Elephind.com contains 14,459 items from 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 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Calendar. FRIDAY , APR Il 7. 8.30 P. M. M. E. Society SATURDAY , APRIL 8. 8.00 P. M. Glee and Mandolin clubs in Auditorium. SUNDAY , APRIL 9. 11,00 A. M. Chapel. Dr. Gill will preach. 6._OO P. M. Y. M. C. A. in 529 Main . TUESDAY , APRIL 11. 6.30 P. M. C. E. Society. WEDNESDAY , APRIL 12. 6.30 P. M. E. E. Society . 7.00 P. M. Natural History Club. Glee and Mandolin clubs at Johnstown. Dining Room Opened. With the opening of the spring session, W. H. Housel threw open the dining room of McAllister Hall to the students . Board is furnished at the rate of $3.25 per week in advance. Meal tickets good for twenty-one meals to be taken any time may be procured for $6.5 ~ Y, although undoubtedly the better way is to become a regular boarder. The dining room is large enough to seat 840 people comfortably, so there will be no crowding, at least this year. Arrangements can be made whereby fraternities or clubs may have separate tables and service, and this privilege will probably be secured to...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Base Ball The Varsity baseball nine left Thursday morning on its South ~ rn trip, and during the week , which State’s students spent at their homes enjoying their spring vacation , the White and Blue ’s ball team was down in the sunny South land doing its level best to dig out a few victories for "Old State." This Southern journey is the first venture of the sort State has ever taken , although away back in 1894 the Varsity nine, with "Charlie" Atherton as captain , invaded Dixieland , and succeeded in defeating Washington and Lee College, 10 to 6, while they lost to University of Virginia, 14 to 4, and Virginia Military Institute 6 to _5. This trip, however, was taken during the month of May, and leaves the honor of the first real training expedition to the team of 1905 under Captain "Harmony " Ray. Emmitsburg, Md., March 31. In the opening game of the season here to-day Mount St. Mary ’s College was defeated by Penn State in a cleanly contested game. McGee was on the firing line f...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
College Opened College opened yesterday morning at 11.00 with chapel exercises in the Auditorium. A large percentage of the students have returned; those who remained here during the vacation are tired of loafing; and every one is, of course, resolved (?) to "brace up" for the spring work. Notwithstanding the enervating influence of the balmy days and the twilight of the evenings it must be evident that there is work to be done, and the time is not far distant when that work will count for success, in the June examinations. The last quarter in the annual race has been begun . Some have dropped by the wayside; others have obtam ed their "second-wind" and are making good. The spring term is the most enjoyable one of the year. Let’s "get into the game," and round-out a successft _~ l college year.
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Musical Clubs The newly organized Glee and Mandolin Clubs will hold their first entertainment next Saturday evening in the college auditorium . This is States first attempt in t _~ iis line ~ nd in order to be a ~ _ucde5s should receive the support of all the students. The clubs will perform at Johnstown on Wednesday, April 12. Dates are also under negotiation with Windber and Altoona. Ab-sent.— "How long did the class-meeting last?" Junior.— ’ ‘Two cigarettes."
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Directory Senior Class—President, P. M Rainey. Junior Class—President, T. P Foltz. Sophomore Class—President, C R. Stahl. Freshman Class—President , W T. Dunn. _Alu mni 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. Hoffman. Manager—W . H McDowell . Pharsonians—President F. J. Saunders. Manager—F . L. Neely.
