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installment in the May issue. When we come to deal with the
literary we are out of our element. The Lance has no literary
merit. Several times within a week it has been suggested to
make engineering a part of the magazine. Why not? Engineering
is that which interests, or should interest, three-fourths of the
students at State College, and there has not been an engineering
article in the Lance in years. Of course the board does not have
the experience necessary to run such a department, and would
have to rely on the professors and almuni for aid. Something on
this order must be done to awaken interest or there will be a death
and a funeral.
If you have any suggestions to make please write them for
publication. It is to your interest to write.
F. K. BREWSTER.
—Owing to the great increase in the size of the college classes
and in the number of visitors at commencement, the committee in
charge of the*farewell reception to the Senior class has decided
not to sell tickets to any except alumni and their friends, guests
of the college, and members of the upper classes.
—Dr. George W. Atherton, President of the College, has ac
cepted the chairmanship of the County Committee of the Penn
sylvania Society of New York for Centre County.
—Prof. I. T. Osmond, Dean of the School of Mathematics and
Physics and Professor of Physics, who has been confined to his
house by illness' for several days, has been granted leave of ab
sence for the rest of the college year.
College Miscellany .
IT. B. WOODWARD.
R. H. I-I. ATJNGST.