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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
Oi’I’OSI i E _13. C. _Il_. it. DEI’OY STATE COLLEGE - PA Partridge was pushed through centre for 2. Wray made one through tackle. "Mac " punted to Kreider , who ran it back 4 yards ~ . On the first play Hargest made 1 around left end. Kreider made 3 through Woodward , then repeated the gain through McWilliams, Hargest circled left end for two and then Lilley made it first down through right tackle. Ritchie failed to gain , but Zinc made a beautiful run of 13 yards through left tackle. It looked as though he might score but "Mac " caught him seven yards from the goal. Kreider plunged through centre for 2, Lilley made 1 through tackle and Kreider made it first down. Both teams wcre fighting desperately, but the Sophs were unable to check the slow but sure advance of the Freshmen. Kreider made 1 yard though center and on the next play Hargest went through Kunkle for a touch down. Hohnhart failed at goal. Time was then called SECOND HALF The second half found no changes in the line up. ...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
Is coming, but do not worry about selecting presents. We will help you out. We offer a few SUGGESTIONS A Board Game or Card Game A J ewe1 Case, Nanicure Set, Toilet Set or Shaving Set A Purse, Music Case, or Writing Companion A Tabard Inn Library Book A Subscription to a Good Magazine A Good Fountain Pen A Nice Combination Game Board A Fancy Pipe Rack , Match _Holder _,or Smoke r s Companio n Fancy Box Paper , Mirrors , Sewing Boxes , Cozy Cuts , Brass Gems, Brass Etchings, Ornamental Match Strikers , etc . and ma4 _, many other nice articles that will just suit you , if you will only come to the DRUG STORE and allow us ~ o show them to you. Come early and have a first choice. We cannot re-order. MEEK BROS STATE COLLEGE . PA
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
for 4 yards , Partridge made 4 through center, Wray 1 and Kunkel 1 through the same place, "Mac" kicked to Kreider , who was downed on the Freshman 20 yard line. Lilley tore through right tackle for 3 and Zinc made _I th rough left. The next play was the prettiest of the game. Honhart in attempting to catch the ball for a punt , fumbled , but picked it up and circled left end for a 25 yard run , the longest of the game. Here McComb was hurt and forced to retire , Montz taking his place . The Freshmen fumbled again ou the next play but Liley picked up the ball and ran around the end for a 5 yard gain. Here the the Sophs were again penalized 5 yards for offside play . Kreider made a first down through center, Ritchie failed to gain , Honhart made a 7 yard gain around right end. Van Horn was thrown for a yard loss, Kreider made 1 through center. Honhart kicked to Dimelow who ran the ball back 20 yards to the Sophs 45 yard line. Wray plunged through center for 2. Partridge made 12 on a ...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
STATE CO LLEGE STUDIO SPECIAL XMAS OFFER For the month of December we will make one dozen elegant Panel Oval Photos on 5 x 9 white mounts, worth $4.00, for $1.50. It’s a bargain ! Nothing makes a more suitable Christmas gift . Samples on exhibition at Meek’s Drug Store. Photos must be paid for at the time of sitting. N IITr FI. w • w ~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 8 December 1904
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 15 December 1904
Calendar. THURSDAY , DEC. 15. 9.00 P. M. Reception to Berzelius Chemical Society at Dr. Pond’s FRIDAY , DEC. 16. Basket Ball , State vs. AltoonaA. A. at Altoona. SATURDAY , DEC. 17. 7.00 P. M. Forum , 367 Main. A full attendance is desired. SUNDAY , DEC 18. 9.30 A. M. Episcopal service in foyer of the Auditorium . 11.00 A. M. Chapel. Bishop Talbot will preach. TUESDAY , DEC. 20. 7.00 P. M. Mathematical Society Room 116 Main Building. WEDNESDAY , DEC. 21. 11.10 A. M. Christmas vacation begins._____________ Stat e=Dickin son Debate. The semi-final debate for the championship of the Inter-collegia ~ e Debating League of Penn’a, between State College and Dickinson took place last Friday evening, December 9th in Bosler Hall , Carlisle. A large attendance of students and town people showed the interest taken in the contest. Dickinson , was represented by J. Edgar Skillington_, ‘07 Willard J. Amthor, ‘07 and Arthur C. James ‘05. State’s team was cornposed of Wm. F. H. Wentzel , ‘08, Lloyd ...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 15 December 1904
