Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)
- Class of 1890
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20, 21, Annual Examinations
10:45 a. m., . . . . Baccalaureate Sermon
By President D. H. Wurzranmz, lJ.D,, I.L.lJ.
: . ni Annual Sermon before Colle fe Y. M. C. A.
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2:00 p. m , . . Field Day
8:00 p. m , . . Inter-Society Contest
8:45 a. rn , . Annual Drill of Cadet Corps
9:30 a. rn , - Annual Meeting of Board of Control
8:00 p. m , . . . Senior Class Day
9:30 a. m , Annual Meeting of Board of Trustees
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Annu-al Concert of lQonse5y11,tory of Music
'iO:OO rl. U1-, - . " - - C0l1lI1lEllCBIL1Cllf Exercises
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xg -g the .ffafzzs quo of the KALnRoN. The early college
'M M' year was rampant with conflict and strife engen-
dering hatred and confusion. Amidst this clanging disorder the
past' basis of the' K1xl.nRoN tottered and, as blow was added to blow,
fell in ruin, 'l'hen, bythe magic of arbitration, the conflicting
forces neutralized, the combative elements yielded to the bonds of
their affinity, and disorder crystallized into method. The KAI,-
nRoN, lifted from the chaos of unmairshalled influences, presents
itself with an im petus.-the resultant ofthe Combined Hellenic forces.
It-acknowledges the excellent pioneer work of former boards,
lt recognizes thatpasteditions have been characterized by true worth.
Vet it would be modesty inconsistent with our ambition not to say
that our hopes are not realized, our expectations are not granted
their premises, if this work does not outrank all former attempts.
And, in claiming this distinction for our KALDRON, we do in no wise
detract from the credit of former boards. Past editions have served
as lamps of cxpcricncc lighting the way, saving our feet from many
a stumble. And certainly we are not immodest in assuming that
we have penetrated farther, aided by these guiding lights.
All interested have struggled arduously for the good of the
work. The pen of the historian has dyed the pages with truth.
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IAMES TRUEMAN, PH. D.,
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J. C. FIELDS, Pl-LD.,
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SECOND LT. J. F. KREPS, zzd INI-'AN'ruv,
Professor of Military Science and Tactics.
W. A. ELLIOTT, A. B.,
Adjunct Professor of Greek and Latin.
VVILLIAM S. TWINING, A.B., C.
Professor of Civil Engineering.
J. W. SILLIMAN, C. E.,
Instructor in Civil Engineering.
GRACE 1. FOSTER, AM.,
Instructor in History.
M ' M. BLANCHE BEST,
Expression and Physical Training.
' WILL SILING, A.B.,
Q Instructor in Latin.
J. s. GIBSON, A.B.,
Biology and Assistant in Laboratory.
A. G. FRADENBURGH, A.B.,
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D. H. WHEELER,
Dean of Post-Graduate Department.
J. H. MON'rOOM.1LRY,
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W, A. 1aL1.1OTT,
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james W. Smith, lisq.
john O. McClintock, Esq.
Sion B. Smith, lisq.
Chas. H. Haskins, Ph. D.
jas. P. Colter, Esq.
Harry M.. Barrett.
Wm. H. Scofield.
l.ee A. Baldwin. '
C. B. Snyder, jr.
W. C. Leflingwell.
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joseph Shippen, Esq.
Geo. W. Haskins, lflsq.
Hon. H. j. Hnmes.
Arthur I.. Bates, lisq.
Robert C. Bole, Iisq.
W. W. Ellsworth, A. B.
Corney C. Laffer, A. M.
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Wm. W. Youngson. 'lf'. M. Haskell.
Fred. C. Cattern.
john I.. Porter.
M. O. Brown.
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New 'York Delta,
New 'York Epsilon,
Virginia Beta, .
Virginia Gamma, .
Maryland Alpha, .
South Carolina Alpha,
Mississippi Alpha, .
Ohio Alpha, .
Ohio Beta, .
lncliana Beta. .
Indiana Gamma, .
Michigan Alpha, .
Iowa Alpha, .
Iowa Delta, ,
Minnesota Beta, .
Wisconsin Gamma, .
. Syracuse College
. Hobart College
. University of Virginia
gton and l,ee University
. . Hampden-Sidney College
. johns Hopkins University
District of Columbia Alpha, .
University of South Carolina
University of Mississippi
hio Wesleyan University
. Wittenberg College
Ohio State University
De Pauw University
University of Indiana
. Wabash College
University of 'Michigan
University of Wisconsin
University of Iowa
. Simpson College
University of Minnesota
. University of Kansas
University of the Pacific
. . Beloit College
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james H. Montgomery, l'h.D.
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Senator G. W. Delamater. A. G. Richmond. lisq.
Hon. j. j. Henderson. H. V. Hotchkiss, l'h.D.
Hon. H. L. Richmond. 'Frank j. rlll'l0lll2l.S, lisq.
Frank P. Ray, lisq. R. G. Graham, lisq.
Capt. E. H. Henderson. Dr. L. I.. Doane.
Reuben C. Frey, lisq. Harry Carroll, D.D.S.
Rev. E. Hall, D.D. limory li. Flower, lflsq.
Lieut. Dick johnson, U.S.A. I--larry Reynolds.
George l. Mahoney. john j. Shryock.
George l". Davenport, lisq. Louis H. Lauderbaugh, lisq
'l'. A. Delaniater.
Robert Coulter Crowthers.
Adelbert Grant Fradenhurgh
james Stewart Gibson.
Edwin Lafayette Mattern.
Samuel Simpson Marquis.
Will Lester Siling.
Martin joseph Sweeney.
jas. Gilbert Ehrenfeld.
Charles L. Howe.
" Left college.
,Frederir-k G Howe.
Harry Parker johnsonfl'
George Sylvester Ray.
Hugh Long Apple.
William Grant Barrows.
john Loring Danforth.
Benjamin Alexander Heydr
Harry Rufus Patchin. N
Will C. Berlin.
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University of Georgia
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Win. C. Fish.
W. H. Hulnuker, NI. IJ.
Frunk F. l.ippitt.
W. A. MCClurg.
john ID. McCoy.
Major C. li. Ric-hniond.
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Hilbert A. Nodine.
George l. Wright.
lidgur P. Cullum.
V. M. Deluniuter.
Chas. W. Fish, IVI. II.
IJ. Arthur Gill.
IC. A. Hempstead.
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C. F. Riehinond.
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C. P. Woodring, M. II.
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Ned A. Flood.
Wesley Il. Iiest, Iisq. Alfred j. Iiutes.
Williunl Cllupen Denning.
Williuni George lrleiser.
Fred Iiukin Russell.
Churles Noble lNIr'Clure.
Frunk Alphu Gugeby.
Churles Hurniony johnsn
Williuni l.ee johnson.
Charles 'l'orrenc'e Nesbitt
Alfred Puul Townsend.
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l'll't'KlL'l'Il'li llluine Pulnler.
'l'ruey Clinton Farrell.
George Albert Sliryoek.
Norbert Moore liugleson.
Charles jumes Clinton Zim
Williuln Clendenning Pickett
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ul. Alexander Vance. A.Nl. W. W. Case, A.li.
R. lirnest Pond.
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Robert Wallace Elliott. Harry Boyd Espy.
William Willard johnson.
William Henry Stenger.
Howard Ambrose Couse
Clarence F. Ross.
Frank Willis Black.
C. Alberti Peffer.
Harry A. Cotton.
John K. Howef'
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Charles liakin Newkirk.
Francis Gurney Stubbs.
Fred W. Gundy.
Homer David Whitlield
lillis bl. Cbesbro.
Frank Harvey Sisley.
james W. Campbellff
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Rhode Island Alpha.
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Pennsylvania Eta, .
Virginia Alpha, .
Virginia Zeta. .
North Carolina Beta,
South Carolina Beta.
Alabama Alpha, .
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. . . . Colby University
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. . . Union University
College of the City of New York
. . . Columbia College
. . Syracuse University
. . . Lafayette College
. . Pennsylvania College
Washington and jefferson College
. . . Allegheny College
. . . Dickinson College
University of Pennsylvania
. Lehigh University
. . Roanoke College
University of Virginia
. 'Randolph-Macon College
. . . Richmond College
Washington and I.ee 'University
. University of North Carolina
. . South Carolina College
. . Centre College
University of Georgia
. Emory College
. Mercer University
. Vanderbilt University
. University of the South
. . University of Alabama
. Alabama Polytechnic Institute
Texas Beta, .
Ohio Alpha, .
Indiana Beta, .
Indiana Delta-, .
Indiana Zeta, .
Michigan Beta, .
Illinois Alpha, .
. Southern University
University of Mississippi
. . Tulane University
. University of Texas
. Miami University
Ohio Wesleyan University
. Ohio University
. University of Wooster
. Buchtel College
. Ohio State University
. Indiana University
. Wabash College
. Franklin College
. Hanover College
. Ile Pauw University
University of Michigan
State College of Michigan
. Hillsdale College
. Northwestern University
. . Knox College
Illinois lipsilon, . . Illinois Wesleyan University
Illinois Zeta. . . . l.omhard University
University of Wisconsin
University of Missouri
. Westminster College
Iowa Alpha, . . Iowa Wesleyan University
State University of Iowa
. University of Kansas
. University of Nebraska
California Alpha, . University of California
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I- Cxycr. HDS blor
'lm , l'lu'lu
C'a!w'.v- Black ancl Gold.
j'11M1'mf1'o11- " Kappa Alpha 'l'l1eta."
Miss lcla .losephine llenclerson.
Miss Margaret Hartman.
Miss Harriet Reitze.
Miss l'l1'lI.l1f'CS li. Bel
' ' Collcglo '
ll Color xnelnbers.
. . lle Panw University
University of Illinois
University of Kansas
. University of Vermont
. Allegheny College
University of Southern California
University of Nebraska
. University of Toronto
anus: n r..,nn .ranmu
V Sigma Qlxfpaa EQQAIPQQ.
l'i-:NN 'A UM icfm C HA l"l'l'IR. l':S'l'AIlI.ISHIf1ll
cl1f'1Il'X- Royal Purple and Old Gold.
!'1rNl'vni1'v11-" 'l'he L' .4 lu' Record."
Albert Lewis lioush.
William james Booth
Clement hl. Carew.
Frank Hamlin lilackmarr.
Frank Alonzo Collins.
Alden Ottiee Davis.
Hugh Conway llorworth.
Charles C. Freeman.
William Brough Griffen.
john Arthur Gibson.
james Earl Hood.
lilmer E. Higley.
l.ouis Arthur Holeman.
Alvin Oren lVlcCIelland.
'F Left college.
Daniel Wickliiffe Camp.
Ward Myron Sactkett.
-ln - Gollegie-
'l'homas lVI. Morrison.
George Stewart Nlinnis.
Pressly Clark Patterson.
'Herbert Wilbur Rand.
David l.ee Starr.
William Spencer Sabinfl'
Frank Richard Trumper.
Fred. james 'l'rumper."4
Lorell Erastns White.
Frederick Raymond Work. A
Alabama Alpha Mu,
Alabama Mu, . .
Alabama lota, .
Georgia Beta, .
Georgia Epsilon, .
Georgia l'si, .
Iowa Sigma, .
Michigan Alpha, .
Michigan Iota Beta. .
Missouri Alpha, .
North Carolina Theta
North Carolina Xi, .
Ohio Delta, .
Ohio Epsilon, . .
Ohio Sigma, .
South Carolina Delta.
Tennessee Eta, .
Tennessee Zeta, .
Tennessee Nu, .
Tennessee Lambda, .
Texas Rho, . .
Virginia Omieron, .
Virginia Pi, Qsub l'0A'1IJ
Virginia Sigma, .
. A. and M. College, Alabama
. University of Alabama
. University of Georgia
. Emory College
. Simpson College
. Bethel College
. Central University
. Thatcher institute
. . Adrian College
University of Michigan
. University of Mississippi
. University of Missouri
. . Davidson College
University of North Carolina
. . Delaware University
. Mt. Union College
. . Allegheny College
University of South Carolina
. S. W. Baptist University
. S. W. Preslnyterian University
. . Vanderbilt University
. University of the South
. Cumberland University
. University of Texas
. . 'University of Virginia
Washington and Lee University
Keappa Wappa Gamma.
Run f'HAl"l'I-IR. l':S'l'Alll.lSH un 1888
C'n!w'.r-l,igl1t null Dark lilue.
.l'1fb!z'mfl'a11- t' 'l'h e li ey. ' '
Minnie A. llurney. .leunuette Porter.
Maude M. Kepler.
.lessie W. Smith.
Currie lfrauces Mount.
lilleu May Whitney.
Leuua Hague llouley.
Margaret Moris llunley.
Lillian lieviere Muuett.
liulu Schultz Munett.
Tau , .
G am ma ,
St. Lzuvrence Unistrsity
. Syracuse University
Buchtel C ollege
. Ohio State University
De Pauw University
. Hillsd tle College
. Adrian C ollegc
. . Wisconsin Unnerslty
Illinois Wesleyan University
1 Northwestern University
. Minnesota Lulversity
. Simpson College
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559.111 Qu Ecpoifoq.
ALLEGHENY CHAM1-LR. Es'1'A1z1.1snEn 1887.
Fred W. Smith.
Edw. T. Lashells.
E. L. Mattern.
VI. S. Gibson.
F. E. Russell.
F. R. Work.
W. G. Heiser. V
j. G. Ehrenfelcl.
vl. A. Knox.
Kgzicmu as t-WSI
115-f f-1 s: Lu-P-JSM
-Hmexlrzs ' ig ' Glrlac-
Ned A. Flood.
F. C. Howe.
Corney C. Laffer.
- I9 - Qollcgioi-
A. G. Fradeuburgh. H. M. Barrett.
j. E. Hood. R. Coulter Crowthers
W. C. Deming. F. G. Stubbs.
T. M. Morrison. l.. A Baldwin.
F. A. Gageby. j. I.. Porter.
Chas. N. McClure.
E. E. Miller.
A. O. McClelland.
Fred J. Trumper.
KQQOO ul1!l111l1l,f-xffw MQ
Eb g 5.4 nw'--r
,f,'QjLu E !-!-!-VUFSK
-Zlcli'0c - Elqmlzalers-
. . . Wesleyan University
Syracuse. . . Syracuse University
Union, . . Union College
Cornell, . . Cornell University
Rochester. . Rovhester University
California. University of California
Madison, . Madison University
Adelbert, . .-Xclelbert College
Kenyon. . . . Kenyon College
Hamilton, . . . Hamilton College
Rensselaer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Stevens, . . Stevens lnstituteof 'l'ec'hnology
Amherst, . . . Amherst College
Rutgers. . Rutgers College
Lehigh. . Lehigh University
Lafayette. . Lafayette College
Wooster. . University of Wooster
Allegheny, . . Allegheny College
Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania
Post G ramluate,
Class of '90,
Class of ,9l,
Class of '92,
Class of '93,
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Colors-Black and White.
Class Vf!!-"I-Ti! I-Ii! Bizz-zzm! Ninety, Ninety!"
' Qfficcrs '
President and Salutatorian. .
Vice-President, . .
Treasurer, . .
Poet. . .
Prophet. . .
llaclfler Orutor. .
Anderson. nl. Robert, fl' li 'l", .
Baldwin. Lee A., fl' ll' 'l". .
Barrett, Harry M., fl' ll' 'l",
Bullock, Fred Lucas. .
Carr. Alvah Leinuel, .
Chesbro, Ellen, ll' A 4-I, . .
Clark, Helen A., li' .4 H, .
Collins, 'Frank Alonzo, L' .4 lf, .
Crowthers, Robert Coulter, 41 l' J,
Deming, William C., .J T J, . .
Dice, Frank, . . .
. W. C. D1-:AnNn.
NI lss l.UCv l'lckr:'l"r.
Ii. .-X. HICRSPICRGICR.
. . -I. li. HAWK.
. H. M. li.xRku'1"l'.
. J. S. filllt-ION.,
. S. S. lwxlzouis.
.-X. G. FRADIENHURGH.
C'. N. iN'i1'f'l.URIfZ.
I". li. Russnm..
. W. l.. Slmxrs.
hlunmestown. N. Y.
. Kinsman. O.
Shericlan. N. Y.
. . Union City
. Wood's Run
. Mount Olivet, Ky.
. . Akron, IO.
Dobson, john Milton, .
Dnnkle, Valentine F., .
Elliott, Robert W., fl' J H, .
Espy, Harry Boyd, 41 J H, . .
Fradenburgh, Adelbert G., 41 I' J,
Gageby, 'Frank L., J 7' J, . .
Gibson, james Stewart,. III I' J,
Hawk, Charles Barnes, .
Hawk, john Bunyan, .
Heiser, William G., J T J, .
Hersperger, Edward A., fl' Ii' 'I",
Hood, james Earl, 1' .4 If, . .
johnson, William W., 'Il J H, .
Manning, Cassius R., . . .
Marquis, Samuel Simpson. 'II I' J,
Mattern, Edwin l,aFayette, III I' J
McClure, Charles Noble, J 7'J,
Morrison, 'lll10llH.lS M., 1' fl If, .
Newkirk, Charles li., fl' J H. .
Pickett, Lucy, . . .
Phillips, Gamaliel Wilson,
Porter, john L., 41 Ii' 'l"
Rigg, Mark Allison, .
Russell, Fred li., J TJ, .
Siling, Will Lester, III I' J, .
Stenger, William Henry, fl! J H, .
Stubbs, Francis Gurney,10 J H,
Sweeney, Martin joseph, 'P I' J,
Varner, Weldon P., . .
White, Lorell lirastus, 1' .-I If,
Work, Fred Raymond, 1' .4 IJ,
. Gustavus, O.
. . Erie
. . Warren
. West Middlesex
. Maysville, Ky.
. Miller's Station
. Santa Barbara, Cal.
. Sharon, O.
. . Sharon
. . lidinboro
. . Meadville
. . Nleadville
. Chicago, lll.
. . Kane
. Salem, W.Va.
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' kr MEANING deep and solemn lies hidden in the words,
ig is " last year in college' 'I he Past is about to he aban-
doned, the Future entered upon g the history of the one
' 'L:"':x""'A"' is written, that of the other is to he made. 'l'o
the Senior it is a time most momentous. No matter how proudly,
in former Annuals, he may have recounted numherless deedsof valor
equaled only by the heroes of the ancients, now he must contine
himself solely to facts. '1' a y
classmen do not wonder as they see, here and there, a Senior with
hlanched cheek and downcast countenance, muttering to himself :
P. iti dit ' is unknown. Hence the under-
" O, wad some power the giftie gic us
To sec ourscls as ithers see us."
The following is the key to their seemingly unnatural conduct.
'l'he Freshman year of the class of '90 opened very auspiciously.
ln their conflict with the Sophs, a class weak in point of 'numbers
when compared with their own, victory perched upon their banners.
Triumphs came to them singly, for this was the first and, sad to say,
the last which the Old Dame Fortune pe
rmitted them to celebrate.
Were history to have taken fancies for her everlasting companions,
this record might have been different, but in this enlightened age of
the world the patient inquirer discovers that "Truth is stranger
than fiction." The great change was wrought upon them as Sophs.
Call it destiny, call it fatality, or whatever you choose, though to
the college it was naught but the class of ,QI that brought them low.
An eventoccurred so lasting in results as to be felt even at the present.
Merely mention " Tam O'Shanter," and they start back in alarm.
Oft in their dreams a procession is seen marching slowly up the hill
bearing proudly on high an effigy dressed zz Za Sophomore. it enters
the campus and forms in a circle 'round a blazing funeral pyre,
where, umnolested and amid the rejoicing of the assembled multi-
tude, ,9O,S representatives smoke the pipe of peace-mifms Me pzjbu.
No doubt the Sophs were meditating that day, in the seclusion of
their rooms, on the vanity of worldly honors. Thus time passed
on. As editors, all were satisfied, for they had seen their names
in print, even if they were found in the soup at last. But it was
not until Senior dignity sat upon their noble brows that "true
worth " was realized. Having ever held that nothing is surely
gained except by scheming and other like honorable means they re-
solved to have a grand rally. Gigantic schemes were laid to settle
the most important QPJ question of human ambition-the election
of class officers. This " tug of war" Cpardon the Freshman termj
is still going on and will be placed on history's page for coming
generations to ponder over, as the final and crowning effort of '90
to win for herself a name. Alas l they sigh, H What's in a name P"
Soon the last day comes. The meekness and long suffering of these
Seniors is sung, the story told of how they bowed in humble sub-
mission to the inevitable. Then the shades gather. The moon
shines brightly out, and Old 'Bentley stands in silence among her
guard of trees on the hill, disturbed only bythe ghosts of the past.
HIS'FORIAN or '9r.
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Calvnv--Olive Green and Gold.
C7a.v.v W!!-J' Rah! Rah! Yum! Yum! One! Eight! Nine! One! "
President, . . . . C. S. ilmvmr..
