In this week’s installment of our recurring series, the baseball team lacks uniforms, a stained glass window will be installed soon, and more.
May 17, 1869—The New York Herald observes that Princeton’s baseball team lacks a uniform: “The Mutuals were attired in their new uniform, of a dark slate color, and presented a very neat appearance, while the Princeton boys, unlike most college clubs, wore a variety of costumes.”
May 19, 1967—On behalf of Executive Board of the newly-formed Students for Women at Princeton, George T. Hayum ’67 invites peers in favor of coeducation to attend a meeting this afternoon at Ivy Club.
May 20, 1895—Workers are preparing to install a stained glass window in Alexander Hall.
May 21, 1915—The Lincoln Highway Car, along with its small convoy of two other cars, arrives in Princeton on its 102-day journey from New York to San Francisco. They will record local scenes as part of a film they are making about the trip, which seeks to encourage Americans to support paving the path they are taking.
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