Syracuse University - Onondagan Yearbook (Syracuse, NY)

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The completion of new 'Iilm works at Rochester and Harrow ensures prompt supplies of 'lilnns for reloading. Great improvements have been made. in all kodaks for 1892, and a new series of cheaper kodaks having many novel features has been put Oil the market. No traveller can aiford to be without one of these 1Jll0i30Ql'2l,1DlllC note books. Prices , W V 6.00 to 365.00 loaded for instant use-24 to 100 'iictnres without reloadixwx P5 Exposures counted and registered. The new "Day1ight,' Iiodaks. can be reloaded in da ylight. Sumljbv' Cl.I'I'llfll'l'S, aj JSI., . I. W H5 x Wlzmffw. THE EASTMAN COMPAN Y, 4 f7f4Iz'z' f'l'l11l'11lllz', jfd,-1',g R001-'Il+1S'1'ER, N. Y, J FOR A THOROUGH PRACTICAL TRAINING, That which has real merit and Q:-?fcoMMERc1AL A VALUEQ3 It will pay you to attend MEADS, BUSINESS COLLEGE I KT N61 N T QQ 93 F IT W New Smxvs. 33591 This is one of the 0Idest and most Thoroughly Conducted BUSINESS TRAINING SOIIO0LS to ,be found ln the country. Our representatives are in t11ep1'1f0zcipaZ business houses throughout the country. Our Typewritiug Department TWENTY-FIVE REMINGTDN STANDARD MACHINES, NONE BETTER IN TI-IE VVORLD. TUDENTS RECEIVED AT ANY TIME. ATISFACTION GUARANTEED TO FAITHFUL PUPILS. END FOR CIRCULARS, ALSO MEADS' PENS, YRACUSE, N. Y.-C. P. MEADS, MANAGER. 4 O INGSFORUS O WEGO 'P COR 'K' STARCH MAKES MOST DELICIOUS ice iireams, Puddings, Blanc Manga,iiustarcls,Soups,C11ravies,Etc. AS A 1-'oon Fon CHILDREN i When properly prepared with milk has no equal and it is a pure, nourishing, wholesome article of diet for all. KINGSFORITS OSWEGAO STAROI-I. KINGSFORD'S "SILVER GLOSS" STARCI-I for the Laundry is the purest, strongest and most reliable and economical of all the laundry starches. As white and pure as the driven snow, does not tint nor discolor the most delicate fabric. No other starch lll1piLl'lJS so beautiful a finish to linen. Owing to its superior 'strength and spotless purity ax less quantity of Kmosronn "SILVER GLoss" can be used than that of any other brand. ' -l1BES'1' IS ALWAYS CHEAPEST1--- T. KINGSFORD 8: SON, ...... OSWEGO, N. Y. in 1 JOHN F. RAUSCH, Gaterer + and + Ornamental rf Gonfeoiioner. HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS. K For the past seven years I have supplied the students of Syracuse University with refreshments and suppers to their satisfaction, and they always will be pleased with the goods, as well as the prices, if they call at RAUSGHQS, No. 327 WARREN STiiEE"il.. 5 C L5 PJH35, V QOLLEQE . UKK FHNE WHQTQQRAWWYQ W A 125 cmd Nm, 1Ei5Sm1th Salina Sr., SPEQIALTY. SYIKIQIQQISE N Y 2? 1 ggi GWR ,axe PALACE of SWEE TS V ZUU SoulhSalinaSt Syracuse. B GEO. I-I. HARDISTY, D. D. S., Specialist. HRT ff IDENTUSTEQTO B"SPECIlLTIEB"'5 lllvu-nu-u ul' tln- lhnnu mul fnrrvrllmg lrrn-nnllur 'l'4-1-Ih. 'l'm-Ill wltlmnl, l'Inh-x ur Uvnnlu mul llrlmlln- Work. l'urrn-luln Ifllllluxu In 0p1-rullw Work. 4111 FIUUP, SHOW Bllilliillg, - THKB EIBVHTUP, ' WHFPBII Sf., SYFHGHSB, N. Y 6 S Cl Z QPU QJQQPZ Smiiiiiifififiiiiiiiilfifiiilg """""" WRX Qompleie Iirpe oi Trbuggeg and Dmigg. , Street - Gai' - Waiting . Room. i -O ,X 1 P i VICTO R ' BICTCLES A' For 1892- ?!if,5fii91P?SFi2id ffl iEiii,??1i1?feQi12E'G?eG-P Gymnasium, 232 326 Y ht' , - , if X 152135, F111GSJL QSl1OQS and Base Ball axe i i i gig is 335 Shggs, AND S X Siipperag E A SPECIALTY. RQSFNBI QQM BRQS., i M-H-+- --Q-i --VQ f - - f ilil 4-SYRACUSE, N.Y. 7 DONT-MISS THE- IIPPQRTIINITY ....OF PLAYING ON A. . .. 'SHAW A IVHANQQ WHGN POSSIBLE. ' 'EXE BEFORE YOU FULLY DECIDE UPON A PIANO WRITE US ABOUT THE 4 SHAW -If PIANO QQMATGHLE55 I I MATCHLESS ARTISTIVC, . INTONE REHNED, TOUCHAND MUSICA L. I FINISH. A MANUFACTURED BY THE SHAW PIANO COMPANY, ERIE, PA. 8 The Vallderbilt. , K '-X K X , R K f COLLEGE BANQQETS A SPECIALTY J' H- .EL'l"F Ew P vH L X SYRACUSE, N. T. JOHN B. WELCH, MATTERS EDWARD A. BRIDGMAN. AND 'EHMIHQAQTQSRME MIEINIDS Fwmlusmmrms WELQHAELBIQIBQHAN, Z Roses, pi E BLANKETS, H UMBRELLAS. Exlllrlzg lilllg - NEW NO. 111 NORTH SALINA STREET, EMPIRE BLOCK. svmxcuss, N. v. THE LARSEjT QO0K QTOR Ewl11 IlflE STATE WW THOSQ W. DCIRSTON, BOOKSELLER -i-vblvANlJ44v--- STATION ER, Nos. 5 'SLE 6 UNIVERSITY BLOCK, V nclerhilt Square, -g- -:- Syracuse, N X 9 SPALDING loo., 109313 w. JeHerson sum. M 'Q flmericon Qombler Gicycleg, T Q, Qooel King Qicycleg, " Evo, . , . ff, Humber Qooxng Qxcycleg, . Lovell Qiomonel Qicycleg. .T . WW Taurus KAcQuET5sf.Q - e- -.Ve , ,f,f. ,..,, GSQJBASE BALI. Goobs. FW -" 4,,,, Q.,qfgglgggfgl,lfmflgggl.mj,jf5,5.,: vfx, Lflrflvvf Ilivlffh-of Jfblilffi'-Pl in Sw-'wu-w. bzs . . x Phys Plvologmplvy, STUDIO, 213 SOUTH SALINA STREET, svmxcuss, N. v. BK Qs!! sod See Quo New jlylc-35. "Improvement the Order of the Age." TH E SM R. v Y V fl, 1, 'IPHE SMITH PREMIER 'l'YPEWRI'l'Ell has been ndonted to the exclusion of ull other writing-mnohlnes 1 , egg." ' f- by therissczgrixrlixml1-mzssllif the s'r,vruo1-' XN 1-:xg vongchto Q' ' b ein or eo a e"' txt e esncc W vxtgxgaggbagsm - lx angst from the wirclgr P 1 c s uxce 1 ac I1 s Wx- Y I . 'PHE SMIT?h11REMIEtllfTYl:EWRI'I'ERInns murafilhl- .5 ill - 4 ,.-w PIIOVEMENTS n are no mum upon nny 0.101-wr ng- machine. ALL TYPE e1,n'ANmn IN 10 snuouns, winn- ffx ' ,,A, ,.,,,,, 9.-Y ,"" out soiling the hands, the use of u "Tooth Brush." not re- QAY .lf-1 5 quired. ERFECT A1.IoNMr:N'r, Moms nun-Am.r:tluxu any - j,f A,,.,,,,:,-ff I ' ofits competitors. The :-ulrF'1' Km' sx's'rmx lml.lf:oA'1'11:n QM,J,I'mmh,M'.,5U-'Qjjjl U to ?t?AST AGE. For 15 yours typewriter users hnve been LW V.. !"1 !'?L.j?'v fgjlii' . wa ng 'or Immlovmmuws. w , I lgfifx' x UH5lg.-l.355.1,..,,.Higg2,lQ.frr,,V THE SMITH PREMIER 'rrrswlursn eo., ,M ,- Syracuse, N. Y., U. S. A. 7, . 1 ,-,gn 5-N Send for Illustrated Catalogue. 13' f'f'Wl " ll llrmucn Or-'Proms-291 llrondwuy, New York, N. Y.: 335 vivo -u ll' " ffyfffiglllllu ' Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pu.: 154 Monroe St.. Cldviuro. "ir: A , J..---' ' ' Ill.: 10001yj Fnrnmu St... Ouulhn. Nob.: LZI4 Wood St., Pitts- ' 1 , , ' ' burgh, 'u.: 1027 Chauupn St., Denver, Col.: 11 Exist liulti- TW- f more St., Baltimore, Md.: 44 Nhurnrn St., Buifulo, N. Y.: 407 Powers' Block, Rochester, N. Y.: 101 Griswold st.. Detroit, Mich.: 25 School St., Boston, Mass. IO 1 ,Mi fl ' 66 ' L61-QQQNQHMQ9 Apartments tee Gentlemen. fe l t e . N- -- M. e Q 51 , NEW., BEAuTlFuL, -+fI,,,lIg.', gglllnlj CENTRALLT LOCATED. g3'!t ti hw h 41 208 8: 210 East Jefferson Street, E 1. h w mini --f- -- - . - n-uv? ...1,. 'lit mi It t l SYRACUSE, N. Y. "Meri ' ,"!""'1 e T tt 'vi 1 arf-ef5f:P::' -t t Q: Q,'a- jg .t '-f-.1 .fe :rue r.-IL. t 2212 :'I2.':'- L--iliif Ll 'Felephorxe No. 246 Students will find these Baths beneficial. 1'lwap1u'hncnIs ao Il c Finest in the City. Call and see them. DR. N. D. BHDCIER, VKOVKIETOK. 1 I ' ..-LT W", . 1 " , 1 5 - A " ' 9 ii . . l--gg . 'f - Af- li' f : Vi'l1EZ1"l'lli,Qlv it . . M wi , fe- M I r l ll lllllll null Cs I ' ' V A ti I I X71 6 1 Pxzifi-. I Q-duQNT14l Z'l+ xl In 4 'gli' X X M-' Mn y 1 t 8 .21 : G' .. ... i . . -.- I A -Wf yell: -,,, F 'Q Vezriu n w .Yimliiwi.iii:1i.,Hiilf.nim.rrl'ini.l4Uilu'iimuIii.Imi'-Winnui.iiii.:iv-IEWim-.ww Y 1 .-, ,I till- tv. l , 5 l. l lil . :il 0 1 '5 QL BL' o' ',j,.ll7l!II!lQ,'0-1.lUL'Ellll ITi hx I q,!l i life ' . be 6" 1 1 f"' C' alllrfiwllllllsilulllliilllilliil'llllf'll 1 ' O " Q I Qs'Z'.s.1x5 N X 'lll ll.,-. y ",, QYMNYKSIUN Sax OF K . SYRVNCUSE UNlVER5lTY, CLAVERACK, COLUNII3IfX Co.,'N. Y. Healthfully and beautifully located in the Hudson River Valley. Affords superior advantages for thorough and systematic education to young men,and women. Careful attention given by a strong faculty of experienced professors and teachers to intellectual, social, moral and physical culture. A Conservatory of Music and Art of high grade. Thirty-ninth year opens September 14th. .For illustrated catalogue address, Rev. A' H- FLACK, A' Mq Presvt' iv ! Q l ., ll ir Q, N. E JA V E R . S 1.2 - rv ,, , EB LSA Il Ay QI If QQGSNQQT W, 5' If no-:Qi III BROADWAY X E' 1 - vel: If '53 , ,S , Af 'IL WAI- 1' ' . " gf" ,f "' G 'D I 'IGIIQI - -wg-2-3, , .czfimi Isrw again u.r1: A54.A A I me fl-wafnmrn' .- -- P' ' 'S I9-IIT-ff' . Mli . AND, - 'Y NEW YORK HOTEL 'wir' Nmqwwff 3 LE HOTEL ALB E Mfglqg?-T'lV5h'tPl1 TOUNHN5, ' CIiI,EIIRA'I'ED HATS. STYLE W' QUALITY UNEQUALLED. 101 Broadway, near 24th Street, 119 Broadxvay, Nexv vm-k Hotel, NEW YORK, I 158 Broachvuy, near Liberty Street, Y -r o I 4 r w,..J W l f Q 1 - 0 ' IVIaII1emaIicaI2 Instruments, "M-571DRAW'ING PAPERSVE-e ARCHITECTS' M SURVEYORS' SUPPLIES. SUPEFIFINESWISS ' DRAWING INSTRUMENTS 3 0 5 I IN CASES A SPECIALTY. ' BY ALL THE PROCESSES I --N-IVIANUFACTUIIERIS OF--.. ND ARTISTS' MATERIALS, A 1 NEW YORK PAINTS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES A K. FULTON EI-LE WILLIAM STS., - A C0 13 ,Ev fs, K' . ska.. 355 Eiiffeny . Wetfllgeg - foe . Glf08,e'iU8T9S.i gli PECIAL attention is called tothe line of TIFFANY WATCHES. They are stem-winding anchor movements in 18 karat gold hunting cases of superior styles and finish. ' Each watch is stamped with the name of the house, thereby carrying its guarantee. I D Medium Size for Gcntlclnell, S6500 Large " " ' ' 75-OO Timing Watches, iuarking fifths of second : - Solid Silver Cases, - ' S 35.00 I8 Karat Gold Cases, - - - 1 25.00 Cuts showing size and styles of Watches and Chains sent on request. Trophies, Prizes, etc., suitable for Class Gifts, College Games and Sports, always -in stock, When desired drawings will be prepared embodying partie- ular ideas for special occasions. Alumni Badges, Class Rings, Fraternity Emblems, etc. TIFFANY 62 Cog, UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK, E.vtab!r'shmf 1fj'14S'. ERCCKS BRCTF-l5RS, lJ'rf1.1fz'7cffU', l'07'llL'l' 2211 Slrffnl, Nevcf York Czlv. Clothinff 81 Fumishine' Good ' E3 roa MEN AND Bovs. 5 READY MADE AND MADE 'ro MEASURE. cgi N the department for Clothing to order will always he found a large variety of foreign Sultlngs Q5 and Trouserings in desirable patterns, giving the fullest opportunity for selection. ' In speaking particlurly of our Ready-made stock. we may remind customers that we have special facilities for obtaining the best qualities and the newest designs: that, in the cutting and making up ot' our garments, we exercise particular care to avoid the stiffness und nwkwnrdnegg of appearance which so frequently characterize ready-made elothlngg that all noticeable patterns are limited to small quantities: and that we endeavor to exclude every style, fabric, and cut which can bo easily ixnitated in inferior grades ot' goods. ' Evening Dress Suits and Ulsters for all seasons always in stocks ready-made. T Our Furnishing Department offers a most complete assortment in that line including the proper shades in Gloves and Scarfs, Allen, Solly Sz Co's Hosiery and Underwear, and the best makes of Waterproof Coats. Samples and rules for self-measurement sent on application. Our location, one block from Madison Square, is convenient to the leading Hotels and easy of access from the prlnelpul Railway Stations in New York and vicinity. 14 'x Vx 4' 4' Y- fr 4 qgyggugqa ,Swarm Tam, xl 8Q2 Mv- b..-,. f:949-T-6 THE U DAGAN 1- OF '93 C-L-:C-H+ Igulplisbarzl llja Jugicw glass of saymmcusrz ggiazvsiiy, NIAY, 1892. RINYERS. n Qnondagan Maiden Q22 Ononeiafarz Maiden. 336 She who emptied forth her quiver, With steady and unerring nerve, Whose hand untutored sped the arrow On its decisive, deadly curve. A . Who sees but massive oak-tree tops Swinging branching fingers to the sky, Where eager Ar! from Cl'IlIlSL',5 top Uplifts a speaking hand on high. It is our 0l101l!l,tIg!lll jlllllillldll As Heaven wish, as Heaven wills, , To banish one and call another, Heaven ever bless our sister hills. L. 556 HIP-HOO-RAI-I ! HIP-HOO-RAH ! SYRACUSE, SYRACUSE, RAH-RAH-RAH ! M Eff ORANGE. M. OLEANDILR epeellcalion. 946 TO FRANCIS H. ROOT, Om: fy' Mc' I?0lH1!l'L'I'.l' qf RS3'l'lI6'll3'l' U11zi1,'e1's1'U', FOR MANY YEARS THE PR1f:Sl1JEN'1"01f ITS BOARD OF TRUSTEES, A LARGE cori'rRmUToR 'ro 1'1's FUNDS, AND A FAITHFUL FRIEND THE INSTITUTION AND ITS STUDENTS, THIS VOLUME IS RESI'ECTI"UI.I.Y INSCRIIZED. MR. FRANCIS H. ROOT was born May 30, 1815, at New Berlin, N. Y. In 1835 he removed to Buffalo and began work for month's wages in a foundry. Shortly afterward he entered into partnership with Mr. Jewitt, a fellow- workman. The Hrm built up a large business in stoves and hollow-ware and later added, as a department, the manufacture of leather. After a long and successful partnership it dissolved, Mr. jewitt taking the iron interests and Mr. Root the leather. The business career of Mr. Root has been one of.un- interrupted prosperity, until to-day he is recognized. as one of the wealthy and successful business men of Buffalo. 1 From his young manhood he has been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1870 he was one of a small group who organized the Delaware Avenue M. E. Church in Buffalo. He has always been active in the counsels of the Methodist Episcopal Church and this year enjoys the distinction of having been unanimously elected to the ,General Conference 4 E145 ' by acclamation. He is connected with many of the financial and charitable institutions in the city of Buffalo. He was a delegate to the convention fin I87OJ under whose action Syracuse University was founded. He has been a member of itsuboard of trustees from the time of its organization. In 1879 he was was elected president of the board of trustees, which position he has held continuously until the present. He has been a generous donor to each of the great enterprises of the University throughout its history. At its beginning he pledged an annual contribution, extending over ten years, for its current expenses. In each effort to raise endowment money he has been a leading donor, contributing as much as 825,000 at a single time. Many gifts in many forms, continued without interruption from the founding of the University until the present, testify to his regard for the institution and his willingness to support it. His manifested interest for the students on the occasions of his various visits to Syracuse has won for him a warm place in the hearts of the student bodyf Among the strong men to whom the friends of Syracuse look for help in every enterprise, none is relied upon more confidently than Mr. Francis H. Root. ' as-guessing at si 5 SS xx Q '. -51 wgi My' f 1 . i 5 1+ Qv.,,..,a.,vmsa, ,I A - aw J, 44,5 . 11- , .X U . . , X L 'r f 22 11-Wu. '5g1cv'14,,, X61 .A- My 9. Uyiuiu 9: wm- Gif! lining Nong. 1 546 E PRESENT you with this volume as a token of our sympathy for you. If you should chance to read the pages, it ,may be a source of some contentment to know that it is no more than we have done. We have read the proof sheets in our dreams, in our recitations, and at our meals, It may have already occurred to you that the pages have that appearance. We only ask your indulgence, as the publishers asked ours when we were in- clined to use undignified terms,'which cannot be found in any ethical doc- trine. We put the present edition of a thousand copies out into the chilly cosmos to be bought and -read. If you lack the courage to read the book, we would be partially contented with your purchase of it. The volume is bound in a superior manner, and contains a choice assortment of readable advertisements without which this book would yet be unborn. . A We have attempted to review the college events for the year with illus- trations, and present the usual fraternity and class organizations with some new features. Our half-tone pictures of the local fraternity chapters with historical sketches have never been introduced here before. Several records in the athletic field are noted as having been broken in the past year. This year our Faculty numbers fifty-two professors and instructors. Although we are compelled to express our regret at the absence of Dr. Little and Dr. Underwood, yet we are glad to record the addition of five new men to the Faculty. During the year the new gymnasium has been erected and equipped at a cost of S25,ooo, and thus one new building is added to the pre- vious seven. The net valuation of the eight is 31,65r,ooo. The catalogue enrolls 851 students this year in all departments. With this understanding between ourselves we trust that you will at least keep our book in good company in your libraries, and remember it as a humble ensign of the class of '93. 7 Alpha Phi . . ., . . Alumni Association . Athletics . ' ..... Bankrupt Freshmen, The . Base Ball Team . . . Beta Delta Beta . . Beta'Theta Pi . Biographies . . Calendar ...... Corpse and Collin . . Cremation and Calculus' . Cuisine Coterie, Om' . Delta Kappa Epsilon , DultaUps1lon . . Epis'-des in '93 . . Esthetlc Society . . Euterpe Society . . Fine Art Course. .1 . Freshmen Class . Foot Ball Team . Gamma Phi Beta . Grinds .... Honor Roll, The . . Hyperlons, The . Incidents in Chapel . . In Memoriam ...... Independent O. U. F . . . Intercollegiate Athletic Team 'CC3lNl'1i'ElNlT.5. 'ES- more 130 176 Junior Class .... . ' ' 032 Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . - - ' ' Kappa Alpha Theta . . - ' Monastic Circle ..... . i 15, New York Alumni Association . 194 193 Observations ....... - - H0 Ofilccrs of Instruction . . . . I . 13 Open Letter from Child Harold . . 135 Phi Delta Theta ..... . . . 194 Phi Kappa Psi . . . . 172 Philotechne' . . 06 182 Prize Poem . . . 102 196 Prof. and Burglar . ' 0 Psi Upsilon . . . - - 164 Post Graduates . . . . 1.1 . 190 Seen The - - ' A Senior Class . . - ' 1 49 Sophomore Class . - - 04 Sigma Tau ..... . - - 209 Summary of Students . . . 134 173 Syracuse University Congress . - - 219 Theta Nu Epsilon .... . I 1 162 Trustees ..... . . . llill Truth ....... . ' ' 166 University Alumni Art Club . 1 ' 200 University Boarding Club . . Q . HN University Glee and Banjo Club . 204 Whist Club, The ..... PAGE . . 44 138, 180 142, 181 . .195 . .188 . 121 ..15 ..lG5 118 1115 112, 1112 . .1158 . 155 . 1118 . 106 . 27 . 170 . 36 . 54 . 187 . 87 . .150 . 148 - 9 . 170 . 186 . .182 ..180 . .184 , v EQIEZFQBXXYQ 1 V 2 LIEEBAL v 1 v 5, W CQLLEGE,' "g L QBSERVAIQRM 4 L www li, ,v f TRUSTEES. 366 1 EXHOFFICIO. Rav. CHARLES N. SIMS, D. D., LL. D. ,... . . C11ANc1z1,1.o11. TRUSTEES AT LARGE. I am-11111 11:.v11i1-0 111 Jmw. HON. PETER, BURNS, .........' . .S:yv'am.vc, 1892 HON. JAMES J. BELDEN, . . . . -SjyI'll!fll.YL', 1892 ALFRED A. HOWLETT, . . .Sj1mms1.', 1892 JOHN D. ARCHBOLIJ, . . New York, 'l8Q2 THEOIIORE IRWIN, . . . . Oswqgo, 1892 HON. cHAR1.1as AN11R'19ws, A. M., . . .s31f.1fo1f, 12194 O. H. P. ARCHER, .... . , New York, 1894 IERASTUS F. HOLDEN, . . . . . .Syl-frfzrnf, 1894 Rav. JOHN M. REID, 11. D., LL. D.. . . . New Ifof-Af, I894 R1:v. 1a11:NoN1 1. IVICS, 11. 11., .... I . A111111-11, 1896 I-IUN GEORGE I". COMSTOCK, I.I.. IJ., . . -Sl'1'lIl'll. v'1' , 1896 11. 11111411111 CRO,Us11:. ..... . .5311-.mln .-f. , 1896 ,IOHN S. I-IUYLICR, . . . N1'7cf York, 1896 HON. LUTHER C. SLAVENS, ....... lK'ZllIA'tIN CIl'0', M11., 1896 YXLUMNI TRUSTEES. Rl-IV. ISAAC GIIIBARID, IJ, IJ., ...... lfork 1'.x' lfr, 1892 , EDWIN NO'I"I'INI'IAM, PH. BI, . . .Sj'1'1Ir11.w', 1894 CHICSVFIR A. CONGDON, A. B., .... Sl. 151111, Alina., 1896 I CONFERENCE TRUSTEES. ' c1:N'1'1aA1. NEW vmuc c:oNF1f:1u-:Nc1c. uw. LU1411: c. QUEA1., 11. D., .I ..... A111111-11, 1394 Rav. I-IIRAM GRE, .... . .l!km'a, 1395 I"ORRI'IS'I' G.'1Vl121f1KS, . . . .SX'a1n'a!1flc.v, 1896 JAMES B. BROOKS, A. M., . . 1SJ'l'll6ll.YL', , I897 9 Y I Tx R1:V. R1f:V. REV, R1-xv. Rlcv. REV. EV. GENESEE LION FERENCE. EDM UND OCUMPAUGH, J. B. WENTWORTH, D. D., FRANCIS I-I. ROOT, . . , . J. 11.. BILLS, 11. D., . . . NICXV YORK C. C. MCCAB12, 11. 11., . . 1NA'rH'1..c. HUs'1'1f:n, M. j.1i1.sLAY11Ac1c, . . . CfjNl"I':RHNCl'1. 11., Ll.. 1.1, 1 - . . . . NICNV YORK EAST CONFERENCE. C. N. HOAGLAND, M. D. WILLIAM I. PRESTON, . GEORGE L. TAYLOR, D. D., L. H. D., NORTHERN NEW YORK CljNT"l':Rl':N GEORGE P. FOLTS, . . ELI C. BRUCE, D. D., . E11w1N R. REDHEA11, A. 11, . ELIPHALET REMINGTON , . - . TROY CONFERENCE. 11ANmL HAYES, . . . HENRY GRAHAM, 11. 11., 11AN11cL KLOCK, JR., . WYOMING L. 1.. sP11AGU1a, 11. 11., . ROYAL W. CLINTON, . WILLIAM CONNELL, REV. 'lf MANLY S. HARD, D. D., fJL'c'c'zl.1'r,'rI' . A 1 CONFERENCE. 10 Tc1'n1.w l1I.1'pi1'e: A'1lz'M'.vl1'l', lflgfalrl, lfzqfafa, A,lItWl'.Yfl'l', 1V1'7fl Vrlfk, 721 l'l1l'f07Ull, New Yurk, If rank! 1111, fJ,l'lIOK'lI'l1, lf1'nnl'9111, C ff1'l'k1.lllt'l', 1S:l'l'tI!'lI.Vt', Fallon, fliwl, Gluzfc1'.W'17!1', ,fl M11 IL V, Y 9191, 1i'l'lLg"Jfl1ll, Pa. 7 Afvvmzrk Wlllqy, Swvzfzfwz, Pa., A A'I'lLQ'JfIJll, Pa., 'ln .I1uur. 1894 1895 1896 1897 IXQI 1393 ISQS 1893 1895 1897 1894 1895 1896 1897 1893 1895 1897 1893 1894 1895 1896 1 OIEIEIIQER5 OIF TIFIIE BOARD., 554 I'Rl'1SIlJI'1N'I', FRANCIS H. ROOT. I"IR'i'l' vlulf' I'l'I'9IlJl'Nl ' . .' xt. E N, HON. GEORGE F. COMSTOCK, LL. D. sl-:umm vlul-1-mucslnl-:N'1', E RAST US F. HOLIJICN. 'rnlulm vlcm-1-mms:nl-:N'l', ,IAMICS II. BROOKS, A. M. sl-ic la 1':'1'A uv, IC I JWIN NOTTINGHAM. 'I'REA'3URI'IR, THOMAS W. IJURSTON. ggg . EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ' TTHBCHANCELLOK GEORGEIKCOMST osx, E.F.HOLDEN, F.G.WEEKi A. A. HOWLETT PETER BURNS, .j. B. BROOKS. ll QHINIHVEIRSHTY SENATE. ' NE Cl-lANcEl.LoR CHARLES N. SIMS, D. D., LL D. C'nllqq4.'1gf.LM4'rfIffl1'!.v.- DEAN ,IOHN R. FRENCH, LL. IJ. 11111.11-. w. 11. CODDINGTON, D. D. - 1mm-. FRANK SMALLEY, A. M., PH. D. c',111.gq.'.y' ffm., ,1fA-.- DEAN GED. 141 COMFO.R'l', A. M., L. .H. D. umm-. GEORGE A. RARRER. C'n!!qg'my'1llnf1'r1'm'.' L Dv-:AN HENRY D. IJIIDAMA, M. D., LL. D. Ifmf. AI,l+'RElJ MERCER, M D. .7'l'll.Vfl'L'X.' ERASTUS E HOLDEN, GEORGE F. QOMSTOCK, LL. D. LIBRARY COMMITTEE. A THE CHANCELLOR, W. P. CODDINGTON, W. H. MACE, J. M. RIGID, THE LIBRARIAN. FRANK SMALLEY, RECEIVER. ' HENRY 0. SiBLEY, Af B., LIBRARIAN. LAURA E. DE SHON, Boxxx-KEEPER. JOHN H. CUNNINGI-IAM, JANITOR ov THE HALL OF LANGUAGES. J. HARTE CUNNINGHAM, JANV1'oR or-' TI-IE JOHN CROUSE MEMORIAI COLLEGE. JOHN DWYER, JANITOR ov THE LIBRARY. I2 1892. january ' 5, H 28, February 9, H ro, March 2 I-30, " 31, April 5, May 2, " 30 une 3, June 9, ff 6-16, as IS, L 19, f zo-2 2, H zo, Sl 21, H 22, H 23, QEILENDEJR, Bl? Tzzesday, Winter term begins. .7w11l'Ill'lU', Day of Prayer for Colleges. Tzmdfgf, First term of the College of Medicine ends. lfIjL'lI?ll6'.YlI?lU', Second term of the College of Medicine begins. Term examinations. Thursfiay, Supplementary examinations. Twsday, Spring term begins. Alazlfhzy, Seniors present their Commencement Orations. Final examinations of Seniors. T!mrm'1g', Second term of the College of Medicine ends. Term examinations. SllfIll'1lQU', ro A. M., Annual meeting of University Senate. .S'1nm'fU', 10:30 A. M., Baccalaureate Sermon. Jllwnlrgf-IIff'm'1nuv1?gz, Annual Exhibition of the Works of Art produced during the year. Illamhgg 9 A. M., Entrance examinations begin. 3 P. M., Class 'Day exercises. 8 P. M., Annual Musical Soiree. Yillliftlllhll, ro A. M., Annual Meeting of Trustees. IO A. M., Annual Meeting of Alumni Association. 8 P. M., Literary Meeting of Alumni Associ- ation. Ilfmlzzcslffzy, 2 P. M., COIXIMENCEMENT. Thin-sday, Summer Vacation begins. I 3 ' September N October November December H '393 january H February March 25- April 19, 22, 4, 24-26, 14-23, Apri 23, Io, 26, 14, 15, 1 5, 6, 11, Mfffzflfgf, 9 A. M., Extrance examinations begin. Th1n'm'1U', l"all term begins. Students assemble in Chapel at 9:30 A. M. Ylfcsfffgw, First term of the College of Medicine begins. 7W111'.m'fzy-Safuralzy, Thanksgiying Recess. Term Examinations. .Fr1'1hUf, Fall term ends. Holiday Recess begins. 7'm,-nzlzy, Winter term begins. Thlll'A'IlQU', Day of Prayer for Colleges. Tuemlgz. First term of the College of Medicine ends. lfIf'm?f1csa'ay, Second term of the College of Medicine begins. Term examinations. ' YW111-.m'1g', Supplementary examinations. Tuvsaigf, Spring term begins. 14 K' N HAMELLO Q BEAM R AND THREE DEPARMENTS XT +C- 1. L. ,. J, , u., , - . M:f.L9',1' '. cf, 1 J. GFFHCERS QF UNSTRQQTHQN. CQLLEGE. QF ILH EREIL ARTS. 356 R1-:v. CHARLES N. SIMS, LL. D., 0I1ancello1', and Professor qf English Litcmture. L , 000 University Avenue A. B., De Pauw,'1859g A. M., hwmrzlv mum, 'Ohio Wesleyan University, 186og D D., De Pauw, I87I, LL. D., De Pauw, 1882. B, 0, Il, Prlncilnll of Thornton 4Ind.l Acndclny, 1859-00: l'1'csidont oi' Vnlpnrnlso flndl M l I ., . no unc Femnlefollege, 1860-623 in Lhulministry, l865-80: Uhnm-ullor ofSyr1wusc Ilniv.,188l to date. Authorof "'l'lm'l'o111pc1'1u1ue Prob1e1n," 187155 Life nl' llcv. 'l'. M. Eddy, D. D.,1870g nrtiulu on n Henry Wnrd Beecher in Abbot.t's Life: of Beouher: sermons nnd l!0lltI'lhlltl0llH to the religions pl'0SS. ' , A JOHN R. FRENCH, LL. ll., Dnm rgf'Lilnf1'r1l Art Clfllqqu, :mul IJILIYIIIVHI' Urrkrfl' l'1'rgfP.v.vu1- :gf llhlflumlmtirsx. 1511 llnll ot' lnlnxrlnnrosl 714 Uronso Avunno. A. ll., Union, IS49Q A. M., l.lll'lll'A'lf, Wesleyan, 183zg l,l.. D., Allegheny College, . 1870. 0. A. X. 'Pcnchcr in Fnllcy Sominnry, Fulton, N. Y., 1840-53: Principal of the sumo, 1853-545 np,-cnt for L Troy llnlvurrdty,1854-55: p1'netluc1lI.1uv nb Mexico, N,Y.,1850-04: P1-ul'us.so1- of Mntlmnlntllus nt Gmlcscc tfnllupre, 1864-Tl: Professor nl' Mlll'll0llllltlCS nt Syracuse University 1-mince 1871. . mv. W. P. COlllllNKl'l'UN, lm. n., . ' IVNIIIIIIII I MII Ill A lnbntl I'1'qfl'.vxn7' :gf l'h1'lo.w1phy 111117 Hfllrlgugy, , 130 Ilnll of Lnng11ng'csl 100 Wulnnt Plane. A, B., Wesleyan, 18605 A. M., Wesleyan, 18663 ll. IJ., Hamilton. f1,,N,0.,.1,,1g.K, fp0,lul1c1' ol' Mntlmlllntics, Troy Co11l'orc11uo Acudolny, 1860-0723 touelwx' ol' Ancient Lnn- gmlgcs in Amenin iN. Y.7Sc111i11n1-y, 18132-63: entered the ministry of M. E. Ulxnruln, 1863, l'l'illUlDll.l Amcnin Selnlnnry, 1803-64: fcucllcr of Greek i11 Onclrln Conl'erenuc Sc111ln1u'y, 1gM.4155 l'rol'es.-401' ol' Mlilli!l'll Lunglmgos in Genesee Collage, 1805-6153 1'l'0l'l!SS0l' of tlrook, Etlxics and Christian livirlcnm-11111 Syrncnse University, 1873-91: l'1'oi'csso1- ol' Philosophy and pcdmgggy in sumo since 1801. 15 FRANK SM.-XLLEY, A. M., PH. ll., ' 1,l'fffi'-VNIII' 1g' the lL11li11 L1111g1111f11' 11.1111 l.1'l1f1'11f111'1f. ' ' 137 Hall of L11lll!llll1A'0S,607 Unlverslty AVOIIUC. A. B., Syracuse, 1874: A. M., Qon examinationj Syracuse, 1876: Ph. ll., ton examinationj Syracuse, ISQI. A, Y, lllSU'll0F0l' 'll fi00l0lry, Zoology and llotany. l11 Syracuse University, 1874-77: ndju11ct Pro- fcsserofLatl11l11s111nc, 1877-81: l'1-ofessorof Latin Lll.lILK'lllUl:l! and Literature in same si11ce l88l . Has published "Latin Analysis:" "Latin V1-rse:" "l.ueretl11s: l'llilDS0lDh0l' and 1'oet,"M1'e1u.1 before tl1e Ilxliverslty Uonvoeatloii, Albany, N. Y.,.l11ly,1880: "Latin Ety111olopry." read before same hozly, 1881: also Latl11 Hymns, 'l'ranslations, etc. J. sco'r'1' e1.ARK, A. M., p,.,,fL1N.v11,.1gj' R1M'fIll'f0, E11g!1'.vI1 U1'1'l1'1-1'x111, 111111 li'l1m11f1'1111, fCrouse Collegel 1107 University Avenue. A. B., Syracuse University, 1877: A. M., Syracuse University, 1880. A, K, E, Traveled through the States, 1878-70: Prlnclpul of Evanston fIll.J High School, 18711821 Instructor in Rhetoric. English Criticism and Elecutlon, in Syracuse Unlverslty, 1882-841: Professor in same department, 1886 to date. f ' Has published"l'Jxte1upo1-ized Physical Apparatus :" "Ell'lllil!lSiS a11d Tn1lectlou:" "A Practical Rhetoric." Contributor ol' both Verse and Prose to malrazlnes and papers. EUGENE H. HAANEI., PH. ll., J. D111'1111111 SI1f1'l1' IJI'Iffi'NN0l' 111' 7111'17.vl1'1v S1'1'1'111'11. 156 Hall of I.a11guagesl 113 McClellan Street. A. B., University of Michigan, 1866: A. M., Ohio University, 1868, Ph. D., flllll 11111511111 !1z111z'r, Breslau University, 1872. Professor of Science, Adrian College, 18611-67: Professor ot' Natural Sclence at Alblon, Mich., , 1868-72: Professor of Physics and Mineralogy, Victoria University, Ont., 1875-BH: Professor of Thelstlc Science, Syracuse University, 1889 to date, This published various papers on selentlflc subjects: IIIOIIIIJOI' of Royal Society of Canada. WILLIAM H. MACH, A. M., W1'll1'111111 G1'1,:Uin 1'1'1gf2'.w11111' ef ll1':1t111'y 111111 1'11l1'l1'1'11l S1'i1'111'11. 106 llall of Lallg-ua1gesl 1107 Adams Street. A. M., University of hIiChlg8.l'1, 1883. Superlnteixdent of P11b1lc Schools at Meth-egor, Iowa, 1883-85: Professor of History in DePauw University Normal School: Special student of History 11.1111 Phllosophy at llnlverslty of Indiana 1u1d Cornell University: contributor to western 0dllU!l,t110llll1 Journals: editor of hlstery departlncnt ln the Inter-Strztc School Hciiierv: lllld member ot' the Auxcrlcan H Istorlcal Society: beginning his work in Syracuse University, September, 1801. REV. CHARLES W.iHARGl'l"l', A. M , PH. D., P1'1W.v11111' qf Blilllllg-If mul G1'11l11y,11. 136 Hall of L11ng11a1resl004 East Genesee Street. A. M., Boston University, 1885: PH. IJ., Ohio University, 189o. Member of tl1e lndlana Acade1uy of Sclences, of the Anierlcan Association of Entomolo- glstsg Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: contributor to 16- X x X hioloiricnl ,i0l1l'lllliSQ two Hciwoiis ol' special hiolopzlcnl work in tho MllPiIl0 L11horntory 3 lectu- rer and nssistamt director of the Biological Lilborutoi-y of thc Brooklyn hislaitilto, will : ll0R'ill- , inpr his workin Syracuse Ihiivcisity, S0llI0lllb0l'v 1391- JOSEPH 'l'. FISCHICR, B. PH., i IllNKl'Ill7fll'I' in IUIWIIHII1 mul fIlIl'1ilNIL. 450 lI11.li ol' llrnllrllanresl G18 UPQIISU Avenue. B. Pu., Syracuse University, 1884. A, li. lc. Prlrxelpnl of Fulton Aondeniy, 18815: trnvclcd ill l'iIll'0lP0 Slllllllltfl' of '8lig illSi1l'lll'tUl' In l"l'l!lllIll und German since 1886. HENRY A. PECK, A. M., V Director of the Olgscrzwlmgy and Izznmzctm- fin, Jwlthrwmlifzw. ' Gil Hull of Lungiunresl 105 Mnrsliiill Street. A. B., Syracuse University, 1885g A. M., in warm, Syracuse University, 1888, A. M.. fon examinationl, Syracuse, 1891. A, T. . ' Teacher of hfll.f4ilUlIllll1lCS ut lJlCkillSOIl Selninury, 1885-875 Instructor In Llll.UlUl1llLl.i'fiCS in Syru- cnsu Uliiversity, 1887 to date. ERNEST N. rAT'rEE, B. s., . .llMll'II6l0l' in Climfdntzyf. 11254, I-lull of I.1111g111u.rosl 2307 Unlcer Avenue. B. S., Rochester University, 1887. A, T, . Took Post Gruduntd work ill Rochester UlliY0l'SitQ', 1880-88, under Ur. LllU'filllUI'0Q Professor of Science in Heywood Collegiate Institute from 1888-90. EDGAR A. EMENS, A. M., ' A1011 uct I'r'qfi'n.vnl' :gf Grcvk. Q54 llull of Lll.llH'lltl.H'l3Sl 621 Crouse Avenue. A. B., Wesleyan University, 18863 special honor in Latin. mb, N, o,, qi, B, K, A. M., 1889. ' Prh1cipulEuto11 fN. Y.Hlr1ulc1l School, 1887: 'l'c11cher of Llliilll 111111 Greek nt fillllllllllllillllll. KN. YJ Academy, 1888-89: und teucher'ol' Latin und Greek nt thc GCIIONQU Wesleyan Sl-111i11nry, 4Lh11:1, N. YJ 1800-ill: l1e1gi1n1ingl1i1-1 work in Syrnciisc llinivcrsity, S0llf1CIIlil0l', 1801. mv. FRAN141,.1N 1. HOl.ZWAR'l'H, 1111. 11., f11.vtructm' in Gel'1nzuL. Q35 Hull ot' Lanigxuingcsl ll Now llntte1'1111t. P11, D., German Language and Literature, Syracuse University, 1890, having graduated in the class of '87 in the classical course. -11, 11, qw, Chupluln of the 011011111 County llonsc, fltoinc, N. YJ two years: :md patstor of tho Elllmllll U01 lqvnngelicul Church, Syracuse, two years: ll0g'illllillg' his work in Syracuse University September, l80l. ' 17 I 1 94 7 s CCDLLIEQIIE CDF FHNE ARTS. EK JIORGE F. COMFORT, I.. H. Il., Dana of the Cifllrgqc :gf 1151141 Arla, l'1'1g'2'.vsm' fy' 1ft'h'f0l'-If :gf the 1f'z'n1' Aria, and lLYv!lu:n'r'.v. qflrousc College? 723 E. Genesee Street. A B., Wesleyan, 1857, A. M., Wesleyan, 1860. A.'A.1D. . ' Teacher of Natural Science and Latin, VanN orn1an's Institute, New York, 18803 traveled and studied in Europe and the East, 1860-65: Professor ol? Modern Languages and listhetics in Sym- cuse University since 1872. Member of Institute Archeologico, Rome, Paris and Berlin: Member of Anthropological Society, Secretary of American Phllological Association, 1867-73: Author of a complete Ger- H1811 COUPSSQ U YVOm8.n'S EdllCIl.ti0D and iV0l1111Il'B Hellltil 5" Modern Languages in Education g besides numerous reviews and other contributions. Art editor of Nfn'tl:crn Christian Aawl. cate since 1874. GFORGE A. PARKER, . l,l'Im'NNOI' of I,l'lIJIIl mul Olgyrm, ' :Ill University Place. Attended the Royal Conservatory of Music llt Stllttuart, 1878-81: and the Aluuleiuie dvr Tonkunst in Berlin, 1881-82. Instructor on the Piano, 1883-843 1'rol'essor of the Piano and Oriran since 1884. PERCEY GOETSCHIUS, PI'Qfb8807' qf Nw Ilixtoly rmrl Qlwofgy of Jllfmzln. , 100 Waverly Place. Professor Goetschius was connected with the lloyal Conservatory of Music at Stuttgart, Germany, from 1873-90, lirst as student, afterwards as Professor: ln 1876 was nuule Professor of Theoryg in 1885, was made Lecturer on the History of Music. ln 1883 published an llngglisli work on Harxuouyg a second edition was lmued in 18811. Ip, gms ,ww l,r,.I,,,,-0,1 ,L spwnd mi- umc on Counterpart of Form. Entered upon his duties in Syracuse University in 1800. FI l.A I. FRENCH, MUS. B. D1.vn-uclnrvlpon. the Piano. 714 Crouse A venue. Mus B., Syracuse University, 1878. it di. ls. Teacher ol' Music in Young' Ladies' Institute, Auburn, N. Y., 18784855 'l'4-aeher ol' Music at Wells College, 1883-843 Instructor upon the Plano, Syracuse University, slnue 1884. R FRANK DALLAS, M. P., f11.vt1'uctvr1T11. Oil Htiwlilzg, jlhulr'l1'ny, mul Elchfug. ' I 450 llall of Languages? 717 East Fayette Street. B P, Syracuse University, I878Q M. P., Syracuse University, 1886. Instructor of Drawing, Syracuse University, 1878-79: traveled in Europe, 1879: studied Art in Paris, 1876-835 Instructor in Oil Painting, Syracuse University, since 18811. 18 Teacher of Natural Science. Drawing and Painting, Amenla QN. YJ Seminary, 1857-8: Teacher of Natural Science, Drawing and Painting, Fort Plain KN. YJ Seminary, 1858760 ' l.Ul'1l,'l,A M, S'l'EWAR'l.', Ill8fI'u6f0l' inf lVwtf:r Uolm- Painting mul Idea lhml Drawiozg. . 352 West Onondaga Street. Graduated! at Rockland Female institute: Stllflerlt F1110 APU U0Plll'l1H1el1t, Adelphi Academy 5 student in llrooklyn Polytechnic Sehool5 member of Fine Art Student's League, New York 5 student of Mr. Abbott 1-I. Thayerithe eminent portrait painter: student of Mr. Frank Bacon, ln lloston Art Musenm5 two years a teacher of Fine Arts ln St. Catherine's Hall, llrooklyn5 teacher of Fine Arts for two years at Frlend's School, New York 5 began her work at Syracuse University, September 1, 1800. A R'l'1-1 U R B. CLARK, B. AR., ' D1xh'11z'fnr in, Al'l'hI'fl'l'f'Ill'6. - 407 Van llnren Street. B. Ar., Syracuse, 1886. A, T. Director of State Schools at Elmira Reformatory, 1888-8135 Instructor ln Architecture at Syracuse since 1889. - ELMER J. READ, B, P., Imrtrrlctul' in, IWW!! Ihnnl Drawing :tml Etching. 107 Marshall Street 13. P., Syracuse, 1886. qi. A, 0. Profcssor of Fine Arts ln Pennsylvania Normal School at Millersville, 1888-8115 began his work at Syracuse University in September, 1890. RUTH EI,1ZABE'l'I-1 GUlliAUl,'l', MUS. 13.5 Dzstructor 'upon the I'z'rm0. 1712 Madison Street. Mus. B., Syracuse, 1884. K, K, If Teacher of Music at Winchester, Va., 1885-865 Private Teacher at Syracuse, 1887--885 accom- panist 1'or Professor Stark at Syracuse University, 18874885 lnstruetor in Music, Syracuse Uni- versity since 1880 CONRAD I.. BECKIER, l-3. Mus., llmlructol''u,jun1, Mr Vf'ol'in.. ' lllll E. Fayette St.reet. IE. Mus., Syracuse, 1888. ' ln August, 1889, he entered the ltoyal lligxh School oi? Music at Berlin, and remained one year5 began his work in Syracuse University in September, l81ltl. MARIE LOUISE EVERE'l"l.', ' , IIlXtl'lIl'f0l' in Vorwl 1W11..vir:. 7141 Crouse Avenue. Graduated at the State University oi' Wisconsin: studied two years with Miss Annie M. li, lkarnettc, of l!hieago5 one year with Miss Edna lIal1,o1' lloston, and three years with Wlll- iam Courtney, ol' New York I Ilff0l'wal'ds shc studied Uratorio, ln London, lllldlll'RlllN10j.l'H'0l', and was followed by two years of study with Madame Marcheslg ln September, 18110, she be- came connected with the Musical Department ol' Syracuse University. I9 f JOHN VAN DUYDN, M. D., Prqfif. vxf1 1' qf Svlrgqcry. 427 South Salinn Street. A. H.. Princeton, 1862, A. M., Princeton, 1865, M. ll., Kentucky School of Medicine, 1865. Asslstnnt Superliitemleut- ol' New York Asylum for Idiots, 18083 prncticiulll'hYSi0l1lll Illlfl surgeon ut Syrxn-use since lsotlg I'rofessor ol' llistology i11 College ol' Medicine, 187'.l-735 mljllllvb l'l'Ul'0SSUl' ol' Anutoiuy, 1873-74: l'rol'essor ol' Alllltilllly, 1874-80: 11ow Professor ol' Clinieul und Didnctlc Surgery. GAYLURIJ l'. lfl,ARK, M. ll., l'1'qf2wmr qf' JllIlll0lN'lf foul l'l1,11.vif1lu77,f1. ' 45:2 South Salina Street. A. ll., Williams, 1877, A. M., Williams, ISXOQ M. IJ., Syracuseg 1880. Pl'llCClUillR' llllySlUlllll since 1880, Instructor ol'An11ton1y i11 College of Medicine, 1880-81, I'rofesso1'Q1' Aluutolny since 1881. Pension exiuniniiig surgeon, 1883. WILLIAM H. IJUNLAP, M. ll., R1'yz'xtl'rr1'qf' the Cbllqyu qi' 1lhfcI1'rim',' I2l'Qf?'NN0l' qf Dl'l'I1lllltIl0.Q-U, 408 Enst Genesee Street. ll. S., Syracuse University, 1875, M. ll., College of Medicine, Syracuse Uni- versity, 1878. A. K. 111. u i I11str11etor ill Mute:-in Medica und 'l'l1er11pe11tles, 1882-84: Professor of Muterlu Medleuuud Tlierupeuties, 1884-85: Professor ol' Der11n1tology si11ce 1886. JOHN I.. I-IIEIVFRCJN, M. ll., . l'1'rgi'.v.vo1' :gf 1lMtw'z7fn 1lIl'l1llCIl and Y'711'1'rrp1'11lz'r.w1. ' 010 North Salina Street. A. ll., Madison, 1873, A. M., Madison, 1876, M. ll., Syracuse, 1881, studied in Heidelberg, Germany, and Vienna, Austria. A, K, lil, Tenehex' in Peddle l11stit11te,lH73-78: lll'llUKlUlllg' physician at Syracuse since 1878: Instructor ill Histology i11 College of Medicine. 1882!-84: Professor of Histoloy, 1884-86: Professor ol' Mntorin Medlcu and 'Fliernpeutlcs since 18815. A. Cl.1l"1"ORIJ NIICRCICR, M. Il., I'1vyi'.v.vul' qf ,I'ntlw1qf7y. ' I , 3:14 lNlo11tgo1nery Street. M. ll., Syracuse, IS78. N Studied ill St. Thomas Hospital, London, Ellglllllll, 1878-80: served us cllnlcul clerk to Drs. Murchison, Ilrlstowe, Hurley, Greentleld und Pnlne, Instructor i11 Hlstologyin College of Medicine, 1880: Lecturer on Microscopy, Histoloiry nnd Curator, 18823 Professor of Putholoiry, 1886. Life Fellow ol' Royal Mlcroseoiwlenl Society, Loudon: President of Mlcroscopieul Club of Centrlll HOW Y0l'k, 188244: memberot' medlcnl stntl' of House ol' Good Shepherd Hospital. Has contributed nuluy urtieles to the xnedlenl journals. 