Vice-President, . Miss GER'l'RUlJl'2 l'IOUSEHOLlJ.
Treasurer, . .
Secretary, . .
Ladder Orator, f
Historian, . . . .
' GlClSS '
Byers, Henry Booth, 'P ln' 'lf', .
Couse, Howard A., 'll .J H, .
lflchols, Monroe justice, . .
Iihrenfeld, james Gilhert, fl1l'.!, .
Freeman, Charles C., 1' A lf, .
Household, Gertrude Vina, ll' .4 I-I,
Howe, Charles L., W I' J, . .
-lewell, Charles Sherman,
Knox, john Ahmed, . . .
McClelland, .Alvin Gren, 2' .4 lf,
Miller, Edward Everett, 41 A' 'l",
Mount, Carrie Frances, li' li' l',
. . C. I.. Howe.
Miss CARRIE MoUN'1'.
W. E. l'oR'r1-:R.
W. W. YoUNosoN.
. . S. H. Woon.
. H. P. joHNsoN.
. . Espyville
. West Newton
. Oil City
Patterson. llressly C.. 2' .l li. .
Porter, William Erlgzir, fl' lu' 'l"
Ross, Clarence F., fl' J H,
Slavin, bl. Birnic, . .
Warner, Mary, li' A' l', . .
Whitfield, Homer David, 111 J H.
Wisman, john Poe, . . .
Wood, Simpson Horner, . .
Youngson, William Wallace, fb li' 'l",
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y HE Historian of ,QI is again compelled to write a history
Q of " that Hypothetical Thing," the Class of ,91. It is
not an easy task to write a history of a class, but to write
"" ' a history of a thing is indeed difficult. However,
this history will have one merit, its truthfulness. When we left our
paternal farms, three years ago, and entered Allegheny College as
Freshmen, we were green 3 it is needless to add that we are still green
and will graduate no less verdant. When we were Freshrnen we
were green enough to think that we were ahle to contend with the
Class of '90, but they defeated us in every struggle and our first
year at College ended in defeat and disgrace. We left College in
the hope that some of the Third Preps would enter our class in the
fall, and that then we would have some men, hut although many
were prepared to do so, yet none could he found who would dis-
grace themselves by joining our class. Our Sophomore year opened
with a poor outlook, our only num having left the class and joined
'9o. Remembering our defeats during the previous year, we were
naturally backward about trying the mettle of '92. During the
entire year '92 reigned supreme. Once during the year we thought
of a brilliant f?j idea! We would try the ancient act of putting a
Hag on Bentley l But alas, no Sophomore was brave enough to scale
the dome. and so we hired a 'l'hird Prep to do the work for us. 'l'he
Hag only remained on the dome for one brief hour, for a Freshman
took it down. A few days later, with our usual brilliancy, we thought
we would hold a funeral service. liven we ourselves were unable
to tell why we held the service: it was surely not 'oz's funeral, for.
at that very time, they were above in possession of Bentley hall.
Perhaps it was our own funeral. 'l'his foolish act made us the laugh-
ing stock of the entire College. We never again had the courage to
showuourselves, even disgracing ourselves by omitting the customary
" Cremation of Calculus." Our Sophomore year closed with a de-
feat inthe " tug of war." As juniors we have distinguished our-
selves by lack of energy and petty class lights. The College recog-
nizing our lack of enterprize, took from us the publication of 'ITHE
liALDRON, and it is well they did so, for we could never publish
anything, not even an Eye 0pz'm'1'.
We number twenty-one " sons of obscurity," and unless some
members of l92 join us before next fall, the outlook for a Senior class
next year is indeed dark. I-lis'roRmN or '9o.
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C'5Pc1rbr-5 of '99,
C-blor.r- Lavender and Gold.
C7a.v.r W!!-"Yal1! Yah! Voggie! Yah! Yah! Voggiel Wah! Who!
Wah! Who l Ninety-two! Ninety-two ! "
President, . . .
Poet, . .
' Ql2ISS '
Adams, Robert Thompson, .
Black, Frank Willis. 'll .l I-I, .
Brown, Manley G., 41 li' 'l",
Burgess, Alfred Samuel,
Coder. Anna, ln' .4 H, . .
Corey. George Washington, .
Foster, May, . . .
Eagleson, ll. Harold,
Fox, Robert F., . .
Gibson, john Arthur, 1' .4 lf,
Griffen, William B., .Y .-l lf,
. lf. W. Brawx.
lb. H. liAor,r:soN.
. I". H. SISLEY.
A. S. liuuorzss.
. M. O. l3RowN.
. . R. 'l'. ADAMS.
. . G. S. Rfxv.
Miss Hrxkuli-:'r llIl"l"lN.
. North East
Gundy, Fred, 4' .J H, .
johnson, C. I-I., J 7'J, .
johnson, Harry P., fl' l' J, . . Blairsville
Kepler, Maude, ll' ll' I', . . Meadville
Uswalt, B. Frank, . Garrettsville, O.
Metcalf, Ben H., . . Nleztdville
Peffer, C. Alberti, 41 J H, . Covode
Pickett, Will A., J 7' J, . . Meadville
Ray, George S., 4' I' J, Meadville
Reisinger, Paul, fl' l' J, . . Meudville
Shryock, George A., J 7' J, . . Meudville
Simons, Delforest, 1' A lf, Upper Alton, Ill.
Sisley, Frank Harvey, fl' J H.
Talman, Leon, . .
'l'rumper, Fred, 2' .4 lf, .
West, Ferd ll., .
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'L T THE seat of Crawford County, in the State of Pennsyl-
I vania, sat a learned institution, Allegheny by cognomen.
i W-ktliis ancient seat of learning, in the fall of eight and
M' MM' eighty, came some farmers' sons to College.
Came they from the farms and hamlets, from the burgs and busy
cities, came they as a class to College, in the season of tomatoes
and the yellow seed cucumbers. Came they with the last year's
profits on the pumpkin patch and buckwheat. Came they thus to
be a soldier in the "College Cadet Corps." ln the Freshman block
there seated, there a reputation made they, such as ne'er before
class had had, for of kids were they full to overtiowing. Caesar says
that Gaul in three parts was divided, but not so. ln this mossy
aggregation you might find it as a whole. At this time these bril-
liant freaklets, scheming nothing for themselves, put a tiag on top
of Bentley. There they watched it through the night, but they lost
it through the Soph'mores. flfor they loved their sleep full well.j
Wept and sorely they bewailed them of their loss and its conclu-
sion :-" Whipped by Jove! and by the Soph'mores." Such a
thing was never heard of till these freaklets came to College. Thus
their tirst year at the College ended, and disgracefully, for their
brainsi' werealways furtive when on schemes of mischief bent. Hav-
ing no time for their studies, though for sport they had enough,
neither passing in their studies, when vacation came at hand, to
their hamlets then they hie them, to thrash pumpkins and corn-
fodder, till 'twas time to start for College once again. Back again,
vacation o'er, to commence their tolls anew 5 difficulties new await
them. in a form more dreadful still, for a class has come to College,
predestinated soon to he full of life and fire and vigor, the pride of
Board and Faculty. Here the Soph'mores once again show their
originality and extent of cerebellum, by the act recorded here,-
for again a Hag on Bentley is pulled down at their expense. by the
I"reshn1en, '93, I-lad they there a hopeless tussle, in the halls and
stairs of H Ruter." Sore and beaten Came they from itg came they
from that fray and left. Hied they to their boarding houses.
Bandages and mustard plasters put they on their places sore. Came
they not unto the College, 'fore a week had slipped away. Slunk
they then into their classes, fiunked and rarely knew a word. Thus
they got the Profs down on them, and called down were they,
each day. Vanquished thus at every corner, sad and disconsolate,
lead they now a life of quiet. in seclusion do they sit them, ven-
turing not out in the dark. 'I'wo years more have they of suffer-
ing. Nor can they e'er hope for relief from mental strain, till
their brains have oozed from out them, which end is not far ahead.
Future classes, do not harm them. They have had their punish-
ment. If you see them out at night-time, protect them from the
lIlUOI1,S full rays. Have compassion on the weaklings. Pull them
from the briny soup. " l.ive and scheme," was once their motto,
now 'tis "live and live alone." HlS'1'ORlAN or '93.
" We use the hyperbolic figure of speech here.
59011556 of ,951
Cfl7fIU'.l'1 Scarlet and Slate.
C.7a.v.v IW!-"Hzecl Hier! Qui! Qui! Allegheny! Ninety-three l"
President, . . . . C. li. SNYDER.
Vice-President. . Miss Ri4:inf:c'vA lVA'I'SON.
Treasurer, joHN P. 'l'A'1'ic.
Secretary, . Ifnizn. W. ,l3Anc:oc:K.
Orator, . W. S. BARROWS.
lissayist, RIDIE li. CUMMINGS.
Poet, . li. A. Hi-zvnnicvx.
Historian, . . N. M. EAol,i-:soN.
Allen, Sarah l... .
Apple, Hugh l,., fl1l'J,
Babcock, Fred W., J T J,
Barron, Walter George,
Barrows, William G., 41 I' J
ass ' Roll-
Bates, Alfred DI., J 7' J, . Nleadville
Bird, George W., . Wilkesbarre
Catteru, Fred, 'll li' 'l", . . Saegertown
Chesbro, 'Ellis j'., 41 J I-1, . Sheridan, N. Y.
Cotton, Harry A., 41 J H, . Meadville
Cummings, Birdie Evelyn, Geneva
Daniels, Warren S., fll li' 'l", . Mead-ville
Danforth, john L., 'D I' J,
Davis, George S., .
Davis, Virginia, ll' ll' I',
Diffln, Harriet A., .
Dorworth, Hugh C., 2' A la,
Dunn, Anna, . .
Eagleson, Norbert M., .I TJ, .
Edson, julia A., . .
Eighmy, Lee W., 'P li' 'l",
Falconer, Archibald IJ.,
Farrell, Tracy, C., .I 7' J,
Frey, jean M., ln' li' l', .
Graham. May T., . .
Grant, Georgia C.. ll' .4 H.
Harper, Edgar P., .
Harper, Florence, .
Hassler, Anna Belle,
Hatch, P. Luther, 41 li' 'If',
Heydrick, Benjamin A., fl'
Howard, Clara B., li' .4 H,
Hull, Lulu, . . .
Lytle, Edgar F., .
Leffingwell, Wallace C.. ff'
Liebendorfer, Henry l".,
Lord, Robert H., .
Luse, Charles H., .
Mcliride, john Lewis.
Mcliinney, Horace, .
Merchant, Willis j., .
Minniss, George S., L' A I.
jamestown, N. Y.
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. Kinsman, O.
Prattsburg, N. Y.
Nickerson, lilmdr S.. .
Palmer, Frederick, .l 7'.l,
Patchin, Harry R., fl' l'.l, .
Quay, William H.. . .
Rand. Herbert W., 1' .l lf. .
Schofield. Wiliam ll., Il' A' 'l",
Seamans, Arthur li.. . .
Shatto. Charles A.,
Snyder, Byron, 4' ln' 'l",
Starr, David l.., 1' .PI lf, .
'l'ate, john l'., . .
Temple, Laura, . .
Thrasher. Basha li.. A' .-l H.
Watson, R. Belle. A' .4 H.
Whitfield, William H. .
Zinck, Carl j. C., .J TJ..
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of hornets! Willingly. 'l'herefore, rejoive. ye Seniors
l "' ' A of 'o5, like King lluyid, lhutye full not into the hands
of nmu. 'l'o the hest of my knowledge the lfreslnnznn Cluss vznne
upon the eaunpus, September 17, 1889. Where they came from!
-that must forever remain ll mysteryg they simply eume und settled
like ll elond of grusshoppers. 'l'he city I-ligh Sehool gained noto-
riety ut this time hy vontrihuting us many members us Mrs. Rogers
had smull vhildren. Of this numher three hold offiee.
For ai short time the serenity of eollege life wus unhroken. und
grave fears were entertained that no opportunity would he given.
wherehy the 'Freshmen might show to all of what eouruge and
during they were possessed. 'l'heir delight was unhounded when
the Hug, representative of Sophomorie glory, waved o'er Bentley
I--lull. Although the dome of said building was tullowed Ctullow
procured from the illustrious victim of last year's tightj, yet the
gods themselves would have found it impossible to prevent the
Freshmen, tired with enthusiasm, from tearing in shreds the flag
of their enemy. Did the victors then raise their emblem? Ask
Mr. Bird, or any who, on the night following, stole quietly around
Bentley. when '
Not a sound was heard, not a whispered note,
As their course toward Bentley they wcndedg
Nota student but thought of the Hag to Hoat
Olel' the dome when the night was ended.
Bravely they brought it at dead of night,
And no one thought of returningg
But the struggling moonbeanfs misty light
Showed Bird, with anger burning.
No useless drapery enwrappcd his form,
No boots nor hat adorned him:
But he came like a specter of early morn,
With his bed-quilt thrown around him.
l"ew and quick were the words he said,
And he spake not a word of sorrow,
As we took to our heels and quickly sped,
And dreaded the joke on the morrow.
ln this rlass tight the personal encounters were few, the Chapel
stairs being chosen as an advantageous position for their enact-
ment. Greater victories have been beheld in former times, but we
who believe in giving even the Preps their due, must say the lfresh-
men fought as only l'll'6SlllllCll van. and eame off-defeated.
After the above events. hostilities were suspended. The Fresh-
man, becoming accustomed to the Hfatherly supervision" of the
Sophomore, humbly submitted to being beat out of his best girl
and conducted himself in keeping with his lowly position. liver
and anon have heen heard rumors of a mythical fraternity, com-
posed of l"reshmen, which, with due Ceremony, was organized on
the campus under the ocular supervision of the Sophoinores.
The whole undertaking from lirst to last has since proven a failure,
and thus is added another to the rapidly increasing list of '93's
ahortive attempts for greatness. H .Y lf, in the hands of '92, has,
as ever. heen most aetive. Recent events, in which policemen,
students, and revolvers were mingled in dire confusion. warn Fresh-
men that any interference with the rights and .vzlgfllx of that mystic
hand may hring down upon them midnight visitors as upon
Abou Ben Heydrick, may his " feat " increase,
VVho woke one night from a dream of peace,
And saw, within the darkness of his room,
Three figures shrouded in the dusky gloom.
During the tirst year among ns '93 has gained the disgust of
all upper-classmen and the ill will of the Faculty. Ninety-two,
having an eye for her own glory, might advise '93 to continue in
her downward course, hut having a desire for the general welfare
of the College does exhort '93 to return another year cleansed of
her iniquitous propensities, ready and willing to do honor to Alle-
gheny. His'romAN oi-' '92.
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C.7f1.f.v lk!!-" Hzef llzef Regor! Allegheny! Ninety-four Y "
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President .... FRANK H. MURPHY.
Vicze-President, . limirzk li. HIGIJCY.
Treasurer, . . . .l0Sl'1l'H 1-l. 'l'U'r'ri.r:.
Sec-retu ry. . . . Miss GRMW-3 'llRUMl'l'ZR.
Higley. Elmer li., .Y .4 la.
llerlin, William C. K., 41 l' .1 Howe, john K., 60 .I H
lllacrknlarr, Frank H.. 2' rl l' johnson, Maud, li' .4 H.
lirnbach, Alfred T. Kurtz. Rohert M.
Melfate, Lizzie Belle.
McLaughlin, Norman Callendei
Campbell, james XX
Clare, Herbert H.
Conway, Otis E.
l'ritchlow, Harry H.
Davis. Alden O., -'
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Dickey, Clinton M.
Dickson, liva li.
Douds, William S.
Edwards, hlessie, li'
Frishy, lda M.
Gelvin, l.eida M.
Gelvin, Vernice G.
Harshaw, james G
Haskell, Frank. 41 li' W.
Mc-Quiston, jennie B.
Minor, Blanche, ll' .4 I-I
Mowry, Edgar D.
Murphy, Frank H.
Rodkey, S. Elmer.
Ryan, Augustus li.
Smith. Clara B.
Staples, Arthur, W J H.
Townsend, Paul A., J
Tuttle, joseph H.
Virtue, Charles W.
Walker, George E.
Hates. Walter Irving, fb A 'l".
Carew, Clement UI.. 1' .I lf.
clllZlllllJCl'llllII, Ilerman S.
Cowell, George G.
Fox, Vliarles C.
Fox, Howard IJ.
Ilonley, l,eana. A A l.
Ilonley, Margaret M., A' A' l'.
Gage, George N.
Goodwin, Iidwin IJ.
Gorton, Robert Ii.
Hazleton, .l. ID. Wiek.
I-Iolman, Louis A., .Y .I lf.
Holmes, l'larenc'e R.
Howells, lilla, A' .I H.
Kelley, Chauncey R.
Ilunce, Charles I..
Bush, Genevieve, A' A' l'.
Iierickson, Richard Il.
lfrew, William A.
Helmsley, Charles IC.
ilaekson, Frank H.
Kennedy, Alfred C.
Mannett, Flula, A' A' l'.
Kennedy, I"rnnk, fl' .I I-I.
Knox, Luther I..
Iiewis, George M.
Ledebur, Amos I".
I.ord, llert I..
Algtimw, Maude II.
Meljade, William W.
Mead, Prank M.
M nrphy. Anna.
Porter, Robert P.
Porter, Walter G.
Power, George G
Quit-k, William A.
Rirhey, 'l'liomas H.
Sabin, William, 1' .I lf.
Talbot, Iimory H.
Welty, Per I.ee, .I TJ.
Manett. I,lllian, A' A' l'.
Mc'C'lintom'k, I-larry U.
Gffen, George S.
Pavlledjielf, Kosto tl.
Pivkard, Ray If.
Schamveker, -Iohn Al.
Sliadduek. Philip Il.
Smith, Irvin 'I'.
'I'rm1iper, Fred IJ., 1' .I lf.
Wineman, Frederick G. H
, Will, Charles E.
Barrett, Grace E.
Cahoon, Flora H.
johnson. William Lee. J TJ.
Kellogg, Harriet M. E., A' .4 H.
Nesbitt, Charles 'I'., .1 T .I
Whitney, May, li' ll' I'.
. Whitman, Agnes
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Clerk. . H .xkkv A. C0'l"I'0N
Attorney. . Ifkrzmzkrvx l'.u.m:k
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rrows. W. Il.
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Cattcrn, 'I. I".
Cotton. H. A.
Deming. W. C.
I Lgleson, Il. Il
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wovk. I". W.
Ililwsrm, I. A.
Ilriffen. W. II.
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Higley. IC. Ii.
hlcwell. C. S.
-Iolmson, I-I. P.
Dlolmsun. C. H.
Mzlttcrn. Iicl. I..
Morrison. 'l'. NI.
Pivkctt. W. A.
'. Rclsingor, Paul
l'm'tur. -I. I..
l'm't0r, W. Ii.
Ray. Guo. S.
Russell. I". Ii.
SllZllIllllI'li, P. ll
'l'rumpcr. I". IJ
Welty. P. I..
Wismun. tl. P.
Wood, S. H.
Work. I". Ii.
Virtlw, CT. W.
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FOUNDED A, D. 1888.
OBJECT :-" To raise the standard of Allegheny Collegeg to secure
fields for schemingg to insure a large attendance at the
Academy of Mnsicg to extinguish Philo gasg to win lnter-
l'm'Ul.lAR1'r1r:s :-No sessiong freaksg schemesg fratsg linesg gas.
Tmh: or' Mm:'1'lNrs :-Whenever there is nothing else going on.
PRoMlN1sN'l' ALUMNI :-Blinky Morgan, john Smith, .lack Nash.
.lim Blaine, 'l'. De Witt Talmage.
l'RoM1NeN'r 'UNmsRc:R,x1mu,x'i'r:s :--jewell, Barrett, Horner Wood,
Siling, B. Hawk, Morrison, Gageby.
I11 favor of lioyles for hack hire, drawn ill 18511, . . S 5
In favor of Smith X jones. for carpentering. clrawn in 1863, IO
I11 favor of A'fyh1lbZ1'm11, for progralns, drawn ill 1883, . 7
In favor of 1Wr'.1'.1'1'1lg1'1'-D1'1ll111'1'af, for progranls, drawn in 1884, 6
Ill favor of lJela1nater's Bank, for note. drawn in 1885, . 30
In favor of IJelan1ater's Bank. for interest on uhove. clruwn
in 1887, .... . . . I5
In favor of Meflinty, to replete Ileelamation Prize. . . 5
ln favor of YHblnn'-A'rp11N1'r1111, for1liplo1nas. 1h'awn in 1888, 5
In favor of YWAINI1'-A'zy511N1'm11, for programs. drawn ill 1888, IO
In favor of Y9'1'61fm'-A'zyr1fN12'm1, for programs, drawn in 1889, 5
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President. . . . R. W. Ei.i.1o'r'r.
Vice-President, . . . C. C. l'lRl-IEMAN.
