October 12, 1892
The astronomy class spent some time on pleasant evenings flirting with the
Our scientific students think that Geology is “lots of fun,”
especially the Saturday afternoon excursions...Cowles claimed he found a fossil
“Capt.” Waugh has been having a rather chilly time of late. Some
of the boys have recommended a blanket.
The new grading and curbing in front of the Second Church is a very marked
improvement. It is a work of beneficence in lessening profanity among the hack
The ladies of the Geology class went to Elyria Saturday and paddled around in
the semi-drizzle, after rocks. The boys were engaged in a football game, and
could not go on this occasion. A number, however, went down Monday and performed
the customary explorations.
Manager Hogen has succeeded in getting a promise from Adelbert that the third
football game, if necessary, shall be played on home grounds. Some
disappointment was felt last year in the fact that no place could be found to
play off the series.
Members of the Athletic Association are going around for subscriptions to the
football coach fund. All interested in the promotion of football and in our
beating sometimes in our contests with outside colleges should give as liberally
To Spear Library last Wednesday evening the Seniors and the Freshmen came,
saw and were introduced to each other. There was a slight misunderstanding among
some of the Freshmen as to who really belonged to that class, but affairs were
speedily adjusted and a very pleasant evening was the result. No regular program
of entertainment was provided, but the art of conversation was highly developed
and an enjoyable time is reported by all who attended.
The astronomy class made some observations from the top of Peters Hall last
Friday night and, although some of the valuable time had to be wasted in waiting
for the clouds to roll by in order to obtain a clear space in which to view the
moon...the interim was passed in exercising the cheerful patience which
characterizes the Senior class. The observations, when made, proved very