22 1 lll'IN RY li. A l.l,l'1N, M. ll., . ljI'0f2'880l' of Obutalriw. Bnldwinsvllle. M. ll., Bellevue Medical College, 1886. Practiced niedlcine in various places since 18417. Member of American Medical Association since 1880: lecturer on Obstetrics in College of Medicine, 1885-80: Professorofsame since 1886. N.x'1'H1xN j.xcto1asoN, M. im., LI'1'llLl'I!I' on Larynyvlogy and C'li111'r'al b'rugqn1gy. I 4110 South Salina. Street. M. ll., Syracuse, 1877. Continued studies at Alh!'0lIlUlll0S Kl'll.llk0llllllll1'l0, Vienna, Austria 5 Instructor ln Surgery in Collea-o of Medicine, IKSFH-173 Lecturer on Lary1n.gology lllld Clinical Sur1rerv,l887: has cou- trihuted largely to medical journals, . 1 AARON li. MILLER, M. D, ' A I1mt'1'1n:lfn'i1L G.Ullffl?0llllQ0!f. I l 121 West Fayette Street. M. IJ., University of Maryland, 1881. Practicing' physician at Syracuse since 1882: Instructor ol' Obstetrics and' Gynarcology. 1884-853 Instructor ln Gynu-coloigy since 1885. CEYLON H. LEWIS, f,w'tfl1w' an. I'lll'1?1l-V1.6 M'rlz':'i11f:. 105 l1'urman Street. A. li., Colgate, 1873. 5, K, nw qi, lg- 11, llistrict Attorney, Onondaga county, IN. YJ 1881-871 practicing attorney in Syracuse since 1877. C. CARSON,- M. D., Lcclurw' on. Mi'llllll Diseases. g Idiot Asylum. M. ll., Bellevue Hospital College, 1870. Assistant l'l1yslelan at Willard Asylum for the Insane, 1870--82: Superinteuflent of New York Institute for tho Deaf and Dumb, 18825-8-tg Superintendent of New York State Asylum for Idiots, 1884: mclnlicr of New York County Medical Society: President Association of Medical Ulllecrs of American Institute for ldlotic and Feoble-Minded Persons. SCO'l"l' OWEN, M. D., - , Irish-fzfenn' in Amilomy. ' 253 Montgomery Street. M, ll., Syracuse, 1883. Instructor in A natolny since 1885: Surgeon to St. J08Ollil'B Hospital. l-INN RY H. 1'l+lASl'1, M. D., lmwtructor in. A nritomy. R 11:20 Montgomery Street l'h. li., Syracuse University, 18865 M. D., Syracuse University, 1886. 114 T, p,.,wt1c1,,,g physician at Syracuse since 1880: now instructor of Anatomy. 23 1, 3 . REUBEN C. HANCHE'l"l', M. ID., V Instructor in jlhclcrm Jlhvdicra. 8 Joy Building. M. D., Syracuse University, 1884. Practicing physician at St. 'l'll0n1ns' llospltnl, London. England, 1884-85: at Syracuse since 1885: Instructor ln Physiology. Syracuse Medical College, 1885-BT: Instructor in Materia Mcd- ica slncc 1887. V l"Rl'1lJ. W, SEARS, Instructm' in Ilixtology. 320 Montgomery Struct.. M. ll., Syracuse University, 1886. Instructor in Histology since 1883. FRANK 13. BROOKS, M. D., Dautrurlm' in I'l1y.vinlqqy, V 00:5 Lodi Street. M. lJ,, Syracuse University, ISSI. V Praetislm: physician at Clnclnnatus, 1881-863 ut Syracuse since 1886: Instructor in Physi- ology, 1887. WM. A. CURTIN, M. ll., lrmtrm-mr in. I'l1,rm'ulf1g,11. 30l East Fayette Street. GEORGIC M. PRICE, M. D., ,flmlwmnl lJw1mn.vM'1zlo7' qf A natomy. , 720 Butternut Street.. 4 X f N f A X , xx 'N ,' 'rf 0. ,fl X. .. ,ff I I X I X fyx 24 QYITTXINEISHEQL aff . v r I REV, A, H. I' I,AL,lx, A. M., 1,I'illl'1.1Nll :gf ff'lflIllL1lNl'lllIl' " .-I ," Ilfulxun, Rilw' .I11.vtit11l4'. Cluwruck. Rl-EV. ISAAC N. Cl,l'2MEN'l'S, A. M., 1'l'ilu:i ml n ' l71m11a.v1Tvr1u " If " CvIEV'IL0l'ill Sl'llliIlib7'l . I J . .I Cuzcnuvial. REV, E. M. WH lCl'II,l'1R, A. M., I'l'17Il1'1'1uIlqf' G'lfIlIlIIlNiIllll " U," lfvw Sfllllllllllzlj. ' Antwerp ICUGAR IJ. NILES, IWW-1',1frl 'gf' flylllllllxflllll- " ll," 0ll01L1lIlfjIl' flclulvzny. , Onondaum Vulloy DIAXIICS U. RINGS, A. Hu l'l'1'r'fpnlrfj' fl-lfIHIllfNl'lllll " lf," Hllm Union, Sflwol. , Chittumimgo Rnav. W1l,l.I.XM R. IHCNHAM, D. D., - l,l'l'lIl'l'lIII1Iff flylllllllxt-lllll " IQ" llczuwwf W7'.vlwyu,n Sl'llliIIll'I'y. ' Limn I 25 1 EIILQIMINIII EISSQCIEITIIQINI. 516 OFFICERS FOR '9 l f'92. 1'1z1:s1111-:N'1', WILLIS A. I-IOLIIICN, N. S., 'So. vlcrz-11111-:s1111':N'1', REV. CHARLES EIIIJY, A. M., '6o. RECORDING SICCRI'1'l'ARV,' PROIV. OSCAR C. KINYUN, A. M., '82. CURRI-ISPONIJINKI SI'ICRI'I'l'ARY AND mov. 1051111171 H. zA1z'1'M,xN, A. M., '7s. TRIQASU RER, 1-:1:'1'o1es, - 105111111 H. ZAR'1'111AN, '78 I". R. IVALKIQR, '84, C. M. Euuv, '84. U. C. Ii1NvoN, '82, MARY ID. ALLIS, '87, W. A I'IOl.III+2N, '8o. M. A. HARIlING'l'ON, '86 IV. A. IIROWNI'1I.I,, '65 W. W. Po1z'1'mz, '86, Mlzs. IV. W. IJUI'l'I'I-IR, 86 CHAS. EDDY, '6o. I91.1.A I. FRIQNQ11, '78. W11.1.1A111 No'1"1'1Nf111A111, '76. ALUMNI ENDOWIIII'1N'I' FUND COMMI'l"l'ICI'I. FRANK S111AL1.Ev, '74, C11'M. J. SCOTT CLARK, '77, L. M. UNDERWOIJD, '77. 26 WEST QKPJDMHTES. Elf QOLLEQE or LIBERAL ARTS. CANIDIIJATES FOR l'li. lb. Agard, Isaac M., ..... Rockville, Conn A. II., Amherst, '73, A. M., 'H-I: l'rlnclpn.l llockvllle High School. Allen, Gertrude, ..... Albion, Mich. A. ls., Albion, 'sig A. M., 'am Andrews, George W., . . . lmlton, Mass A. li., wn1nnns,'70. Arthur, Amos A., ..... Bryn Mawr, Pa A. B. und A. M., Dickinson Vollcirc. M. E. Ulcrgymun. Atchison, Wilbur F., ..... llesplaines, Ill A. B., Northwestern, '84, A. M.. '87, ll. Il., Garrett lllh. lust., '88, M. E. Clergynmn. Austin, Benjamin.1"., .... St. 'l'homa.s, Ont. A. M., n. D.' Barrett, George A., ..... Plattsburg, N. Y. Ph. Il., Univ. ot' Vermont, '70, A. M., '85, . Bassett, Charles H., ..... Cleveland, N. Y. A. ls. Beck, Francis H., ..... DuBois, Pa. A. B.,Ccn!.rnl High School, Philmlelpllln, '57. Beebe, Minnie M., ..... Kingston, Pa A. ll. Benham, Anna l.., . . Mansfield, Pa Il. Ph., Cornell, 'H7. Bickford, john H., ..... 'Rushville, lnd A. ll., lIel'nuw Univ., Wi. M. lil. Clergyxnnn. Bigelow, john ll., ..... Moravia, N. Y A. ll., Ilnmllton Col., 'Mig A. M., 'SIL N. Y. S. Ccrtillcuto pc-r ex. Prinelpnl ot' Schools. Blake, E,'A,, ...... Brooklyn, N. Y A. N. Boynton, Charles ld., .... Onondaga, N. Y. H, Su Mugs. A5n'irnlturnl Vol., 'Hlz M. IJ., Syracuse Univ., '88, Bradl'orcl, Mary C., ...... Rutland, Vt ll. Ph., Syruensc Univ., 'NL ' Brill, Charles C. ,...., Northheld, Vt A, lg., Sypnqugg Univ., '85, A. M., 'Nlig Superintendent and l'lxecut.lve Oilioer Norwich Univ. '874ll. Broamlhurst, William A., .... Chippewa Falls, Wis , A. Il., Denison Univ., '77: LL. lt., '78, ll. IJ., liuptist Union Tlieolopglenl Seminary, '86, '17 , Brokenshire, William H., . . . . Mito, japan. A. B., Queen's Univ., '80, Burns, Robert, ..... Washington, Ont. Ph. B., llllnols Wesleyan: Undergraduate ln Luw in Victoria Univ. llrower, George G., ...... l.ima, N. Y. ll. S. Bulkley, Wm. L., , Orangeburg, S. C. Cantwell, William P. ,..... Malone, N. Y. A. H., Univ. Vermont, '84, Attorney und Counsellor at Law. Carstensen, Gustave A., ...... Erie, Pa. A. ll., Ilolmrt, 'TLL Chapin, Henry E., . . . . . . Bloomsburg, Pa. B. S., Boston Univ., 'Xl : Post. Grarl. Work in Nat. Sci., .lolms llopklus, '86-873 Prof. of Sci., Springlleld, H. S. Cleaver, Solomon, ...... Dundas, Ont. A. B., Univ. Toronto, '70, M. A., Syracuse Univ.. '90. M. IC. Clcrgymnn. Cleveland, joseph G., ..... Tokio, japan A. ll., Syracuse Univ.. '86. Coffran, Frank H., . . . Worcester, N. Y. A. ll., Wesleyan, '89. Colden, Wm., . . . New York A. M. Conant, l.evi L., . Worcester, Mass. A. n. Crooks, Thomas R., ..... Philadelphia, l'a. . A, Ig., Amhert, '77, B. D., Auburn Sem., '80: Prln. Union School and Academy. Crothers,'William J., ..... Carlton Place, Ont. B. A., McGill Univ., '72, M. A., '75: M. E. Clcrgymun. Davis, Abial B., ...... Salamanca, N. Y. , Ph. B., Ill. Wesleyan, '86g N. Y. State Certillcnte per Ex., '80: Superintendent of Schools. Davis, Nicholas H., . . ' . . . Ness City, Kansas Northwestern, '60. Deaton, William A., ..... New Carisle, O. Y A. B., Ohio Wesleyan, '80: entitled to B. D., per ex., Drew, '9l. Dial, Stephen T., ...... Lockland, O. ' A. n.. ohio svesmynn, '80, A. M., Diven, Clarence L., .... Plantsville, Conn. A. B., Univ. of Missouri, '80, A. M., '83: B. D.. Harvard, '83. Dicklow, Adelaide L., ..... Ottawa, Kan. n. Ph. Dobson, joseph O., . Deadwood, Dak. A. M. Dryer, Charles R., ...... Fort Wayne, Ind. A. B., Hamilton Col., '71: M. D., Univ. of Buffalo, '76: M. A., Illinois Wesleyan, '83: Prof. of Chemistry and Toxicology. Med. Dept. Taylor Uulv.g Ass't Ind. State Geol. Survey. Duffy, John W., ...... Orange Valley, N. J. A. B., Madison, WCB: A. M., '85, Dunlop, John G., . . . Hamamatsu, Japan A. B., Queen's College, '78. ' . 28 Eaton, Alfred H., . Queen Island, N. Y. A. U., Ferguson, Wilbert P., .... Mount Pleasant, Iowa. A. B., Vlctorla Unlv., 'liilg 1Gold Medal ln Classical: ll. D.. Drew Sem., '87: Prof. ot' Latln in lown Wesleyan Univ. Ferris, Seymour C., .... East Worcester, N. Y A. li. Fisher, Anna A., ...... Denver, Col A. B., Antlsch Col., 0. Prcccptrcss Wyoming Seminary. Fisher, Oscar L., ...... Denver, Col. A. M., Pro Mcrlto, Denver Univ.. '7l: A. M.. Syracuse, '88, Flagg, Edward W., ..... Potsdam, N. Y. A. li., Yale, 'TBQ A. M., 'll0. Professor ln State Normal School, Potsdam, N. Y. Foreman, Charles W., .... Fort Edward, N. Y, M. S. Foote, W. Y., . Syracuse, N. Y. A. D. Franklin, john L., ...... Buffalo, N. Y. . B. A. Yale, '79: B. D., '70, Pastor Congregational Church, Buffalo, N. Y. French, Charles W., ..... LaGrange, Ill. A. B., Dartmouth, '79: A. M., '82. Wrote "Life nf Lincoln." Prin. Lake View High School, Chicago. Gaines, Abraham L., ..... . Atlanta, Ga, A. ll., Il. D. Gaul, George, . . Columbia, Pa, A. M. Gilbert, Mathew W., ..... Nashville, 'l'enn. A. B., Madison, '87: A. M., 'll0. Pastor of llcthcl Baptist Church, Griflith, Amos E., ...... Colfax, Iowa. B. S., Iowa Agricultural Col., 'TSM Il. D., Garrett Bib. Inst., '82. Gillette, Clark B., ..... Elmira, N. Y. , A. M. Gosnell, james, A B . Rochester, N. Y. Gosnell, Sylvia, F., . Rochester, N. Y. A. li. Granger, William R., . Philadelphia, Pa. A. H. Greenman, Almon W., . . Montevideo, S. America B. Ph., . . . Belmont, N. Y Gwynn, Edmund J., . . B. S. In. Wesleyan, 'Mlg li. Ph., '85: A. M. and Ph. D., '00 . . . Springfield, Mo Hall, Frederic A., . . A. B.. Drury, Col., '75 : A. M., 'Big Acting Professor ol' Greek, Drury College. Hamilton, William E., . . . . Indianola, Iowa A. ll., Iowa Wesleyan, '07 , A. M., '70. Harris Henry H., . . . . . Hinsdale, N. Y A. D., Royal University of Ireland and graduate of London Univ.: M. A., Bloomington, Ill. 5 Principal of Academy of lllnsdale, N. Y. Harris, Samuel G., . . . . . Ovid, N. Y A. B. 29 Henderson, johnson, . . . Picton, N. S A. Il., Queen's Univ., '85, Herron, joseph IJ., . . . . . New Castle, Pa A. B., Stephcn's Col.. '76: A. M.. '70, L. T. D., Gen. '1'hcol. Sem., 'Tilg Rector of Trinity Church. Higham, jane S., . . . . . . Rome. N. Y A. B. and A. M., Syracuse Univ. 1 Asst. in Lutln :tml Greek in Home High School. Hill, Herbert M., . . . 4 . l Buffalo, N. Y A. ll., llumilton, 'Tllg A. M., '82. V Hissey, Marion W., . . . . Boulder, Col f B. S.. Slco, Col., 'SU. Hitchcock, Julius C., B. A., G unesec Holmes, W, Newton, Hornbeck, Marquis D., Warners, N. Y Col., '01 . A. M., Syracuse Univ., 'TGQ M. E. Clcrgymun. A. ll., Syrnuusc Univ., '85. . Staunton, Va . Quincy, Ill A. B., Ill. Wesleyan Univ., '77: A. M., '80: L. T. D.. Boston School of 'l'hcoI., '80g M. E. Clorgyman. 'I-Iorning, Lewis E., Houser, Frank S., i B. Hubbell, Orrin Z., . Hulley,-Lincoln, Hughes, Bruce, Huling, Ray G., 1 . A. B., Brown Univ., 'llllg johnson, Henry T., A. B.. Lincoln Uni Kathan, Charles S., Kaufman, Matthias S., Kennedy, John D., Keppel, David, . A. U.. Victoria Cul., 'S-1. S., Holdlebnrg, '8lg M. S., '84, Clerirymun. A. B. A. B., Dickinson, Uol., '72l. Coburg, Ont Painted Post, N. Y !Elkhart, Ind Lewisburg, Pa . Glen Hope, Pa New Bedford, Mass A. M., '72g Sec. N. E. A. of Col. and Prep. Sch.g Prln. of Schools. A Hot Springs, Ark v., 'BBQ Prof. of Mentnl and Moral Phil., Allen Univ., S. C.5 Author of " Dlvlna Logos." A. B., Stnto Univ. of Nubruskn, '87, A, B., Northwestern, '7-4. A. li.. Holmrt, 'hI. - . . - Ph. ll., Ill. W4-slcyun, '88g Pastor M. E. Church. Krone, Carl R., . Kynett, Alpha G., . Ladd, joseph 'l'., Latimer, Grace B., B. Ph., Roynl Wlrtcnbcrg, Rculsclmlc, '!l0. A. M., li. D. A. li., Northwestern, '7B: A. M.. 'ML . . . . Grafton, Neb New Bedford, Pa . ' rhilmom, N. Y . Mansfield, Pa Lincoln, Ill . Pottstown, Pa Wheaton, Ill . Oneonta, N. Y nfs. Lawrence, Egbert C., . . . . . Vernon, N. Y A. B., Union, 'GSH A. M., '82: Ph. D., Nnt. Univ.. 'THQ Pastor Prcsbyi.cl'lan Church. 30 Leslie, William W., . . .4 ' . East Plymouth, O. A. B., linldwln Univ., '79: M. E. Clergymun. Lewis, Edwin H., . . . . . Alfred Center, N. Y, A. n. . , Liepsner, Benjamin F., . . . . . Philadelphia, Pa. A. B., Madison Univ., '7-t: A. M.. '7T: Pm-ii.or ol' Olivet lmptlst Church, New York Ulty. Loucks, Albert C., . . . ' . . Potsdam, N. Y. A. B., Syruunse Univ., '80, A. M., '73, MacClymount, David 'l'., . . . Williamsport, Pa. A. B., Mndisou, '73g A. M., '76. ' Maclay, Edgar S., . . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. A. B., Syracuse Unlv., '75: A. M., '8'i'. With the New York Trilnuw, Marsh, William D., . . . . . . Malone, N, Y, A. B., Syracuse Univ., 'Tdg A. M., '72: Prof. Muthcmntles Pot.-nlmu Nornml School, '79-81. - - . . Loveland, O. A. M. Martin, Oscar W., . Mason, Madison C. B., . Atlanta, Ga, ,A. M. Mathews, Byron C., . Newark, N. J, - A. M. McDonald, Clinton D., . . . . . . 'l'hoi'old, Ont. A. li., Syracuse, '75: A. M., 'T53 B. D., Toronto, '86, Meixell Granville H., . . .... Collegeville, Pa. Il. A., Wlslnus Col., 'lit instructor in Moravian Pin-oclilnl School, liuthlehoni, Pu. . . . Pennsburg, Pa. A. M., M. D.. Ph. lb. Mensch, P. Calvin, Miner, Clement W., . . , . . . Cattaraugus, N. Y. A. B., Allegheny Col., 'SIQ A, M., 'B-1. Murray, William S., . . . . , Liverpool, N. Y. ' B. S., Syracuse lfnlv., '88, Prlnclpnl of Union School. Myers, julian H., . . . . . . Clinton, N. N, A. M. Newberry, Trusten P., . . . . Ambler, Pu. . ll. S., Ohio Wesleyan, '8-l. Newtgn, W. R., . . New Brunswick, N. hl. A. li. Nicholson, james C., . . Baltimore, Md. A. ll., Dickinson, Col., 'T7. Nies, William E., . - . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. A. B., llnrvnrd, 'BBQ B. D., Cnmlwlilggc Dlvlnlty School, Wil. Norris, Carlton H., . . . . . Friendship, N. Y, Ph. ll., Alfred Univ., '90, M. E. Clergymnn. Norton, Asahel W., . . . . . Elmira, N, Y, A. Tl., Rochester Uulv., '73g A. M., '7ll. Prof. of Ethics ln Oswego Normal School, Norton, Edwin F., - , - . . . Olivet, Mich. Sy,-gwuge Univ., '88. Prof. oi' Rhetoric and Mod. Lang., Olivet Col. Norton, William B., . . . , , , Earlville, Ill A. M., Northwestern, Ill., '72: B. D.. GurrettInst,. M. E. Clcrgymun. 31 wiv. 5:1 .4 Mli Odell, Delevan D., .... . . Aurora, Ill. A. B., A. M.g Madison Univ. 3 B. D., Morgan 1-'ark Seminnryg Ph. D., Shurtleff Col. Parmenter Charles S., .... ' . Baldwin, Kan. A. M. Pease, Henry, . . - .... Medina, N. Y. A. ll., Univ. of Rochester, '87g A. M., '90, Prin. of Holley Union School '87-80. Perry, Barton W., Place, Chester A., Prin. of Tonnwundu Union School. A. ll. A. Il., Northwestern. '70, Pressly, Mason W., . . . Price, Cyrus A., A. A. Il., Erskine Col., '79. Rochester, N. Y. Scott City, Kan. Chester, S. C. y Chicago, Ill ll., Otterbein, '78g A. M., '81: M. D., Bellevue llospltnl. Rogers, John B., .... Erie, Pa. A. 13. Rowe, Henry S., . . . . Galway, N. Y. A. u.. Williams Col., rm. Rust, Alfred L., . . . . Kansas City, Kan. A. ll. Shepard, William O., .... . Elgin, I.ll. A. B., DePauw. '75: S. 'l'. B., '85g A. M., '88, Sibley, Henry O., ...... Syracuse, N. Y. A. n. Sibley, Mary J., . B U . . Syracuse, N. Y. . ' 1. Sieber, John, ...... Hedgerville, W. Va. A. B., German Wallace, Col., '81, B, D., Drew. Smith, Alfred O., ..... Rotherham, Eng. A. B., Univ. of London, '74: A. M,. Per. Ex., Syracuse, '87. Smith, J. Albert, ...... Bergen, N. Y. A. ll. and A. M., Uuioxf Col.: Pnster M, E. Church, Stevens, Edward L., ...... Malone, N. Y. A. B., Hamilton, '00, Superintendent ot' Schools. Swetzel, Henry E., . . . . . A. ll., Franklin and Marshall, '72, Scranton, Pa. Takasugi, joseph, Taylor, Ernest M. B. Ph., S. 'l'. 13. , .... A. ls., Mcoin Univ., ws. A. M.. 'sa Taylor, Zachary P., . . . Teas, john, . A. B., Univ. of Rochester, 'BSL Hirosaki, japan Montreal, Ont. Rochester, N..Y. Philadelphia, Pa. A. Il. and M. A., Col. of the Clty of New York: B. D., Newberry Theological Seminary. con- nected with the Board of Ministerial ltellef of the United Presbytery. Temple, Charles, ...... Malone, N. Y. A. M. Thompson, Allison, . . Sherman, Tex. A. B. 32 Thompson, james L., . Elgin, N. Y. A. M. Thomg, John C., . . . . K Elyria, O. A. M.. M. D. Thornton, Charles W., . . . . Mendota, Ill. A. ll., Northwestern, '77. . Tifft, William C., ' . . . . Memphis, N. Y. A. B., Univ. of Roehcstcr, 'Sflz Inst. in Latin and English, Prep. Dept. State Col., Pa.. 'I-17: Principal Poulteney School, '88-01. Van Allen, William H., . . . . . New York B. Ph. Vance, Hiram A., . .... . Nashville, Tenn. A, ll., Hamilton, '80g Prof. of English Lnnprnage, lthctorlc and Oratory, Nashville Univ. Varion, George, . . . . . . Grandville, Mich. M. S. . Warder, Robert B., . . . . Lafayette, Ind. A. M., Harvard, '83. . Wardrop, Norval, . . . . . . Detroit, Mich. B. A. S.. McGill Univ., '77, cranking second in clnssl: M. A. S., '8-lg D. S., National Univ., '00g Prof. of Mechanics and Architecture, National Univ., Chicago. Warner, Horace E., ..... Cedar Falls, Iowa A. B., Cornell Col.. 'Tug B. D., Drew, '78. Warner, Sylvanus B., ..... St. Paul, Minn. A. B., Cornell Ool., '7-1. Wehler, Charles E., . . . Blue Bell, Pa. A. B., Urslnus, 'B7. ' Whitbread, Jennie L., . . Orange, N. J. P. Ph. Wiggin, George T., . . . Fayetteville, N. Y. B. S.. Dartmouth, '79. Wilcox, Myron C., ..... Foochow, China Il. Ph., lll. Wesleyan, '76, ll. D., Garret llib. Inst., 'S7. Willey, A. C., ...... Newton, N. j. B. A., St. Johu's College, Mil.. '2-32: M. A., '80, B. D., Drew Theol. Sem., '00g Prof. in Latin and Greek at Newton Collegiate Ihstitutc. Winters, David, . . . . . Williamsport, Pa. ' B. S., Syracuse Univ.. '80, Yeager, james M., . . . Hillsdale, N. Y. A. M. , 33 Limlra. 1.1. L. RESIDENT POST GRADUATE. Whitford, Oscar R. A, K, 1-1, .... A Syracuse, N. A. ll., Syracuse Univ., 'll0. Field .Duy Prizes: Sprillg' of '87-Second prize on lulle wulk at Local Feld lJny,xu1d second prlze on mlle wulk at Stnte Field Day. Sprlug of '88-First prize on mile and half-mile wulks ut Local Fleld Dany. First prlze on mile walks at State Field Daly. First prize on mile und lmlf-mile wnlks ut Y. M. C. A. Field Duy. Spring of '80- Flrst prize on mile walk ut Loeul Held Day. First prize on mile wulk ut State Field Dey. First prize ou mile walk ut Y. M. C. A. Field dey. Spring of '90-Clerk of the Course nt State Field Day, held ut Syracuse. - FINE ART COLLEGE. Burr, Kate Stella, Syracuse, N. B. Mun. Douglas, Charles W. A, K. E. . Syracuse, N. Mus. Jennings, Carrie P., . Walton, N. . B. Mus. l Wardwell, Helen M., . Mannsville, N. Mus. Webster, Anna Belle, Apulia, N. . ll. Mus. 3,4 Y Y Y Y Y Y Class Ufficers, d Histories and Individual Records of Students r 1 1 ,,.,. Q w 'Q "" -11 Ara' , 'Vis-r' 'Yos1ilnn'l5"F."5'E"1'xSf?fm5 ' J COLORS-Tea Rose I ink and Golden Brown. YELL-What ! Who ! .,2l'L'Jl'1l,t'Ilf, . Vin'-l'resz?z'en!, . Surrclary . Tn'asm'er, Ilisforialf . . Class Day .lfzsiarzlz Orator, . . Paei, . Essayzlvl, . Prophet, . . Farewell Oralor, . Arlzlress la flullbrs, Chllllfllltlll Exccufz' 714 Class SlIllg'-- llfarzls by Muszk by . 11, . Ninety-Two, Ne-Plus-Ultra, Ninety-Two. . 546 OFFIQERS. LEON A. CARLEY. . Mlss WmcH'r. I Miss MARSHALI.. . O'1"1'o KJOEBI-El.. j. M. Rlcl-1. MARCUS GLAZER. W. D. LEWIS. . Miss Mlzncufzu. Miss G1-:NEVRA GWVNN. . Miss HALL. . W. C. O'UoNNE1.1.. R. W. Lownv. L. H. RICE. . . Miss AUSTIANNA 'l'Av1,oR Mxss EDITH PALMER. Colzzzzlilfnr, 36 1 N-..' llrflm. Phill Q4 X c 4 1,.n.aa2a'Aii WHSTGIET QF 'Tliilli SENHQRSO - 35 "mms THAT ARE clone .seem THE BRlCiHTE.ST." HAT CAN be more agreeable for the Historian than to record the events of an era of peace and harmony, with scarcely a cloud to darken the horizon? Yet a feeling of sadness steals over him as he remem- bers that these happy years are drawing to a close. Our race is nearly run, and we are about to step out from college life -with its work and its play, with its pleasure and its pain--and to grapple with sterner realities. Our names appear on the pages of the ONON,lJAGAN for the last time-Tuntil they shall shine resplendent on the Faculty roll. A ln the fall of '88 a veritable cyclone struck Syracuse University, whose visible manifestation was the class of '92, for two long years thereafter the Faculty knew not one moment of repose, for who could tell what aday might bring forth-much less a night! And said Faculty were wont'to hold numer- ous receptions, to which certain of the bolder spirits were alone bidden. But when the sky cleared, the men of '92 were Juniors! I could wish to recount some of the great achievements and victories of our glorious class, but more space would be required than is allotted to me in this volume. While we may congratulate humanity that such a class is soon to be turned at large, we can but realize that what is gain to the world is loss to ourA!11nz1ll1z!w'. 'For where else can be found such shining lights in Y. M. C. A., in foot ball, in base-ball, or in general athletics? What class can furnish such loyal men-for lf. A. lf. and H. N E. as did '92? The Faculty have long recognized our ability in all of these departments. In reviewing our career, our sole cause for regret is that so many who enrolled themselves under our banner four years ago have fallen by the way. Financial reverses, death,and matrimony have greatly depleted our numbers, 3,7 and I regret to say that some have departed by common consent of Faculty and students. Despite our reverses, our ranks have been replenished with loyal men, who, having learned of our fame, hastened to join our band, and we may claim the honor of being the largest class ever graduated from Old Syracuse. ln matrimonial ventures we cannot hope to compete with the juniors, only one of our number having as yet taken unto himself a partner in life's joys and sorrows. However, others have signified such laudable intentions, and after due deliberation 'they discover that '92 is the only class from which such a choice can wisely be made-and Venus echoes, " It is well!" It is a trite aphorism that all things have an end, and this history is no exception to the rule. Hence, dear QDNONDAGAN, farewell! LHESEIFMJL HRT QCDLLIEQE. Abbott, Kate I.eora, f . . Syracuse, .... 1316 Madison A. dl., Y. W. C. A.: Vice-Pres, in Soph. und Junior Years. Atwood, Georgiana, lx , . Herrickville, Pa., . . 618 Crouse Ave 1'. dl. ll., Y. W. C. A. , Allis, Edward D., 1' . . Syracuse, . . 802 Court A. K. E., Y, M. C. A. - Banker, Howard j., r' . . Schaghticoke, . . J. V, Chapter House A. T., Y. M. C. A., Editinr-in-Clxicf University lleritld. Barnard, james l,ynn, .v . . Cooperstown, flf. li. 'l'., C. tb C., Y. M. C A. Bell, Thomas Stone, r . 'lk A. U., Y. M. C. A. Delt-gnlc to Phi Delta 'l'h Atlanta, Gu. Burlingame, Menzo, lx . 'ln K, elk Carfrey, jacob I-lagar, c . ill. A. 0., Y. M. C. A. Carley, Leon Alanson, r A. li, ll., 0, N, ll., ll. A, ll . jordan, . . . East Springlield, . Milford, N. j., . Homer, . Monnstic Circle. Ass't E1 agar Fool. Bull TCZlfll '91, News Editor Syrncnsun. 38 eta 607 Crouse Ave . 61o University Ave Nulionnl Convention at . 705 University Ave . . 610 University Ave . . ICOS E. Genesee litor '92's ONONDAGAN, Man- r Cobb, Dorr Rayn1onCl,!x . . Ulysses, Pa., . . . 104 Marshall elf. T., C. 85 C., 0, N, Ii, B. A. IS., Monastic Circle. Bus. Manager '92's UNUNDA- GAN 5 Chairman Executive Committee Freshman Year 5 Editor University Newsg Pres. N. Y. S. I. B. B. A. 18915 Bd prize 3 mile run, College lield day, 18895 211 prize. M mile walk, Y. M. C A. tield day: Del. to Madison Univ., May, 1889, for the founding of the Beta Chapter of 13. A. ll.5 Del. to N. Y. S. I. P. A., at Cornell UnivL5 Captain of Gun Clubg Manager 'Varsity li. B. Nine, 1892. Cooper, Amy Isabel,.yw . . Syracuse, . . . 108 Walnut Place A. 1l'. Davidson, Lucien A., .yu-r . Cigarville, 304 Center B. P. Dow, Edmund Leroy, s . . lialdwinsvillle ,... 701 Irving 15. 0, Il., C. Av C., 0. N, ld., IS. A, li.: Class Pres. in .Iunlor Year, Pres. Alhlrtnio Assso., '91-925 Chairman Calculus Com., and Chairman C. Aa C. Ball Com. Emerson, Albert W., . . Bath, ..... 125 Leon - Y. M. C. A. Fanton, William Morrison, 5 . Danbury, Ct., . . 6io Union Avenue qw, A, G., B, A. B., Y. M. C. A. Member Foot Ball Team, 18995 Cnptuin Foot Ball Team, 18915 Junior Historian. Local field day, '91, 2d prize, standing broad jump 5 2d prize standing high jump 5 2d prize running broad jump. Flaherty, William Victor, f . Chittenaugo, . . . 4o6 Niagara B. 0. ll. Ass't Editor '92's ONONDAGAN. Fyfe, Charles Willis, c . . Franklin, . . . 1oo5 E. Genesee A. K.-E., 0. N. ii., B. A. B., Y. M. C. A.5 Foot Ball Team., 2d prize putting shot5 2d prize running high jump, and 2d prize standing high jump at local tield day '89 5 liirst prize throwing hammer, and 2d prize putting shotal. Y. M. C. A. field day in '89, Gaggin, Edwin Hall, .yum . lirie, Pa., . . ioo5 lfl. Genesee A, K. I-I., Aesthetic Society 5 Pres. in Junior Year. Glazer, Marcus Louis, x, . . Fair Mount, N. Y., 309 Irving B. 0, ll., C. 8: C., Y. MLC. A..g Pres. in Sopll. Year Goebel, Otto, 1' . . . New York, . 5:1 Union Avenue Y, M. C. A.5 Sec. in Junior Yenr. Gwynn, Genevra, r . . . Throopsville, . . A. llf. Chap House A, -I-,, Y. W. C. A.5 Vice-Pres. in Soph. Year, and Sec. in Fresli. Year. 1 Hall, Albert Eugene, .v . . johnsburgh, .... 104 I-leafy A, T., Y. M. C. A., Aesthetic Society. Hall, Mahala Ella, x . . johnsburgh, . . 1404 Irving K. K. r., Y. w. o. A. I Hartel, Williankr . . . Buffalo, . io5 University Avenue fb, K, elf., Y. M. C. A.: Treas. in Fresh. Year. 39 Hayden, Martha Naomi,!s . Syracuse, . . . . 102 E. Beech A. flu, Y. W. C. A., Calculus Poet and Vice-Pres. in Fresh. Year. Herman, Ernest Frederick, a . Fairville, . . . di. A. 6., Y. M. C. A. Herrick, Charles Mynderse, . Syracuse, -if, K. rf., Y. M. c. A. Hillyer, John Blake, r . . New York, A. K. E., C. X: C,, 0, N, E., ll. A, B., Capt. Foot Ball Team, Team, Editor Syracusan, Y. M. O. A. ' Hollett, Edward Lee, c . . Clifton Springs, . C. A., Pres. Glee Club. NP. T., C. LY C., Glec Club, Y. M. Hutchinson, Sherburn C., c . East Orange, Vt., 'l'. Y., Y. M. C. A. . 1106 Adams 206 Adams 1005 E2 Genesee '80-90., Base Ball 609 Crouse Avenue IOI3 Adams Kellogg, Olin Clay, 4' . Homer, , 111 Marshall Knapp, Annie May, I s . . Binghamton, 113 Marshall P, di. B, Leacock, Arthur Gordner, lf . Norwich, . . J. V. Chapter House A. Y., Glcc Club, Editor Univ. Herald, Marshal of Calculus, Y. M. C. A. Lewis, William Dodge, f . . Canton, . . 705 University Avenue df. K. Alf., C. Sa C., Y. M. C. A., Pres. in Soph. Year, Ass't Editor '92's ONONDAGAN. Lowry , Raymond Wright, r . Green Cove, Pa.. -lf. A. O., Secretary of Y. M. C. A., Foot Ball Team. Marshall, jessica Beatrice, lx . Wat6I'l00, ' K. A, 0., Secretary i11 Soph. Year. Mercer, lna Delia, lx . . Syracuse, V. 'lk ll., Vice-Pres. Fresh Year. Miller, Herbert Sumner, c . Avon, Y. M, C. A. Nicholson, Louise, . . jordan, . K. K. T., Y. W. C. A., Sec'y in Soph. year. O'I'J0nnell,VYilliam Chas.,f . Brooklyn, . . . 610 University Avenue 209 Unversity Place 324 Montgomery . . 731 Irving III Waverly Place . IOIS Adams rl'. T., Y. M. C. A., Hist. in Fresh Year, Orator Scissors' Burial, '90, Local Field , Day '91, 2d prize, hop, step and jump. Orr, Eleanor Louise, c .I . Syracuse, . K. K. F., Vice-Pres. in Fresh. Year. Prince, llee Wolcott, .r . . Central Square, . 40 . 740 Harrison . Genesee 'lk Purdy, Frank T.eRoy, r . . liuffalo, .... 1o15 Adams T., C. X C., 0. N. li., ll. A. ll., Y. M. C. A., Euterpe, Monastic Circle, Chair- man of Executive Committee Winter Term, 1880-00, Member of Glee Club '80, '00, '01, '02, President of Glee Club, '02, Leader of Glee Club, '92, Delegate to KP. T. Convention at Amherst College, Manager of University News, '01, Captain of Athletic Association, '02, Delegate to Inter-Collegiate Athletic Association, '02, Member of 'Varsity Foot Ball Team, '91, Captain of '02's Relay Team, Member of Inter-Collegiate Athletic Team '80, '90, '01, '02. Spring Games 1880: pole vault lst prize, running broad jump lst prize, hop, step and jump lst prize, standing high jump lst prize: Inter-Collegiate Games, Albany, 1880: running broad jump lst prize, Y. M. C. A. Athletic Games, 1880: pole vault lst prize, running broad jump lst prize, standing broad jump lst prize, hop, step and jump lst prize, standing high jump 2d prize, 120-yards hur' dle race lst prize, awarded Citizens' Cup for Best All-Around Work, Iuter-Col- legiate Games, Syracuse, 1890: 120-yards hurdle race lst prize, 220-yards hurdle race 2d prize, running broad jump 1st prize, pole vault 2d prize: Y. M. C. A. Athletic Games 1800: pole vault lst prize, running broad jump lst prize, hop, step and jump, lst prize, 120-yards hurdle race lst prize, standing broad jump lst prize, running high jump 2d prize, 100-yards dash 2d prize, awarded Citi- zens' Cup for best All-Around-Work-the second year in succession 5 Indoor Win- ter Handicap games '89: pole vault tscratchl 1st prize, running high jump fscratchl 2d prize, 100-yards dash tscratchl 2d prize, 220-yards dash lst prize. 120-yards hurdle race tscratchl Sd prize g Indoor Winter Games 1800: pole vault lst prize, running high jump lst prize: Indoor Winter Games 1801: pole vault 2d prize: Local Field Day, 1801: 100-yards dash lst prize, 120-yards hurdle race lst prize, 220-yards lmrdle race lst prize, running broad jmnp lst prize, standing broad jump lst prize, hop, step and jump lst prize, Inter-Collegiate Games, Geneva, 1801 : 120-yards hurdle race lst prize, 220-yards lmrdle race 2d prize, running broad jump lst prize: State Y. M. C. A. Athletic Games, 1801 : 100- yards dash 2d prize, 120-yards hurdle race lst prize, hop, step and jump 1st prize, running broad jump 2d prize, standing broad jump 2d prize, throwing hammer lst prize, 220-yardsdash Bd prize. Awarded a special prize for best All-Round-Work third year in succession. lhnkin, Irving Cornelius, lx 1 Akron, O., . 614 University Avenue A, K, ld., C. 82 C., Monastie Circle, Y. M. C. A. Reed, Mary Ella, ls . . Seneca Castle, 1o6 University'1'1ace Ripe, Jonas Merriam, Ir . . Utisco, . 705 University Avenue tp, li, lf., 0. N. ld., IS, A. ll., Cal. Com. Ixlee, l.epine Hall, lr . . llrookline, Mass., lolz Adams elf, 'Y'., C. 8: C., Cal. Com. latch, Edward Dunbar, f fr, . Marcellus, . . - 355 Delawait, qi, A, ou B, A. B., second prize in one mile walk local games. '00, and second prize in one mile walk, Y. M. C. A. games, '00. Sauerbrei, Lewis, c . . . Dormansville, . 6oo University Avenue Y. M. C. A. ' 41 Schneider, Philip lfrank, I .r . Syracuse, . . 319 jackson Y. M. C. A. Scott, M. Elizabeth, .yrcr . . Syracuse, . . 752 Harrison Shepard, Earl Dorman, r . . I.:-Roy, .... lOl3 Adams A. T., Y. M. U. A., See'y in Fresh Yenr, Toast Master at Soph. reception, 'S9. Skinner Aver Warner L' . Mexico Y 7 ! . University Place A. T., Miumger Glec Clubs, '91--'92, Smith, Charles Allen, r . . Nelson, ro: Raynor Pres. in Fresh. Year. Straub, Frederick Carl, fx . Syracuse, 7lO E. Fayette Y. M. C. A. , Stright, George Edwin, .r . Philadelphia, Pa., . .600 University Avenue Y. M. C. A. Taylor, Austianna Eliza, r . Brooklyn, . . . 703 Genesee 'l'. flu B., Y. W. C. A. Enterpe, Cal. Hist., '80, Vice-Pres. in Soph. Year. Thomas, Fannie Louise, lx . Mexico, . A, fll. Chap. House A, III., Y. W. ff. A. Trowbridge, Mary S.,.v . . Camillus, . . 801 University Avenue I' flv, Il., Y. Wh U, A,, Study and Vice-Pres. in Soph. Year. Wadleigh, llyther Ogden, fs . Potsdam, . . . 1005 E. Genrsee A. K. E., C. di C., Y. M. C. A., Calculus Orutor, Chairman Ex. Com. in Junior Year, C. do C., Ball Com., first prize throwing: base bull local field day, '89, B. B. Temn, '89, Watkins, Frederick Hiram, 4' . Pompey, . . . 1005 IQ. Genesee A. K. ld., C. X: C., Y. M. G. A., Pres. in Fresh. Year, Foot Bull Teaun. Wiley, Charles Frederick, Z s . Syracuse, .... 706 Harrison 'lk A. 0., Y. M. C. A., Cal. Poet, '90, Wood, Helen Mabel, A . . Savannah, . 604 lrving -I' Ill. B., Y. W. C. A., Cal. lllst. '90. Wood, Olin W., lx . . . North Urban., . 6:0 University Avenue fb, A. 9., li. ll. U., Y. NI. C. A., Editor-ill-Ullicf 0f.QN0NDAg,rN gf '02, Chairman Ex, Com. in Soph. Year. College Field Duy, 2d prize throwing hummer, 2d prize putting shot '89, Y. M. C. A., 2d prize throwing haunnier and putting shot '89, Local Field Day, '91, 2d prize putting shot, 2d prize throwing ham- mer, State Y. M. C. A. Field Day, '91, 2d prize putting shot, 2d prize throwing hammer, Varsity Foot Bull, Delegate to Ill. A. 0. National Convention at At- lanta, Ga. 42 Wright, joseph Arthur, r . . Cohoes, A, T., Pres. Y. M. C. A. ,91-92, Foot Ball und Bnse Bull Teams. Clmirniun Soph. Reception Com., Ass't. Editor '92's ONONDAGAN. Wright, Mary Eugenia, s . . Cohoes, K, K, F., Y. W. C. A. FUINJIE HRT QCDILILIEQIIE. Ames, Elsa I1ovina,j2 . Burdette, . ' K. A. 0. ' Brewer, Francis Fisl1,jr . Syracuse, B, Q, TI. K Carpenter, Grace I.ouise,p Syracuse, . K, K, F. Carter, Martha Celetta,p Oneida, . I'. 'lk ll. Gaggin, Edwin Hall, ar . Erie, Pa., A. K. lil. I-lall, Albert liugein-,fb . johnsbury, A. T. Husted, Myra Irene, m . Syracuse, . K. K. F. jones, Jessie Edith, In . Rochester, . l', 1I'. ll. Kingsley, Stella Frances, Ill Syracuse, . Mercer, Jeannette, jr .1 nf, . Wausau, Wis., Moorhead, Olive Crawford, 111 Syracuse, . 1: 11-. lf. ' Orr, Clara llelle, 111 . Syracuse, . li. K. l'. Rollo, Kate Scott, m Syracuse, K. K. F. Sanclhovel, Mary M.,jv .v m Mexico, . Sherwin, Fred Webster, ar Canton, . 41. K. NP. 415 l . . 1o4 Henry 104 Henry . 1417 S. Salina . 6o6 Irving . 905 Madison 417 University Avenue 1005 E. Genesee . 1o4 Henry . 212 Johnson . II3 Marshall . . 613 Gifford 417 University Avenue . . 616 Irving . 740 Harrison 809 E. Fayette 207 University Place . 809 E. Fayette vel 0 1 '-,Q ,- 'N , ,R an ,f u 1 r ' : 5' 'X f, '--,.'. Agn .A , ., , " 1-1M X B 'Z X ""z. VP , ' If L !7l'l,.Yl.tI'6'llf, . V1'fa-Pz'1f.v1'fl1'11!, SC't'l'!'llll:j', . .7'l'l'lZXIl7'l7l', .1'Il1Yf0l'l?lll, . T oaslmasifr, COLORS Yam. Mahogany and Light Blue, -Rip! Rah! Reel Rip! Rah! Ree! Syracuse! Syracuse! Ninety-Three! if ' GFFIQERS. WlI.r.lAm P. GRAHAM Mlss JULIA SKINNRR. . Miss MAY REED. JOHN H. Coma. . W. HENRY jAPk'yvAv. . V. H. GAGGIN. E. E. HU'1'CHINGS. Chairman Excr1zlh'c C2111n111'lnv', . 44' . ,. .. .J iz.x.,.....a,.L- -QM. .. In rim, l'lulu VM sg 1 1- W1 ? V4 'J X ,R ' Q:-y 'J J.. HHSTGRT GF THE JQlllNll0l?iS., 356 F COURSE, in a short sketch of so famous a class as '93, it is impos- sible to review more than a few of the most important events con- nected with our history.. The Historian has consulted all authorities in every language, and has found that there is one thing new under the sun, viz., the Class of '93-new for the following reasons: lst. She is original. zd, Her history is not a repetition. gd. Her ways are past finding out. The Historian has consulted the brilliant intellects in '93 in order to find out what facts should be discussed in the small space allotted to us, and to get an opinion the following questions were asked: 'Shall we mention that '91 did not possess sufficient brilliancy of intellect to publish an ONONDAGAN when we were Freshmen, and that with true Alma fllalezwal pride we came to the rescue by setting forth the needs of the Insti- tution in a neatlittle book entitled the " Doggonan?" ' i Shall we recall the remarkable night when through mud and rain we led away a band of Sophs., only to send them home without their hats and with- out the cream? Shall we state how we had to conspire against the Faculty that we might save the enemy from dismemberment and disunion? Shall we recall the decorating of the rock upon which Time had not dared to write his name for fear of the Faculty? i Shall we tell how we caused the " Roll Call" to be abolished? Shall we state the effect of the fire-cracker on the chapel speaker? ' Shall we mention how we scared '92 so that they feared to hold their Sophomore " Lit?" Shall we recall how, when '94 appeared upon the campus, we.fed them upon salt and with intellectual feasts? How we wore their colors on our i 45 'i Qin shoes? I-Iow we made them walk home from their own " Lit," and pay 819.50 because they locked the doors on us? The answer to all these questions was: "No, these are not the things we would bring before the public. Write on far nobler themes. Let the world knowhow we have studied Horace QI-lorsej, Latin Verse, Bell Vowel Tables, and Greek Roots and Mnemonics. These are our favorites. Speak of the discoveries which we have made in the search for Truth. These other things we put away as childish things when we became juniors, and now we remember only the useful and necessary facts for which we came to college. Some of these you might mention are the following: Bhjafmls : a -l- bius : abus. fs or id is sometimes expressed after yum:-e. g. Nihil est quin id intereat. Cic. That the law of Capillary variations is a' cost? 1 : H. That we have mastered the 310 Rules of Clark's Rhetoric. That we know the Bell Vowel Table forward and backward. That we know the 39 Principles of Expression in Practical Elocution. The polar equation of a right line. The curve of hot water. The French word for " work," the Dutch for " crib," and the Greek for " Hunk." That in Psychology we were amazed to learn that " The theory of cir- cumscribed centers subserving special functions in the cerebral cortex is untenable." That Comte's argument on Introspection and Calderwood's answer are still ringing in in our ears. ' And then, if anything more is needed to prove that we are intellectual giants, quote' from one of the rising poets of our class : f' And still the wonders grew That one small head could carry all we knew." The above suggestions were very good, and saved the Historian much work. But it may be well to look at our relation to the University, and so, looking backward we see that our University ,has made great advancement since the fall of '89. The Library has been putfin successful operation,- 46 T' J Crouse College has been dedicated and occupied by the Fine Arts students, -the long-lookedafor gymnasium is secured, and the Y. M. C. A. is proud of a newlhome, Valuable gifts have been received by the Medical and Fine Art Colleges,-costly apparatus has been purchased for all the laboratories, -a dozen or more new professors and instructors have been added to the Faculty,-a successful lfonor system has been adopted,-the courses have been re-arranged, and a large choice of electives is given in every depart- ment,-a College Congress has been organized for forensic work,-the stand-' ard of admission has been raised,-and lastly, the number of students has increased from 65o to 850. Looking ahead, we can only say,." More! more! Give us a Science Hall,-give us more scholarships,--give us more apparatus,-and give us some of these coming improvements before '93 leaves these Halls." 