Secretary, . W. C. L1-:I-'1-'lxowi-:l.r..
Clerk, . . . . F. H. Siam-lv.
'I'1'eusurcr, . . . . E. D. lVl.owv.v.
Corresponding Secretary, . V. F. DuN1cI.11:.
C. F. Ross.
Critics. . . . H. B. lisl-Y.
ln F. I.. Bumocrx.
. . R. W. Er.r.1o'r'r.
Librarians, . I Ii.. A' COLLINS.
janitor, .... . F. W. .Bl.AcrK.
Sergeant-at-Arms, . . S. S. NIARQUIS.
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Adams, R. T.
Barron, W. G.
llullock, F. I..
Brown, NI. O.
llluck. F. W.
Collins, I". A.
Cousc, l-I. A.
Clicsliro, IC. bl.
C'ritc'l1low. H. II.
Crowtliers. R. V.
Coney 1' W
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llzivis, A. O.
lloucls, W. S.
Elliott, R. W.
Espy, l-I. B.
Fox, R. I".
Freeman. C. C.
Howe. DI. K.
Hawk. F. IS.
Hurpcr, li. ll.
Lytlc. IQ. l"'.
Nlurquis. S. S.
Nlc'llrirln'. -I. I..
Nlczul. I". NI.
Miller. I-I. li.
Patchin, H. R.
Peffer, C. A..
Rodkey, S. IC.
Ross. C. F.
Starr, ll. I..
Stengcr, W. ll.
Stubbs. I". Cl.
Sweenvy. Nl. bl.
Sisley, lf. ll.
'l'ullJot, lu. ll.
Nlclflcrllzilirl, .-X. O. 'l'zLte, DI. ll.
Xlowry, li. ll.
Varuer, W. Il.
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FOUNDED B. c. 3255.
i:1"l' :-"To do up Allegheny: to teuvli the young idea how to
shootg to keep the Clovkg to spout: to rave: to win the
l,l'Il'Ul.iARl'I'lICSZ--lillZil1C'SS1 holding meeting after vliupel to zul-
journg kicking: H011-IJCfI'fOI'lNZlllCCQ visitors.
l'1xlr: oi-' NIm:'i'1No :-When it does not vonfiict with the Y. M. C. A.
0NllNl'1N'l'AI.UAINI :-jeff Davis, George Washington, Mvflinty,
Hunsberger, Billy:Xllstil1, Philip Bender.
noxiixi-:N'1' UNni':iu:nixnUA'i'r:s :-'l'ulnian, Bullock, Mcliricle, Starr,
livhols, Stubbs, Mowry, Miller. IJunforth,Vz1rner, Bruliuvh,
-Fljilols - Slczixjclirgs - Gongrrjilldes-
Commvvcr 'ro Knox IN ALLeaH:Nv's Doon.
Commvr-rss T0 Dawes Al.L:aHe:Nv wrrn VVATERl7l.
Miller. Davis. Vurncr.
Elliott. Putcliiii. Black.
CoMMn'r'rr:: TO Pm:v:N'r ALLEQHENY rnom Ku.i.ma Mn.u:n.
Stubbs. Critclmlow. Mcliriclc.
Harper. livlmls. Brown.
Commirrcc TO Socvm: "DAvY."
COMMITTEE TO COLLFCT CLOTHING ON STAIRWAY.
Marquis. cll'0WlIllCl'S. l.cHingwell.
Stubbs. llullouk. Hawk.
Elliott. Vurncr. Stenger.
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' OHECGTS '
President ,... Miss I.ui'v l'ic'Rr:'r'l'.
Vice-President. . . Miss MM' lVARNl'IR.
Recording Secretary, . Miss MM' WHITNEY.
Corresponding Secretary, . Miss .Ii-:AN FRI-:v.
Treasurer .... Miss Bi:i.i.is Wivrsox.
Critics, - .f Miss Mmm IJoNI.r:v.
i Miss HARRII-2'l"l' Ki:l.r.oon.
f Miss CARRIE I". MOUNT.
Judges, , Miss Gr:R'rRUm: HoUsr:Hol.D.
Sara I.. Allen.
julia A. Edson.
Carrie F. Mount.
Anna Belle Hassler.
. Miss LULU Hum..
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Miss May Whitney.
Miss Harriett Kellogg.
Miss Birdie Cummings
Miss Grace Barrett.
Miss May Graham.
Miss Minnie Byerly.
Miss Anna Murphy.
Miss Basha Thrasher.
Miss Clara Howard.
Miss Vernice Gelvin.
Miss Leida Gelvin.
Miss Eva Bascom.
Miss Belle McFate. .
Miss jean Frey.
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UIijl'2l"l'1-"Tillll2lSi1 the boysg to 2liij0lll'll to Philog to .im Ulllll 1
Allcglicliyg to develop our illfCiiCf'tS1 to .lsonlsi
natives: to have ll rluilice to tzilkg to display IILW KIILSH
Pi-:1'UI.lARl'l'll':s :-Gush: gzillg giggleg greclincssg piano so os .nic
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Victoria, Lydia li. Pilliiilkllllfk
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-lljildrurgy - Socielhy - Sessions - for- lSSQ-Q9-
DATIC. l Al.l.ll2GlllCNY.
Sept. 27. .'l"irst week. No session.
iShort husiness Nl meeting.
iSpeakcr sick. No meeting.
janitor absent. Hall not
Atljournetl for show.
Atljournell for lecture.
Rousing meeting. I3 pres-
Inter-Society with Ossoli.
Atljouruetl lor lecture.
First week. No session.
slllllg untl Mattern ahsent.
Silintf anll lllnttern absent.
Kappa Alpha 'l'heta recep-
Atljournetl to Aearlemy of
No meeting. Philo turned
No meeting. Washingtou's
l birthday loo near.
Short meeting: to vonsizler
'Fight with Philo.
flllceting to levy assessment.
lAll'i0lll'llK'll sim' rll2'. Repu-
i chaterl. Y
VHILU-l+'RANKI.lN. l ossmaii
First week. No session. lNo menihers hack yet.
Splurtzy program to rushlGornl meeting. 3 present.
No quorum. iAzljournecl to Allegheny.
Varner sick. Session impos-+No quorum.
Acljournerl. lloys tiretIf?l. Acljournetl to Philo.
lnter-Society elentioo. Live-i'l'oo colil. No meeting.
Afl'Ulll'IlUll for leeture.
No quorum. ' J
Good meeting. 'l'almau rcntllnleeting. No program.
No meeting. Ministerial As- Atl,ournc4l to play poker.
llruhaoh gave ovation. So-'
lnter-Society with lltiiilll.
Kappa Alpha Theta recep-
tion. lli4ln't atljourn.
Fine meeting. Yarner pres-
Fight with Allegheny.
No meeting. No gas.
No quorum. '
Atljournctl lor year. Yar-
ner gone home.
etinu. DouflsiInter-Society with Allegheny
Speakersivk. No session.
Engageineut with boys.
lnter-Society with Philo.
Kappa Alpha 'l'h1-ta rerep-
Acljournoil to Allegheny.
Gas hill chu-. No meeting.
Oversaw light ol' Allegheny
'l'oo tirell to have session.
Good session. All f5l pres-
Miss Foster present. Arl-
Dissolved hy the Faculty.
-biferarqay Sociefgy Qrizef.
-Alleghany ' Sodcly-
PISIQI: DI-:c'I.MIA'I'IoN PRIZE.
'l'HmII'SoN ESSAY PRIZI-1.
ALUMNI ESSAY PRIZI-1.
CHAU'I'AUQUAN ORATION PRIZI:
POLYHYAINIAN I,Ef'l,AMA'l'l0N PRIZE.
KAI.MIA'I'IIr:AN ESSAY PRIZE.
AI.UsINI ESSAY PRIZI-:.
C I:N'I'IcNA RV OIm'I'I0N PRIZI-1
'QSSOII - SOCIQLY'
ALIIAINI lJI':CI,IIxIA'I'Iox PRIZI-:.
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. IE. NIILLER, . . . President.
, H. .lm-xNsoN. . . Vice-President.
. S. IQAY, . . Secretary.
H. Sisley, . . Treasurer.
1. MILL:-:R, F. W.. Bmcx. G. A. S1-mvocx
G. S. RAY. F. H. SIsr.Ev. 4
ONE H UNIJRICD .mn 'l'WEN'l'Y-FIVE MEMBERS.
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- SocIcIy'c1r7cI-I?IrU'IcrqIILy-Igirpcs -
S Ray, an
II Iuiglimy, s. s.
I Miller, p.
I Rodkey, s. s.
S Marquis, c.
I Nlzitterii. p.
I I'.Iircnfc'Id, s. s.
I Miller. c'.
S Imniels, p.
I Cattcrn, s.
Deming. s. s.
Davis, s. s.
E. IC. Higley, ist Im.
j. Ii. Hood, 2d Im.
W. G. Barrows, gd IJ. '
I". II. Iilzurk, istI1.
C. II. Irluwk. 2d IJ.
NI. il. Sweeney, gd IJ.
!'lll G.fI.il.il.fI llli!.'l'.l .Yl.Yli.
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NIM I'I'.RN. . . L uptuiu.
RAY. . . . Captain.
W. IE. Porter. rx I
'I'. M. Morrison, r I
I'. Pulmer, I. I.
Mimi-zu, . . Captain.
' I-I. R. I'utc'Iiin. 1' I
L. II. hnvder, r.I
I-I. A. Cousc. I.I
NI. -I. Sxvvency, ist Im. H. R I'utc'lili1, r' I
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G. S. Ray. 2d Im. .. ..
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W. G. Barrows. -gd Im. H. I.. Apple, I.I
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Ili-zuslfrzmzuk, . Captain.
I.. W. Iiiglimy. lst Ii. h
I. I.. Porter. 1:1
II. lu. Porter, 2d IJ. M. O. Brown, r.
C. II. Snyder, gd Ii.
lIlil.71-I ml' lllil. 111 .x'l.w4.
Ili-zxiixo, . . Captain
Geo. Shryovk. ist Im. Chas.
I". Ii. Russell, 2d In.
Frauik Gagcby, .gd Im.
l'lll lJ!il.7'.fl 171151:-1 .vf.wc.
limcfk, . . . Captain
W. W. hlolinson, ist Im. I". W
il. W. Campbell, 2d Im. C. F.
Frank Kennedy. 3d Im. H. .X
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Iil..xc'KMARia. . Captain
C. C. Freeman, lst IJ. IJ. F.
H. C. Ilorworth. 2d IJ. W. ,II
bl. IC. Hood, 3d IJ. Ii. IC.
jolinson. r I
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Ross. r. f.
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W, ll. S'1'l-ixulcu, . . . Business Nlumlgur.
Nllllcr G. ll. SllI'yU4'li. l". li. Russell.
V. l'. l"rcLmun. l". ll. llluvkmzul
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Miss Wivrsox, .
H. B. livicizs, .
. . . President,
. . . 'l'1'uasurcr.
'hi Gaiuiuu lk-lla Club, l"ourtccu Nlciubcrs.
Slglllil:XlIJll1l lipsiluu Vlub, 'l'cu Nlcmbers.
Kappa Kappa Ham
ma Club, Five NlCllllJt'l'S.
Delta 'l'au Delta Club, liight Nlciulmcrs.
lta Theta Club, 'Vwelve Members.
hi Kappa Psi Club, Twelve Members.
Razzle-Dazzle Club, Four Members
-EHMEL QPmnuaP Jxlfaxhlio lvleellrgg.
DIAMOND PARK, JUNE 2l, l889.
lCVliN'I'S. XYIXNICR. Rli 4'l! RI
loo yard clash, . li. li. Miller, . TIM sec'
Standing high jump, W. C. Leffingwcll, 4 ft. 2 in
Running high jump, W. C. Leffingwell, 4 ft. 6 in
220 yard clash, . -I. S. Wallace, 26 I-5 sec
Stanclinghroad jump C. il. Carew. . 8 ft. ll in
'Running broad jump. I". H. Sisley. I5 ft. r in
Ball throw, . I-larry Warner, -1-
l-lop, step and jump, Harry Warner, 36 ft
One-quartermilc run .I. S. Wallace. . SQ sec
'l'ug of war, . . Freslmman Class.
High kivk, Harry Warner. 7 ft. 7 in
il. li. CULLUM. Nun A. l"l.oop.
li. j. BODLEY, Referee. R. C. CRow'rHr:Rs, Scorer.
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F. H. Mukvl-lv. . . Secretary.
W. I.. JOHNSON. . -n Cllllflllll-
I". G. S'1'Unns, First Lieutenant.
'l'. C. FARRr:l.l., . . . 'l'reasurcr.
- members -
R. C. Crowtlxcrs. I", H. Murphy. W- If- .IUIUTSU
C. H. johnson. C. N. McClure. In G. htubbs.
W. W. jolmsun, Trzury C. Fgrrcll. Chas. 5ll?ltt0.
I". A. Collins. W. B. Griffcn. l'. II. Bllllfklllllll
G. S. Ray.
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NIM. tl. I". Iilelws, . . . Instrucrtor.
DI. S. IIIISSHN, . . :XSSISIHIII Instruvtor
I. S. Gibson. tl. G. Iihrenfelcl. C. I". Ross.
I.. A. Baldxvin. .-X. O. Nlcflellaml. I"rccI 'I'rumper.
A. I.. Carr. H. NI. Barrett. C. I. Zinck.
H. A. Cousc. IJ. H. Iiagleson. I. Ii. SIzu'in.
I". H. IiIzu'kmzu'r.
W. IC. I'oR'rr:R. . Prcsimlcnt. W. S. IJ.-xxlms. . lfaptun
I-I. A. I'IICYI3RIl'K, Vim--I'1'esicIcl1t. I.. W. IQIGHAIY, I.icl1tcnz1nt
N. NI. I'I.'xr:l.l':soN. Secretary.
W. IC. Porter. C. .l. Zinvk. G. S. Ray. IJ. H. Iiuglcs
W. G. Porter. II. II. Cowell. H. A. Cotton. II. A. Hcydric
R. I'. Porter. I.. W. Iiiglmmy. il. CT. Powers. N. M. Iizxglcs
W. S. Daniels. I"1'ecI 'III'lIIHlJCI'. If. I.. Howe. I". W. Iiubcoc
G. A. Shryock.
-Bos - Qplirgi.
Wood. Varner. Peffer. Staples. Luse. Ross
' IQUQHG ' ' ' '
j. S. Gibson. Barrett. Stubbs. Bullock
Danforth. Bird. Babcock.
'lrjlelleclucal -Supremacy - -
Marquis. Ecbols. llouds.
Elliott. Talmun. Oswalt.
Miller. Davis. Rodkey.
Griffeu. Falconer. Burrows. Simons. Mowry. Shatto
Oswult. Tulniun. Mcliride. Sluviu.
Young Warner. Allzuus. Walter Porter.
' Gollcgcz ' BOFGS '
Great Suoheni, . lichols. liminent Past, . 'Vzu'ner.
Suganiore, . Douds.
- Horne- Rule - for - lrelaujcl'
Mcliinney. Mclfzlte. McQuiston. McClure. Mcllade
M cI,aughlin. Mcliride. Mc:Clellancl. M urpby.
' SCTUZ1' ' l'5r'a1'u'l- '
Hersperger. Reisinger. Liebeudorfer. Ellreufelcl
Schneider. Welty. Berlin. Ziuck. Heiser.
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Second Lieutenant al. F. Iiknlfs, 22d Infantry, li. S. A.
bl. S. Grnsnx, .... Captain.
A. G. Fnixnuxnuuun, First Lieutenant.
C. Ross, . Second Lieutenant.
C. DI. ZINCK, . . . First Sergeant.
H. M. BARRE'1"l', . . . Captain.
A. L. CARR. . First Lieutenant.
L. A. BAr.nwlN, Second Lieutenant.
H. A. Cousin. . Acting First Sergeant.
First Lieutenant H. D. EAGIAQSHN, . Adjutant.
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Miss .ll'lANNE'l"l'E lVlll.l,l'2R, . . President.
YVARREN S. DANlE1.s, . . . Leader.
lVI1.i.1Am1 G. BARRou's. . . Business Manager.
Warren S. Daniels, First Violin. Fred M. Haskell, Flute.
Willis Il. Mervhant, Second Violin. Prof. il. W. Silliman, 'Cello
William G. Barrows. Cornet. Harry R. Patvliiu, Baritone
Miss .Icaunette Miller. Pianist.
-jlllcsjlgcguy - College - Gorxjcl- lgczzgcl-
lVll.l.lAM G. BARRon's, . . . President.
lllflli W. Elomir, . . . Secretary.
HARRY R. l,A'l'l'HlN, . . . Treasurer.
l'll'2NRY B. BYRRS, . . Business Manager.
HARRY B. Esvv ,..... Leader.
William G. Barrows, Solo B-Hat. F. H. Murphy, First 'l'enor.
H. B. Espy, Solo B-flat. Warren Daniels, Second Tenor
l.. W. liighlny, First B-Hat Cornet. S. S. Marquis, First Alto.
G. C. Cowell, Sec. B-Hat Cornet. li. li. Miller. Second Alto.
P. A. Townsend. IC-Hat Cornet. Harry R. Patchin, Baritone.
Paul Reisinger, B-Hat Clarinet. Henry B. Byers, E-fiat Bass.
D. I.. Starr, Side Drum. George Ray, Bass Drum.
Put KARPA Psi f2UARTE'1"l'l-Z.
PHI DELTA THETA QUAR'1'ETTE.
SIGMA ALPHA E1's1r.oN QUARTETTE.
DELTA TAU DELTA QUAR'1'E'f'l'Pl.
PHI GAMMA DELTA QUARTETTE
Pkolf. sl. W. S1I.i.mAN, .
A. G. FRAnENnuRoH, . . Vice
FRANK GAGEIW, . . .
C. B. SNYDICR, . . . .
Prof. Twining. Dr. Montgomery. Prof. Silliman
Gibson. Fradenhurgh. Crowthers.
lihrenfeld. Hersperger. Baldwin.
Snyder. Deming. Gagehy.
I.. A. BALDWIN, . . President.
li. A. I-lrznsvifmorzn, . . Vice-President.
FRANK GAG:-mv, . Secretary.
R. F. Fox, . . . Treasurer.
J. A. KNOX, . Librarian.
A. l.. CARR, .
'J 1 J mm 1
lf L' le MURSON' ' ' - Executive Committee.
C.. H. JOHNSON, . .
QI. G. EHRr:N14'r:1.n, . . N
' FDZUDIDCPS '
j. A. Knox. A. L. Carr. J. G. Ehrenfeld
C. H. johnson. P. C. Patterson. R. F. Fox.
Frank Gagehy. l.. A. llaldwin.
j. H. Montgomery, Ph. D. il. C. Fields, Ph. D.
j. W. Sillimun, C. lu.
came egg,-as Gem.-a.
W. W. YnuNr:suN
C. I". Ross
.INo. A. GIBSON,
ll. A. I'IEVIJRlC'K,
M. O. liumvx, .
H. M. Barrett.
I". A. Collins.
W. C. Deming.
H. I.. Apple.
I". W. lllavk.
M. O. Brown.
C. C. Frecnizin.
W. li. Griffcn.
jno. A. Gibson.
' -l lixevutive Cmnniittce.
R. W. lilliott.
-glcliae - Ellcnjlacrs-
W. C. Pickett.
fla!!-- Cupola, I-I.
C'f1!n1'.v-Grccli and Wliitc.
H alan s,
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I". G. Stubbs.
M. il. Sweeney.
H.. R. Pzltcliin.
H. IJ. Whitliclml.
W. W. Ynnngson.
V ive- Novteprzescs
. . Scrilmu
I ,i bra rin
. . I,ic,:tora
President. ..... C. S. .Ir:wr:l.l..
Vice-Presiclent. . . C. IB. I-IAWK
Rworcling Secretary, . S. H. Woman.
Treasurer, . . . W. W. Youxcssox.
H D Wmlllrrn
lixecutivu SCCl'Cf2lI'y. . . . .
- ouryg - WODQCIQQS'CljFiSHC1lfj'J.ISSOCiClH0lj-
President. .... Enmzx Cl-mslxku
Vice-President. . . . Mm' WHl'rNm'.
Secretary. . . . l,Ul.u li. I-IUl.l,.
Treasurer, . . fHiR'l'RUIH'I IG. HoUsr:Hor.n.
Corresponding Sccrctary. . . H1-:l.r:N CLARK.
'l'w r:x'rv- Fl vue M ml lucas.
'gluclcxyls' - Uxfryfslcrfezl -Jlssociuliory
President, . . W. G. lhlgkox.
Vice-President. H. IJ. WHl'l'l-'llf:l.1m.
Secretary, . . S. li. Romucv.
