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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

_fieui York-Gettysburg Club . The New Yoik-Getlysburg Club held its first regular meeting of the new year at the home of the Vice-President , Rev . Dr . Young , D . D _, 77 , on Monday evening , Januaiy 16 th . The attendance was larger than ever . The Club was very hospitably entertained by the VicePresident , who made every endeavor to add to the enjoyment of the occasion . The Club adjourned at a veiy late hour with every member expressing the highest appreciation of the cordial reception extended to each by Dr . Young , and feeling more than ever the full significance of Brotherhood in the name of Gettysburg . Ihe positions of Second Vice-President and Historian were added to the official register of permanent organizations . J . A . Bradshaw , Esq ., 47 , was elected to the former , Rev . J . F . W . Kitzmeyer , 90 , to the latter . Dr . Kershner , 90 , was appointed chairman \> f a committee to consider the future details of _organization and Dr . Young , 77 , chair...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
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Gettysburg ™ [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

Gettysburg ™ < _W . THE _WEEKLY—^* Vol . III . No . 16 . GETTYSBURG , PA , JAN . 25 , 1899 . Five Cents

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

Miss Oliver and The Iiittle minister . The first of the Y . M . C . A . entertainments was given Saturday evening last by Miss Katheime Oliver , of New Yoik . The committee had announced that she would give us a miscellaneous piogiam from Scotch wntcis , but decided later to have her give us her dramatic arrangement of The Little Minister , by Manic . This book is exceedingly and deservedly populai , some of its characters bearing marks of the impress of a master hand of genius . Miss Oliver took scenes in the woik and brought them before us , making each personage speak in his own iiatuial way . So true to life was her impersonation that we forgot for the time that we wcic in Brua Chapel . We seemed to be in the little town of Thiums , in the mud hut of Nannie , in the kirk with the Little Minister , with the inimitable Babbie in her wild lovings thiough the wilder woods and glens . For an hour and a half one of the finest audiences that ever assembled in Brua Chapel sat listening ...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

The Whist Tournament . The Wliist Tournament has met with great success . There are fiftyeight whist players in the tournament and great interest has been manifested in each game played . The object of the club is to develop good whist players and have them defend the College in contests with nearby colleges . The first series was finished Monday evening and the second series will be started at once . The following is a list of the players and scores of the first series : A . H . Shoup and Freas vs . Albers and Rough , 21-22 ; Ketterman and Swope vs . Showater and Karmony , 33-17 ; Lantz and Leisinring vs . Weaver , Jr ., and McNair , 33-15 ; Woods and Bordy vs . Moore and Keller , 32-16 ; Stine and ONeal vs . Cumbler and Hetrick ; 27-14 W . Hartman and D . Deatrick vs . Staley and Van Dorn 27-13 ; H . Hartman and Williams vs . Daniels and Herman , 24-28 ; P . Bikli : and Deveney vs . Penrod and Emmert 26-12 ; Hickman and McClean vs . Weaver , Sr , and Amick , 29-11 ; Keith and Deyo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

College _ttlonld . The New England Free Trade League has offered an essay prize of $ 100 to be competed for by the undergraduate students of Cornell University . A rule has been passed by the Harvard Athletic Council requiring the Univeisity base ball management to cancel all games scheduled with professional nines . The Hon . Seth Low , President of Columbia University , will deliver the Washington s Birthday Oration at the University of Pennsylvania . The Jenner Institute of England has recently received from Lord Iveagh ( Edward Cecil Guinness ) a gift of $ 1 , 250 , 000 , to assist in scientific rffsearch in bacteriology and other forms of biology . Amherst College has given official notice of its resignation from the New England Tri-Collegiate League . The Ohio Wesleyian University has recently received through the will of the late Hon . P . P . Mast , of Springfield , O ., § 345 , 000 , of which 3 100 , 000 is to be used for the library . Mr . James Stillman _, of New York Cit...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

THE advantage of having competent instiuction and coaching in student _organisations of ccitain _ktndb has seldom been moie foici bly _lllustiated than in the case of oui Mandolin and Guitar Club . Those who heaid then peifoimance last Satuiday night were fanly astonishec at and certainly vciy much giatified with the high standaid of excellence their woik showed While suiely muc !) depended upon the Clubs own untuing effoit and constant piacticc , yet a gieat deal of the peifcction of then skill is due to the direction of Mi Moyer , of Hanisbuig l _ a , who has been coaching the Club for the past two months or so Indeed the lesults of his teaching aie such that not only the musica clubs but the athletic teams as well , should , decide in the futuic to spare no effoit to sccuie good instiuction and direction in their times . We trust that the musical clubs will nevci fall below their piescnl standaid but will always cndeavoi to improve , at the same time we exlend most hearty _congia...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

