Taft School - Taft Annual Yearbook (Watertown, CT)

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I tt-IFA Y at Co. Diamond and Gem Merchants. Gold and Silver Smiths, Stationers, etc. Go-ld Watches for Graduates The fasings of Tzfzzrzy 67' fofs gold zexnffhes are all I8-fZIl7'Clf. Offs 01'pbo!0g1'njJh.r upon 'regzzesi Gold Watches suitable for young men. , Open face, Upward from S60 Hunting cases, Upward from S65 . , , Ladies Gold Watches Neat little gold open-face watches suitable for young women. S25,27,40,45 upward Enameled Gold and Jeweled Watches With Enamel, Upward from S50 With Sapphire pave back, With Pearl pave back, " " 75 Upward from S450 With Pearl and diamond pave back With Ruby pave hack, Upward from 525 S235 and 300 With Diamond pave hack, " " 600 Tiffany Sc Co. always welcome a comparison of prices They are strictly retailers and do not employ agents or sell their wares through other dealers Mail Orders Upon receipt of satisfactory refer- ences Tiflany lit Co. will send on approval selections of their stock to any part of the United States References Any national bank or responsible business house will answer for this purpose Tiffany Xa Co. 1905 Blue Book no illustrations sent upon request Removal During the summer Tittany SL Co. will be located in their new building, Fifth Avenue and 3-7th Street To facilitate their removal they are adding daily to their special sale tables selections from their varied stock and marking them at mater- ial reductions from original prices UNION SQUARE NEW voRK i The Woodruff Grocery Col DALLAS The- Florist Staple and Fancy Groceries .ol FOI' Cut Flgwefs W Wines and Imported Cigars ,swA1wayS Long Stogkg-5 r my my - TELEPHONE E 40 North Main Street : : Waterbury, Conn. 32 Union Street 13 South Main Street HGQIIQQQ JBUQUQH clothing for young men, 16 to 2 1 years of age,has more style to it than any other clothing made. You are safe when you buy clothing, hats or furnishing goods of I. B. IVIULLINGS 86 SUN - - Waterbury, Conn, an Q. WL is ff' gil lu w lu uf Xa if . . it rv 3.40 45.40 l l Thorough Instruction on Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar. Club instruction a specialty Dealer in Fine String Instruments, Cases, Strings, and everything pertaining to same Studio and Salesroom, 109 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn THE ROLEE SHAKESPEARE IN LIMP LEATHER. Single volumes, net, go cents, 40 volumes, boxed, net, y5S36.oo. Edifed by XVILLIAM I. ROLFE, Litt. D., formerly Headmaster of the High School at Cambridge, Mass. For twenty years Rolfe Shakespeare has been regarded as the standard in point of text and notes by the leading schools and colleges of the country The Baker 85 Taylor Company 33-37 East 1716 Shes! New York BOOK CASES, DESKS, DESK CHAIRS, BASKETS, EASY ROCKERS, COSTUME POLES, COUCI-IES AND EVERYTHING NEEDED IN THE FURNITURE LINE I. IVI. BURRALL 85 CO. WA TERBURYQ9 OLDES T FURNITURE .S TORE i----so Bank Street- SPECIAL DELIVERY FOR HTAFTS' WITHERS Sc MILLS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE TE1,EPl-IONE CONNECTION Established 1818 BRGOKS 1- BROTHERS Fine Clothing and Furnishings for Men and Boys Su ts made from exclusive materials imported especially for our School and College trade. Light weight long coats in new designs Riding Jackets and Knickerbockers. English and Domestic Hats. Fine shoes for dress, street or sporting wear Fitted Toilet Rolls, Collar and Hat Boxes Suit Cases etc Sweaters, Scaris and Belts in School and College Colors Clzlrzlogue wzih iffl!SZ'I'ZZf1-071K mm' prices mailed zyban zfeguexz' gfff'35-"Q 'Q .- f A- 'f'l1f:1- 'eu , ey .'.1, E3 2- 25335.-g ' A . 1. eww . fmt' 1' v."f"f773i'lv's Y ja., ,. i jmgliifll it 215. . 5, 1 'EET-QQ '. 91" 5filsr,fj'lQLi2ix'i,B- . ...Ill 1 "'QQ?'Qil5' ' i""':3f"si' 53 fi ' 1, use- '- 'J i qiiiiaig l r, .f .V - -' fi i 1332515542-u, -ff . , .1524 1, . - ' ' . ' .H , . '5.g..r,f V 3 'fir E21 -- v.. ' .- , '-uf: - - s 1' fl .1 M Q 1 ..,l, ,,. , ,.. . 'PE-27" f- ,' ' -'T:.1 . ' ,Q . 'ji . jiflff .Li 5' .T J- 'f . 1 New England Engineering Co. ELECTRIC WIRING Electrical Supplies, Wholesale and Retail. A full line of A. C. and D. C. MOTORS carried in Stock. THE JUDSON INN A place where the parents and friends of Tait boys may come and be comfortable. Electric lights, good heating and a fine Main Office and Storeroom, Waterbury, Conn, table- Branch Stores ' Hartford New Britain Branford New Haven Stamford Order 7'001lZS in gdfygygggu Larchmont, N. Y. New London Greenwich V The Colonial Trust Company FOR A QUIET GAME OF B1LL1ARDs Wafefbufy,c0nnecuC,,f FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT O CALL 1 Capital g5400,000' Surplus and Profits fSl35,48l,32 SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS Guardian and Conservator. HODSON'S Transacts a General Banking Business, Paying Interest on Daily Balances, Acts as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, X7 Wlest Main Street. Connected with 20 Exchange Place, VVaterbury, Conn. Look Where you will Search Where you may You Will not find anybody tries to suit you better than Jo SEPH SUFFA Watertown, Conn, Plumbing, Tinning, Heat- ing, Electric Wirhig and Supplies .25 .al .B Ja JL Nl - A-" -"" U ' YY I 1 WWW On-the-H111 Samtarrum ZZ Watertown, Litchfield County, Conn. 4 For Nervous and Chronic Invalids and for Convalescing , Medical and Surgical Cases Needing Special Care and l wsfwiw -B66 J Treatment. 4 Terms moderate. L- No insane cases received. Patrieian College-bred styles-Our "Oxtord', and f'Teek"sacks, single and double buttoned 515 to 330. Peg-top trousers, 52.50 to 57.50. "Pointo" the new Oxford last, 253.50 to 555.00 Manhattan Negligee shirts 81.50 to 83.50 JONES, MORGAN 8a COMPANY The house is located- on a hill surrounded hy extensive grounds and has a tine view of the surrounding country. House is furnished-with all modern improvements. Skillful nursing and careful attention given to patients. Apply to N 'Telephone Connection Charles Warren Iackson, M. D AT THE CHINA SHOP can always be found a choice line of Steins, Cigar and Tobacco Jars, Ash Trays, odd designs in Match Stands, Study Lamps and Fittings, Glassware, Hammered Brass Plaques and all kinds of Art Pottery suitable for room decorations. W. Easton Smith 25 North Main Street Waterbury, Connecticut DR. GEORGE GODFREY HERR DENTIST Apothecaries Hall Building Fifth Floor W I ,I 4, , N Fw Eigjfn igi5'vhm'mm Q ggwwaqftelewh I ,655 .