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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
YALE UNIVERSITY W 3TLING SQUAD BUCKNELL D1 FEATEI Penn State Five Wins ~ From Bucknell in Basketball in a Fast Rough Game—Score ~ 5-17. Last Friday night th’l Penn State five outclassed the Bt ,cknell quintet in an intensely _intei ~ sting basketball game which was _ch aracterized throughout by rougF ~ ness. The home team was especially strong defensively in the first ~ half _. allowing the vis tors but a single field goal. Penn State—35 B _~ iclcne11—17 Craig f _ilartholomew Shore f _Fulmer Hartz c Fisher Mgu the - _- — ~ ç I ~~~~ (Wright, Park) Blythe g Zehner Field goals—Shore 6, Hartz 5, Park 4, Craig, Fulmer 2, Bartholomew 2. Foul goals—Shore _S out of’_?, Bartholomew 9 out of 14. Time of game—Two 20 minute :_halves_. Referee—Wallace, Bellefonte. THE YALE MEET. Strong Delegation Coming to Meet Penn State on Saturday Night. In the coming wrestling meet to be held in the Armory on Saturday between Yale University and Penn State, Yale will be represented by the following line-up: ...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
BIG THESPIAN SHO V "The Commandant" on March 15_’_, Promises To Be Best Show Ever. Strong in Cast and Chorus —Elaborate Scenery and Dazzling Costumes. Three weeks from to-morrow night the Thespian organization will produce its annual show, prior to the extended trip which will be made by the thirty-two actors and actorines ~ n the first week in April. Coach Downing is working his men night and day to produce a show which will equal and indeed surpass all past productions given - _~ 1 ~~ ~ rg ~~~ .z ~ :::, ~~~~~~~~~~ pr. ~ _sen ~ it would seem that such will surely be the result. Novelty dances will be introduced , the equal of which has not been seen in any of our modern ball rooms. The ban has not been placed on the Turkey Trot or the Hula Hula but rather two more striking and graceful dances. notably the "Japanese Glide" and the "Camel Ride" will be presented to the followers of the Thespians on Friday, March 15. The first scene laid in the Armory at Penn State presents an entirel...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
CORNELL WRESTLERS WIN FIRST MEET Penn State Wrestling Team Loses to Cornell 12-6___-Shollenberger and Fulkman Secure Falls. Scoring two falls and three decisions to our two falls, Cornell defeated Penn State i ~ a very fast meet at Ithaca _Fi ~ c _~~ ._’ night. The bouts were all closely contested, several bordering on the sensational order. The only exception to intercollegiate rules under which the meet was held was the fact that, if a man secured a hold on the mat _~ and _wa ~ —forccd _off_; thc ~ _~ _vrestI_! ~ g was continued on _•the floor. Three points were given for a fall and two for a decision. The bouts were all interesting and a large number of students witnessed the contest. Decisions were given on rolling falls, a rule that our men were unused to. The 115 pound match started the meet with a rush. Mason of Cornell showed aggressiveness at the beginning, but Park secured the advantage for two minutes by an arm roll. Mason was given the decision in nine minutes. In the 12...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
utes 31 second by a half Nelson and body hold. This bout which result- ed in a fall for the Blue and White was the fastest of the evening. Great credit is due Fulkman , especially as the Cornell meet was his first varsity contest. After 50 seconds of grappling Shollenberger went to the mat with Stokoe. Shollenberger’s experience enabled him to win a fall from his opponent by a bar lock and head hold in 3 minutes and 39 seconds. Shaw’s fall from Very in the 158 pound class came as a surprise. After a minute the men closed and went to the mat with Very on top. Shaw won the event by a double arm roll, securing a fall in 4 minutes 36 seconds, In the 175 pound class, Captain Lesh was thrown by Bame in 7 minute 51 seconds on a half Nelson and bar lock. Lesh secured a neck chancery, but Banie pushed it off before the fall. Pive minutes of grappling in the heavy weight bout between Captain Collins of Cornell and Lamb resulted in no advantage on either side, Collins then took the offensive a...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
The Y_. M. C. A. and the Sigma Chi fraternity substantially helped Mr. Woods of Shingletown , who was recently burned out, and who has lost everything. Besides the parents, there was a family of five children. _______________ Varsity baseball practice at 2 o’clock this afternoon (Thursday).
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
Penn State Ilegian Published on _ThurnUa ~ _cc each _weal, daring the goth _ic year by the _stu&_._d.ts of ‘Tile _Peon_.,_leacn ia State College in the ,nt_,_re _:t of the _Stod_,_at,. Fan sit,. Alumni and Friend, of th_, _cati_,_a_,. Entered at the _Postofffge. _5tete College , Pa _._0_l _cecjn d eta,, matter Editor In Chi ef W. S. KRIEBEL , J R., ‘12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 _Xl_. M. EVANS, ‘13 M. ~~ . KRIMMEL , ‘13 J. D. HOGARTH , 14 F. C. DOSE. 14 ness Manager K. A. JAMES, ‘12 _Astlstsnts H. S. COCKLIN, ‘12 THEO. LENCHNER . ‘12 M. M. GRUBBS, ‘13 B. _Xl. HENDERSON , _‘_11 SUBSCRIPTION. _6 _lOp er yeor or $1.60 if paid within 30 _dat_, _site, late of ,ub,_eriptlnn. THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1912 Smoking In direct opposition to in Armory. the request of the management of the various teams which use the Armory, that no smoking be done while such teams are in the building, on numerous occasions within the past few weeks smoking has been...
