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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
Alumni Notes R. R. Baillie ‘03, who is with the General Electric Company, has been called to his .home temporarily by the illness of his father. Kunkle, a prominent member of the University of Pennnsylvania basketball squad , was formerl y a student at this institution. He entered with 1904. Harry L. Jones , ‘02, is assistant manager of the Rockland Light and Power Company at Niagara, N. Y. This company is using a Parsons Steam Turbine with success. It is reported that Ed Saums, of last year ’s graduating class, has left his position with the American Bridge Company and is now with the Susquehanna Coal Company at Wilkes-Barre. The last annual report of the chief signal officers of the U. S. Army refer in a very complimentary manner to the work of P. A. Klock , ‘96, who is the Electrical Engineer of the U. S. Signal Corps. Enrollment at the Big Colleges. The following table shows the enrollment to date at our leading universities : Harvard , 6,013 ; Columbia , 4, 557 ; Chicago, 4, 14...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
The ~ TECHNICAL WOR LD ~ [This Department is devoted to technical ~~ ~ subjects of interest. Any quest ions sent to ~ the Editor of the STATE COLLEGIA N or ~~ dropped in the box at 323 Main will be an-~~ swere d in subsequent issues by experts in the ~~ ~~ subject about which information is desired. ] ~~ 3. W. Griffin of Lima, 0., was killed in a bath room by electricity. He stood on a register and accidently touched an electric light chandelier with his hands. Wm. G. Summons of Kenosha , Wis., who owns a steel tower on the summit of Pike’s Peak , has granted permission to the American _Dc Forest Wireless Telegraph Company to use it as an experimental station. Photographs are now easily transmitted over telegraph and telephone lines in the following way : A ray of light, passing systematically over a film which contains a photograph , falls upon a selenium cell. The electric resistance of this cell varies with the amount of light that penetrates parts of the film , and these varatio...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
V. M. C. A Notes The Annual State Convention will be held at Johnstown , February, 16-19. A partial list of speakers includes the I-Ion. H. B. F. MacFarland of Washington D. C., the Rev. A. T. Pierson D .D. of Brooklyn and Mr. C. S. Cooper , Bible Study Secretary, among many others. A special railroad rate of two cents a mile will be secured and entertainment will be provided all credited delegates. For other information see the General Secretary. The last Sunday evening meeting was given up to a presentation of facts concerning the New Japan. The following topics were presented by members of the Association , " Japan the Country ; " " Japan and Russia ; " " The Students of Japan ; " " Association Work in Japan. " Some important facts brought out with regard to the students of Japan were that the native Japanese religions , Shintoism and Buddhism , have lost all hold upon the educated classes , the vast majority of the students being agnostics. Exchanges. The Case Tech is a welcome ...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
E. E. Society At a meeting of the Electrical Engineering Society last Wednesday evening, the following officers were elected to serve during the the present term : Krone ‘05 president ; Minick ‘05, vice president ; Foltz ‘06, secretary ; Seguine ‘05, treasurer , and Goodman ‘05, marshal , Yarnall ‘05 read a paper on "A Third Rail System." Mechanical Engineeri ng Society. At the meeting of the Mechanical Engineering society, Friday evening, Jan. 13th , the society voted to adopt the constitution submitted by the executive committee. No other matters were taken up at this meeting, but at the next meeting of the society to be held Friday evening, Feb. 3rd , it is expected that a paper upon some technical subject will be read and discussed.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
COLLEGE ORBIT Sheffield Scientific School of Yale, is t o ha v e a new Metallurgical Laboratory. The University of Cincinnati was recently presented with a gift of $5,000, and a library. Ralph C. Roberts of Keokuk , Ia., captain of University of Illinois baseball team , was recently killed in a railroad wreck. Daniel K. Flanders , because of failure to pass Yale exams last fall committed suicide last January 10 while a student at Colby University, Me. Williams College recently suffered a $30,000 to $35,000 loss by the burning of Morgan Hall. the largest dormitory of the college. It is expected that the dormitory will soon be rebuilt. For the first time in the history of track athletics at Purdue University, candidates will train during the winter , out of doors. For this purpose a ten-lap oval is being con- structed on the athletic field. Harvard’s enrollment shows a decrease of 205 students from last year ’s enrollment ; Princeton ’s a decrease of 24. Cornell’s attendance , on the ...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