1 5? LHIESEIEEJL HRT CQILILIEQIE. Adams, William H., r . DeWitt, , 1316 Madison fb. A, 0, , B iird, Rosa A.. ls . Dunkirk, 618 Crouse Avenue A. Ill. B ill, Willard H., s . Syracuse, . . I4I5 Spring Bates, Nellie julia, .Vw . Oxford, , II2 Cayuga Beecher, Martha A., I .v . Livonia, . 209 University Place K. A. 0. Bowman, Cora May, fx . Towanda, Pa., 717 Crouse Avenue Brettle, 'Thomas Elias, 4' . Hansville, . . , - 112 Gazelle A. K, lil., Y. M. U. A. - Brill, Franklin Peter, ijw . Pottsville, Pa., 411 Comstock Avenue A. T., Glee Club. Brewer, james Lewis, r . Syracuse, . 529 Seymour -lv. K, NP., Ass't Editor '93's ONONUAGAN. Brown, May Estelle, ls . . Clifford, K. A. 9., Calculus Historian. 47 613 Crouse Avenue Macomber, Edmond K., x . Peru, . . . , . 347 Warren Local Field Day, '91, 2d prize mile run, Inter-Collegiate Field Day, '91, 2d prize half-mile run, Stale Y. M. U. A. Firld Day, '91, lst prize half-mile run, 2d prize mile-walk, lst prize one-xnile run. Marvin. Charles W., ls . u, 0. ll. McIntyre, Stella lClizaheth,.yu'r Clyde, . . llaldwinsville, . IOIS Adams 0 73o Crouse Avenue l', dv. ll., Y. W. C. A.,'Viee-Pres. in Junior Year. McGerald, Willis E., r . NP, T., li. A. B. Metz, Charles A. I .r . A. T., '93 Onon. Board, Sec. Miller, Gurdon R., fx . A. K. E., Y. M. U. A. Mills, Dena c.,1f . . Osborne, Fannie Alice, gm' K. A. G. Peaslee, Clarence l.., 0 . . Buffalo, 309 University Place . 702 Harrison Y. S. I. C. A. A. . Kidder, Mo., . . A. A. '91-92, Executive Coin. N. . Akron, U., . . . 1005 E. Genesee . Syracuse, . . . 332 Westcott . Buffalo, . . 209 University Place . Adams, . . . . 1o4 Marshall 'it T., Y. M. C. A., '93 Calculus Orator, Ovation before N. Y. S. I. P. A. ut Cornell, Editor University News. Perry, William H., f f . . Buskirk Bridge, . J. I". Chapter House A. T., Y. M. C. A., Calculus Magna Rex., Class President Spring Term '91. Phillips, Henry, r . . . johnsburgh, . , , . 604 Irving A. T., Y. M. C. A., Calculus Com., Business Manager University Herald, Dole. V gate to New York Intel'-Collegiate Press ASS0CiMi0H Ilt Illllwll, '91- Powers, Minnie Minton, qw. . South Oxford, . ro8 Waverly Place Richardson, Bertrand C., r . Syracuse, . Q S03 Almond A.'1'., Y, M. C. A., Rogers, Earl Andrus, . Colton, C0l., 301 University Avenue B. 0. U. Root, Parthenia W., s . Cooperstown, A, rlf, Chapter House A. 41. Rouse Sherman, f . . . Stuyvesant, . , J. V. Chapter House A. T., Y. M. C. A., Foot Ball, Inter-Collegiate Field Day, '91, 2d prize tlgowing hammer, 2d prize putting shot. Rubin, William, ls . . ' B. A. B., 0, N. E. Saxton, Ida I... fs . F. fb, B., Y. W. C. A. . Syracuse, . . 829 Mulberry . Clyde, II3 Marshall 50 Skinner, Julia, c . . . Binghamton, . . 119 Curtis Place A. fb., Y. W. C. A., Calculus Poeta, Vice-Pres. in Junior Year. Smith, Lewis P., c . I . . Penn Yan, . . . IOO5 E. Genesee A. K. E., B. A. B., C. 85 C., Y. M. C. A., Business Manager Syracusan. V Sway , john Aqf , , , Gallopville, . . 321 Crouse Avenue . M. C. A. Taylor, Theodore W., f . . Muncy Valley, Pa., . 612 Crouse Avenue lb, A, 6,, Class Pres. Fresh. Year, Toastmaster Junior Year. Taylor, Wiliam E., lx . . East Alba, . - . 767 l-larrison Ten Broeck, Ernest M., r . . Watervliet Center, . 803 Almond A. T., Y. M. o. A.. Thorne, Albert George, c . . Buffalo, . . . 205 Waverly Place NP, T., C. 8 C., Monastic Circle, Y. M. C. A., MANAo11:1t '03's ONONDAGAN, Mem- ber of Executive Committee Fresh. Year, Class President Fresh. Year, Chair- man Calculus Committee, Business Manager University News, Delegate to Psi Upsilon Convention at Amherst College, Chairman Y. M. C. A. Reception 1891, Delegate to New York State Inter-Collegiate Press Association at Cor- nell, Member of Entertainment Committee Convention of same at Syracuse, C. Sz C. Ball Committee. Traver, -Heman Daniel, x . Clyde, . 6o8 Crouse Avenue NP. T. Truair, Edith Richardson, r . Syracuse, 568 Cedar Van Arnam, Lorenzo Dow, c . Gloversville, . 805 Almond A. T., Y. M. C. A., Glee Club, Hisl.. Soph. Year. Wakeham, William Henry, c . New York, . ..1. V. Chapter House A, T., Y. M. C. A., Calculus lgninus. Walton, Frederick Ensign, rr . Cortland, , 5,1 1,-Qing A. T., Y. M. C. A. Ward, Clara Elizabeth, f . . Vernon, . 1o6 Walnut Place A, fb., Y. W. C. A., Secretary in Junior Year. - ' Waters, Margaret E., I x . . Terre Haute, Ind., . 713 Crouse Avenue A. fb., Y. W. C. A. Webb, Grace Helen, is . . Syracuse, . 9Q2 Jalnes F. df. B., Monastic Circle, Vice-Pres. in Fresh. Year. Whyborn, Jessie Aeolia, f . Syracuse, - 704 Harrison A. dl., Vice-Pres. in Soph. Year Woodworth, Minnie Belle, ls . Syracuse, , . 111 Waverly Place K. K. P.- 51 -af.-if H' QM Adams, Alice, m . Bently, Burt l,eGrand, Boese, Ora Ieleath, .v lll FHNIE. HRT CCILILIEQE. . . Syracuse, .v uf . Cortland, . . . New York, Brigham, Emma, s m , , Syracuse, Comfort, Ralph Manning, nr . Syracuse, . 1 41. K. NP., Calculus Connnittcc. Cropsey, Isadore, 111 . I . Oswego, . Ferris, Grace Lockwood, Ill . DeWitt, . Haanel, Florence Eugenie,j: . Syracuse, . F. fb. B. Hitchcock, Livonia May, Ill . F. 'lk B. Hovey, Kate Elinor, m A. Lb. Husted, Frank S., B. S. fb. K. NP. Jacobson, Harriet, .v m johnson, Anna Sophia,p . . Kern, Lulu, fu . K. A. 0. Kingsley, Ruth Kellogg,j1 . Kirkland, Frank Wheat, ar . Manlius Station, 0 . Sayre, Pa., . ,ar . LeRoy, . Syracuse, , Syracuse, , Hamilton, f . Syracuse, . Rome, . lb, K. NP., C. da C., Class President 1891. Lackey, Charles Sidney, ar Leiter, Milton Myers, .v m Lewis, Mabel Kinne, 111 . A. flf. Marks, Addie Bliss, 111 . Mason, Nellie, 'm . . A. fb., Monastic Circle. west Winfield, Syracuse, .' Madison, Kenwood, Syracuse, . 52 107 Elizabeth Vanderbilt House 736 Crouse Avenue 723 E. Genesee . IO9 Marshall 113 Waverly Place . 1 I3 Marshall A. df. Chapter House 735 Crouse'Avenue . 207 E. jefferson . 401 Howard 613 Crouse Avenue . 406 Danforth 6oo Crouse Avenue ' zoz Waverly Place . . :ill Warren A. W. Chapter House . IO7 Marshall . 605 University Avenue K iH,i5'JT"2ffH41.e. l 1 , r, , 4 Mattison, Mary Anna,jb . Miller, Burr Churchill, ar df, K, 112, '1'0ust11mstcr, '91, Nash, Mary Johnson, s m Paddock, .Mary Mabelle,jh A. 1l'. Palmer, Edith, m . A. dn' Pharis, Mary Patterson, m A. Ill. Reed, Bessie Achsah, m . K. K. 1'. Reed, Mary Elizabeth,j5 . K, K, I'., Sec'y in Junior Year. Rose, Georgie,p .q . Ruland, Elizabeth Belle, m Sanford, Maud Evelyn,j: , 1'. 'l'. U. Schreuder, Lena J., m . 1'. dl. B., Mouastic Circle. Searle, Grace Darrow,j1 . Sexsmith, Margaret A., .v zu Stevens, Blanche, .r 111 . 'l', fb, B., Monustic Circle. Stout, Horace, .v m . . alf. T. Sweet, Clara May, 111 Traver, Ella Miriam, 111 . Turton, Fannie, m . Williamson, Herkimer, Cortland, Wolcott, . Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Cazenovia, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, . East Onondaga, Syracuse, . Syracuse, . Roselle, N. j., Cicero, . Red llook, . Erin, . I I3 Marshall Goo Crouse Avenue . fl. 41. Chapter House 1o3 W. Kennedy 6oo Lowell Avenue . 908 Harrison 90,8 Harrison 614 University Avenue . 728 E. Fayette 525 W. Onondaga . IO32 S. Salina . 519 Irving . 621 E. Genesee . IOO7 E. Adams . no Raynor 717 Crouse Avenue Vernon, Evelina, s vu . Syracuse, . , 707 Irving Warne, Adelaide Alida, ff Syracuse, 231 Baker Avenue Weston, Nina, Ill . Syracuse, . 30x Locust 53 f l it me J ' v s U , ' Q. ,gf A -ik .msma's .U ' Q ' f A 1' X ' I, ff f lyk' ' ,' ,, ' , - , M . fig 7:3 gf' - .gil - "1-"'!'f-:Dusk -. ja Y A ,af-1-'-.-' :' .iflu-1 E' - 3 ., ,L-9 .f ..' .e..-.,sq:4- zz 1 - p- 2? ..-- -fs ,-I' -ff T4 fgffp,f:1'g:i Lillian! iv! 45 -25:'4'1I"2fui12'?ii3'i',i!24T--0522 ffsfiJG1,EE :.f2xi:J:'fi?2ef1 -ffifldfe-gg 'Ph f. nn-I'.'ts3E'?l -qyfrfaalwfl"E'-ii.-v:.n':,'222a.1 .S5E+u1 2vf'nbt-is fvfiffeizi' .f.?ff"f4!Q-Q .1331 ln" n llkg ,gg 4 5 Q 'S : 1:2514-fl! 1 . - 9,-2'2'259ff: 5s,l,u ' T , 3. - Ella fp ' . -lp, . - JE:-'? : - ' j- s , : A ,. 'Zi 51 I 9 D . ' . luli?Zj:1 l , ' Q ' ' 4,-"v if .5QsJ3:,,'J:z.!1gtq.n.p'g5i ,, A " 5, 6 1 Ii rl-gm"luun1.-ll' 'nf f I Muff' 55'.f:i.!E'f X X! xfllscnrllll 'UI Jfigtguif .ssL'QI,,"ggnvg5g,f'5' isa qglflllelll, nip- a' I Zr if fl 95 0 3. all 1' Ylfhlglr nmL-1 n 1 ,f,4r1.4Y1' Comms-Orange and Blue. Yr:I.1.- Rah, Rah, Rah, Roar, Roar, Roar, Zip, lloom, Ah, Niuetyffour, f 356 OFHQERS. l'rr.w'f1'f1ff, . . Rm' RICHARDSON ITn"l'w.v1Qf1-111, Miss ANN!-1 I.. Com-1 .SQ'rn'!a1Qv, . Miss M. li. CHURCH! 79'm.wm'r, S'l'n-zxvmu' Suo'1"1'. lll1YfIl1'l?lll, . EARL G. H1aA'1'wN. C,?I!l'llflf.V Omfw-, , . M. il. xVHl'I'lCSlI7I'2. CWa1'1-1111111 ldv. C?w1m1'lm', . . H. Cnulaculm.. 5-I iik. - L ,,....,YT..,,,,,,,vT.,S,,,..-..,.,.,,. . . . V .,,,,F?1n- liilIl5T0l?i.T QF THE SQVHGMQRES. 546 T' SOl'I-IONXIURIC, above all others, perhaps, is able to appreciate this, fm R., that history is made up of outer and inner facts. Outer, those which comprise the actigng of meng inner, the thought and feeling which brought about the action. But to discuss here the inner working of a Sophomore's mind would be too arduous a task, nor would time nor space permit. So we must confine ourselves to the former. Let us glance for a moment at our Freshman year. We entered college about two hundred strong. True, we were rude, uncouth, and as green as Freshmen usually are. But, as the fierce barbarians swept down on the Roman Empire, and by fusing their vigor and robust manhood with the cul- ture of R0me,pl1Cp2.I'Cd the way for a higher civilizationg.or as the hardy Danes, mingling with the Saxons, built up a nation which has been able to defy all powers, and which stands to-day as one of the leading nations of the worldg so we, ignorant but eager, infused into every department of college work a new life. As Freshmen we were victorious on every occasion. To more than merely mention the cane lrush, flag-raising, literary, hall rushes, etc., would be only to bring back to the memory of the juniors numerous defeats, and to open afresh their fast-healing wounds. , . As we struggled bravely with our worst enemies, " bhjams," "f fxj," and the "Bell Vowel Table," the weeks passed quickly by until one morning we were promoted from the Freshman to the Sophomore seats in chapel. What 3, happy day for us when we were no longer Freshies, looked down upon by the conceited Sophs., given a smile of sympathy by the Juniors, and passed by unnoticed by the Seniors. We were .S'qf:k.v., the terror of Faculty and of Freshmen. ' 55 K 4. 'lui 1 lll if 1 K, yi x Rfk ' ' v 1, ki. College closed, and we went home with the firm determination that when we returned in the fall, we would maintain the honor of '94, and make the name of S'lylh0lllfIl'L' to be both feared and respected. The opening day of college found us out in full force, and as we saw the Freshies stand around with a vague look on their faces as some obliging Junior gave them useful information, our joy was complete. As they flocked-into chapel on that first morning with a half-determined, half-frightened look, and as we saw their color come and go, as their glances turned involuntarily toward the mighty Soph. and his salt bags, a feeling of pitylcame over us. But then we realized that we had a duty to per- form, a duty which we owed to the Faculty as well as to the student body. Therefore, as became the loyal sons of our A111111 Jllaler and the defenders of a time-honored custom, we proceeded to show the Freshman the initial steps in the process of his evolution into a college man, ' . In the cane rush, which occurred soon afterward, although outnumbered by the Freshies, we added another victory to our long list. The Freshman " lit." might be called the great social event of the college year. The importance of '94 may be seen in the fact that on our account the " lit." was postponed as many as three times. But at last the long-looked- for event occurred. 'l'he affair was kept so quiet that even the Sophs. did not get their " bids" until the morning of the clay it was to occur, but al- though given such short notice, we were there in a body. Our company must have been enjoyed immensely by the Freshies, who after hiring three policemen to guard the street entrance, and engaging the janitor to stand with loaded revolvers at the hall entrance, retired behind locked doors to congratulate each other on the success of their " lit." , - Courageous, wern't they? - Twice their colors were tacked to the flagstaff on the Liberal Art Col- lege, but as many times torn down, and at last the " blue and orange" floated triumphantly. We are sorry that anything we might have said would cause the Freshies to change their class yell, but it is a fact that they have changed it no less than three times. - ' But our successes have not been confined alone to victories over the " weakling." We have distinguished ourselves in the class-room, and in ath- 56 K I 1,1 -"1f'fj'J- '. i, .. , - ,i ,Q ',,. , 1. wr'-,4fu,45',-jf, , e ,Q , , K , , . , . . , ,., Animal 1 r 1llvl1.ai5ill.lllfmil5iiirsl,m.i,'g:,i. 1 c1.:tQ.wJ':..:iLm'..i4Zli'?i1.ZQufllallkiliv'EI.-ffK!2w'.ix 4 1-:.il.wllv3w,. 'li 'H i -nt.--fl-f -4-M J l letics. In last year's base ball team, seven out of nine were '94 men. In foot-ball and athletics we are well represented. Indeed, one in looking over the record of our class, is forced to admire the progress we have made, the victories we have won, and the strength and unity which has always manifested itself. And thus after revealing a few of the achievements of '94, we bid you farewell, and draw the screen. LH EIEEIIL HRT QOLILEGIEQ Allis, Katherineliarnett, r Syracuse , . . E 802 'Court K. K. T. Armstrong, Jabez Eldridge, c johnsburgh, . . J. V. Chapter House A. T. ' Barrett, Fred P., . . Gainesville, . ,i Beadel, Charles Webster, I s Syracuse, . 1814 W. Genesee ' ID. A. 6. Bond, George Hopkins, ls Syracuse, . . . 207 Adams dw. A. 9. Bowns, George Morse, c Troy, . A. If Chapter House A, T. Brown, Emma Elizabeth, ls Syracuse, . . 416 Burnet Avenue Brown, Susie De Ceu, ls Syracuse, . 212 Shonnard KI K. r. ' ' Burch, Earl, lx .' Dryden, . . 315 University Avenue Byrne, Anna Irene, ls . Byrne, Celia Inex, ls . Caldwell, Samuel Eugene, f cm, Edwin Ha1nlin,s . Cary, Alice Ida, f .' East Onondaga, East Onondaga, N. Stamford, Ct., . Rusliville, Ind., Syracuse, . 57 E. Onondaga . E. Onondaga . . 1004 Adams 735 Crouse Avenue . 6F-3 Milton Avenue -ml ,I I iz' ,15'1ti:G,.,--J:"'il 451. Chadderdon, Harry, I s ill, K, 'l'. Church Charles Arthur 1' 1' . 7 . Churchill, Herman, r Churchill, Martha Bell, 1' . A. 'l'. Cole, Anna Louise, I s l', 111, ls, Cole, George F., .v . Congclon, Kingsley Fayette, 1' A. T. Cummings, Carro julia K. A. 0. Danziger, Gertrude Regene, .yur Darbonnier, Frederick L., qw 'In T. llorr, Lee Anna May, 1' A. 'i'. Dorr, Maud Lulu, f A. ill. Dutcher, Fred, s . Emerson, Emma Y., r Esmond, Burton Deyoe, I .v . Goulding, Emily -jenny, ls . Gregory, Frances May, I .r . K. A. 9. Harbottle, Ada Stewart, r . K, K. F. Hathaway Kate Bennett, .r . T. llf. B. Hathaway, M. Mae, r Hawkins, Delmer Edward r . NP. T. Heaton, Earl G., spzfr B, 9. TI. Weedsport, 6oo Crouse Avenue Syracuse, 703 Crouse Avenue East Scott, 515 Crouse Avenue Springville, A. flf. Chapter House Passaic, N. j . 731 lrving Syracuse, . . 136 Linden Penn Yan, . J. V. Chapter House Buffalo, 209 University Place Syracuse, 619 E. Genesee Berkshire, . . 1 IO Raynor Mexico, . 107 Marshall Mexico, . IO7 Marshall Avon, . . 1oo4 Adams Bath, . . 125 Leon Valley Falls, 9o4 Irving Syracuse, . IO Price Place Bul'fal0, 209 University 'Place Pulaski, . 142 Garfield Avenue Tonawanda, 731 Irving Charleston 4 Corners, . 109 Marshall Champlain, . . 717 Crouse Avenue Baldwinsville, . . 309 Irving 58 ,gt-5 ,AA Heroy, Frederick William, r Herron, Schuyler Fox, f A. T. Hill, Mary Adelia, fx . Hinkley, Milicent A., ls l', fb, B., Monnstic Circle. Hollis, Harriet Seymour, .lynx Y v 1 lx. lx. l. Holmes, Ada Cornelia, r Keefe, Martha Aubrey, s A. flu Larkin, Albert li., spar . ill. A. 0. ewis, Fred Ziah, c . A. K. E, L Leonard, Mary Louise, .Vw fl,.'l'. Little, Charles George, .yu-r A. K. lll. Little, Margaret Irma, sjw F, 'lk li. ' Look, Samuel Miller, .yn- Lowell, Lizzie Luella, c . K, A. O. Lowell, Mary Louise, I .v . K. A. 0. McCullough, Lillie May, ls McFall, Frank Keller, f , elf. T. Miller, Frank Joseph, c . A. K. 11. Morgan, Henry L., yer . fb. Kgif, Morgan, William Leverett, c 'lk T. Rhinebeck, Cobleskill, West Barre, Syracuse, Pulaski, Franklinvill Athens, Pa., ev Camillus, . Auburn, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Prattsburg, Bolivar, Bolivar, . Syracuse, Cortland, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Rome, 59 . 713 E. Fayette 411 Comstock Avenue . S61 Cedar . 713 Irving . 9o8 Harrison 109 Marshall fl. 41. Chapter House . 611 Crouse Avenue - 1005 E. Genesee . 918 Madison QOI University Avenue QOI University Avenue 315 University Avenue . . 1o9 Marshall 109 Marshall 3o9 Lemon . 613 Irving 2 1 1 Catherine . 529 S, Salina . 723 Crouse Avenue Nichols, William Wilson, f Rome, . 319 University Avenue fb. A, 9, Noxon, Frank Wright, I s Syracuse, . . 205 Catherine A. T. Palmer, Kate Eliza, ls . Round Lake, 62o Crouse Avenue K, K. It Perrine, Frederick Jansen, c Kingston, ' . . . Q04 Irving Pinney, Samuel Norton, c Olean, 7o5 University Avenue di. K. QP. Redington, George Owen, s Syracuse, .904 Irving Nr. r. ' Rich, Edward Dunbar, c e Marcellus, 355 Delaware lb. A. 9. Richards, Anna Lillian, ls Marion, . III Waverly Place K. K. T. Ross, Georgia, ls . Amsterdam, 7o7 Crouse Avenue Scott, Stewart, r Cicero, . . 735 Crouse Avenue 11. e. H. 7 . Shepard, Edmund L., f . Berkshire, . 11o Raynor NP. T. . Shepherd, Gertrude A., c . Oswego, 207 University Place A. ill. Smith, William Hemans, r Collamer, . I25 Gazelle Stevens, Augustus C., ls . Syracuse, 8o3 James af- ,r. ' Switt, Lulu, Z .v . . East Syracuse. . 1oo6 Adams Symondshlessie Kate, ls Elmira, . . ' 1oo6 Adams Thalman, Helen Elizabeth, 1 c Rome, . 713 Crouse Avenue Thompson, Myrtle Edith, f Batavia, 209 University Place K. A. 9, ' Tipple, Bertrand Martin, c Camden, . . 820 Madison A. T. Topping, Edward Burdette,c . Homer, . I04 Marshall 1b. T. Travis, Abram Lincoln, c . Garrisons, 1004 Adams 60 lv 1 . D 1 . - I . H4 ,.., A . V if 1 . V . . . 4. .. Q L .1 ' , ,l A . A o 5 mi r ' a n '. "" - 1 177,- .' . ,- 41' A , I. 1 - fr' ' . is ' g'.."'1,', M , J 5' "5.-'.l'rm":-,Gm fir '. -5:11, .1','. V ' I"' yn, 1, , li Q, 1'f'9-.,j.'-l r l 4, J l 1,7 S l UR? n.1mf..' . Van Benschoten, Wm. H., f B. 0. Il. Wade, Minnie Frances, .v . Warr, Frances Louise, .v . l',1Il. ll,- Weston, Waldo, c . NP. T. Weller, Charles I-Iealcl, f . A. K. E. Widener, Blanche Eliza, r Wilcox, Willia.m W. c . NP. T. FHINIE Adams, Augusta Denton, .v Ill Allewelt, Lillie Sophia, .r m Brown, Margaret, 111 , K. K. T. Churchill, Alice Louise, s m Clark, Jessie Suydam, s m Clark, Oliver Vincent, ar A. T. Colton Alice Susan, .v zu . Condon, Clara Belle, .v m . Coons, George Draper, ar Curtis, Edith Norton, sp . Darby, Alton Eugene, s m Darby, Ida Belle, 1 m . Duncan, Marian Foster, m Newark, Moravia, Oneida, Syracuse, Dundee, Chili, . Chester, 356 . 515 Crouse Avenue 108 Waverly Place - . . 731 Irving . 301 Gazelle . 112 Gazelle . 111 Waverly Place 735 Crouse Avenue 0 . EIKT QCCDILILIEGIIE. - Marathon, . , SYWCUSE, 919 N.'Salina Syracuse, . . 212 Shonnard St3l'Ilf0l'd, 723 Crouse Avenue SYWCUSC1 - . 452 S. Salina East Onondaga, . Oswego, 115 Merriman Avenue Oswego, , X , Penn Yan, . IO7 Marshall Fredonia, . 209 University Place Cortland, , , U SYWCUSC, - V IO5 Caroline Syracuse, 517 Turtle 61 .N , N . Edson, Mary, m . Elder, Bertha Ella, s m . Ely, Emma Willard, s 111 . Featherly, Grace M., 111 . F, df. B., Monastic Circle. Fisher, Ida May, 1' m French, Mansfield J., fu' . A. K. IG. Gates, Edith Helena, 111 . K. A, G. Getman, Clara Ellen, Ill . Haanel, Grace Darling, m I', fb. B. Hamilton, Inez Roxana, .v m Harrington, Genevieve A.,j9 A. llf. Hawley, Carl Tracy, ar, sf: Johnson, Cyrus Fisher, ar A, K, E. Kenyon, Alma Jeannette, sp A. df., Monastic Circle. King, Stella Frances, .v m . Leslie, Grace Whitney, m 1', 'lk B, Little, Margaret lrina, .r m l'. lb, B, Losey, Cordelia Shultz,j9 . A. flu, Monastic Circle. Lyford, Ellen Osgood, s 111 Martin, Gertrude May, m McCarthy, Arline, .v m . McCarthy, Lena May, .v 111 Moore, Lucia E. H., rf' . Crittenden, Fulton, . Chenango Falls, Syracuse, . 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Titus, Clara Edith, m , Van Heusen, Lillian Belle, m . Wallace, Ina Elizabeth, m K K. ll. Webster, Mabel Harriet, s zzz . Weddigen, Wilhelmina, .v zu Weeks, Sarah Louise, fu . A. lb., Monustic Circle. Williams, Clara Martha,j1 Wood, Florence M., .v m . Ill . Syracuse, Cortland, . Syracuse, . East Onondaga, W. Pittston, Pa Waterloo, . Syracuse, . Portage, Wis., Spencer, . Middlebury, Vt., . Syracuse, . . Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, City Island, Syracuse, Syracuse, Apulia, Apulia, . Williamsport, Pu Skaneateles, . . Ithaca, Syracuse, 63 610 E. Fayette 203 University Place A. W. Chapter House 110 Raynor . 907 Madison 716 Crouse Avenue . 802 University Avenue 62 1 Crouse Avenue . 217 Court 703 E. Genesee . 304 S. Beech . 622 Irving 703 E. Genesee . . 906 Irving 701 University Place . 517 Almond . ., III Waverly Place 614 Crouse Avenue 207 University Place 408 Walnut . 608 lrving . 1 I1 ' will fy. '. lp f 6,5 "144MFz0"5,. Wk if Lf 5'?L'?'???r3'-1 . ,-ffffi,.252i- EE - Exif.. .1-fig? 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Q ' KW Wi .5 - 7 N551 ,,glfl7l,v,1Eff r g ' .Q-55x I. :- , !jxl:N.fgX.,a"lv.! ,yt ., E ,. y 01395. rx X X 0 N xl f a sa , .. --V '- wmrvilh N X P! 4 lX,, lr 1 :HN ilx ff, Al , Q- 'V' . . r r 2- f' 15. X xr 57+ 1 J 'I'-.D Nm- ., 2 . - 1, r., ew X fy W A V-.-, f, ,' xv' . B 5 W' r- YJ!" 03: ,114 l A , uk N X AWA :MUN r XR , , 3-s:','.. "rf + 'A-12.32M.'.r M r , ,. XR 154 1, 1' ". N" Lil' - fgflhfi' 'wil ,ff 'va 9 ENB- .QM Y -:find -,g,.... ky 1 4. A ly-V. ,5 S 1 . V ,M --, A ,ff , - ,..,TM,,, -, if 4 f . 4ava4r fd.- Comns-I.igl1t and Dark Lavender. Ym.I.-Hip! Hoo! Rah! Rah! Rah! Reel Syracuse ! XCV. ! Syracuse ! I ,W . w LJ4"5I.,:l vm' xg' V X SSOFQ nusrom' or This riassnrisn. OFFICERS. fJl'L'J'l'IllL'llf, . . . . G. H. BASKI-ZRVILLIE. Vliw-f'1'vsz'f1'wlt, . NELLIA J, AI,I,lijN. Sr'fl'f!lIfjJ', . MAISEI, E. 'liooivu-zu. Tf'e'11r1H'w', . FRED. J. S'1'ickl.n. Hl3'f0l'lYlll ,..... CHARLES L. Puck. Chairmazz Eqccrulzbe Commiltcu, . GEO. W. GARDNER. n . 5355 ERE WE ARE at last! The college doors open widely to receive the long-presaged Ninety-live. But pray, who is that peacock lord- ing through the halls with such domineering imperiousness? "That's only a representative of Nine-four, just turned Sophomore, you know." Indeed! why, I thought he must be that man of whom Cleopatra dreamed,- " Most sovereign creature, - His legs bestrid the ocean: his rear'd arm crested the world." U O, he's a sophistical fool, you know. I-Ie's been here a whole year, and, in the meantime, he has mastered seventeen languages, including Volapuk and the Adamic tongue, found the missing link in the genealogical chain, resurrected and perfected the lost arts, written a supplement to Clark's Rhe- toric, and has now come back to instruct the Dean in Imaginary Calculus." Really! As I beheld his despotic visage and presumptuous bearing, I was prompted to venture, "Would you please to excuse me for living?" "Well, he doesn't expect you to live long. If you survive the salting, the cane-rush willsurely annihilate you." ' H-m, yes! So Ninety-four will resort to these barbarous relics of Fijian brutality to measure his strength with Ninety-five? I-Io! Classmen! To arms! The war is inevitable, and let it come! We meet in chapel. Without warning, and right in the midst of devo- tions, the riotous mob charges upon our left flank. In ten minutes, all muti. 65 li A. 1-. lated and covered with their own ammunition, they cry for quarters. We didn't die. Oh, no! 'Twas the enemywho departed in the ambulance, and they only escaped the jaws of death through the aid of Seniors and Faculty. Time would fail me to reiterate the subsequent victories of Ninety-five, how our President and Toastmaster were out alone on the night of the " Lit.," and the herd of Sophs. didn't dare tackle themg how they tried to steal our colors one morning after chapel, and how we politely ushered them into the upper-classmen lockers. We don't indulge in boasting, but we sin- cerely believe that Swift had in mind our advent when he said: "When a true. genius appeareth, you may know him by this infallible sign, that the dznzrcs are all in confederacy against him." ' Thou, too, sail on, O Ninety-five, ' In every gale may you survive. In spite of " flunks " and Sophies' roar, In spite of tricks of Ninety-four, Sail on, nor fear the Faculty. Humanity with all its fears, . With all its hopes of future years, Is hanging breathless on thy fate. 354 1 LHBEIREIL alter Qortiteae. Abbott, Christabel, I s . . Syracuse, , 1316 Madison Allen, Louis, Z s . . Laurens, . 61o University Avenue flf. A. G. Allen, Nellia julia, f . Onondaga Valley, . 6o8 University Avenue Backus, Louis Irving, 1' . . Springfield, . 705 University Avenue ill. K. NP. Baskerville, Guy l--lalsey, r . Deposit, . 610 University Avenue fl'. A, 0. - Beach, 'lfrank A., r . . Medina, . . 211 University Place A. K. E. Beadel, Edward William, .v . Syracuse, -11. A. 9 1 . 1814 W. Genesee 66 WI , I 4 1 W . ,...4w."'f:1i,1 Benedict, Mertice Vie, I J Berry, Arthur Daniel, c . A. T. Boomer, Mabel Elizabeth, r F. lb. B. Boschert, George Eldred, ls fb. K. 'IC Brooks, Alonzo Grifhth, r elf. T. Chandler, George F., c A. K, E. Collins, Guy N., s . Colwell, Louis Streit, r . Cook, Edith Hookway, .v Davis, Loren Arthur, c . Davis, Sila Lorena, s . K. A. 9. Downs, Jennie Baldwin, c A. dl. Dutton, Fred George, lx B. 9, Tl. Eckerson Ray, ls . . Ferguson, Samuel Isaac, lx Fikes, Maurice, r . . B. 0, ll. Flaherty, 1+'red'k Henry, I x French, Mansfield joseph, I .v A. K. lfl. Gager Charlesllituart, r . A. T. Gannett, Oscar john, I x Gardner, George Willis, c Gere, William joseph, ls Weedsport, Mexico, Syracuse, . Syracuse, McGrawville, Syracuse, Farmington, Verbank, . Clyde, . Syracuse, . Livonia Statio Newark, N. J., Le Roy, . Brownlee, Pa., Syracuse, . Herkimer, Chittenango, Syracuse, . Greene, . Galloo Island, Saville, . Syracuse, 67 . 108 Waverly Place A. Y. Chapter House 314 Gifford 1o8 Merriman Avenue . 239 Tallman The Florence . 1o6 Henry IOO4 Adams . 1o6 Henry . . I29 Bassett 9o5 University Avenue . 102 Marshall 723 Crouse Avenue . 1oo9 Harrison . 506 Madison ,439 Burnet Avenue . 406 Niagara . I32 South Avenue . . 6o4 Irving . 723 Crouse Avenue . . 1004 Adams - S14 Montgomery Gill, Charles L.,Z s . . Groat, George Gorham, c A. T. Hamblin, Frank Milton, r A, K. E. . Hamilton, Wm Clark, ls A. K. E. Harbottle, Anna Marion, K. K. 1'. Harris, Inez Abbie, ls . K. K. r. ' L' Henderson, Gerry Gibbs, r Hills, Anna May, I s A. fb. Hodge, William Beach, .1 . A. K. E. Hoffman, Nellie Magdalen, r . K. A, G. Holmes, Vernon William, ls . A. T. Honk, Harry Daniel, s . Houghton, Harris Ayres, A. K. E. L' Hynes, Harriet Augusta, c A. 'lk Jackson, Ion Andrew, ls A. K. E., Monastic Circle. Jenner, May Louise, ls . joy, Louis Fowler, c . elf. T. Kemp, Lilian A., s . . Kerkhoff, William Moss, c A. K. E. Klock, Alma Louise, c . I' -li B Syracuse, . Waterford, . Auburn, . . Pittsburgh, Pa., Pulaski, . Bradford, Pa., Wolcott, Binghamton, Palatine Bridge, Deposit, . Texas Valley, Owego, . Auburn, . 837 S. Beach 31o Ostrom Avenue . 1oo5 E. Genesee . E. Fayette 142 Garfield Avenue 620 Crouse Avenue . 321 Monroe . 102 Marshall 354 W. Onondaga . ' 568 Cedar 611 Irving . 619 Irving 1oo5 E. Genesee Camden, . 717 Crouse Avenue Akron, O., . . 614 University Avenue Clyde, - . III Marshall llion, 735 Crouse Avenue Delhi, . . ' 904 E. Genesee Chicago, . . 112 Irving Oneida, 731 Irving 68 4 I fi Langton, Louis Stone, lr Leiter, Milton Myers, 1.1 Levy, Aaron, r . Lewis, Daniel Morgan, lf . A. T. Lockard, Lorenzo lieecher,.v . -11. K, 111. Loveland, Stephen Burdette, 4' Macomber, Louis Elbert, r 'lt T. McGowan, joseph Robert, r . Meeker, Burton, .v . . Mische, Geo. Washington, .1 Morrell, William George, flu A. 0. Morton, jennnette Alicia, iNoulton, Jessie May, r . Olmstead, Charles Martin L' Z ,r. Paddock, Frank Ellsworth, 111. K. 'l'. Pakelnishky, Samuel, ls . Paxon, Nina Hannah,f . K. A. 0. Peck, Charles Luther, c fb, K, in Pitcher, John Benton, c . A. T. Potter, Mabel'Anna, c . K. K. F. Reed, Johnrirch, . WP. T. Reynolds, Howard Hunt, 'PJ T. L' Elbridge, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Utica, . liradford, Pa., 'l'aberg, . 7o5 University Avenue . . 411 Warren . . 716 Harrison 4II Comstock Avenue IZOI E. Genesee . IIOS 111. Genesee Fulton, . 608 Crouse Avenue Syracuse, . . 6o6 Willis Avenue Millerton, Pa., 515 Crouse Avenue Syracuse, . . zog Douglas Trenton, N. J., , , Mottville, . 6zo Crouse Avenue McConnellsvill1-, , IQ2 Marshall Bainbridge, . , , 321 Monroe Elbridge, , . 705 University Avenue Syracuse, , , H4 Burt Springville, 209 University Avenue Cortland, - .U . 239 Tallman Adams, . 411 Comstock Avenue SYVPICUSC, 707 Madison Richmond Mills, II2 Hem-y Belleville, . . 411 Comstock Avenue 69 Richards, Frank Llewellyn, r . B. 0. 11. . Richardson, Roy Spencer, I .r . A. K. E. Ritter, Carrie Adella Robi11son, Mary Etta, lx . . y v 1 lx. lx. l. Rogers, Lena, 1.1 . Rosenthal, Frank Aaron, I x . Rowland, Dix Halsey, 1.1 . . Sadler, john William A. T. Salsbury, Arthur Goodrich, r . fb, K. rv, Schenck, Fred Parmenter, f . Shaver, J. Harry, ls 'l'. T. Shepherd, Lucian Herbert,f . NP. T. Smith, Martha Elizabeth, ls . Southerst, Richard T., ls . A. K. E. Steele, Allen Dorman, .v . . 'IL A. 9. Stevens, Junius Wood, fr . A. T. ' Stone, Laura Isabel, c . . K. A, 9. Strayer, George Elmer, .yur . KP. T. Strayer, Olive Lucinda, .v . . I'. 41. B. Taylor, Archibald Bert, r . Tilbury, Harry Byron, c . . Tompkins, Ginevra F.,r . . Oswego, . Syracuse, Syracuse, Antwerp, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Troy, Pa., Rome, . . East Orange, N. J., Marathon, . Oswego, . North1Cann:1, . Syracuse, Elmira, Syracuse, LeRoy, . Denver, Col., Denver, Col., . Muncy Valley, Pa., Owego, .n Newark, N. J., . 70 1o7 Marshall . IOI 2 Adams ISZOT W. Onondaga . 310 E. Castle . S19 S. Salina . 513 jefferson . II23 lfVaShingtOn J. V. Chapter House 7o5 University Avenue . 713 Crouse Avenue 735 Crouse Avenue . 6o4 Crouse Avenue . 1oz Marshall IOO5 E. Genesee 731 Irving 522 N. Salina 109 Marshall 615 Irving .1 615 Irving . 612 Crouse Avenue 7 I3 Crouse Avenue . 109 Marshall Treadwell, Charles I-l.,f . . Oswego, . IO7 Marshall 11, 0. ll. Trowbridge, Florence li., .1 . Camillus, . . 167 Marshall l'. 1l'. ll, Walter, Isl-ank ll., r . . Ver11on, . 321 Monroe Wheeler, jesSie,Euno111ia, 1' . Auburn, . 1 102 IC. Fayette White, Charles Browning, r . Middleburgh., . . 723 Crouse Avenue NP. T. White, George Morenus, I s . Syracuse, . . 408 Douglas Whiteside, Milford john, 1' . Syracuse, . 618 Irving li, 0. H. Whitfield, George Frederick, f Clear Lake, Ia., . 610 University Avenue fl'. A. 0. Whittic, Lieber Everett, X .1 . Syracuse, . . 313 Almond 111, K, ilu- - Woese, Fred William, .yur . Syracuse, 621 Catherine -11, K. 111. 7 ' , Yorau, Amy listella, .yw . . East Creek, . 1 IO Raynor Avenue K. A, 0. FUNE HRT QQLILEQIIEQ Babcock, Lovern, m . . Fayetteville, . . , Beach, Frank Ambrose, .1 an . Medina, . . 211 University Place A. K. E. Benedict, Harry Loyd, ar . Syracuse, . . Hotel Mowry ID. K, W. Benedict, Hattie Louise, .1 Ill . Canton, Pa., . 717 Crouse Avenue Brace, Emma Alice, sp., .f m . Syracuse, . . The Florence Britcher, Susan Gay, nz . . Syracuse, . 7o7 S. West Brockett, Jean I-Ielmer, s m . Dolgeville, 110 Raynor Brockway, Lena Emily, s m . Syracuse, . . 319 Delaware Brooks, Efhe Belle, s ill . . N. Lansing, . . 928 Grape Brosmer, Caroline F., .vp . Oswego, . 71 avail. rl K. f , wi ' f I 'wif UL.. Buckley, Agnes Brenette, ur Budd, Hattie May, A. B., J Ill l', ill. B. Carey, james joseph, m . Carter, Belle Margaret, .v m Chandler, Ceo. Fletcher, 111 A. K. E. Collins, Kate Mary, s m . Coonley, Charles Francis, ar Cooper Ada Adelle, .r m . Cowles, Bessie, m . F. 'lk B. Crabtree, Sarah, s m Crofut, Mamie Ella, J m . Curtis, Minnie E., sim . Cushing, Mary Willard, s m Cutler Alice, x m . . Dalton, Mamie Bertha, s m Dana, Cordelia Cogswell, sp Dana, Mary Cogswell, rj: De Long, Lillian Adellf-,p Dunn, Alice Scott, B. 1'.,s Ill A. 111. Dunn, Sybel Belle, sp . A. Ill. Durston, Laura, .v m . Dwyer, Minnie Elizabeth,.v 111 Eltinge, Arthur, m . . Everett, Julius Franklin, ar Farrar, Bertha Charlotte, m ' Syracuse, . Syracuse, . Syracuse, Adams, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Cicero, . Oswego, . Clyde, . Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Moravia, . Morrisville, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse. Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Creek Locks, Poynette, Wis.. Albany, . 72 . 208 W. Genesee 706 University Avenue . . 204 Wallace 417 University Avenue . The Florence . 230 Rust 107 Marshall . . 500 Irving 732 Crouse Avenue . 114 W. Castle . 116 Madison 817 S. West . 938 Grape . 717 Crouse Avenue 206 Highland .l 206 Highland . 910 Danforth . Dunn Park . Dunn Park . 509 james 220 W. Fayette . 620 Crouse Avenue 716 Crouse Avenue . 614 Crouse Avenue Fearey, Ruth, 111 . Feek, Cory Fred, Ill' fl'. K. elf. Ferris, Anna Phebe, s Ill . Fisk, Fannie Cozett, s 111 . 5 K. K, I'. 1 Folkey, jennie,111 . 11. A. 0. Ford, Fannie Sarah, Ill . K, K. T. Foster, Carrie E., 1 111 . Gaggin, Thomas Walker, ar A. K. E. George, Florence Belle, 711 K. Dx, o. Goodjohn, Fannie A.,j1 . Graves, Lewis Eliha, 711 . Graves, Nathan Reed, ar Gray, George W., 711 , Griliith, Elizabeth, s 711 . Guernsey, Helen Miranda,jb A. 'lk Guernsey, Miriam Adelia, s Ill Harden, jessica l,usina,j1 Harrington, Minnie, B. P., s 111 A. lil. Hatmaker,.Susannah C., ill Henderson, Cora B., sip . Hopkins, Anna l.ora,sj1, . Hufibut, 'Jessie Whiting,j1 1' -I1 ll jeffrey, Haswell Clarke,j1 Syracuse, Syracuse, 1 . DeWitt, . Syracuse, Deposit, Fairfield, . Syracuse, Erie, Pa., . Rome, . Fulton, Scriba, . Syracuse, . E. Springfield, Syracuse, Canton, Pa., Canton, Pa., Marion, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Walton, Watervale, . Canastota, Syracuse, 73 702 Croton . 108 Harrison 317 Bear 568 Cedar . 1 IO Raynor . 208 Grape 1005 E. Genesee . 109 Marshall 906 Irving . 319 Monroe . . .401 Graves 705 University Avenue . III McClellan A. W. Chapter House A. W. Chapter House III Waverly Place . 1104 E. Adams . 105 Marshall ., 1 740 Harrison . 908 Harrison . 73I Irving 300 Green jewell, Clara Aleen, .v m . johnson, Caroline C., xp, 1' m jones, Lula Belle,j1 . Kelley, Celia Francis, s Ill Kipp, Lillie, .v In . . Lalor, Josephine Percy, .v 111 Lesser, Benjamin, .1 zu . Lewis, William Dodge, .1 m ill, K. NP, Lord, Esther Purdie, s an . Lowell, May Louisa, s Ill . K, A. G. Mackey, Anna Clarissa, Lv m Marsh, Mary Estelle, x Ill . Marshall, Laura jane, .1 111 . McCormiclc, Nina Irene, .1 m McCoy, Estelle Lytte, s m Messenger, Arabella j., s fn Michael, Burton, .1 ill . Miller, Anita Cleveland, .1 m Miller Josephine A., s m . i Mische, George W., 111 . Morrell, William George, .1 m Morse, Louise Tallman, 1 III Myers, Myrtie Budd, m . Oberlander, Amelia, s m . Page, Laura Tomlinson, m In dw. B. ' Palmer, Charlotte Cooke, 1- nz Homer, . Fredonia, Eaton, Oswego, West Faye Syracuse, Syracuse, Canton, Otselic, Syracuse, Geneva, Holley, Prattsville, Syracuse, Syracuse, Smyrna, New York Eaton, . Syracuse, Syracuse, 7 ne, Trenton, N Syracuse, Cortland, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, 74 .J. . 719 Crouse Avenue . 904 E. Genesee 619 Irving . lI43 S. Salina . . 705 Warren 705 University Avenue . 1027 E. Fayette 209 University Place . 419 Irving . 752 Harrison . . 120 Henry W. S. Passenger Station . 126 South Avenue . 411 Warren . 427 E. jefferson . 207 Park Avenue 209 Douglas 609 University Avenue . . 805 Butternut 705 University Avenue . 1000 E. Genesee Peck, Sarah Edith, .vp . Raymer, Harriet Frances, rj: Revels, Frederic William, ar Ili, K, NP. Ross, Jessie William, .v m Russ, Maud Louise, .v m . Scheider, Frederic W., m A. K. E. Sedgyick, Theodore, .v m Seiter, joseph Charles, 111 Seymour, Margaret Ely, .v m Sherman, Gail, sp . . ' Sherman, Margeret K., .v m Sherwood, Abigail Ann, .v m Simmons, Anna M., .r 111 . Smith, Bessie H., s m Smith, Florence May,j1 . , Stickle, Frederic Knight, ar dv. K. NP. Stinard, Bessie Beatrice, .r Ill Stoddard, Clara Louise, m Stoutenburg, Lottie C., r 111 Swartz, Archibald, ar . A. K. E. Tack, Mary Adella, s m . Taggart, julia Francis M., Taylor, Austianna Eliza, .v m I'. KD. B. Taylor, Lillian Brady, s 711 Timmons, Irena Mae,j1 . Fayetteville, Phelps, Olean, . Syracuse, Phoenix, . West Leyden, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Fayetteville, Syracuse, Weedsport, Syracuse, . Palmyra, . Penn Yan, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . City Island, Syracuse, . Syracuse, 75 . . .107 McClellan 7o5 University Avenue 21 2 Green . 62o Crouse Avenue . 1027 james ., 425 N. Salina 201 Rust I3I2 Park IO7 Cedar . IOII Madison IIQ South Avenue . 360 Westcott 7o5 University Avenue . Il I7 Bellevue Q. 107 Marshall . 117 E. Genesee . The Florence . 304 Beech 1318 E. Fayette . 7o3 E. Genesee . 7o5 Meliride The Florence O 'l'orrey, Franc David, s m . Verno11, . A. T. I Van Antwerp, Katherine I., 111 East Syracuse, Vernon, Viola, s m . . . Syracuse, . A. flf. Voorhees, Lesley E., .vp . lialdwinsville, Walsh, Wilhelmina F., sp . Syracuse, Walter, Elizabeth Emily, s 111 . Syracuse, Watkins, May, .v Ill . . Cazenovia, Weaver, Marion Emeline,j1 . Syracuse, . Whitney, Grace June, .v m . Clifton Springs, Wickwire, Charles Peters, nz Oneonta, . Wilkins, Frances Morris, .v m . Syracuse, Williams, Jessie Adelia, s nz . Syracuse, Wilson, Florence H., .v nz . . Auburn, . Wood, Pearl Gibson, .v 111 .' A. Syracuse, Wright, Florence, 5 m . . Penn Yan, Wright, Florence A., B. P., .v m Syracuse, Yates, Lucy Catherine, m . Geddes, . 