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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
the _llf oni’hl y Bulletin of the Division of Zoology. Wednesday Afternoon , Oct. 12, 1904. Howard G. McGowan , Geiger ’s Mills, Pa., Chairman. 2:30-3 25. Seccion A. D. _I_. A. Thayer, ‘ Feeds and Fertility ." Section B Prof. Geo. 0. Butz , "Fruit Culture; Small Fruits." 3:30-4:26. Section A. Mr. _1_. W. Lighty, "_The Farmer ’s Cow; Her Care." Section B. Dr. J. H. Funk , ‘ _Th e Pruning of Fruit Trees." 4 30-5:30. Section A. Dr. _I. A. _‘l’hayer and Mr. L. W. Lighty. 4:30-6 30. Section B Prof. Geo. C. Butz and Dr. J. H. Funk. Thursday Morning, Oct. 13, 1904 . S. X McClellan. Knox , Pa ,, _Chairm an. 9:30-10 30. Section A. Rev. J. D Detrich , "The Dairy Cow." Section B. Prof. R. _1. Watts , "M arket Gardening." 10:30-11:30. Section A. Mr. _1_’. I. Mairs, "The Care of Milk and Butter. Section B. Prof. H. A. Surface. ‘ Insect Preventives." ll:30-1225. Section A. Rev. J. D Detrich an_4 Mr. _‘I’. I. Mairs. Section B. Prof. F. _L. Watts and Prof. _H. A. Surface Thursday Afternoon , Oct. 1...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
Personals . —H. C. Mcllveen was grecting friends about college last Friday. —H. D. Mason , ‘ 07, was con fi ned to h is room by sickness last we ~ k. —C. A. Poole , ex- ’o6 , has _ente red the University of West Virginia. —J. B. Torbert , ex- ’o_7, has entered the Colorado School of Mines. —R. J. Smith , ‘ 07, spent a few days at his home in Sunbury last week. - —E. J. Monag _han , ‘ 07, has lef t college to attend Indiana State Normal school . —R. S. Parsons, ex- ’o7, is this year attend ing the Univers ity of Michi gan , Ann Arbor. —M. _L. Benn , ex-’o7, has entered the civil engineer ing course at Bucknell University. —Many State Coll ~ ge st uden t s were not iced among the visitors at tile Bellefonte fair last week. —J. D. P. Kennedy, ex- ’o6 , of Blairsville, spent a few days he re last week. He will re-enter college after Christmas. ---K. T. Woods , ex- ’or , has graduated from Medico Chi and is a practicing physician at Muncy, Pa. —J. E. Hornbaker , ‘os, is absent from Colle...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
J~ A1_umn _~ _Notes_. E. A. Whitworth , ‘ 04, has secured a position at Homestead. H. F. McKni ght , ‘ok, has a position at the DuQuesne blast furnaces. Irvin P. Thompson , ‘ 04, is with the General Electric at Pittsfield , Mass. E. S. Fry,‘ 03, of York , was recentl y married to Miss Sw-ively, of Hanover. H. C. Ray, ‘ 04, has been appointed assistant in the Assaying Departlne lit. Bruce McCamant , ‘ 04, has joined the department of History and Political Economy. R. E. _Cunmniings, ‘ 03, has a position with the Allis, Chalmers Company at Milwaukee. W. C: Riddle , ‘ 04, was in town last week , stopping over on his way f rom Pittsburg to Lancaster. Wayne B. Thompson , ‘ 04, is at Bloom fi eld , N. J., in the employ of a Structural Steel Company. N. G. Miller , ‘ _04, who is employed at the Experimental Station , is visiting his home at Chambersburg. Ralph W. Bowers,‘ 04, who holds a position with the York Manufacturing Co., spent a few days he re last week. C. M. Thompson , ‘96 , was ...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
- CLUBS. PHILADELPHIA CLUB RECEPTION. The Philadel phia club held a reception to its new members at Harrison ’s on Friday evening, October 7. Twenty-six were present to enjoy this first meeting of the year . SCRANTON CLUB. A Scranton club was organized last Saturday evening, consisting of the following men : E. L. Rafter , ‘o6 , M. R. Roper , ‘o6; W. W. Berry , ‘o6; J. B. Smith , ‘ 07; L. C. Rittenhouse , ‘0 7; E. Powell , ‘ 07 ; E. A. Wilker , ‘o8; A. Saxe , _‘o8; W. Vetter , ‘o8; D. A. Elias , ‘08. The officers elected were : E. L. Rafter , president ; W. W. Berry, secretary ; L. C. _Rittemihouse , treasurer. HARRI SBURG CLUB. On Friday evening, October 7, a meeting was called for the purpose of uniting tile students from the Capitol city in an organ izat ion to be known as the Harrisburg Club. Officers were elected as follows : Fritchey,‘ 05, presiden t ; Kline , ‘o6, vice-president ; Arnold , ‘o6, treasurer , and Evans, ‘ 07, secretary. Plans for the coming year were discussed a...