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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
BASKETB4LLL SEASON Varsity Five Wins All Home Games and Two Out of Seven On Foreign Floors. A Complete Summary of the Season. The Penn State 1911-12 basketball season which opened at home last December 3 and closed ~ t South Bethlehem on February 24 was a success, our v_,elI balanced varsity team winning eight ont of thirteen games played. Albright_, Pittsburgh Collegians, Most Alto, Franklin and Marshall, Gettysburg and Bucknell bowed to us in the Armory while teams representing New York U _~ dversity and West Point fell before the sturdy State men on their own floor, On the road the team lost to Manhattan , St. _Johns, Bucknell (awarded), Swartlimore and L _~ bigh. Penn State gained a one-point victory over Albrigh t College in the opening home game. A week later the team took its first Eastern trip which resulted in two victories and two defeats. The New York TJniversity was vanquished by a singl e point and the Army downed _30 to 16, this being State’s first basketball victory o...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
PENN STATE WINS MEET Lehigh Defeated 13-3 Itt Fast Wrestling Meet—-Visit_’ _rs Get Only One Decision and One Lraw. Afte r gaining vici Dries over _Pi_!_ij _cet ~ n and Penn he Lehigh wrestling team met ckceat at the hands of the Blue and White team last Saturday ni ght in the Armory. Sbollenbe .gez and Lamb each got a fall , while Captain Le’th , Fulkman and Very were give" decisions. Jones lost to Cornell cn a decision and the bput between Callender and St. John was declared a draw. Throughout the _tvho_1_’ ~ contest thf work of both teams was very fast and aggressive. The -large ciowd that was gathercd to witness the second home match thoroughly en joycd ~ nd appreciate I the good tvork of the wrestlers , and at the same time had lots o fun at different pet _loris , th is heir _g particularly noticeable when in Lesh’s bout Referce "Pop " Goidenvas foraminrite pinned _to the mat ~ y both men while he was _watchin _~ : clotely for an attempted fall by Lesh. The bout betwern Cox , of...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
LIBERAL ARTS PLAY Excellent Cast Scores Hit in Production on Saturday Night. Great Part of Success Due to Coaching of Prof. Dye. Oliver Goldsmith’s "She Stoops to Conquer " scored a uni que success last Saturday night, when it was presented by the Liberal Arts Society to the State College lovers of the drama. A full cast of nineteen characters , all well adapted by nature to their parts, rendered this comedy as lively and as opportunely as it hail ever been five generations ago. Miss Jean _McNarney and Miss Winifred Burrows, acting the parts respectively of Mrs. Hardcastle and Miss Kate Hardcastle, performed their parts with grace and dexterity; while Miss Lawsing, in the character of Miss Co’istcince Nev _ille, pleased the audience with the same high quality of dramatic art ns she displayed a week ago in "The College Boy ’s Wedding." On numerous occasions the audience bellowed with laughter through the perfectly natural way in which "Young Marlow" and "Tom _Lumpkin "—Mr. Gilligan a...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian Pubtislmed ns _Timurs day of curb verb ,iueiee the _cohiem. c sear hy the student , of inc Penn _syisanma Stute College is the interes t of tIme Students. Far _ulty . Aiumnt and Friend s of the esitege Enteerd at the _Postoff ire . State _cnilcge , Pu .. as _.ecand class msttcr _SUBScRiPT _ION . 30 per year or _$1.25 if p aid within _30 day, after _La te uf sub scri p t _ion THURSDAY, MAR. 7, 1912 Difficulties of The difficulties un-Our Basket- der which our vari.all Team. sity basketball team labored this winter were many. During the present season it was compelled in many cases to play on large floors such as those at West Point and State, and again it had occasion to work on cigar box sized floors as those at Bucknell and Lehigh. The floor rules at the various institutions differed. Then aga i n the team was called upon to play under two sets of rules, the Intercollegiate and the National. The National rules in action at the Manhattan game last December cons...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
ROTAS H _.:_t _~ ?_t ~~ _ -- _uruni _‘ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ 1 _~ c _‘ _-_\_- ~ _I_.’ ii’flUfl _g Necessity or choice makes grain far, _,_s. ‘_li _~ c’ iiicreastng Cost of labor _‘_1 i _, " ~~~~~~~~~ and _lai_,,_t deitiand hig her _:_~ _ie_1_,_Ie per acre. _I _l ~ After the _rn_,,,_iu _ri _,_l _resour c ~ s of the _f_,nrm , ~~ inclu ding clover , lt avc _lisel _ii _~ ed, a further _IT_,ci-L- _._ne per acre, at ~~‘ _sm all _cost. _iii _, lie _m _mdc by _imsimm g commercial pl._imm t fimods as supp le. meal— . ‘l ime pm ittLipal _imsmn eral ingred ient _if gramim is Potash. A grain kr lilizsr _slimed_, 1, _ilmc _rsilm _,r c , coni,mim’ enoug _h Potasim , r _evel _lisa_,_’ (‘ per _ccmi t., lmetlei in pm, _cciii., to _bslatmm_,e time oilier piatmi foods , _ss ~~ ‘ _le _~ s _prmss _lmmce means grair _anml _pis sem i _lmmml _gimmg . Jtst your dealer to carry goods of _th is _lsi_,mml ,m_,,ml Pmmtaslm _s _mIls tm, _mmlii tm br, mmmd— loss ii- _Potash . Potash Pays sehmeim you misc _emmoc tg _...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
Cdhtor in Chile ! W. S. KRIEBEL , JR., ‘12 _Aushsta nt Emhhter W. P. LITTLE, ‘12 _Aouo ~ hate EdItors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 H. M. EVANS , ‘13 M. s,.. _KRIMMEL , ‘13 J. D. IIOGARTH , 14 F. C. DOSE , 14 Business Manager E. A. JAMES , ‘12 Assistants H . S. COC KLIN , ‘12 THEO. I_,ENCHNER , ‘12 H. _K. GRUBBS , ‘13 B. H. HENDERSON. ‘13