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
quality Students Should do More Technical Reading. The School of Engineering through a committee especially appointed by Dean Jackson has done considerable work the past few weeks in bettering the facilities of ±e Reading Room in the Engineering Building, The room has been rearranged , racks have been installed. To help the students in selecting articles of interest, the instructors in the Engineering School will post a list about twice a month which shall be selected from all of the current magazines and engineering papers. About seventy-five technical magazines are now being regularly received at the School Library and an effort has been made in the selection of these to accommodate the wants of the departments and students. The committee would be glad to hear of any good papers or magazines not yet being received in the Reading Room. It is desired here to call the attention of the students to the facilities offered and to urge a wider use of the literature on various t ~ _eôiuBjd...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
C. P. Miller. The Band Concert. The old saying runs—music bath ifs charm—of course that means real music, and well may the production of Penn State’s Cadet Band be classed as such. Any person, that attended the concert last Sun ~ day evening whose feelings were not aroused, and who was not inspired to some degree at least, must have been impregnable. The entire program was rendered in an excellent manner, and martial music, opera selections, and overtures were played with equal proficiency. The second selection was especially gratifying, the style, phraseology, and the complete mastery of the diverse intricacies, being beyonc criticism, which attested to previous hard work on part of the band. Great credit is due to the leader, and to his musicians, for the pleasure which they gave to the audience, which is in hopes of hearing another band concert in _thc near future. The Program was as follows:— March—Washington Grays, Grafulla; Overture—Orphensinder Un terweld
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
the loss of a faithful and beloved friend , we find cèmsolation in the belief that it is well with him for whom we mourn. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of the deceased as ~ token of our respect and veneration for the departed, and a cc ~ py be put in the Penn State Collegian. Signed Wi’liam Hannum B. Reed Henderson Whereas, God ~ in his infinite wisdom has seen it fit to remove by death our belovec ~ classmate, F. R. Brown, be it reso_] ~ ved that the class of 1915 of the Pennsylvania State College extend _it ~ sincere sympathy to the family in their bereavement. Furthermore b ~ it resolved that a copy of these res ~ lutions be entered upon the class mtnutes and be published in the Periin State Collegian. Be it also resoltved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family. Committee, ~ oy L. Laugdon _—. ames S.-Beatty---
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
which was deep and broad , his genial spirit, his gift of comradeship, his enthusiastic love of all that is best in literature and art , his fearless spirit which always condemned snobbery and bigotry and narrowness of view, and his steadfast faith in man and in God, have become not only a part of the priceless memories of the Club, but they have enwoven themselves into its very fabric. He will be to it not only a precious memory and tradition , but, what is far more, one who will always stand as its ideal of culture and comradeship and fearlessness for truth and right. From his urn he will still rule us. We therefore while we express our sympathy with his bereaved friends, would register also our solemn sense of gratitude for his life which we were permitted so long to share and that has left so deep an impress not onl y upon our club but also upon our college and our community.
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
was sung by the Company. Mr. Flora’s beautiful solo, "Mona," and a well played piano solo, " Rigoletto," by Miss Ochs, completed the first part of the program. Part two consisted of a gypsy scene, in costume, introducing Gypsy songs from "The Bohemian Girl," _"_II Trovatore," and other operas. In part three the "Hiring Fair," and the "Farm House Scene," from "Martha" were sung by the company,
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
C. E. Meeting Mr. J. S. Crandell discussed European Railways at the regular meeting of the Civil Engineering Society Feb. 15. A’fter the lecture the following officers were elected to serve for the the remainder of the year:_’—Pres. Asplundh E. T., V. P. Valentour L. F., Sect., Jenks E, H., Treas,, Fox C. W. As an executive committee R. A. Caughey_, E. C. Weber , L. W. Fuller and H. E. Watson were chosen Patronize the Collegian ’s Advertisers ~~ _el_1 ~~ font ~~ C _~~ i-itr ~~ l R ~~ i_1r o ~~ d F. H. THOMAS, General Manager BELL EFONTE , PA.
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
W. S. Dye President _F. L. Pattee Secretary Resolutions of Condolence. Whereas, in view of the loss we have sustained by the decease of our dear friend and chaplain , Dr. Gill, and of the still heavier loss sustained by those who were nearest and dearest to him; therefore be it. Resolved, That it is but a just tribute to the memory of the tie- parted to say that who was, in every our respect and _rei Resolved, That dole with the _famiT we mourn for one way, worthy of ard_. ~ we tenderly cony of our deceased chaplain in this hour of trial and affliction which it has pleased Divine _Providionc ~ e to visit upon them. Resolved, That ‘in our sorrow for
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
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