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The : Pennsylvania : State : College
EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D., L.L. D„ PRESIDENT
Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of
FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science, offering
U| thirty-five courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Edu
■** cation—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate.
First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February; Summer Session for
Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue, bulletins, announcements, etc., address
THE REGISTRAR, State College, Pennsylvania
E. E. 11—24 El.
Ht. Eng. 8 —202 En.
Ht. Eng. 13—208, 212 En.
Hort. 5-207 Ag.
Met. 3—119 Min.
Met. B—ll 9 Min.
Met. 13—119 Min.
Ind. Art 12—266 Ma.
Mil. Sci. 1.
Thursday, Jan. 25, 8:30 a. m.
An. Husb. 6—103 Ag.
Bact. 3 —D.
Bact. 6 and B—D.8 —D.
Dr. 25—207 En.
Dr. 80—306 En.
E. E. I—2l B, 24 El.
Ht. Eng. I—2oB, 211 A, 211
Hyd. 1-—2Ol, 202 En.
Phil. 4 —Library K.
Phys. 103—7 P.
Ger. 54—340—0 Ma.
Ger. 55—9, 10, 11, 12 C. A.
Thursday, Jan. 25, 1:30 p. m.
An. Husb. 12-206 Ag.
E. E. 3—24 El.
Hyd. 5—201, 212 En.
Hyd. 11—201 En.
Math. B—l 2 C. A.
R. M. E. 1—202 En.
Ind. Eng. I—2ll1 —211 B. En.
Math. 107-12 C. A.
Phys. 104—7 P.
Friday. Jan. 26, 8:30 a. m.
D. H. 4—D.
E. E. 8—24 El., 201, 212, En.
Eng. Lit. 3—114 Ma.
Hort. 2—103, 206, 211 Ag.
Phys, 106—7 P.
R. R. 1-211 B, 202 En.
Forest. B—F.8 —F.
Ind. Eng. 5 —109 B. En.
Chem. 371—10 C. A.
Chem. 429—9 C. A.
Friday, Jan. 26, 1:30 p. m.
Ag. Chem. 13 —211 Ag.
Eng. Lit. 11—367 Ma.
Ht. Eng. 5 —202 En.
Math. 7 —114 Ma.
Math. 11—384 Ma.
Math. 16—384 Ma.
Math. 100—384 Ma.
Math, (probabilities)—3B4 Ma.
Forest. 5 —F.
Lat. 7 Library W.
Bact. 2 (all except Sr. Fores
Zool. 23—206 Ma.
Ind. Art 2 —266 Ma.
Ind. Art 4—266 Ma.
Hort. 13—207 Ag.
Room assignments not indicated
will be announced later.
The regular college work will
close at 12:10 Thursday, January
18, 1912. Daily Chapel will be dis
continued after that date. Sunday
Chapel will be held January 21st,
but not on January 28th.
Students having conflicts in ex
aminations should report them to
the Assistant Registrar (Registrar’s
Office) at once.
The Pennsylvania Steel company
will send one of its representatives
to the college some time during this
month to run a series of tests in
torsion on alloy steels. These tests
will be made with the cooperation
of the department of Mechancis and
Materials of Construction, in the
Begin the New Year right. Pay
your Y. M. C. A. dues.
THe Royal Mutual Union
of Des Moines, lowa
Has never lost a dollar either in principal or interest.
Its policies are protected by a deposit with the state.
They have made the best settlements ever made by any insur-
They have the lowest participating premiums.
They earn more money on their invested funds than any other
company doing business in Pennsylvania.
THE SOCCER TRIP.
Penn State Team Makes Good
Showing on First Soccer Trip.
On Tuesday morning, Dec. 19,
the Penn State soccer team left for
the first trip. Haverford, W» sttown
School, and the University of Penn
sylvania teams were played, the
results being a del eat at Haverford
3-2, and ties scores at Westtown
and Penn 1 to 1. and 0 to 0, re
spectively. As this was the first
time that the Blue and White was
ever represented bva soccer team in
the east where the sport is so popu
lar, the outcome of the series was
somewhat doubtful. However the
result was most creditable.
