A meeting of the Pennsylvania Club was held last night at 35 Matthews and was called to order by President Brown. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:
H. K. Caner, President; R. D. Brown first vice-President; A. G. Brodhead, second vice-President; Sloane, third vice-President; J. Oenslager, Secretary; L. K. Perot, Treasurer.
Mr. Geo. A. Dadmun was elected a new member.
The committee on rooms reported that it might be possible to secure rooms for the club over Alnutt's if some other club could be induced to share the expense. The following challenge was voted:
Nov, 23, 1888.
To the Connecticut Club:
Dear Sirs-We wish to challenge the Connecticut Club to a joint debate on some subject of mutual interest. The undersigned have been appointed by the Pennsylvania Club with full power to arrange such a debate, and would be pleased to consult with a similar committee from the Connecticut Club at an early date.
L. K. PEROT, 5 Felton Hall.A. G. BRODHEAD, 24 Thayer.