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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
The Qilality Shop Arm _rfiobl _ishun cnu _n_, _Iuiu h it munu ad lot run tine _qsulu uy ol Ieurt-rf,,o,s ptunuung _‘.‘ Eu cry order re cite, flue pe _rsona ~ a _ecsui o s nt tin , r r ua u _u u _gtr _Irau _in _,_tu ~~flg p _ok es _,_auu , _l, _urtunn _Th e Ni _ll a II y Pr _int ing _and _PII ’ _oh _isfhin g _ColII paiIy ~ State _College
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
MEN AND RELIGION FORW MID MOVEMENT Prominent Laymen Are Coming to Assist in _. Movement—This Campaigu Attracting World Wide Atteation_. A Nation wide campaign has been started in New York and is backed by _97 of the world’s fore _~ 1ost financiers , headed by _._T. P. Morgan. Large employers of labor are interested in the movement. Financed by business men of iiational prominence whose combined wealth runs into the thousands of millions and who will conduct it as they would a private business affair , a new religious crusade is spreading through the United States and Canada. So far reaching and important will it be that its sponsers declare nothing like it is recorded in the prcvkus history of the human race since the Reformation , and its promoters proclaim it will surpass in its effect the crusades of history. The force to carry on this Campaign is divided into teams and each team is to the movement what a faculty is to a college. The teams are made up of experts. They are evangel...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
NATIONAL ATJILETIC CONFERENCE A Change in Football Rules Suggested. The Abolition of Professionalism Recommended. Director Golden and Gra u ~ te _Mi _ii_. ager Smith Repre ~ en el Peon State at Meeting. The National Collegiate Athletic Association compo ed of practically _tll the colleges in the East, South and middle West met during the holidays in New York City to consider all matters perta ining to collegiate athletic life. "Pop" Golden and Ray Smith were State’s representatives at the meeting, The important matters taken up were the proposed chsnges in the football rules , the promotion of soccer football and the question of professionalism. The concensus of opinion among the one h_,indred and fifty delegates was that the present football rules are a very great improvement over the old _cules . The suggested changes are the reducing of the ten yard gain for first down to a seven yard gain; the reducing of the restrictions on the on-side kick to place a premium cn the ac curacy o...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
CALENDAR. FRIDAY , J _AN. 12 7_:00 p. m. Old Chapel , Liberal Arts Society. 7:00 p. m. Deutscher Verein. Election of officers. 7:30 p. m. Armory. Varsity Basketball. Pittsburg h Collegians vs. Penn State. 7:30 p. m. Cosmopolitan Club. 226 Main Bilding. 8:15 p. m. St.tg Dance. McAllister Hall. _SATURDAY , JAN. 13 8:00 p. m. Auditorium. The Hon. Giffoid Pinchot. Illustra ted le-ture on "Alaska." 8:00 p. m. McAllister Hall. Senior Cotillion. SUNDAY , _JAN. 14 10:00 a. m. Old Chapel. Freshman Chapel services followed by Bible Class. 