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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
THE SOCCER TRIP. Penn State Team Maked Good Showing on First Soccer Trip. On Tuesday morning, Dec. 19, the Penn State soccer team left for the first trip. Haverford , We sttown School , and the University e± Pennsylvania teams were played , the results being a detest at Haverford 3-2, and ties scores at Westtown and Penn 1 to 1. and 0 to 0, respectively. As this was the first time that the Blue and White was ever represented by a soccer team in the east where the sport is so popular, the outcome of the series was somewhat doubtful. Hov_,ever the result was most creditable. The treatment which our fellows received was splendid. This was especially noticeable at Haverford , where in addition to the regular guarantee, sleeping quarters were provided in the dormitories and every possible kindness shown to the visitors. The first game played was with Haverford. Penn State held the team which last year won the intercollegiate championship in soccer to a 3 to 2 victory for the home team. T...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
Stephens’ POOL ROOM __________ and ~~~~ BA RBER SI OP 123 Alien Street Recent Marriages. Mr. J. F. Mattern ‘10 was married in Wilmington , Delaware last May to Miss Jean Alice Rickabaugh of _Altonna During the Chr_!_stm3s holidays Mr. B. M. Haverstick ‘U and Miss Gertrude Metzgar were united in marriage. Mr. Haverstick is locatat Flint, Michigan , where he is connected with the Burick Automobile company of that place. Paul E. Murra y ‘05, of Chicago , Ill, was married to Mi_55 Hattie Gielow of Michigan City. _md_. Christmas day, and after Feb. 1 will b ~ at home to their friends at 7519 Eggleston Ave., Chicago. Mr. Murra y is an Engineer for Chicago City railroad. Mr. George H. Resides attended the convention of the Pennsylvania State Educational Association held at Philadelphia recently. While there he visited the va ~ ious manual training schools , and also the Harrisburg High School. Domingo Panaini , ‘09, is with the Porto Rican Irrigation Service, a branch of the Department of ...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
I do n’t tal k ; I make signs L etter i_,ig ol trunks and suit cases my _.pscioity . Po,te r . aCne and display _car ds CHAS. A. WOMER , State _Coliegs H. M. Meyers First : Class Restaurant Ice Cream and Confectionery _106 EAST COLLEGE A VENUE J_.ock llaveii Steam Laundry a BEST _‘WORK at LOWEST pRTfl1 s _~~~~ ~ ~~~~~ . ~~~~~ . ~~ H ~~ - Your Patronage Solicited HARNES S MAKER Agen t for T H E SOLITE SUI TCASE ~~ UD _ENT AGENTS Can be inept _d en s Ci’ _wo_,_ki _,, ~ _cub on _u s a nd w _ote r _. A. L. Sherman ‘14 H. Vvi_’. Stiner ‘13 You _con stand on it w hen nin ety. The beat LOW i ~ l_(lCE ,_oiico_, e n,ode _I Soles sewed or stitched J. B. MINGLE , Shoemaker by Champion stitcher. W. C. KLINE Allen Street South Alien street
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
E. E. 11—24 _Fl. Ht. Eng. 8—202 En. 1-It. Eng. 13—208 , 212 Eli. Hort. 5—207 Ag. Math. 10. Met. 3—119 M _m . Met. 8—119 _Mm . Met. 13—119 _Mm . _m d . Art 12—266 Ma. Mil, Sci. 1. Thursday, Jan. 25, 8:80 a. _oh An. Husb. 6— 103 Ag. Bact. 3—D. Bact. 6 and 8—D. Bot. 1. Dr. 25—207 En. Dr. 80—306 En, E. E. 1—21 B, 24 El. Ht. Eng. 1—208 , 211 A, 211 B En. Hyd. 1—201, 202 En. Phil. 4—Library K. Phys. 103—7 P. Ger. 54—340—0 Ma. Ger. 55—9, 10, _11, 12 C. A. Thursday , Jan. 25, 1:30 p. m. An. Husb. 12— 206 Ag. E. E. 3—24 El. Hyd. 5—201, 212 En. Hyd. 11—201 En. Math. 8—12 C. A. Math. 9—-Am. Phys. 102. R. M. E. 1—202 En. Forest. 15—F. _Ind. Eng. 1—2 _11 B. En. Math. 107— 12 C. A. - _l_1hys. 104—7 P. Friday, Jan. 26, 8:30 a. _rn . D. H. 4—D. E. E. 8—24 El., 201, 212, En Eng. Lit. 3—114 Ma. Hort. 2—103, 206, 211 Ag. Phys, 106—7 P. R. R. 1—211 B, 202 En. Rhet. 1. Forest. 8—F. _md_. Eng. 5—109 B. En. Chem. 371—10 C. A. Chem. 429—9 C. A. Friday , Jan. 26, 1 :30 p. m. Ag. Chem. 13—211 Ag. Eng. Lit. 1...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
