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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
c NZ . T-’ I I-I IE J Successor to A. H. 1-lar _tawick _1[3adquartors WALK- OVFR EDUCATOR _CRAWFOII[) 088 PATRICIAN BAN ISTER COUSINS Alway s in stnck. a _good_. line of gymnasiu’n shoes . JUST ABBIVED : A line of earl y _lip _l in g Shoes , i n both Men ’ s a .cl Wom an s. ~ _~ ~~ ~ ~ ~
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
~~~ 11i ~~ t ~~ i— FI _~~ t1 St ~ tt e c ~ aIlege Dlrilri g _RQQr_1 ~ Under New _Maiysgemei)t Stude nts ’ regular board a week $3.00 - Students ’ single meals 35c Tansient 50c Gat ~~ i ’ir.._gj t ~ Pi’ot _~~ ,’i-a ~ t’iez _t _~~~ i a _.SJ’)_noinh_1 ~~ All new equipment A. L. BASCOMB & BROTH ER ~ , Proprietors 1 ~~~~
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
_I. C. HOLMES STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. FRUITS Best Quality Best Service Your patronage solicited ALLEN ST. STATE COLLEGE James M. Williams General Tinning, Roofing Spouting and Furnace Work Shop; South Frazier street Sheffler ’s -:~ Restaurani Opposite Hotel Pies Sandwiches Soups
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 8 February 1912
The Q ~ aiity Shop An _ett _,,_bliiI_,, nrn _t _wi,, _Ii ,_ok_.,l For is _isv _qo_. _ili y _oF rtIe’p_,_e ~ s _Iui_,_tii_, ~ _- . _Es_,,,y o,r _le r ,e _d ye, tile _~ C ~ 4 _nid _oI_’ r n ’ion oF _Ii_._’ lns _nsg_. r _ho ’ _._nsIl r 55 pc’lcci _ea _ii_,_i_. _~~ _:,,n The Ni _ll at iv Printing _311_( Publishing Cozi’pa _~ iy ~ SUite _Colloge _1
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 15 February 1912
DEATH OF DR. GILL Beloved Chaplain of College Died at Baltimore Last Monday—Has Served the College Faithfully for Twenty Years. It is with a feeling ’ of deep remorse that we announce to our readers the demise of the oldest . the most sincere and most beloved friend of Penn State, Dr. Benjamin Gill. Our esteemed Chaplain had been ill for some time ~ _i ~ evertheless his expiration was a severe shock to all who knew him. Dr. Gill was born in _Holmfurth , Yorkshire, England, in 1843. He came to America with his parents at the age of twelve, and settled down in Wooster, Mass. By working in a factory, and by teaching, he managed to earn enough to put himself through Wilburham Academy. After leaving the Academy, Dr. Gill entered Wesleyan University from which he took his A. B. and A. _IVL degree in 1870, and in 1904 was accorded his D. _0. degree by the University. Our esteemed friend then took up theological studies , but finally receded these in favor of the teaching profession. He ass...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 15 February 1912
GETTYSBURG DOWNED Penn State Wins Another Victory. Game Was Sensational and Thrilling—Home Team Showed Excellent Form. In one of the fastest and most exciting games played here this season Gettysburg was defeated by the score of 43 to 14 on the Armory floor , Thursday evening, Feb. 8. It was only by very fast and consistent playing that Penn State was able to run up such a large score against her opponents. However the ease with whic’h our team scored did not make the game uninteresting to witness, for there was good basketball played by both teams. Our men exhibited exceptionally good work in their passing antI in their goal shooting. Penn State was represented by her best fiv e of this year in Hartz at center, P _~ irk and Shore forwards , and Mauthe and Blythe guards. Mauthe played a good game and led his team mates in exhibition goal shooting during the practice period before the contest. Captain Shoie started the ~ scoring with a neat field goal after some good floor work by hi...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 15 February 1912