The treatment which our fellows
received was splendid. This was
especially noticeable at Haverford,
where in addition to the regular
guarantee, sleeping quarters were
provided in the dormitories and
every possible kindness shown to
The first game played was with
Haverford. Penn State held the
team which last year won the inter
collegiate championship in soccer
to a 3 to 2 victory for the home
team. The contest was hard
fought throughout. Although we
lost the game, the showing
of our players was splendid.
Savery, Tobin and Stewart were the
The second contest was with
Westtown school. As the 1 to 1
score signifies the match was very
close. Valentour made the only
goal for State early in the game,
and this was soon followed by
Westtown’s single score.
The last game of the series Dec.
21, resulted in a scoreless tie with
the University of Pennsylvania.
The last game was the closest and
the best of the three. On the
strong Penn team, several English
men playing on the team had in
troduced a great deal of science
into the Penn style of play, but the
spirit and the gameness of our lads
kept the opponents from scoring.
"Dex” Very was easily the star of
the game, several times dribbling
the ball the whole length of the
Mr. J. M. Spangler, ’ll, is with
the signal department of the New
York Central and Hudson River
•PENN STATE! [COLLEGIAN
JAMES I. THOMPSON
COES & YOUNG’S
G. F. Vosburg, Agent I
Phi Sigma Kappa House |
£. IV. KVrjevs' 'ion.scm.aV 'Pa.xVoT
Hair Cutting a Specialty
Moles and Warts Removed
Stephens’ pool room
123 Allen Street
Mr. J. F. Mattern TO was mar
ried in Wilmington, Delaware last
May to Miss Jean Alice Rickabaugh
During the Christmas holidays
Mr. 3. M. Haverstick ’ll and Miss
Gertrude Metzgar were united in
marriage. Mr. Haverstick is locat
at Flint, Michigan, where he is con
nected with the Burick Automobile
company of that place.
Paul E. Murray ’O5, of Chicago,
111. was married to Miss Hattie
Gielow of Michigan City. Ind.
Christmas day, and after Feb. 1
will be at home to their friends at
7519 Eggleston Ave., Chicago-
Mr. Murray is an Engineer for
Chicago City railroad.
Mr. George H. Resides attended
the convention of the Pennsylvania
State Educational Association held
at Philadelphia recently. While
there he visited the various manual
training schools, and also the Har
risburg High School.
Domingo Panaini, ’O9, is with the
Porto Rican Irrigation Service, a
branch of the Department of the
Interior, with headquarters at Guy
ama, Porto Rico. He sends his
best wishes to all State men.
The Industrial Engineering de
partment has installed a new speed
regulator in the foundry so that the
blower may be run giving any de
sired result. -
Marry W. Sauers
130 East College Avenue
A lull line of men’s furnishings
Custom made clothing by the
Royal tailors 'S Pennants and
cushion tops—a fine assortment
Cleaning and Pressing Tickets
$1.50 worth of work for $l.OO
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SvaAvam QU. COTTVtT
Barber department the best,
none better; service unequal
ed; equipment the latest
Sole agency for
and retailer of fine confections
The new fall styles
of shoes just in at
L_. D. FYE’S
arul dealer in
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O. F\ S H A \AI
Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE
Can be kept clean by washing with soup and water.
You can stund on it when empty. The best LO'V
PRICE suitcase made
J. B. MINGLE, Shoemaker
J. C. Smith & Son
General : Hardware
Oils, paints, glass, cement
Roofing and spouting
Housefurnishing Goods, Etc.
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
JAMES P AIKENS
THE HOME OF TH E
THEIR FRIENDS WILL
I don’t talk; I make signs
Lettering of trunk* and suitcases my ips
cialty. Poster, show and display cards
CHAS. A. WOMER, State College
H. M. Meyers
First : Class : Restaurant
Ice Cream and Confectionery
106 EAST COLLEGE AVENUE
Lock Haven Steam Laundry
A. L. Sherman’l4 H. W. Stlner ’ 13
Soles sewed or stitched
by Champion stitcher. W. C. KLINE
South Alien street