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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
i. C. Smiih & Son Jh vrilt’rs _iii General : Hardware Builders ’ Material Oils, paints, glass, cemel t and stoves Roofing and spouting House fur nlahing Goods , Etc. be 1Rittaii _lInn ~~ t8tc _CoilcflC UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES P AIKENS THE HOME OF TH E PENN STATE FOOTBALL TEAM THEIR FRIENDS WILL ALWAYS RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION ~ ~
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
Cont Inued from pose 1 sport in the playground movement, the Grammar schools, the High schools, and the preparatory schools of our country. In this way we could so influence the minds of our young men that by the time they are prepared to enter college they have a good, wholesome view of athletics, and will not sell them. selves to the highest bidder. To me, this is the only solution to work out this perplexing problem." Forestry Notes. Frcm February 26 to March 2. Mr. S. B. Detweiler , executive officer of the Chestnut Blight commitsion will have his assistant in the blight work here for a series of lectures on Forestry and Plant Pathology. Prof. Fulton will give several days of work with the microscope in determining common plant diseases All work will be given in the Forestry Building. Mr. George H. Wirt, formerly in charge of the Forest Academy af Mont Alto, and Mr. Walter Ludwig, the state forester located at Boalsburg, have been assigned here during these meetings to give a se...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 1 February 1912
Superintendent Appointed. Mr. C. L. _Holl_4_lsbaugh, formerl y with J. B. Beam , contractor , of Tyrone, is appointed superintendent of buildings and campus. Mr. R. S. Friday will retain the superintendency of the heat , light , water and power plants , including repairs to plumbing, steam fitting and _wirinrf in all buildings. His office and telephone will remain in the Engineering Building. Mr. Holl& _~ nbaugh will have charg e of the repairs to buildings , including the work of carpenters , painters, roofers , and cement workers; The . Enterprise The Your _att entbn Is called to Clothing Store Q ~ a1ity Shop HARVEY’ B R OS _125 South ell Street en Bakers and Confectione rs An _edtablialmmn nt _wl_,_l..h is Fell line of La test creations in neckwear oonod for ins Iron qnoliry of and haberdashery, ready msde _fntt _empr eos pr inting ~ ._‘ Enery Fine Fresh ChocoIat ~ s suits in stock Orders taken order macices the per. _nfl for made to order _cloihlmig. _aitennio s of the _...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
AND M. DEFEATED With Shore and Blythe in the Game , Penn State Wins by the Score of 33-20—Many Substitutions Made and Many _Fou_1 ~ Called. In a loosely played game of basketball our varsity team succeeded in defeating the Franklin and Marshall five last Friday ~ evening on the Armory floor. Captain Shore and Blythe were in the game for Penn State with Park, Craig and Hartz, the latter playing the center position instead of Wilson. Mauthe who received injuries during a recent practice was not in the line-up. Park’s good goal shooting played a large part in the scoring for our team, while the work of Captain Shaub for the visitors was very good. Poor team work and poor goal shooting on the part of both teams were evident. The game throughout was very rough , especially in the second half. Scoring in the first half was begun by a foul goal thrown by the visitors. However several field goals led by two shots in quick succession by Blythe started the scoring for State and gave us a lead...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
ORCHESTRA CONCERT Annual Concert by College Orchestra on Saturday—Splendid Program Will be Rendered—-Itinerary of Trip . Of all the organizations, both musical and dramatical of the college, the college orchestra stands out most prominently as the one most depended upon throughout the collegu year. If we could imagine ourselves without an orchestra and especially without one of such high abilities as ours, we should find that here at Penn State a larger part of our real pleasure would be lacking for although we do not hear the full orchestra frequently, yet it is a large representation of the orchestra which provides the music which makes our college shows so entertaining and so popular at home and abroad. If this be considered , it would seem that no one ought to hesitate to support _thi ~ organization at the time of its concert. Anyone at State College, whc has already heard the orchestra upon previous occasions, knows the quality of music which will be produced and there will be ...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
HEAR DR. SHEPPARD This Wonderful Man Has Probably Done More for His People, Especially Those of the Congo Free State, Than Any Living Man. Do you want to hear thrilling stories of leopards , elephants, boaconstrictors, and the beasts of the jungle? Hear the man who is to speak at three on Sunday afternoon’ He has spent a life-time in their country, and can tell you more than our renowned "Teddy " about them. Do you want to know about the cannibals of Africa , their barbarous customs, and how they wage their merciless warfare? Hear Dr. Sheppard who has often been compelled to see his own friends eaten alive. Do you want to see the man who is quoted at some length in Mark Twain’s remarkable book "King Leopold’s Soliloquy ", a story of the horror perpetrated by the king on the people of the Congo? This pitiless and blood-drenched kingthis money-crazed king, this butcher has cast his awful shadow across the Congo Free State, and under him an unoffending nation of 15,-000,000 withered aw...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
