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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
THESPIANS APPEAR TOMORROW Friday Night _in the Auditorium the Thespians Will Produce the Brilliant Two Act Musical Comedy, "The Commandant. " The show this year should be especially interesting to every State man as it is the first time the Thespians have ever produced an original show written exclusively for them by a Penn State man. Mr. James Gibbs ‘05, of Harrisburg is the author of the comedy. The coach has been working with his proteges for the past six weeks and the acting and dancing, as previously stated , will surpass that of any other musical show given by the Thespians. The first scene is laid in America, and in fact , at our Alma Mater. It portrays one of the former commandants of cadets at a commandant dance in masque costume. Report has it that the old cornmant’s son will be commanding officer at the college next year, however, we are sure that he will not equal in fame and notoriety, The Thespians Commandant of Friday evening. Come and see for yourself. Students, if y...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
PENN STATE ‘WINS FROM PENN Blue and White Team Scores 6-Victory—Captain Lesh , Very, ShoUenberger and Lamb Get Falls. Coach Ed Lewis’ team of wrestlers won the first of two scheduled contests with the ‘ University of Pennsylvania last Saturday night in the Armory. The six to one victory over Penn in the last home contest in this year was even better than could have been expected by the most enthusiastic of the large audience present. The visitors made a good fight, but in all excepting the close bout between Williams, Penn , and _McNaniee, Penn State, our men seemed to be stronger and more aggressive. Park won by a decision from Franklin , Penn , ~ n 12 minutes in the 115 pound class. The first period was spent in grappling, the men not going to the mat once. Park won on aggressiveness shown in the extra three minute period. The second bout , 125 pound class, between Williams , Penn , and McNamee was very evenly wrestled during the whole nine minutes. The men grappled for two minute...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
BASKETBALL QUESTION Important Mass Meeting Will be Held Next Week—Ps oposition on Foot to Make Basketball a Minor Sport. Next Wednesday evrning an important mass meeting _w_11 be held in the Old Chapel to _di sc ~ ss the question of basket ball . As this branch of sport is now run the Athletic As-Soci _~ .tion loses n great deal of money that seally is not doing very much to advance our standing in nthletic relations among the eastern universities. Last season the loss was six hundred dollas s, and this year the deficit was abc’ut five hundred dollars. Due to low guarantees the basketball team is compelled to make long trips , play ing several teams on each trip. The guarantees are not enough to carry the sufficient number of substitutes and as a r ule only se ~ en men are taken. The result when _someonegets hurt and someone else s taken out , is that our tea m loses to a small er team and our reputation is hur ~ . The management has bren unable to schedule big games at State Colleg...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
Prof. Pattec will lecture on _"Maik Twain " Thuisday at ~ t: ~ 0 p. m. in the Old Chapel. TRACK SCHEDULE. Three Meets at Home. Effort Being Made to Secure Pitt or W. and J. for Open Date. Manager Gordon has completed an interesting list for meets for the spring track season. May 4 is still open and negotiations are under way for a meet either with the tJ tivcrsity of Pittsburg or Washington and Jefferson College, to fill that date. A call has been made for track candidates and about 40 men have reported. Under the supervision of Prof. Wright, they are running and practicing every afternoon. All those who have done any running are urged to report daily at 4:10 p. m., at’ the Track House. The schedule follows:— April 25—Penn Relays at Philadelphia. May 4—Open. May 11—Colgate at Colgate. May 18—Dickinson at State. May 25—Pennsylvania Intercollegiates at Harrisburg. June 1—Intercollegiate Meet at Philadelphia. June 10 ~ —Carnegie Tech at State . Additional Donation to Track House Fund. ...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
_11. S. COC _KLIt ’J, ‘12 _‘i’ll EO. _l_. _ENC _II N ER , ‘12 _~ i. ~ i. c ;_it u _ui ~ s, _‘_i_: ~ _IL U. _._I _l _Ir ~ Nl) _El_(_SO _~~ , ‘_13 S U USC H IP TIO N. $ 50 per year or _$1 .25 _II paId _wIthi n 30 stayi aft er Late of _._ubr cr _lptton, THURS DAY, MAR. 14, 1912 Loyal Alu m ni Within the last Eager for few weeks letters News. from , alumni in the western part of Pennsylvania have been sent to the editors of Pittsburgh papers requesting that Penn State be given a _‘ ~ square deal" . The accounts of wrestling meets , basketball games, and various other Penn State activities , having been sent in by local reporte rs, are ignore d by the sporting editors. The question why credit is not given us is answei’ed by the alumni simply because of
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
