Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)
- Class of 1907
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This Book is dedicated to
DOCTOR THEODORE 5. HENDERSON
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Royal Personality and Earnest Message for Character
T has given to this College
We as the Kaldron board would take this opportunityto
apologize for any mistakes such as sizes of prints, etc., that
may appear in this volume, for N k '
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of the book We hope will s-peak for itself, 'ibut the.n that's
neither here nor there." Iniorder that there be some one
responsible for the color of the binding and the arrangement
of your material, etc., We as a board have undertaken matters
of that kind. If this volume With its many deficiencies should
help you to enjoya bright spring hour in familiar haunts We
are well repaid, butif in some distant 'future it shall recall to
you the beginnings of ,enduring friendships and the happy
days of yo-ur youth at Old 'Allegheny, yye have finished our
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. His Excellency Edwin S. Stuart,
Governio-r of the' Comvmonwealth.
Hon. James T. Mitchell,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Hon. Hampton L. Carson,
, L Lay Trustees.
XSamuel Pi. Dick. . . ........... . . .3feac1vilQe
Harvey Henderson. . . . .Allegheny
William Thomas ......... . . .Meaclville
john I. nHenderson, L.L.D.. . . . .Meaciville
9tGeor'ge' Haskins. . .A ........ . . .Meaclville
Theodore L. Flood, D.D., LL.D.. . . . .Meaclville
Jonathan Hamnett, D.D. ....... ...Meadville
john ,A. VVoofd ......... .... P ittsburg
William S. Foltz. . . . . .New Castle
James W. Lee. .i ..... ,. . . ..... Pittsburg
Rev. James R. Mills, D.D. ........ ...Cleveland, O.
ReV..Iosep,h Horner, D.D., LL.D... .... Pittsburg
Rev. Joseph W.,iMiles, D.D. ..... .......... A Iclieesport
john C. Bardall ........... ...Moundsville, XV. Va.
Frank A. Arter. .. ....... Cleveland, O.
James P. Colter. .. .... Meadville
james Kinnear., . , . . .Pittsburg
Cro-rdo-n B. Chase... ..... ' .......... .. .Greenville
Rev. Thomas H. VVoodring, D.D..'. ...IOl111StOWH
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Rev. Andrew C. Ellis, D.D. ............ ........... 0 il City
Rev. James M. Bray, A.M. .................. Westfield, NY.
Rev. VVilliam H. Crawford, D.D., LL.D. ........... Meadville
Jo-hn E. Rigg, M.D. ...... , ............ ....... W ilkinsburg
Durbin Ho-rne ........ ........... P ittsburg
Edward Appleyard .... .... . Jamestown, N. Y.
Robert B.. Murray ........... ..... Y o-ungstown, D.
Wesley B. Best ............... ......... M eadville
Rev. Russell.E.. Keeler, D-.D.. . .... Middle-field, 0.
Rev. Thomas N. Boyle, D.D.. .. .......... .Crafton
jesse C. McDowell ......... .. ...... Pittsburg
william s. smith. .. .... Meadville
fo-hn V. Ritts ..... ..... B utler
Charles Miller ...... . . .Franklin
john S. Craig .......... .... A llegheny
D'4Norman T. Arnold. . ..... Ridgway
Noah 'E Clark ...... ..... 0 il City
Edward H. Utley ..... .... . Pittsburg
Harry G. Sampson' ....... .... P ittsburg
Aust-in Blakeslee... ......... ..... D ul Bois
Rev. Noble G. Miller, D.D .... .... B lairsville
Truman D. Collins. ...... .... N ebraska
A. M. Soho-yer ...... . . ...Pittsburg
Nelson A. Rist .... . ....... Dawson
John I. Carter ...... .......... T itusville
Harley Barnes ........ .... ' ..Painesville, O.
Rev. I. C. McDonald .................. ...... N ew Castle'
A ' ' Officers of the Board. '
Durbin Horne ...... ' ............................ President
John I. Henderson ........ , ......... . ........ Vice-President
William Smith ............ Q .' .... Secretary and Treasurer
C . Eiecutive Committee. .
William H. Crawford ............................ Chairman
William S. Smith ................................ Secretary
William1Tho-m-as .John J. Henderson
5 Theodore L. Flood
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Rev. T. N. Eaton, D. D.' Rev. J. F. Murray, Ph. D.
W. S. Horner a WT. Guthrie
Rev. R. F. Randolph, D. D. y Rev. J. R. Rankin, D. D.
W. D. Hinckley E, D, Smith
Rev. Charles H. Stocking, Rev. Robert M. Freshwater,
D. D. D, D,
Reed P. Clark john 0, Pew
Rev. M. F. Compton, D. D. Rev. J. S. Robinson
H- F- JOHCS. T Edward S. Hazlett
A CENTENARY BOARDS.
V Pittsburg Conference.
Rev. Charles W. Smith, D.D., LL.D.. .. .... President
Rev. joseph Horner, D.D., LL.D. ................ 'Secretary
Joseph H. Holmes .............................. Treasurer
Albert A. Horne Harvey Henderson
A. C. Knox , W. AL Carr
Rev. R. S. Borland, D.D. .......... .. .. ....... President
Rev. J. W. Blaisdell, D.D. .... , T .... Vice-President
Rev. T. W. Douglass, D.D. .. ........... Secretary
William S. Smith ........ . . . ............ Treasurer
Rev. H. G. Dodds, D.D. W. W. Gelvin
Rev. L. H. Bugbe-e, D.D. William Thomas
Rev. W. H. Crawford, D.D., LL.D. Rev. R. A.l3uzza
Rev. R. Rich B. L. Singley
REV. WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD, D.D., LL.D.
I I I
I iilouathan Haninett, D.D.
QD B K
Professor Emeritus and Librarian.
A.B., Allegheny College,
1839: AAI., Allegheny Col-
lege, 1843: D.D.. lfniversity
of Missouri, 18693 Professor
of Latin Language and
Literature, Allegheny Col-
lege, 1845-T33 Vice Presi-
dent, Allegheny College,
1862-8-lg Professor of Mathe-
matics and Astronomy. Al-
legheny College, 1882-84:
Emeritus Professor of Phi-
losophy, Allegheny College,
I 18843 Librarian, Allegheny
I William T. Dutton, C.E.
I BGDII, QJBK
Q' I Professor of Mathematics and Civil
I QE., Dartmouth conege, 18763
I ' Professor of Mathematics and, Vice-
Q Principal, C. V. S., Normal School,
I 1881-86, Professor of Mathematics,
I Edinboro Normal School, 1886-903
.I present position, 1890. 4
iellesigned July 1, 1906, to 3CCeP'f
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William A. Elliott, L.l-LD.
CID A QD, 111 B K
'Professor of Greek Language :ind Literature.
A.B., Allegheny College, 18893 AAI..
Allegheny College, 18923 L.H.D., Dick-
inson College, 1902g American School
of Classical Studies, Athens, 1894-55
Principal Preparatory School, Alle-
gheny College, 1889-923 ProfeSS0l' Of
Latin and Greek, 1892-42 Dlembef'
American Philological Associationl
member Archaeological Institute of
Americag p1'esent position. 1904.
retiring allowance from Carnegie foundation.
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TErnest A. Smith, Pl1.D.
I B C9 Il, QD B K
Professor of History and Economics.
A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University,
1888, A.M., 1891g Principal Valdosta
Collegiate Institute, 1889-93, Grradu
ate Student Johns HODIUHS UI1iVGI'Sil3Y,
1895-8, member of Ame-rican Histori-
cal Association, member Southern
History Society, member Americai
Economic Associationg. present posi
tion, 1898. A
. Clarence Frisbee Ross, A.M.
CID A GJ, CID B K
Bradley Professor Latin Language and
A.B., Allegheny College, 1891, A.M.,
Allegheny College, 18933 University of
Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1895-65
' Senior Fellow in Greek, University of
Chicago, 1898-93 'University of Berlin,
8 1896-7,4 'Professor of Greek and Ger-
A man, Missouri Wesleyan College-, 1901-
2g Instructor in Greek and Latin and
Principal of Preparatory School, Alle-
gheny College, 1892-5g' Assistant Pro--
fessor, 1895, Professor, 19005 member
American Philological Associationg
present position, 1902,
Fmnk C- L0CkW00d, Ph- D-, aala al Q elrii
A T A, ci: B K Liiii
Professor of English Language and Literature. 7
A. B., Baker University, 1892, A. M., 'p.i0j
Wesleyan University, 19025 Pn, D., Q
Northwestern University, 18963 Pro- 'LQIE L"' 'ziizi Egrg ,:,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,. , ,.,,.,,, f
fessor English Language and Litera- Vi"l::if: V
inre, Mi. Union couege, 1898-9, Pro- A
fessor of English, Kansas State Agri- ,.,
Cultural College, 1000-022 Present DO- .... .
, '-:- Qifif ffifsf if'i- : 82255:
vAbsent on leave, Sabbatic year.
P Robert S. Breed. Ph. D.
ct: r A., cb B K
Pr-:tiess-3-r of Diciogj: and Geology.
BS., Amherst College. 1898:
M. S.. University of Colorado.
1899: P. H. D.. Harvard Uni-
versity. 1902: Instructor in
Biologll University of Colo-
rado. 1898-99: University
Scholar. I-Iarvard Vniversity.
1899-1900: Assistant in Zo-
ology. Harvard l'niversity
1900-01: Austin Teaching
Fellow. Harvard l'niversity.
1901-02: Assistant in Zoology.
1 Biological Laboratory. Cold
the Advancement of Science:
gists: present position. 1902.
George A. Muliinger, 1'h.D.
Professor of German Language autl Litcrztturc. 1
A.l3., Northwestern University, 18853
D.l3., Garrett Biblical Institute, 18873
Student, University of Tubingen, 1889:
Student, University of Berlin, 1890-913
President of German College, Mt.
Pleasant, Iowa, 1892-3, Reader in
German, University of Chicago, 1804-
53 Head of Department of German,
VVendell Phillips 1-ligh School, Chicago,
1.897-119053 Ph.D., University of Chi-
cago, 19015 Member of Modern Lan-
guage Association of America: present
position, 1905. 1
II. litlwartl Wells. l'h.D.
A K li
l'roit-ssor ul tlit-tiiistry.
ll.S.. Alitltllebtiry College. lSfl-it
Giwttluate Student. Alitlrlleliury College.
1503: Graduate Student. l,t-ipsic l'ni-
versity, 1807: Instructor in t'heinistry.
lliddlelwury College. 1807-S: Instructor
in Chemistry. Wesleyan Vniversity.
1809-1901: Professor of Physics and
Chemistry. lleaver College. 1001: As-
sistant Professor in Chemistry. Alle-
gheny College. 1002-of.: Nlenilmr-r Asso-
ciation for the Advancement of Sci-
ence: Member of American Chemical
Society: present position. 1905.
Spring I-larhor: 1903. Mein-
ber American Association for
American Society of Zoolo-
I Margaret E. N. Fraser.
Professor of Romance Languages
Dean of Women.
A.B., University of Toronto,
1895, Fellow in English, Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, 1895-
98, A.M., University of Penn-
sylvania, 1896, Ph.D., Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, 1898,
Professor of Romance Lan-
guages, Elmira College, 1898-
1905, present position, 1905.
Camden M. Cobern.
A.B., Allegheny College, 1876, A.M.,
Allegheny College, 1879, S.T.B., Bos-
ton University, 1883, Ph.D., Boston
University, 1888, Member of Interna-
tional Congress of Orientalists, 1892,
D.D., Allegheny College, 1899, Mem-
ber of Society of Biblical Archaeology
of London, Life Associate Member
Victoria Exploration Funds, present
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B.S., Cornell University, 1890, Instructor in
Science, Carrollton, Illinois, I-Iigh School, 1890,
Professor of Natural Sciences, State Normal
Schocl, Natchitoches, Louisiana, 1890-92, Vice
Principal and Instructor in Science, Centennial
I-Iigh School, Pueblo, Colorado, 1892-94, Instructor
in Physics, Manual Training High School, Denver,
Colorado, 1894-96, A.M., University of Denver,
1900, PhD., 1902, Instructor in Astronomy and
Mathematics, University of I3enver,.Summer Ses-
sion, 1902, Member American Physical Society,
Fellcw American Association for the Advancement of Science, pres-
H. M. jWi1g'St.-ilff, Ph. D.
Ph.B., University of North Carolina,
18993 Professor of Mathematics in
Rutherford college, N. C., 1900-1902,
North Carolina Scholar, .Tohns-Hop-
kins University, 1902-19053 Fellow in
History, Johns-Hopkins University,
1905-19065 Ph.D., Johns-Hopkins Uni-
versity, 1906, Acting Professor of His-
tory and Economics, Allegheny Col-
Lemuel R. Brown.
A V, Q lf A'
A.B., Middlebury College, 1901g Head
of English Department, Seattle High
School, Seattle, Washington, 1901-2,
A.M., Harvard University, 1903, Acting
Professor of English and Oratory,
Olivet College, 1903-4, present posi-
Oscar P. Akers, Ph. D.
Assistant Professor ,of Mathematics.
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A.B., .University of Colorado, 1900,
Engineering School, University of
Colorado, 1900-01, A. M., University
of Colorado, 1902, Graduate Scholar,
Department of Mathematics, Cornell
University, 1902-04, Assistant in Math-
ematics, Cornell University, 1904-053
Ph.D., Cornell University, 19053 Mem-
ber of the American Mathematical
Society, Member Circolo Matematico
Di Palermo: present position, 1905.
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Guy Everett Snavely.
A.B., Johns-Hopkins Uni-
versity, 1901, Master of Latin
and Mathematics, The Nautical
Academy, Easton, Md., 1901-
02, Graduate Student, Ro-
mance Department, Johns-
Hopkins University, 1902-03.
1904-06, Associate Principal,
Milton Academy, Baltimore,
1902-05, Instructor in Mathe-
matics, U. S. Naval Academy
Preparatory School, Summers
of 1902 and 1903, Student at
the Alliance Francaise, Paris,
Summer of 1905, present po-
Alice 1-l.unting't0n Spalding.
Instructor in Expression and Physical Training.
Graduate of Cumnock School of
Oratory, Northwestern University,
1897, present position, 1897.
J. Harris hvV81'll61', B.S., Pl1.G.
Acting Physical Director.
Graduate, German American Gym-
nastics, Milwaukee, Wis., 1894, B. S.,
Valparaiso University, 1898, Physical
Director, Northwestern College, Naper-
ville, Ill., 1900-03, Harvard Summer
School, 1903-4, Ph.G., 1906, present
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'f5trange it is that, although under training for years
and years of his impressionable youth, he should reach
the fulness of manhood and citizenship without disci-
pline of body, Without trained respect for law, without
knowledge of his social obligations to his neighbor or
of the greater history of man in the struggle of the
masses for light and life and a fair share in the bounty
of :God's providence. ln a majority of cases he has
not even acquired what culture professes to give him -
disciplined powers of thought."- C. W. Larned.
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Yell-Kerno, kimo, rip tip clay,
Batter de bang, Whooper away,
1907 is just the thing.
W Rah, rah, rah, rah rah, rum,
Bif baf, bit baf, zick, sack, zum,
I-Iully buloo, hully bu-leven,
Alleghy! Alleghyi 1907!
President ....... ......... .... C h arles A. Hartung
Vice7President . .. .......... Ray Vosler
Secretary ...... ..... H enrietta Carroll
Treasurer .... ........ O lin Clark jones
Salutatorian. . .. . .Wallace He-rnmano Miner
Essayist .... .... I Anna Eleanor Marhoffer
Deelaimer .... . ..... Mary Rachel Cousins
Ladder Qrator . . ...... Floyd -Porter Weber
Historian ....... ........ lX lary Elizabeth Cousins
Prophet. . Q . ..
.. .Samuel Worthington Robinson
. . . . .Ralph Blaine Kightlinger
.. .Charles VV. Gill
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"Strive to be like Stanley" is a go-od motto.
HERBERT NETWELL ABBGTT.
Herbert is quite unobserving and unob-
served. He has unlimited possibilities, but
so has Chesty,
KATHERINE MQGRE ADAMS?
Tall, dignihed and s-eornful, though she
doesn't mean it. Leading lady in two col-
lege, eases last season., This season, has
starred in three-Phi Delt's-jones, Bright
and Mackey being the leading men. Candi-
date for QD B K. r
ivA BERKEY. .
A "Pan" girl- for three years, but this
year has- given her time and affairs into .the
hands of her faithful freshman. And she
still holds her chin as highas ever ! l
STANLEY X. BRIGHT?
A model Qsee dietionaryj, He never
misses in his lessons. Gut for the key.
"' Senior Six. Q2
HARRY MORRIS BROVVN, p
Thlsi .Young man tends strictly to his
business. With the aid of Hinds and Noble
he has successfully completed his college
course and is now ready to buck the Cold
HENRIETTA IOSEPHINE CARROLL.
Brilliant in mind and Complexion?
Usho-ws in her cheeks the roses of eighteen,
practiced to lisp and hang the head aside."
The Only girl who can keep time with Eddie
Crowe in talking French.
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ments which Mr. Coggon states.
cL1FFoRD JASON COGGON, p
"I was born of poor but honest parents.
Since coming to college I-have attained to
the following' honors: Sergeant-at-Arms,
Philo-Franklin, '05, Teller, Athletic Elec-
tion, 'o6g Toasteriat Fraternity Smoker, 707,
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AMX VALLIANT CQURTENAY.
Une of the many preachers' daughters
with which this college is infested. Quite
Lockwoodesque. ,Her Words How on like a
meandering brooklet, sometimes in delight-
fully pensive channels, sometimes in deli-
ciously nonsensical ones, but always with
ferver and. rythmical spo-ntaneity. Hat's
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MARY RACHEL CQUSINSF4
Rachel after laboring seven years has
found favor in the sight of Pharaoh, also a
haven for her brethren in this promised land.
The unregenerate deeds o-f her "Unchristian"
brother causes her many heart aches-but
these are of Miner importance.
WALLACE HERMAN MINER.
A defender o-f the faith. His ecclesias-
tical intonation is at once the joy and de-
spair of Alice. Displayed originality in the
manner of wearing his cap and gown. His
Rachael, however, abides by the good old
J. WILBUR EVAUL.
just like "Doc.'7x A ladies' 'man. Has a
laugh like a homesick mule. Familiarly
called "Bill." Wears loud sox.
ARCHIBALD WATSON DQNALDSON.
. "Doc.,' is engagedlto a town girl. Typi-
cal fraternity man. Father and pilo-t of the
Hanks Club for the past decade. Can re-
member Prexie before he was bald. Can
tell good tobacco a.t a hundred, yards but
will make good anyhow.
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FERNANDO TEMPLE FISH.
'4Unc." for short. Attaine-d fame and
notoriety in the colle.ge circus. Talks con-
tinually. Since Floss has thrown him
down he has deserted the hall-for some
fairer damsel. '
ETHEL CLARINDA FOWILER.
"A very good piece of Work, I assure you,
and a. merry." Always smilingg pleasant to
allg bright in every sense of the word.
Younger thanpjennie, but far superior QPU.
JENNIE MIL-DRED Foiwu-QR. y
A quaint maiden of the Puritan type, with
a gentle vein of humor. This year she has
become the focus of the attentions of the
college "photo phiendf' Her father says it
is "steady from no-W." I ,
DAN ARTHUR GARTNER.
His brother keeps a furniture store and
Dan stays there most of his time. Takes
time enough off to- attend classes. Immune
to college cases. A Riff-Raff. -
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CLARENCE HARRY GRIGGS.
A11 associate n1e111ber of Riff-Raft. ls
somewhat delicately CO11S'El11LllI6Cl a11d finds
it stre11uous to dispose of tl1e quality a11d
quantity of tobacco which tl1e habits of
Donaldson a11d Evaul require.
DGLPH AUGUSTUS HGCH.
Cl1arter 'fI1C1'11lDCI' of JOTfl11,S fraternity.
Known by l1is Van Dyke beard a11d high
marks under Dut.
'l' Senior Six.
CHARLES A. HARTUNGF:
Wfas elected Senior President because it
was certai11 tl1e Erats couldnhf aZ1s01'Z9 l1in1.
Had a hair-breadth escape from Freshmen,
which l1e loves to relate. Is sergeant-at
arms in tl1e Thoburn Club. '
REUBEN KENNETH HORN.
f 'A A -f :2 I Loves outdoor sports, mail pouch and
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""' :' ' Olga. Earned the title of "Boney,' by a
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-ezl r Stanley X. as with blind faith.
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HAROLD H. HULL.
A pluggeri and one of Lemmie's wind
sluggers. Used to have a. case o-n Josephine
Henrietta, but -says her damned chattering
with Cro-we cured him.f The first fellow
from Greenville to get a sheepskin.
RALPH EDVVARD IRWIN.
Hel' knows all about etymology,
He knows more than do-es Mr.. Edison,
Cures illswithout any medicineg
just because , A
Folks said he was p
A dtirned, learned, scientific man.
HATTIE OLIVIA JOHNSON.
Name: Miss Yawnson from Yamestown.
Hair: Yellow. Weight: 190 in the shade.
Wo'bbles like a duck. Speech: VSarcastic I
QallyjQ?j like the rippling of many waveS.
Remarks: Rarely smiles except when hard
pressed. "Where's Amy P" I
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OLIN CLARKE JONES.
'gOh, look who's here l" O. C. has earned
the title of 'iAlleghe-rool' Jones by showing
the Allegheny spirit which is lackingin other
men., A man who does things in college
ELUAH VVILSON KELLEY.
His clerical bearing has given him the
title of "Bishop" Has a charge, and yet he
can say f'darn" and raise sideburns. An
orator and a thoroughly .likable fellow.
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and will keep it up when he gets out. Like
t N' RALPH B. KIGHTLINGER.
Dutch, fat and funny. Star player for
Fat's basket ball team. Griginator of the
famous curtain play. Has a stand-in with
Dutt because of his delicacy of taste in se-
lection of tobacco. Floss don't mind it
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FRANCIS LQUIS LA BQUNTYW:
Has only one fault-he takes Lockwood
seriously. Lives with his books and his
journalistic work. Has won the hearts of
all Campus readers by editing a college
paper instead of a fraternal organ. 'fThe
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MARY ELIZABETH LYNCH.
Hails from Ireland, so her face says.
For pluck and perseverance she holds the
Senio-r banner. She can make Hilborn
smile, even after he's come from an Athletic
Board meeting. From Corry. "Nuf cedf'
VVALTER JOHN McCLINTOCK.
Has studiedhso much QPoliticalj econ-
omy that it's reacted on his anatomy. Had
a stand-in with Doc. Smith which wasn't
transferred to Wagstaff, so he's flunked
some. Awful fond of the girls.
RALPH GARFIELD McKINNEY.
Bid by LD A 11' and is proud he refused, but
still undecided. Will study law to please
his- fatherg still longs for the farm.
WILLIAM RoBERT MAIN. A
Has not co-mmitted himself as to his life-
vvork. Has taken such electives as will fit
.him equally well to be a cat-carver or a
foreign missionery. Is the sole. contestant
for the Heclzel prize. Passes tickets at the
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ANNA ELEANOR MARHGFER. I
Ano-ther daughter of Erin. Shows her
descent in her wit. Spouts French with
Mlle. Henrietta Josephine et Monseur
Crowe. Aspires to Latin, but more pro-
ficient in Bo-hunk.
GEORGE GRANVILLE MARTIN.
Holds some stock in Riff-Raff. Has
raised as much of a ripple in college as
"Hans" Mulflnger's hair. A deserving boy
as near as' we can find out.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MILLER.
The Drummer Boy of Allegheny and the
Bill Nye of short pants., A case 'where the
name belies the man-because Benny never
ran a newspaper nor sailed a' kite, but as
The Girl From the Golden West says,
"things will seem like hell when you're
FRANK PURL MILLER?
Hails from Conneaut Lake, about which
the R. R. folders say "growing larger, better
and more popular every year." Says he will
marry money. 'As sure to win as the Wliite
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MORSE ELLIS DOANE.
Scarcely ever seen on the campus and
heard less. Following in the footsteps of
his name-sake-Samuel F. B. Morse. Said
to be a beaner in Math.
FLQRENCE HESTER PHILLIPS.
The Phillips sisters made their appear-
ance in Allegheny three years ago. Florence
was distinguished from her sister by her
glasses and swan-like neck. Her first catch
was "Unc.,' Fishg her latest, "Kite" At
work on her thesis: "The Phillips Sisters in
Ireland, or How to Giggle Witliotit Snig-
geringf' I I
ELIZABETH MAE ROBERTS.
just think that all these years she has
had a case in Bucknell and we didn't know
it -! ! I But we never did think she'd be a
school marm. I
sAM'L gwoRTH1NoToN RoBINsoN.
5 Had the nerve to question Bill's knowl-
edge. 'P In. love. Generally wears a happy
smile and nhli' as straw hat. Canpreach beauti-
fullyg-has a masterly way thatcarries con-
viction-.tiiil 'W-anted the Campus to run a
eulogyon J. Harris. As we said before,
Sam has nerve.
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A Riff-Raff., Has a surprising way of
saying "H-h-h-he-hello" in your ear. Insists
on keeping the conversation going, whether
there is occasion or not. Shark at Math.
MARY 'ANN SLATER. 1
"Merely Mary Annf' but now it is a case
of 5fSo long, Mary." Always ready to smile, I
but never known to laugh. Uses M. Emma
N's whisper when she recites. Pulls As.
LARUE EREE SMITH. I
One of the men who did England in a
side-door Pullman. Makes semi-weekly
visits to Vallo-nia. A silent, though smiling
I, member of the Athletic Bo-ard.
FRANK TENNEY STOCKTO N.
Has done everything a man could do in a
four years course. Eamiliarly known' as
f'Odysseus." We presume there is ai faith- I
ful Penelope somewhere-at 0. W. U.,
tho' Verna doen't know it. Recites Greek
with the intonation of an Elliott.
