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—On Sunday night, March 20th, the Y. M. C. A. was ad
dressed by Paul L. Corbin, Traveling Secretary of the Student
Movemlent for Foreign Missions.
—The spring term of the college year opened 11 o’clock, Wed
nesday morning, April 6th.
J, A. Fries, having secured a year’s leave of absence for study
in Europe, left for Bonn,, Germany, where respiration-calori
meter work is carried on. During his absence he will make a
visit at his former home in Sweden.
—The battalion of cadets has been reorganized on account of
men being excused for athletics and other purposes. Instead of
six companies as in the fore part of the year the battalion now
•consists of four.
—The following have been chosen to constitute the 1906 La Vie
board: Editor-in-chief, O. C. Hays, of Oil City; assistant editors,
W. G. Heckathorne, of Slippery Rock; C. D. Flickinger, of New
port ; T. F. Foltz, of Atlantic City, N. J.; D. O. Davis, of Cali
fornia; A. L. Fcrver, of New Wilmington; W. P. J. Dumm, of
Mackeyville; J. C. Gotwals, of Norristown; A. Deuel, of Little-
Meadows; manager, W. Y. Heaton, of Southampton; assistant
managers, W. L. Lorah, of Sonestown; W. C. Cope, of Greens
burg; artists, FI. L. Jacobs, of Bloomsburg; C. P. Stewart, of
Pittsburg; J. C. B. Rhoads, of Harrisburg; protographers, T. F.
Foltz, of Atlantic City; F. Hershey, of Harrisburg.
—The Thespians, the dramatic organization of the college,
gave their presentation of “The House of Trouble,” in the Audi
torium, Friday night, April Bth. The members of the cast are:
F. J. Saunders, ’O5, Syracuse, N. Y.; R. FI. Lyons, ’64, Union
City; J. P. Considine, ’O4, Lock .Haven; FI. G. Gearheart, ’O4,
Sunbury; £. L. Armsby, ’O4, State College; R. P. Campbell, ’O4,
State College; FI. C. Milholland, ’O4, Pittsburg; J. FI. Lytle, ’O5,
Strasburg; J. F. Johnson, ’O5, Bloomsburg; E.,G. Bashore, ’05,/
Shippensburg; W. H. Barnes, ’O4, Brooklyn; C. L. Eshleman, ’O5,
Newport; G. L. Flofi'man, ’O5, Philadelphia; F. A. R. Hoft'editz,