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Editor in Chief
R. M. EVANS, ’l3
M. A. KRIMMEL, ’l3
G. A. BARKER, ’l2
J. D. HOGARTH, ’l4
F. C. DOSE, ’l4
D. HESS, ’l4
J. R. MATHERS, ’l5
W. S. PARKINSON, Jr., ’l5
E. A. JAMES, ’l2
THEO. liENCHNER, ’l2
M. M. GRUBBS, ’l3
B. R. HENDERSON, ’l3
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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912
Our Adver- The "Collegian”
tisements. has been recently
criticized for having
so many columns of advertising
matter. We are sorry that this has
to be resorted to in order that ex
penses can be met. About sixty
per cent, of our student body have
the idea that a college paper can
be published and sent to them free
of charge. This is not the case.
Our policy is to try to please as
many of our readers as we possibly
can. A recent editorial asked for
criticisms, especially at that time,
yet very few ideas were advanced
by the student body. What is the
result ? Is a weekly paper not
needed, or must we find some way
to present the “Collegian" on a
silver tray. We asked for ideas
and got ,few, now we ask ior
money. Subscriptions can be sent
to the Business Manager.
An Unnecessary From the re-
cent selection of
the Faculty Fel-
lowship Committee, it would seem
entirely unnecessary for senior
classes in the future to cast their
vote expressing the selection of the
class for fellowship candidates.
Where Are the shall it not be
“fair play” to the
Library to return
all books that are held by the stu
dent body ? Practically all books
now circulate, and it is unfair to keep
the other 99 waiting for certain
information that perhaps can be
secured nowhere else than in that
particular volume which you still
hold. The act of taking books
from our Library without records
being made, and then not being re
turned, is something that will l.ot be
tolerated by the student body. All
books should be returned before
The Next On account of our ex-
Issue. aminations which start
next Friday, there will
be no issue of the Penn State Col
legian next week. The last issue, the
commencement number, will be
printed Friday, June 7.
At the Athletic Association elec
tion on May 16, the following were
elected to office for the college year
1912-13: L. F. Engle, President; B.
R. Henderson, Vice President; M. S.
McDowell, Treasurer; P. M. Hittner,
W. J. Gauthier, J. A. Bowman
Assistant Baseball Managers; J. M.
DeVoe, E. M. Byers, F. R. Gould
Assistant General Athletic Manag
BY THE WAY.
Wesleyan established a six
months rule by which no man is al
lowed to play on a varsity team un
less he has been in college at least
for that period of time.
The Michigan Glee Club has been
offered a trip to Japan at the ex
pense of the Japanese government.
There i$ a little matter which
some of our subscribers have
Seemingly forgotten. We like not
to mention the fact, but it i$ of
import to the Sustenance of the
Dr. Holmes, who is to be
come our Vice-President, gave a
series of farewell addresses on
psychology at the University of
The girls of Ohio Wesleyan in a
mass meeting decided to abolish all
dates for ball games in the future,
and to attend these games by them
selves. (Did they all approve of
The singing of “Hail, Hail, etc.,”
is forbidden in the University of
Nebraska, upon pain of expulsion.
Alpha Chi Sigma, the honorary
chemical fraternity of which there
is a chapter at Penn State, recently
instituted a chapter at Syracuse
1914 Victorious in Debate.
In a very one sided debate upon
the question : Resolved, “That the
adoption of the recall of judicial
decisions as advocated by Mr.
Roosevelt would promote the gen
eral welfare,” the sophomore team
completely overwhelmed the fresh
man team, winning by a score
The arguments propounded by
the 1915 gladiators were extremely
vague, and not until the last speak
er had deliveied his speech, was it
possible to follow the line of
The sophomores on the contrary
evidenced adequate preparation and
presented their side of the ques
tion in a clean and forceful manner.
The refutation of both factors
proved itself to be extremely in
effective because each side con
tented itself with opposing the un
essential arguments or facts of the
The affirmative team (1915) con
sisted of : Aaron J. Helfrecht,
Francis E. Thomas, George An
drews, Harry Van Horn, alternate.
The negative team (1914) was
made up of : John R. Bracken, E.
Clark Stiles, James W. Carpenter,
Benjamin F. Swartz, alternate.
Dr. P. 0. Ray presided at the
debate, and Prof. Agee, Prof. Pat
tee and Rev. Reed acted as judges.
Attention 11912 1 Its a Grizzly l
The Pittsburgh Alumni Associa
tion has inaugurated an employ
ment bureau for the help of “State”
men in and around Pittsburgh. Sec
retary A. K. Little ’O7, 1012 Park
Building,Pittsburgh is loyally taking
a large portion of his time to drive
this venture to a successful con
clusion, and all Pittsburgh Alumni
and ex-students are requested to get
into this work for the Alma Mater,
by writing immediately to Mr. Little
concerning any technical positions
which are open now, or will be
about June 15th. By means of
some co-operative effort on the
part of the Pittsburgh Alumni this
movement should result in locating
many 1912 graduates around Pitts
burgh, as well as many alumni and
ex-students now in that district.
Resolutions of Condolence.
Whereas, God in his infinite wis
dom has seen fit to remove by
death, the father of our esteemed
classmate, A. Goytia, be it resolved,
that the class of 1913 of the Penn
sylvania State College, extends its
sincere sympathy to the members
of the family in their bereavement.
TT he TTigln Standard mt_tndry
The Student’s Laundry
•IWe make an honest efiort to give you the best to be had in our line. <JOur laundry
is modem in all departments. tJIWe cater to those who desire high grade work ‘at hon
est prices. tflYou will appreciate the snappy appearance of our work.
H. E. Shore ’l3 ) I E. T. Asphmdh 'l2
J. L. McCreary ’l2 > STUDENT AGENTS STUDENT AGENTS JB. M. Herman 'l2
L. A. Davis ’l2 ) ( T. W. Harris ’l3
Schedules, rates and itinerary of
trips quoted to Europe, Bermuda,
Panama and other points
w. B. HICKS
Get in the Habit
of asking us for a bid
on your job work We
will su r p r i s|e you in
quality and price
The Keystone Gazette
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The largest and best line of
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Latest creations in neckwear
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Be it also resolved, that a copy
of these resolutions be entered upon
the class minutes, and be published
in the Penn State Collegian.
Furthermore be it resolved, that
a copy of these resolutions be sent
to the family.
Committee Ira S. Nippes.
H. P. Kocher
C. E. Swab.
The Rifle Club has secured a
500 yard out door range for the use
of all faculty members. The range
is situated near the college.
We carry a
full line of
Bellefonte Central Railroad
F. H. THOMAS, General Manager
EWith Pennsylvania R. R.
The First National Bank
State College, Pa.
3f o interest
on time deposits, payable
Have you tried
“Buffalo” Smoking Tobacco?
For Pipe or Cigarette
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