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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
THE MCALLISTER DINING HALL Will be open to serve meals on and after Wednesday_, April 5, 1905, 12:00 noon. MEAL HOURS 7:00 TO 8:00 12:00 TO 1:00 5:30 TO 6:30 RATES 21 consecutive _meels, $3.25_, by ticket, cash in advance . 21 meals, good until used , $6.50, cash in advance Single meal ticket, So cents. Your Patro nage W. H. HOUSE L_. Respectfully Solicited Caterer — "KNACK" or "KNOW-HOW" in Clothes Making, call it what you will , "SIM" models embody it. They press their claim upon your attention by the distinctiveness of the patterns , the excellency of the workmanshi p and their conformity to the latest whisper of the mode. Prices are their winning features , because they ’re just moderate enough.
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
A. G. Spalding & Bros Largest Manufacturers in the World of Official Athletic Supplies ATHLETIC IMPLEMENTS BASE BALL BOXING GLOVES BASKET BALL STRIKING BAGS GOLF and GYMNASIUM GOODS A. G. Spalding & Bros . NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO DENVER CHICAGO
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 6 April 1905
Our Microsco pes, _Mlcrolomes_, Labora laty _Glass. ware, Chamleal Apparatus , ChemIcals , Photo Lenses and Shutters, FluI d Clauses, ProjectIon Apparat us, Photo -MIcro Cameras are used h _theleadln gLa b- _ or aterlee an Oaier ’nt Oep’ta_’" _~ " ~~~ Booed the World Catalogs ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Prec Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co. ROCRE5TER ~ N. Y. New York ChIcago B_,ston F_,_ankfurt, G’y
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
Calendar. THURSDAY , APRIL 13. 3.00 P. M. Ba3_eball. Villanova College vs. State. FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 3.00 P. M. Baseball. Villanova College vs. State. Armory, Senior Promenade. SUNDAY , APRIL 16. 11.00 A. M. Chapel. Dr. Gill will preach . 6.00 P. _NI . Y. NI. C. A. in 529 Main . WEDNESDAY , APRIL 18. 6.30 P. M. E. E. Society. 7.00 P. M. Natural History Club. Recital by Musical Clubs. The recital given by the Glee and Mandolin Clubs at the Auditorium last Saturday evening was a decided success musically, every number on the program being encored; and the audience departed with a satisfied feeling of a well-spent evening. The program opened with the College Medley by the Glee Club with Mandolin accompaniment, and closed with our "Alma Mater " song. In the rendition of the _‘Winter Song" and of "Missis Winslow’s Soothing Syrup" the Glee Club was particularly good , while . the Mandolin Club rendered in a delightful manner "Bebe " and "Come, Take a Trip in My Airship. " Saunders , ‘_05, ...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
arc. Both lamps were made by the General Electric Company. A Test of the Respir ation _Cab r imete r. The size and complexity of this apparatus make it nece’;sary to conduct check experiments to test its accuracy. In one such test recently made heat was generated inside by an electric current passing through incandescent lamps in parallel . The current was measured by a wattmeter just outside the chamber, which was read every two minutes. From these readings the energy introduced was reckoned. In this test there was no air current through the chamber , the temperature inside was maintained constant and the walls held adiabatic. All the heat èvolved was, therefore, absorbed and carried out by the water circulating through copper pipes inside and near the top. The amount of water passing through was measured , and the temperature of the ingoing and that of the outcoming water read to one-hundredth of a degree every four minutes. From these data the calories of heat removed were calcul...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 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. _lvi_. 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._Wihiams. 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 — 13 April 1905
TECHNICAL RE VIEW The electrical engineering department has just received two newly invented electric lamps. One is an arc lamp, the ‘ ~ carbons " of which are composed , one of a salt of copper and the other of magnetite. The lamp works on a series circuit of seventy-five volts and takes about four and a half amperes. The copper terminal lasts undifinitel y while the magnetite needs occasional replenishing. The lamp is said to give better distribution than the ordinary arc. The other lamp is an automatic starting mercury vapor lamp . It is an improvement over the regular Cooper-Hewitt lamp in that it does not need to be inverted to make _au
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
LOCALS H. E. Stitt , ‘03, of Allegheny, is happy. ‘Tis a boy. Mrs. Stitt and baby are doing well. Harry Hollinger, ex-’OS , who was forced to retire from college last year on account of eye trouble , has returned to college. On account of. unavoidable circumstances, the lecture scheduled for last Friday morning on electrical subjects , was postponed indefinitely. Arthur G. McKee , ‘91, District Engineer with the American Steel and Wire Company, of Cleveland , gave the seniors and juniors an interesting talk on blast furnaces last Thursday evening. J. P. Considine, ‘04, has resigned from the employment of the Pennsylvania Steel Company, of Steelton He has secured a position as di aftsman with Post and McCard Company, of New York. The Pennsylvania State College Association of Eastern Pennsylvania will hold its Annual Smoker and Reunion at the University Club, 1510 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa., on the evening of Friday, April 14, at eight o’clock . At a meeting of the Catholic Club, o...