State , together with th: se in chai’ge of such affa irs at th e college , get busy, indivi _d ually and collectively, an d let the ’Pittsburgh editors know that our college is ’ entitled to . a _" square deal"? Bette r Lights Numerous - _L_.hgUtS _INurn erous corn- in Library. plaints have been heard from time to time in regard to the lighting system of the Carnegie Library, espec ially in the alcoves and side reference rooms. In these rooms the light is entirely inadeq uate for work at night , and much inco nv eni ence is caused men who have reference work ~to do in the the library. ’ In many courses in college a great deal of outside reading and report writing is necessary,
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
Penn State ~~ l 1egian on Th’j : _. _5_,. _, _._01 ~~~~~ _~ ,_"_5_, _to_.,i_,, ~ _•_he cslle_,’e y’_,_sr by t’r_, ~_._tu _1_._’ _. _r_. _of _‘_I _oe _l _~ , nnrs _iosn_._a Stat,_’ Co _lie_,_e _~ n _t_!’_r _into _t_. ’it _~ i the S(_tioi_,_• _oh . _Far _alt_,_’, _Aium_,,_i _a_,.._l t-r _~ ’rods _i t_’_o_, ’ _i ~ ntried at the _l_’_ostc ’ff_, ~’ _. z _h_,,_tt Cc_,_li _~ e’,. _ia_. _ii •_e _e_.,_e_,t _cI _~ iti _in_.,_tter EdItor in _Chiel \V. S. _KI _( _lEi_3_l ~ :_I_. , _, J _it_. , _‘_12 Assi stant _Eutlto r \V. _1_’. _I_. _IT _T _I ~ E, ‘ I ~ Associ ate Editor s _C. A. _l _~ A _iH_<_EI ~ , ‘12 U. M . E VANS . ‘13 M. ~~ . _KIL _I_._\_IM El ., ‘13 .1. I) . _ii OC _~ Alt’l’ii , 14 F. C. I)OS _E, _Ii Bus iiuess Manager _U. A. ,I MI _ES, ‘12 Assis tants
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
at Yale University last Thursday. Woollosly, their largest Auditorum , capable of seating 3300 people was crowded , with five hundred standing throug h the entire services of an hour and three-quarters. Major Moton , Booker T. Washington , and the Hampton Quartette were present. _‘I’he fellows gave a substantial collection for the work at Hampton, The Freshman Bible Class from now on will be held at ten o’clock anti continue until 10.45, giving the men an intermission of fifteen _mm - utes , between th e Fres h man Bibic Class and the regular chapel ser _~ ’- ice. The Mandolin Club will play several selections _i ’efore the biog rapher
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
teams , in all probabilities , there will be a tie for first place between either the seniors and sophomores ‘ or j uniors and sophomores , prov iding th e 1912 m en win their two remaining games and 1913 wins its only one st ill to be played. The games between the sophomores a nd seniors and sophomore an d jun iors hav e al ways been of t h e most exciting kin _d and were won by a very few points , it be ing nece ssa r y in several games to play extra periods to decide to whom
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
Y. M. C. A. Notes. Jacob Riis will give an illustrated f ree lecture on Saturday _iiight in the Auditorium at eight o’clock. Mr. Riis will also be the Chape ’ speaker on Sunday morning. ‘I’hc Student ’s Sum iner Comi—fei’ence will he held at Eagles Mere this ycal’ instead ol _PocoliC) Pines . The dates are June fourteenth to tWL ’lIty -th _ildl_, Great credit is due the Christian Association foi’ br _~ _is ~ ing to us such
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
third , anti the freshmen fourth , A summary follows. Won Lost Pct, 1914 5 2 .714 1913 5 3 .625 1912 4 3 .57 1 1915 1 7 _‘ .125 Three more games remain to be played; the seniors and sophomores each have two , the juniors anti freshmen one game apiece. Unless the sophomores succeed in defeating both the junior anti senior
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
See the "Thespi ans " one week from _tomorrov,’ ni ght. Baseb all Season. Ba seba ll seaso n is _no _~ ’ less t han three week away. The Blue and White team ~ vill play the first game with the University of South Carolina at Columb ia , S, C., April 3. C ann Coach Walter Manning , formerl y w ith the New York Americans . took
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
and it is only fair to the men _tloin i such work that they be able to use the library at the times most conven ient for them, If work is done at night , there should be no hin dm’ance because of the lack of proper lig h t; and it seems just , therefore , that steps be taken to provid c better lighting facilities in the alcoves and referen ce rooms.
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
victory belonged. The three rema ini ng ga m es ar e bound to be very interesting anti thrilling, for the sop homores must battle with two teams of equal chances to tie with them for the champi onship. _‘I’he teams have worked very hard to reach this critical point. Show your spirit by atten ding these game s.
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
outstand ing men and women as Jane Adams, Jacob Riis , William ‘1’. Ellis , Helen Barrett Montgomery and Doctor Holmes. ‘l’hc proceeds of the ‘ 1’. M. C. A. show always are used fom this purpose , hut this amount has to be supplemented substantiall y from the Association Treasur y. It is a privilege to hear these people, anti _thost
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
of Theodore Roosevelt Jacob Riis , delivers his illustrate _d free lecture , on Saturday night , _la te relass Basketball ’ The season of interclass basketball is nearly over and the present standing of the teams finds the sop homores heading tile league with the juniors seconci , the seniors