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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
~~ t ~ tx-ic_1 _~ irc 1 I tricEtx-y _TFi ~~ ~~ _tti d _~~ i-it ’ ~ L _~~ i _~ _iri _dvy ~ We make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line cOur laundry is modern in all _departmet.ts. ~ JWe cater to those who desire high grade work at hon est prices. çYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work. H. H. Shore ‘13 J. L. McCre _ury ‘12 _j_. STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS L. A. Davis ‘12 E. T. Asplundhs ‘12 B. M. Herman ‘12 T. W. Harris ‘13 -
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
Oat in the Habit of aski ng us for a bid on your job work We will surpr is ~ e you In quality and price The Keystone Gazette Bellefonte oth Telephones Brains plus energy make capital. They are often the whole capital—especially of a young man. Prudent men insure it—make it sure for the family. Full particulars free. No importunity. PENN MUTUAL LIFE, 921-3-S Chestnut St. College Sales Company State College Representatives. Berryman Mulvihill Love
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
Editor in Chief W. S. KRIEB EL , _._TR.,.’12 Assistant Editor W. P. LITTLE , ‘12 Associate Editors G. A. BARKER , ‘12 R. M. EVANS, ‘_13 M. ~~ . _KRIMMEL , ‘_13 J. D. HOGARTII , 14 F. C. DOSE , 14 Busloess Mana ger _H. A. JAMES, ‘12 Assistant s H. S. COCKLIN , ‘12 _TIfIfO. I ENCHNER , ‘12 M. M. GRUBBS , ‘13 B. R. _h ENDERSON , ‘13
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
Iuterclass Basketball Closes. In their victory over the Seniors on Saturday night, the sophomores won just claims to the championship in basketball among the classes. Just at this point it will not be amiss to review this year’s most exciting season of the sport which the majority of the fellows have sadly neglected and failed to support. Probably the most important work of the league is to develop varsity _r ~ aterial, for in past years certain varsity stars have been the products of class teams. Among the promising men developed by this year’s league, Captain Binder of the sophomore team appears most worthy of a. varsity berth . This little captain excells in all departments of the game, especially in goal shooting, and as leader of his team he has not only led them to championship but has also won several games by his own individual efforts. It is rather difficult to choos€ particular stars from the number of interclass favorites , but Murphy and Maybee of the junior team and Lov...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
_555 1912 5 4 . 1915 ’ 1 8 .111 The Battle of the Slums. We, who live in comparatively comfortable and pleasant surroundings, very often fail to realize the trials and tribulations that some of our more unfortunate brothers and sisters in the slums undergo. Mr. Jacob Riis in a very interesting lecture last Saturday evening, discussed emphatically the reforms that have been brought about in the slums of New York, and those that for the sake of humanity, should be carried out. The evening was opened by several enjoyable selections _rendared by the mandolin club, which evidenced that this musical organiztion is still as good as ever. Mr. Riis opened his discussion with a vivid description of his own life. His €arly experiences manifested the hardships that a foreigner has to endure, when he first puts his foot on American soil. With a series of slides, Mr. Riis portrayed the conditions existing in the habitations of the poorer class of New Yorkers. He pictured the old and wretched tene...
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
I don ’t talk ; _I make signs Lettering of tr onk, and suit easel my ipee,_alty . Poster , ,ho ~ v and _dl_._pl ~ y _card. CHAS. A. WOMER , State College H. M. Meyers First Class : Restaurant Ice Cream and Confectionery _~ 1O6 EAST COLLEGE AVENUE Steam Laun dry BEST WORK ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ LOWEST PRICES ~~~~~ . F’. S H ~~ w Your Patronage Solicited HARNESS _StARER Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE S’FUDENT AGENTS Con be kept clean by _wa_,h_,_ng wit h ,oup and water. A. L. Sherman _‘14 H. W_’. Stiner ‘13 You can stand on _,t when empty . The best LOW PRICE ,ottcnse made Soles sewed or stitched J. B. MINGLE, Shoemaker by Champion stitcher. W. C. KLIN _S Allen Streci South Allen street
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
Stephens’ POOL ROOM __________ and BARBER SHOP 123 Allen Street clearly made it evident, that more should be done to make the life of the poor children , brighter, more healthful , and more intellectual. His address must have been appreciated by his audience, and let up hope that it will remain as a lasting impression , so that the "terrors of the slums," will in the near future , be a meaningless phrase. 1915 ExhibitIon. The freshmen gymnasium exhibition is scheduled to begin at 3 o’clock on the afternoon of March 30. The larger part of the freshman class will be on hand to exhibit its worthiness and will be divided into two sections. The program consists of the regular routine class work and a number of specialties. Members of the faculty, students , and village inhabitants are cordially invited to attend. They say: It is a Bear. What do you say ?
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
c ~ _QI_1_e ge BQy ~~ , _._/_% tt _eI r1 tior ~ Young men often say to me, _‘ ~ What good will a life insurance policy do rae if I die ?" . Bless your heart, tell me of anything that will do you any good if you die. But it will do others good. It will help to reimburse that mother or father, if you die, who scratched and saved to put you through college. And if you live and keep up the payments to maturi ty, I can tell you of policies that will not only _pxotect those you love or to whom you may be indebted for funds to complete your course, but will pay you back personally at maturity all you put in or more. Do you know that after you have paid one full annual premium in my company, should you become totally and permanently disabled ~ and _riiiabl ~ to earn money, your policy will become ‘a fully paid policy for the face of it? The latest wrinkle in life insurance. Let me tell you about this—also many other things that will surely interest you—and make you money.
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 March 1912
N ~~ w VQ rk LAf ~~ Jr- _~~~ . Ca. JESSIE D. WHITE, 124 W. College, Ave conditions such as existed this yeas. The classes should decide, what is to be done before another schedule is attemped. The final standing of the teams follows:— Won Lost Pct. 1914 7 2 .777 1913 5 4 .555