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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
LOCALS R. G. Clough ‘07 is laid up with a severe attack of the grippe. W. C. Patterson , the Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings , is another victim of the gripp e. Profs. Foster and Willard , who have been confined to their rooms on account of sickness have returned to their accustomed places. H. F. White ‘08, taking the course in Modern Languages , left college last Tuesday. He expects to enter Princeton next year. Juniors and Sophomores who have not handed in lists of their vacant hours are requested to do so at once. Appointments in Junior and Sophomore Rhetoricals are posted on the Bulletin board in the lobby o ~ the Carnegie Library. The new catalogue has made its appearance. The style of the binding is the same as that of previous years. There are no changes of note outside of those in the options offered in the the various courses , which were reviewed in a previous issue of the COLLEGIAN. The Pharsonians went over fo Millheim on Tuesday, Feb. 14th and played to a crowde...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
benefit of a local charity. On _Wedr_.esday they gave a performance at Boalsburg for the Maccabees. At both places the boys were well entertained and from all accounts had a splendid time. A series of special meeting were conducted by the Y. M. C. A. this week. They were fortunate in securing the service of Mr. S. M. Sayford of Boston , an evangelist of note, who addressed very apprecative audiences on Sunday and Monday evenings , besides preaching at the regular chapel exercises on Sunday morning. - C. N. Fisher of Zion , Pa.. visited friends at College last week. He was a member of the class of 1903 during its preparatory and freshman years and reports that his brother , Art. Fisher, a member of the class of 1904 is employed by the Jones and Laughlin Steel Company of Pittsburg as an inspector. The College Y. M. C. A. was well represented at the convention held in Johnstown last week from Thursday to Sunday. The following attended : 0. C. Hays ‘06, J. C. Gotwals ‘06, G. W. Groff ‘0...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
TECHNICAL REVIEW Neils R. Finsen , graduate of Copenhagen University in 1890, although well trained for a doctor ’s profession , foun6 himself unable to follow it on account of physical weakness ; so he accepted a position as preceptor in anatomy at the University of Copenhagen. Believing that light could be used to cure disease , he took upon himself the task of finding its healing value. He tried the action of lights of different colors upon animals and found that blue, violet and ultra-violet (the chemical rays) were the only ones valuable for his _puipose. In 1893 he published a paper with the title, " The influence of Lights on the Skin " in which he announced a light treatment to prevent the scars usuall y left by small pox. This treatment consists in keeping the patient in a room to which onl y red light is admited. This results in the prevention of suppuration , the -most dangerous and most painful stage of the disease , and effects recovery without the appearance of scars. ...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
The Most Popular _College Songs. We have just received a copy of " The Most Popular College Songs " published by Hinds , Noble and Eldridge of New York City. The collection contain s all the songs dear to the college man ’s heart , re-arranged and put forward in a new and inviting form. We can heartily recommend it to any one looking for an up-to date collection of the latestas well as the old and ever popular college melodies. Price $1.50. Rules for Inter=Class Debates. The Debating Club on Saturday evening Feb. _11, adopted the following rules to govern inter-class debates for this year :— The subject of inter-class debating shall be brought before the different classes and a committee of three appointed from each to act as representatives of the classes. The committees of the contesting classes shall make arrangements for the trial and inter-class debates as follows :— The English department shall be requested to submit a number of questions one of which shall be then chosen by o...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
Thursday, Feb 23, 1905 EDITORIAL Have any of the fellows who engage in the "rough house, " which is becoming more and more marked at every basketball game in the Armory, ever stopped to think what kind of an opinion a visitor to the College must have of the quality of the men who attend this institution , from such an exhibition ? Have they ever stopped to think that instead of appearing like college "men , " they are acting like a lot of six year olds just off the farm ? We refer not so much to the basketball playing of the Seniors ,which seems to have become a sort of custom here , but to the senseless shoving and rushing indulged in by the underclassmen between the halves. There is a time and place for all things, but in the Armory, when a large number of people have collected to withess a game, is certainl y neither the time nor the place to rush around like a crowd of burly bears. We understand that any normal healthy man does not mind a little shoving around , but there are of...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the _inter Ost of The Pennsylvan ia State College. Entered at the Post Office , State _College, Pa. as second class matter. EDITORS . ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘05 , Chief , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05 , T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , W. _3. _DIJMM , ‘06 , ED. PAWKES , ‘06 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAG ER. P. A. RAINEY , ‘07 CIRCULATION MANAGER. H. P. DAWSON , ‘07 Assis’rANT. W. N LE PAGE , ‘_08.