- 'C'if"ffQ, fm K 53,1 Agar' x I l 1 A ' I '. SZ X QQ? bl I N5 ' , J ti? PIM ., y -1 X xx X ,Q If NX Nag, AQ? rv' 8 XPQX 1 lv, x X xg ,Q f x X X N75 gt' b 9 H X41 Q Q G Q I , , X I fr g 4 vw W ' Nav-:HAVEN X IIE: ffl, 31 1 Eli .M fn 2. I . I X R I 'nm 'rn-r'rno i JILL? X X X . ' xxuzxcnurmsr. I N L' I 4477 I ly, p x l jfggl lei l fn w s x - WW' 1 .7 xi ,S E A sn 9' , NNN ',r ap e -' l ' M" I L aw. Fw 4 1-2 inch Nickel Plated Case The Tattoo Alarm RINGS LIKE A FIRE ALARM EVERY TWENTY SECONDS FOR FIFTEEN MINUTES ON 4-INCH BELL-METAL C-ONG ON BACK OF CLOCK Alarm may be made silent at will by switching shut-off ' h The School Boy ITIS? 23li,'2iliiphIlVE2d'Z5Ie Would need the Services ' not of the clockmaker but of the Undertaker Manufactured by The New Haven Clock Company New Haven, Conn. For Sale at Fans. viii I Picture of School The Annual Poster . Title . . Editorial Faculty . Calendar . . List of Students . Athletics .... Record of Football Games Record of Baseball Games Members of T. A. A. Former ofhcers of T. A. A ..,. Football and Baseball Captains and Managers Football ..... . Hockey . Baseball . Track Team '. Clubs . ,-S ,- , 1 .w s ,, fi f 2 1' ' 1. X WW? 1 1 ND E 79- PAGE Frontismece Glee and Mandolin Clubs 1 , 1 Dramatic Club . 3 Debating Club . -4 Chess Club . 6 Views . 7 Publications . 9 The Annual . IO The Papyrus . 1 1 Pot-Pourri , 12 The Senior Class 13 School Cheers . I4 Nick Names . . 15 History of the School . 21 Record of the Year . . 27 Taft Dances . . . 32 Finis . . 35 Grinds . PAGE 37 41 45 . . 46 26, 34, 36, 40 . . 47 48 50 53 54 58 59 60 62 66 67 ix if JL JI 1s 9c mg 'mg ,Q up JL QC gm nfl, T Ji wif JK JK U ff' WI' 921 Ji If 115 JL 713 L uf if If fm 'JE I l-Lg up If Jc ii If li DCI' ' If I JKT, ll QKFLAJL film W UL Ji Ti V l I 13 1. IJ , Y H ffm H E Lf U S i 'Dajjj Ji, U' mm Ei UAL --,F 1 ,Nfl 1 ' 1 Zibe Gait Hnnual lDolume Gwelve IE o i t o r 5 : George EL. 1Emmons, 1905 S, Chairman. Gbatles jf. Illbills, 1906 5. mllillifllll WI. 'Riunt, 1906 5, JBusines5 fllbanager Ebe Uaft School UUHICFTOWU, 501111. 'lull . b. .L 4 I 4 I J I: L ,L , W , ' 1 N , I r, I. dillib, 11 nJm5Ha fr Jin: nfl-'-as .- '-T -131-155 -Q . ,'.. 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VVe wish to take this opportunity of thanking heartily those who have aided us with drawings, photographs, and in various other ways. 3 in 3 W, I Ix1f.KL1Bll'KE MR 1WORTON MR. DUTCHER MR. NIACKINTOSH MR, JOLINE MR. ROBERTS MR. TAF1' MR. WELTON MR XVARD jfacultp . H. D. TAFT, A. M.-History, Civil Governnient. JUDSON S DUTCHER, A. M.-Mathematics, Botany. 0L1N C. JOLINE, B. A.-Greek. PAUL KLIMPKE, A. M.-French, German. HARLEY F. ROBERTS, A. M.-Latin. CHARLES H. WARD, A. M.-English. ANDREW D. MACINTOSH, A. B.-History, English. SYDNEY B. MORTON, A. M.-Latin. PAUL M VVELTON-History, Physical Culture. REV. HERBERT N. CUNNINGHAM, A. M.-Chaplain and Religious Instructor. 4 I 1905 Sejbi. 12, 1905, Dec. 21, 1905, 1906 fan 9, 1906, lllarch 22, 1906, April 3, 1906, june 15, 1906, First term begins. Winter vacation begins. Second term begins. Spring vacation begins. Third term begins. Summer vacation begins 6 list of Stubents 190451905 GEORGE MILTON ALLERTON, JR. Waterbury, Conn. WILLIAM CLARK ARKELL ........ Canajoharie, N. Y. HUGO ARNSTEIN ...................... New York City ALEXANDER HUMPHREY BEARD .... New York City VVILFRED ATWOOD BEARDSLEY. .VVaterbury, Conn. HILDRETH BENNER .............. Astoria, L. I., N. Y. EDXIVARD HALE BIERSTADT, JR ...... New York City HENRY PAYNE BINGHAM ....,....... Cleveland, Ohio JULIAN TOMLINSON BISHOP ...... ,.Bridgeport, Conn. AMSBRY MITCHELL BROOKS ..... Germantown, Penn. GEORGE PERCY BROWN ...... ......... B arre, Mass. LEON CAMPBELL BUZZELL ........ East Lyme, Conn. ORTON PLATT CAMP ............... VVaterbury, Conn. JAMES OTIS CLARKSON ...... Tivoli-on-Hudson, N. Y. ROBERT BARNEY CLAY ............... Glenville, Ohio ROGER BALDWIN COLTON ........ New Haven, Conn. ALFRED COWLES ..................... Chicago, Illinois FREDERIC GUTHRIE CUNNINGHAM, JR. .N. Y. City HAROLD MERRIMAN DEANE ...... Watertown, Conn. JOHN HALLOCK DEMING ............ Litchfield, Conn. ROBERT CHAMPION DEMING ..... New Haven, Conn. ALFRED ALTON DUSTIN ...,.. ..... C leveland, Ohio HORACE BARNARD EARLE ..... .... P lainneld, N. J. . . . .New York City DAVID JAY ELY .............. RICHARD DUNCAN ELY ..... .......... W are, Mass. GEORGE LEWIS EMMONS ......... Schenectady, N. Y. WILSON LEAR EYRE ............. New Rochelle, N. Y. ALLEN NORTHROP FAIRCHILD. .Flushing, L.I., N. Y. ARTHUR ROBERTSON FERGUSSON ..... Manila, P. I. GEORGE GALE ....' .......... T ompkinsville, S. I., N. Y. RUFUS WILLIAM GAYNOR ........,.. Brooklyn, N. Y. NORMAN JOSEPH GAYNOR ..... Brooklyn, N. Y. BENEDICT GIFFORD ................... Hudson, N. Y. NORMAN CALEB GRANNISS ........ Bridgeport, Conn. ADOLPI-I MARTIN HAMANN ..... Mount Vernon, N. Y. CARL HARRINGTON HANNA ........ Cleveland, Ohio MARCUS ALONZO HANNA ..... ..... C leveland, Ohio HOWARD KEYS HOLLISTER ......... Cincinnati, Ohio HORACE HOLT ......................... New York City ARTHUR RAYMOND I-IOTCHKISS. .lfVatertown, Conn. FLOYD DUNBAR HOTCHKISS ...... YVatertown, Conn, JOHN THEODORE LUDELING HUBBARD ............................Bridgeport,Conn. MARCUS FRANCIS HODGES HUBBARD...N. Y. City HENRY HULL ....................... Savannah, Georgia WILLIAM HENRY HUNT, JR ......... Helena, Montana BURDON HYDE ...................... YVaterbury, Conn. OVIDE BURTON LACOUR ..... ..... N ew Orleans, La. JAMES MCKEEN LEWIS ..., ..... IX Iorristown, N. J. JOHN LAVENS LILLEY ..,. ..,. N Vaterbury, Conn. THEODORE LILLEY .,.,. ...... I Vaterbury, Conn. EDMUND LIVINGSTON .... .... C atskill Station, N. Y. HENRY HALL LYMAN .............. Middlefield, Conn, LOUIS BRUCE MATTISON ....... South Shaftsbury, Vt. CHARLES FERDINAND MILLS ..... Savannah, Georgia STUYVESANT PEABODY .............. Chicago, Illinois ARCHIBALD FORBES PENDLETON. . .New York City ARVID MARCY PENDLETON ......,... New York City SHERMAN HICKOX PERRY ......... Waterbury, Conn. SHERMAN PHELPS PLATT ............ New York City FRANK NULTY RANSON ........ Knoxville, Tennessee MAURICE TRUMBUL ROWLAND ...Waterbury, Conn. EDWARD JOHNSON SANGER ....... Naugatuek, Conn. EDWIN LEWIS SCOFIELD, JR ........ Stamford, Conn. ALFRED HUBERT SCOVILL ........ Watertown, Conn. HARRY DOWNES SELLERS, JR ..... Pittsburgh, Penn. JULIUS BENEDICT SMITH ........... Waterbury, Conn. HERBERT SCOTT SNEAD .......,...... New York City CHARLES REGINALD SOUTHEY ....,.. . ...........Culustock, Schoonbre, South Africa JAMES BEVERLEY STAPLER ......... New York City EDWARD STEVENS .....,....,......... Yonkers, N. Y. GEORGE EDWARD STEVENS, JR ...... Yonkers, N. Y. RUSSELL WHEELER STRONG. .Setauket, L. I., N. Y. WILLIAM HARRIS SYMINGTON ....... New York City ROBERT ALPHONSO TAFT ........... Cincinnati, Ohio COLLINS MICAJAH TALBOTT .......... XVarren, Penn. WILLIS MITCHELL TATE ........... Waterbury, Conn. ALFREDO PARDO DE TAVERA .......... Manila, P. I. CHARLES PARDO DE TAVERA .......... Manila, P. I. WILLIAM SMITH TAYLOR .......... Watertown, Conn. JOHN CAMPBELL TOWNSEND ......... New York City EDWARD HOWARD TOWNSEND ...... New York City WILLIAM DOUGLAS WALTON. ..Bellport, L. I., N. Y. WARREN LELAND WARD .......... Portchester, N. Y. DEVER CADY WARNER ...... .... B ridgeport, Conn. HARVEY TRACY WARREN ......... Bridgeport, Conn. HARDY STONE WATERS .............. IfVolcott, Conn. WILLIAM CORCORAN WELLING ..... Hartford, Conn. ALFRED WELLS ................... ..Southford, Conn. JOHN HAZARD WELLS ................ Kingston, R. I. LEWIS MERRIMAN WIGGIN ......... Litchfield, Conn. FREDERIC WELCH WILLIAMS ..... Forestville, Conn. CARROLL DANA WINSLOW ........... New York City RUSSELL JOHNSON IVOODIIVARD. .IfVatertown, Conn. IIDOIIIIOYB for 1904-S5 LOUIS BRUCE MATTISON GEORGE LEWIS EMMONS. DAVID JAY ELY. r , -. 4 .ffff 4, ff: .- -:fvzqx iN - CS A N ff? rw? j1f,',Xffi'-w?534T'fl.X X 'QL-ix -X E 11. , . fffgf,f2,,f .5 ,XQXQVXQSNXX f n f I X247 , 409, 4 X my Nw 5x X QNX? x !f!Q'f!fff!f T XXXXXX NNN 7,f,qfE6? .X X3 X Qi? xx X 1 f 1 ff ' X' N X X fa , I f Q, 'We r l " ., , V, ',54,,, gif 4fg,:'v'f'f 1 KR we 'F i Yi- X Q ., N A If V "pf" 'lflfllxifqiil-'xwixxqiv'-L-X'-XVXQ'XAXXX , ' . 'W 1' 'VA3-v.,':5W' I W Ay x f + - . fff fqiv- +M',..w.f.' ' 4 . 4mm-I msg, 1.'1.,51 ,mma .-Wv I Mlm 4' XX 'f ' H'ui 'f1'ff'flW.1'I .',NMH35 Hawl'Kr1'r3K1+, bwQ'iR'v - W',.1 VEf:?,' f v1fe"f1 fw:H,mfw 'ygn1v.nml +gH "g1'l1QWMWQ' E3 'l' Pl '- lm +xf"f 'jf'y,'If'f'T5'i 'KW x 1' . -fm ' ' ffl! 1.11 3 gf, f 1 -Aefzu mg jf "A- ff ', R' M NM W ff- f Ill 4:21 fiAw1fff9'f1"5f4ff:M5 KM Re xy'-KXHXN--. Q' v- 3rQ3QbQuv-,-.1 .-.--Qfrc. J vyfi if xx Q WMS W . , wx VY gx QI: f fmp 7 f MY ' X xx X XX,-fskwgvsff Tqi wg ac- ..-- ,f6y,ffM, f A f wlf ' WW A ff f i if N -X X4 N Nwj-X , fgfjzrff tg ' f V 5,1 --4,,sr-'21 1Recorb of Elll jfootball GHITIGS TAFT vs. I8Q2 IBQS 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 IQOO IQOI 1902 1903 190.1 Alumni ,.... ...... .... 4 - 0 18-10 ,, .... 10-0 Ansonia H. S ....... 14-0 .... 30-0 .... .... .... . . Betts Academy. .... .... 2 2-0 6-24 .... 21-5 .... .... Black Hall ........, .... .... 1 4 -o 32-o 21-0 .... .... ..,, . . . Boardman H.S ..... .... . . .... .... .... ..,. ..., o- 6 .... . . . . Bridgeport H. S ........... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 1 1 - o .,.. 2 S - 0 11-12 8-o Cheshire ........, ............ 2 6-0 6-0 10-0 20 0 ..-- 17-0 23-0 --.- --.- 1 --- ---- Conn. Agricultural College . . .... .... .... .... .... . . .... 0- 1 1 .... .... .... . . . . Gunnery ...... ...... ........ . . . 48-0 42-0 .... .. .... 18-0 6-5 6-5 11-1 1 Hartford H. S ..... .... .... .... .... .... .... o - 1 7 5 - 6 .... . . . Hillhouse H. S ..... .... .... 1 o- 16 11-o .... ,... .... . . . Hillside A. C ..... .... 2 2-o 4-o .... .... .... . . . . . . . .. Holbrook ,,,,,.,.. .... .... . . ., .... .... .... . . .. I1-5 Hopkins G, S ,,.,, 4-2 .... 58-0 .... .... 2 9-0 .... .... . . . . lO'5 Hotchkiss ........ ..., o- 22 6-38 o-26 o-24 ..,. U'22 0-21 o-64 .... .... Naugatuck H. S .... . ..., .... .... ,... .... .... .... .... .... 2 2 - o New Haven H. S ..... .... . ...1 6 '18 5-5 C-0 N. Y. A. C. juniors . . . 4-8 .... .... .... . . . . Pomfret ............. .... 6 -2 .. PortCl1esterH.S .... .... , .... 40-O Ridge .............. .... .... .... . . .. ll-O Riverview .,......., . 5-0 6-o 17-6 17-o .... St. Pa11l's Church ,.... . . 4 . . .... .... .... 1 8 -o o-6 St. Paul's School .. .. ..,. 0-21 0-11 Thomaston ..,........ .... .... o - 0 o-19 . . . Torrington Victors ,............ . .... . . . 4-!2 . . . . . . Trinity School .................... . 16'-4 .... .... .... . . . . University School, Bridgeport .... .... .... .... 3 8 - 0 .... Upson Seminary ................ .... ..,. o - o .... .... Waterbury H. S ............. 22-0 .... 0-o .... .... 6 -6 Waterbury Y. M. C. A ..... o-12 .... .... .... . . .. Watertown ,,.., ......... .... . . . 20-0 18-o ,,,, . , . . . . . . . . . Watertown Firemen .... .... . . 36-Q .... .... .... . . .. Westminster . ........ .... .... . . . .... 5-5 6-16 0-29 Wilson 81 Kellogg .... 6-4 .... .... . . .. .... .... . . . . . . . . Yale 1896 .,......... .... o -6 0-I4 . .... .. .... O-O Yale 1901 ..... .... . .. 6-o 1 1-0 .... 5-o .... .... . . . . 5-6 1 Yale " Scrub" ........ .... .... . . . 0-8 . .... .... 5 -0 .... 2-Z 2-fi 0-0 Scored by Taft ,,,,,, 26 48 24 74 218 138 61 QQ 55 34 72 103 73 Scored against Taft ,,,, 16 18 2 56 38 76 32 5 33 56 114 117 67 1Recotb of E1lIlJBa5eball Games TAFT VS 1593 1394 I 1393 1896 1897 18,8 1899 ngoo 1901 1902 I 903 1904 Alumni ,......... Betts Academy ........ Black,Hall ............... Boardman M. T. H. b .... Booth .............,.... Bridgeport H. S ....... Cheshire ............ Cutler . ,............. . Danbury QLeaguel .. . Gunnery ........-..... 1-lillhouse H. S ...... Hillside A. C .... Hopkins G. S .... Hotchkiss ..,.... King's School ..... Litchfield ...,....... Middletown H. S ,.,. Naugatuck H. S ..... New Haven H. S .... New Rochelle ................ . . New Rochelle M. A ............ , Norwalk University School ..... . Oakville A. C ............ . .... Pomfret ..,.....,....... .... Riverview ....... Sacred Heart ...... Springfield H. S ...... Stalnford H. S ......,... " Strollers " fAnsoniaj ...... St. Paul's fGarden Cityj .... Torrington H. S .......... Triangle A. C. ........ . Trilbys QYaleD ................ Trinity Freshmen .......... .... University School, Bridgepn IL... Waterbury High School ........ Waterbury Y. M. C. A ...... VVestminste1' . ......... . Wesleyan Freshmen .... Woodbury ............. Yale College ,,.,,,,,, Yale Freshmen ...... Yale Law School ,,,. Yale 1896 .......... Yale Yale Yale Yale l902 S ,,,, Yale 1904 S. . ,, Yale Yale " Scrub l' , , , Yale 1898 ,,,., 1399 ..... i901-,.... T903 ....... . U.G.G ........ S-lo 1-19 . il? fi-A J-2, .... .... .Gig 5-8 14-2 7-2 3-7 7-11 15-16. ' i2-14 .. .gag .gig .gas .... 