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
LOCALS The 1906 La Vie has has gone to press. Prof . Willard is spending several weeks in New Hampshire. Trailing arbutus has made its appearance in the surrounding woods. Prof. Pehr had his hands full the fore part of the week tutoring men for the exams. Rainey, ‘07, spent the last few weeks at home recuperating from his recent illness. 3. R. Kelley, ‘06, of Reedsville, has left college. He exp _~ ct ~ to reri ~ ct Septemb er, W. 3. Dorworth , ‘04, spent Sunday, March 26, as a guest of the Sigma Chi Fraternity ~ Ben Kline , ‘06, has been appointed to captaincy to take the place of Bashore , ‘05, resigned. Geo. J. Bailey, ex-07_, is now employed in the Baldwin Locomotive Works at Philadelphia. Mr. Grove, of Baltimore, has taken a position as instructor in mathematics in place of Mr. Ansart, resigned. Mr. A. W. Bodine , ‘08, has left college for about two years . On his return he will take the short course in Agriculture. C. H. Campbell , Jr., ex-07, of West Chester, who is at presen...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Eleven bases on balls were handed out by the Navy’s twirlers. The score STATE _RHOAE Cree ss 3 1 1 2 0 Ki’lmer c 1 1 4 2 0 Mason 3b 0 1 2 4 1 Mcllveen p 1 1 3 4 0 Rdy lb 2 111 1 1 Moorhead cf 1 3 0 0 0 Haverstick lf 1 0 0 0 0 Mahaffey 2b 2 0 2 1 0 Yoder m 0 1 4 0 0 Totals 11 9 21 14 2 NAVY _RHOAE Gill ss 0 2 2 2 1 McWorter 2b 0 0 4 1 0 Spofford m 1 0 2 0 0 Goldhardt lf 0 0 0 0 0 Theobald 3b 0 0 1 2 0 Stiles ib 0 012 1 1 Fields c _01. 300 Cohn rf 0 0 2 0 0 Hughes p 00020 Douglas p 0 0 0 3 0 Meedham p 0 0 1 1 1 Totals ._1_. 3 27 12 3 State 510020012— 11 Annapolis 0000000 10— 1 Struck out, Mcllveen 4, Douglas 1, Needham 2. Sacrifice hits, Kumer, Mason , Stiles. Bases on balls, off Mcllveen 2, Hughes 3, Douglas 4, Needham 4. Hit by pitched ball , Ray, Killmer. Stolen bases , Yoder , Cree, Spofford. Attendance, 2200. Umpire, Snider. Monday, another victory. University of Virginia 2, State 13. Things seem to be coming our way. Still they come. A telegram from Washington says; George Washi...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Base Ball Continued from _1_st. page The score:— STATE _RHOAE Cree ss 0 0 3 2 0 Killmer c 1 0 5 1 1 Mason 3b 1 1 1 2 0 Mcllveen lf 0 1 1 0 0 Ray ib 0 2 8 0 1 Moorhead rf 1 2 3 1 0 Haverstick m.... _1_. 1 1 0 0 Mahaffey 2b 1 0 1 2 0 ~ McGee p 0 1 0 1 1 Yoder cf 0 0 3 0 0 Totals 5 927 9 3 Mt. St. Mary ’s R H 0 A E O’Rouke lf 0 1 2 0 0 Dunphy rf 1 1 2 1 0 Harkins ss 0 0 2 3 1 Connolly p 0 2 0 2 0 Bigley m 01000 Stock 3b 00100 McEntree 2b 0 0 3 4 0 McShan e cf 0 0 8 1 0 McLaughlin lb 0 0 9 0 2 Totals 1 5 27 11 4 State .000200300—5 St. Mary ’s.. _OOOOO _lOOOl Stolen bases, Moorhead , _Mclveen , Yoder, Dunphy. Double play Dunphy to McEntree ; triple play, Moorhead to Cree to Ray. Struck out , McGee 8, Connolly 7. Sacrifice hit . Mahaffey. Umpire, Dr. Duffy. Annapolis , Md., April 1. This was a "foollish" day here in more than one sense of the word. Perhaps the most prominent feature of all was the drubbing which Penn State gave the Nav y ’s baseball nine. Mcllveen was in the box for State...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Library Notes Hours—7-55 A. M. to 10 P. _lvi_. Some recent additions to the Li bray. 1. Bergey—Source & Nature of Bacteria in Milk. 2. Elliot—Mammals of North America & The Adjacent Seas. 3. Flanders—Life of John Marshall. 4. Lloyd—The Chronic Loafer. 5. Lloyd—A Drone & A Dreamer. 6. Lloyd—The Soldier of the Valley. 7. Mills—Henry Martyn Boies. 8. Seeber—Great Argentia. 9. U. S. Library of Congress—List of Foreign Newspapers in the Library of Congress. 10. U. S. Library of Congress—List of References on the U. S. Consular Service. _11_. U. S. Library of Congress—Papers of James Monroe. 12. U. S. Library of Congress—Select List of Books Relating to the Far East. 13. U. S. Library of Congress—Select List of References on Impeachment. 14. Wallace—Argentine Shows and Live Stock. 15. Welles—The Ellwoods. 16. Winson—The Kohl Collection of Maps Relating to America. BIOLO GY DEPARTMENT. Reighard & Jennings—Anatomy of the Cat. CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT. Hurst—Paint...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Off the Grass To the Editor of the COLLEGIAN:— Not in the history of the present student body has the rule to keep off the campus been so well observed as at the present. The motion made at the mass meeting sometime ago was to the extent that "every student keep off the campus and that the workmen and Prof s be requested to do the same " and further that any one not observing this rule is a "mucker." The campus shows the effect , the paths having almost disappeared. Occasionally some one, perphaps ignorant of the rule, cross es the campus and is notified in a way that does not need repeating . There is one Prof. however, who claims the rule does not apply to him , and after being requested not to cross the campus he proceeded to do so. It is true that it is not "State" law, but If any one person thinks himself so far above the rest of the men here and imagines that he can cross the campus and be considered other than the character provided by the fellows, let him keep it up. Student...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
