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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN CLOSED The Meetings of the Past Week Exert Strong Influence on Students. Every Meeting Draws Large Crowd. In the past week there was centered in our midst a movement, the intenstty of which is apparent in every educational institution within the boundaries o ~ this country, and one which has been highly endorsed and supported by the prominent men of the larger cities. We were so fortunate as to be able to listen to some of the greatest character builders of the present day, and in individual and group meetings to profit by their wise counsel and advice. On Tuesday evening "Ted" Mercer spoke to the Campaign Committee, after which a reception was held at the Welch Cottage. On Wednesday evening, in the Auditorium , Mr. Mercer gave a most fascinating and thrillicg description of his life, and establishing it as an example of the vicissitudes that a man is liable to incur in his career, pointed out the absolute essentials, and the things to be avoided, in order to liv...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
of Pennsylvan ia , at State College March 1 5. Penn State vs. University of Pennsylvania , at Philadelphia. Spaldings Offer New Trophy. The Spalding Football Trophy, which comes to Penn State permanently, by reasoit of the victory at Pittsburg on Thanksgiving Day, is now at the College. The Spalding trophy was put up by A. G Spalding & Bros. through their Pittsburg branch , in 1909, to be contested for annually in the Thanksgiving game between the University of Pittsburg and Penn State. The team winning three out of five contests was to come in permanent possession of the trophy. The records of scores which are engraved on the ball are: Pittsburg Penn State 1908 6 12 1909 0 5 1910 _11 0 1911 0 3 Spaldings have _offer _~ l another trophy to be contested for commencing next year under the same conditions as the _precedh ~ g one.
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
Now-a-days its COES & YOUNG’S SHOES G. F. Vosburg, Agent Phi Sigma Kappa House e ~ .~~~ . ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ t_2_. East _Ca_\\_sge ~~~ H air Cutting a Specialty Moles and Warts Removed Stephens ’ POOL ROOM __________ and ~~~~ BARBER SHOP 123 Allen Street Cal in Iha Habit of aski ng us for a bid on your j ob work We will surpr i se you _In quali ty and price The Keystone Gazette Bellefonte Bot h Telephones
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
~ he 1Rittan ~ lEnn Btatc CoLLc ~ e UNDER THE MANAGEMENT -OF JAMES F AIK ENS THE HOME OF THE PENN S TATE FOOTBALL TEAM T H E IR FR IENDS WILL ALWAYS RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION I make signs _i_.,_ett_,ying ot _tn_,,,_i,. ond suit _cue. my op.-du ty, _PoiSe,, _,_hs _~ ,- cod _dI_.pi_._y cord. CHAS. A. WOMER , State _Collegs H. M. Meyers _I ; I don’t talk First Class Restaurant Ice Cream and Confectionery ice EAST COLLEGE AVENUE c. _i ~~ . ~~~ H ~~~~ W HARNESS _MARER Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE Con be kept cieno by washtog with _,_oop nod _woter_. _YeS _cue _,taad on It when empty. The beet LOW PRiCE . _Itru_,_r _mud_,
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
r1- _~ _ ~~ _i ~~~ Q W _esdrie sd ~~ y, Fe b. 14 ~ The Moving Picture Beautiful , _Sellg ’s SublIme MasterpIece ~ CINDERELLA ~ 3 ~ In 3 reels, 99 scenes, 3,000 fee t of fIl m MISS MABEL TA _IJAFERRO and a cast of 350 actors Don ’t fall to see It ~~ t . V ~~ 1e ~ nt ine ~ ’s D ~ ty 5C _— Adm ~~~~~ ioi-’i- 5C
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
The : Penns ylvania : State : College EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D., L_.L. D., PRESIDENT _~ lstablished ena maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonweal th of Pennsylvania ~ f FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineering , Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science, offering thirty-five courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economies, Industrial Art and Physical Edo. cation—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February ; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue , bulletins , announcements , etc., address THE REGISTRAR , State College, Pennsylvania
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
The Royal of Des Union Mutual Moines , Iowa Has never lost a dollar either in principal or interest. Its policies are protected by a deposit with the state. They have made the best _sett ~ cments ever made by any insurance company. They have the lowest _particip_.ating premiums. They earn more money on their invested funds than any other company doing business in Pennsy lvania. JAMES I. THOMPSON General Agent Lemont Pa
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
NEW YORK ANNUAL DINNER. Sixty-six Old State Men Present. College Affairs Discussed. ‘The Annual Dinner of The Pennsyl _~ ’ania State Association of New Yo~ k was held at Murra y ’s on Saturday evening, Jan. 27, 1912, with a total atte ndance of sixty-six. After the dinner , informal addr ~~ ses were made by the guests of ho ~ or: Dr. E. H. Sparks , president of ~ the college; Mr. E. W. Bush, p_’ r ~ sident of the general alumni assodiation; Mr. R. I-i. Smith , secretary of the general association and graduate manager of the athletic te4ms; and Mr. A. C. Reed , tr uste~ of the college a nd a leading spLrit in the Pittsburg association. Dr. Sparks biought f oath the greetings of the Boston association fr~ m their meeting of the previous ev ~ nang and congratulated the New Ydrk association OIL the large and _enlhusiast ic body of old State men gathered for the occasion. He outlined the recent developments at the college, prophesied that the enrollment would pass the two-thousand mark t...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
BUSH HOUSE E . L. GRAHAM & COMPANY BELLIEF ONTIS P ENNA _itut _e per tiny _f_2 _50 %V jt_._ii ba it _, 93 _por _lay —W. L.. DAGGE’L"L’—3ocMv_’s _‘ D _‘\ Do* Dry Goods Groceries Spor ting Goods East College avenue Phones J. P. 1-IAGMAN Strictly Firstclass : Tailoring Hi gh Grade Gents Furnishings 127 S. Allen Street . C. _PEARCE _It. . S ovsuaa _AID DRY _CLCANING Goods sent on Thursdays of each wee 119 South Burrowes Street F. _ID Dry G ~ ods. Nottc ns, Shoes, Groce-WEAV ER ries and Queensware . Hotel Block W. College Ave