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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 23 March 1897

The Uleek at Sem . Rev Nicholas , of the Senior class , _feeling the full weight of the solemn truth that it is not good that man should be alone , took unto himself recently an help-meet We all join m wishing Big Nick a happ } _innrrjetl life and extend to him our heartiest congratulations To assure him of tins the students of the Seminar ) met 111 his room , Wednesday night last and with base hull bats , iron pipes , tin cans , deuline whistles , and whatever other musical instruments that were available , celebrated the high occasion and in musical rhythm beat tune to the _joj ful throbhings of his heart hitherto Cupid pierced , but now happilv healed by the halm of matrimony . Rev . h II Hafer , who wns called home a few weeks ago on account of sickness 111 his family , has returned _. igain to Seminary . Dr . Richard last _Tucsdav preached the sermon at the funeral of Ke \ . Hcilman _, 1 ) D , of _Hamsbuig . Re \ . C . Browne Co \ , of the Middle Class , who supplied the pulpit...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 23 March 1897

_Reeeption to Seniors . Oil the evening of March iSth , Dr iiml Mrs . McKnight entertained nt dinner for the class of 97 Every member of the class was present and _enjojed a delightful evening After dinner had been served , the following toasts were proposed _bj _llikle toastmaslei and most happil _) responded to Our Host and Hostess , Clute ; Our Athletic Talent , White ; Our Chums Sisters , Smith ; Remiiiisencesof Noah Porter . mil John _SUinrl Mill , Abel ; Onr Younger Days , Hutton , How We will be Jlissed , Ott ; Our Future , Wolf , The Class of 97 , Dr . McKiught . After singing some _faimli . ir college songs , the class bade the Dr . and his wife _Good-mght , thanking them for one of the most pleasant social functions which it has been their privilege to enjoy-

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 23 March 1897

Facts of _Intenests . One fifth of one per cent , of the m habitants of the United States are college bred men Vet they furnish 30 per cent of our congressmen . 50 per cent of ovu senators , 60 per cent of the Presidents ami o \ er 70 per cent , of our Supreme Court Judges The University of Chicago is consul eiwg plans for the erection of the largest _gymnasium 111 the country The proposed building will be 300 by 100 feel and the total cost _exceeds $ 600 , 000 . The American S \ nod of the Fmmsl ! Kvangehcil Lutheran Chinch has established 11 Finnish College 111 Hancock , Mich .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 23 March 1897

miss Jenny . The famous picture play , _Missjeny , written , illustrated and presented by Alexander _DUck , held the large audience assembled 111 Urua Chapel last _l- nd . iv evening , March 19 th , spell bouml This unique and charming entertainment formed a fitting climax to the Y . M . C . A Lecture Course for the season and scored . 111 immediate success What is a picture play H is a story told by the author and illustrated by the aid of many stereoptican views winch dissolve rapidly one into another Who can describe its charm and iugemut _) Weve had n taste and long for more . Welcome , Missjcny !

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 23 March 1897

March 26 th and 27 th at Newport cm < Mlffltntoun respectively , remaining al the latter place o \ er Sunday We ha \ 1 reasons to bche \ e that this trip will _Iji bj no means . 1 repetition of the // miovci _Yotk affair Their program follows ¦ _IVKT I . 1 . Annie Laurie , —Geibel , Glee Club 2 LeRetcur—Chas . Dancl . i , Violin Clul : 3 Quartette , (\ ocal)—Selected , Messts Nicholas , White , Kollerand Manges 4 . Solo—The Old _Gtave Digger , —A G Henderson , —Mr Manges , 5 Violin Solo—Norma—Chas Dancl . i _, Mr . Erdmaii 6 The Phantom Hand—A W . _Thajer , Glee Club lAUT 11 . 1 . The Serenade—Hermann , Violin Clnl 2 . Solo—Because I Love You Dear , Abt—Mr . Nicholas 3 Dow 11 on the Farm—Macj —Glee Clul . | . Violin Solo—Meditation—Wilson , Mr Krdnian 5 . Mrs Wmslow s Soothing Syrup—Harrington—Glee Club 6 Quartette—L _. ichner , Violin Club 7 . Good Night—Frank Sawyer , Glee Club The _CYlusieal Clubs . Our boys have been working hard and . ire prepared to rentier a fine p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 23 March 1897