15-7 5156 993' 14' .azz 10-23 8-4 .gilt .ff. Q26 6-22 21-3 I5-I2 12-4 2-3 0-18 15-2 .u.. 8-1 "IZ fff' 4553 . .ug 8-li 1.3417 . lo-i2 'Alb 'iii 556 Bla es. 1 1-4 12-'10 Scored by Taft ,,,, Scored against Taft ,,,,, 79 25 73 114 37 54 68 138 "7 34 49 1436 grill 9'3 .4415 .gli 30-2 4-6 6-5 Lili 'Q-Q 8-6 lbli 9'17 20-4 Q 3-6 2-8 7'4 .ilg 5-2 125 82 58 38 I 4l Q 6-2 ll-16 5-IO .gig 1-13 .QL5 .58 61 H-i4 18-Q 5:46 QL.. 4-11 'ilai 'Qllo Qsili 16-3 2 l'5 18-25 IIO 16.1 6-6 7- 'I -I 2?-O 15-4 14-1 5 8-2 23 7-6 iilii 1595 7'3 '4'7 4'7 l77 93 0 so-13 .All 6-11 'Sli l3"4 7-6 9'l5 'Ali .gli 3'4 6-14 86 94 flbembers of the 'Gait Eltbletic Blssociation GEORGE L. EMMONS, President. Louis B. MATTISON, Vice-President VVILSON L. EVRE, Secretary. Arkell Dustin Hanna, C. Peabody Taft Arnstein Earle Hanna, M. Pendleton, Arch. Talbott Beard Ely, D. Hollister Pendleton, Arv. Tavera, A. Benner Ely, R. Holt Platt Tavera, C. Bingham Emmons Hubbard, L. Ranson Townsend, C Bishop Eyre Hubbard, M. Scofield Townsend, E Brooks Fairchild Hunt Sellers VValton Brown Eergusson LaCour Snead Wa1'd Buzzell Gale Lilley, Southey Warriei' Clarkson Gaynor, N. Lilley, T. Stapler VVZIITGII Clay Gaynor, R. Livingston Stevens, E. VVells, A. Cowles Gifford Lyman Stevens, J. VVells, Cunningham Granniss Mattison Strong llvlgglll Deming, Hamann Mills Symington VVilliams Deming, R. Winsloxv 12 1893-94 1894-95 1895-96 1896-97 1897-98 1898-99 1899-00 1900-01 1901-02 1902-03 1903-04 1904-05 Mficers of the PRESIDENT A. C. HARRISON C. W. ANDREWS C. W. ANDREWS C. A. BRAYTON H. S. I'IOTCI-IKISS R. H. TOWNSEND G. LEAR, 2D A. R. LAMB R. D. PATTERSON G. H. BALDWIN D. B. TRUMBULI, T. I. DRIGOS J. M. TOWNSEND, GEO. L. EMMONS Gait Elthletic Elssociation Ffrs! 1FL'7'7lZ Swoiuz' Term T A z'1'rZ Term VICE-PRESIDENT C. GORDON O. H. GUTHRIE S. BELL C. LLOYD IP. H. GUTHRIE llGRA'l'Z DENT C. S. GOODRICI-I H. TAFT Cv. M. BROWN H. F. SPERRY JR. H. W. DUN, JR. L. B. NIATTISON 13 SECRETARY AND TREASURER E. H. TEFFT E. H. TEFFT E. H. TEEET W. H. TOWVNSHEND LEA HUNT LEA HUNT LEA HUNT J. D. PERKINS, JR. D. C. BUNN J. E. DORAN W. TAFT M. G, IWERWIN R. E. SCRAOO WILSON EVRE -WM. TATLOCK J. H. WELCH -A. C. HARRISON -C. A. BRAYTON -R. TOWNSHEND -I. B. LEAR -C. LLOYD G. LEAR Jformer jfootball anb JBaseball Gaptains anb flbanagers from 1891 to 1905 jfootball Cnpfaizzs .fVa11czgers '98-PAUL WELTON -T. S. MCLANE CHARLES SHERXVOOD, JR. , CHARLES SHERNVOOD, JR. ' ,QQ-PAUL WELTON 1900- 1901- I902-VVALTER HART 1903-GUY C. CLEVELAND 1904-L. B. NIATTISON Capfzzivzs -W. BRAYTON L. EMERSON G. PERKINS T. S MAFFITT C. A. BRAYTON -A. H. FARNHAIII -V. H. GUTHRIE -R. TOWNSHEND '98- ,99- 1900- IQOI- 93- Baseball 1. E. MANN PAUL VVELTON PAUL WELTON CHARLES SHERXVOOD 1902-GUY C. CLEVELAND 1903 1904 1905 -GUY C. CLEVELAND -GUY C. CLEVELAND GEO. L. EMMONS ,I WM. TATLOCK A. D. GILLETTE H. W. CHAMBERS -H. S. HOTCHKISS D. XVELCH LORING FARNAM 198 '99 1900 -A. R. LAMB -C. S. GOODRICH G. H. BALDWIN 1901-W. S. TAFT 1902-PERCY W. HOLTER I 903- 1 904- Jllafzagers E. L. BROXVNELL I. H. WELCH A. D. GILLETTE -W. T. TOWNSHEND -H. S. HOTCHKISS PAUL BARNET HENRY B. STODDARD ,99- I. M. TOWNSEND GEO. L. EMMONS J. D. PERKINS, JR. 1900-R. D. PATTERSON 1901-HOWARD TAFT IQO21 GEORGE M. BROWN IQO3-MARCUS G. MERYVIN 1 904' CHARLES D. MILLS 1905-W. H. HUNT, JR. -mw- K , W :i ff ex 5 1 ', M fx' 4'-A., 345 if , 51' E- f fa I he 1 - I M 'I 1 ' - X . :-' f V yr I ,I ,A 5 ,. L 1 Ny' ,Q ' I A Q. 2 ci ml ,, L 1.15, ,gin ff: b -Llfffljfn ' 225: Fx ' 4'-5rE?i'f1'5" wel"-'Im Wy :fps is - ' mea ll, ,mf-f ' .52-321: ':',gf:' 1 vf fig - W "'f1,5'ff1'!: -: . , 'ff '--:' 1" '9 g K fe ' 4. 7.5-4,fy-:a:1.1i', h '41, I ' L 5-ff 1: 1?3T?11"' " : . :Jae , ljffigfyy 31-,.RgQ.ifQ-g?,zj':'. 2' I 725924 552:11 ' " -1' f ' I 3,6-f.-25':.,5,15'V-.11aJ'1I1'ffQ-I-. 1 ff-!'? ' Q-1-?5ff.5::.f'-P??'.' V -fs U W . 'Q V liigii-.'2mwsjg,ff:eg,gf?,3 123243 Q , 4 2 ' . 1: ,. ffl sz, ' 1 .Y 'l1..,.:1'4f'fffL"1f"" 'TT'-1 1-3 'i I. - A ,. 4 1-. 32,35-j 1 1-1.1 ,Ji-YF1ig,1,Q'Z ' 2 .l.'.1 5.7 , iFiajQi57!??fff'f7157i5E: iz" f ,517 ' 5'?Qu:.TEs2Li'figa2j-5- fQ5?lifi3iQ?3fKflQf:7Y Ei' Eff' gfliff'-., fffibil 'r 22.--:wifilariisfrir:-2 'Q' "L 1 'ff--J -'kb 4'-'vff-wS.'fI-,yy Zfrq ' -' f:E4L'e:. if iw Zgiffi-2Y:5.121E ' . 7 ' W f -qw 1 " ig? 2 KN 1 ,, ,. V' igx '- J ,?4 is , ,ffm f f -i f 5-fiizgg. A fizvzgf 'Ls '-429,41 ' 'gif' ,ref-w -411 . 1 2:15 D 1 gix.Qj'-v.- f' A '11, ' N' I ,T .. 75 - . .-' 'SCASLQ' E f whhB9+pI.E,'f IW N ll . ,, w 104' f ra ' .7 , i E. " z' ?' E-. 5: tw LOUIS B. MATTISON CAPTAIN Lcff Emi ARKELL Lffz Hay ARNSTEIN C. TOWNSEND TAFT The jfootball Gieam Rzlgh! Gzzafd PERRY Cenlezf D. ELY Ley? Guard CLARKSON Lrf! Tackle Rzgh! Tackfe MATTISON C. MILLS Qzaarfer Back' BINGHAM Rzlgfhf End J. LILLEY fb!! Back Rzlgbz' ffay' HUNT SANGER 5ub5titl1tQ5 T. LILLEY GEO'jg,fffQ,10NS 16 f 1 TA FT TAFT TA ET TA FT TA FT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TA FT TAFT TAFT if ootball Scores for 1904 Kota! IS NEW HAVEN H. S. ST. PAUIJS QGARDEN NAUCATUCK H. S. YALE SCRUB . BRIDGEPORT H. S. WESTMINSTER ST, PAUL'S CHURCH RIDGE . . HOLBROOK'S GUNNERY . . HOPKINS' GRAMMAR GPPONENTS . CITYJ Seconb Geam OVIDE B. LACOUR, HARVEY T. WARREN, . . H Lay? Guam' Ceuier T. LI LLEY ARCH. PENDLETON Lef! Tackle STAPLER-VVINSLONV Lkn Emi SELLERS Lqf! HaMBa:k GAYNOR M. HANNA Y Quarter-Bark H. WARR EN Hall- Back FAIRCHILD Su bsz'z'fafes WEL LS 19 Capfain Mavzager Rzlghi Guard WILLIAMS Rzlghf Tackle STRONG-LYMAN Rzlglzi End COLTON Riga! Hay-Baci HAMANN LACOUR -x., r I E f hw K A Mg X. xr X A ,M ,A ' Q H , , 1 iw xv-19 .- -"'-fc 4 Qum- A f ., pm W , . 3ff4 Qua1-E ' pi ' zgffi fm. '51 ,Y '7 ' W ffl nf' , -A Q F My ff ,JE 'X 4 -514. 2 fm ' 4 I f"T,f Fw 'Lsar 5 I' . '-:1:::.,:--.,.-' f K A Wa--. . TR -sf. X xii 1 X' :M ' ilii l lw, X .., --ST Emmy, . iw- - 7 "' ' .?i, -1 f dfzfmgax - N --. It :V -3 irkqxsxx Z, X - - K : f ua, x 4 Im' , ,I -Raef 1 .f 1 .. A, K. Dx f 1 N 'wk Ni x' ,A QF ZX A-QS ' '- ' k mf- - ---154' ' ' N X :.: -5 ,JM " 1- J Q WN Nu SHERMAN H. PERRY CAPTAIN SELLERS Uibe 'klochey Seam f Forwards PERRY E DEMING BINGHAM HUNT C'az'e1' Pain! J LILLEY ' Pain! EMNIONS Goals ALLERTON gubgtitute PENDLETON 22 GEO. L. EM MONS MANAGER 7 N TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAET TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFF Tbockey Scores CNHI 24 WATERBURY H. S. HARTFORD H. S. LITCHFIELD . SPRINGFIELD H. 5. NEW HAVEN H. S. YALE FRESI-IMEN WATERTOWN VVESTMINSTER LFTCHFIELD . TRlNHW'FRESHMEN GUNNERY . OPPONENTS Seconb 1bocheQ Ream CLARK ARKELL . Cajbiaivz CAMPBELL TOWNSEND . . flkmager A F07'ZU6Z7'0lS ARKELL BENNER PENDLETON TAYLOR Rover C. PENDLETON Cover Pain! M ATTISO N Pain! CLARKSON Goa! WARREN 511b5fitllf65 TATE E. TOVVNSEND 25 ff XS-7 ' 'QT ! Q V , A rr I' sl X lfxklfgk N X' X Sf f SP1 'EVM T17 , Fifi vw ,N 1,0- YXX J :f ix Q WXQ, N! Wa N, Z' -fa fi? WW? n ld 2-M :H I' T uw 43: 7. pg , QM g , iw W, xgg ry X 114' X m .X 3 2 cw if K af s v ! f -5 w 1 X. y 9 Y ., M I, x. 1 4' Q-' -ic, '4 H'fl'llf., " i5'? .,L: V- .FL 'N ff g,,'e1 v.:r5'?fjja5i4Z:g-4450-.:, . ,F :fuk -,fs-: f5'3g'f'3f:p?g 7wLfj.1.35.a X . .. ,, ...