THE COLLEGE BOY’S _WEDDIM Y. M. C. A. Performance to be Brilliant. Washington ’s Birthday the ~ Date of Show. The play to be given this year by the combined Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. of the college stands on its own merits. It is well known throughout the East as one of the best amateur plays ever staged. It is full of humor and many situations such as dalight our hearts. The action opens in New England , and shortly we have the college man from Boston falling in love with the charming country girl , Ruth. Ultimately there is a quarrel , followed by a a separation. Five years later, in the Adirondacks, the young husband meets his wife who is now a charming society favorite and _wl at follows will be disclosed in the Auditorium Feb. 22. Uncle Josh Hedges . Prof. Ticklepitcher , naturalist, Ned and Ted Clearfield , Weary Bill , Ezekial , Ruth , her mother Tranquility, and many others will make us laugh and sigh in turn. There is to be a chorus of thirty people in which there are fif...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 15 February 1912
world. One who has seen "She Stoops to Conquer" will want to see it again and again. The play is ~ ar more than a mere farce: it is one of the classics of English Literature. One should see it and be thoroughly familiar with it as a part of his education. Goldsmith , who wrote it and Sheridan , who wrote "The Rivals,_" have the honor of having produced the crowning pieces of comedy in the English Literature of the past one hundred and fifty years. No one should fail to accept this really unusual opportunity of seeing a fine classic. Dr. Sheppard Relates Stories of Africa. We of Penn State are privileged to hear and see during the progress of a college year, diverse, _~ 1nique and interesting lectures, entertainments and discussions, but of all of these none could probably have ohsorbed t’ur attention to a greater degree, than Dr. Sheppard’s exposition of darkest Africa, On Sunday afternoon in the Auditorium , Dr. Sheppard , wh ~ has for twenty years been engaged in missionary work i...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 15 February 1912
the the Engineering, Agi _ieultui _al , Two year, N atural _Scierrce , _Min es and Liberal Arts Schools being represented. The meets are to be held every Mo n _d ay and Thursday evenings st’_;rtirg with last Monday. The twenty-fi ve men making the highest scores In each place will be the only points _oountcd. The number of _‘_l _en from each school within the twenty-five highest will cou nt f or the respective schools. At the close of the con test the school having ihe greatest number of points sv’ll eventually win. Each evening of the contest there will be held ten events , the standing broad jump, 35 yd. dash, spring board high jump, 35 yd. low hur dles, run n i ng broad jump, 25 yd. dash , runn ’ng high kick , running h gh _j omp, 35 yd. high hurdles and the pole vault. _fhe object of the indoor meet is to _etl_000_rs ge more men in college to take advantages of t _h e gymnastrim. I’s working for their re—sr ective school , men will lose sight of the individual , and wor k for th...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 15 February 1912
_Tii U i-fSDAY , FEB _15. 1912 The Death It w ~ s with _‘ _; deep of _Di_, _(_211_!. _tccl _1rU of _i_,_orio ~ _crcl _Io,.s that the _College rUe,,, on _;_hc news _. _~ n _Monola;’ morn—tIg _0 tOe _otiToth _(of _001_’ _)CIOVI’Cl _ch _aplu _~ ,_i , Dr D_,,_nl amln _~~ ;ll. Althot. ga he had b _et_; _1n _fo_:_lie g health for some time _no_._1 _un_;;_ole to perform his _dut _u_’ _, _ii_; the claSs _room and as college _chepla _in , his loss comes as a _il_;st _;nct shock to the college _COmIV unity Es’er since his _air _:_vsl at _! _0 _nr_1 ~~ Statu n 1892 , Dr . Gill nas r _;_sa_;_nla _;pcd a p_11_cc of profoun d,,; _;esaect _a_, _U _adrn _it _at iu n in th c ho"a _s c_,± _alL u_’ tv mcmbcrs and st _,_i_, _let _;_50 _‘_like As _pr _or _esso _; of Grcck and Lat_,n and Dean of tOe _Scho_._1_l of Langi _;_ageI _afod I to; _10_. _e, _be _L.,, a always _~ost , _do er u_1, k _;_ndly, _and hc _’ ,f’il , as Coil, _[IC _Ch ~ p’_,_th_; he’ was a roan a_. _trc ~ _ieiidc_;;s _~ _tre n’ _, _,’th ...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 15 February 1912
Have you tried ‘‘Buffalo " Smoking Tobacco ? For Pipe or Cigaretie GEORGE B. JACKSON ALLEN aT.. STATE COLLE G E. * H. A. EVEY TonsorIal ArtIst ~~~~~~~~~ 1_%_i_’ ~~~ f _~~ , Your _pot _,On _o_5_c ~ oi _ictrd _Firo tct _o., wor k sour- CAB W ORK A _SPECIALTY UNDER HOTEL Both ‘Phones