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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
Calendar SATURDAY , MARCH 25. 8.00 P. M. Sophomore—Freshman Debate in Old Chapel. SUNDAY , MARCH 26. 11.00 A. M. Chapel. Dr. Gill will preach. 6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. in 529 Main. _- WEDNESDAY , MARCH 29. 11.10 A. M. Winter term closes. Sophomores 28, Freshmen 21. The Sophomore basketball team defeated the Freshman five by the score of 28—21 last Saturday in the annual contest. The game was hard fought from beginning to end , and although the Sophs took the lead early in the game and held it, the result was more than once in doubt The first half started off with a rush , and it was clearly seen from the beginning that it was to be a "rough house" contest. Both teams were into the game every minute be tween whistles, and followed the ball with a recklessness that has seldom been equaled in the State College Armory. Haverstick , captain of the Sophomores,threw the first goal,while Mc-Ilveen followed almost immediately with another. The first half was played for nearly thirty minutes co...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
Legislators Visit the College Sub-Committees of both the Senate and House Appropriations Committees visited the College last Friday. The Senate Committee was composed of ‘Senators Cumings, Sisson, and Bolard. That from the House consisted Messrs Wayne, Ambler, and Kelsey. Quite a number of members from both branches of the Legislature accompanied the Committees on their visit. The Bellefonie Central special reached the College about nine o’clock and until 11.30 the time was occupied in inspecting the various buildings and departments. A special schedule of practicum had been arranged so that the visitors had an opportunity to observe the students and the various branches of training the College endeavors to impart. At 11.30 the entire student body assembled in the Auditorium where they were addressed by Senators Cummings, Sisson , Gerberich , Irvin and Messrs Wayne, and Ambler of the House Committee. In the afternoon the visitors witnessed physical drill and a special athletic progr...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
d ude thirteen Seniors and about the same number of Juniors. Several students taking allied courses have signified their intention of accompanying the Chemists, so the number will be close to thirty. Leaving Lemont on Saturday morning, the party will assemble at the Broadway Central Hotel on Monday morning at 8.00 a. m., Dr. Clark will be in charge, with Mr. M. J. Rentschler as assistant . Dr. Pond expects to join the excursion on Thursday at Trenton. Dr. F. J. Pond of Stevens Institute. Hoboken , N. J. a former instructor at State, will accompany the party in their visits to plants in New York and vicinity . The Squibb Chemical Co., _Amen can Smelting and Refining Co., Murphy Varnish , Tidewater Oil, Passaic Print Works, Atlantic White Lead , and Columbia University will all be visited. Leaving New York on Thursday morning, a stop will be made at Trenton to visit the Belwark Pottery Co., going to Philadelphia the next morning. Green ’s Hotel at 8th and Chestnut will be the headquar...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
Directory. 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 , J. 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. Stewart. Band—Leader , E. E. Godard. La Vie Board—Editor-in-chief , 0. C. Hays ; Manager , W. Y. Heaton. Thespians—President , G. L. Hoff man. Manager—W. H McDowell. Pharsonians—PreSident F. 3 Saunders. Manager—F. L. Neely.
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
LOCALS The Mandolin and Glee Clubs will give a recital next Friday evening. A. H. Higson and A. W. Bodine, both ‘08 have left college. H. D. Mason ‘07, has been called home on accont of illness in his family. The Phi Delta Theta Fraternity celebrated Alumni Day last Wednesday . F. P. Clappier ‘07, of Minersville, has left college to take a position on a surveying corps. Miss Mary Nitzky of Philadelphia , the President’ s new secretary, arrived in town last Saturday. Miss Florence V. Brown has resigned her position as secretary to the President , and has retwned to her home in Philadelphia. Word has been received that Myron Creese ‘05, who went home a short time ago on account Qf sickness , is doing very well. Prof. H. A. Surface lectured last Friday evening at Lock Haven before a meeting of the Teachers ’ Association of Central Pennsylvania . The Electrical Engineering Society enjoyed a supper at Harrison ’s last Saturday evening. Toasts were responded to by Prof. Jackson , Prof. A....