Gleanings . Lives of Freshmen nil remind us Though it limy be paradoxical , youve They call iimkc their lives a pest reached a point of life And , _departing leave behind them Where the best thing you can do is Feelings of relief and rest . —/? r . lose ) olir SP y _—Ex . _judgment . He entered the editor s sanctum And vented his views unsought , And next day was hanged as a bandit For wrecking a train of thought . —Ev . PRKSKNCK 01 MIND . I was a Boston maid I was calling on , And I thought Id put up a bluff , So I spoke of Latin poetry . For I knew she liked the stuff . But she wasnt so slow ns you might suppose , 111 spite of her learning immense , When I asked what Latin poem Best expressed her sentiments For that Boston , maid , who in classic shade , Was supposed to _defj Love s charms , Just hung her head and demurely said : I sing of arms and of men . —Ev . THE GRIP AND A PARADOX When your bones all ache like bla / es an jou cant see out your ej es , An your legs go wobbly l...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

_GETTYSBURGS _FUTURE . Si \ ty-livo yeais in the histoiy of an educational _institution ( . Iocs not indicate gieat age , yet it is a sufficient lapse of time on which to base the study of present stiength and piedicatc futuie _possibilities . Oi ) this histoiy as a basis foi study , it may be faithfully clcclaied that Gcltysbuig , past , picsent and piospectivc , has been , is , and pi onuses to be , fully up to the highest expectations winch its _piomulgatois cvei cn teitainecl foi it . Its fhst cuuiculum evidenced an exalted conception of what a collegiate stanflaid should be , and ycais of seivice have demonstrated not only a faithful allegiance to its otigin . il high cnteiion , but a steady and sine imptovcment on tlus , obedient to the advancing demands of the best liteiaiy and scientific cultuie of the times This laigcr development is only a natutal woiking out and fulfillment of the conscciated impulses which chaiactcii / cd the foundeis of the institution , of which the th...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

Uuhat the Juniofs _W&ve Elected . Latin Seventeen of the Juniors have elected Latin The fiist part of the teim will be devoted to Juvenals Tenth Satire closing with an examination and the translation into Latin of a portion of Macaulay s essay on Milton . After this the class will take up Roman Antiquities . Following aie the names : Clinc , Culler , Fuss , Gra / . ici , Kephart , Koller , Lark , Lutz , McAllister , _Mciscnhelder , Raftcnspcrgcr , Singmastei , Smith , Tawney , Tilp , Miss Wible , Woods . Greek—Thirteen members of the Junior class have elected Gieek for the term and will read tile Buds of Aristophanes . They will receive lectures also in advanced syntax , including the history of case , mood , and tense uses The class is made up of the following members : Kephart _, Tholan , Woods , Hess , Lark , Tilp , Miss Wible , Miss Myeis , dine , Lutz , Fleck , Briner . Biologv—Cullci , Kidman , Meisenhelder and Smith , the electors in Biology , are now studying the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

_PERSONALIA . 49 . Rev . E . S Henry has been pastoi of the Lutheran Church in Pine Giove , Pa , foity-four years—a recoid certainly exceptional . We arc soi ry to Icarn that he has been seriously ill for some weeks . 59 . Du . J . G Gcuiman _, of Trinity _Lutheian Church , Allegheny , Pa ., after a biicf test , has icsumcd his work and is carrying it on with his usual energy and success . 61 . Rnv . Leonard Gkoii , of Omaha , has generously remembered Midland College , Atchison , Kans ., by sending a box of books to the libiary . 70 . Pi ogress is the order of the day with Rev . A . G . Fastnacht s congregation , York , Pa . . The most recent move is the purchase of the property adjoining the chinch lot at a cost of 55 , 500 , already secured . 70 . Dr . G . A . Richardson , while leturning from a visit to one of his patients recently , was stopped , two miles from Hyattsville , Md ., by three men , one of whom caught the bridle of his horse and the others demanded his money . The ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

TOWN NEWS . The season lms come to get a move on—tiwt is , if \ ou are a tenant and whethei ) on move or stay where you are , it is wise to keep in motion if _jou can , so tlnl duil does not settle on > ou _, intellectual dust as well as dust that is just dust OS the seven hotels and one restaurant in Gett > _sbnrg hut three are in the same hands they were one year ago . Several have changed proprietors during the \ eai April ist Charles Tate goes to McCivitt Restaurant . Geo . W . Warren mo \ es from York Springs to take charge of the Washington House and I 7 S Ramer lea \ es the Globe Inn and Ellas Fissel Ukes his place . When the Globe Inn passed to other than Democratic on tier * it rasa mooted question n hethcr the part } lie < ulqunrter < would remain at the place . The leasing of the hotel to Fissel settled the question so that Democratic headquarters will remain where it has been foi _jears . The improvement and growth of Gettysbur...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

