt; Baritone solo, (a) Indian Love Lyric , Cadma n , (b) Four Leaf Clover, Willoby; Scarf Dance, Chaminadr ; Medley, Overture, Ted Snyder; March , Loyal Americans, King. WE WONDER. Wh .t the Governor will think of us now that...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1911 OJd Willow Some apprehension Not-Weakened has arisen in regard to the Old Willow in yelation , to the work being done up ~ on it by the men in the Landscape Gardening Course. There is, however, no foundation to the arguments that the tree has been weakened and its life shortened. The operation was unusually difficult owfng to the stage to which decay had taken place, and, to secure good results, the work should have been done ten or twelve years ago. In the condition in which it stood _tl ~ is fall , the tree had a very short length of life, and would probably have fallen after two or three heavy _wincistorms. Now, however, the large mass of decayed punk which was of no value at all in giving strength to the trunk has been replaced by concrete, and the tree has been strengthened correspondingly. _Tb ~ splitting caused by the yeopeuing of an old frost-crack has been overcome by the use of iron bolts. Other stays have been added so that the tree is now in fairl...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
G. E. .S&L ~ Z_. J _~~~ e ~ _fa _~ v _nx_. ~ t O_31_)t’ _Ic_1iO _~_12 POST CARDS _5 _~~ _~~ _COI_._L_._EOE JE WELRY I ~~~~~~ OHAS. A. WOMER H. A. EVEY TonsorIal Artist Your pateayage .oilcted Pfe._toim. work _iliac. CAB V ~ VORK A _SPECIALTY ant . UNDER HOTEL Both ‘Phones — _- I- _- - - _- _- - - - S. E. _KIMPORT1 A. DEAL Headquarters for _- SANITARY PLUMBI NG, STEAM, HOT WATER. VAPOR AND Choice Meats of All Kinds VACUUM HEATING Frazier Street Both _phonea j State College _Pennsy ~ _vanis - _-,s
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
Pitt _., Professor Gill Resigns. Mr. A. H. Gill, Associate Professor of Heat Engineering has resigned , and will be, for the third time in his career, with the American Smelting and Refining Company. He was first indentified wich that company in Denver, Col., later in Nevada , and has new accepted the position of Superintend. ent of the Power Department at the company’s plant at Perth Amboy, N. J. Prof. Gill has not only made an enviable record with this company, but has been equally successful in such other positions as he has held. His work here has been entirely satisfactory to the trustess, the faculty and student body. Prof. Gill’s departure will be regretted by all who know him, and many warm friends here wish him the greatest success in his new work. Before he leaves a farewell dinner will be given him as a slight token of the esteem in which he is
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
Penn State ~~ llegian vubliphed on Thur sday of cacti week during the _eailng e year by the stude nt. of Ice _Penn ,_yivanlt State _Cnlle _~ e sn the _Interes t of the _Student i, _Foc _oily . Alumni and Fr,e _od_. of the college. Ent.; ed at the _Poatoffice , State College , P.• a. .._oJn d ci... matter - SUBSCRIPTION. _Ii_. _50 per _yc_. ~ or $1.25 If paid within 30 d_._ym after late of _.ubpcriDtlon.