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
CONSTITUTION AND BY LAWS Of The Pennsylvania State Col= lege Athletic Association—Proposed for Adoption Sep= tember , 1904. ARTICLE I . Name and Departments. SECTION 1. This Association shall be known as " The Pennsylvania State College Athletic Association , ‘ and shall be divided into three departm ents —Foot Ball , Base Ball and General Athletic. Sac. 2. The General Athletic Departrn ent shall include all sports excepting foot ball and base ball. ARTICLE _II_. Me,nbersh_,v. SECTION I . This Association shall consist of active and associate members. Szc. 2. All regularly matriculated male students of the College who hav e paid the _athle ~ tic fee are active members. Any male member of the Faculty, an Instructor , or an Alumn us of the institution may become an active member at any time upon the payment of the regular dues to the Treasurer , and having his name recorded by the secretary. Whenever an active member shall fail to pay his dues he shall ~ forfeit his rights as an activ...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
ARTICLE _VI_. Method of Election. SECTION 1. There shall be four polling places, one for Seniors, Preparatory and Irregular Stu den ts, one for Juniors , one for Sophomores , and one for Freshmen. SEC. 2. The election board shall comprise nine members , consisting of a jud ge , four tellers , and four clerks , the jud ge of elections to appoint a teller and a clerk for each polling placd. Sac. 3. The members of the election board shall be appointed by the President of the Athletic Association not earlier than noon of the day of the election. Sac. 4. Elections shall be held one week from the date of the meeting at which the nominations were made and the polls shall be open from 6 to 8 o’clock p.m., closing pro mptly at 8. Sac. 5. Each member shall present his ballot at his class polling place. The clerk shall record the name of each voter in a manlier determined upon by the election board prior to the opening of the polls. Sac. 6. In counting the votes, after the polls are closed, th...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
innings in each of seven regularly scheduled games. The regularly elected and acting Manager for the season shall also be awarded the ‘Varsity S. _Sca. 8. The Base Ball S shall be the sam e as the Foot Ball , S described in Article VIII , Section 9, except tha t the S may be worn only on the shirt , coat or uniform during a game or during practice. ARTICLE X. General Athletic Department. - SECTION _1. The control of the Gen eral Athletic Department shall corres pond to that of the Base Ball Depart . ment as in sections _1 , 2, 3, 4 and 5 excepting that the Captain for the fo) lowing year shall be elected immediate ly after the last track meet of the season Sac. 2. Requirements for wearing the Track S shall be as follows : (a) To break a Pennsylvania State College record under condition of article X section 6. (b) To take first or second place in two regularl y scheduled intercollegiate meets unless members of the Track Team of the preceding year declare other wise and report the sam...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
Alumni Notes B. H. Sharpe , ‘03 is Electrical Engineer for the Sharpless Separator Company of West Chester , Pa. - R. J. D. Hoover ‘00 is supervisor of signals for the Pennsylvania Railroad with headquarters at Bradford Ohio. C. M. Green ‘91, is doing some interesting work on the Mercury Vapor Rectifer for alternating currents in lighting work. H.S. Lightcap of last years class is with the McClin ~ ic’ Marshal .. onstruction Company. His present _:.1-dress is 107, AlIen Ave., Pittsburg. F. F. Weld ‘93 has left the Illinois Sieel Company and is designing re-enforced concrete structures for the Trussed Concrete Company of Detro _it , Mich. C. C. Chesney ‘85 , is also mentioned in the Electrical World and Engineer of Feb. 11, as a good man to elect as a manager of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers at the coming election. George R. Wieland ‘93, has prepared a " Memoir on Fossil Cycads " which will be published by the Carnegie Institution of Washington : and the Trustees hav...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 February 1905
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