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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
LOCALS What did you flunk ? Exams are past. Would that they were passed ! .3. L. Spicer visited at his home in Harrisburg, over Sunday. R. W. Wharton ex-’04 of Lewistown was married recently in Altoona. The members of the Stroudsburg Club enjoyed a " feed " at Harrison ’s restaurant last Friday evening. The Lewisburg, Tyrone, and Bald Eagle Valley Railroad Co. carries extra cars on all trains this week to handle the heavy traffic out of Lemont ! A large number of students partook of the chicken and waffle supper given last Friday evening at Sheasley ’s restaurant as a benefit for the Alpha Fire Co. of State College. The SophornDre class me ~ I4otday evening and decided to attend no more history classes until there was a change in the instruction force in that subject. The outcome is awaited with interest. E. C. _Williams , a member o ~ the Junior class, left college last week to take a position at Washington , D. C. in connection with the wcrk of the Panama Canal. Heexpects to be tr...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
V. M. C. A. Notes On Monday evening the Association held another one of its social evenings in room 529, which was largely attended. The chief amusement feature of the evening was a phonograph concert. Mr. A. M. Sayford who has been making a special tour among some of ~ he Fcnnsyivania colleges will be at Stat e, Tuesday, Feb. 19th . He will speak in the College Chapel in the evening. Mr. John R. Mott says of hi ~n: ‘ In my judgment Mr. S. M. Sayford is one of the mos_: acceptable and effective speakers to college men whom I know in any country. He has prob abl y addressed more and larger audiences of students throughout all paits of the United States than any other speaker. He has especially appealed to the strongest men in the colleges regardless of their views upon different moral and religious questions. Certain of his addresses have made a profound impression upon college audiences. " The Chicago Lady Entertainers. On last Saturday evening the Chicago Lad y Entertainers gave a ...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Library Notes Books added to the Library, Jan. 16-23, 1905. Airy, Osmund—Charles II. (New Ed. ) American book prices current. Benjamin , L. N.—The St. Albans Raid. Japan in the Beginning of the 20th Century. Madison , James—Writings , v. 5. 1787-1790. National Educational _Association ~ —Yearbook , 1904-5. N. Y. — Merchants ’ Assoc.—Passenger Transportation Service in the City of N. Y. Nicholson , J. P.—Pennsylvania at Gettsyburg . Revised ed. 2 v. Rhodes , _J. F.—History of the U. S. from the Compromise of 1850. y. 5, 1864- --66. Scherger , G. L.—Evolution of Modern Library. Tribune Almanac & Political Register , 1905. Ward , H. A.—Catalogue of the Ward-Coonley Collection of Meteorites. Warren , F. M. —Ten Frenchmen of the 19th Century. Wilcox , D. F.—Municipal Go vernment in Michigan & Ohio Chemistry Department. _l_3lyth , A. W. & M. W —Foods : Their Composition & Analysis, Ed. 5. Dennis & Whittelsey—Qualitative Analysis. Lengfeld, Felix—Ino...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
TECHNICAL REVIEW The White Star Line is having Marconi wireless t&egra ph outfits instal!ed in itu vessels. The first one to be equiped is the Oceanic. A German patent has been taken out for an e ectrical apparatus by which shoals of fish may be detected and their extent estimated. A microphone connected with an electric battery and te:ephone is lowered into the water. The con stant tapping of the fins against the mici ophone produces sounds which immediately betray their presence. The _._5_cienhi ~ ic Amer ican of Jan. 14th contains an _intareslin_; a ~ t cle on a recent comparison made by the State Railroad of Franc ~ b ~~ ween two French locomotives ,one of which was of the celebrated _Dc Glehn compound type , and two American locomotives, one of the _simp le type , the other , the Vauc ain. _Th ~ coa l consumption per horse power , contrary to the gencrafl y accepted opinion, is shown by these tests to be about the same for the American as for the French _locomo ~ ivcs ;...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
COLLEGE ORBIT Leland Stanford’s neW athletic field, when completed , with the grandstands, track and field house, will cost between twenty and twentyfive thousand dollars. A southern college requires the members of the various athletic organizations to wear distinct sweaters , to differentiate them from each other. Different monograms also aid in this distinction. The faculty of the University cf Texas has forbidden Greek letter fraternities to begin their pledging until November 1. Measures will be taken at times to modify the vigor of the rushing season.—Ex. The Rev. Edward James Gray, D. D., who had occupied the position of President of Dickinson Seminary at Williamsport for thirty-one years died at the Johns _Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Friday, Jan. 20. Forty-two men were taken on the Western Christmas trip of the Yale University Glee and Mandolin Clubs. The clubs traveled in two special sleeping cars with a baggage car attached and covered over 4,000 miles on the trip . Coll...