The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, February 01, 1894, Image 16

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    record aji in. Harder cleared 5 ft 5 in and
thereby won a "team cap."
The points scored on the '92 Cup were : '94-
15, '95-6, '96-34, '97-33• Taken all in all the
performances were very creditable. J. J. Con
nelly '97, made the best record, winning 22
points. J. B. White '94, stood second with 25,
winning every event he entered. New material
showed up quite well, although there were some
disappointments. From the character of the
work done, the outlook is encouraging for a good,
strong team in the Spring ; but nothing will be
accomplished without prictice, and we wish to
impress this on the minds of the students.
PERSONALS.
Ex-'96. E. D. Bricker is United Press Associa
tion correspondent at Chambersburg, Pa.
Ex-'96, R. E. Tyson, who left college recently,
on account of poor health will return next year
and enter '97. •
Ex-'96. L. L. Johnson is•engaged in the whole
sale tea and coffee business on Market St. Phila
delphia.
Ex-'94. M. Elliot has been advanced to the po
sition of general manager of the electroplating
works at Philadelphia.
Ex-'93. Miss Grace Ling will graduate next
June from the medical course at the University of
Michigan.
Ex-'93. "Fish" Motz visited his Alma Mater
recently.
90. Philip G. Gossler who is with the United
States Illuminating and Power Co. visited his
friends at the college recently.
'93. S. H. Brown has been making an extended
tour of the South.
'9O. Dr, W. H. Walker has tendered his resig
nation to take effect at the end of this year. He
has had, unsolicited, a very flattering offer from
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as in
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structor; but he is_undecided about accepting.
The College loses a warm friend and a good iii•
structor
'9O. J. C. Mock stopped at the College for a
few days on his*way back from his home to his
work. He is at present Asst. Constructing Engi
neer of the Union Switch and Signal Co.
Prof. Emery has tendered his resignation to
take effect at the close of this College year. He
goes to accept a better position at his Alma Mater,
Dartmouth. We are sorry to lose him but wish
him success in his new field of activity.
Prof. L. H. Barnard who resigned the profes-
sorship of Civil Engineering last year to settle in
England, has returned to this country and is
studying medicine in Philadelphia.
Cornell has 512 free scholarships which aggre
gate slso,ooo.—Ex.
It is said that Franklin and Marshall college
will soon open its doors to the gentler sex.
A hand-ball tournament for the championship
of the university will shortly take place at Cor
nell.
Yale has a Hawaiian club, numbering about a
dozen members, most of them residents of Hono
lulu.
An American girl is the first woman to take the
degree of Doctor of Mathematical Science at the
Sorbonne, Paris.
At the meeting of the inter-collegiate athletic
association on March 4, the place for holding the
annual Spring games will be the chief objects of
discussion.
The University of Paris has over 7,000 students
and in this, as well as other universities of France,
there are no classes, no athletics, no commence
ment day, no college periodicals, no glee
clubs and no fraternities.
COLLEGE ORBIT.