Elephind.com contains 28,630 items from Penn State Collegian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 22 February 1912
_11e Q ality Shop An eitsblishment which is noted for ilu fine quality _oi _Iciler preas printing . _. _• Every order receives the personal atte ntion of the manager _thai insuring perfect _satisfaftion The Niftany _Priui ~~ av _. _tL _~ —- Publishing Company v State College ~ ~
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
BASXETB4LL CLOSES Penn Sta te Ended Season by Los_’ lug Close Game to Lehigh—Buck. nell and Swart hmore Also Play. ed. The Penn State Quintet opened its three game basketball trip last Thursday night, with Bucknell as opponents. The first score of the Bucknell game came as a result of Blythe’s neatly executed shot from the center of the floor. Bucknell , however, soon gained the lead which it retained until the breaking up of the game just five minutes previous to the ringing of the final bell. The first half ended with an eleven to eight score in favor of the Lewisburg team. On Friday night the team lost after a hard struggle to the strong Swarthmore College Five by the score of 22 to 20 in a cleanly played game. Our varsity, as a whole, showed ability and cleverness in following and recovering the ball. Hartz was the individual hero, his covering of Gilchrist being especially good. State scored three goals from the floor in the first half against Swarthmore’s two , and four in the...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
ford , Mr. Golden ~ _iii have tile support and best _ii islles from thousands of _~ t _~ unifli and studients of Penn Sta le. / CHURCH ‘ DEDICATION Dedication Week Program o ~ St. Paul’s Methodist Episcopal Church—Many Prominent Speak ~ ers and Special Events. The fine new Methodist Episcopal church , recently completed , will be formally given over to divine service on next Sunday evening, March 3, at 7_:30 p. m., by Bishop McDowell , of Chicago, who will preach the dedication sermon. Rev. J. McKendree _Reiley, pastor of the new church , has prepared a "dedication week program " which will take place during the week from March 3 to March 10. Bishop McDowell will preach on Sunday at the morning service at 10 o’clock , and at Sunday school the young people will be addressed by President _Eveiand, of Philadel o ~~ 6_iiefi ~ With a lasting regret tor having Bloomsburg. On Monday evening Bishop McDowell will lecture on "The Far East." Mr. S. Dwight Smith , of Pittsburgh will give an org...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
YALE LOSES TO STATE Shtill and Strength _0_± Blue and White Wrestlers To’ Much for - the Easterners—Captain Lesh , Shollenberger dnd Park Secure Falls. Before the largesr crowd that ever gathered in the Armory to witness an athletic cont ~ st the Penn State wrestling team defeated Yale last Saturday _n ight by a score of six to one. Our _teaii ~ last week more than duplicated the splendid work of last year at Ya’e where the final score was four to three in our favor. The seating _~ rrangeme’lts in the Armory were good and comfortably accommodatec _1 the large audience-which was con’iposed of a large number of house party guests and visitors from surrounding towns besides almost the en ire student body . The contest was offic iated in exceptionally good form, Mr. J. Y. Cameron being referee and Winter of Yale and Lewis of S_:ate judges . The double-Nelson , st ~ a igle-lock, and hammer-lock holds were barred. Each bout counted one point , whether won by fall or decision Falls on mat ...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
FEr LOWS. THIS IS A REAL PLAY. The cast for this performance is an exceptionally strong one. Some of the members of the company are old favorites; some are new ones. All are good. Miss Burrows, who was such a hit as the athletic girl last year will have the part of Kate Hardcastle, the girl who stoops to conquer; Miss Mc-Narney will keep you in a roar as _tl ~ e nervous, Mrs. Hardcastle; Miss Lawsing will win new honors in the part of Miss _Neville; Mr. Ross is a hit as the irritable , fussy old Mr. Hardcastle, and Messrs. _Gilli gan and Russel as the prospective husbands of the two girls will show just how you ought to go about it to win that "queen " whose picture hangs over your study table, or rests in your watch case, or over your heart. Garrett as a Tony Lumpkin , the mischief-making son of Mrs. Hardcasthe promises a laugh every minuta he is on the stage. Then there are others, but we cannot tell you all. Come loosen up, and see the best show of the season. Remember it is a re...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
ual development , Mr . Gold _1 en _h as been very influential in all un—proveinents in athletics and equi p—ment made in the last twelve years. After Vice Presid ent \Velsh had failed to secure tile $5, _000 for the establishment of New Beaver Field from tile Legi _~ _lature, during a special trip to 1-Iarrisburg, "Pop " presented the absolute _fleedi s of such an adcli—tional appropriation , tile result being that to-day we have one of the very finest fields in the country. Of _i_’_vlr . Golden ’s plans and construction of New Beaver Field _"_l_’_irike " iViurphy says, "Tile track at State ill a few years ~ ‘_ihl be one of the fastest in the state." Mr. Locke of the Pittsburgh club after making a tour of inspection _hiiaii y planned tile diamond on Forbes Field exactly in accordance with the plans of the _dliamond here. • _\\Titliiii the last twelve years _Ill _~~_fi ~~ sports ilave been _ad ded to our list. Wrestling was intro-
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
team , Scholl, I-Iewitt and 1-larris were the onl y former ‘varsity men to report. In spite of the fact that money for suits had not been secured until the week before the iiiitial game and that football interest was at a minimum , new en—thusiasnl was created and State had a good team. _~~~~~ er _~ [he _I _Sd ~ fMr_. _~ 0_iZt ~T_1 acted in the position of Physical Director , as well as Director of Athletics. Conditions in tile gym—nasiuni were much different from what we find now. The Armory had been boarded wp for two years, about tile only use having been made of it being that oE a dining hail for training quarters. But in 1899 new apparatus was purchased and baths were installed. Besides doing e _~ cceiient work for athletic teams and for individ—
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
W. N. GOLDEN RESIGNS Will Leave Penn State at Close of Present School Year to Engage in Business—Hag Been Athletic Director for Twelve Years. Mr. W. N. _Golden , Director of Athletics at the _Penns ~ _lvaij _ia State College for twelve years, has resigned his position and will engage in the insurance business. President Sparks has accepted the resi gnation and the matter S _will he brought before t _h e Trustees of the college at an early date. Mr. Golden _\_vihI continue to act in his official position at the college until t _h e close of _th ~ present college year.