DR. SPARKS’ JOURNEY President Returns at Commencement. Mrs. Sparks and Miss Ethel Sparks Remain Away Over Summer. President Sparks has been granted leave of absence until Commencement, and with Mrs. Sparks and Miss Ethel Sparks, will leave State College shc’rtly. The party will sail from New York on the steamer "Adriatic " for Egypt, tbu ~ hing at various European cities enroute.About two weeks will be spent on the Nile, a ~ d a month , camping in the Holy Land. In April and May, the party will visit, in turn , Constantinople, Athens. Naples, Rome, Venice and Florence; and will enter Switzerland during the latter part of May. Dr. Sparks will return to the college for Commencement, but Mrs. Sparks and Miss Sparks will spend the summer in Switzerland and France. During Dr. Sparks’ absence, there will be no acting president , but all matters will be attended to by the faculty and by the Student Bo ~ rd and Council. CALENDAR. FR IDAY , FEB . 9 6:30 p. m. Engineering Building. Westmorela...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
_Diehl , Neidig, Glanville and Mor rison , the enthusiasm and the good work shown by men who have been trained for the undecided positions, certainly warrant the prediction that the Blue and White will have ~ nother successful season. Manager Knight has a good schedule, and one that, provided the team wins the majority of meets, will do a great deal for the wrestling prospects in years to come. The results of the preliminaries for the Cornell trip are:— Preliminaries Saturday Feb.3,1912, Bouts. 115 lb. class—Sharp vs. Jones; won by Jones, time 2:26. Kurtz vs. Park; won by Park, time 2:57 2-5_. 125 _lb.class—Callender vs._Jarrett; won by Callender, decision , time 9 _mm . 135 lb. class—Karcher vs. _Rishell; won by Karcher, time 7:27. 145 lb. class—Grumbling vs. len; won by Grumbling, _decision _, time 9 _mm . 158 l’u _’ class—-Liun vs. Hill; Won by Linn, decision , time 9 _mm . 175 lb. class—Sayre vs. Elliott; won by Elliott, time 41 sec. Referee: Ed Lewis; Judges: Lesh and Very. Tim...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
6:30 p. m. Old Chapel. Y. M. C A. Prayer Meeting. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14 7:30 p. m. Armory, 1912 vs. 1914 in class basketball. Singers Notice ! A new college choir will be formed this week, for this semester. Every man, whether freshman , sophomore, junior or senior, if he has a singing voice should report for trials. A man singing in the choir receives compensation by being excused from chapel every other week. Trials will be held Saturday 6.30 p. m. in the Auditorium. Y. M. C. A. Show Trials. The cast for this year’s Y. _1_sf. C. A. show, The College Boy’s Wedding, will be selected this (Thursday) evening at 114 Main Building, at 6:30 o’clock. Every student is invited to come out for some place on the cast. Baseball Practice. At the Saturday afternoon baseball practices in the Armory all men will be barred from the Armory floor except men in uniform . This rule must be enforced to prevent accidents. Vacation is coming. So is the debate with F. and M.
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
Golden Timer for Finals —Kiefer. Lincoln ’ s Birthday. Monday, Feb. 12 will be observed as Lincoln ’s Birthday. All college work will close for the day at _11 o’clock precisely. At 11:20 an address will be given in the Auditorium by Dr. William H. Sheppard. Faculty, students and citizens are earnestly requested to unite in this simple observance of the day. Boston Supper. A Boston Supper will be held in the dining room of Grace Luthera n Church on Friday evening Feb. 9, beginning at 5 o’clock. The supper is 25 cents. Ice cream and cake extra . Dr. McAllister, professorial lecturer, and assistant editor of the Electrical World , will deliv ~ r his course of lectures at the _._college from Feb. 26 to March 2 inclusive. Twelve lectures will be giveh for the Senior class, and six for the Juniors .
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
WRESTLING TRIALS Outlook Good for a Successful: season. Many Candidates Take Part in Trials. The Penn State wrestling team led by Captain Lesh , will open the present season at Ithaca next _Friday evening. Last year’s team made a wonderful record by defeating Cornell . Yale, Columbia and Lehigh Universities. Although the squad this season has lost such men as
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
Penn State 11egian _, _‘u_lt, hed on _Tit u _rids_, _a_: act _, _neck du r_,,n ._c t _h e _,_oUCge yuan by t _i_,_e _.,t ude nt s _af _I or Pe,_njylc _anla _St_,_tc _Colle _ce to the _,_ntnce,t at the Student.. Fan ulty Alumni and _Fetynd, oh the _nnllegr I’_.ntered at the _Pn_. toff _tev _, State _Collcce _, Pa . _a_, second eta., matter SUBSCRIPTION. ye pee year or _51 25 If _pa_,d within ~ _dan_. ufte, sale of _e_,,_bsne_,_ptiun. THURSDAY, FEB. 8_, 1912 The Right Among the customs ot of Way. Penn State whi ch hare been upheld in the past, and which should still maintain a place in our college life , is one relating to the right cf way on the campus walks. As all of the older men in college know, and as ~ ll new men should know by this time, precedence is given by every man to the men of all classes above his own , and by seniors , as well as all underclassmen , to members of the faculty. In the past few weeks th ere has been a marke d relucta nce on the part of underclassmen , tw...