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Wednesday, January 14, 1914
The greatest Stu-
The Great dent Volunteer Con-
Convention vention that the Unit
ed States, and possibly the world
has ever experienced, was held at
Kansas City from December 31 to
January 4. Students from over
800 institutions were present, and
this in itself is plain evidence that
the great movement which this
gathering represented is fat reach-
The entire atmosphere of the
convention was extremely inspiring,
and although Penn State had a
representation of 25, it would have
been extremely beneficial for every
student to have had the opportun
of coming in contact with the ex-
cellent men who gathered there in
the middle west. The entire spirit
promulgated was one of unselfish-
ness, and a plea was made for un
selfish missionary work throughout
the country, and above all through
out the world.
Men of international fame such
as Dr. Mott, Dr. Speer and Mr.
Sherwood Eddy, by consistent ad
dresses pictured the leligious,
moral and social conditions existing
in some of the foreign countries,
and they made an appeal for stu
dent volunteers to go forth tnto
these countries and by means of
their labor to better and revolution
ize the environments of human hab-
It must have been appaient to
every delegate at this great session,
that happiness is really found in
serving others, and in making the
lives of others more ideal and
healthy. The addresses made
were not designed to play upon the
emotions, but were constructed of
indisputable evidence, and they
clearly pointed out to every one
calling himself a Christian, the
duties and obligations which Chris-
tianity carries with it.
The eminent leaders in this
movement made clear that the
world cannot stand and progress
upon materialistic standaids, but
that spiritual and idealistic founda
tions are absolutely essential to
human welfare. This powerful re
action constituted a potent force in
stimulating thought along religious
and spiritual lines, and the evi
dence is striking that every man
attending this wonderful confer
ence, came back with a deeper in
sight into life, and a determination
to use his ability to better advan
The tendency in scientific col
leges today is for the student to be-
come too materialistic in his atti
tude toward life. It is a fact,
brought out by some of the world’s
greatest philosophers, however,
that the spiritualistic and religious
frame of mind is necessary for gen
In February Mr. Sherwood Ed
dy, who has done such commenda
ble work in India, will lead a big
campaign at State College. An
urgent appeal is made to every stu
dent to participate in this enter
prise, which will be instituted solely
to confer the greatest religious and
spiritual benefit upon the greatest
number of students.
Revised Schedule of Examinations.
Final examinations will be held
January 23-31, 1914, in the sub
jects, and at the times and places
Abbreviations. Ag. —Agricultural
Building; Am. —Amphitheatre; B.
Botany Building; C. A. —Chemistry
Annex; D. —Dairy Building; En. A,
Engineering Building; En. B.—En
gineering Building (Frame Build
ing); F.—Forestry -Building; Hort.
Horticulture Building; Lib. —Car-
negie Library; Ma.—Main Building;
M. H—McAllister Hall; Min.
Minin; Building; P. —Physics Build
ing; W. —Woman’s Building.
Friday, Jan. 23, 1914, S:3O A. M.
Agro. 10' (all except 2nd yr.
Ags.) 103 Ag.
Agro. 16: 211 Ag.
A. H. 19: 206, 207 Ag.; 259 D.;
Arch. 3: 109 A En. A.
Bot. 3 B.
Chem. 229: Am.; 9, 10, 11, 12
D. H. 4: 251 D.
Ech. E. 2: 21 B En. B.
Ht. Eng. 1: 24 En. B.
Ht. Eng. 4 211 A., 211 B„ 212
Ind. Art. 1 (Sect. I—Biol.,1 —Biol., Pre-
Meds., Chem., Ind. Chem., Phys.,
Nat. Sci.V266, 274 Ma.
L. G. 7: 2 Hort.
Math. 19: 121 Ma.
Met. 2: 119 Min.
Phys. 104: 7 P.
Phys. 106: 1 P.
Str. 13: 437, 438 Ma.
Sur. 13: 201, 202 En. A,
Friday, Jan. 23, 1914, 1:30 P M.
A. E. 19: 202 En. A.
Chem. 321: 9 C. A.
Chem. 371: 10 C. A.
Dorn. Sci. 11: W.
, E. E. 19: 109 A En. A.
El. Des. 3: 21 B En. B.
Eng. Lit. 3: 11 C. A,
Forest. 13: F.
Forest. 33: F.
Hort. 2: 206 Ag.; 259 D.
Hort. 5: 3 Hort.
I. E. 1: 212 En. A.
I. E. 5: 212 En. A.
I. E. 8: 212 En. A.
Math. 7: 12 C. A.
Mil. Sci. 1: Am.; 103, 207, 211
Ag.; 106, 114, 329, 340, 367, 384,
437, 438, 440 Ma.; 119 Min.; 1, 7
P.; 201 En.'A.
Mining 12: 200 Min.
R. M. E. 1: 24 En. B.
Saturday, Jan. 24, 1914, 8:30 A. M.
A. H. 17: 206 Ag.
Dom. Sci. 15: W.
E. E. 3: 21 B, 24 En. B.
Eng. Lit. 4: 114 Ma.
Eng. Lit. 34: 114 Ma.
Hist. 15: 340 Ma.
Ht. Eng. 22: 212 En. A.
Lat. 1: Lib. K.
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Met. L. 8: 119 Min.
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Agro. 1: 109, 206, 207 Ag.
A. H. 6: 211 Ag.
Ech. E. 5: 109 A, 109 B En. A.
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Greek 7: Lib. K.
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