Image from page 144 of “Bethanian, 1912” (1912)

Image from page 144 of “Bethanian, 1912” (1912)
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Title: Bethanian, 1912
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Bethany College
Subjects: College History
Publisher: Bethany College
Contributing Library: Bethany College, T. W. Phillips Memorial Library
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Page One Hondred and Nine ^^^■pi^ -^ ^v^^^^^^^H ^^^ ^^1 1^^^^^^^^ ^^^1 ^K -^ ^M W. S. WILKIN, Manager L. H. ShropshireL. T. HarmonL. 0. RoddersC. Wells WEARERS OF THE B R H. Carnaga R. E. Cope R. G. Childs F. B. Smith, Llovd R. T. Webster O. B. Shuttleworth (Capt.)L. E. Blaning, MiUikin SUBS Robertson, Allen, Linville, Conkiling, Rodefer, ^^allace. THE SCORES Sept. 30th at Alliance Mt. Lnion 46 Bethan Oct. 7 at Washington W. & J 43 Oct. 14 at Bethany Wavnesburg 0 Oct. 2?th at Bethany Statt A. C 0 Nov. 4th at East Liverpool Hiram 27 Nov. 11 at Marietta Marietta 30 Nov. ISth at Beaver Falls Geneva 0 Waynesburg cancelled the game for Thanksgiving Day. 0 Bethany 0 Bethany 5 Bethany 5 Bethany 3 Bethany o Bethanv 0 Page One Hnndred and Ten

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< a en < CQ HOO Page One Hundred and Eleven Bethanys Gridiron ^* t^* Jr* Bethany College for the past two years has been rapidly advancing inher educational system. An Agricultural department was added last fall, thescinetific department is making gigantic strides toward the university type, thelecture room is slowly replacing recitation room, her faculty has been strength-ened by the acquisition of men who have a national reputation in the depart-ment which they represent. With all these improvements the prospect for higherand better education at Bethany was never more promising. But while these changes were taking place within her historic walls, Beth-any was winning a place of prominence on the athletic field. In the spring of 1010she defeated at baseball Carnegie Tech, Waynesburg College, Pittsburg Collegian,St. Vincent College and other teams of lesser note. The following fall Bethanywon a stubbornly contested football battle from ^ & J. and played a no scoregame with

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