'l'reusurcr. . . I". G. H. Wlxmmx.
li. I-IMVK. H. IJ. xVHl'l'l"ll'Il.IJ, Al. A. Rmu
C A. Sl-m'r'ro. li. IJ. Mowkv. ,
- C onjz-Lfiiunjrgi -!issoc'ie1ii6ij-
President, . . . I'ION. PEARSON CHURCH, '56
First Vice-President, . MISS ,IOSEPHINI-1 H END!-ZRSON, 'Si
Second Vice-President, . IDR. bl. C. CO'r'l'oN, '55
Recording Secretary, . . li. B. i,H,'KlfI'l"l', .lR., '87
Corresponding Secretary. IDR. .IAMES MON'l'oOMr:Rv, '77 .
'l'reasurcr, ...... Col.. l,1f:wIS VVALKHR, '77
FRANK P. RAY, ESO., '62, I'ION. il. J. H1-:NOr:RSON, '62.
COL. j. B. COMPTON, '61, MISS lim M. 'l'ARm-:r,I., 'So.
MRS. li. A. HMIPSTEAD, 175.
-Ioczm-Goiicngicxlc - Jissocicxliom'
President ,...... VARNER.
Treasurer, . VARNER.
- Pcirylqciizgic-g1ssociexii69 '
President, . . R. C. CROWTHERS, W l' J.
Secretary, . . D. F. SIMONS, .Y A lf.
Treasurer, . . FRANK GAORIW, J T J.
Executive Committee, W' H' S""'N"'3R' W HJ
j. L. POR'r1f:R, dl ln 'l'.
BOARD Ov ctON'1'ROI..
R. C. CROw'1'H1cRS, Ill I' J. FRANK GAORIW, J T J.
j. GIBSON, 41 1' J. F. E. RUSSELL, J TJ.
D. F. SIMONS, .Y A li. bl. T.. POR'i'r:R, dl A' 'lf'.
W. B. G R11-WEN, 21.4 lf. H. M. BARRE'1"1', 41 ln' 'lf'
W. H. S'1'1cNor:R, fll J H. C, A, lien-ER, 111 ,J I-I,
Ebiferarey Society Goqfeofo.
-rfmzidjcxjoy - Sociclky-
! ANDERSON lJl'1Cl,A5lA'I'l0N PRIZE
Awarded to . . . H. M. Barrett
CHAUTAUQUAN ORATION PRIZE
Awarded to . . . Fred Palmer
VOLVHVMNIAN DICCI.AMA'l'ION PRIZE
Awarded to . . Martin j. Sweeney
cr:N'1'mNARv ORATION 1-R121-1
Awarded to Martin j. Sweeney
Qlnlier- ocieliey C5or1lZefl'l.
-Jlllcglqczxjvy ' Jzrsus- Igljllofllqrmnylgllny-
W. C. Deming,
W. W. Youngson,
Pususr-Iso av THE FRATERNITIES.
fl' ft' 'II' fl' I' .I .I 7' .I fl' J H ft' .I H 2' .I If fl' fl' I'
women mf' m'ox'1'Rol..
C. I". Ross, fl' J H. President.
I S. GIBSON, fl1l'J,Sec-1-ctury. C. C. I"Rr:l-MAN, 21.4 IJ, 'I'rez1surc1
I". Ii. Rlrsslcl.l., J 7'J. H. IVI. IiA1:Rr1'l"1'. fl' ln' 'l",
ICIIitur-in-i'I1Icf, . . IND. .-X. UIIISHN, I' .-I lf.
I I . RIISSI'lI.I., J TJ. W. Ii. I'me'1'1-:R,1lI lI"l". C. A. I'l'1l-'1fl':1:,1l'J I-I
l.I 'I'I'ZRARY ICIIITORS.
.l. G. EHR14:N1-'If:1.1n, fl' l' J. C. If. Ross. ffl J I-I.
I". .-X. L'm.l.1Ns, 1' .I lf. M. DI. Sxx'm:xI4:x', fl' I' J.
W. C. Ibmllwu, J 7' J. II. II. IIYI'1RS,1l'fI"f".
CARRIE I". MuUN'l', lf A' l'. Gl+:k'l'R11lm14: IIOUSI'2I'IOI.Il, lu' .I I-I
-The - Gmnjpus-
ISSUED SEMI-MONTHLY DURING THE COLLEGE YEAR.
ENTIRELY CONTROLLED av STUDENTS.
Eclitor-in-Chief, . . . S. S. IVIARQUIS
Miss Carrie Mount. T. M. Morrison.
W. W. Vonngson. .l. S. Gibson.
B. A. Heydrick.
C. F. Ross. F. E. Russell.
I.. A. Baldwin. I.-P. Wisman.
Exchange Editor, F. Gurney Stubbs
Business Manager, . R. C. Crowthers
- - Gcxrgrger - Qcllrzl - Qucxrliirly -
THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FRATERNITY.
PUBLISHED SY PI CHAPTER.
I". C. Howe. W. I.. Siling.
Ed. I.. Mattern.
' to the liberality and untiring zeal of a few men, and no
YI my VERY educational institution owes its life and prosperity
i I college has more reason to be proud of her founders and
""'mx'W patrons than "Old Allegheny."
Beginning her career under the guidance of that worthy Mas-
sachusetts Puritan. john Alden, she has never lacked loyal and
sympathetic friends, and in all that galaxy of names, none shines
forth more brightly than that of Alexander Bradley, the president
of her Board of Trustees, her oldest friend, her greatest benefactor
and her wisest counsellor. .livery department of our college life is
more vigorous and efficient, owing to his energetic efforts in our
behalf and it is with pleasure that we introduce our friend to the
readers ofthe KAi,nRoN.
'l'he life of Alexander Bradley is many-sided and each phase
of it presents a worthy example to the aspiring student in whom he
has shown such a helpful interest. To one standing before Mr.
liradley's palatial residence and extensive grounds in the city of
Pittsburgh, comes a wholesome inspiration as he realizes that the
owner began his career as a poor boy and has gained every dollar
by honest effort. i
Beginning as a common workman, he rapidly rose and acquired
a large fortune from iron manufacturing. Though the foundation
of Mr. Bradley's wealth was laid in the iron industry., much of his
attention is now devoted to conducting the affairs of! the Trades-
men's National Bank, of which he is president and principal owner.
Many incidents are related showing the honorable way in which
Mr. Bradley conducts his business transactions, and of the many
charitable and educational undertakings owing to him a debt of
gratitude, yet out of regard for his extreme sensitiveness and deli-
cacy of feeling we refrain from giving them to the public.
The chicken they serve at the Hall.
Scofield, with a white shirt.
Barrett, promenading with a girl.
Hersperger, at college.
Brubach, with his face clean.
Shryock, to tell the truth.
Hatch, without striped pants.
Welty, with his mouth closed.
Lucy Pickett, with a beau.
Baldwin, to call at the Hall.
Snyder, speaking the United States language.
I -lohuson Bros., at church.
A game of poker at Hulings Hall.
The number of new books, magazines, papers, etc., that have
comef?j into the library this term.
The Senior class.
Ed M.iller's outbreaks of bull-heacledness.
Billy Pickett without a smile.
X .Ioh lot. Spondulicks. Honest Injun.
ff w x
4, N 'l"iddle-faddle. Gee up, Dobhin. Close your
Q M yawp. Button up your mouth. ln the name
M Iyry up N of all the gods at once! Straight as a string
. f X ' ,
gm 3 v ll,
with a hull-dog at each end. l, Phfiehtee.
thay ith ees tho, tthherfhore ith muthh hee
X lll X
. .- ml , ,
X-.- "ll", tho. Now you see, lachols, what a stupid
ass you have made of yourself, don't you? 'l'here are men who
could carry a log-chain of reasoning that you couldn't lift a link
of. Finally. ladies, keep yourselves sweet, pay for your Easter
bonnets, and never fall into a heefsteak love.
Pkolv. 'l'.. to hook-agent, who professes to come
from a certain town in the liast: " So you c--co-
coni-come from X., do you?" Long pause. HW- '
W-wel I, --- myCPQ----theonetowhom l 'lnengaged '-"l.,,.vQ
livesjustacrosstheroadfroniwhereyonsayu- --- --- 5 Y
-- you do." 'l'he K.xi,oRoN extends congratula- I' 7 NN
H Ein lcleiner Mann ist lierr Thonias, i ss!
Ebenso wenig als der Mann in der Bibel,
Wann er zu den Schulern spricht als er oftmals thut, V
Spricht er langsam aber wilzig."--BAHCOCK.
I 1-""je PROF. M., sternly: "The class must
4 ,Q 'X I preserve better order, I won't endure it any
sl 691 longer." Next day: "I hope the class will
please excuse-smile Cone of those curly
" onesj-me for scolding yesterday. l was
cross. l won't do it any more." " Met a
if X li' man down street-won't tell you his name
-and he told me that he knewaplace-
wou't tell you where it is-where I could find a receipt-won't
tell you what it was-for treating a metal-won't tell you what it
is--in a certain way--can't tell you the way-so as to double its
utility and marketable value." l.ogicC?j.
IDR. H.: "Yes, Mr. Barron, always be
a Christian, meek, good-uatured, and dispas-
sionatef' Looks up suddenly, and sees .Q
young man tilting back in his chair. " Will . 1
that young jackauapes, whose amldled pate l
contains less gray matter than the three- x m l
weeks' inhabitant of an incubated egg, man-
ifest good oyster-sense, and remember that this is not a barroom.
As I was saying, Mr. Barron, before that Prep mongrel inter-
rupted me, you will find that work on 'Spiritual and Worldly
Sanctity' in the alcove." Amen.
2 7. 7
ll! Q ,iw ll
New S'1'U1JEN'1', to Prof. E.: "And
where would you lZ1I'7Pl'St' me to board."
Puoif. E.-"At the Hall, by all
N. S.--" Do they live 7i't'fftl1C!'C.H
PROF. E.--'4 Live zwlff Well, I
haven't heard of anybody being sick
N. S.-'f But I don't mean thatg
what l mean is, do you live g'l10If.H
Pkoif. E.--"Why, of course. 'l'hey
ask Grace for everything, and have
prayers, and tell their beads, fxnffa 1'm'1'j
and, if soft enough, their secrets-l don't know how often, and-"
to eat ?"
You don't understand me. llo they get anything
Pkoif. IC., looking vautiously around-" Hunzgzflazl, don't say
anything to the rest of the Faculty, but, if you ever want to see
your mother, look at me and be advised."
l,ROl". I".--"Oh, this is all very elementary! You didn't have
any trouble with it, did you? All you have to do in Prob. 9 is to
solve the double-bar-k-actioned, parallelopipedonical, quadrilateral-
ized, inlinitudinized, Kanuckized, .Iohns-Hopkinizxed. amplitudin-
atimus, and, and then take the semi-polygoned semi-perimeter, and
revolve it 777,ooo times about the apothem of a lunarized expo-
nent, the theoretical value of which is found by the sin. of log.
cot. x into twice the squarifled quotienibus of the supplement, but
the real value can only be determined by truncating the frustum-
ized altitudes of at somersaultic ellipse. It's a very simple matter,
you see. You all understand it, don't you?"
'l'he class looks Solomon-like and keeps mum. Eleven weeks
after, examinations come and half the class fails. Is it any won-
'K " 'l'ell me 1 love the Greek--love is a
Which only coxcombs use to school f X
girls. My very soul v Y
With Attic forms is stirred whene'er wx.,
rhrzzsaznr, fzjilozzx, V
And other contract forms l hear mis-
m l: W
xx if ,
i' Y W N ,I
X X-V '
Nl I I
s Jelled or see
I , . , , Yi X'
ln barb rous Dorlc style. Greek Godi N O
-freak that I um-
C'Aye, 'l'rue-man, so thou urt!'j Q 1 9
Within this bilious head ii
Of mine doth surge Greek roots, 'iiir M" .
steeped well in bitter gall,
And mummied Latin forms enough to crush a Rigg,
Or bend a Bullock's spine."
' ik 'li :li il: " Ho, shades of Greece and Rome !
'F Selection from :A Fall 'l'erm's Dream.
On ye I eallg let me but to-morrow with this
'Feehnic spleen zlzlhofaw' some llunker Knight, a Marquis
If perchance he rfome not booted, spurred and mounted
ln garb Ionirf clad."
ri: :1: rs: ri: :if 4- YK rn :if :if
"And, yet, why am I thus?
I too was once a youth whom youthful feelings moved
'I'o loathe a bookish crank, and hate impatient freaks,
Whose narrow minds Iirm fettcred to antiquity
Strove to subdue and wound my spirit juvenile.
Because, forsooth! less learned than they I stumbled in
My Greek and knew not whether Homer had a mole
Beneath his chin, nor yet if Plato e'er had lost
A molar from his jaw." C'l'urns in his Sllll1llJCl'.J
" But now am I become
'I'hat which I hated mostg forgot my college days,
Wedded to my temper and musty Greeian thoughts
I fain would get within some aneient urn and sleep."
Pieoif. Tu iz- Fr:i.Low-You-Ser:-WITH-MA'r'l'r:kN :
'l'his wee little man 'neath the point of whose nose
A field of black stubble eternally grows,
Who Hits, bohs and blusters before his meek class
And feeds poor Prep. babies on Latin and "sass,"
I-las brains 'neath his bonnet we freely allow,
A head poised and shapely, a classical browg
lint the world will teach him what college can not,
'l'hat the smaller a "Sass-pan" the sooner 'tis hot,
'l'hat Hurry and fret count for naught in life's race,
'I'hat the man who would get there must temper his pace.
A - C'wllr1'b11ln1'.
Przoif. Cnnnoon, Onio, mv' Nnw CAs'ri,i-:, PA., examining class
in Physical Geog.-"'l'he last question will he, how do you like
your teacher? Now please take plenty of time with this as I shall
lay special stress upon it in correcting your papers."
Inference -- -- X-
MISS M., to Prof., Adenfraurghba in Arith. class.-"Mr, Arith-
nleticker, will you please show me how to do this problem?"
PROF. A-a, indignantly, ehalking down a zero on his lJook,-
"Hereafter, Miss M., if you desire to mutilate my proper title,
please address me as the "Warren Aggregation."
Pnor. STEPHEN josevn, in Modern History.--f'Goocl, well
done, Mr. Miller, very good, excellent, most excellent, but will
you give me the author's precise words, on page 105, third line
from bottom, last four words in line--excellent, very good, well
done, quite excellent! And also state whether you agree with Mr.
Mattern or-excellent, very good, excellent, excellent"-to OO.
lioys, let ine think a little, o'er events of college lifeg
Over college pranks and projects, over days of college strife.
'Tis the place, all around here, 'neath these trees so grand and tall,
Fond recollections o'erwheln1 me of days spent in Bentley Hallg
lientley Hall, that from the I-Iill-top, overlooks the busy town,
l,ike a watch-tower of the students daily going up and down.
Many a night with brush and paint-pot ere we lfreshies went to rest,
'l'o decorate those walls and sidewalks, there did we our level best.
Here, as Sophs, we whipt the Freshmen, planted them beneath the
There, our flag gracefully waved from the top of yon high rod.
On Lake George I often pondered over many thoughts sublime,
Wondered what would be my future in the onward course of time.
Its crystal surface formed a mirror in which I could clearly see,
A vision of ecstatic bliss for my livaline and me.
Boys, then I was deep in earnest, for I loved her through those years,
At our partingthere were heartaches, and there was no dearth of tears.
Now and then the past steals o'er me like a half forgotten dream,
Ere I know it, it has vanished as a ripple on life's stream.
I had not been long in college when we met at a church fairg
She stood behind a fancy counter with sweet smiles and golden hair.
Long l lingered, reckless buyer, captive to a dimpled chin,
And when from thc trance I wakcned, I was minus of my " tin."
Nor was this all that befel me, I had lost my Freshman heart,
From that battery of beauty Cupid hurled his fatal dart.
And homc that night l wauderld, Venus, from her throne above,
Lighted up the dingy alley with th' electric light of love. '
But the arrival of a " ship " fills the void a student feels,
And the other boys hang round him, tagging closely at his heels.
In the spring the student sheds his winter robes all worn and toreg
And comes out in bright new store-clothes, never seen orworn before.
In the spring the student's mind from his books iuclines to roveg
ln the spring tl1e student's fancy ligl1tly turns to thoughts of love.
And I said " My darling Ev'line,speak,oh! speak the truth to me,
And believe me when I tell you myheartis throbs are all for thee."
Then she turned, her pale lips trembling 'neath our first and sweet-
And the eyes she upward lifted revealed to n1e a world of blissg
Saying, " Dick, I love, adore thee, but I fear it's all in vain,
For you know when you leave college, you'll not think of me again. "
'l'hen l swore by all that's holy, I would never faithless prove,
Other students may deceive you, naught can quench my burning
Many a morn in bed reclining, faintly heard the school-bell ring,
Yet I heeded not its calling, but dreamed on of Evaline. '
Many an evening on thc canal, did we 'ply the lightsome oar,
Engaged in sweetest converse, as other lovers oft before.
All my studies I neglected, knowing little, caring less,
Substituting for that duty a maiden's smiles, a loved caress.
As the girl is, so 's her fellow: she can sway him up or down ,
She can bring out all his manhood, or convert him to a clown.
She can instill in him lessons that college books do not teach ,
.Inspire in him the highest ambitions a man can ever reach.
Weary dragged my first vacation, though we wrote three times a week,
From her picture and her letters little solace I could seek.
Her greetings on my return to college e'en surpassed my fondest
She still loved me, l adored her, in my heart she reigned supreme.
I braced up and entered college, studied hard at her request,
For sl1e said, and said it wisely, on my success our'fate would rest.
Around my third and junior year the sweetest memories cling,
We built castles in the air, and she wore a diamond ring.
My Senior year had come and gone, and I had honors not a fewg
But even these were all forgot in our long, last adieu.
fl' 4' if ill Pk Pk lk FI' Ill PI' ll' PI' if ik il'
Years have passed, I am growing old, and much of the world 1've
I have an angel for a wife, and her name is-not Evaline.
True to her inconstant sex, she entered society's giddy whirl,
And absence made me fonder grow, fonder of another girl.
Which was to blame, if either was, I am sure youlll never know,
But I was made a wiser man, and she a " college widow."
l-Iowsocler these things will heg a long farewell to Bentley Hallg
Bentley Hall, venerable building, 'niongst the shade trees grand and
'From whose classic halls have proudly gone, and still will go again,
Students trained to light life's hattles, wiser, nobler, hetter men.
May blessings fall on Bentley Hall, with summer's sun or winter's
And on the girls with sunny curls, semhlanee of livaline.-I go.
The hnest growth of the linest down
Adorned his upper lip, O!
The sleekest mustache in upper town
Bearded his upper lip, O!
But the razor sharp gained full sway
Upon his upper lip, O!
And the brindle mustache is Hgoned away"
,From off his upper lip, O!
By Fame, 'tis said, and so 't may he,
As to his upper lip, O!
lt got a fright from T. N. E.,
Did this, his upper lip, Ol
The poor mustache came to a halt
Upon his upper lip, O!
No longer graces poor Oswalt,
Upon his upper lip, Ol
Sgniogrcqr-95351 of ,QGUQ lQal9clron 55007-fvl..
T IS ever a difficult task to write a just, unprejudiced history
i of any man. The task is increasingly lahorious as the wri-
ter is nearer his subject in point of time. No one can form
a true estimation of his coteniporaries. This discouraging fact
presents itself in the very exordium of our work. Vet 'not in this
alone do we meet with adversity. lt is one of the smaller giants
of discouragement hesetting our wayg one of the narrower chasms
which we must leap. The gloomy prospect dampening our ardor
is that we, who lind pleasure only in relating the virtues of others,
must speak of those whose disgraceful acts, whose evil deeds,
whose pride, whose egotism, lie far heyond the outermost limits of
human conception. For, if on this lowly footstool, smiled upon
in the dim distance hy the hosts of celestial worlds, there ever ex-
isted a hand of mortals, who, impelled hy an innate passion,
reared on high a golden throne, its hase resting on this lowly
sphere, its regal height towering among the celestial watchlires of
the heavenly dome, seated upon its lofty pinnacle a tinsel god,
crowned him with the laurel of fame, and with a mighty clangor
and uproar duhhed him 'tJi'gr1," that hand of terrestrial heings is
the class of '90, From out this class, so padded with the air-hags
of egotism as to harely touch the rest of the world, were chosen
ten, the exponent of its hrag and hravado. Of them we are asked
to write. 0, Muse of History, we beseech thee, aid ns! From
our pen let flow the truth, whether it prove liquid lire or soothing-
syrup to the tender nerves of '9o's Board l
BA R R l'I'l"l'.
When this being shuflied on the mortal coil is not known, but
certain it is his appearance
" Gave the infant world u terrible shog,
'Maist ruined a'." Q
lf in 'oo's KAl,oRoN a jokeC?j be found which at the touch
rattles as a dry chestnut, it is his. The world, however, could
endure this aliiiction. But when a man having promised before
the KAI,nRoN Board, on his good word and honor, that nothing
shall enter its pages which has not been passed upon by all, and
then sneaks in an " lnter-Collegiate Oratorical Contest," he proves
to the world his "good word and honor" are not inlinite. A
downward path lies before him.. We beg not to be compelled to
speak of the future of such a man. We wish not to draw the veil.
