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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
ciFIVE 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
The Experiment Station men are anxious to discuss the questions of most value
to the people along the routes. Ask them to bring along an exhibit of fertilizer
materials and to tell you how to get the most plant-food for your money.
Recently one train gave demonstrations of actual fertilizer mixing. Soon many
will do so. Take your fertilizer dealer to these trains. Ask him to sell Potash
Salts and brands containing six to ten per cent. Potash.
We shall be glad to bend you, frte, pamphlets prepared by the best practical
authorities on fertilizers for various crops and soils. Write today, mentioning
crops and soils that you wish to improve.
German Kali Works, Inc., 42 Broadway, New York
Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. Bank & Trust Bldg„ Savannah, Ca, Whitney Bankßldg., Mew Orleans, La.
Emplm Bldg., Atlanta, Ca.
Good Schedule Assured—Four
The tennis outlook for the spring
season of 1912-1913 appears very
bright. Not only is there last
year's entire varsity squad to draw
from, but also some very promis
ing new material developed last
fall. The courts are being put in
readiness for the opeqing of the
season and one of the Armory
courts will be reserved for the ex
clusive use of the tennis squad.
—A-business meeting of the Tennis
Association will be held at seven
o'clock, this evening, in 114
Main Building, at which time elec
tions for three Sophomore Assist
ant Managers will be held, Any
member of the 1915 class who is a
member of the Tennis Association
and who desires to run for an As
sistant Managership should hand
his name to T. W. Harris, 'l3,
Manager, or E. N. Sullivan, Assist
ant Manager, before the meeting.
The following men are expected
to report for the squad:
W. H. Patterson, 'l3; W. L. Irish,
'l3; R. C. Hay, 'l5; D. Harrower,
'l3; E. P. Allinson, Special; M. W.
Harris, 'l3; P. S. Conrad, Special;
C. M. Nevin, 'l6; A. R. Cox, 'l6;
and C. D. Ball, ' . 15.
The present schedule is as fol
May 15th—University of Penn
sylvania, at Philadelphia.
May 16th—Haverford College at
May 17th—Swarthmore College
May 22nd—University of Pitts
burgh at Pittsburgh.
May 23rd—Carnegie Technical
School at Pittsburgh, (Pending).
May 24th—Westinghouse Club
at Pittsbugh. (Pending).
May 31st—University of Pitts
burgh at State College. (Pending).
In addition to the above sched
ule, four tennis tournaments will be
played this spring which will be
open to all. Gold and silver
metals will be awarded to the win
ners in three of these tournaments
and the remaining tournament will
be for the Stevenson Cup. An
entrance fee of 10 cents will be
levied on all contestants in order to
cover expenses of the Association.
Physical Director's Notes
Due to the fact that so many
students are out for one kind of
sport or another, locker accom
modations at the Gymnasium are
insufficient because many of the
lower classmen who took Gym drill
last winter are still retaining their
lockers. If you are still holding a
locker which you have no further
use for, if it is a combination please
report it vacated or if it is a key,
get your dollar deposit. Do
this so that these lockers may be
assigned to students who have need
of them. To get the dollar de
posit on locker keys, they must be
handed in before college closes
Physical Director Lewis conduct
ed his first "hiking expedition" to .
the mountains last Saturday. No
one can deny the benefits of these
"personally conducted" trips, as
the ninteen men who were with the
party will testify.
.The next trip
will be next Saturday, April 19.
Dr. Ray as an Author
During the present month
Charles Scribner's Sons, of New
York, will publish a new college
text book by Dr. P. 0. Ray, head
of the Department of History and
Political Science. The book, en
titled "An Introduction to Political
Parties and Practical Politics," is
especially planned to meet the
needs of college courses in the
study of politics, and will be used
as a text in our political course.
Dr. Armaby" in Philadelphia
The Weir Mitchell lecture before
the College of Physicians of Phila
delphia was delivered on Friday
evening, April 4, by Dr. H. P.
Armsby, Director of the Institute
of Animal Nutrition. The subject
of the lecture was "Animal Cal
orimeters and the Study of Ani
Mr. Burba, Assistant Engineer
Pennsylvania railroad will speak on
"Train wrecks, their cause and cure"
in room 202 Engineering Building,
Friday at 7 p. m., engineers invit
ed. Mr. Burba is an engineer of
high standing and an interesting
Messrs J. M. Harris and Neil Mc-
Millan, of the International Com
mittee, will be here next Saturday
and Sunday, April 19th and 20th,
to set up the work of the new Y.
M. C. A. Cabinet. Meetings will
be held with the Cabinet on Satur
day and Sunday and these men will
speak at the 6.30 meeting Sunday
The ladies of Saint Margaret's
Guild Episcopal church will collect
old clothing for the Grenfeld mis
sion on April 29, 1913.
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The Leading Restaurant
Ice Cream and Confectionery
Short Orders a Specialty
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The Tobacco Store
Geo. B. Jackson
Holmes Bldg., Allen Street
The First National Bank
State College, Pa.
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