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—Dr. William Frear, Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, has
been appointed by the Director of Congresses of the St. Louis
Exposition as a member of the Committee on Organization for
the International Pure Food Congress to be held in connection
with the Exposition.
—A recent addition to the College Orchestra is a double bass
viol. The orchestra as now organized consists of the following:
Cornet, R. W. Bowers, ’O4, of Harrisburg, leader; Ist violins,
C. P. Stuart, A>6, of Pittsburg, and C. A. Shearer, 'O4, of Read
ing ;2d violins, W. PI. McCune, 'O4, of McKeesport; G. E. Mill
er, 'O7, of Windber, and A. G. McGarvey, ’O7, of Mount Union;
.Ist clarinet, R. J. Smith, ’O7, of Sunbury; 2d clarinet, D. R.
Davis, ’O6, of Everson; piano, C. R. Potteiger, ’O7, of Reading;
cello, H. K. Dimlow, 'O7, of York; double bass viol, L. W. Coop
er, 'O5, of Paradise; trombone, K. L. Gilson, ’O6, of Corrv;
drums, R. W. Bair, ’O6, of Hanover.
—The members of the Mandolin Club are: Ist mandolins, C.
A. Shearer, ’O4, of Reading, leader; P. O. Noble, ’O4, of Snyder
town, and M. I. Killmer, ’O6, of Stouchsburg; 2d mandolins, C. L.
Armsby, ’O4, of State College; R. H. Elliott, ’O5, of Chambers
burg; R. L. Kell, ’O5, of Loysville, and G. L. Christman, 'O5, of
Reading; guitars, E. R. Ale, 'O4, of Bellwood, president, and J.
F. Johnson, ’O5, of Bloomsburg.
—The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity had a hsuse warming
and smoker at their new chapter house Friday and Saturday
nights, March TBth and 19th.
—The Freshmen to take part in the Inter-class debates are: P.
W. liaverstick, of Lykens; P. A. Rainey, of Laceyville, and J. P.
Smith, of Yellow Creek. The Sophomores are: O. C. Hays, of
Oil City; W. G. Heckathorne, of Slippery Rock, and C. D.
Flickinger, of Newport. The Juniors are: P. M. Rainey of
Laceyville; A. Hart, Jr., of Chester, and F. J. Saunders, of