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
Senior Electrical Theses Arnold is running a test of the commercial electrical methods of preparing Chromium. Kuhn is investigating a commercial method for purifying Aluminium Sulphate. Chnistman and Fredericks have designed and are constructing an electric welding apparatus. Madden and Plank are designing and constructing a constant current transformer. Butler and Creese are testing the different moters in use about the college. Hurst is investigating the electric furnace method for preparing Alumi mum. Eshleman , Weaver and Yarnall are surveying and making plans and specifications for a trolley road from the College to Lemont. Minick and Murray are running a test on- a rotary converter. Lytle is testing the various makes of Watt-meters. Goodman and Kaiser are designing and constructing a double current generator. Rainey and Seguine have designed and are constructing an automatic, electrically controlled street railway switch. Govier and Elliott are making a complete test of a Wagn...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
Not ice Owing to the Spring vacation , there will be no issue of The COLLEGIAN next week. The next number will appear on Thursday , April 6th. Attendance Rules. Believing that the students of the University of Vermont may be trusted with a greater share in the responsibility of their work as regards attendance, the following provisional arrangement , approved by the faculty. will go into effect at the opening of the second half-year. The success and continuance of this plan will depend in a very large measure on the co-operation of the student body in an earnest effort to make the provisional change a success. CLASS ATTENDANCE. It is assumed that each student will attend regularly the exercises of his college course. It is recognized , however , that ~ while a faithful student will endeavor to be present at all exercises, sickness and various unexpected obligations may occasionally prevent him from attending his regular wotk . For a limited number of such occasional absences no excu...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
Thursday, MARCH 23, 1905 EDITORIAL Of what value to the technical student is the study of History? This is a pertinent question brought to the surface again by the agitation and demonstrations of the past few weeks. We make no attempt to arraign either party to this controversy, but believe it is evident to all that neither side has pursued a course which can be considered entirely blameless. The root of the trouble seems to lie in the objection to the announced intention of the instructor in History to raise the standard in that subject; to teach it so that the men would have learned something when they get through ; and to place the course on a level with others in the institution. In plain words , History was to be a " cinch course " no longer. The series of events following the awakening of the Sophomore class to the seriousness of Mr. Ray ’s intentions are too well known to be recounted here. Let it be sufficient to add that no man ever achieved permanent success, no matter how...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Pul lished on Thursday of each week durihg the ~ ollege year _ii ~ the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. _Ei ~ terec ~ 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. 3. DUMM , ‘06, F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 H. D. MASON , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. P. A. RAINEY , ‘07. CIRCULATION MANAGER. H. P. DAWSON , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER W. N. LE PAGE, ‘08.
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
Krumrine & Pearce STATE’S BIG STORE DRY GOODS In all the n ~ _wesi_. effects in Wool and Wash Fabrics GENTS’ FURNISHINGS Tire best _h ire ol’ Shirts, Collins, Ties, Hosiery, Underwear is found _h ere SHOES SHOES SHOES AND _THE N SOME We have more Shoes_.tharr any two stores in town. Try a pair of the State shoes for winter. $3.50 and $4.00 GROCERIES AND TABLE SUPP LIE S The finest and best _h ire in tire city Is found _with ’uq.
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
COTRELL & LEONARD ALBANY _. N. Y. . Makers of CAPS , GOWNS AND H OODS to the American Colleges and Universities. Class Conivacis a Spec ialty. Washington , D. (2. April 14, Villa Nova College at State College. April 20, Lehigh Univdrsity at State College . April 25, Dickinson at Carlisle. April 26, West Point at West Point . April 27, Fordham College at New York City. April 28, Manhattan College at New York City. April 29, Lafayette at Easton. May 5, Dickinson at State College. May 15, Wyoming Seminary at State College . May 19, California Normal at California , Pa. May 20, Wer.t Virginia _Univenity Morgantown , W. Va. May 27, California Normal at State College. May 29, Villa Nova College at Atlantic City. May 30, Princeton at Princeton. June 14, Bloomsburg Normal at State College. (Commencement same. ) A student must have had four years residence at Ithaca before he can receive his A. B. degree. Mohammedan College, Cairo , which was a thousand years old when Oxford was foun...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 23 March 1905
H. D. MEEK , Phar. D P. ‘B. MEEK SPECIAL NO TICE _I We are still making a specialty of the finest School and Col= lege Stationery, also Paul E. Wirt , Parker and Laughlin Fountain Pens. Delicious Soda Water and Choice Cigars. THE DRUG STORE MEEK BROS