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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
iiFIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science, offering
thirty-six courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Edu
cation—TUlTlON 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
BY THE WAY
Wholesale expulsion has been
put in force at the State Agricultur
al and Mechanical College at Aus
tin, Texas. President Miller has
dismissed 493 students for hazing
After 27 had been dismissed for
hazing, members of the junior,
sophomore and freshman classes,
466 in all, demanded that those dis
missed be reinstated and said that
they would attend no academic
duties until the faculty complied
with their demands. For insubor
dination these 466 were expelled
also. The matter will be brought
up before the House and the Sen
ate of the state for settlement.
Football is the only sport which
is profitable at the University of
Chicago, according to an official re
port issued last week. The game
netted $52,000 last year, at a cost
of $25,000. The total athletic re
ceipts were $67,025 and the expen
The gold sword that Louis XVI
presented to John Paul Jones in
recognition of the fight he made
with the Bon Homme Richard
against the Serapis, has been pre
sented to the University of Penn
sylvania by Edward C. Dale, a
former president of the Society of
the Cincinnati. The sword has
been in the possession of the family
for more than a century.
One of the professors at Gettys
burg is under quarantine on account
of a case of measles in his home,
but he conducts his classes regular
ly by means of written recitations.
This seems like flying in the face
The Medical School of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania is second to none
in America, according to a report
made by a committee of the Amer
ican Medical Association after a
seven years' investigation of the
medical schools of the country.
Several other schools including
those of Columbia, Cornell, Syra
cuse and Johns Hopkins, are placed
in the same class as. that of the Un
iversity but none of them were de
clared superior. Take your pick,
A committee of Oberlin students,
interested in undergraduate reading,
have prepared the following set of
questions with the view of discover
ing the tendencies of • undergrads:
What have you read outside of
your assigned reading, since Sep
tember, 1912? What are your fa-
vorite novels? What magazines do
you read the most? Do you ever
read poetry, if so, what? Do you
ever read essays, if so, what ones?
What plays have you attended dur
ing college course.
An honorary society, "The
Sphinx," has recently been organiz
ed at Penn State with the follow
ing as members: A. F. Fischer, R.
C. Harlow, C. E. Swab, E. R.
Stewart, R. Whitney, I. S. Nippes,
J. H. Schollenberger, M. J. Lewis,
D. W. Smith, 0. J. Vogel, W. C.
Gillespie, H. Flagg, R. J. Sayre, E.
E. Miller, J. S. Grumbling, M.
Horst, C. A. Keyser, L. L. Lamb, J.
R. Mathers, J. S. Beatty, G. H.
Gleason, G. D. Enterline, D. E.
Schock, E. W. Tobin, 0. B. Gipple,
H. Hill, F. K. Hoehler.
W. R. K. Scott 'll, was married
on January 28 to Miss Lulu Mc-
Causland, at Washington, Pa.
What Profession are You Choosing ?
If it is either MEDICINE, DENTISTRY, PHARMACY or CHEMISTRY
do not fail to learn the advantages of
The Medico=Chirurgical College
It is in the City which has been and still is the American Center of Education in
these Sciences. It has Departments of and grants Degrees in all four of them It
has its own Buildings, comprising well-planned and well•equipped Laboratories, a
large and modern Hospital, and the finest clinical Amphitheatre extant. Its Courses
in each Department are carefully graded. It has abundant and varied Clinical Material.
Its Faculties are renowned and of high Pedagogic ability. Its Training is essentially
and thoroughly practical.
Special Features are Personal Instruction and Individual Work; Free Quizzes, Ward
Classes limited in size, Practical Clinical Conferences; Modern and Modified Seminar
Methods; Special Lectures by eminent Authorities. Practice and Training in
Technique, etc., etc.
Write to-day to the Dean of the Department in which you are interested for announce
ment describing the course and containing full information as to fees. Compare the
advantages this college offers with any other before making a final decision.
Seventeenth and Cheery Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
The second wrestling meet of the
season will be staged, on Saturday
evening, at 7:30 o'clock, in the
Armory. Toronto is the largest
university in Canada and her ath
letic teams rank correspondingly
high. She had two intercollegiate
wrestling champions on her team
last year and will come to Penn
State with the intention of going
back as victors.