Till , Gi : ii \ siiukgiax has been making a thousand calls each week and will do so again this week . So kindly have these calls been received that we feel constrained to express again our most sinceie thanks for the unanimous appioval and support rendered us by the ever loyal fi lends and alumni of the College Hut be cannot rcfiain from special thanks to those who forced upon us double amounts foi a single year s subsciiption , 01 have shown so much confidence in us as to send their subscuption fully paid foi two and three ycais in advance . We hope dining the picscnt week to be favored by the subscriptions of those friends and alumni that we have not heaid from . Send in your subset lptions eaily so as not to miss any of the numbers . TO THE ALUMNI of the College the _GnmsiiURGiAN will appeal strongly . It is a forward movement . It shows that the spirit of piogress is actne among the students . These arc days of quick tiansnussion of infoimation and news that is not fresh is no ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

COliUEGIANA . —Flunks . —Exams over . —Spring Term . —Coming , —Maiy Kolbe . —Electives , —Latin , Greek and Bible . —Prof . Eli I luber has been invited to fill the pulpit of Rev . E . S Henry , 49 , of Pine Grove , Pa , on Sunday _Apnl 4 th . —A Freshman had n pony She twisted ami she tore him A mathematical _gr < iy , And cribbed him hi the dust , He lent him to a co-ed And now he will not give him To ride 011 e \ a » i day ! Again to n co-ed s trust —Professor Khngei has just received from Germany Gehring s Index Homcncus and is now prepanng subjects foi the Sophomores in Homeric Antiquities . These subjects will be developed _fioni the Homeiic poems and will constitute a discipline in rcseaich . —Prof . Adam Martin will be absent from college during this and next week . —Lives of women . ill remind us , We can make our lives sublime , _Ilensinj , those _wlio sit behind us , _Keeping li . it > off nil the time . A very timely suggestion foi the Gcttysbuig I...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

_ATHLETIC NEWS . The Sons of Hciculcs composed of the following men : Wheeler , Wicst , Kiaftt , Culler , Bechtol , Biumbaugh , Cole , Stiaw , Kollei , Erb , llcimann , Hcnnctt and Traub , held theii annual exhibition in the gymnasium on the c _\ cmng of Match 25 th befoic a laige and appicciativc audience The woik of Wicst , Hcchtol and Krafft was especially good while the sticngth displayed by Kollei and Brumbaugh dcseivcs special mention . The pyiamid work showed haid training and _constant practice Physical Dirccter Wheclct is to be congratulated on the success of the exhibition . Gia / . iei was _icccntly elected manager of the 98 relay team The team will elect the captain Roehner , 99 , was appointed captain of the second base ball team by Captain Bums . Manager Aimstiong has thus f . ir arranged the following base ball schedule : _Baltimoic City College , at Gettysburg , on April 24 th . Cai lisle Indians , at Gettysburg , on May 1 st . Cai lisle Indians , at Cai lisle , on M...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

Societies . PHILOSOPHICAL The Philosophical societj met oil Satiiiilaj morning to distils :, lhc subject of Kpistemology . Only the origin and nature of the problem imohed was taken up . By means of a skull borroweil from the Hiologic . il department , it was shown how the br . iin is hermetically sealed w lthin it , \\ ith only five sets of nerves by which the mind may become cogimantof theobjeclne world . What comes into the consciousness , therefore , is but the percept or concept , not the objective reality . However , since the trustworthiness of the senses cannot be doubted , the mind lntuitneh accepts the existence of the external reality . Realism , therefore , from the _beginning has been in possession of the field , and Idealism and Scepticism must be regarded as criticisms upon Realism . V M c . a . The four delegates , to the State Y . M . C . A . Convention , held at Reading , Pa ., Herman , 99 , Slamets , 99 , Weeter , 99 , and Dot } , 99 brought buck very interesting ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

Seminany _fleuis . The Seminary Faculty announce the subjects of the Senior theses as follows llredenbek . The Philosophy of Sabelhamsni . I later . The Temporal Benefits of the Reformation . Haseltine . Phillips Hrooksasa Preacher _, [ bach Music 111 the Christian Ctiltus Kemp _Archteological _Testimony to the Scriptures . Kilhfin Ironies in Polemics . Koller . The Hope of the Hated Jew Mottcrn Moses and Modern _Ciwli / ation . Nicholas . Saclnst , or the Mound of the Seven Cities . Redcay . The Catechist Seebach . The Unconscious Spirit of Heresy . Ci oilier . Public Address I lai 111 s . Public Address The following members of the Senior class preached 011 Sunda \ as follows . Rev . Hafer , Fort Washington , Rev Cioss , Pine Grove ; Rev . Mottern , New _Ovford ; Rev . _Mejer , Thermoiit and Rev . Geo . Cromer , Gettysburg for Rev Glenn . Fred . Itauni , of the Junior class spent Sunday 111 York usitmg Mr Clarence Riseuhart . John Diehl of the Junior class has been railed home by ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

Items of _Interest . Vassar College has 537 names upon its rolls . There are 56 instructors and ten noii-resulent lecturers . Kat / _no Hato \ ama , the Speaker of the Japanese Parliament , is a graduate of Yale V Several editions of Virgil , valued at $ 50 , 000 , have been presented to the Princeton Libian Association by Juimis S . _Marg _. in , of New York V Of the 303 students enrolled at Lafayette College , fifty are preparing to become teachers * The Princeton Unherslu Trustees _aie desirous of de \ eloping the graduate department b _\ increasing the stuff of professors and adding new courses .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

audactt ) \ iul then , a weekh—not weakly— . it that The next thing will be a si \ -tinies-a- \\ eek and then what Well , for jour impudence here s a dollar Glad to see _^ 011 . Please call ng mn You remind us of the good old tunes , and a spot sweet to memory . Mn > > ou ever continue the good work , and in old age be able to rest upon the swcLt memories of a well spent life m properly equipped > oung men for service and success in life Greetings Enclosed please find ticket to pay your fare that jou tnaj be enabled to visit me regularly with nil that is fresh and newsy at J / ww _Matet Yours etc ., with every good wish for the success of your enterprise . ToTheGirrTYSMJRCHN , Gentlemen I am pleased with the Gkttyshuroian —contents and execution , —and _greatly appreciate the courtesy of _wveial sample copies Kudosed find check to \ ouch for my interest and ensure tny subscription . Out of One Mail . Editors Tm : _Gcttysiiukgian Enclosed find my doll...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 30 March 1897

ZEPHYRS A . SOUI . OOlV , \\ _hj do Uie maples w ring then _liumls _, Ami the willows shake their tresses Cause Mother Nature now coiuiti < iiuls Them all to _change their dresses . Theiuaplcs blushed for \ er \ shame , The willows wept all da ) , lor the blustering winds of Autumn \ 11 cl blew their robes awn \ [ cmnc , Xe \ t nioiitli tin . ) 11 . ill be clothed 111 Then 111 OieMoomiiigSpiing , [ white , Green dicsses , _ncwlj in , ide mid _bright , Out of then trunks theyll bung 1 _KOM AMV . S 1 , 11 ! 1 rom Ann s lips the light words _btenk I , ike ripples on a siher lake , , \ s if no graver thought they knew Than this—that skies are _alw . ns blue And birds are singing for her sake \ ml jethei words , though careless , make Dm sides , and notoui hcart-sti ings , ache , A woid that wounded nc \ ei flew Prom Ann s lips riiough I ha \ e seen the boldest quake \\ hen _thes have chanced lici scorn to w _, \ ke \ nd so I wondet what shed do If I should ask for one or two ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 6 April 1897

THE MUSICAL CLUBS _TRIP . Our recent outing was one continuous round of pleasure from the time we left the college walls until we again heard the confused babble of Eagle Hotel ! The Gettysburg— City ! etc The programme rendered at Newport , Mar . 26 th , was almost doubled because of the numerous encores . The stage was handsomely decorated , thanks to the efforts of Rev . G . M . K . Uiffenderfer , 93 , and the sight of the familiar colors draped in profusion spurred us to our best efforts . The clubs were entertained , after the concert , with a delightful reception at the elegant home of W . H . Minick , Esq , who finally closed up the _pleasure of the evening by tendering an oyster supper to the boys . His kindness was much appreciated . The concert given in Centennial Hall , Friday evening , by the Gettysburg College Glee and Violin Clubs was a delightful affair enjoyed by a large audience . The young men play and sing admirably . . . . —The Newport jVcivs . The singing of the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 6 April 1897

THE _SPRING GAMES . A clomlless sky , the Imhnn H . inil , a large enthusiastic crowd and _stirring yells braced Hie muscles of our athletes and incited them to exert their utmost stieiiKth Saturday afternoon The band from Carlisle Indian School , 26 in number , _having decided to spend the d . ij 111 _Gettysburg and learning of the meet , kindly consented to attend and _placed between thee \ entsa number of very fine selections , which « ere very much appreciated Space does not peinnt nn elaborate account of the contests , suffice 11 to say that the meet was a success in cverj way . The winners , times , and points scored by classes and individuals follow . 44 o \ ds Dash •—Eib , 97 , 1 st , Fite , gS , 2 nd ; Clancy , 00 , 3 rd . —Time , 54 seconds Running Broad Jump —Gra / ier , 9 S , 1 st ; Herman , 99 , 2 nd ; Straw , 99 . 3 1 — Distance , 17 . 3 ft . 120 uls Hurdle ( 3 , _ <) —Dale , 00 , 1 st , Herman , 99 , and , Straw , 99 , 3 rd —Time , 186 Putting 12 lb Shot Bu...

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