Newspaper Page Text
Published on Thursday of rncb *eek during the
college year by the student* uf liie Pennsylvania
State College in the interest of the Students. Fac
ulty. Alumni and Friends of the college.
Entered at the Postoffice. State College, Pa , as
second class matter
Editor in Chief
W. S. KRIEBEL, JR., *l2
W. P. LITTLE,
G. A. BARKER, ’l2
R. M. EVANS, 'l3
M. 4.. KRIMMEL, 'l3
J. D. HOGARTH, 14
F. C. DOSE, 14
E. A. JAMES,
H. S. COCKLIN, 'l2
THEO. I.ENCHNER, 'l2
M. M. GRUBBS, 'l3
B. R. HENDERSON, 'l3
#l. SO per year or $1.25 if paid within JO days after
iate of subscription.
THURSDAY, JAN. 18. 1912
The Men and Throughout the en-
tire country, in
Movement cities and rural dis-
tricts, in churches,
schools, colleges, Y. M. C. A.s fac
tories and in all accessible places
where men arf congregated, the
Men and Religion Movement is
reaching out to everyone in an ef
fort to unravel the pressing prob
lems of personal and social re
demption. The men who are head
ing the movement are working as a
concentrated force behind which is
massed personal characteristics and
money, so that nothing can hinder
the onward march of these men in
doing what is only a duty. During
ninteen centuries of life no one has
ever been discovered could
permanently withstand the powerful
lure of the call of the Gospel, where
it was brought within actual close
range. The solution of the problem
lies in finding a place of vital con
tact with the great mass of men.
The Men and Forward Movement
is laying powerful emphasis on
community extension, which means
to go out into the highways and
hedges and find men, and there in
their own environments apply the
Gospel message. ' Every man shall
be given' some good task to per
form and it shall be worthy of his
manhood. The movement is not a
local one, but world-wide. Every
Christian should be “on the job,”
this being a special feature that is
being given special recognition.
One can scarcely pick up a paper
to-day without seeing something of
the Men and Religion Forward
Movement. It has not only Effect
ed the churchmen, but it has arous
ed the social workers and those in
terested in municipal problems, as
governors, mayors, college presi
dents and hard headed men in
every walk of life. The program
appeals to them. It is man’s job.
This movement has enough spirit to
challenge the attention of every
right thinking cicizen, whatever his
belief. Every man of this college
should get “one the job” and make
himself a power for some good.
On account of the final examina
tion, no issue of the Penn State
Collegian will appear next week.
February 1 will be the date of the
Begin the New Year right. Pay
your Y. M. C. A. dues.
Three Cash Prizes.
John R. Valentine, breeder of
Ayrshire Cattle, at Highland Farm,
Biyn Mawr, Pa., offers three $50.00
prizes to the three students who
do the best work in dairy cattle
judging and who shall be deemed
most worthy to repiesent The Penn
sylvania State College in the Stu
dent Judging Contest at the next
National Dairy Show. The prize
money is to be used in defraying
the expenses of the trip to the
While prize lists are not yet pub
lished for the next Show, it might
be said that there were three $4OO
scholarships awarded at the last
show. These were open only to
four year men, with the condition
that they be used for a year’s post
giaduate work in Dairy Husbandry.
All other prizes and team trophies
were open to both two year and
four year men.
Those wishing to tiy for the Val
entine prizes should see any good
dairy herds that they may have the
opportunity to visit; study the
breeds of dairy cattle, and plan to
take the dairy inspection trip to be
announced later. Report to H. E.
Van Norman or Mr. Cook that you
expect to try for a place on the
Judging Team to go to the next
Dairy Husbandry Notes,
Professois Van Norman and
Messrs. Cook and Baldwin are at
tending the meeting of the Pennsyl
vania Dairy Union, which is being
held in connection with the Key
stone State Fair at Pittsburg on
Jan. 15th to 20th, 1912.
Mr. C. F. Doane of the United
States Dairy Division, who is con
ducting investigations in Swiss
cheese making in the Dairy Build
ing, addressed a Cheese Makers’
Convention at Madison, Wisconsin,
on Jan. 12th, 1912. He also gave
two addresses at the meeting of the
Dairy Union at Pittsburg.
Members of the Dairy Husbandry
department who gave addresses at
the Dairy Union meeting weie Prof.
H. E. Van Norman on “Selection of
the Profitable Cow,” Prof. C. W.
Larsen on “Artificial Buttermilk”
and Mr. W. C. Baldwin on "Con
Mr. W. A. Cdok will spend Jan.
23, 24, 25 and 26 in Bradford coun
ty lecturing at Farmers’ Institutes.
A new U. S. No. 17 Separator
has been installed in the farm dairy
room. An Automatic Gasoline and
a DeLaval steam turbine have also
lately been installed.
An Engineering Opportunity,
The Methodist Mission m Na
diad,lndia, wants a Mechanical
Engineer, capable of giving instruc
tion in both iron and wood work, to
take charge of the large industrial
school there. Nadiad is a city of
32,-000 and the center of an exten
The Industrial Engineering ‘ In
stitute is one of the best of its kind
in India. The shop buildings now
enclose about one-and-a-half acres
of the ground. The handloom in
dustry is very important. The
course of Mechanical Drawing fol
lows Western practice. Ordinary
carpentry work is done, patterns
for iron castings made, a power
plant operated; and the machine
shop contains screw cutting lathes,
a model planer and shaper, a miling
machine, drills and small tools.