'l'hose desiring to glance upon a mournful scene may look behind
the curtain. The dismal sight would stun our senses.
J. I.. l'oR'rr:R.
Forgive us ifwe utter not all the truth. Our pen shrinks from
noting all. 'l'his gentleman stands high in public esteem, but in-
quire no further. The business tif that honorable term may be
applied to the transactions of '9o's KALIJRON Boardj rested in this
gentleman's hands. Day by day the truth is coming to light.
Where is the 25250 that cannot be found? Our Business Commit-
tee frequently receives the following: " Excuse us. Your z'7M1111o1l.v
Board f'l'he italicized word is our owng the original isftoo forciblej
of last year did not return our plates, nor have we yet received a
copy of the KAl.nRoN." 'l'he mention of KAl,nRoN at any-office
in the city deluges us with bills. lt is difficultat times to impress
the fact that '9o's liALoRoN Board and "'We" are different insti-
tutions. Reforms are possible, but the tide must soon strike the
subject of this sketch, or he will drift away into the boundless
realms of irrevocable repudiation.
We estimate by comparison. Hence the difliculty of judging
this mortal. He is perfectly unique. We can, however, state that
his business tactics were similar to those of Mr. Porter. We desire
to be lenient, but rumor and fact so nearly coincide at this point,
that we cannot refrain, lt is affirmed, and can be proven on good
authority, that this gentleman and KAI.oRoN property, to the extent
of three bustles, two pairs of overalls, and a hair curle'r Cexchange
for advertisingj, disappeared cotemporaneously, sometime last
spring. No liquidation has since been made. 'l'he creditors must
suffer. We draw no conclusion. The case is past redemption.
lt is a pleasure to pass on to
JAMES lc. Hoon.
The eleventh of December, 1867, was a gloomy day for the
world. On that morn light lirst cast an image on bl. IC. Hood's
retina. Brief mention has been made of 'oo's egotism. Before us
lies the summit of self-glorilication, the peak of self-esteem. the
climax of egotism. liverything, from the highest feather in his
cap to the lowest nail in his boot-heel, is a symbolical " l." Mr.
Hood's future lies in doubt. There is hope for him, if he ever
discovers the helmsman of the universe is another being than
J. s. GIBSON.
When a man is found who holds the political wires controlling
the fate of a nation, a state. or a college. it is policy to pass him
by without notice. Hence this centrum of our cogitations has es-
caped elose scrutiny. It is truth alone which peppers our words,
when we say he will stoop to anything for the sake of a scheme.
The gentle goddesses of Truth and Veracity suffer terribly at his
hands, are subservient to the "necessity of the circumstances."
An editor-in-chief of the Eyc-0pc'm'r, a class-flunker, a chapel-
skipper, one of the would-be gods of '90 plays a poor card for fu-
ture success, except as a ward-boss politician or a Tom Reed par-
A. G. FRAnr:NnURoH.
This is reported by Dame Rumor, to have been an active bus-
iness man on the Board. If this be true, his character is forever
doomed. He is so completely absorbed by the infatuations of the
fairer sex, that his characteristics are rather negative than positive
at the present time. There is difficulty in judging his merits-no
criterion by wl1ich to judge. He is a vicious llunker. Works the
V. M. C. A. racket on the old. gentleman for opera tickets. Has
of late been gaining a great reputation in a professional line-by
tutoring the arithmetic class. Zeros, plus or minus, do not alter
the account. '
R. c. euow'rHERs.
This name appears in the list of editors and his phiz adornsC?j
the editorial groupg otherwise it would be impossible to detect his
position. lt was for a time a source of wonderment where '9o's
KALIIJRONS had disappeared. The ever-alert KAl.oRoN reporter
has solved the mystery. It has been ascertained that every man,
woman and child within ten miles of Woods' Run is in posession
of a copy of '9o's KALIJRON, with " R. Coulter 'Crowthers"
stamped on the ily-leaf and the same name underscored in the
t' Board of Editors." Mr. Crowthers is a steadfast church mem-
ber, but does not appreciate the truth of '
" A thousand times I rather would be
An atheist clean,
Than under Gospel's colors hid be,
just for a screen."
lt is said he will graduate this year. No one can guess how
or why the Faculty lets him through. Yet we remember it is diffi-
cult to fathom all motives.
rin. I.. NlA'l"l'l'IRN.
" lf the universal affirmative be true, the truth of the particu-
lar affirmative must also follow."
The above will not hold for a heterogeneous mass, else our
difhculty here would be eliminated. The Siling-Mattern combine
idiosyncrasies are clear and delinite. But the individual attributes
are unattainable. " We " and "our library " constitute a large
part of the universe. When
wedlock,all will watch with interest each pull the lever. throw open
the throttle and start out singly on the diverging tracks of life's
cruel time shall sever the bond of
if. cz nkixv.
Here, 5.-l.gL1ll1,'QO,S character shows itself. One of the Great
l Ams Caccidentally omitted from the club roll in 'Qo's lQAI.DRONJ.
The sweet songster, whose melodious, resonant voice set the echoes
vibrating from chapel dome and column. Too smart a man for
here that his talents may be appreciated.
f the most faithful members of l1er
The K xl.nRoN suffered nothing from
Allegheny. Gone elsew
Ninety through him lost one o
"mutual admiration society." 'i
him except his portrait. A Camp Ayer tough, a Sunday ministerg
the world should guard its acceptance carefully.
w. o. HEISER.
The history T - if
4' We find ourselves unequal tothe task of writing this sketch.
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The last night in October in '89
Was a mystic occasion in plan and design.
Not one of the brethren was permitted to hear
Of the doings at Hulings that evening made dreur. V -
By the point-blank refusal of every fair maid
'l'o each invitation tl1e poor fellows gave.
Each window and door was bolted and barred
'Gainst all intrusion. Does it seem very hard
That not even a keyhole or crack in the blinds
Would reveal what transpired to those mystilied minds?
If perchance there had been Cwhich of course there was notj
A Hawk or a Bird perched up on the top
Of some transom or window, he would, I believe,
Have been simply unable in that throng to perceive
One single familiar expression of face,
Or tone of the voice or movement of Grace.
There were dandies from England and ladies from Greece,
Clowns, demons and ghosts disturbing the peace.
And not all the guests were at lirst to be seeng
Some were indeed, mere infants, l ween,
For they found concealment in the tiniest cakes,
Which the queen of the kitchen at Hulings e'er bakes.
ln the course of the evening, fortunes were told,
Which would make sad the heart of a bold.
Valiant suitor of some fair damsel's hand.
And before the time came for the guests to disband,
Many other things happened. forbidden by fate.
For even the Ghost of the Tower to relate.
l3ARRr:'1"l'. in Senior prayer-meeting: Brethren and friends,
l desire that you all pray for me, that I may l'Clll8.lllflll'fhfllf until I
have gained that ht'tI?'l'lllI' jrrfzr, for l sincerely hope that that mys-
terious, inexplainable.ww11'fhl'11g which I now feel, will lead me ever
onwards and upwards and lidwardsf' Cl,afr.r11.r !l'21g1m'.j Leader
Hawk chimes in : "Out of the abundance ofthe heart the mouth
MAY 15.-Bets running 5oo to 1 that '9o's KALDRON will not
materialize. zo.-"jones, keep off the grass." 25.--Goose
Heaven reception given in parlors of State St. Church in honlor
of the Ornithological Club of Allegheny College. KALDRON
Bus. Corn. bzzrflc around.
.a "N ' V i JUNE I2.-BOYS in camp.
IW - Brubach on guard. 14.-Col-
W ni 9' lege work dead. Camp Ayer
vi "., , il f kill i f- heard from. Murphy, Bradley
I . and Proper in guard-house. Gib-
i7iTi'-f" son, DI. S., and 'Fradenhurgh break
in -, u f l,-f,'4LvA259iI'iiL guard and lish from 1 to 6 p. m.3
,ffj V no, catch. Hamilton and Nash
-' jf xgf fi' ff., 'By buy new hat bands in Evanshurg.
iq.--Hairvut. Shave. Millerin
guard-house for criminal offense.
18.-Break camp. 21.-College. Krxl.nkoN. lflxaniiningcommit-
tee of one on deck. .luvenal class ride through at full speed on
their imported horses. 23.-Field day. lnter-Society-sponting-
contest. Philo on top. Book agents nowhere. "Scopes and
views" booming. Big fortunes ahead. 26.-Class day. Who
said the annual oration was Paym'-fill? 27.--COllll'llCllC6ll16llt.
Last breeze from departing Seniors. "Good-bye, Old Barney,
i .lUl.Y.--'ifjlltl hy one they'regathering home." Scope agents.
Sr:v'1'mlm:R 17.--Termhegins. New Profs. "Davy" in his
old place. "Glad to see you back." 24.-FlClKiS arrives on foot
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from johns Hopkins. 25.--Monty gone fishing. " No chemistry
Ocvronrzk 4.-Elections. 5.-Senior election. 6.-junior
election. 7.-SClll0l' election. 8.--Senior election. o.-junior
tion. junior election. Sen- 1 ,
. . . Arr, "QYyfKii5'3g .LT .f 1'
lor ClCCl2lOll. lr.- Innior 54, :rg Q ,g.,,A,, 5 4 ' .K -4 ..
election. Senior election. H-,i 'g,z, "" ., 'Y "'?iijEw. l
. ' -' 'ft' "-'J A is i
fl-lere the elections became , .jf,'L"l2'?gik- -' n
, .,- ,. ,Ig , tt. -1 - i, V U . ,
so nnmerons that no further '15-lgt tiiifl'-N ,'
H ir- 'JY f4"-" -if: l
record wus zreservecl. llie f KW -ffffftf' 1
board nnprovingut llnlings. Q -4 ,Qi ' X .wgjggy
Novi-:Annex 13.-H .Y lf ,I N Q 'X' -
. . . . . ji' , L 5 ff-4 r
excursion unml nntmtion. 14. ,rife xjyjj- '11 :fr
ffl . ff J .
--'9o's Kixrnuoxs at only .
-'Pm 555- if N. i 1,1-i '
82.00 at dozen and won't go ,Lg -1 ' 1
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zlttliut. r5.--Allegl1eny,aul- "'zL,,- " ' J"'."X X' I , 1? '
. . . N "1 fin?
jonrneml ugann tor prayer- l'
mcctingC?j. 16.-Double-header Senior class meeting. 17.-
Andrews ofthe 'l'ribune Pub. Co. called on Dr. Wheeler and pre-
sented a hill of E250 against '9o's KAl.nRoN Board. Davy says 'tis
sad, hut owing to the irresponsible character of the Board. the hill
cannot he collected. zo.--Fields at Chapel on time. 3i.-l'faunt-
leroy-HalIowe'en-dress-parade-only-ladies-admitted party, at Hul-
ings Hall. Oswalt to 'Cochranton again. 26.-l'rof. Monty proves
'l'alnian to he a spiritualist. 28.-Allegheny adjourns to see the
Philo inter-society orator elected. 29.--lJl'. Bixby, of England,
speaks in Chapel. Philo adjouruedf?j for A' A H reception.
D1-zcfmlnl-:R Io.-Cram ! Cram ! ! Cram ll! New Profs in ex-
anis beat the clams. IS.-4cJl'ZJ.tlOIl in Philo on Mcflinty hy Black.
23.-Dr. Haninett tries the catapult act on Scofield.
JANUARY 24.-Bishop Vincent in Chapel.
FEURUARV 3.-Pan-collegiate-grub-stow-away contest. Var-
ner umpire. 5. MW!
-Hulings Hall 4 ll'
. . . . . 'N Fx ix
cracker contest. fm, A' Z if Nix IX
Black lirstprize- 41 .731 X 15
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nian. 7.-lVlur- 455-ME-xx
der trial in Phi--s-,---' -""" ' i'
lo. Moot Con- X
gress in Alle- X N
ghelny. Negro - --DA -f--1 f i-,
question settled 4- 'tiksillxlwx Y
forever. 2o.- . . N
Soudan self-supporting missionaries. 25.--l,l'0l:. 'l'wining.leax'es
for Boston. 24.-Barrows joins the Ministerial Association. 28.-
Russel H. Conwell in Chapel. .
MARUH 3.-KA1,nkoN hoard finally elected. ii.-Great
slaughter of niustaches among the Freshmen. 15.-Sophon1ore-
family-Bible demonstration in Chapel. Griffen and Simons unable
to locate the Psalms. 23.-flfdlit day at the Hall. Miss Foster's
poodle arrives. Varner acts as god-
- fm. ,
father at the christening. Monty 1'
alarmed about the l4AI.DRON board. QI 'Ur I Q X
"Afraid the KALDRON will be too i ul 1 l ltyikix X'
spicy." 27.-Air blue and sulphur X A '
fumes escaping from the new Profs' i X ,
rooms. Reform in examination! l an - -wi xg:-
Avkll. 5.-College booming. l fffzf-ici --" SQ
One new student enrolled. 6.-Great scheme unearthed by the
f'l'he above records will never be finished, since a member of
the facility looked so coldly upon the KAI.nRoN historian that his
body was immediately encased in a solid block of ice. Vet he was
faithful to the last and was found with note-book and pencil in his
frozen handsj '
Faom an old issue of the College paper: fflvlessrs. Chas. New-
kirk, Eddie Hersperger, Harry Dunn and johnnie l-Iamnett have
entered the Preparatory School. We welcome these young men
and hope we will he able to keep them among us." fWe rise to
remark that the College has done so.-KAI.nRoN man.j
Qrof. Eroemorfo Gfctoo Q9eguPcilioQ:+5.
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X X li, Professor DI. S. 'l'rueman and myself, in order to pre-
B U vent students from ohtainingjustcreditfor their work,
to manipulate College for our fossilized ideas, to se-
cure for me and myself the detestation of all fair-minded students.
do ordain and establish these rules and regulations for the govern-
ment of our Greek and Latin classes. '
ART. I.-Sec. 1. No student shall receive credit for studies
pursued under me, who shall not wade back through the slush of
prehistoric phonetics and trace up the derivation of every word
from the gihberish of man-preceding, inarticulating monkeys and
baboons. Students are also required to reproduce all forms of in-
llection not extant. commencinginvestigations with the Eozoic era.
'l'he Faculty, not possessing the facilities for transporting my
classes to the libraries of Rome and Constantinople for the pur-
pose of studying the original MSS., lectures upon them will he
given by mefl'
Sec. 2. All students are required to attend Saturday after-
noon, special, select, instructive drills on grammatical capillary
rivings conducted by mef'
i ART. II.--Sec. I. Credit for daily recitations shall be given
as follows : ln my Greek classes every student rendering a satis-
factory translation of three lines, and responding in a fitting ca-
dence to one thousand, eight hundred and eighty-seven interroga-
tories, in strict conformity with Liddell Sz Scott's Unabridged
Greek Lexicon, Goodwin's Moods and- 'l'enses, and Goodwin's
Greek Grammar, with marginal emendations by myself, Prof. j. S.
"' Prof. J. S. Trueman.
'l'rueman Cl have placed editions of these works in the library for
general referencejg or in my Latin classes. every studentwho shall
translate to suit my cynical taste two lines of the text and respond
to one thousand, nine hundred and eighty-three grammatical quiz-
zes in exact parallelism with the latest revised edition of mv Cno
other authority recognizedj, shall receive one black mark in my
Sec. 2. Any student who during the term shall have received
twenty-live of the before-described plumbago lines, shall 'obtain a
rebate of one upon his requisite "passing" percentage in examina-
Sec. 3. No student shall however in any case be allowed a
total rebate of more than two.
ART. Ill. Sec. I. The following discredits shall accrue form
students : Any student who, at any daily 7lI!'J'L'ljl 711t'L'fl.Ilg'l', shall not
anglicize to suit my dyspeptic and cynical taste the three lines of
text or does not instantaneously furnish perfect responses for my
technical, dialectical, syntactical, grammatical catechism, shall re-
ceive an elliptical curve, with major axis vertical, upon my little
Sec. 2. At the close of the term for every such elliptical curve
H millstoned " to his name, a student shall suffer a deduction of one
from his examination percentage.
Sec 3. No student shall, however, receive more than one hun-
dred and nine and one-half such deductions from his percentage
gained in the " lire and water " ordeal of examination.
ART. IV. Excessive cramming for examinations is required.
In the enlightened present, honest, continued effort stands for
'li This is an example of the Greek " Dative of Disadvantagef'
TThe figure is not imaginative.
naught. Professional flunkers and examination day free-traders
stride the peak.
All are recommended to restrict every cardiacal affection, dry
up all fountains of human feeling and wither away into an ossilied.
petrified being, the tender juices of whose nature have dried up,
whose physical matter, hlood and muscle, has heen replaced hy the
percolating, crystallizing Greek and lratin roots and intlecrions.
Jtczlxvice To Qrof. Eaorqae.
'I'ell me not in French and German.
Married life is what it seems,
For l've looked hehind the curtain
And l've walked anion f the scenes.
l.ife is real, life is earnest,
And a wife is not its goal.
"Seek a wife and seek in earnest."
ls advice Fit for a fool.
Wives of great men all remind us.
We should choose our wives with care, -
Or departing, leave hehind us,
Half our natural crop of hair.
l,et us then he up and doing,
Seek distinction here on earth,
Be a Prof in Greek and Latin,
Though no children grace our hearth.
'The 'Dead Gamest ' Senior Class that has graduated in years."
-D. H. W.
" Won't mamma he glad to see her boy graduate P "
" l would fain hie me awa to mv father's cornlieldf'
" What will "l'onnny' do next year? " '
" What an awful task it is to run the college."
" How I would love to display my heautiful form in tights! "
"l thank God that l ani not as other men are."
" Me and Matthew Stanley Quay."
" What a shame that so useful a metal and so useless a lady-tagger
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should have the same name. .lNl'K.
"Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof."
" l sup upon myself and so shall starve with feedi
" lt's a great thing to kill a man."
-C ix'r'rr: RN.
"Quick wits are more quick to enter speedily than to pierce far.
like sharp tools. whose edges are soon turned."
-BAR R r:'r'r.
" I must to the barbers, for methinks' I am marvelous hairy about
the face." -Sl-1A'r'ro.
" Learn to hold thy tongueg five words cost Zacharias forty weeks
"There is no disgrace in being old." ' 1
-Mrssas GRANT, BYERLEY AND THRASHER.
"ML B --- swore to me an eternal love: Eternity has lasted
but one Semester." --Miss WHITNEY.
"We are poor plants, buoyed up by the air vessels of our own
conceit." . --SEN1oRs.
"Ah, cruel heaven, that made no cure for love! "
" Man, can"t you stand still P "
"Pause, heedless youth, that maiden doth prepare
To light a cigarette upon thy auburn hair."
" I'm struck on my shapeg I'm from Tidioute, I am."
"Not Hercules could have knocked out his brains, for he had
v none." -DICE.
" She is old, but she has love in her eye."
H I'm but a poor farmer." v
" I have gone through College on the reputation of my brother."
t l t
The midnight hour was coming fast,
As through the Meadville streets there passed,
Six youths who soon would make renown.
Hy waking up that staid old town.
The weary cops were sleeping sound,
Not one upon his heat was found,
But soon upon their ears there fell
The tones of a most awful yell.
ln devilish glee they sped away.
Well knowing the sound of 4' Alleghe l"
And ehuekling at what sport 'twould he
From those wild lads to get a fee.
Un walked the youths. serene and gay,
,, . , . .
la en to the hill-boards hind which lav
The angered cops. And very soon
The students sang a different tune.
Down toward the cooler lnarehed the six,
Thinking in what a deuced Hx
They'd gotten themselvesg and then began
'l'o think of some propitious plan
By which their captors could he made
To give release. But all they said
Was " Vat you tinks of 'Alleghe' now? "
And not a bribe would the cops allow.
And then they went to old 'Squire Penta,
Who surely, they thought, would have the sense
'l'o set them free. Successful trip. .
'l'hen angry to their homes they skip.
But the worst of this sad tale occurred.
When. two days later, the six all heard
'l'hat three ninety-seven was the line
Which they must pay or in prison pine.
Now. students, beware and, never give vent
'l'o any enthusiasm, though 'tis well meant.
For three ninety-seven is the certain reward
Of that lnckless Wight whose voice shall he heard
ln giving the tones of our College yell.
So, curh down your spirits, guard yourselves well.
Stay at home in the eveniilgg go not out hy day,
Or you will have the Old Nick to pay.
Srzxlok class prayer-meeting, just previous to ,election No. 2.
Pious Miss, fervently: "Oh, Lord! Give us strength to defeat the
schemes of the wily enemy: and, if we should do anything wrong.
do thou forgive us."