11:00 a. m. Auditorium. Chapel Service by The Rev. Benjamin S. Sandcrson , All Hallows’ Church , Wyncote, Pa. 6:30 p. m. Auditorium. Y. M. C. A. meeting. _1_IIONDA Y, JAN. _15 7:00 p. m. Old Chapel. Debating Trials. _TURSI)AY , TAN. _ill 6:30 p. m. Old Chapel. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p. m. Armory, 1912 vs. 1915 in class basketball. Engineering Notes. After mature deliberation it has been decided to replace the _preseOt form of field book used by surveying parti...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
Penn State ~~ l1egian ru _bii_.hed on _Thur_. d_._y of _~ _aci_, neck durIn g the _college rear by the _st _u dent s _ot _inc _Pe_, _~ ngy _lvan _~ a Sta te College in the _lnt _,_r e_.t of the _5tu den t _. , Foe sity, Alumni sod F _riesd_. of the college. Entered at the _?_s_,toff _ice , _5_ta te _CoI_1_e ~ e. Pa . a, t re nd cla ss matter SUBSCRIPT ION. _01.50 per yene or $1.25 ,f pa id wIthin 30 day, a _lt o, late of _sub _sceipt ,on. _’ THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1912 Aaother The launching of a soccer Athletic team from this college in-Venture to the realm of sports seems to be meeting with popular favor among students and alumni. In order for any athletic team to prove successful when making its initial appearance, it is almost necessary that two qualifications be fulfilled—firstly, that it make a creditable showing against teams of recognized strength , and secondly, that it hold up its own end financially. On its first trip, the team that went out from this college easily held its o...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
m ~~~~ FIi ~~ H~~ t _~~ _tri cI _~ tr-c1 iiriclry-The _Sti_.._iderit ’ ~~ Lati i-idry çJWe make an _hon eSt efiort to give you the best to be had in our line is modern in all departments. çWe cater to those who desire high grade work at hon_. eSt prices. ~ J You will appreciate the snappy appeara nce of our work. H. E. Shore ‘13 ) E. T. Asplundh ‘12 3. L. McCreary ‘12 _~ ‘ STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS _‘ B. M. Herman ‘12 L. A. Davis ‘12 _1 _I _‘_1_’ . W. Harris ‘13
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
POTASH in _asaii_,_ibie _1 _cm, _Siip_1 Ie_,,ient lie niaiiure aid pho sp _h ate with ~ o to 100 pounds _o_1 _ltl_,iri Lie of l’ ._i _~ li , or 100 to 400 pounds _oi _Kai _iiit , per _Lore , lid you will r _isc lug corn _uud him clover aller tic gr. ii aid at tic _sam e time _ii,ipruv e tIme fert ility of the 5oil. Try lot_:_usis salts al oe oil t ic swam p land past ure and note the ciuvor id gal ~ i as.es crowd out the wild hay. Write us for prices of _l_’_uutasii , one bag up. GEIIMAN KALI WORKS, _Inc_. _Oontmn_,ntol _BuiBm n ~ , _Bsj t _inn _rt Mo _,_a dn o,k _Sisok , _Cidseg n Whitney c.ntrai Bank _9_,_iidine . _ii_. ~ Ori ,_o _n_. _‘ ‘‘Buffalo " Smoking Tobacco 7 For Pipe or Cigarette GEORGE B. JACKSON ALLEN ST.. STATE COLLEGE .PA CHAS. A. WOMER H. A. EVEY Tonsorial Artist ~‘ ..__Lm_? 1 ~~~~ Iy Yotr pa t _,_00 ng ,, enlIsted _Pi r _eicla., woch gu ar- CAB WORK A SPECIALTY u nt _. UNDER _94OTEL Both ‘Phones I-_’_. S. E. KIMPORT SANITARY PLUMBIN G , STEAM , Headquarters for HOT ...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