Penn State will be strengthened
for this meet by the reporting for
trials of two of last year's varsity
men and the resulting changes.
Very has reported and will no
doubt be the Blue and White repre
sentative in the 158 pound class,
while Captain Schollenberger, Fulk
man and Kirk will each be one
weight lower, respectively than in
the McGill meet.
Tickets will be on sale, at the
Coop. on Wednesday evening at
6:30 and on Saturday from 3 to
7:30 p. m. Seven weights will be
wrestled and the admission will re
main the same as for the McGill
Ladies will be admitted to the
Armory at the side door.
No tickets will be sold at the
door. Get them early and avoid
Malcolm MacMillan, who gave
such good satisfaction in his first
visit to Penn State, will again offici
ate as referee.
The Basket Ball Trip.
The Penn State basket ball team,
accompanied by Coach Haddow
and Manager Bevan, will start at 5
o'clock this evening on its final trip.
The Lehigh game to-morrow night
is awaited with much interest. Le
high's record this winter shows that
the Brown and White team has
overwhelmingly defeated• Cornell
and Penn and lost only to the Navy
and Penn State. Last year our var
sity lost to Lehigh on her floor 35
to 33. On the following evening
the Penn State tossers meet Swarth
more, another team which defeated
us last year by two points, the
score being 22 to 20. The Blue
and White team will then wind up
it's schedule of games on foreign
floors by meeting the Franklin and
Marshall quintet in Lancaster, Sat
urday night. Franklin and Mar
shall was defeated last year 33 to
The trip schedule of games fol
Feb. 13. Lehigh University, at
Feb. 14. Swarthmore College,
Feb. 15. Franklin and Marshall,
THE PENN STATE COLLE
The John Middleton Pipes
cigars, cigarettes, tobaccos and
smokers' supplies of every descrip
tion. Give the best satisfaction.
Class and Fraternity Pipes
a specialty; all guaranteed. En
dorsed by 'l3, 'l4 and 'l5.
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113 Cit. 11 E "R. SIC 13?
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Mrs. Garner is now cater
ing and cooking for her
club at 129 Pugh street.
This fact means
J. F. Bonner, Mgr.
E. L. GRAHAM & COMPANY
Dry Goods Groceries
East College avenue
125 South Mien Street
Latest fall styles In
Just Right Shoes
Tennis Shoes, Clothing
M. "it.amkti., Y•top
Expert Picture Framing
Our Prices are Right
H. M, Myers E. College Av
I - larry NA/. Sauers
A full line of men's furnishings
Custom made clothing by the
Royal tailors "4. Pennants and
cushion tops—a fine assortment
3 Suits Pressed for One Dollar
Cleaning and Pressing Tickets
$1.50 worth of work for $l.OO
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Schedules, rates and Itinerary of
taps quoted to Europe, Bermuda,
a, P nnmn and other points
, W. B. HICKS
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Our Fall line of
Shoes just in
L. D. IF N" IE'S
SHEASLY & GENTZEL
Dry goods, groceries, notions, fur
niture, carpets, curtains, drapings.
'Platlart Zraming a Byte \aktN,l
Nos. 200-206 East College Avenue
TTie Leading Restaurant
Ice Cream and Confectionery
Short Orders a Specialty
%. C. L-congee
106 EAST COLLEGE AVENUE
The Tobacco Store
Geo. B. Jackson
Holmes Bldg , Allen Street
The First National Bank
State College, Pa.
3g irat e re s t
on time deposits, payablu
can now supply you with
choice cigars, cigarettes
ice cream and fruit sodas at
the old store
next to postofTice
J. C. Smith & Son
General : Hardware
Oils, paints, glass, cement, stoves and
Roofing and spouting
Houseturnishing Goods, Etc.
ICktkany Zight, Vent
and Voxnem Company
State CeAwe., "Peau'a
Z. 3\ .I'6:sm . 'JoAsofta.\ 'Parkor
112 East Cattags Ilas
Every tool sterilized for each man. Particular
work done for particular people
J. B. MARTIN
SOLE AGENT FOR
South Allen Street, opposite the Postoffice
James M. Williams
General Tinning, Roofing
Spouting and Furnace Work
Shop; South Frazier street