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During the fore part of the month, the Junior Electricals
entertained the Electrical Club at Cafe Harrison in honor of their
recent initation into it. After partaking of the, refreshments,
several informal toasts were responded to, causing much merri
ment; and all departed well pleased.
The State College Literary Club was entertained on Monday
evening, Nov. 11, by Prof Osmond. Prof. Willard read a paper
entitled, "A Week in a Wood House Chamber," and Prof. Gill
spoke of the prescribed course of study in the German Gymnasa.
The Bata Theta Pi Fraternity gave a reception and dance
at their chapter house, Nov. 24.
On November 28, Prof. and Mrs. Leete gave a reception to
the Sub-Freshman Class, several members of the Faculty, In
structors, and friends of the Class being present. The College
choir was also present to enliven the evening with several songs.
All who were present proclaimed it a most enjoyable affair.
Prof. and Mrs. Griffin entertained a number of their friends
on the evening of Thanksgiving day.
Assistant Prof. and Mrs. Fehr were also "at home" to many
town and College friends on Thanksgiving evening.
The usual "Thanksgiving Hop" was given by the Senior
Class in the Armory, Dec. 1. The attendance was small, owing
to the inclemency of the weather, and a slight misunderstanding
as to the absence of engraved invitations. But this did not de
tract from the enjoyment of those present, as the music was
especially good, and the dancing space large.
The Patronesses were:—
Mrs. Atherton. Mrs. Reber. Mrs; Leete.
Mrs. Buckhout. • Miss Redifer. Mrs. Taliaferro.
Miss McZlwabl• Mrs. J. P. Jackson. Mrs. Philbrick.
PERSONAL AND DEPARTMENT NOTES.
Mr. 1 4 . C. Ihlseng, of New York City, was the guest of his
son, Prof. Ihlseng, recently.
Prof. Foss has presented to the Mining Department a collec
tion of minerals, including some rare specimens which he gather
ed in Auburn, Maine.
Prof. M. M. Garver has moved into the house formerly oc-