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
place as are now, or hereafter may be, prescribed by law ; and such graduates and recipients of advanced degrees shall be eligible for election and re-election as Trustees: Provided however, that no member of the Faculty or Board of Trustees of any other college or university in Pennsylvania shall be so eligible. (2). Elections for Alumni members of the Board shall be held each year on the day preceeding the annual Commencement, under the direction of two judges annually appointed for that purpose by the President or Acting President of the Board , and may be held either in connection with the Delegate Convention for the election o ~ other members of the Board , or at such other hour of the same day, and such other place , as the Board may from time to time direct. (3). The Secretary of the Board of Trustees , or such other officer as may be from time to time designated by said Board , shall send to each elector qualified in accordance with paragraph one of these Regulations , whose...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
AN ACT To re-organize the Board of Trustees of The Pennsylvania State College. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Penn .sylvania in General Assembly met and if is hereby enacted by the authority of the same That , in addition to the present elective members of the Board of Trllstees of The Pensylvania State College, the said Board shall consist of the following members, to-wit ,— Two members to be elected each year for a term of three years each by the Alumni of said college; two members to be appointed each year for a term of three years each by the Governor of the Commonwealth and confirmed by the Senate; and the following members to serve, exoffico , during their respective terms of office: The Governor of the Commonwealth , the President of the College, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction , the President of the State Agricultural Society, and the Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture. Section 2. That the te...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
Benefit for the Belbefonte Hospital. A musical recital will be given in the Bellefonte Court House on April 25th , for the benefit of the Hospital. A number of musical artists have been secured from out of town although most of them are already well known in this locality . Miss Edna Bradfield , violinist who has studied under that master of violin technique , _- Gustav Hiele, comes from Philadelphia. Her playing is marked by great warmth and singing quality of tone as well as a musical temperament that appeals to the most inartistic as well as the most musical of her audience. She will be accompanied by Miss Helen Frame, soprano of Constantin von Sternberg ’ s conservatory of Philadelphia , one of the best known sopranos of the city. Miss Margery Knowles, contralto of Richmond , Va., will also sing and Dr. L. B. Woodcock , baritone, and Mr. George Brandon , pianist , both formerly of Bellefonte, have been secured for the occasion. This will be an opportunity to hear good music as w...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
Thursday, APRIL 13, 1905 EDITORIAL With the beginning of the spring session , a new edtorial board assumes control of the COLLEGIAN. We waive the thread-bare custom and ceremony of offering an apology for our humble beginning and asking that all mistakes be forgiven , but will try to get down to business. It will be our endeavor to give the students a newsy paper so that they may keep in touch with all the general happenings of the college. How about it State men ? Let us wake up right here and get some real downright college spirit and enthusiasm sifting through our diaphrams. Last week down at Annapolis our Varsity nine played the "middies , " and swatted them 11 to 1. Were the Navy ’s men silent and downcast throughout this onesided contest ? Not a bit of it, me boys , but , on the contrary, our fellows report that repeatedl y throughout each succeeding inning came the Navy ’s thundering cheers , perfect in measure and volume. Even when the score stood 8 to zip in Penn State ’s f...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — State Collegian — 13 April 1905
STATE COLLEGIAN Published on Thursday of each week during Lhe college year in the interest of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered at the Post Office , 5tate College , Pa. as second class matter. EDITORS, T. F. FOLTZ , ‘06, Chief , W. _3. _DIJMM, ‘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.