FLoYD PoRTER WEBER.
Mildifas- ia ,baked apple. .Never differs
with anyone. Always on hand to boost his
class and has always had his shoulder to the
RAY vosLERj s
i Wears a self-depreeiating grin and a sur-
tout fraineoat. A deeidedhit in Elocution
IV, his specialty being an impersonation of
the dead Caesar. Is in love with the dearest
girl in the World, one of ten' down in Devon-
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"We are leaving the bay,
.The ocean lies before us."
The class of ,O7 is leaving the bay.' Allegheny has for
four long happy yearsaffo-rded the yellow and white a harbor
from which it has made sundry inland journeys up the rivers
that flow into the bay. S
Our sails are set and before we go we pause toutell yo-u
what treasures and trophies we have added during this last
year to our already great collection.
VVe were. the first large Freshman class at Alleghe.
Where is our crew now? Genero-sity was ever a virtue with
us. We gave the best of last 'year's class to it andito us
the class o-f 'o8 owes its best. we have on bo-ard a great cargo
of our four years' sp-oils-so many that we can only enumerate
those of 'o7. q T q ,
First there's the debate-It will give the Juniors some
embarassment to think of lost debates. Thus we pass
lightly over it. We instituted the first annual dinner for
Seniors, which, my dear juniors, let me say, does not take the
place of the annual banquet. Our annual banquet came later.
It was we who, as Freshies, allowed the junio-rs and Sophies,
by posted permits, to hold their banquet o-f 'o4. It was we
who, as juniors, withheld the permission last year, saving
'that privilege as our very own for this year's pleasure. At the
Vlfashingto-n Birthday Banquet we bore ourselves with befitf
sting dignity, proving well that in spite of the seemingly child-
ish antics of our frolicsome moods, we, as a class are -capable
of bearing ourselves with .dignity and poise. But those jun-
iors! Shrouded and pale! QP.oo-r ghostslj In night caps and
gowns appeared ghastly and forsaken to the horror of all as-
sembled. - f , 4
Qur mo-desty prevents 'recounting further Senior honors
and Junior disgraces. VVe herebywant to 'draw your attention
to our crew, Captain Hartung, Pilot Stockton, First Mate
Bright, Lieutenant Gill, Second Mate L'aB'o-unty and Middy
Mackey. You can hear. them now on deck, making ready for
our departure. Let us bid you "farewell', before the signal
sounds, for S '
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The ocean lies before us." -Historian
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Are We in it? Well, just Wait!
We're the Class of Nineteen Eight!
. Nineteen Eight! Nineteen Eight!
We"re 'the' Class of Nineteen' Eight!
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President, . , . .
Seretar.y-Treasurer. . .I
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Anderson, Ro-be-rt VVilliam, CD A 111
Andrews, Archibald Dickson, CII I' A ..
Andrews, Ethel Aurelia, 02. Q ..... 1
Andrews, Robert Parker, CD A 111. . .
Baker, VVynona, CD 2. . I. .0 .... . .
Beebe, Josette Hilda, GJ 2 E. .
Brown, Oscar Minnsi . Q f. N
Callahan, Richard Beatty ......
Cappeau, Williain Arthur, A T A . . .
Colter, Thomas Archibald, 2 A E ..
...R. R. Russell
. .R. P. Andrews
. . .Mclieesport
. . . . .Reibold
. . .Meadville
. . .Meadvi
. . .Meadvi
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Cooley, Fred Boughton .........
Cro-we, Edward Francis, CID K III . .
Danford, Juanita Bernice, K A CD ....
Dermitt, Jennie Lyster, K A GJ . . .
Etter, Elizabeth ,Katherine ........
Finley, Phoebe Lockard, K A GD . ..
Fullerton, Clifford Sherman, A T A
Criesey, ,Earle McAdams, CD A GJ ....
Ginn, Robert, fl? F A ....... . .....
Greer, Charles Tho-mas, Cb A46-D. . . .
Hamm, Harry Hess, 2 A E .....
Hart, May Esther, C9 2 .......
Henry, Olga Riene, A X Q .....
Hepiinger, Lillian, QE .......
Hilborn, Howard Davidson .....
Houser, Otto Henry, A T A .....
Trvine, Francis ..............
King, Merle William, G9 A 1If ....
Knapp, Frank L., CID 1' AL ..... .
Lick, Maxwell no john, que .... .
Eyon, Fannie Wfinifred .........
Lyon, Richard Addison, GD A III
McGranahan, Elma .............
Mackey, Wm. T., CD A CD, .......... .
Martin, Chauncey james ...... '.
Miller, Arthur Devoe Powell, 111 A GD- ....
Miller, Karl Andrew. . . Q. ...... . . .
Neale, Nulu Nihilson, K AQ .......
Nelson, Hugh McCune, fIJK1If ....
Perry, A. C., CIJAGJ ..............
Phillips, Harriette Bell, K A GJ. . .
Pratt, Joseph Dover ...........
Russell, Raymond R., A T A. . .
Seipp, Willa Frances .........
Siggins, Ralph, 2 A E. L . L L ....
'Smith, Frank Glenroy, 'GIA if ....
Stanley, Harry Homer .........
Thomas, Donald Steadman .......
Thomas, William Evan, CID A GJ ....
Wright, Helen Lucy, CD E ........
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. . .Duquesne
. . . . . .Franklin
. . . ,East Greene
. . . . . .McKeesport
Wheeling, W. Va.
. . .New Castle
..... C. .Knox
. . . .Punxsutawney
.. . . . . . .. .Meadville
Jamestoiwn, N. Y.
. . . . . .Paulding, O.
. . ,. .Meadville
. . . .Meadville
. . . . Millvale
. . . Meadville
. . . .New Castle
. . .New Castle
. . . .Pittsburg
. . . . .Meadville
. . . .Reynoldsville
. .Youngstown, O.
. . . . . . .Wampum
. . .S .Meadville
. . . .Pittsburg
. . . ..... Tidioute
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f T Junior History
A ,chronological record of the events' which have hap-
pened .during the career of the class of .1908 as set' down by
the class historian and here published for the first time. ,H
' When' we entered Allegheny College, we were indeed a
Verdant Bunch. We wencled our way singly and in pairs to
the Roaring Lion's Den and were there handed a work'card
and a slip-I hereby agree that I shall not join the .Theta Nu
Epsilon fraternity, etc. We had about as good a knowledge
of Theta Nu Epsilonas a man a la porte. T A '
' The most momentous event of- this first week was -the
visitto the shrine of the "Great I Am," where the famous lec-
tures to Freshmen are still delivered. Suggestions too num-
erous to mention were made, crowding so fast on one another
that each one completely ousted thepreceding one. A
Shall we ever forget the Fall reception! After washing
our faces, we presented ourselves at the gym. and ran the
After this ordeal, someclasped our hand, saying, "I am
Mr. So and So-. 'VVhof are you P" After asking us the usual
run of questions-by way of -conversing, etc., we were taken
in tow and introduced to- each other. D
One night about three weeks after our marticulation we
were awakened by the sho-uts of '08, 'o8, this way 'o8. We
tumbled from bed kno-wing instinctively that the Sophs were
out-this only 2 a. m. We repaired to the field back of the
gym.-a spaced that some day in the far, far future we hope
to call the Athletic held. Here we discovered the enemy. Af-
ter a sharp hand-to-hand lightcin which Freshie was as often
matched against Freshie as Soph, we foundourselves alone.
Then Max Lick, our plucky president, called us together and
told us what was expected. We followed our 'leader until we
came to the hiding place of the So-phs. Although there were
on-ly about a dozen of them they were the pluckiest men in
college. Souse-a bucket of paste was doused into the bunch
of Freshies. 'fCome on, fellows," and the scrap was on. Ref-
sult-several black eyes, 'Sophs routed, posters all down.
But the next day-+shall I ever forget it! They bunched
together going to chapel. The Sophs did likewise and 'fried
to push us into the ravine. No- chapel for us! We put on
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our green and white ribbons and with our lusty yell, "Straw-
berry shortcake, Blueberry pie, V'-I-C-T-Q-R-Y, Are we in it?
Well just wait, We're the class of IQO8,,, we prepared 'to de-
fend them. No classes that morning. A Soph snatched our
colors. Freshie snatched the-Soph. and then "wheel to the
imidd.1.e.and..fOuf hands 'roundlg' .The Sop-hs -by-11:-go had-ene
tirely disappeared. The Freshies were out for bloo-d, but we
could not satisfy ou--r desires. No one appeared tontake up our
challenges and we returned to our rooms to await the cane
rush 'at i4':3o. , N
, Of' course, 'o8 won. This game old hang-together, stick-
ftogether bunch never lost .anything excepta debate. I
In order to. get ahead, the upper classes and Sophs framed
iso-me rules to be observed bythe Freshies. They were ob-
served for a day or two, then-"Oh where, oh where are those
green caps gone." Nothing doing until the, Washington ban-
Qquet. .In the meantime we had become acquaintedlwith that
illustrious .background of 'CWm. Q
First came dear old Dutt.-fMath. at 9:10. Oh how our
ears smart as we think of the delightful hours we spent in his
room. U r ' i . Q
How we pitied those under "Billy Goat" Gurney and
Lockwood with his stereotyped bombastic phrases. Then
.Bernstorff,,Rossi andthe others that dealt in the ancient and
.modern hieroglyphics-aroused our ire and indignation for
many things which seemed to us to show narrowness, or our
admirationbyl some unexpectedfavor which-they would grant..
f'Oh, for tho-se happy days." - i
Gur- Sophomore year was simply- -a -repetition rof- 'our
Freshman year. We swept everything before us. Then came
our junior year, 'the best of all, when we could lay down the
law, stand by and look wise. ,But our number was greatly de-
pleted by the third year, yet we make up in quality what .we
lack in quantity. All the athletic teams have had members
of the class of 'o8. The stars of ,OS have since' shone in all
phases of college life. p '
I-Iere's to our glorious class,
Loyal to green and white,
' We shall ever strive for her honor
And uphold' her with all our might.
IN THE SPRING, THE YOUNG lNIAN'S FANCYQ'
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1909, She's A11 Right!
M ' , Officers.
Vice-President . . .
Po-et .' .... ...
Historian . .
' Class Roll. '
Aiken, William James, CID F A ..
Ball, Wendell Phillipp .... l .
Beatty, Mabel Alicia
Bethune, Laura Edith ....
Bond, Mary Louise ..
Bullock, Hazel ........... .
Burchard, Charles Winlield ..
Carpenter, Harley D., A T A . .
Cole, Wilson Griffin, CID A GJ ....
Cole, Ralph Richard, T A .
Cravner, William' Charles, CID K 1If
Crawford, Roscoe Campbell, A T A.
Deemer,.' Paul C., 2 A E .........
Elkin, Co-rtlandt Whitehead ....
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.. Miss Fugate
. . Q ..... W. L. Mould
Miss Grace Thomas
.Miss Ethel Mills
. . .Po-rt Perry
. . .North Girard
'. . .Turtle Creek
. . . .Meadville
. . .Glass Port
. . . . .Lisbon,, G
. . .Smicksburg
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. . .Pittsburg
Fitch, Jessie Frances, GD E .... ...Greenville
Flaugh, William Calvin, QD A XII . . . .... Meadville
Fugate, Edith Lucinda, K K F ..
Gillett, Emma Aline, K K 1' .....
Grauel, Florence May, K A GJ ....
Houghton, Elizabeth Gladys, 60 E
fohnson, Charles Wesley ......
Keister, john Ridinger, C15 K 111. . ..
Knoell, William Frederick, CIJFA.
Lewis, Charles Fletcher ..........
Lindsley, .Leon Jesse .....
Lord, Leroy Isaiah .........
McKinney, Florence May ......
McKinney, John Hudson, GD A 111 ....
McKinney, William Lord .....
McNees, Sterling Glenn, CID FA ....
Martin, Chauncey James .......
Miller, Ralph Erskine, CID KKII ....
Ripley, N. YI.
. . . .Braddock
. . . . .Irwin
. . .Pittsburg
. . . .Meadville
.5 ..... Corry
. . .Gakmont
. . . . .Franklin
. .New Castle
Mills, Ethel May, GD 2 .. ..... ...Waterford
Millward, William .......... ..... C rafton
Miner, George Lewis . . . Q ........ ....... M eadville
Morrison, Bruce Manville, 2 A E
Morrison, Maurice Everard, A T A
Mould, William Leighton, ATA.
Nichols, Mary Gertrude, K K I' . .
Parsons, Percy Paul, CIDA GD ....
Peters, Charles Orley, 2 A E . . .
. Lock Haven
. . .... New Kensington
. . . .... New Kensington
. ........... Sharon
Rist, Bessie Vera, K K 1' ........ .... D awson
Rodkey, Clara May, ............. ...Kittanning
Sansom, Mary Moorhead, K A QD ..... Clarion
Schaffner, Perry -Blaine,-fb F A . . . ...... Pueblo
Sherwin, Lou Woodside, CLD F A . . .... Munhall
Skellie, Fred Albert, QD K 1If ....
Sowash, Carrie Lillian, K K I' ....
Stewart, Charles Franklin ......
Thomas, Grace ...........
Vlfheeling, Clara, A X S2 .... . . .1
. . .North East
. . . . .Irwin
. . .Union City
. .Gil City
. Sophomore History . s
' There eXists,'as one of Allegheny's choicest possessions, a
massive chest, whose material is of never-decaying wood. It
is co-vered with dust now for its 'great lid has not been raised
for a whole year. But we are about to open this dignified chest,
which, so stately and magnificent in its appearance, is only two
years old. It is of the most delicate handiwork, and the per-
fection of its entire making' permits it to stand as a symbo-l
of the class whose histo-ry we now shall drop into it-the class
of 1909. T '
This is the second time that a manuscript record of our
class will have been put intothe chest. I cannot tell you here all
that there is in this history. 'I can but assure you that we have
made record of the sorrows and mistakes and selfish aims of
our class as well asof its joys and successes and causes for
boasting. Other classes have ever given to Sopho-mores the
reputation ofbeing boastful. Let me disprove that. We are
a selfish' class. 'Se-lfish, you say? And when? Well, first at
the cane-rush. Lined up against the great body of new
students 'we to-o-k from them the first prize of the year which
would have meant so- much to them.
'i In the class roomwe have tried to hold o-urselves in re-
straint, and tried to be humble when some of our number
proved 'themselves wiser than the Profs., but we fear we have
at times been impulsive in spite of-ourselves, and this is indeed
a grievous fault. Now I want to tell you a secret. We have
recently completed a satisfactory Math. I. trot, guaranteed to
do away with iiunkers. We were able to do this because of
o-ur mastery over the subject last year. Prof. Akers is
anxious for Freshmen to secure copies of the book at
once, but we prefer that none be sent out until our classifi-
cation frees us from the customary accusation against Sopho-
mores. The ,honor would be to-o great as yet.
We selfish? Yes indeed. Why there's th-at debate, our
second victory of the kind., Another prize taken from the
Freshmen and so easily too.' Then co-mes the Senior-Sophob
more banquet, a selfish pleasure from beginning to end. SUCI1
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the Hall! And last of all, the climaxt of Our enjoyments, Dr.
Wi1lia.m H. Crawford, .President of Allegheny College, was on
hand to assist the ladies o-ut o-f the sleighs, and more than that,
he even provided official esco-rts for the town girls. At the
Hall door were the dignitaries ofHulings lined up to welcome
thehgirls who had safely returned. Were the Freshmen out?
Some of the girls tried a few "old-fashioned" stunts, but what
did they amount to! U
But I must be brief, and simfply call attentio-n to other
proofs of- our selfishness. We graced the Washingtonis Birth-
day Banquet with two toasts, a quite unheard of honor and
surely we were vain. And then o-ur Mr. Cfravener Cwho no
longer "eats 'em alive"j stole that Wakefield prize. Mr.
Sherwin-bless his bones-has aspired to the Y. M. C. A.
presidency, and sta-rs from our constellation gleam brightly
in athletics, literary clubs and in fact everything worth while.
Yes, we are truly selfish, and uncharitable. Fain would I con-
tinue and tell you more of wha.t the memory chest will con-
tain, but now the dust is brushed away from the top, the key
is turned in the lock, and we raise the lid. Our manuscript
is tied with blue and white ribbons, symbolizing the truth and
loyalty of our class, and as we drop it in we think with glad
hearts of its safe, eternal keeping in .achest who-se hasp is de-
votion, whose hinges fidelity, whose sides fortitude and whose
edges are bound -with joys and sympathy. 'Thus do we add
one more year to our history.
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' Colors-Red and White.
' I We're the class of nineteen ten!
A Ninteen ten! Nineteen ten!
We're the class of nineteen ten!
- C Officers.
Wm. L. Stidge-r .... ......
R. L. Phillips ..... '. . .
Miss Margaret ,Beebe . .
S. L.: Maxwell . . . ..
Miss Mary Green I.
Herbert K. Dennis . . .A . ..
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Andrews, Grover Charles, ...... . . .
Akin, ,Jo-anna, . . L . . .p A '
Baker, Clarence, A T A
Bartoo, Bernard Arlo . . . . . .
Beebe, Margaret. Hyde CD A2
Benedict, Lee Landseer .......
Berry, Ethel Miller ............... . ..
Birchard, Edith Elizabeth, A X Q . .
Blasdell,.David Joslin ...........
Bly, Lena Ro-salia, CPD 2. . . .
Boyd, Reuben Earl, fb K KP ..
Bright, Frederick, CID A GD .......
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. . . .Vice-President
.g ....... Secretary
' .... Treasurer
' .... Historian
. . . ...... Poet
. . .Connea.ut Lake
H .... I. .Titusville
.. . .Butler
. . . .Greenville
. . . .Meadville
. . ...... Titusville
. . . . .Sheridansville
4. . .Dayton, N. Y.
. . .She-rnian, N. Y.
. . . New Castle
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Brown, Frank Boyle ..............
Bunce, Mildred Florence ......
Burt, William. Wright, CD 1' A ............
Braymer, Clyde Stewart, GJ- A 111. . . . .
Campbell, Andrew McFarland, A TA
Campbell, Edward Percy, fl? F A A. ..
Campbell, Sophia Bell ........
Chase, Louise, A X Q ......
Chilcote, Thomas Franklin
'Clulow, George Henry .....
Cottingham, Nellie Mary .....
Cousins, Benjamin Franklin
Croasmun, Dale Forest, 111 F A ....
Crowell, Earl McVay ..... - .......
Dennis, Herbert Knight, CID A GD ....
Diffenderfer, Roy Ormond, A T A . . .
Douthitt, Carl Czerney, A T A ....
Drum, Raymond Borland, 2 A E
Duerr, Philip William, CIJKMI1' .....
Dungan, Helen Amelia, GD E ....
Enterline, Karl Preston .......
Ferrall, William Ello, 2 A E . . .
Fitzgerald, Irene Ray ........
Fixel, William G-ustaf, CID K III
'Gahan, James Reid, CID K llf .... G. . .
Gaston, Marie Eleanor, K K 1'
Gehr, Ernest Ray, CID A GD ..........
Gould, Harley Nathan .........
Grandey, Jose-ph LeRoy, ......
Greene, Mary Bertha, A X -S2 ....
Hamaker, Charles Townsend ....
Hammett, Lottie Shirley, K A o ....
Hatch, Bernice Gertrude, K K F ....
'Haywa.rd, Anna Walker, K K I' ....
Hickernell, Louis Max, CID I' A. Q .
Hilborn, Claire Egbert ........
Howard, Grace Alberta, K A QD . . .
Hubbard, Earle N., ............
. . . Leechburg
. . .Meadville
. . .Meadville
. .. .... Butler
. . . .Braddock
. . . . . .Butler
. . .Greenville
. . .Meadville
. . .Meadville
. . .Waterford
. . . . .Hadley
. . . .Redclyffe
. . .Meadville
. . . . . .Butler
. . .California
. . .Meadville
. .Lisbon, 0.
. . . . .Clarion
. . .Meadville
. . .Titusville
. . .Meadville
. . . .Meadville
. . . . . .Pittsburg
. .Unio-n City
. . . .Fredonia, N. Y.
. . . .Saegerto-wn
. . . . . . . .Titusville
. . . Jerome, N. Y.
Humes, Georgia Ella ..... . ..... '. . . .Cambridge Springs
illingworth, Katherine Mae, KA C-D .. .. ....... Insein, Burma
fo-nes-, Clare Newton .............. .............. . Corry
jones, Julia Martha ...... .. ..... . ........ Kane
Kauffman, Rose M. ........ Q.. ..... Dunkirk, N. Y.
Lamb, Harold Henry, I' A ....
Lauffer, Verna. Frances, K K F. .
...ewis, Mattie May, Q- 2 .......
Lytle, Lenore Y., K A CID ....
McCall, Clarence Andrew ....
McLean, Ellen Leone, KKF .....
McLean, Mabel Grace, A X Q . .
. ........... Union City
Marcy, Charles Howard, CIJFA .... .....
.... . .Wilkinsburg
. . . . .Harrison City
. . . . .Greenville
. . . .... Meadville
Mason, James Edward ........... ........ W ilmerding
Maxwell, Samuel Laverne, Q1 A CD . . .
Melville, Jean Ellen ..........
Miller, Grace Hattie, K A C-D . . .
Miner, John Lynn, fb A GJ
Morgan, Walter Leslie .......
Murray, Helen Grace, K A CD ....
Murray, Norman Daniel . . . .
Nelson, Andrew Julius ..........
CP'Connor, James Walker, CID A C9
Parso-ns, Caroline, A X Q' .....
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Penman, Essex ........... , . . . ..... West Newton
Phillips, Roy Laverne, A T A . . . ....... Meadville
Pratt, Maud 'Alice ........... .... R eynoldsville
Riblet, Harry Gaillard ....... .............. E rie
Robinson, Elisha, Jr., 21A E .... ...Parker's Landing
Ruhling, George Hutze- . .....
S-cott, Bert Llewellyn,
Seidel, Harry Clyde .........
Shep-pard, William Johnce ....
Shires, Cecelia Forney, A X S2 .
Smith, Hazel Gladys ..........
Smith, Lillie La Verne, GD 2 . . .
sieeie, Ethel May, A X Q ....
Steffy, john Logan ...........
Stewart, Erank Everhart, QD A C-D.
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Strickland, Alice May .... . .Cattaraugus, N. Y.
Swick, William Arthur ....... Beaver Falls
Tillo-tso-n, Mable Ida, ......... Corry
Urick, Alfred William .......... .... M eadville
Von Storch, Mary Ritter 'K A Q . . . ...... Bradford
Vo-sburg, Susanna Martina ...... .... A ttica, N. Y.
Walker, Wallace De-lamater .... Meadville
Walters, Mary Estelle ....... ....... M eadville
Ward, Grace Virginia ..... A ....... ......... , .Meadville
Weeter, Harry Montgomery, CIDFA . . .... New Bethlehem
White, Helen Cromwell, K A GD .... ........ B radford
Wilkinson, Abram .... I ......... .... M eadville
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E May 15, 1990.
To the Editor of The Kaldron:
Dir Sir:-During sum resurch wurk concerning the time
that Allegheny Kolleg akwired the ground on which 'Kokran
I-Iall now sta.nds, I ran akro-ss a do-cument entitled, "I-Iistory
ofthe Freshmen, Class o-f 1910. VVondring how a class cud
be so ilustrus that its histofrie went down in the annals of Al-
legheny Kolleg I glanced thru it. I sune diskovered the se-
kret of its preservation for it was such a fair statement of the
trials and trium.phs of an ideal Freshman class, I red it before
the faculty and they una.nimo-usly requested me to- send it to U
.for publication that it mfig1ht.s-erv as an inspi-ration for the
coming Freshman class. ' '
HS-eptember 19, IQO6, found the faculty, the students of
Allegheny College, in fact the whole city of Meadville. in a
great state of excitement over the line 'appearance of the
young people' who registered intonthe Freshman class. The
indomitable spirit which has prevailed throughout the career
of the Freshmen class first made its appearance when they or-
ganfizedon September 22, electing their president on that day
andltheremaining class o-flicers on the 24th. Great was the
consternation among the upper classmen-when they learned
that the Freshm.en had organized' without waiting for the
other classes to take the lead. ' , 1 ' .
I "Qn September the 29th, the Sophomores put up posters
setting fo-rth the m-erits of the Freshman class, but the Fresh-
men, notapproving of the Rhetoric in which they were writ-
ten, tore them down be-fore the paste was dry and in turn: on
Oct. 2, a.fter drivin.g the bunch with the yellow streak fthe
so'phomore,sj to their ro-o-ms, put up the famous "Wofggle
Bugl' posters. The next morning at Chapel time the yellow
Cdenoting the fighting qualities: of tlie Sophs. the night be-
fo-rej "Wo'ggle Bug" posters were still up. A rush ensued in
front of the Chapel in which three' times the Sophs. were
pushed over the bank. .
