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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
Alumni Notes W. J. Dorworth , ‘04, who is employed in the testing department of the General Electrical Company of Schenectady, N. Y., made us a short visit last week. The home of Mr. Hiram Thompsou , near State College , was the scene of a quiet wedding, Wednesday Nov. 30, when his daughter Margaret G. become the bride of Mr. Jas. 3. Markle. The ceremony, which took place at 10 a., m. was performed by Rev. Mr. Denniston of the Presbyterian church of State College. Immediately after dinner the couple left for Mt Pleasant , Mich., where they will make their home. Mr. Markle is a graduate of the class of 1903, and is at present Instructor in Agriculture in the Indian School at Mt. Pleasant. Mich. The Katharine Ridgeway Con.-cert. The entertainment given by the Katharine Ridgeway Concert Co., last Saturday evening in the Old Chapel , under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. wasthe best one of its kind ever given at this College. Miss Ridgeway is no stranger as she was here last year and he...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
The TECHNICAL WORLD ~ ~~ l Thi3 Dcrart ment is devoted to technical ~~ ~~ su bjects of _interest. Any question ~ sent to ~~ the Editor of the bTA I E LOLLEUJA N or ~~ dropped in the box at 323 Main will be an . ~~ sw&re d in subs _~ .c ~ ucnt issucs by expe rt5 in the ~~ subject about which infor mation is _desir ed._j Electrical. Withi n the last decade the original 50,000 horse power electrical generating plan t at Niagara Falls was an unique wonder of engineering construction. Since then progress has advanced so rapidly that the waters of Lake Erie are either supplyi ng or will shortly supply over 700,000 horse power to plants in operation or at the present time under construction. Plans are being developed which will increase the utilization of this enormo us source of power to over a million horse power. An interesting and popular description of this phenomenal ind ustrial development in and about Niagara Falls may be found in the Electrical World and Engineer for Nov. ...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
Mining THE ENGI NEER ING AND M IN I NG J OURNAL. Oct. 13th issue_.—copper Mines of Lake Sup_. _~ rior by T. A. Rickard . This ar ticle is a valuable one to mining studen ts and will be found interesting to all. The region is first taken as a whole and geology, labor conditions and natural advantages described. Then the important mines of the region are full y described individuall y, as to methods of working, financial and business condition , etc. Oct. 27th issue.—Dry Air Blast in the Manufacture of Iron by James Gayley. The author advances a comparatively new idea and gives plans of some apparatus in connection with it. _Sam e issue. —C ~ hlorination in Colorado by W m. E. Greenawalt. Is a discussion of the chorinat mon process as carried out in a state where it has been m ost highly perfected. Nov. 3rd issue.—The Bradford Car michael Process ~ by Donald Clark. Gives the essentials of a process for making SO , gas for H ,SO _, at Broken Hill , Australia. Nov. 17th issue.— The _lod...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
Thursday, Dec. 8, 1904 EDITORIAL An effort is being made to show that A. L. Smith , formerly a student here and now at the University of Pe nnsylvania , is eligible to play another year on the foot ball team of that instit ution. We are not surprised that it is desired to retain the services of a player who will undoubtedl y be made full-back on the All-American Team for 1 904 but the grounds upon which the claim of eligibility are made are decidedl y questionable. We quote fro m the Philadelp hia Press. "If A. L. Smith , the full-back at the University of Pennsy lvania , wishes to return to Penn for a post-graduate course he can play f oo t ball an other year. While his especial case has not been taken up, the Faculty Committee on Entrances has decided that the f our years ’ course at State College where _Sm i th prepared , is only equal to three years at ~ enn. Theref ore the two years Smith played at Sta te will only count for one year , according to long-established rule and pre...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
ST A TE COLLEG IAN Published on Thursday of each week durin g the coliege year in the interest of The Pen nsylvania State college. EDITOR S, ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘05 , Chief , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05 , T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , W. 3. _DtJ MM , ‘06, ED. FAWKES , ‘06 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 BUSINE SS MANAGER. W. G. HECKATHORNE , ‘06. ASSISTANT MANAGER. C. R. OBERFELL , ‘06.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
Heckathorne will be around soon. A Mistake. In the account of the State—W. U. P. game the statement was made that "McGee fumbled on State’s 15 yard line on the first down." George denies that he committed this grievous blunder , so we hasten to make all apologies for the false accusation. Resolutions. Whereas, the Allwise and Merciful Father has seen fit to take to Himself our beloved friend and coworker , Mrs. Josiah Jackson. Be it Resolved—that the Woman’s Literary Club of State College has sustained a grievous and irreparable loss in the death of a _‘charter member , an organizer and leader in progressive ideas, and also a treasured personal friend; that we extend our heartfelt sympathy to her bereaved family. Resolved—ihat the Secretary be instructed to send a copy of these resolutions to each of the surviving children and that they be published in the local papers . Signed—Mrs. G. W. Atherton , Miss Anna Redifer Mrs. F. L. Pattee, Mrs. W. L. Foster , Mrs. W. J_. Keith , Committ...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
Freshman _..Sophomore Game Continue d from Page 1 This is the first time a Freshman team has triumphed over the Sophs since 1902 defeated 1901. The game began at 2.30 by Honhart kicking off to _Mcllveen , who caught the ball on the 20 yard line and ran it back 10 yards before beitig downed. Partridge made 4 yards through Bodine and "Mac " made 2 through Ritchie. First down. Henry struck his tackle for 2 yards and Partridge advanced it 4 more in an attack on centre. "Mac " failed to gain around left end , being thrown by I-largest. Partridge 3 through Van Horn. Wray made 1 yard on the next play and the ball went to th ~ Freshmen on downs on the Sophs 45 yard line. Kreider began operations by making 1 yard through McWilliams. Lilley made a similar gain by a mass on tackle. Honhart punted to the Sophs 10 yard line, where Leathers tackled "Mac. " Henry made 1 yard through Zinc. "Mac" wisely punted on the next play to the 45 yard line where Kreider fumbled but picked up the ball and ran ...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
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