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college year In the students of Inn Yennallt ania
State College in the interest at tile Students. ran
ally. Alumni and Friends of the college
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set Jnd class matter
Editor in Chief
W. S. KRIEBEL, JR., 'l2
W. P. LITTLE,
G. A. BARKER, 'l2
R. M. EVANS, 'l3
M. k. KRIMMEL, 'l3
J. D. HOGARTII, 14
F. C. DOSE, 14
E. A. JAMES, 'l2
H. S. COCKLIN, 'l2
THEO. LENCHNER, 'l2
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THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1911
In order to prevent any misunder
standing which might arise from the
article printed last week on Coach
Reed, we wish to make it clear that
he is Acting Chaplain of the col
lege. He will fill the position left
temporarily vacant by Dr. Gill, un
til such time as the Chaplain is
again ready to resume his duties.
Rumors that Dr. Gill has resigned
his position are entirely at odds
with the true condition of affairs,
and we join with the entire college
in wishing our beloved chaplain a
speedy and pleasant recovery
The action of the two
men Act upper classes, working
in conjunction with the
student council, in placing a restric
tion on the wholesale damage of
town property which took place as
a result of the bonfire after the vic
tory over Cornell, will undoubtedly
help prevent further friction and
hard feeling between the people of
the town and the student body.
The extent of the disturbance
reached such proportions that the
concerted action of the upperclass-
men was necessary to avert the
borough council from taking drastic
measures in order to insure future
safety for town property. After a
meeting of a committee from the
student council and the town coun
cil, a definite -greement was reach
ed whereby all damage done
would be made good and on such
occasions in the future provisions
would be made so that the citizens
would not be the losers.
In the past, when celebration of
victory took place, and the town
property was destroyed, disputes
continually arose, between students
and citizens. The rights of the citi
zens were encroached upon and con
sequently a number of the students
believed the business men grew an
tagonistic in order to make amends
for the damage done. Now that
peace has been restored and both
sides have reached an amicable
agreement, friendly relations should
be continued between those parties
concerned. Each student should
work toward this end, and for the
good of the college and for his ohn
benefit the motions passed by the
two upper classes in mass meeting
should be carried out and rigidly
Congratulations, 1614, for the
work on Monday's bonfire. The
work of gathering material and
building the pile was well done.
Entertaintnentg for 1911 and 1912,
Nov. 4, 13almei's Kaffir Boy
Choir of Africa (Y. M. C. A.
Nov. 11, "Walt Whitman" with
readings,—Sadakichi Hartman, un
der auspices of the Cosmopolitan
Nov. 18, the Ghls' Play, "The
Nov. 25, Benjamin Chapin Linc
oln (Y. M. C. A. Course).
Dec. 8, Basketball—Albright vs.
Dec. 9, Illustrated Lecture by
Arthur Holmes Ph. D., of Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, free Lecture
Dec. 16, Illustrated Lecture,
Equador, Peru, and Bolivia, by
Mr. Wilfred H. Schaff, of Commer
cial Museum, Philadelphia.
Jan. 6, Mr. Ross Crane, Cartoonist
(Y. M. C. A. Course).
Jan. 12, Basketball,—Pittsburg
Collegians vs. State.
Jan. 19, Basketball, Mont Alto
Feb. 2, Basketball,—Franklin and
Marshall vs. State.
Feb. 3, The Wilbur Starr Com
pany (Y. M. C. A. Course).
Feb. 8, Basketball, Gettysburg
Feb. 16, Basketball, Bucknell vs.
Feb. 17, The English Opera Sing
ers (Y. M. C. A. Course).
Feb. 24, Illustrated Lecture,
David Breed (Subject announced
later) Free Lecture Course.
Mar. 9, Illustrated Lecture,
Arabia, the Desert, and the Bed
ouins, Dr. E. J. Banks, Free Lec
Mar. 15; The Thespians.
Mar. 23, Illustrated Lecture,
Cordova and Seville, Mr. A. S.
Riggs, Free Lecture Course.
This schedule comprises the lec
tures and entertainments which have
been arranged for up to date. Very
possibly a few more entertainments
will take place at different occas
ions, and they will receive due
The entire Penn State football
squad will be occupied on Saturday
afternoon, when the Varsity plays
St. Bonaventure, and the Reserves
play Bellefonte Academy. The
Varsity has been given a complete
rest since the Penn game, as no
practice has taken place since Sat
urday. This afternoon, however,
the men will line up again in order
to loosen out the kinks for Saturday,
although an easy game is expected.