I ."The girls, too, possessed their share of this class spirit
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and on the eve of the cane rush, discovering that the Sopho-
more girls had swiped their doo-r keys, they posted guards to
keep their eye-s on the So-phomlores vvho, vvhen they stole out
in the vvee small hours- of the m-orning to- lock. the Freshman
girls up in their rooms, were surprised by the Freshmen and
comfpletely put to rout. F
"The Sophomores challenged the Freshmen to- a cane rush
and vvon it on Gct. 6. :After supper of the same day, the Soph-
omore girls gathered at the fo-ot of the stairs in Hulings and
Were making such a deafening racket over their victory that
out o-f consideration for the Dean, the Freshman girls gave
them a free shovver bath which soon scattered them. F
"Knowing that the Freshman class vvas not to be com-
manded, the So-phomores Veqzfzested that the Freshmen vvear
green caps, which they magnanimously consented to do and
they gladly appeared in them 'on December II, deeming them
a badge- of honor and counting it a privilege to- be a' Freshman
and having the honor of wearing them. -
, "The course'of evenets Hovved smoothly on until Feb. 15,
when the Senioirs and 'Sophomo-res held a banquet at Conneaut
Lake. They will not so-on forget the reception which the
Freshmen and Juniors gave them on their return, in the con-
fusion o-f which one of the Freshmen secured for souvenirs
most of the Senior president's-- vvool-in-other' Words: Hart-
ung's hair vvas cut by the Freshmen. 'Here again, the Fresh-
man girls were "johnny on the Spot," and locked the beds of
the truant upper classmen in the gymnasium. This resulted
in a six weeks' campus, which the Freshman girls bore vvith
cheerful spirits and' lightened with' Weekly spreads and a class
meetingor tvvo. The campus did -not prevent the girls from
turning out to the Sophomore-Freshman debate which took
place on February IQ and in which the So-phomores were vic-
torious. ' T - p' a r
. "These brilliant successes and -fevv defeats were but step-
ping stones to the great triumph of the, Freshmen at the Wash-
ington banquit. It would take pages to describe their victory
and the great applause they received. Witliiotit doubt it Was
the greatest victory anyclass ever experienced. Never before
ni the history of the school has any class been asfked by the
faculty to parade around the banquet hall to show their mag-
nificent costumes. . That honor belonged lirst to the class of
19Io., The Sopho-mores Were simply "non est" and in addia
tion to their insignificance the Freshmen swiped their songs
and sang them at the banquet.
y g'Qn their return from the Faster 'Vacation the girls of the
Freshman class held' an Emancipation Banquet in Hulings
-Hall, Where fried chicken and ice cream abounded and Where
the Spirit of the Freshman class was clearly dominant. Their
only regret was that the "Powers that ben prevented their
brothers from being With. them." h '
Thus ended the "Histo-ry of the Freshman Class" as the
unearthed do-cumenthad it. A record of the-,years sin-ce then
could only be told in volumes, t Sufficient to-. say that our fair
Women and brave men learned no-t. for school but for life a-nd
to-day they are all numbered among the Great.
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Washington and Jefferson College
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Brooklyn Polytechnic University
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Washington Alumni Association' .... .... W ashington, -D. C.
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Nebraska Alumni Association. .. ---- Li11C01I1, Neb-
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J. M. Cooper, M.D'. 1 VValter G. Harper 1
John D. McCoy George Seiple Davenport
E. A. Hempstead Capt. 'Wesley B. Best
Col. Lewis Walker Ned Arden Flood A A
Frank F. Lippitt- Archibald L. Irvin
W. D'. Hamaker, 'M.D. A Vlfalter Dewey '
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Georgia Beta ---- .
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. . . . . .Amherst College
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- - - -Cornell University
- - - - -Columbia -University
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lafayette College
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. - - - .University of Pennsylvania
. . . . . . . . . . . .Lehigh University
- - - - - - -Pennsylvania State
- - - - - - - - - - -University of, Virginia
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-Washington and Lee University
- - - - - -University of North Carolina
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- - - - - . . - - - -Central University
- - - - -Vanderbilt University
- - - - -University of the South
- - - - -University of Georgia
- - - - - - - -. .Emory College
- - - - - - - - - - - - -Mercer University
- - - - - - - - - -Uni-versity of Alabama
- - - -Alabama Polytechnic Institute
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- - -- - -Ohio Wesleyan University
- - - - - - - - - - - - -Ohio State. University
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- - - - - - - -University of Michigan
- - - - - -Indiana' University
- - - - - -Wabash College
- - - - -Butler, College
- - - -Franklin College
- - - - -Hanover College
. . . . . .DePauw 'University
. . . . . . . .Purdue University
- - -Northwestern University
- - -University of Chicago
. . . . . . .Knox College
- - - -Lombard University
- - - - -University of Illinois
- -University of Wisconsin
- - - - - -University of Minnesota
---Iowa Wesleyan University
- . . -.--- I. - -University of Iowa
. - . . . . - - - -University -of Missouri
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Kansas Alpha .....
Nebraska Alpha- . .
Mississippi Alpha- .
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Detroit, Mich.. ,
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- - - - -Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- - - - . - .Worcester Polytechnic Institute
. . . . . . . . . . . .-Cornell University
- - - -University of Syracuse
- - - - -Columbia University
- - - -St. Stephen's College
- - - - - - - - -Allegheny College
. . .......... Dickinson College
. . . . .Pennsylvania State College
- - - - - - -"-Bucknell 'University
- - - - - - - - - - - -Gettysburg College
- - - - - -University of Pennsylvania
- - - - -George Washington University
School of Applied Science
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Virginia Sigma --------
North Carolina Xi--
N-orth Carolina Theta-
South' Carolina Gamma- - -
Michigan Iota Beta-
Michigan Alpha ----
- - - - -University of Virginia
----Washington and Lee University
- - - . - -University .of North Carolina
- - - - - - - - -Davidson College
- - - - - . - - -Wofford College
-. --University of Michigan
. ....... ...Adrian College
- - . - - - - -Mt. Union College
- - - -Ohio- Wesleyan University
...University of Cincinnati
- - . - - - - - . - - - -Ohio State University
Indiana Alpha ---.
Indiana Beta ---..
Indiana Gamma ------
Illinois Psi Omega ..--
Illinois Beta- -
Illinois Theta .....
Minnesota Alpha- - -
Wisconsin Alpha .....
Alpha Mu -...
- - - - - - - - -- - - - - -Purdue University
- - - - -University of Indiana
. - - .Northwestern University
- - - -University of Illinois
. . - -University of Chicago
- . - - .University of Minnesota
- - - -University of Wisconsin
- - - - .University of Georgia
- - - - - - -Mercer University'
- - - -Georgia .School of Technology
- - - - - - - - - - -Southern University,
. . . . . . . .University of Alaba.ma
- - - - -Alabama Polytechnic Institute
- - - - - - - - - - - -University of Missouri
- - - - - - . - - - - -Washington University
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Colors-Orange and Maroon.
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MEMBERS INITIATED IN JUNE, 1906. '
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Rev. Frank M. Kerr, D. D. ' D. D. - .
. - Herbert W. Rand, Ph. D.
Annual Address June 19, 1906.
H Ida M. Tarball, L. H. .D. A
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Nu Alumnae.. ....
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. . . .University of Vermont
. . . . .Toronto University
. . . .Syracuse University
. . . . . V. .Swarthmore College
. . . .Woman's College of Baltimore
. . . . .A . .Brown University
. . . . . . . .Barnard College
. . . . . . . .DePauw University
Indiana State University
. . .A ....... Butler College
. . . . .Wooster University
.University of Michigan
. . . . .. .Allegheny College
Q . . Q ...... Albion College
. . . - .Ohio State University
. . .Vanderbilt University
...University of Illinois
...University of Kansas
.University of Nebraska
University of Minnesota
University of Wisconsin
. . . . -University of Texas
. .Washington University
. . . .Leland Stanford Jr. University
. . . .University of California
. . .New York City, N. Y.
. . . . .Bur-lington, Vt.
. . . .Syracuse, N. Y.
. . . . .Pittsb-urg, ..Pa.
h . . .Greencas-tle, Ind.
. . .Minneapolis, Minn.
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Q X ' Sorores in Urbe. 1
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Alice Coulter .
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. . . .Tulane
. . . .Allegheny College
. . .Boston University
. - .Barnard College
Cornell - University
. -University of P,e,nns,ylya-nia
. .Buchtel ,College
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- - - -Ohio 'State
. - - -University of Michigan
.' .... - .Adrian College
. . . . .Hillsdale College
Delta .--- . . - Indiana University
Iota. . ...... DePauw University
Mu ---- -...-....... B utler College
Eta ' ----- ----- U niversity- of Wisconsin
Upsilon .... ..... N 'orthwestern University
Epsilon ---- . - -Illinois ' Wesleyan ,Un-iyersity
Chi ........ X ---.-. University of Minnesota'
Beta Zeta- -- Q . .V .... .Iowa State University
Theta -----. . -Missouri State University
Sigma ..-- - - -Nebraska, -State University
Omega ----- ,... ' .... K ansas, State, iUpniversity
Beta Eta ..... ..4Leland Stanford Jr. University
Pi --..---.-... - ------- University of, California
Beta Lambda- -. ------ University of Illinois
Beta' Mu ------ -- .001-orado State University
Beta Xi .... .... T exas-State 'University
Beta Pi -.-- - - . - .-.--..--------.......... Seattle College
Boston Alumnae Association
New York "" Alumnae' t' As'sociati'o'n -
-Indianapolis Alumnae --Association-
-Philadelphia Alumnae Association
Columbus Alumnae Association
Bloomington Alumnae Association
Greencastle Alumnae Association
Chicago' Alumnae Association
Denver Alumnae Association
Minnesota Alumnae Association
Kansas City Alumnae Association
Beta Iota Alumnae Association
Cleveland Alumnae Association
Detroit Alumnae Association '
Akron Alumnae Association
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Wooster Alumnae Association
Lawrence' " Alumnaet Association
Pi --Alumnae -Associ-ation
Syracuse Alumnae Association-
Adrian Alumnae Association
Iota Alumnae Association
Madison Alumnae Association
Milwaukee Alumnae Association
Iowa City Alumnae Association
St. Louis Alumnae Association
Pittsburg Alumnae Association '
Meadville Alumnae Association
Texas Alumnae Association, i A
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Los Angeles- Alumnae Association
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Agnes Pearson Church
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Soror in Collegio.
1 - 4 l 1908.
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May Hart - M1 VVynona Baker
Ethel Andrews Josette Beebe
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Jessie Fitch Elizabeth Houghton
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Foot Ball Season
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VVe offer no apology for Allegheny's foot ball season of
1906. Gut of nine games played, seven resulted in defeat
and two in victory, But contradictory as the statement may
seem, the season was ap success. W t T
Few appreciate the athletic standard Allegheny main-
tains. The eligibility requirements are high and theqrules are
rigidly enforced in spirit as well as in letter., Scholastic re-t
quirements are severeand at the .same time put into practi-ce
without mental reservation on the part of the Faculty. ,And
while at times it has-been discouraging to seed-'big men pulled
off the team because of these requirements, we cannot but ap-
preciate the fact that it has been done that Old ,Allegheny
might turn out men not only of bone andsinew, but character
-and perseverenceg that this old institution should be repre-
sented in athletics not by hirelings, but by men who love their
college, and true sportf '
The football squadinumbered eighteen men, with the
majority raw material. Taking these facts into consideration,
the season assumes a new aspe-ct. Coach Lewis, Amherst '06,
was a representative college man. He established indisput-
ably his qualities of generalsh-ip and efficiency. His sterling
character won the admiration of the entire student body.
Financially the season was a marked improvement over that
of last year. The new seven dollar season ticket seems a solu-
tion of most of ou'r"prob-lemsq Colfl-ege1'sp'i'r'i'tr was ent-husi-astic.
The squad worked hard and the wearers of thej'zA"' are truly
honor men. T '
Help make next fall'sfteam. a winner!
cl BQ LEWIS, COACH FOOT BALL
, Foot Ball Schedule
September 29-Allegheny, og S-tate, 216.
October 6+AIlegheny, 65 Grove City, o.
October 13-Allegheny, og W. U. P., 68.
October 2o+Al1egheny, 21, Hiram, 6.
October 27-Allegheny, 65 W. RQ U., 17.
November 3-Allegheny, og Westminster, 244
November 1o-Allegheny, og Grove City, 16.
November 17-Allegheny, og Carnegie Tech.,
November124-Allegheny, oj Westminster, 174
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Basket Ball Season
Allegheny's basket ball season for 19o7 has been' a source
of true and loyal pride. In every sense it-has been successful.
It is not necessary here to recount the victories-all -of them
honorably earned. Allegheny has always won at basket ball.
Each year has brought forth its invincible five. Winning
games h-as--beeo-me-a' foregone'lco'nc'l'u'si'on'.'s"5' " ' ' 5
The season just past, however, has been a notable one. fo-r
several reasons. In the first place, Allegheny's athletic repu-
tation is undoubtedly higher than ever before, as the resultof
the clean, manly, sportsmanlike work that our men have dis-
played. It is no exaggeration to say that the season of ,O7
was the most sportsmanlike season in our athletic history.
The little things, petty quibbling and the like, that have somef
times crept in, were entirely absent on the local Hoor, and it
is to be believed that it was the same away from home.
Surely that splendid trip into Qhio is a thing to be emphasized
in our 'college annals. When it is considered how royally our
men were treated by our rivals, .and how eloquent the college
journals were in theirpraise. A 1 .
Another notable feature was the line spirit shown by the
people who backed the five throughout the season. -Allegheny
spirit, in other words, has become stronger "and slaner as a
result of the yearis work. Allegheny is go-ing to mean more to
the present generation because of the past season.' An honor-
able team elicited the unreserved confidence of the student
body, and the combination has been altogether wholesome.
The year's work has been a big stride in the right direction.
-Basket Ball Schedule A
Jan..1I-Allegheny, 395 Mt. Union, '6.
Ian. 21-fAllegheny, 445 St. Lawrence, 17?
Feb 1-Aiieghenyuog w. U. P., 21. '
Feb 2-Allegheny, 455 Grove- City, 25.
-Feb '16-Allegheny 335 Qberlin, 16. A
27-Allegheny, 315 Mt. Union, 21.
28--Allegheny, 225 Wvolo-ste-r, 3o.
March 2-Allegheny, 245 Oberlin, 23.
March 3-A11egheny,'53s 1-1aS.ke11 1ndia.nS, I4
Mar-ch 12-Allegheny, 555 Grove- City, 20.
March 28--Allegheny., 3o5 Qberlin In-d. 20. 5
Base Ball Season
Allegheny's base ball season has been a success, although
We have not cut even onngames won and llll lost. A if in ' A
Two things- are to' be considered in judging of this sea-
son's base ball. Cf course, we must always think of the high
standard of our athletics in every department. And though
we are sorry to- lose a game we are all proud that Allegheny
is absolutely clean in her sports. The feeling that we are
true sportsmen and that- we are playing for the sake of true
sport and our college more than rewards us in defeat. The
other thing we must consider in judging the season's work is
the loss of last year in not having a bas-e ball team. That was
a most serious handicap at the beginning of this season, be-
cause it left only two old men for this year's team.
Coach Brown-has done remarkably well with his material.
The season has been ea de-cided success financially. Therefore
let us give a good "Allege-ru" for a base ball team compo-sed
o-f true sportsmen, 'which has made money for the manager,
won some of its games, and helped to give to the college world
an example of clean, manly athletics. y
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April 27-Anegheny, 25
A May 7-Allegheny, 2 3
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May 14-4-Anegheny, IQ
'May i8-eA1ieg1ieny, SQ
A 'May 20-Allegheny ig
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Hiram, 5. ji
Slippery' Rock, I. ,
Buchfei, 4. ,
Grove City, 6.- . ,J
St. Vincent, 2. .
Pittsburg A College i 1
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May i 25-Aneg- , -, 8, - , -
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Captain. . . . .H. M. Nelson
Manager. . . . . D. Hilborn
Coach. .. ...Wm. Brown
Catcher. . . . . .C. S. Braymer p
Pitchers. H . . 0 .L. L. Benedict
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Second Base. .. . ... .. ...H. M. Nelson 1
Third Base.. . . .. . . ..C. D. Baker I
Shortstop .... . . L. Miner 5
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F. E. Stewart
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I D L. F. SMITH, MANAGER
..L. F. Smith
L. M. Hickernell
C. E. Hillborn
C. N. jones
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Track Team Season s c , ,
.. The track seasonthis year has not been very successful,
Allegheny was not represented in the relay-race -carnival at
the University of Pennsylvania- this spring simply because of
the delapidatedc condition-of' finances, Manager 'Smith has
experienced "great difficulty and" a considerable amount of
Hhardclu-ck" with his schedule. Dual-meets were scheduled
with ,Grove City College and the Universityof Wdest Virginia
respectively, 'but-each institution cancelled on us lat theolast
moment, result of the meet-with I-Iiram College is 'illusf
ifafivcgiof what 'the track team is capable of doing, 4 Great
things .ar-ei expected of Alleghenyfs. track team this yearhcin
the Inter-Collegiate meet .to beheld at Conneaut Lake, june
the Ist, which event is tonbe held annually hereafter., . i
P The track team' has beeni supported by the student' body
this year. , During the last of April, ,a. "College Circus7'
was given in the Gym. for its benefit. The idea originated at
Hulings I-Iall,eand much credit' is due to those who carried
it out. Each mme-mber of the team desires to express his
thanks to the young ladies who showed the "right stuff."
, ' Taking a gl-an-ce at'the new men who are out for the team
this year and knowing the quality of the old men, we can do
no less than prophesy a championship team to represent' the
Gold and Blueion the track next year. r G
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Captam ..... ..M W Kmg
W. -L. Morgan
Harry C. Seidel
Bernard A. Bartoo
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President. L L i. V. . . Q . Q . A. Colter
Vice-President.. .nz . . L . . Perry
Secretary-Treasurer. T. Stewart
Committee of Arrangements
R. K. Horn, AL D. PL Miller
A ' O. Peters ' . f
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Secretary. V. . . . . ilVlargare-t Beebe
,ff 'Treasurer ......... '. Hazel Bullock
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Keeper of Courts.. .Martlja Levttis
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President............i.,.....i...i ........ .... Main
SecretaryfTre'asi1rer . Q . .F, B. .Cooley
Delegate-at-Large . D. . ........ 4 ....... A .... 1 B.. Callahan
4 P. Athletic .Advisory Board A A
Dr. H. Edward Wells A 'P Dr. Robert,,S. Breed
Prof. C. F. Ross 4
Wearers of the
. Foot Ball-Old Gold 'ff-xr
L L. Benedict C. S. Braymer ' A L. M. Hickernell
L W, Sherwin R. M. Ginn, Capt. F. T. Stockton '
R. R. Cole H. M, Nelson . J. VV. O'Conno.r
Q. M. Brown ' S. W. Robinson I. W. Evaul
W. L. 'Stidger NV. P. Ball , F. L. Knapp, Mgr.
Basket Ball-Navy Blue "A," A
E. M. Criesey, Capt. H. M.ANelson
. R. R. -Rtissell g . M. W. King
Sg L. Maxwell p . A. C. Perry .
- C. D. Baker C. W. Gill, Mgr.
p . Base Ball-Maroon RA." A
H. M. Nelson, Capt. Q CQ D. Baker
R. K-4 Horn , L, Miner. .
'Cg S. Braymer R. C. Crawford K
L. L. Benedict , O. C. jones'
J. R. Gahan H. D. Hilborn, Mgr. '
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W. E. Thomas, Capt. L: L. Benedict A Gr,-,7
C. H. Clark t , A A. B. Hines C '1
.Dale Croasmun F. E. Stewart "C2.vrff01'ol
W4 L, Stidgcfr AE. M. Giesey . r Slfepllae
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President.. ......................... I ........... C. W. Gill
Secretary-Treasurer... ........................ W. R. Main
The Qratorical Associations is composed of 60 members,
organized for the purpose of encouraging oratorical effort in
the college. A A gi 1 i A
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' At Aiiegimy, Apfii 26, 1907.
' ' PHOTO BY FOVVILER
The team that won from W. '81
. 'Question-+Resolved, That a Graduated Inheritance Tax
Uniform Throughout the United States, is Desirable. V
Affirmative. . N68'2ltiV6-.
Allegheny- W- 31
F. P. Miller R. M, Kiscaddon
, H. H. Hull Marcellus De Vaughn
W. G. Pixel X I Dalton F. Clark
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At Albion., .April'19,i'1Qo7. "
. Allegheny ffdisrufbed bye loud t a1k.a"i
Question-Resolved, That a Progressive Inheritance Tax
Should-Be Levied by the Federal Government, Constitution-
ality Conceded. .
Negative... ' Affirmative.
Allegheny- T Albion-
F. T. Stockton Frank F. Fitehet
W. F. Knoell G. Lynn Suinner
F. L. Knapp J. Adams Oakes '
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E Should Be Levied bythe Federal Government. A
if Squad I. . Q
,I Affirmative. i Negative.
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W, p . H. Hullif ' F. Knoellfk
ua R. Pm. Callahan ' F. L. Knappif f
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, ,.,. . Affirmative.. - , Negative.
H. M. 'Weeter S. W. Robinson '
fi if' I F. P.-Miller? ' S. G. McNees , '
W. G. Fixelii M.'C. B. Mason '
H . g "'Chosen. for the Albion and W. 81 I. Deotes.
A ,Q 4 Sl9ENI0R4jUNI,OR. I
5 P Question-Resolved, That a 'Progressive Inheritance .Tax
I Q' Shou1dfBe'Levied.by the Federal Governmentf' '
is Negative. Afiirrnative.
I T Seniors- it ili f Juniors- N '
F-. T. Stockton A PO. H. Houser J 4
p y R. F, Irwin F. L. Knapp .
pl f Wohn by Seniors. A P' g r in I
- . soPHoMoiRE-FRESHMAN A Y A
lf 'Question-Resolved, That a Progressive Inheritance Tax
i Should Be Levied by the Federal Governiiient. A I - I
-- Negative. , Affirmative.
, Sophomore- Freshmen-
F. Knoell H. M. Weeter
1 p P. B. Schaffner W. G. Finkel
Won by the Sophomores.
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japan, the New Nation,
The Visions of Youth,
Victory Through Arbitration
The Failures of Darwinism
An Urgent Need,
Tri-State Qratorical Contest
At Geneva College, May i4, IQO7
This contest was won by W.
C. Cravner, the speaker for "Old
Allegheff Mr. Cr
ability to represent us abroad by
winning the Wakeheld -contest at
avner proved his
W. C. Cravner, Allegheny
john Smith, Vtfestminster
Mr. Dunlap, Waynesburg
, B. P. Johnson, Bethany
, Mr. McClary, Geneva
Mr. Anderson, Muskingum
Wakefield Oratorical .Contest C' ll
Prize, 550.00 0' T V
Wfinner ......... W. C. Cravener
. Second Place ........ F. P. Miller
Subjects . SPCHRCYS
justice to the Indian . . . - -F A- 5146156
john Hay .................. ....... C . W. Gill
japan, the New Nation ........ C. Cravener
Above the Fog of Partisanship .. . . . .W. L. Stidger
Garrison, the Prophet ........... ...F P. Millel'
The Essence of True Progress .... .... I . R. Keister
Karl the Great .................. ..... E . W. Kelly
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Uwing to the large number of
contestants, fourteen, entered for
the Wakefield prize, it was decid-
ed to hold two contests, placing
in the first those whowere ranked
highest by the judges in thought
and composition. The prize for
the second half of this contest,
6E25.oo, was given by Mr. J. M.
Robinson, of Meadville.
Second Contest, prize, 32500.
'Winner ....... Louis W. Sherwin
Second Place .... M. C. Pi. Mason
David Livingstone ....
The Delay o-f the Law ....
The Situation in the Congo-
The Twilight of the Bosses
Right About ..... A ........
The Negro of T'o--morrow .
T'he Forgotten Hero ....
LOUIS W. SHERWIN
. . .L. W. Sherwin
. ...... M. W. King
.. .... M. C. B. Mason
. . . . . . .R. P. Andrews
.. L, Knapp
R. R. Russell
. . . .S. Robinso-n
The Class of 'oo Qratorical Con-
Winner ....... Chas. A. Hartung
i Second Place ...............
...... Miss Rachel Cousins
CHAS. A. HARTUNG
Subjects. SP eakefs
A Cry From the Depths ........ .... O 'tto H. Houser
Prohibition, A Civic Necessity ......... R. E. Irwin
The Co-st of Achievement ....... ...Charles A. Hartung
A Nation at the Bar .... ,.
A Question of Injustice. ..
Ineffaceable Vlfriting ..
. . . .Miss Rachel Cousins
.M. C.tB. Mason
. . . .Wilson Cole
Kal-1 the Great ..... ....... .... E . W. Kelly
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C3lee and andolih Clubs
PHOTO BY FOWLER
M. J. LICK, LEADER C. J. COGGAN, MANAGEII
' GLEE CLUB.
Manager ......... ...................... C . J. Coggon
Director ........... .... P rof. Harry W. Manville
Leader and Soloist .... .......... M axwell J. Lick
Reader ..... '. .
M. J. Lick
N. D. Murray
W. E. Thomas
E. P. Campbell
C. N. jones
A. D. Andrews
E. VM. Giesey
E. R. Gehr A
F. Garvin A
A H. R. Harper
Second" Tenor. A
R. R. Russell.
l A P.. PS., Schaffner
Firsts Bass. ,
B. M. Morrison
C. O. Peters
F. Pm. Bro-Wn
L. M. Hiekernell
R. W. Anderson
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Se-co-nd Bass. . .'.
Leader . . '.
R. J. schoiisn
H. C. Seidel
.--Mr. R1 RIN-Russell
.,Mrg,., E. Tlionms
.-. Q '. ......... Lg Mg Hicke-riiell
MANDOLIN CLUBF '
First Mandolins. . '
I S. C. Stratton
I' . H. C. Seidel
F. G. Smith .
- I Guitars. Z A
' C. S. Fullerton
L. M. Hickernell
C. H. Clark.
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Director ...... . ...... .... . .... ..... ..... M f . M. J. Lick
Organist y. . . . .I .... . .... Mr. R. Siggins
I I First Tenors. ' ' V W
Mr. R. K. Horn . l Mr. M. J. Lick
' Second- Tenors.
Mr. R. R. Russell Mr. W. E. Thomas
Mr. N. D. Murray
Mr. F. R.. Gehr I Mr. Q. H. Houser .
I Second Bass.