76 lf 'gm ,. ,. U , ,,.. ., 11 -111,11 6 J. V. Chapter House 703 Irving 614 Univtrsity Place 357 W. Onondaga . 123 Monroe 119 South Avenue . 665 Madison 710 Madison , 664 Madison . 512 Almond . T32 Grape . 1117 E. Genesee The Florence S15fis'1iT:?Q:11x?sIs.1g:2.1p , ,,f , ,Mm I mai.-K. ' Q FHRST Tlifillii SVECHHL STUDENTS, 326 NOT CANDIDATES FOR A DEGREE. Brown, Agnes, ' Chittenango, . I27 Quince Brusie, Sanford, . Boston Corners, . IOOQ Harrison Caswell, Frederick M., . Deposit, . . 735 Crouse Avenue Deming, Ernest R., . Syracuse, . . . 123 Leon Euesler, janet Louisa, , Clayville, . 1o6 Henry Green, Joseph Douglas, . Syracuse, . . 55 The Mowry Hagaman, Charles Abraham, Albany, . V Harris, Charles Everett, Webster, . 612 Irving Huntley, Florence Alburta, Syracuse, . . 1105 E. Genesee King, Clara Searing, . Syracuse, . III Sh-onnard McFarland, Charles Tucker, East Syracuse, . Dixon House McMahon, William McN., Caughdenoy, . . Myers, Laurence joseph, Syracuse, . . 307 Hawley Schuyler, Erwin Harrison, Fairmount, . ,. Sherwood, Florence Camp'll, . Brewerton, . . Slater, Harriet Douglas W. Brooklyn, Ill Waverly Place Smith, Arthur Jerome, . Antwerp, . 6io'University Avenue Titcomb, Eugenia Elizabeth Mayfield, . 620 Crouse Avenue Vickery Stephen Archibald, Latimer, Conn., . . 1o6 Adams Welton, Charles Elmer, . Elizabeth, N. I., 1l'. A. 9. ' Wilkin, Harriet Emily, . Fayetteville, . . . Wilson, Anna May, Lee, Mass., . 209 University Place 77 'N X43-till? ie! ills?" Qu. A ,'A'.--,fy 335' ilu l "U ,,,, i Que GlTlfillNlElSllEllL. STUDENTS, Allen, Eva Frances, Andursky, Rebecca, Baltes, Laura Alice, Barrett, Flora Isabel, . Barnum, Ethel Alexander Barnum, Eugenia Helena, Beardslee, Blanche Beth, Blumer, Lillian Grace, . Boyd, Emma Harriet, . Brown, Edly Emily, Campbell, Lewis H., . Chapman, Hettie Alida, . Churchill, Herman, Collins, Clara Bessie, Corson, Kittie, ' . Crabtree, Elizabeth, De Lisle, Florence, . De Long, Louise Mabel, . Dewey, Edith Lucina, . Driscoll, john Allen, Evans, Bertha, . lfearey, Bessie Babcock, 'Fife Gertrude Allamore ! ! Ford, Carrie Ellen, v v w Im. lx, l, Fox, john Nelson, . I Fox, Royal Edward, Gage, Isabel Cordelia, . as Sy racuse, Syracuse, . Oswego, Canastota, Syracuse, . Syracuse, . East Canton, Pa., Collamer, . Albany, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Scipio, . East Scott, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Oswego, . Syracuse, . North Manlius, Billingsville, Ind., Syracuse, . Syracuse, . Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, Syracuse, . 78 IOS W. Adams . 756 Harrison 803 University Avenue . Crouse Avenue . 717 Crouse Avenue . 73o Mulberry . 612 Crouse Avenue . 212 Shonnard . 314 Crouse Avenue . IO8 McClellan 515 Crouse Avenue 230 Milton Avenue . 104 Standart 1 I4 W. Castle . 540 Midland goo University Avenue . 1 . 702 Croton . 702 Croton . Vanderbilt House . 710 S. West . 3o3 Lowell Avenue 303 Lowell Avenue 612 University Avenue Gaylord, Beulah Vaugh Gilbo, Helen Claudie, Grant Mary Ella, . Hildreth Edna, . Hookway, Clara Grace, Horn, Mary Josephine, Hurlbut, Helen Aurelia, Pl 1b. B. Ireland, Maud Louise, Kelley, Mabel Alice, 1 Krause, Anna Louisa, Long, Bertha Isadore, McCoy, Daisy Mary, Moore, Mabel Leonine, Morrison, Lulu Louise, Mugford, Marietta, nr O'Bryon, George Elmer, Rosman, Morris, . Reed, Clara Gere, . 12 ill, B. Sawyer, Grace julia, Schlink, LeRoy Derrick, . . Selleck, Nettie Grace, Seymour, Ida Florence, Share, Minnie May, Sherwood, Fannie Mary, . . Smalley, Elizabeth Carri Smalley, Frank Mathew, ev Vernon, Stephen Barker, Walch, Anna Maria, Wood, Helen Mabel, Wyckoff, Edith Clymer, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Canastota Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Erieville, 7 Lowville, ' M Lubeck, Elmira, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Marcellus, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Syracuse, Savannah Syracuse, 79 el? 7 e., . The Kenyon . . 909 W. Fayette 504 University Avenue . . Oak and Park . 753 Harrison . 614 Crouse Avenue . 804 S. Salina . 211 E. Adams 705 University Avenue 323 Renwick Avenue . W. S. Pass. Station . 2I3 E. Castle . 213 E. Castle . Crouse College . GII4 Crouse Avenue . 406 E. Adams . 604 Crouse Avenue 700 University Avenue . 805 McBride . 318 E.,Castle . SGI Cedar . 126 Seymour 607 University Avenue 607 University Avenue . . 702 Irving . 357 W. Onondaga . 112 McClellan . 1317 E. Genesee s CCILLEQE CDF MEmculN1E., 2 :gi f I ' D ' 2"7i:."l1l . Q ff N . g15,4 . ga OFFIQERS. V . I - j .. . f STEWART S. BIBBENS. - I-Iugnm B. HAWLEY. ,1oEV.Lnw1s. vu , L -. Q VICTORIA, M. KEM1fEIQ,,i, X LELRQY F. HOLLIS, Q- 1 5: -yung K ,l ,jf i P . -- 4 '-21. 'M ' ' ,bl Y'z'5'k fi---fggf. zifirwsiw 1 ' w -,Q HHSTQRT QF 9953. iii ri' Epgyglg beginning the history of the class of '93, it behooves us to dwell somewhat on one of the most daring, beneficial and strik- ingly wonderful achievements in the advancement of medical science: namely, the establishment of a chair of Spiritual Science. The illustrious class of '93 had scarcely been matriculated when they felt welling up within them an interest in their Alma Mafaz' such as is usual only with 'Seniors and Alumni. Eager to bestow upon the college some strik- ing and permanent benefit, the leaders of the class thought long and pro- foundly before hitting upon a suitable plan. It was early determined not to burden the faculty with flags, monumental Stones and useless claptrap. No, the proper thing to do was to found and suitably endow aunew professorship. As soon as this bright idea was proposed, all immediately declared that the new chair should be known as the chair of Spiritualistic Science, a depart- ment vastly and increasing1'y important, yet utterly neglected. How eleva- ting and broadening in its influence must be the new department, well- manned, well-equipped, and well-endowed! . In these days of progressive medicine, of independence in all branches of thought, what could be more grandly audacious than to add to the rmztcria ,,,,f,l1',-fr of the regular the spiritualistic auxiliaries of the disciples of Hahne- mann. Henceforth physics and psychics should go hand in hand. Yes, it must be, and the arrangements were forwarded with vigor and expedition, Before the wintry snows had exposed Mother Earth in all her muddy loveliness, the industrious class of ,93 had elected a professor, pro- vided a. sumptuous equipment and compiled a suitable endowment. - As for the professor there was but one man who could have any claim upon a position of so much honor. influence and opulence. Dr. S. Diakka Cheesebrough, whose eminent talents and preternatural powers had already i 8 I ,JO A I xi I 4 i L yi 1 'F excited the attention of all men, both living and dead, was unanimously elected to the chair. He demurred long before accepting but finally yielded when he ascertained the marvellously complete equipment that his laboratory would certainly receive. This equipment comprised the following rare and useful articles : Thirteen skulls of unfortunate victims of hangings and electrocutions. Three sheets to cover the spiritual nakedness of ghostly visitants. Four wigs for the better disguise of the same, male and female, blonde and brunette. Four hundred loudlyiexplosive torpedoes. Thirteen sticks of fused phosphorus. It is true the learned professor expressed some perplexity at the two last named articles. While he was perfectly familiar with the use of skulls and sheets and masks, he confessed that he had never seen any advantage in the use of torpedoes and phosphorus during a seance.- With the liberalism ofa great and lofty mind, the venerable doctor yielded to the students, trusting that in the great and important strides he should make in the sci- ence, he would find some use even for torpedoes and phosphorusg and he did, and very shortly too. The inauguration of the new professor took place in a blaze of glory. The blaze being due to the phosphorus liberally daubed on the walls of the "amphitheatre." AS fOr the torpedoes, the advent of the mighty spirits of the deceased villains who once owned the aforesaid skulls were hailed with a din grand enough to put Jove and his entire thundering"'panthe'on to shame. Strong men fell down and rolled beneath the seats in an agony of spiritual power. Women fainted and were borne breathless and bloodless to the city ambulance. And the professor? Well, the professor astounded at the stupendous results of his own art has never delivered before his beloved and zealous students another lecture. Space and time do not permit us to describe all the wonderful achieve- ments of the class of '93, At some 'future day, some abler historian may arise whose bosom will swell with pride as he relates how the class of '92, bloated with wind and bursting with envy--foolish mortals-had the audacity to challengelthe class of ,93 to an intellectual contesf. He will tell you of their ignominious defeat, of their utter inability to stand against the furious onslaught of the keen and comprehensive intellects of the class of '93, how, 82 l driven from the fruitful fields of Illalcrhz JM-ffm: and YWL-r1ybe11f12's, they took refuge behind the fort of Surgery-again dislodged, they betook themselves to their sole remaining refuge, castle 1'aMalagy,' how some of their bravest warriors met their doom in a single-handed contest with one known as Aculc Sf0llllll'l'fliY,' how the remainder, weary and hopeless, hauled down their colors, and weeping promised, if their lives were spared, never again to question the Supremacy of '93, how, moved by their pitiable plight, our magnanimous souls pardoned their heinous offence. This future historian inspired by the magnitude and glory of his theme will grow eloquent as he dilates on the wonderful and astonishing discoveries made by that famous band of indefatigable heroes, the class of '93, He will shed tears of joy as he contemplates how that arch-enemy of mankind, Disease, so long the willing tool of his Satanic' Majesty, has at last been robbed of his terrors by the surgeon's knife. Ye quarks and nastrum wanders henceforth de- part! All unfortunates afflicted with any malady known or unknown, malig-' nant or benign, can alike be relieved of their sufferings for once and always by a simple operation named after its discoverer and known in all modern text books on surgery as Ama.r'.v Awqmlalzkm. The site selected is the ned: and if the operation is done immediately under strict antiseptic precaution, success is positive. I regret exceedingly, Dear Faz'rz'ng, that a more accurate account of your discoveries were not kept so that the coming historian could do justice to them. Above all I regret the loss of the plans and description of that mar- vellously delicate mechanism by which the color imparted to the breath by mint could be distinguished. I cannot help but mention our illustrious Haw- ley, How the world rang with applause when you read your brilliant paper on the use of Potassium Bromide, to the nurses of the House of Good Shep- herd. How you won renown for yourself and your class when by intricate research you discovered the membrane which ever after bore your name. Space does not allow me speak at length of our renowned druggist with his Bib, of our Btllfjfl players, of our lilaafznwgq ban' ba!! magmm-sg nor will I Levy on your patience by a lengthy discussion of the JLzra'z'hoad of '93. Empty indeed would be the history of the class of '93 were it not made Fuller by some reference to our beloved Jllflzdmz. Histmanly form, his mas- siveibrow, his stately walk, his sphinx-like face, his complete self-control, all 83 betoken agar! rather than a man. With this brief. and modest account of the class of '93, your historian finishes his tale, reserving only the motto, Vl'Cflll'liI is ours. Crane, Ellis, .. . Secretary. Engelhardt, lfrancis G, 4. 11. Fay, Fred S., . Vice-President. johnson, William D., Peck, Louis K., Treasurer. Scott, Walter A., . Vernooy, Charles D., Williams, U. Grant, Wynkoop, Edward J., President, elf. T,, 0, N, E., Ames,4Winf1eld l-I., . Barnes, Hetty, . Bibbins, Stewart S., President. Blumenthal, Oliver A., Carpenter, Paul 'l'., . B. 0, fl. Fuller, Melvin M., . B. e. 11. E 556 TW D YEAR. . Otisco Valley, . Syracuse, . E. Onondaga, . Stone Church, . Syracuse, . . Greenwich, . . Accord, . . Little Neck, . . Syracuse, . B. A. B. ale SEQGND YEHR, . Syracuse, . . Belleville . . Syracuse, . . Syracuse, . . Cortland, . . Gloversville, 84 . 107 Marshall . 322 Prospect Avenue College Medicine . 302 Orange . 908 N. Alvord 307 Montgomery . 302 Orange 323 Crouse Avenue . . 406 James 509 Walnut Avenue 1031 E. Fayette 219 South Avenue 326 Montgomery . 613 Irving 61 1 Irving ll' . , I 15311. , M Harding, john R., . . Syracuse, . Hawley, Hiram B., . 7 . . -Syracuse, - Vice-President, Z-'I'., 6. N. E., ' Hollis, LeRoy F., . - Lacona, - Historian, B. A. B., 6. N. E. - Kemter, Victoria M., . -. Syracuse, Trcdsurer. Levy, I. Harris B. Ph.. C. :Sn C. Lewis, Joe V., . A Secretary. Richardson, George L., . . Andrews, James E., . Bevillard, E. P., - Chase, H. Bertha, . Carpenter, Eugene H., Clapper, William B., Clark, George B., . Covell, Charles A., . Dunn, Margaret E., Galvin, J. Edward, . Hartson, Jesse A., . Hayes, James D., . Horel, J. Perry, Miller, A. F., . Phelps, Robert H., L Quirk, John M., . Syracuse, . Prattsburgh, Syracuse, . 575 , IFHRST ll EHR. Erieville, Rome, . Monteiuma Rome, Eddytown W. Taghkanic Prattsburgh Syracuse Camillus Delta, Syracuse Perryville Syracuse Norwich Havana ,L '.,,'e1-M'-Q1 ,f.:', miie-fx r..-,ca .ie-.. -..-1.'.f.ws ifwfi2'.Fl.'fL.X'L.IJd..wi5 .- . 1336 ,Mulberry IIO0 N. Salina . 1o4 Marshall 717 Midland Avenue' . 716 Harrison' . 3oz Orange . 7o7 Montgomery 703 E. Genesee College Medicine 713 E1 Fayette , 726 E Payette 726 F Fayette 6Vl1'Il'Vll'lg' 527 Cedarf 1 310 Courtr 8oz Almond 107 Marshall 215 W Genesee 1500 N Salma Q,1o15 Court College Medicine. ' 419 Lodi' 1 1 'W Raymond, Mary E., Reidy, Gregory, Ringrose, Frank M., liobinson, Francis A. Ryan, jesse 'l'., . Sheldon, Ralph, . Smith, Mrs. Regina lf., . . Wilson, Robert B., . 1-slack, ous F., . . Conyon, Eugene A., Hotaling, Albert S. . CD. K. Y., C, K5 C. Arthur Rulancl S., . A.1c. n., 11. A. is., 0. N. I+.. Norwich, Syracuse, . Point Rock, . l,ee Center, Syracuse, l.yons, . Elmira, . Sacketts Harbor, BK SWEQHHL STMDENTS, Cambridge, Syracuse, Syracuse, . Syracuse, -QSQ E' A5 ' 86 Mass., 713 E. Fayette 510 Almond . 703 E. Genesee 107 Marshall . 510 Lock . 618 E. Fayette . 418 Willow . 703 E. Genesee . 201 Hawley 313 Crouse Avenue 117 South Avenue 728 E. Fayette l r SUMMARY or sTu1sE1N1Ts., ' f LIIBIERHL HRT QCJLILIEGIE. Pbst4lGradu2.1e Students, . . , , , 'Resident Post-Graduate, . Senior Class,, . l . junior Class, . Sophomore Class, Q' 'Freshman Class, . Special Students, . S l S at Hue Post-Graduate Students, . Senior Class, . I. , Junior Class, . D Sophomore Class, . Freshman Class, 1 , , Gymnasial .Students in Music, l sorties or mepnsulue. j Third Year, . . Second Year, ' . First Year, . . Special Students, . Nafrnes repeated, f in l Total, - X53 .52 91N IOS- 56 ' .1 .15 42 128 .gi C33 23 4 1 ' ., ., ,., 'J mmnnizs w. lmuum'T,'A. M., vu. n. ' - ' EDGAR A. EMENSQ A- N ,fai- WILLIAM Il. MACE, A. M. vu.xNK1.lN .1. HOLZWAHTH, vu. D. ons C- SKEELEI 0 Q www: ,wr-m V nm ian. Qigeinies Fie1'ngiI'i, Bit -VY I,Ii:S W. HARCI'l"1', A. M., PI-1. D., the new professor of Biology is a native of Indiana. Reared on the farm, his early education was through the public schools. Later, residence in Indianapolis afforded him the excellent advantages of the city high school. lfrom this he entered the Freshman Class of Moore's Hill College, where he graduated in 1877. After graduation he was received into the South East Indiana Conference and en- gaged for several years in pastoral work, prosecuting at the same time grad- uate study in science. Deciding to make teaching his life work, he became a resident student in the Boston University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Theology, in the latter of which he was assistant in the Biological Labo- ratory. Later he also studied and carried on researches in the Indiana State University, and in the Marine Biological Laboratory. During the past sum-- mer he was Associate Director and Lecturer in the Biological Laboratory of the Brooklyn Institute. In 1885 he received the degree of A. M. upon exam- ination. In 1890 he was promoted to the degree of Ph. D., jim mcrita, by the Ohio University, in recognition of published investigations. He filled the chair of Natural Sciences in his alma mater, for three years, beginning with 1885. This position was resigned in 1888 to accept the call to the Chair of liiology, in Miami University, Ohio, which position he resigned to accept the similar professorship in Syracuse University. Dr. Hargitt is a member of the Indiana Academy of Sciences, of the American Association of lilntomologists, and Fellow of the American Associ- ation for the Advancement of Science, in whose proceedings he has published several researches. He has also been a frequentcontributor to the biologi- cal journals of the country, some of which contributions have been reprinted abroad. up V Under his direction the department of Biology in Miami University be- came one of the most prominent in the State, its equipment in certain lines being unsurpassed. .. 91 A a 'I . r v 71 . , P. n- . W.. 31 If i 1 L K Q' , M I 4. ' 'ls 'hr 'V rf.-2, I... V , , V i 'if ew. .,,WW, ,.., , Engage, 555 -EDGAR A. EMENS, A. M., the Adjunct Professor of Greek, was born in Fayette, N. Y. He is thirty years of age. He prepared for college in the class of 1882 at Cazenovia Seminary and afterwards took the classical course at Wesleyan, and was graduated with honors with the class of '86, During his college course he gave special attention to the study of Greek land Latin, his work in Latin being so thorough that he was' awarded a special honor. The first year after his graduation he spent as the Principal of the Graded School at Eaton, N. Y The next two years he taught Latin and Greek at Canandaigua Academy. For the last two years Prof. Emens has taught these same subjects, at the. Genesee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima. A While at Wesleyan he was a member of the W. N H. Society, well and more popularly known as the Eclectic Society. Prof. Emens is a wearer of a 42. lf. K. key, an honor for which any student will work hard and long. Prof. Emens has proved himself a popular man here, and his work is deserving of .compliment 92 L' 2 Vu. L EDP. Fiol5vsG?e1rflij. 556 RANKLIN .IAMES HOLZWARTH was born at Lafargeville, jefferson ' County, N. Y., the 3d of December, 1864. His parents are both natives of Wurtemberg, Germany, his father being a prominent German clergyman in the Evangelical Association. Between the ages of seven and sixteen he attended schools at Rochester, Lyons and Syracuse, always having a preference for literary studies. He entered Northwestern College at Naperville, Ill., in the fall of 1881, where he remained three years, preparing in the classical course, taking some of the studies in German. In 1884 he entered the classical course in Syracuse University and in consideration of his advance work was able to graduate with the class of '87, immediately entering upon the post-graduate course in German Language and Literature. In 1888 he received the degree of A. M. After pursuing post graduate studies in German for three years the degree of Ph. D. was conferred' upon him. He then became principal of Manlius public school for one yearg Chaplain of the Oneida County House at Rome, N. Y., two yearsg pastor of the Emanuel Evangelical Church of Syracuse two years, constantly using the German language. In june, 1891, he was elected in- structor in German in Syracuse University, which position he is now compe- tently filling. 93 vb I I Ig Q , - , , . . .pr-P,s , 4 ex- lv' A, aa- -ma -,lmfml 'n f . Q Qfis eslyzele. Pi? W ATISJC. SKEIELE, the gymnasium instructor, was born in Waltham, Mass. When quite young he became a member of the Young Men's Christian Association, being a regular attendant at the gymnasium classes. In 1888 he was elected Assistant Secretary of the Association, at the same time having charge of the gymnastics in the Boys' Department. It was then Mr. Skeele decided to take up the study of physical culture as a profession. With that in view he joined the Young Men's Christian Association in Bos- ton fwhich association has one of the finest gymnasiums in the countryj, and took an active part in gymnastics. In January, ISQI, he entered the Posse Normal School of Swedish Gymnastics in Boston, from which School he comes here. This school is the finest of its kind in this country, and is modeled after the Royal Gymnastic Central Institute of Stockholm. From time to time, during his first term at the Normal School, Mr. Skeele had occasion to conduct a great many practice classes in connection with the school, and he showed such an adaptability as a teacher that he was made Assistant Instruc- tor, and subsequently Instructor in Wands, Dumb Bells and Indian Clubs. Besides being Instructor in the Posse Normal School, Mr. Skeele was also Assistant Instructor of the Scandinavian Gymnastic Club of Boston, of which he is now a member. The club is composed mostly of Scandinavians, and men who have been in the gymnasium for many years, and consequently practice advanced gymnastics. Mr. Skeele has had much experience in teaching, having-had classes of men, women and children of all ages. The new Instructor, although a very young man for his responsible posi- tion, is proving himself adequate to the necessities of his work, as well as being an instructor thoroughly popular with those under his instruction. 94 J A uhh Q E x 1 1- f t 1 K X,.:'-' 2 , 5 ,gig . . p l A! I NX Xi, f lx 553. 1 f A 1 ' I :ff-JPTMV' f EQ? - :fm ' .V 1- A f Xmx 'lx . 7 v. 9 4- .Q 1 L if kgllkfrl p d X ,Q 5 ' I L 55. 'x ' " 3. X 1 V s I ' d iv AS V '- .,r . 4, 1 5 I I I 6' -R Q, 1 X f lf f f nw nf . I l VJ? ogy? ,il J-3 'v 4 'F is W Q0 M 1 in 1 5 X K l . L: Metra Kawai Everton. r FOUNDED AT YALE 1844. . , NE V llVll'iill Gigllfllfiiill CIl'MlIlVTEl'l..l ' ESTABLISHED 1871. fi FRATRESIN FACuLTATE. , . J SCOTT CLARK, A. M., Professor of Rhetoric, English Criticism and Elocution. SEPH T. FISCHER, B. Ph., Instructor in Modern Languages. DUNLAP, M. D., Professor of Dermatology. L Hx-:I-'FRoN, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. H. Lewis, A. M., Lecturer on Forensic Medicine. W. DOUGLAS, B. Mus., Assistant ,Instructor in Vocal Music. GAGGIN, Instructor. in Perspective Drawing. ' . RESIDENT PO5TfGKADUATE MEMBER. i Oscar .Rogers Whitford,,A. B., fMineralogXj, '9o. g ' 'UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. Edward S. Allis, f Edwin H. Gaggin, Leon Carley, f ' Irving C. Rankin, 'Charles W.vFyfe, Luther O. Wadleigh, ' ' .Q ' ' 'Frederick H. Watkins. . , 'f 1 NINETV-THREE. Robert E. Brettle, 11-loward W. Crydenwise, Edward H. Dann, Cieorge F. Chandler, Mansfield J French, 'Fred Q. ,Lewis, ' 'Frank A. Beach, ' T. Walker Gaggin, A Frankl,M. Hahmblin, William M. Kerkho Arthur S. Ruland, Gurdon R. Miller, Lewis P. Smith. Frank S. Miller, Roy S. Richardson, Charles G. Little. William B. Hodge, Harris A. Houghton, A Ion A. Jackson, William C Hamilton, Frederic'W..Schlieder. ,Q , s-Q , 17 , . .- . --,--......,..,v ' ' 'A -ffJ'x7A5"F M Syff-M14 PHI GAMMA OF DELTA KAPPA EPSILOX. f' f, , f X ,I Ax. Mx 'K N f mi P5533 " H ,lf Nff wc ff Liga 5 wlwf' ll ll I I N 3 Aw ' .- V, ,... - - Q ,V V,,Y x L Qmov ua gfigi Q53 Y W IRGLIL. GF CHAPTERS. PHI, Yale University, . THETA,BOWdOm Cohegq . XI, Colby University, . SIGMA, Amherst College, . Psi, University of Alabama, U11s1I.oN, Brown University, CHI, University of Mississippi, . BETA, University of North Carolixia, ETA, University of Virginia, . I ALPHA, Harvard University, LAMBDA,Kenyon CoHegq Pg Darmnouth CoHege, 7. IOTA, Uimiversityof Kentucky, . AI.I1HA ALPHA, Middlebury College, OMICRON, University of Michigan, . EPs1t0N,'wi11iams College, . . RHo, Lafayette College, . TAU,Hannhon,. . MU, Madison University, . . Nu, College of the City of New York, BETA PHI, University of Rochester, PHI CHI, Rutgers College, . . PSI PHI, De Pauw University, . GAMMA PHI, Wesleyan University, . . , PS1 OM1:cA, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, . BETA CHI, Adelbert College, . . . DELTA CHI, Cornell University . PI-II GAMMA, Syracuse University, . BETA BETA,C0hUHbm CoHegq . . THETA Z1c'1'A, -University of California, , ALPHA CHI, Trinity College, . . P1-11 E11sILoN, University of Minnesota, . SIGMA TAU, Mass. Ihstitute of Technology, 97 , fffifb. . ' J' 'I' .Q ,in , , . 11211, M 1r.. -'.'." f im' mi 1844 1844 1845 1846 1847 1850 1850 1850 1852 1852 1852 1853 1854 1855 1855 1855 1855 1856 1856 1856 1856 1861 1866 1867 1867 1868 1870 1871 1374 1876 1879 1889 1890 ,WA V, Wbm U A FRHTRES Allen, C. Loomis, Syracuse '92, . Andrews, Charles W., Harvard '82, . Ayres, Frederick S., Syracuse '80, Bardeen, C. R., Harvard '92, . Boese, Quincy Ward, Columbia, . Clark, J. Scott, A. M., Syracuse '77, . Cook, Charles C., Syracuse '91, . Crowley, William B., Syracuse '89, . Dunlap, William H., M. D., Syracuse ' Eddy, Jesse T., Syracuse '91, . . Edgcomb, E. I., Syracuse '89, . Fischer, joseph 'l'. D., Syracuse '84, Foote, W. Y., Syracuse '87, . . Forbes, Claude L., Yale '89, . liuller, Lewis E., Syracuse '82, Fuller, Henry R., Syracuse '83, lfuller, William B., Syracuse '85, . Heffron, john L., M. ll., Colgate '76, Humbert, Edward C., Syracuse '81, ' . King, George L., Harvard, . . Kinne, E. Olin, M. D., Syracuse '76, . Kinyon, Oscar C., Syracuse '82, . Kinyon, Elmer L., Harvard '9o, Lathrop, Charles D., Syracuse '75, . Lewis, Ceylon H., Colgate '73, . Lyman, Edwin P., Syracuse '93, . Marion, Frank J., Syracuse '90, . . HN WEEE. . . . IO05 E. Genesee Snow Building . Clinton Block IIO7 lil. Genesee . Larned Building . . . 9o7 University Avenue Syracuse Savings Bank Building . . White Memorial Building 75, . . . 4o8 E. Genesee . " News" Office . Clinton Block 618 Crouse Avenue . . . 5o 'l'he 'Florence . Syracuse Savings Bank Building . . . . Wieting Block . University Avenue, Cor. Madison . . . . 337 Delaware - . . 91o N. Salina . H4 and lI6 N. Salina 3, 4, 5 Granger ,Block . IIOI E. Genesee . 1412 Spring . . . . . 1412 Spring "Northern Christian Advocate" Oliice . . White Memorial Building . . . 326 Hawley "Standard " Oflice . 98 41.3 1 WH 1 I Marvin, Harry N., Syracuse '83, . Newell, j. E., Colgate '86, . . . . Nottingham, William E., Ph. D., Syracuse '76, Nottingham, Thomas W., Syracuse '85, . Oliver, Frank E., Syracuse '91, . . . Pittman, S. Kemp, University of Michigan '87 Potter, Albert P., Hamilton '67, . . . Ragan, Henry H., Yale, .I Risley, Adna W., Colgate '94, Spalding, Colin A., Syracuse '82, Stilwell, G. H., Amherst '61, . Tyler, L. D., Syracuse '82, Vann, Hon. Irving G., Yale, 301 Slocum Avenue " Jerry Rescue" Block . . Clinton Block . joy Building . University Avenue . The Mowry . 7o7 Madison llurston Block . . lO5 ldliot . III E1 Jefferson 1945 W. Genesee Wieting Block Court House Wells, Edwin M., Syracuse '82, . . . . lnirned Building Wicks, Fred., Yale '73, . . . 7 Syracuse Savings Bank Building Whitford, Noble E., Syracuse '89, . . . . 904 l'l.iGenesee Yates, Halsted, Yale, . . . Greenway Place ID., K., IE.. EILUNNH EISSQQMITHQNS. New York City, Providence, Cleveland, New England, Central Club, Northwest, Northwestern, Chicago, Rochester, Detroit, Buffalo, Central New York, Pacific Coast, Kentucky, Albany, 1 Washington, Northwest, Kansas City. 99 - "J"'a.. 4 DELTA KHIVVEI EWSHLQN. 356 'HE PHI GAMMA CHAPTER of Delta Kappa Epsilon, the first of the present existing fraternity chapters in Syracuse University was established here twenty-one years ago. The chapter owes its birth chiefly to the heroic efforts of two men, Prof. j. H. Durston, Yale, '69, formerly Pro- fessor of Mlodern Languages in Syracuse University, and W. F. Steele, Wes- leyan, '71, and Syracuse, '72, The Fraternity convention was held in Ithaca in 1871. Mr. Steele went direct to the convention, while Prof. Durston made a hurried trip to New York to secure valuable documents. With these in his pocket he started for Ithaca 5 but he missed train connections when within ten miles of the city. The convention was then in its last session, and delay with those documents he knew would be fatal to the granting of a new charter. With quick perception he chartered a workman's hand-car and pumped his way to Ithaca. ' The debate for granting the new charter was just closing when he ar- rived. Steele greeted him, and it was evident that things looked dark for A. K. E. in Syracuse. Prof. Durston turned back the ebb of opposition by his plea for a unanimous vote, and Phi Gamma was born. From that date its object has been three-fold, the development of the intellectual, moral, and social qualities of its men. The conservative policy of the Fraternity admits of only a limited number of candidates each year. On a night in july, 1881, the chapter rooms in the old Wieting Block were destroyed by fire-together with memorabilia and records that can never be replaced. But when the structure was rebuilt, a lodge hall in the same corner was leased and is still occupied by the Dekes. Out of 1o8 com- mencement appointments of Fraternity men which have been made A. 1i'. E. has received 41 of them, and pf all the athletic honors given in Syracuse University, A. lf. E. has'received IO3 first prizes. Each year the Deke Club house is thrown open in a general reception. , EDWARD H. DANN. IOO , I W oT,'p.1 V , ' . .. , . as J . ' ,,..,i 'xr 1 Q J, fi, ,Y - Y, .Nagin it A 'l .mf11..tad!lIfi:,l1.i.11,mvf'm1f..., IDIELTEI' QllV5lllL.CQ3lNl. FOUNDED AT wn.LiAMs coL., 1834. . e322 SYKHCMSE QIHIFJWTEIE.. ESTABLISHED 1873- O . fro e v S tfffll. ft l I - J H.-. v 1' FRATRE5 IN FACULTATE. A. M., Ph. IJ., Professor of the Latin Language and Literature. 1 HPZNRY A. Pack, A. M., Director of the Observatory and Instructor in Mathematics. ERNEST N. PA'l'1'Ei-1, M. S., Instructor in Chemistry. AR'l'iiUi: B. CLARK, M. Ar., Instructor in Architecture. FRANK SmAr.1.1-zv, UNDERGRADUATE MEMBEKS. NlNl-2'l'V-TWO. Howard j. Banker, Albert IC. Hall, Arthur G. l.eacock, N l N l'I'l' V-'I' H R Eli. Charles A. Metz, William I-I. Perry, Henry Phillips, Bertrand C, Richardson. Earl D. Shepherd, Avery W. Skinner, joseph A. Wright. ' Sherman Rouse, Ernest M. Ten Broeck, Lorenzo ll. Van Arnam, William H. Wakeham, Frederic E. Walton. NlNE'l'Y-FOUR. Frank l'. Brill, Oliver V. Clark, Kingsley I". Congdon, Clarence N. Goodwin, Schuyler l". Herron, Frank W. Noxon, l-Bertrand M. 'l'ippIe. NlNl'I'I'V- IVIV li. Arthur IJ. Berry, Charles S. Gager, George G. Groat, Vernon W. Holrries, john B. Pitcher, John W. Sadler, junius W. Stevens:- 102 . 'W , 1 f ' V ,. .,.. ,,. . Y - 1'.' .uf-nm A. -X 1 ' Ml ,- A ff, ,. r ff XY .fa "' I ' T n u QIAQIQE9' ,AIT ,. X . ' ' A -, 'f k , ,4.,..'. . .. ,,X,,. - 0 - f FWF Q , , J 5 9 K, , I i - Wfpbf-.rt 1, Q . WN fb f x .7 gang, ' F X. 1 . ..,w1NN Z 4 elf? Y CV' f '72 i' ' ' f 5 fw IM --l 'N'7'W'7 N f ' jf .' W I. : .I : '- "L . iw ., fff' , fESs ,, ,.iz6,,. A 11 1293 f Ufvnw wwf' fx -- V .P IR 1 f 71 - s 6 '11 ,5 1 is a im .lf :cal Adxaia, Ass? 1 " , fA ' MW V' f if 1 uw 1 fnpynynua I FFT.fv'1v'.c1,:.3gfjf'5iyQ 'V , .Mill 1 A , 2 . .1 F"'f-... I , - 1. - ,,..m- 6. H iw , w 54,-21 ,1 " ' . Ei I 'WL' ' W.s,,a V ww Q fi 1. . I . A , x 'J . w., Q . ,. I. KL 37' V143 .1 an i '15 xii' 51 , V ' . nom, or Qriarrrens, Williams College ,.... 1834 Union College, 1838 Amherst College, 1847 Hamilton College, . 1847 Colby University, . ISSQ University of Rochester, 1352 Middleburg College, . 1856 Rutgers College, . 1858 New York University, 1865 Adelbert College, . 1865 Colgate University, . 1866 Brown University, . 1868 Cornell University, . 1869 Marietta College, . 1870 Syracuse University, . 1873 Michigan University, . 1876 Northwestern University, . 1330 Harvard University, ,330 Wisconsin University, . ,335 Lafayette College, . ,335 Columbia College, ,335 V Lehigh University, . ,335 Tufts College, . ,336 DePauw University, . ,337 University ot Pennsylvania, ,333 University of Minnesota, . . ,390 i Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ,g9', IOS i'11. ' 1 1 1 FIRQITIRES Andrus, Rev. J. C., Cornell '74, . Chapman, I.. S., Syracuse '89, Clark, A. B., Syracuse '88, . Day, R. E., Syracuse '77, . Ford, Rev. S. T., Madison '78, Fowler, A. P., Cornell '91, , Glen, -- Williams '88, . . . Goodrich, C. B., Middleburg '78, Haley, M. A., Syracuse '90, . Hess, O. A., Hamilton '81, . . Hooker, T., Williams 65, . . Manchester, Rev. H. A., Colgate '87 McDowell, W. G., Cornell '76, . McGowan, G., Syracuse '82, . Myers, Rev. Cortland, Rochester '88 Nottingham, E., Syracuse '76, . Pattee, E. N., Rochester '86, . Peck, I-I. A., Syracuse '85, . Phillips, A. C., Hamilton '71, . Pierce, D. A., Cornell '82, . Roberts, I. T., Syracuse '76, . Roberts, W. H., Syracuse '81, . Rockwell, W. D., Syracuse '82, . Sanford, E. H., Syracuse '87, . Smalley, Dr. Frank, Syracuse '74, . Titus, Rev. W. S., Union '48, . Van Denburgh, Rev. F. A., Rochester Walker, F. R., Syracuse '85, . Wells, N. A., Syracuse . . . Wile, I. A., Rochester '72, . Wiltse, W. H., Colgate '88, . York, Rev. A. L., Union.'57, York, A. M., Syracuse '85, . . x 'i ntunnn snr-pirreires. .. . 107 Tully . jerry Rescue Block . 117 Curtiss Place . 60 The Florence 703 University Avenue . White Memorial Building . 36 Wieting Block 23 Wieting Block . 933 Mulberry United Glass Co. 511 E. Fayette . 1525 Grape . Hotel Mowry . 606 Willis Avenue 6 Leavenworth Avenue . . 5 The Searl 207 Baker Avenue . 107 Marshall . 102 Dudley I9 Wieting Block . Clintoiim Block . . I25,S. Clinton 604 University Avenue . . 906 Harrison 607 University Avenue . . . 706 Irving . 1413 E. Genesee . . Snow Building . 419 Irving 701 S. Crouse Avenue . 207 S. Clinton . . Courier Office . 914 Madison New York, A Rhode Island, Minneapolis, New England, Cleveland, Albany, , Rochester, 'Chicago, Syracuse, ' ' 7 Buffalo, Western New England. A 104 DELTA QWSHLQNQ 556 'U' ,WSYRACUSE CHAPTER of Delta Upsilon was the outgrowth of a local society in the University known as the Atticzcum, which was founded in 1872 by a company of fifteen, prominent among which were Prof. Frank Smalley, '74, and Edwin Nottingham, '76. The society petitioned for a charter from Delta Upsilon, which was granted, and on November 14, 14873, its men became members of that Fraternity, the installation ceremonies being conducted by the Madison Qnow Colgate, Chapter: During the early history of the Chapter it suffered some unjust persecution,which culminated in 1876 in its rooms being broken into and their contents wantonly destroyed. .In 1878 the Chapter became the owner of the Unz'z1w-szlgf Herald, which it has 1 ,fi l w ,1 tl i R H . 3 .Q since controlled and published. In 1883 the Chapter was incorporated under ,fi the laws of the State as a first step toward obtaining a home of its own, which was accomplished in 1887 by the purchase of a handsome brick residence, No. 310 Ostrom Avenue, which it has since used as a chapter house. The Chapter has always been conservative both as regards the num- ii ber and character of its members, and has always justly prided itself on its scholarship. Prior to 1891 no honor, save that of a commencement appoint- . ment, has been given by the University, and in the decade from 1880 to 1890 . ,Q the Chapter has had thirty per cent. of the commencement speakers. The few Chapter- has a membership of 157, of whhiacpljiggi are undergraduate members, if it has four men on the Faculty and an aliiiigiiii organization in this city, which gives it added strength. , CHARLES A. METZ. M ui: 105 1 W fs f1' if ' 1 i . --Ci1s.ll'Tfi-' 8 A L '.,- f . if ,.,',,. WSH UVSHLQN. FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1F33 WHQHHWTEK. ESTABLISHED 1875. . , ,Q , LLE FRATRE5 lN FACULTATE. HICNIQY H. PnAsi-2, Ph. B., M. D., Instructor in Anatomy. UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. NiNE'rv-'1'wo. Edward Lee Hollett, Dori' Raymond Cobb, William Charles O'lJonnell, Jr., Sherburn Cilly Hutchinson, Lepine Hall Rice, Frank LeRoy Purdy, Edward Judson Wynkoop. X NINETY-THREE. , George Hasbrouck Haigh, Gordon Way Hoyt, Osman Perley Hoyt, Willis Elias McGerald, Clarence Loomis Peaslee, Albert George Thorne, X Chester james Hoyt. N1N1c'i'v-FOUR. William Leverett Morgan, Edmund l,. Shepard, Lucian Herbert Shepherd, Deliner Edward Hawkins, Frank Keller McFall, .SM George Owen Redingtonigfijiu Augustus C. Stevens, swf' Edward Burdette Topping, William W. Wilcox, Waldo Weston, Frederick L. Darbonnier. NINETY-r1vE. Alonzo Griffith Brooks, Howard Hunt Reynolds, Louis Fowler Joy, ' J. Harry Shaver, Johnffitch Reed, George Elmer Strayer, Charles Browning White. 106 A ,V--HK X Q V-Y D R IC KA P7 Y I LA Q A, f Q - . A . G1 1 ,. ' ' F 1 " L r ,. V4 ' 9 'x .f yn, Rf' A. 'Ti 4 r x Iwi QL . H4 . ,lf uv ' ': 'ES ' 'if 4:-af! ' 'll -ff, ig, -,F "M ' ,. WF- Fr Wig' r Q L v A , , , -Y" V, ' Il L i .NZ-ix - -1- -VV 'Q .. if . " , , . .2 , -g. LA I , 45: v 11 . I., , , ,Te , v , N 1 , ' 1' P355 ' , ' . lr- 1 '1 f' . up F11 , i f mmm "'! L 1 ' pgiqms- su- IRGLIL QF CQIHIEJWTEIRS., '1'HE'l'A, Union College, . . D1c1,'1'A, University of the City of New York, . BETA, Yale University, . . SIGMA, Brown University, GAMMA, Amherst College, . ZETA, Dartmouth College, . LAMBDA, Columbia College, KAPI'A, Bowdoin College, PSI, Hamilton College, X1, Wesleyan University, . UPSII.ON, University of Rochester, -IOTA, Kenyon College, . . PHI, University of Michigan, Pl, Syracuse University, . CHI, Cornell University, . BETA BETA, Trinity College . ETA, Lehigh University, . . TAU, University of Pennsylvania, MU, University of Minnesota, . IO 1833 1837 1839 1840 I84I 1842 1842 1843 T343 1843 1858 1860 1865 1875 1876 1880 1884 1891 1891 A Ll Y I FIRHTRES lllNl QIIRIESE. Andrews, William S., Harvard '80, . Baldwin, Charles G., Hamilton '71, Brooks, James B., Dartmouth '69, . Burt, George F., Cornell '90, Chase, Henry M., Yale '84, . . Clarke, Rev. Lorenzo M., Amherst '80, . . . Coddington, Rev. Herbert G., Syracuse '86. Durston, Rev. Alfred S., Syracuse '77, . . Eddy, Rev. Charles M., Syracuse '83, . Emory, Geo. Meade, Cornell '90, . Gale, Thomas K., Hamilton '84, Gere, William A., Syracuse '84, Gott, Francis D., Syracuse '82, . Grace, Seymour M., Union '69, . Hine, George F., Syracuse '76, . Howlett, Alfred Ames, Syracuse '81, . Holden, Willis A., Syracuse '80, ' jones, Lawrence T., Rochester '82, Kennedy, George H., Syracuse '82, . Kennedy, Dwight Bruce, Cornell '90, . Lighton, Frank C., Syracuse '86, McCarthy, Dennis, Cornell '75, l Moffatt, Charles T., Amherst '86, Morgan, Dr. E. J., Jr., Cornell '77, Moore, Frank M., Cornell '87, . . Packard, Rev. Edward N., Bowdoin '62, Pease, Dr. Henry H., Syracuse '83, . 