The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, October 01, 1899, Image 26

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    '6B. Gabriel Hiester, a trustee of the college, visited here a few
days looking after our interests.
'9o. H. Walton Mitchell, of Pittsburg, presided at the National
meeting of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, held at Niagara Falls
early in the summer.
'9l. 3. W. Pields spent a few days in the beginning of this ses
sion at the college.
'92. C. M. H. Atherton has started a class in banjo, mandolin
and guitar at college. •
'92. A. C. Read holds an important position on the engineer-.
ing staff of the Pennsylvania railroad, his work being principally
on the Pittsburg division.
'93. Mr. Daniel W. Gross has left the employ of the Pennsyl
vania Steel Company to become Assistant Ungineer of the Inter
national Traction Company at Buffalo, N. Y. This is one of
the longest street railway companies in the country, operating
over 300 miles of track in the United States and Canada.
'94. A. D. Belt was married early in the summer to Miss
Annie Markley, of Steelton, Pa. They are residing in Wells
ville, Cumberland Co., Pa., where Mr. Belt is in business with
his father. J. E. Quigley, a classmate and roommate of Mr.
Belt while in college, was best man.
'95. Dunham Barton has resigned .his commission as Second
Lieutenant in the 14th Regiment, N. G. P.
'95. Mr. Burkett, one of the leading electrical engineers in the
Southern States, visited college during the summer in order to
procure our graduates to fill positions with the Bell Telephone
'95. Thomas W. Rutherford is in the employ of the Mechanics'
National Bank, of Harrisburg, Pa.
'95• Geo. B. Snyder spent a few days in September at the