Mr. L. M.. Hickernell I Mr. E. M. Giesey
Mr. C. T. Greer Mr. F..P. Miller
Mr. P. F. Parsons
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Allegheny College Band
C W Elkms Ist George Hart,2d. . P
AfCh1C Perry Solo Reec'e Lord, Ist .
Tom Cntchlow ISL B. A. Bartoo, 2nd
Karl P Enterlme Ist Chas. Johnson., 2nd-
Leader ................... Paul C. Deemer I
DIFCCLOT ......... ......... L . L. Lord, If.
Frank P. Miller, Solo "
Piccolo. I . 'xx
Roy L. Phillips X
Clarinets. ' L L ' C
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Ralph PJ. Kightlinger , lv Haig' MN
Tenors. "lj If lf l
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Jay Scholton ' I 1
Homer L. 'Deemer
B F. Miller
. M.c1.A. Cabinet.
President... ...... ..L. 'WQ Sherwin
Vice-Pre-siden-t. .. .. .R.j Callahan
Secretary .... . . . .S .R. . Planefcte
Treasurer. . . . .Q. Ho-users
Committees. I i S '
Religious Meetings. . . 'S . . .L. Wi. Sherwin
Fall Campaign ..... M. Giesey
Social and Music. . . . . .'R. R. Russell
Missionary ....... .... H . M. ,Fishel
Neighborhood. . . . .W. E. Thomas
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Y. W. c. A. Cabinet
President ....... ..... . . . V . Josette Beebe
Vice-President .... .... ' Clara Whe'eling
Secretary ....... ig . . .Kate illlingworth
Treasurer ..... . . Q ....... .... G race- ,Thomas
Committees. M i '
Religious Meetings . . . .... t. . .Q . . ....... ,Ethel Mills
Finance ............ .... y Grace Thomas
Social ....... . . Q. ........ Bess Rist
Nominating .... . Q .May McKinney
Music ........ ...... 0 lga Henry
Bible Study ..... .... M ary Nichols
Inter-Collegiate . . . . .' . 'Eth'el"jB'e'rry'
Membership ' . . t. fC.ll.3.I'3Q,l'WihiCEll'1'I'g
Missionary ............. V. ...... Q. . .L . J. .,A . y. .,..H,a4ZCli,-BUl1O'Ck
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Editor-in-Chief .., - .... E. L. La Bounty, QAKKII
Associate Editor . . .. .... W. C. Cravner, Q KAI'
Athletic Editor. .. ..... O. C. Jones,-Q-A GJ
Literary -Editor. gi. . ....... Josette Beebe, E GJ
Local Editor ..... .... R . P. Andrews, GJ A Q
Alumni Editor ..... .. .I. R. Keister, Q K Q
Exchange Editor- .... . . .I-I. K. Dennis, Q A QD
Prep. Editor ....... I ...... . . P. Ma.cDo-nald
Manager. . . Q. ....R. B. Kightlinger, Q K 11'
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Ql10'Ci11g the Campus: . '
THE BOARD. 2 M 1
Competition closed with the last issue. In fine spirit the Campus
board, with barely one exception, have lain down. They have quit.
Filled with loyal pride for the 'sheet whose welfare has .been trusted in
their hands they are probably doing Cole Brothers as far as a rift in
the canvas will allow. ' ' . . " '
This is the same shameless selfishness that is all too evident in
our college. It is the same on the athletic field, on the platform and
on ournspublication boards. The moment aman ceases- to serve his
own interestseceases to .weave laurels for his own brow, he gives a
yelp and howl and straightwasy sulks. Would it not be refreshingto see
a man who worked fora thing because he believed in it apart from his
own welfareg a man who worked for a thing because it was Alle-
'gheny's and Alleghenyis alone? When that day comes the term Alle-
gheny spirit will be more permissable.
Lest. there should be some misunderstanding, we would like the
board tofeel that they are being jumped ong and, we desire to say
that if there is a repetition off this slump on their part we shall take
a little run before we jump. In short the committee having in charge
the work of the board will see that the requirements of the constituv
tion are fulfilled, even if it means the dismissal of members of the
board. ' R . F
J i COMPILED BY THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF.
John R. Keister, alumni editor, is taking an unannounced vacation
from his arduous duty on the Campus board. I A
Olin C. Jones left on a baseball trip at 5 a. m. Monday, but left
the stories ofllast week's games at the Campus oflice. p
R. Parker Andrews had told the other fellow to do the local
- Herbert Knight Dennis is off duty at the Campus oflice for two
Miss Josette Beebe, literary editor, is not represented in the copy
at the linotype machine ,to-day. ' I .
Prep. Reporter MacDonald did not cover the splendid 'Sharon
W. C. Cravner reached the city' at 10 a. m. from Jamestown and
read proof for the remainder of the day.
The final summary of the board's work did not go to the Judge
until Monday afternoon. . I . .g .
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Editor-in-Chief. . .
Associate Editor. .
College Editor. . .
A PHOTQ BY FOWLER ' Q
Editor-in-Chief ...... A ........ . . .Miss Florence Grauel
Associate Editor... Q ....... ......... ' .... L .' .H, K. Dennis
Representative of- Christian Asssoeiations. .Miss Josette Beebe
Manager .................... . ., ........ .Thomas H. Colter
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President ....... . .... W. I. McClintock
Program Clerk .... ...... R oy Vosle-r
Seeretary . .... .... A. I. Nelson
Treasurer .C .... A .. .. C. E. Hilebom
Chaplain. . . 4 . . ..... .... I . L. Steffy
Sergeant at Arms . . . . . . . D. I. Blasdell
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' h ' Honorary.
Dr. F. C. Lockwood' Miss A.iH. Spalding
Mr. L. R. Brown T Dr. H. M. Wagstatf
Miss.E'dith Rowley A
' V Elected.
William I. Aiken
Stanley X. Bright
Rachel Cousins '
Harley D. Carpenter ,
H. L. Deemer
C. AW. Gill
Florence Grauel .
O. H. Houser
- O. C. Jones .
Editors and Managers. C I y
A. D. Andrews'
W. C. Cravner
H. K. Dennis
J. R, Keister
R. B. Kightlinger
B. F. Miller
A. D. P..Mille1'+ .
. Rf, R. .Russell
y E. Giesey .
The Classical Club
Officers. D i T
Frank T. Stockton .... . .Chairman Executive Committee
A Miss May E. Hart. . Q . .... A ......... .,. . .Delegate-at large
' Stanley Bright .... . . ... .... .. . . . I. .Secretary-Treasurer
V ' ' Members. A
i R. ,Parker Andrews Francis L. LaBo-unty
'Mar aret H. Beebe' Leroy I. Lo-rd , C
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Prof. Frederick S. Breed
Wilson Cr. Cole
Jennie L. Dermitt
Dr. William A. Elliott
Harry M. Fishel
Edith L. Fugate
'Earle M. Giesey .
Charles W. Gill
Charles .T. Greer
Charles W. johnson
Olin C. Jones
-Mary A E. Lynch ,-
William T. Mackey
VVilliam. L. McKinney
Arthur D. P. Miller r
Wallace H. Miner
Samuel W. Robinso-n
Prof. Clarence F. Ross
Prof. Guy E. Sn'avely
Robbins N. Taylor '
Donald L. Thomas
Richard B. Callahan
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Secretary .... .......... . ....... A ....... .... R . E. Irwin
Treasurer ..... .... W m. R. Main
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. . Executive Committee.
Dr. H. Edward Wells
Mr. R. E. Irwin
, a Miss Vera Bash
, qi X . Members. 1
', A ' Dr. R. S. Breed
P. P. Parso-ns
, Dr. H. Edward Wells
' 'Milf Wm. Millward
d A it In Dr. Charles j'.'Ling
'illfi . Mary A. Slater
H ill If - Prof. O. P. Akers
Pl! . Mabel A. Beatty
. :FW RS Malin '
A li A L. F. mit
- ? Y R. E. Irwin
A ffl Nulu N. Neale
lj, Emma. M. Edson
I MH ff Harris Werner
a will W. Burchard
,!-:ai - -va Berkey
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A f. E. Seybolt
gk: 4, ,,. lf, lg? H. Clulow
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Secretary .... Q ......... . . .
Correspondin-g Secretary. ....
Treasurer ..... . ....
Miss ' Finley
Mr. Hamm -
Mrs. Akers '
Miss Beebe '
. . . . .Dr. GQ A. Muliinger
. . . .Miss Josette Beebe
. . ...Miss Louise Chase
. . Q. .Mr. TP. P. Parsons
Miss Tarr '
Mr, Gehr 4 '
Miss' McDowell r '
Miss Margaret Beebe
President ..... ............................. C . A., Hartung
Secretary ..... ....... .... ' b R. P. Andrews
Treasurer . . . ...... . . . .
Dr. C. M. Cobern
S. W. Robinson
R. P. Andrews
R. W. Planette
W. L. Morgan
G. N. Hubbard"
Clin C. Jones
J. L. Grandy
H. M. Fishel
W.. G. Cole
. . .Wm.. Thomas
Dr. W. H. Crawford
C. W. Gill
Wallace H. Miner
Dr. F. C. Lockwood
Charles. T. Greer
Charles A. Hartung
P-. B. Schaffner '
Louis W. Sherwin T. P. Chilcote
G. H. Clulow Richard B. Callahan
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i FortyffFiVe Members.
,The obje'ct,df soc'iety shall bethe' intellectual culture
of itsiifmemlqersg the Za-Qquisitio-n of scientific knowledge- and
methods, and inn its application ton?-tithe practical affairs of
. All students of Allegheny Co-llegewho are in good stand-
ing and 1'1'1C?I1'1bCqlQ:S .of-I either the Scientificorn Engineering
Course shall be'eiligi'l3le to membership. 'Any member of the
Faculty connected-fyvj,ith,thevplflepparptments of Applied. Science
Shalakbffi ?Hfif1StditQi,111CmbCrShiP- at . h as '
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1 , Pittsburg.Alumni Association Z
President. . ........ ......... Q . . . .I-Ion. Solomon Schoyer, Jr.
Secretaryfand Treasurer ...... ... ........ Mrs. john A. Wood
. Approximate lmembership, 200.
.l - New York Alumni Association
President ................. ........... Miss Ida M. Tarbell
Secretary and'Treasurer .................. Mr. E. E. Pro-per
Approximate membership, 100.
Chicago Alumni Association . .
President .... ...... A ..... Iudge'Nicho1as E. W0'rthington
Secretary and'T'reasurer .... f ........ Mr. Harry D. Plumber
.Approximate membership, 100. p
Jamestown Alumni Association
President .... . ....... '. .-. . .. ............ .Warren F. 'Wilcox
Vice'-President. . . ........ i ..... Ray F. Pickard
Secretary and 'Treasurer ..... .... F loyd L. Darrow
Held at 'Cambridge Springs, May lst, l907
Toastmaster, Thos. A. Colter, 2 A E
- In "Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat,
And therefore let's be merry."
Fraternal Allegheny, . . . Frank P. Miller, dv K II'
"Great souls by instinct to each other turn,
Demand alliance and in friendship burn." t
Song-'Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ' A
Hulings Hall, .... F. L. Knapp, 111 1' A
"A narrow compass. and yet there
Dwells all that's good and all that's fair."
S-o-ng-Phi Delta Theta
The Man of Brawn and His Books, Frank T. Stockton, A T A
"The task he undertakes
Is numb'ring sands and drinking oceans dry."
0 So-ng-Delta Tau Delta.
The Pan Hel. Politician, . . . M. J. Lick, QJAGJ
"Night after night
" He sat, and bleared his eyes with plots."
Song-Phi Gamma Delta
Auf Wiederschen, . .- . A. W. Donaldson, E ABE
"Farewell till we meet again, and may our next
meeting equal this one in happiness."
Song-Phi Kappa Psi
Held at Cambridge Springs, April 23, l907 G
Toastmaster, C. W. Gill.
E. W. Kelley, ,O7 .......... T .............. ..... T he Ladies
R. B. Callahan, '08 ........ ......... V .Our Idols
Song, Teutonic Quartet. ...... "Po' Lit' Lamb"
R. W. Planette, '09 ..... .... T eutoni-c Allegheny
A. I. Nelson, '10, .. ....... Unveiled Clouds
I. F. F.. Maline, Prep. . . . . .Symbols of Patriotism
Song, 'Quartet ..... y . ...... . . . . . .Before Election
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Held at Saegertown Inn, May ll, 1907
To-astmistress, Mary T. Graham. K .
Die Ewige Weilaliche. . ., ............. Floreice Grauel, K A QD
" The ever womanly draws us above." A
'Song .................. y ....... y .......... Alpha Chi Gmega
Higher Education ............. ....... Bernice Hatch, KKI'
" Every man is a volume if you .
know how to read ll11'1'1.i '
The Gmnipotent Qmnipresent ....... K .Alice McDowell, A X Q
. " Wisdom and fortune combating together,
f If that the formed dare but what it can,
No chance may shake it." -
Song .............. ..... S ............. Kappa Kappa Gamma
The Baby Greek .y ..................... Helen Murray, KAQJ
" An infant crying in the night.
- An infant crying for the light." I
Looking Backward .......... . .......... Ethey Fowler, K K I'
" Fare thee well:
The elements be kind to thee, and make
Thy spirits all of comfort."
Song ........ ............... A ........ K appa Alpha Theta
Ed and Co .... ..................... M ary Green, A X Q
" It was in the prime .
, Of the sweet spring time."
Washington's Birthday Banquet
Helclitat iiii 'College Gymnasium, February 22, 1907
Toastmaster, Rev.'W. W. Youngson, D.iD., ,QI
Great.W.oo.dch-opp-er.2. . .............. Prof. C. E. Ro-ss, ,QI
The Descent of the Hatchet .... ..... M iss Mary Sansom, ,OQ
'The Big Stick. ....... y. ....i .r .... g .... L. W. Sherwlll, '09
Cherries and Chestnuts. H. .A ........ Prof. J. A. Gibso-n, ,QI
' Mandolin Club.
Town and Gown. , .... ,,,v.,. , .... Miss Rachel Cousins, '07
The Man 'Behind the Gullfl- - ,-,- Qf,-f,-.- - ,-,- .-.- .MHX 111919 ,OS
Song, We Sing of Alleghe.
A Sentimental ,5?Ul01',- ,- ,-,f ,-.- .-.- ff.-Ffanlf SP: MIHCI3 07
Allegheny Forever., ..... ..... President Crawford
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Held at Conneaut Lake, February 15, 1907
Toastmaster, C L. T..aBounty.
Lights. of the Camfpus ,... T R. Planette, 'og
Our Enemies ,..... ' F. P. Miller, ,O7
Sophomore Class So-ng. ' T
Just Before the Battle, M-other, . W'm. McKinney, '09
The Faculty and the Banquet, . . F. T. Stockton, '07
Senior Class' Song. ,
First Annual Senior Class Banquet
, Held at Saegertown lnn B,
Toastmaster, C A. Hartung, -President.
The Las-t S-emester, .4 . ,, q. O. C, Jones
Class Remi1Tiscence's, , . ,,.. ,. .. gg . . , Miss Iva 'Berkey
, Quartet-Miller, Kightlin,ger,,Bright, Miller.
Class Prophecy, . . A . .' , . R. B. Kightlinger
Our Chance, . C5 Chas. W. Gill
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Robbins N. Taylor, A.M
4 Greek and Latin.
R. Elmer Hendershot, M.S
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Alice Huntington Spalding
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A. B. Hines ........ ....... e . .V L' . . . Q -.President
C. Paul MacDonald. . . . .Vice-President
L. C. Burchiield. .. ....- .Treasurer
Georgia Anderson. . ...... . . .Secretary
Anderson, Georgia ..... ......
Braymer, Berdeen .... ,. .
Brown, Edwin Hazlet ....
Bryan, Clarence Tracy. . . .
Beaty, Milton' Jackson. ....
'Bu.rchiie'ld, Ijewis Chester. . J .
Critchlo-w, Thomas Franklin ....
DeArme'nt,- Almond -VVhitin'gp ....
Drake, Matilda Louise. ...... Q
,,.Evans, Lelia, Berdeen. .
JFirst,'Fear1 Cecil. . .. . Q' .
rqfd, Ifwin, David .,....
Fong, John Warne-r.i.,, . . .
Frampton, 'jam-es. Wardi.ll , . . ,
French, Sarhuel Hampton., . . .
Harper, Heber Reece. . .
Hazen, Carl Monroe .....
Hines, Albert Barker ....
Hower, John . . . . ..
Kennedy, Edwin Paul .....
King, Donna 'Margaret .......
Kulp, Walter Le-Roy. . .. ...... . .
p . . .... We.st, Middlesex
MacDonald, C. Paul Davidson' .....
McFeaters, Edgar C ............
Mi-ckle, Friend Lee ........
Moore, Nelson Rist, . .....
Patterson, Allen Kennedy. ....
Piper, I-oseph DuShane ......
Scott, Lyle Cortez ........
Simonton, Francis Greer ....
Slocum-, Alice Vernece ....
Smock, Clifford Edmiund ....
Spears, Robert Lincoln' .....
Stage, Elizabeth .... .
Straw, Gertrude Mae .....
Uhlinger, Roy Heman. . .
Wilds., Elmer Harrison .......
Willey, Frederick George. ..
Yost, Russell Raymond .........
. .- .Coch-ranton
' ' . . -. . .-Meadville
. . . McKean
. . . Q ...., Warren
. , , ,Brockwayville
. . : '. .'. . , . .Prospect
.. . . . . .Meadville
. . . ,Conneaut Lake
. , , . ,Carlton
. . , L .Clonemaugh
h, g4.Unio,n City
Q. . Meadviiie
.. . Q . .Avalon
. . . . . .Venango
. . . . .Allegheny
. . . . .Saegerto-Wn
. . . . .Carbon Black
. . . . . . .Springboro
. ........ Whitney
. . . . , . .Pittsburg
. . . .Vanderbilt
. . . . .Meadville
., ...... Derry
, .... Meadville
. . . . .New Cnastle
. . . . . . .Saegertown
. . . . .Conn'eaut Lake
. . . . . .Turtle Creek
. . .e . . . .Meadville
. . . . .South Fork
- . . . ...Offi0e1:S, , - - 1 ' - .-"fi
Carl CH. Bziiley. . . .4 .' CZ. '.'.lPA1'C'Siid61J1iZ
I. C. Cochran. . '. .Vice'-President
Miss Peck. .... . .u .Ti'e2iSjuifer
AMES Ling. . g '. A. M I. C. .S6C.re5'c3ry
Adams, Karl Hays. . . .
Adye, Ralph William .....
Baileys, Carl Henry.. . .
Baum, Chester Allen.
Cochran, jesse Cleveland
Cousins, Esther -, . . . ., .L.
Culbertson, 'James 'Nes'e. .
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. . . .Little Valley, N.'C'Y.
. . . '. '. .Jamestown
.. . . . . ...Franklin
. H. . . Stauiffer
. . .. . .. .Hadley
Dutton, Helen 'Maria. . .1 . .Me-adhvfille
Fitzgerald, Earl-esfj Rg1p,h'.e. . . ...l . .Meadville
Ge,0.fge,g Roland Jones, ...... . . .f. saegeflawn
Grant, 'Charles Claire. . . ........ Freeport
Grant,.tWe'ldo-nl Roy. .... , ..... Freepoift
Hanso-n, Roy Emmett ....
Herman, Henry Robert..
Jewell, Earl' Karr. . . . . .
Kincaid, Mina Greenley..
Ling, Elizabeth Pauline. '.
Lovving, Haro-ld Dana. . .
Lupher,,Ida Maria .......
Miller, Clyde Manasset..
Peck, Annie' Helene. . . .
Rea, Alfred .Alonzo ....
Scho-lfon, Rossjay .......
Small, iwalfef Madison..
Stratton, Shubail Childs.
Taylor, Vernon Frank. ..
. . .Cambridge Sp-rings
. . ...... . .... Saegertown
. . . . .Kinsnaan, A G.
. . . ..... Meadvi-l.e
. . . L .Meadviie
. . . .Lines'Vi-le
. . . . .Meadvifle
. . . .... Meadyile
.' '. . .Bellevue
. . . . .linesville
. Bear Lake
. . . . . . . . . .BrfOCkWayvi1,1e
Van Hoes-en, Sadie Emeline. . .A . . L ..... Meadville
Wicks, Juanita Hope .....
. . . ..... South- Fork
L. I. Culbertson. . . , . , .... , . .President
W. H. .Weston .... . . ...... y .... VicegPresident
,Miss Dermitt-.. ........... 'Secretary and Treasurer
Cresswell, Austin B-oyd..
Culbertson, Leland' James ....
Dermitt, Helen Simpson. . .
Garrett, Samuel Horn.. . .
Hamilton, A-rchibald Hendefrson. . ..
jordan., Louise' Torrence.
King, Elmer Harrison. .
Limber, Alfred Edward. .
Maline, jofhn Francis. ..
Merrill, Philip Shull, jr.
Niles, Georgiana .......
Purnell, Walter Brown.
Ramsey, Harry Floyd. . .
Se-lden, Clifford Gatch...
Wallace, Florella Alberta
Weston, H-ofward. . .
Wicks, James 'S-cott. . ..
. . . .Meadville
. . . . .Mgeadville
. . .Sceanery Hill
. . . . .Meadville
. . .Meadville
. . ..... .... M-efadville
. . . . Philadezlphia
. . . . .Kerrtown
. . . .Mattoon, Ill.
. .... .. .Craftofn
. . . . . . . . .Karns City
. . . . Gallitzin
. . . .Bellevue
W. F. Garvin..,.,. .
Miss Linn ... .... .. ...
Miss McWilliams ..................
I Names... '
Brenise-r, Ruth Pauline ......
Brooks, Stephen Ernest. . . . .
Buzza, Minnie Frances.
Cobern, Miriam. .. .......... .
Cousins Wm. Frederick .....
Crawford, Lucy Pearl .....
Croasmun, Max Neal .....
Crouse, Charles James. .I ...... .
Davidson, Margaret Ethel ....
Dusenberry, Spencer Ho-Ward
Evans, Donald ........ H ......
Garvin, Wm. Freeman...i..
George, Donald Fo-rd ........ fu
Hamilton, Marjorie Gertrude.
Hart, George ....... g .......
Linn, Elizabeth Harriet .....
Mason, Ralph Wallace .... -.
Master, Donald Isaac ......
McWilliams, Mildred .......
Miller, Norman Harold. . . . .
Parks, Samuel Irving ........
Robinson, Malcolm Truby .... .
Sanford, Elsie Marie .....
Sanford, ran'ces Meredith...
Schmidt, Isaac Walto-n. ..
Scowvden, Bernice Estella ....
Shontz, Charles Lawrence.
Shorts, Albert D'ec'atu.r. . . .
Smith, Rachel Eleanor ....
Weizel, Carl Lofuis. . . .
Wilson, Earl Bo-den .... p .
. . . . . ...,President
. . . .. . . A Treasurer
-. . . .Secretary
. . . . .Blairsville
. . .Meadville
. . .Meadville
. . . .Hadlev
.. . . .Meadville
. . . .Jamesto-wn, N. Y.
... . . . . . .Meadville
.. ...... Meadville
. . . . .Mc-Kees-port
. . . . .Saegertovvn
.V ........... Meadville
. ..... H .... I. . No-vvrytovvn
West Hartford, Conn.
. . . .Ten Mile. Bottom
. . . . . . . . .Pittsburg
. . . . . . . . . .Meadville
. . . Jamestozwn, N. Y.
. . . .Parkerls Landing
. . . . . . . . . .Meadville
. . . . .Meadville
. . . . .Crafto-n
. . . . .Meadville
. . . .Franklin
.- .... .Meadville
. . . . .Meadville
.. . . .Meadville
Captain .. ' .... S.. H. French
Managers H ..... P. S. Merrillt
- 6 . .C. P. MacDonald
Left End ..... ...... P .... B ailey
Left Tackle . .. .... Critchlolw
Left Gnard . . . ....... Piper
Center ...... . . .Hart
Right Guard. . . . . . Kennedy
Right Tackle . ..
Right End ....
Right Half Back
Left Half Back
Full Back .....
. . . .Moore
Subs-Hanson, C. Grant. Harper, Wilds, Purnell, Wicks,
Captain . . .
Right Guard ..
Left Guard . ..
A. W. DeArment
.. . 4 .Erma H. Wilds
A. W. DeArn1ent
..... S. C. Stratton
R. R. Yost, H. D .LoWing.
....A. B. Hines
.. . . .S. H. French
.....C. H. Bailey
Captain .. ......... ...L. C. Burchfield
J. F. Maline
. . . .Pitchers
. . . . .Catcherr
. . .... First Base
A. B. Hines.
J. D. Piper . .
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S-eldofri p ' Beatty
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THF: mLL,HnR CIRLU5
She had jfust returned from the college ,circus and rushed
in to tell Sis all about it. By the Way Sis and' Polly had
such a case that they preferred a ,cozy corner in I-Iulings Hall
to spending a dollar on the circus. i
"Oh, you missed the best thing of the yeaff' y
"Well, I don't see Why everybody is so crazy over that
old tract team,'i Sis snapped out. I
"Never mind, you can see Polly' in the morning, so you
needn't be so cross because he couldn't stay longer. Really,
Sis, yo-u should have been there-. Who do you suppose was
Waiting for us at the door? 'Mrs Benedict! But her veil
couldn't, hide those angelic smiles. O. C. Ionesimade a very
genteel shovvman and for once Bishop Kelly loo-ked like a real
man. I shall never see him in the class room again Without
thinking that there ha.s been a perfectly good sho-Wman
spoiled. Sammy made such' a clever I .. y . y
trumpeter that Mary Nic hung around N are
the fortune-tellers all evening and de--
clared there never was 'room for her
inside." ' I r ' e
Sis interrupted: ,"Did anybody r
have a lovely romantic fortune ?'i
"Not very, but the Wizard of the '
East told' Iva thatntheir case would
survive all of Dr. Cravvfordis persecu-
tions and they would 'live happy ever I
after.' " a ,
' I "Oh, Polly and I had the grandest i
time eating fudge. Did you see the 'I e y "
lovely stars tofnight?,' 1 , . 1 - , ' '
"Oh, forget it! We had red lemonade and peanuts."