Nlemher of opposite faction, underhfis hreath: "Good Devil I
'Fake the l.ord again upon the mount, till we get this ticket
As the world in its ecliptic,
Moved through space in orb elliptic' g
When cycled time with brow sedate,
Forged the links for chains of fate,
Forever fixed when once they bind,
Forming a fetter, which the mind
Of man, forsooth, or human will.
Pro or con can not avail :
ln moons that lately passed away,
A word was heard from Canada.
The Stilwell failed its common yields
And left us grazing parched lfields.
Take a seat in Analytics,
View the sight and then turn critics.
With thought-curved brow sits Texan
And at his left the down-lipped Fox.
Russell's guying poor Talman,
Erasing hoard is Morrison.
lThesbro's digesting Hulings' hash.
lie l'.'s pulling his mustache.
While deep-minded Patterson
ls calculating .r plus one:
While Falconer and Slavin too
Are busy o'er a short " review5"
When time into the past has Hung
'l'en minutes since the bell has rungg
The lock clicks and the portal yields,
And steps within the chin-capped Fields.
just as mist at dawn of day,
So disorder glides away.
The whiskers part, the result is :--
" Wall, what are your d1jivul1fz'c.v?"
Each sets to, with furtive look,
Glancing o'er his well-wornQ?j book.
Five minutes past in leafy bustle,
The spell is broken by Russell 1-
" Professor. the great obstacle
Over which l always fall .
l:Russell's working hard of late.j
ls the work's so intricate."
Morrison gives speedy aid,
To the move by Russell made,
States he's taken careful study,
Still his thoughts are rather muddy:
If Analytics griped us thus,
What would we do with Calculus?
Then, by the way, Russell puts in,
"When do we on tha! fiend begin?'
Professor, thumbing his book o'er,
Says we're in need of much, much more
Time, at least in Soph'more year,
For our mathematics here. -
Talman whispers his opinion,
That they have their due dominion.
Slavin's sorrow finds its vent,
Through the scanty time he's spent,
Says full four years have cut their way,
Since he studied algebra.
Professor, while we sympathize,
Advises him to modernize.
And thus the tide moves slowly on
Until the time for work is gone, V
And Chapel bell gives us warning
For devotion of the morning.
"Take to section sixty-one,
Reviewing what to-day's begun,"
Is the parting admonition, '
To the serfs of his tuition.
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l'll+2'l'A Cl-lAl"l'ER. Founded by Reubenfcinjstein.
flloffn--H Music hath charms to scare a savage.
Split a rock, or bust a cabbage."
Fl't7fl'1'1l!'fj' Organ-"'l'l1e Bazoof' Sedalia, Mo.
' lr, - Eozfcullcrle-
-laisligguisljeal - gllunjqi-
Prof. dIXxoZV. Herr Wagner. Freddie B. Nicolini.
The Sehubcrts. Baldwin. Sabin.
Blind 'l'on1. Mendelssohn. -lim Kightlinger.
Miller Bros. C0l1llllCl'Cllll Orc'hestra.N
Boston Conservatory of Music. Buffalo School of Voice Culture
Meadville Conservatory of Music. -
linabe Fianoforte Manufactory, Baltimore Md.
. M. li. Church Choir. Corry Boiler Works.
Pandemoniuni Music Hall, Cineinnati, Ohio.
Anyone desiring inelubersliip must be able to discourse readily on fl Chi
nest: liddle, and read Hebrew music at sight. None others need apply.
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Wlfzflfz-" To he a good sailor, one must know the ropes."
f1l'tZfI'l'1l!'fj' f21'lQ'tIlI-U Police Gazette."
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' DlSlllJSLllSi'j2d ' -
lix-Mayor Bemis. Cal. Brice. Senator Payne.
Chief-of-Police Hanaway. Councilman Pratt.
judge Church. U. H. Hollister. "Gov," Delamater.
Commissioners Marley and Bailey.
Syracuse Ielenlp Rope M'f'y. Pittsburgh Cotton Rope M'f'y.
New York School of Theology. New Castle Wire anal Nail Works.
Chicago Barh Wire Co. Sing Sing.
The Western Reserve. U. S. Navy Yards. Annapolis, Mil.
Pennsylvania School of Reform. Morganza. Pa.
Persons seeking nienilnership had lmeller bury their consciences 5 must lit
able to handle ropes of every description, manipulate wires smooth and
barbed, :aux gloves, and not show any sears. None others need apply.
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flhifu-" lt's English you know."
F1':zle1'lzz'!y 07'g'6ZlZ-H Demorest's Magazine."
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-laislirjguisljecl - Zllunjrpi-
Col. l.cwis Walker. Gageby. Frank Sliryoc-k.
l'Ix-President Artliur. Archie johnson. G. S. W. Phillips.
Patsy Sheehan. Chauncey Nl. llepew. " Yaczkolf' Reefer.
- Win. Walter Phelps. llr. C. li. Hall.
'Gl'jC1PlCF- Roll- f A
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l,l'lIlN,'CUlIl. limlinlioro Normal .Xcaclcmie llc Paris.
Newiiluclenls, who eonleinplule entering sziirl frznlurnily, nnnsl presenl ll
reggularly-cerlilied-to pedigree, lie able lo engage in lllu "many " and we
dress suit. None others need apply.
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P1-:NN'.x lJl'1l,'I'A t'Hrxi-'i'i:n. Ifonnded b ohn Wesle .
rllufln--" Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to
dwell together in unity."
F7'a!crn1'ly Organ-" Pittsburgh Christian Advocate."
- lxj - Eucullrzilvi f
' iQlSlll',gl-lished ' '
Black. Henry Ward Beecher. Rev. Marshall.
Frank Fiske. lrynian Abbott. ID. IJ. Dr. Flood.
Rev. Hayes. Father Dunn. lien Hogan.
llrew 'l'heol. Seminary. Mt. llnion. Allegheny.
Wesleyan College. tlil City High School. Trinity.
Mt. St. lVlary's. Yale. Antioch.
Unitarian 'l'heologieal School, Meatlville.
New lnen expecting u bid from the above Order, should bring with them
letters of reeonnnendation from the home pastor, honorable discharge from the
Sunday school superintendent, and several pairs of trousers, well J: d 1 '
knee. None others need apply. '
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l,ENN'A OMEGA CHAP'1'r:R. 'Founded by Horace Greeley.
fW0z'!a--"Anal the l.ord commanded them to go into the fields,
for they were good farmers."
F1'az'e'1'7zz'zj1 Orgzzlz-"'l'l1e'San 'Francisco Rural Press."
Bert Boush. Hon. J. P. Coulter. Rev, I-Iigley.
D. M. Ferry, the seed man. Sec'y Rusk. Chip Richmond.
I -Gljciplexv Roll- '
New 'Vork Industrial College. Ann Arbor School of Phfzrlll-acy.
Blooming Valley. Vanderbilt University.
Rochester Garden Seed Co. l'enn'a lJairy1nen's Association.
Michigan State Agricultural School.
Students handing in names must belong to the Battalion and arrange to
have butter and eggs brought in to the Chapter House weekly. Superior in-
ducements offered to anyone getting up a club.
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Matin-" Glo ye, therefore, and teach all nations."
j'lI'llfl'l'lZZ'4j' 0l'g'dll-'K The Missionary Herald," Boston.
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Miss Cheshro. Mrs. Sam Long. Mrs. liniin Pushu.
Frances Willard. Miss Kellogg. llelva Lockwood.
Mrs. bl. lludson Taylor. Mrs. Stanley. Mrs. Cuh 'l'hohurn.
Martin Mission Institute. The Anglo-japanese College.
'l'okio, japan. Allahahad, India. Allegheny College.
Vassar. Lucknow Institute. Vallonia.
All young girls joining this Frzllernily will be carefully looked nfter by the
ofrler girls, will receive :iid in learning their Sunday-school lessons, and will
" stand in " with the preceplrc-ss.
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flfnflo-" 'l'wo sonls with lint a single thought-
'l'wo hearts that heat as one."
l"I'1Zft'7'lII'4'l' Ufjgrfzu-" Dramatic News."
Miss Grace Foster.
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Frances Cleveland. Mary Anderson
Miss May Whitney. -Inlia Marlowe.
M rs.hlohn .Iacoh Astoi
Dr. Mary Walker.
Mrs. Henians. Mrs. Fitz Hugh l,ee. Miss llowarml.
Mrs. Mary A. Liverinore. Mrs. lix-Sec"y Whitney.
Allegheny College. Oherlin.
W. R. F. Posts. Acarleniyof Mnsie.
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All Ltamliclalcs for memlnzrship must lnlcc music and eloeulion, wrile
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Al.i.r:oHENv CHAP'i'r:R. 'Founded by "jack the Ripper."
Illaflo--"B11rn, mob, haze, kill.
Let not a ilippant Freshman live."
Fl'c?fFl'lI1'fjf Orgmz-"'l'l1e Epitaph," Tombstone, Arizona.
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Prof. Trueman. Prof. Montgomery.
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Rev. R. T. Adams.
M. j. lichols.
john Bunyan Hawk.
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Allegheny College. La Bastille Meadville.
lJick's Hollow. Leavenworth, Kas.
Fradenburgh's room. Y. M. C. A. Rooms.
Pittsburgh Female College. Cornell.
john I.. Sullivan.
Richard K. Fox.
Students desirous of entering upon this grand work will please meet Mar-
quis and Barrett any Saturday evening on the Dock street bridge. Must have
had experience as a barber, be able to drive a tack with a revolver, play a
"stit't"' fame of poker stay out all night and report at Chapel without
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showing loss of sleep, present recommendations from some K. K. K. or Order
of " White Caps,', lead Sophomore prayer meeting when called upon, or shoot
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a Meadville policeman with the utmostxnrzgfrozd. lor re eience, see y
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Cflxllffactli 5191945 Sag of UA.
T WAS from the lirst a great desire ofthe KAl,oRoN Board to
is obtain an authentic statement of the proceedings in a
H Faculty meeting, for it has long been known the earth's
axis pierced the surface in the midst of that aggregation of brains.
There the student's destiny is rolled from the wheel of fortune.
Thence emanate those edicts which dcdicatc our lives to weal or
woe. Thence comes tl1e promise of honor and glory to the Senior,
Thence our paternal ancestors receive notice that the climate here
is injurious to our health, that we would tiourish more prosperously
elsewhere. There the KAl,DRoN Board receives its gallings and
lashings. There, ill will and hatred, hidden deep in the bosom of
the Faculty, coaxed and fondled by the privacy of the situation,
vents itself in verbal invective. All this hidden deep in mystery,
yet within our very midst! Could it be reached and published to
the world? Nlomentous project! None before so bold as to under-
take it, but the KAl.nRoN man, willing to risk all for the good of
his publication. lished from the depths of his imagination-a
scheme. A committee was appointed to investigate. The plan
was found feasible. The safe was placed obliquely across the
corner of the roomg the KAl,oRoN man was concealed behind.
The Faculty assembled. Our reporter was faithful to his notes.
lt was accomplished! The greatest achievement in college jour-
nalism for the :oth century l The profound secret lies before you I
The Report of a Faculty Meeting or j' Ilia! 7Wrjr Sill' Qf Ur."
The members came in straggling. "Davy" called time and
pulling a stub pencil from his breeches pocket tossed it to Thomas,
with a verbal request to ascertain whether a quorum was present.
A quorum being found, business was continued by the reading of
the minutes of last session. The only transaction recorded worthy
of note was a motion to table for one week a communication from
the KAi.nuoN Board. requesting the co-operation of the 'Faculty in
certain matters. By privilege, it was moved by Monty Cand
seconded by Miss lfostervj that the members of the KALDRON
Board be taken up and discussed separately, since he had suspi-
cion as to the character of "one or two." 'l'he motion carried
with only two votes in the negative. Siling and Tommy. Davy
announced discussion in order on Gibson. Monty took the floor
saying, "Gibson is a pretty good fellow. but I have grave suspicion
he is an active I-I .Y lf. That infernal institution has got to go. He
is a man to keep your eye on." Miss Foster followed, that though
but slightly acquainted with the gentleman, she considered him
darkly suspicious. It was impossible to say just what 'lay hidden
beneath his long hair. Trueman stated Gibson had done good
work under him, yet of late had ceased his attendance at Sunday-
school and was neglecting Saturday Greek grammar recitations.
ho would do that was certainly on the down hill to -.
Any man w
After a slight whistle Davy gave Gibson an interrogation point and
A inoment's silence fell, but every eye that caught the rays
from Miss l'oster's glowing cheeks, saw the colors come and go
like the tints on a sun-painted cloud in the evening. She arose to
her feet. Her excitement was intense. " Gentlemen," she stam-
mered. "Gentlemen if you would save me. sit down on this man."
Her piteous cries brought Monty to the rescue, stating that Russell
was a good student, but a H .Y la' alumnus. That institution was a
disgrace to the College. Fields gave Russell a good word, was
followed by lilliott. who would not desire to have his destiny placed
in Rnssell's hands. The interrogation point gotta ditto from above
and Porter was announced. Monty could not definitely state
whether he were a H A' lf. Could say nothing to the gentleman's
discredit. Miss Foster gave him no ill word, except he kept rather
late hours at Hulings and might "get on" something which should
not be exposed to the public. All other Profs declared Porter to
be a man of known good morals and probity. His name passed
without note. t' l7effe1'," announced Davy, "is making a good
record. Hulings hash contains less dog under him than for sev-
eral years back." QMonty thought Peffer was not a I-I N EQ
" Sweeney," Davy suggested, 4' is a line fellow. Will see that
nothing enters into the KALIDRON which will be disgraceful to the
College in any respect." Monty stated that Mr. Sweeny wasn't
a If? QV H, but there had been a terrible picture taken, and Mr.
Sweeney was probably at the bottom of it. 'Foster thought
the gentleman would bear notice, was prying into Hulings affairs
beyond all propriety. lt was recommended he be given doubtful
H Deming," fell from Davy's lips, as he pulled his goatee, with
a keen eye turned on Trueman. Trueman straightened his kinks,
saying that Deming was a vicious Hunker in Lating was not fitted
to be a KALnRoN editor. Monty wheeled to the front and made
another drive for H Af' la'.- H Doctor, this will never do, with all
these I-I JV la' men on the Board the publication will disgrace us."
Miss Foster, smiling, stated that Mr. Deming was a perfect gen-
tlemang she had considerable influence over him, should he re-
main on the Board, it was altogether probable she would induce him
to hold all KALDRON meetings in the I-lulings parlors and place the
ladies on an equal footing with the other editorsg leave Deming to
her and all would be well.
" Ehrenfeldf' after an adjustment of his glasses and a close
glance at the list. set out from l'Javy's vocals. Monty led the van :
"lihrenfeld is a line fellow. but h1".v a I-I yl' lf. lf that man rides
through with this Board, l'll getscalded, and badly. too, lloctor 2"
Miss Foster knew lihrenfeld to be sly. He was put doubtful.
"liyers." fell on the reporter's ears shrilly. .Miss Foster's
Gracefulf?j form first arose. Mr. Byers was a perfect gentleman.
" Good 2 Very good ! lixcellent 3" Prof. Thomas said the gen-
tleman was taking French under hini. " Studies quite well: is like
-some other--boys 1 doesn't always-have-his lessons."
" Ross," from Davy, brought 'l'rueman to his feet: " Mr. Ross
is a perfect gentleman 3 attends Saturday afternoon rec--gram-
Saturday afternoon gram-- grammar recitations faithfully 3 what-
just what Mr. Ross would-how-how--just'how-Mr. Ross would
conduct KALDRON work 3 do not-do not exactly know." CMonty
thought Ross was fm! a H xl' l:'.j
" Collins," said Davy. " is a gentleman throughout and will
allow nothing improper to adorn the pages of the KALDRON.H
lVlonty knew he was a fair fellow. " No H .V ls' about him." Miss
Foster vouched for the gentleman's uprightness, yet thought she
had caught him looking suspiciously at the " Dog." This ended
the list, except the ladies. concerning whom nothing was said. The
reporter hoped to obtain further secrets, but just at this juncture
Monty's engine began whistling underneath and the Faculty, fear-
ing an explosion was imminent, adjourned without a motion, and
in the confusion which followed the KAl.nRoN reporter escaped
" Choose not alone a proper mate. but a proper time to marry."
-C. li. HAWK.
How Efgtctnfcfulp We Saoufgl. Be.
lf the lfreslinu-n's tongues were attached to brains,
How thankful we should be
If the Seniors only had hats and canes.
How thankful we should he
lf the Sophomore class had any sand.
lf the junior Class would show its hand,
If 'l'. N. li. would just dishand.
How thankful we should be
lf the " gov'nor " would cash drafts at sight.
How thankful we should he
lf cluh hoard were not so light,
How thankful we should be
lf skipping class were not tahooed.
lf gum were not by the Hall girls chewed.
lf the Prep students were not so rude.
How thankful we should be
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lf K. A. l. loved lx. lx. U.,
How thankful we should he
lf lf. K. G. loved K. A. 'l'.,
How thankful we should lie
lf books at lfiske's were not so high,
lf Professor -- were not so sly.
lf class historians would not lie.
How thankful we should he
lf we could only write u poem,
How thankful we should be
lf liilerls beer were not half foam,
How thankul we should be
lf the girls did not work the boys for shows,
And hundreds of things, the Lord only knows,
But would all lile up in double rows,
And lluy KALIJRONS, how profoundly thankful we should he
" Indeed, I do love my 1-. the greatest of college come-
" What a stubby swain is mine." -KI-:l.l.oot:.
" Which of the two, Sisley or Hatch? My heart' says Sisley,
but my brother says I-latch." --BARRr:'r'1'.
" Mamma, Coulter has a camera, now. Can't he have a dark
room over here, and can't I watch him develop pictures just as
much as I want to, please ?" --GRAHAM.
"The boys think I am a tIirt." --Mouzvr,
"And she said ' Ilan, come forth I' and straightway Danforth
came." ' ' -'l'HRAsHr:R.
"May-I dreamed a delightful dream last nightq I thought I
weighed only one hundred and twenty-live pounds, but just then a
couple of bed slats broke, and oh. horrors I " --IVIoUN'l'.
" Yes, pet. 'I'o be sure. darling. Certainly. my precious one.
lllesss your little heart. etc." -Foshan.
" I-Ielen, if you go to that Delta reception you will break my
" Did he say recitation in Type?" --WARNER.
"I lost twenty-seven cents last night." -KEPLER.
" You are an awful big whacker." -WA'l'soN.
" Three little maids from school are we."
, -El.i.A, Maul: ann Gnlxclrz.
Miss Mannett. as she gazes upon Eighmy's picture, which
has just been given a prominent place upon the wall of her room :
" Everything is lovely and the goose hangs high."
"Why bless your dear little heart Mr. Cattern, of course I'll
go with you." 1,
Miss K. A. T. No. 1, to Miss K. A. T. No. 2: "Did you
ever notice how much Mr. Russell resembles Mr. Bullock?"
" Yes, but how marked the difference is between them."
es indeed3 Mr. Bullock is so nice."
Miss Foster: " What is that dreadful noise upstairs?"
Inmate : "'l'hat's just Carrie Mount and Miss Clark waltzing
in the garretf'
Miss M., coming home from church with Starr: "Say.
aren't we going it pretty fast?" fNo answerg a moment elapsesj
"Well, say, hold on here, I'm a pretty good single-footer, but
I can't lope worth a. cent."
ELECTION past, a Senior great,
Of much renown in scheming late,
Cleaved the air with a three league stride,
To gain a place at Davy's side.
He thought to smash with a single word,
The Senior class and a KALDRON Board.
Davy's ear at last in reach,
He poured on him his wrothy speech:
"In the Senior class I'm lirm convinced
More grace of God should be evinced."
The Doctor smiled with graceful air,
As he took a lean in his office chairg
And then he said, though it may seem odd,
" I-'ew classes show much grace of God.
Election tactics take their course
And gather strength from another source.'
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The stcrcnpticon business, us Mr. Davis presented it Ln Allegheny slullcnts.
'l'w0-FISTED WENCH: " Wall, what's
VIEW-AfiEN'1'Z " Dear madam, I am 3 mn
a student from Allegheny College, and N lil I-3'
... .....,--.- would like to get .X ,-
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pl works of high ARWM-
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Gli'I"l'lNl' A umm. ,fOl'll ti 1JL1y?H
V. A.: "Never mind about the price, maflam, if the room
suits me, and there are no fleas, bed-bugs or cockroaches aroundg
I ani perfectly indifferent as to cost" Csqueezing the solitary dol-
lar in his inside pocket, don't you know lj.
'l'. F. W.: "Wall, l vum! Cum in, little feller. Now, there's
a rum thur 'ats fot carmits, cheers, two on 'em burer 'nd lots
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other tra Js, 'nd if e want t' take it 'nd Ja me four dollars :L
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week l0ng's ye stay-cash, no trinkets. now, mind l-l'm yer
woman." The room was taken.
