The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, February 01, 1894, Image 15

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    —The class of '94, gave their Senior banquet,
Friday evening, Febraury 23d. It took place at
the Fallon House, Lock Haven. Several ex
members of the class were present and added to
the enjoyment of the occasion. A. D. Belt was
toastmaster, and, after a sumptuous menu had
been discussed, the following toasts were respond
ed to :
Ex '94, . •
D. C. Jackson's Dynamo construction,
The Ladies, Past and Present,
The Dear Faculty,
Thermodynamics,
•
Past, Present and Future,
—On Saturday evening, February 17th, the
second entertainment of the FREE LANCE course
was given in the College chapel. Mr. Edward
P. Elliot, the impersonator, gave us one of his
inimitable plays, "Dollars and Sense," Mr. El
liot is an old favorite here, having appeared last
year in "Hazel Kirk," when he completely en
deared himself to State College audiences by his
exquisite conception of the various rolls in which
he appeared. "Dollars and Sense," is a new play
and still somewhat in the rough, but many think
it even better than Hazel Kirk, His short
sketches are especially fine, and it will be with
pleasure that we anticipate his return next year.
—The fourth annual winter meeting of the
Athletic Association, came off in the Armory,
Friday evening, February t6th. Both financially
and in performances it was a success. Several
records were broken, and a great deal of interest
and enthusiasm was kept up. The following offi
cers had charge Dr. H. T. Fernald, referee ;
Prof. Gill, Prof. Emory, and Prof. Kinkaid, track
judges; Lieut. McCaskey, Prof Sparks, H. E.
Dunkle, measurers ; W. H. Walker, E. J. Haley,
Prof. Garver, time keepers ; J. M. Willard and
H. M. Stoek, clerks of the course; Starter, G.
W. Hoskins ; announcer of events, J. M. Wolfe;
announcer of points, H. M. Beaver ; chief mar
shal, J. L. Harris.
THE FREE LANCE.
W. B. Waite,
Wm. Banks,
. E. B. Kirk,
• Fred Barndollar,
W. M. Dickinson,
W. A. Silliman.
The events and winners with their records are
as follows
3o yard dash-Ist heat,-Connelly '97, Ist,
McCullough '97, 2d ; time 4 2-5 sec. zd beat
-Thompson '96, Ist, White '94, 2d ; time 43
sec. Final heat-White '94, Ist, Connelly '97,
2d, Thompson, '96, 3d; time 41-5 sec.
16 lb shot-Connelly '97, Ist, McGee '97, 2d,
Dixon '96, 3d ; distance 31 ft 5 1 2 in.
12 lb shot-Dixon '96, Ist, McGee '97, 2d,
Huber '97, 3d ; distance 34 ft 7 in.
Flying ring exhibition-Renninger, McCaskey.
4,/o yds dash-White '94, Ist, Price '96, 2d,
Conrad '97, 3d ; time 65 sec.
Standing NO jump -Connelly '97 Ist, Thomp-
son '96, 2d, Harder '95, 3d ; height, 4ft 812 in.
This breaks the indoor record by 3 in.
Standing broad jump-Connelly '97, Ist,
Thompson '96, 2d, Darragh '97, 3d ; distance 9
ft 4 1 2 in.
Horizontal bar exhibition—lVlcCaskey, Ren-
ranger
Half mile run.—White '94, Ist, Price '96, 2d,
Rutherford, '95, 3d ; time 2 min. 574 sec. .
140 wrestling contest, catch as catch can—
Zentmeyer and Bechtel ; Zentmeyer winner. Cau
ler and Lane ; Lane winner. Zentmeyer and
Lane ; Sentmeyer winner.
HO" mile walk—Price '96, ist, Hemphill '96,
2d, Smith '96, 3d ; time 4 min. 5y 3 sec.
Pole vault—Thompson '96, ist, Stevens '97,
2d, Robison '97, 3d; height. 9 ft 2,j( ! in. This
breaks the indoor record by tft x in.
150 lb wrestling contest, catch as catch can—
Thompson and Darragh ; best of three throws.
Thompson two out of three, winner.
A/lie run—Scott 'O, Ist, Rutherford '95, 2d,
Stevens '97, 3d ; time 5 min. 43 sec: This breaks
the indoor record by zo g sec.
Sparrins exhibition—Spence, Peffer.
Running high jump—Connelly '97, tst, Harder
'95, 2d, Bowen '96, 3d ; height sft 6 in. This
breaks the college record in. and the indoor