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Vol. 1, No. 19,
James P. Greenman
James P. Greenman a member of
the Sophomore class died at his
home here in State College early
Monday morning. Apparently well
and in good health, he attended
Band rehearsal on Friday afternoon.
On Saturday he complained of feel
ing badly and took to his bed.
Pneumonia developed rapidly and on
Monday morning, he breathed his
last. He is survived by his parents
and one brother and one sister.
Deceased was a member of the
College Band, stood well in his
classes, and was very popular with
all his associates.
The Sophomore class held a meet
ing on Monday at noon and B. H.
Olmstead, C. J. Adams, and J. P.
Hand were appointed a committee
to draw up resolutions. E. T.
Eckert was appointed to accom
pany the body to Coudersport,
Potter county, where it was interred.
The executive committee attended
the services at the home of the de
ceased on Monday evening at 7.30
and on Tuesday morning the entire
class escorted the body to the train
at the Beliefonte Central Station.
The Senior Class has decided to
give an Easter Hop in accordance
with the custom of past years.
This action was taken at a meeting
held Thursday evening, Feb. 16 and
President Rainey appointed the fol
lowing committee to make arrange
ments for the affair: Kuhn, Chair
man; Weaver, Robinson, Hoskins,
and Peschko. Later Kuhn resigned
and Weaver was appointed Chair
man in his stead with Gerber, as the
other member of the committtee.
STATE COLLEGE, PA., FEB. 23, 1905
The Pharsonians gave their annual
mid-winter production in the Armory
on Saturday evening last. The old
saying that “there are just as good
fish in the sea as ever were caught ”
held true here for although some of
the old stand bys ware missed, the
performance this year was just as
good if not better than ever before.
‘ ‘ Pop ’ ’ Golden as interlocutor, was
better than ever. Saunders, Waller,
and Reznor the end men kept the
house in an uproar with their jokes
and catchy songs, while the ballads
by Saunders, Dawson and Rippel
were well sung. Although one of
the Holmes Bros, had a bad cold,
they made a hit, while “Casey”
Fawkes with his “Dooley Philoso
phy” was extremely funny. The
street car sketch which wound up the
performance, was the best thing in
that line that the Pharsonians have
offered for years and if some of .the
details are worked out a little better,
it will make a big hit at Commence
Franklin and Marshall have chosen
the affirmative side of the following
“ Resolved, that the Franchise or
License plan recommended by Com
missioner Garfield for the Federal
control and supervision of corpora
tions engaged in interstate com
merce, should be enacted by Con
This debate will take place at
State College on Friday, April 7th.
Trials for the team will be held in
the old Chapel on-Thursday evening
March 9th. An extensive list of
references is on file in the Library.
All who wish to try for the team will
kindly hand their names to Mr Friz
zell before Monday Feb. 27th.
Death of D. M. Stuart,
The funeral of Daniel Moser
Stuart took place Tuesday, Febru
ary 21st, 1905 at 2 p. m. with inter
ment at the Branch Cemetery. The
young man, only twenty-five, was
the son of Postmaster Stuart and a
former student of this College, not
graduating however. He completed
his Junior year in 1901 and accepted
•a position with the J. H. Heinz
Company at Holland, Michigan.
Later he was promoted to the po
sition of superintendent of the fac
tory at Norfolk, Virginia, belonging
to the same company, which posi
tion he held at the time of his death.
He contracted an attack of la
grippe and pneumonia last Monday
a week and died on the following
His sudden demise was a severe
shock to his many friends at State
Team Away on Eastern Trip.
On Tuesday afternoon the basket
ball team left College on the eastern
trip, the first game of which was
played against Pennsylvania in
Philadelphia, Tuesday night. The
schedule for the trip includes four
hard games : U. of P; Swarthmore
at Swarthmore, Pa., Thursday
night; Franklin & Marshall at Lan
caster, Friday night, and Dickinson
at Carlisle, Saturday night. The
team has been playing very fast ball
lately, as was noticed in last Friday’s
game with Dickinson, and they hope
to bring home a few scalps. The
men who were taken on the trip
are: Coach Golden, Manager
Williams, Captain Dunn, Foltz,
Yeckley, Heaton, Moorhead, Burns,
Caswell and Quigley. An account
of the trip will be given next week.
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