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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
Important Changes. A number of changes have been made with respect to the subjects of study common to all courses leading to a degree in this college anti most of which are taken in the school of Liberal Arts. The most noticeable change is in the number of credit hours given to subjects required during the freshman and sophomore years. Rhetoric will be continued throughout each semester of the two years, three credit hours being given for each semester’s ~ ork in that subject, Forensics is included in this three hours. Six credit hours will be _rcquir d for freshman chemistry while at present six and a half credit hours are given. Beginning with the opening of the next college yea r, the subjects of study common to all courses leading to a dcgice in The Pennsylvania State College. are: Freshman Year First semester—French , German or Spanish , 3 credit hours. Rhet.—Compo _sition, 3 credit hrs_, Math.~~ . Trigonometry, 5 credit hot rs. Mi!. Sci. 1—Tactics , 1 credit hr. Phys. Ed. 1—Dr...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
James M. Williams General Tinning, Roofing Spouting and Furnace Work Shop; South Frazier street SheffI e ~ ’s _. _~ . Restaurant Opposite Hotel Pies Sandwiches Soups ~ oot _~~ s 1_’ _~~ t ~ \_. ~ 3o ~ e\cs DISCOS AND DRY _CLEA NING ~ oods sent on Thursdays of each week _"_tt _~ ’rs_. _" _~ _,._crnstd ~ tTee 119 South Burrowes Str eet F. D. WEAVE R UP-TO-DATE LIVERY Oppo.lte the Pastime Both Phone. J. P. HAGMAN Strictly Ffrstclass : Tailoring High Grade Gents Furnishings 127 S. Allen Street — R . C. PEABCE Dry Goods , Notions , Shoes, Groceries and Queensware Hotel Block W. College Ave - _- - — — r _ _—_.___-
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
torium by Mr. Wilfred H. Schoff Mr. Scboff is a lecturer of some note, and his position as secretary of the Commercial Museum of Philadelphia , puts him in a position from which he can impart many interesting and fascinating facts and descriptions, especially of the South American countries. The object of the "Museum " is to educate the people of the United StAtes as to commercial possibilities of trade with South ‘America , and other countries. The present revolution in Ecuador will enhance the interest manifested in this subject. Bulletin In Press. The bulletin for the summer session for teachers has gone to press and contains many important announcements.
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
The First National Bank BELLEFONTE apital _siei,tee _5_usrpin . _$125_,_000 _clusries Mecurdy Ja . K. _Barn _haet _Prenden t Cashier _I_. _- i ~ . HOLMES STAPLE and FAN _CV GROCERIES. FRUITS Best Quality Best Service _S_’oar patronage solicited ATTW?J C’I’ C’T’ A ’I’W _rnrTWau_,
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 18 January 1912
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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
SEJMMEI ~ BASEBALL QUESTION Missouri Valley _Cenfere nce Mopts Rules Similar to Those in Use at Our College. Director Golden Favors Faculty Committees to Regulate _Individua l Cases in Different Colleges. The Missouri Valley Conference which had attempted to carry out clean baseball as outlined by the National Colleg iate Athletic Conference found on investigation that by far the larger percentage of the men in the Valley Conference were pl aying summer baseball even though the amateur ruling in this matter had been supplemented by strict faculty rules. The entire con ference unanimously felt that if they could not control the situation they would make rules that could in a measure, at least be enforced, but deferred the decision until nftei the National Collegiate Athletic Association Conference , hop ing to have some light thrown on the subject at the New York meeting. Alter the N. C. A. A. meeting, this Missouri Valley Conference adopted a set of summ er baseball rules ~ ery simi...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
EXPERIENCED MEN L_4IJNCH MOVEMENT Who ’ s Who in the Present Campaign at Penn State—Twentytwo College Men Take Part. Work Carried on by Public Meetings and by _( roup and Private Conferences. E. C. Mercer , a gr _~ ’duate of University of Virginia , one of the best known college _iT en , will be here. Comes from an dd ~ outhe rri family and iso nephew of former President Arthur. During his college days he learncd the pace of the "fast set," and found himself a tramp in New York City, and the story of his rise is _facinating. Henry _._1. Wright , the most popular professor at Yale, author of "The Will of God ," and "A Man ’s Life Work" an d other boo ks which are of intercst to the college man; popular speaker at all stud ent summer _conferences; leader of the freshman bible class at Yale; the man who won Billy Dewitt , will be here. Arthur J. Elliot , inte rnational secretary for the West , kn own everywhere as "Dad ," one of the greatest ends Northwestern ever had; the lea der of l...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian _t_’_obU_,hed on Thut_,day of _eaci, cook durin g the gotten year by the itudents f ‘ice _Poonsyivan ia State Coiieae in the _ioteee_,t of _ti,e Student,. Fat _,,_liy. Alumni and Friend , of the _college, Enieeed at the Po_.toff,ce. _5tate College, Pa . a, .ecsod _cia., matter Editor _In Chief W. S. KRIEBEL , JR., ‘12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 A ~ _nocIst, Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 _II_. 55. EVANS , ‘13 M. L _KRIMMEL , ‘13 J. D_: HOGARTH , 14 _- F. C. DOSPL 14 Business Man ager E. A. JAMES, ‘12 Assista nts H. S. COCKLIN , ‘12 THEO. LENCHNER , ‘12 M. M. GRUBBS , ‘13 B. R. HENDERSON , _‘_13 _SUNSCR IP _TION. $1.50 per yea r or $_L25 ,f ya,d within 30 day, after date of _.ub_,_cciption . THURSDAY, FEB. 1. 1912 Religious Campaign. God give us men _I Men who never shamed their mothers, Men who never fail their brothers , Trit e, how ever false are others , Giv _e us men , _I say again: God give us men _I William Chalmers _Colvet’ _I It is for the developme...