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’Sa-l. P. McCreary has recently accepted a
position on the engineer corps of the P. R.R.,
and is now at work on the central division with
his headquarters at Lancaster.
’B3-Rev. William C. Calder, who recently
gratuated at the Crozer Theological Seminary,
is now a missionary in Burmah,
’B5-Cumtnings C. Chcsney is engaged as an
instructor in the Doylestown Academy.
'B5-Miss Helen B. Jackson, of State College,
is attending the Woman’s Medical College, of
'B6-Miss 'Helen G. B. Foster, of State Col
lege, is teaching school at Chalk Level, Pittsyl
vania county, Va.
’S6-H. B. McDonnell is attending a course of
lectures at the Baltimore Medical College.
’B6-H. J. Patterson is chemist for the Prof,
of Agriculture, at P. S. C.
'B6-Frcd. Darlington stopped here some time
ago on his way to fill a position the Pittsburgh
Testing Laboratory of Hunt & C'lapp, Inspecting
and Metallurgical Engineers and Chemists,"'
’B6-Georgc 1,. I-lolter is assistant in the Chem
ical Laboratory at P. S. C.
’B6-W. H. Rentier has a position as chemist
for Oliver Bros & Co., steel manufacturers, Pitts
' —Governor Beaver expects to attend our Coin-
—Andrew Carnegie, whom we are proud to
honor as a Trustee of this institution, has returned
to his home, in Pittsburgh, after a sojourn at
Dungencss Villa, Cumberland Island, Georgia.
Sixteen colleges in Pennsylvania have Y, M.
John'G. Saxe graduated at Middlcburg Col
lege in 1839.
'THE FREE LANCE.
A course of sixty; lectures is being delivered
Cornell affords opportunities foh studying
the Persian language.
Twelve colleges in Pennsylvania admit both
sexes into equal..standing.
The salary of President Angell of the Uni
versity of Michigan is $5,000.
The late Mrs. MeClosky»ihas given, by her
will, $5,000 to Williams College.
The University of Pennsylvania will hold its
commencement exercises on June 8.
Rutgers College has received a library of
4,500 volumns, the gift of P, Vanderbilt Spades.
■ Swarthmore College has a new observatory f
and one is in the process of erection at Bijcknell
A gymnasium is to befitted up for Dickinson
College by Allison, the millionaire car manufact
urer of Philadelphia.
William Bucknell, of Philadelphia, lately
celebrated his 76th birthday by 550,000
to Bucknell University.
The Kent laboratory, to be erected, will be
one of the finest tind most complete in the coun
try. It will cost $BO,OOO.
An unusually large number of men are in
training at Yale for the inter-collegiate athletic
meeting, which will soon take place.
The students of Harvard will be favored by
a scries ol lectures on the “Problem of Railroad
Administration” by Prof. Arthur T. Hadley of
The Girard College Alumni Association has
arranged for the holding of their annual meeting
on May 20, at which time the election of officers
will take place.
. The German Universities have entrance ex
aminations but-require credentials, from the pre
paratory schools, of all applicants for admission—
A fine new building for the medical depart
ment of the Western Reserve College has been
opened at Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. John L. Woods