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sum has accumulated during the last
ten years; a sum sufficient to en
dow a small college.
Russel H. Conwell, President of
Temple College has been mentioned
as successor to Dr. Harper, late of
. Mrs. Charles P. Taft of Cincin
nati is the donor of the $15,000 re
cently announced as an anonymous
gift for an addition to the Yale In
Y. M. C. A. Notes
S. M. Sayford, a noted worker
among college men, addressed about
four hundred students in the Old
Chapel on Sunday evening. He
took for the basis of his remarks
the man Paul and Paul’s question,
“Lord, what wilt thou have me to
do?” Mr. Sayford is a “straight
from-the-shoulder’’ speaker, and
holds his hearers with the power of
his logic and the magnetism of his
personality. Such interest as he
stirred up among the fellows has not
been known at State in a long time.
He makes one feel the littleness of
life, and at the same time its op
portunities and responsibilities.
Mr. Sayford and State Secretary
Miller continued the meeting Mon
day and Tuesday evenings, and
wonderful interest was exhibited on
the part of students. These meet
ings should have the effect of awak
ening even greater interest in the
work of the Association, and of
causing greater desire than ever
among the fellows to live manly
The annual Pennsylvania State Y.
M.C.A. Convention will be held in
Washington, Pa., February 22 to
The International Student Vol
unteer Conference will meet at
Nashville, Tennessee, from Feb
ruary 28 to March 4. The State
Association expects to send a num
ber of delegates to this,the most im
portant Conference of the year.
THE STATE COLLEGIAN
Senior Electrical Thesis Subject?.
Completion of Generator of Di
rect Connected Sets with Tests, Kline
Detail Design of Telephone Sj s
tem for the College, Arnold.
Tests upon a Constant Current
Transformer with Analysis of Re
sults, Heyl and Mentzer.
Design and Construction of a
Special Transformer for Electric
Furnace Work, Kamerer and Pow
Tests of a Mercury Vapor Recti
fier. Varnes and Quiggle.
Improvements upon a 1 H. P. In
duction Moter, Jordan and Roper.
Experiments with Wireless Tele
graphy and Telephony, Corse and
Tests of Quarter Phase Generator
and Distribution System of the Nit
tany Light, Heat, and Power Com
pany, Hershey and Jacobs.
Construction of Revolving Field
for 3 Phase and Alternator, Christ
man and Adams.
Construction of an Oscillograph,
Creese, Foltz, Hollinger and Landes.
The Application of Eleclriciy in
Coal Mines, Gardner.
Electric Railway Tests, Zarfos,
Barr and Van Dine.
The Electric Resistance Furnace,
At a meeting of the Senior class
last Thursday it was decided to hold
the annual Easter dance on the even
ing of Friday, April 20. The base
ball game to take place on that day
will be with Lebanon. Valley Col
lege. The committee having charge
of the dance consists of Rhoades,
Chairman, D. G. Mahaffey, Cas
well, Hoy, and Foltz.
The committee arrang.ng the
Junior assembly is made up of
Clough, chairman, Waltman, Hunter,
R. J. Smith, Thompson, J. B.
GEO. B. JACKSON
CIGARS. TOBACCO AND
FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS
A Pull Line of Smokers 1 Fancy Articles.
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College Hardware Go.
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Spouting and Repairage
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