- . ,f Y! 1 . Q 11:.5gfj' f5J:- .1-7 fizsy, f . 1"7e'f, f ' cz---yf '. 2 4 ,'f ffm5a1.syL.1.. S 15215-I '- ' X .w.4:fjv'ff, - '. . ' 'ff' " W X91 . 1 ,QQ Eg-gif? 1 lm.: , . Kwsflzf 535.9-. , f-::-Ava, in-ex Ybif-, B N - '1E4"f":- ::fT1Tilrw"?,-. " 15. g4l-5'.v-V- - 5 F -KR"5vj21f4" K f ,mf .. .- .ng N' 'lE:ZL!EEivf':::51q:Er 1' 1453-i5qeQ1iff1,,,-f.-5, ,. ' tl .U--if Wai f" clrf---sf-'iff Y 'X"f- ' Qfjzzg- QF-f.""'if,42'Qv',prT7fi K X 1- ,A gpg, -X w ay' . ,L -X :gf if -c, .. .E' , Aw wx .fx A, 5.51-, S 1 ":,.1Qfv' f V : W ' Q . A , 2 ' 'fave L' if '. N7 ' -J i .X -. 1 'J I NN S,-' ?q . R -. If X. X 3' W if , ,u - 'GTX . .x 1, Q ' X ff' 'KX . - - -' 1 'N W.. N , ,-...z- 39142 35,11 it ' fi A f' Q yy Q. Ehe 5BasebaII Geam MATTISON Pifmef BINGHAM Third Base BENNER Calchcf R. DEMING Sha1'!Si0p HYDE Fz'1's!L'ase T. LILLEY LW Fzefa' EMMONS Sefond Base f PENDLETON Cmlc 1' Field GEO. L, mzmoxs lSANGER C,u'TA1N ARKELL Rzlghl field Substitutes FAIRCI-IILD LYMAN W. H. HUNT, JR. IUANAGER 28 TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT TAFT 9 9 6 5 7 4 27 '7 2 4 13 20 O 5 10 9 15 14 166 Kota! 30 Baseball Scores for 1905 XNATERBURY Y.M.C.A. BOOTH . YALEIQQ STAMFORD H.S BR1DGEPORT H.S YALEPRESHMEN SUFFIELD MACKENZHE GUNNERY BETTSACADEMY HOPKINS'G.S WATERTOWN SDPAUDSQGARD ALUMNI . HOLBROOKS NAUGATUCK H.S RJDGESCHOOL XNESTMINSTER OPPONENTS EN CITYJ Seconb Baseball Geam VVILSON EYRE A . HARVEY T. WARREN Zibe Ceann W.' EYRE, Second Balve HUNT, J. LILLEY, H-mf Base SANGER, EA1Rc:H1LD PZ-my WARREN, LYMAN, Cafaher LACOUR, TATE, Rzlghl Field Subetitutes TAYLOR SELLERS GAYNOR 3I CajJz'az'n flhzzrzger E Cenler Edd Leff Field Shan' Sfop 17'hz'rd Bzzsc Urach Uieam PEABODY MILLS FAIRCHILD SEl.l,liRS V R. ELY STRONG A. XWELLS HUGO ARNSTEIN CAPTAIN J. WELLS J. LILLEY COLTON ARNSTEIN HAMANN Score TAFT T. T. . 20 VVESTMINSTER T. T. . 16 GEO'1fg,fffQfONS 32 I ! -I' S+ , , .. . :::y.:.g,Q,w, . ..-:yu ., " . ,. f X f -vw' me f- - ,- N V ., M22 MA A' , ' ' ik Q. - ,, :,-Ev" A' Wmlkss' ' ' f ,- -1, ?'T1.,14. 'Q 4216: f :GSX 'ga ..,, f 3' W f - 1-iggify "M -i?. fJfIQ f 'V ' i 4 .u i .1 , . Q' Y 6 Fl jf : W fm Q Glce i Jvwvcc 1 N Gx bs X X Q' U LX Che CEIee anb Illbanbolin Glubs BINGI-IAM . Leader qf Me flfandolivz MATTISON . Leader Q' Me Glee Club WARD . . . . Mafzagcr G3lee Glub Firsf Tenoffs PEABODY LEWIS MATTISON FAIRCHILD Second 7-'L'1I07'S TAFT HULL HUNT Fzkvf Basses D. ELY WELLS FERGUSSON Sfcomz' Basses SANGER GIFFORD STAPLER DEMING flDEiI1DOIiI1 Club flfczrzdolius EMMONS R. ELY GAYNOR SCOFIELD PLATT ALLERTON Banjo-flfafzdofzh-BINGHAM Gzzzlam'-WARD, MR. DERWIN Bmybs-GIFFORD FERGUSSON 38 Club 1 f i kHcdLE,f,NviyQ,,,. J H 1, I V If-,,,: 3- V, ,V A ., , 1 ,L -0 -.vffzff eh f Y ' - ' - . 'A ' ' 1' M,-,,,,,.,'1-14,.,.- ,,,.,, -,..,,,-- .. . . - 2 f- f - ' ' A H ' wx A ? Q 2 Q QQ W mule? ,I C. I 4 Q6 f f 1 'Z-TA 4 'dll' gg J " Ebe Uwe JBu55a1:bs " IDPZBZIIICD by Ebe Gait Eramatic Gllub GHS! MR. BUZZARD . . . . MR. GLIMMER ....... SALLY ..D. ELY . . . TAFT JOHN SMALL ......... . NVARREN MISS LUCRETIA BUZZARD . . . . IIOLLISTER ,. . .HAMANN GOl1ll'llift6C D. ELY HUNT TAFT 42 I flbibble Club llblaxg "1be lies like truth." MR. RATTLER .... ..,.......... . 'STAPLER MR. TRUEPENNY ..... .... D EMING SIR CHARLES MANLEY . . . . WINSLOW MR. CLINCHER ..... . .WIGGIN PRISCILLA . . . . . HALL HARRIET . . ...... .... P LATT SERVANT . . ........ . . WARNER GOl'lll1li1If66 STAPLER E, TOWNSEND HULL lower flbnbble anb 3umor Club llblay I "Emil jfoolaf' DUNBROWNE . . . . . . . .S . E. STEVENS JOSEPH SMITH . . ...... . . N. GAYNOR JAMES SMITH ...... . . . .... ........ J . STEVENS GOIIITIIITTCC LACOUR VVIGGIN 44 mbaring GZIub E Q Q MR. TAFT Presizievzt members BINGHAM FERGUSSON SELLERS COLTON HAMANN SNEAD R. DEMING HUNT SOUTHEY D. ELY J. LILLEY TAFT R. ELY LYMAN C. TOVVNSEND EMMONS MATTISON WARREN EYRE J. WELLS 45 C,I1e,ss C 2122 . hwy .I 'L ."- ' 'S -V - 1- 'ef 3. 'jg .1 -'T ha ' w zfqtf' :gil-I - I. ww .vw . ., .,.'. -A Qimfgsf 5192A N xx 4 l 6 .1 P Q " f -Qc-f 6 a 9 ff' 1 Nye . I., .3 ' " 4 , . 'ffi4?f., f if , A ' aff N '-', m , QF 'f, 5' Q. 7 I-"'W'?'f'fg I' A lj .5 1 if 2 . A. Ifkiiq wk- H W fm? 'WI ,Qf fa y JJTH' 'f YIlNXF1Q.. H w"Fy'li47f' -"'11'f'-.L . -'.-5 3 5. f '.fN7 ,237 X- -Agar Q- 1.g.f'y' I, Wif.f?4 'L I '." L" PHT- I 11' 'im G X I ,-.. , " 1 '.' I- '1 5 I' . '.',1z1'f-'K7' 'O ,., ' J. -1 u 'i' .:w74ZTj, . .-'N-:LQ 'TT' j 45.53. ,-,V fl .5 f 41 ...f MR. DUTCHER, President. R. TAFT, Secretary. MR. CUNNINGHAM BUZZELL HOLLISTER SNEAD MR. MORTON t COLTON I-IOLT TAFT ARNSTEIN CUNNINGI-IAM M. HUBBARD A. TAVERA BEARD EARLE HULL C. TAVERA BIERSTADT GRANNISS LACOUR WALTON BISHOP N. GAYNOR LIVINGSTON WARD P-ROVVN HAMANN RANSOM WIGGIN V VUBLXCRTIUNS Gbe Gait Hnnual VOLUME XII GEORGE L. EMMONS, Clzairvfzzm YV. H. HUNT, IR., Business Mafzagef' CHARLES F. MILLS N the June of 1894, four years after the founding of the school, THE ANNUAL made its first appearance, and, considering the short time in which it was prepared, was a great success. The First volume was bound in paper and contained only thirty-nine pages in all. From that time THE ANNUAL has increased in size and importance until now it is one of the established organizations of the school. THE ANNUAL is not intended as a literary masterpiece, but as a short record of the important events of the year, and announcements of clubs, athletic teams, etc., and a history of the school, and Senior Class. The editors and managers of the past eleven volumes have been as follows: Editors 1894 C. W. ANDREWS Editors 1895 R. HooIcER Editors 1896 H. S. HoTcHKIss H. S. HOTCHKISS E. T. TEEET LEA HUNT E- T- TEFFT DEAN WELCH BIlSZ'7lES5 jlQlWHgE7'S Bzzsiness Jlfarzzzgcrs H. M. BRANCH H. S. HOTCHKISS T. S. NIAFFITT H. W. CHAMBERS D. B. DEMING S. MCL. BUCKINGI-IAM Editors 1899 Editors 1900 Editors 1901 Editors 1902 D. PERKINS, JR. R. D. PATTERSON GEO. H. BALDWIN J. D. COMER A R. LAMB C. S. GOODRICH R.R.CHAIxIIzERLAIN T. I. DRIGGS R D. PATTERSON S. A. BUNN J. D. COMER A. L. RISLEY Buszkzers Jllzzrznger Bl!SZ'lZE55 AQZIIUKQEV Buszbzess Mafzager Bzzsinesr Illazzfzger C E. WINTON GEo. H. BALDWIN R. E. ALLING P. W. HOLTER 48 Editors 1897 DEAN XVELCH STIRLING BELL LEA HUNT- R. A. IYTCTLHENNY ' Editors 1903 T. I. DRIGGS P. W. HOLTER H. VV. DUN, JR. J.lVI.TOXVNSEND,.lR. Bzm'1zes.s' Zlfamzger' Editors 1898 LEA HUNT H. B. STODDARD I. D. PERKINS, JR Editors 1904 J.ll'l.TOXVNSEND,-IR. W. H. HUNT GEO. L. EMIIIONS Business Illazzzzger H. W. DUN, JR. , 1 A c4'e xX N 'X J" . V' fa , '31 ,, , U5-2 A ' EQH - . 