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CAside-Yes, johnny, l'll show you in at minute--j Ever see
anything to compare with it? And here's another, 'The Coliseum
att Rome,' one of the most l11zz1'7w'Z1111.s' relies of a1'ch1'fr'cf111'4zl gw1z'1l.v
in the woz'lz1'. Cl,ooks upj-What at sweet child that is playing
witl1 the kitten! Why, it is suid-und I do not doubt itC?j-that
this ll11lgl11:ft't'llf .vt1'1n'f1r1'uzum' to seat jfffv 11u'f!1'm1 Q5o,ooo,oooj
people. and that at one time during the reign of V7'1'lnrbmm'hiafllx
ZlIl'h1Il'l'lI.V, no less than am' 1lIl'ffl'I7Il Cl ,ooo,oooj gladiators dfrfz'
.VI-Illllfftll7!'0ll.Yll' in one rlmzffy combat. each one pierced in preeisely
thc same place, fha' iff! 1wzl1'1'rl1'. lf your 1LI'1'.S'l1g"hl' were as keen as
your z'a1'.vlLgfhf, l could show you their bones even at this late date,
lying there in the left hand corner of the pie-
ture." Et Cetera. -.
V. A.: " Well, Mr. Annapple. l've brought l
your views." X tl 2 1 5'
Mr. A.: "Bagger my bloody heyes, but A V '
chappie, I can't take 'em to-day. I'm 'ard up, l y I Q
jist at present. Now, if you'd come 'round V
'bout month from now, or next year, when S' 5 full I
times is not so 'ard, I shouldn't wonder if l.'d nl ll"-
take a whole bunch of them air-star-stare l' ' ty M
--what's 'at ye call 'em--telescopes?" nwvmw.
f"' 'y 'Q'
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'l'll4: sl1:l'n:optiLtoll llllSilll3Ni :ls il proved to lie.
" l wish Maud did not think so much of Byron."--l'r:iflfi-:R,
A good salary for preaching, don't give a enss what ehureh
-S. S. lWARQUlS.
Prayers for last year's KAl.mzoN Board.
-'I'R1nUNi-: Pnnmsnixo Co.
A "White Cap " notice for Echols.
-KA1.oRoN l,0E'l'RY CONlNll'I"l'EI'I.
'Fo get throngh College regardless. E
--G. S. W. li. 'l'. PHILLIPS.
A treatise on the development of verhosity.-Mt'C1.r:Ll.ANlm.
A pretty little girl with Vermillion hair.-A. O. DAVIS.
A good cowhiding to wake him up.-C. H. Luslc.
A book on teaching niethods.-Pkor. Slr,I.lxmN.
Some one to write an oration.-MISS CH14:snRo.
A good bath semi-occasionally.--W. H. QUAY.
Directions to an insane asylum.-Downs.
Some one to love llllll.-S'1'ENGER.
'l'o graduate.-j. B. Sl.Av1N.
A wife.-j. B. HAWK.
To see ma.-BUNCH.
VARN1eR's lament, after the Senior election, No. 3:
" 'Twas ever thus from childhood's hours,
l've seen my fondest hopes decay."
'l'Hi-1 song of the students as they examine the f7lIJ'J'!'lIg lixfs
my name written there? " -
5000 'Rgecipieo for Sracluafioq.
lfresbman Matliematics, . .
Latin and Greek, .
Literature and Philosophy,
First M. li. Sermons, . . .
"Mother, Home and Heaven," .
Roberts-zon's Sermons, . . .
Sermons copied from above, .
Revival meetings fin countryj,
Mesmerized Converts, . . . .
Files of Soapy Letters to Faculty, ....
Wool fwhich must be pulled over eyes of Facultyj,
Absence from College, ..... .
Ministerial ,Fund Qusedj, ......
Mix thoroughly the whole, look fIl'tl7'L'Ilf'1', but do nal take-
wxuzyff IM' .Z1?00.00--and you will be Sllfl' to graduate.
Latin, . . 5 yrs
Greek, . 4 yrs
Mathematics, 2 yrs
Philosophy, 1 yr
Science, . . 4 yrs
Political Science, I yr
History, . . 2 yrs
Literary Society, 4 yrs.
Prizes, . . 4
Outside Reading ....... 4 yrs.
Mix thoroughly, look mzfural, take once a day for four years
and you may be allowed to graduate-wifhuzzf honors.
Quoliali o rm f.
" ln the first place, you see, gentlemen of the Faculty, the KAL-
nRoN Board is so much inferior to that of '9o's KAr,DRoN,
and I doubt whether they have either the bIl.Yl'7Il'.i'A' or literary
ability to make it a success." -Pkolf. MoN'rcoMERv.
" As a kicker he outrivals a muleg in every other way they are on
a par." -R. T. ADAMS.
" l am soured on everyone, and I don't care who knows it."
" Help ! Barrows l Barrows l Help l It's I-I N lf, and they're after
mel Our house and barn have just been burned down!
Murder! Fire! Police! Police!" b -Hrzvmucx.
" The point of the bayonet opposite the left chin."
" Wise men have some thoughts."
" My thesis is entitled, ' How to ferry canal-boats across rivers.' "
" Here lies a martyr to self-conceit,
A victim of knowing it allg
A bore of the class-room, table and street,
A snipe of unlimited gall."
" However irregular and desultory his talk, there is method in the
fragments." -Plzoif. THOMAS.
" More to be desired are we than gold, yea, than much fine gold,
sweeter also than honey and the honey-comb."
-HULINGS HALL GIRI.S.
" lt is a sad thing when men will repair to the ministry, not for
preferment, but for refuge."
-CRow'ri-lens AND HIGLEV.
"The passing of our beautiful feet
Blesses the pavements of the street."
-Wim, AND CHARLIE joHNsoN.
" Nature has sometimes made a fool, but a coxcomb is always of
man's own making." -Hmsrzu.
H If Cleopatra's nose had been shorter, the fave of the whole
world might have been changed." -Nr:sln'r.
, 'f 'l'hou conceited ass."
" Who clipped this woodchuck's wings."
"A little pot is soon hot."
" His brains Cif he has anyj are in his feet.
" The Merchantof Venice was my great grandmother."
" lf your faults were written on your forehead, you would draw
your hat over your eyes." -GRIFFEN.
" I would df-Clare unto you, my colored brethren, that which is
"This Chaucerian speech pleaseth my soul, but disturbeth my
sleep more." -N1-:sn1'1'.
" Unnoticed and uncared for, T plod my weary way."
" How beautiful my bangs do look."
"Yes, loving is a painful thrill,
A loving na! more painful still 3
But surely 'tis the worst of pain,
To love and not be loved again." -BlcRl.lN.
Q l"6'lSCLl'Cl.'l:O YQ! r2iLl.l'f9lQl
Paor. W. A. El,Lio'r'r, Matron.
NAMIC. AGE. llIlC'l'. SFRIKING l'llCULlARl'l'lli!'i.
Walter Porter ..6 years Nervine .. .............. Flippancy.
Murphy ...... T4 years " Birds " ...... Desire to be a Frat rnan.
'Frank jackson . 29 years. . J 7' ..l I-lash ................... Color.
Pachedjieff . . .18 years. .Bulgarian turnips ......... His brother.
Rob. Porter. . . I3 years. .Cock lights ....... .... l .ength of legs.
l-lemsley ..... ? . .'l'ossum ......... .... C omplexion,
Kennedy ..... 4 years. .Soothing syrup .... .. Childish ways.
Frew .... . . .89 years. .lfllixir of life ..... ........ N Vhiskers.
Hatch .... . . . 3 mos. . .liacteal tluid .......... Born with teeth.
Holman ...... 9 years. . Paregoric .................. I-las none.
Walker.. . ...52 years. .Never indulges. Ferocity of countenance.
'l'rumper ..... IQ years. .Chicken ........ Good military bearing.
Critchlow ..... 67 years. .Anheuser-Busch ...... .......... P 'ist.
Tuttle ........ 22 years Greek and Latin .. . .I-lard student.
Campbell ..... ro years. .Hulings'feed. . . .... Handsome.
McLaughlin. . .13 years. .Sewerage .... . . .City engineer.
Sterling ...... I4 years. .Grease ........ ..... . From Oil City.
Owing to strain on Prof. Elliott, the corps of attendants is
soon to be enlarged.
'I'Hi-2 envy of the variable wind,
So changeable is he 3
The master of the morning mists,
So futile he can beg
The peer of old lscariot,
All certainly agree, is johnson, W. W.
SNVDER, in Chemistry Class.-"Give me some furious sul-
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The F1'eshman's woes have oft been told,
His faults quite plain to seep
But all his sorrows past enrolled
Are far excelled by H N lf.
A wayward sign in mystic hand,
Announcing meeting that's to
Of that dark and derelict band
Of unknown Soplfmores, I-I N lf,
By a rash, unruly Freshman,
From its post on campus lea,
Torn away in rise of passion
Woke the wrath of H N IJ.
:sf :ie :ae wk ak vk is
When the hour had struck its midnight,
Un the campus one might see,
Gathering from all points of compass,
Masked bands of 0 N li.
From their lurking places grimly
Came a trembling band of cops,
With their faces quite unseemly
Bloated by the brew of hops.
Sought they then and there to frighten,
From the purpose he'd designed,
livery Soph'more. Did but brighten
livery hope he had in mind.
xl: :lc :ic :le :la :K :ie
lireshie wrapt in bond of lVlorph'ns,
llreamed his pleasures happily,
When a very sudden waking
Found him grasped by I-I il' lf.
Followed then an awful hazing,
By that terrorizing horde,
Who with mask and helmet blazing
Gave command by sign, not word.
When the deed had been committed,
'l'hen our cops, in majesty,
lioasted that they had ontwitted
Wily plans of I-I .Y lf.
Suffered not one victim only,
liy reason of iniquity,
lfor other lfreshmen hazed were also
At the hands of I-I .V lf.
lfreshmen, be not overbearing,
Word of warning take from me,
Or the brass you now are wearing
May be brushed by H .V lf.
3 Alleghel I+ C0psA
Analytics -1- Fields H
-YiSlavin's brains - N0 Pass'
Cl-leiser -I-C4 H6 Ozj X N lfj : a " Bender."
ml M' E' S' S' f : 2 chippies each.
Y. M. C. A.
R. C. Crowthers X Ego : The Universe.
29 .c M--
Gibson, j. S -l- V chance of an office : A scheme.
Trueman - fGreek -4- Latinj : o.
Griffen -l- Poker : -32.80.
Patterson -1- King : 3 nights off per week.
Miller -1 john Hamnett : A Library racket.
Cl'alman -if Oswaltj Go : A good riddance.
Clirass -1- Cheeky X Bluster : Miller.
Miss Foster - Palaver : o.
DR. WHEELER, in Political Economy class.-" Shatto, about
what wages do kitchen girls command ?"
Shatto.-" I don't know much about them, Doctorg perhaps
nl. B. Hawk can tell you."
" WHA'l'lS in a l'l21l'l1C?H-GAlNTAI.lEI. Sononon WII.St5N Pun.-
" l.EMMlE CARR, one of Mosiertown's most dashing young
gents, will graduate from Allegheny College in june."-!Wa.rfz'r-
TAKEN from the minutes of a KAl.lJRoN meeting, as published
in last year'sAnimal.-''Communications read from Tribune Pub-
lishing Co., thanking editors for so promptly settling hills and not
trying to beat the printers out of their money."
The following is a communication recently received by Dr,
Dr. D. H. Wheeler, President Allegheny College:
DEAR SIR: Twelve months have now elapsed since the publication of
'9o's KALDRON and fF298.00, or nearly two-thirds of the entire amount, remain
We have repeatedly sent bills and notices to Messrs. Barrett, Gibson,
Nlattern, Porter and Dunn, but they have been totally disregardedg being
quick of eye and Heet of foot, they have been able to elude us altogether.
Will you send us the name and address of the parent :mr guardian of each,
and oblige. TRIBUNE l.'lllil.lSlllNG Co.
l'Rol-'. 'llWlNlNG.-HSlZlVlIl, do you understand the explana-
Slavin.-I-Iaven't caught up yet,' Professor."
Prof. T.--"Are you up yet in Bridges and Roofs?"
S.-U Haven't got my book yet."
Prof. T.-" Are you abreast with the class in Descriptive yet?
S.-" Not quite, a few lessons back."
Prof. T.-" Give you up, Slavin 3 you will be late at your own
SLIGHTLV confused.-Miss Kepler, after having attended Dr.
Wheeler's lectures on Civil Liberty and English Literature.--
"Dr, Hamnett, have you John Stuart's Mill on the Floss l "
Miss H.--"Yes, Mr. Welty, Bre
auth or, some of his character sketches
tl-larte is my favorite living
are too elegant for anythingf
Welty.--" 0h yes, I have read 'His Private Character,' and I
think it the best book l ever read."
l?iuJi-'I-zsson, to Trig. Class.-" Yes, this takes a little longer,
but it is a briefer method."
SNVDERfCllI11biUg out window to
attend a secret meeting of the Fresh-
man class, to Youngson, just return-
ing from Goose Heavenj-" For
God's sake, Billy, get a hammer
and pull that nail, I've been hanging
here fo1' an hour, and can't get either
in or out. Keep mum."
Hoon, in Physics class.-" Pro-
fessor, wouldn't the rotation of the
earth on its axis, and about the sun,
account for the professional curving
of a base-ball P"
"lVlEssRs. C. S. Jewell, G. S. W.
Phillips and Tracy Farrell were very
conspicuous at our county fair last
week. Prof. jewell presided over
the three-card-monte table, Signor P
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hillips very gracefully manip
ulated the ball-in-the-shell game, and Monsieur Farrell had charge
of the wheel of fortune. Rumor say
s that their many victims have
concluded that they are not so green as they look."-Bzzfler Caunly
gone Qerpeifuue. :li
Fountain so pure and bright,
Sparkling in I-leaven's light.
Great is thy magic might,
lieck'ning to thee.
Many a youthful heart,
Choosing the better part 5
Fountain of good thou art,
Flowing so free l
'l'hey who, around thy brink,
Bend eager lips to drink,
Ah ! do they ever think,
That, far away,
Some look with longingeyes,
Where thy pure waters rise,
- Which fate to them denies.
liver and aye.
Flow on, bright fountain, flow !
Pilgrims must come and go,
Quench half their thirsty glow,
Then onward pressg
'l'hen may 'l'ime's poised wing
Guard, that thy living spring
Forth constant waters bring,
Young lives to bless.
'F An apostrophe to Allegheny.
AT Fourth Ward Dance : Liebenstein, who runs a beer saloon
and whose daughter has evidently not been the belle of the ball
" Meester Black, vhy don't you tantz mit Pheebe, Pheebe ist one
ob de bleeds
, WHAT 'l'lIIiY WERE. 1 WIIA'l' 'l'IlIiY ARIC.
NAME. , IHIRN.
Anclersrul, -I. R ..... ........ .... ....................
Ii11l1lwi11, l,. A ,,..,, Apr. 20 1870 l'11u1urygr111'e1"sso11
llurretl, H. M ...... luly 24, 186qCle1'k in grrwrrry .,..
Ifhillmtk, I". l. ....... Mar. 22 1870 Svlinnl-l111y .........
Cnrr. A. l.. .... .... I lvl. I3 1868 l":1r111-l1zu11l ...... ..
flIlCSl1l'll, Ellen ..... Sep. 8, 1867 l'reau'I1cr's llllllflllllfl'
lflnrk, Helen ,,,,,,, Uvt, 14 l869SL'Illl0l-1,Zll'I ..........
Fullins, I". A ..,.... I"el1. 23. 1864 l'r1tn1111ligge1' .......
KTrm1'1l11:rs, R. C' .... Nov. 28 1865 N11r111:1l SIIIIICIII ....
Illllllillgl, W. L' ...... Dec. 6 1870 'l'11l1:u'1'11 planter ....
Dice, I"I'ilIlll ........ Mny 4. 1868 Xl'1:1I11l1'l knmi' .....
ll11hsr111. I. M ....... Mnr. 30. 1862 I'l1lI'llll'l' ..... ........
llunkle, V, If' ,,,..,, Nnv. 12. 1858'l'u:11'l1e1'u111l I42ll'llllIl'
l'1lli11t1, R. W ....... Sep. 27. 1867 A cute liule lellmv. .
lispy, H Il ..... ..,, I Jer. 11. 186381111 ul 11 l1re:u:l1er.. .
l'lI'LllIl!llIllIl'l.ZIl. A. G. Sep. 15 186 Rev. I"-uh--l1'sl111y
Ilaugehy. I". I. ....... Blair. 13, 1865 I'IOUSll?l' IAIIFIIICI' .... .
Gihsun. ,l. S. ....... Sc 1. 13. 1868 Illflllllllllll V. husker
I'l:uvk. i'. ll. ....... I"el1. 18, 1865 C1111111ryla-1u'l1e1'....
Hawk. -I. Il. ....... Sep. 25, 1863C'l1:1'k ........... . . .
Heiscr, W. G ....... lluif. 25 1866 His llI1ei111's pet ....
Hers llEl'LZl!l', IC. A... Apr. I5 V867 l.11:1ll:1'. .......... .. .
Hnml, -l. lf. ........ lieu. 22 1867 Ih1ukwl11::u ....
IIIIIIISUII, XY. W ..... April 6 1868 HIISIIHTSS IIILUIIS sou.
NIIIIIIIIIIH, F. R ..... I-'el1. 29 1860 R1win1.5 Sllllllllll .....
Marquis, S .... ,luue 8 1866 P11e1:1s11:1'1-1 I2ll'llll'l'.
Nlnttcrn. E. I.. ..... Aug. 1o 1869 l1'e1t1'lr:1lu vczucler. . .
M1rC'lure.f'. N. .... -luly 29 1868.Rm1st:1l111111 ,.,., , . . .
Mrurrisnu. 'I'. M ...,. .lilly 26 ISGO Sclmul prineipnl ....
Ncwkirk, V. IC. ..... Um. 15 1866 Piaiuist :infl painter.
Pickett, I.ucv ....... Aug. 24 1868 I,g1wy1:1"s lIIlllLfIlIl!l".
Phillips. G. W ...... l"eh. 19 1867 iIIU!lClll!l' ............
Porter, I. I.. ....... luly 1 1868,A Ulllilll youth ..... .
Ring, NI. A ......... llcn. 7 1862-l'I111l1ry11ni1' Moses ..
Russell. I". IC. ...... Nov, 14 1868,lr1111 111c111l1ler ...... .
Siliug. VV. I. ...... . . june 26 1866Ilr111kk1:cpe1'.. .
Sleuger, W. H ...... Uct. 12 1865 I'l11ui1l1l111y .. .
Su1l1l1s, l". U ........ Sup. zu 1868 A lmhy .............
Sweeney. M. .I. .... .Iune 27 1867 Mill huurl ......... .
VZll'llCl', W. I' ....... May 22 18l12'W.V:1. Softllezul ....
White, l.. Ii. .. . . . Apr. 18 1S64llnr11c1l ifwe lCllUXV.'
Work, I". R ,... . . . Sep. 9, 18fg!A1miI puller ...... . ..
A Hmiselmlcler .....
A kiitker ............
Bliss l'l:1rk's mtluuu .
llc-ll:1 High Priest..
A xuysli-ry .- ....
A wnuer ....
Queer li-lluw ....
'l'l11:1:1 .l11l111sm1 .
fllll'l'Ill1Klfl!ll ylllll ....
SiIiug's will: ........
A. Il. i11 uzune nuly .
A. Iiiug lmhy .........
hcl ' '
1:1 Inu Ile-Im ....
All neck ............
Bl. S .............
A urmrl fellnu' ..
Mr, Hyllc ......
Positively lllllllll ....
o ,.... ..........
ANU IIOI'li 'l'4l IHC.
M rs. ,I. Bell.
R. Lf. U.
I'11ssess111' ol' I'lllll1l'llH
A ureul lllllll.
,No one k1111u's.
A Swmrvl willf.
1l'el1:l1r:1l1:il M. Il.
lll1u'11e1I ifwc rare.
me :1ve1':1ge :nge r1l'Clz1ss. 22.93 yezxrs.
" WHA'l'IS the matter with that poor mun's neck over there?"
, tl1:1t'sPhillipsg he Sat hehincl Miss Iiclwurcls ut the opera
one night. lsn't it too had, and he is such ll line looking man."
ecol9l7eclione3 of Gump Jager.
lt was thc oth of june, 1889. Morning clawnccl as usual and
thc sun rose on svlicmlulc time--thu liattalion hoys S0lllCWll2llCl1l'llCl
on awount of thc favt that thu Corps of Camlcts was tO2lSSCllllJlC at
llulings llall "arm room" at cight in thc morning in light niarvh-
ing orclcr. preparatory to going into camp at lfouncaut liaktr.
