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tion to the new men. In this way the new men were able to be
come acquainted with the old men, and with each other.
Judge Beaver conducted chapel exercises Sept. 17, delivering a
very entertaining discourse on " Courage."
Immediately following the regular morning chapel exercises on
Tuesday, Sept. 26, a mass meeting of the student body was held.
A number of the Alumni were also present. The meeting was, as
Dr. Atherton expressed it, " for the good of the order," and when
Gen. Beaver, President of the Board of Trustees, rose to address
those present, the very air seemed full of college spirit and enthu
siasm. He spoke of the excellent showing that State's graduates
are making; pointed to the good results which have attended, the
efforts made, on the part of the Alumni and students, to secure
new men; and expressed the hope that the number of students
would continue to increase year by year. He then read letters'
from several of the Alumni, who were unable to be present, each
one showing that the writer was a loyal friend of his Alma Mater.
Coach Boyle in a few determined words outlined the work which
he proposes to accomplish this year, at the same time re
minding the students of their duty in supporting the team.
Scott, '96, gave 'a short talk on athletics, followed by Warn of the
Senior Class. Dr. Atherton then closed the meeting and the reg
ular work was resumed.
Owing to the large number of students in the Freshman and
Sub-Freshman Classes, a change in the seating at chapel.was
At a recent meeting of the Senior Class, the following officers
were elected:—Warn, president; Morgan, vice president; Hamil
ton, secretary; Glenwright, treasurer; Miss Bricker, poetess; and
The following officers were elected by the Class of Igoz :—Pres
ident, Kuhn; vice president, Arney; secretary, Moke; and treas
Kuhn has been elected editor-in-chief pro tern. of 'or La Vie
Board. In case Wade does not return to college a new editor
will be elected.
The " Thespians " have organized and have elected the follow
ing of Wentzel, 'oo; secretary, Ross, 'ox; man
ager, Hamilton, 'oo. The play decided on to be given this
year is, " She Stoops to Conquer."