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THINKS OF MAUTHE
Success and Ability of Well Liked
|i Old State Star Assured by Work
“ at Gettysburg and State This
"Pete" Mautlie is proving him
self to be just as proficient in
coaching as he was in playing
football. A wonderful place kick
er, punter, line smasher, and lead
er of mterfei ejice on the offense,
the yieatest defensive back ol
years, he has turned Ins attention
to the coaching game In the past
week he has worked with Dippe,
and in Saturday's game the result
was most pleasing. Stale men be
lieve even more sti tangly than
Gettysburg does in his ability and
extend hint their sincere thanks.
The following aiticle appealed re
cently in the " Getty sburgian ."
lie's back with us once again.
This time it’s only for about a
week, but if Gettysburg and her
loyal followers had anything to do
with it he'd stay here at least un
til the final whistle of the F. and
M.-Gettysburg game blew either
victory or defeat for Gettysburg.
And if he were here it would seem
that victory must be the only
thing known to us for the remain
"Pete” arrived on Sunday even
ing and was greeted at the P. and
R. station by the entire football
squad and by a large representa
tion of the student body. 11 is old
friends, for he has many of them
here, welcomed him back to the
town and to the college with much
of hope and with only one regret
—that he cannot remain until the
end of the season.
After the disgraceful playing of
last Saturday “Pete” arrived at
an opportune time. His spirit as
well as he himself now pervades
the college and the athletic field.
Monday evening he was on the
field and what he did for the team
in that one day was indeed won
derful. A new spirit invaded the
team with his arrival, and now
Copyright Hart Scliuffiier A hlaix
what is hoped is that it will not i
leave with him. In the practice I
this week the spectator would not
recognize the team that played or
rather attempted to play on Nixon '
Field last Saturday. A new en
thusiasm is present, for the team
and “Pete” work in harmony
with each othei. It is the old
spirit of last yeai renewed and put
into a team which is composed of
excellent material and a team
which under the right supervision
will respond to confidence and de
“Pete' get- into tile practice
with the men He shows them
how to do the work as he himself
did it in his college days. His is
practice and not theory, and when
a man makes a mistake he is not
told how to rectify it. he is shown
what is the right way. And what
is still better than this all the men
consider him as one of them, as a
member of the squad—strict and
harsh when necessary—but friend
ly and reasonable at all times
The team, the student-body, the
alumni, and in fact all the follow
ers of the Gettysburg college grid
iron welcome “Pete” once again.
His presence here changes football
prospects for Gettysburg, and
gives to her supporters higher
hopes for the games yet to be
Professor G. K. Pattee ,of the
Department of English, is the au
thor of a paper in the October
number of The English Journal
entitled “Some Neglected Mod
THE PENN BTA'iE COLLEGIAN
NEWS FROM FRANCE.
Every pcr.Min who heard'Miss
de Lagarde speak in the Auditor
ium before she left for France will
be interested in her first letter to
State College. Miss de Lagarde
is a sister-in-law of Mr. Boal, of
Boalsburg, and has turned-over
their large French estate foi-hos
LaTour de Chignens,
Oct. 21, 1914.
“We aie heie at last, aftei a
\eiy slow voyage, and now hard
at work getting the houses in or
der for our convalescent wounded.
Nothing has been done before our
arrival because foi some political
icasons oui hospital has been
tiansferred from Thouron to
Chambery . and my fiiends, as well
as all the"other nurses, had to fol
We aie uursehes going llicie
now for two weeks to get in pi no
tice for the work and to nurse the
pooi wounded There are so many
and we are terribly short of
You have no idea how welcome
my supplies have been, especially
the bandages and cotton, etc. 1
am so sorry we did not take your
suggestion of asking tobacco from
the Dukes' people It seems it is
the one thing the pooi men ciaye
\Ye have seen so many wound
ed on the tiains going back to
their families for a few days be
foie returning to the battle-field.
1 low br.ne they aie and so simple
about it. I wish you loulcl hear
them lam so pioud of our little
And everyone is working so
hard here, knitting warm gar
ments for the soldiers and the ref
ugees. There are 1.300 refugees
iii Thouron. Poor things, half
dazed by the horrors they ha\e
.suffered and witnessed.
1 wish you would thank the
boys again for their vciy generous
help. It was with tears in her
eyes that Countess de Maiigruv
I heard of our little meeting in the
I am now sending some postal
cards to Mr. Boal, and ask him to
see you about a little plan I have
We have taken and will take a
The door is open to you to walk into a real clothes feast;
we’ve prepared a regular Thanksgiving banquet for you,
of fine suits and overcoats.
made them for us, and we’ve brought them here and
priced them for your special benefit.
Look over our supply of fine imported weaves in suits;
the new fashions for men and young men.
See the striking new overcoat models that we have here.
New arrivals this week.
Get your clothes ready ’for
thanks for these, $l5 to $35.
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
A NATIONAL INSTITUTION
Browning King & Co.
CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS
The Smartest Coat
We overheard the phrase: 'The smartest coat we’ve got in stock"
The salesman was speaking of our "Sackville,” an extreme form
fitting, button-through overcoat, and a beautv
But there is the ‘ Newcastle," a form fitting coat with a fly-front.
And the "Scott," oir double breasted form-fitting overcoat, a
These are all distinctly stylish models for young men and you are to
choose the one you like best, if you'll let us show them to you.
$25.00 to $45.00
Men’s sack suits in half a dozen models, $l5 to $4O.
Browning' King- & Co.
i 439-441 Wood St.,
l| Pittsburgh, Pa.
number of interesting pictures and
will send the films to him lie is
to have them printed on postal
cards and to scdl them ior the ben
efit of our hospital. If the young
ladies who were kind enough to
take in the contributions the utliei
day would stand with these postal
iards outside of the ~rmm at
the coming out of. the Sunday
service, 1 think they toitld sell a
great many. It seems to me that
the students would be interested
and would be pleased to have a
little remembrance of their kind
1 do not expect to have much
time to write from Chambery, but
we will come back here, bringing
30 or 40 convalescents about No
\ ember Ist, and Pierre will send
y on an outline of some incidents
of the war in case they would in
terest the people at State College.
C’ECILE DENNIS do LAGARDE.
The members of the Penn Crew
have been inoculated against ty
phoid fever. The precaution was
taken because of the experience of
previous years, when the crew was
seriously hampered by this dis
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Gar son Meyer & Co.
Park Agency Pellham
BtlfCFOWt: and Stati Coueoe-Pa
1 lie I) 11. men of the senior,
junior ami second year two year
ag. classes held a meeting Not em
ber 6, 1914, and reorganized the
The following men weie elected
as officers' \V F 1 luestor, presi
dent , I. \\ Morlev, vice presi.
dent; (. \Y McManamv, secio
tary: F. Sutherland, treasurer.
'Flic meetings are to be held the
first and third Mondays of each
month, at 259 Dairy Building, at
7:30 p m. The purpose of tins
club is to create more interest
among the D. 11. men and to dis
cuss different matters along dairy
All D. 11. men get in line and
help the club along.
Engineering Experiment Station.
The universities of foreign
countries are seriously affected by
the present war. Owing to the
fact that so many students arc en
listed in military servi e. Oxford
lias a student body of tally one
thousand students Oxford, how
ever, will roimt tile time spent in
war as time in residence at the
D. H. MEN ORGANIZE.