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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 January 1905
Library Notes. List of Weekly Papers on file in The Carnegie Library. (LIBRARY HOURS 7-55 A. M. —iO P. M.) The Argus (Greensburg) Bath Record Bellefonte Republican Brockwayville Record Bryn Mawr Record Center Reporter Clearfield Republican Crawford Journal Democratic Watchman Forest Republican Greencastle Press The Independent (Collegevile) Indiana Weekly Messenger Jermyn Press Keystone Weekly Gazette Landsdale Republican Lawrenceville Herald Media Ledger Myersdale Commercial Mifflinburg Telegraph Mt. Jeweti Herald Mt. Joy Herald Oil City Derrick (Semi-Weekly) Pennsylvania Hawkeye The Progress (Darby) Public Spirit (Clearfield) Punxsutawney Spirit Quakertown ‘fimes State Collegian The Times (State College) Der Volksfreund und Beobachter Wayne Independent West Grove Independent Windber Era Students may be of direct service in extendin g this list to include counties and localities not represented. Consult with the Librarian. SOME _"ECENT ADDITIONS TO THE L ~ - BRAR Y. Blair and Rober...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 January 1905
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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 January 1905
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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 January 1905
Basket Ball. The basketball squad , under the guidance of Captain Dunn , is rap idly rounding into form. The material is first c ass and , _al_5hough the mernbers of the Varsity are pretty well selected , the competition for places on the second team is very strong. M. I. Kilmer , guard on last year ’s team and heretofor e a candidate for his position , has withdrawn from the squad in order to devote more time to his studies. It is expected that Morehead , end on the _foofta _’ i tcarn , witl be ’placed in the position. He seems to be the most likely candidate. The College team p ays the Williamsport High School on Friday evening, Jan. 13th , in the Armory. The first Varsity game takes place in the Armory on Friday. Jan . 20_th . with Altoona A. A. This is the team that defeated St ate a few weeks ago an d t he contest her e ought to be a good one.
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 January 1905
STATE CO LLE GE STUDIO Stands as a synonym for all that is new, artistic and up-to date in Photography. If you watch this space during this college year we will try and demonstrate this fact to your satisfaction. Please call and examine our work. ivI rI-L r w. w _~~ [ ~ ~~ i ~~ _i ~~ i
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 12 January 1905
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
Calendar. FRIDAY , Jan. 20. 8.00 P. M. Basketball in Armory; State vs. Altoona A. A. SATURDAY , Jan._21. 1.30 P. M. Examinations begin. SUNDAY , Jan. 22. 11.00 A. M. Chapel. Dr. Gill will preach . 6._OD P. M. V. M. C. A. in room 529 Main. Topic : "The Student Code of Honor. " TUESEAY , Jan. 24. Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees at Harrisburg . A Sad Death. Word was received here on Tuesday of the death of Francis C. Johnston ‘03 in New Mexico last week where had gone on his return from the Philippine Islands in the hope of recovery from that dread disease, consumption , which he had contracted while working in Manilla. Mr. Johnston on graduation from State in 1903 secured a position with the 3. G. White Co., Electrical Contractors of New York City, and was assigned to the city of Manilla , Philippine Islands. He stayed until ill health compelled his return to this country. Mr. Johnston graduated with honors and gave promise of making his mark in the world had he been spared. H...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
CLUBS. What They are Doing The Stroudsburg Club was organized on the 10th of January with a membership of fifteen. The object of the club is to promote fellowship among students attending State from Stroudsburg and vicinity and to secure more students for the College from the northeastern part of the State. The following officers were elected : President , R. 3. Peschko ‘05 ; Vice President , P L. Voss ‘06; Secretary, V. V . Veenschoten , 07; Treasurer , G. E. Webster ‘05 ; Serg’t at Arms , R. U. Krause ‘08. Regular monthly meetings will be held. The Reading Club met at Johnsonbaugh ’s Saturday evening Jan. 14th, and enjoyed the usual jolly time. The only business transacted was the unanimous election of M. J. Rentschler to honorary membership. After a "feed" of pretzels, nuts , and ice cream , the Club adjourned to meet again at the call of the President. The regular meeting of the Debating Club held at seven thirty, Saturday evening last , in Room 367 was well attended and much in...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
Lincoln Day. Monday. Feb. 13, will be the day of celebration at State College of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Former Lieut. Governor Watres of Wilkesbarre has consented to make the principal address. The Senior class has selected W. B. Hoke as its orator on this occasion. C. H. Wailer will also deliver an oration. The exercises will take place in the Auditorium in the afternoon. Pharsonians. The Pharsonians met in the old Chapel Wednesday evening, Jan. 11th, and organized for the coming season. F. J. Saunders ‘05, was elected President , F. M. Torrence _‘05, Secretary and C H. Wailer , Treasurer. After considerable discussion it was decided to turn over the proceeds of the February minstrel show to the College Band and Orchestra funds. The date of this performance was not decided on, but it will probably take place on the second Friday in February. A proposition to give a performance in Boalsburg for the benefit of the Maccabees was thoroughly discussed and it was voted to accept t...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
A Good Move The Freshman class, getting tired of the delay of the upper classes in adopting rules to govern the under class scraps , took the the matterinto their own hands .and asked a committee from the Sophomore class to confer with a committee from their class to draw up rules to govern the coming banquet and flag scraps. The Sophomores sanctioned the move and in a meeting held last Monday evening appointed a committee for this purpose.
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
LOCAL Next week— "My kingdom for a horse. " Mr. P. 0. Ray was , confined to his room by illness a few days last week. G. W. Selby, Mining, ‘08, has left College, but will re-enter next September. 3. B. Wyckoff ‘08 returned to College last Friday after a month’s absence due to sickness. 3. A. Kleback ‘08 was called to his home at Taylor , Pa., on account of the death of his sister. Prof. F. L. Pattee will have charge of the Dartmouth courses in English during the summer. Juniors and Sophomores may obtain first semester briefs at the library on and after Thursday, Jan. 19. H. R. Gordon and Henry Morgan both ex-’09 are attending school at Wyoming Seminary, Kingston , Pa. Schedules will be on sale at the Book Room next week. Come early and avoid the rush. Price only five cents. There will be an interval between the semesters from Saturday until Monday inclusive. Here ’s hoping there’ll be no conditions to our en- ~ oyment _. —Your class pictures , athletic groups etc., are preserved and...