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October 24, 1930.
P. S. C. 15th ANNIVERSARY :
CELEBRATION IS ON.
Nearly a thousand official guests
and many hundreds of visitors are
“helping the Pennsylvania State Col-
Jege celebrate she 75th
of its founding this week.
«d by the opportunity to
«entire workings of their State Col-
lege guests and visitors started to
arrive even before yesterday, first of
‘tinued to pour in this morning.
‘the three-day program,
Representing. the State
«celebration is Governor
“Fisher, his official cabinet, and heads
of many of the State departments.
“Governor Fisher speaks at
ic convocation this afternoon at
“which time the buildings
with $3, 250,000 ap]
to the college.
‘College presidents are in attend-
ance from every part of the State
to participate in the event, as are
leaders in secondary education and
fiom the State Department of Pub-
life are in attendance at the birth-
day party of the institution to which
they look for so much of the fun-
damental research and
on which they depend.
The celebration opened with dis-
cussion of educational needs of the
State with particular interest
tering on the closer cooperation be-
tween colleges and secondavry schools.
Today the big public participation
in celebrating the anniversary of the
people’s college occurs, and Satur.
dey the alumni return for their an-
nual homecoming and dedication of
rebuilt Old Main.
propriated by the
' State will be officially turned over
in Pennsylvania oil and
gas production are holding a con-
Pennsylvania State College in 1864
DR . EVAN PUGH
When Dr. Evan Pugh, 31-year-old chemist,
in 1859 became president of what is now the
Pennsylvania State College, he found only one
wing of this lone college building. Before
untimely death in 1854, the structure had been
completed and the institution had become the
Agricultural College of Pennsylvania, and desig-
nated by Act ot the State Legislature as the
L Land Grant College ot Pennsylvania. The build-
ing is “Old Main,” twice remodeled and finally
rebuilt“with the same stone, and is to be dedi-
cated on Alumni Homecoming Day, October 29.
during celebration of the 75th anniversary of
Penn State's founding.
ference at the college today and
Friends of the College as well as
strangers have been impressed with
the way the natural beauty of the
campus has been restored after
being torn up for a year or mere
while the big building program has |
been in force. They have also
been impressed with what has been
accomplished in the erection of
buildings that has placed the col-
lege plant on a par with any inthe
During the present anniversary
proceedings activities of the various
schools will be on display for the in.
spection of all visitors.
Today’s program will open with a
student parade at 10 o'clock in which
manifold activities of the under-
graduates will be represented. More
than 4000 students will be in line.
At one o'clock a luncheon will be
furnished to official guests.
At 2.30 this afternoon there will
be an academic procession from
the rebuilt Old Main to recreation
hall where a convocation will be
held. President Ralph D. Hetzel
will preside and the speakers will
be Governor John S. Fisher, Charles
Z. Klauder, college architect, and
J. Franklin Shields, president of the
| college board of trustees.
Tomorrow will be annual Home-
coming Day for the alumni and the
program is as follows:
Sa mito 12 m,
10.30 a. m.,, Alumni Council meet-
ing in Old Main.
12.15, Alumni luncheon, Old Main
2.30., Colgate—State football game.
8.00 p. m.,, Old Main housewarning
STATE COLLEGE TO HAVE
NOTED ARTISTS CONCERTS.
Under the direction of the depart-
ment of music of the Pennsylvania
State College what is announced as
“The Artists Course Concerts” has
been launched for the season of
There will be five numbers in the
Course. All but one of them so
notable that Centre countains would
probably not have a chance to en-
y them were it not for the fact
that at the College great aritsts are
necessary for the proper inspiration
of students in music.
On Oct. 30, the English Singers
of London will appear in Schwab
auditorium in a prcgram of madri-
gals, folk songs, ballets and can-
On Jan. 12, the Chermiavsky Trio
will be the entertainers.
On Feb. 11, The Cleveland Sym-
On March 16, the Penn State Glee
"| Club with Sylvia Lent, violinist .
