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I Personals. I
—H. C. Mcllveen was greeting
friends about college last Friday.
—H. D. Mason, 'O7, was confined
to his room by sickness last week.
—C. A. Poole, ex-’o6, has enter
ed the University of West Virginia.
—J. B. Torbert, ex-’o7, has en
tered the Colorado School of Mines.
—R. J. Smith, ’O7, spent a few
days at his home in Sunbury last
—E. J. Monaghan, ’O7, has left
college to attend Indiana State Nor
—R. S. Parsons, ex-’O7, is this
year attending the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor.
—M. L. Benn, ex-’O7, has en
tered the civil engineering course
at Bucknell University.
—Many State College students
were noticed among the visitors at
the Bellefonte fair last week.
—J. D. P. Kennedy, ex-’o6, of
Blairsville, spent a few days here
last week. He will re-enter college
—K. T. Woods, ex-’oi, has
graduated from Medico Chi and is
a practicing physician at Muncy,
—J. E. Hornbaker, ’O5, is absent
from College on account of the
death of his father, which occurred
at his home in Chambersburg last
—A. D. Patton and E. C. Hick
man, both of ’O7, left last Friday
for Prescott, Ariz., where they will
join a mining engineer corps. Pat
ton, on account of his health, is re
quired to sacrifice his college course
to obtain a more suitable climate,
while Hickman accompanies him
for the experience. En route they
will spend a week at St. Louis.
—H. E. Diller, ex-’95, and wife
visited the College this Week. Mr.
Diller is with the Washburn Elec
tric Company, Chicago.
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At the Commencement exercises
of Wesleyan University last June,
the degree of D. D. was conferred
on Prof. Benjamin Gill, of the Penn-
sylvania State College. Prof. Gill
''graduated from Wesleyan in 1870,
and most of his old class were there
to rejoice with him in the honor
conferred on the Professor by his
Alma Mater. At these same exer
cises, the degree of L-L- D. was con
ferred on Dr. A. W. Harris, Presi
dent of Tome Institute, Port De
Dr. Gill was offered the degree
of E. H. D. at Dickinson college,
but declined, to accept the honor
at the hands of his Alma Mater,
At a meeting of the Senior class
last Monday it was decided to give
the Thanksgiving dance under the
auspices of 1905. The following
committee was appointed and all
matters concerning the dance
should be referred to them :
R. F. Patterson. Chr.
The date has not yet been deter
mined. It will probably be either
the Friday before or after the
i Alumni Notes, i
E. A. Whitworth, ’O4, has secur
ed a position at Homestead.
H. F. McKnight, ’O4, has a posi
tion at the DuQuesne blast furnaces.
Irvin P. Thompson, ’O4, is with
the General Electric at Pittsfield,
E. S. Fry, ’O3, of York, was re
cently married to Miss Swively, of
H. C. Ray, ’O4, has been ap
pointed assistant in the Assaying
Bruce McCamant, ’O4, has joined
the department of History and Po
R. E. Cummings, ’O3, has a po
sition with the Allis, Chalmers
Company at Milwaukee.
W. C.' Riddle, ’O4, was in town
last week, stopping over on his way
from Pittsburg to Lancaster.
Wayne B. Thompson, ’O4, is at
Bloomfield, N. J., in the employ of
a Structural Steel Company.
N. G. Miller, ’O4, who is em
ployed at the Experimental Station,
is visiting his home at Chambers
Ralph W. Bowers, ’O4, who holds
a position with the York Manufac
turing Co., spent a few days here
C. M. Thompson, ’96, was here
on a visit last Saturday. Mr.
Thompson held the pole vault rec
ord at State until it was broken by
H. M. Crossman, ’O4, together
with his brother, Louis Hall Cross
man, ’O3, have opened an assaying
office in Goldfield, Nevada. From
all reports they are doing well.
The Junior Electricals have been
assigned their thesis work for the