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'9B. M. A. Taylor has secured a position as Chemist with the
Shenango Valley Steel Co. Address: Newcastle, Pa. •
'9B. P. T. Beers, Assistant in the Chemical Laboratory for the
past year, has accepted a position as Chemist with the Bellefonte
Among the Alumni who visited the College during Commence
ment we note the following:
J. I. Potter, '62; Cyrus Gordon '66; John Hamilton, '7i; Wm.
H. Thompson, '74; C. F. York, '76; B. L. Orvis, '76; W. K.
Poster, '79; D. 0. Etters and E. R. Chambers of 'Bi; J. M. Dale
and I. P, McCreary of 'B2; W. B. Gray, 'B3;'A. A. Patterson and
John S. Weller of 'B9; Geo. S. Demming, Geo. R. Meek, H. W.
Mitchell, and I. C. M. Ellenberger of '9o; C. B. Aull, Willis
McKee, E. K. Meek, H. K. Rumberger, and John F. Shields of
'92; W. A. Silliman, '94; R. B. Greer, J. F. Rodgers, H. 1,.
Wishart, W. J. Moore, and D. 1,. 'Patterson of '95; B. J. Bowen
and R. A. McCrea of '96; and J. A. Boyer and E. F. Hill of '97.
We print below part of a letter received from an Alumni. This
is just what we like. Who will write the next one? I •
Editor FREE LANCE
In the last issue of the LANC.O you asked for news and move
ments of the Alumni.
Perhaps some of your readers may be interested in the work
some of State's recent graduates are doing out here in the Mis
• The writer was the first man from Penn'a State to commence
work for the. Illinois Central Railroad under their Track Appren
tice System (which was fully outlined in an issue of the
LANcs last year by Mr. Mallory), he was followed by R. S.
Moore, '97, and when the Class of '9B graduated, Espenshade,
Keenan, Kennedy, Morgan and Moser started in.
After various periods spent at labor on the tracks the men
were promoted to better positions in the' Engineering Depart
ment, and at the present time hold positions as follows:
Morgan and Espenshade are connected with the Eng. Dept.,
with . headquarters at Chicago.
Kennedy, Keenan and Moser are with the Construction
Corps of the Fort Dodge and Omaho R. R., the new line the
COUNCIL BLUFFS, lowa, June 2, 1899