The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, October 01, 1889, Image 14

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    Ornithologist, W. W. Bohn, received first
prize for the finest exhibit of “ Jayses birds ’’
and “ Saplin Suckers” at the Paris exposition.
Camp cordially invites all to call at his
room, No. 4SO, to listen to some of his bear
and “deer” stories. They are quite interest-
What kind of a bird was that which perch
ed itself upon the flag-staff one morning last
week ? It somewhat resembled the American
Several “ Preps ” have undergone physical
examination at the hands of the Freshmen,
and are now ready to enter the corps of
Patsy is the telephone connected with the
business office of the College ?
“ Hullo Doctor” is it yerself that’s a spak-
en to me ?
Mrs. Flemming who so ably filled the posi
tion as Stenographer for the President of the
College has accepted a responsible position in
Cincinnati, Ohio.
An (asider) —'
A (presider)—Prex
A (decider) —Faculty.
■“The Sophs, had a barrel last
Within the past year, two ministers have
died shortly after preaching here. The at
tention sometimes paid to sermons would dis
courage almost any minister.
The students are unanimous in pronounc
ing the new walk from the college to the vil
lage one of the most decided improvements
made about the college during vacation.
C. M. Green was called away to attend the
funeral of his uncle, Rev S. H. Hamill, who
died suddenly of heart disease. Rev, Hamill
preached here the Sunday before his death.
Mr. D. A. Centre, of Gloucester, Mass,,
and a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, has been appointed to the po
sition of assistant in the Physic’s Department.
G. A. Beaver, J. B. Walker and W. E. Moore
have been elected by the Y, M. C. A., as dele
gates to the Y. M. C. A, State Convention, to
be held at New Castle, Oct. noth, nth, 12th
and 13 th.
Every old student came back this year,
with the expectation of entering the new
gymnasium, in order to keep up the muscles
that they had developed and hardened during
Weiiand, better known as “ Arbutus ” is at
present engaged in writing up a revised edi
tion of the play entitled “The Two Johns.”
Price and Read will do the starring this com
ing season.
Equal to the surprise given us by our new
halls last year, was the surprise received by
learning that the apparatus had not yet been
purchased. The money is at our disposal
why not use it ?
The “ Rebel ” has once more returned to
the haunts of civilization after spending the
summer in the wilds of Tennessee, where he
says the mountains are so thick that there is
no room for valleys.
“ Ben ” Beaver, upon seeing his picture in
the “ La Vie” of ’9O, —“Ven I first seen it I
didn’t like it at all, but ven I seen that
they had gags on the rest of the faculty I
didn’t care so much.
Prayer of a Freshman, as revised by a
Sophomore. God bless the Sophomore class,
may they multiply and be powerful. Make
them merciful to me, a poor Freshman. And
also bless Prof, X Y Z,
New waiter to Pillow—'
or coffee ?”
N. W.—“ Which do you want ?”
Pillow—“ I'll take t-t-t-t, coffee.”
•“ Will you have tea