_e _1 II _i_5 _IIiff _i ~ • t_,p _liii More Feed Per Acre l’lte cat uf pr _icluci g met or milk would tie _noel less if it _reilt_,_lr , ,_i loss _,_icrt ~ _I , pr d _et_. tie _ho d. litti t _I_, q_,,_a_,_th _’y _I _quaf _ly of tie _1., _1 _ielpr.’v_.. when ti c righ t l i l t fo ils ._ir ~ _aol to _Sii _fi_1_)I’li _)_i _iit t _Ic _m_;_n ur _e nil clover. ‘iliry _sii_1 ~ rove _c ough _ii yield a handsome f r ofit o,, U ic expeiiilii ure. ‘lie righ t pl.st _muoo_._l _ii ~ _lucIv_, oiiougli
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
A. H. 10—206 , 207 Ag. Monday, _Jan. 22, 8:30 a. m A. H. 1—109, 206 Ag. D. H. 2—259 D. Dom. Sci. 5—W. Dom. _Sd. 6—W. Fr. 3 (Soph. and Fresh.) Ger. 3 (Soph. and Fresh.) Ger. 52—340 Ma. Ht,. Eng. 7—211 A, 211 B. _HI. Eng. 12—201, 208 En. Mining 10—Mm . _Str. 13—202 , 212 En. Zool. 10—1 14 Ma. D. H. 8—251 D. L. G. 2—207 Ag. _• Monday, Jan. 22, 1:30 p. m Ag. Chem. 5—211 Ag. Agro. 1—103, 206, 207 Ag. Forest. 4—F. Fr. 1—Am. Fr. 5—Am. L. G. 5—207 Ag. Sp. 3—Am. Phil. 2—384 Ma. Ht. Eng. ~ 18—109 A En. _md_. Art 4—266 Ma. Ed. 1—114 Ma. Ed. 3—114 Ma. Tuesday, Jan. 23, 8:30 a. _in Agro. 7—207, 211 Ag. U. H. 1—259 D, 103, 206 Ag Hort. 6—10, 12 C. A. _I at. 5—Library W. Sur. 15—Am. Zool. 13—206 Ma. _md_. Art 17— 266 Ma. _md_. Art. 20—266 Ma. _md_. Art 21—266 Ma. Ag. Chem. 17—1 C. A. Ag. Chem. 18—i C. A. Tuesday, Jan. 23, 1:30 p. In. An. Husb. 7—211 Ag. Chem. 229—Am. E. E. 5—24 El. Lat. 3—Library W. M. Des. 18—201, 212 En. Met. 1—119 M _m . Mining 12—Mm . Str. 3—202, 211 B. En. Bact. 2 (Sr. For. o...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
No. _I No _I _No. _I No. _I _5. _1 4. Jp _._oc p.m I 9.18 10 15 1 ° _~~~ I 7.50 _2 221 _512 2.10 _6 _12 _Dcc. _26. 1910 Lv NEW YORK Ar ,. _Lv PHILAD ELPHIA Ar _Lv. _HARRISBUI_1_O Ar. Lv PITTSISURO Ar. _Lv ALTOONA Ar Lv TYRONE Ar . Lv \VILL TAMSPORT Ar Lv LOCK H.IVEN Ar Lv _IIE _LLEP ONT _ES Ar COLEVILLE . atoNErs STEVENS HUNTERS PARK _FILW cIOICE _BRIAR LY WADD LES Ar KRUMRINE Lv . STATE COLLEGE STRUBLE S BLOO M SDOR F • PINE DROVE MILLS _Se _ndoy. _VII _I_, _Pc_,,soylvaslo _K. K. _I OO ~ 42 _3 _1 • 8 _1_)_0 7 _18 1142 p 1 2 _2_) _11 10 I_, _III _11 _10 tI 00 _2 07 2 _31 _221 20 2 35 _2 _10 _1 20 9 00 1125 _] _3 40 3.00 7 15 8 15 _I _1_C 815 1015 _li oo 2 10 25 2.11 _1 _I i• _. _:_10 0. 35 6 _:_18 843 6 4 50 7 00 7 _12 _7 _55 1020 . .21 .31 . 8.31 8.31 10 3_._1 10. _1 1 11.25 . .18 8.28 12.18 8.24 . . 807 _tli _Se o.m 745 _741 t7. Lv Eastern Tim . 11.10 907 _tS 00 _~ 1j _S_0 n.m 746 74 t 7. _35 7. 3 1 7.35 _irCcOpt _tDo,_lv, C, ,_no_,._rI _I ~ _~ ~~ _o_,_o I .10 .30 210 _851_) _12 5...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
Editor in Chief W. S. _ICRIEI_3EL, JR., ‘12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 It. M. EVANS , ‘13 M . L KRIMMEL , ‘13 J. D. I-IOGARTH , 14 _Ji_’ ~ C. DOSE, 14 Business Manager S. A. _JANE S , ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKL IN , ‘12 THEO. _I_._IONCHNER, ‘12 M. M. GRUBBS , ‘13 B. R. HENDERSON , ‘13