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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
Freshman Banquet. Although coming little later in the term than has been the custom for a year past , the Freshman class pulled off their annual banquet very successfully. The incidents connected with the departure for the scene of the festivities, Williamsport , were a little more exciting than last year ’s affair . On the stroke of the 9.30 bell, Wednesday morning, all the members of the class attending recitations and college work in general , dropped whatever they were doing and bolted for the doors. The rendevous was Krumrine’s Crossing on the Bellefonte Central railroad where a special was in waiting to take them directly to _Wihiamsport. The great majority managed to arrive in time but some were compelled to wait until noon. The Sophs were present in force at the station however so the left overs " had to adopt strenuous methods in order to get away. Some drove to Bellefonte while others went around by way of Montandon on the 2.28 from Lemont. There were one hundred and five ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
Calendar. SUNDAY , MARCH _5_th. 11.00 A. M. Chapel. Dr. Gill will preach. 6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. in 529 Main. MONDAY , MARCH 6th. 6.30 P. M. Berzelius Chem. Society. Thespians at Belief onte . Director y. Senior Class—President , P. M. Rainey. Junior Class—President , T. F. _Foltz. Sophomore Class—President , C. R. Stahl. Freshman Class—President , W. T. Dunn. Alumni Association—President , G. M. Downing ‘88. Athletic Association—President , H. D. Easton. Football—Captain , Edgar G. Yeckley ; Manager , R. W. Bair. Baseball—Captain , E. H. Ray ; Manager . B. B. Stamm. Track—-Captain , .3. E. Hornbaker; Manager , C. H. Williams. Basketball—Captain , W. R. Dunn; Manager , C. H._Wiiliams. Mandolin Club—-Leader , R. P. Farrington. Orchestra—Leader , C. P . Stewart. Band—Leader , E. E. Godard. La Vie Board—Editor-in-chief , 0. C. Hays ; Manager , W. Y. Heaton. Thespians—President , G. L. Hoffman. Manager—W . H. McDowell. It is reported that W. R. Gorham ‘04 has given up his position as an...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
LOCALS W. W, _Hopkinson , formerly of Purdue University, has entered college. . - R. W. Ewing ‘06, left College on Tuesday the 28th. He expects to enter business. What shall it profit a man iE he tutor five hours a week and flunk the re-exams ? W. G. Femuth ‘07, owing to the illness of his father , has been obliged to leave college. W. G. Miller , State student secretary of the Y. M. C. A. was a visitor at the College last week . Chas. G. Yocum ‘08 who had been quite ill , has recovered and is now attending his regular work. John E. McCauley ‘07 has left college to take a position with Solid Steel Casting Co. at Chester , Pa. P. M. Rainey, president of the senior class, has been confined to his bed for the past week with the grip . Any body can knock on some things , but it lakes a college s ~ _udcnt to knock systematically on everything. Washington ’s Bin hday was obseiveJ about as usual here. All College exercises for the day terminated at 12.10. Owing to a conflict of dates the e...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
Y. M. C. A. N otes Mr. S. M. Sayford , whose addresses to the student s here last week were productiv e of so much good , has gone to Grove City and Washington and Jefferson colleges where he will continue his evangelistic work. The current number of the Intercollegian gives some interesting statistics of the Bible Study movement among the fraternities. In 19 institutions Bible classes have been organized in 68 different fraternities with a total membership of 7 _~ o8. Among these fr aternilies the following are represented by chapters at State : Beta Theta Pi , Kappa Sig ma, Phi Delta Theta , Phi Gamma Delta , Sigcna Alpha Epsilon , and Sigma Chi. The latest reports from the Association in the iViilitary Academy at West Point present some remarkable fac ~ s. Tnere are 370 _metitbers in the As ~ ociation with 260 cadets enrolled in 35 Bible study gcoups. The recent lecture given by Mr. Takasugi on the subject of the Japan-Russian v.’ar netted about twenty-three doll ars for the Assc...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
TECHNICAL REVIEW About fifteen citizens within a fourth of a mile radius of the center of the town of Northbor o , Mass., are forming a co-opetative private electric light plant. A gasoline engine and a direct current dynamo of about two or three hundred lights capacity will probably be installed. A report to the Academy of Sciences of Paris on the result of an experiment with ficur treated in both the ordinary way and by _electi icity, under similar conditions , states that the flour subjected to the electric influence was much lighter in color , but that its taste ar.d odor were far inferior to that of flour treated by the ordinary method. Reference ~ were made in these columns two months ago to the results of tests on a ten H. P. steam turbine of the DeLaval type , made by the Prescott Manufacturing Co., of Philadelphia. This turbine now forms part of the permanent apparatus for testing purposes in the . Experimental Engineering Laboratory. When tested in December the steam consu...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
COLLEGE ORBIT As a result of the recent trouble at the Massachusett s Agricultural College at Amherst, Mass., the entire Senior class has voted to withdraw from the college. A short time ago thirty members of the class were declared guilty of ungentlemanly conduct in the classroom. They were given opportunity to make amends but they failed to satisfy the demands of the faculty who then ordered the class to make a public apology. Three Seniors were suspended for a year. The class objected to the suspensions and , as the faculty refused to reconsider their action , the class then decided to withdraw in a body .—Dickinsonian.
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
Thursday, MARCH 2, 1905 EDITORIAL In the North American Review Dr. Charles H. Thwing, president of the Western Reserve Universty, discusses the question "Should college students study ?" It is a timeiy practical topic and deserves most serious consideration. At first sight many arguments on the affirmative side of this proposition will occur to the average citizen. But unquestionalbly the great weight of authority is the other way. Solomon , the wisest of men , who had expert information , declares in the most solemn manner that he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow. It is also proverbial that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. How much more dangerous is a great deal of knowledge. Books , studies and lectures are the greatest drawbacks to the pleasures of college life. Without them the life at the university would be ideal. Living in ~ literary atmosphere, with pleasant rooms and congenial companions , what could be more delightful ? For mathematics and philosophy to ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office , 5tate College , Pa. as second chess matter. EDITORS , ALEX. HART , Jr., ‘05, Chief , F. M. TORRENCE , ‘05 , T . F. FOLTZ , ‘06 , W. 3. DUMM , ‘06 , ED. FAWKES , ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. P. A. RAINEY , 07 CIRCULATION MANAGER. H P. DAWSON , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER W. N. LE PAGE , ‘_08.
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
The Thespians Play. The Thespians , the dramatic organization of the College, made their first appearance of the year in the Auditorium last Saturday evening in "The Boomerang, " a four act comedy. A large and appreciative audience witnessed the performance. The play is filled with funny situations , and is of a nature to bring out the very best acting of each individual. E. G. Bashore ‘05 as leading man takes the part of Courtney Corliss successfully, while J. F. Johnson ‘05 is characteristically, good as Launcelot Bargiss, a liter ary aspirant. Of the others , Heinrich ‘05 as the Italian Palmiro, and Fitzimons ‘05 as Jessie , a maid , were very natural in their parts. On the whole it was a good performance and compares very favorably with the previous presentations of the organization. The Thespians left Monday morning on a tri p to include Hollidaysburg and Tyrone , and will play in Bellefonte next Monday evening. The young people of Hollidaysburg gave a reception and dance in ho...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905
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