108 . 404 Oak , . 203 Greene . 1013 E. Adams' . 814 E. Genesee 207 Highland Place 704 University Avenue . 1006 Harrison Y. M. C. A. Building . 213 E. Castle! 600 E. Fayette . Liverpool . Belle Isle . . 501 James IO6 Woodland Avenue . . 702 James 600 W. Genesee .l 206 Shonnard . 403 Howard . 604 E. Genesee 604 E. Genesee 511 E. Washington 410 E. Genesee . . 216 Green 313 Montgomery K . . 909 James . 303 University Place . 318 Montgomery ' . .....4, w- .-2' 1 dciriv.. Peters, Frank George, Yale '86, Porter, W. W., Syracuse '86, . Roberts, A. D., Hamilton '63 . Randall, Dr. A. B, Syracuse '76, . Smith, Charles C., Syracuse '80, - Tafber, Wellington W., Syracuse '89, Warner, George B., Syracuse '65, . 1402 -Park 1717 W. Genesee 1207 E. Genesee . . Liverpool . 227 Sabine . 1140 S. Salina 710 E. Jefferson Weston, Homer, Yale '67, . . 301 Locust White, Frederick D., Cornell '82, . 609 james Wickes,'William Kerr, Amherst '70, Syracuse High School Wilkinson, Henry W., Cornell '90, . . . 800 james - Wilkinson, Theodore K., Cornell '87, . . 308 McBride Wilkinson, John, Cornell '89 . . . . 308 McBride Wilson, James W., Syracuse '79, . . 356 W. Onondaga Wright, Edward C., Hamilton '71, Wynkoop, William A., Syracuse '84, 946 QKHDUEITE !ilS5CCDQll'?i'ii'll0lNlS. . 216 Harrison W. Genesee Det,-git, Pacific Coast, Washington, Philadelphia, Northwest, Maine, Boston, Rochester, A Buffalo, Kansas, New York, Australia. Central New York. 109 1 W . sm' "wif .7 .iw V , 1 ,., i ' 4 v '- i I-' ifgiiig zgf,-i , '-x 3195 13 ,,- .",', if lin ...wif .- WSH UIVSHLGN. 336 . N AUGUST, 1863, when war clouds darkened the national sky, Edward t Bela Fenner, Herbert Bates johnson, and David Hall Rice founded Upsilon Kappa at Genesee College. The sole object of this Fraternity was to obtain a charter from Psi Upsilon, and for this end its members labored unceasingly for over twelve years. Meanwhile, Genesee College, deserting her ancient halls at Lima, was christened Syracuse University, and entered upon a new era of development. This fact was not without its influence, and on the 8th day of June, 1875, Upsilon Kappa died in giving birth to the Pi Chapter of Psi Upsilon. ' Gratitude bids us pause for a moment in memory of George W. Elliott, through whose- zeal and inspiration the result was largely attained. The new chapter was 'duly installed by a committee from the Gamma, headed by the Hon. John B. Stanchfield, of Elmira. The charter members were the I-Ion. Chester A. Congdon, Prof. Nathaniel M. Wheeler, William H. Shuart, the Rev. Milton D. Buck, and the Hon. James M. Gilbert. Of these, all but one are now living. The brilliant Wheeler dropped his pen while dreaming beside the Pacific seas, and awoke beyond the ocean. His parting verses written a few days before graduation Come back to us with a deeper meaning: Keep me in your thoughts, my friends, Keep me, comrades, in thy heart, Keep me while the years shall fade, Ever near, though far apart. A Among those initiated soon after the installation was Charles Demarest Holden, whose early death was deeply mourned and of whom the Astronom- ical Observatory stands as a memorial. - V ,. On the Ioth and 11th of May, 1882, Syracuse University was honored with the 49th convention of ,Psi Upsilon, of which the late Dr. Bennett was IIO president, while the oration of the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew upon this occa- sion fills a fit place in his " Orations and After-Dinner Speeches." The Pi Chapter since her founding has averaged only seven men to a class, and has always sought to encourage and to foster those graces and virtues that befit the model collegian and become the ideal gentleman. In all the important events of our Alum fllafer she has been foremost. Three of her members organized the tirst University Glee Club, which, under the leadership of 'Mr. William Hosmer Ives, was made second to none in the country. 4 Psi Upsilon was one of the originators of THE.ONoNDAGAN, and had its first editor. She was also instrumental in starting all three of the col- lege papers, and the first editor of each likewise wore her pin. The Uuhfcr- ,viigf News is now owned and operated by the Pi Chapter. Such are some of her efforts in college journalism. When the honor system was inaugurated last year, the Psi Upsilon had more honor men than any other Fraternity, while at the last commencement four of the eleven speakers were numbered among her members. In ath- letics, her record has been equally brilliant. At present, she holds two Inter- Collegiate and eleven College records, having taken in the last three years over one hundred prizes. Last term, Psi Upsilon introduced a new feature into the social life of Syracuse University by entertainingin turn each of the four Sororities. This departure was very graciously received, and will, doubtless, be repeated by other Fraternities. A1.nER'1' GEORGE THORNE. III .mn . 6 ' ' Wifi!!! '!KE1!7!W.!. WSU. ,rouuoeo A17 wAsHlNa1'oN Ano .nsrssnsou oousas, waz. 1 R .INIEW YQIRIK BETH! QHEIIPTER. EBTABLISH ED 1884. q UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. f U I . 'Frank S. Husted, , Fred. W. Sherwin, ,William D. Lewis, Biirr C. Miller, Frank W. 'Kirkland, Hotalin g, , LA , L. Morgan, figtgffy chadderdon, -4. . Harry L. Benedict, Lg irifinglsackus, . S. Langton, pliarlee L. Beck, NINETY-TWO. I ,NlNETY5'1'l-IREE. NINETY-,FOUR. Norton XB. Pinney ILITNETY-FIVE.. ,Fred K. -Stickle. ' ' ... . . -. . X , . A. J. Lynn Barnard, William Hartell, Jonas M. Rice. Ralph M. Comfort, James L. Brewer, ' Josiah B. Hine. L Lieber E. Whittie, wiuiain Wheatley, George E. Boschert, C. Fred Feek, Frank E. Paddock, Fred W. Revels, .A rv W"-Q4 - - A - I I Y - Y - i - - MJ offfkfca- me-nf f X. Y. BETA OF PHI K.-XPPA PSI. el- lnvmf l'mm, NN Q , ,g.,..+,' I ,.Lf:'E A v L vwaniusgfyjl-' rl., Mi 5' " yang., 'EBIII' PA. VA PA. VA PA PA VA IKQLL GF CHAPTERS. ALPHA, Washington and jefferson College, . ALPHA, University of Virginia, . . BETA, Alleghany College, . ' . BETA, Washington and Lee University, GAMMA, Bucknell University, . . EPs1LoN, Pennsylvania College, . GAMMA-, Hampden-Sydney College, . MISS. ALPHA, University of Mississippi, . S. CJ ALPHA, University of South Carolina, . PA. ZETA, Dickinson College, .1 . PA. ETA, Franklin and Marshall College, O. ALPHA, Ohio Wesleyan University, ILL. A1.P131A,Nol1-thwestern University, IND. ALPHA, De Pauw University, O. BETA, Wittenberg College, IA. ALPHA, Iowa State University, D. C. ALPHA, Columbia College, PA. THETA, Lafayette College, . , N, Y. ALPHA, Cornell University, . IND. BETA, Indiana State University, . IND.GAMMA,Hhbad1CoHegq. . O, GAMMA, Wooster University, . . WIS. ALPHA, University of, Wisconsin, KAN. ALPHA, University of Kansas, . MICH. ALPHA, University of Michigan, . PA. IOTA, University of Pennsylvania, O. DELTA, Ohio State University, . MD. ALPHA, Johns Hopkins University, CAL. ALPHA, University of the Pacific, . N. Y. DELTA, Hobart College, . . WVIS. GAMMA, Beloit College, . N. Y. BETA, Syracuse University, N, Y. EPSILON, Colgate University, . MINN. BETA, University of Minnesota, PA. KAPPA, Swarthmore College, . . . W. VA. KAPPA, University of West Virginia, CAL. BETA, Leland Stanford, Jr., University, . II3 -Q 4wf?8g,,.5 A ' f' '-',l".'ii'l ,, . a 1. . - -.,.. lr? r:i3l'frh1rn-1-.. ' 1852 1853 1855 1855 1855 1855 1856 1857 1357 1859 1860 1861 1864 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869 1869 1869 I87O 1871 1815 1876 1876 1877 I88O 188o 1881 1881 1881 1884 1887 1888 1889 189o 1892 , FRHTRES Stevenson, R. W., Bethany '77, Q Hudson, C. A., Cornell '73, Higgins, G. E., Cornell '87, . Schnauber, F. J., Syracuse '88, . Holzwarth, F. J., Syracuse '88, . Shanahan, E. J., Cornell '89, . Out, G. B., Syracuse '89, . Farrington, F. J., Syracuse '89, Peckham, N. R., Syracuse '89, Piper, P. F., Syracuse '89, Wright, G. A., Syracuse '89, Lyon, P. J., Colgate '90, . . Danziger, H., Jr., Syracuse '90, . Stevens, F. J., Hobart '91, . Merriam, E. A., Colgate '92, Ames, F. L., Cornell '92, Sperry, B. N., Cornell '92, . Sperry J. C., Cornell '95, Norton, A. B., Cornell '94, Clark, H. J., Cornell '95, Haines, F. J., Cornell '95, . Comfort, F. P., Syracuse '94. Woese, Fred W., Syracuse '95, . Broadway, A. E., Syracuse, . 11 HN UREE. 4 . IOS Seymour 425 S. Warren . 420 S. Warren . 513 S. West . 322 Jackson . 218 Hayden . . . 118 Sabine 707 University, Avenue 705 University Avenue . 1108 E. Fayette .. 712 E. Fayette . 213 W. Genesee . 619 E. Genesee 1300 Bellevue Avenue . 611 W. Genesee 58 Mowry Block . 611 W. Genesee 611 W. Genesee . 1 1 3 Shonnard 403 University Avenue 319 Lexington Avenue . 723 E. Genesee 621 Catherine . W. Genesee . g ,-. . , . ' , 1 ' W , -- . . gy.. '. lxmmi., yi .fm Q '4Pifrsburgh,A New' v'ork, .- ' Philadelphia, .axw hy , ,- u ,, '. I Q f V I . X A A . A EW 'E'w ,V7-.'M5,1gy1a5d ,"b:L I 'Cin'cinn-api, b 4 SP1'mg5e1d, 2 'Q x 4 v 1 w 1 .,j:1..h. , fb. ' 4f.xf"Ce" '- .W-W... 2S?f'fr5'?f P15 , 'g2L2'E41"'f7' . -QW, . 41 mu Z3 X flff Y . X .vw J... L,A.,:fr' ,v-,,-Q , , , . A 'V J Q2,:11,f., fi ,Mr v ,Mm -.., .. . ,, 5. ,H MQV ,vet Zl:'9JA:"-Ji' ' 1 qx-5,s-w ,W r 'N-41:53 Q ft .V . 1 vw x Y T'3.g+'k: NST' m,wni.aQ,1El5x,v .qiiif gpg If 'W' .V MIL ' J' "ff :.vff.1'F'f'1 - 3, I g b 'F'wQa..' f n., f !'4,f-NM 0 f'j2,'-' A 'N fu , ,,, , . .L- .,.-,w, P. i Cf,iQ,ag0, ! Mlinnleapolis, ,Kansas Ciiye J A .. .1 mx. W , 1 xw 1 X 1 4 I 4 . l 1 O ' w ' 1 v x b ,- . Ngagm ' ', 5 fm-1 .-11' 1 9 ' X Wh' --. . H' WSF' W ""' W G C 'xlvogglv' I 1 Vw! u .4 . A . 4 f Q s x ' A -U5 X Www il7ll'lll liil7Elll'Vll'7El WSH. H-'-E W?I3E'l'A Chapter Phi Kappa Psi is comparatively young in Syracuse J' ' University, although a petition for a charter was presented soon after the opening of the University in 1871. It was not until 1884 that a charter was granted to the twelve members of Kappa Delta, a local society, which was absorbed on April 18, consisting of the following members: Arthur Eugene Brigden, '84, Augustine Broadway, '84, George Byron Deuel, '84, Harley Dayton Wadsworth, '84, Eugene Wiseman, '85, joseph Gilbert Cleveland, '86, William LaFayette Harris, '86, Clarence Adelbert Lonergon, '86, Arthur Cyrus Howe, '87, and Ezra George Eldridge, '88, Out of sixteen classes, seventy-five men have been initiated, and the Chapter has graduated twenty-four men, of whom thirteen have attained the degree of B. A., six Ph. B., two C. E.,' three B. S. Social, intellectual and moral pre-eminence has been the unrelenting standard of admission into N. Y. Beta's eclectic fold. The man has always been considered of more account than his course, and strict adherence to the sentiment of this precept has always succeeded in attracting the most congenial men into a sympathetic unit body. The history of N. Y. Beta has been closely interwoven with the history of Phi Kappa Psi in N. Y. State. The fact that the present Cornell and Hobart chapters were established at nearly the Same time, and that the Madison chapter came soon after, has naturally resulted in close and mutual relations. Syracuse, being the centre of the State, has been also the happy centre of many inter-chapter celebrations. V Phi Kappa Psi has been especially prominent in journalism, and has been at different times connected with the Unh1er.vz'01 Herald, Sjfrarzzsafz and Umber- sigf News. ' The city papers have been represented acceptably by different members. At one time four Phi Kappa Psi's were connected with different staffs. , I 116 n1vf'?,2 ii i' fi..-1 1, '.. A Ai" It is our painful duty to chronicle two deaths which have occurred to mar the smooth flow of our history. We have lost Bros. john Greely jones, '85, and Ezra George Eldridge, '88, who have responded to that linal call from which there is no appeal. The Chapter has always been represented upon the ONONISAGAN with the exception of the number issued by '87, Many of our alumni are scat- tered to many parts of the continent and globe. We are represented in japan, Germany, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Illinois, Missouri and Pennsylva- nia, We are drawn together into a mutual band to enjo'y a deep fellowship and communion of kindred spirits, and in the mocking irony of Fate, we are soon rudely rent asunder and scattered broadcast to' fulfill the stern ,mission of life in distant parts. D The chapter holds its weekly meeting in the Joy block at the corner of Genesee and East Washington streets. , For several years an annual banquet was held with the Beta Chapter, at which gathered members from each of the N. Y. Chapters. This custom gave way to the new mode of Fraternity government which 'was adopted in 1886, when the Fraternity was divided into four districts, each ha'vin,q a con- vention every two years, alternating with the Grand Arch Council, which convenes at the same interval. J. L. BREWER. Cr ff! 117 "" .,, Il7IiiIII DELTA TIHIETEI. FOUNDED AT MIAMI, 1837. 596 INIIEW YGIRIK IEIVSIIILQINI CIIFIIPTIEIE. ESTABLISHED 1887. FRATRE5 IN FACLILTATE. HENRY O. Smtmv, Librarian of the Von Ranke Library. ELMER J. Rm-zo, Instructor of Etching and Drawing. UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. NINETV-'1'wo. jacob H. Carfrey, William M. Fanton, Raymond W. Lowry, Olin W. Wood. NINl'l'l'Y-'l'lrIREE. Harry O. Harbach, Theodore W. Taylor. NINE'1'il-FOUR. Edward W. Beadel, George H. Bond, Albert E. Larkin, Arthur J. Smith, Louis Allen, William G. Morrell, NINI-:'i'v-FIVE. IIS Thomas S. Bell, Earnest F. Herman, Charles Wiley, George H. Kingsbury Charles Beadel, J. Franklin Everett, Allen D. Steele, George F. Whitfield. Guy I-l. Baskerville, Charles E. Wettin. lhvwfl, IVJ 17rr. nrfw, fp, mf . 4 V 'ln ' ,H ,Wu . - pf, BAPI W V ' 'X .m,f.75" M I M. 5511 lfii.CDlL.ll,. CDF QHHIVTEIES, ALPHA 1111ov1NcE. ' Maine Alpha-Colby University, . . New Hampshire Alpha-Dartmouth College, . Vermont Alpha-University of Vermont, . Massachusetts Alpha-Williams College, Massachusetts Beta-Amherst, . . Rhode Island Alpha-Brown University, New ,York Alpha-Cornell University, . . . New York Beta-Union University, . . . New York Gamma-College of the City of New York, New York Epsilon-Syracuse University, . . Pennsylvania Alpha--Lafayette College, . . . Pennsylvania Beta-Pennsylvania College, . . . Pennsylvania Gamma--Washington and jefferson College, Pennsylvania Delta--Allegheny College, . . . Pennsylvania Epsilon-Dickinson College, . Pennsylvania Zeta-University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Eta-Lehigh University, . ' BETA PROVINCE. Virginia Alpha-Roanoke College, . . .Virginia Beta-University of Virginia, . . Virginia Gamma-Randolph-Macon College, Virginia Delta-Richmond College, . 7 . Virginia Zeta-Washington and Lee University, . North Carolina Beta-University of North Carolina, South Carolina Beta-South Carolina University, . Kentucky Alpha-Centre College, . . . . Kentucky Delta--Central University, . . GAMMA PROVINCE. Georgia Alpha-University of Georgia, . Georgia Beta-Emory College, . . Georgia Gamma-Mercer University, . Tennessee Alpha-Vanderbilt University, Tennessee Beta-University of the South, . Alabama Alpha-University of Alabama, . Alabama Beta-Alabama Polytechnic Institute, . Alabama Gamma-Southern University, . ' Il9 V l ,1:.ww1HN-,A-.1. ' . - 1 1 ,, 1 , 1111.3-7,-ww, , ,P . 4 , , . ' '. N' .'?'lK""S'1'P'N-:fn-unnhuui-L. ' 1884 1884 1879 1886 1888 1889 1872 1883 1884 1887 1873 1875 1875 1879 1880 1883 1887 1869 1873 1884 1875 1837 1885 1887 1850 1885 1871 1871 1872 1876 1883 1877 1879 1887 DELTA PROVINCE. Mississippi Alpha-University of Mississippi, Louisiana Alplia-Tularie University, . . Texas Beta-University of Texas, . . Texas Gamma-Southwestern University, . I'1l'S1l.ON PROVINCE. Ohio Alpha-Miami University, . . . Ohio Beta-Ohio Wesleyan University, . Ohio Gamma-Ohio University, . . Ohio Delta-University of Wooster, Ohio Epsilon--Buchtel College, . . Ohio Zeta-Ohio State University, . Indiana Alpha-Indiana University, . Indiana Beta-Wabash College, . Indiana Gamma-Butler University, . Indiana Delta-Franklin College, . Indiana Epsilon--Hanover College, . Indiana Zeta-De Pauw University, . Michigan Alpha-University of Michigan, . Michigan Beta-State College of Michigan, . Michigan Gamma-Hillsdale College, . 1 ZETA PROVINCE. Illinois Alpha-Northwestern University, . Illinois Delta-Knox College, .... Illinois Epsilon-Illinois Wesleyan University, Illinois Zeta--Lombard University, . . Wisconsin,Alpha-University of Wisconsin, Missouri Alpha-University of Missouri, . Missouri Beta-Westminster College, . . Iowa Alpha-Iowa Wesleyan University, Iowa Beta-State University of Iowa, Kansas Alpha-University of Kansas, . Nebraska Alpha--University of Nebraska, . California Alpha-University of California, . California Beta-Leland Stanford, Jr., University, , Missouri Gamma-Washington University, . Minnesota Alpha--University of Minnesota, I2O 1877 1889 1883 1886 1848 ISOO 1860 1872 F875 1883 1849 1852 1859 1860 1868 1868 1554 1373 1882 1859 1871 1878 1878 1857 1870 1880 1871 1882 1882 1875 1873 1891 1891 1891 1 ,.11.,., ,,- I 1,.,,,'v,, , f U , ,, ,,, 1 21.1 111 .111:fT111?l1?ttg,1'f , 1 ffniiimmw Sprole, Samuel E., '82, Bailey, C, F,, Vermont, ' wnAJLe3. Devine, james, '83, Reed, E. J., '86, Driscoll, A. C., '87, Sibley, H. O., '89, Craton, S. B., '9o, rnnriies in uses. . 706 Court 83, . . . . Cook Building . Syracuse Savings Bank Building White Memorial Building . Syracuse University . . 86 Noxon . Syracuse University St. joseph's Hospital Smiley, John, Union, . . 404 Irving Reynolds, Joseph, '91, . ., . . 347 Warren Devine, Edward, '91, . White Memorial Building 5546 HLUNNHQHHWTEKS. New York, N. Y., Baltimore, Nd.. Columbus, Ga., Montgomery, Ala. Cincinnati, O., Franklin, Ind., Galesburg,.Ill-, St. Paul, Minn-, 7 Pittsburg, Pa., Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga., San Francisco, Cal Akron, O., Indianapolis, Ind., Kansas City, Mo., Los Angeles, Cal. T21 Philadelphia, Pa., Richmond, Va., Nashville, Tenn., Salem, Ala., Louisville, Ky., Chicago, Ill., Minneapolis, Minn., Null., A,' We if E Vllilll betxra Them. X V HE coNcEP'1'1oN of New York Epsilon 41. 11, za. dates as far back as the year 1881. In the spring of that year a number of members of the class of '83 formed themselves into a society which had many of the characteristics of a Fraternity. Prominent among this number are the names of S. G. Comfort, James Devine, E. A. Hill and G. K. Shurtleff. From this society developed the present W. A. 0. Chapter. It was not however until several years later that the chapter was formed. The society which origi- nated with members of the class of '83, was joined by certain members of '81 and '82. It remained sub ram until the fall of '81, when the three members who returned at the opening of the college that year, declared their intention to establish a new society in the University. They were strengthened by delegations from the classes of '84 and '85, so that the new society now num- bered ten men. They adopted the name Szgma Pri. By their good moral character and ability as students they secured an early recognition from the already established Fraternities. The society followed a conservative policy in the choice of new members. This fact delayed for a considerable time the securing of a charter from first-class fraternities. Anxious to open a chapter in Syracuse University in the year 1887, .Slgzmz Pri entered into cor- respondence with members of 0. A. H. Fraternity. The result was to estab- lish the present chapter of 41. 41.8, The charter was granted February 7, 1887. The first charter members were Ambrose Driscoll, William Meham '87 g George I. Abbott, Orator F. Cook, Newell E, Hulburt, John H. Murray, 7 William S. Murray, Morgan R. Sanford, '88 5 Edward M. Sanford, Henry O. Sibley, '89g Frank L. Boothby, I. S. Devitt, Edwin S. Hasbrouck, '90, The Chapter has up to the present date initiated sixty-nine members and affiliated two. The Chapter has always been true to the object of its original found- ers, to furnish to worthy men the best opportunities for social advancement 1122 i - - ,v -ff' . ,,, Y. "N-At. !t"l ,, 14, H .x..!,- -Q: 'INN WNW' -" ' lu.: Mlwarlzsl-.' .. mum ..w .1.l:,'n.:'.l if and literary excellence. The number of students that she has had in every graduating class since her history indicate the degree of her success in this respect. This fact, combined with her numerous victories on the athletic field, has won her a well deserved recognition in our college community. We mourn the recent death of our beloved brother, C. F. Baily, '83, of Vermont Alphafwhose hearty co-operation in all things that have tended to the success of New York Epsilon, has greatly endeared him to the members of this Chapter. . H. O. HARBACH. Q as Q52 Q9 I 2 5 'V 4 r"' W- 1w,.,t...... .. .., ., ....' - " BETH TliillE.TEl Wil. FouNDED AT MIAMI, 1839 x :E BETH EWSM QN QHHWTER. EQTABLISHED isse. FR ATRE5 IN FACULTATE. REV. CHARLES N. Sims, D. D., LL. D., Chancellor of the University and Pro- fessor of English Literature. UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. N1Nu'1'v-Tivo. Francis F. Brewer, E: LeRoy Dow, NiNiz'1'v-wmmz. Paul T. Carpenter, john H. Cook, Charles W. Marvin, NINETY-FOUR. Earl G. Heaton, Milford J. Whiteside, William H. Van Benschoten, NiNETv-rivic. D Fred G. Dutton, Fred H. Flaherty, . Charles H. Treadwell. ' 124 -411. ' . all -,iw 1, .f ' William V. Flaherty, Marcus I.. Glazer. William P. Graham, William H. jakway, Melvin M. Fuller. Herman Churchill, Stewart Scott, Earl G. Burch, Maurice Fikes, Frank L. Richards, i t :UA ? k I E i 'g' 1' " ' 'Ii ,,.,,,,Y,,,,,,:v.,..-r-Y -W--...v,. ,. -- I--rw W N--rv 'z:'rf'7f'1-rev:-ff'-'rn"-"T un!-vuu.n'rh:n sy' ', " .FQ- - wwf?-' .f V 53 -' 'wamiiw "WN ,A lil i,314,,.f ., J, Eta, . Kappa, . Upsilon, Beta Eta, Beta Iota, . Alpha Omega, Mu Epsilon, Phi Chi, Sigma, . Beta Delta, . Beta Zeta, Beta Theta, . Nu, .X . Alpha Alpha, Beta Epsilon, Beta Gamma, Alpha Sigma, Alpha Chi, Alpha Upsilon Phi, . Beta Chi, . Zeta, . Eta Beta, . Omicron, Phi Alpha, . Alpha Kappa, Xi, . . Epsilon, Mu, . Beta Beta, I . KCDILL .,,r . QF CHAPTERS. lllS'l'RlC'l' I I lJlS'1'liIC'l' II D15'1'RIC'l' Ill. DISTRICT IV. DISTRICT V . - 4 , 125 za, I . Harvard University . Brown University Boston University Maine State College . Amherst College . Dartmouth College . Wesleyan University . Yale University . Stevens Institute . . Cornell University St. Lawrence University . . Colgate University . Union College . Columbia College . Syracuse University Rutgers College . Dickinson College johns Hopkins University Pennsylvania State College University of Pennsylvania I Lehigh University Hampden Sidney College University of North Carolina . University of Virginia . Davidson College . . Richmond College Randolph-Macon College . . Centre College . Cumberland University University of Mississippi ,. ,. .tl ' ine". ...f 've A- 374' i A wysbze ,.-L . Zlvwf ,.,a li Beta Lambda, . A Vanderbilt University Beta Omicron, . ..... University of 'Texas Dlsrnici' 'vi, I' Alpha, . . . . . Miami University Beta Nu, . University of Cincinnati Beta Kappa, . . . Ohio University Beta, . . Western Reserve University Gamma, Washington-jefferson University Theta, . Ohio Wesleyan University Psi, . . . . Bethany College Alpha Gamma, Alpha Eta, Alpha Lamb Beta Alpha, Theta Delta, Delta, . Pi, . Lambda, Tau, Iota, . Alpha Xi, Chi, . . Alpha Beta, ar Alpha Epsilon, . Alpha Pi, Rho, . Beta Pi, Alpha Delia, Alpha Nu. Omega, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Tau, Zeta Phi DISTRICT VII. DISTRICT Vlll. , DISTRICT IX. - Q u 1 126 , f , c 5 ' ',... .:.-ff... Wittenberg College . Denison University . University of Wooster . Kenyon College . Ohio State University De Pauw University . Indiana University . University of Michigan . Wabash College Hanover College . Knox College . Beloit College . . University of Iowa Iowa Wesleyan University . University of Wisconsin Northwestern University . University of Minnesota . Westminster College . University of Kansas University of California . University of Denver University of Nebraska . University of Missouri , - X , . . ,. .WW , . U . , r., ami N ' V N ,-V. . . 4 1-.,.-gikfl v Hi U ,'-ga. feejI,.1 1 J 11. ,i ' W . 42 ' ' 'Q f- L41 s 'INWXB5 may V IFRHITRIES HN QHRIBIE. Cheney, Geo. N., Missouri State University '87, - . . 900 James Purdie, Thomas, S., Washington-Lee '74, . . . 329 James Church, Hiram L., Syracuse '90, - ' - P 30-37 Wieting Block Cole, George F., Syracuse '92, 9 . - - I - 126 Linden Street Hamlin, Harry J., Syracuse '92, . Nos. 15-16 Syracuse Sav. B'k B'ld'g Jarvis James L., M. D., Cornell '75, .... 817 S., Salina Steer Makepeace, M. D., ...... Syracuse Sav. B'k B'lu?g Sims, Charles N., D. D., LL. D., De Pauw '59, . Thomas, F. L., Columbia, . Boston Wheel1n Nashville, St Paul, HILQIINXINIII QHFQIIIVTEKS Providence Cincinnati, Detroit: Kansas Cut New York, Richmond Chicago, Denver goo University Avenue . . City Han Baltimore, Louisville Indlanapolxs, San Francisco 'YNQII7 aitrnn Win. . 1m,'.a,y, FOUNDED AT SVRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1872. Eli HILWIIMI QHFJWTEIE. ESTABLISH ED 1872. UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS.. ' NINETY-Two. Kate L. Abbott, P Edith Palmer, ' Mary M. Sandhovel. NINETY-THREE. Georgia U. Forman, Gratia Gwynn, Mary Pharis, Julia Skinner, Jessie A. E. Whyborn, NINE'rvi'FoUR. Maude Dorr, Genevieve A, Harrington, Jessie A. Perrin, Gertrude A. Shepherd, M. Belle Churchill. N1Nm'x'-F1vE. Christabel Abbott, Helen M. Guernsey, Anna M. Hills, Harriette A. Hynes, 1 30 l4'0v'W5b . ' Genevra Gwynn, Mary E. Reed, Miriam A. Guernsey, Mary M. Paddock, Nellie Mason. Margaret E. Waters, Clara E. Ward. Martha A. Keefe, Cordelia S. Losey, Charlotte M. Packard Helen E. Thalman, Jennie B. Downs, . Martha E. Smith, Jessie M. Noulton, Nellie J. Allen. . O W-wvnm 1:1rumA,wuxx.A s U '7"'x-,E,xF1!."'-W vp.. ' Q I idk' L IKCDLIL CDF QHEIIVTEKS, BETA, Northwestern University, . ETA, Boston University, . . GAMMA, DePauw University, D1a1.1'A, Cornell University, . . E1's1LoN, Minnesota State University, . Z1:'1'A, Woman's College of Baltimore, . Boston Alumnze, .... . Chicago Alumnae, . Syracuse Alumnae, 556 .SOIRCDBRIES IHNI QHIKBE. Albro, Jessie, '89, . Bainbridge, Nellie R., 91, . Brackett, Cora A., '90, Brown, Rush Anne, '91, Chapman, Lizzie B., '85, . Coddington, Gertrude, '9o, . fCoddingtonj Fitch, Leone, '87, Cooper, Amy I., '91, . . Duncan, Mary E., '37, - Dunn, Alice S., '90, . Dunn, Sybel B., '94, Dunn, Frances H., '91, . fEsteyj Birdseye, Helen, '92, . fFullerj Curry, Nellie, '84, , Gilger, Ida C., '82, . ' . fHarderj Carol, Lillian, '87, . ISI 1 1' 1-1,-M., ,, , 1 - , ' 'Z' Q : ' ' . ' ' " ' ""f1i"'15-'fl-' 1 .lfhffifxk . 1881 1883 . 1887 1889 . 1890 1891 . 1889 1889 . 1891 Gregory Block 942 Centre . . Lemon 125 Gazelle 1011 Madison 106 Walnut Place 1006 Harrison 108 Walnut Place . no Seymour Dunn Park . Dunn Park 6o6 E. Genesee . 308 Orange . 919 James 1121 E. Genesee 1168 E. Genesee . za.: swf" wp-- Harrington, Minnie B., '88, . Harrison, Eva L., '79, Hayden, Martha N., '92, , Jones, Carrie P., '85, . Q Kenyon, Alma I., '94, . Leonard, Elizabeth A., '90, Marion, Anna A., '85, . fMillerj Porter, Clara, '80, . QNottinghamj Holden, Eloise, '80, , fOutj Harrington, Cora, '88, . Pitkin, Lizzie M., '80, Pitkin, Mary M., '91, . . QSanf0rdj Thorburn, Jennie, '87, . Sawyer, Bertha S., '91, . . Sawyer, Carrie E., '87, . Sprole, Fanny L, '88. Stewart, Minnie, '85, . QStillwellj Lewis, Mary, '83, . Tyler, Jessie R., '95, . . Tyler, Jennie S., '84, Vernon, Viola, '92, . Westfall, Dora A., '80, . fWilsonj Holden, Bertha, . 132 , . ,L .4 ,p st'5A'7f,q 'X ' Q . 1 104 Adams . Kennedy . 616 Beech 106 Waverly Place . 601 Warren H 918 Madison . . 611 Lodi . 2 Emerson 354 W. Onondaga . 'II8 Sabine . 208 Madison 208 Madison . 906 Harrison 700 University . 700 University . 706 Court . 118 Shonnard 1945 W. Fayette . 214 Shonnard . 209 N. West . . 707 Irving 1819 W. Genesee 352 W. Onondaga ..a11v2x:1suahv -1 , Y? URSA MAJOR THE New ALPHA PHI EMBLEM. Hllblflhlal ll7ihill. X LPHA CHAPTER of Alpha Phi was founded at Syracuse University in 1872, by Martha Foote,fCrowej, Clara Bradley fwheelerj, Flor- ence Chidester QLukinj, Ida Gilbert flielamaterj, Jennie Higham, Kate Hog- aboome QGilbertj, Clara Hubbell QSchultzj, Rena A. Michaels, Louise Shep- ard QHancockj, and Clara Sittser fWilliamsj. Its aim was to develop a spirit of fraternity and helpfulness 3 to assist its members to become well developed, to unite heart-culture with mind- culture, and the graces looked for in a college woman. In addition to its share of college honors, tive of its members have taken the degree of Ph. D. after graduation, making Alpha Phi the only uoman's Fraternity thus represented. Many of its members now occupy honored po. sitions in the profession of teaching, medicine and literature and in mission- ary work and philanthropy. Alpha Phi was the first Fraternity in Syracuse to occupy a rented house as a chapter home and on june 17, 1886, in the presence of the several Fra.- ternities of the University, the corner-stone of the first ladies' chapter house in the world waslaid by Carrie I. Shevelson, Dr. Coddington, and Chancel- lor Sims. lWARV M. Pmmock, a ' Q3 X QiKiU?El "" h .. a gd-A um .. ., A GAMMA Will ETH. 556 EIILITVIHIEI QIHIFIIFTEIK. ESTABLISHED 1874. SORORE5 lN FACLILTATE. ELLA IRENE FRENCH, Instructor upon Piano. OLIVE CRAWFORD MOORHEAD, Assistant Instructor in Voice. UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. NINETV-'rwo. Georgiana Atwood, Ina Delia Mercer, Mary S. Trowbridge, Martha Celetta Carter, i Annie May Knapp, Austianna Eliza Taylor, Helen Mabel Wood, Jessie Edith Jones, Olive Crawford Moorhead. NINETY-THREE. Grace Estelle McIntyre, Grace Helen Webb, Livonia May Hitchcock, Lena J. Schreuder, Ida Louise Saxton, Florence Eugenia Haanel Maude Evelyn Sanford, Blanche Stevens, Anna Grace Loomis. , NINETV-FOUR. Anna Louise Cole, Milicent A. Hinkley, Grace M. Featherly, Grace Whitney Leslie, Kate Bennett Hathaway, Frances Louise Warr, Grace Darling Haanel, Margaret Irma Little, Georgianna Curry Taylor. V NINETY-FIVE. Mabel Elizabeth Boomer, Olive Lucinda Strayer, Bessie Cowles, GVMNASIAL. Clara Gere Reed, , '34 Alma Louise Klock, Jessie Eumonia Wheeler, Lucy Catherine Yates. Helen Mabel Wood. i wr-sir"'f7. 4 Y Q 4 f "I L,',, M--w,. - QW' :am-:nm 1-xm.A 4-LA giilz X" ' ' fn. J. 1 1 MMV' lKC3lL.lL. GIF' QIHIFJIVTIEIRS. A1.v11A, Syracuse-University, . . BETA, University of Michigan, . GAMMA, Universityof Wisconsin, . DE1.'1'A, Boston University, . EPs11.oN, Northwestern University, Hi .SOLKQRES ll Atwell, Jeannette E., '91, . . - Boomer, Bertha fBrookJ, '81, Boomer, Ella A. fHowarclJ, '83, Budd, Hattie M., ...- Cobb, Frances A. QStephensonJ, '80, - Curtis, E. Adeline, QCurtisJ, '78, - Decker, Jessie Z., '80, . . Gardner Kate J., fCookJ, '86, . Gray, Kate C., fAganJ, '89, . Miller, Harriet M., '91, . . Miller, Kate E., '91 . , . Ostrander, Genevieve, fPorterJ, '86, Palmer, M. Luella, '88, . Palmer, Florence, Uiakerj, '81, . Porter, Emma J., fSoutherlandJ, . Reymon, Helena, '83, . . Safford, Mamie, . , , Schultze, Martha M., '91, . Smith, Kate D., fReynoldsJ, '83, . Stevens, Blanche, '89, . . - Tackabury, Melia L., 1MarvinJ, '83, . Whitbread, Adelaide J., QWhiteJ, '79, Whitford, Mary, '81, . . Whitford, Lizzie, '82, . .H Willard, Cora, ffreclrickj, '81, . Wooster, Florence R., '91, . '35 QIKIBBIE. 1874 . 1882 1885 . 1887 ' 1888 96 University Avenue . . IO5yg Lodi . . Kellogg 706 University Avenue . 1o1 Warren . 281 E. Genesee . ro Burnet . 67 Jefferson . . James . 8o3 E. Genesee . 803 E. Genesee . . . 2 Erie QI W. Onondaga zzo, E. Genesee . 355 Carbon 183 W. Genesee . 5 S. Avenue . 4 Greenway place . . 5 South I62 E. Genesee . 83 Gifford . E. Genesee . Johnson . Johnson . The Mowry 304 Lemon J! MN . 1- - ..-3-,4lne:1::1,,i?-".1.1. -- A 1:1 ..Eil.M.iN- - V-,iswav --.asa .W r. v. ..f'i' , . ' 1 no - ' 1- l : vt.-., ' big limi , Illia "V , all 0 ., 'Hush J , . 1" 4? l ffvgli 'ig w . Q 7 A 1 ' ii -gffi' 'w,iQig,, " EPB K X, S- 7,74 f' if 'l My . .: ' fx. 1, ll ,f j .yA"Cuc ' minima Ei Fein. N NOVEMBER 11, 1874, four young ladies, Helen M. Dodge fFergu- sonj, Frances E. Haven QMossj, E. Adelaid Curtis QCurtisj and Min- nie A. Bingham QWilloughbyj, united to form the Gamma Phi Beta Society. From the very outset the late Bishop-then Chancellor-E. O. Haven, one of whose daughters was a founder, and another among the early initi- ates,ifavored the new society. He gave it the name it bears, and its open motto, and aided it by his iniiuence and wise counsels. . The colors adopted, light fawn and dark brown, were taken in honor of the late Dr. J. J. Brown, who was also among the society's warm and helpful friends. In 1879 the organization became an incorporated body under the laws of New York State. When the Hendricks' Block was completed in the spring of 1879, the society fitted up rooms there for a chapter homel The chapter owns a desirable lot on University Place. Gamma Phi Beta was the first ladies' society to adopt the name " Soro- rity," a term now applied to many ladies' Greek letter societies. Chapters of the Sorority have been established at the Universities ot Michigan and Wisconsin, at Boston University and at the Northwestern University. I 136 l .--nn.. fskff'4f" -vt , Q W ' 7' 'wi w " '-Adil,-wi 'Wt' ' X l H ' 4 5 ' , Ml 4 L1 v',' jg 4. . There have been one hundred and sixty-three members in the chapter, all but six of whom are living. A fair proportion of members from the Liberal and Fine Art Colleges has always been maintained. The Sorority has never at any time granted honorary membership, neither has it initiated any except undergraduate members. V ' Members of Gamma Phi Beta are teaching in many of the higher schools throughout the country, while Misses Ella I. French and Olive C. Morehead are instructors in our University. One of Alpha's members, Miss Florence Seeley, wears a Phi Beta Kappa key. Mrs. Mira Haven Draper has been a missionary in japan for ten years, and Luella M. Masten, M. D., is about to take up her professional work in China. The chapter has a large number of resident alumnaz, many of whom are active in the society's interests, there not having been a meeting for more than twelve years without a number of them present. ' ' .HELEN M. Woon. - ' ' --.QL R Q' -W aO.asti . .je ze .137 45, 0 5? X luv? 15 1 Qs: I . , r fg l Y A YES" fi X' - ' A 1-:' L l' 'll mVi4.'l"f-le fa? f l ' i ' ' "YK l-'- H ,' '..':'?' 1- . V . .' .. .. 1 'VL A f at lr fr'w'2i?ia'.i'?f"3a,f,Qm.7.i.l!tl?i5?Ffi'LSa., - - .Qi H"-WNW KEIVWII KEIVIVEI QEIMIFMI. 956 1 BETH THU QHEIWTEK. SOROR IN FAQLILTATE. RUTH GUIBAULI Mus B Instructor upon Piano. ACTWE. MEMBERS. May E. Wright, Clara B. Orr, 'Myra I. Husted , I Marion Duncan May E. Reed, Ella Pierson, M,1nn1e B Woodworth. Aida Harbottle, Eugenia Titcomb, Kate Palmer, Hattie Hollis. Mabel Potter, Fannie Ford. 1, W . ,, M, , M.-.ti -An agr- DWJMLJZILJQ, Q F ig 1' iii V, . fm if .4- . 5 ,Y U' .. rf' Rf T22 YE If' 5 s 1 5. ' 51. 1 - me tix Mai ' -Mk : g Y Hr' ' in if if-EQ ifgfi . gf- pr X, 15 ,H .w, N -W . . 1 . 1 2 . - ,I 1?- -we k f bv A,-M 3 Q ,Lv , " A if ,S i 5 7 if , ,-.. TA,-. 'Y' .ff ' L53 1 hi 315:-, x H' , , u 1 x i 1 Y, W f fi R 4 AH if M 3 5 W' I l f 1 4 4 E v :N J . KM fxqgl r nw 4 , aging 1 V M?-, K , W gt" U .- ,Q he , V , 1 . f-'f A at , L, u g'1,'v'H Q' jf I . ' - , , V. :fi YE i igf 32, ' lx, ' "5 A iv .J . V. . nd'-"'..?,'i, B V, ' ' . ,wg :, r ' ' 'H - f :NV Meg 4 4-xi" f- ,uf , ivlilr' -wise'------N ,,w.i.1 KGLL QF QHHWTERSQ ALPHA PROVINCE. PHI, Boston University ,.... BETA BETA, St. Lawrence University, . BETA TAU, Syracuse University, Psi, Cornell University, . . . . BETA ALPHA, Pennsylvania University, BETA EPs11,oN, Barnard College, . GAMMA Rao, Allegheny College, . . BETA PROVINCE LAMBDA, Buchtel College, . . BETA GAMMA, Wooster University, BETA DELTA, Michigan University, BETA NU, Ohio State University, X1,'Adrian College, . . - KAPPA, Hillsdale College, . . - - 7 GAMMA PROVINCE. DELTA, Indiana University, . . . - IOTA, De Pauw, University, MU, Butler University, , ETA, Wisconsin University, . UPSILON, Northwestern University, EPSILON, Illinois Wesleyan University, . DELTA PROVINCE. CH1, Minnesota University, .... BETA ZETA, Iowa University, THETA, Missouri University, . SIGMA, Nebraska University, OMEGA, Kansas University, '39 1882 1881 1883 1883 1890 1891 1888 1877 1876 1891 1888 1882 1881 1872 1375 1878 1815 1882 1873 ISSO 1884 1875 1884 1883 . ,. I 8oz Court . 736 Crouse Avenue . .M 9o5 Madison 1o7 McLennan Avenue . . 221 Green . 908 Madison . 2o1 Kellogg . . 1o6 Standard 419 Crouse Avenue . r 1825 E. Genesee '.41221 E. Washington 321 E. .Onondaga , 6o8 Crouse Avenue , . ' 1 1 1-'Waverly Place --1. --v uwyn-9-4, ffm.. Vin .-J, . ' W yi. .Gia A -1 I ' if'9",,3.1..fJ , a , li :....1. .V-H' 'KQIWUVH KEIIVHVEI QlFIllF'lllF'llEl. iff 4 KAPPA ! "To those who know thee not, no words can paint, And those who know thee, know all words are faint." In September, 1883, seven young women of Syracuse University resolved to petition the Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity for the charter of a new Chapter. The matter was placed before the Fraternity, and on the 18th of October, the charter was granted. On the 19th, Miss Lee, of Beta, St. Law- rence University, New York, came to install the new chapter. In the even- ing of that day the seven women were initiated and the solemnities admin- isterecl in a becoming manner, and the girls were then "pinned out" with the golden key, and Tau was the name given to the new chapter, since changed to Beta Tau. The morning papers announced the advent of the new chapter together with some discussion of the merits and strength of the Fraternity. The new society caused quite a ripple in college circles, and the others as the poet says, ' " Spake not a word, But like dumb statues, or breathless stones, Star'd at each other, and looked deadly pale." An important event in the early history of Beta Tau was, that it was called upon to install Psi, at Cornell. ' On the z2d'and 23d of October, 1885, a sub-convention was held with Beta Tau, by the Alpha Province of the Fraternity g and in September, 1891, a second sub-convention was held, and delegates from all the chapters of the Province were present. Beta Tau is always represented at the Fraternity conventions and invariably responds to a toast. Though the chapter began with but seven girls, during the nine years of its life, its number has increased until we now stand a band, firm and strong, of one hundred members. And - f' While systems change, and scenes retire, and worlds Slumber and awake-Kappa's ceaseless march proceeds." Beta Tau, Kappa Kappa Gamma. I u ' ELEANOR L. ORR. I4I 'f- PT 1-w-i-AL.. L - r- 4- f . ,.' A-mixes.