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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

Potter-Ho y Hardware Co Has always been , and con tinues to be, HEADQUARTERS FOR ANYT J-iJNG you may want in the HARDWARE line We solicit your patronage The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co BE LLEFONTE. PA

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

"KNACK" or "KNOW-HOW" in Clothes Making, call it what you will , "SIM" models embody it . They press their claim upon ycur attention by the distinctiveness of the patterns , the ex-Icellency of the workm anship and thei r conformity to thi’ latest whisper of the mode. Prices are their winning features , because they ’re just moderate Lenough.

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

Flash Lights ! Who lakes _th em ? d . d. MORGAN, ROOM 564.. MAIN BLD

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

S. W. KAL IN HATIER AND R’IEN’S FURNISHER Stud ents ’ headquarters for Hats , Neckw oar , Fancy Shirts , Hosiery. Underwear , Gloves , and Sweaters STATE COLLEGE _- PA.

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 2 March 1905

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

Class Trial Debate On Friday evening the freshman trials for the inter-class debate were held in Room 20, Engineering building. The proposition for discussion was the one to be debated by the classes: "Resolved , that the United States should abandon the Protective Tariff at this time. " The judges were Drs. Pond and Runkle, and L. B. Smith , 06, and the following men were chosen to represent the class: R. M. Remick, W. F. H. Wenzel , and H. M. Braucher. The sophomore trials were held Saturday evening in the Old Chapel , the discussion being on the same question. The judges , Dr. Runkle , Dr. Gill , and Prof. Garver chose as representatives of the class, C. V. Woodward , C. R. Stahl and J. M. McDowell , with F. B. Garrahan alternate. The date of this inter-class contest will be announced later. Both sides are well chosen and each is determined to win . ‘07 Preps. The Preps of the class of 1907 banqueted at Harrison ’s restaurant , Saturday evening, March 4th. Twenty-one of the origi...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

Berzelius Club At a well attended meeting of the Berzelius Chemical Society held at 6.30 last Monday evening, the annual eastern trip was discussed at some length. Dr. Pond was present and gave an outline of what the trip will include this year. He was followed by Mr. Rentschler , who gave a very interesting account of the trip of 1903. The excursion as outlined this year will include points of interest about New York and Philadel phia. Assembling in New York on Monday morning, Mar. 27 , the students will spend a few days in that vicinity and leave for Philadelphia on the 31st. Many prominent industries have already signified their consent to allow the classes to visit their plants and Dr. Pond anticipates a very pleasant and prof itable trip . ________________ Ways of a great man oft remind us , That we can be as great as they ; And departing, leave behind us Wise things that we didn ’t say. —Ex.

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

Heaton , _ Captain At a meeting of the members of the Varsity basketball team last Monday, W. Y. Heaton. ‘06, was elected captain for next year. Heaton played a steady game this year and is about the best man for the position. We are sure he will make good. The training table was discontinued on Sunday Next Saturday the Varsity will enjoy a banquet at Harrison ’s. The games that remain are the scrub game with Wihiamsport High School and the class games.

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

A. A. Meeting A very enthusiastic meeting of the Athletic association was held in the old Chapel last Tuesday evening. For nearly two hours the new constitution was discussed and debated upon. It was finall y sent back to the committee for revisement according to the suggestions offered at the meeting. "Pop " Golden was voted $300 to take a summer tri p in search of athletic material. The committee on bleachers reported that plans for the same had been submitted to builders for bids. The Thespians. A large and enthusiastic audience greeted the Thesp ians at their performance of "The Boomerang, " in Bellefonte , last Monday evening. The people say it was one of the best plays given by the Thespians in years. Specialties were rendered by Fitzimons, in "Fishing, " the 1905 Quartet , and Saunders. All numbers were loudl y applauded and encored several times. The curtain rose at 8.30 and the play lasted until 11 o’clock af ter which the boys were entertained at an orchestra dance given b...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

Base Bali Owing to the short time in which to prepare for the Southern baseball trip , Captain Ray has selected 17 of the most prominent candidates from which to select a team. Indoor practice is a handicap at the best but the team is steadil y getting into shape. It is hoped that mother earth will throw off her winter robe in time to give the boys a chance on the athletic field before thir departure.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

Calendar. FRIDAY , MARCH _10th. 6.30 P. M. M. E. Society SATURDAY , MARCH _11. Varsity Basketball banquet . SUNDAY , MARCH 12. 11._OO A. M. Chapel. 6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. in 529 Main . MONDAY , MARCH 13. 6.30 P. M. Berzelius Chem. Society. TUESDAY , MARCH 14. 6.30 P. M. C. E. Society. WEDNESDAY , MARCH 15. 6.30 P. M. E. E. Society. Directory. Senior Class—President , P. _lvi_. 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._Williams. Mandolin Club—-Leader , R. P. Farrington. Orchestra—Leader , C. P. Stewah . Band—Leader , E. E. Godard. La Vie Board—Editor-in-chief , 0. C. Hays ; Manager , W. V. ...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

