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—E. S. AUenms, ex-06, of
Scranton, is attending Cornell Uni-
—Geo. B. Barber, ’OB, entertain
ed bis parents at College for a few
days last week.
—J. li. Zullinger, ex-’O4, of
Orrstown, has re-entered college to
complete his course.
—Robert Rosenbluth. ex-’oy,
has entered the State Forest
Academy, at Mont Alto, Penn-
—J. G. Culbertson and R. W.
Cummings, both ex-’os- are on test
ing work at the St. Rouis Exposi
tion for the Westinghouse com
J. R. Elder, ’O4, has located in
Clay Sprecker ’9B, spent Sunday
at the College.
Thos. J. Mosser, ’O4, of Mahaf
fey, was here a few days last week.
Clias. M. H. Atherton, ’92, is
spending a short vacation with his
C. H. Raub, ’Ol, is draughting
at Scottdale for the H. C. Frick
C. E. Samuelson, ex-’o7, is tak
ing a two year’s course in photog
raphy at Illinois University.
Not a single jersey or sweater
has appeared in the college choir
this week ! What’s the matter?
W. D. Waite, ex-’O7, has entered
the agricultural course at Ohio
State University, Columbus, Ohio.
W. R. Musser, ’O4, is with the
H. C. Frick Coke Co. at Leckrone,
Pa. He is working under the di
rection of J. W. Campbell, ’9B,
H. E. Dunkle, ’93, for a number
of years instructor in the Mechan
ical Department of the college left
last Saturdajr to enter the Mechan
ical Department of the Carnegie
Steel company at Ambridge, Pa.
The new dormitory which was
described in the first number of the
State Collegian has been named
McAllister Hall in honor of Mr.
McAllister, father-in-law of Gen.
Beaver. Mr. McAllister was one
of the most active men in the work
of getting the land grant for this
We are authoritatively informed
that the dining room in McAllister
Flail will not be managed directly
Wm. T. Kelsh, a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, and
president of the Pennsylvania
Reague of College Republican clubs,
addressed the members of the local
Republican club last Monday even
ing. Methods of conducting the club
were discussed and a permanent or
ganization was started. Mr. Kelsh
stated that similar clubs were being
started in nearly all the universi
ties and colleges in the State. Ben
Curry was elected president with
Offut and Krone as vice president
and secretary respectively. A con
stitution will be adopted later.
First Freshman (on a ladder nail
ing up pictures): “Say, Bill, got
Second Freshman: “No, but
I’ve got some finger-nails.”— Ex.
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the new mcaeeister dormitory,
by' the college, but will be ] 'laced
in the hands of a competent caterer,
with the expectation and require
ment that he shall furnish good
board at a reasonable rate. It is
possible, also, that arrangements
will be made in such a way that
different tables or roups may have
different service, with rates to cor
respond. It is expected that all
the waiter service will be done by
students, thus furnishing employ
ment for a considerable number.
OTHER. SCORES, SAT., OCT. 14th.
The "game between State and
Washington and Jefferson will be
played at Exposition Park, Pitts
burg, Saturday, Oct. 22nd.
U. of P., 6 —Brown, o.
Yale, 17 —Syracuse, 9.
Annapolis, 10 —Princeton, 9.
Harvard, 4 —West Point, o.
Cornell 24 —Bucknell, 12.
Amherst, 12 —Columbia, o.
Dickinson, 57 —F. & M., o.
Haverford, 6—Lehigh, o.
Indians, 100 —Albright, o.
W. & J., 6—California Normal, o,
W. & J. vs. STATE.
For the gladdest words
From the student’s pen
Are these : “Dear Dad —
I’ve passed again.’’— Ex.