9? QQ MWIMW Ns., 1 YW X K X s . 10 THE 'PYRLW . vox... xo 1 - .v,.TEizTowN, cohx, DlECEi.lBl5R 1. iso. Pniru F... csh.s me hhsvsh. .mrlsrhor1lprid:.Iic sn..,- h.-ing .is. ..n.1...s.-.hh hh-.sh-...shsh h..s.s..... ...sn ...has .h...s vs.-y gh... ghin.. -- rsn.nn.i .ii.hh..h.-h..his.sh.n hh.. whsi. nnd ...n, ...iss .nhfs .hhn h hh. hhhiiy ihs. .hs hhii .h Th.. hh wi... .hs gnins hgs.i..s. Upson h.. his school. ii..is ...ids i.. nn sisss.. llinl hh. hhhfhs. n..si.i..gi.hh. .hsh s....as.. 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As .hs hhii wnsnhh... .h he pn. in ...hy ngnin ...ns ...ns shiissi, chnsishsihg that .his...ns .hs hrs. gh.nshn.1 Lhh. is sninsh hh... hi' .hs .i...s, .hs .shsh hi.. .-s.,f ....-ii. Ths ghn.. ...ns .sfssssd by hi. 1... iih.,....h hi. Roscoe n..h..shh hi h..shni.. ...... hnss.nnn Ti.. ...h ..h.ns wins.. hp ns rhi lows. U.. ssshsh... s. 25Q'j""'-L'f"- s . ,.....hs........ g3g5gpgg-- . s. ........ ..... X ..L..Ti' - S LM h....... s. ish... L s ....h. s.....,... hs... oii. .. h. nhvns, Fnrnhnm Q... Frrnrh Bvrlcinghnm an N U Blnrkmmn nhsis . s. 1,hh.si.h.h.. h........ . h, shi., sh.. TAFT 1. NGPKINS 7, wssihssdhi. October xT.h, .hs sisvsn pin,-sh s.h......ns Sch ..-i.h .hs i.h..i..ns ool of Nuv Hnvcn. cl ch... nh shinplqhs Owing to the fa .-ssh..-i hi .his gh...s .vns usp. ws nfs ......his .h .sh hhy n.h.s .hhn merely comment on it. T..sg.....s ..-..ss....s...s.sih.s..s.. ing nnd s...hh.-r..i,. sh...ss.sd by both sides, The points wuz' scorcd uhiy hl.s.- .hs g-s.:..s:. sxsnihn Lcoewirfugvgax Sn ...cal ...yor mkc uxvnv from its glufyi gn A lumhku- Here the Ansouia Yi i M517 TIT? .h - -: , .gf-ss . Y I , CY Y I' '144 ID : s, 1' . 'Q X in 5 ' LIL: ss, VQfJ55Y.5'iCE'... .wscgfis sa. . f Gbe llbapigrus VOLUME XI GEO. L. EMMoNs, Clzairazzzm HARVEY T. WARREN Wi1.soN EYRE D. I. ELY, Buszbzers Ilfazzager HE Papyrus was founded in December, 1894, and has since then made its appearance every other week during the school year. The "White Caps" originally conceived the idea, and with one exception they comprised the first Editorial Board. The following made up that board: A. D. Gillette, Chairman, C. W. Andrews, W. T. Townshend, Richard Hooker, Associate Editors, H. VV. Chambers, Business Manager. The paper consists of four pages, and has somewhat the appearance of " The Yale News.l' The Papyrus, which is devoted to matters of town interest as well as mere school items, is strictly a news- paper, and adheres strictly to the policy of receiving only such matter as would appear in such a publication. So far it has proved itself worthy to represent the school, and has been most favorably received everywhere. The Chairmen and Managers of the past eleven volumes have been as follows: Ch0Z.7'1JZE7L Ma1zage1's I8944395 A. D. GILLETTE I-I. W. CHAMBERS ,895-,896 XV. T. TOWNSI-IEND H- S. HOTCHKISS F. W. CHISHOLM 1896-1897 QI. W. PERRY O. VV. WHITE 1897-1898 LEA HUNT L. FARNHAM 1898-1899 A. R. LAMB I. D. PERKINS, IR. 1899-19oo C. S. GOODRICH B. M. XVARREN 1900-1901 J. E. DORAN W. S. TAFT 1901-1902 D. B. TRUMBULL W. S. TAFT 1902-1903 C. D. MILLS E. K. GILLETT 1903,-1904 J. M. TQWNSEND, JR. C. D. MILLS 1904-1905 GEO. L. EMMONS D. I. ELY 52 XR? . x ' . 5'?A?P0NX " HL'-'GMI "AH QQ 1 1 M XVI.-' R ' Qi' I I - r KS ' xix ' I, ,I F XF F. ,JI 'x , 'A , X ', xii If A-M 1,-gg ,ful if N i , .J ak Q1 -mhx S Z .U CQ! EA! Z NX'fv'E. 1. w ,.- 5 if X SQ X, X -W 1 Q 'K -,f 1 f f 21 Q L H1 if , a -'f 4- if - , -.-- -f--6' V Z ' 1 A If ,.,, f' ,-JW! f 43 , Q51 V M, .. J f y ,X '.:,L,f5.1E--g4- A 7 1 ,jj fl f-fa, 4, .'iug3ggig'45ggj,a' iiggggf H551 1-2:"""E' GX L- 5 'Px Q7 tl E-1-ik! x Q f - , ,,, .11-fn? J . -- kr fix r ' g , 1 Z 'A .LW 'fi'-E. 'Tfiff' -f?f441w Zllaft Seniors GEORGE L. EMMONS P1'e51'dg7z1f LO'UIS B. MATTISON V216-f'7'65z'a'e7zf VVILSON l... EYRE Sgcrglgzgf HUGO ARNSTEIN-"-Boodle," New York City. Yale. Three years in school. Football Team 'o4g Chess Club '03, '04, '05, t0u1'11amentyvinne1' '04, '055 Chairman Trophy Room Committee '05, Second Base- ball team 'o4g Captain Track Team 'o5g Baseball Dance Committee '05, ROGER BALDWIN COLTON-"Nigger," Campbellsville, Ky. S. S. S. Two years in school. Chess Club '04, 'o5g Dramatic Club '04g Second Football Team '04g winner of second prize in oratoryg win- ner of second prize in chess tournament '05g winner of geometry prize '05. DAVID JAY ELY-"Goog0o," New York City. Yale. Five years in school. Football Team '03, '04, ' Papyrus '04, Business Manager '05g Glee Club '053 Dramatic Club '04, '05g Dramatic Committee '04, '05g Class Orator 'o4g Baseball Dance Committee '05. GEORGE LEWIS EMMONS-"Dog," Schenectady, N. Y. S. S. S. Three years in school. President of class of '05g President of T. A. A.g Manager of Football Team '04g Hockey Team '05g Manager of Hockey Team 'o5g Baseball Team '04, Captain '05, Pajbyrns Board '04, Chairman '05g Annual Board '04, Chairman 'o5g Glee Club '03, '04, Mandolin Club '05g Dramatic Club '04g Football Dance Committee '03, Chairman '04g Manager Track Team '05. VVILSON LEAR EYRE-"Skinny," New York City. Yale. Five years in school. PtWJ'l'7lS '04, '05g Secretary T. A. A., Secretary of Class of '05, Dramatic Club '04, Second Baseball Team '04, Cap- tain 'o5g winner of first prize in oratoryg Chairman Tennis Committee '05g Class Orator '05. BURDON HYDE-"Don," Waterbury, Conn. S. S. S. Four years in school. Dance Committee '045 Baseball Team '05, JOHN LILLEY-"jack," VVaterbury, Conn. Four years in school. Football Team '02, '04, Hockey Team 'o5g Second Baseball Team '05, Track Team '05. 54 ......-4, mW4,a 'V' 1 ' LZ' 30 5,1 .-- 1 LOUIS BRUCE MATTISON-"Mat," South Shaftsbury, Vt. S. S. S. Two years in school. Vice-pres- ident T. A. A., Vice-president of Class of '05, Football Team '03, Captain '04, Second Hockey Team '04, '05, Baseball Team '04, '05, Leader Glee Club, '04, '05, Dance Committee '04, EDWIN LEWIS SCOFIELD, JR.