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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, October 01, 1894, Image 20

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68 TH E H O B A R T H E R A L D . Recently in elocution the Prof. was seeking to bring out the proper pronunciation of coffee, and to do so enquired of a Freshman wliat he had had for breakfast; true to his nature, the Fresh, vouchsafed the reply, “ m ilk.” Rev. Jos. S. Motoda, of Japan, a graduate o f Kenyon College and the Philadelphia Divinity School, who is now taking a Ph.D. course in U . of P., assisted at the chapel services on Sunday, September 23d. Mr. Motoda w a s the guest o f Sakai, ’94, during his stay iu Geneva. Previous to its departure for Syracuse the college eleven repaired to the now hallowed spot where “ D iddy” made his phenomenal drop k ick in the Manlius-Hobart game, and there in all humility they knelt and kissed the ground. Sit bonum signnm. I t has been suggested that inasmuch as the trolley cars approach the college from the rear, it might prove a valuable and convenient thing to fix an entrance on Pulteney street to accommodate the crowds that will p a t ­ ronize the foot ball games this season. Following are the members of th e entering class: Abbott. Bacon, Benj., Waterloo, Science Ballard, Geo. G-rey, Buffalo, Classical Boswell. Cincinnati, Science Carroll, Raymond G-, Buffalo. Cook, Geo. Forden, Phelps, Science Covert, J. Byington, Geneva, Classical Crawford. Ditmars, John, Waterloo, Science Hall, Rodney, Buffalo, Herrick, Watertown, Science Hope, Edw., Philadelphia, Classical Knapp, Edw. M . H., WarsawT, Classical Koch, Frank W ., Classical Eudlow. Mead. Dayton, Science Messenger. Payne. Elmira, Science Quimby, David P., Brooklyn, Classical

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