- "And fetti, I should say from the looks of your ha.ir.i'.
"Oh yes, fetti and band music are necessary evils, but
not to be mentioned' with the lemonadej They tested our
fidelity tothe track team by the quantity o-f red Water we
could drinkj I drank three glasses and smiled like any martyr.
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Do brush this stuff out of my hair. Thanks !- That ,animal
,show was the best! Heavens! If you want to dream of perf
.petual motion loo-k at the Fish's lin! Everybody petted the
pretty white Lamb and admired the extensive rope-tail o-f the
Camfpbjelflj. I-Iere's a feather I pulled out of the black
Crow's wing." , . a ,
"How vulgar yo-u must have felt at a civfcusl The best
people-H ' ' y ' v' l
Oh, go to! T Its ,perfectly good form-the faculty them-
selves were there! You may bet Tom made the"'hit" o-f the
evening. I-Ie tried to frighten -me with
a fetti-bomb,,but instead shocked Miss
Fraser, who was just aheadof me, so
that the hairpins fell out of her hair.
A pretty scramble to pick them up l"
"It's no more than you could ex-
pect at a. circus? . T i n
"Oh, wake up. Everybody' was
there, even the cases-except you and
Polly.. Polly's brother Ben was the
jolliest clown !". '
- "Ben's no-t' 3 bit like Polly." QThis
' witha sighj , I '
W , "Baker was a clown too. He came
round with a horrid feather and a Satanic grin and tried to
tickle Miss Fraser-under the chin.". , Q '
- "Was there no-th-ing really.classical all evening?"
. f'0h we had music by the quartet, as us-ual. There was
boxing, tumbling, 'trained horses, a chariot racefin fact a con?
tinuous performance of as much sense and nonsense .as we
wanted. There was a brown bear that could dance and could
growl a Za Bill Elliott. The herd of awkward horses were very
intelligent: could reckon anything fro-m Math. I. to the num4
ber of cases in college-for Prexy's benefit. 'All the boxing
amounted to was thenoise of Ben Miller's horn for Mould and
Buster kept him busy 'calling fouls." , E ,
"Where were the elephants?" y
"There were two-Cole and Sherwin. Sherwin is es-
pecially good natured except when your hammer knocks that
glossy black growth on his head. Beware of Sherwin's- hair!
After that chariot race, we will all be reading Ben Hur. It
was magnificently realistic. The silent dignity of Ben as he
rolled from the chariot was only surpassed by the speed o-f his
horses., Buster and Baker. And I musn't forget the Chi-citas.
Dick Andrews as Mr. C-- actually forgot to look so-urg but all
you could see of Mrs. Chicita was the
red bow and those golden curls. Ev- I I
erybody is crazy over Miss Diffy. just
ask Professor Wagstaff. But she is a
perfect coquette! They do say her i
little black fan' is the latest fad. You
must meet her-she's perfectly stun-
ning, tall, slender and stately, with a
walk like Edith's, a smile as jolly as
Hatls and she flourishes her dainty
hands as skillfully as Amy, herself."
' "It was not much of a success finan-
cially, I suppose.. Sis was deter- .
mined to be indifferent.
"Succes.s? You do-n't mean to say that a scheme at Alle-
gheny College' could 'help being a success financially? I've
heard that money-makers na.turally swarm to- our college like
honey bees to- the hive. Butthere were spendthrits as well
at the circus-on acco-unt of the popularity o-f the track team.
In fact it was such a success that the manage-rs each appro-
priated two- dollars to spend on the -coming circus do-wn town
in order to- 'get ideas for improvements, such as the additio-n
of ballet dancers. Anybody who says Allegheny has not her
share' of versatile genius, and to spare, let him see her circus
at any of the big resorts this summer. I-Ie may have seen the
Mardi Gras at Paris, Buffalo Bill at Youngstown and the
Dog Sho-w at Pittsburg, but he doesn't know what a show is
until he has seen our college circus." X
ALLEGHENY" NEEDS A
" Few DOLLARS,
Almanacsays 91. It looks almost as though Johnny
were leading a double life. He's about the same- as last year-
onlylone year older-seemingly two or three younger. Insists
on courting Misssflraser and Miss Spalding. Can do great
things witha spade.-.I . - y y -A T. ' A
' VVILLAM T.. DUTTOTN. A C i '
"Dut" is still a good fello-w. Likes the girls and having
none in his classes spends his spare time loafing about the
campus with the fair coeds. Smokes Duke's Mixture and is
largely responsible for the Mail Pouch"Doc,' Donaldson
uses. A A i i A r ' A t
by VVILLIAM A. ELgLIo-TT.
Wears a beard and pa stand-up collar. Thoroughly wor-
shipped by those who know him, but eternally knocked by
those who- look no deeperthan the rough exterior that shows-
itself through the 'Hbusiness windowf' Goes to' Y. M. C. A.
meetings. A r
H y .CLARENCE F, ROSS. I
No ,bigger than he was last year, That is as to his body,
otherwise we wonder if he couldbe any bigger.. One of the
few men we- know who treats everybody exactly alike. Has
a few leaky ideas on athletics, and as the plumber pays no
attention to time,-l Teaches more than Latinin his classes.
Will spend his summer setting up pins in 'Hulings bowling
alley. r . 4 , 3 ' r y
-FRANK C. LOCKWOQD. .
"And the villian still pursued herf' ,The fountain pen
of the Quill' Club. Will spend' his summer vacation "sp-ieling"
for the Nickleodion out at the 'Springs. , '
As delightful anhold lady as one often meets. And yet he
is on the athleti-c board. "Doc" did want the board to- hold its
regular meetings in the museum but Hartung was afraid some
naughty student would lock the door from the outside. Always
worrying the birds. Has some ideas of his own.
. - GEORGE A MULEINGER.
His is a sad story. 'Reared in the neighborhood of Chi-
cago, hewas fed on cheese, wieners and pigs' feet. incidentally
saur kraut, pretzels and beer, and he decided to. teach
German. ' Here in old Allegheny he has made himself famous
by founding the German Club and taking great interest in all
student affairsg '6We have read 'seventeen chapters of if'
EDWARD WE.LLS. A t
. "We beg leave to announce the engagement of --"
Well, Eddy, old boy, we ho-peyour married life will be happy
and that Mrs. W- will make yo-u resign from' the athletic
board. A retiring' member of the Bachelors' Boarding Club.
MARGARET E. N. FRASER. T
. She possesses a truly English sense- o-f propriety. With
her appearance Laufferanian customs ofmidnight spreads for
men and.Sunday-night strolls, were ended. The coupon sys-
tem of securing girls' in the Hall was initiated with her. Yet
"With malice to-ward noneg with charity for allg with firmness
in the right," she steadfastly follows out Teddy's ideas about
a square deal. A v
. CAMDEN M. COBERN.
'6Nervy Nat".of the New Testament. "At the close of this
service we will --." Never did believe in the old cloths
man--so when he entered Allgheny..last fall he unpackedfrom
among, the -moth balls his deareold clothes o-f '76 and now he
wearsythem. Happy asa "hand-out artist." T ,
CHARLES I. LING.
"Dad"'C is a good fellow and atalker without terminal fa-
cilities. A good ,miXer. Unlike' some of the other Profs. he
knows how to keep his work up and stilllkhave a little time for
the boys. A goo-d traveling companion for Dut. Here's to
more like Ling. "We have read thirty-four chapters-."
HENRY MCGILBERT WAGSTAEE.
Also member of the Bachelo1r's Boarding Club. Leader of
the faculty choir. Very much adored by the gif1S, Wh0 thiljk
his nature is one of unlimited sentiment. I Vffagstaff seems to
be pining away-we suppose there must be some happy little
lassie down in "mah own state' wholongsvfor his return.
E f I LEIVIUEL R. BROIVVIN. .
Always some place on the-campus, seemingly out for
track.. But though wearingpneither track suit nor mole-skin,
his hands are calloused and he has helped to hang several
banners on the trophy walls of old Alleghe. Is losing his
old job. I I I
I OSCAR P. AKERS.
Has a nice wife. The only trouble with "Hank" is that he
kno-ws too much Math. to- have anything to do with poor inno-
cent Freshmen. Meansawell but somehow hercanft get on the
wagon. The C.. Es. all think 'fHank" is Hthe goods." I
GUY M. SNAVELY.
, A conclusive argument in favor of married life. Should'
be a shining and high example to some of our old Profs. Has
all the girls sore because he's married.
J. HARRIS WEIRNER. I
The Stephen of thefcauseiat Allegheny. Wo1u'ld if he
could, but it looks Ia whole lot as if he cawhn't. But 'ere,s
'opin go-o-d luck to 'im. A '
ALICE HUNTINGTON SPALDING.
Still with us. And we are glad. Her influence o-ver Miss
Fraser is delightful and pleasing. Elocutio-n I. is longing for
the good old days of Miss Spalding. She is adored by Hart-
ung which is really the only thing we know 'against her.
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"The mofnoto-ny of routine is not conducive to high
idea.ls."+Senator Bro-Wn-. T
I O. C. J. was caliledfA1legheroo, Q
Of cas-es he ha.d qiiite ilu'-f.QT7V
First:Soulful Sal he held in state,
Then he worshipped' Katherine-the-Greatg
Miss White o'er his heart soon held full sway,
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The meeting was called to o-rder at 7 o'clock by Secy.
Salty Xbra Bright. Rev, W'hat Tell Mackey was elected
chairman. The principal paper of the evening was then taken
up by Mr. Overdrawn Cranium jones, on the subject, of
"Roman Sports." Mr. Io-nes cleverly showed what good times
the Ro-man sports' had andl depicted them insome of their
characteristic practices. Mr. Jones also showed the relation
o-f the Y. M. C. A. tothe times o-f Caesar and drew skillful
deductions concerning the duties of the president of this body
'in that age. Among his duties was that of cheer leader in
the gladiato-rial fights. and leader of the singing in the Vestal
Virgin choir. Another duty which he very seldom fulfilled
was to strew the path of Caesar with "Ho-wery" tributes, thus
-symbolizing that the people believed their lord'srsole would
fbe cleaned. Mr. Jones sho-wed ho-w these customs had come
-down to us as a heritage and asked the support of the student
'bo-dy inlkeeping up this high standard of the office. Return-
ing to his original subject Mr. I-onesithen showed ho-w present
day sports were sad degenera.tes o-f the goo-d.,oldi"bloods" and
cited as examples, Young Prex Crawford, Co-usins, "Bish"
Kelley and Millward. Qnlya few ofthe o-ld type are alive.
Noted Examples of these are I. Hasbeen. Werner, J. Hamnett
and Darling lVfcFeaters. Mr. Jones in his usual happy mam
-ner then called for three ro-using cheers for thesere-lics o-f the
'past and they were given amidst great enthusiasm. Bill Elliott
was so tickled that he jumped up and embraced: the armless
'statue in the corner, thinking that his o-ld spo-rting days were
come back again.
Mr. Alphabetical X. Y. Z.,,Etc. Miller then read a paper
on Roman Race Tracks. This paper Was very good, but it
seemed somewhat familiar to all Who have read the encyclof
pedia. After the reading of the paper, Prof. Ross told of
so-me of his experiences in Rome. The professor dwelt inter-
estingly on the good days he spent at horse races, drinking
champagne and betting snug sums. r The Professor ended, his
charming discourse by declaring that he could pick out the
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ance to him in his class Work. Amid great applause the meet-
ing adjourned till the second following Tuesday, when a paper
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Last fall there was born- at Allegheny a new society.
This society, no-W famous over the whole length and breadth
of the campus, was the Riff-Ralf. V '
After years of Waiting, during which time they deposited
in the coffers of the college moneyto- pay for the support of
the Thoburn Club, to establish the chair of English Bible,
and to send several missionaries to heathen nations, the en-
gineering students of the college arose and asserted them-
selves. i f
The first meeting was held at the Delt Ho-use, which
"Blick" Cappeau kindly lent for the occasion. "Doc.', Donald-
son furnished the Mail Pouch and each member brought
.along his package of Bull Durham and pipe. The first im-
portant business was the adoption of these popular brands
as the official brands of the- so-ciety, although "iDut'." made
a strong plea. for Duke's Mixture. With this impo-rtant and
momentous question out of the way, the charter members
began to- smoke up and soon settled into- this discussion of ai
constitution and by-lavvs. ,
Everything went smoothly until the question came up of
a name for the infant society. Of course, the only logical
name was that endearing appellation. used by Dr. Crawford
in his confidential chapel talk at the beginning of the year.
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But the-term Riff-Raff did not appeal to "Dut." and "Dad,'
Ling in spite of its appropriteness, its ,picturesqueness and
its touch of local color. They wanted something more digni-
fied which they could use in faculty meetings. So-, in order
to appease these lliustrious members, the body adopted. as,
its o-Hicial cognomen, The Society of Applied Science. It
was distinctly understood, however, that this name was to
be used only on state occasions, in the Campus write-ups
and in the minutes. A
The- motto of the society, with which everyone is familiar,
was the natural outgrowth of the purpose of organization.
Terse, plain and to the point as it is, it has o-nly one objec-
tion and that is that it represents no-t merely the sentiment
of the Riff-Raff, but also of many other students in college.
However, as no other college organization had accepted it
officially, it was accepted with enthusiasm.
The' new organization started off with a flourish and has
grown stronger ever since. With a membership of forty,
it has been. able to subscribe for all the leading engineering
publications and to place them at the disposal of the members
in its own reading room. The meetings have- been held bi-
weekly with splendid attendance and have been productive of
much good. T
But the greatest beneiit will come in the future when the
purpose of the society beco-mes fully realized. This will be
when the seven hundred dollars annually paid in by members
of the Riff-Raff is turned over to the Department o-f Engi-
neering for its own use., It will be hard on the preachers,
we know, and it may never happen until Prex becomes a
bishop, but we all hope that he will be a bishop- some day.
Toes-in Club .g
p Any man able to stop a. pig in an alley ineligible.,
"Tax" Miner, alias f'T'angle-foo-tv ........ Q ...... i. .President
CBase Ball Representative--tha.t's why Tax can't stop a
' ball. He runs too mueh in one place.j p A
Burt, Poet. Q ...................... Dago- Representatiye
Qfioreign Immigrant and looks it.j
Muhliinger fHansj ...... A ........................ Q.. janitor
QRepresents the Facultyj W
'jones QAllegheruj .............. .. ............... I Butler
QRiff-Raff Representative.-"A few more weeks o-f hellish-
. P ness and then the min.istry."j p
Ferrall ........ , ........... . ....... Q ............. Historian
I QY. M. C. A. Representative.-A few more turns at 'Sun-
day School and then a h- of a good time this p
A sum-mer, says Mrs. Cfichitaj . .
Dennis .......................... l ............. . . L Author
Qfrish Representative-another foreign immigrant, who
says "damn" politelylj ,
Polly Millner ........ , .... ' .... Z. .. ............... Reporter
,fRepresents Hulings Hall. One of, Mrs. Huling'sfpets. .
The Goddess Diana always has him' engagedj p p
Smith ............ ' ............. H .. ..... A . . . .' . .Q .1 . Y. Chaplain
H CD-uke's Mixture Representative-Stillswearsj' A
Push Miller ............................ , ...... Mouth Piece
QRepresents society-was born fat. Grauels at his fate.j
Cole, not Fatty. .1 .... ............ . .... a .Mellin's ,Food Baby
"Mr." A. B. Hines .............. Not One of the 57 Varieties
QStudent Candidate for Senior Sixteen., Phi Kappa. Repre-
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FOUND AT LAST-Vlfhat is believed to be Darvvin's missing
link has been found at Meadville, Pa. It is said -to bear
markedresemblance to a man and seems to propel itself
almost entirely on its hind legs-. It is frequently heard
to emit from its huge, protruding chest a sullen, gutteral,
kavv-awnt deupeu it, Ylu kavv-avvnt deu-eu it. H
Snavely Qafter the circusj-"Miss Fraser asked me what
it meant when Miss B. Handed Chesty a lemon." i
Wagstaff-"I hope you 'didn't tell her-then she can't
hand me one."
Prex in Chapel Dec. 14.-I have been advised by a mem-
ber of the Y. C. A. board that many of the students do not
understa.nd that the opening ho-ur of these meetings is a
quarter of seven. There will be a I5 minute- praise service
and then Dr. Henderson ivvill speakg Allow' me to say that
to-night Dr. Wells Will sing. The meeting ,Will open at seven.
Dr. Wells will sing and then Dr. Henderson will speak!!!
the meeting will commence at a quarter of seven, Dr. Wells
will speak and then Dr. Henderson will4-the meeting will
open at a quarter of seven---Dr. Wells will sing-and at
seven o'clock Dr. Henderson will speak. H A
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Chartered in 1815.
President .. .
Secretary. . . ...... 1. . .
.. .... Meorge Gulfinger
. Members Initiated in 1907.
A. Datson 'VVonaldson
R. Henneth Korn?
I. Eber Wevatrlii
A Garl Easy
C. Cas'on Joggonl
A. Parker Pandrews
ern.ando Femple Tish
A A. Harles Cartung
Weliza Ilson Kelley
Wohn falter McClintock
Werman All-ace Hiner
Address, june, 1907 .......
is 1 lar Chfoicre
Tilliam Wait, C.F
The Aesthetic Trend of Fluntkeology.
tC1h'o1se11 on gene-ral qualities.
Popu -. V
iT'e2mp-orarily suspended on alccoun-t of Sunday study. .
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1 Motto+"'Avoid Signs and Be Loadedf'
Colors-Black and Blue.
- ' Oilleers.
Past Chief Misser .... .......... .... E . A. Smith, Ph.D.
Chief Misser ..... ....... ....... R . K. Horn
Sentinel ....... ...... 7 . . . . . Nooly Ving
i . Members.
"Cap,' Douthitttk "Boney Horn
"Abe" Wilkinso-n Otto Houser
"Booze" Russell "Blick" Russell
"Dick" Baker' "Cot" Nelson
H. Crawfor f Arch Perryi
Pledged Members. M 1
"Red" Hickernell "Lemmie" Brown
A 4 "Abe" Wilkinsoln and "Blick" H
,"'FDeparted this College Dec., 1906. THonorary Member. ISingle Barrel.
3 4 Shells 3 Game Classes
' Members Used Points Cut
'fCap"' Douthittfk .... . 92' I3 4
"Abe"' Wilkinson . . . . . 247 I7 I2
"Dick" Baker .... . . . 22 o 2
Arch Perrytitic .... . . .- IQ 3 ' 3
"Boney" Horn . . . . . C479 I4 A I4
"Booze,' Russell . .. 931, 7 I4
Otto Houser .... . .. 223 4 9 6
"Cot" Nelson . . . . 29 4 2
Max Lick? . . ., .... . . . 34 o 23
W. H. Crawford . .. ... o o o
E. A. Smith? .......... , .... .. o o O
Nooly Ving-Stands, 3753 Flushes, 645 Retrieves, 6.
""'?Single Barrel. 1'Fu,nnel Gun. IAbroad studying English Field dogs and
methods. t - 185
The Shame of the Colleges
CWith apologies to Wallace Irwin.Q
Shades of Timothy Alden! Can it be possible in this,
the day of graft exposure, such as the state capitol, Standard
Gil, Bar-Tenders' Union and Independent Qrder of Kitchen
Mechanics, can it be possible, we say, that Allegheny College
has so far escaped the disgrace of official investigating com-
mittees. To her shame be it said that thus far she has care-
fully covered up all traces of her guilt by means of the unholy
and perverted methods of such an organization as the Tho-
burn Club. But the time for expo-sure has come, and to me
as official wielder of the muckfrake is given the task of setting
forth Allegheny College in her true- light. Cogitatel The
educational institution, surname Allegio Allegheniensis, is at
present the home of the m-ost colossal rmonopoly ever heard
of, cornering as it is the entire visible supply of Qthink of itlj
Methodist preachers. You say I cannot prove this. Let
Such a state of affairs as exists at present cannot go on.
Suffering humanity canno-t be denied. Think of all the Meth-
odist co-nferen-ces from the' Atlantic to- the Pacific uniting in
one long, loud wail: "Are there no preachers to be had?"
And back from the wilds of Crawford County shall be wafted
on the sighing zephyrs: "Woe, Woe! Allegheny Co-llege
has a corner o-n the market? When I think of this I imme-
diately become so angry that I am- about to crush a real
Malaga grape. When lol the thought strikes me that things
were not always thus.
Before the days of the genus Riff-Raff Qfor definition see
Savonarola by W. I-I. CJ the Methodist preacher, genus Alle-
gheniensis, was an honest hardQworking cuss, with no- other
ambition than to- get three square meals on Sunday Qchicken
preferredj and a fifty cent collection at the evening service.
Thus he lived his simple pastoral froot-pastorj .existence
and was content. With the coming of the RifffRaff all was
changed. Cherished ideals and traditions were crushed to
earth in the mad scramble for filthy lucre. Thus it was that
the horrible scheme of exacting a'S-15.oo fee from the Riff-
Raff was concocted, and the hitherto pasteurized Qroo-t-pastorj
.specimen of the genus preacher became a gentleman waxing
fat on flourishing on the ill-gotten spoils of the Riff-Raff.
Then it was that the first seeds of the great monopoly were
sown in an organization known as the Lily Club, whose stir-
ring motto was "We toil not, neither do we spin." Oh, the
shame of it! ' I I
Disguised as a trustee, I managed to attend a meeting
of this organization. Their opening hymn ran. as follows:
"We're,.the Lilly Club of Allegheny College,
Foal de ro-l, de rol, rol, rol,
y The Riff-Raff furnish all our knowledge,
, Fo-l de rol, de rol, rol, ro-1,
i'CWhen we come here to sing and preach,
- The- RifffRaff gives support to each. In
This hymn was sung with fervid, fetching feeling and
expressions of flendish glee were evident on all 'the sancti-
lied, serene co-untenances. Sick at heart, I hurried away from
this assembly. But my ho-rrible exposure must go on.
Acro-ss the campus on the second Hoor of a lo-ng, three-
story, red brick structure I met an -o-ld gentleman in the
midst of auroomful of youths. The old gentleman was puf-
fing fiercely at an o-ld co-rn-co-b pipe, 'emitting all the while
dense clouds of smoke. A bag of Duke's Mixture was care-
fully stowed away in his left hip pocketg "Sir," I asked,
"'what 'means this roomful of pinched and hard-worked
'youths bending over elevated tables and working as if their
lives depended on it?" f"This,l' he replied, "is the Riff-Raff
-department of the college, which is now laboring to get suf-
ficient 'dater' fo-r devising a scheme whereby thepreachers
'may use sermonettes from Hinds 81 Noble, guaranteed strickly
'fresh and not too orthodox to offend the most fastidious.
But, alas, they insist on using such topics as, 'Can Good
Board be Obtained for 3.97 per week, and 'Why cannot the
Riff-Raff pay us a salary while attending school?"' I-Ie
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turned away, grasping the ear of a lu-ckless youth firmly be-
tween the thumb and forefinger. As I stood there I heard a
low murmur of voices which soon resolved itself into- these
wo-rds, "To H-Q1 with the Preachers." Sadly- I wended my
way hence. '
But the preachers' were not content with such a meagre
monopoly as the Lily Club:
On a bright moonlight night, when it was raining hor-
ribly and ,all nature seemed atune, the stupendous, scintillat-
ing scheme ofthe- Thoburn Club was hatched. Here the
doom of the Rifff-Raft was sealed and the corner on gentlemen
Methodist preachers was completed, withdrawing from the
market all fsuperannuated local and ' embryoine preachers. The
preacher trust is a' reality. It stands forth in all its brazen
effrontery saying to- the lean, lanky presiding elder and the
haughty official board and trustees: "Go to! Unless the
yearly stipend of filthy lucre be increased Ioo per cent there
shall no preacher go fo-rth unto thee to counsel theeand eat
thy chicken dinner." And hereupon all presiding elders, offi--I
cial boards, etc., trembled, for they were afraid lest the full
measure of the gospel be not disseminated unto them, and lo!
-all salaries were increased. '
Iblush with shame as I relate these facts, yet the spirit
of the big stick and the muck-rake is abroad in the land and
will not down., Should any further proof of the existenceof
this mighty corporation be desired, by calling at myao-ffice Cof
which I have nonej when I am notat home, I will cheerfully
furnish any additional facts as well as a subscribed and sworn
statement of how' a member of the Tho-burn Club may go
through Allegheny College, all' expenses' paid Qby the Riff-
Raffj for 349.63 Qwhite tie and dress suit included, as well
as a charge in Blooming Valleypaying 5.48 per Sunday and
boardjq' Down' with the Gentleman Preacher 'Prust.
List to me again, as I unfold another horrible tale. No-t
content with theo-ppressio-nlof the Riff-Raff, the nefarious
Thoburn Club, edged on by such leaders as Phi Delt Cole
and Chas. I-Iartung, octopusalike, extend a slimy, sinewy ten-
tacle into the field of athletics. Our hitherto- unbiased Prex
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was made to feel their baneful influence, and straightway he
issued a decree that there henceforth should be no athletic
contests on- Wednesday, neither should there be any social
function on the evening of the said day. You ask why Wed-
nesday was selected of all the several days of the week? Let
me whisper. The Gentleman Preacher Trust, more politely
the Thoburn Club, had compelled one weak, lonely Prex to
bow the knee to their decree setting apart Wednesday after-
noo-n and evening when all the amative young men and
ladies' of the college might get together for an evening stroll,
using attendance at Y. M. C. A. merely as an excuse for get-
ting out. Then again, should any young man be unfortunate
enough to catch cold playing tennis on Wednesday afternoon,
peradventure he co-uld no-t attend the evening service.