'l'hc usual voninlotion of falling in thc companics and va ' K
tht- roll, ovcr. things hcgan to assume a niorc military appearancc,
anal, after sonic mln-lay, with Captain llowc in connnantl ancl thc
l llruni Uorps. with l'lerspergcr anal his real llannel unl-
form at its hcafl, thc Battalion took up the line of inarvh towurrl
the M. N l,. mlcpot. .Ns we left thc Campus thc hantl struvk up-
wcll you know thc tune. it gocs toot-tooty toot toot, ctv.. 1111111111--
hwl. Any onu of a scntiincntal turn of niincl anal an orclinarily
gooml imagination might have inistakcu it for "'l'hc Girl l l.cft lic-
hinml nic." aml thc writcr is not prcparccl to say that it was not so
We soon arrivcml at thc mlcpot, whcrc aftcr il littlc confusion
wc were scatetl. or partially so. in thc train. l"inallv wc startcml,
zlncl in acc'orclanr'c with military custom, procccclctl with great
caution, stopping frequently to enquire thc road antl to ask llfttfl
the health of the various prominent citizens along our route. At
last, or at most a day or two later, we arrived at livansburg, where
we alighted from the train and embarked for Conneaut Lake Park,
where we arrived after a short and prosperous voyage. Upon
landing we took formal possession and then like Uthe noble King
of France," who "had ten thousand men," we "marched us up
the hill" to the place where the camp was pitched.
While the boys were working at the tents, the baggage, which
was hauled in wagons from livansburg, began to arrive. and by the
time the tents were up and the chests and bedding moved in, it
became apparent that unless rations were dealt out before long
there was likely to be mutiny in camp. When at last the order to
"fall in for mess" was given, it was obeyed without a murmur.
u Ill durl
incl pos tlon u 111
L Its iespo
bility, was very unpopu
lar at that time, but t iey
accepted the inevitableas
gracefully as possible and
sorrowfully watched the
boys as they were marched
over to the mess hall.
An accurate and de-
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'l'he Major smiled as llaggerty and lirubach reported as the detail
for gg 1 'l duty 'ng .
dir a .'i ' 'l ' 'h, fllil'
in spit' of ' .' nsi- lp
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tailed account of the ten
days at camp would fur-
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nish material fora new College libraryg there were
happened in that short time than any one would have
sible. The Freshman and Sophomore lay down
peace, and the jolly junior matehed pennies, played poker orwent
to prayer-meeting or strawherry festival, as the spirit moved. 'l'he
daily routine of Camp duties never grew monotonous and even the
eomplaints of the unfortunates whose indiseretion had brought them
into the eonlines of the guard house, had a toueh of good humor
and fun while they made cursory remarks on performing extra duty.
Yes, those were glorious days. and. as has been said, it would
be almost impossible to give an aeeount of the many things which
oeeurred that week, so we will merely insert the events of one day
taken from the adjutant's diary :
Reveille. Poliee eall. Fompany drill. l.t. liagleson vom-
manding. Troop parade. Guard mount. Capt. li. l'. Couse
ollieer of the day. lrts. Dunn and l-lawki, ollieers of the guard.
llattery drill. No Battalion drill in afternoon g little damp. Lots
of visitors, especially ladies from College and Nleadville. Retreat
parade Cdressjg the boys show off in line style. 'l'rip around the
lake on the "Keystone" Great rain for crops. but not appreciated
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in camp. "There was a sound of revelry by night" and Crawford's
rapital was gathered there in the pavilion, "to chase the gliding
hours away with Hyingfeetf' At last the dance was over, the guests
embarked for home and the last evening in Camp Ayer was draw-
ing to a close when a strange lurid light appeared in the heavens
above the camp. Mysterious onlenl Each of the hoys was sunl-
moned to headquarters for a private interview with the Major, hut
no one explained the dark and solemn " Mystery of Camp Ayer."
No tattoo. Taps at n1idnight. CSN. "S'1'lr.wr:i.i,."
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'l'wo extracts from -'L-"-f"""?-e N- ..-
lJanforth's diary: lnlli Q
" Feh. zo. Got a x,-.N I , 4 ,I
hox from llOlllC to-day 3 X iii ,X
scarcely enough to go 1 -"""'I ' i l X
aroundamong the boys X V---:gg-fix? 5 I N X
so guess l'll hide it." sip? FIAA N ,Q,Qg X A' W XY
"Feb 25. Went 'i:wv l fi
. r, -x 5 3- -- 1 , ,,-F W ,J
up to College again to- - K Z '-
tl-1 P' '1 n 1 1 f ' e if l
.y. .nc r. ni- X NAA A A M Q
I rv-':"'g"b-. 3,1 Nts
shells lS2.5O.H X
Who stole the Tlianksgiving turkeys from Hulings Hall.
Who put the euchre deck in the Chapel liihle.
What are the "difficulties " with Prof. Fields.
Why I-lulings hash fluctuates with the activity of the Biology
Why nm' memher of lfaenlty does not rnn I-I .Y lf.
Who the man is that makes Greek letters on his German ex-
amination papers. N i
Why Miss Foster eould not rnn the liAI.nRoN Board.
Why Oswalt left the 'lxl1Ol1llJS0ll house.
Who raised the disturhanve with "Cop" Kress. at the Pan-
How llohson had nerve enough to ask Allegheny Collggc
lfaenlty to allow him to eome hack and graduate.
Why the Sophomore vlass does not go ont fin a hodyj and
A Why Dr. I-lamnett allows so much rowdyism and disturbance
in the library without saying anything.
YoUNr: gentleman calling at Hulings sends up card, reveives
the following answer:
" Mr. -, Yours, in hed with l.a Grippe.--l,.',
RH15'1'oR1c' Class.-" Daniels, what do we eall a line havinff
four feet? "
Daniels.-" A quadrupedf'
A srzconn edition of Mark 'l'wain's "A-La-Sandi."-VoUNe-
M iss 'l'RuAlPlf:R would like to know who saw l-ligley boating on
Sunday with Miss l-.
"'l'Hi4: eternal may have had a design in making them, hut
mortals 1-an't guess it."-llonsox .xxo NlANNlNlI.
M R. l'lRlSliI'll'l.1"ltlll, l see that the'front gate is down this
lda, shyly,-5' Yes papa, yon know love levels all things."
f'oPli1:o from a ily-leaf of a Chapel song-hook:
We are Kappa Alpha 'l'hetas,
And we hoard at Hulings Hall Q
We seldom go to the opera,
And 111'7'r1' to a ball.
We do not flirt like the li. K. G
We fairly detest the name.
lint when it comes to "rnshing,'
We get there just the same.
7Wfj1' sweetly smile at Dnnkle,
l'll'0lll their place in the junior Rho,
lint alas! to lllSf9'tlN he's faithful,
And they ean't do it, you know.
thc above was written in a different hand:
lVz' have not reached perfection,
We do not crave the name,
But when it comes to "jo11ylarks,"
IW get there just the same.
We have our midnight lunches,
We "rush the cafe," too,
And the way we roll up memhers,
Makes the dear Kats Mu.
F. G. S'I'UIzns, agent for Sopht Spoon Co. Office, Hulings
Hall parlors. Office hours, 6 to I2 a. ni., I to II p. m.
EN'I'IsR'I'AININo--to see Prof. Silliman and Danforth make a
rush for Miss 'l'hrasher after chapel. Danforth gets there, but
Prof. S. comes in a good second. Time to foot of stairs, gyg see.
PROFESSOR, in German class: " Translate 'lah 1w1'.r.v fs m'rhl.' "
'iiilllllllll : H l arn not black."
" lfok heaven's sake, subdue that Mercer County laugh."-
DIc'KI-zv, in the name of decency huy,,steal, or do something
to get yourself a new hat. ,
Downs, looking ata French reader: "IWhat kind of Latin is
"Al.l,UVlAI, soil is the diabolical detritus stratilied hy aqueous
agencies formed by the disintegration of conglomerate nigger-heads
and dornicks of igneous ages."--l'RoI-'. MoN'I'v.
" l have hecome pale in doing righteous tlllllgS.H-CURRY.
" To think that in my last year l should fall in love."-BIxR-
" Mv I.II's smack of unclean things, and there is no virtue in
" I CAN"I' learn anything from anyone with whom I can't agree."
"MV MIND is like a Waterbury watch, it requires continuous
winding to keep it going."-BIRD.
" VVILL I wed Willie, or Willie wed me?"-MA'I"I'ERN.
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U 'l'UDl'lN'l'S, Alumni aml Friends: Our hook is not yet
We have aimed to lind food for your intellectual
A A 'ovment. and now
as well as an-'. '-r f
append a compendium of dealers,
have made the issue of this xolume I
-lqelcx - lo '!1GlJCl'liSQl'1jQ,ljlS-
strictly lirst-4-lass and reliahle. who can supply yourmaterial wants
x lla call on vou. if you wish to favor those who
mossihle. to help us repay them.
HA'rus AND SIIAYINKI llARl.0RS Wm. S, Kimball Ak Co, . . ,,
j. I-I. Butler ..........
l3AoGAo1Q AND CARRIAGICS
David Lee ....... .....
l'Im'ry l'eirson. . .
John Haas ..,...
Fred Hofmann ....
Derfus Bros ........,.
liooRs AND S'l'A'I'l0NERY-
Fisk K Seliwartzinzln. .
G, X C. Merriam N Co ....
Boo'rs AND Suom-
Peier Miller ,..... ...
l". lieierselimilt N V1
I-I. Weber N Co ,...,,.
E. K H T. Anthony..
Totman bk Jacobson. . .
Cu:ARi:'1"1'1as AND TOBACCO-
Allen N Ginler .........
m .,,, All
Henry llreutlein. ..
Cl.U'I'lllIiRS ANU MENlS FuRNism-:Rs-
M. Uhlman N Son..
A. Orris N Son., ..
Mendel K: Stem ....
l". G. Prenatt ......
M. H. Reefer K Sen
Churlcs Veilh ..,...
john Butler. . .
Cremiere ..... . .
Louis Torclella ....
I-I. H. Lclmerman...
CHINA AN11 Gl.AsswARia
W. H. Smith .....
A. M. Fuller ....
J. Davenport . .
Dr. Jas. Ferguson ....
Dr. G. Elliott ...... .
DRUGS AND Miamcmizs-
l". C. Fowler. ...... .
C. M. Zinclc ..
V. W. Eilcr .....
J. A. Klopfenstein . . .
Piso's Cure ....... .
Huston, Ashmead R Co. .,
F. A. Ringlerk C0 .....
E. A. Wright ........
A. E. Chasmnr M Co , ,,
Allegheny College .....
Case School of Applied Sci-
University of Pennsylvania
D. I.. Auld .....,.,
J. F. Newman .......
J. W. Howe .........
Swickard 8: Pfeifer ....
M. Gartner ..........
Robinson SL Nichols ....
Fred G. Cook Sc Bro .......
H. Wilson ...
Budd House .,.,
.- ly ...
Gable House .....
New Colt House .......
St. Cloud ..............
Eureka Mineral Springs. . .
Heliotype Printing Cn. .
VV. A. Boyles . ..
J. I-l. Boyles .....
Lee Q Johnson ....
Bates' ..... ..........
Horstman Bros. K Co,. .
'PENN is MANUlmc'1'URERs--
li. I. Horsman .........
Horace Partridge 8: Co,
Pi mroo RA1'lIER-
A. R. Fowler ....,..
Gazette Printing Co ,...
Dodd, Mead :Sc Co .,....
Chas. L Webster Sc Co,
Chnutauquan. . .... . .
Philip Bender. ..
J. J. Eiler .......
John J. Shryock .... ,
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EUREKA SPRINGS HOTEL AND SllNllllRlUM. SAEGERTOWN, Pll.
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S open winter and summer, und the henclit to he derived by hath-
H ing, and drinking the medieinul waiters ot these Springs, affords
sg speedy relief to the uHlir'ted. and proves itself at desirahle as well
us pleasant retreat for those who wish to he relieved of the eures of pro-
fessional or husiness life.
lt is equally well ztdztpted to the wants of the pleasure-seeker, heing
modern in all its appointments. 'l'he cuisine is unexeeptionuhle, the
surroundings delightful : the- mztny attractions render it an equally de-
sirahle place for an summer's outing.
l"ordes1'riptive pamphlet, address
EUREKA MINERAL SPRINGS CO., Limited,
T Vol. X. 1889.
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CORNER MARKET AND CHESTNUT STS.. Aiwa ' Hmuricm d
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MEITDVILLE. PIT. vg Literary.
I Scientific! d
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Plxysiviaxlys' lf1'cscripltiunf: and Fzunily 5 I I Religious and
Ixeclpes an Specialty. 1 j --6 pmdicah
Impurterl :xml I,lllIll'STTCCTg:1ll'S. T Af ""'
I F' 1 X ,fl Prica, Per Year, S2 oo.
CVT 9 CTG, 4 OLOATLC, , I ffripx In Clubs ov 5 or Mora, 5l.8O Each,
4, H P 94 ,
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Aw T ' '-
i303 Ghcstnuiz Sinai. DTfT,ca,5.villc, Ps... :cus dmc
' fpizcck. Qrrickcring, fJieinwc.g, LN' England.
Qxfaines, QPCKGT' Bros.. ,3X4TG'l."L'JB. and 'T2J.'c.n: pianos. on
msg im-mg, :mel ami ,qrccmi veiumfcion for cash. Jllso, 'Desi
Swings. Bows. Boxes, Quiicws, Bmmios, fM,c.miolin:,
Violins. .9TC1CLLT'QS, fra.m.e:, 5ia.tione1'g,TTfLL'cc Qainis,
aio. Gall before 'ouging clsewimcrc.
T M. M. MLEFEM at SCJN,
953 'vfatzr Street. Shryock Elorzk.
-Bfcfbe Beading Druggisf and Pbarmacisfik-
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Eine Erugm aio QD?1cLrmcLceuliccLl9e3 A SPECIALTY
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TRY ZlNCK'S FRAGRANT AND LASTING PALMA BOUQUET COLOGNE.
Rigljnjggcl Silricrigljl Qui' lilo. I 9I5
tu ull others.
RICHMOND STRIIIGHT GUI NO. I GIGIIREIIES
111. :mule from the lmriglitcsr. most
clclivutcly Ilzlvurcml :xml highest mist'
Iwtruigllt C ut i'igurertes. :xml was
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L"'e"YP1'Cl'1'I4I" ALLEN do GINTE R, Manufacturers,
ling to pay ll little more than the privc
rliurgcml for thc ordinary trzulc Vi-
gurcttcs will Iiml fhfll' Imruml superior
IIIE FINEST RIDING BIIGGY
OUR END SPRING BUGGY.
.PL FULL LINE CDF'
baefons and Side-Bar Wagons
STRICTLY HAND-MADE WORK AND WARRANTED.
I'Rlc'b:s: SIZSCQIKISO for Buggies, IIQISOQQSZOO for Plluetons.
lJ1j2'1'1'n g only in jnfxfi.
TOTMAN 64 JACOBSON,
S 1d for circulars. Mdidvllle. P8-
45 PCR THE FINEST we
lszzubazrw and Qkeaolaies,
fees '-ixfecwfz. and Kees,
HE SURE T0 HO T0 'l'llI':
RICHMOND BLOCK. CHIQSTNUT STREET.
6' X .
,f of J ff! ,p 963 WATER ST.
fgf' E' I - MEADVILLE, PA.
A'l"l'RAC'l'IVl4I goods in great variety of styles
and prices that tell their own tale of cheap-
ness. Une price, in plain ligures, and I1 square
deal for all.
DRY GOODS. P. N. HASKELL.
PREMIERE QUALITE' CIGARETTE
4 A Sl ll lulfli A R I If Il.l'.. 'I lll'5lIlIlllJlI'1l ol purity :incl exmrllenre.
WY qgvv. lln: Inultless union nl lwn nmtulilsess tulx:u'4'os prevents llmt
-li' ' 1, ., rlrvnc-ssoI'll1v tlirnzn usuullv vrruluceil liv smokin 1 other lxrauufls.
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. llu not anllrmmprejnuluee lo prn:veutA you from giving this ln-
f5lN.5QLi'x' r4nnp:u'nI1le Flgimrem: ax Irml. It is simply pn-l'lecti1m,:x luxury :incl not
I, fe I ' Yg ' u Iam' prurefl urtn-le.
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glvgxx X Our Vanity lfllll'1lll1lV1ll'I0llS Sllllilillll Mixtures :are the Imest lor the
'. f ripe
Our lnlest mixture, Pliiliilllllly.
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mlb' ' Wu. S. lxmnA1.r, M Co.,
I7 l"lRS'l' mums mu Am. Rochester, N, Y.
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INVITATIONS, .WS Qklxggf lf 'K ILLUSTRATIONS
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1121 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
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fff'::'f:'.QQ Cars' pfafe gf.':gJ'c:'c:' 'fer Eric Qxsffxn
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All work is wrxcculcrl in the- 4-stzililisliniunt unclur our pursunzil supvrvismn. :xml only in the in-sl
nizinnlrr. Um-qimllcll fncililix-s :mil loin.: pmcliltul uxpcrivncc uimlilc- us lo pimlllvc thi: mfwusl
' I mt 'irliwtiu clfirrzls, while rnlr1'cpuluti1ni 1Sll1lllilI'llllH!Cll1, the llllllllly ol' the prmluczf
slyluanm in . . ,
d Prices sent on application.
Designs, Samples an
' ' 'WTI 1- ANTYHUNY ,
li. 81 H. T. ANTHONY 8: CO.,
No. 591 Broadway, New York.
MANUFAFTURER5 AND lMl'0R'l'l41RS HF
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INSTRUMENTS HND SUPPLIES.
Ileneazllvu :u1dVicw Cameras in Grunt Ynricly.
LL 1 ur I'rf nl l'm us 'Wm Plum. Nr rllllllllliil Rcvcrsilxlu
, ,T 7---T, Askwsm, ., .---A ,4..' ,
U u , ' 3. N Hawk und Victor lfzunurns.
lll0I!Y'i lxliIll'lY Films rcllurc weight 'mul 4p'u'1- ln 'A mlnlmun
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253 Ghesinui Sizreeiz, 26. door below Posizoffice,
W. H. SMITH, l
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Anal so huguilu thy sorrow."-7Yl1l.v tllllf'J'llHl'L'lI.V, flrl 171, .Sin I.
191 GREAT NPLTICDNEKL XXTCDRES.
xvASlllNH'l'UN, lluccllllmtst- zu. 1889.
I :lu nut sum: how :my stzlmul in Amcrittzt tram sparc this work from its rulbr-
cnct: lihrury for tczutltcrs :mtl pupils, l :tm sure tlmt cvcry privutu imlivitltml
to out nlT fora time his pttrullztgc ufutlttrr
' "" W. 'l'. lflmetcls.
I 1. S. I bIIIllll'.V.t'l'tlIll'I' Qfl5rl'm'af1'ml.
Gmc1aNt'As't't.tc. lNIv., With it cm thc shelf, mn: muy say tn gmyhumly-tmmv
lllztrttlt 10, 1889. yrmr nmutl, :mtl l will satisfy its nppctitt: itll' you.
'l'hc bust uggrcgztttz ex- I.. f'I.EhlI5NS lM:u'k'l'wuinl.
pl'l7SSl!!Il ol' what the Ameri-
4::m miml has prmltlvctl in thc hy E-C' S.,-ADMAN
twn htmrlrctl amrl eighty ymzzxrs A M R I A N AND
ul' its zuztivity. Rcspcutlillly, E, M. Hu-,CRIMSON
.Imm CLAIQK RIlJI'A'I'Il. I
Prittcs :mtl 'l't:rms iixutl within thc rczutll
of all. Specimen puggcs with portraits sunt tn
:my nrlrlrcss. 'l'u 'I'c:u:llcrs who wish to C2ll'lI
from S100 10540011 mcmth :luring vzuzzttifm, wr: tguurzmtcc to make am ntrcrrptulmlc proposition.
We flu not tlcsirc: :tppliuntirms from parties tmwillimg tn tlcvutc time :mtl stutly to tht: work.
CHAS. L. WEBSTER 61. CO., Pususuzns, 3 EAs'r 14-'ri-1 ST.. N. Y.
J E N KS J- 12+ A YORK HOUSE 0' R- TERRY
A0 1 9 l'rupl'iutul'.
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F ,3 ' Newly l"lll'lliSllC1l 'l'llmu-flmut.
4-ljXfa',Cch'c"' anw Anything in thu Iiuslul1mlTt I,inu.
K9'6"!V'C1l'B , Hlf2Ill1IllHl'lHl'5 fin' Students.
S1'l4:c:'1'Am'l.l+:s Cmmkkl-:c"l'l.x' I"l'r'rn-in
'PO A'-I' IMS- OPICN DAY AND NIGHT
as Rasta' u rant as
Iivr:Rv'l'HlNu l"lRS'I'-CLASS. Clvswzus ANU GAME IN SEASON
Chestnut Street, Meadville, Pa.
.ORRIS S ,
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