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on _‘_rhur sclav of each week _dun n the college year in the interest of ‘I’Ime Pennsy - vani a State college. SUBScR IP TIoN. $1.30 per year or $1.25 if paid within 30 days af ter da te of subscription Entered at the Post _Office , State college, Pa.. as 5econd elass matter. THURSDAY , OcT. 13, _1904. The rules for the wearing of the various athletic ‘‘S’ s" are so timeworn and useless that they nii ght as well be out of existence. Indeed they are nearly so when a Sen ior has to request their publication. A fruitless search for the constitution of the Ath letic Association forced us to take the rules froni the College handbook which is said to give an exact copy of them. Considering the rule for the football ‘‘S’’ alone you will fi nd that it is a very poor one. This rule makes the game with U. of P. what is known as one of the S games. Now the game with Penn conies at a time in the year that makes it possible for sonie players to win his S because he make...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
EDITORS. W. B. H _OxE , ‘ 05, Chief , ALEX. HART , J r. , ‘ os, T. M. TORRENcE , ‘ 05, T. F. FOLTZ , ‘o6, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘ 07. B USiNESS MANAGE R. W. G. HECKATHORNE , ‘o6.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
finished the llalf.. It took _alniost as long to make tim e second score, the ball going over the line with but 20 seconds grace. In the second half Partridge took Yeckiey ’s place at hit half-back. Partrid ge and Wray played with a dash that surprised the coaches . Yale’s heavy backs kept pounding the line until they had hammered out two more touchdowns. Near the end of the game State showed a freshnt _55 that seelned marvelous. Yale was held tn her own twc-yard line and forced to kick. Wray almost blocked the kick and Forkum caught th e ball on the ~~ yard line advancing it _. ~ ya rds. Before a play could be started t he whistle sounded. The Elis made eight changes in their team during the game. These changes were not niade to save the regulars but because of inefficiency. Dunn had his man conipletel y bested. Hogan threatened to take Kinney out several times if he did not hold his own better. He finally lived up to his word. Saunders made several pretty tackles. Forkmini played ...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
CORA MORRIS GRIFFIN RECITAL. A delighted aud ience listened to a new and entertaining program of read ings, given by Cora Morris Griffin , in the Auditoriu _m last Friday even ing. The arrangement of the numbers was well ad ap tcd to Miss Griffin ’s power to sway the _mind froni sunshine to shadow. The piano solo by Miss Helen H. Ather ton , the violi n solo by Mr. A. S. Lacock , ‘oS, and the bass solo by Mr. J. D. Ri ppel , ‘ 05, added very much to the enjoyment of the evening. The program : Readings cora Morr is Griffin a _"Spani sh Moth er " _il_,,on _h "The Statue of _Liberty " c Rale _Wed ". A_’_scl_,_ol d "Little Boy Blue " Fie_/_d Pian o Solo—Seleeted___ Miss Helen H. Athei-ton Readings corn Morris Griffi n a Mose _Johnson ’s Funeral" _li_,_c_/ _~ _clh _1_, _II _Trovatore " C "Ro mance of the _llaui_,_nock "_ _._1 _ion (1 _" Zingere lle ’’ _ _McDowell Violin Solo—Intermezzo , _‘ cavaleria Rt_,sticana " Mr. A. S. Lacock Readings cora Morri s Griffin a Mouse Story ’‘_ _Durdel _...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 October 1904
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