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Thursday , Feb 2, _1905 EDITORIAL What is this much talked of and mysterious psychological phenomez ~ a of the student called college spirit ? It is not to fail to attend evQr ~ y foot ball game (the marking out of the field , etc., will furnish employment enough to admit every poor boy in school) ; it is not to be ignorant of the date of the next game after it has been billed two or threç ~ slays; it is not to yell when our team is gaining and to groan when_. it is losing ; it is not for fifteen fellows to turn out for practice when the coach has asked for twenty-two ; it is not to shut yourself up in your roam and get pale faced and round shouldered ; it is not to go into the class room unprepared and flunk. College spirit is simply that quality of the student’s character which makes him a good all round college man . It makes a fellow manly, loyal, gallant, popular , scholarly, honest and upright. It may play an innocent prank, but it never prompts a base deed.—C_0LLEGIAN . "It i...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
STATE C OLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office . State College , Pa. as second class matter. EDITORS, ALE _. X. HART , Jr., ‘05 , Chief , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05, T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , W. J. DL ~ 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.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Glee Club Re=or ganized At a meeting held at the home of Miss Atherton Saturday evening last, the Glee Club was re-organized and the following officers elected : Pres. J. D. Rippel , ‘05 ; leader , F. M. Torrence , ‘05 ; secretary, C. H. Waller ; treasurer , H. M. Jacobs, ‘06. It was decided that two regular one hour rehearsals be held each week. At present there are about sixteen members in the organization. The number necessary to secure the best results is about twenty-four. Any one wishing to try for membership should consult Miss Atherton or Leader Torrence. 1nter ~ collegiate Debate. An inter-collegiate debate between Franklin and Marshall college and State has been arranged for Friday April 7th, in the Auditorium. The subject is to be submittcd by State, leaving the choice of sides with. F. and M. The contest will be governed by the rules of the Intercollegiate Debating League, of which both colleges are members. THE First Naflo llal Bauk 8ELLEFONTE. PA.
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
"Pop " Golden to Stay. The clipping from the Poli ce Gaze/f e printed in the COLLEGIAN of last week conveyed the impression that Mr. Golden had applied for the position of football coach at Purdue University. Mr. Golden wishes that impression to be corrected. About ten years ago he hel ~ the Physical Drectorship at Purdue and consequently is well known there. When Cutts the present coach , handed in his resignation , the A1h ~ etic Committee offered the position to Mr. Golden and even paid his fare out to look things over. Mr. Golden, however, is well satisfied here and until an offer is made that will be more decidedly to his advantage than his present position , he will continue to act as Physical Director at State. .
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
r "Man wants but little here below , nor wants that little long." But when it comes to his wearing apparel he ’s pretty particular. The apparel beari ng the label of _B_1 KUPPENHE IMER & _CO_1 is designed for particular men. The suits and top coats sell at $IO Io _$15 Guaranteed by us and the makers and sold by us exclusive ly. Our fathers _I _~~~ 1 _~ 1 ~~ 1 stood by Kuppenheimer & Co. _clothes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ and our sons are destined to do like-~~~~~~~~~~~ wise. There ’s comething in a name ~~~~~~~~~~~~ after all—Shakespeare to the contrary notwithstanding. Step into our store and EXAMINE THE NEW ARRIVALS j’ —the neatest , nobbiest , ready to wear apparel ever seen in this section. _•‘_-‘_- _—‘ FOR SALE BY US ONLY ONTGOMERY & CO Bellefonte , Pa. ~
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Palace Restaurant Go _Illule f _~ ’i a _lu ll lin e _of Sand—wlelit ’_,. ._ti _(_I _( _~ 11 kk _LUIICII \\• _15_’ _~ C our _Owl. llOfllC—b_0114’d lialsI _III _‘_,_aiid _wiclies . Oysters served in all sty les Eoa r ing by the week. ~ ay or meal W. G. CALD WELL _, Proc _~
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
Relay Races. Pennsylvania has just sent out the invitations for its eleventh annual relay races. The college classes include all the prominent institutions of both the East and West. Chicago , Michigan , Wisconsin and Minnesota have already sent in their entries. Michigan is the holder of the four-mile championship, and they wid put forth every effort tQ retain this honor. The colleges entered are as follows : Class 1—Harvard , Yae , Princeton , Chicago , lViichigan, Pennsylvania. Class 2—Cornell , Colu m b i a, Syracuse, Geoigeiown , Amherst , Brown. Class 3 Dartmouth , _Williams, Massachusetts Inst_._Ln_.e of ‘technology, _Wesleyan , University of V ~ rmont , University of Maine. Class 4—Trinity College , Bowdoin College , Boston College, Boston Unive ~ siiy, Worcester polyclinic InsL i _~ .ute, Hoiy Cross College. Class 5——Universit y of New York , College of CLy ot New York , John l-Iopk ns, _Haverford , Swarthmore, Rutgers , Colgate University. C!ass 6—Leland Stanford , Un iver...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 February 1905
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