These few 'facts are sufficient in themselves to pro-ve my
statements. The trust exists in our beloved college. "At the
present time I am so outraged that I cannot trust myself to
speak on the matter. T'he whole thing is reprehensible."
Therefore, I appeal to you, youths and maidens of this our
beloved Alma'lVIa,ter, that we may rise up in our might and
smite this monster three successive blows upon the bare
wrist, and with your rough-shod pedal extremities propel it
hastily from our portals. Finis. ' '
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Feb. 16th-March 28th.
The Six Best Sellers
The Art of Browning: By E rank C. Lockwood, of Alle-
gheny College. This is a stereotyped dessertatio-n on im-
proved methods- by which' to bore an English class. Recom-
mended by Prex and some of the nervous inmates o-f Rulings
.as a sure cure for insomnia. Mr. Lockwood has been greatly
aided by Lemuel R. Brown, author of "English as She Should
be Taught." Illustrations by Ali-ce and Dr., I. Hasbeen.
Price 38c, or free with six tags taken from,Duke's, Mixture.
Special Offer to Riff Raff. r A
Savonarola: By Dr. W. H. Crawford, Butcher. In this
book Dr. Crawford is at his best as a butcher of the Kingls
English. Written at the special request of Nervy Nat and the
Thoburn Club. Boun.d in old gold and blue and teems with
the spirit o-f Old Al-le-ghe-the accent on the first syllable.
Price 31.36, the 36 to be divided between Doc. Smith and Gill.
The Beauty' o-f Time: Jonathan Hamnett, the daddy
of the bunch. Johnnie isa cl-0-se student of Frank C's. style,
so you know what to expect. The book contains- interviews
with Doc Ling and Prof. Wagstaff on how to keep on the
good side of the bunch. Prof. Ross also shows how to get
an extra recitation out of a class during a month by kee-ping
them three or four minutes each day. .This is a good seller,
but makes poor reading. Price 49c. Half price to young men
having the ministry in view.
' A Memoirs of Miss Spaulding and Bill Millward: Auto-
biographies of the two oldest landmarks of the school, barring
only Johnnie' I-Iamnett. Recalls the time when Bill carried
bats for Iohnnie's championship team. Also attreatise o-n the
degeneration of the modern college man's heart. Stro-ng ar-
guments in favor of bachelor, tax. A very popular book at
popular prices. TIQC a copy. A
Werner'sl Gasology or The Development of Normal
Chests and Abnormal Kopfs: By I. Harris Werner, ex-con-
vict and damphool. A A romantic novel taken from a chapter
Of..-the.,guthO.ffS,,,Qwn,lifei. .Special info-rmation to knockers.
Tells how tolwork athletic electio-ns and gives explicit inStruc-
tion pn' ho-w togbuffalo the Athletic committee. Many famous
pose? hiby the author. The first edition was taken by the au-
thor'-.for his friends. Second edition still at the press.
Kaldron: The sixth best seller. See Campus May 28.
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' Lesson I. e I
run'-ning li'-brar-y La-Boun'-ty,
I see a candle. Is the candle burning?
C Yes, it is burning quite brightly. See the wax
I running down its side! ,To whom does this
candle belong? It belongs to the college
library. It was placed there by a good bo-y
, . nam-ed La Bounty. Is not that a hard name
for little children to say? '
' , ' Lesson II.
p r scis,-sors naught"-y Charles
What a pretty pair of scissors! Are they sharp?
We cannot tell. Can they cut? Oh, yes,.they can cut,
but they will not hurt you if you do not touch them. '
What! are they for? To cut the hair of naughty
boys. Little Charles A. ran off 'without telling, '
and his playmates cut off all his nice hair. Naughty
Charles! to run away without telling. i
A p Lesson III,
of'-tice talk'-ing ma-chine' un-der-stand'
C9 . Here is e large key. Where did you find if? 1
did not find it, but I know, whose it isl It belongs
to a man who has a little office. Is- there anything
in this office? Yes! there is a kind man and a talk-
ing machine, but you cannot understand what it
says.. What makes the machine talk? I do not
know, but the kind man will tell me. Let us ask him.
cLesson IV. , ' V
bakler Os,-car him-self, clev'-er hand'-some
Who is this I see? Is it the baker who makes
our bread? No, nog this is Os-car Brown with his vn-
white hee. He made if all by himeeif. weeit net .ag K,
quite clever of Qscar to make it all alone and does ,f
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he not look handsome with it on his head?
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s will make their papas angry.
'read'-ing Doc'-tor' Mul'-ing-er someltimes pray,-er
A Let us look at this big man.. What is
the big ma-n doing? He is readinghto a. great
many children. Do you know his name? Yes, it
is Doctor Mul-ting-er.i Sometimes, when the chil-
dren are good, hemakes a long prayer for them.
This does not please them. But he loves the chil-
dren and they love him. Dear old Doctor Mul-
fing-er! c 1
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po-lice'-man Hul'-ings pa-pas' anglry
The 'policeman is coming! I can see
him come! What has he in his hand? Oh!
that is a big club with which he hits bad
people. For whom is he coming, then? Do
not fear. He will not hurt good children.
He is coming' to take home bad girls from
Hulings who stay out late at night. This
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Miss EdSO.n Qin new rainyfday skirtj-"Professor, do you
think a short skirtmakes a. girl look shorter?"
Dut.-"Yes, but they always make me lo-ok longer."
Dicky A- had a wonderful bass
His was really a marvelous cass, '
So deep was the s-o-und i
That it came from the ground-
Nota single no-te came from his fass.
I Senior Classl?rophecy x
The future- 'Tis aa'aiilgbleO'fbo1ng- topic. Everyone anxi-
ous to know 'what'is' toiltakjefpllalce-'Lin the next few yearsj,-.. And
this is ie-specially true of a crowd of people like ours. Gathered
around' a board 'as we are to-night, we 'would all like to know
what is tobecome of us and what we are to we get
omit into thC:'ewide, wide world. A ' H me I
2' Now, most people' when delving into the future consult
some mysterious personage like a fairy or at witch or a gnome,
or resort tosome such foretelleriof the future as cards, the
tea cups or palm reading.. Now, much as I would like to hold
your hands, at least some of your hands, and trace out the
future paths from the windings of those delicate lines, time
will not permit, nor is it necessary. I merely consulted a
few of my friends on the faculty, because I thought them
quite competent, after knowing ,us fo-r 'three years and 'a half,
to devine what we are goingto- do inthe future. fThe first
man I struck was Dr. Lockwood and I' said to him, "Frank,
what do you think of the future of the class of 1907, the illus-
trious Seniors now in college?" I-Ie looked at me in amaze-
ment, as if the question were entirely uncalled for and said,
"W'hy, Kite, you know what..I think. I am certain that each
one is destined to be great." The answer, of- course, was en'-
tirely expected and I got the same one from every other person
whom I inquired. So you knowyour future as well' as'fI can
tell it to yo-u. You are all going to be great. I A
But, as we all know, greatness is secured in three dif-
ferent waysg some men are born great, sto-me 'achieve great-
ness, while others have greatness thrust upon them. Now,
it is just so with this great, Senior class. -. ' '. p
'I'here's Abbott and, Bro-wn, and jones and MCC-lintock,
and Miner and Seybolt, and Vosler and Miss Carroll, and
Miss Johnson and Miss Slater, and Miss Roberts. All "these
were born. great. Before they ever thought of .. coming tothe
classic hallsof Qld Allegheny they were destined to be great.
Sprung from long lines of prominent ancestors, their future
was a foregone conclusion. Before Olin ever heard of a Y.
M. C. A. his father, and his. grandfather werebringing the
sheep into-the fold. , ' .4 ' o
Then look at Bright and Coggon and Gill,yand Donald-
son and 'LaBountyan'df.Main, and Mackey and Fish and Rob-
inson, and Miss Adams and Miss Berkey and Miss Phillips.
Born in environments over which they had no control, they
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have .risen to the high position they now occupy. Bright
couldn't help it because he was born in England and Doc.
Donaldson is rapidly assuming a civilized expression. Why
'Stanley can even see a joke once in a while and Doc. has cut
out sm-o-king, and when he quits Mail ,Pouch and snuff he will
have left -all traces of the soft coal mines behind him. La
Bo-unty has suceeded in rising from the poorest o-f Lock-
wood's quillies to the position of a yellow editor of a yellow
journal. And Mackey from his humble birth is 'now 'Hone of
the intellectual aristocracyn of the college. Sam Robinson
was a sickly child, but is now a star athleteand a prominent
menibermof the Fat Men's team. Miss Adams keeps getting
larger .all the time and Charlie Gin win so-ofn Own 411 the
paying investments inlAllegheny College. I A
To- take- the rest, then, Evaul and Griggs and Bo-ney
Ho-rn and "Bish." Kelley and Hartung and Irwin. a.nd Benny
Miller and Push and Miss Courtenay and Miss Co-us-ins' and
the Fowler girls and Miss Marho-fer. They have had great-
ness thrust upon them. Why Charlie Hartung there from the
merest dark horse- in the race for presidential honors, had the
class ,leadership literally thrown at him and he was elected
unanimo-usly. He couldn't help it and Evaul and Griggs
were thrust into the Riff-Raff by Dr. Crawford. Such honor
as this -comes not by hard work. It is an act of Providence.
Push 'Miller had thatface thrust upon him and Miss-Cousins
was-appointed by a divine hand to- lead the Hall girls into
the Y. W. C. A. .C P- A ,ut
It is impossible for me to tou-ch upo-n the greatness o-f each
of us, but it isuapparent to all that future greatness is as-
sured. No-thing can stop us as, led by such a great executive
head, we march out into- an expectant world. Gur future is
too great to be guessed at. Of course all the girls are going
to- be married. Who would think of such b,eautiful.Creatures
pining their lives away alone, while-such a lierce loo-king
crowd of men' is constantly around. Next year is leap year,
too, girls, and that's a great opportunity. p
,Words cannot describe. the greatness which Ilisee just
ahead of us, so you will have to wait until we have all ex-
pef1gnCed.1f,. andlthen when we come back, years hence, to
our anniversaries and we bring our WiV6S and Children back
with us and recount our successesrtogether, we will all agree
that the class of "Kemo-, Kimo-, Rip Tip Clay" was an illus-
trious class and its prophet spoke the truth.
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QCopied from Student's Manual.j
It possesses: A
'Seventeen saloons: Seven on North Main street and ten
on Park avenue within easy reach of the college campus. It
is rumored that the college authorities, after P'rexie's failure
in pork packing, have decided to re-open the old stand across
from the Delt House, as a speakfeasy. Students' rates will
be given from 1o:3o p. m. to 3130 a. ni. ,
Allegheny College: This institution has turned out many
brilliant men, as for exa.mple, Bill Sturtevantfand others. To
those not seekinglthis noble finale to- the P. B. degree a quiet
word is spoken on the side at the end of the year. GDB K to
preachers. Q A A
Meadville Theological School: A home for worneout and
o-ver-worked students. Dr. Werner's classes in piro-uetteS
never fail to restore the lost vitality. No book store. ' y
Meadville Commercial College: Allegheny's strong rival
in crap-shooting. A
A public school system: Seco-nd only to Prexie's infantile
class in Ethics. All students, are required to think standing.
Daily papers: The "Police Gazette," and the "College
Dictatorf edited by Bill, and six weaklfies, including the ."cCam-
pus," "The Ta.rbell" and "The Malignant Masterpiece."
Two railro-ad systems: r The McFeater's Belt Linetand the
Ten Mile Bottom, Central. q
Fifteen hospitals.: A Exceptionally good work done on
cases -connected with Senior-Soph banquets and 'Saturday
night jollilicatio-ns or with Phi Delt parties. A i
Two hotels: Towels and hot water furnished on applica-
tion. Both with license. ,Pretty waitresses. ' '
d A handsome Qpera House: Ten, twent and thirtshows
a specialty.: Suchclassicalpro-ductions as the "Social Whirl"
greatly increase the general culture of the entire' student bo-dy.
Hulings Hall girls may attend onlyparticular attractions..
d Two national banks: One by W. S. Smith, college treas-
urer, and o-ne Supported by Father Luce. Stock gambling a
specialty. A. s.pecial agent is kept in Wall Street constantly,
the man last year being the well kno-Wn poker shark. Bill
Thomas. Also one trust company, Qnly ten day permits
granted. , . . . o .
A fair ground and race track: In historic 'old Vallonia.
Many students make their Way through college by scientific
betting on a single day's sport. Special .rooms for cock lights
and ten-round scraps. For further information apply to Secy.
' A H CHAS. A. HAIRTUNG,
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LA BELLE SOEUR
Meadville, Pa., Feb. 23, 1907.
Honored and Majestic Sir 1- I I
' Your humble servant arrived in this village at midnight of
the Ist inst. As you must well knofw, there is a college here,
and thinking that there might be many choice souls whom
I could devour, I made my way to it on the evening of
the 22nd. I found there much bustle and an atmosphere of
intensest expectation. As minds were to-o busy for me to
tamper with then, I took my stand above the gymnasium and
witnessed there that night many' and strange sights. A
goodly company off young men. andlfwo-men first appeared.
They were arrayed in black robes andeloo-ked as though learnf
ing had crushed their skullsesol flat were the to-ps of their
heads. T'hey were led by a professed enemy of our kingdom,
a demigod with shocking hair ianda big mouth, stretched, it
seemed to me by denunciation, of happiness' His case may
not be so hopeless as it looks., -,,,,,Q ,l,We may get him yet. Then
came a gro-up o-f angels, as' I thought, for they were arrayed
in flowing ro-bes of white. Byfllgateif.inquiries I find that they
have the most promising material of all for our business.
Their robes were the clever invention of a young man, E. C.,
on our boo-ks, and were designed -expressly as a mockery of
the true colors of the group. Please have a co-mplimentary
crown made for the inventor. , A
A company then came in whose appearance caused a tem-
porary stoppage of my heart's action-. Theylooked like the
old witch-hunters of New England. that those good
o-ld days were here again! I- feared lest the 'icy chilliness
of their breath should freeze my being, but stood my ground,
only to find that they were harmless. There was a lank rascal
in their number,gwith a mouth that looked good to me. You
shall hear more of him, perhaps, hefeafter. He, too, I hear,
is an enemy of ours.
l The last gro-up was one full of kindred spirits. One or
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two of them gave me some pointers on how real devils should
look. The leader of thisgro-up was abo-ut as evil loo-king a
specimen as any that I have seeni elsewhere, and yet he was
a beauty as 'compared with some.
So busy had I been examining the richer goods that I had
failed up to this point to notice a varigated bunch oi whom
the less said the better. They evidently lo-oked upon them-
selve-s as leaders in excellent living, yet I was pleased to notice
that our trade mark was not altogether' absent. Some of them
had it deeply engraved .
p' The events that followed were- lively to the extreme. The
leading bunch, to my great pleasure-you. know that imps
are naturally jealous-got it right and leftfrom- all the others.
There were speeches made there that were of an order calcu-
-lated to draw the tears from a 'Sunday school class-.- Well, so
the time went on until the gathering dispersed. I can say
with' great pleasure that my trip here will probablybe very
productive of .good results. ' y
' Your obedient servant,
I I' BEELZEBUB.
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Glee Club Trips
QLetters from ,a Freshman to- his mother.j r
I Union City, 'March -, IIQO7.
Dear Mother4I am inmyroom and while I am waiting
for Morrison to come in the went home after the concert with
a girlj I will tell you what a go-od time I am having. I thought
that we would never get here, because so-me of the fellows
almost missed the train. Bill Thomas' girl Qnot Mabel, but
his new onej came down to the depot with him and he almo-st
forgot to get on the train, and he had to- run to- catch it. He
can run pretty fast, too. We had lots of. fun o-n the train.
As soon as we were out of the city some of the fellows went
into the smoking! car and smo-ked cigarettes., I 'heard them
'say though that they were- Y. M. C. A. ones and that they
smoked them for their voices. Uerusalem Camel and Bony
Horn smoked to-bacco.j Did you ever play pit? 'It is lots of
fun and I learned, to play it on the train. iWe made so- much
noise that the conductor go-t awful mad and was going to
make us get off, so we qu-it. There was a real nice girl on
the train and she kept looking at Mr. Leggins and he went
and sat with her. The boys all laughed, but he didn't -care,
only he got pretty red. He goes with a nice girl, too, at Alle-
gheny. Wouldn't she be mad if she knew' it?
When we got here we were farmed aro-und to the church
members. I heard some of the fellows- say that they didn't
.like their places because there were no girls there Mr
.Coggon went to a hotel Qit ' '
.HC iS the manager and carries a little satchel on his shoulder
fi? the money he .gCtS. .I looked into it, but there wasn't any-
t ing, there. Hue. is quite pretty, but some of the boys are
awful mad at him. He promisedto give them a big trip at
Christmas, but he didn't. I
love and didn't have time. His girl's name is Louise, I guess,
and he goes.. walking with iher a whole lot.
A There were lots of folks at the concert and the whole
church 'was full. The Mandolin Club played the first piece
and I guess somebody's mandolin was out of tune, for it
sounded sort of funny. Anyway Doc. Clark swore when he
,came off the stage and looked awful mad. .He said, "You
.fellows play like a Zobo- band."
,- When the- -club 'went out to sing I was pretty scared and
I felt sort of out of place in that swallow-tailed coat. But I
stood in the back row, so I didn't care so much. The leader
sho-ok his head and then we began to sing. We sang an awful
.funny piece, where we all laughed. A little man on the end
put his hand on his stomach and laughed all by himself. The
people thought he was a little Jap, but he isn't. His name is
Archie Andrews. When we were singing a sad love song
somebody hollered in at the window, "Give 'em some water."
The people- all' laughed, but we didn't care.
1 - , After:-the concertawas over we went to a dance. I didn't
dance, though, so you need not worry. The manager danced
most all the' time with a big fat girl. I guess he liked hef
pretty well., I 'heardahim say that he had violated one of the
rules when he to-ok the boys to the dance. I guess Dr. Craw-
Wasnt a temperance one eitherj
guess it was because he was in
ford .Che is the presidentj does not believe in dancing. Any-
way I never saw him dance. I think that if he would teach
dancing instead of Ethics the boys would dance better when
they are on a Glee Club trip. We stayed pretty late and had
a dandy time. ' , , I
, I am glad that I got in the Glee Club, for I like it very muc 1.
fWhen I tried for the club, a man with long gray hair CI think
. - . M f voice
he puts stuff on itj made me s1ng dO, TC, me, fa: 50 5
-cracked once, but he said II could sing pretty well. It is three
.o'clock now and Morrison has just come in. .He said that
the girl was a peach. I think he stayed pretty late. I guess
she liked him too. y His girl-'s name at school is Bess.
I I am getting sleepy, so I must close for now. Write soon
to your loving son, , ,
' - I , . HENRY. --
I I I , , Franklin, Pa., March -,. 1907. I '-
, Dear Mother--I feel pretty tired toenight, but I have-had
lots of fun to-day. This traveling around singing islbully
and beats studying all hofllo-wr There- was a woman on the
train who had a baby that cried awful loud and she asked
'Ray Gehr to- ho-ld it. I could 'see that he 'was awful em-
barassed, but he took it andI theffellowsIa.lIl laughIed.- He stuck'
his little fist into his mouth and went to -sleep and didn't make
another sound. I guess Mr. Gehrilikes babies. 1 I
The church girls are entertaining us and- they are quite
nice. I heard- one of the boys say that they had Ia iight about
the men they wanted. They picked us out from the picture
and the trouble began when they Iall wanted the .same onesf.
They pulled each o-ther's hair and pinched each "other-just
terrible. I guess- the mo-st trouble was over a fellow by the
name of Fullertong He hasI very nice cheeks. I .I I '
I heard Mr. Harper swearingabout the pla-ce he was in,
He said that water must be pretty, scarce, for they didn't give
him any to wash hisI face in. He said he asked Ifor some and
the woman took him out on the back porch and gave him a
an basin of water and a cake o-f Sapolio. Then she took-"off
her apron and gave it to- him to wipe his face on. He- was
pretty mad, I tell you, but he isn't to blame, though, because if
he was handsome like Percy ParsonsI-so-me-'of the nice girls
would' have had him. Doc. Clark 'got Inaadwagain-. to-night.
Billy Cole the is a big fat boyj saw a pre-tty girl on theiifront
seat and he forgo-t what hepwas do-ing and began ftow-play
f'Love Me and the Wo-rld is Mine." Doc. kicked at lhim,
but knocked 'over a music rack. It busted up the whole
blamed, thing. Mr. Cole got mighty red. . ' .4 I
There was a ver swell 1 d
. 1 Y 1 a y sang to-night, I 1
BOHY H0111 Call her' Alicef I guess her real name is xiii
T McDowell. She has .pretty taify hairand wore
at ress cut off at the top. I saw her take something out of a
guide" bottle before ,She Went 011, but I .guess it was for her
1 roatffor She Sang Hvne- Vvhffn She Came off she stepped into
a cuspidor and lt seared her so she squealed. I think she
is very nice. .
I guess that we will stay here until to-morrow for dinner.
Anyway, Mr. Coggon said for us to stay for dinner if we
eould, for then he- wouldnit have to take us to the hotel. In
the afternoon we are going to Oil' City and I will write from
there. . Good night.
I . From your loving son,
p 1 HENRY.
' A Oil City, Pa., March -, 1907.
l Dear Mother-This has been the best ever. On the car
the boys got into Mr. Shaffner's suit case and took out his
pajamas and .dressed him up in them. Then they made him
walk up and down the aisle. He was embarassed and I felt
real sorry for him. QIIis pajamas are blue.j
This town is where Archie and Sammie live and it is all
hills. Booze made everyone laugh when he sang his "Mona,"
and said that you had to climb up ladders to get up the hills.
p The -concert was in the high school auditorium and every
seat was taken. VV3hen all the encores were used up a big
man with red hair was sent out to bow. I-Ie bowed lower than
he can sing, and that is awful low. I
We are going home to-morrow, for the manager hasnst
any more dates. I heard the boys say that he d1dn't have
any Easter trip planned either. They are pretty mad at 111111
and I guess that he is a rather slow manager. HIS gllil 11215
left him, so it can't be her now. Anyway, 11CX'f Year will be
line. A big, fat man called Louie is tobe the 111-Wager and
everybody calls him a hustler. I hope I can make it next year.
' From your loving son,
A 1 I HENRY.
l T Poetry
2 Stidger remarked though with a frown:
'Tis love that makesamy marks go downg i
.Tho-ugh the amount of my cash is no affair of men
'Tis love that makes m,y purses so thin,
But I'm. fondly thinking all the while,
l 'Tis lo-ve that makes my Iva smile.
There once was a girl, Lucy Wright,
Who thought of Stockton, a sight.
' But a Goldschmidt stepped. in-
A, fellow with tin, .
Q' And put poo-r' F rank Tenny to Hight.
,H , , So' Stockton took CVernaj Smith
T And left Lucy the Go-ld Qsmithj.
Miss Parsons .admired Billy Mould,
At least sofoften we've been to-ld
. But she went out with Boyd i
Who was tres sang fvfoid,
T 1 Tho' he was not at all over-bold. r
T There once was a Prof. from C., ,
, Who swore he ne'er married would be,
T But seeing Dean Frazer
1 He almost went crazier .
To take the dear' girl on his knee.
L' Thus wrote Mackey: i
,ii The summer day is calm,
'lil ' '
What rhymes that word? he said, -
all Ah! the word is balm, as
, He ,smiled shd scratched his head.
The kine came o'er the lea,
W Ch, what will ever rhyme,
Q25 Ah, I know, 'tis flea, i S
He tried another time.
Not Poetry p
Prof. Ross Qto Latin classj-Does it seem from this Gde
that Horace was really in love?"
Miss Rist-"Well, helseems to know a great deal about
Dr. Cobern Qin Psychology I., after some discussion on
the power of animals to reasonj-"I think that the most re-
markable instance of reasoning power in dogs occurred right
in my own famlye if "
Hans Mullinger Cat foot ball game, to "Dad" Lingj-
"My nephew plays on the football team in Chicago. I don't
know what position he plays-but in the picture he stood next
to the captain."
Prof. Snavely-Mr. Danford and Miss Deemer, will you
continue the conversation-e11, francaizfse.
I "Nervy Nat" in Bible Class-"We will have a quiz to-
Class-"There is no paper."
"Nervy N"-QAbsentmindedlyj-"That's- all right I'll get
some. But here, just take down these questions."
Lockwood Qin English HQ-"Speaking of Characteristics
in general, take Miss Greene and Mr. Millward-They are
altogether different, yet they are homely examples."
Frank C. Qpushing baby buggy which bumps as it goes
'over curbj-"Poppy notty bumpy baby any more. Poppy
notty bumpy baby any more." QRepeat.j
Dr. Ling--"Mr, Ball, how many kinds of electricity are
there P" y . ' H
Wendell P. B.-f"Two kinds-virtuous electricity and-
lf 0 Temporal O Mores!
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" When the cornerstone of Qld Bentley was laid, a barrel
iii one who came was supposed to celebrate."--W. H. C.
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" There is no alternativeg we must have local option."
W- Y , . , . ...f- V- - H - -
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'f of Whiskey stood just here in front of this cloorwayg every-
s The Fats
Manager-Coach ............... .... ' 'Cot' Nelson
Captain Q ........ ....... L ou Sherwin
.Right Forward .... ..."Kite" Kightlinger
Lfiff FO1'W2l1'Cl. .... Lou Sherwin
Centre ....... . ."Bcany" Miller
Right Guard .... ..... ' 'Billy" Cole
Left Guard .... .... S am Robinson
Utility Man ....................,............ "Push" Miller
A group of men, in it for the pure sport of the game,
who can do other things beside play basket ball. The
Fats became so popular during the past season that it was
necessary to have an overflow meeting in the shape of a fourth
game. What would have been a very successful season be-
came even more successful than the usually sanguine man-
ager, Coach Nelso-n, -could have hoped.