COLLEGE ORBIT The Juniors at W. U. P. will issue an annual for the first time. Princeton is to have a new recitation hall costing about $300,000. The donors of it have not yet revealed their names. Columbia holds the intercollegiate basketbal l championship as she did also last year. Yale is second. Yale’s recent defeat by Cornell was very unexpected. The new athletic field of Leland Stanford will, when completed , with the grandstands, track and field house, cost between twenty and twenty-five thousand dollars. The Argentine Republic has sent sixteen rerpesentative young men to this country to study agriculture , mining, civil and mechanical engineering. Eleven of them are taking courses in Cornell. On their return their government has a two year ’s claim on their seryices.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Thursday , APRIL 6, 1905 EDITORIAL Another athletic season has been successfully launched and another string of victories has been added to the already magnificent list of records of the White and Blue. The major part of this year ’s base ball team had consisted of an unknown quality. But the material has been tried and found 0. K. State expected every man to do his duty, and he did it. The early southern trip , conducted for the first time this year , was tried mainly as an experiment and from the results of the games played the trip was a complete success. The practice and experience gained thereby gives State a good handicap over her rivals for the balance of the season. We wonder how long that pile of building stones is going to grace the front of the engineering building. Some say it has been there ever since the engineering building was erected . At any rate it has been there long çnough to get over the eye sore stage and is now regarded as a necessary evil. Perhaps it is ther...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
STATE C OLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during the college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State 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. _3. DUMM , ‘06 , F. K. BREWSTER , ‘07 F. B. GARRAHAN , ‘07 H. D. MASON , ‘07 BUSINESS MANAGER. H. P. DAWSON , ‘07 ADVERTISING MANAGER, W. N. LE PAGE, ‘08.
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
TE ~ C I-INI CAL R EWIEW Beck , Bausman , Patterson and Torrence, who are making a locomotive test for thesis, have been putting in full time on engine No. 4 of the Bellefonte Central Railroad. Tests were made each day during vacation by runs from Bellefonte to the College and to Scotia. The work , as well as the data secured , has been very satisfactory. The coal is loaded in bags at the coal yard and weighed. With four freight cars and the coach it required about a ton of coal to run from Bellefonte to the College while with one car and the coach two thirds as much was consumed. Some exciting experiences were encountered , especially when coming in contact with line steam pipes , etc. and on Saturday the climax was reached when a dog was run down and beheaded. Gentzel and Hess have been busy completing the patterns fdr their vertical direct-connected engine. On Tuesday they went to the Bellefonte Foundry to superintend the casting which was quite successful and speaks well for the...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
_fluURIN6 ONAN _aY UIT? Let us help you. Smart Styles IGoo _l Workma nship—Low Prices. A rare combination.- For sUmples see S. K. VARNES 33 Annex No. 2 Frea _Kauffmann _’ _s LocalRepresentatlve PR ~ D KAUPFMANN TheAnserican Tailor Chicago, U.S.A. Opportunity . Opportunity knocks at least once at every man’s door . Here is a knôàk at yours. Remember that you risk nothing when you order an _Interi _~ iational suit, because we guarantee a fit and perfect satisfaction. P. M. Rainey ‘05, agent. 578 Main. Exchanges. In answer to an advertisement for somebody to take charge of a church choir and play the organ , the following reply was received : Sir : I noticed your advertisement for an organist and music teacher, either lady or gentleman. Having been both for several years, I offer you my services. " Ex. A clergyman told in his text How Samson was barbered and vexed, And told it so true That a man in the pew Got rattled and shouted out , "Next. " —Ex. HIAWATHA UP TO DATE. Oh the soft and...