The rest has done the men a great
deal of good, and has made them
feel capable of more bald work be
fore the Navy game. The game
wi h St. Bonaventure will begin at
3 o'clock, and the Reserve game at
Pittsburg Alumni Smoker Postponed.
It has been deemed advisable to
postpone the Smoker t i be held by
the Pittsburg Alumni, from Oc
tober 28 to November 4. As pre
viously announced, the affair will
take place at the University Club.
A large crowd is expected owing to
the fact that the Thanksgiving
game is so near at hand and an inter
esting schedule of events has been
promised for the evening.
"LIFE" is offering a novel and
money-making plan to men and
women who are working their
way through Colleges and Pro
fessional Schools. You can
find out about it by sending
your name and address on a
postal to LIFE'S STUDENT'S
LEAGUE, 17 West 31st St.;
New York City.
Cider Scrap on Saturday
The annual scrap between the
freshmen and sophomores for
possession of the cider barrel will
take place Saturday, November 4
at 1:00 P. M. All members of both
classes should be on hand promptly.
PENN STATE' COLLEGIAN
'T Pi t cl L.a u ri dry
The Student's Laundry
ciWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. Our laundry
is modern in all departments. clWe cater to those who desire high grade work at hon
est prices. gYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work.
H. E Snore 'l3 ) E. T. Asplundh 'l2
J. L. , McCreary 'l2 )- STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS B. M. Herman 'l2
L. A. Davis 'l2 ) T. W. Harris 'l3
C. 31. Myers' "Jfmsorkak ?av\ar
It 2. East Co\\Age 'Ave
Hair Cutting a Specialty .
- Moles and Warts Removed
' POOL ROOM
-- " Ill ! lir BARBER SHOP
i 12 3 Allen Street
COACH - HARRY WEAVER
Weaver as Been of Great Assist
ance t Coaches.
As a :member of the coaching
staff of Fenn State, Harry Weaver,
'l2, has given much aid to Head
Coach McCleary, and Advisory
Coach Hollenback. Weaver played
four year;s on varsity football for
the Blue and White. He began the
season of 1907 as a centre, but in
1908 he was shifted to the position
of right tackle. At this position
Weaver Played brilliantly for three
years. Aided by a thorough
knowledge of the game, he could
be counted on for at least one
blocked kick and the recovery of
the same. Penn State had at this
part of the football history two
wonderful tackles in Weaver and
"Dick" Smith. This pair of fast
linesmen : was noted for their aggres
siveness and ability for fierce tack
As Weaver played during" . his first
year • I •
in the preparatory department,
his services on the varsity are
missed this, his senior year in col
lege, Devoting his time to the
line. Weaver has undoubtedly
helped greatly in the development
of the wonderful defense that our
team has shown in recent games.
Upperclassmen Take Action
In the interests of the students
and the citizens of the borough,
the following was presented and
passed by the two upper classes on
recommen cation of the Student
Council:— That hereafter the student
body refliain from ;committing any
depreciations in town whereby pub
lic and private property are destroy
ed and that all future fuel for bon
files be collected in a careful and
This action came as a climax o
the great loss arising from the secur
ing of fuel for the bonfire in cele
bration of the victory over Cornell.
Hereafter fuel will be furnished by
the college and none is to be re
moved from the town unless per
mission is given by the owners of
the property from which it is taken.
By so doing, disagreeable conflicts
between the student body and the
people of the total will be avoided.
Dr. McAllister Coming.
Dr. A. S. McAllister, Assistant
Editor of the "Electrical World",
and Professorial Lecturer in elec
trical engineering at this college
expects to give his course of lec
tures to juniors and seniors in elec
neering the latter part of
r early in February, 1912.
llister is an exceptionally
nd entertaining lecturer
ognized as one of the
electrical engineers and
of the United States.
unluckily,, he was unable
ih us on account of un
ressing business engage
h could not be modified.
and is re
to be wit
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3. i rite.rest
on time deposits, payable
GEORGE B. JACKSON
CIGARS. TOBACCO AND
FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS
A Pull Me of &mime' Fancy Articles
ALLEN ST., STATE COLLEGE. PA.
J. C. MARKLE
An Kinds of Choice Meats
138 College Avenue
G. B. .Sfitte.Y
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CHAS. A. WOMER
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S. E. KIMPORT
Choice Meats of All Kinds
Frazier Street Both phones
Patronize the Col
The Athletic Store
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions
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FINE -:- CONFECTIONERY
Nos. 200-206 College Avenue
The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co.
Everything in Hardware
Distributors for the
PENINSULAR PAINT and VARNISH CO'S
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A._ La ;very
CAB WORK A SPECIALTY
SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM,
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