State collegian. (State College, Pa.) 1904-1911, January 26, 1905, Image 1

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Vol. 1, No. 15
The Y. M. C. A. Course.
The fourth entertainment in the
course will be given Saturday even
ing, Jan. 28th., in the Old Chapel.
The Chicago Lady Entertainers who
have been secured for this date, ap
peared here two years ago and gave
a very creditable performance. The
company consists of Estella M.
Clarke, reader; Jessie I. Christian,
soprano; Bessie M. Mercer, contral
to; and Marcia M. Moorhead, ac
companist. Each is an artist in her
respective line, and yet each under
stands how to make her part subser
vient to the harmony of the whole.
Their program consists of readings,
vocal solos, duets, trios, and quar
tets. A very fine entertainment is
The management of the course
has taken special pains to get a good
attraction for this particular date,
and it is hoped that there will a large
The final number id the course is
booked for Saturday, March 4th.,
when Packard, the humorist, will
give his “Rare Fun Well Done.”
The Juniors Entertained,
In spite of the close proximity of
examination week, nearly the whole
Junior class attended the Liquid Air
Lecture and Smoker tendered by
Prof. Osmond last Saturday evening.
The smoker part of the program was
a great success but owing to the de
lay in shipment, etc., the Liquid air
failed to materialize and “Hot air”
had to be substituted. Part of the
evening was taken up by Prof. Os
mond with remarks on the meth
ods of manufacturing liquid air. Ex
periences, jokes, wise and other
wise, made the remainder of the
evening very entertaining.
F. Z. Moore ’O2, Dead.
The following was taken from the
Waynesboro, Pa., Zephyr of Jan.
Frank Z. Moore, son of Geo. W.
Moore, South Church street, who
was taken ill with typhoid fever in
Salt Lake City, Utah, as told in this
paper, died this morning.
Mr. Moore was on his way west
to Frisco, Utah, in the interest of
the Westinghouse Machine Co. by
which he was employed, when he
was taken ill.
He was in his 24th year and was
a graduate of the Waynesboro High
school, class of ’9B, and of The Penn
sylvania State College, where he
took the course in Mechanical En
gineering. He had many friends
here who will regret his death. He
was a young man of superior attain
ments and of very pleasing social
He is survived by his parents and
one brother, Ralph W. Moore.
His father is now on the way to
Utah, being called to his son’s bed
side by a telegram announcing his
serious illness.
Mr. Moore during his college
course was a man prominent in col
lege affairs, standing high in his work
and taking an active interest in the
various phases of the life here. He
was editor-in-chief of the Free Lance
in his Senior year and a member of
the College debating team. He
graduated with honors.
Those of the student body and
Faculty who remember Mr. Moore,
will be sorry to hear of his sad
demise. Prof. Reber received a
letter that Mr. Moore wrote but a
short time before his death in which
he stated that he was Superinten
dent of construction and liked his
work very much.
Heckathorne will be around next
week. Get your money ready.
The Thespians will make their
first appearance of the year in the
Auditorium on Friday evening, Feb.
24, in one the late Augustin Daly’s
comedies, the name of which will be
given out later. The trip arranged
by Manager W. H. McDowell will
be taken after the performance here
and includes Bellefonte, Tyrone and
Hollidaysburg, with the possible ad
dition of another date.
At the meeting Wednesday, Jan.
18th., W. R. Fleming’o6 was elected
assistant business manager. The
treasurer reported the finances of
the organization to be in excellent
The preliminary and final trials for
parts in the cast will be held in the
old Chapel Wednesday Feb. 1, ’O5
at 7p. m. There are at least five
excellent parts to be filled and all
candidates must hand their written
application in before 5 o’clock of
the day of the trial to Pres. G. L.
Hoffman, Room 316 Main, at which
place stage copies of the play can be
Y. M. C. A Notes,
The nominating committee has
nominated the following men for
Y. M. C. A. officers for the ensuing
year, the election to take place
Tuesday, January 31, at 6.30 p. m.
President | gjjg
Vice President | b.’ D.’ Kunkle
Treasurer <
Assistant Treas. |
Secretary j “r^
Price Five Cents