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—The following men have been chosen by the
commitee, Messrs. Atherton and Barnhart, to con
stitute the glee club for the present :—first tenors,
Quigley, Hausmann, Campbell ; second tenors,
Waite, Kuhn, Harris E. H. ; first bases, McDon
ald Roy, Thompson W, C., Atherton ; second
basses, Barnhart, Gray, Banks. Changes may be
made before the season is over.
—Chas. M. Atherton has been elected captain
of the base ball team for the coming season.
Cage work has commenced, and prospects for a
successful season are the very best. Some fine
new material has been discovered among the new
students while Atherton, Stuart, Mackey, Robi
son, Mattern, Barndollar and Greenland of last
year's team are still with us.
7 —The World's Fair exhibits donated to the Col
lege have all arrived and are being arranged for
exhibition under the direction of W. B. Jackson
'9o. Owing to their great number and the bulk
of some of the individual exhibits this has been
quite a large job. Not having a large museum,
the exhibits will for the present be separated, part
being housed in the main building and the others
in the engineering building.
—One of the largest and most enthusiastic ath
letic meetings for several terms was held on January
9. The following officerS were elected for the
current year—President, H. M. Beaver, '95; vice
president, J. L. Harris, '95 ; secretary, W. J.
Moore, '95 ; auditing committee, J. E. Hall, '95,
C. W. Burkett, '95, W. M. Whitten, '95 ; gen
eral athletic committee, J. L. Harris, '95, G. K.
Spence, '95, C. W. Burkett, '95, F. A. Robin
son, '97, J. J. Connelly, '97 ; base ball commit
tee, M. R. Rice, '97, W. E. Mackey, '96, F. A.
Robinson, '97, S. E. Morrow, '96, Chas. Thom
as, '96. The election of the foCit ball, committee
was postponed, pending a proposed amendment to
the foot-ball section of the constitution. A com
mittee was appointed to draw up amendments for
the association to act on and to report as soon as
THE FREE LANCE.
home West Chester, Pa
Ex-'96. Donald Findley is now with the New
York Gas Company.
Ex-'95. G. L. W. Price is now in the electric
outfitting business at Allegheny, Pa. He has a
large number of men in his employ, and is doing
a very prosperous business.
Ex-'B5. Thomas Greer wears a P. R. R. uniform
on the Pittsburg Division, his run being "Day
Express" and "Fast Line."
'93. H. W. Mattern, of Warriors Mark, Pa., was
a recent visitor to the College.
'93. John Foster is connected with a lumbering
firm in West Virginia.
'92. M. J. McDowell is at his home, Milroy,
Pa., recuperating after a long and serious illness
in Baltimore, Md. ,
'9l. C. M. Green is now located with the Ells
worth, Me., Electric Company in the capacity of
secretary and manager
'9O. W. P. Brew paid us a pleasant visit re
—All the engineering courses have been thor
oughly revised with a view to increasing their
standard. Extreme changes have been made in
the Freshman and Sophomore years, all the cours
es having been moved forward a term. This has
given rise to a slight confusion and a
good deal of doubling up. The standard of ad
mission has not as yet been raised, but probably
will be before the fall term opens. All the stu
dents are anxious to see the new courses as they
will be outlined in the coming catalogue.
Ex.'9 . •'97. H. M. Andrews 'has accepted a lucra
tive position at Harrisburg, Pa., and is intending
to enter Princeton next year.
Ex-'97. D. Harold Walker is at home preparing
to enter the medical course at Harvard next year.
Ex-'96. G. K. McFarland is studying law at his