The Record: Fats, 45 Reds, 14. Fats, 23, Janitors, 27.
Fats, I4, Runts, 23. Fats, 21, Sheenees, 14.
' But then the score does not show it all. In addition to
what appears above the Fats twisted one knee, broke one
nose and about a dozen friendships.
V The Fats have already organized for next year, having
-elected the following as leaders:
Graduate-Manager. . fy ......... . . '.'Beany" Miller
Graduate-Coach. '. . . - "PUSl1H Mille?
Manager-Colachf ........................... '. ."Cot" Nelson
The work of ManagerfCoach Nelson during the past
year was so satisfactory that it was thought no better re-
ward-could be found than his election for another year.
""I"' va -as sv
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p y FumeS I
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ffHe'1'1b, is this MissVIFfsssf.?'f
f'May I come up thisi'evening?,'
ng'6XfV1'ily eertairilyf, I I
5IiA'1righit," gO'0.dby6.v I .I I inf
' f'VVaIit .a mginuter-Whois' it?" -I f .Pi
-CTOo'1aiG, Ciliesty ihads hung l1p..I3hi3 QQ I
r'ee1e.iVe'r.j I I I
C1a',rrol's'ICQ-mplexion tBlush+25 feents pai
i"1i1iger'andI'Siggins .' I I i I- '
I "Phi Delt" Cole Qwhen he hears of Miss- Rc
eampu.sj-'6Well, by damn, if that isnit enough
Maxwell Qas they bo-ard a. crowded car.'j4"D-1
we can squeeze in here PM
Miss Nichols-"Hadn't We better wait 'til y
the Chapel ?" ' '
I "Babe" Qspeaking of Hulings Hall mock We
do-n't think it would be much-fun to kiss the bride
"Bess" R.-"It isn't much fun to kiss the grc
I Mas Campbell Cafter finishing Immsnsssp. -
book like thatg it 'always gives. TIICVIH wishy 'wc
around my heart." I .IIQ
Katherine A. Cas she and Mackey looked
Christmas trees at the, marketj.-"Here's a nice on
Salesman-"How do-es your husband like it ?f'
I Ist Kat-"Wlio is that girl over thereg her
- 2nd Kat-"S-sh! She'll hear yo-u+why yo-u
tiate her last night."-+One of Many.
Snavely Qafter the circus-4'Miss Fraser asked
meant when Miss B. handed Chesty a lemon."
Wagstaff-"I hope you didn't tell her-the
hand me onef, I
Speaking Of Ph011'0gfa?5fr1S, Miss Bash has them faded to
a Hnish. A
Dr. Fraser to Class-"I shall ask you to excuse me pres-
ently ina fevv minutes-I must go at once."
Mrs. Fugate has evidently sold her millinery Shop-as
Edith still continues to spring her last year's creations.
Perry-"Where've you been, out at 'leven o'clock?"
Beany Csleepilyj-UNO, I vvasn't o-ut lovin' 'em up.'
A "jane"-So' Bake has taken up with another girl of Dar-
-ling 'MacFeater's.-I-Ie-haw He-haw! And her name was
The Phi Delts seem to have a monopoly on the first row
in the gallery fo-r the 'fTen, Tvvent and Thirt shows at the
After the G. W. banquet. Dick Baker-"Miss Dungan
fairly shown to-night, vvhy, it seemed like a divine my from
heaven fell upon her."
'Phil Sheridan Planette Qat meeting of Athletic Associa-
tionj.-"Co-me on, boys, vve're going home.
Czar Gill Qvviggling his little iiingerj-"No, We're going
to stay here.', B
Prexie-"Now, Mr. Nelson, you must either opologize for
vvhat you said to Mr. VVerner at the W. U. P. game or go
before the discipline board."
Cot-"Well, if 'it has come to that, I 'spose he needn't go
Where I told him." ' p
Miss Miller-e"I do hope they do-n't put anything about
me in the Kaldronf' p y
Miss Adams Qvvho has never figured in that publicationj
-'4Why, my dear child, yo-u're not considered popular unless
you are in it two or three timesf'
' i CARD.
Miss Laura Edith Bethune begs to anno-UHCC that The
Celestial Studio of Vocal Culture will be opened in the near
future. Miss Bethune has studied under Madame Nordica
and is in every Way the great singC1"S equal- Miss Bethune
considers herself too- far advanced to- ally herself to the ldenn-
sylvania Co-llege of Music. French so-ngs are her specialty.
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-va'--'-v 'fun:fvsr1:1u-m - ' 'f e, . .. . 4
, NO, he's not insane, he's a poet-Stidger.
Has to' stand up twice tomake a shadow-jimmy Gahan.
The e-nlo-ngated apotheosis of an irride-scent dream+-Miss
Fugate. ' I I
'I S-tidger, speaking of Lylie's works--"He wrote of love
and other vitalissues. of the day."
I L-ooksilike a weather cock perched on ia spindle totell
which way the wind is blowing-Puss Aiken. A
up Mis.s Greeane after leaving Glee Club practice, hums
continually-"Where is Brown? tHe is the man I'm lo-oking
for to see. Where is Brown? etc." I I
"Do you know the difference between a wise- man and a
clown? A wise man uses the right end of a quill to write
withand a clown uses the right end of a quill to- tickle with."
1 French Histo-ry Class--Sna.vely- "Miss Sansom+-4nean-
moins-?' . ' ' '
Miss Sanso-m Qafter a p-ausej-e"I don't know who he
was." y p q. ,
Bible I. Class: Miss ---+, Qco-mplai-ning of the- con-
dition. of the atmospherej-"It is very close in heref?
Dr. Co-bern-"I know it, but I don't kno-w-how to make
it any looser." y i '
Greer-"I looked over some of Prexie's Ethics exams, and
could only answer six questions in the last three years."
Query-"How long would it take- Greer tolanswer an
exam. of nine questions P" y I
- There was a young Phi .Deltinamed Jo-nes,
a Whor'd alaugh like the rattle of bones, I
When hewent to see Kate ' '
He stayed very late, , I
Said farewell in quite heart rendering, tones. ,
i Misses Fraser and Spalding, after registering at the Ho-tel
---- in Buffalo were shown to- their -roomy In a. few
m-inutesthey ca.me back and said, "Mr. Night 'Clerk there is
no lock on and there is a hole in the doo-r of the ro-om yo-u as-
eigned usf' s ' , I
. Mr. N. C.-"Alright, I'll be up ina few min-utes and look
into it." I s I '
-1- - -- A -A 1 ----f Age f ":.' ...... .l ..-.L.. . .
Phi Psi hat pins, three fora quarter-see Miss Grauel,
Has even the Phillips 'Sisters faded as a giggler-Juanita
Danford. A , U W
S Sulphur smoke is a good disinfectant. QSurely no relative
to Prep. Smock.j , c
Peters Qtranslatingj-"The carriage turned into a 'little
Dr. Cobern fhanding street car conductor a nickelj-
"How much F"
Miss Johnson-"Say, Floss, what is your favorite sport?"
Miss Phillips--"I used to like Qtoj Fish, but now I like
Qto Hy aj Kite."
Dr. Cobern-"Many of the people who lived a hundred
years ago Would, in spite of the charitable institutions of that
time, have been dead long ago."
I At the Hanks Club-"Oh,'Doc., I found an oyster in my
soup l" 1
Doc.-"Well, I can't help it."
A Miss Van Storch Qthe night afterj--"Did you only ini-
tiate fo-ur girls last night P" I
Miss Hatch fone of the fourj-"Ch yes! We always work
for quality, not quantity."
Phil. class. Dr. Cobern to Miss Slater, who is talking to
afneighbofr--"Miss Slater, can you tell us something about
i 'fNo, sir." I
"Oh, surely, Miss Slater, fro-m the Way you discuss other
matters here you can speak to this."
Ho-mer D.-"Uh, juan-
ita, 'oo is my itty, W1ttY
youire a couple of geese." '
Juanita D.-"Oh, HO'
mer, 'oo is my tootsey,
C. C. Lindsley-"Works while you sl-eep1."
"Ought still to be up: in the branchses cracking cocoanutsf'
Burt and Lamb.
Although never ridden by Balaam, yet one of the same
specie.-Benedict. I g
"Do-n't borrow trouble."
"I don't-I marry minef' said Robinson.
Non-Frat:-"How did you get your nose skinned--been
rootin, P" P
Frat.-"No, I joined the Phi Psis last night."
A glitter of teeth, a wide expanse of mouth and- a deep gasp
is heard, if,-'i -
An expanded chest and a happy smile, Dr. Cobernls produced
Coach Lewis-"Burt, why don.'t you fall on the ball when
I tell you to?" - ' i ,
Burt Qangrilyj-"Vat iss de use uf falling on de pall ven
nopody iss around P" ,
Bishop fat Methodist Convention at Franklinj-"Dr.
Crawford was to give an address this morningg is he in the
audience P"-CNo responsej r I i
Leader-'KLet us all rise and sing 'Praise iGod From
Whom All Blessings. Plowf " i
A new disease which has been intro-duced into the col-
lege curriculum is known as "I-Iilborniaf' It is a very dan-
gerous disease, as the victim neverfully recovers-. Miss Lynch
was afflicted early last fall with said malady and has not yet
regained her former self. QT'o' all who read.j This disease is
contracted by long walks in the moon light followed by inf-
somnia. I ' i I
Penman, anxious for athletic glo-ryj-"Say, Chesty, how
about that La Crosse team ?" a
"Chesty" Werner-The prospects are- very bright. Iive
already sent for six copies of Spauldi-ng's manual How to Play
La Crosse. Classes will begin just as so-on as- we can receive
and distribute the manuals. I think" that with the aid of these
most valuable books, I shall be able to turn out an invincible
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The sophomores have been disappointed. During the
summer we received a glowing letter from Prex, tellinof us
the class of .1910 would far outclass in number and qualitfamf
preceding Freshman class. But, O Lord, how we question his
veracityj In numbers, they are few, in quality they are, well,
PUTRIDQ .greener than the usual breed 'of Freshmen. They
conceived the idea that they could ram into things at the
start and try to show us. how things are to be run. Wfitness
their class electio-n and then recall Papa Crawford's paternal
advice to his nurslings.
Attend Prex's daily noon-hour lectures. They are a panacea
for all Freshmen ills-abnormal kop-fs, etc. Don't ask
for BEESVJ AH at the boarding club.
y Stidger, the dashing football hero- QPD won the hearts of
the H. H. contingent and pulled off a large majority. But you
should have taken time and considered and then you wouldn't
have been a TEMPORARY president. Give your board de-
posit to- thencommissary, not to the commissionary. Don't
shoot craps or attend' tart dances--this is a Methodist institu-
tion. Donft wear' your cellul-oid collars inthe cane rush. Comb
out all parasites for Doc. Breed. He needs them. Don't pre-
sent playing cards at Hulings., For further advice consult
f Once Buster kissed Miss Prudie,
One bright day not long ago-
""" He would show the little lady
How to call a fellow slow.
"Defeats not victories make us,"
Said she, with best intents,
Said he,. 'Defeats not victories make us
Feel like thirty cents."
The Seniors are doing all they can 'to advance their mem-
bers toward' matrimonial' starts. At least so .it would seem
from the number of so-cial gatherings. Poor girls.
C1-itghloiw Qreadingj-+"There' is no doubt but that the
early death of Burns was due to- his hard work and PCUUTY-
"Penury, what's'that mean, Mac ?H
Koh, writing so much with a Pen-H
W . 5 SENSE u i . a
"We seldom' rub up against a real 'good man without
polishing our '-ideals." ' A U W W
p I "I am no-w anold man and haveihad many troubles, but
most-of them never came." i l
l fcDo you kno-w the difference between a wise .man and a
clown? A wise man uses the 'right end of a quill to- write
with and a -clown uses the right end of a quill to ticklew-ith."i
FAILURE- OF ,LIFE
consists in fixing your 'attention on individuals, which leadsto
' c ' r PESSIMISM.
succnss OFWLIFE g ,
consists- in our attention on our ideals, which leads to
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NONSENSE t Q
' Room-mate Cto Firstj-"Go?ing'Vhome tofmorrow ?"e
Firsft+"Wthat do you 'spose I'm taking a bath for P" .
Enter1i,ne+"I seen a horse down street to-day with a cage
over his :mouth and when I passed him' he reachedfor my
shoulder, I wonder if he was trying' to bite' me?" ,
Planett--UNO-, he was just reaching for hayseedsf'
e Lockwood Cas Gscar Brown lounges in late-"Ii'think, Mr.
Bro-wn, it would be better' for one who com-eswinh late to walk
briskly." p ' 1 A 4
c ,Oscar-"All right, I'1l make up for it going out.'-' ' W
"Here," said the Kaldro-n editor, "are a-number-of direc-
tions from outsiders as to- the-'best way to' ruin the Ka1'dPOf1'1'j
see that they are carried out.", The board lo'o4k'e'df amazed.
The directions, however, were carried out Qin a waste- basketj.
W 5 a R1DDLEs
Why is a Senio'r's hat like the city diamond?
Because it covers a block. c
When was there a kidnapping at Sn,avelley's?
W When Guy Everett slept. W.
Sept. I9-College .Opens Everybody happy-?'
Sept. 28--Election of Senior President. "Now, ,O7, all to-.
OCt.'I-Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. reception. Deemer and Miss
Danford discover each other.
Oct. 4-Sophomore-Freshman cane-rush-slaughter of the
' Innocents. Dr. Cobern performs spectacular rescue of
Oct. 6-Nuly Ving cuts Bible I,
Oct. II-Pretty Percy Paul Parsons starts out after dark!
Oct. I8--Delt. Smoker.
Oct. 20-Last day of Inter-Sorority contract-Freshman girls
Oct. 24-Bill Evaul and Bill Thomas spend evening on High-
A land Avenue. Gentle voice??? l! "It is getting late, boys."
Nov. I-LaBounty appears on the campus without a girl. Is
it possible. i A ' Q 3
Nov. 3-Everybody goes to. West- fir Q
minster except the dog and a , , fi fl
few Freshmen. 'LQ '
Nov. 6-Lockwood leads. chapel, fi
A "Next two periods will be di- 'L
No-v, 8-Mackey loses a -chanceto 4 4 J
r speak in English IV. U'
Nov. 8-QK. A. Ts. appear in gloves a la Phi Gam.
Nov. 104-RifffRaff's first meeting.
Nov, 17+-Alpha Chi a.ppear in red night caps.
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No-v. 2o-Beany Lou introduced as new amuSCmC11'f fm' 5
Nov. 28-Phi Gams appear in public with Patches at the knee '
at last they have a stunt that the -Kats cannot COPYQ, 'Oth
NOV. 29-Thanksgiving P31-fy, Did you get a prom. wi
the right girl.
N A . o--Doc. Breed reads the sa,me'old Pfafef'
DCC :i,.Q M Bfgwmuses his new stretching machine on
i """'s 'us-S...
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Dec. Io-Campus gives Chesty three columns on front page.
"All about the Official Basket Ball Coach."A Chesty's'
relatives and acquaintances all get a. free copy. Third
edition sold. -
' Defc. IZ?-KHtS deff whiter i
F hats-i -'pro-bably. sent
In them to the laundry. P .
,Q Let"S -hope so. U lu, ,Ji ,, V' l- Dec. IS?-EVC1'C'Cl1 Snavely .
, g did- no-tsl-eep Well last i Fl. ,
n night. A c . . M .
, Dec. 2o-"Litf' appears ' Q -
' three Weeks .late -. . i
V3 printers 'overcome by .- f
i 1 Mackey's'Very touche F .-
ing "Romeo and Ju- KX.,
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Jan. Io-Bill Evaul sports -R W
5 ,a real- true sombrero.
5 e Miss Van Storch's -. q,.,,,., i-
bl n i faded to a po-int. ' C g 'Ll
Q' p Ian. I4-Nineteen Phi Gams call on .Mr. Snavely,s,sister-in-
9- Ian-.V 15+-Quill Club .at Delta Tau. Delta 'house-Delts play
i ' ' tricks on girls- and hide all- the men. after the meeting.-A
21-Allegheny vs. St. Lawrence. "Kight" concludes: that
P celibacy does not befit a man. of brains:andjdetermifnesV to
'I make up for lost time. F - i ' ,
ii Ian. 22-Doc. Breed springs a new prayer: C F .
it jan. 30-Hjimmiei' Gahan hears' ar 'revolver' in.. the felarfk- but
,V does not stop to investigate. e
p Jan 3IfBeatty smiles... y . ' D '
Feb. I-Allegheny vs. W. U. P. Beatty' bf-iM'gSfl Elie. "Wid6W"-
gi . but does not "'try to be entertainingiv I' r , y
Feb. 4--S1T1OCk.' takes a batehLH.anks club celebrates' a '
if Feb. 5-Mabel Deane "sees an eruption." You could-'sees its
effects on Bills Thomas.-. I' p g'1 ..,4gm I
Feb. 6-Mid-year" exams' .nin Q -
Feb. 17-T-Senior banquet at Cambridge R
i Sprmgsi. i . W xl
Feb. 11-Thobum.c1ub..p2fei-seems its high if a lfa.
C cla-ss moral musicalf extra.vaganZai,. it "
gg. "Mot preliminaire"-O. C. jones. l - X?
Feb. I3--'Tl'1OIT13.Si and Evaull G-1i'E61f152iiil1'1-
A guests? in visi'tor's? section in chapel.. '
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A - - e z 'I-'54-4Sen'iorLSoph.i banquet --Dr.
, Q y .grawfmfd 8iC'CS Nsousedlf' 'VVhere's
, i l, l A111Y'?w" Hartung. present. A '
if 1'iUjg, ,N n5,,,- ' F eb. .16-N aughty Hall girls Hggfnpusedi,
5+ I it WWWIIM s I p +mcen' assume bands of crepe. PICK?
if ml A Wears a White flour.
fur- 'A Feb. I7-Senior class meeting. Bill Main
A ' 'X lf S065 1101116 .With MiSs Johnson.
. . Feb. I8-Miss 'Sowashwunable to attend
' ' classes. R Q '
Feb. 22-P1'CXlC,Si little pasrtjlgf the gym. Chestnuts., cherries,
.. C0S'fL1mCS, HCBSCS. ,Swell symposium suptuouslyserved.
Feb. 27+B1l'l: Main proposes the pitch fork as standard for
I musical tone., ip , ' '
Feb. 28-Lemmie feaq1srS,1m.pf,ayef. A A g
Feb. 2-9-BOHCY shoo-tsmseinen Deutches Buch zu StuckesF-
. affrerpassisngexam- s F
March I-Eddy an.d'Al'ic'e-fXNagstaff and cut chapel-
"When the 'catfs' awaygthe mice will playf,
March 8-Eddie. reads' all' the Pentateuch. Wagstaff :an
.Q ,Frisbee take a .snooze while Sophs play lullaby on hat
U rack. A 1 -
March 8-fAlleghenyp vs. Haskell Indians, ugh! ugh !-Playing
for Wind! 1 i A - A , -
March IO-Mi,SS'CO111'tC118,y..CVl1'ES1 a Wisdom to-oth. - D
March I2-Allegheny vs. Grove City-mfr ced!
March 1.7-Stidger is detained in Moundsville by the Hood-
Miss -Bferkey reported in the verge ofnervous prostration.
Mar. 26-Gill and constituency show a little -
bull-headedness. A '
Mar. 27-Senior partyg-Push' wants to be nice to f
all the girls. 1 .
Mar. 30-Delts appear in new Easter bonnets.
April 7-Everett 'Snavely iinds a tooth. 1115531 112 1
April 8-Lemmie off on a furlough-gets his hair cut. .
April 9-"Push" and Miss Grauel pose for Kaldron picture.
April 1oeGreat consternation at the H311-C0u1tef absent 20
4 minutes. i . l , ,
April I2-Maine helps Miss johnson break in a.P'a11' of gYm-
A shoes. Chesty takes his first Cigar and Vlslts Phoemx
Hall for his lirst dance.1lCfS011- W
April I3-MlSpS Sowash Hgalfl 1I1d15P0'SedF
April I4-Stidger breaks religious training and takes in a
' p dance at Cambridge.Springs.
April 17-Broadbent and Deemer and Misses Von Starch and
. Howard visit Rev. Kraus. Sounds suspicious, doesn't it?
April I9-Allegheny "disturbed by loud talk'f at Albion.
April 20-General utility man, jones, assumes role of athletic
April 21-Miss Hammett' takes Farrell out for aa little exer-
cise. See that hump! A
April 23-Miss Bash makes mysterious trip to Beaver.
April 24-Seniors spend enjoyable evening at Phi Delta Theta
' 7 house. CPD .
April 25-College Circus. "Miss" Benedi-ct hands "Chesty" a
A 'C lemon. A r
April 26-Allegheny defeats W 8z J. Dr. -Crawford and Miss
Beebe receive in gym. after debate.
April 27-Athletic election--Abbott and Knapp quarrel over
A Mason's vote. Mullinger reads I7 chapters of Exodus and
prays I2 minutes in his "small still voice."
April 29-Miss Parsons trips for the track team.
April 30-Miss Dermitt smiles at Monsieur Crowe.
April, 30-Bo-ys help Prexy out by ploughing the ground for
Cochran Hall. ' a
May I-Pan Helly Prexie makes a- mistake.
May 3--Faculty stalls all filled. A
May 6--Boney cuts "Mail Pouch." What wo-n't love make a
man do? P
May Io-Class meet. Bob Ginn wins the Hair Tonic.
May I3--BOHCY goes at 7 A. M. with B. B.
team-Olga gets letter at 4.
May 15-Miss McGranahan springs a new suit.
May 16--Dr. Hamnett sings iirst bass in college
choir. , , -
May 2,0-Miss Fugate appears in a new Horal
creation. p ,
May zo-Cole Brothers' circus. Boys cut up like
college students and enjoy themselves.
May 21-Seniors imbibe too much punch at Prexie's recep-
tion and do "outrageous" stunts..
May 22--WIND STGRM IN CHAPELg SHOWERS TO-
NIGHT AND THURSDAYg WARMER. P
May 27-Junior Smoker.
May 27-+K3tS spring a farce. on students-, pleasant time was
had by each. .
May 31-gKKI's hold an "At Home"-very exclusive-everyf
june I-Everybody goes to Conneaut Lake to see the track
June 3-C. I. tries to Chase up a date, but Louise refuses to
recogfgoj nize him.
June 6-Moving up day. Great parade, Io:3og Senior-Faculty
base ball game, 2:3og circus, 72303 minstrel show at the
concert. p T'1g
june 6-Senior exams. begin.
June- 7-Prex plans summe1j campaign , K t
for next Year's. Thoburn Club.
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Organized and incorporated in 1863.
NEXT TERNI OPENS CDCTOBER 1, 1907.
Four years of eight months each in course.
Laboratories equipped for individual and class work.
The clinical material is utilized from six hospitals.
This school is gradually eliminating the amphitheatre clinics and
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enabled to do by its proportionately large corps of instructors.
From eighty to ninety per cent. ot the graduating class receive hos-
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Sept. 18.-Prexy smiling like a Jew clotliicr because so
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Sept. 25.-Chesty starts to use his new green czmls.
F1'esh,Dried, alt, Smoked Meats.
CSTUDENTS' CLUBS SUPPLIED.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City.
Bo'1tH PHONES. 346 NQRTH STREET.
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Y J. M. ROBINSON
H OOTVVEAR.. GRGCER
CHA5. A. IVIILLE.R,l
221 CHESTNUT STREET.
H. P. IVIAYBEE, Prop'r
Opposite Academy of Music.
Manufacturer of an Ol
Dealer in Cigars , Tobaccos, B
Pipes, Etc ......
ESTABLISHED . 1867
RETAIL 'STO'RE and OFFICE
231 Chesfnuf Sfreef.
FACTORY AND REROOM
949 I-2 Park A'be., Meadfville, Pa.
, Barth Phones No. 29
HOME BAKED' BREAD
CAKE, DoUGHNUrs, 'Etc
Snow Flake. . Magnolia,
Grand Royal Patent Flour.
A fm-e assortment of Gan-
ned Goods. .... .
WE LooK 'AFTER CoL
LEGE. CLUBSAS A SPE
CIALTY. ...... . .
Sept. 28.-Jacob Miner and Rachel Cousins stroll. Calla-
' V CP
N WHEN YOU SHOOT
Q, i You want to HIT what you are
Q.. Q aiming at-be it bird, beast or
FD ytarget. Make your shots count'
9- by shooting the STEVENS.
HL For 41 years STEVENS ARMSQ 'jiifyl-1
O 'have Carried off PREMIER
HONORS for ACCURACY. Qgigfj
,-f- Our lines . 1, ,X,.,
F5 N Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols.
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f-f- fScncl4 cts. in stamps for 140-
page Catalog of complete
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a deliciously, exquisitely luscious time.
C Commencement I Zlllillertt Derfusil
Class Banquet Menus, -
Souvenir College Station-
ery, and in fact every kind
of individual artistic print-
ing you may Want .. . . -
If you have anything
difficult, requiring partic-
ular work, bring it to us.
Ground Floor, Journal Block, Park Ave. '
. just north of Postoffice,
City Phone. I
Park Ave. Grocers
FANCY AND CSTAPLE
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Corner Park ,Avenuae
and Randolph Street.
Vi I Qct. 7.-Hairtung preaches at Venan'go1.1 HFrom all 'further
pestilence, good Lo-rd deliver us."-Entire Congregationg -
Y CE TRAL HOTEL J' Ai..iE2EtE3ASSt
Remodeled and 1
The Best 31.25 I-Iouse in TOW11.
