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Company D:—Sergeants,—McKinley, Gill, Thompson, E. 3., Haldeman,
Morgan; Corporals,—Fugate, , Crumley, Mingos, Elder, Salisbury, Mott;
Clerk,—Pollock, A. C.
The following Marshals have also been appointed,—Cole, Chief
Marshal, 'Young, Assistant to Chief, Connell, Hamilton, Glen
wright, Gage, Crumley, Dodds, Kittredge, Miller, F. F.
Agnew, 'oo, and Smith, 'ol, have charge of the Book Room
Prof, Leete is slowly recovering from his injury received last
Mr. C. A. Browne, Jr., has been requested by the State De
partment of Agriculture to undertake an investigation of the
apple and its products.
Senor M. J. Romero, who spent most of last year at the college
as special agent of the Venezuelan Government, is, spending a
few weeks here with friends.
Mr. Calvin H. Waller, of the Junior Class at South Carolina
Agricultural College, and Assistant in Dairying, has entered the
Agricultural Course as special student in Dairying.
Prof. Hayward spent part of his vacation in special study at
Miss Maude Musser has taken the place of Miss Moore as
type-writer and librarian in the Engineering Building.
F. M. Griener, B. A., a graduate of the Agricultural and
Mechanical College, at Stillwater, Oklahoma, has entered State
as a graduate student in chemistry.
The portrait of Prof. James Y. McKee, who died in December,
1891, having been for twenty-five years connected with the Col
lege, is now hung in the Chapel behind the seats of the Faculty.
Among other new things about the college we are pleased to
note a few new improvements in the general library. Two new
steel bookracks have been added, together with a larger and more
complete subject catalogue.
Mr. Carnegie has also donated to the library a work of excep
tional interest and importance. It is entitled " Pac Similies of
Manuscripts in European Archives Relating to America." The
cost of the series which contains 25 volumes is $5OO. Only 200
copies were printed and the plates were then purposely destroyed.