Penn State collegian. (State College, Pa.) 1911-1940, June 08, 1912, Image 5

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Pennsylvania : State :
EDWIN ERLE SPARKS, Ph.D„ L.L. D., PRESIDENT
]|i<h irtp Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of
g Pennsylvania
'o MTf GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science, offering
|jnt jjjjj thirty-live courses of four years each— Albo courses in Home Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Edu-
Lijii §j cation—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate.
”j|; pi First semester begins middle of September; second semester the first of February; Summer Session for
:i;• Teachers about the third Monday in June of each year. For catalogue, bulletins, announcements, etc., address
>e Third Summer Session for
Teachers.
The Third Summer Session for
jli achers will open the second Mon
dlr y following Commencement. At
4lpjidance is limited to teachers and
teachers in Pennsyl
vania. For those who are teaching
[Pennsylvania, a nominal registra
nt fee of $5 admits to all classes
d lectures.
The first session, held two years
o, had 146 teachers enrolled,
ast summer 215 teachers were
! esent. There is every indication
jat the third session will show a
: bstantial increase in enrollment.
! Forty instructors will offer cours
| in nearly one hundred different,
ibjects. The State Free Library
[ immission will offer a course in
i brary Instruction for teachers,
tactically every "advanced subjcet
Squired for a State Permanent
iertificate may be found in the list
f subjects included.
[ A large part of the work offered
|| the Summer Session may be con
timed, under certain specified con
■■ tions, by correspondence. Credit
e given for all work satisfactorily
ompleted.
Not the least important feature of
He session will be the public lectur
s given by such men as Dr. Russell
.onwell, Dr. Frederick Poole, Dr.
.witmyer, and others, the side
leasure excursion trips, and the
jorus organized,during the^session:
|peciairy"e<j3ipp'ed - for- the use of
-jomen students, Old Main will
irovide ample accommodations for
len students. Every effort will be
iut forth to make those in atten
mce comfortable and happy.
Statement of the Proposed Hazing
Regulations.
As there seems to be a great
nount of misunderstanding con
iming the proposed hazing regula
3ns, and the functions of the com
ittee, the following is presented to
ich student so that any misunder
anding may be cleared up.
(1) Nothing is abolished except
discriminate hazing (by indis
iminate hazing is meant all “round
?s" and any hazing which is not
3ne on account of the breach of
. h istoms, or for overbearing be-
M'.ivior). All college customs that
ave been observed heretofore are
> be observed with this single ex
ception.
jij (2) The committee is elected so
; £ iiihat the decision -of the class is
placed in the hands of responsible
linen rather than in the hands, of
linen that are not so representative
■inf their class.
(3) The committee receives
|i>mplgjnts against freshmen, from
iany member of the three upper
-Masses. It sits as a board and
wears the complaints against the
'offenders and his -defense. If
"they decide that the freshman has
Tailed'to observe college customs or
has been offensive in any way, they
turn hjm over to the sophomore
class to be hazed. If on the other
hand they find the complaint to be
unjust or merely a personal grudge,
they dismiss the freshman.
(4) , The committee as a body
does absolutely no hazing. They
may however take part in any haz
ing as an individual member of the
sophomore class.
NV hy Not
Investigate the merits of that great Western company, the
Royal Union Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Des Moines,
lowa ? Investigation will show you that the security given to
the policy-holders is unexcelled, and the attractive rate of in
terest secured on the investments, made exclusively in the
West, is a guarantee of good dividends. Investigate and make
money. No trouble to show specimen policies, no importunity.
College Boys, Attention!
Young men often say to me, “What good will a life insurance
policy do me if I die ?’’. Bless your heart, tell me of anything that will
do you any good if you die. But it will do others good. It will help
to reimburse that mother or father, if you die, who scratched and saved
to put you through college. And if you live and keep up the pay
ments to maturity, I can tell you of policies that will not only piotect
those you love or to whom you may be indebted for funds to complete
your course, but will pay you back personally at maturity all you put in
or more.' Do you know that after you have paid one full annual prem
ium in my company, should you become totally and permanently dis
abled and unable to„eam money, your policy,,will become a fully paid
policy for the face of it ?- The latest wrihkle iii life insurance. Let me
tell*'you about this— things that will surely interest
you—and make you money.
