Penn State collegian. (State College, Pa.) 1911-1940, November 18, 1914, Image 5

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    The : Pennsylvania : State : College
Established and maintained by the joint action of the United States Government and the Commonwealth of
£rr FIVE GREAT SCHOOLS—Agriculture, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Mining, and Natural Science, offering
111 thirty-six courses of four years each—Also courses in Home Economics, Industrial Art and Physical Edu-
Tll cation—TUITION FREE to both sexes; incidental charges moderate.
First semester beginß 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
Quality Shop
An eftabluhment which ii
noted lor id line quality o(
letterpreu printing V Every
order receiver the personal
attention ol the manager thus
insuring perlect satisfaction
The Nittany Printing and
Publishing Company v
State College
First National Bank
State College, Pa.
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W. L. FOSTER, Pres.
DAVID F. KAPP, Cashier
The Enterprise
Clothing Store
125 South fillcn Street
Latest fall styles In
Just Right Shoes
Tennis Shoes. Clothing]
and - - - - •
Kt. V-wnoWl, Troy
The place where
Should Eat
Opposite Hotel
200-201 West College Avenue
Fancy and Staple
Also Fruits
Special Prices to Clubs
and Fraternities
for the devotee ol' athletics* is u vi«it to
a Spalding store. Therein he can see
und examine implements
and accessories for
every known athletic
sport. An expert will
take pleasure in show-
ing him what the champions use in
their respective lines. He can wield a
racket, swing a golf club or a base ball
bat, punch a bag or “do a stunt’’ on
the gym apparatus; he can even take
an Imaginary row on one of the rowing
machines; In fact, lie can go through
the manoeuvres of every form of ath
letic sport right in our store.
If you cannot call at a Spalding
store,- then the next best thing is to
send for a Spalding catalogue.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
126-128 Nassau St., 620,Fifth Avenue,
New York City.
A reul City barber shop
Pastime Building
Lafayette Again Loses
The varsity soccer season was
opened on New Beaver Field Sat
urday with a well earned victory
over Lafayette. Lafayette scored
its only point by a penalty kick in
the first half and a goal by Cope
evened the points. A tie game
seemed certain when Staiger kicked
a goal five minutes before time was
called and clinched a victory.
Smedley, Wilkinson and Cope were
the stars of the State team.
Lafayettk statu
Reifsnyder g Dutemple
Stevens r f b Kelly
Cornwell 1 f Ii Smedley
Paulsou r h b Greenland
Gentileus e b b Holmberg
Stillwell I h li Cranston
Doland o r Wilkinson
Herring i r Cope
Logan c Gregg
Scharff i 1 Dorwart
Lyman o 1 Bishop
Goals—Cope, Stager, Stillwell. Sub
stitutions —Staiger for Dorwart, Hes
selibacher for Greenland, Longe for
Dutemple. Umpire, McClain, State.
Across the Way
Mildred Ride 'l4, surprised the
girls by paying a six days’ visit to
the Cottage. Mildred conducted
the meetings during prayer week,
lead prayer meeting, and gave a
talk to the freshmen girls. On
Thursday night, November 12, all
the girls who had attended ;the
Eaglesmere conference had a dinner
at the Hunt house in her honor.
Edgar T. Smith T 3, was married
to Cleo Fellers, a prominent girl of
Beach City, 0., on his way to Wy
oming where he teaches mechanical
engineering in the state university.
The Cottage dining room was
given over to the leading visitors
Pennsylvania Day. Dinner was
served by some of the girls. The
others were given a Cafetaria lunch
at the Pattee house.
Interclasß Lacrosse
The juniors won their second
game of the interclass series in
lacrosse last Saturday when they
defeated the seniors on New Bea
ver. The juniors lead throughout
and at no time was their goal in
serious danger. Stevens scored
two goals, and "Bobby” Fisher and
West each scored one. The soph
omores won an interesting game
from the freshmen by a 1-0 score.
The ball was in freshmen territory
practically all the time and only in
ability to locate the basket kept the
score low. Next Saturday will de
cide the series. If the juniors win
from the sophs their claim will be
undisputed. Should the sopho
mores win they will have the best
Whereas, it has pleased God in
His infinite wisdom to call from
this life our dear classmate and
friend,, Raymond Lawall Knecht, be
Resolved, that we, the class of
1915 of the Pennsylvania State Col
lege, extend our deepest sympathy
to his family in their bereavement.
Furthermore, be it resolved that
these resolutions be entered upon
the minutes of the class and pub
lished in the Penn State Collegian.
And furthermore, let it be resolv
ed that a letter of condolence be
sent to the family.
