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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
Annual Midwintei CLEARANCE SALE These prices for a quick disposal of every suit raincoat and overcoat , in this store irrespective of color , , weight or style. 10.00 15.00 18.00 20.00 22.50 30.00 35.00 reduced to 7.85 11.25 13.50 14.75 16.00 22.50 26.00 garments _‘_I C’ C’ _Cu C ’ No goods can be charged at these prices. Alterations fre e SIM THE CLOTHIER CORRE CT DRESS FOR MEN _BELL EFONTE
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
~ 4 11i ~~ t ~~r- 1HI _~ 11 ~~ t ~~ tei _c ~ c !lege Dh- ~ rig F ~ oc _ii _i _Und er New Ma ~ agemc ~ t Students ’ regular board a week $3.00 Students ’ single meals 35o Transient 50c _Gnn_._t _~~ vi_12gJ _115 1 _VO_._1_’ ~~ I’ _I_2_ibe ._S n ~ 1_)_d CL’ _n ~sz ~~ _n ~ All new equipment A. L. BASCOMB & BROTHERS , Proprietors
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
fl ~~ IL_;_. PIIJJ _t ~ _t_. ~ The are the Largest Manufactureis i n Spalding the World of Trade-Mark OFF ICIA L E Q _II P M E N _I FOE ALL _ATh LETIC SPORTS AND PASTIMES is known __________ throughout the ~~~~~ ore _,_ntcrcatcd world as a IUU in _/_uth _itute Guarantee ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ of _thi n con _,_p _ktr _u _,nc iy clouedua of of _Oj ~ ality _, ~ flt ,.~~ . ssi N EW YORK 12_C_._12 No_,,_o,, St _rcci _’ _2_q_._ti tt’ ,_’ _,_t 4 ’_,_i _dtc _ect ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ st ~~~~ ~ ~
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 11 January 1912
‘[lie Qgality Shop As _eCabiiuiu men t _._tuhi_} _u _snt ~ d lot _ii fine _qooh iy oh lt _ifcr pr eo prin ting . ~ E ~ ery side’ rcu eu _ven ihn p et, r _ri a l _ae _r a t ion sf ihe mana ger _tb_,, _umOr_’ flg perf ect ,oihiadf ion T _h e Ni tta ny Pr inting _ant _i Pub lishing Company Cull _~ _gc State
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
COLLEGIANS DOWNED Penn State Had Little Trouble Defeating Pittsburgh Collegians by the Score of 37 to _17 Many New Men Seen in Lineup. Our varsity basketball team composed largely of new men won easily from the Pittsburgh Collegians last Friday night on the Armory floor. When the State team appeared it was seen that many new iren were in the lineup, and the large audience became desirous of seeing them in action. The services of Ca ptalon Shore and ex- captam Bl ythe, who did not appear in uniform , wrre not needed in order to take the victory. During the first half , the game was evenly contested , Penn State scoring first when Craig caged the ball after receiving a clean pass from Hartz. The State team then kept the lead the n mainder of the game although it was hard pressed at times by the visitors. The home team had a five point lead at the end of the first half. All the men played hard and fast and to no one player can the credit of victory be given. Captain Campbell of the Col...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
THE MOVEMENT _- - GA1J S GROUND Committee of Students , Faculiy and Townspeople To Push Local Men and Religion Forward Movement. January 30 to Feb. 4 an Opportune Time for This Event. What is the Men and Religion Forwaid _Movcment ? It is the genuine, ruascitlire power of North American _ChrisI ~ anity at work ~ o ~ o_1ve the pressing problems of pertonal and social reck _mption. It is _rcient ifically at work to bring men f nce to face ~~ th fpcts. Its aim is to release cold stor2ge ‘ _rel gion and get men on the job of social reconstiuction . It is vital’y interested in the large industrial problems, in the problem of the growing boy, the unprivileged _, rhe poverty-stricken, and the vast economic _questions. A new word , "Social Service," has sprung into usage. It is the hand outstretched to the helpless, that does not say "poor thing," but smiles and says, "Let us talk it over, and find out what can be done." It doe ~ not mean simply talking nicely, but doing sbmething: I. In t ...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