TEN PRESIDENTS OF PENN'A STATE COLIEG F
1859 - 64
1864 —- 65
aos. suorTLpge G.W. ATHERTON
1882 - 1906
1866 ~ 68
1868 - TO
1871 —- 80
Cowin EGPARKS dJoHnM. THOMAS Raed D.HevzeL
1908 - 1920
1921 - 26
JURY LIST FOR. THE
NOVEMBER COURT. |w
The jury list “for the November
term of court will inciude three wo-
men drawn as grand jurors, twelve
women as traverse jurors for the first
week and ten for the second week. The
grand jury will meet on Wednesday,
November 5, immediately following
election day and court will convene
on the second Monday, November
10th. The list of jurors is as fol-
Orvis Scholl ......... — ...Boggs Twp.
Robert P. St ond ross Twp.
. R. Smith Haines Twp.
Paul Sheffer -....Bellefonte
Ira Stott . Philipsburg
Lloyd R. Voi Potter Twp.
Harry Viehdorfer now Shoe
Orlando Wagner ...
J. W. Wetter ............... ush
Minnie B. Williams Port Matilda
H.C. L ort Matilda.
F.. K. White.......coooon... Psburg
William Zimmerman .....Bellefonte
LIST OF TRAVERSE JURORS, SECOND
Harry Bressler .....
Oliver Bitner .....
ard Benner ..
‘ = illiam Boyer . Spi pring T'
LIST OF GRAND JURORS Join Bottort Be lefon! e
Robert Bennison ..... Howard Boro. | t'éter n .....
John -B. Burkett .. ....Bellefonte | Arthur Casher “Rush Twp
Mrs. Walter Brow Joseph Davidson ugh Boggs Twp.
Charles A. Culp . Eleanor B Raggatt siirtiistheieistigires ellefonte
Clara Dunile Ea "| Mrs. Sarah rdley ...Gregg Twp.
Clare J. Houser . | George Elder .... Conese Twp.
Clyde Hoover ... . | Andrew Engle . Bellefonte
Edward Houtz .. John Fogleman Twp.
James Kane .... Paul Fortney Bellefonte
James L. Leathe Ephriam Gardner Liberty Twp.
Pearl Leathers | Amos Garlan@. ..........c.ciies Rush Twp.
Fred Miller ..... F. V. Goodhart .. .Centre Hall
Fred Moore .......... CoQ. “Hassinger 20 Ll Millheim
W. Christ Musser . F. W. Haller State Sollege
John G. Miller ... John Hirst . Phi lipsbure
S. S. McMonigal . John CC Hay ... mimics ward
W. T. McCormick Jacob Heaton rtin Twp.
Philip Ray ... Mrs. Ethel Henry . ..Huston Twp.
Milton Robb .. WD. William E. Hurley ......... Bellefonte
Jesse Sauers . Henry Houser ............. Harris Twp.
D. M. Shay ...... Mrs. Mary J. Krape Haines .
George Thompson .. Julius E. Karlfuss State College
Harry S. Warntz .. “Haines Twp. | 1larry Kerchner Unionville
A. ey WIHAmS coors Huston Twp, | Arthur B. Lee . regg Twp.
Mrs. Blanche Landsy . ..Bellefonte
LIST OF TRAVERSE ,JURORS, FIRST Sait Tose SS teadahsn ins bien Benner Twp.
; Sc Longwell o.oo. B
C. G. Avery a rr iaiatie Philipsburg 8 T Siler. Siig wh,
Martin Brower . “Rush Twp. | 0} G. Miner ae Taylor Twp.
Wilbur Bamey TIT Bellefonte Corl Moore org: now Shoe Twp.
Jonn 2a Doerr. Miles Moore ... Huston wp:
R.J Brausht Hains Ten Andrew : Musser ....Haines Twp.
Mr Arte. Covp. 2 A eos Seorge 2 » Meek... i Bellefonte
Mrs. Mary Crame: iberty Twp. | Charles re asraensean Miles Twp.
e cLain Walker Twp.
