Franklin and Marshall College - Oriflamme Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)
- Class of 1888
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Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1888 volume:
PUBLISHED BY THE U
.FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE,
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Forlumzle is he who expects uollaing, for he shall never be disappoinled.
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BOARD off TRUSTEES.
ROBERT H. SAYRE, ....
F. SHRODER, ..................
HENRY WIRT,. ................. .
REV. C. Z. WEISER, D.D .,....
REv. S. G. XVAGNER, D.D.,.....
GEORGE GELBACH, 4+ ........
J. W. VVETZEL. ESQ .,.....
SAMUEL A. Burz, ESQ.,...
BENJAMIN F. SHENK ,.........
GEORGE W. HENSEL ,......
J. W. WIESTI,lNG, ESQ .,......
GEORGE F. BARR, LL.D .,......
J. O. MII4I.ER, D.D.,. .....
E. R. ESCHBACH, D.D., ....
C. U. HElLhIAN,............
J. B. LlVINGSTON,......
C. M. BOWER,
GEORGE Z. KUNKEI,,. ...........
G. S. GRIRFV1-H, ........................... .......
REV. T. G. Am-LE, D.D., LL. D., .... .......
HON. J. W. KII.I.lNGER, ..... .............. .......
HON. J. P. WICKERSHAM, LL.D., ...... .....
DR. JOSEPH COBLENTZ,................
CHARLES SANTEE ,........
JOHN D. SKILES, -... .-
JACOB BAUSMANV .... ..
JOHN C. HAGPZR, ................
D. W. GROSS, ..........................
HON. JOHN CESSNA, LL.D., .....
A. HERR SMITH, ESQ., .... .......
. .Lancaster, Pa.
.Yates Centre, Kan.
REV. THOMAS G. APPLE, D.D., LL.D.,
REV. JOHN S. STAHR, PH.D.,
Ywaslzrer amz' Lz'6mr1'an.
REV. JOSEPH HENRY DUBBS, D.D.,
REV. THOMAS G. APPLE, D.D., LL. D ,
Prrwssor ry flleulal and Illoral Science, Aivllzeliav nm! the W1 ilosophy ry' HI'.Yf0!fjl.
KVM. MARVELL NEVIN, LL.D.,
Alzmmi Przyfcssor of English Ll'f6'1'!ZllH'L' and lfcllcs-Lcflrfs.
REV. JOHN S. STAHR, P1-LD.,
l'rzW.v.s'or of Nalural Srfnzrv, CWwuisbjf and M Mc f:!'l'll1tI7I Laflglragc.
REV. JOSEPH HENRY DUBBS, D.D.,
.1-I1aiw1rz'e1i l7'oj2-.mor 4 Hislozjy and Arrlzrrolqgfy.
J. lx. KIEFFER, 1'u.D.,
lhyrssor of Auricnl l,az4gf11qz,fcs.
JEFFERSON E. KERSHNER, l'H.I,.,
I 'ropmror of Zllalhcmaiim.
REV. GEORGE F. MULL, A.M.,
Acyunrl I 9'dcssor ry' Iingflzlflz l.1'ft'I'!7fIH't'.
SILAS J. NEFF.
Ykacher my lflorution.
AMBROSE M. SCHMIDT, A.B.,
HH Glasses. ,r s-+
12l'6'.Y1'dL'll 1, ...... .
V ice President, .....
T reasurcr, ........
H, A, BOWER, .......... ........
H. CESSNA, dv. K. Z., ..... .......
A. S. DECHANT, ............
H, F, DITTMAR, X, 1I7,,....
G, W, DQRNBACH, ....... ........
C. F. HAGER, dw. K. Y., .... ........
H, A, Dumas, Cb, K, T., ........ ........
C. A. Loos ,....... .................
E. MUSSELMAN, fb. K. E,,+ ............
j. C. NOLL, A, T. A., ........... ........
W. R. PETERS, ...........................
G. W. RICHARDS, df. F. A., .......... .
A. H. R01-HERMEL, fb. K. if., ........
J. L. Rousn, ....... .........................
E. G. Russ, A. T. A., ....... .......
N. H. SAXMAN, A. T, A., ..... ........
J. G. Scnucxxsn, ............. ........
CLASS Co1.oRs.-C.-xRD1NA1. AND OLIVE.
J. L. ROUSH.
W. R. PETERS.
J. G. SCHUCKER.
C. F. HAGER.
. ..... A. S. DECHANT.
515 West Chestnut, ......... Bowers, Pa.
250 North Duke, ............ Bedford, Pa.
514 West XVa1nut, ........... Pennsburg, Pa.
Harbaugh Hall ,..... ......... I .oysburg, Pa.
Harbaugh Hall ,.............. Ringtown, Pa.
Abbeville, ......... ....... . .... I .ancaster, Pa.
229 West Chestnut, ........ Lancaster, Pa.
515 West Chestnut, ......... Bethlehem, Pa.
529 West Chestnut, ......... Pleasant Gap, Pa.
23 East Lemon, .......
236 North Mary, .......
529 West Chestnut ,... ...... M anocacy, Pa.
551 West Chestnut, ......... Madisonburg, Pa.
234 North Duke, ............ St, Marys, Pa,
I7 East Lemon, .............. Latrobe, Pa.
549 West Chestnut, ......... Moselem Springs, Pa
HISTORY or '87.
HIS is not the hour for idle humor, nor maudliu titncies, nor yet for simious exag.
gerations. We are on the threshold of departure. We have breathed heavily,
we have groaned bitterly, and it has been said that '87 " roareth like a lion 3"
but let us now tread softly, mourn fully, tearfnlly, yet heroically, until the order is given
to Fire the Centennial cannon, and with one occord '87 will be pronounced the strongest
regiment in the great battle of education vs. ignorance. We do not seek voluptuous
admiration, nor do we desire panegyric encomiums or adscititious adulations, but
Spectemur agenda. Since many do not know what our qgfnzzlo has been, it now
becomes the historian to relate, not spasmodically, inebriously or frenziedly, but
coolly and calmly, several facts which have taken place during the last year, leaving
all remarkable occurrences for individual members to whisper into the ears of their
" most devoted." We do this because we wish to prove ourselves honest Cas we arel,
and if the historian told you some true things you might doubt them, since all other
historians generally l-e.
The first thing of any importance since the last history was written was the
ORIFLAMME tight. It was of a high order. The election of the staff caused the
greatest dissension, and until the ORIFLAMME was published there seemed to be dis-
satisfaction. We mention this fact because it is true and because it did us much good.
'87 is stronger now than ever before and " quae pauci incipiant reliqos adstrepere."
It is needless to say that we started this wonderful work with trembling. We looked
upon it as a dragon which would impair our physical beauty and cause our fathers to
" put their faces into the spittoons and weep" on account of their spendthrift sons.
What else could we expect if we were to judge by the past ? Even now when you say
ORIFLAMME. to the members of '86 it makes them groan. Though disheartened and
fearful we went to work with the assurance that if '87 couldn't publish an ORIFLAMME
worthy of the name, no class at F. and M. could do it, nor any class of students in the
country. Oh, those ORIFLAMME meetings ! There was no " Will you please do this ?"
" May we trouble you to see that man ?" " Will it inconvenience you to write this ar-
ticle ?" Oh, no ! It was " If you don't have that finished by our next meeting, you've
got to set up the cigars or something better." " If you dou't see that fellow this week,
CLASS CoI,oRs.-XVHITE AND BLUE.
15Tsfdcnl, ............................ .......
Via' President, ...... ,,,,,,.
52'fl'L'lt1I:lf, .... ..
H l'Sf0l'I'll 11, . . . .
A. S. GLESSNER.
F. M. LINE.
H. K. IVIILLER.
NAME- CoI.I.Eos RESIDIINCE.
C. L. BOWMAN, A. T. A., .... . ..... 53 West King, .................... Lancaster, Pa.
T. K. CRoM14:Iz,.. ...... .... .
W. J. EnI2RLv,. ............ ..
--.---555 West Chestnut,..............Hagerstown, Md.
......3I4 West Chestnut,...........Lancaster, Pa.
E. K. EYERLY, ................ . ..... 515 West Chestnut, ............ Hagerstown, Md.
A. S. GLESSNER, A. T. A., ...... 343 North Queen,.....
W. R. HARNISH, A, T. A.,+ ...... ..................................
A. L. G. HAY, 41. K. Nl'.,. ....... ..... . 529 West Chestnut, ........... Boynton, Pa.
C. C. HERR, A. T. A.,......
W. S. HOERNER, ......... ..
......224 XVest Orange,.....
......555 West Chestnut,............
U. O. H. KERSCHNER, ...... ...... H arbaugh Hall, ......
J. S. LEIIIY, X. wb., ..........
F. M. LINE ,......... ......
H. K. MILLIER ,........
E. C. MUSSELINIAN, ......
......II6 North Pine,......
......557 West Chestnut,............
C. Noss, ................... ........ ...... C o llege Campus, .......
F. A. RUPLEY, 41. K. 'l'., ...... ..... . II6 North Pine, ........
D. SCHEIRER, JR., ......
G. E. WISSI.ER, ......
C. K. WITLIER, ......
......547 NVest Chestnut,.............
......553 West Chestnut,............
......549 West Chestnut,............
Ft. Loudon, Pa.
Silver Run, Md.
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HISTORY OF 68.
HIs'roRrAN's DEN, Some Time Ago, 1887.
Jlfy Dear Amelia Amanda jllalzfina 17172011671-f0Ilf5 .-
It is quite a long time since I wrote you my last letter. Perhaps you have begun
to think I had forgotten you altogether. But be assured, I still have a corner for you
in my memory. While rummaging about the materials for a history of our class, I
came upon your sweet image and presently determined to tell you about the class to
which I belong, viz: the juniors.
Now, my dear, you must not expect too much from me. If you will take the
trouble to sit down and try to write me a full account of all that l1as happened to you
during the past year, you will at once see how dillicult it would be for me to write a
complete history of the junior class. l
Juniors at one time were Sophomores. Between you and me, the Sophomore year
was an interesting one. It was the time when we studied two noteworthy branches.
The first is called Analytic Geometry, a very " tough " study, so called. A few years
ago there was a Sophomore class in college whose love for Analytic Geometry was
very cold. But let me tell you, Amelia Amanda Malvina Fitzallen Jones, that class
made it hot for " Ana," as they called the study. As you no doubt have access to
books written for the purpose of telling people about such capers, it is unnecesary for
me to say anything more about the fate of " Ana."
The other branch of study, my dear with a long name, about which I wish to tell
you something is Botany. Perhaps you do not know just what Botany is. Well, it
is a science which tells people how potatoes grow and onions shoot. It has some-
thing to'say too about wild flowers. This latter function of Botany is a very valu-
able one, because it gave the professor an excuse to send us out into the country to
hunt wild flowers. In this way, you may be sure, we had lots of fun. I would like
to tell you about some of our trips for hunting a very swccl-smelling plant, which
the smart people call simplocarpurfrelidus. It would take too much time, however,
to tell you all these little things, and besides I want you to know something about
our trip to the renowned municipality of Smithville. On a certain morning the
professor led us to the railroad station, where we took the train for Pequea. From
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HISTORY OF '88,
Pequea we walked to Smithville, gathering wild flowers on the way. The last named
place may be described as a place where our class took dinner and were amused by a
certain Corporal Kelley, who tried to collect a quarter from our " crowd " for friend-
ship's sake. Arriving by a detour at Reftou, the class played ball until the cars were
ready to take them back. It is a great pity, Amelia Amanda Malvina Fitzallen
jones, that you cannot go to college like the rest of' us and go botanizing too.
As you may not be aware of the fact, I wish to tell you that in the lives of our
students there are three important epochs, viz: their admission to college, Sdpho-
more " test," and graduation. Since you received my last letter, our class has passed
the second epoch. Now it is a common thing for junior historians to write about
" test " in their class histories, and you might think it superfluous for me to refer to
it again. I desire, however, to tell you confidentially that " test " is the ordeal which
determines who of the Sophomores shall become Juniors and who shall 'e' go into
business." It is the winding up of the first half' of the college course. You will, no
doubt, be very glad to learn that your favorite juniors have passed the ordeal and are
" pretty well, thank you."
So important a year as the Sophomore is usually regarded as worthy of some
suitable way of celebrating its completion. Our class had no such celebration at all.
We held class meetings and tried to hit upon some way of artinguishing ourselves as
Sophomores, but nothing came of the movement. As for holding a cremation, that
was a dream that was not realized. Perhaps, then, it was thought, it would be a good
plan to get up a mock contest in oratory after the juniors had held their Oratorical
Contest. This scheme was not even attempted, and we finally made a feeble effort
to practice for a Sophomore concert. The concert, however, proved to be one of
those things which we didn't have. No cremation I No mock contest! ! No Sopho-
more concert I ! ! Alaek ! Alas I !
There was one thing, however, my dear Amelia Amanda, etc., which we did have.
Some of us formed an embryonic German society, the object of' which was to give
us practice in German conversation. And we did converse in German too, you'd
better believe. You just should have heard how nicely we learned to say "ja, mein
Herr " and " Neiu, mein Herr." That's something, anyhow. The society was finally
disorganized and disbanded, because so much time was needed for botanizing. Per-
haps at some future time t' Die Deutsche Gesellschaft " will be heard of again.
It is now time to close. Be assured that '88 is doing well. I trust that your admira-
tion for our class is as ardent as ever. That Amelia Amanda Malvina Fitzallen jones
may be preserved in health and forever enjoy the esteem of' the-Iuniors is the humble
wish of their HIs'roRrAN.
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CLASS 'Co1.nRs.-CARDxNAL ANU
P1 c'xic1'c11l, .......... .............................
Vita' l'1'c'sz'a'w1l, .... .....
7?'l'lI.S'Il7'C7 , ........ .....
HZ'5f0l'I'd II , ..... ....
A. B. BAUMAN.
I . Am'1f:I,.
J. T. ANKENEY, X.
C. R. ANKENEY, X.
qw., ..... ......
T. B. APPE1., X. fb., ....... ..
H. H. Avrmz, Lb. X.
A. B. BAUMAN, 41. K.
sr., ..... .... . .
A. T. CLAY, ...................... .....
J. R. Cmaavlm, X, 1b.,+. .......
C. E. CREITZ, ...... ........ . .
A. CONNER, JR., ........ ....
E. T. Hfxorsu, .................. ......
C. A. HARNISH, Gb. K. 'l'.,. .... .... . .
C. E. HELLER, .............. .
D. G. Hwrntcx, ....... ........ ......
Harbaugh Hall, .....
Harbaugh Hall, .....
533 West james,....
553 XVest Chestnut,
if., .... . .... .
.618 North Lime, ....
547 West Chestnut,
555 West Chestnut, .....
Abbeville, ...... ....., .
553 XVest Chestnut,.
Harbaugh Hall ,.... .
116 North Pine, .....
555 West Chestnut, ......... .....
C. E. HlI.LIARD, ................. . .... .
HOLLINGER, lb. K.
K. L1G11'r, .................... ......
. MANCHA, fb, K. Z,,'X' ........ ....
H. S. MAY, ...................
H. C. POSCHMAN,.....
A. L. SCH.u21f1f1eR,......
C. E. SCHAEFFER, .....
I. M. ScHA1eF1f14:R,.......
C. H. Scnocxjf .............
J. H. Scnwmvrz, X.
4w.,. ..... .... . .
G. B. SM1'rH,. .............. .
W. C. SvKEs,+ ............
S. U. WAUGAMAN, ......
D. T. WERNER, JR.,
VV. B. XVERNER, .......... ....... ...... 5 4 9 Xvest Chestnut,
W. H. W121.c11.aNs, X. lb.,
D. M. womf, A. T.
Clear Spring, Md,
11 as U
549 West Chestnut, ...... .....
Harbaugh Hall, .....
343 North Queen,..
551 XVestChestnut, .... ..
551 West Chestnut, ..... ..
551 West Chestnut, ...... .....
Harbaugh Hall, .....
236 North Mary, ....
553 West Chestnut, ...... .... .
549 West Chestnut, .....
......4o4 North Duke,....
.343 North Queen, .
Mt. joy, Pa.
Harrison City, Pa
- -.---. Mountain, Pa.
- ---- Lancaster, Pa.
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HISTORY OF '89.
have taken it down, so as to put a golden border around it. '89 produced the missing
article and '90 went home ruminating in sorrow over their " hard luck."
Our class is the largest,-3r on the roll, 26 in actual attendance, Schock, Sykes,
Mancha, Cleaver and Hollinger not yet having returned from their sunnner vacation.
YVe miss them for their particular qualities: Schock, intellect, Sykes, fun,-" No
monkeying around the band wagon, please 3"-Mancha, music 3 we miss him particu-
larly infour orchestra, which we Sophomores are just organizing, Cleaver, acrobat
and champion jumper, Hollinger, genuine good nature. As incidental reference has
been made to our orchestra, we would say, it is not yet prepared to fill engagements.
But we shall notify the general public in next year's ORIFLAMMIC, when full particu-
lars will be given. ' -
We have many bright projects under sail, some of which require secrecy, in order
that the accumulated energies may burst forth with greater splendor at some future
day. As I am safe in saying that it is neither conspiracy nor anarchy, the general safety
of the public need not be alarmed. XVhen our class shall have emerged from the
vortex of " test," into which it is wildly rushing, when dripping and wet and
bruised and bleeding it shall have crawled out on the other bank, a pale and sorry-
looking thing, perched on the stormy heights of Calculus to dry offl and healing its
wounds at the balmy equations of chemistry, then, and not till then, must you,
gentle reader, look for huge class enterprises.
The Historian has looked over fourteen class histories, for a suitable ending, and
this one has " struck " him as altogether the most appropriate, and at the same time
the most truthful QQ one. p
" '89, now 1 strong, bids our readers an affectionate farewell, until the accumu-
lating historicalimaterial demands a third hearing." HISTORIAN.
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CLASS COLORS.-PINK AND BLUE.
Prznvzdnll, ...A......................... ...... ...........
.j. P. HARNER.
irc I n's1'a'cul, ......
A. M. SCHAFFNER.
D. M. JONES.
A. R. CRAIG, X.fb.,....
W. M. HALL, A. 'l'.
Harbaugh Hall, .... .............. C olumbia, Pa.
J. P. HARNIQR, ............................. Harbaugh Hall
I. W. HENDRICKS, sb
D. M.joNEs, X.d1.,.
W. H. LANDIS, .......
L. T. LAM1-E, ............
C, E, LONG, fb. K. Nl'.,....
B. M. IVIEYER, ....... .... ......
F. C. MILLER, ...... .
M. P. MILLER, dw. K
C. D. NEFF, ......... .
T. Novn, ..... , .....
W. P. SACHS ,.........
A. M. ScHAFFNER,.
B. B. YVOLF,'x' .......
. ........ ...... H arbaugh Hall,
and M. Academy,
21 South Mary, .... ..... .....
Harbaugh Hall, ......... .....
......Beaver Springs, Pa
2:2 West Chestnut, ............ Lancaster, Pa.
Rolxrerstown, ......... ...... R ohrerstown, Pa.
. ...... Lancaster, Pa.
Ihr!-.1 .'71 'ln
HISTORY off '9O.
I come not here to talk. You know too well
The story of our exploits. We are fresh I
The bright sun rises to his course, and lights
A class of Freshs! He sets, and his last beam
Falls on a Fresh I--not such as overcome
By superior numbers, the Sophs hold
Up for ridicule and lasting reproach,
But brave, defiant Freshies-undismayed
By the attacks of would-be " stretcl1ers," Sophs,
Strong in some dozen powerful men 3 only great
In that strange spell-a name.
Each day wild yells,
Or open attack, or lofty contempt,
Cry out against them. On one occasion,
An innocent man. a stranger, fnothing morej,
Was stretched-stretched like a " Prep," by those who bore
The names of Sophomore, because, forsooth,
He was supposed to be one of our nmnber,
And therefore fit prey for them ! Be we Fresh
And overlook such a blunder ?-Freshmen, and-
Whr-r-r-r-r, bang! ! ! The shrill tones of the alarm clock warn me to drop this sub-
ject. So, in humbler strain I shall offer for your consideration some of the important
events in the early life of '9O.
When the timidity which strangers naturally feel, had been overcome, we began to
take an active part in college life. In frequent "rushes" with the Sophs and in
various other things too numerous to mention we soon acquired the reputation of
being " hard to beat." Even "Zeus " confessed : " I don't know what to do with you
Freshmen." On account of the deplorable lack of interest manifested in athletics
last Fall, there was but little chance for securing distinction in that line. However,
HISTQR V OF ,90.
this Spring we expect to place in the field some strong clubs which will do good work
in maintaining the honor of our class and in arousing the dormant athletic spirit of
On Senior oration day we created quite a sensation by suspending from the top of
the College tower a large class flag. It was the intention of the class that it should
adorn the college until destroyed by the elements. It was destroyed, and that too by
at very had eleinentg for during the exercises in the Chapel it fell into the hands of
the Philistines tSophsl, but not before it had served its purpose. '
Class spirit is very intense in our men. Consequently no slight to the class will be
endured, as certain students can well testify. One offender was captured in a dark
hall of Castle Harbaugh, and carried into a neighboring room which had been con-
verted into a chamber of horrors. There before a ghostly assembly the culprit was
solemnly tried for his offences. A dim light disclosed in various attitudes mysterious
figures robed in whiteg the G. H. P. in awful :tones repeating the tortures of evil-
doersg and high above all on lofty throne, the XV. G. S. J. The child of darkness
was found guilty and then handed over to the mercy of the Lord High Executioner
and his attendants. Thereupon there arose a few smothered groans and --. The
G. R. B. carried out the remains and the council adjoumed sim' did.
Our class meetings were held in Harbaugh Hall. Although there had been many
threats to disturb us, yet it was tried but once, and then it resulted disastrously to a
Senior and ajunior. These men kindly undertook to run our meeting, but unfor-
tunately for them, their services were not appreciatedg for a mad 'rush was made at
them in which the junior narrowly escaped "stretching," on account of a bodily
infirmity. The Senior fared worse, as three of our men " wiped up the floor with
him." 'QC smiled when " Porker" fell. '
. For some time the juniors found considerable amusement in singing " Freshie, get
your class cut, class cut," etc., on account of our delay in selecting a suitable design.
The song suddenly became unpopular when it was discovered that " Freshie" had
procured by far the handsomest class cut ever seen in an ORIFLAMME. Now
" Freshie " sings the revised version : "junior get your eye-teeth, eye-teeth-cut."
Though there are many incidents which mark the career of 'QO, yet we will not
abuse your patience by entering upon their consideration. ' You have seen what we
have done. True, 'tis little. But we trust that you will overlook our " freshness "
and consider that we " live and learn." Our motto : " Action proves each one," shall
be an index to the character of the class, collectively and individually. Hoping that
its history may meet with your approval, the class of '90 makes its bow and thus ends
its first appearance in public. H1s'roR1AN.
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Salutatorian, ............................................. IE. K. EYJQRLY,
H. F. D1'r'rMAR, J. C. Nom.,
C. A. Loos, G. W. RICHARDS.
Eulogist, ............... ....... J . L. Rousn,
Goethean Orator, ...... ....... X V. R. PETERS
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H. A. Bowxcu,
A. R. CRAIG,
T. K. CROMER,
H. 1-'. DI'r'rMAR,
W J. EBERLY,
E. K. EvIf:RLv,
A. S. GLESSNIQR,
A. L. G. HAY,
W. S. HOERNISR,
U. O. H. KERSCHNER,
L. T. LAMPE,
W. H. LANDIS,
J. K. LIGHT,
C. A. Loos,
H. S. MAY,
F. C. MILL?-DR,
H. K. MILI.ER,
E. C. MUSSELMAN,
J. C. NOLL,
W. R. PETERS,
H. C. POSCHMAN,
G. W. RICHARDS,
J. L. RoUsH,
E. G. Russ,
A. L. SCHAEFFER,
C. E. SCHAEFFER,
I. M. SCHAEFI-wen,
D. SCHEIRER, jr.,
J. G. SCHUCKER,
G. B. SMITH,
D. T. WERNER,
W. B. WERNEII,
G. E. WISSI4ER,
C. K. WITMER.
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DIHGNOTHIHN LITERARY Enocmrv.
N. II. SAXMAN. J. S. Lrsnzv,
Vice President, Recording Secretary,
A. CONNER. W. M. QHALL,
S. U. WAUGAMAN. I F. M. LINE.
Librarian, Corresponding Secretaries,
H. H. APPLE. C. C. HERR,
C. A. HARNISH.
T. B. APPEL. I Treasurer,
i S. U. WAUGAMAN.
F. A. RUPLEY, 1 Registrar,
C- L. BOWMAN. I C. A. HARNISH.
Salutatorian, ............. . ..... ............................ C . F. HAGER.
A. S. DECHANT, h G. W. DORNBACH,
F. A. RUPLEY, H. CESSNA.
Eulogist, ........... . ....... . ............ . ....... H. A. DUBBS.
Anniversarian, ...... ........ A . H. ROTHERMEL.
Jlafzvhall Umtion ,................ ................... I ,. li. Coux.15NTz,
f7a11k11'n Oralion, ............ .. ........ ..... . S. L. KREBS,
Salulaloriau, ..... ...... I J. F. MAUGPZR,
If'aIz'a'1'vlar1'an, .... ..................... ..... . I '. A. KUNK1-:I..
I-wise, QA Gold flhwdalj, ........................... G. J. Lrsmsuorsn.
SUNIOR ORHTORIOAL QONTEST.
H'z':c, fx-1 Gola' l31lz1fQ'z'j, ...................... ...... X V. R. PETERS.
MANTLE ORHTOR, Qnass '88.
C. C. Hmm.
SUNIOR ORHTORIOHL QONTESTHNTS.
C. L. BOWMAN, E. K. EYERLY, E. C. MUSSELMAN
F. A. RUPLEY, G. E. Wrssmsn.
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H. C. BRUBAKER, ESQ., W. U. HENSEI., ESQ.,
CLARENCE H. CLARK, WM. T. JEIAEERIIQS,
HENRY B. COCHRAN, M. D., CHARLES I. LANDIS, ESQ.,
XVALTER M. FRANKLIN, ESQ., GEORGE M. KING, M. D.,
CHAS. M. FRANKLIN, M. D., CHARLES E. NETSCHER, M
PAUL GERI-IART, CHARLES G. RENOIER,
JOHN C. I'IAGIiR, JR., JOHN S. RENGIER,
WM. H. HAGER, EUGDZNE G. SMITH, ESQ.
CHARLES I-I. FELL, F., CLARENCE V. LICHTY, I'.,
FRANK KELLER, I'., OLIVER ROLAND, M.. D., B.
Active Members. .
'85-J. F. MOYER. '87-HARRY CESSNA.
'sg-M. P. MILLER.
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Fratres in Urbe.
J. H. Dumzs, D. D.,
WM. 1.1-:AMAN, ESQ.,
T. J. DAVIS, ESQ.,
H. F. Smcmc. ESQ.,
E. C. Ducm., ESQ.,
H. N. IfOXVELL,
J. G. Zoox,
H. W. CREMER,
C. R. EABY,
R. P. STIQWART,
E. R. ZAIIM,
P. K. FRAIM,
W. R. HRINTON,
J. C. XVILEV, P.,
A. B. HASSLER, B.,
'87-H. F. DITTMAR.
C. R. ANKENIW, E ,S xi T. B. A1'1fEL,
J. T. ANKENEY, 9 J. H. SCHWARTZ,
W. H. YVELCHANS.
A. R. CRAIG, f '90 4 D. M. JONES.
S. H. RUTH.
x85z. 1860. 1887
PHI KHPPH PSI.
Pnuwa Em QHHPTER.
'A Resident Members.
HON. A. C. REINQEHL, A
HoN. D. P. ROSENMILLER, ' I
G. N. GLOVER, Pa., Z.,
PHILIP D. BAKER, ESQ.,
JoE. E. BOWMAN,
Jorm W. APPLE, ESQ.,
SAM'L SPRECHER, Pa., '9.
C. H. BROWNL M. D.,
J. HAROLD WICKERSHAM,
5 -- REv.GEo.GAU1., O.,
W. T1 BROWN, ESQ.,
i W. N. APPLE, ESQ.,
I A. P. SHIRK,
5 J. A. BRowN, Pa., E.,
I J. W. BRowN, ,
i W. S. WELCHANS,
T. W. Dumas.
H. A. DUBBS,
A. L. G. HAY,
I. W. I-IENnRxcxs, f 'go 1
'86-R. N. KOPLIN.
H. G. MCCARTER, Pa.,
REV. F. E. SCHRODER,
J '87 4 . C. F. HAGER, JR.,
2 '88 4 F. A. RUPLEY, JR.
P '89 -1 A. B. BAUMAN.
C. A. HARNISH.
C. E. LONG.
A. M. SCHAFENER.
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Tau QHQPTER.-1874. A
WALTER J. BAUSMAN, '82,
C. Forxrz. 84.
j. BLACKWOOD, '86,
E. GEORGE RUSS, F' '37 4
N. H. SAXMAN.
C. L. BOWMAN, E ,88 i
WM. R. HARNISI-IR'
'89-D. M. WOLFE. '
J. H. GERHART, '86,
D. H. Srlzwsmmc, '86,
H. M. GROSSMAN, '89
J. C. Nou.,
CHAS. C. HERR,
A. S. GLESSNER.
90-YVM. M. HALL.
ifrzmkliu 55 Illarshall Qiullcge
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861515 gem. CZLUBS.
J. T. ANKENEY, ls! b., H. F. DITTMfKR,S. s., fC?zj1!.J R. N. KOPLIN, ga' b.,
H. H. APPLE, nf, E. T. HAGER, Lf, M. P. MILLER, p.,
A. T. CLAY, c., J. H. I-IARTMAN, r. ji, D. M. Wowxs, 2d 6.
EDITORS 014' 'rule " OR11fr.A1xmnc."
See I7lll.fff!lf1Tlll, page 42.
J. T. ANKENEV, IS! b., A. T. CLAY, f., I C. E. PIILLIARD, p.,
H. H. APPLE, s. s., E. T. HAGIQR, Lf, CG1pt.j, J. II. Scmvmvrz, 311' b
A. B. BAUMAN, c. f, C. HELLIQR, r. f, D. M. Wonms, 2d 11,
I FRESHMAN NINE.
B. GRIFFITH, s. s. and c., C. E. LONG, ja. amz' s. s., QCapl,J
D. M. JONES, r.jI, F. C. MII,I,1SR, ls! b.,
L. T. LAMPE, Lf, M. P. IWILLER, za' b. andp.,
W. H. LANDIS, af, W. P. SACHS, 3d b., '
A. M. SCHAFFNER, f.
FOOT gnu. 651.112
J. T. ANKIQNIW, '89, S. U. XVAUGAAIAN, '89,
F. M. LINE, '88, G. IC. XVISSLER, '88.
II. II. A1-1-L1-2, '89, II. F. D1'r'mmR, '87,
T. K. Cluml-zu, '88, E. C. BIUSSIELMAN, '88,
j. L. Rousn, '87, W. S. HOIQRNER, '88,
Fi. 61. TENNIS QLUB.
II. II. Av1'I.1':, '89, II. F. D1'r'rMAR, '87.
II. C1':ssN,x, '87, A. L. G. Hfw, '88,
A. D15cnAN'r, '87, A. II. R0'I'lIl'IRMliL, 'S7.
A. CONNISR, '89,
T. K. CROMER, '88,
"'A. S. IJECHANT, '87,
"E K. EYIQRLY, '33,
AC. A. IIARNISH, '89,
C. E. IIILLIARD, '89,
W. S. IfIo1':RNEu, '88,
'E C. IN1ussxeI.M,xN, '88,
A. L. Scxmlcmflsx, '89,
C. E. Sclmnxflfxin, '89,
C. K. Xvvrzmzx, '88.
'Those marked with nn asterisk rnnslitule thc S:l'hllrl11'm: Club.
D. Scxmmxzn, jr., '88,
j. II. ScuwAR'rz, '89,
J. L. ROUSH, '87,
S. U. WAUGAMAN, '89
G. IE. XVISSLER, '88,
N IN VIEXV.
Medicine, . .- -
Medicine, , . ..... .. ...... .
Teaclxingp ............... ..
D1tL,',. ......... .
' Porkerj .......... .
' Parvus Iulus,' .....
' Calf.. ----. -
' Pete,' . .... .
' Abe,'. .......... .
' Old Mb.n,' ...-.
Dude, ', ..... . .
Sg1x,', ....... .. ...
" I told you so."
I in only a tansy blossom."
" It's a clique." '
I'hat's very jake Pontzf'
" Prove it."
- " Confound it." -
" Tlmt's quite remarkable."
" Whoo-oop I"
" It makes me feel funny."
Don't leave your mother,
U I tell you."
If you can't get a board, t
1" Say, look here."
ake a rail."
DEAL gently now, let justice rule in love,
When you have searched in vain the list above
To find where Senior's excellence doth dwell,
But read beneath and kindly say, " Farewell."
THE WEASEL AND THE TIGER.
A weasel out walking one day met a tiger and immediately wished to be as large
as he. Now the tiger had fed and thrived upon a fruit called " knowledge," but, as
that was hard to obtain, the weasel concluded to try another kind called " se1f-assur-
ance " or " conceit." ,
The first year he made good progress. The second he consumed such great
quantities of his food and grew so very fast that his skin almost cracked. In the
third year he fell off a little in size, because he had overtaxed himself the year before.
The fourth year, however, there was a good yield of conceit and the weasel grew so
fast, that before the year was ended, when he had almost reached the size of the tiger,
he blew up and was sem-ffhjere no more.
T. B. AP1-EL.. .... ..
H. H. APPLE, ....
A. B. BAUMAN, ....
A. T. CLAV, .........
C. E. Cxuzrrz, ......
T. HAGER, .... .
A. HARNISH, .........
C. E. HILLIARD,..
J. K. LlGHT,. ..... ..
H. S. MAV, ...............
H. C. POSCHMAN,
C. E. SCHAEFFER
I. M. SCI-IAEFFER. .....
J. H. SCHWARTZ, .... ..
G. B. SMITH, .........
S. U , .....
D. T. WERNER, JR.,...
W. B. WERNER, ........
W. H. WELCHANS, .....
D. M. WoLFE,. ........ ..
Reformed, .Democrat,.. .... . ..
" IRepublican, .... ......
" Republican, .... ......
" Republican. .... ..
" Democrat,.. .......... ...
'Lutheran , .... . ...... Prohibitionist, ........ .
Reformed, Democrat, . . ........... ..
" Republican, .... ......
Lutheran, Republican, .... ......
Reformed, Democrat, ....... ......
" Democrat, ....... ......
" Republican, .... ......
" Democrat,,. .....
Reformed, Republican, ..... ......
" Turn-coat,.. ..... ..... .
" Democrat,. ...... ..... .
f' H IIIII.
' Republican, .... ......
" Democrat,.. .....
" Republican, ..... ......
" Democrat,... ....
Lutheran, Republican, .............
Refomied, Republican, ............
lGerman, ..... .
German, . .......... ..
Greek,. ............ .
Latin, ........... ..... .
Philosophy of Hist.,
German, .......... .....
Philosophy of Hist.,
Mathematics, ..... ..
As Connex as silence the hour has been,
While we scanned with enjoyment the list of men
All brilliant in honors, as Sophomores won g
And radiant with hopes ofa good time to come.
In a wood, once upon a time, there lived a great many bears. They were of all
sizesg first big bears, and middling big bears, then midclling little bears and little
The big bears and the middling big bears were good and well behaved, but the
middling little bears were rough and bad, and the little bears not much better. This
would not have mattered much, if it had not happened that there were more of the
middling little bears than of the little bearsg so that they imposed upon the little
bears and beat them, and "stretched " them.
This they continued until the grizzlies, who have tliejllrully of ruling, came and
threw the middling little bears around till they were sojY-or-more than soft.
Ever since that occurrence the middling little bears have been trying to show the
little bears how magnanimons it is for twenty-six not to " stretch " sixteen.
' Ffrqssnivxan Ginass.
'mzovesslou IN vnzw.
A. R. CRAIG, ...........
B. GRIFI-'x'rH, ......... ..
W. M. HAI.I.,. ........ .
J. P. HARNIQR, .........
I. W. l'IENDRlCKS,---
D. M. JONES, ....... ....
L. T. LAMPE, ....... ..
A. M. SCHAFFNER
. E. LONG, ............
. M. MEYER, .........
C. M1x.I.E1z, .........
P, MILLER, .........
. D. NEFF, ............
. NOVA, ............ .....
How to keep 'Slimjim' straight'
Letter writing .......................
Bareback riding. ................. ..
Etiquette ..................... ....
Hamlet's ghost .........,...........
How to make a racket ...........
Anfnjagrams ................. ....
How to keep a fire ....... ....
High school girls... ............
Digging Greek roots .............
VVhat will we have for dinner?
German alphabet ............... -...
How to get two pieces 'of pie...
English institutions ...............
How often dare I cut? ............
Politics.. ............................ ..
Missionary to " Dutch Corner "
'Ponsorial artist .. .....
Manager for Helen Potter ..........
Organizer ofa mob ............... , ......
Tax collector of Frederick City .....
U. S. Minister to Borneo ..............
XVeather prophet ................. .......
School master ........... ..................
Book agent ................................
Manager of a matrimonial agency
Reformer of Bulgaria ........ ...........
" The Mikado " ................... . ..... ..
Editor of Dillerville Times ...........
Stump speaker .......................... ..
'Prepared by and published at the request of il committee ofthe Freshman class
C"EA'TENJVI.4L HISTOR If
consequently proved a failure, but it is not improbable that the Charity School of
Lancaster continued to exist, as a private enterprise, nearly, if not quite, to the
founding of Franklin College. This supposition is strengthened by the filet that the
trustees of Franklin College were required by their charter to reserve one-sixth of
their income for the purposes of a "Charity School" in connection with the insti-
The early ministers of tl1e Reformed and Lutheran Churches, in this country, fully
appreciated the importance of founding a literary institution. In I782 the Reformed
ministers ineffeetually petitioned the Synods of Holland to establish a High School
in Pennsylvania. In the hope of meeting a general want Rev. Dr. J. C Kunze, of the
Lutheran Church of Philadelphia, founded a classical school which was finally super-
seded by a German Department in the University of Pennsylvania. Under the direc-
tion of the Rev. Dr. llelmuth this department was very prosperous, but after the
organization of Franklin College it rapidly declined and was soon discontinued.
K The act incorporating Franklin College was passed by the General Assembly of
Pennsylvania on the loth of March, 1787. The Board of Trustees, as named in the
charter, consisted of some of the foremost men in the State. Included in the list
were several distinguished officers of the Revolutionary War, and four of the signers
of the Declaration of Independence.
It had been expected that the Legislature would make a considerable appropriation
towards the endowment of the new institution, but this expectation was doomed to
disappointment. By the incorporating act ten thousand acres of land, lying within the
boundaries of the present counties of Lycoming, Tioga, Bradford and Venango, were
granted to the College, the expenses of surveying to be paid out of the treasury of
the State. By a later act an old public store-house and two lots of ground, of Lan-
caster, were added to the donation.
It will be observed that the donations of the State were by no means munificent.
The store-house had to be reniodelled and partly rebuilt to make it serve the purposes
of a College, and the land which had been granted was unsalable aud supposed to be
worthless. For many years the latter was a constant source of trouble and expense,
but after many years it began to increase in value, and was finally sold for a respect-
able suni. As it was situated in the " oil region " it is a pity that the College did not
retain its land a little longer.
The charter, as granted by the Legislature, appears at first sight to have been suffi-
ciently comprehensive. The Faculty ami Board of Trustees were authorized to grant
such degrees in science and the liberal arts " as are usually granted in other Colleges
in America and Europe." The College was empowered to hold property and receive
bequests, " provided, always the same do not exceed in the whole the yearly value of
x. 3, .
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ten' thousand pounds, valuing one Portugal half Johannes weighing nine penny-
weights, at three pounds." '
Though apparently so liberal, the charter was in some respects cumbrous and
defective. Fifteen of the 'Trustees were to be of the Lutheran Church, fifteen of the
Reformed, "the remainder to be chosen from any other society of Christians." In
guarding the various interests represented minute regulations concerning meetings
and elections were adopted, which subsequently interfered materially with the suc-
cessful working of the institution.
Notwithstanding the disappointment which had been felt with respect to the State
appropriation, the friends of Franklin College proceeded to organize the new institu-
tion on what they regarded as a broad and comprehensive basis. Men of eminence
were invited to accept professorships, and salaries were promised which, it must be
confessed, were not warranted by the iinancial condition of the College.
The dedication, on the 5th ofjune, I7S7, appears to have been a brilliant affair. If
the programme was fully carried out, the procession was grand and imposingg and
the addresses by Drs. Muhlenberg and Hutchins-which were afterwards published
-manifested a high order of literary excellence. It was, however, on this occasion
that the troubles began which proved almost fatal to the institution. In his address
Dr. Hutchins, who had accepted a professorship, made some remarks which may be
mildly characterized as imprudent. Among other things he said : t' As the limited
capacity of man can seldom attain excellence in more than one language, the study
of English will demand tl1e principal attention of your children." However innocent
such utterances may now appear to have been, it should be remembered that the
audience was principally composed of Germans whose chief purpose in establishing
a College was to do honor to their language and nationality. Dr, I-Iutching was ml
Episcopal clergyman, and must have known that his election to a professorship had
been declared by the enemies of the College to be a " a movement in behalf of the es-
tablishment of the Church of England in America." Under the Clrclllllstancgg his
address manifested a lamentable want of tact and discretion, and its results were
disastrous. It would have been much better to employ language like that of Dr.
Benjamin Rush in his "Essay on the Germans," written two years later : " Do not
contend with their prejudices in favor of their language. It will be the channel
through' which the knowledge and discoveries of tl1e wisest nations in Europe may
be conveyed into our country."
In consequence, probably, of the unpleasantness created by these untimely re-
marks, it was found necessary to divide the new College into two sections or depart-
ments. The German department was conducted by Professors Melsheimer and
Reiclienbach, andthe English by Dr. Hutchins and Prof Stewart. Though tl1e Presi-
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have not been in vain. Many of the alumni occupy high
state, and the standard maintained b' the institution is
and respected. The time has come to extend its operations,
the position and influence to which it is justly entitled.
endowment can now be
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HAIL, ye Banks of Coneftogoe !
Fertile, favor'd Region, hail!
Chofen Seat of FRANKLIN Co1,Lnc:E,
What but Good can here prevail?
Science never comes alone,
Peace and Plenty,
Heaven itfelf fupport her Caufe.
By IHOVAH's Care protedtecl
The Fabric gains a Height fubhme,
Truth expands its bright Elfulgence,
Error feeks another Clime,
All its dark and bafe Attendants,
Pride and Difcord Hy from Truth.
' . A Hymn in German.
4. A Sermon in German.
6. A Sermon in Engltfh.
" WHERE fhall we go, to feek and find
"An Hahitation for our GOD,
" A Dwelling for th' eternal Mind
" Among the Sons of Flefh and Blood ?
"The GOD of jacob chofe the Hill
f'Ot' Zion for his ancient Reftg
" And Zion is his Dwelling ftill g
" His Church is with his Prefence bleft.
" Hama shall I fix my gracious Throne,
"And reign forever, faith the LORD:
" HERE fhall my Power and Love be known,
4' And hleflings fhall attend my Word.
U HERE I will meet the hungry Poor,
" And fill their Souls with living Bread.
Io. An Ode in German.
CREATOR hail! thy Light and Glory
Rejoice the Good, the Bad difmay,
Difpel the Mifts of Vice and Folly,
And confecrate this happy Day.
Now doubly bleft the favor'rl Region,
, Where Science joins with mild Religion,
To raife their grateful Hymns to GOD.
All in the glorious Work aftifting,
We huild on Chrift, the Corner-Stone,
The Walls may bear diverfe Diredtions,
The Building ftill fhall be but One.
Devotion pure and peaceful Science
United, hid their Foes Defiance,
While Time remains, the Work fhall ftand.
A Solo. The firft Strophe of the German Hymn.
A Solo. The fecond Strophe of. the Englifh Ode repeated in German.
. Prayers before the Altar in Enghfh.
.- Dr. Watts Imitation or Paraphrafe of the 19th and l32d Pfalms :
" Sinners that wait before my Door,
" With fweet Provifion fhall be fed,
" Girded with Truth and cloathed with Grace
" My Priefts, my Minifters, fhall fhinc,
" Not Aaron in his coftly Drefs
" Made an Appearance fo divine.
" Sun, Moon and Stars convey his Praife
" Round the whole Earth, and never fland
U So when his Truth began its Race, ,
" It touch'd and glanc'd on ev'ry Land.
"Nor fhall his fpreading Gofpel reft,
" 'Till through the World his Truth has run
-f 'Till chfm has all the Nations bien, '
"That fee the Light, or feel the Sun."
I I. A Collection for the Benefit of the lnftitution.
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I sat in a class near midday,
As the clocks were counting the
And a Profl was then instilling,
A youth with wondrous Q?J lore.
I saw the young n1an's pleasure,
Enriched with ayus and liars,
Like a golden robin's singing
VVon1d be to mischievous crows.
And far from the hazy distance
Of that strange and mystic room,
The tale ofa " horse unstabled "
His mind seemed to illume.
And round his watchful comrades
Gum-shoes and text-books lay,
And an impulse that came from a purpose
Seemed to lift and hurl them away.
The athletes reminded of duty,
Heed their instructor's call
By groans and lipless hummings
Of old " So say we all."
And like that music jingling
Within the teacher's ears,
A flood of thoughts came o'er me
That filled my eyes with tears.
How often, O how often,
In those hours of pains and joys,
I had sat in that room near midday,
And gazed on our Prof. and boys.
How often, O l1ow often,
I had wished that our mortal youth
Were free from the snares of temptation,
And pleasures in deeds uncouth !
For my seat was hard and burning,
And our Prof. was full of care,
And to hear a tedious lesson
Seemed greater than I could bear.
But now those trials are over,
They are buried in the sea 5
And only the stories of others
Throw their shadows over me.
Yet whenever I cross the threshold
Of that room once loud with cheers,
Like the odor of gum and tobacco
Come the thoughts of other years.
And I think how many classes
Of fame-aspiring men, .
Each making his mark-on the ceiling,
Have entered the room since then.
I see the boys submissive,
Grown tired of common things,
Their feet and head supported,
And thoughts on fancy's wings !
And forever and forever,
As long as the good have foes,
As long as our youth has pleasures,
As long as life has woes 3
Our Prof. and his answered inquiries
And his students shall appear
As the voice of a guardian angel,
And his charge unwilling to hear.
ON Paormssoas, TO THE. STUDENTS.
ANY discussions concerning tl1e proper way in which young men at Colleges
should be coutrolled by the governors of such institutions, have ofttimes ap-
peared. Oflate years, however, a new phase of College life l1as developed,
and it is as a view of this new state of things that this article has been written. This
new development consists in the Z'1'l'l' zfz'r.ra position now occupied by professor and
student in reference to the control of their Colleges. Since this change of affairs has
been called new, it follows that the writer could not have had any personal ex-
perience in the matter. For that reason may all slight inaccuracies of judgment be
laid to the change of the circumstances.
The development was gradual. First the student was granted small liberties, such
as whether he attend chapel and lectures, and other seemingly insignificant things,
then he was admitted to a share in the government of his College, till now his
supremacy is admitted by professors everywhere, except in a few Colleges that are, as
yet, far behind the times.
Q Of course, the present student, to whom this is addressed, will have some special
diliiculties to overcome, in that he will have no precedent to fall back upon. He
will. therefore, have to guide his actions as he may think best, with the help of the
few suggestions which I may be able to make.
Now, as to the time when you should begin the discipline necessary for the training
of a model professor: let it be as early in your course as possible. It will do no
harm to connnence even at your first recitation in College. You cannot be expected
to do much in this line during your preparatory course because you will not yet have
formed an ideal of the character to which you wish to train your instructor. Here is
a suggestion. Fix your mind upon a high ideal, the higher, the better. You will
find no trouble in fixing it higher than your own ability, but if you ever succeed in
raising your professor to the point to which you think that extends, you may con-
sider your work well done.
Let your model professor be abundantly endowed with that quality especially
ascribed to the leader of the Israelites from the Land of Bondage g let him be silent
ON PROFESSORS, T O THE STUDENTS.
-especially mental, and don't drive them too hard. Do now yourself what your
fathers once wished their professors to do,-" put yourself in their place."
Never fail to acquaint the professor with your wishes, as he may have been laboring
to please you without any definite end to which to direct his efforts. This course will
save him much labor in trying to divine your wishes.
Want of space forbids further details, but at least remember that a fearful resposi-
bility rests upon you, and that future generations of students will be influenced by
the quality of professors which you create.
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NOTE.-About the close of thewinter term, nearly eighteen years ago, a certain
member of the Senior class, sitting in his lonely room, far out East King street, Cnear
the -1 jailj, was made the subject of a practical joke, as hereafter described. A
cigar box, neatly wrapped in paper and properly addressed, was dropped at the door
of the poor unsuspecting Senior, whose visions of good things, aroused by the sight
of the package, were very unceremoniously dashed by a brief inspection of the con-
tents. After making a thorough but fruitless examination of every scrap of paper
for some clue to the names of the perpetrators, it chanced that the box, being held
toward the light in an oblique position, displayed three letters, E. H. L., very lightly
traced on the side, as it were with tl1e point of a pin. A brief reference to the
College catalogue for 1868-9 located the initials as belonging to an inmate of what
was then known as " The Youngman House," situated at that time on West Chestnut
street near Queen. Here some five or six good, jolly fellows boarded-we are even
tempted to give their names, but refrain. On the receipt of the box, the following
ballad was at once written, and a neat copy having been made before midnight, was
carried early the next morning by the writer to the Youngman House where the boys
being summoned to the reading of it, received it with shouts and laughter and such
appreciative demonstration as came nigh demolishing the room and its furniture.
The doggerel may be interesting to a later generation of students.
D512 GI-IRISTITMAS Box UND Um QAS IN lm.
AN OLD ENGLISH BALLAD, IN THE DIALECT OF BERKS.
Bv HEINRICH VoN SIEBENZIG.
Respecywlq dedzkalca' to E. I-L L. -
- Vy sit der Senior up so late
Ven all aroundt is shtill ?
Vy vaste de gas vat all goes in
De session boardin' bill?
. He's sclireiben hart undt fast
At the great Aesthetik :
De pen does fly de page across
just like de lightnin' shtreak.
Undt all aroundt is shtill as mice,
Ven dey pe all ferreckt,
Ven dey no longer tremblin' must V
De big tom-cat exshpect.
Who twas vat shkare him so, undt vat
Dis .mystery canfpe?
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4 "X ' 4ji,?5Z"43 'im Und vy so pale his cheek?
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. ' V 'fl' A A rap like sphirits make!
1 X ' My 51 I " Who's dere ?" he griesg his hair shtand up
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" ES muss von meiner Schwester sein !
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" But dere is yet von leetle thing-
I'll visper in your ear :
I do not vant dat all de folks
Dis novelty should hear.
" Es war scliou manche jahr zurick
Das dieses war gemaclit :
Es war zu oft ge-used, du selxusllt,
Un' so es hut ge-kracht !
" Un' epper hut mir now en Shtick
Mit ' Gomplimeuts ' gescl1ickt--
Ich wonner yusht wo er das Ding,
Das ' relick ' hut gegrickt ?
" O ! vat a trix !'l der Senior say,
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" It is the most sublimest things
Vat ever I did see !
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" Pehold ! into dat leetle box
Dex-e's more of Aesthetik
Dan all de Seniors yet haf seen
In von whole half a week.
" Dere's peauty, undt sublimity,
Undt gomic in a pile !
Mein goodness, how it makes me laugh
Undt how it makes me schmile Z"
Der Senior's heart is light undt gay,
He never feel so goot :
He laugh un' schmile just all de vile,
Uudt say ' Nem nxeiner Hut !'
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FRANKLIN AND IVIARSHALL COLLEGE,
LANCASTIQR, PA., Nov. -, '86,
jlly 125-ap-e5ljam'.' When I received your most welcome' letter, my heart flopped.up
andilown like an old churn-dasherg sensations of exquisite joy crept over it like
goats over a stable roof and thrilled through it like Spanish needles through a pair
of linen breeches. Visions of ecstatic rapture visit me in my slnmbers aml borne on
their invisible wings your image stands before me and I reach out to embrace it like
a pginter snapping at a blue-bottle Hy.
When first I beheld your angelic perfection, I was amazed, my brain whirled round
and 1 reeled as a drunken man. Like the cellar doors of a country store my eyes
stood open and I lifted up my drowsy ears to catch the silvery accents of your voice.
My tongue refused to wag and in silent adoration I drank in the sweet infections of
love as a thirsty man swallows a glass of cool water.
Since the light of your beaming countenance has fallen upon me, I feel as ifI
eonld lift myself up by my shoe strings to the top of the College tower and ring the
bell for chapel.
When Aurora, blushing like a Liir maiden, rises from her saffron colored couch g
when the chanticleer's shrill whistle heralds the coming morn g when the robin pipes
his tuneful lay in the apple-tree by the spring-house, when the waking pig ariseth
from his bed and grunteth and goeth forth for his morning refreslnnentsg when the
drowsy beetle whirls his dreamy flight at sultry noontide 3 and when the lowing herd
comes home at milk time, I think of thee. Day and night 'you are in my thoughts,
and my heart, yearning for your presence, seems to stretch clear across my bosom.
Your hair is like the mane of a sorrel horse powdered with sand, and your lips,
oozing with the freshness of the morning, fill me with unbounded awe. Your fore-
head is as smooth as the elbow of my old coat, your eyes are glorious to behold. In
their liquid depths I see myriads of little Cupids bathing like a legion of little ants in
an army cracker. '
tpublished from a Freshman's diary for the benefit of his class-mates and all interested friends.
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H Dflemlfzly Journal Elevated to Gollege
Flows and lsitsenauuve.
HE STUDENT is a Monthly, which, while by its Local and Personal
Columns fulfilling tl1e object of a College Paper, endeavors to provide
reading matter of a higher order for its readers. We are endeavoring to
make the STUDENT a factor in the Educational Work of our Institution by
directing the minds of the Students towards Literary Labor.
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indication of the effect our teachings and our philosophy have on the minds
of those whose affairs are contained in its columns.
We, therefore, solicit your patronage and co-operation.
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l C-SHE Gonna-:GE Smuonnrn,
Enrrons Fon l888-87. Eorrons Fon I887-88.
A. H. Rormmmsu, J. L. Rousu, E. C. MUSSELMAN, F. A. Ruru-:v,
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THOMAS MAY PEIRCE, M. A., Principal and Founder.
Morning, Afternoon and Night Sessions.
.. . hants and farmers who have had doubts as to whether a sractical business educa-
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items ni interest for the iiiihonglttiul.
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5 The Course and Methods of Instruction, the personal experience of the Professors, and the
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3. The Success Achieved. Eight hundred and seventy-nine C8793 students last year.
THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION.
.' tstructed in technical knowledge qualifying them forthe transaction of business and
the 3:3343-lggqiggetnetit of business aflairs. They are taught:
To Cgndugf Business. To Write Business Letters,
The Customs Prevalant in Trade, - I
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Business Ethics and Commercial Law S
To Record Business Transactions in Books of
' Commercial Calculations,
The Laws of Trade and Finance,
Account' ' 1 The Uses of a Bank, Civil Government,
Single and Double Entry, I Political Economy, Etc.
The most prominent merchants, bankers.land financiers, such as l-lon Frederick Frale ', Hon. john
Welchhlohn Wanamaker, George Stuart and lhomas Cochran, have presided at our Annual Commence-
ments, and have expressed lngh appreciation of the value of the business training obtained at this insti-
tution. , ,
Distinguished educators, such as Commissioner Eaton, Superintendent Higbee, Professor Little and
Chancellor Hall, have commended the methods ofmstruction and the general pur oses oi the College.
And such popular lecturers .as Rev. Qr Buclcleiy, General Fisk, Rev. Dr. Tarmage, ohn R. Gough,
and Rev. Dr. Peck have entertained and instruetex' the large audiences which annuady gather in the
American Academy of Music to witness our commencement exercises. ,
Ladies and gentlemen are enrolled at any time. and charged only from date Ofenrgllmenl,
l!'Call or write lor Circular and Commencement proceedings. .
ojjices, Rooms 5 and 6, Second Flour. A REV' JOHN T"'0'V'PS0N.- DEAN'
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