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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
IF"_II ~ / _—\ iL. "_I ht _rt _~ _hof Thcr & _1_ti_,, ~ x Copyriglie _Bo _re _Sot _,_ufTher & _5_l_._o x You want the right kind of clothes this Spring; and we want you to have them. The new things are now arriving; we’re ready to give you an early look at the best clothes ever shown. We’ve made preparations for your needs as carefully as if you were the only customer we had. You’re itot the onl y one ; yo u may even go come wh ere else for your clothes; but this is the only store where you can get our kind of clothes. You’ll like the looks and the feel of these new Spring clothes which we have for you; you’ll be pleased with our new models—th e English soft roll sack, the new Varsity, the young men’s Shape-maker. The beautiful all-wool fabrics , soft and luxurious; they’re perfectly shrunk, and correctly tailored. The style will stay stylish. Before you decide on your Spring suit and overcoats set these. The Sim Clothes will be shown at State College during next wee...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
C N. F I I-I E F Successor to A. H. I-iartswlck I-Ieadcj uarters f’oi WALK-OVER ~~~~ EDUCATOR CRAWFORD noes PATRICIAN BANISTER COUSINS Alway s in stock , a _good_. line of gymnasium shoes. JUST ARRIVED : A line of early Spring Shoes , i n both Men ’ s and. Womens . ~ ~~~ ~ ~
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
SPALD NG & BROS a r e t h e _ILargest _Tl ~ e Manufacturers i n Spalding the World of Trade-Mark _OFFICIA L /~ t _~ _mNo ~~ EQU _I PMENT ~ PALD ~~ 9 FOR ALL _ATh LETIC ~~~~~~ SPORTS AND PASTIMES is known _________ throughout the world as a ~ _eu _Athiuu _tuo Sport you Guarantee ~~~~~ of the compi r to enc _t_,_’ _clop cd _,_a of of O ~ a1ity ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~ _fccoon ______________________ req so St 3_\,. _~,. _1 3 NEW YORE 126-129 _No_,,_uu Street 29-33 Wc,t 42d Street ~ ~ ~~~~~~~ ~ ~~~ ~
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 March 1912
The Qj allty Shop An e _~ iablhhmcnt which is noted for its use quality of letterpres_, printing _‘. ~ Every order receive, the perso nal atte ntion of the manager thus _in_,_sr ing perfect _,_sti_,_fa_,_ltion The Nittany Printing and Publishing Company _~~ ‘ State College ~
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
"THE COMMANDANT" Thespians Scored Big Hit in Their Annual Production- -Second Act Was Exceptionally’ _8rilliant and Fascinating. Here at Penn State, the mere word Thespian implies all that is of the highest quality in _draniatical performances. The large audience which witnessed the presentation of The Commandant in the Auditorium on Friday nigh t, could well realize why such a reputation should apply and cling to ths famous organization of ours, kr the Thespians presented such an excellent production that it ca ~ t be said to surpass, in many w ~ ys, previous Thespian shows. Ushered in, as it w is, with singing and dancing, The commandant consisted largely of ihusical numbers and dances. Th_. ~y, however, contributed greatly to the decided success attained , and were very much enjoyed by t _h e spectators who frequently expressed their appreciation by heart’, applause. One of the numbers w ~ s written by Snavely and Seip of the class of 1912 but the fact that the entire play, toget...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
TIlE FOURTH VICTORY Penn State Closes Remarkable Wrestling by Again Defeating Penn Team 5-2 Our Victories All Falls. Last Friday evening the Penn State wrestlers again defeated the Penn team five to two. The first two bouts went to the home team and the hopes of Penn adherents rose as they realized that victory might be possible. On the other hand the confidence of the Blue and White men was not shaken in the least, as _the _~’ demonstrated by winning in rapid succession the remaining five bouts on falls. In endeavoring to strengthen the different classes, the Penn lineup was revised , so that an entirely different team was met by our own. Although the score was onesided , a number of the bouts were exciting. In the 115-lb. class _Kreschner , Penn, won a decision from Park, State, on aggressiveness in 9 minutes. Kreschner went to the _,_p ~ at on top and kept Park on the defense most of the time. Penn’s only fall was secured by Martin from McNamee of State in 2 minutes and 30 second...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
DR. BAKER LEAVES Head of the Forestry Department Leaves April 1 to Become Dean of the New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse—Has Been Connected With Penn State Since 1907. Dr. Hugh P. Baker , hea d of the Department of Forestry will leave college about April 1 for Syracuse, N. Y., to accept the Deanship of the New York State College of Forestry. The organization of this new course is being rapidly accomplished , and at the opening next fall Dr. Baker will have five or six trained Foresters to assist him in the instructional work. A great deal of investigative and experimental work will also be carried on. Aside from the regular four year cotuse leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry , the college will also offer a five year course leading to the degree of Master of Forestry, and a two year Ranger Course. Factors which will greatly add to the strength and rapid development _~ l the college are the ample state appropriations, the teaching by the instruction f...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
Penn State ~~ 11egian f’nbllghod on Thsr,dny of _sacl ~ _ven ts daring _the college year by the student s of _1 on Pennsylvania State College is thn interest of the _Stodent s . Fan _oily, Alumni nod Friend, of the college. Ent ered at the Pu,_toffiee , state College , P_0., a. _.eeend elass matter SUBSCRIPTION . lOper _m ar or _$1.25 if paid within 30 days otto, Late of _sUbseriøt_,_os. THURSDAY, MAR. 21, 1912 The men in college "Froth" and more especially those in the lower classes are not giving "Froth" the support it deserves. From any standpoint adopted there seems to be no good reason why our support is withheld. Assuming merely a financial view of the matter, one must admit that the magazine is worth the price. Because of its humorous attitude in regard to the funny things in college life, and its witty portrayal of Penn State doings in particular , "Froth" can well hold its own with similal’ publications in general , and with those of other colleges. The aigument for the sup...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
H. A. EVEY _.. -L ~ i’v ~~ry CAB WORK A SPECIALTY Both ‘Phones A. D EAL CHAS. A. WOM ER Tonsorial Artist Your patronage unileted _FIr_,tcla_._s work gnat. ant, UNDER HOTEL S. E. KIMPORT Headqua riers for Choice Meats of All Kinds Frazier Street Both phones SANITARY PLU MB ING _, STEAM , HOT WATER , VAPOR AND VACUUM HEATING State College PennsylvanIa