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*9s* Miss Blanche Patterson, of State College,
was married on the zoth of August to the Rev. A.
Lawrence Miller of Riverside, where they are now
Ex-’94. Myra Holliday is attending college at
Ex-94. T. H. Walker having finished the Fresh
man and Sophomore years at this institution has
gone to Philadelphia to enter the Medical depart
ment of the University of Pennsylvania.
Ex-’93. Sidney Krumrine left college this year
to enter the medical department of the University
of Pennsylvania. He intends taking a two years
course in pharmacy.
’93. H. E. Greenwood spent most of his vaca
tion at the college preparing diagrams under the
direction of a committee from the faculty appoint
ed to prepare material for the exhibit of the Col
lege at Chicago.
Ex-’93. W. K. Gibboney and B. E. Williams
after the lapse of one year have returned this fall
and entered the sophomore class. Gibboney had
been working for his father; while Williams was
pursuing his studies at the Pennsylvania Mil
’92. S. G. Crawford is on the city engineer
corps at Duluth, Minn.
’92. J. W. Stevenson is at present staying at his
home, Mahaffey, Pa.
’92. C. E. Aull is drafting for the Pennsylvania
railroad company at Pittsburg.
’92. T. O. Glenn, is pursuing the study of medi
cine at the University of Cincinatti, Ohio.
’92. H. K. Rumberger has accepted a good po
sition on the city engineer corps at Tyrone.
’92. Ray Kessler made a flying visit, of a few days,
to college friends about the middle of October.
’92. E. M. Bush has secured a lucrative posi
tion in a drafting room at Bridgeport, Conn.
’92. A. C. Read returned to college this fall to
accept the position of instructor in Mechanic arts.
THE FREE LANCE.
’92. H. R. Pratt is running an engineer corps
on the Baltimore and Ohio R. R., at Johnstown,
’92. J. F. Shields is now filling a very good po
sition in the city department of the Philadelphia
’92. M. S. McDowell has. a very good position
as chemist in the American Phosphate Co. Balti-
’92. R. Kessler has secured a lucrative position
as traveling salesman for the American Chair Co.
’92. H. H. Herr is with the Union Switch and
Signal Co., Pittsburg Pa., and is at present loca
ted at Utica, N, Y.
.’92. N. M. Loyd has given up his former posi
tion on the Mail and Express and is at present
engaged on the evening edition of the New York
’92. C. 0. Hildebrand is occupying an impor
tant position as chemist in the Pottstown Chemi
cal Works, Pottstown, Pa.
’92. C. H. Hile is pursuing a post graduate
course in the University of Wisconsin, having se
cured a scholarship there on account of the excel
lence of his graduation thesis at this institution.
'92. W. W. Bohn is situated with the Thomp
son Houston Co., at Lynn, Mass. He had the
offer of a position on the Mt. Rainer Electric R.
R. in Washington, but considered the one at Lynn
much more desirable.
’9l. Hugh Hamilton is filling a responsible po
sition with the Stanley Electric Co., Pittsfield,
’9l. F. N. Weidner has secured a very good po
sition as head chemist in the Arnold Electric Man
ufacturing Company, Chester, Pa.
’9l. W. M. Camp is at Columbia City, Wash
ington, filling the position of Superintendent and
Engineer of the Ranier avenue Electric Railway
from Seattle to Lake Washington. When he first
accepted the position, the plant was in poor con-