Roy Calhoun .... Unionville | mq d McClosk
C. f£. Corman ...... Penn Twp. Cry Nea, Snow Rao oo.
Me Lason id EAS Edward Peters .. “Bellefonte
William Dennison .. Ferguson Tw oer Poorman llege Twp.
Jay Eelkman ER Rh Bellefonte Buin Morice i flipshurg
alvin Eyer ii on TWP. |W, F. Rimmey ~State College
Ehaties. Pimms. Goes Tub: | Albert. Rhoads LC Boggs Twp.
C. R. Gearhart ... State College | J. W- Spoits Foes Twp.
Herbert P. Garis _.Potter TWD. | Jerry Stover .. Sugion +20
W. S. Hoffman .... .State College | M Hel iT PHng op:
H. Clay Hall Rush Twp Mrs. Jie no Stone . +Sisie College
AY Tatars . 5. e Stereo. nion Twp.
Harvey D Hagan ....Gre Twp.
J. W. Henninger .. Fe lls Yan Yonada = alles dig
Charles A. Hennick .. Gregg Twp. | George H. Walker Curtin ap:
Mrs. Elizabeth Ham Harris Twp. | W. E. Weight “Marion Twp
Edna Illingworth ... Philipsburg | Frank Wood ... th Philipsbure
Lillian Johnson ... Benner Twp. | Charles Zettle . College Twp.
Harry Johnson ...
Mrs. Lillian Kline . A b
John L. Keller .... Ferguson Twp.
Albert C. Lutz ... Ferguson Twp.
Claude R. Moore ,................oieenees Howard
Mrs. W. A. McClella ..Miles Twp.
Jacob F. McCool ..... Greg Twp.
Rev. Earnest L. FP) Philipsburg
W. W. Phelps ......... Rush Twp.
M. J. Dlerson '..........iuuiuas Bellefonte
Harry Polts ......... Rush Twp.
Miss Amy Ruckard .................. Milesburg
Joseph Rearick ....
Herbert J. Rush .. Collog
Mrs. Katherine Shugert ........ Bellefonte
Mrs. Winifred Shallcross Bellefonte
Jonn Stevenson i... Howard
D, Harry Shivery. ................. Bellefonte
BE. T, Spotts ...... Port Matilda.
Deéan- Shope... Bellefonte
On April 13, Richard Crooks, tenor,
in a song recital.
Tickets for the series for centre
seclions of the main floor and the
balcony, $5.00. $3.50 for the side
sections. Admission to single con-
certs will be $1.00, except for those
of the English Singers and the
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra
which will be $1.50 each. Tickets
may be secured through the treas-
urer’s office, 110 Old Main, and
checks should be made payable to
‘The Pennsylvania State Coll
NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT T ® ENG
“LISH SINGERS OF LONDON.
This group of six voices has been
called by critics “the world’s most
perefct vocal ensemble.” Beauty of
diction, a flawless blending of ‘tonal
guality, and a charming individuali-
ty of style have combined to make
the English Singers the most con-
sistently popular concert attraction
of recent years. Their music, con-
sisting mostly of old English madri-
gals and glees, is presented in - the
authentic Elizabethan style, with the
performers gathered informally
around a table, singing without ac-
companiment. Explanatory remarks
by Cuthbert Kelly, bass, add to the
effectiveness of the program. The
remaining singers are Flora Mann,
Nellie Carson, Lillian Berger, Nor-
man Notley and Norman Stone.
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| PENN STATE STUDENTS LIKE THESE ACTIVITIES CENTERS
The. . ts
yonder that thousands of Pennsylvania boys and girls seek admission to the Pennsylvania State College wien student recre-
=mtional and campus activities there are eentered in buildings such as these, provided for the most cart by alumni and friends of the college,
Principal events of the college 75th snniversary celebration on October 23, 24 and 25 will take place in “Old Main” and Recreation Hall.
Main,” just completed, will ke deditrted om Arunni Homecoming Dey, October 25, following the Penn State-Colgate football gams.
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