UI. That the Bible is not worn out—that as ever, as today there lies in its pages, challenges for study which the modern man risks at the expense of his intellectual and spiritual substance—is another quiet thought that the Men and Religion Movement saws deep. The Men and Religion Movement is being used in a manner surpassing the expectations of its mast ardent friends in producing an atmosphere that demands the reconstruction of the whole theme of the logic and power of Jesus Christ. In clubs, hotels, r _~ rilway trains, commercial centers, labor _unions, lodges, fraternities , schools, colleges, universities, as well as in churches, brotherhoods, Sunday Schools, and Y. M. C. A’s, the subject of religion is the natural theme of discussion. A traveling man who recently returned from a long trip through the states remarked that he had heard it in many places throughout his travels, but as a Christian man he had found it easier than in previous times to talk to men of all types on thi...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
6:30 p. _in. Auditorium. Y_. M C. A. meeting. SATURDA Y, _IAN_. 27 Two Matinee and three evening performances at the _"Pastime" for the benefit of Track House. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31 7:30 p. m. Arm ry, 1914 vs 1915 in class basketball. Opening Exercises for Second Semester. Classes for the second semester will be resumed on Monday, January 29, at 11:20 a. m.. Previous to this at 10 o’clock, opening exercises will be held in the Auditorium. A program has been arranged tha t will include a number of addresses in addition to several selections by the college musical clubs. It is earnestl y desired that all the students attend in order to make this custom worth while. Seniors Defeat Freshmen.. In a game of basketball in which the seniors showed excellent form , they defeated the freshmen ~ y the score of 29 to 19 last fuesday night. TRACK HOUSE BENEFIT. The Proceels of Five Performances to be Given Towards Iniprovrnent ~ in Track House. Through the courtesy of "Mother" Dunn, ‘08 and "Babe" ...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
230 Pugh St., or E. E. Tanguy S. A. E. House -CALENDAR- ~ ~~~~~~— _- _FRIDAY, JAN. 19 7:30 p. _in. Armory. Varsity Basketball. Mount Alto vs. Penn State. _- SATURDAY , JAN. 20 7.00 p. in. Washington County _Cl ub meeting. Room 119 A, Engineering Building. 8:00 p. m. Auditorium. Free Illustrated Lecture, "The Coast _‘ ~ Republics—Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia ," by Mr. Wilfred H. Schoff. SUNDAY, JAN . 21 10:00 a. m. Old Chapel. Freshman Chapel services followed by Bible Class. 11:00 a. m. Auditorium. Chapel Service by The Rev. Walter M. Walker, D. D. Immanuel Baptist Church, Scranton,
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
Penn State 11egian , ‘ub lt,hed on Th,unch ay aT _rocI ~ _o _uch _‘_hun ,,,. _II_,, college year by the students oh I _it _Penna yhi onto Slatu College In the Iolo,_e,t _af the _Stodn_,,t,. Foe _u _lty . Alumni and Fe ~ eod_. oh the _,_ollegn. Entered at the Pas _toR ,,,,. Stole Col _Ic ,’, . _I_’_a , _a, uc r ond _cia,, matter _SUI_3_SCRIPTION _51. _lO per yen, or _$1 _2511 _poid w _,_I hho _40 ‘icy, _nIle_, Late of sub_,,r,nt _lon . THURSDAY, JAN . 18. 1912 The Men and Throughout the en-Religion tire country, in Movement cities and rural districts, in churches, schools, _cllleges, V. M. C. A.s factories and in all accessible places where men srI congregatcd , the Men and R eligion Movement is reaching out to everyone in an effort to unrs vel the pressing problems of personal and social redemption. The men who are heading the movement are working as a concentrated force behind which is masse l personal characteristics _and money, so that nothing can hinder the onward march of these...