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W. S. C Doings
The home of Captain and Mrs. Kim
mel was the scene of a jolly St. Pat
rick's celebration last Saturday even
ing. The young women of the Junior
class tendered a party to the young
men, entertaining them delightfully.
Mr. Fred Long, a graduate of the
University of Minnesota was visiting
with friends in Pullman last week.
Miss Josephine Hoeppner, principal
of the Colfax High School, was in
town Saturday and Sunday.
The piece of specimen road being
bui't by the government is being
helped along by some of the engineer
ing students who thus gain some prac
R. H. Williams, of Dundkal, On
tario, while making a tour of the
Northwest, visited the town and col
H. B. Berry, who will take his de
gree in agriculture has gone to the
Yakima Valley to study irrigation
problems in that section of the coun
Debate seems to have taken a new
impetus in the college for the prelimi
lary contests are drawing a large num
kr of entries. F. O. Kreager, R. E.
Gay and J. W. Brislawn will meet the
Whitman team. The team to meet
the University of Montana has not yet
***n selected from the twenty or more
Roy Maloney of the Junior class has
**en sent in Prof. Waller's place Wdo
80016 Btrcet grading and macadamizing
« Reardan, Lincoln Co.
The girls' basketball team was nar
*"»ly defeated by the [Cheney Normal
am in the gymnasium Saturday night.
he More of 5 to 3 pretty well repfe-
Bents the "merits of the game. Cheney
">*le her points in the first few min
•*ofplay, after which the home
*** braced and gained a little, but
iw °, not cut down the lead
lCh vi 9»tor H had gained.
The horticultural department is set
ting out numerous shrubs and trees on
the campus as a part of a general plan
H. W. Walter, who graduated last
year and since that time has been
steward of the college dining halls,
left today for Clifton, Arizona, where
he has an engineering position on the
city water works. Friday night
thirty or forty friends gathered at the
Artesian Hotel at a farewell banquet
for Mr. Walter.
Bulletins 75 and 70 have just been
issued by the Experiment Station.
The former, by W. H. Lawrence, is a !
valuable treatise on the Apple Scab
in this state. It contains also an inter
esting comparison of the liquid and '
dust Bordeaux mixtures, in which the i
conclusion is reached that the dust is i
comparatively useless in thia section.
Bulletin 76, by R. W. Thatcher, gives
analyses and a comparison of the var i
ious sulphur-lime washes used in spray
ing. These bulletins or any others yet
in print may be obtained free by send
ing to the director of the Experiment
Principal Henry of the Palouse
schools, assisted by Principal H. A.
Ellis, of Colton, will conduct the sum
mer review school this year in connec
tion with the summer science school.
Leroy Brooks, who will graduate in
Pharmacy this year has purchased the
Field Pharmacy at Tekoa. He will
take charge next June.
"Squirt," the college dog, was
captured at the basketball game a
week ago by the Idaho students and
was carried away a prisoner of war.
After being in durance vile for several
days he was rescued by admiring
friends and is cnce more among hi*
own. He is minus his silver plated
collar, however, which probably adorns
the room of some Idaho brave.
WANTED-Good, steady, indus
trious single man as groom in veteri
nary hospital. S. B. Nelson. 26
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