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COURSE ITT ELECTRICAL, ENGINEERING.
John Clarence Reed, Mount Joy,
Dan E. Carpenter, State • • James Lower Stewart, Arch Spring,
'William Barker Dawson, Tate-I:Atm, Victor Milton , Weaver,, State College,
Hosea Grant Gorr, Factcryville, • Harry Peterman Wood, Muncy,
Wilson Taylor Griffin, North East, George Jacob Yundt, Weissport,•
, * Judd,Lupfer Minick, Ridgway.
COURSE IN MP,C . HANICAI, ENGINEERING.
Lbui's Allen. Harding, Factoryville, Clarence Stone, Marshall's Creek,
"Charles Benjamin Snyder, Lock Haven.
COURSE IN MINING 'ENGINEERING
William Lewis AifeldercAllegheny; Lalon Farwell 'Hayes, Freeport, 111.,
Walter Etigle•,Brandt, Mount Joy, Robert Vincent Rex, Mauch Chunk,
Walter Hardie Finley, Horr, Mont., James Norman Sherer, Steelton,
The, following additional degrees were then,' conferred: That
electrical Engineer to William F. White of Denver, Col.;
Master of Science to Ralph L. ,Watts, of Knoxville, Tenn.,, and
that, of Mechanical Engineer, to Charles S. Gingrich, of Erie,
Pa., and Arthur G. McKee of Youngstown, Ohio.
Following these came the awarding of prizes: The McAllister
prize to A. H. H. Miller, '92; Oratorical prizes to L. E. Young
and A. W. Oakwood. Prize for best. Inter-Class Debating team
to' Thompon, Wood, and Yundt all of '99. Three senior cadets
ranking highest in military duty to Weaver, D. E. Carpenter, and
Way; Agriculture prize to F. M. Carpenter, '99; and Biological
prize to W. F. Ross, 'oi.
The Honor men of the class of '99 are in alphabetical order:—
William Lewis Afelder,
Dan Ellsworth Carpenter,
Newton Wells McCallum,
Victor Milton Weaver,
Harry .Peterruan Wood,
George Jacob Yundt.
Wednesday afternoon State met the Cuban Giants on Beaver
field, and defeated them by the score of i2to 3. (See athletic
notes for full account .
On Wednesday evening the Juniors gave their annual hall in
honor of the. Seniors. The armory was neatly decorated with
*Degree to be conferred on the completion of special work
Robert Charles Bell,
Francis Marion Carpenter,
Wilson Taylor Griffin,
Mary G. McKee,
Charles Benjamin Snyder,
Malcolm Reid Stevenson.