Q-ct. 9.-Doctor Cobern again pursued bv the Arabs,
.3Zand .35 Caliber SelffL0ading Rifles,
,The Winchester Model 1905 Self-Loading Rilie is not cum-
bersome, complicated and unsightly like most other self-loading
firearms, but a simple, handsome, Well-balanced gun. The
Winchester self-loading system permits rapid shooting with great
accuracy and on account of the novelty and ease of its operation
adds much to the pleasure of riiie shooting either at target or
game. For certain. kinds of hunting where the quarry is gen-
erally shot on the run, the Winchester Self-Loading Rifle is
particularly well adapted. The .32 and .35 caliber cartridges
that the-Mcdel 1905 handles are of the modern smokeless pow-
der type and give excellent penetration and great shocking effect
on animal tissue. Winchester guns and Winchester ammuni-
tion are made for one another.
FREE: Sencl name and aclclress for large illustrated catalogue describing
5 all our guns..
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.,
NEW HAVEN. CONN-
i octor Akers extracts the nth root of the Math. 1.
Oct. I I.-D
Om' Motto-If we please you Ze!! 0fhE7'S,' we a'0n'z', ie!! us.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Nleadville Steam aundr ,
284 CHESTNUT STREET.
FRANK A. BAKER. Phone 273. CLYDE M. BAKER.
Oct. 13.-Embryo missionaries leave for Pittsburg Convention,
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9 Songs of All the Colleges? ......... 31.50
Songs of the Eastern Colleges ........ .. 1.25
A Songs of the Western Colleges ....... .. 1.25
. Songs of The University of Chicago ..... . 1.50 '
Songs of The University.of Michigan .. 1.25
A Songs of The University of Pennsylvania 1.50
A New Songs for College Glee Clubs ....... A
A New Son s for Male uartets ........... . ,
244 CHESTNUT STREET , N... SME. and A...h.?.. f.. Crm '
tets, Octavo Edition, Qseparate num-
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Songs of the Flag and Naiion ........... ..
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The Most Popular College Songs ....... - . .
50 New College Songs .................. .
Ask old Sfudenfs The Most Popular Home Songs ........ . .
School Songs With College avor - -50
' 100 New Kindergarten Songs and Games.
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aboai. 0 U 1' Work. Hmds, NpblefiEld1'ecIge, 3135 W lol I,
Oct. 15.-Doctor Breed takes his Geology class- out for a
stroll. Hull fo-und a brachio-podg Main found-lingering with
the girls.. " H I ' g 1
Merchants National Bank.
W. S. MCGUNNEGLE, President. - GEO. D. TRAWIN, Vice- President.
JNO. H. REITZE, Cashier.
Capital, . 1 . . s1oo,ooo.oo
Surplus, . . . . . s1oo,ooo.oo
WE WANT YCUR BUSINESS.
Get. 1.+Qnaker style-men and women hold separate
prayer meetings. Attendance very small.
F. K. Easterwood
, SPECIALTIES-Fine Drugs, Chemicals, Physicians'
Prescriptions, Family Recipes, Pure Ice Cold Soda
, I and.1VIineraI Water.
Soufkeast Corner Park Ave. and Chestnut St. Phone 60, either
, line. Nzlght Be!! at Clzeslnuz' Sweet Door.
lf Ggllggg Th635lLlClGHlS,
GIIDS, BARBER SHOP
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Wi.E2.f2,S...i.lf:ii. ANDREW J. 5PoRR
COX, soNs si VINING, 250 CHESTNUT STREET
25, Fourth Ave., New York. A
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IN THIS BOOK
WERE MADE BY TH-E E
HALF TONE MADE FOR U.'S. NAVAL ACADENY
Immun QT NGRAVING CQ.
John J. Shryock Company
CARPETS FURNITURE BEDDING
Q-ct. 23.-Bill McKinney takes gym
GROVE e ELDRED
S612 'Che' pace in Meadville
when it comes to
TRUNKS, BAGS, SUIT CASES,
UMBRELLAS, GLOVES, Etc.
A S P E C I A L T Y
Manufacturer and Dealer
in Foreign and Domestic
Cigars, Tobacco, etc., etc.
Cowzer C7l6'.S'f7lllf amz'
SMQKE THE NORTI l-
Oct 2 College Council meets 3.g'1l1l--0'l'C2lt bodies move
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Slowly, therefore the College Council is a great hocly. Q. lf. D.
K. R E UG E R . Clif
Floral Designs for Parties, Weddings, Funerals, Etc. Orders
by mail, telegraph 'or telephone promptly filled ......
SALESROOM, COR. CENTER and MARKET STREETS
Park Avenue Livery Stable
A ' BOUD L. LYON, Proprietor.
LIVERY, FEED AND
A Both Telephones 43
Between Chestnut and Arch Streets.
Got. 28.-"Qu my fathah,s plantation in No-rth Carolina."
- T. D. KEPLER, Proprietor.
CORNER MARKET STREET
.AND MARKET SQUARE
At Popular Prices.
Rooms 50, '75, S1 a Day
FIRST - CLASS
MARCH 1, 1894.
Qct. 29.-Pilly Wfing cuts Bible class.
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NO 212 Chestnut St AIEADX ILLI P A
FOR THE COLLEGE Hors Q ,
As usual, sir, you'l1 Find the suit you'll ..
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We're Noted for Having the Best Q. Qi
Wheniwe say "best," we mean the
choicest styles, the newest fabrics, the I fl i jgg,
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.Correct cut, and the best tailoring. , 4 r
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1 ' .' :I 'lv
the new ideas in spring suits and won- 319
dering whether they'11 take, we're selling 1. f
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pearance will find at this " Good Clothes if J, 'l
Store" exactly what he's looking for. X, '
When we name such modest prices as . p ,Q
l 3512, 515, 3618 or 3320 t
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for one of our Choice Spring 5L1itS, .. 1- . V
surely our prices will not keep you away. ,
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'The Tailor and Ciomier-.
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JUSEPH HCR E CC.,
1 PITTSBURG, PA., i
Cffer unusual advantages Xto young Women and young men to
clothe themselves in I
p FA5H1oNAsLE GARMENTS
AT PoPULAR PRICES .....
Our Ready-to-Wear Clothes are tailored by the most expert
tailors in the country, and worth is not sacrificed on account of
A The best way to judge our clothes,
both for Young Men and Women,
would be to have our catalogue
mailed to you. It is free.
Qct. 30.--Cooley gets his hair cut a la Hairtung.
Chas. Muckinhaupt Bro.,
and Sale Stable.
Corner' of Market and Center Streets.
Either Phone 104.
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1nvest1gate matters thoroughly, '
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f-if of Corset Excellence
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E Value, durability, comfort, perfect
.it?,M,,,,,,g, E1 2 Ht, satisfaction, stays that retain their
shape, that do not take a permanent
i S4 , bend at the waist line, that yield to every
, movement of the body that bend in
it every direction, that are ventilative,
.1 gt-Eg, hyg1en1c,supporting.
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Nov. 2-Dr. Quayle advises students to take to "fussing."
Graham St McClintock Louig Tofdella
FOR,-THE LATEST IN
Chandeliers, Fine COITTCCITOITS, Etc.
962 WATER STREET.
Both Phones. Students' Trade Solicited.
Nov. 5-Freshmen section offers fine showing of green and
Now. 6.-Bill Elliott explains what the Lord meant by a
The College Shoe Store.
IF l1"s A NEW STYLE
You LL FIND rr HERE
cr-ms. N. MILLER. PETER J, MILLER.
' PROIVIOTEWRS QF FASHIONQ X
PETER NllLLER?S soNs,
E L EXPERT SHOE FITTERS ,
939 Water Street .
Nov. 7.-Bill Tho-mas still longing for his Honolulu.
GOQDWIN 51 NUNN
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MEADVILLE, PA. ,
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w Your prlntlng We mean If you do there IS no more to
be sald for no doubt llke the rest of our customers
you are pleased and W111 come agaln You may rest
assured We appreclate your patronage very much If
however we are not dolng your work we would be
more than pleased to talk the matter over wxth you
Our fac111t1es for domg pr1nt1ng are the best ln the city
and We can save you not only money but t1me as well Alwavs a pleasure
to submlt prlces and samples We pr1nt anythlng prlntable and do xt right
283 CHESTNUT ST , MEADVILLE, PA
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A I Nov. 8.-Miss Spalding guys her elocution class.
U Importance ofa Business Education
HE BUSINESS MEN of to-day ard among the most suc-
. cessful and influential men of the country, not only in
l J commerce, but in politics and s ciety. Their advice is sought in
It every matter pertaining to the 'welfare of the country. i p
I g DUCATION is the chief defense of nations. This is prac-
- . tically true of commercial education, as the most powerful
nations of the earth are those that have a large commerce and
sg trade. Commerce is the principal factor that develops nations
and is the handmaid of civilization and culture.
HE LARGEST f1ss.ssis1 returns come from business ss-
tivity. That is why so many brainy men go into business.
if The man at the 'ftop of the ladder " needs a multitude to carry
out his plans 5' the multitude want to climb the ladder, and it is
the A" survival of the littestf' Nothing helps like education, and
s . no kind of education is more valuable than Buszbzess Tmz'm'ng.
I s HAT IS WHY business schools are a necessity. Business
I men endorse them, employ their graduates, and send their
y own sons and daughters to business schools. You need a busi-
ness education-there is not doubt of it-it means the turning
, I point in your life, and it will put you in touch with the commer-
c OR YOUR BUSINESS COURSE attend a school that has
areputation for thorough work-a school that places its
. graduates in good positions-a school that gives alla " square
deal " and "a school that gets results." A catalogue and full
particulars may be had from such a school if you communicate
A with the
I MEADVILLE COMMERCIAI . COI .I .F-GF-,
. cial progress of the age.: ' ' U
f I MEADVILLE, PA. I
Q Nov. I7-Alpha Chis appear in red night caps.
Mrs. M. Schultz
Factory Representative for High-
Grade Pianos, Musical Merchandise
of all Kinds, Specialty of Edison
Phonographs and Records, Orders
for Tuning ...... Phone 306A.
252 Chestnut Street,
for all kinds of
Gordon 8 Reamer,
958 WATER STREET,
T H E BRUNSWICK
No. 176 Chestnut Street,
OPPOSITE SPEAKMAN'S 5 at ion sToRE. C. H. HAUSMAN.
Nov. 28-Phi Gams appear in public with patches at the
knee.. At last they. have astunt the K. A. Ts. can't Cap-
The man who values a fit,
we want him. We have
what he wants. .Stein-
Bloch Clothes with style
in them. The proof is the
trying on. A pleasure ....
F. C. PRENATT,
Dec. 2-"Bish" SHPP01' 5
t two additional inches of pompadmlf
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Crawford County T 1 ust Company,
Transacts a General Bankmg Busmess and
Executes Trusts of all descr1pt1ons
Capital and Surplus, 5190 OOO OO
Jan IO-Johnny H s QISt b1rthday
Frank Roueche, J L JQHNSON,
HARDWARE Grocerles and
r V STQVES lvleiil MGI'
r h General Jobbmg BOTH PHONES
r Z47 Chestnut St Meadv1lle Pa Lorner Water and Walnut Streets
E Feb 4-S-mock takes a bath Hanks celebrates
5 The Steam Table Restaurant H M PETTINGEILL
t 1 Is the most up to date Restaurant
' th t O en Da and N ht THE UP T0 DATE
ltlrlnfrfsy andp LUI3IrCHES gat FRAME SHOP
a ours ' New P1ctu1-es Frames
4 170172 Chestnut St Opp Tract1on Office and Mouldlngs'
F J KEBORT, Proprrefor 964 WATER STREET.
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W' LKHO ER .
p ALBANY TEACHERS'AGENCY
Supplies Schools of all Grades with Competent Teachers-Assists Teachers
in Obtaining Positions.
JEWETT, PA. I have accepted the position in the high schoollat lewett for
which you recommended me, and thank you for the assistance you have 'given me.
ANNA L, PITMAN, Laconia, N. H., July 16, 1906.
READING, PA. Mr. Bert M. LeSeuer, whom you recommended, has been elected
teacher of manual training in our new highschool for boys. C1-IAS. S. Foos, Supt.
of Schools, june 22, 1906, y ,
BEAVER COLLEGE, Beaver, Pa. .I went to New York to meet President
Staples of Beaver College and have accepted the position there. I tal-te real satis-
faction in again paying 1 commission to the Albany Agency which seems to interest
itself in the individual teacher. ANNIE L. RICHARDSON, East Northfield, Mass,
july 7, 1oo6. ,
EMLENTON, PA. Enclosed find New York draft for amount due you for ser-
vices. I must say that your agency sent me more nominations for the time I was
registered than I ever received from any other. M. R. LIFLBR, Principal,
Sept. 26, 1906. -
NORTH ARIZONA NORMAL SCHOOL, Flagstaif, Ariz. We have elected
Miss Elizabeth Gleason and Mr. Floyd C. Sherman to the positions for which you
recommended them. I return the statements which you so kindly sent. A. M.
TAYLOR, President, May 30, 1906.
A f r teachers are comin in nearl ever da in the ear and we are look-
Callslo 'MEL Y ,Y X Y, -
ing for suitable candidates to fill-I them. Now is the time to register.
Sendifor- Girculwrs and Registration Blank.
I-IARLAN P. FRENCH, -I - - 81 Chapel St., Albany, N. Y.
Feb I5-Senior-Sophomore banquet. Dr. Crawford gets
"soused." Stidger does the hero act. Harting gets his
A 'i6eksr'c11ppedp It 'f.W'hefe's-,An1y?" '
. SELLER AND
Lafayette Block, ' Meadmlc Pa
1, ..-............f...s-,.,......'.v,...,..- .-..--. .. - , - .
F eb. 22-Prexy's little party at gym-"chestnuts," cherries,
, costumes, confetti, "cases,"
fi Where Shall
I I BU.
M Piano ?
If You have Decided to Purchase a
Piano-Now or Later--It is Well
A to Bear in Mindtthese facts:
1. -You must have confidence in the firm that you deal with. The
average man or woman is not versed in' the relative merits of' the various
makes of instruments, and relies, in a large measure, on the representations
of the dealer. 'Phat dealer should merit your confidence.. The House
of Bates during its 27' years of business has attained a record for honesty,
square dealing, liberality, low price and easy terms that cannot possibly be
dlipgcateg by any house now existing. in- Meadville. By means of the
cc e rate
up A A c BATES PLAN
We have builded afoundation of prestige about the name "Bates" that
stands for all that is laudable inthe conduct of a piano business.
2. Our line of instruments, including the STEINWAY, BRIGGS,
MASON ,dz I-IAMLIN, POOLE, VOSE, REGENT, LAFFARGUE, and
many' others, including -the reliable Hardman and Herrinpton Autotonze
gmlalyer-pianoj, is positively not to be duplicated anywhere west of New
3. Every instrument on our floor is marked in plain hgures. These
hgures--in every instance-represent just the amount that it will take to
purchase that instrument. We do not begin by asking 3500 and then drop
to 3350. It saves time to mark the rock bottom price where you can see it
at the beginning. In addition, it assures you a square deal..
Come in and leak attain-1ine. Let us explain thef BATES TJLAN to
you. Compare our prices, our instruments, our terms With any piano store
in this or' any other city.. That's all We ask.
"LET'S TALK IT' OVER.'i'
The Edward T. Bates Co.,
303 Chestnut Street, 26 IVIEADVILLE, PA.
March II-Faculty cut chapel except Bill and Dut. Dut leads
-seems so-re as usual about it. U
PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
Voice, HARRY WAITI-IE MANVILLE, Director,
FRANK L. REED, Piano, Harmony, Counterpoint and History,
MARY THORPE GRAHAM,
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EDWARD BUTTON MANVILLE. . IONA wooococic, china Painting.
EDITH J. RODDY, Painting and Drawing. MARY MANNING NELSON, Expression.
Excellent Facilities. . Most Approved Methods.
Complete Course Leading to Diplomas,
Marche I3-ic'KilHg, you mustn't swear at Chesty I"
CHAs. 11. sCHATz's
.2 1 5-2 I 7 Chestnut Street.
O. A. Speakman
A 5 and 10 Cent
The wolbstssylace in the A H A v
city. Meals atall Hours.
- NIGHT OR DAY.
A v Nothing over IO Cents.
LUNCH COUNTER IN A 953 WATER STREET.
C o N N E Q T 1 o N . MRADVILLE, PENNA.
hot uieeting of Athletic Association-Prof.
Ross appeals from decision of the chair. Gill and his
,Constituency make asses of themselves b
The Crawford Dairy COIUDZWY
ii I Pasteurized Milk and Cream.
I Manufacturers of the fam0US
MAGAw's lcE CREAM.
A Fresh Fish Food
Of all kinds, to suit the greatest epicure, We have always in our store, de-
liveredto us daily from the great 'fish markets throughout the country. lVe
guarantee the freshness of it and promise you good eating. Everything We
handle is clean and appetizing. Shell-fish in season.
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Special Prices to ,. ?.Q1'-'51
4 Fraternities and Clubs if :...,,..,..Mw,,
' rw: srNUr .5511 Q
eno. T. W1LsoN sr soN
JEWELERS AND- ORTICIANS,
. College Jewelry of all kinds, Pins,
Buttons, Fobs, Etc. Engraved
Cards, Invitations, Etc., at lowest
prices. .8 J' J' 0' .3
4 ESTABLISHED 1874
223 CHESTNUT STREET, - MEADVILLE, PA.
Mar. 16+Fats vs. Sheeneys-Beany Miller sustains a serious
,injury and faints beautifully. "Not a social function."
Lumb r Compen .
Makers of High Grade Interior
n Finish arid lVIi11 Work. . . .
K GEN11, 'si .tt it straits tw
t- r .I showing the most complete Line Of hgh- Ogue
' - BICYCLES - . cl
1., , BELOW any other manufactureggdigcgglgp 508325 at
.T 52.51.21 35" A B10 YULE ::0s,fffe.
lflgues illustrating and descritiygggghgygrrefgnaedfouf Cfwinplete Frefe
- -y V i bicycles, old patter dl Y 111 o high raoe a dl . o
- , i -M it PRICES and Wongin-flpul Iagegtozipedels, and learn of ou? rexnagkalflg
Regular Pmce S
38.50 per pair 9
We will sen :wuts mcxs
You a Sample
Pair for Only WON T LET
OUT THE AIR
I - ix, iphp,-:ip direct to rider with no middlemenssrlsrrpgmge possible by selling from factory
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house in the world will clloarl 2Tbci1?wi1Tsltlegi1der hbeml terms which H0 mmf
able 1nformation by simply Writing us a posfzfrything and get much yum.
We need a Rider Agent in every town and can offer an o rt 'g
will i ni.
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gf SWISON QPPRU VAL wzthortt cz cent q'eposff, Pay the Freight and
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QCASH wrn-1 onot-:Ft s-4.551 g
NO MORE TROUBLE FRONT PUNCTURES u E
Result of I5 years experience in tire
-- - -. . .. A... .f.2e-14.-,ply ' exp
making. No danger from 'rHoRNs cAc- E if f.
TUS. PINS. NAILS, TACKS or GLASS. '
Serious punctures, like intentional knife cuts, can 'uf
be vulcanized like any other tire
T Two Hundred Thousand pairs nowoin actual use. Over
Notice the thick rubber trend
A" and puncture strips lt
and ' D " al o rim strip ll
to prevent rim cutting Thlg
tlre will outlast any other
make-SOFT. ELASTIC und
to make money to suitable young men who apply at once PPO 1 y
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. Ziff. 5:2-L 5 y-15525 T
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Seventy-five Thousand pairs sold last year.
DESURIPTIUNI Made in all sizes. It is lively and easy riding, yery durable and lined inside
with a special quality of rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures
without allowing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satisfied customers stating
that their tires have only been pumped up once or twice in a whole season. They wei h no more thnn
an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting gualities being given by several layers QT thin, specially
prepared fabric on the tread. That "Holding Back" sensation commonly felt when riding on asphalt
or soft roads is overcome' by the patent "Basket Weave? tread which prevents all air from being
squeezed out between the tire and the road thus overcoming all suction. The regular price of these
tires is 38. 50 per pair, but for advertising purposes we are making a sapecial factory price to the rider
of only 34.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter 1S receive . We ship C.O.D. on approval.
' 'l h e examined and found them strictly as represented
You do not pay a cent unti you av . .
We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent Qthereby making the price S-1.55 per pai? if you send
FULL CASH WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement. We will .also sen one nickel
l t e closers on full paid orders Qthese metal
s and um and two Sam son meta punc ur U -
giiarigtiutt-Jtfigzdlqioslvelrs to ge uged in case of idytentional knife cuts or heavy gashesj. Tires to be returned
at OUR expense if for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination.
We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is asosafe as in a bank. Ask your Postmasteri
Banker Express or Freight Agent or the Editor of this paper aboutbusi Iflaygcgukpgdglr glnpiapgmok
nth se tires ou willafind.-that-they.will ride easier, run aster, wear e er, tube sgwcu leased
C , Y
fi th n a t're ou have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you wt p D
tfftrwhin ggulwagt 3 bicycle yoglwill givip us your order. .We want you to send us a small trial
' k e o er. " .
order at once' hence this remain a e guilt-up-wheels, saddles, pedals, parts and repairs, and
everything in the bi-iyclgtlgtgggsolil py us at hal the usual
' ' . Write for our ig C2 2 08116-
pnces charged by dealers agcbdfpsvgtgegs a postal today. DO NOT THINK OF BUYING 3
D0 T bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone until you know thj: new rm
1 costs a ostal to learn everything Write It ROW-
woxiiliiuogiiivtfiiimiiiilliiiiyv, uipl. "J I." 0Ill0lG0, Ill--
March 20-Choir strikes a knot, or at least seems to have
gotten into the turpentine pitCh.
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Wegerman QLGQI ou13tainPen I 5
or Easy Wrxtxng. I
If you have had trouble with your pen, get
Waterman s Ideal You wrll then know what it is I
have a pen always rrght and always ready to write-
and, of course, nerther leaking, spurting, nor blotting.
ust a hard workrng, steady writer. 5
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FOR SALE BY'ALL RELIABLE DEALERS. 5
L E Waterman Co l75 Broadway, New York. 23-
742 Market Street San Francisco, Cal.
8 School Street Boston,IMass 209 State Street, Chicago, III.
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D A GILL Th Koehl
HARDWARE 5 I
me Pocket Guuefy Clothes Cleaned and Pressed
Ftshmg Tackle Guns
Revolvers and Ammun1t1on
Phone 55 959 Water Street Cheapest and Best Place in the City.
Mar. 26- Chesty plays mesenger boy for King and' "Doc"
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Index to fgtisements.
' Art Gallery.
H. M. Pettingell. . . , . .
. . . 24
Crawford Co. Trust Co-. .. 24
Merchants National Prank. I2
New First National Prank. 5
Andrew Sporrl ....... 1 .... I3
R. A. ,Perry .... , ........ '. I2
Books and Stationery.
Hinds, Noble Sz Eldredge. I2
G. 81. C. Merriam Co ..... 7
George Schwartzman ..... 25
Boots and Shoes.
W. Egbert .............. 23
Peter Miller's Sons ....... 20
A. H. Kohler ...... . ...... 25
Chas. A. Miller .... .H ...... 8
Cigars and Tobacco.
VH. Dreutlein ............ 8
Conrad Fisher .......... I5
Clothiers and Merchant Tailors.
Th. Koehler ............ 30
Fred Lorz .. I7
Mendel ........... .. IO
F. G. Prenatt ............ 23
N. R. Smith Sr' Son ....... 6
C. H, Burch ............. 5
Lo-uis To-rdella ..... .. I9
Allegheny College ...... 0. 2
Cleveland Col. of Physi-
cians and Surgeons. . . 3
Meadville Com'l. College. -2
Pa. College of Music .... 27
I Druggists. F
Ballillger 81 Siggins ...... 3
F. K. Easterwood ........ 13
Dry Goods and House Furnishings.
Goodwin 8: Nunn ......
Joseph Horne 8: Co ...... IS
John Shryock Co ...... I5
Engravers and Printers.
Electric City Eng. Co .... I4
The Star Co. ............ io
Tribune Publishing Co... 21
I. Stevens Arms 8 Tool Co. G
Arms Co. ........... II
The Fulton .............. 23
Five and Ten Cent Store.
O. A. Speakman ......... 27
A. Kreuger ....... . . . I5
J. L. Johnson ...... 24
Miller Sz Derfus. .. ... IG
J. Robinson ..... . . . 6
R, D. Sensor ............ I3
H. C. Starr .............. 25
Hardware and Sporting Goods.
D. A. Gill ............... 30
Graham 8: McClintock .... IQ
Grove 8 Elclrecl ......... I5
Frank Roueche ........ . 2-L
Central Hotel ..... .. . IO
The Halsey ..... - '
Kepler Hotel .... . . -
4 .Q :..'.:1r- 'Y -'-'Va'-f - '
v--- -.: 1
Gordon 81 Reamer. .. ..
Wna. Heckman ..........
Geo. T. Vlfilson 81 Son ....
Meadville Steam Laundry
Chas. Muckinhaupt 81 Bro.
B. L. Lyon ..............
Walter G. Harper Lum-
ber Co. ........ . .... .
Derfus Bros. ........... .
The Edward T. Bates Co.
Mrs. Schultz ............
Photo graplners. '
A. R. Fowler .......
George Pratt ............
Albany Teachers' Agency
P. J. Kebort ........ ..
Rathskeller, Schatz ......
Academy Billiard Parlor.
Brunswick Billiard Parlor
Cox, Sons Sz Vining ......
The Crawford Dairy Co.. .
Mead Cycle Co ..........
The Spirella Co. . . . . .
L. E. Vlfaterman Co ......
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