-sm.. - , i,Sai.zeZ.a.:aa.aZ..l.m.l 'ka.'.a" 'QM A Knrirn alumna Tniem FOUNDED AT DE PAUW, 1870. He. O llVll'llIl QHEIIIVTEIFQQ ESTABLISH ED 1889. l7O.STfQRADUATE NEMBER. MoLL1E Sovum LooM1s. GNDEKCIR ADUATE MEMBERS. ' NINETY-'1'wo. jessica Beatrice Marshall, Elsa Lovina Ames. NINETY-THREE. Lulu Kern, May Estelle Brown, NINETY-FOUR. Carro Julia Cummings, Myrtle Edith Thomso Mary Louisa Lowell, Lizzie Luella Lowell, Martha Anna Beecher, NINETY-:FlVE. Sila Lorena Davis, Nina Hannah Paxon, Laura Isabel Stone, Vesta Hayes Green, Nellie Magdalen Hoffman, Jennie Folkey, Florence Belle George, Jennie Jones. 142 --1-1-M L nr Fannie Alice Osborne. :""4""v'f'fI9h, - mx ..H-'I-"Wu A: W ffffff' f. 241-w?iLx1'1..2Ql-J-1: 'T' llrflwl. 1911111 ,.L, - - ...x-M I. r . ..., . a 3 4 w 6 . In .kissfp ' - Q QP' ,JSI ,. M, H . -Q 1 ' i i.lii'ynF 18:69-. . N A A IKCCDILL GIF' QHEIWTEKS. ALPHA, Del-'auw University, Greencastle, Ind., . I87O B1-LTA, Indiana State University, Bloomington, Ind., 1870 IJELTA, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Ill.: 1875 EPSILON, Wooster University, Wooster, Ohio, . . 1875 Io'rA, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., . . 1881 KAPPA, Kansas State University, Lawrence, Kan., . 1881 LAMBDA, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt., 1881 MU, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., . . 1881 NU, Hanover College, Hanover, Ind., ..... 1882 OMICRQN, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal., 1887 PI, Albion College, Albion, Mich. ,..... fe 1887 TAU, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., . . 1887 UPs1LoN, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn., 1889 CH1, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., . .H 1839 PHI, Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto, Cal., 1391 Psi, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., . . ,890 ALPHA BETA, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa., . , 189, 336 EILQIMNEIE MEMIEERS. Brown, Anna Louise, '90, ..... Burdette Countryman, Edith Florence, '90, . Cuba Day, Mary A-1 '89 ,-.. . . . Waterloo Jennings, C- Pauline, '89, . Peddie Institute, N. J. Parker, Ada Belle, '95 . . . Mansfield, Pa. 346 SCDKQBIKES lllNl MIK E. Baum, Josephine, . - -..... 131 W. Onondaga Larrabee, Florence A., 616 Crouse Avenue Lowell, Lizzie L., - . 119 Marshall Lowell, Mary L., . II9 Marshall 143 1 1-8, -"e. , 1- A - , ,,,....., ,. Q - , 1 il 1511.1 1 I ur14'114 l1w'2?fe1f i'-',1f' aflmmwanfsqeam-.mmmea 1-,'Qi'i ' " Wm' .Li I..f"g1f?5"ii?" .za ' , i , .W . 'Ai i all-'1 A-3,1-. .-'rf it 1 F' vm ' 'raw .wr wainiag- lg 'Katha .elitiri-ia TIHIEWJ. 994 . fi U HE KAPPA ALPHA 'l'HE'l'A Fraternity was founded at De Pauw Uni- versity, january 27, 1870, and was the first society of ladies to be or- ganized with the principles and methods of Greek-letter Fraternities as a basis. The success of this first experiment, however, is demonstrated to- day by the number of similar organizations that fiourish in both Eastern and Western colleges. Kappa Alpha Theta was founded with a national charter, and its policy from the first has been to place chapters in the leading colleges, and to main- tain the high standing of the society by requiring conservatism in members. Until 1883, the government of Kappa Alpha Theta was held by, Alpha chapter, but now it is vested in a grand council which meets biennially -the next session to be held at Chicago in '93. The publications of the society are a journal called H The Kappa Alpha Theta," a song book, a new, edition of which is just out, and a catalogue. The badge is a gold plate with a covering of black enamel-two of the four curved sides are larger than the others, giving it a kite-shaped appear- ance. In the irregular space thus enclosed is a centre of white, on which is inscribed K. A. H. with two diamond stars above. The colors are black and gold, and the Fraternity Flower is the black pansy with gold centre. There are at present nineteen chapters, but there are no sub rosa chap- ters, and no preparatory students are eligible to membership. - Chi Chapter was founded at Syracuse University, October zo, 1889, and was very cordially welcomed by the Fraternities and Sororities already estab- lished here. Delegates were sent from Iota at Cornell to establish the chap- ter, which' consisted of eight charter members, who had formed the local society known as Kappa Delta Phi, and though there were Mirtcefz to cele- brate the installation banquet, the old proverb has for once gone awry, for 144 ii " N2"m' W "'3-'F IMKAQWIQA Hiifhfl el "L'11,!7C1 in the two short years that we have been in Syracuse University, we have constantly added to, instead-of losing any of our' original number, a.ndWthat we have, through the kindness of our ,companion societies, and through the special advantages of the institution to 'which we belong, gained an- almost phenomenal success. ' MAY' E. BROWN. 1 :t':J.f-.-fi ' L .ii c j 1ffJ.S5'f: - 'nib l fl --V YV-1-- G0 u . 9 ' I J ' x W 145 sE,,e:fg,' ,' 191-,jf f"r',y,y.,jal,-1 7, 11:42 iw lh'.3rxPfiagn9izf'5,Sk'sSiesfna,e-a M1235 will Q -.1 ' ... Junior? soennrr. as ' coarse iii? coffin. F L sie CHAPTER OF THE DACICIEK. A FOUNDED 1889. N1NE'1'v-Two. D. R. Cobb, E. L. Dow, ' W. D, Lewis, ' F. L. Purdy, M. L. Glazier, ' J. L. Barnard, . L. O. Wadleigh, F. G. Watkins, L. H. Rice, I. G. Rankin. N1NE1'v-THREE. Edward H. Dann, Albert G. Thorne, john H. Cook, A. S. Hotaling, Lewis P. Smith, james L. Brewer, William P. Graham, Frank W. Kirkland. 4 ' FRATRE.s IN amz-E. F. ju Marion, '9o. F. C. Husted, '91, V IH. Da.,nziger, ,90. V T. E. Oliver, '91. ' I. H. Levy, '90- -' C. C. Cook, '9r.- ' CHARTER' MEMBERS. 141. L. Church, H. Danziger, Jr., C. W. Douglas, E, Fenner, S. C. Ferris, VW. B. Hanbock, 1, 1-1, Levy, F. J. Marion, O. C. Mirteenes, W. H. van Allen, ,G. K. Statham, F. M. Rooney, . O. R. Whitford. 146 . , wwe ww fn Wpf -,gil . A, Qin' M. . sf:-in A wi P M3337 4 HW!! fi, Sf L- - iv -- ,- , w. v 'WW CQRWSE Q QOFFHN EllL.lL...' CwsxEl'1PlKE HA if LL, APRIL 29, 1692.553 .J V.. 11A'rRoNEssEs. Mrs- Hendricks Holden, Mrs. George H. McChesney, Mrs. William Nottingham, Mrs. W. P. Goodelle, Mrs, j. M. Wieting, Mrs. D. J. Mitchell, Mrs. Louis E. Fuller, Mrs. D. K. McCarthy, Mrs. E. S. Ienney, Mrs. C. E. Stevens, Mrs. Thomas Emory, Mrs. George F. Hine. RECEPTION COMMl'l"l'EE. Mrs. C. E. Stevens, Miss Alice S. Dunn, Mrs. Louis Fuller, Miss Grace H. Webb. u . COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS. Albert S. Hotaling, Edward H. Dann, Albert George Thorne, John H. Cook. FLOOR COMMITTEE. Albert George Thorne, ' ' l"T' -. ' . .:ti13'fi2' Edward H. Dann. . 7l'?5.1'l'EXT4S'-3fiQ':tCWfl5r.l'H3i'GiWl77l'2'1.i...,..L .nu-..L..mdnmzmn-... ..-Ly ,324 ffel - 4222? tsgrsef 1 ' HK, ,ws i A -4 . 1 . .i, if ilinffff-sw' f we 1 ' " THE QHNUVEEQSHTT FJSSEM LY. m+:3lClYHNA5lUl"l PARLOK5, APRIL 26, l8.92.v:w?evJ SBIVIRHNGI TERM IRIEQIEIVTHGINI or THE - Q THREE COLLEGE FACULTIES TO.THE STUDENT BODY.. - I1' "ff RECEPTION COMMITTEE. Chancellor and Mrs. C. N. Sims, Dean and Mrs. J. R. French, 4 Dean and Mrs. G. F. Comfort, ' Dean and Mrs. H. D. Didama V. COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS. Prof. J. Scott Clark, Liberal,Art Faculty. ' V Miss E115 1. French, Fine Art Faculty. Dr. Caylord P. Clark, Medical College Faculty. Mr. Edward H. Dann, Liberal Art Students. ' . Miss Mary Mabelle Paddock, Fine Art Students. Mr. Walter A. Scott, Medical College Students ENTERTAINMENT. University Glee Club and the Delta Kappa Epsilon Orchestra. ' ' .I A. v . ,Q 'A I. . ... I W . A ,xt 3,, sv ff:f'y:p-Mwst, fr-W A'- fl f"fff7'fi, f 5'4" ' e A '- . . ,V .p "'.' .",z:rFf y .,.i ' - ' , .Tif- . ,fi -ff' ,-. ..,,,,...t.. .,,...,-H' 9 M Sesoso Assume Stes ..i0F1... DAGGEK QHAPTEK OF QOKPSE L19 QOFFIN. uvuNc.s1-on-s cans. FEBRUARY ZZ. 1552. H TOASIS " As onward wejourney, how pleasant To pause and inhabit ct 'while Thosefew sunny spots, like the present, That 'mid the dull wilderness smile." Toastmaster, . . Raymond -Cobb, '92 I " The Dagger Chapter," ....... E. L. Dow, '92 "The lower world, of course, was there, And all the best, but of the upper The sprinkling wus but shy and rare,- A few old saints, who loved a supper." "The Social Side," . . .' ..... W, D. Lewis, '92 On with the dnnceg let joy be uncontlned, No sleep 'till morn, when youth and beauty meet To chase the glowing hours with flying feet. "Our College Life," . . ..... F. H. Watkins, '92 " Ah! Deur old scenes from mem'ry's sheen, You shame this dizzy strife.- T0-night I'm sud-on the morrow ghtd, - Ha, hal 'Tis college life." .4 The Future," ........ E., H. Dann, '93 " Then 1111 the bowl-away with gloom! ' ' f Our joys shall always lust, For hope shall brighten dnys to come, And memory gild the past." "The Ladies," ........ A. G. Thorne, '93 "You ladies, you whose gentle hearts do fear 9 The smallest mousteous mouse that creeps the floor." 147 1' ' 1, 1' l , ,L ,V l V1 vivid- '?:. -- -- m y ' -- 1 . ' , . 1' Wit?---lfili' ' " " g. '- J, i.,f,l'iJ1f.-mp v.- i t s ' ' ' . , ' A . . ,' .L . ' ' - ., xMMkCy...fC'i -z'GQiZE3F2:,m:51,f, . . ,L ,'2'Lyif4tuf.g5df!,,.G5g9p:t4'Q f, r Pri" , f w e- 1 .l , Mamownn. .wwntwmwwhir-I 3 :w.w-sim THIETE1 'NU EVSHILOINI. fSOPHOMORE FRATERNITYP fOUNDED 1870. Bmm QHGIIIVTIER. ESTABLIBH ED 1872. ARCH FIENDS1 NINETV-TWO. 1 --- 3 5 --. 6 1,8 ,--- -..415 5 ---. --- 23 6 ---. ---- 4 ..-.- I2 T9 23 --- 23' 5 ---- 'I -.. 3 , ' 1434.-. .-.. .6 DEMONS EX-OFFICIO. ' NINETY-'i'HREE. 6 --5 3 , fs ---- 4 ... 2 4 23 -,--. 7 -f.'- IO ' 23 .... I3 gn 1.9. 7 -- II 13: '4 8 13 DEVILLINGS. V NINI-:Tv-FOUR. ' "' P ' A f IIZII ? -7--"' --A W ---- WI' . 2' ---- ---- ' u' .V ll - N, ..,, qi ,,,, -A-f av -- r , 'f 6 ' "X," ---- W + .... + ----X 9 X m q ' W gm . ' 1 , , 1 A ' 'W-1, A 1' 'if' -'Q qv , ,N if , mn? A 4 Q . , , K Y, -v 1 ..or:xwncn.,N,v. V fn.,y,vyr.f.ur, 5. x "X-ia., V- 'V JQ125 W ' H+., .wp iff I A .Af uw Fr ? F '72 Wmfvr 11 ' T ,-.Pwr nygkbf Atwzm W M? . QA, 5 . ' ' ul w 1 - 'Q , . f ' - - L ,av ,A . , 5 " , . X 'I , Q , fir .- - ' ' ' , 'Mi .twirl ' l d---,, ,I ' 1 ' A1 tv ..Q425f..4l '21 - V- .L' .x,. ,l ,N . . . , ' 4 , I :-, -ff ffm ,J-'X 1 j?Tfg5 .g',3ff1faraf+f n ' .M ' - . V q ,Q- W --'H '- 1 .fqyfv if f' -7 ' w 5 I '.1:aW,jz,Il t Y 1 f '- ' ' 1' ' L if" , M 'gf' FEW' 'Qi?" f' VJ 53" " Lzmf. . L A L , fl vw, - J -:M-fb ""1"-" mimilmdwmh W- 1 W 'f wi -' ! . RETIRED 'TITANS IN URBE. A res, Frederick S , .' y . ...... , Coddington, Rev. 'Herbert G., , Cook, C. C., - . Crowley, William B., . Curtiss, M. Edward, Devine, James, . . . Driscoll, Ambrose C., . Dunlap, William H., M. D., Durston, Rev. A. S., . Eddy, Rev. Charles M , . Eclgcomb, Ernest I., . Farrington, Frank J., jr., . Fuller, Rev. Henry R., Fuller, William B., . Gere, Robert H., , Gere, William A., , Gott, Frank D., , Hill, Everard A., , Hine, George F., Hooker, D. W, S,, , Humbert, Edward C., . King, Henry F., , Kinne, E. Olin, M. D,, Marion, Frank J., , Nottingham, Thomas W Oliver, F. E., . , , Pease, Henry H., M. D,, Parker, Wilford W., Shove, Benjamin S., . Spalding, Colin A., Talbot, James H., Walker, Frank R., . Wells, Edwin- M., Wilcox, Frank Z., Wilson, James W-, - York, Albert M., I 1886 1886 1891 1890 1880 1883 1887 1875 1,877 1884 1889 1889 . .1883 1885 1883 1884 1882 1883 1876 1887 1881 1881 1876 1890 1885 1891 1883 1886 1880 1882 1884 1885 1882 1876 1879 188 ,5 5, p. - 'fi Pl ,2'z,2g, e A fill tf ' -,,, :JM Y .' ' Y215Jf'- A infnu. .nw ' we , 'Y ,' Y.-, "fi.- , ff . R A Higcidzrjllj 513911211 Igiiietiiorj lgcrzjeiuif 5-OF THE-1 BETA + GHAPTER, + THETA + NU + EPMLON, VANDERBILT HOUSE, JUNE El, 1551. ' fQ3,.bv,,g-'E-h"-3::i:- -111: 5 loastmaster, A M Yonex, 85 MUSIC H N I Banjo Clulm ' lhe Fratermty W B Crowlex, Them Nu Fpsmlon IS the pulse by wluch the Fur ulty dctclmlnc the condition of the students " Theta Nu Fpsllon Alumm, P F Paper How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood ' Our Sub Rom Chapter, R H Gere Truth crushed to earth slmll rise again 'Our Commencement Appomtment, J V Brownell Audaces fortwna what Music " '91 s a jolly Class, J W Young, QI Am lalzorea yucundz " A Chestnut 'lhe Faculty, HIS Nlbs, gz Ye Gods what have we here ? " Last of All His Nobs please call at my room J R French I O 7. .Z .' 1" H' , ' - 1, v. ' . -HT' l 1 er.,.'a".' ' ' ' . . . Q I ' ,l N, ,ir I, A V Ll QQ' fd, , , .A . L -lf C' . b ' -5 I, , v. . ,Q 1?-Lug . . f. f .Q nn 9 .' if Sgt . ' ?wwj"' . ' f- - U ' 1 ' , . . . . . . I . . j 89 Qt, ,fha-. 1 ' n i?kf'f17f' " . J ' ' ' ' ' lf ' ,'h'l uv I ml," ' 'l ' A - 115'-L2 , I A I W ,r V 1 - ' n . 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BETA, Colgate University ,..., DELTA, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, GAMMA, University of City of New York, , it I5I -... -vvliilg 1887 1889 1891 ISQI I 'af Namv' 'wa , iff'-ZI"'IZTfffK' 'l15".?5!7' . .F W ,..g1 .I ALPHA CHAPTER. 946 my-.f x SENIOR APO LLYONS. Alvinezy Frederic, Chinchon Chow Chow, Jr., F-Q Shorty Hollenzellern, V Heliotrope Le Von Roy Bol I , 'v 1 Vecchi jim Whang, Horace Tipoo Sahib, li' fi Manlius Cadetius, J' .1 Van Oost Getagaitsky, ffl' ta JUNIOR IIANSHEES. Allan Anaxagoras, Crowfoot Claret, Single Frankfortzen, Munn's Extra Lachaise d'aix. Blowinsky Allhegotsky, Tocqueville Jamesville, Vassar Receptus, Blondy Pacchioni, Perceval Pontifex Getinafix, O'Callahan Mezzofanti. Hr sovuomoluz 1.uc1ifERs. :Qi fi" Mac Invaine McNab, Ludwig Lovejoy, , Livy Bluster, Mohawk Bantam, Oracle Swashbuckler, Duke 'cl Hunger, . Midnight Clothesline, - ., I' Iii . f.,vf V. W Chivalric Opendooric, jackinbox Lordleigh, Spindle Twitter, , Aspen Shakem, i ' Shuffle Andcanter, JI' if t Riddled Brain, FRESH MEN IM PS. , i' i' Whiskeretza Craggycrimple, ' i , Garlicfungus-Potpou I ,. e , iw, 'C ii " ' . , I ' ' ' .4 . ,I A 'I 4 . I ui., 5, I , ',:, f . 'f V 152 Hector Bombastes, Malapert Prig. Epicurus Sackcloth, Gulp-god Catiline, Gohomewith Frauline. Tangent Trundle, Wabble Trochilics, Bustle Flounce, Jehu Stoker, Stand Patt, Spikebit Lemonsoda, Slitinpants Terracotta, rri. - - It Mfg I I v' fn- , fhfifgzm .V . , , A V - , A - ,V H- , - 'f f R gifs-:"'-f.1,5,".':,f. 'f ' f 1 ' 431 mb. H --J. .aw-'H 'f Q . .. ,. V --.. f "1 1 xr IL. r:Mw1i.owrlmuafsM'.,l, ,fl Im- A-IW - Y' Facts and Ficticii. Social and Iiiteiiecttieii. Wise and Otherwise if- I K K - 6011232 501358. ONONDAGAN PRIZE POEM, BY MISS JULIA SKINNER, '93 There is a book on Memory's shelf Inscribed in well-worn letters To ,College Days, and not for pelf Would I displace it for its betters. My history for tour short years In it I see and readg Through it come back my joys and tears, My youthful thoughts and deeds. Some sheets are scattered, some are torn, Sometimes I miss a pageg But all are soiled with use,,and worn, And all are gray with age. Sometimes I find a.,pa.ge that's clear Where the dim ink has fadedg And wonder if 'twas best that .here My life should go unshaded. But there are others, thumbed with use, Whose letters stand out brighter, And meeds of reward do not refuse To the careless, youthful writer. O, now my hair is thin and gray, My course of life is run, But withdelight I trace my way Through college work and fun, Right lovingly I turn the leayes Of the book of my College Day, And royally my fancy weaves An Apologue for the play. ' ' Iss IACFIE MI . . . r I .,i I , yi, , 4 will L" val . .rf w .I I, IQ, M - ,mf T 2 -'iw nv -f yi' y f' ' ra ff 1 T -,l ,, L.. . , .. .. . w .4 ' ,,, 4. dvi.. ' l""""""W '- -', 'it There are scenes which make this old cheek blush And my hand tremble even now, But I turn the sheet with a patient hush And my head with reverence bow. How kind and how great, how good He must be, Who could take my hand and lead Through sin, and evil, and mischief, me, Till I came to tell him my need! But my eyes grow dim and my thoughts take wing And gone are worldly cares, When I read of the times when we used to sing Upon the chapel stairs. The gray, stone walls before me rise, I tread the ill-kept grass, 1 I clasp men's hands, now old and wise, Who shouted for my class. ' Those bright, old songs, some dashing, gay, Some soft, and low, and sweet, Some solemn, grand, some, a short lay To breathe love's burning heat. L Hush! faint and far away I hear,- The boys are standing there, And now they sing and now they cheer Upon the chapel stair. The dear, old songs, how good they sound Upon this dull old earl ' , f They fainter, sweeter, spread around i To brighten old lives drear. Like the clinging perfume of a faded Hower, One strain from those old lays, Brings back to my mind the happy hours -' When we sang in my college days. f L A f But the flower is dainty and fresh and bright, ' And the perfume is faint and sweet, 1 f As I dream of the old, old times to-night Now rounded and complete. 5 f - i 156 '5-ff-7 Nfl . , , I, .,1. 1. mf. ,.,i. ' ,wmai ' .. lf' ' I ' ,,f'i'i.7,"' ii 'i -- Jw"'nkQ35FJi V ' , ,ll -'EJ' .ift.!'?'7'i?2,LyL:1.l. .xi N. l fi mir-any-uq Mm- v The J ' s ,,.J,.,,fvLQ WW ' W1 .kgs That misty veil is torn aside, That hid Futurity 5 Andmy heart is humming this even tide A song in a minor key. 'Tis singing a farewell message to all The boys I used to know, Who sang with me in the college hall In that so long ago. --1-..1-.i-l Qankrupi 'Freshman and The Sacred Sock. When the shades are waxing furtive 'Twixt the twilight and the gloom, And pale Cynthia's beams blink fiirtive Round the crannies of my room, I feel me growing pensive, As across the grate I stare,- For I'm feebly apprehensive That there's ruin in the air. As I gaze upon the splendor Lying round on every side, I see a Witch of Endor Stalking forth with gloomy strideg Her stern demand infernal, i As she seizes all I own, Makes me long for light diurnalg And I blind my eyes and groan. The Witch comes in the gloaming, But the Sheriff comes at dawng Ere the night-owl ceases roaming, All my chattels will be ggne. Ah! those reckless orgies Rhenish That have brought it all about:- My pile I wus! replenish, l Or-by jove!-they'll turn me out, If I'd done as Mother told me On the day I left the farm! Waiting, ready to enfold me With her gentle loving arm, 157 1 , i.. vi nmrfmm 4 'Wt-wfx N. " L" -F, 5' 35 She whispered to me faintly, As I left the old front door, With its trellis hung so quaintly, And the green-sward down before. And there she handed to me A package snugly tied, And her tone Went piercing thro' me As she murmured-almost sighed: " My boy, this book is dearer Than a world of books to meg 'Twill make your pathway clearer If you'll only lookiand see." The book is lying yonder In its paper, snugly tied: ' I've never thought to ponder- Even read-the words inside. ' I think I'll try forgetting All the foolish things I've done,- I'll read the book:-regretting , May repair the course I've run. The package to me bringing, Where I sat before the coals, I loosed the careful stringing, To imbibe the drink for soulsg My tearful eyes went blinking With a rapture all untold,- For there came a joyous clinkingz- 'Twas a pocket full of gold! " Ho, ho!" I wildly shouted, "Will I settle?-well I guess!" My remorse I sgeering scouted, ' And, I'm happy to confess, My fortune's state inflated Filled my head with longings rare, And my luck I celebrated With another glorious tear. " CHERRY COLORED CAI l 158 Q . fi ' '- sm 'f35 i"r5Q1j1'ik.' f f. -, x x f L " . i L-1': wx V s .,i-' f'f535,Qi ?. "M'iTfli3 ' , .1..if:l'-' +L f 's'.,g4:"g.' '.",.f.5vi , , M, ,, I. , .i X,-i. w',- Y. '.,.,"if" , f i ' V is .:.LQifl.:?im Q . i 1 V1 umtiqig. ij? ' ' f , V .- f 'Ki ii?-Fil we ' 'f,. X i .ny an . .,, MF i . "lA . STIREICQISE QINHWEIRSHTT CQINIQIIRIESS.. . ORGANIZED NOVEMBER 14, 1891. A OFFICERS. 'L ' President, Dr. Frank Smalley. .Q ,V-, -is i. u 1 l 1 li fm 31 Vice-President, Prof. W. H, Mace. Speaker, Prof. J. Scott Clark. , 1 Speakernprd fem., Geo. A. Redington. Clerk, W. L. Morgan. it Sergeant-at-Arms, M. J. Whiteside. Treasurer, E. I-I. Carr. I REl'Rl'ZSEN'l'A'1'lYES. i E. Burch, Georgia, E. H. Carr, Indiana. H, Churchill, Illinois- F. G. Dutton, Connecticut. 4 F. Dutcher, Texas, B. U. Esmond, Missouri. G. W. Gardner, South Carolina. C. N. Goodwin, Virginia. I - D, E, Hawking, Ohio, S. F. Herron, California. S. B. Loveland, Pennsylvania. F. K. McFall, Maine. H. L. Morgan, Michigan. ' W. L. Morgan, Washington. -fp ilii A G. 0. Redingwn, New York. L. H. shepherd, Minnesota.. L in S, Scott, Wisconsin. G. E. Strayer, Colorado. M A. C. Stevens, Louisiana. I L. E. Whittie, Massachusetts. V, W, H, Van Benschoten, Iowa. M. J. Whiteside, Kansas. f !QQ.f,l G. F. Whitfield, Vermont. 'L - ,-,', eil . Tia 'i..i f Q , ' . , . . M ..... Laing i Y .2 Q i". .--Q-,Q.::.U f.'.Li.i '-" i - 'il't 'iii fi'i1f'4' 1 i 1 A 'rw' .X ' , n,v.x., , 1, -, wif W , Q22 Ql'leyF2niOnS. 0f1g"lllll'ZL'lL' in 1891 fo Hfllllffh cz gram' bajfuznl Mc rbarh of ar!" in Miflgs Lzhvwy, .D1'tlllllIfl'L' am! M1zs1'ra!. Miss Abbott, Miss Gwynn, Miss Taylor, Miss Mercer, Miss Mason, Miss Hayden, Miss Trowbridge, Miss Forman, Miss Gratia Gywnn, Miss Helen Guernsey, Miss Churchill, 'I' H E G RAC ES. Miss Georgianna Taylor, Mr. O'Donnell, ' Mr. Carley, Mr. Perry, Mr. Barnard, Mr. Dow, Mr. Fanton, Mr. Dann, Mr. Thorne, Mr. Purdy, Mr. Redington, Mr. Carpenter, Mr. Benedict, Mr. Comfort, THE APOLLOS. Miss Miss Guernsey, Miss Perrin, Paddock, Webb, Miss Miss Saxton, Miss Skinner, Miss Downs, Miss Featherly, Miss Loomis, Miss Hills, Miss Losey, Miss Hinkley. Mr. Mr. Chandler, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Rankin, W. D. Lewis, Mr. L. H. Rice, Mr. Watkins, Mr. Allen, Mr. Cobb, Mr. Allis, Mr. Brewer, Mr. B. C. Miller, Mr. Noxon, Mr. McGerald. OFFICERS. ' President, . . . . Mr. O'Donnell. Vice-President, Miss Taylor. Secretary, . . Miss Forman, Treasurer, . Mr. Perry. Stage Manager, . . Mr. Dann. Business Manager, . . Mr. Cobb. 160 ,-i ,gba . ' , - . i , ssmmfriii' - Sfiii-'-1 Ff""YETi"'?'f t?"f"f 1Jl'2'f I. ,- ,mg f -f.-.. fi we 1. lllr IM ws . The Qollege Eniertexinmenl Pruscfztm' at Illusic IJHZZ, Feb. 11, for Mc' Muff! ry' Mc Bare Ba!! A.I'mc12z!z'o1z. 336 PART I. . "TI-IE REGISTER." WYILLIAM DEAN llOWELl.S'S cumming 14-ABCE l I I. Il. fi- Q. l 1.5 L Q cIIARAc'I-ERS. Miss Ethel Reed, ..... . Miss Austianna Taylor Miss Henrietta Spaulding, . . Miss Georgianna Taylor ' Oliver Ransom, an artist, . . . . Edward H. Dann Samuel Grunridge, an attorney, ...... Leon A. Carley J Time-The present. Place-Melancthon Place, Boston. U . ' PART ll. Q. a Mazurka in D minor, .7lvrhaz'kx1wkI ' bg Staccato Etude, flflzlfifgsteizzj, D, g ' ' Prof' W' H' Barber ' Romeo and Juliet, fCarm Qfraj, . . Syracuse University Glee Club Vocal Solo-" Answer," flfobynj .... Miss Georgianna Taylor - Cornet Obligato by Prof. W. I-I. Barber. , Selection, ........ X University Glee Club The Three Glasses, flfmdallj .... . . Glee Club ,J TI-II? INITIATIIJN. l IA college play written by Edward H. Dann was ready for presentation on this occasion, ,J but was postponed on account of a sudden death in Mr. HamiIton's fami1y.J l 'e,' sIs'I'I:Ias IN CHI MAMMA PI. ' Psyche, . Miss Georgia Forman. Phoebe, . Miss Jennie Downs. I Clyte, . -. . Miss Nellie Mason Cloe, . . Miss Gratia Gwynn. Agatha, . Miss Miriam Guernsey. Angela, . . Miss Anna Hills. il Ionia, . . Miss Helen Guernsey Valeria, . . Miss Jessie Perrin. Daffie Dill, Q Inmates, . I ' I Miss Belle Churchill. Sweet William, l U Miss Cordelia Losey. 5, nizornrms lN sion JIMINV mu. M G, 0, Spell, of the church, ...... W. C. O'Donnell J Johnny Quill, of the Press, George G. Chandler Ji Forensic Plea, of the Bar, . . , . Louis Allen Medcus Cuttem, of the new School, .I Frederic P. Comfort ,IS Diablephisto, . . 1 . . .' Paul T. Carpenter A Witchinfesto, . . W. C. Hamilton ' 161 g ",', P . 2 I-I" If-'lffwftiffflrw I I1 -I'iI I'-"'i"iii?f'fflilllM6ifniIi-Q . . ,V A 'L ..i,. ' ...1 q , ." -'5 M Z" 'Wfw 'iw . :iw -. , , .H ,ii ' .,., ,A Q , ,. f,,,y.'-f.y,,m',- A 1 ,h ' -. .J-,4g..f.igag-, ,, ., ,., !,,,.,:,,g' . , ., ,.-, V t X ,. ,I yu .,,v,.1 ' . ' 'f . ' ' 1 1 1,1 if "l.,'3L . W. THE WQNQR A RQLL.. n We Students by Fraternities who attained the distinction of First Rank in the Fall term of the present college year. - I. C. Rankin, F. H. Watkins, E. H. Dann, F. W. Hamblln, H. J. Banker, E. D. Shepard, J. A. Wright, B. C. Richardson, A. D. Berry, I. W. Sadler, E. L. Hollett, W. C. O'Donnell, G. H. Haigh, O. Redington, 1 at i.- ' n 2 , ...5 .f I f' at H 2. X Z. Wm. Hartel, J. L. Brewer, J. H. Caffrey, A C. F. Wiley, W. W. Nichols, W P Graham ' A. K. E. W. B. Hodge. A. T. 'IC T. O C. B. White, fb. lf, 'l'2 111. A. 8. r IL' 8. II. . . 9 .I W. H. Van Benschoten, A H. Churchill. L. O'. Wadleigh, R. E. Brettle, F. Z. Lewis, W. M. Kerkhoff, A. G. Leacock, A. W. Skinner, C. A. Metz, S. F. Herron, G. G. Groat, J. W. Stevens. S. C. Hutchinson L. H. Rice, W.. E. McGerald, H. H. Reynolds, W. D. Lewis, C. I... Peck. E. F. Herman, H. O. Harbach, A. E. Larkin. S. Scott, ' C. H. Treadwell, f N162 . , a5lA.'lJ, . , ' 3177-'L 1' - l ' . .. ' iggfzszfgrlqlig- , , . , M ' V -N . . L 5I'vU5l ' l'v K""-'L'w-v.,.3v'H.fxfI ' A fl' U ' ,. f 3'l'f3i'-f'f" .k -'i"+fA"v"L.pi' -,'r-,fn-"1 '.,, - ,- V :.l 'Mm' : A 5 "..""f5 .f ., Q , j A X f " ifglk v 3f3'.5.,52?ff. ,..iif'?. 56 -fs'l1:."":'?1:'f..iiw51wmijiifrf Ffux:vka.i .. , , 3 , ','EEg,T f.v'1,?'S.'f , ji, . F: .1,:aE.'.' " Vs ,-f, -.Hwfz 'fi'-iw 4 lr lf' "l?r1g. W w 4-H-W"- ' -wi'-.N fu Q. A 1 t,,y.j,, rf,:4'.f ,, - :AN 3:,.,5i:w lN N g n' 5 in 1 1.3. -14. 5'iQF!f2, :, I-, ,r ,w,u.' ,,LgM,WjM g5,,1,J,,fM I YM N' -4 f 7 g . ,- ,' ,. H Y.Lhi,.,yiI5,,,,:J,,:Z 1,1 Wxlpm l l,f,4T..,,,,a.,.N,. .1..c.,,.,w 'tl My -Z I .4 .Jw rs-.4 7 .L I . 'xi' ' . K. L. Abbott, M. E. Reed, M. A. Guernsey, J. Skinner, J, A. E. Whyborn, M. A. Keefe, N. Allen, C. M. Knapp, A. E. Taylor, H. M. Wood, I. L. Saxton, K. B. Hathaway, M. E. Boomer, F. L. Warr, E. M. Hall, M. E. Wright, K.. E. Balmer, C. T. Cummings, M. L. Lowell, O. C. Kellogg, G. F. Snyder, C. M. Bowman, A. E. Hunt, E. R. Truair, M. M. Hathaway, A . C. Holmes, W. H. Smith, H. D. Honk, D.'H. Rowland, F. D. Walter, Seniors, 65 per cent., fpmfl TM-zl,.., T 1 1.4. av. l'. dl, B. lf. K. F. K. A. 0. S. L. Davis. Nou-FRATERNITY. G. F. Tompkins. PERCENTAGE. Sophomores, 34 per cent., 163 Genevra Gwynn, G. U. Forman, Gracia Gwynn, C. E. Ward, M. B. Churchill, G. A. Shepherd, H. A. Hynes. I. D. Mercer, M. F. Trowbridge, G. M. McIntyre, A. L. Cole, M. A. Hinkley, A. L. Klock, T. E. Wheeler. E. L. Orr, S. D. C. Brown, M. A. Potter. ' L. L. Lowell, M. E. Thomson, L. Sauerbrei, F. C. Straub, N. A. Chapman, W. E. Taylor, C. L. M, McCullough M. F. Wade, j. K. Symonds, B. Eckerson, M. M. Leiter, F. P. Schenck, H. Tillbury, Juniors, 43 per cent, Freshmen, 32 per cent W 11.1 . 4 hy,WW. .y .1ulIllIl!mmmm,g I 1, i . f -S n,- W? 5 INDEPENDENT ORDER OF l UNWEQ FLUNIQEQQS. t EEQEE The membership of this society is limited strictly to those failing to pass i up at least eight hours work each term. Their names can be ascertained Wi upon application to the Faculty. This society has been established in view of the prospective 111. lf. lf. chapter here next year. g WHY SOME OF US BELONG TO lf. lf. W. Force of Habit in Flunking. ,. Mental Processes Failing to Track. -I i. ' Y. M. C. A. Arrangements. vi Y. W. C. A. Engagements. Writing Poetry--and Trying to Get It Published. Editing the ONONDAGAN. .r, Holding Midnight Caucus. Y jf Paying Debts. 'ri ' Q Getting Homesick. , That Tired Feeling. Chautauqua. The Recent Marriage of Your Best Girl at Home. Too Much General Information. my Prayer Meeting. ' 2 g' Dyspepsia. T Class Room Bluffing. Paralysis of the Tongue. 1 164 jk Q- 1 ,. i Q V. gym Xwi,3.,y ,Laing , U, vQggm5a,pg9NlC:fQf'im'3f1f,,l.l H .1--NYM: H A I. I W W l A :WAI 'LL I . g',,",i ' . nth. .2 ,i I ' ' 'r A -,Q A. .. L 11' 5 . " ,A iid2,.-.'.+if4.,' L . . , 1 .N . . I s.z...r,.:...,-iff" .. .. H --H--w-.--w---w , .vwvnx-g1.'w."' - i 1 ' '1- But hu cnlls me his lIau'ry, lllS4l1'lll'llttfl0 dt-nr: On my little round lllfll1l.lllSf wlurrc hnir is noi. That hu's 'most nlwuys lntu lu 11 seven forty'-llvci - The lllllllll Until your pupil wus rcauly to ily. And some I Q. AN OVEN LETTEK FROM CHILD HAROLD. My pupn's n sour, And yet not so drcau' llc likus mc u lot, Anil kisses thc spot llu- snys thcrm-'s ll drivm: 'l'hnt hc's just nlivc, Aud whilne he writus books, And 3-l0lllt'tlllll'S ut mc looks, ny poor ht-nd most loo solid cooks. lint il' you wen-me I, l know you would cry And that thing I do, 'Cause my tcuth nrc few, mow of 'um tll'0 just coming tlll'0llg'll. So A discipline ls u sort ol' sin 'Flmt pnpu says l put him ing Oh, well, I'll sec You lntcr, muylw Lookout for, Yours tr You'd think 'twus no sin ll' tlurrc wus xi pin Your nrm just nici-ly st ivking: in: 'Vukc it ou And pupil is good, I'1n sure he would t uwful quick il' lu- only Wlmu vssalys uri- long: l Slllf.fllSll0l'l1SilllgJ' 61:5-sqlvygyx 1-4 mulnl. lust to hclp my ll1'1ll', good pupn lllfllllf, "I'il lw's just on thu vcrgro ill' proim: to urgv 'l'h11t smnu one choke ull' llmt lllUlll'lIl'll.l alirtru. In order to :lid My fntlusr sluid l begin to cry wh:-n thu Hlllllli'IlIllS v uly, For his dcxu' sukv, To kucp hhn uxvnlne l'Il4ll'2 his thirst for knowlcdgu lu- min slnkv. llAlUlllll il. 9 I elqzj Igoiwzicgi ig Qijetpzi. 546 This is the glorious Freshman flag,4 -At just half mast, you see 3 , - They're Ringing out this draggled rag To assert their liberty. These men are Sophs. with courage endowed To wreck all Fresh. conceit, With joy all shining, happy, proud, For the Sophs. are the college elitef These are the rafters hung upon , By Soph and Freshie both, They do not help each other on, Such kindly acts they loath. , This man attempted to get along faster, But an accident happened, you see, r Hle stuckhis foot through the plaster, And almost fractured his knee. And this is the chapel Chancy built, f And this is the Faculty gray 3 And thus these people always wilt X When they think of that dreadful dayl. I And this is the edict the cranks got passed, All classficalj rivalry, When enacted within these walls so yast, Will make Chaney an expelee. , 1 '166 i ,ad Y W' "W'qW :wWwM - ' 'Y " ,M 4 M N ft -1 .zw " V-H """. 'W',rfn7',,,L ' 1' ' t' ' ' A '7' 'I - JT vig? H XX- 0 f sf' 20171 . 2 WEB M 5 fisxixsli' -'.: :bw-5 Qt. ,V rig , 3 2 'if' ""N is ' 6-e:i,'QL"" , 1 ':' - C7'7"""' 4124 X- '- np .,l 4ff T1 , 'N-Qfiyj gx A.5 , , iq" 791 1- 1' 3191 l ' ll Jffjf ' 2-1'-':""i-XZ 55 '5 'A A 'K f 52:- I I ,j ,4- 'ff 1 7 ff Zi, Y A f ' . . ,f 1 ' ji, i 4,-4 .'.'. . ffw-'P' ' ,. ,f,..1,ff .iff Z, k df ff,fWf2fZZf'a?ff ' , KD ,ilfnlllhlll 5 fw' .' 4 ff-, 3 f l: - . - Te W fr , + llii " . Xu? 2.7 ' - - - A ji. 'V " ---- :""Jff I ' v - -1 "" 5 ' 1 ' X LUMLQUUMMUUM L. W M Y ,,- ,ff -W V aww 2' , tu. j 1 E y -x ' gf ' 'TIE 4 LI' A,u13f,? -fill A1 ,ffl is, 'Eg . fi- mf?"-hfj' tin .71 'fwrfu Q-14 - ' , 3 Xl gym Llsywfx V' V QM : ,A-A Masffz Af', ' L, 5 ' V: 1g94T:LQ'G r4'aw f::qaf'af.z.:mm-fwmmw Q x X :N '4 'l I t 4 1 u 5 f S" it 7 if? 4 r" i bi 3 nf A ,,'--ft-Q,,,rw,n.v..q-vera: -sv 1 .' tt, ,,t.: ,3 ' A Wije, Beef. eujel iijez lgupgleu., 5356 The midnight hour was past,-the 1110011 Gave sleepy signs of waning soon. The stars kept guard in sweet content At such soft radiance downward sent, The sentinel trees exchnngcd, " All'g wenvn O'er all the earth deep silence fell. The enmautling snow, so deep and white, Turned the sleeping city to marble bright. . All quiet, pence, and friendship reigns below 'Til up the quiet street comes, soft ,md low The distant sound of merry riders' song, . Now fading soft, now loud and lung' ' Yet nearer thc merry revellcrs come, Enwrupped in thought or neigy fun Yet suddenly of import dire , Are heard the words, " Stop er I me ,, A frightened wreteh at a pistol Blurqg t U' Held by a man who at him glareg, " The wreteh was breaking in next door ,1 The windows trying on the ground floor: Q, 2 He says. The gallant revellers ny To bring a cop who is lingering nigh' The air resounds with the victim'g groans While virtue, smiling, thinks of breaking Q stones,- The sole reward for frozen toes, if -7 r, ' 11. The morning after this wakeful scene The police usher in a youth so green The Justice covers up his eyes. And yet with humor all surmise That in the air mistnkc is rife. The youth declares that in his life No wrong he ever did or thought, The day before he simply sought His coat from the house where it he left 'In the morning, when, to be more deft, He had taken it off while loading hay And forgotten it the rest of the day. The Justice preached from an obvious text, And then called smilingly for the next. . fr I t A , , 1, I , Uftilff. 'T -v 1 ' gk?qqa!W ,tM, , , Relapse of grippe and broken-up rgpose III. ' A moral to draw for the average young man WMU X011 once go away, why, don't come again, And if you must, please earlier call, Lest IMO the same sad blunder you fall. If 05106 you leave Conventionality'B BF11Ck, You re apt to find yourself Hat on 'your back. Folks have 3' Wpllgnance, 'tis foolish, no doubt, Tllllt folks at midnight come sneaking about. S0 his YOU to bed QAdvice is free gratisl 'Before ghosts can think how very late 'tis. Take warning from this hayseed side of bon ton, And if the coat Hts, why just put it on. 168 ,',,5'1,," fin.: At' " , ..,.i-,,'+ya,+,' , 1 4 .. , . 'I t ' 5 -i '3'5'77,f 1flQ 1 1 ' 7 "'m,M . -. , '-af ' 1 , I aww ,vw ' x 1 . ?, -1. --1 -i?i-l V f'.,. ff Z, ' be ' Alina 'Z' x ei " , +V v L is nt ' Slzijl 52015. What is a seer ? One who looks ahead Along the dim, uncertain centuries, And all oblivious to that which is, Reveals to us what shall be. I-Ie hath read Beyond the book-mark of his time 9 hath sped A little faster in the road than his Companions, back to whom in prophecies He shouts the cheerful message or the dread,- Oblivious to that which is ? Ah, nay l I-le looks the lying Present through and through, No whit deceived by cunningest designs : N I-Io knows not .vwmsg what actions men can play Deserve and get his scorn : he knows the true And knows the false. He reads between the lines L. H. Rica. qzlallllj . ' With down-bent head a studentsat in thought Of pleasures past and gone, too dearly bought, Indulgedwithout regard for any duty Towards college life or thought of IIIOFM beauty. A box of pills for every kind of pain Might aptly represent his state of brain. Worn-out desire was warring with regrets That bordered on remorse o'er deeds and debts. The bad taste in his month no sweet could charm, The exhausted nerves no lightning thoughts alarm. Bitter without the sweet, he had that day While thinking o'er a year quite thrown away. Just when his mood is darkest, and his soul Seems gone entirely from his will's control, The door swings wide and on the threshold stands A vision, who with gentle glance commands His silence. Dressed all in clinging robes of white Her pure, stern face alone had dimmed the light. With puzzled, questioning look still stood the youth, 'Til to his eyes she answered, " I am Truth." Her face of beauty full of purpose clear Won o'er the youth and shyly he drew near. " O, fairest vision, bid me what you will. ' To wait on you my life-work shall fultillf' A faint, slow smile illumined all her face, Reproach to approval gladly gave its place, And sweetly sounded her voice to the youth, " Knowledge alone can usher in the Truth."-S'rItAWs. 170 -, V ,sa i ' or T l ,a . ,if 'S ' - .riff 1 :f5i8""i 'A' ' f yy! qi?" VX , rx f -1 F'4,,2n4'h?'M? , X ,K , l -J' larsl. 5 Xi W1 'fries rl, ,T llf,,'f1i,' 'rf uuzsiiim , 1 ill? ' -', .- ,fi .'f' liiiiiw 3' U, '!f,"'W'r" I 'Mi iff" 'N rigvfifm 1' 'iii' ll l M ,rfgpfszfryililsrigrmgffessT bilge fff, -.el ":,f:.s:Af'-:eq :r,.13:eti2-fprgrsfe,ff '1 .fe-is.: 1 ' K f" WHwillFhiliibtfziiiiirz-'f:ffif' 231-1212S-2:f555'f3iimi3'5'5l'i15i:'5l':ii .5 l V15 I ul I -1 ,urn - ..- --. 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He Fell in Love With Himself," Happy Though Married," . . Thelmport of Rice," . In Darkest Cam1llus," Whiskerettes," . . The Descent of Woman," She Loved Another," . Put Yourself in My Place," One Summer," . . . One Soul in Two Bodies," Miss Romaine's Twin Sister," Lucid Intervals," . . . The House that Jack is Building, A Third Party Movement," . Four Years Without a Flunk," How to Play Pool," - - Our Miller's Daughter," Business Experience," 171 By Irving Cornelius Rankin . By Frank LeRoy Purdy By Lorenzo Dow Van Arnam . By Miss Ina Delia Mercer By Frederick 'ram Watkins By Frank right Noxon . By jacob Hagar Carfrey . By Guy Halsey Baskerville By Kingsley Fayette Congdon By George Hasbrouck Haigh By Gurdon Ransom Miller . By William Dodge Lewis By Clarence Loomis Peaslee By Miss Austianna Eliza Taylor . By Burr Churchill Miller . By Olin Clay Kellogg . By Howard J. Banker . . By Dorr Raymond Cobb By Luther Ogden Wadleigh - . " H ,wma -' 1 "1 1- '4"Wl'.i"1.-959953: Mem 5.4 I iv . l' ,il 0-5 .4 i Q 2 Q .Q 1, ,s i Xl! AXV. fIM'i I ,l Q A Q., ' .-,H V: 5Ti'TK""f"' 'V' r J., 7 fj,Sf..'s.5,. ,, .,'.u.rf?f- r ' FX Fine Ari Qourse. .,-.....-.,-,,...... F1u+:sHMAN YEAR--" Paradise Lost" at the door. Sovuomoum YEAR-"AS You Like It" at Calculus. JUNIOR YEAR-" Held by the Enemy" at the Ball. 1. f 5 SENIOR YEAR-"Love's Labor Lost" after al ., .I "-Sr! 2 ..-pm T 1 f r ,ef m ll ,yi V -V -M " he fr for f-s A r : 0 off -F ' """""' ff T Q za,-3 fe mexwe. if f X X f .,:1' Q, If A4 N-is A X , "" 79 7 , Mai ' 1-"' -'fb J-142 '-4 4 if -1 - . ' -f e -111-osiww-4-N' - 9 M, I ' ' r Q- le II' wk lm E 1' ,, Q I Wx - Q W I '- X-I f XV-xv? :X iff fb 'i f 1 Q R ' 'E' I 1' We 5 j " ' 5 fr Q. I 'eff K ' W X vxxxx L 4 2-J '- r r QM r -fs --f 4 . ,355 xX.uue.--,X-Q'-x5Q" . ' ,rw f wx '-' 'N S .. 1-'ii 1- ' .--,1::fT:'1:f' :NJ 1-"ii week Q3-we fame? 172 4 . 4 ' 1-1 ii-via." ' , - -.4 Lzfirrf 41' A ELM.. ., 1" mf GLM? 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PY i W ff 'W' In lee- ,.. :g:5:-5 -..Lf 41 I 1.255 - 5 ti -.EI L' if-si ji I' 4'-if-'f""' "" "'.1."'..- --. rivg, , .gn ...... - . ff -.....i "1,,' ,.f---' -,.,- ,...-'- "' "... ,,....--- -f-- f"" .,,a- - if' ,...- .