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I Personals, 1
—E. R. Wood,ex-’o4, has locat
ed at Altoona.
—“Cal” Waller, ex-’O4, is. in
town renewing acquaintances.
—Charles J. Corse, ’O6, has left
college on account of sickness.
—H. W. Myers, ex-05, was a
visitor at the College last week.
—Frank M. Hindman, ex-’O6,
has entered Purdue University.
—John G. Culbertson, ex-’os, is
with the Westinghouse company.
—R. P. Farrington, ex-’ 05, has
re-entered college as a member of
the Junior class.
—A. H. Roop, who has been in
structor in the Chemical Labora
tories for the last few years, has lo
cated in Mississippi.
—James C. Aiken, ex-’o7, is at
tending Allegheny college. He
was in the line up against State last
—Miss Helen Atherton left for
Philadelphia last Tuesday, where
she will purchase a new piano for
the Old Chapel.
—Albert S. Butler, ’O6, left col
lege on Tuesday for Ann Arbor.
Mich., where he will enter Michi
—C. H. Campbell, ’O7, is ill at
his home in West Chester. He
played in the. Pennsylvania game
and was taken sick with typhoid
fever shortly after.
—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dick
inson have returned to their home
in Chicago, after an extended trip
abroad. Mrs. Dickinson, nee Miss
Helen A. Snyder, was the popular
Lady Principal at this institution
for the past two years. The Col
legian wishes her a long and
happy married life.
—O. C. Snyder, who entered
State from Lehigh last year, is here
to complete his course and act as
assistant in mechanical drawing.
—Dr C A. Brown, of the Sugar
Experiment Station of Louisiana,
formerly instructor in the chemic
al department here, was looking
up old acquaintances last week.
—W. N. Golden returned to
town on Saturday after an anxious
stay at the bedside of Mrs. Golden,
who was seriously ill with ap
pendicitis at a private sanitorium
in Philadelphia. Mrs. Golden is
—Cap’t Lawton, USA. Com
mandant of Cadets at the college,
has returned to his duties after an
extended trip abroad. Mrs Law
ton, who accompanied him, was
delayed and did not reach town
until last Saturday evening.
JUNIOR ELECTRICALS MEET.
The Junior Electricals held a
meeting in the Engineering Build
ing last Tuesday evening. It was
decided that a “Feed” be given the
Senior Electricals at Harrison’s
next Saturday evening. Kline,
Clark and Hershey were appointed
on the banquet committee. John
Mahaffey was elected captain of the
Electrical section foot-ball team,
with “Doc” Christman as manager.
The following concert is said to
be rendered each Sabbath evening
at every man’s door:
0:30 P. M.—Overture Any Laundry
By the State College SI tarn Laundry.
0 43 P. M. —Song Any Laundry
By the Empire Steam Laundry.
7 00 P. M. —Altophone Solo Any Laundry
By the Bellefoute STEAM Laundry.
7:15 P: M. —March Any Laundry
By the Lock Haven STEAM Laundry.
7:30 P. M.—Serenade Any Laundry
By the Huntingdon STEAM Laundry.
7:45 P. M.—lntermezzo Any Laundry
By the Jersey Shore Steam Laundry.
| Alumni Notes. J
H. A. Leitzell, ’O4, has charge
of the college book room.
M. L. Gray, ’O4, wa., a visitor
over Saturday and Sunday.
A. H. Myliu, ’O4, has located
with the York Manufacturing Co.
W. W. McCallum is with the
New York Central at Albany. N.
A. H. Mylin, ’O4, has a position
with the York Manufacturing Com
H. C. Ray, ’O4, has been added
to the staff in the mineralogy lab-
C. S. Freeman, ’O3. has secured
a position with the Segaer Coal
J. R. W. Keenen, ’9B, is Ass’t.
Supervisor of the Northern Cen
Robert H. Lyons, ’O4, is chemist
for the Pittsburg Reduction com
pany, East St. Louis.
A. B. Schwenk, ’O4, holds a po
sition with the General Electric
company, at Pittsfield, Mass.
W. H. Barnes, ’O4, has located
at Brooklyn, Pa., where he is en
gaging in agricultural pursuits.
William V. Detwiler, ’O4, has se
cured a lucrative position in min
ing engineering at Washington, D.
W. R. Gorham, ’O4, has been ap
pointed an instructor at the Farm
School of Agriculture, Berks coun
Edward Saums, H. G. Gearhart,
T. J. Bryson, E. K. McDowell
and R. P. Campbell, all of last
year’s graduating class, are with
the American Bridge Company,
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