_‘1T ~ e Royal Mutual Union of Des Moines , Iowa Has never lost a dollar either in principal or interest. Its policies are protected by a deposit with the state. They have made the best settlements ever made by any insurance company. They have the lowest participating premiums. They earn more money on their invested funds than any other company doing business in Pennsylvania. JAMES I. THOMPSON General A gent Lemont Pa
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
The : Penns ylvania : State : College EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D., L.L. D., PRESIDENT Established and maintained by the j oint action çf the United States Government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineer _ing, Liberal Arts , Mining, and Naturai Science , offering thirty-five courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics , Industrial Art and Physical Eciucation—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February ; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue , bulletins , announcements , etc., address THE REGISTRAR , State College , Pennsylvania
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
Sinilh & Son Deaiers i n General : Hardware Builders’ Material Oils , paints, glass, cement _ati d stoves Roofing and spouting Housefurnishing Goods . Etc. be _‘tRtttan _‘li nti State _College UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES P AIKENS THE HOME OF TH E PENN STATE FOOTBALL TEAM THEIR FRIENDS WILL ALWAYS RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION ~ ~
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
Baseball Schedule near ly Completed. Manager J. H. Devor has just about completed the baseball schedule for 1912. There are still two dates which are not filled , although several offers are open for each of these. The whole schedule will be announced within two weeks at the latest. Stop _I Look ! Listen _I The good that men do lives after them, while the debts that men incur die after they are paid. Subscriptions and association dues can be paid at 273 Main every day except, Sunday, between the hours 9a. m. to 12 a, m. and 2 p. m. to 5p. m. Stag Dance. The firs t stag dance of the year will take place to-morrow , Friday, evening in McAllister Hail. All stags who wish to spend an evening of enjo _~ ’ment sh_-,uld go.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
J. P. HAGMAN James M. Williams DVElNih _AND OIlY CLEANINII Goods sent on Thursdays of each wee Strictly : Firatelass Tailoring Hi gh Grade Gents Furnishings 127 S. Allen Street General Tinning, Roofing Spouting and Furnace _Worh Shop South Frazier _street . C . PEARCE _£1_. _L . _Shefflor _’s Restaurant 119 South Burrowes Street Dry Goods , Notions , Shoes, Groce-F. D_, WEAVER ~ _UPeTO_0DATE LIVERY ries and Queensware Opposite Hatch Pies Sandwiches Soups f Op po ,u te tl,n _Pa_, t, m n Bolt , Phone , Hotel Block W. College Ave
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
The First National Bank _aELL EF ONTE _opuio i _$_iO _(_f _,_00_f Su uepis , _$125_,_800 Ch ,u r l e,M n C n r _ul y J_0_. K _i_3_arn _hu net P _,o _,_uul_,_uut _Ca,tu _,cr BUSH HOUSE E _. L GRA HA _M & C_0_MI ’ANY I. C. HOLMES STAPLE and FANCV _GROCEIIIES. FRUITS Best Quality Best Service Your patronogn solicited ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE _lSELI_4 _~ _itu O _NTK _PENNA _lIst,’ _icr day _BIP ~ _Vu_1_lu fu _st _lu _d ~ _putr _dl_.y —ti. L,. _1)AGGE’I’T— Dry Goods Groceries Sporting Goods East College avenue Phones