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’os, York. The officers of the organization are: President, R. H.
Lyons; business manager, R. W. Wray; director of performance,
Donald Clark; assistant manager, W. H. McDowell;.property
manager, G. L. Hoffman.
—The Thespians will' also perform at Garman’s Opera House,
Bellefonte, April nth; at the Academy of Music, Trone, April
iith; at 'Clearfidd Theatre, Clearfield, April 13th, and at the
Auditorium, State College, June 14th.
—The Senior class have presented the college with a new clock
to be placed in the tower of the main building. The E. Howard
Clock Co., of Boston, are the manufacturers, and, according to
the contract, the clock is to be ready for use by May Ist. It is of
the eight-day type, strikes the hours and half hours, and has four
illuminated dials, upon which in red letters are appropriate in
scriptions. This clock will be a boon to both students and towns
people, for its need has long been felt. The formal presentation
to the college will take place during commencement week.
The idea was first conceived during the Sophomore year of the
class of 1904, when the President suggested that the spaces in the
tower had been left there for a clock and not for the purpose of
furnishing painting space for Sophomore classes.
Mr. J. PI. Painter at once took up'the suggestion, and suc
ceeded ia having the class pay over the unused damage fees in
payment for a clock to be put into the tower. Finally, Mr. C. S.
Bomberger was instrumental in fully accomplishing the proposed
project. The possibility has finally become a reality, and much
credit is due to the class which so generously contributed to so
great a convenience for the college.
—The Easter dance given by the Senior class was held in the
Armory, Friday night, April 15th. The dance was not so well
attended as usual, but was very much enjoyed by all there. Ex
cellent music was furnished by the Clover Club Orchestra.
—The Senior and Junior Chemists on their inspection trip
during the Easter week visited the - following places: