The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, December 01, 1890, Image 19

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    Mr. T. A. Gilkey, ’9l. has been absent since
Oct. 17 owing to the illness of his mother.
Mr. J. F. Shields, ’9l, has been seriously ill
since November 20, but we are glad to note that
he is improving.
Ex-’9O. Henry Quigley spent Sunday recently
at the College.
’9O. Ira C. Ellenberger spent a few days at
College during Thanksgiving week.
’9O. George R. Meek attended the Yale-
Princeton game in New York on Thanksgiving
day.
Ex-’9o. Frank P. Atherton is traveling in the
West as Musical Director for the Roycelansing
Opera Company.
’9O. R. L. Watts is Assistant Botanist at the
University, and Horticulturist of the Agricultural
Experiment Station, Knoxville, Tenn.
'9O. W. B. Jackson has gone to Colorado
Springs, Colorado, where he will be employed
in the Banking house of his uncle, W. Jackson.
’B9. J. M. Waldron is located at Taff, Alabama,
and is engaged in railway engineering.
'B5. C. C. Chesney is in the employment of
the Stanley Electric Manufacturing Company of
Pittsfield, Mass.
’B5 Dugald C. Jackson has been appointed Dis
trict Engineer of the Edison General Electric
Company. His headquarters will be in the Rialto
Building, Chicago.
’B2. J. G. White & Co., is the name of a new
firm just opening an office at 50 Broadway, this
city, to do a general business as electrical engi
neers and contractors. Mr. White was formerly
the general manager of the Western Engineering
Company of Kearney, Neb., but has disposed of
all his interest in that concern, and will now give
his entire attention to the prompt and careful con
sideration of all engineering or business problems
that may be submitted to the new firm. Among
the installations of the Western Engineering Com
pany over the construction of which Mr. White
frit flee Lancl.
exercised supervision may be mentioned the rail
way plants at Omaha, Neb. j St. Jo, Mo.; Salt
Lake City, Utah ; Nashville, Tenn.; Sioux Falls,
So. Dak., and Sherman, Tex., as well as electric
light plants at Lincoln, Kearney and Fremont,
Neb., and Council Bluffs, la.—“ The Electrical
World.”
DIRECTORY.
WASHINGTOn LITERARY SOCIETY.
President J.H. Yocum.
Bee. Secretary F. G. Smith.
Cor. Secreatry Fred Dale,
Treasurer F. J. Pond.
OrESSON LITERARY SOCIETY.
President C. C. Hildebrand.
Bee. Secretary John White.
Cor. Secretary W. B. Calder.
Treasurer 11. W. Matiern.
ENGINEERING SOCIETY.
President F. A. Griffin.
Secretary W. W. Bohn.
Treasurer T. A. Gilkey.
Editor of the Engineer Journal, Hugh Hamilton, .Tr.
Y. M. 0. A.
President T. A. Gilkey.
Bee. Secretary J. M. Brewer.
Cor. Secretary Bay Kessler,
Treasurer W. M. Camp.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
President
Secretary
Treasurer
CLASS OP '9l.
President W. M. Camp,
Secretary I). M. Taylor.
CLASS OP '92.
President C. C. Hildebrand.
Secretary D. L.Sommerville,
CLASS OP '93.
President Jos. J. Kintner.
Secretary C. M. Cuughey,
CLASS OP '94.
G. A. Guyer.
President
Secretary Miss Eva Bell.
... C. If. Hilo.
.. C, C, Hildebrand.
.. C. E. Anil.