Clipped From The Scranton Republican
TWO LOCAL ATHLETES NOW AT LAFAYETTE University at Easton Opened Thursday With Seventy - five Freshmen on Roll. Lafayette College opened Thursday with a class of one hundred and seventy - five members entering the first year. The entering class Is rather strong in athletes, of whom this city and the surrounding territory has furnished two who are destined to make reputations Tor themselves and their Alma Mater. Martin Cooney, of the Pine Brook section, a brother of James L. Cooney, the Princeton star, who prepared for college at Phillips Exeter Academy, and Nicholas W. Mathewson, of Fac - toryvllle, brother of Christy Mathewson, Mathewson, the star twirler of the Giants, are the young men who have entered the Easton college. Mr. Cooney reported for football practice Thursday afternoon, afternoon, while Mr. Mathewson began getting getting in shane for the fall series of in - terclass baseball games. The young men who have entered Lafayette from this city and vicinity are: B. Ray Brown, of Honesdale; Elmer E. Jones, of Scranton; Frank R. Powell, of Scranton.