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At the regular meeting of Alpha Chi Chapter of Sigma
Chi Fraternity, the following resolutions were adopted
Wusnums, Our beloved brother H. H. Herr has been re.
moved from our brotherhood by the hand of death.
Resolved, That In the death of Herman Horace Herr, Alpha
Cu! Chapter has lost a loyal and noble member; we, a pleas
ant and esteemed friend, and Ids parents an affectionate
and dutiful son; and
Resolved. That we extend to the family and friends our
sincere sympathy ; and
Pesolue•i, That the Charter be draped in mourning for thir
ty days, and that these resolutions be spread upon our min-
rites and a copy thereof be sent to the bereaved parents,
and published in the Sigma (Jul Quarterly and the FREE
11. E. Doran%
Committee / W. C. 'l'mdesorr.
C. E. KREMER.
State College, Pa
—Work on the new University hotel still pro-
—H. G. Fleck has been elected base ball man
ager of the Junior class team.
—"The 400" has been revived and is making
arrangements for a bal•masque on February 22.
—Nine students have entered the short course
in agriculture. The course occupies twelve weeks.
—The following have been elected on the junior
hop committee :—G. K. Spence, chairman; C. W.
Burkett, D. L. Patterson, Dunham Barton, W.
N. Whitten, W. J. Moore and J. L. Harris.
THE FREE LANCE
—The staff of the '95 La Vie announce a great
deal of progress made and hope to have the vol
mile out in much better time than previously.
—Owing to the changes in' the courses, all un
dergraduates will take ioo•hours of practicum af
ter commencement in June to catch up to the new
—'Twenty•two persons are pursuing the six
weeks course in creamery. This course extends
to February 15 and is then followed by the home
—Literary society work for this term promises
to be be quite an improvement over the past.
Closing the reading rooms against outsiders seems
to have stimulated memberships.
—At their regular meeting Monday evening
Jan. r4th, the glee club elected Dunham Barton,
'95, managef. The club meets for practice in the
society halls or the Y. M. C. A. room every sec
—The proceedings at the formal opening of the
engineering building, February 22, 1893, have just
been published in neat pamphlet form. The
book contains several views of the building, plans
of the different floors and the addresses delivered.
—Ex-Gov.Hoard, of Wisconsin, delivered a very
interesting lecture on "Temperament of Ani
mals," to the members of the short course in agri
culture, January is. Mr. Hoard is the most
prominent dairyman in the United States, and is
editor of a dairyman's journal which is considered
—The Adelphi club gave its second assembly
in Bellefonte, Friday evening, January z 6. The
committee on arrangements were W. H. Walker,
chairman ; Prof. H. J. Waters, E. J. Haley, A. F.
Damon, '94, A. D. Belt, '94, Roger Bowman, '94,
C. E. Kremer, '94. The patronessess were Mrs.
James A. Beaver, Mrs. Fred. P. Emery, Mrs. R.
M. Foster, Mrs. C. G. Furst, Mrs. Louisa Bush,
and Mrs. Cyrus Gordon.