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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
Fhil _adrlp _I _~ i November 9, open, at State College. Nov ember 16 . Penn State vu. Ohio St _~ te_, at Columbus , 0. Nos ember 28, Penn State vs. Piusburg, at Pittsburg . WE WONDER If we are not looking forward with great interest to the wrestling meets. If it is not the duty of each and every one of us to buy season tickets for the interclass basbetbail games. If , too , directories of the students in Old Main and in McAllister Hall would not be highly _appreciateil. If every member of the faculty and every student should _nat make an effort to attend the orchestra concert on Saturda y night. Why we cannot always sing our Alma Mater with the same spirit as we sang it on Friday night at the game. If , however, we should not try to get more life into our cheering sc that we shall be prepared for coming events. If we were not extremely fortunate in having such workers as Elliott , Wright, Mercer and Mr. and Mrs. Huston to introduce the Men and Religion Forward Movement at Penn Stath...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
_~ ‘c _s ~ orid I nay that _advicedly. They ha’ c a local on that would be hard to beat , a ~ _pl ~ _nd_:d site overlooking ii’c _i . plains and distant hil ls: Canton only a low miles away—one of the b; _gge_’t c li’s of the world—and _~ he u_7_q_::estlorvcl business metropolis of all Cl-m a Th ey wtil have litt _lc i rotble _~ n ~~ d:rz _stuc _~ crIs _ci_._ers whee the gov crrrrcnt schools begin to offe en adequate education, which will not be tot some years. ‘Th e Caflto-i trustees have one of the _‘roarksi erd _lis eot set of pla ns you _CC I-. irna _~ _ire _, [-o _,h for buildi ng and _lot _ceiric uktin The money that they have _.eccised !--o _I ~ C-l -pcnt rot on a large ‘surr bct of ;_il _f eltor buildin _1s to meet _tir mediate needs (as is so frequently tile case, _es _en _!_n good old Penneylvsnia) but on splendid concrete , modern halls , built to stand for a century, _arc_t equipped w _tb catefull y chosen ard _!irclv r’ade equipment for teachin ~ of all _l s’ds Their ph...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
F. E. WILBEi _t Commencement Speaker. Dr. Newell Dwight _Hihhis , of Brooklyn , has accepted the invitation to delivi r the Commencement address here on June 12. Dr. Hillis is one of the greatest orators in the country, and the college is very fortunate in securing him as a speaker. The Schoc-l of Engineering, in cooperation with the State Highway Department , intends to perform a series of experiments testing the strain caused by heavy wagons passing over earthcovered _culvertr , and determining what material should be used in constructing such culverts. FOOTBALL SCREDULEAPPROVED W. and J., Carnegie Tech and Ohio State Added to Schedule. At a meeting of the Penn State
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
ccivcd from Mr. F. E. \Vj lbcr, Hongko_,ig, Cl-isa. ‘—d will prove of interest ~ the _sts_:_drn ~ s at th is college on account of thc relation existing between _I cm and tile Y. M. C. A. work in that country : _"_I had t t c good fortune to visit the Canton Chi _ttiun College last Saturday, and _I want to write at once to bark up a ~ y efforts that State may or ma king to further the cupport of that _cc!k ~ e. _I rurely hope that Groff is planning to return to that college , for thcn _I _nuppo:e there _~ vill be no quest:on but that State will continue to help on in the work at Canton. But _2ven ohould Groff transfer his energies
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
of attention in the East and Middle West. A home game will be arranged for November 9, but at present nothing definite can be said as to who will be Stats ’s opponent on this date. Princeton refused to oiler State a dstc, while games could not be satiafa _~ torily arranged with Darthmout _’_s and Brown : Thr acriedule follows : October 5, Penn State vs. Cranegie Tech, at State College. Octobeid2 , Penn State vs. W. & J , at State College. October _19 , Penn State vs. Cornell , at Itha a, N. Y. Octob er 26, Penn Stats vs. Gettys. _bree , at State College. November 2, Pei’n State vs. Penn.
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
Washington and Jefferson , Carnegie Tech , and Ohio State University. A pleasing feature of the schedule is the renewing of athletic relations with Washington and Jefferson College , and the game with the Red and Black team will undoubtedly be the best and most interesting of the home _encourters. Penn State has met the Washington eleven twice during the past ten years and was victorious in both games. Ohio State aed Penn State will meet for the first time in the histories _nf these two state institutions and the game bids fair to attract a great deal
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
elsewhere , you will do well to think twice be fore you transfer your gifts rlc eys’hcre. Of cou rse, I am supposing that you will continue to give .as to me it scent s as _nece_:saty a pslt of _~ _taIe_’s work to _%_IVC for foreign _work as it does to ‘end _dnputati ons to Penncylvan ia schools. Alyo I am supposing that you are not pla’lning some oth er work to which you will accord YOU _support The Carton Chrintian College inpr_7sscs too an _be ng one of the most promising _tnst ~ tutions of learning _iv
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
the European Y. M. C. A. in F-longkong, aw aiting the arrival of t _h e permanent secretary in March. After that time I will proceed _someno _/iere for further study of the language , tho I can not lsing more definite than somewh ere. Those victories on the gridiron caused a large celebration in one room in Hongkong; so glad the fellowe got to Penn at last. "Regar ds to the men. Believe me, sincerely your friend and States.
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
_‘r1 II i ~~ 1-E ~~ t clEir-ci I _lr_]_._cl r-y- _rit ’ ~~ L ~~~ L_1I-1dry ~ JWe make an honest efiort to give ycu the best to be had in our line. çOur laundry is modern in all _departmen _’s. ~ We cater to thosc who dcsire hi gh grade work at honest prices. _~ jYou will apprcciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. E. Shore ‘13 J. _I ~ . McCrenry _12 ~ STUDENT AGENTS L_. A. Davis ‘12 ( E. T. Asplondh ‘12 STUDENT AGENTS B. H. Herman ‘12 T. W. Harris ‘13
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
Editor in _Ch ief W. S. KRIEBEL , JR., ‘12 As sistant Editor W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 _Associl te Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 H. M. EVANS , ‘_13 M. _‘ ,.. _KRIII MEL , ‘13 .J. D. HOGARTI! , 14 F’. C. DOSE , _14 Business Manager H. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants H. S. COCKLIN , ‘12 - THEO. I_,ENCHNER , ‘12 M. M. GRUBBS . ‘13 B. R. HENDERSON . ‘13