Any one interested is requested
to refer to Professor H. Diemer.
An Evening for Freshmen,
All members of the Freshman
Bible Class who have signed up at
any time of the year, are invited to
a Freshman evening, on the Friday
evening between semesters, in what
is known as Doctor Welch’s house
on the east Campus.
PENN STATE COLLEGIAN
TPTie; TTigTi Sto.jntciQ.irci L-q t_ind tt
The Student’s Laundry
tJWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to he had in our line. <JOur laundry
is mo'dern in all departments. ®IWe cater to those who desire high grade work at hon
est prices. (JYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work.
H. E. Shore 'l3 1 ( E.T. Asplundh ’l2
J. L. McCreary 'l2 t STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS J B. M. Herman 'l2
L. A. Davis 'l2 ) ( T. W. Harris 'l3
WRESTLING SOON OPENS
A Return Meet With Penn Secured
for March 15 at Philadelphia.
Following the week of examina
tions Captain F. T. Lesh T 2, Coach
Ed. Lewis and a few of the more
experienced men will turn all their
attention toward developing men
for the four positions that must be
filled by the absence of varsity men
on last years team and who did not
return this year. Trials for the
Cornell trip will be held immediate
ly after the varsity basketball game
on February 8.
Manager Knight has secured a re
turn meet with Penn at Philadel
phia for March 15. This contest
will be run on a percentage basis.
The manner in which Penn is
developing a team shows that they
are anxious to win at least one of
the two scheduled engagements
with Penn State. The Penn team
wrestles one hour each day and
four coaches are on the mat with
In order to keep the mats in the
Armory in good condition, students
wearing street shoes, are asked not
to walk on the same. A picture of
the entire squad of wrestlers will be
taken Saturday at 3 p. m.
Varsity “S” in Baseball and
Track for 1911.
The following men were awarded
the Varsity “S” in baseball for the
season of 1911. Captain Kelly,
Manager Chubbuck, Bubb, Minick,
Workman,"fsiythe, Carson, Eberlein,
Haddow, Klepfer, Whitney, Craig
The men receiving the Varsity
“S” in Track for the season of 1911
are : —Captain Mathers, Manager
Sleppy, Guyer, Pier, Hoskins, Fish
er, Maybee, Lum, Saulsbury, Ley
den. Key ser and Barrett.'
News From Mr. Pinchot.
Several telegrams and letters'were
received from MrL Gifford Pinchot, 1
ex-chief forester of the United
States, in which he expressed his
keen regret at not having been able
to have lectured to us on last Satur
day evening. As 'Mr. Pinchot is
very desirous of addressing the stu
dents of this'college, a lecture will
probably be' arranged for in the
Free Lecture Course Notes.
Miss Jane Addams, one of the
most prominent social workers in
the United States, will lecture some
time in the spring.
The "Liberal Arts Society" will
produce Oliver Goldsmiths Comedy
"She Stoops to Conquer” with a
strong cast on Sat. March 2.
- Further announcements later.
Mr. W. >L. Miggett, director of
the engineering shops of the uni
versity of Michigan at Ann Arbor,
visited here during the holidays
with the specific view of investi
gating the course .in Industrial En
gineering, and methods of shop in
struction as carried on at The Penn
sylvania State College. He was
entertained by the University Club.
Those present were _ Dean Jackson,
Prof. Diemer, and ‘ tHe'm'structors in
Larry Vorhis TO, football coach
at Wesleyan will not return there
next year, he having contracted to
manage a big plantation in the
John Haddow ex-’l3, is coaching
the basketball candidates at Leba
We carry a
full line of
Bellefont© Central Railroad
F. H. THOMAS, General Manager
:Witli Pennsylvania It. It.
The First National Bank
' State College, Pa.
on time deposits, payable
Have you tried
“Buffalo” Smoking Tobacco?
1 For Pipe or Cigarette
GEORGE B. JACKSON
ALLEN ST., STATE OOLLEGE. PA.
J. C. MARKLE
All Kinds of Choice Meats
Fiih in season
138 College Avenue
G. E. SBue/
JeWefer ext2ol OjoLiciiaT2
CHAS. A. WONIER
. Tonsorial Artist
Your patronage soticted Flrstclass work guar
“ 1 ant»
S. E. K IMPORT
Choice Meats of All Kinds
Frazier Street Both phones
•Patronize the Coli
The Athletic Store
Dec. 20 1910
.. T,v NEW YORK Ar ..
Lv PHILADELPHIA Ar
.Lv. IT \URTSBURG Ar,
. .Lv PITTSBURG Ar.
Lv ALTOONA Ar
Lv TYRONE Ar
Lv WILLIAMSPORT Ar
Lv LOCK HAVEN Ar
L\ JIELLEFONTKt Ar
. HUNTERS PARK .
... WADDLES ..
Ar KRUMRINE Lv .
. STATE COLLEGE .
PINE GROVE MILLS
Sheasly & Gentzel
Dry Goods,, Groceries, Notions
, _ L .
Furniture and Carpets
• •* r»j
T\c\ut« '3ram\tvq a SpcoVattxj
FINE CONFECTIONERY '
Nos. 200-206 College Avenue
The Potter-Hoy Hardware Co,
Distributors for the
PENINSULAR PAINT and VARNISH CO'S
: comploto line - - .
H. A. EVEY
«^_lU!ve;r , y
CAB WORK A SPECIALTY
SANITARY 'PLUMBING, STEAM,
HOT WATER, VAPOR AND
State College Pennsylvania