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
Flig i _c_1_E ~ Lr-d- th ~~ dr_)_r Th ~~ St uc4 ~~ r ~t’s L ~~ Lrn dry ~JWe make an honest efiort to give you th e best to be had in our line. 4JjOu r laundry is modern in all departments. cWe cater to those who desire high grade work at honest prices. 4J You will appreciate the snapp y appearance of our wor k. H. E. Shore ‘_13 ) ‘ E_. T. _Anp lundh ‘12 J. L. McCmeary ‘12 _~ ‘ STUDENT AGENTS _STIJD ENT AGENTS - ~ B. M. Herm _an ‘12 L_, A. Davis ‘12 _I I T. W. Harris ‘13
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
Editor in Chief W. S. KRIEBEL , J R., ‘12 Aso iutmnt EdItor W. P. LITTLE , ‘12 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , _‘12 R. M. EVANS, ‘13 M. A _d.. _ICRIMMEL, ‘13 J. D. HOGARTH , 14 F. C. DOSE , 14 _Buslne _~ s Manager E. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKLIN , ‘12 _THRO . _LENCHNER , ‘12
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
been closed and at this early date basketball is beginning to attract the attention of the lovers of the popular floor game. H. E. Shore ‘13 will captain the State team and 3. P. Gordon ‘12 will man age jt . Hermann ‘12, a former star player has consented to coach the team this winter. The assistant managers are Clark, Bevan, and _Flagg, all of the junior class. Among the forty-six candidates who reported for the first practice Tuesday afternoon were Captain Shore , Blyth e, Craig, Green , Hartz and Vosburg of last year’s successful team. Haddow, McEntire and Young will be missed in this year’s line-up. Mauthe, the great football player, will most likely play one of the guard positions. Shore, Craig aqd Green are in excellent condition as a result of their early training. Material for the center and forward positions is lacking and men are urged to try for , these three weak places. The squad will be picked shortly after Than .sgiving and a complete list of the names of the men maki...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
The : Penn sylVania : State : College EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D. , L.L. _U., PR ESIDENT Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commo nwealth of Pennsylvania (j FIVE GREAT SCH_9OLS—Agri culture , Engineering, Liberal Arts , Mining, and Natural Science , offering thirty-five courses of four years each—Also courses in Rome Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Education—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February; Summer Session _foe Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue , bulletins , announcements , etc., address THE REGISTRAR , State College , Pennsylvania V ~~ TITY BASKETBALL. - Schedule is Completed—Large Amount of Mater ial to be Drawn From Class Teams. In a week Penn State’s piost suecessful football season will have
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
.ock llaveii Steam Laun dry BEST WORK _- at _S LOWEST PRICES Your Patronage Solicited STUDENT AGENTS A. L. Sherman ‘14 H. W. Stiner _‘_I l-I J: w HARNESS _MAEER Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE Can be kept clean by _wn_,_ltin ~ with ,nop and water. _‘Inn ran tnnd on _a when empty. The be_. ~ _i_0_W PRICE ,ultcasc made J.B. MINGLE NGLE, Shoemaker Soles sewed or stitched by Champion _stitcher. W. C. KL INE Allen Street South Allen street
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
Point, N. Y Jan. 12- Pittsburgh Collegians at home. J an . 19 Mount Alto Academy at home. Feb. 2 Franklin and Marshall College at home. Feb. 3 Gettysburg College at home. - Feb. 16 Bucknell University at home. Feb. 22 Bucknell University at Lewisburg, Pa. Feb. 23 Swart hmore College at SwarthmDre , Pa. Feb. 24 Lehigh University at
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 23 November 1911
South Bethlehem, Pa Liberal Arts Society. Meeting of Liberal Arts society in room K. library at 7 p. m. sharp Friday, Nov. 24. Program —Short business meeting; Tennyson’s Place in Poetry, Prof. Pattee; Reading, Prof. Frizzell and Mr. Winterstein , ‘15. Oration, Wm. Ross ‘14. Every member is requested to be present on time. Meeting will close at 8 p. m. sharp. On Mr. Hartman _’ s Lectures. Saturday night Nov. 11, Mr. Hartman gave his lecture on Walt Whitman. Judging from the audiance present, however, our College can claim but few _"Whitmanians " It is to be regretted that a larger number of the students did not avail themselves of the opportunity to hear from a man whose very presence is an inspiration for the beautiful and higher things in life. Of the six hundred present most of them were people from town and members of the faculty In his interpretation of Whitman the lecturer read "To You", "The Open Road" and several other poems. Whitman’s strong masculine personality was forcib...