Committee: R. H. Radcliffe,
I. E. Long, William Horner.
\V. E. Ruder 'O7, is acting as
Research Metalurgist for the Gen
eral Electric Company at Schenec
tady. N. V.
11. D. Dll Barry 'OB, captain of
the basketball team during his sen
iur year in college, is at present
connected with the Bollinger An
drews Construction Company, of
Pittsburgh, Pa.
A. 1.. Patrick ’l3, is holding the
position of scientist in soil survey
for the Bureau of Soils of the U.
S. Department of Agriculture.
“Dutch" Kurtz ex-'i3, is employ
ed by tlie lirothcrsvalley Coal Com
pany at Berlin. Pa., in die capacity
of assistant mining engineer.
John B. Sherrer 'l4, is assistant
to the head of the department of
horticulture of New Hampshire
College, at Durham. N. 11.
C. \V. Rhodes 'l2 has taken up
engineering work and is now act
ively engaged in making the pre
liminary survey for a laiiroad line
through Tennessee. His home is
in Easton. T’a.
A. M. Hoovcn 'l3, pi evident of
Thespians in that year, is now lo
cated in Philadelphia with the
Pennsylvania Raihoad Co. as chief
daughtsman in the construction de
partment of one of their large op
erations along the Delaware River.
K. C. .Smith ex-12, is now at
his home in Dußois, 1 "a., having
recenth given up his position as
foreman of a blast furnace in Gary.
Immediately after leaving college,
"Dick” spent two years at the same
work in India.
\V. R. Wilson 'l2, is working for
the I‘. R. R at Baltimore, Md., on
one of their engineering corp.
U. A. Shelley ’u, lias been with
the Explosive Manufactming Co.
of Emporium, as chemist, since his
W. S. Wilson ’l3 special, has
taken up scientific farming on his
father’s land near Berwvn. Pa
Guessing Contest
In connection with the sale of the
All-College Picture it is proposed
to work a guessing contest as to the
number of people in the picture.
A proof of the pictur: will be ex
hibited in a conspicuous place and
each man placing an order for a
picture will be allowed a guess.
The first prize will be a $lO gold
piece, the second prize a mounted
picture and the third prize an un
mounted picture.
A delegation of students from
State will attend the Student Vol
unteer Convention for the eastern
colleges to be held at Franklin and
Marshall College, November 20-22.
Robert Speer, Dr. Headland and
"Sam” Higgenbottom are listed
among the prominent speakeis at
the convention. Any student who
desires to attend this convention
should make arrangements before
Friday at the Y. M. C. A. office.
Princeton has already signed up a
delegation of 25. State should
have an equally large number of
students present.
The Y. M. C. A. meeting at 6:30
next Sunday evening will be one of
the most important as well as inter
esting meetings of the year. Dan
Welty will preside, and a number
of prominent college men will
speak, among whom are Dick Har
low, Neil Fleming and Bob Reed.
Mr. Whitehair, the chapel speaker
of the day, will also give an ad
dress. Special music will be ren
dered by the quartet. Be a booster
and bring a fellow along with you
to this meeting.
Pressing Repairing Dyeing
A New Man
An Old Stand
C. C. Curry, Tailor
Successor to J. P. Hagman
Steam Cleaning Wet Cleaning Dry Cleaning
from that hike to Bald Top
Stop at BRICKERS in Boalsburg 1
for some
Penn State Creamery Ice Cream
Penn State Laundr y
Everything new
Best work
A full line of
The Balmacaan
The reign of the Balmacaan is at its height right now.
The Well Dressed Men
are wearing it on the street, automobiling and traveling
We have a big line in stock. Come in and look them
Sauers and Heberling
The State College Transportation Co.
Incorporated 1909
Repair Work a Specialty
A New Store In State College
JR romm’s Economy Store
We will Accommodate Your Guests
&he ttittang linn
State dollege
James P. jH^eus
are fast in color
and steadfast in
$1.50 up.
duett, Peabody K Co , Inc. Makers
Three deliveries a week
Minor repairing free
R. A. Kester, agent
Everything for the Amateur
Outdoor Work Our Specialty
W. W. Smith
Photographer and Stock Dealer
Agency Eastman Kodaks
and Supplies
Edison Diamond Point Phonographs
and Records
Webster Typewriter Ribbons
Multi-kopy Carbon Papers
l\Z CoUeije ttaerva*
State CoVVtQ*
Best Cider
Fresh Pretzels
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Peanuts Roasted to Suit You
Have That Picture
framed by
Finest Work at the Right Price
212 E. College, Aye.