- Kappa Fiifbiia ,Theta QPIOFVS- MAJOIIS. MINORS- Vesta H. Green, May L. Lowell, Jlrnllie Folker, Lulu Kern, Carro J. Cummings, Nina H. Paxon. LlZZiC Lowell, Jennie Jones, Mtllllc S. L0OlTllS, Flgrgpcg B, Gcgyrgcl KAPPA ALPHA THETA SPECIALISTS. - 'mug "Foul: IN n.xND." Jessica Marshall, . . Full I-louse. Vesta H. Green. ' , Flush in Ileurts. Lulu Kern, . . Three of a Kind. May E. Brown, . . Poker Drawings. K, A, 0. cooumo cum. Her Majesty, the Queen of the Range, .V . . U Mnmc L' Loomis L . - - , Nellie lIOIl'umn adies lu Waiting, .... .3 Num Pawn Lady of the Fryillglinlll - . Jessica B. Marshall Chief Tender of '1'll65I'0- - . . Jennie Jones Maid Ofallwork, - . Mary L. Lowell Protestor of 'l'hegra1.e. ' Laurie I. Stone Lady of Tlneeggllelllvr. - . . Sila Davis Guardian of the N utroaster, . . Mamie A, Beechel. - Myrtle E. Thomson Tnsters' "" i May E. Brown ,J ' ".',.'.'af15ML1'vf. 'H , .igvqxw-:faf'.5fQe?9 ff ,y . I I. .A ..., , , , .' f ', +i,.',,.2U- 'if 1- , 'F f-' 4 X ig ...Em X ' Alf 'K ,ifiqffi x h -P. U. ,f f i K 7 fi K ii If i f li lil! i 'ii X if. ,VJ ' X . I, Ii i! H Viv' 'xx Ii il ,TN JC 5 xxx 0 -...A K 1' lfiiir f .- L . i i Jaimiii 4 J E i ' H if '-'M A if X Q 'ii iixw i N W ,i Mis! K, ai!! . N mx -LMP-ly, BE The Univer-gity 'goarding Qiuia. B02 UNIVERSITY AVENUE. ' George W. Gardner, A. Lincoln Travis, F, lvl, Caggwell, E. H. Carr, S. E. Caldwell, F. J. Perrine, S. M. Look, H. D. Honk, ' Ray Eckerson, Frederick L. Dutcher, Dix Rowland Louis L. Colwell, Steward. 182 Qt! ZQI DELTA KAPPA EPSILON ORCHESTRA , Nw., 1, , E , 5 n ..-n H ' DELTA 2 KHWWH 2 EIVSHLQNO - ' 'RST f .' X' ' Freshman Quarlelle. ,,, lon jackson, First Tenor. 2' A 'W , . 'N QQ 3 Frank A. Beach, Second lenor. 'l' 5 . .. ' l T. Walker Gaggin, First Bass. I , F .-'K . A 'F' Harris A. Houghton, Second Bass 1 J -JL f' nf '.-'1 44 ,J MQW, l .A " Qelie H Grchegira. twig: 1 ' F. H. Watkins, Double Bass. JSE' 2- 51 'lf ' , , , !.5HEijilSlji I. C. Rankin, Violincello. JPQL-.2a'y!1Qllllll'Q if - l ,j L. A. Carley, ed Violin. i :J-0 -'fe-W 9,2 .gf f n r 7' ,gr L. O. Wadleigh, Flute. wif -4 'lf' , . 1 Eywx- G. R. Miller, Ist Cornet i X TP az- Fred Z I ewis Viol " - A "Milli " " ' " ' a' A j J L- George Chandler, i- fx... 'ft -p. " 5: , , , - I 4 Ist Violin and Leader Q4 Ion C. jackson, -H' - .A I . L .g-1' .L 4 Y 'gf-:"'ig 3, Q , -5 1 zd Cornet. - -,uv -1 2,52 gig, f60,f .Q -.," 1 'J ef-Eb- 9 " 1 ' Fred Schlieder, Piano. .Aff -' 1-.Z:jg'. .' . ',5M X 33 "' I 'he Syroougon. 19,,ml,l1,,lw,L ,1v,,,m-may., Years Ago ut Syracuse Uniwsrxlty. The Hi-Weekly College Newspaper published by the Syracusan Association owned and directed by the A l7l'll QANNA QHAPTER OF DELTA KAPPA El'5lLON. "A Cullqgfc jnyfvr fx the ffllfal' by 7f'hl'c'fl the IQICIIXQ' 1fL'fW'7lIl'7lL' Mc Clllllllllflilil of Mc .vI1nz'c11fs. " . F. H. WATKINS, '92, Managing Editor. LEON A. CARLICY, '92, News Editor. L. P. SM1'ri-I, '93, Financial Editor. 183 4 .g1,. 1 l l fl Q, za ,. .3-Q if . All , ' ,ifffv .. , .. L.. . . 7 ii-.eu 'fri'W"i4'1 , . -.mvm-H-1-.. K':'.Qa,,f"41'i- .L Ax -I 4 1. 'Q' ' f J 6126 Glu ls. Miss Alice Dunn, Miss Florence Worster, Miss Grace Webb, Miss Freeman, . Miss Anna Loomis, Miss Hattie Miller, Miss Florence Wright, Miss Schultlf' ' Mass Clark. Mr. lidgcomb, Mr. Dann, Mr. Crowley, Mr. Cook, Mr. Marion, Mr. Carley, Mr. Rankin, Mr. Oliver Mr. jackson. 184 "T i i . 'ra ' ' , ,, ,y ...M . :L E. xm. 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Miss Webb, Miss Schreuder, Miss Mason, Miss Forman, . , . ' I ' w ' Miss Losey, Miss Hinkley, MISS KCHYON, MISS Peatherly. MONK5. Mr. Purdy, Mr. Redington, MF- Carley, Mr. Thorne, Mr. Stevens, Mr. Dann, MF-'Rfmkllh -Mr. jackson. GUAKDIANS. President, . . . MR. Pumw. I '1'reaSU1'Cl', . Mu. CARLI-av. Vice-l'resident, , Miss Wann. ' Secretary, MR. S1-EVENS. ALUMNI MEMBERS. Miss Atwell, Syracuse, Miss Hayden, Syracuse, Mr, Cook, Syracuse, Mr. L. R. Palmer, Clyde, Mr. W. I-I. Rowe, 'l'roy, Mr. Cobb, Syracuse, Mr, Ives, Norfolk, Conn., Mr. Shepherd, Oswego, Mr. Young, Akron, O, Mr. I". J. Marion, Syracuse, Mr. W. B. Crowley, Syracuse, Miss Budd, Syracuse, Miss Dunn, Syracuse, Miss Miller, Syracuse, Mr. Brownell, Wilkesbarre, Pa., Mr. Wheeler, Collegeville, Pa. Miss Kate Miller, Miss Sawyer, Syracuse, Miss Stevens, Syracuse, Miss Weeks, Skaneateles, Miss Worster, Syracuse, Miss Sanford, Syracuse, 185 vii ,i :xr Mr , ,M-',i1,4.f", 1 ,,fx.?G'Zifl. " ,fp iii" Y 'l f,7,:.7.,,.vn,, ,Ji-.94-.9-.,, H:-1 1--4.3 wQ5. my gl-gpggj zipggrayjfifi- ',' i H - f .J ' ill-wfritfng filifirrfi 4 E 1 li? j u Y 4.x Univengilgy jllumni jzlral Qlula. 0l'FlCER,S. President, . . . N. A. VVELLS. rPROF. H. R. FULLER, Vice-Presidents, -HAliRlli'I' S. CuRTls, IE. M. BUELL. Secretary and 'l'reasurer, . . . M. E. BARBER. M1-:M in-ms. Prof. R. F. Dallas, , Prof. A. B. Clark, Prof. and Mrs. E. J. Reed, Lucien A. Davison, Mark Haley, Eugene Olcott, Edwin H. Gaggin, Mrs. I. Chandler, Mrs. F. H. Stephenson Mrs. H. D. Von Kloster, Mary A. Whitford, Minnie Harrington, Helina C. Reymon, Dora Westfall, A Alice Dunn, Franc Dunn, Mamia Smith, Bessie Leonard, Florence Wright, Ivggttie Miller, Kate Miller, Nellie Bainbridge Florence Worster, Louise Darbonnier, Eva L. Harrison, Ella I. French Elizabeth Pitkin, Jessie Z. Decker, Kate'Burr, Ruth E. Guibault Ida C. Gilger, Carrie P. jones, Ida P. Smith. Qfi" iff: EHILQTEQHNE. KFINE ART socuETv.l orricans. President, . . -. Mlss GEORGIE RosE, '9z. Vice-President, Miss E. E. HEWLETT, '94. . Secretary, . , , Miss M. A. MAT'1'IsoN, '93. MEMBERS. Miss E. E. Hewlett, Miss L. B. Jones, Miss A. R. Devine, Miss M. A. Mattison, Miss Georgia Rose, Miss J..I. Harden, Miss M. Glahn, .Miss E. N. Curtis, Miss H. M. Post, Miss M. E. Weaver, Miss M. V. Burnett, Miss C. C. Johnson Mrs. F. Goodjon, Mrs. L. E. H. Moore. iso ' l yi. RQ X. ln l I ff f ff! W ll . SHQMEI THU HRCHHTECTURHL SQCHETTQ cou.:a: or nm: Anvs. onaamzno mmcn e, 1eso. Ulf!-'ICIERS AND MICINIIEERS. President, . IFRANK W. KIRKLAND. Secretary, . FRANK S. l-ius'r1cn Vice-President, EDWIN H. GAUGIN. Treasurer, . G1-:onecle ll. Comms Fred. W. Sherwin, Ralph M. Comfort, Charles S. Lackey, 'Oliver V. Clark, Cyrus F. Johnson, Fred. K. Ward, T. Walter Gaggin, Julius F. Everett, Carl T. Hawley, Mansfield J, French, jr., Fred. W. Revels 187 ?""??""aT' ' "' " 'i"""2."r'f"?f'?l"'5 1 . . "ffH'r-. -- " .'f'g.l . f Ylzlge Havre? ,york efzilurggi efzissociezlieg OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. iii? ORGANIZED IN FEBRUARY, 1892. Prof. Alonzo A. Ashman, '68, NP. T. Rev. William- Colden, '76 Rev. James W. A. Dodge, '70, A. T. Rev. Ernest L. Fox, '81. Miss Sylvia L. Fox, '84. J. S. Manning, '77, if. T. Prof. Byron C. Mathews, '77, A. K. E. Newark, N. J. Prof. Elmer V. Aldridge, '81, 23. NP. Boys' lligh School, Brooklyn. Rev. Karl Swartz, '86, A, K, ld. Zion and St. Timothy's Church, New Yorkl Miss Jennie L. Whitbread, '87, A. IP. Ornni-10, N Y- Miss Mary L. Collins, '87, I'. 'ik B. Orange, N. J. Miss M. C. Leyden, '88. Newark, N. J. ' 'Miss A. L. Crane, '8S. Newark, N. J. Rev. Ezra S. Tipple, '84, A. T. St. Luke's Church, New York. F. G. Bannister, '88, A. T, - ' Prof. Oscar R. Whltford, '90, A. K. E. High School, Flushing. Charles W. Douglas, '91, A, K, E. Zion and St. Timothy's Church, New York. Prof. W. Harman van Allen, '90, A, K. E. St. John's School, Trinity Parish, New York. Rev. William E. Palmer, '91, Y. T. Newark, N. J. Mrs. William E. Palmer, '93, I'. dw. B. Newark, N. J. Paul FitzGerald, '91, NP. T. Prof. William H. Ives, '91, elf. T. Robbin's School, Norfolk, Conn. F. M. Rooney, '90, B. 9. 1'I. New York Sun. H. E. Stout, '91, NP. T. Roselle, N. J. Francis E. Trowbridge, '82, wif. T. Windsor Hotel S. C. Ferris, '90, NP, T. Drew Theological Seminary. Edgar S. Maclay, '85, A, K. E. New York, Tribune. J. L. Bronner, '85, 'la TQ New York-Mail and Express. V. E. Kilpatrick, '91, fb, A, 9, J. Blake Hillyer, '01, A. K. E. Stamford, Conn. 0rgaHiZaii0n Symposium held in New York in February, 1892. 'ro.xs'rs. Toastmaster, , A , , Ihgv, E, S, Tipple, 'The University," . . . . Chancellor Sims 'Old Genesee," . . . Dr. J. M. Reid ' Wesleyan," . - - - .... . . . Dr. S. F. Upham 'Model Trustee." .--. I' . , . . . Dr. George Lansing T avlor ' The Place of Fraternities in the University System," .... Rev. Karl Swartz ' Our Alma Mater the Conservator of Truth," . . . ' Rev. J . W. A. Dodge 1-88 l VARSITY GLEE AND BANJO CLUBS .,.....v,,.,, , .- ,.,'vcw-1w"'E!'7'F'.xfv-v 1.,.....,....,.,,.., ,. "' N.: . ' .. -- v k5'1'X::l9 A . Z .41 L-f rg lg. ,rgfi ' V G ta cfuaafmo eiaignyin 1 M Z I D . yi I ,. 75,9 A . N 1 jp it 'F ' is 5929, Q ,ME A 4...- .,-....iZjx',,1----'H-ff' " I X'Ji..-..- .,. 'gr ' A 'Z 76 - f' 'P 3 Ku, ' I' K In X . K U9 Syracuse Glgiyzrsify Gllcc, lgergjo Qfxergelolig Qlulzas AVERY WARNER SKINNElf,'1J2,A,'1A., M'gr. FRANKLIN P. BRILL, '94, A.T,,Ag5't, Qu.-IEE QILQIB. E. L. HOLLETT, '92, if. T., President, V- S. GAGGIN, '93, A. K. E., Secretary, FRANK LE Roy PURDY, '92, NP. T., Leader. FIRST 'rx:Nons. - Fms'r nzxsslcs. L. D. Van Arnum. '93, A, T., G- AW- Hoyt. '93. W- T-. F. P. Brill, '94, A. T., J. II Shaver, '95, KP. T., I. A. Jackson, '95, A, K. E., F- W- RQVUIS. '95, 'I'- K- '4'-, gEC0ND TENORQ, SECOND BASSEB. A. s. Ruland, '93, A. K. E., F. L. Purdy, '92, xv. 11, V. S. Gnggin, '93, A, K, E., E. L. llollett, '92, NP. T,, F. L. Richards, '95, B. 6, Il. F. K. Congdon, '94, A, T, F. W. Schlif-dur, '95, A. K. E.. Accompnuisr, BANJO MB MAIINIIDOLIIINI QLQI . PAUL TRACY CAlu'EN'l'lcll, '93, H, 0, Il., Lender. BAN-IOS. Mfxnnouus. John H. Cook, '93, B. 6. II., C. Fred Feek, '95, fb. K. NP., Fred. W. Revels, '95, fb. K. NP.. Fred. W. Woese, '95, df. K. Y., P. T. Carpenter, '93, B. 9. H., Edward C. Britcher, '93, B. 0. ll, GUI'rA1zs. William P. Graham, '93, B. 9. U., Edward C. Britcher, '93, B, 6. U,, Gem-ge B, King Harris A. Houghton, '95, A. K. John H. Cook, '93, B. 0. ll. P. T. Carpenter, '93, B. G. IL, Accompunigt' 189 atl2w5,D,mr.' ' 2' ,, A X' 'Qfm wi N If., N- J 1 451.1 . y,':"'?wq, ' ' -9 5'7" ?':."' ' 'WW at ' "Sb - E' f i P 1555 Sis ff' - .TN 7 fgffg ,Z lf, I ,I gy... Qimrels Perf- x.-WP L k'-. 5 es- 7 g d ' X "3 0 24, fix, rw., mlm ig., . , Wi- 135' in fgzfrf wiki, A . Qfficerg and Nlemlserg. President, . . . . Vice-President, Secretary, . Treasurer, Historian, . . . . Prof. Parker, Prof. Goetschius, Miss Leslie, Miss French, PROP. Goisrsciiius . PROF. PARKER. Miss CROPSEY. . MR. BARBER. Miss Moonnmn. Miss Haanel, B Miss Packard, Miss Guibault, Miss Hitchcock, Miss Everett A Miss Reed, Mr. Barber, Miss Mason Mr. Becker, Miss Taylor, Mr. Douglas Miss Adams, Miss Moorhead, Miss Stevens Miss Kingsley, Miss Marsh, Miss Orr Miss Myers, Miss Husted, Mr. Rankin, Miss jones, Mr. Schlieder, Miss Weston, Mr. Eltinge, Miss Cropsey, Miss Pierson, Miss Traver, Miss Cowles, Miss Weddigen 4Miss Wood, Miss Ruland, Miss Stobo Miss Pharis, Miss Miller, Mr. Mische Mr. Purdy, Miss Georgianna Taylor. 190 ' -' 1 l. Eau..- , vs 'LG - Q I an , .. if '- ,x I x A1 X MN .V n' , i Q 4 , 55.1 A M . ix A ' f-f H+ - Ni L 'f"2f- . A 11'-S 0 ' 'w N lfmq lim, i5i55lm4,fAL , Q L? 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' :, A , y 1.1 w C :I c 'L , at 0 Ti- 1 M illi . ll 4 , ' 'I I" l "U LM I WI: I I' In 'V I w ' re fl 'hw' 5 , . - I I U 1' -g . 4 l l f ' ' ' . A A f--X..W..,-or--TW-aan x l A J Ni A 1-ig" Tiff-Q-1 . 0 X0 ' :L A 1 ll ....i"1e'f' ee rl f , 'i f M' N -l ,.l-1 TWENTIETH ANNUAL CKEHATION 0F JOHN R. CALCULUS AND HIS WIFE ANNA LYTICS. Second Annual Burial ofthe Hatchet, at Glen Jlaven, 6:00-Awakus ex morpheo. 7:00- 7:30- Hustellus ad Feminam, 8:00-Locomatius upsteamit. 9:10-Ascensus in Steamboaticum. 11 :OO-Adventus in solida terra. 11 :15-Stampedus in Navicellis. 1:00-Victuali consumuntur. 4:00-Plantete Tomahawkum, 5:00 6:00 ' 8:00 -Swlngete Partners vestras. to 7:30-Sparkus cum Damsella. -Jolxannus Calculus Crematur. 8:80-Exhibitis Pyroteclmica. 9:00-Waltzus et Cetera. 10:00- 11:00 Assaultus in Grubum et Liquores. -Exeunt Omnes in " Glen Haven." Satlsfacite dolorum stomachicum. June 19, 189 1. CALCULUS: Orator, . C. L. Peaslee Poeta, . . J ulia Skinner Historian, . May E. Brown Ordinator, ' . . R. M. Comfort Igninus, . W. l'I. Wakeham TOMAHAWKUS : Vocutor pro xcm., . H. R. Jaqmy Vocator pro xcxv.. R. T. Southergt CoMM1'r'1'EE : Princeps, . Albert George Thorne Henry Phillips Auxiliarii, R. M. Comfort Cl. D. Hammond Magna Rex xcm., . W. H. Perry x 9,115 W. 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Bertrand C. Richardson,'93 Schuyler F. Herron, '94, Bertrand M. Tipple, '94, George G. Grout, '95, Daniel M. Lewis, '95, 6 Q 'fi I Q emo Delta Upsiloq Quarflzatte -roa- 1.. D. VanArnam, First Tenor F. P. llrill, Second Tenor A. G. Leacock, First Bass K. F. Cgmgnlon, Second Bass B. C. Riclmrclson, john Sadler, '95, V--' Pizmist 'Bello Upgilon ,Ql1e55 Qlulo. E. D. Shepherd, . B, M. 'l'ipple, l,, D, VanArnam, W. H. Perry, C. A. Metz, 'U, V, Clark, 1. ,,,4:i' F, '!"'!,' ,,., ! 1 E 196 vm, ,liygliiu E .w,11 l Onie OF ,Della Upgilon. Qella Upgllon Ealing Cellulo. A. G. Leacock, W. H. Wakeham, ' W. H. Perry, K. I". Congdon, ' ' G, G. Groat, A. ll. Berry, IJ. Shepherd, S, Rouse, O, V. Clark, C. N. Goodwin, J. E. Armstrong, V. WAI-Iolmes, H. J. Banker, F. E. Walton, S. F. Herron F. P, Brill, J. W. Sadler, ' D. W. Lewis, CQ f':'2fy . f-wi I 9 , 'lg A 'llggiilx Qs " lf " l , fr SX C' f I2 5223 Ii .1 X' 2,i,r-aRm 3, fa 2-JL, 42:34:14 S:-:fl ""2 00" D Li , GE -it ' X' YTZZY,-7:2-lj' -'- T-dq1?., V- , q,-l" ,,,.,f 197 .5 .?.:.im .Y.,,., I X.. Q .4 .'5,'.' ,N mm ' 1 wr, , lFQVwfuUi'W "1 .fzfhl I IPPC J psnZg67f'7lZ6j-flflD,i BETA THETA lfl BANJO use GUITAR CLUB. Iilmj s-.lohn ll. Cook, l'.tul 'l'. CilI'DCl1Et'l'fL0tldCl'SJ. Mundolin-Edward C. Britcher. Gllitars-ljllwgu-fl C, Ilritcher, William P. Gmham, John H. Cook. WOOQLIN DORQ QLUB. Slmlpc-1' of Dorg-E, L. Dow. Dispenser of Dorg-M. L. Glazer. Medicine: Mun-II. fi11lll'Clllll. Bottle xV2lSllf'l'-VV. Il. Jnkwuy. Bmvvs-W. P. Grnhznn, E G. lleuton, Scott. M. J. Whiteside, W. II. Vnniienschotcn, E. Birch. F. G. Dutton, W. Film-s, C. II. Trcdwcll, F. L. liiclmrds, F.Fl:1hcrty, M. P. Fikcs I! 0. ii. CoAs'r1Nu Cm'n-Dowv,E2otYgYVnIiSVelgoiiott2n,w Gluzer, Heaton, Dutton, Cook, Birch, 'l'rcnriwc-ll, Grnlmm, Whiteside, Rich:n'ris. 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'V '-1 -:gf-1. -' 4 : 1 V - -.' 1, ,V-1-...fy y-fV x ' , - w 'aff' ,JA -,W wh, I., 4 4,1 4 ' .v, I n., h I... ...zu ,, 1. ,D 4. W 5 , V :I Q'-'L' .V j-, .'igc.u't513'4,J-. .,"5'y -'f-7.w":' 'Af 'Ili' -.' V S ' . .' lil' il f,','.,'3 Q3 fl-'a'.Lgb5x-"2 ' . -' , -V,v- '.- 4,4 11- . 4 ' ' 4, - V.- ' V- .-5' 1. - 1, ,Qx ' 4 ,..., wh. .- P 4,5 . Ay... .1, Wal .. -f . 1 4 I ,.,, .4 , . 4, .4x..4 I 4 ' k V.. ' w-. I -- ,. .- - z - V55 -V H 'isglnylff 4 1 'I H 141-4 E' -L ..'.'. 3 .. -.T h 1 44.154 ' F-V1 - V A Q, .. 4, 5 1 ,.,:. 4 u - - I-a,.,,,..'.,I.A',:,3 -- . 7: A - h . 44.-Lizlrzvxih . M ' " oi fhpf' WOOGLIN Dom QLQB, 199 in lklzmuriam. Qt. Quinn Ej. Q-grown. l Y OHN J. BROWN, l,.l,. ll., the lflmeritus Professor of Physics and Chem- istry, whose death at his home in this city, August 15, 1891, was deeply mourned by his large circle of sincere friends and acquaintances, was one of the pioneers in the history of Syracuse University. His boyhood was a struggle against adversity. He never had the advantage of a regular col- lege training. He attained eminence as a scientist in spite of it. By the sad event of his death was terminated a connection of twenty years with this institution. When the Genesee College was removed from l.ima to Syracuse, and reorganized, Dr. Brown was a Professor in Cornell University, where he had gone in l87O from lfalley Seminary, Fulton. His high standing as a chemist and physicist made his selection natural for the chair to which he was invited at Syracuse University. Dr. Brown had no diiiiculty in winning or in keeping to the end the respect and affection of students. He had but to reveal the warm heart and the admirable teaching qualities which he brought from the conference seminaries. ,His bearing was gentle and modest 5 his attitude toward students was fatherly and forbearing: and his reproofs were mild. 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F- J- Bfyrln, Colgate. C. A. Metz, Syracuse. .Howard Conant, Uni , 'l N. J. Barrett, Rochester. A W. P. Keniper, Hobart, .A MEMBERS or Tl-IE ASSOCIATION. " . Colgate,' I Hamilton, . Hobart, Rochester, Syracuse, - Union. ' sie Gseyrercsuscz Glgigersify giljlzlic gissocierliog. OFFICERS. President--E. LeRoy Dow. Vice-President-R. W. Lowry. Secretary--Charles Metz. I Treasurer-W. H. Perry. Base Ball Manager-D. R. Cobb. Foot Ball Manager-L. A. Carley. - Captain Athletic Team-Frank LeRoy Purdy, 203. ' . , x - , 0 . Q I1jf2'1'-Qouzgicztfz olqfljlcfic spzerrtg, Q 596 Captain-Frank LeRoy Purdy, '92. PUTTXNG SHOT AND THROWING HAMMER. Pl1fdY, '92, ' Wood, '92, Rouse, "93. , EUNS AND DASHES. Phrdy, '92, G. W. Hoyt, '93, jakway, '93, Macomber, '93, e 1 L. H. shepherd, '94.. . wALx1:12fs. ' I Macomber, '93, Whiteside, '94. A ' ' VAULTERS. I , A , PUYQY, '99, ' O. P. Hoyt, '93, L. .H. Shepherd,A'94' ' HURDLERS. . Purdy. '92, Fanton, '92, O'Donnell, '92, , ' ' JUMPERS. A V W '.',9 Purdy, '92, ' V Fanton, '92, ' h .M3COmBCf,.'93 ' ' L. H. Shepherd, '94, ' - Everett, '95. ' . . ' ' , BICYCLE. .- , v Thorne, '93, f ' 2.o4.,'.' Hotalihg, 793- , 1, ,. . . ,., 2. 16 Pound Hammer-,F, L, Mead, ,,,.. .... . Syracuse .... 1, S E, 51516, Igliir-Qollzgierld efqfljlelic glssociezlig. if ra SEWEINITH JQIHNIINIQIEIL MEETHNG. MAY 30, 1891, 'AT GENEVA. N. Y. Evnrrrs. Wrumzns. . Commons. 1. 100 Yards Dash.--D' C. Lee ,,,, .... Hamilton . Hobart .... C. C. Heil' ..... ...-- Pole Vault. ,,,- R -- 440 Yards Dash One Mile Walk .... 120 Yards Hurdle. - 880 Yards Dash Run'g Br'd Jump. . Run'g High Jump- Two Mile Bicycle. . 220 Yards Hurdle. . Putting 10 lb Shot. Sherman Rouse ..... -- T. W. Chester ....- - - - O. P. Hoyt .... ..--- - - Syracuse .... Hamilton .... Syracuse .... G. C. Strasenburgh .... Hobart .... G. W. Hoyt .... T. Coventry .... C. E. Bostwlck.- M J. Whiteside. F. L. Purdy ...- D. C. Lee ....- -- T. Coventry E. K. Macomber ....-- F.'L Purdy O. G. Chase ...-. F. L. Elwood - .- S racuse ..... .....-PTamlltou..-. Rochester .... Syracuse .... Syracuse . .- . Hamilton .... Hamilton .. . Syracuse .... Syracuse .... Hobart .... Rochester .... C. C. Hoff .,... Hobart ------ C. C. LaRue Hamilton H' '11 Noyes, ,,,,,.. ,Rochester , Hamilton .... D. C. Lee ....... F. L. Purdy .... F. L. Mead ..... S. Rouse. ...... Syracuse .... Syracuse . . ., ...--Syracuse One Mile Run ..... T. Coventry ..... Hamilton--- T. J. Bryan..-.- Colgate..-. 220 Yards Dash- . . G. W. Hoyt .... D. C. Lee ....... Syracuse Hamilton Rmconnsr --. --10 1-5 sec .--.10 2-5 sec. .-..86 ft.3in. -..-78 ft. ...-.9'ft. Bin -----9 ft. - - . 52 2-5 sec. I 252 3-4 sec -...7m.56sec. .-.Sm.151-sec .... -18 sec. ..--.-.181-sec .2 m. 63-5 sec . .-2 m. 'H sec. -.19 ft. 111 in ---18 ft. 10in ft. 3in ft.3in 7 m. 471-5 sec -.7 m. 475 sec .....271-5sec. ...-...28sec 37ft. 72- in ft .5 m. 3 1-5 sec ..-.5 m. 6scc. -..-.281-5scc ...-.232-5 sec Summary of points by college-Syracuse 43, Hamilton 41, Rochester 18, Hobart 17 Colgate 3, Union 0. The Pennant was awarded to Syracuse University. 205 9 24 u 1 I x 11 1 1 . f, milk Wfxzi. Xl- mt rifle' " Y A V .- y--I-pr 4 as , ' 1 1 2 W .-3E".5 1 4'5" CTT, W' v".r-M ' 1 1 1 .1-.L 'of?1'f1fE.' W 7 l'F5"'R'f4'L'lL' . 31 '."- ' '..1'.l 4L--- r 'vu f '.. .." ."" "wwf, ' , . .4 z',.1,'J'.,?l: lair -5 f,':,L"w" QW' fl' KM ' f - .. .- ,, u ff +w.,',,-Fw., iff, 1 - .1 '.. "' -.1-" M , -'. 1- J' . . . . f . 4 . 1, '19 5.-1-?'.Zlv.fif.1v"ll -1 ., .'.,4 4- . Qmlfrfffffll - 3i.rl5Lw '., ffW'l,4f'.L 'Z ' '.'.'ff,'-Brix' A .QW-1, Lf.. ,, 4.1421 V AM... . . , . yx ,mb .f..v. r .- 1.1 -my 1 -. ,1. 9' ,.4..w,... Q. ,lla ., v.,..3 51,1 Wu.. ,.,.l 1, 2. ',' Mfg.-, ..9J:'y..f.-,.mr'lml.r5 N -1 1 1 1... '- '11-mf-'.,.'l..,, 1f.fNw'.QQ,.,,q?'.,'f'f ' , I Q.. 'J-1-'r b - - I . - ...5v..fPvHM,l Q., -w4'.'gfy.l,4 A A 4 . K Anperaicory lolerf-Qolleginlgi 'Reconclgn EVENT. Rnconn. WINNER. I COLLEGE. YEAR 100-Yards Dash ...... .,.. 1 0 9 .,........ ..,. L. H. Cary ............ Princeton .... ...... 1 801 2:50-Yards Dash .,,,,, ,,,, 2 IW 9 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, L . H. Cnry ..... . ...... Princeton ..... . 1891 440-Yards Dash ...,,, ,.,, 4 052 g .,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,, G . B. Shattuck ....... Amherst . .... ...... 1 891 Half-Milo Run ...... .... 1 rn. 57 1-5 s. ......., W. C. Dohm .......... Princeton .... ...... 1 891 One Mile Run .......... .,.. 4 m. 20 4-5 s ...,..... C. O. W0llB. .......... Amherst . .... ...... 1 889 120-Yards Hurdle ,,.... ,,.. 1 5 4-5s ,,...... ,,., I I. L. Wllllams ....... Yale ........ ...... 1 891 220-Yards Hurdlo ,,,,,, ,,,, 2. 51.55 ,,,,,,,,. ,,,, H . L. Williams ....... Yule ...... .... ...... 1 B 91 Mile Walk ..,..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, T ln, 5 4.5 5 ,,,, ,,., L . COlllS ....... ....... C olumbia ..... ...... 1 891 Two-Mile Bio cle ..,.......,.. is 111.4-5 s ..,,.. .... R . H. Davis ........... Harvard . .. ...... 1889 Running HigllYJump ,,,,,,,,,, as ft, ,,,,., ,.,,, ,,.... G . R. Fearing ........ Harvard . .... ...... 1 891 Running Broad Jump .,..,,,, 22ft. 1154111 ,,,,.... . V. MEIPOB ...... ....... C olumbia .... ...... 1 891 Polo Vault .... . ........,, ..,,,. 1 0 ft. 7 in ,,..,..... E. D. iydcr .... ...... Y ale ...... .. ...... 1891 Putting 16-Pounds Shot ....... 40 ft. 9 in .... ..... . A. B. Coxe ............ Yale ...... .. ...... 1887 Throwing 16-Pounds Hammer 107 ft. in ....... .. J- R- Filllfly --..-....- Harvard . .- ..-.-- 1891 Amerfficnrp A-mnleorv R-scoroclg. Evnnvp, ' Rmconn. Gunn-xox. 100-Yards Dash . 220-Yards Dash . 440-Yards Dash . Half-Mile Run.. 94-5s....... ..... :zwfs ..... ..... 4792 S ........ - 1 m. fr-in 2.5 ...... Milo Run . .-.------. .. ..... 4 m.'2 L- ...- -- 120-Yards Hurdle ..... --,,, 1 5 4.5 5 ,,,,, ,. .. 240-Yards Hurdle ..... .,,,, 24 4.5 3 ,.,,,,,,. Mile Walk .-------------- ..... 6 m. 29 3-5 A .---- Two-Mile Bicycle ..... Runnin!-1' H131 JUYUD ----- ..... 5m. 213-58 ...... 6ft.4ln ........ J. Owen, Jr. L. H. Cary. W. Baker. W. C. Dohm. .' .... T. P. Couetf. H. L. Willams. J. P. Lee. F. P. Murray. W. A. Rowe. W. B. Page. Running Broad Jump .......... ,,,,, 28 fn. 65? in ..... L .... C. S. Reber. P019 Vault ..... ----------.-...... . . ..... 11 ft. 5 n ....... ----........... . H. H. BRXWP- Pumng 16-P0lll1dS Shot .......... ........ 40 fm. 'lgf in ..... ......................... G . R. Grag. Throwing 16-Pounds Hammer .......... . Mlft. gilulrr... --11 :,:::' ......... J. S. Mitc ell. 206 J 1 V' 'A rf N . ' .I 25721, V ' +' vwjh' All 1 fn... -la.-V .,.-A QW . .' . , R . , -'.3'. . 'Q-,' g:u,a,'-,.1L,wQfl"g3,1 ly-gi1'5,,Q4flf,Z L4 ,Q 5 M 'vw' A ' .1 T.1'.'..,.'g al My :--f':-ffwg' 1... , " '- " ,.:.!w',,M .H nm? -2 as .' ILM.: 4,4 . V V .V 1 + - .-an ,. ...EV fl.':E:2f.wf J. ' 'wiifffllli .? 5L'mlt9.3l75. - . l nflifrlfllwi Mu -F1 2' '1 ' l'l:l.Q..fL'v'.. , ...WL 1 Best Athletic Records of Syracuse U rziirersity up to 1892. Evmqm, Rnconn. NAME. Tum. V 100.Ya -ds Dash .... ,,,,. 1 01-5' s .... --.- G - W- Hoyt. '03 ..... .T 17 1890 220-Yards Dash ..., ,,,, . ms 1-rl s .... ---- G - W- Hoyt. :ee ....... .1322 80:1801 440-Yards Dash .... ,,,. 1 52 3-5 s .... .. --.. G- W- Hoyt. 93 ......... .... J une 30, 18111 ' Half-Mile Run .... .... ' 2 m. 7 S ...... ,,,, E , K, Mncomlwlw '93 -... .... J une 0. 1891 ' One-Mile Run ,,,,,,, ,-',, l 4 111,115 s ..... .... C . W. Tooke. '01 ........ .... M ay 24, 1539 One Mllk VVnlk ,,,,,,, --,,, I7 rn, 28 g ,.... .... 0 . R. Whitford. '90 ..... .... M ay 215, 1537 190-Yards Hurdle ..., ,,,,, ,,,, 1 8 s. ..... ...- - lf- L- Purdy- Q92 ------- .Tune 80. 1891 . 220-Yards Hurdle ............ .... 28 s ..... ....... .... If . Purdy. Q2 .---- May 30, 1801 . Two Mile Bicycle Race ...... fl m. 3956 B ------ - ---- I - Ueokel'-, Q8 ---- May 25, 1888 - Hop, Step and Jump ....., .... 4 3 ft, 45111 .... .. .... 14. L. Purdy, ,115 ..... Juue 9, 18111 .U - V. Sf-nndlne High .rump ,.,,. 4 fc. 7 lu ..... .. .... 12. L. Purdy. ,fb ..... June 17, 1890 Running Hl1gh.Iun1p ..... .... 5 t't,. 4 In ....... ..., If . In Purdy-, 92 ----- Apr1l25,1889 ' Standing Broad .lump ..... .... 0 ft, 911:11 ........ .... Y V. lo- mllif- ----- May 12. 1887 , Runnin: Broad Jump .... .... 1 ofn.111.61n ..... .... If .L. Pm-dy.,0f... May ao, 11191 Pole Vauln ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,, n f 1. 2111 .... ..... ---- 1' - L- Purdy, 02 ...-. June 17, 1800 ,-1 Puttlnf Shot 116-lbl ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, 37 ft. 795 in ...... ..,. F. L. Mend, ,91 ...... . ...., May 110' 1801 V, , 1 , .Q Throw ng Hammgr 1111.11,, ,.,,-.-..,- 110 ft ,,,,, . ..... .. .... F. L. Mead. 0,1 ............ May 10, 1801 . Throwing mme Ball ........ .glass fn,...,,,, 50299595-,QL.-L ------- -- Moy 21.1880 -Aj-Q . c . ., ' ,lla , . 1 Q - 1 Lfilf Best Athletic Records N. Y. State inter-Gollegiate Athletic Association. ,,. 'H W-'W - -A -A - , , ,, V -- ---'-r-w- . 'jf EVENT- Rmcoan. NAME AND Gonmeoa. PLACE. Tuna. - - D . o e 1 1 ' ewftl-5-1 IGI-Yards Dash .... .... 1 01-tis. .. .... Lee, Hamilton ............ Geneva ......... May 30, 1891 lf? fy. 2:50-Yuma Dash .... .,., 23 5 ,,,, Spurlnrke, Hamilton ..... Albany .... May 24, 1889 4 ie, 440-Ya s Dash .... .... l' 12 215 sf ....... . Snrnsenburvh, Hobart.. Geneva .. .. .... May 30, 1801 14.1.1151 Half-Mile Run. ...... ,,,,,, 2 m, 52155 ,--. Coventry, Hamilton... . Syracuse ...... . May 80, 1800 , One Mlle Run. ...,,, ,,,., ,,,- l 4 m. 48 3,5 5 ,.., ,, Coventry, Hllmilwll ---.. Syracuse.. ..... May 30, 18110 Tiff- 1 One Mile Walk ,,,,,,, ,,-.--, 7 m,3-3 B ..-,- ,,,, W hltford. Syl'lwUSG Albany ...... A May M, 1889 .111 ,1- Two Mile Bicycle Race ...... all nn. 81156 s ....... Becker. Syracuse ..,... Rochester May 25, 1888 1:50-Yards Hurdle ....,....... lie A ,.... ......... P urdff. Syracuse .--...... Geneva ......... May 30. 1801 220-Yards Hurdle, ,.,.,,.,, H 27 1.55 ,,,,, ,,,. I ,ec. flamiltnn -------.. Geneva ......... May 110, 1801 . ,ggi 'standlnll High Jump ....... 4ft. Gln ..,,.,,.. Coville, Cornell ......... . Utica ....... May 28, 1880 . 'lf Jewell, Hobart .,.,,, H 110c1w3tm- .,,,,, May 25' 1333 1 Running High Jump ........ s fc. e in ..... .. Elwood- Rochester ..... Geneva ......... May ao, 11101 '1' , - Hom Hobart ........ Geneva ......... May ao, 1891 4-S1g11ndlngBrou,d Jump ,,,,, 9 fg,91.f1n ,,.,,, , Morrison. Cornell ........ Uniuu, .,,,.,.... May 28, 18811 egg Running' B!-ondJump ....... 10 ft. 1 Min ..... Purdy. Svrucuse ......... Geneva ......... May 30, 1891 A Ill' pole vuulv .... ....... ....... . o rc. 7111 .... . .... Landon. Union ...... ..... A many. .. .... May 24. xsso !'Thr0winiBase Ball...' ..... 326 ft. lyiln ,.... Hapvkilw. Syracuse ...... Utica. .... May 255, 1880 , E Puttin as or uc-lm ......... er roman ...... Mead. Syracuse ....,..... Geneva .... .... . May Bo. 1801 Throwfng Hummer ......... Bilft. Blu ........ Mcadjlracuse ..... Geneva .... 1 .... May 30, 1891 'Q J 1 r le IE' 1 I V V111 'r w ' 207 Ke ll X 1 7 'fn 1 ' if 3,311 ffl 'ish I I H '- 1,111 AHPHLWHHMKMEH ' ' ' v11'1"'t-"4" 'A ' roost nut. 556 N. Slate infer-Ciollegiole 'Fool Gall Association. oifivicmzs. President--J. V. Wemple, . . . Union College. Vice-President-L. A. Carley, . . Syracuse University. Secretary-Thos. Parsons, . . Rochester University. Treasurer-J. M. Curran, .... Hamilton College. MEMBERS or 'rms Assoc1AT1oN. Union, Hamilton, Rochester, Colgate, Syracuse Exacirrivs coMM1T'raE. L. C. H. Biggs, Colgate University. J. V. Wemple, Union College, Thos. Parsons, Rochester University L. A. Carley, Syracuse University. J. M. Curran, Hamilton College. Hg , University 'Fool gall Team. FIRST TEAM. Manager, . ..... L. A. Carley. Captain, . . . . . W. M. Fanton. Rusn LINE. S. Rouse, C. W. Fyfe, F. H. Watkin, O. W. Wood, C. W. Douglas, G. F. Whitfield, , L. H. Shepherd. HALF uncles. W. M. Fanton, l". L. Purdy. QUARTER mick. FULL nAcK. Geo. O. Redington. B. C. Miller. SUllS'l'lTU'l'ES. Ion Jackson, S. Eg Caldwell, W. C. Q'Donnell, Frederick M. Caswellf, j. A. Wright, . Harry L. Benedict. V .. QE.. A 208 ' as affwr '. Qh2.fiQ5l9a-Q. 'VARSITY FIRST l"0O'l' BALL TEAM, SEASON ,QI Ks VARSITY SECOND FOOT BALL TEAM, SEASON '91. 'ilv 5 SECOND TEAM. Manager, . .... C. N. Goodwin. Captain, . . . . D. R. Cobb. FULL BACK. - Bond. V HALF nAcKs. Miller, White, QUARTER imcic. cr:N'1-ms RUSH. Cobb. . joy. RIGHT GUARD. RIGHT TACK!-EJ Groatt. Smith- RIGHT END. LEFT GUARD. Hamblin, Scott. LEFT TACKLE. I-EFT END- Goodwin. SU'aYef- SUBSTITUTES. ' . Herron, Esmond, Burch. Bi? eguiii of Gameg played. 'wk ' Games won, . . 4 I Games lost, . 6 a is Syracuse University vs. Cornell, Syracuse University vs St. john's, , Syracuse University vs Athletics, . Syracuse University vs Cornell, Syracuse University vs. Hamilton, . Syracuse University vs St. John's, . Syracuse University vs. Colgate, . W Syracuse University vs Union, . Syracuse University vs. Rochester, Syracuse University vs. Athletics, . 209 1 ' '."inm1hdlV93"' ' " "ivan . , . . my S .i "2 1' 4:v.4.5'! ,Q?f',5y ' 'f.':.!v4" -'Wit' l , '. -,,-at-rf .wffrfxfi if I. ' il-ig'-ff Nf-xiii? ' ' HSE. ALL. N. Slate infer-Gollegiafe Gage Sail fxggociafion. i v O I" l" IC li R President, . D. R. Cobb, Syracuse. Vice-President, . . , . W. P. Kemper, Hobart. Secretary and Treasurer, . . W. B. Parsons, Colgate. ixuzmimias or 'rms ASSOCIATION. Colgate, Hamilton, Rochester, Hobart, Syracuse EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Chairman--D. R. Cobb, Syracuse. S. W. Rice, Hamilton, ' John Knight, R0ChCStCI', W. M. Pegram, Hobart, H. G. Gregg, Colgate r as Univergify gage Emil Team. ' Manager-D. R. Cobb. Captain--G. O. Reclington. PLAYERS. Bgnd, 55, Stevens, 3b., Reddington, zb., French, p Chadderdon, c.,- Wright, lf,, Whiteside, Ib. Marvin, rf., 1 Heaton, cf., I Brewer, Sub 210 ' s v. VARSITY BASE BALL TEAM, SEASON '9 SQHEDULE FOR '92. April 30-Syracuse May 2-Syracuse " 3-Syracuse " 4-Syracuse ' 6-Syracuse " rx-Syracuse " 12-Syracuse ' I6 Syracuse " zo Syracuse " ei-Syracuse " 27-SYFHCUSC June 4-Syracuse VS VS VS VS VS VS U VS. o VS VS VS VS VS . Union at Syracuse. . Union at Schenectady. . University of Vermont at Burlington, Vt . University of Vermont at Burlington, Vt . Rochester at Syracuse. , Hamilton at Clinton. Colgate at Hamilton. Hamilton at Syracuse. . Rochester at Rochester . Hobart at Geneva. . Hobart at Syracuse. Colgate at Syracuse. 61,429 C5459 2Il ' WSU QIIVSHLQN EJTHILETHC TEAM. F. L. Purdy, '92. D. R. Cobb, '92, ' E. L. Hollett, '92. Y G. W. Hoyt, '93. L. H. Shepherd, '94, G. O. Redington, '94. JUMPS. - ' F. L. Purdy, '92, E. L. Hollett, '92, W. C. O'Donnell, Jr., ,92. I... H. Shepherd, '94. . Po1.s:'vAU1.T. O. P. Hoyt, '93. L. H. Shepherd, ,94. F. L. Purdy, '92, " ' HURDLES. W. C. O'Donnell, Jr., '92, F. L. Purdy, '92. w.u.K. L. H. Rice, '92, mevems. A. G. Thorne, '93. Waldo Weston, '94. E. L. Shepherd, '94, . HEAVY wrglum-s. F. L. Purdy, '92. C. L. Peaslee, ,93. f 4 'f 5 PR 1, , . . Liza? ,. 2 ,, 4 " P '. L' .732 'W -: gf 2 A 41,1 -aff, fr vp gg? 372 L' if ' W - :gif - NWI M' " ,1""7:'Z2'In,,.,c""'g..f. '.:Lk'1I'jQ ,,,' -.Qi LI- 'Tij'-ill! ,rf -'M Q w m v.. - -1 ' M he he L ffff K' , I L .L Siii..v affi'f1 ' , Wlaf' L, 'L --were-'ai-if. ""'f--2""':1, -- -" Hr' f 1 " H , . .. ..... ..'2..:1., II.. I L ..:i, I ! QQ,jjQ.Q.,, I' IU m a, r 'L Q" .7 .1 ' U ' I ' I... ' ' nil' "V ' ll -21 'LN' 27:1 """:lN A' . t W5-lf . M77 -57 iiffqf-3-. 2 2 " " 'Ui'-9995" . , "' -31:43. V :. Z4 i:J .i-Sa y? -v- -..,.-.a'L-..,, .. 212 ' ' ' Q. Us l Mereroiegeg. Rev. F. D. Leete, '88, and Miss Nellie Gertrude Fuller, '88. July 28, ISQI. P. F. Piper, '89, and Miss Marcia A. Carpenter, 92. October 28, 1891. Mr. Irving Rockwell and Miss Alice Young, '92. October 28, 1891. I-larry N. Canclee, '86, and Miss Halcomb, October 30, 1891. ' Fred B. Shepherd, '86, and Miss Nellie Irlam. Thanksgiving, 1891. Albert Fisk and Miss Alvia Horton, 192. November 23, 1891. Rev. Charles F. Sitterley and Miss Julia C Buttz December 22, 1891. 4 n Wlzmuriam. iiiiizhard ' . Siuxithrrst, CLASS OF '94, glint nt Gbsuwgu, 11. ig, MARCH 30, 1892, e the American Yule Racket. lflorucc Partridge 81 Oo., makers. Excelled by non 213 3 A 4,,...'4i.lil, Er-1. Jolgg Qugixjglncirlj. 955 OHN H. CUNINGI-IAM, who has been janitor of the Liberal Art Col- lege for nine years, was born in New York City thirty-seven years ago. He attended school in NewAYork until he was about sixteen years old, and was then apprenticed to the trade of printing at the American Bible Society from 1872 to1r874, and during the next eleven years he devoted his time to painting and its various branches. Mr. Cuningham was married in New York in june, 1879. He came to Syracuse in the following year to accept a posi- tion with Frederick Ayling, and for the next three years he conducted a suc- cessful painting business of his own. ' In 1883 he accepted his present .position in the University. The class of '89 conferred upon him the honorary degree of Professor, in consideration of his popularity, and the class of '93 has bestowed upon him the Doctor's degree. Dr. Cumngham has long been the successful arbitrator between the' two lower classes in their scrimmages. HiS genial disposition has made him a favorite with both Faculty and students. He has the full respect of upper and lower classmen. 214 fe If r , Dk. JOHN H. CUNINGHAM - V-.,,..u.. ww. " - "" ' " 7 f - ----.--,.W..,v.f.r.-f.....,,,,.,, i V .- , F ge i f 1 ' .75 5 J 1 ' " 'F , , if lihl i 'xx 1 wi, 5: Xggiyli i- Xxx-, KX ilkff I11 IN 0 lir Xl inchrll nent to Al tba n'1 rliair he tilled with cnnsummatc ahility till DK- WINGHFLUS DBHTH .:I.i...,., .,...,J..,:.Z.:. l373. and zigaiti from 1879 till his death. his -tndius 111 natural history and sent val- lle also occupied the, position oi state ge- ,t llIt'HilCKl'llY nt 1-i-.tx im11n1.i, ll llil lt is with at lnelzmclnilyliltgdgum gl, .1 ,H conformity with the rr-quest of the -:dilnr 5-ill!-U1 lll5lil1ll1gin XVg1,hingtni1. In 1354, 1 e cnllectiniis uf plants, animals and olipgist nf Michigan from lS59to 1861 -ind lnssils tn the then recently founded Smith- irnm 1869 to 1871, :mal in ,370 he was me director ni the geological survey uf M'r OI ml' LMH'HhlH NUM' I NHC 'lm upon the l'CCtllIll'llCltt.l1IllttllUi Prof Louis nesutzt, l'i'om the material uw' sketch in coiiitiieiiiorutioii nl the liii: and Agzhsjz' ho was appointed tu the chair ol ing the gculogical S.. ' scniicvs Ui Mcximdcr Wl'1'f'lf"-'-'l-- U - physics and civil engineering in the newly hc described af' the First rhancellor oi Syra- cuse University, Dr Winch. ell for Chancellor XVinchell. as those who knew him when here love to call'hin1D. was burn December SISI. l814, in Northeast. a village in Dutch. ess county, six miles nurth ol Autcnia. nn the llltfllilll Rail. road. llis strong intellectu- ality- inanitesteil itself very early in life At the age of hltecn hi: tuuk at school to teach. NK'ith the exception of the time hcspcnt in college as Il student. he was actively en. gaged i11 teauzhing till his death last 'l'hnrsday. ln 1847 he umdugrteil with high honor at, thewcsleyanVniversity. :Xi- lcr gfitlltlillllltl he went to Anienia Seminairy. almost Within gight ol his native ril- lage, ns teacher of natural sci- ences With then' .in herharium Ui oi that fCl"' . THE 2 QINHVERSHTY 2 NEWS. I w:1:1tLv. IVH' Ullifflfli' flftlfllt of Hur New Ynrlr Sln.h:'Iiitcr-C0l1c- finite Press Assnciiilinu. may ip- Cl-A'RENf3E LOOMIS PEASLEE, EdltOl'. ' his 1, ASSOCIAPES:-O. P. H0v'1','9:tg E. L. SHEPAllh,'U31 he I W. I.. hl0ltGAN,'lliQ G. 0. RnnntNa'roN, 'mg M. W. W. NVILCOX, 'D-tg L. F. Joy, '95. I '7' "' ""'5"-tllll. '03, - - - lilisirmsii mxniicn. . G 1120111114: H. S'1'n.tv1-in, '95, Assistant. T1111: UN1v1cl1sl'1'v Nicws is published weekl b 1 5' Y tie University News Association. All subse1'ipti0l1S111111 Other COI1lmllllll7tIll0llS should be sent to 615 Irvine street Syracuse N. Y, N0 ntteution paid to anonymous C0l1llI'lllIllCllll0IlS. U 4 i 'F E R IVI S . One Year in Advance, - Sl .OO I Single Copy, ,. 5 Cents 215 5 H O The University' Herald. Howard J. Banker, '92, Avery W. Skinner, '92, . Frank W. Noxon, '94, Chas. A. Metz, '93, F. K. Congdon, '94, . ' Albert E. Hall, '92, Frank P. Brill, '94, ESTABLISHED 1872. 956 EDITORS. I . Editor-in-Chief. Literary. . Local. Personal. . General College. Fine Art College Reviews. ' BUSINESS MANAGERS. Henry Phillips, '93, Chief. " f33 121121 Schuyler F. Herron, '94 . lf. Tl. Q. El. GFFHQERS. President . . Vice-President, . . Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, . Treasurer, . . orruseks or 'Ti-is President, . . . Vice-President, , Recording Secretary, , Corresponding Secretary, . Treasu rer, - . . G. H. HAIGH. W. H. VAN BENSCHOTEN. G. W. GARDNER. S. F. HERIQON. H. O. HARnAcH. ll. W. Q. El. Miss CORA M. BOWMAN. Miss Lizz1E LowELL. Miss MARTHA KEEFE. Miss KATE PALMER. Miss GRACE MCINTYRE. Send your orders for ull you may need in' the way of sports to Horace Partridge 85 Co., Boston. ,Every order, large or small, will have the most careful attention. ' 216 wtf. si QXQX EGG. Z f ,.f7f?ff' THE GWB? FNNQ Q3- WINGS. FACULTY. lflzffrlgr- 'K Wisdom, awful wisdom which inspects, Discerns, compares, weighs, separates, infers." Dam lf'1'w1rh- " And lo, the master in a statelier walk, Whose annual ciphering takes a ton of chalk." Dr. Slllllfflil'-H Oh! rather give me commentators plain, Who with no dark 'bijams' vex the brain." Prqf. ,lfimf-" Though learn'd, well bredg and though well bred, sincere, Modestly bold and humanely severe." j,l'Qf. !'cvA'- " Prune the luxuriant, the uncouth repine, B - nk- r, .B-1'll-1'ff, C. l:f1'.'l', Culfy. - CIM, . .D-rv, . F-11I.11. FJ!-, - G- - 0-1 Illzlvs G70 , 1111 But show no mercy to an empty line." H6 SENEQIK. " An old goat was never more reverend for his heard." " Heard melodies are SWCCY, but those unheard are sweeter." " The town that boasts good inhabitants like me, Can have no lack of good society," , 'f What may man within him hide, Though angel on the outward side?" "Good-night, good-night ! parting is such sweet sorrow, That I say, good-night, till it be morrow." " As smooth as monumental alabaster." "Nature has framed strange fellows in her time." " I am Sir Oracle, and, when I open my lips, let no dog bark." " He is slowly but surely coming." " And what is so rare as a day with june." 218 Hama' V MM If-rm-n-, K-ll.gg', - L4 , r-:-l'., L , wry, . O'D . mz - ll, P- 7767, , L. H RJ. f. M. RJ- Xllzlvs T-yl- 1fV.1l'1- .gh, -W-tk,n.r, W'.l.y, . l3r.t!