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
Mr. Golden , befo re coining here, was engaged in athletic club , college and Y. M. C. A. fields , respectively. ‘When he first took hold of affairs here in 1899, the athletics of the institution were in a much rundown condition. The year before , Yale had beaten us in football , 44—o. and Penn had scored a 47-0 victory ; we were $_i ,8oo _iii debt, and had neither credit nor _money. Tile old men were tired coming out for the footbahi team and when "Pop" called for candidates on his first
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
clucedl by Mr. Golden for the princi pal reason that a substitute for tue "annual campus rush" had to be mache. Many ideas for the improvement of tile students have been advanced and fostered by Ilirn , tile principal ones being the COilstructioil of tile IleW _baseball _grand stand , a swilllnling pool , an indoor cage, a bath house and a substantial home for our athletes. And more nllportant than these w’ith respect to the nationa l idlea of athletics, Mr. Golden has
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
started a widespread feehng in The Natioiiai Colleg iate Athletic association toward the injustice of iiot _illakill g a dhstinction he—t\VCeIl t _h e athletic _stud ent andl the _Irailli) athlete. in iosing Mr . Golden as di- rector of _athietics , the college has lost a iilan who has clone much toward placing our athletics on tue high standling W lliCil it _ilO_\’ _, occupied. In connection with future business with til e _Ph oenix i\lutuah Insurance Co. of 1-lart
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
spectators swarmed out upon the floor , "Pop" Golden ordered our team to the dressing room, and the game was over. Manager Gordon was refused the guarantee, and no ~ ne approached our team afterwards with even a chance surmise as to whether we had enough money to leave town. As a result of this basketball game as but one of a series of unpleasant troubles with Bucknell University, we suggest a cessation of all athletic relations with that institution. No credit comes to us in case of a victory over Bucknell, and as the game is always embittered by the unsportsmanlike conduct of a majority of the members of that institution it would be better to confine our attentions to some clean, hard , fair playing prep school. And we ask that all athletic relations be discontinued until such time that Bucknell takes a decided stand, and places her standard of conduct at least on such a prep school basis. If , after that, the institution proves itself worthy of confidence, negotiations may be reo...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
THURSDAY, FEB. 29, 1912 Athletic Relations No more viv-With Bucknell id comparison University. could have been drawn in regard to College spirit and gentlemanly conduct, than that witnessed by Penn State’s basketball team on its trip last week, first at Bucknell , and then as the guests of Swarthmore and Lehigh. Immediately upon arrival in Swarthniore and in South Bethlehem , the manager of the home team in each case did every thing in’ his power to make this visit of the Blue and White team as pleasant and entertaining as possible, and there was no let-up in Courteous treatment as long as the team was in town. There could hav e been no better demonstration of good college spirit and of gentlemanly entertaining. As the other phase of the comparison , the reception at Lewisburg was to say the least, disconcerting at the very start of the game. Although Bucknell’s team and management treated the team in a pleasant, square, manner, the spectators took an entirely different stand. From ...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
who knew him, It is with the sentiment of all our readers, that we express to those of his family who survive him and to his relatives, the most heartfelt sympathy, and the condolences of Penn State. The interment took place on Monday afternoon at 2:30 at Lemont. Indoor Athletic Contest. The enthusiasm and interest in the Inter-school Athletic Contest as arranged by Director Lewis is sadly missing. The great cry of the age is that not enough attention is paid to the individual in connection with physical development. And yet, when a novel plan is suggested by which men can on two evenings of each week do something for their respective schools and at the same time enjoy the use of the gymnasium , the general attitude is one of indifference. In addition to the great good that several hours in this way would do every man who enters the contest, the plans, were it supported by track men, might also aid in develdping much earlier a track team to represent the college in the first me ~ ts...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 29 February 1912
208 211 82 46 28 16 _11 Death of Mr. Wiuiam Thompson. It is with deep regret that we announce to our readers the death of Mr. William Thompson , of Lemont, which took place on Feb. 22. Mr. Thompson who was in New York City, and on the point of sailing for Cuba , was so unfortunate as to become involved in a trolley collision , while riding in an automobile. The effects of this serious accident caused his death. Mr. Thompson attended this institution for some time years ago. He had three sons and one daughter that were graduated from this college. He was President of The Thompson Land and Coal Co. of West Virginia , and he was an Elder in the Presbyterian church of Lemont. The death of Mr. Thompson , who has been a resident in this section _~ nt ifested such an interest in this ins tution , was a keen shock to all