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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
The : Pennsy lvania : State : Col lege EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D., L.L. 0., PRESIDENT Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ~~~ FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture , Engineeri ng, Liberal Arts, Mining , and Natural Science, offering thirty-fi ve courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Education—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate. First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February; Summer Session for Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue, bulletins , announcements, etc., address PENN STATE WINS AND LOSES The Affirmativ e Debating Team of F. & M. is Defeated at State College, and our Affirmative is Defnated in Lancaster. In the debating contest between F. & M. and Penn State last Friday evening, the audience witnessed one of the closest contests that ever took place in the ...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
_P _~~ iic ose the speech making ir , that it is in sympathy with the present governmental policies. - Mr. Shearer, for the affirmative, probably rendered one of the best dissertations of the evening. His manner was convincing and his speech clear and direct. He advocated fortification as the only commercial and economical policy. Mr. Nichols very ably established the fact that the United States is strong enough to enforce neutralization. Mr. Stehman for the _affirmative in a well composed discourse called the attention of the audience to the fact , that by fortifying the canal, the United States would act as a beneficial agent to the rest of the world. Mr. Levisee in closing gave an accurate description of the geographical location of the canal . He explained the utter impossibility of attack in case of neutialization , and showed the folly of fortification. His speech was forceful and well balanced. The refutation of both teams was excellent. Several points at issue on both sides ...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
L. Irish, A. K. _Kid , H. Kepner, W. Longenecker, T. McConnell , F. M. Miles, W. H. Nelson, C. L. Nesbitt, S. H. Painter, M. Richie, K. D. Rit tenhouse, E. L. Smith, H. M. Stofflet , 3. Tusiman, F. _lvi_. Walter, P. Weaver. 1911—J. B. R. Dickey, 3. R. Guyer, M. P. Helinan, Wm. Hoffman , W. D. _Meikle, W. McMillan, F. Mott, W. N. Neidig, W. N. _Reits, H. E. Rowe, 0. Smith, R. D. Spencer, W. Webber, H. E. Wells, A. D. Grazier, Ex-’O8, W. K. Mc-Dowell, Ex-_’_09, R. H. Smith, ‘OS, P. Edwin Thomas. ‘09. F. M. Tor- rence, ‘05. Locomotive and Dynamometer Car Donated to the College. The old locomotive number 01001 and the dynamometer car number _495592, which the Pennsylvania Railroad company loaned this college in 1906 and 1911, respectively, h ’ve been donated to the college. The donation resulted on action by the Roard of Directors of the railroad company at a meeting held by that body on February 14. At the suggestion of the railroad officials , the present lettering and numbering will ...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
~~~ . ~~~~ . _~~~ s’ _‘? ~ _ottsoT_’ ~ a\ _1 ~ _aT_\_oT V ~ t _t_._a_,.t _Cotte ~ t ~~~~ I-lair CuttIng a SpecIalty Mole s and Warts Removed Dr. Weber Made Addresses. On Feb. 23 and 24 Dean Weber addressed the School Directors’ Convention of Lebanon County at Lebanon. During the past week he attended the meeting of the Department of Superintendence of the National Educational Association, held at St. Louis. Professor Diemer was a guest of Dean Goss, of the University of Illinois, at Coatesville, Pa., last week while Dean Goss was conducting a series of tests on a new type of locomotive fire box constructed by the Jacob Shupert Fire Box Co. cD. F. _~~~ I-I _P_0 W HA RNESS MAKER Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE can be kept clean _5_y washing with soap and water _‘ _lao can stand on it when empty. The best LOW PRICE saitnano mode J. B. MINGLE Shoemaker NGLE _, Shoemake r Soles sewed or stitched by Champion stitcher. W. C. KLIN E Mien Street South Allen street
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
be 1Rfttan _Inn State _gouege UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES P AIKENS THE HOME OF THE PENN STATE FOOTBALL TEAM THEIR FRIENDS WILL ALWAYS RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION _I don ’t talk ; _I make signs Lettering of tr unks and _,_uit case, my specialty . _Poster , show and display card. CRAS. A. WOMER , State College H. _IVI. Meyers First Class : Restaurant Ice Cream and Confectionery 106 EAST COLLEGE AVENUE Lock Haven Steam Laundry son _nero _0_l_0_. DEAR _INSPLCT_5OM - at LOWEST PRICE S Your Patronage SolIcIted _sTuo _EPrr AGENTS A. L. Sherman _‘14 H.W. Stlner ‘13 ~ ~
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
~ 11 ~ e Royal Union Mutual _o Des Moines , _Iowa Has never lost a dollar either in principal or interest. Its policies are protected by a deposit with the state. They have made the best settlements ever made by any insurance company. They have the lowest participating premiums. They earn more money on their invested funds than any other company doing business in _Penpsjlvania. JAMES I. THOMPSON General Agent Lemont Pa ~
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 7 March 1912
_Ceatin ued from paee _I_. formances. Her friend _"Emilie_," was represented by Miss Sibyl Davis in a most pleasing style. Probably the most difficult role of the cast was that of "Professor Walter Stern " which was enacted by F. C. Dose in a faultless manner. Mr. Dose filled his part so well and exhibited his many abilities in so skilled a manner that he never failed to please the audience. The other members of the cast left hothing undone in contributing their share to the show. "Fritz von Brunnen" taken by C. R. Gerth; A. J. Helfrecht as "Em Lohndiener;" Elsie H. Ernst as "_Em Dienstmadchen;" Prof. Fehr _i ~ Ei Herr;" Mrs. Fehr as "Seine Frau" and Katheryn Etters and Martha Davey as "Ihre zwei Tochter" completed the cast. Post Festum was a success especially when it is considered that there are more difficulties encountered in the production of an interesting German play than in any other. Thus the Verein is to be congratulated not only for this performance but also for those ot ...