-l-, 1111195 F-rm- G7'-h - 71,1 H- -gh' ' II,11i, - , , " His beard is directly brick color, ' And perfectly fashionable like the husk Of the chestnut. " The world knows nothing of her greatest men." "A fine looking fellow, if thou could'st see behind his spectacles." u it . Swans sing before they die-'twere no bad thing Did certain people die before they sing." L6 Much can be made of an Irishman if he be caught young." . " He used to tell me in his boastful way how he had broke the hearts of pretty maids." , . . " For I am nothing if not critical." y H , . . Let not thy nose blush for the sins of thy mouth." r, , " Earth holds no other like thee." - H But tell me true, will't be a match? 'Ask my dogg, if he Say ay, it willy if he say nay, it willg if he shake his tail and say nothing, it will." - . " But there's nothing half so sweet in life As 10ve's young dream." P . " Who, born for the universe, narrowed higtmind, And is all his life a perpetual grind." I ' wife. F546 ,,, , ,Q Jultflloa. 'wa . " He bought his sermons, psalms and graces, And doubled down the useful places." 21, , " Like angels' visits-few and far between." . . . "A light to guide, a rod to check the erring, and reprove." " Greater men than I may have lived, But I don't believe it." ' . "I was not born for great alfairsg I pay my debts, and say my prayers." 219 , Sag . 4. rf ,Ii ' H St f-Q--Ju - MfG-1'-!1i, . G, If. M..!!-1', fllzkxv .flfl-!!.v,. Jlflzlv: P - dd- ck, !'--.v!.y, "b'-!!"P-1vy, Ph-zz.pf, . Rus., . 16-.!1-w1, . Sm-!h,. . .S?U-mz, . . Ven Ar1z-m, . l'V-!t-11, , IfV-l:-h,m, . fllirs IV- bb, C, rr, . C.l1!1:f-!!, . " For who is he whose lip is but enriched With one appearing hair?" " Who can foretell for what high cauae This darling of the gods was born?" "Where women are not concerned, he worthy man." is an honest, "One vast substantial smile." " Sweet promptings unto kindest deeds Were in her very look." I " What shall I do to be forever known, And make the age to come my own?" " Ful longe wern his legges, and ful lene, Y-like a staf, there was no calf y-sene." "This gentleman is hungryg See thou to it." " Framed in the prodigality of nature." " It bore the accent of a human voice." " One of the few immortal names That were not born to die." " Thou foster child of Silence and Slow Time." " He unites the manners of a Marquis To the morals of a Methodist." . " I've determined every chance to take To acquire knowledge, though I make a break." " Thy voice is like the thunder." " Only a little lower than the angels," gg F . SOVHOMOREQ , ' " Lordly thou look'st, as if thou wert learnedg Thy countenance as if science held her seat, Between the circled arches of thy noble brow." " He is a proper man's picture, but alas ! who can con- verse with a dumb show." 220 C- rggzi- 11, . 1 G- -a'1ef-n, . P-m9', . - - f-3-10" M-'ls' ff, N-x-rz, . E. L. Sh.p-7'1l', W-sl-f1, . . A!l-n, . Buch, . . Brukr, . H- -ght-n, , f- rkx- n, . f-Jn - 0lm.vt-,1l, . T,-,,f1w,11, . " From the first moment I beheld your face, I said within myself: 'This is a man !' " " Sharp misery had worn him to the bone." " Oh, reform him, brothers." " He does smile his face into more lines than there are in the Calculus book." . "I would my horse had the speed of your tongue, and so good a continuer." " Men may come and men may go but I go on forever." " A magnified clothes-pin." f 346 Fl'E'fE5liillFilEll!W., b " Oh, life is too short to listen." " His teachers knew him but to love him." " So fair, so fresh, so youthful and so rosy, Like any blushing maid or blooming posy." " What afresh noise! Take thy pistol in hand, sir." "I am one of nature's little kings." n "I am so fresh that new green blades of grass, Turn pale with envy as I pass." " Long, lean, lank and thin, As one of Satan's cherubimf' , . " As short and dark as a winter's day." e - ofa was Do you play B11-90 Bell, F oot B8-ll. Tennis, Cricket, Polo, Lacrosse, Croquet, or any- thing else l If so you C9-D get fitted OU! M reasonable prices in the best manner, by Horace Partridge 85 Co., BOSUOD- i 221 x 'Av X ,ff 6 ggi . lgllllltii QLCOTWH HQ 7-4 JAN To get ahead in this world all you have to do is to be reasonably wicle awake ' --AND w1aAR-- O R Custom Made Clothing. CLOTHING rnadc frorn th., BEST IMPORTED and DOMESTIC CLO FHS :mtl GUARANTEED in every Q " respect. ' X ' :if xc -1 1350 ir af: ff- Al Every Department will be remodelled ' ' 4 Q this spring. ' 'Z A :if :if , , . l 'l' Q p Q v We are to furnish the best made goods ' for Men's, Boys' and Children's wear. , male ff Our Custom Department will be filled if . i fmi'2w with a carefully selected stock of Fine 5 'B' '- Q 5. 9' ' A Cloths. We RESPECT Youit 'Poclftrgooii ENT cit MILLER, I. RETAIL CLOTHIERS, 130-134 South Salina Street, - - - SYRACUSE, N. Y. '5 DNIFFHLO D ISN BEAUTIFUL cm TO LIVE IN. - NNNNNNGNNNING : GNNNNN - - AND IS DESTINED TO BE ONE OF THE LARGEST IN THE COUNTRY. --e+-TcvT-+c--- If you Xvish 61115 lxc-:al Estate call on -HNTHORNE '.L'i'3 ANGELLNH- 60 6' 62 NIAGARA STREET, WHO HAVE THE LARGEST LISTS OF ANY AGENTS QNCE more we desire to call the attention of our friends to the fact that we are the only strictly FIRST-CLASS. HAT AND FUR HOUSE in Syracuse. All goods eminating from our estab- lishment are certain to be correct in style and per- fect in workmanship and finish. Our celebrated FUR G'ARMEN'1'S are all our own make, and guaranteed far' superior in quality, style and skillful workmanship, to the ready-made, infe- rior quality, and imitation 'furs handled by the Dry Goods and other Variety Stores, who know nothing ofabusiness which takesa lifetime to learn. When in want of a Fur Garment of any kind, it will always pay you to inspect our line. IN A ClENTLEl'lEN'S A l1ATS We are acknowledged to be the only representa- tive house in town. In addition to complete lines of all other first-class makers' goods, we are Sole Agents for R. Dunlap K Co.'s celebrated New York Hats. STEVENS AH' ADAMS, ui 128 SOUTH SALINA STREET. SYRACUSE, N. Y. A. F. STINARD, THE MEQQHANT Tfxicoreg ANI? , GENTESK F 'J RN1S!'1EN- UVa make Clothing fo 0:-der Only, and always Cwrryf the Largest Stock ' of Goods in Central New York, oun womi THE BEST. Es 5 5 E2 oua PRICES THE LOWEST. xusunv GIVE Us A c.u,1, ,yr 13 vANDE1ns1111' soufuan, SYRACUSE. 17 ALT". 2 ,Y W 2 E aw , 'w ,AN "' 4 fb co 1.136133 ' TIQR WY ,VW 518 , . V JOHN STB naw osx QT ' ex ' fm- ix ' ' 'Q f 'NY ' ll E 'V I I WK - ' fl-A WI 'A W T NEW STORE C. ALVORD, ..SQThQ Student 'I'21i1or.sL., Hog The Lwgegf Sfock mpc! Sforbe ip Qerffwal New Yorbk. T we STUDEJVTS EIJVD TIIE DESK, RECENT- LY ADDED EOR THEIIC USE, VERY COZVVENIEZVT T0 DROP IN AND USE. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS' CLUBS. I I IS ALVORD CARPQTS Rugs, Mats, Mallings, Llnoleums, 0ll Glolhs, Elo., Etc., IN ENDLESS VARIETY AND AT LOW PRICES AT KEVENEY BROTHE RS Sn DEGAN'S, fsuccessors to Milton S. Price,D 207 to 211 South Clinton Street. 212 to 214 South Salina Street W Tlie Leading Music Store -QQ GQQQQQQAIWi1iQvQEQ:S1f1lQ.m STEINWAY ' WEBER 4 QMUQOS Gnd Qfggnsa -2- SHEET MUSIC -I- . . . EVERYTHING IN THE MUSICAL LINE. . . . . LEITER EROS., 304 and 306 South Salina Street. L--. . Y . . Y .. , ,, , , -A CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. DISCOUNT TO STUDENTS. -365- Dr. Parke W. Wicks, DENTIST. .6 ov BUIL , , Oppqligrm CTIRAND opegiliiusa. SYPGCUSSJ l "'A'O"?5liMs1iEE .sz 3wfr1TiiQW"' 5 WHNES5 A lllouolef. C N 303 East Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y. Agents for tho cel b t d Napa X alley Wines. Fmuily Trade peel lty. .19 5' CCT? e K IMPORTERJ w Cmoclzns. OUR II,1SINl-:ISS I-'1ilNCIl'LES2 f ' ' ' X II 1 sf G ls at Living Prices. L beral Dealings with Customers. Every Article Guaranteed as Repres ttcl Always Abreast of the Times. Your Interest is Our Interest. 1-..,Q,--,...,-Q.. --'.::r-.::-'l:.-:-.-.,.."---:"-- TTY HS Wml of YUHI' BHSHIBSS HHH YUH will S0011 D631 Wml HS AHUQBHIGF. JONES za- OO., GRAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, ' - SYRACUSE, N. Y. THEO9? DAIRWOLUNCH + PARLQR ,.,,.,,,-,MOFN 111-Ilijv-X-g,i. "?3fUUIlUI1dHgEl Ununtg Milli ASSUCiHT5iU'I13ff3f' fin' just bvm Ellfllligfflf ami Rff11rz11'shm?, mm' 13 110111 Mm Fizzcsl Plan' in the Cfb' to Order Il Mczzl. Glkfb' Mm: II Cal! aim' 5ccf01'y0111'sL'lf. -SENSE' HQE CREAM KETEIUL -QE? WHQLESEIILEO Open from 7 A. M. to I0 P. M. , ONONDAGA COUNTY IVHLK ASSOCIATION, Telephone No. 277. 322 E. Fayette St. L!SH E D 71845. HCKENYUN, PGTTER 8: GORE- Dmgg, . Perofuameg, . Goilek -jzlwkicleg - and HONIEQPATHIC REMEDIES. NOS. 212 and 214 Clinton Street, - - - . SYRACUSE, N. Y. D., L. W. an W. R. R. Cars W Af lim COAL Q FOR PRICES SEE DAILY PAPERS. OFFICE UNDER ONONDAGA CO. SAVJJVGS BANK BUILDING, . HOTfD.E,N. ??.,?QlfTf .5G?NT5- QR QR :sf 33:5 are 32:5 SME 35:5 :af . . I - Sweets HALYYAYS JUST CORRECT." 211 WARREN STREET, - - -5- -6 gk-W SYRACUSE, N.Y. RRALRMREFQSRERRAL A. E. ALVORD'S .Large Sfocli of QD goal Has been cafrvfnlil Selecfmla 453 t7W"0'4fl70l11 lm.ml-.qm-cermrl and delivered promptly. . QFFICEQ . xmnns, Korner Warren and Railroad SiS-.M-4 E..sQLOGk, Catawba and Basin Sig- ESTABLISPIED 1836. ! X ' .gQjQ,g. WORTS co., ' ' Q ' M s ' ? f 1 ls:fiffiiiijwiiflviife. - li sie Confectionery, A 5ii5:Efi gllilljipifiiiifi , ,fgfiljil iffiiw Cnr. West First 8. Cayuga Sts., lui liiliilfilllglluililsfiiiiiiiiliiiiiiissfi-:?iiir-if' N' Y' 'Wf- , "". f-'A 1 "iii ... Sole Jllanufaotufrers of Celebrated " MMM' M. W. BREAD. I7. 5. RTDEK, SYRACUSE, N. Y. ' Loading .+ Eliotographer. 322 Salina Sl. ilk , 'viii 71? ' Y " Qfersy Kipowry Slyle ol Plclorse Mode ol lblg Qglobllgbmeipl. None but Artists of Rare Skill Employed. Call and Examine Our Display of Fine Photographs. 22 Highlands and University Hill Property. S.T.BETTS, K REAL - EJTATE Bought, Sold or Exchanged. Fine Building Blocks end Choice Residences. cHoucE BUILDING tors A SPECIALTY. Bcugfarins for Dwestors in Local S60ll'7'ifi8S. 2 Granger Block. A Q Telephone, 145. Q Syracuse, N. Y. If you areIooklng fora nice home be sure and call befqre-buiyring I I' xml: ' .' :Jar nnr.,Zf--'- l f EWPW S il H 'l ii i "4,'Yrn, gi' -. ll l ,,ggf,. 'ff , - w , .,y. . , l Arr ,. .qv -rr. rl I .fwlfdf rm .lvvjr ,--pn--r,.' Iv X ' 1. .74 .. dn, I 1 IE. H rr., , r. l iZ Q " mumxuusfnanl 1 WN?-unnllsrrdvivf . 1 , 'll'-pmu .il ' V 'As PUIUSEXTRA US xmrungd "gui , .mlm P Wpg , MSM: n' . 'I' lmnuxfvl Tl l9lldf7lfl Athletes nay that all soreneu, stiffness or swelling ls prcventvd or almost lllfllltllllllllllllltlllv -remomerl, 'UQ after cascrclslng, the nm.-vclcu are tlun-oughly rubbed with POND'S EXTRACTl' MIKE DUNmvA,gN. E.,--Clunmprlmr Mlvlrllg-522137156:ggllzigfgm.fm. Um New I-Wk Annum, Clumh 1 ' ' S. Ch unpuhnt Sprint Run-ner ofthe World:-"Thel .t l' ' - t 1 gave eve- Y .1 f L. lu. M1 lvl? 1 rubbing purposga, soreness. stmlns, Cllylgi cdgdlntn I I USU or ,RT In SH rl W. Captain Olympic Athletic Cluh :-J' Mnkeg Lhg mugqlgg quick und ncgivcgv Blu 1- ' , .IAl'lgf'S MUTRIH. Jfflllllrlvr New I uric Hume Bull Club :-" Removes stlll'ness and soreness ol' thu A I muscles in n very short time. No athlete should be without it." Dlllllallll POIlll'S EXIIHCI UIIIY- Reluse B11 SllllSllII1IES. THEY 08111101 D6 HS ll00Il. 23 Qmeoee A nomo. e Situafed in the Central Part of the City. First-Class in Every Respect. -1- -I- 356 36 Smclents' Bcuzqrtets cr Specialty. BERRY 8L SPAULDING, Proprietors. 'Frousers Sponged anld Pressed, Suits Sponged and Pressed., F. W. HEMMING, . .105 WEST ONONDA GA sT1fEm', s1'1z.4oUsE, N. r. ogwefo - 158642. elohq rll K ,Q I Q A r oswn: 2-R f""l'fg New York Otiice. - G9 N-' Y'353 Broadway. igrmw L fi -W P, yr-.N KK wr r ,gr X 4 ' 'K D .44 Colors Permanent. Do Not Fade. X 'eff ' , r'15' ,- - ' '77 1' Acknowledged to be the Best Article for Window Shades. ' ,ii ' 0lIl'SlIA1-JINGSIIILVC been used exclusiuely for many yours by the lurgestuund most relluble houses in the United Stutes, with constantly ine:-casing sales, which is better evidence of OL . ..ND - " H K ' " ' A" their SUPERl01il'l7Y OVER ALL OTHER BRANDS than amy ."""'A K " " " :assertions relative to their qnulity that we might make. Being' I the Staurdurd Sluuliuti. ull Shade flfrimxnings, Cords, Tussels- Fringes, ete.. are nmde to umteh our Colors, and designuted by our Numbers. - Erxheee Qonh. TARILOR--- And 'Imporfrew ogr Fine Woolerpg, we lguigrgrexlg Iileiikrlaigeflh XE. 24 ' E Ei NSCEN, -we iv-1Sfsl ' 0 L N Q Q Dealer in allkindsof Musical Merchandise. .fiviiff Music + Publisher Mx Xi, I i V ANU W. a Qi :iw .2,,fm.,s 1- , - A A 34a sou'rH SALINA s1'REE'r, S' la a s a SYRACUSE, N. Y. MANUFACTURING -.-.1 ., ..............,, , ,.,....,......,,... .... .........,. . . . .......... ,....,.,...., . EVVELERS. FRATERNITY BADGES AND B. D. B. PINS A sPEciAi.Tv. Fine lflhztck Reymz'r1'14gf and Ezzgrzwfzzg. G d M t .N'0, I .ilfyers Block, Come' e"23'38J?T'E Cm9'S,5Ef.'Y'ery Sweets' svmscuse, N. v. VAN WAGGNEN ni BAEFQRD, ANAGLYPTA' mcumf MADE. LINCHUS TA Wu rolv. ' 5'00"' Mouwmss' ' mum mos PLAIN AND PRINTED INGHAINS, SYRACUSE, N3 . E0 l wc K0 8 Coe, 4--.DEALER 'Nui AGENTS FOI! 'PHE Ammcma, gtgam, gmithmg, e igh ilalleg Coal Cumpaqg. And cmme, coals, ' H150 Qifuminoug Goal, Business 0nice,243 East Genesee SI., Courier Building. "e"'9" ' 'Z ' Exme' Yard. 813 E- WHIBI SUCH- Na. 1 G1e.f1Nc:1aA' lfl,0CA', P,,,,,,,,1,1 Deli:-cry. l mrnui' Gcnusuc mul Warren Str:-vis, SYRACUSJS, N. Y. SYRACUSE, N. yi 25 Pi FLOWER, DOOT EPB SHOE KEVFIIRER. - -,..,...:q, .., ,.-- - ei Shoes and Rubbers Retapped and Repairedif' 329 IRVING STREET, CITY. m uIgTQIT !E0 Qmmn, me me sw ll'ill bu plc!!-wil 10 H60xflll tim.-nf alfmiriny Ilia pru- I l I I 'l'.ll8i0H-fl .vu-rl' vw: at 6II 8: 61' WIETING BLUCK, + SYRACUSE, N. Y X QD I lty, T ill. b tl I .RICIIIIIOND TUUTII UROIVN, Ol' A-l1't'jI1vI1lI Trvfh lflflwul I I II must bouutilul mul usf-ful invuntyiun in lnmh-rn flvntistry. I I t' I 'I I' sr' 1 1 l' ' mn unr Cl Ty rr- l'l'0llUf'!4 IVUII on ll I 1 lualtmll. TAI!!-I ELEVATOII. THIRIJ F'L00ll. CLARENCE C. IDEIDUY, Fume If Mercauule 214 PIIHIQI, FINE SOCIETY CARDS AND SECRET SOCIETY PRINTING. Weddlng and Party Invitations In Great Variety. Q Nos. 100 to .103 lV'icHng Block, SYRACUSIG, N, Y. D. MCCARTHY SL CO, 42 REGU LAR DEPARTMENTS. TWO NEW DE PARTM ENTS. SIG FURNITURE, 3d F'IO0I'. -2- HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Basement. 26 flf MAC I NTOSHES TIIIC LA RG EST AND B EST A SSURTIIIENT AT TIIE L0 IVEST PRICES IN TIIIC CITY. gr Rubber . Goods U OF EVER V DESCIEIP TJON. Rubber Boots, Door Mats, Rubber Garden Hose, y r ' "' Lawn Sprinklers, Hose Reels, Spraying Nozzles, RUBBER ee LEATHER me BELTINQ, Font Bulls, Air Cushions, Winter Bottles, i Elastic Rubber Bn nds. f5fL:j "" FRAN K C. HUWVLETT, 'ex .-I gent for Boston lil'lf5t1llYfT-Y -W W KIRK B UILDING, BIMIVD, BAUER :Q UL YIVEUX, 211 SOUTH SALINA, STREET. Fine Shoes, Rubbers, Trunks and Satchels, Bicycle and Lawn Tennis Shoes Of Every Description at Lowest Prices. A After May lSt will be located at the above No. 2II under the new firm name. ' N. Ji. Special Discount fo the Faculty and S'tu,1,mgs, 'TT f on AS ririicmaixfi- A n - -qiniijfroixrn. GARVEY 85 TOBIN, Contractors, Steam and Hot Water Heating, VENTILATING AND SANITARY PLUMBING. Dealers in Engineers' Plulhbilig Supplies, and Gas Fixtl,1l'eS. All orders prornptly attended to 326 East Genesee St.. and 321 East Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y, Tr:I.EPnoNE CALL, 316. 27' .,. ESTABLISHED 1es1. EIMER 65-AMEND, C0 A'llllllf2lf?lll7'IFl'Il unll Importers of Qlqemioats 4' and 'I' Qlqemical. 'I' Apparatus, 205, 207, 209 8s ZII Third Ave., Corner l8th St., New York. SU," fl!l"HfN for Hu: Unilwl Slutanv of Norfh A merivu for Schleicher GL Schuell's Chemically Pure and Common Filter Paper, Prof. loIly's Specific Gravity Balances, Etc. WINTER 81 it il it iwrracniliililllicniroiis, II3 8 IIS North Salina Stu Syracuse, N. Y. Perfect Fitting Garments Guaronteerl. Late-sr Novelties in Foreign and Domestic Fabrics. Dmass Sums A SPECIAL1-y, HENRY W. WIN'l'l'IR. EMPIRE BLUCK. BART SMITH. UNIUEQSITV Pram Somers ls fha bas! jflafc llll lawn la ga! ,1'a111' Phafogrzqrhx Qf all 1I?L'.fL'7'y7fIr1ll. 0110 one jlllqhz' af ,r!a1'rx. 01'a'cr.r Af! hw-c for 'ZlI'L'7f'S will bv ju-wzgbfgf aflmdud la, CIT!-t.'5 from o!dj51'fflz1'e'.r nfrvb' ftlkfll. L.. Grant, 322 South Salina Street. 3. M- Cvvvivyvem. D- D- S., SYRACUSE, N- Y- OFFICE, ISM WIETING BLOCK. 28 THE NEW wEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. A GRAND INVESTMENT Fon Evznv nuvuur Ano sci-loot.. - New froln Cover to Cover The Aughentic " Unnlxridged Qstill copyrigliteal has been revised und enlnrgetl uni erthosuporvision of Nonh i'ux't1-r, D. D., LL. 1J,,ofYnlo University, mill mln diwlingiiislnini., title, lu-:iran the name ofXVebster'n Intermniimml Dictionary. 'Phework of rr-vision wma in prn- grvsrl UVM' 10 YPIITH, 100 erlitoriail lnl-on-rs lmving: been 0mplovesl,nnml Uri r H1300 000 . .' - - . expended before thu first copy was lifillil-di w1sBsTi:R s INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY Fully Ahrenst of the Times. The international is sold by all booksellers. A descriptive pamph- let containing., specimen pages, il- lustrations testimoiiials ete., will he sent prepaid upon application I0 tho publishers. Caution isneedecl in pnrchmsing gi tlictimmry, ns photographic: re- prints of im otmoli-to und compani- Lively worthless edition of Webster are being: mnrketed under various names, often hy misrepresentation. ' GET THE BEST, The International. which bears the imprint of G. 6. C. MERRIAM G. CO., Publishers, Sprlngflfeifiiliilggg., N Richmond Straight Gut No. l Cigarettes. QWARETTE SMOKENQ who are willing to pay 11 litt'e more than the P fg m vf wi V I Hllliflfilii' to all nt.lwrH. 1-HE RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT No. 1 CIGARETTES , jxw -' are made f,-Um 11,0 briglnlest., most delicate tlnvorcil :tml highest c'f1St GOLD limi' grown in Vi,-ginin. This is this OLD ANILIQIHHINAL BRAND ov S'l'l!AIlill'l' C-UT Cignretteg, and was brought out hy us in the YWU' ISM- , k BNJWARE oil' IMITATIUNB, und observe that the firm name as below is on every pac age. ALLEN 8 GIN1-ER, Manufacturers, Rlclnnond, Va- givggiglvlwir. ihv-'YV-v-vrgfrir JA MES UURDICK- SNUTH Sz BURDICKS Billiard PEIFIOFS- ROOM 13 VANDE1f1z1LT SQ UARE, CUP OW F"W"ff-V .z.- 'W V' 1 - , H ., N i 24' 1 ' -X Sf gag . ' ui-ice charged for the orrliimry trncle Cigarettes will lind THIS BRAND h-:ii ' ,' .57 . ' if ,X J N G . i , USE . Vrinclerlwllt Sfl"""'G- SYRAC ' N Y 29 AWl1en You Propose to make any mlflitlon to your Ifousoholfl Library, or 'NYHIIC some books that will interest your Young Pooplo, or ucefl 80'l?'b6tll.'I:'Mg to help you in tho teachfing or stmly of me Iqnmf- national Lessons, or deslro IL Toaclwvvs or Family Bible, or requfiro strmulclwl Theological works, 'write to PUBLISHERS AND I1VIPORTERS, Fifth Ave. and Twentieth St.. New York. T- 5- TAYLCR, Meng Fmashef --ANU' QUSIQIQ - SIQIPI . Qlxerljcv. 216 E. Genesee, and 209 B. Railroad St. G YJUNA SI 17111 uml A Tll LETIC G0 0 IIS fl Spf-1-iuliy. gCln:u'Ics L. El1sigw1,D. IJ. ., Nos. I5 II Ili, SNOW BHIQIIIIDIWIG. C. B. WILKINSON, MAKER OF I COLLEGE FRA'l'I1lRNI'I'Y RANGES, CLASS PINS RINGS, AND MEDALS, ! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 42 -JOHN s'r1uzE'r, 30 NEW YORK CITY. NEW Yo qoper day and fab' JD ro and f"""' REE. Z pnnomznn av TRAVLLERS mon ALL D"'EC"'oN3' .,..., 3, ,f -far-.gH:.,,- f f R K 4:5 .sv FORD. Gmmsou 8fC.o. 4' D PROPRIL 31 TOR5 A A 2 HFDATQWQ SNQKE ALWHTJ CUE THE BEST. KINIBALIXS FINE MIXTURE FOR THE PIPE SL CIGAliE'l"I'E .SCSTAND AKPBQ HE HLADQQ. MELLUW M1XTUfeE, THREE KINGS, TURKISH ew VIRGINIA PDRJQUE AND VIRGINIA, IGINITY mm, OLD GOLD, GZDVUIXVJE Tunkfsff, lfmcsfzvffl FL,4A'D, zlI01V TE CICISTU, S,-lL.fl!.4GU1VDl. 3515 POT-POUIGRI AZVD PICADILL Y, THE LATEST. PI'C1HiQ1'C Qualite Cigarettes, l J ' f ' I 7 f37?Q!Vf':' '!l fl.f1fff1 D- f' 'PQ U4 54 A 1',A'!CED Alf TICLE. For Sala by af! F1'rxl-Clzlss Dn1!f.'r.v. VV IME- S- ICILZEEALL 85 GCD- BFHIWCI1, The Amerlcan Tobacco Co., I7 First Prize Medals. ROCHESTER, N- Y- 32 QLCQTT A. EQQKSELIIEES - WHITE MEMORIAL BUILDING 5 - VANDERBILT SQUARE? illllllllllllll lllll IIIIllllllllIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIlllllllllllllillllllllllllIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllg ,..,---l---. .. , I , W , .Y V ' ' Af J. WALLON ff son. ECCDKEINDERS 316 East Onondaga Street. SYRACUSE, N. Y. SPECIAL TERMS TO STUDENTS. ESTABLISH ED 1875. ANDREWS BROS.. GROCERS A AND MPGRTERS, SYKACLIJE, N. F-W-MOORE-Swv-. l "LET HER RIP" 4Succ0ssm's to Wm. lt.iulmrds,l And In M d It we w en . COMMISSION MERCHANTS . 'lln' l'l-ulml City lllltllllllll' and l-tnlu:1.iI'illfv' lla., und Wholesale Iboulm-S In I V' F l 20.9 If Y 'rn Sf' If Butter, Cheese, Eggs. Flour and all l Y" l"2'1'Ld '10 'eb' I ru 'rv I rv .. Kinds of Produce . - , ' I Glenn D e.anci.Re au' Orders by Telephone Recelve Prompt Attention. l ' C ' ' y p No. I45 wkuxros s'rnE1z'r. I 1 AH kinds of Mews Clothing' SYRACUSE. N. v, D. S. LEVY, - - Syracuse, N. Y. ' 3 3 . RQQNET GSGN LOWEST PRICES HACKS- AND: COUPES, Office, 3130 Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. 'l'El.l12I'l-KONE No. 367. E ECCC QECDTQGE L. ilV1fXVNfX1Qfc9, UNDERTZXKER f4ND.s.E.MBiALMERf sg ' zrosvgvifei-Qfleii St. X as WQHAGKETTSTUWN 4' TNSTITUTEW REV. GEO. H. WHITNEY, D. D., - - - PRESIDENT. This Institution has a wide reputation as a College Preparatory for young men. Ladies' College. Grants degrees. Advantages of the highest order are offered in Music, Painting, Drawing, Elocution, and in Scientiiic and Commercial Courses. The building cost over 2ii215,000, is free from debt, and is consid- ered the finest edifice of its kind in the United States. The school was opened in 1874, and has had unusual prosperity. It will accom- modate nearly 200 boarders, and has been full for many years. While our patronage is chiefly from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, we have had students from nearly every State in the Union, and also from various foreign countries. VVe have no primary department. , ' Terms Moderate. Send tin' Catalogue. 34 -I-EJ ROI-INER T SYLVESTER Vi:- Fms AND Lir-'E INSURANCE, No. 105 Kirk Block, - - - Syracuse, N. Y The Old Reliable Manhattan Life and The Norwich Union Fire Insurance companies, Specialties. DREKA Fine Stationery and Engraving House. H21 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. , COLLEGE INVITATIONS WEDDING INVITATIONS cuss smioneev vismne cms FRATERNITY STATIONERY BANQUET MENUS PROGRAMMES, BADGES DIPLOMAS AND MEDALS. STEEL PLATE WORK FOR FRATERNITIES, CLASSES A-ND COLLEGE Annulis. ' OH 5 exec utc in , ees is simon un er no iersona su ervsono r. re nan on filLa:,ie355f?.:fsii52:'Lne5,:nfJ5esz1:'l':?,n.::ef3s:n5,i1Cfs'siesifesinieslii'inanrnfiussftle:fi DGSVSYIS, Samples and Prices sent on Application. HALF TONE. PHOTOTYPE ANE PHOTO-ELECTRO ILLUSTRATIONS f nlshed from photographs, designs sent us or designs furnished by us. 35 STE 'f' 'I' ix: syn A ousgnn 'WR ix The Popolam Vencllcl Aweroclecl U5 Our LOW Plillflilll GOODS are well made and our Fine Goods are in every respect equal to custom made. lFlllElT?i'iTlE"Q,lNl5,, llgllhllhll 5353 QHRNETT, 114 L19 ll8 SOUTH SALINA STREET. 'EE' ' 'l'l-Ili l,.-X'l'lCS'l' NOVEl,'l'1ES IN CHlLlJRlCN,S CLOTHING, iNc1.i:imiNo HATS ANI! CAPS ALWAYS IN s'rocK. L Sl. dollnag Mililofy School. -9llVlfXNL.lUS, N- Vla- T nee-viwv SCHOOL of high grade, designed to prepare young men for College, Government Schools and Business. In connection with the School is I1 Prepziratory lk-p.u'Lnient for the care and training of younger boys. A Summer School will he held during the customary vacation months. RT. REV. F. D. HUNTINGTON, , Presidefzl. Apply to WM. VERBECK, , ' S1mlfl'I'1Ift'7llh'llf. 3 6 PS. AIX!! L OF 2700 XfARIETIES WE HAVE AN ILLUSTRATED CATALIDGUE WE CAN SEND YOU. 1 Interior View of The Rochester lamp Bu.'s Salesrnum, 42 Park Place and 37 Barclay Street, New York City. .LSHSHV1 'I-II-IJ. TFIEIOLS cIIfXIV'I CEII-IJ. NI AA O 'IH ..CI Wbepevep QQ GIIFJFJQQWG, 'llhe Win-elrnnn on ri Co- -.-flgr nil ,-lk., ff" -I -Mrihf 'V X Y urrlrr M41Vie,,'J-jL,5,x..'.4ff-'lr P., lnrnlmin ilieyule ls un object fl'JfQfiflf,',.i.!f'f'j!l'li'.Kf f1'ff'q'j'1lLm3Yj. N ul' rulrnirntion. Ile is grace- 'J i "' Q iff I y"ftf4-v:'?"'l ' ""-' fnllyunml rmtnrnlly posed on -1- fri ' 'Q 'elf l l"X-...fl fi n wheel which is perfect in ? 1 4-orrstrrnztlorm mul ol' Ulfflfllllll design und finish. Will YOU ,loin the tlrmrrg? YVl'l1lllk0 Century Columbia, Columbia Light " I xi T 4 illlKll.'flllll'illlt00 the ' N K Mull, aff. wa, R0fNlS'l.0l' Safety. Columbia Ladies' Safety, Expert, Light Roadster and Volunteer Columbia. L'ntnlor.rno free on applica- tion to the neurest. Colurnbln Agent, or sent. by rnull for 'A Y X .lie ,i,'l"l:ig li.-lr,Qiil'1' . .!r,-rrl l r fifi ii:-Wlf A V 7- mfr.. rr it ... M5 55331 - ' rr rr Will K 1 I I-Il ' ' S 1 'inyl'lNN'i1lilRlX4Hiff! 5 if :ill-3, i. i ' ww .ii.ikl'lg,f' lil M ll il ,r,llmiilirlilMliillr1iiili6liL,lili,liFl l 7 ,rr + Nwfgrif V Lx m' .:- , . ,J 'nirfff' - ie 'rf' - - --ea r l-f1i.,Q :W C3 two two-cent stumps. L POPE MFG- co-, I2 IV1zrnw S11-fal,A"w1u Hn-A'. 221 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. 291 Ilkzbaxh Azwzzw, Chlkngn. . J. P. BISHOP. Lilrerfg ar1dHackSiahle BANK ALLEY, Cor. E. ,Fayette Street, Syracuse. N. Y. TELEPHONE 370. ' Horses und Cnrringes Always llvumly with or without Drivers. ESTABLISHED 1877. 'Phe Old lleliuble Line duddag Epqofegg llrigmlgu culled for und mlm-llverml to ull parts ofthe city mul dr-pots. No extra clmrpro for delivering llru1'lJllN0 to 01' from any pm-t, oi' 11 resilience. Prices Reasonable. -1- Sober and Polite Drivers. Oillce, 120 So. l"rnnklrn St.. COIIA-!'l'0SS Hall Bl'k. TELEPHONE. 594. Farfoljf, fLIl'lff0l'rl7, Calm. JAMES STREET Dining if Hall -IGUROPEAN PLAN- . Regular Jileals, 25 Cenfs. Five Meals, S1-.00. 21 IVieaIs,lS4.00 Reflulfu- Board, 493.50 per week. OWEN S. COX, Manager. ' JOHN J. MARTIN. ' Clothing CpI.eensc 1l ard Dyed ALTERED AND REPAIRED. ALL WORK DONE NEATLY. ' Goods called for- and Delivered to all Dllfts of the city. 225' Montgomery St., cor. Fayette, SYRACUSE. N. Y. 10 por cent. discount. to Students. Order by mail attended to promptly- ""mM"' ANDREW ASTRELLO, Star Glolhlng Houoo, Nos. SUUTH K , Foreign and Domestic Fruits, 224, 226 2 228, shin so., Q,,,,,,,tEQT,,,,,,,,,E1R,, Em NEW KIRK BLOCK, K D X D I X: Tile Largest and Finest Salesrooms LKG-A315 AND TUBALMD- IN el':N'rlmr. Nmw voruc. Q ICE C15E!lM lulltholt. Fine Ready-Made 6 Custom Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Headquarters of Astrello's Orchestra. Music Furnished for all Occasions. Aurmrtnuwnt Alwnyn l'runpIr-lar. l'rlr'r-n Alnnyr. Corrs-1-I. E' Stl! Nl YI mes. STARKEY w rALEN's REA MEM' B lNifiAi,A'iililiNet 1529 AKQH 5T., VHILADELVHIA, YA. For Consumption. Asthma, Bronchltls, Dyspepsla, Catarrh, Hay Fever.!Head- ache, Debillty, Rheumatlsm, Neuralgla and all Chronic and Nervous Disorders. The original amd only genuine Compound Oxygen Treatment, that of Drs. Starkey k Pulen, isa scientitic adjustment of tho elements of Oxygen and Nitrogen nrrrqmclizcd: and the compound is so condensed and made portable thnt it is sentrall over the world. fx It has been in use for more than twenty yemsg thousands oi' patients have been treated, and over one thousand physicians have used it, and recommend lt, -a very significant faet. +5 It does not net as most drugs do, by creating another ailment. ami benefiting.: one organ at the expenses of another, often requiring a so-vond eonrsr- to eradicate the evil 4,-lil-et ol' the ilrst, but Com- pound 0XYrron isa revitalizer, renewing, stremrtll0nil1rA'. iUVil!K'0l'llfiil'lg the whole body. ix! These statements are eondrmed by numerous testimonial:-1. published in our book of 200 pages, only with the express permission of the patients: their names and addresses are given, and you can refer to them for further ir1i'0pm9,tinn, Ur 'Phe irrvllf- success of our treatment has given rise to it host ol' imltators, unscrupulous persons 7 some ealllmr their prepm-mmm, Compound Oxygen, often approprinting our testimonials und the names of our patients, t0 recommend worthless coneoetious. llut any substance made elsewhere or by others. and called Compound Oxygen, is sPUl'if1"S- ' I il ll H Fnnipnurrd U.r!I1l1'n--lls .Vudrv of .-lr-limi and lmurlln," is the title ol' a new book ol' 200 pages, pub- lished by UFS- 5Ull'k0y SL Palen. which gives to all illflUil'Ul'H 1'nll inforniation as to this remarkable curutivc agent, and a record of surprising' cures in a wide range nl' ehronle eases--many oi' them at-wr being abandoned to die by other physicians. Will be mailed free tonny address on application. DRS. STARKEY Gr YHLEN. 1529 Arch Street, Philadelphia, P8- I20 Sutter Street, San Francisco, Cal. 1310350 Mcflllllll this 1'ubliQcltlor1. ' 39 N. DUNGEY Sz co., GRENT at DUNN, DEALERS IN Wlmleunlr: and Retail Jmrlers in I GPOCSPIGSJ INEEEWENE Pmifigiovg, NISGIS, EIC., 132 8: I34 East Genesee'Sl., IIII3 EHSI GBIIBSGB Hllll 331 IPVIIIQ SI., sYRAcUsE, N. Y, SYIL-IUUSE, N. Y. ALEX GRANT, THOS. DUNN- TI'IE ODELL TTI7E WRITER. Will buy the ODELL TYPE WRITER with 78 characters, and S15 for the SINGLE CASE ODELL, warranted to do better work than any machine made. It combines Simi-i,ieiTv with DURAIIILITY, SPEED, EASE or oPERA'1'1oN, wears longer withoutqcost of repairs than any other machine. Has no ink ribbon to bother the operator. It is NliA'l', 9UllS'1'AN'l'lAL, nidkehplated, per- fect, and adapted to all kinds of type writing. l.ike a printing press, it pro- duces sharp, clean, legible manuscripts. Two or ten copies can be made at one writing. Any intelligent person can become an operator in two days. We olfer 81,000 tO any Operator who can equal the work of the DOUBLE CASE ODELL. Reliable Agents and Salesmen wanted. Special Inducements to deaI6I'S- For Pamphlet giving Indorsements, etc., address ITHE unfit TYPE wmran cu.. 358-364 Dearborn Street. , CHICAGO, ILL. 40 OU will always jim! a, full lflnc of ARTISTS' Surrfuas, 1 MATHEMYKTICAL 1 INSTRUMENTS., 111 1--'T' I . mesh! Pulau Delicious!!! ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, l PIQTLIRE RVXMES, Bonbons QQ Chocolates. 3 F E 'iNOVELTIES-- i WALL PAPER, In FwZ,?,?f:jf2ff2t1:21E:'?:f'meres R And All the Novelties an Arr Goods. 863 Broadw E. i A T THE 1.0 lrlssr' rnlclcs. 21 West 42d Street, ncnr 51h Avi Nsw York. 1 . 150 Broadway, ein' Libcny Sm! 1 ---fr+4'---- w'iY"i.?2i2Z Z?'2f.Z11Zo?.1i'L5a1?5"l5'JL1iPZ? V AN D EN BU R G' 3, KQIBBB. X 1 C368 South Salina Street., Q SYRACIISE, N. Y. A A A. , b Y -,,f- .. .. .. THE A Nonrnemi A Cnmsrmn A ADVOCATE 15 gym 01: -I-HE: Butyl- FA n-ILY l'APl+lRS PUBl4lSllED. rr sl-loUl.n I-IAVRX lTSwi:ijii?lg.fN Evlanv ME'ruonxs'r FAMILY- lr is nn ull-:wound pu- 1 I thc character of the Contributod Articles. per, furnishing solid, in- thc Sunday School Dcpnrtmcnt. muccumi food, w i L 1, thc respcctivc sections of Art und Science. news itcms nnrl enough , the curcfnlly sclcctcd Missionary IMWUSOIICO- of thcspiuy to mnkc its I thc'l'cnipcruncc Department. wcckly coming Oilgcrly . the Home Church Ncws Items. awaited' 1 L thc bright und nttmnctive Fircsido Pago. Bum-icrlption price xvithln the reach of all, as is LESS Tl-IAN FOUR clgyq-5 PER WI-ZEK. ' fEI'U'IlSI"I' 823 IELA.'I'CJIN', UNIVERSITY BLOCK. i SYRACUSE, N- Y. 41 4 SEE ILLUSTRATIONS IN THIS BOOK 751112 HORSFORUS ACID PHOSPHATE. Prepared according to the directions of Prof. E. N. HORSP'ORD. This Preparation is recommended by Physicians as a most 6XOSll6l1f and agreeable tonic and appetizer. lt nourishes and lnvlgorates the tired brain and body. lmD9-WCS FSUBWBG energy and vltallty, and enlivens the functions. Dr. Ephraim Bateman, Cedarville, N. J., says: "I have used it for several years. not only in my practice, but in my own individual case, and consider it under, all circumstances one of the best nerve tonics that we possesg, For mental exhaustion or overwork it gives renewed strength and vigor to the entire system." Dr. P. W. Thomas, Grand Rapids, Nlich., says: - "One of the best of tonics. It gives vigor, strength and quiet sleep." Dr. H. K. Clarke, Geneva, N. Y.. says: "It has proved of great value for its tonic and revivifying influence." Dr. R. Williams, LeRoy, N. Y., says: "A good general tonic, and worthy of trial." Dr. l. H. Stedman, West Brattleboro, Vt., says: '.'Best tonic I ever used." Descriptive pamphlet free on application to RUMFUHD CHEMICAL WORKS, Providence, ll. l. BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS. cAu'rioN:-Be sure the word "HoRsFoRD's" ls prlntepl On the label- All Others are spurious. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. 43 I'IFIT CFI FIERFI FIRE TOU GOING TO TAKE ON TOUR TKII7 TI'II5 5ilI'II'IER? HAVE YOU SFEN THE NEW MODEL l HAWKEY The LEADING all-around Camera. ' I 41 su 1 n 1vllf'4' If 1' 1 ' '- 'Yi nvmm , c", :vrn ta lxxn ' mm 1 PIP KIPSCFI Ili llll. I'ri01-S, I5 Q0 8550. Uses rfulllllf It lt, nl! frtl1llmhFlll KIII c Im, gl! I :Hi my plums which Ill'1'SllIlIl'Vl'I'j'XYIIl'I'l',Ill'uUIIfIlIllllllN Film, l1rr2fr!ul00p1ctlll'L':4WlIImlltI1-I4m1IIm:. IN In-u an Iluslu-al wr. wlm. rxwxen 'rm' l'I1"l'l'III-24. 'l'Il I-I BLAIR CAMEIIA 1'0.,nlsomauumwlnn-x-s01' lllnh-'va N-lc-In-nl:-cl 'll'Vl'l'Nlllll: I lllnfk. iillllglllll v0lllllIl1't and 01 In-r Ulllll0l'llll nnil Ac'l'l'll0l'll'u. l"1u-tori:-as. ,l7l-177 Trmnlll N"., lioulun, Munn. UIIIUAGO Bruin-h, 2015 Stale St. Also sold hy Dealers uwrywh:-rc. ...,..-.-,..,s- W. L. -MUHGAIV, 72.3 Crouse Avenue, ::: Syracuse, N-.Y-, Special .Agent for Syracuse University. 44 J W. 2 CR SYRACUSE, N. Y. TEEZQEL55. LYMAN 2 BROTHERS, 1wuNTER3 325xwARREN STREET sYRACUsE,Nqv 36232 Telephone 937. 45 ' CQOQOHGS, Qoup 'N Livery and Qaggag 'PHE Nurse' camps, A. WEBB HOWE, Pnonmzron. O ly Desirable Place in the City for Theat e Parties. First-Class I d es Cafe All kinds of game s I ' 1.4, 1.6 8 1.8 W. Railroad St., mul 1..J, 1.21 N 1.13 Clinton St., SYRACUSE. N. Y. MQW WRHQE5 if F0522 2 web 2 QMALHTT TAHLQKHNQ. A. B. ANDREWS, - SUCCESSOR T0 KING 85 WVEBBER, V WEMAKElS'fU1i2l SOLD. 355 35Oli'fl1 Salina 51- Kl1fls lfl?.Kl'ECT FITTING TKOCl5ERtS. G. H. MCHURQN SUN, "PALACE : sTABLE5," Livery and Boarding Stable, CORNER JEFFERSON 81 CLINTON STREETS, TELEPHONE ee4. -?-grfkifa. -'-KLSYRACUSE, N. Y- Ciicarriragey Qrouglqamg, Qoupes, Uicloriag Uptown Onlce: Cm-. Wm-ren and East W I film: 91 011 N 7 1 ' flerbilt II use. T I 1 I 773 A 46 HDVERTHSERS9 HNDEX. v Gintcr, Cigarettes .... Algfzaigvs Bros., Grocers ...., Andrews, A. n.,'ranor .,,,. .... fggld. D, L., Pins and Ulllllglls ..., Abbott. W. E., Coal Dealer ..... Aword, A. E., lfoal Dealer . . Alvoru, Charles, 'l'allor. Astrello, Orchestra ...,.... Bishop, J. P., Livery .... Badger, Dr., llaths ........... -- lletts, S. T.. Real Estate ........... . Benson. A. E Music ........ Brand, Bauerk Molyneux, llootsandirllfoes lllalr Camera Co ............ ..-.--- - -- v Brooks llros., Dry Goods .... .. .... Cohn, Bernard. Tailor .......- ----- ---' Coxe, O.. James Street Restaurant. .- Cronin, Livery ............-- ---- -f---- - Claveruek Colleae ....------ ---- ----- Curtis. Photogragher, ..,,... .. Cunnlnghaxn, J. ., Dentist .... - - Dower Sr Dower, Pins and llaclgvs ,... DgPuy, C. C., Job Printing. ..... . - DeVoe. Artists' Materials .......... . Drekn, Fine Stationery llouse.., .. Durstou ............................ Dungey 8: Co.. Groceries ....... . Elmer 8: Amend, Chemicals Eastman Camera Co ......... fffffff.. Earl Sz Wilson, Collars and Cu1l's. ..... Ensign, Dr.. Dentist .......... ....... owcr F Shoe Re nlrln gllemlnk, Candicsug ..... , Gray, M. E.. Dentist ....... ..,,., Grant Sc Dunn. Hardware n1erel3li.in'A1Q'.IIf - - nr, Photos .............., ,.,.,,,,,,, glgbe Hotel .... . .........,., ,..,, ,,,. A y v Sz Tobin ........ ,,,,,, g?,:n3yUnioii Hotel ...... kcttstown Institute .,,,,, H 1l:1l0'igford'S Acid Phosphate ,.,., H01-desty, Dr., Dentist. .,,,,,, H Hazen 1 hotographer .... ,.,,, , U , , Howlett F. C.. Rubber Goods ..... Holden Sz Sons Coal Dealers .... Humming, F. W.. Tailor, ..,,,, Hunt 3, Eaton, Publishers ...,, ,'i3X2EfW3Sl'1'?rf.aaw:1: S Q C0., GFOOOPS ...... ..,. , , l33s..'E..fcss ..-- - ..-.. . ..... .... . .. V a ' llros. 8 DcGan. Carpets ,,,. 'lgfI:l?,m?w ln, X Co., Tohueconists. Kmgsfordn qi, N son, Starch ..., ,,,,., Kent 8: Mmm-, Clothing House ....... Kenyon 3 Power, Drugglsts ...... Leiter Bros., Music Dealers. ..... Levy. D. S., Clothing ltepaircr ...... Lyman Bros., Printers ............. Mertens, Yann 3z,Garnett Clothing.. MoCarth-if it Co., Dry Goods ........... Martin, . J., Dyeing and Repairing-.. Moore 8 Co., Commission Merchants. Maynard, Geo. L., Undertaker ........ Meads, C. P.. Business College ........ Molluron, G. ll.. Livery ......... Niagara Wheel Co., Bicycles ........ N lvcr, Coal Dealer ............ ......... Newman, J. F., Fraternity Pins ...... Northern Christian Advocate ...... Orlell Typewriter ...................... Ormsbee. H. J. S.: Cn.. Engravers . UI'Ill!5lllUU X Smith, Wines and Liquors: Iffl Owens. Caterer. ..................... . Onondaga County Milk Association.. Ollnste-ad H. R. ...... .............. ..... Oswego Shade Cloth Co ...... .... ...... Parker N Ashmore. Engravers ...... Pope lllanufaeturing Co., Bicycles l'ond's Extract ......................... Partridge, Horace. Tlnnls Goods ..... Rohner 8 Sylvester, Insurance ...... Rooney Sa Son. Livery ............... Ryder. Photonrrapher .............. Ruuseh, Caterer ....... ..... Rochester Lamp Co .......... Rosenbloom, S., Sa Sons ...... Shaw Plano Co .................. ............ Spalding 8: Co ........... ........... .......... Starkey 85 Palqen, Compound Oxygen St. .Iohn's llhlltary Academy. ..... . . .. Smith N Mott, Iirugglsts ........ ...... Snnth Premier Co ....,,...... ........ ..... . Stevens 8 Adams. Hats and Caps. .... Stlnard. Clothler ..................... . ....--- Smith dz llurdiek, Pool and Billiard Room.. Star Clothing C0 ,,,.,,,,,. ., ,...... ....... . . . Thorne bb Angell, Real Estate ...... Qlllan y 81- Co., J ewclers ........ .. 'laylor. T. ll .................... . ...-- ---- - Van Waircnen Sz llatsford. PaIlor...: ---- Vandcuburqh Sz Co., Pictures and 15l'!l.ll108. Vanderbilt House .,,,,. ...... ..-- ---- - - - b ---- Wcxlcli 8: Ilrldwnnn, Gent-1' Furnishing Wicks, Parke ., Dentlstn- ------ ----- - Winter 85 Smith, Tailors ..-- ---- ------------- Wallon, A. J., Bookblnder .... ------ Welwster's Dictionary ................. X.. svillflmam, c. u., raw Stationery ----- ' Woleotl xwest ..... ...- ---- -------- Worts N Co.. Bnk0rS ----- ---- ------ Youmans, Hats....-- ' . . 5 . .x' Jwlf. -' ' 'JZ' 2. .. l.


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