-" Ye Devil," Stamford, Conn. Yale. One year in school. Mandolin Club '05, Tennis Committee 'o5. RUSSELL WHEELER STRONG-"Wathel," Setauket, L. I. S. S. S. Three years in school. Second Football Team '03, '04, Track Team '05, WILLIS MITCHELL TATE-"Snipe," Waterbury, Conn. VVesleyan. Four years in school. Second Hockey Team '04, Second Baseball Team 'o5. WARREN LELAND WARD-'WVar," Port Chester, N. Y. S. S. S. Three years in school. Tennis Committe '05, Mandolin Club '02, '03, '05, Glee Club '05, Chess Club, Baseball Dance Committee 'o5. JOHN HAZARD VVELLS-"Monk," Kingston, R. I. Brown. Four years in school. Second Football Team '04, Mandolin Club '03, Glee Club '04, '05, Tennis Committee '05, Trophy Room Committee '05, Track Team 'o5. 56 Senior Glass Statistics Average age, I8 years I month Heaviest, 170 pounds Average weight, 145 pounds Lightest, 110 pounds Average height, 5 feet 9 inches Tallest, 6 feet 3 inches Oldest, 20 years Shortest, 5 feet 4 inches Youngest 16 years Done most for School . Besl blujer Besz' dressed Besz' afblefe Besl fzalured man Class Rube Class grim! Class sfmff Class baby Class Crank lllosi laafylike . M0stpzzgnaez'01zs Ilfosf generous Mosi awkward flies! graceful EMMONS . j.LILLEY HYDE . MATTISON EMMDNS STRONG WELLS HYDE EYRE CoLToN . scoF1ELD . WARD . ARNSTEIN . CDLTON . . EYRE and MATTISON Moszf modesl llfosz' popular . Mos! engaged man Wz'1za'z'esl . Laziesz' . VWll1'esz' . Slouebiesl '. Hafzdsollzesf Tbzbmesl Faffesl . Grealeslflsser . Would-befzsser . Grourbzesl . Cbeekiesl . TATE EMMONS EMMONS LILLEY COLTON WARD CQLTON MATTISON SCOFIELD . RLY . HYDE STRONG COLTON EYRI2 f-. X ' N 'gi . TESL' , Q.: Boomrjig-a-Boom Boom-jig-a-Boom Boom-jig-a-rig-jig Boom, Boom Boom Rip, ray, rah ! Ripg ray, rah! T-a-f-t, Rah, Rah, Rah I Taft, Taft, Taft Boom-ta-rah-rah Boom-Boom, Taft Rah, Rah, Rah,-Rah, Rah, Rah,-Rah, Rah, Rah, Taft Whoo, rah, ray Wflo, rah, ray Ray, Ray, Ray, Ah-a-21-a-Taft Boom-ta-rah-Yah, Boom-Boom-Taft School QOIOBE-Dark red and navy blue. 58 KIM BEV GOO-GOO VVAR SCHNEIDER NIGGER ARNIE MAT DOG KITTEN MONKEY HEN THE RAT KANGAROO EAEOON APE GAY PIG GAY BIRD RING BISH SKINNY CUPID TEETRIGK5 IOCK COON ARK BOODLE EOE FAIRY DUTCH HANK WINNIE TATERS O WEE ONE HEFTY WAGON FLODA DRITCH ACI-I GIFF WATHEL KIFOON CANAIGHARIE STICK I MES WIIIIIIIIJMI -,- PLITZEN CUNNIE BILL LAC CLARKELL TOITY RED TWEEDLEDUM LIVY SISTER TWEEDLEDEE BLACK MAN "H" HIRPIE SI-IENIE LADY EMMA IUDY TABBY SLOPPY RUSTY BABE FAT SI-IEP SCANDY BIERIE TXVEEDY EDWIN the DEVIL 59 FATHIIYG WOMAN 'WI-IISKERS RED TOP BAD EGG JOHN T MICKIE CI-IATTIQR Rox RED CUIJID Tbistomz ot the School HE TAFT SCHOOL was founded by Mr. Horace D. Taft, in the fall of 1890, in the village of Pelham Manor, WCSfCll65t61' County, New York. Mr. Taft had graduated from Yale in the Class of '83, and prior to theopening of the school had spent several years as a member of the Yale faculty. The first year of its existence the school was naturally very small, there being in all but seventeen fellows and three masters. These were quartered about in several neighboring cottages. In so small a school it was of course practically impossible to have any regular athletic teams. Nevertheless attempts were made, both in football and baseball, and the foundation for a strong school spirit was laid. Close by, too, was the Sound, and sailing, fishing and swimming were pastimes much enjoyed. The removal to Watertown, Connecticut, in the fall of 1893, opened a new era in the history of the school, and one most worthy of note. In many respects the Warren House is an ideal building for such a school as this, and it has afforded many comforts unknown at Pelham Manor. VVatertown, likewise, is a spot naturally suited to the requirements of such an institution. A quiet country village situated among the southernmost ridges of the Berkshire Hills, its very secludedness has helped to promote the best interests of the school. Athletics in various branches now became thoroughly organized, and since then teams from many other schools have been met time and again, defeat being theirs far more often than victory. A feeling of pride in the school has been consequently developed, which time, we trust, will but serve to intensify. Since its foundation the school has grown steadily, and there is every reason to believe that it will still continue to do so. Alterations in the building have been made from time to time, until at present it is as nearly adapted to its purpose as can be desired, and accommodates with ease seventy boarding scholars. 60 It is needless to mention here the present flourishing condition of The Papyrus and THE ANNUAL. The former has kept up its successful standard of last year, while as to the merits of the latter the reader may judge kn'hhnseH. The most pleasant relations have always existed between the school and the townspeople, and we take pleasure in being able to say that they still remain uncl1anged. We cannot, therefore, permit this opportunity to slip by without once n10re extending t0 our friends in Watertown our heartiest thanks for their kindness and hospitality. 0 COMPARATHHEGROWTHCHTTHESCHOOL I YEAR NO or STUDENTS NO. OF MASTERS 1890-1891 1891-1892 1892-1893 1893 1894 1394-1395 1895 1896 1896-1897 1897-1898 1898-1899 1899-1900 1900-1901 1901-1902 1902-1905 T903-1904 1994-1905 September September September September of foot September September September 1Recorb of the 1l2ear 13. School opened with thirty-four new scholars. 14. Monitors appointed. ' - 15. Football practice begun. ' 16. T. A. A. meeting: Hunt elected manager of baseball team: Bingham elected assistant manager ball team: football policemen appointed: tennis committee appointed. 20. Senior class elected officers: Emmons president, Mattison vice-president, Eyre secretary. 22. Second Team meeting: C. Townsend elected captain: Wa1'ren elected manager. 25. Training table started. A U ' September 26. Upper Middle Class elects officers: Bingham president, Mills vice-president, Hunt secretary - and treasurer. September 28. Football: Taft o, New Haven H. S. o. October 1. Football: Taft o, St. Paul's II. October 2. Football: Taft 22, Naugatuck o. October 5. Library monitors appointed. October 6. Glee Club rehearsals begun. October 8. Football: Taft o, Yale Scrub o. October Io. Second Team elects LaCour captain. October 12. Football: Taft 8, Bridgeport H. S. o. October 15. Football: Taft o, VVestminster 29. October 19. Football: Taft o, St. Paul's Church 6. October 22. Football: Taft 11, Ridge School o. 62 November November November November November December December December December December 7 1 15 16. 