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second class matter
Editor In Chlol
R. M. EVANS, 'l3
M. A. KRIMMEL, 'l3
G. A. BARKER, ’IS
J. D. HOGARTH, ’l4
F. C. DOSE, ’l4
D. HESS, ’l4
J. R. MATHERS, ’IB
W. S. PARKINSON, Jr.,
E. A. JAMES, ’l2
THEO. LENCHNER, 'l2
M. M. GRUBBS, 'l3
B. R. HENDERSON,
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SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912
The Class The college days of
of 1912. the class of 1912 have
drawn to an end. Duty
now sounds its call in their ears
from new fields, with which we are
unfamiliar. The ways part here.
After next Wednesday 1912 will be
a memory at Penn State, a glorious
memory however for those who re
main to think about. During the
four years this class has been form
ing valued friendships and collect
ing cherished remembrances which
will be carried through life as re
minders of time spent within the
shadows “Old Main”. To
us these friendships mean more
than anything else, but to those who
follow the splendid athletes, the
exceptionally strong positive per
sonalities of the leading men of the
class, the wise customs and regula
tions instigated and established by
the class,and the new Wireless Tow
er presented by them will go with
our athletic victories of the year
over Cornell, Princeton, Pennsyl
vania, Yale and Pitt toward making
1912 a banner' year at Penn State.
Immediately after graduation, the
majority of the men will take up
their new duties. All connecting
with Penn State, and most earnestly
the Penn State Collegian, wish un
limited success to the members
The Retiring The Penn State
Board. Collegian records
with regret the'loss
to the paper of five retiring men by
graduation this spring. All have
been connected with the paper for
three years and have put their best
efforts in the work.
The 1913 The yearly book pub
is Vie. lished by the Junior
Class of the Pennsylva
nia State College, the La Vie, Has
been distributed, ‘the last week.
The edition compares very favorably
with other La Vies and is a credit
to the La Vie board and to the
class. This is the twenty-fourth
edition of the book. Two import
ant changes in the style of the
publication are noticed. The in
dividual write-ups are brief and
well chosen, and the junior class
is divided into schools, the latter
change bringing out more and more
the distinction between different
units of the college.
W. S. Kriebel, Jr,
Mr. W. S. Kriebel, Jr., editor-in
chief of the paper has performed
his editorial duties in a most credi
table manner. The difficulties of
presenting to those interested in
the college a paper that will please
the majority and at the same time
take a definite stand for the right
thing have been largely overcome
by the retiring editor. By untiring
effort and the use of much tact
fullness the"Collegian"has been well
edited during the last year and takes
a rather high rank among similar
E. A. James.
Mr. James has filled the position
of business manager of the paper
with unusual ability. His task, a
hard one from all view points, did
not cause the many problems in
financing such a proposition as the
“Collegian” to be neglected. The re
tiring business manager is to be
congratulated upon his successful
manipulation of the business de
The Three Assistants.
Mr. W. P. Little, assistant editor,
and Messers H. S. Coughlin and T.
Lenchner, assistant business mana
gers, have been of invaluable aid in
the success of the weekly. Mr.
Little, in the editorial department,
has taken an active part in handling
details and has secured many valu
able articles for the paper- Mess
ers Coughlin and Lenchner, assistant
business managers, have made it
only possible to run the paper
through their efforts in securing
That part of the constitution of
the Athletic Association providing
for the awarding of the prescribed
tennis insignia was voted on and
passed May 29.
There Are Melons and Melons — I
but the rich, sweet, juicy ones are I
those that had plenty of available ) 7"
to insure normal ripening with rapid sugar formation.""- „
The right kind of fertilizer is a good investment. The vines will continue
to bear melonstof first quality instead of yielding only one or two pickings and
then a lot of unmarketable culls.
Supplement*the compost with xooo to 1500
pounds of 5.8.10 goods, the ammonia to be
derived mainly from organic substances like
blood, tankage, fish or cottonseed meal.
This is equally good for cucumbers, pump,
kins and squashes.
T tie Jri i S tandarci' Lcitaneiry
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