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'9l. F. P. Atherton returned home Jan. 29th
He has, for some time; been in Mexico.
'9l. G. C. Clark has his head quarters at Lan
caster, Pa. He has been employed by the P. R.
R., to fil l a vacancy on an Engineer corps.
'9t. C. M. Green's address is 417 Penn Ave.
Pittsburg, Pa., and not Pennsylvania Ave. as we
stated in our last issue.
'B3. James 0. Hickman has returned to State
College with the intention of raking, for a few
maths, a course of study in the chemistry of
'B4. J. W. Reeves has removed from Hunting•
don, Pa., where he was in charge of the electric
lighting of the State Reformatory, to Tyrone, hav
ing accepted the superintendancy of the plant of
the City Light and Power Co., of that place.
'B3. Rev. W. C. Calder who delivered a lecture
in the College chapel, Feb. sth, for the benefit of
the Athletic Association, will return to Bhamo,
Upper Burma, to continue his missionary work,
'7B. Prof. C. F. Reeves, of Allentown, New
Jersey, spent several weeks at the College during
the past month in the interests ofthe insurance
company which he represents.
'62. Dr. T. P. Walker died at Dunbar, Fayette
County, on lan. Bth. Dr. Walker was well known
among the Alumni and we copy the following
brief sketch of his life from the record of that body.
Born Oct. I ith, 1841, at Woodvale Pa. •
1858. Attended Woodvale Seminary.
'59. Entered third class at the State College.
'62. Graduated. Entered the army as Ser
geant Major 14th Penna Cavalry.
'65: Discharged ; being the Captain Co. B 14th
'9o. Studied medicine. •
'7o. Located at Copper Harbor, Mich.
'73. Accepted a position as chemist for the Dun
bar Iron Co., Dunbar, Pa.
'77. Professor of Chemistry, Chicago Medical
'BB. Practiced. medicine in Dunbar, Pa., until
the time of his death.
THE FREE LANCE.
Benjamin C. Elliott, a former student of the
College, is at present in the employ of the Phila
delphia and Reading R. R., in Philadelphia.
—We regret to announce that Geo. E. Schu
maker a former student of State College, died at
Cave Forge, Pa., on. Jan. 18th, in the 39th year of
George W. Creswell, formerly of .'93, was
married to Miss Mary Cooper, of Ithica, N. Y.,
on February 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Creswell will
be "At Home" after March 15th, at their resi•
deuce, Na. 3630 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
Mr. Milton W. Bohn, who was for a number
of years instructor in the Preparatory Department
and who gave up that position to engage in the
slate business in Altoona, was married on Thurs
day evening, February c all, at Altoona, to Miss
Charlotte Ake of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Bohn
will make that place their residence for a time,
but expect to move to Norfolk, Virginia, in the
course of the present year.
—On Thursday . evening, Jan. 14th, Mr. F. L.
Olds who has been connected with the College for
a number of years as architect, was married to Miss
Mary Talbot at the residence of her parents, No.
170 West 81st street, New York City. After a tour
through the South, Mr. and Mrs. Olds returned on
January 27th, to their home in State College. On
Thursday evening, January 28th, they were tend
ered a reception by Miss Olds at which the follow
ing members of our College community were pres
ent: Prof. and Mrs. Davis, the Misses Davis,
Prof. and Mrs. Pemberton, Miss Pemberton, Mrs.
Atherton, Miss McElwain, Miss Willard, Lieut
and Mrs. Wolf, Dr. and Mrs. Pond, Mr. Down -
ing, Mr. Butz, Dr. and Mrs. Armsby, Prof. and
Mrs. Buckout, Dr. Fernald, Mr. M. J. Thompson,
Mr. Roup, Mr. Wm. Foster, Prof. and Mrs. Sparks,
Mr. Geo. Holter and C. J. Girvin '93.
Arthur Irwin, ex-captain of the Philadelphia
League team, will coach the University of Penn
sylvania base ball nine.