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Vol. 1, No. 12,
FRIDAY, Jan. 6.
6.30 P. M. Mining Eng. Society,
SATURDAY, Jan. 7.
6. 30 P.M. Debating Club in
SUNDAY, Jan. 8.
9.45 A. M. Bible Classes.
11.00 A.M. Chapel. Dr. Gill
6.00 P. M. Y. M. C. A. in room
Although nothing definite has
been settled, it is understood that
the Alumni committee on the Com
mencement Jubilee have plans,
which if materialized will make the
coming 50th Anniversary of the
founding of the College, a ‘ ‘hummer. ’ ’
They intend to ask the Board of
Trustees to set aside one day of
Commencement Week for the
Alumni, adding one day to the usual
number. It is rumored that the
Committee has $lOOO to spend and
as its members are “live ones,” we
may look forward to something out of
the usual run. They intend to ask
for McAllister Hall to use as Alumni
Headquarters and if this is granted
they will give a luncheon there on
Alumni Day, doing away with the
regulation Alumni luncheon in the
Armory. Efforts are being made
to make the attendance of “old
grads” a record-breaker.
The Creamery students have ar
rived. Fred Dodge is on hand
again to give them the benefit of his
STATE COLLEGE, PA., JAN. 5, 1905,
About ten students met in room
367 on Friday evening, Dec. 18th,
and reorganized the Debating Club.
The advisability of resurrecting the
club and continuing in the Debating
League was thoroughly discussed.
It was finally decided to give the
project another trial and each man
present pledged himself to do all in
his power to awaken interest. The
following officers were elected:
President, L. B. Smith 'O6, Vice
President, J. A. Hunter ’O5, Secre
tary, H. M. Braucher 'OB, Treasurer,
W. F. H. Wentzel ’OB, Ex. Com.
Alex. Hart ’O5, A. M. Myers, ’.OB,
R. M. Remick ’OB, and P. A.
Berzelius Chemical Society.
The regular meeting of the Berze
lius Chemical Society was held in
the main lecture room of the Chemi
cal Laboratory at eight o’clock
Thursday, Dec. 15th. Dr. Clark
gave a short talk on ‘ ‘Scientific As
sociations and their Advantages,”
T. A. Swartz ’O5 read an interesting
paper on “Calcium Acetate and its
Uses.” The Society then adjourn
ed in a body to the residence of Dr.
and Mrs. Pond where a sumputous
banquet awaited them. Mrs. Pond
was assisted in receiving by Mrs.
Keith, Mrs. Shoffstall, and Miss
McFeely. When the tables had
been cleared, the company was en
tertained with short talks by Drs.
Pond, Tuttle, Keith and Wyman and
Messrs. Curry 'O5, Forkum 'O5,
Brobst ’O5 and Kaufman ’O6. Be
fore adjourning a hearty vote of
thanks was tendered Dr. and Mrs.
Pond for their generous hospitality.
The college loafer may be termed a sleeper
on the train of thought.—-Harvard Lampoon.
Price Five Cents
The College Choir, under the di
rection of Miss Helen Atherton,
gave an informal sacred concert in
the Auditorium on Sunday evening,
Dec. 18th. Vocal solos by Mrs.
J. C. Meyer of Bellefonte and Mr.
J. D. Rippel ’O5, and instrumental
solos by Miss Atherton, Mr. R. H.
Farrington ’O6 and Mr. K. L. Gilson
'O6 were greatly appreciated by the
The program in full was as fol
1. Chorus M agnificat,
Mr. J. D. Rippel.
Chorus - Deus Misereatur,... .A. Thayer
Piano solo Miss Atherton
Chorus Venite, Dudley Buck
Violin solo—Berceuse from "Jocelyn”
Mr. R. P. Farrington
Chorus—The People that Walked in Dark
ness W. H. Jones
Cornet Solo K.L. Gilson
Solo —The Shadows of the Evening
Hours Mrs. J. C. Meyer
Hymn 163, in which all present joined.
Daily Papers in The Carnegie
On and after Jan. Ist, 1905, the
following daily papers will be found
on file in the Library.
p , ( The Evening Telegraph
rmia. ) p ub li c Ledger
Harrisb’g 11^ep6nC * ent
Pittsburg; The Gazette.
New York: The Tribune.
Boston: The Transcript.
Washington: The Star.
Scranton: The Tribune
Library Hours 7.55 a. m.to 10 p. m.
She sat on the steps at eventide
Enjoying ths balmy air;
He came and asked,"May I sit by your side?”
She gave him a vacant stair.—Ex,