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FRIDAY, Jan. 27.
8.00 P. M. Friday Club at resi
dence of Dr. and Mrs. R. E.
Interval until Tuesday morning.
SATURDAY, Jan. 28
8.00 P. M. Chicago Lady Enter
tainers in the Old Chapel.
TUESDAY, Jan. 31.
8.00 A. M. Chapel. Second
Senior Class —President, P,
Junior Class —President, T,
Sophomore Class —President,
Freshman Class —President,
Alumni Association —President,
Mrs. A. L. Miller ’B5.
Athletic Association —President,
H. D. Easton.
Football —Captain, Edgar G.
Yeckley; Manager, R. W, Bair.
Baseball —Captain, E. H. Ray;
Manager B. B. Stamm.
Track —Captain, J. E. Hornbaker;
Manager, C. H. Williams.
Basketball —Captain, W. R.
Dunn; Manager, C. H. Williams.
Mandolin Club —Leader, R. H.
Orchrestra —Leader, C. P. Stewart
Band —Leader, E. E. Godard.
La Vie Board —Editor-in-chief,
O. C. Hays; Manager, W. Y.
Thespians —Pr esid e n t, G
Manager —W. H. McDowell.
G. W. Gelwicks ’O6 has left
Who blew out the clock ?
can’t tell the time of night.
Capt. Lawton has returned to the
College after several weeks absence.
How do you ‘ ‘ buff ’ ’ a watch ?
Prof. Jackson will answer all ques
History classes last Friday were
held in the Library, with no cuts (?)
Open question: Has the percent
age of flunks in “ Applied ” increased
this year ?
R. T. Fennell, ex-’O5 was in town
on Friday last to see the State —Al-
toona A. A. basketball game.
—Your class pictures, athletic
groups etc., are preserved and ap
pear better when framed. Ray Far
rington wi'l take your order for The
A. M. Ingram ’O7 and brother,
John Ingram of the sub-Freshman
class were called to their home at
St. Mary’s, Pa. by the death of
their father on Saturday last.
The Engineeering Building is being
fitted with new sky lights over the
Steam Engine Lab. The new glass
is but 3-8 inch thick, and unlike the
old, is not to be walked upon. A
screen is being put over it to guard
The young people of the College
community, most of them children of
members of the Faculty, gave a per
formance of the play “Prince
Charming’s Fate ” at the home of
Prof, and Mrs. J. Price Jackson on
Saturday evening last. The pro
ceeds were for the benefit of the
Bellefonte Hospital. The affcirwas
arranged by Mrs. Louis E. Reber.
When the electric power was shut
off on Saturday night, the air-purr. p
at the Calorimeter stopped, and for
sixteen minutes the steer inside was
without air. The men in charge
were just about to open the door,
when power was again turned on.
Had the pump failed to work for
five minutes more, the experiment
would have been spoiled by the death
of the steer.
E. S. Erb ’Ol, Hugh J. Boyle,
’O3 and Geo. O. Gray, ’O3, have all
been seen in town during the past
W. A. Smith, ’Ol, is at the pres
ent time filling the position of assist
ant chemist at the Experiment
C. F. Bierbauer, ’O2, is employed
as chemist with the American Nick
el Works at 10th and State Sts.,
Camden, N. J.
There will be a meeting next Fri
day of the Alumni Committee on ar
rangements for the coming Semi-
Centenial Jubilee in June.
The present address of J. N.
Sherer, ’99, who has recently been
transferred from Lebanon to Phila
delphia is, care of Pennsylvania Steel
Company, Girard Building, Phila
It is reported that Roland Diller,
’OO, has quite a severe attack of
fever. He graduated here in the
Mining course and has been em
ployed in the Assay Department of
the United States Mint of Philadel
The annual mid-winter maneuvres
of the State College cavalry are be
ing held this week, chiefly in the
Armory. For dexterity in manage
ing their dangerous steeds, even the
famous Cossacks of the Russian
Army are-not to be compared with
our own small (?) band. Up to
the time of writing, no accidents
have been reported, although, as in
previous'years, a few riders will
probably be dismounted before the
the week is ended. At this time of
the year, these exhibitions have no
connection with the military depart
ment, and no effort is made by
horsemen to display their proficiency
before the general public