The Weekly Gettysburgiajs _ADVISOR IIOAIU ) ¦ _UASAGINO RDITOK HUSINHSS MANAGER Prof E S _MrUdcnbiugh , Sc II , 6 B IS _We-ivir , gg S \ V _Hirm-in , 99 Rev Milton H VikiiHnc , 82 Imiou Ass _i Hub Mas . Win Anhllnld Mi . CU . iii , Esq _, _Ss Wm J Kllai . ri . hcr , 99 II II Ptnrod , oi Asst _Etmoti K D Clitc , 00 Published _il _Gutjbbiirg Collu [ , i . cver > _Wt-dncsdis during ihc _Collide _Jcir lcnns Jfi 00 per _jc-ir _, _p-i > -ibli . In _-iiliance Single copies 1 i _* c cents _Coiniminicilions -ind subscriptions from -lUimni , stmlevils _nlu \ lilcmls of Ihc _t-olleje arc Invited All correspondence should he _idilasstd to lhe _Gtttysbut £ mn , Out > sburg _, Fa WEDNLSDAY _, JANUARY 25 , 1899 _^

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

PERSON AM A . 47 . J . A . Bkadsiiaw , Esq , Second Vice President of the New _Yoik-Gettysburg Club , is residing at 46 W . 17 th St ., New York City , having recently retired from active business . He was one of the incorporators of the New York Dental School , and until a few years ago , was one of its active trustees , when he resigned . For many years Mr . Bradshaw was the General Superintendent of the New York College of Dentistry . He retains all his old time interest in Alma Mahr and tells many very interesting stories of events and men at college during his student days more than half century ago . 56 . At the recent session of the New York-Gettysburg Club a very interesting fact was brought to tight—one which deserves particular mention in the Geii \ sbukgian because of the credit it brings to Gettysburg and because so few of our alumni are aware of it . In 18 76 Dr . E II . M . Sell , President of the New York-Gettysburg Club , and his famous classmate , Dr . R . L . _Siud...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

_ATHLETIC ] 4 EWS . L A Which , * oo , Reporter . During the past week a movement has been staited along a new line , that of basket-ball . Under the supervision of the gymnasium authorities , the required materials have been procured and everything prepared for establishing the game permanent !} at Gettysburg . The first game was played on Saturday , and the interest manifested by the large number of men who are trying for the teams augurs well for its success among us . It is a game that should have been started heit sooner , and now that it is started we hope that all the greater encouragement may be given its promoters As a means of keeping the men of the other teams in good physical condition 1 during the winter it is invaluable : and in itself , is a highly interesting form of sport while we can hardly hope to form a college basket-ball team this year , the time will be profitably spent in preparation for a winning team next winter . Let every man come out and woik in this new...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

SOCIETIES . IHII . O . Philo Debating Club is still a very live organization and is doing a good work . At its last meeting the usual order of exercises was deviatcd from and each member spoke on the advantages (?) we possess in the way of cuircnt literature , discussing also the best methods of improvement in this line . In the enthusiastic speeches which showed that there is a full realization of the benefits of a first class reading room there was a consensus of opinion that a light , cheerful , and otherwise suitable room should be obtained and that a reading room ought to be conducted by the college authorities , but supported financially by the student body instead of the society members . The meeting of Philo proper last Friday night was well attended but a lack of preparation on the part of a number whose names were on the roll prevented the meeting from being what it might or should have been It is a serious matter to disappoint the society by poor preparation or none at al...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

_FRATERNITY f lOTES . PHI KAPPA PS 1 . The chapter gave a progressive euchre party Tuesday evening , Januaiy the third , at the Eagle Hotel . F . M . Keffer , 95 , Co I ., 10 th Pa . Vol . I , expects to arrive home the fifteenth of April . The First District Council meets in Ilarrisburg the fifth and sixth of April . The committee on arrangements is aheady at work and are striving to make this convention of Phi Psis both interesting and enjoyable . PHI GAMMA DELTA . Bros . Wile , 77 , M . Valentine , 82 , and Miller , 85 , and II . G . Buehler , were recently welcome visitors in town . Bro . J . B . Markward , 91 , has received a call to the Calvary Lutheran Church , Wilkinsburg , Pa . It is believed he will accept . Bro Bevan has added a new monthly maga / . ine , The Anglo-Amer-ican , to the world of literature . It is to treat of the principal topics of discussion in both England and America . Among those piesent at the Lutheian convention a few weeks ago at Philadelphia , were ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 January 1899

COI 1 I 1 ECIANA . —Mascots ! —Basket Ball ! —Whist Tournament ! —The Tiber after a few days of mild weather again presents a cold front with his wintry winds . —In spite of the large importation of mascots into College lately , these omens of good luck have failed sadly in the Whist Tournament . The losers seem to have lost all faith in the efficacy of the rabbit s foot . —Feats of strength performed with the old cannon ball in the Mathematical Room on Wednesday morning , by one of our Samsons of the Senior class brought forth great applause and also caused some surprise .

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