upheld the affirmative. Mr. Wentzel opened the debate for State by defining the question and outlining the argument for the affirmative. He took the position that unions are contrary to good government, and showed that the great increase in their power and the consequent tendency toward Socialism are injurious to good government . Mr. Skilling on opened the negative. He stated that to win the debate , the affirmative would be required to prove that the labor unions are responsible for the evils which are attributed to them; that the harm they do overbalances the good; that the country would be better if they were done away with. His argument dwelt on the benefits to the laboring classes accomplished by trade unions , such as abolition of child-labor, etc. Mr. Smith continued the affirmative by arguing that labor unions increase the cost of production , uphold the closed shop. cause strikes and boycotts, and are based on wrong principles, constituting a monopoly which is not applicab...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 15 December 1904
PERSONAL Below-grade notices are out ! Were you remembered? The faculty have removed their conditions and been re-seated. "Pop" Golden is busy making th_,e Freshmen and Preps do "stunts. " Dr. Gill entertained the Literary Club at his home on Monday evening last. Captain Lawton will be absent from home during the holidays and part o± Janurary. There is a "bear " possibility of "Woodcock" and "Kuhn " becoming extinct in this vicinity. Miss Alma Hinkle of Philadelphia has entered College to take a special course in Philosophy and advanced German. C. R. Smith ‘06, Varsity tackle, has returned to college after a fortnight’s stay at his home on account of sickness. The Kappa Sigma fraternity will give a dance at their chapter house on Friday evening, the 16th. Kettering’s orchestra of Greensburg will furnish the music. Dr. Atherton was one of the guests at the banquet of the Pennsylvania Society in honor of Senator Knox on Thursday evening Dec. 12th . The banquet was held at the Waldorf-...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 15 December 1904
Clubs The York Club , held a meeting Friday evening, Dec. 9th , 1904, in the Engineering Building and elected officers for the year . The election resulted as follows: President, F. A. R. Hoffiditz , ‘05, vice president , C. Reigart, ‘06, secretary and treasurer , A. H. Kautz , ‘05. It was decided to hold a banquet at York on 30th of December. The prime object of this banquet is to get the prospective college students of that vicinity interested in State College. The Hon. Hiram Young and the Mayor of York will be guests. The Berks County students met last week to perfect an organization. The Harrisburg Club met on Friday evening to transact current business and arrange for a supper. The Philadelphia Club seems to be the most prosperous of all the sectional Clubs. Its meetings are held regularly and they seem to be well attended. The members are certainly discrediting the reputation oE their city for "slowness. " The Literary Club met on Monday evening last at the home of Dr. Benjami...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 15 December 1904
The ~ TECHNICAL WORLD ~ FThis Derart ment is devoted to techn ical ~ _tell subjects of interest Any que ~ taons sent to ~ the Editor of the STA ~ l _C ( . OLLEG IAN or ~ dropped in the box at 323 Main will be an-~ swere d insub sequ cnt _issue _sby experts _in the ~~ _t su b)ect about which information is desir cd.j Mechanical. The steam turbine though just coming into important consideration as a heat motor , has been one of the earliest known forms of motors. It was known as a "reaction wheel" to Hero (120 B. C.) and proposed by Eanca in 1629 intheform familiar to usas the Laval type. Thefirst forms .were simple, that is they had but one wheel from which the power was derived. Later, these were "compounded. " The Parsons is probably the best known of this form and its computed efficiency, without allowance for waste, is about 87 per cent. Actual consumption of steam is from 16 to 26 pounds per electric horse power with pressures ranging from 200 to 80 pounds. Speed is from 2000 to...