LOCALS The basketball team lined up for their pictures last Monday. Prof. 3. P. Jackson was out of town on Monday of this week. 3. K. Herr ‘08, has left College to take a position in Arkansas. Miss Helen H. Atherton has been spending a few days in Scranton. Prof. A. H. Espenshade recently went New York for eye treatment. Below-grade notices are numerous this month. Were you remembered ? Prof. Joseph M . Willard spent Inauguration Day, March 4, at Washington , D . C. Prof. I. L. Foster has been absent for a days , attending the Inauguration at Washington. Harry Draper Easton was confined to his room a couple of days last week with tonsiitis. C. W. Lawrence, of the engineering department. is receiving congratulations. It’s a boy. Prof. Fehr was confined to his home on account of sickness , the fore part of the week. P. M. Rainey, ‘05 , who has had a great deal of trouble with his ear last week , is about again. The stag dance held in the armory on Saturday evening was a great success ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

TECHNICAL REVIEW. The Cuban Government has granted the Berlin Wireless Telegraph Company permission to establish two stations on the island. A sixty inch telescope, the largest of its kind in actual use, has been installed in the astroncmical observatory at Harvard University. The mechanism will be operated entirely by electricity. The general Electric Company has established wireless telegraph communications between Schenecta d and Lynn. It was found that messages intended for the Maiconi station at Cape Cod could be received at Schenectady. Orders have been filed with the Westinghouse Company to equip a power house for the electrical operation of gold dredg ing boats in Alaska. Dawson City will be the location of the power house and arrangements will be made by which the boats , when in position £pr dredging, can be electrically connected to feed wire extending along the river. An extensive use will be made of electrical machinery. The Parsons steam turbine will act as prime mover...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

University incurs an average annual expense of $1_.00 per man for instruction , Columbia and Barnard about $300, Harvard about $300 and Yale over $200. The famous Harvard class of 1880 of which President Roosevelt is a member , will celebrate its twentyfifth anniversity next June by making the college a gift without restrictions of a hundred thóus and dollars in cash. Library Notes. Hours—7-55 A. M. to 10 P. M. There still seems to be some question as to the classes of books , and the relations of readers thereto , perhaps a plain re-statement will be helpful. Copies of the Regulations may be obtained at the Library. The Library is primarily a reference library. The greatest good to the greatest number is thus assured , the entire resources of the Library being directly available at all times to any reader or student. Limited circulation privileges are, however , provided. All books in the Library belong to one of three classes, designated (R) , (C), and (R C) respectively. The (R )...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

The Hewer The life of George Grey Barnard , the sculptor , to whose generosity we owe the beautiful plaster model of "The Hewer" in the entrance of the Auditorium , should serve as an inspiration towards higher efforts for every college man. He has now complete charge of the sculpture work for the new Capitol at Harrisburg, which fact alone shows his success. He was born at Belief onte in 1863, lived until his twelfth year on the shores of the great lake near Chicago, and until sixteen in Iowa , on the banks of the Mississippi. He was the son of a clergyman of broad sympathies, but it • was from his mother , chiefly, that he derived his artistic temperament. He was a close student of nature both in the mineral and in the animal kingdoms. When only fifteen he was an expert taxidermist. His whole student life was one of struggle for the necessities of life. With $89 he lived a whole year in Chicago , drawing and modeling for the Chicago Art Institute. Here he received his first work a...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

Thursday, MARCH 9, 1905 EDITORIAL Owing to an oversight all the copies of the COLLEGIAN for_- November 17 have been sent out , consequently this issue is absent from the file in the COLLEGIAN room. If any student has a copy of this number and does not care to save it he will confer a great favor on the board by dropping it in the box of Room 323, Main. With a record of six victories in eight games, State closes a brilliant basketball season. The Wilkesbarre team , which was scheduled to play on the tenth , cancelled its game, and as another good team could not be secured in so short a time, it was decided to call it off. The season was an unusually successful one. Altoona A. A., Wyoming Seminary, Dickinson , (two games,) Pennsylvania , and Franklin and Marshall were beaten while Swarthmore and Altoona are responsible for the two defeats. With the excep- tion of Cal Mcorhead , who by the way is no spring chicken at the game, this year ’s team was the same as last year ’s. Dunn gradua...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 9 March 1905

STATE C OLLEG I AN Published on Thursday of each week durin g the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania _5tate 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. _._1. DUMM , ‘06, ED. FAWKES, ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 ~~~ . B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. P. A. RAINEY , ‘07. CIRCULATION MANAGER. H. P. DAWSON , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER W. N. LE PAGE , ‘_08.

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