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President of class ; “Arbor Day of ’B5” —J. D.
Hunter ; Music—Quartette entitled “Wood
land’s Call ;”“Class of ’B9”—J. S. Weller j Mu
sic—Class Song. The address was very patriotic
and eloquent, and often interrupted by great ap
plause, The place where the Sophomore trees
are planted, and their characteristic arrangement,
symbolizing the Roman notation of ’B9, are
highly appreciated by the class.
Two of a kind make a pair. These two are
not of a kind ; but they make a very good pair
anyway. Do you want to know who they are ?
Well, I will tell you then.
You see we were once the “ Farmer’s High
School.” That was a long time ago. Cut we
still raise a few small potatoes to show the “coun
tries’ ’ when they come to see us. In the picture
the new boy and the boy of bygone days are out
for the Sunday morning air. The teacher in
“raisin’ potatoes” has told the new boy to take
good care of “sonny” and not let him eat the
“raw cow-cumbers,” or stone the chickens. He
has never been to the city, and does not know
what the new boy has on his head. The big fel
low does not want him along, but he will not take
THE FREE LANCE.
—Prof. Frear visited Philadelphia last week
’7B-A. C. Stalknecht is married and settled
at East Saginaw, Michigan.
—Nat. E. Wilson formerly of ’BB, is now a
junior at the Maine State College.
’B5-Dugald C, Jackson is instructor in Physics
at Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
’6B-Theo. D. Comstock is Professor of Mining
Engineering at the Illinois Industrial University.
’79-Stuart M. Leitzel continues at the Chief
Signal Office, at Washington, having re-enlisted.
’Bl-N. C. Davison is a member of the firm
which operates the Keystone Smelting Works at
—President G. W. Atherton is catalogued as
a lecturer in the Cornell University Register for
the current year,
’B6-H. J. Patterson, of this place, has been ap
pointed Brevet Second Lieutenant of Co. B, sth
Regiment, N. G. P.
—Benjamin K. Focht, who was at one time a
student at this college, now edits and publishes
the Lewisburg News.
’79-T. B Greenawalt has left the employ of
the P. & R. R R at Philadelphia, and has ac
cepted a position on the P. R. R at Middletown,
—Col. Seth W. Starkweather, who was for a
long time one of the trustees of this College,
died on March 30th, at his home in Williams-
’62-Henry T. Harvey, Esq., has been appoint
ed a delegate by the Clinton County Agricultural
Society, to the meeting to be held here during
Commencement week for the purpose of electing
—Rev. A, D. Wirtz, a member of the class of
’Bl, is located in Huntingdon County, as Pastor
of a Baptist Church. He has become famous as