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Grapes ! Grapes ! Grapes !
The " Rebel " fairly worships Jeff Davis
George Johnston's mustache is "waxed "
"Buck" Reber has returned to college
"now already, once again."
Class Yell of '9l: Rah! Rah! Rah! Hi Yi !
Yun! Wahhoo! Wahhoo! Nine-ty-one!
The Freshman Yell: X! C! Wahhoo! I!
I! Helebolool X! C! I! I! Nine-ty-two!
Capt.—Get step, Mr. Grundy.
am in step with the man behind,
" Kaiser," what became of the lady you met
on the train coming from Bellefonte, on the
evening of the Republican Mass Meeting?
It is now Captains Beaver, Patterson, Miles
and Hawk; and Lieutenants Struble, Keller,
Hunter, Blair, and Swank,
Is it possible that promenading is becoming
an unpleasantness and a thing of the past on
our beautiful avenues? Such "things ought
not to be."
Mr. Reber did the gallant act when the
Botany Class were collecting specimens.
The Democratic students of the college
have organized a Cleveland and Thurman
Campaign Club with a membership of 38,
The present Freshman class has thirty
eight members against thirty-two last year.
This increase speaks well for the college, and
shows that young men are awakening to the
fact that State College has many advantages
over other institutions.
Professor in physics, explaining induction
and deduction : "Now, if one man dies and
another man dies and another man dies, etc.,
what conclusion would you come to?" Atten
tive student: "Conclude they'd all be stiffs."
THE FREE LANCE.
A gymnasium is badly needed but its need
is not as seriously felt as it will be when the
weather becomes too cold to engage in athletic
sports out doors.
Griffin says: "Oh! I would like to be a cor
poral if `Rabbi' could only he marker, and
with the marker stand." But Hugh Hamilton
and his orphan brother Shields think the stand
ing is more pleasant than going through the
While we are writing we arc bothered con
siderably by the noise of " Hank" and the
preps playing Hopscotch just outside the
The students were well represented at the
Mite Society at Dr. Atherton's, where a pleas
ant evening was spent by all.
Apparently the " Brotherhood" has not been
enjoying itself so far this term. Cheer up boys,
spring will boom up again and cause the re
turn of the birds.
The college Y. M. C. A. sent J. M. Walker
and T. A. Gilkey as Delegates to the State
Convention, which met at Allentown, Octo
ber 11-14. Gilbert Beaver and A. A. Patter
son kindly volunteered to attend, the con
Notice.—Any person in need of military out
fits, or hair oil that has something in it, and
several other things, call at the millinery
establishment of "Aunt Sally" Long, 578, sth
Mr. Ray Kessler, of Brandt, who entered the
class of '92 last term, was only here a short
time this term. He became sick and was
taken to his home by his brother Charley,
We have since learned he is confined to his
bed with intermittent fever. We wish for his
speedy recovery and return to college.
The rough and tumble kicking of the foot
ball on the campus in the evening, appears to
be enjoyed by the majority of the new stu-