New York. Life Ins. Co.
Two Alumni Return,
C. G. Stoll, ’O3, Manager of
Manufactures for Westinghouse
Electric Company, recently spent
several days at the' college inter
viewing the senior electricals who
are considering positions with the
company.
F. W. Jessop of the class of 1896,
Manager of the Electric Controller
and Manufacturing Company,
Cleveland, Ohio, was at the college
from May 20 to 23. Mr. Jessop
presented the Electrical Engineer
ing Department with one of his
company’s Modern automatic direct
current Motor Controllers.
The Election of Thespian Officers.
The officers of the Thespians
for 1912 and 1913 are: —Pres-
ident, E. W. Fickes, T 3; Secretary
S. J. Keister, T 4; Treasurer, Prof.
Crandell;Directors,Professors Patteej
Frizzell, and Harding; Business
Manager, D. K. Skinner, T 3; Adver
tising Manager, G. B. Butterfield
’l3; Assistant Managers, H. G.
Shupe, T 4 and C. S. Van Reed, T 4.
E. E. Tanguy, T 2 and C. C. Christ,
12 are the retiring president and
manager.
The Hospital Question.
A committee composed of Car
son, Rogers, Minick, 1912; Shollen
berger, 1913; Reinhardt, 1914; and
Moffitt, 1915, has been appointed
from the student body to consult
the Alumni and Trustees in Con
nection with the proposed hospital.
In the last mass meeting of the
year Jonas Blank; 1913, was elected
secretary of the Athletic Associa-
•PENN 'STATE! f COLLEGIAN
THE REGISTRAR, State College, Pennsylvania
JAMES I. THOMPSON
General Agent
JESSIE D. WHITE, 124 W. College, Ave.
Now-a-days
COES & YOUNG’S
G. F. Vosburg, Agent
Phi Sigma Kappa House
Stephens’ poolroom
’ BARBER SHOP
123 Allen Street
Arrow
COLLARS
The best fitting and
the best wearing: of the
2 for 23c. collars
To-morrow is no time at all—it never
The time to insure is| to-day. You
will be supplied with the kind of in
surance adapted to your means and
needs; your convenience will be consult
ed, the way made easy if you apply to
the
PENN MUTUAL LIFE,
921-3-5 Chestnut St.
College Sales Company
State College Representatives.
Berryman Mulvihill Love
College
Lemont Pa.
SHOES
O. F. SHAW
HARNESS MAKER
Agent for THE SOLITE SUITCASE
Can be kept clean by washing with soap and water.
You can stand on it when empty. The best LOW
PRICE suitcase made
J. B. MINGLE, Shoemaker
Harry W. Sauers
(? off egg
130 East College Avenue
A full line of men’s furnishings
Custom made clothing by the
Royal tailors Pennants and
cushion tops—a fine assortment
Cleaning and Pressing Tickets
SI.SO worth of work for $l.OO
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The best in the country
are handled by me, If
want PURE goods at a
fair price you can get
them only from
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S H O ED S
The new fall styles
of shoes just in at
L. D. FYE’S
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•nd dealer in Eastman SurwUea
OhVa \\Tt\e\&tt work tone
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Allan Street
J. C. Smith & Son
Dealers in
General : Hardware
Builders’ Material
Oils, paints, glass, cemei.t
and stoves
Roofing and spouting
Housefurnishing Goods, Etc.
vLbe llnn
State College
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
JAMES P AIKENS
THE HOME OF THE
PENN STATE
FOOTBALL
THEIR FRIENDS WILL
ALWAYS RECEIV
SPECIAL ATTENTIO
I don’t talk; I make signs
Lettering of trunks and suit cases my spa
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
l.ock Haven Steam Laundry
BEST WORK
at
LOWEST
PRICES•.
Your Patronage.
Solicited
STUDENT AGENTS
A. L. Sherman ’l4 H.W. Stlner ’l3
Soles sewed or stitched
by Champion stitcher. W. C.' KLINE
South Allen street
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