The Free lance. (State College, Pa.) 1887-1904, March 01, 1904, Image 14

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    —The last number of Y. M. C. A. course of entertainments was
given in the auditorium Tuesday evening, February 16th. The
entertainment was given by the Copley Square Concert Company,
consisting of Blanch Sears, solo violiniste, viola, mandolin and
piano; Marion Whitaker, sleigh bells, xylophone soloist and
whistling, and M. Isola Sears, pianiste, guitar and xylophone.
The program rendered was varied and pleasing.
—Messrs., Hoover and Dodson, two mechanical experts from
Hazelton, are at present engaged in the engineering building
remodeling and setting up a miniature coal breaker for the St.
Louis Exposition. It is to form part of the State Mining exhibit
being arranged by Prof. Rebel*.
—State’s base ball candidates have been doing indoor work in
the Armory for the past ten days. At Captain Elder’s call for
candidates over seventy men responded.
—Captain Barnes is getting his relay team to work.
—The following are the delegates from the local Y. M. C. A.
to the Scranton Convention: Secretary Woodcock, N. G. Miller,
’O4, W. R. Gorham, ’O4, Ed. Saums, ’O4, F. A. Gorham, ’O5, H. D.
Easton, ’O5, P. M. Rainey, ’O5, C. P. Stewart, ’O6, O. C. Hays,
’O6, B. li. Olmstead, ’O7, J. E. Root, ’O7, and I. O. Noll, ’O7.
—The following Seniors have been apointed Commencement
speakers: C. S. Bomberger, T. J. Bryson, J. D. Elder, P. J.
Morrissey, and M. J. Rentschler.
—The following Juniors have been appointed to take part in the
Junior Oratorical Contest next Commencement: R. H. H.
Aungst, R. D. Barclay, G. L. Christman, H. PI. Hollinger, J. J.
Morgan, P. M. Rainey; alternate, W. B. Ploke, W. R. Dunn, and
J. F. Johnson.
—At a meeting of the Athletic Association Thursday evening,
February 25th, C. H. Williams, ’O6, was elected Assistant General