Thursday, Jan. 19, 1905 EDITORIAL The occurrence of last week, as a result of which a student of this institution was compelled to leave town for petty thieving, should serve as a warning to those who have similar propensities. There are entirely too many books being taken from the shelves in the various buildings and not returned. It doubtless may strike some fellows as a cheap way to stock up in text books , to pilfer them from the shelves, but the miscreant who is caught at this business will very quickly change his views as to the character of such a venture. ‘ The next one detected won’t get off so easily. The decision of the Glee Club to wake up and take an interest in life , is a very welcome one. Such an organization is indispensable in an institution of the size of State and there is no good reason why it has been permitted to drag along in such a half-hearted manner. Miss Atherton is not to be blamed. She has done everything possible to help it along. The trouble is that s...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the _r ollege year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. EDITORS, ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘05, Chief , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05, T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06, W. J. DrJ MM , ‘06, ED. FAWKES , ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 _F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. W. G. HECKATHORNE , ‘06. CIRCULATION MANAGER. P. A. RAINEY , ‘07 AsSISTANTS. H. P. DAWSON. ‘07 W. N. LE PAGE , ‘03. SUBSCRIPTION . $1.50 per year or $1.25 if paid within 30 days after date of subscription. Entered at the Post Office , State College , Pa, as second class matter,
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
Natural History Club The Natural History Club held its regular meeting on Wednesday evening, January 11, in Room 206 Main . F. K. Satterthwait, formerl y Entomologist at the Philadelphia Academy of Sciences , and at present engaged in arranging the collection of insects at The Pennsylvania State College was a visitor. Prof Buckhout gave a very interesting talk on "The Age of the World ," bringing out some novel and original ideas on the subject. ___________ Technical. "Bill can’t go calling to-night, " " What ’s the matter?" "Says he’s lost his sparking plug. "
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
A Christmas Gift to the Car negie Library. The following, which explains itself , deserves publication in The COLLEGIAN because of its value per se, its antique flavor , and its chaste dignified prose. "To all to Whom these presents may come, " Greeting, Know ye that it hath been on sundry occasions , my fortune to be allowed the use of the Library hammer , and that I have, as a result , observed that the said hammer is a highly respectable but none the less decrepit old tool , and Know ye, that I, being a respecter of age, was moven to take pity on the said hammer and to suggest that it be given a pension, and be laid to rest in some suitable spot. In pursuance of this object , it devolves upon me to provide a substitute for the disabled veteran and _1 do so herewith. Now , therefore, I, John H. Frizzell, being in my right mind and of good health , do hereby give and bequeath to the Carnegie Library, this hammer , to have and to hold , till it, too , be retired , or its heirs and a...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
Base Ball In response to a call for candidates for the baseball team , about sixty men congregated in the Armory on Saturday afternoon Jan. 14 and after a little systematizing, the first practice of the season was indulged in. Of last year ’s team , eight men were in evidence : _Mcllveen, Morehead , _Kilmer , Haverstick , Forkum, Newton , Mason , and Ray . Among the wealth of new material quite a a number showed up prominently and there should be no difficulty in choosing a strong combination. It is expected that a professional coach will be on hand in a few weeks to take charge of the work. The schedule for the coming season is not yet complete, but the following is a list of the games arranged to date. It is subject to change as the Faculty committee has not as yet given its approval. March 31, Mt. St. Mary ’s at Emmittsburg, Md. April 1, Annapolis at Annapolis , Md. April 3. University of Va. at Charlottesville, Va. April 4, Geo. Washington Univ . at Washington , D. C. April 5, G...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 19 January 1905
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