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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
SPAtOINO & BROS m ~ e are the _ILargest Manufacturers i n Spalding the World of Trade-Mark OFFICIAL EQUIPMENT FOR ALL ATHLETIC SPORTS AND PASTIMES _is known _________ throughou t the nthre ~ tc d wo ild as a IF YCIJ ~ nAth ~~ _tic Gu arantee ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ of th ~ complete _encl_,cloped ia of 1+ of WHAT ’S NEW _IN 0 ua _I Y SPORT a ~ d ~ sent frc ~ on reque st _~~~~ . ~~~ . S . Kc_, _1 S NEW YORK 12 —12 N au St et 29.3 4 ’ _i _S_$ _.... _~~~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~~~ _~ ~
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 28 September 1911
The Qj ~ a1ity Shop An _e ~ _abIi ~ hmcnt wh ~ h _ii noted _for _ii ~ fln ~ qu ~ Iity of IeItez pre ~ printing Every or der retcaves the pers _nat ~ t _~ nt _ion of the m ~nag ~ r thus nsu r ~ ng perfect _sau _~ I ~ _flion The Nillany Print ing and Publish ing Company ~ State Coil ~ge
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 5 October 1911
GENEVA CRUSHED Penn State Football Team Wins Opening Game by Score of 57-0. Varsity Displays Fast Form on New Beaver Field. With New Beaver Field in a slightl y muddy condition Saturday afternoon Penn State bega n her football season of 1911 with Geneva College. On the _openirg _’ play Geneva kicked off to Barrett and the ball was returned to the twentyfive yard line. Flflmann made seven yards around right end, but Geneva secured the ball on an attempted onside kick by State on _our fifty yard line. Engle intercepted Geneva ’s first forward pass at the center of the field. From here end runs by Berryman and Barrett gain. ed forty-five yards, and Barrett crossed the line with our first score. just seve miiutes after the bsll was put in play. On the punt out_,after the touchdown , Hermann failed to heel the ball. When Geneva kicked oft again , Captain Very ran the ball back twenty-five yards. Barrett and Berry man sprinted around the e_’ ~ ds for twenty yards, where we lost the ball b...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 5 October 1911
_~~ .. ~~ _‘ _~ ( _~~ e’r _s ’ ~~ o’c _~ ao’r _~ .a\ _?a’c _~ to’v _task Co_)_,\_cqc _1_’_._et_. _I _I ~ ir Cu ~ tlng a Speci alty Moles and Warts Re rnovec t Stephens’ POOL ROOM mind _I _BAIfl_3 ER SHOP Di. T. C. Brown who comes as assistant prolessor of Geology _and Mineralo gy, a graduate of Amhenst , and The Columbia School of Mines , takes the _wom k f on merly given by Professor G. E. Anderson , who is now loca _ccl at the New Mexico School of Mine- . Mr. I-I. B. Northrup comes as _an additional assistant in the d epartment of Metallurg ical Engineering Mr. Northrup is a graduate of The Ohio State University, and has spent two years in the Lake Scperior lion ore Distm j _et. Changes fin (lie FacilIty of the School of Liberal Arts. _Resmgned:—Edwin A. _Cottrell , to pursue post graduate womk in History an d Politi qal Science. Charles _13 McCarthy, to teach in a high School Leave of absence:—Mer-vjn 3. Ctmrl , gradimste student in Emmg lish in Harv ar _I University. Mios Lucmet...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 5 October 1911
THURSDAY OCT. 5 1911 Alumni One of the most gratif y-Inte rest ing points that we note in connection with the early subscriptions of the year is the large number of alumni members. In taking an active interest in his college paper, the alumnus is doing his part in trying to keep in touch with - undergraduate affairs , and this continued interest means a stronger and more united college For, after all , the alumni are of supreme importance in spreading the fame of the institution and proving ithe practical results of the training they have received. It is our intention to print as_,often as available , the news of alumni meetings and banquets , and t hus ‘ try to bring into closer contact the "_old _~ grads" ~~~ undergrads", bo t h of whom are united in their efforts for the making of a broader , greater, college. A Cor- In the statistics of freshrection man enrollment printed in the first issue, the number of new men in the Engineering school was incorrectly named _’ as 104. The sta...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 5 October 1911
Penn State ~~ 11egian _s ubiisbed on Thor sd.y of each _neem, do ~~ n ~ the online year by the students of _‘_ion Penn _oyivaoto Stat _o _CoiIe ~ e in the interest of the Stud ents. Fan _sit,. Alumni and FrIends of the college. Entered at the _Postoffice _, State College . Pa as • eeaad _em s, matter Editor in Chief W. S. KRIEBEL , JR., ‘12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE , ‘12 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 R. M. EVANS , ‘13 M. ~~ . KR IM ME L , ‘13 .1. D. HOGART H . 14 F. C. DOSE . 14 Business Manager E. A. JAMES , ‘_12 Assistant _u H. S. COCKL1N , ‘12 _- _THR O. _LENCHN _EII , ‘12 SU_1_I_5cR_1_PTIO N. i. SOpor renT or $1.25 ,f ps ~ d _w_,th ln 30 days _aft ~ , _ant. at _,_ubsneip ttoo.
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 5 October 1911
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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 5 October 1911
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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 5 October 1911
Rules for Pushball Scrap. Artirle 1. This scrap shall be substituted for the picture scrap between the sophomore and freshmen classes, and shall be a megularly scheduled contest. - Article 2. The scrap shall be held on the second Saturday afternoon followimng the opening of the college year. Article 3 Sec. 1. The scrap shall be held on some suitable fiel d which shall be so chosen - nd so laid off as to give neither side the advantage. Sec. 2. In laying out the field a center line shall be drawn across its entire width , with parallel lines every five yards to each goal line. Sec. 3. The judges shall choose the field and fix the boundries making them as extensive as practicable They shall also superintend the laying out of the field. Article 4. Sec. 1. At the start of the scrap the ball shall be conveni ently located omi the center line of the field. Sec. 2. A picked tf am of five men from each class shall group themselves about the bail. Sec. 3. The classes shall arrange themselv e...