13 3 9 IO I2 2I O. I October 24. Football: Taft Second Io, VVestminster Second 5. October 29. Football: Taft 11, Holbrook 5. November 5. Football: Taft II, Gunnery II. , Football: Taft Third 39, Gunnery Third o. Chess Club started. ' Gymnasium Classes begun. Mandolin Club begun. Football Dance committee appointed. Hockey practice begun. Football Dance. Football picture taken.. Sanger elected captain of Football Team for 1905. Christmas vacation begun. January 4. VVinter term begins with two new scholars. january 12. T. A. A. meeting: Bingham elected manager of IQOS Football Team: Mills elected assistant manager of Baseball Team for IQOSQ hockey policemen appointed. January 18. Debate: Resolved, that the American people were wise in preferring Theodore Roosevelt to Alton B. Parker. Decided in favor of the affirmative. january 19. Hockey: Taft 15, Waterbu1'y H. S. o. january 20. Debate. Resolved, that the cities should own their own transportation lines, Waterworks and lighting plants. Decided in favor of the affirmative. january 22. january 23. January 27. january 28. February February February 2. 3. 4. Speaking Hockey: Speaking Hockey: Hockey Debate: Hockey: before the School. Taft 4, Litchfield o. before the School. Taft 4, Springfield H. S. o. : Taft 2, New Haven H. S. o. Resolved, that the jury system should be abolished. Decided in favor of the negative Taft 2, Yale Freshmen 1. 63 February February February February February February February February February February February February March I March 2 lVlarch March March March IO I2 15 4. 6 IO I2 13 I5 16 17 18 20 2I 22 25 . Hockey: Taft Second 3, Brass City o. Speaking before the School. . Mr. joline gives a talk on Japan. . Hockey: Taft 11, Watertown o. . Kettle drum supper at the Town Hall. . Hockey: Taft II, Westminster 1. . Speaking before the School. . A stereopticonilecture on japan by lVlr. Stokes. . Hockey: Taft 9, Litchheld o. . Hockey: Taft 6, Trinity Freshmen o. . Hockey: Taft 14, Gunnery o. The School play, " The Two Buzzards," at the Town Hall. Baseball candidates were called out by Captain Emmons. Monologue on "The Rivalsf' at the Town Hall. Lecture on Student Life by Mr. Reed. Hockey picture taken, Perry elected captain for IQO5. A talk on " Colonial Days in Virginia," by lVlr. Warren. Debate: Resolved, that Canada would be benefitted by annexation to the United States. The question was decided in favor of the negative. March 18. Debate: Resolved, that a tariff for revenue only would be more beneficial to the United States than the present tariff The judges decided in favor of the negative. March 2o. Speaking before the School. The contest was won by Wilson Eyre. March 23. Spring vacation begun. April 5. Vacation ended. April 6. T1'HCk practice begins. April 15. T. A. A. meeting: Bingham elected manager of 19o5 Hockey Team, Emmons elected manager of Track Team for 1905. Baseball policemen appointed. April 22. Baseball: Taft 9, Waterbury Y. M. C. A. 5. 64 I April 24. Mr. Klimpke gives a talk in the school ioom on Paris April 26. Baseball: Taft 8, Booth 3. April 29. Baseball: Taft 6, Yale Seniors 6. May May May May May May May May May May May May May june june June June Baseball: Taft 5, Stamford H. S. 4. Baseball: Taft 7, Bridgeport H. S. I. Baseball: Taft 4, Yale Freshmen IO. Baseball: Taft 26, Suflield 7. Concert in the Town Hall. Baseball: Taft 7, Mackenzie 6. Second Team elects Eyre captain and Warren manager Baseball Baseball : Baseball : Baseball : Baseball Glee and Baseball : Baseball : Baseball : Taft 2, Gunnery 4. Taft 4, Betts 3. Taft 14, Hopkins Grammar Taft 20, Vlfatertoifvn 13. Taft Second I4, Faculty 9. Mandolin Club concert. Taft o, St. Pau1's School 5 Taft ro, Holbrook 4. Taft 9, Naugatuck 5. Track Team wins VVestminster meet, 20-I6 Baseball: Taft I4, Vxfestminster 3. 13 in l , mink: f we-Hia 'IF '-'Sf 'gg .L L W W !! YN Ya L ai m X X 1 I L QQSW L A We 'lf a L 1 ,. 1 .. - '4 ff ' C E 5 93 fr yoorballmance Gommittee J 5 G. L, EMMONS L. B. MATTISON 3 5 " E B. P. HYDE C. F. MILLS 5335- Y If 'f I ?' :Baseball Dance Glommittee HUGO ARNSTEIN W. VVARD D. J. ELY 66 r H vhs!! ,, NHZQK XT , ,7 6 va? 5 "' 'W MM ,MMA fd f U A ' , 1 W' If '--.-Q... -, . . p..:..L. M -Q - 'HE A ! . i I 451531: ,NYY - , - FUNUS 1- i .-., --Q.. N A ,4-l Z ,.x.4::,- l pleats l SYMINGTON-I am very fond of the company of ladies. R. DEMING-The world knows nothing of its greatest man. FAIRCHILD-Believes in love at first sight, second sight, and every time he gets a sight of anything feminine BENNER-He once posed as a street lamp. LYMAN-Sell him a gold brick! ARKELL-Spends his time in answering correspondents who advertise in the papers-Qobject?j FAIRCHILD--Manufactures torments on the piano. MR. DUTCHER-It is a legend that he once found the value of Q-1- but forgot it, BIERSTADT-Nature might stand up and say before the world, "This is a manfl MARK HANNA-Wliat the girls call an " E, Z. Marlcf' C. MILLS-Blacker than a splash of ink. TAFT-At times he shows almost human intelligence. ' ix D. G. SULLIVAN ' PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST WATERTOYVN, CONN. 1905 We are Sole Agents for Vinol, Rexall Remedies, Apollo Chocolates, Huyler's Specialties, Eastman Koclaks, Water- man's Ideal Fountain Pens, and W. D. C. Paper Prescriptions promptly and accurately com- pounded. Your patronage always appreciated X .di Grinbs WATERTOWN-Distance lends enchantment. PAPYRUS-Quantity, not quality. My only books are XVO1ll6ll,S looks. SCOFIELD-A bold, had man. STRONG-He cometh to you with strange Fish tatijlfejs. MATTISON-Language undeiilecl ne'er passed his lips. J. VVELLS-Lord! what a student. C. HANNA-He was a youth of unbounded stomach. SNEAD-Crossed with adversity am l. WARREN-A man condemned to bear The public burden of a nation's care. .HEMINWAY at soNs SILK Co SUBLIIVIE QUALITY SPOOL SILK Button Hole Twist. 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JUDD, .... nfnnagef NOW OPEN Comparing favorably with the best modern houses in New York and Boston V53 .29 FIREPROOF. 70ROOMS WITH BATH ACCOM- MODATIONS FOR 300 Beautifully located, facing the famous "Green" and surrounded by large and Well kept private grounds Szzperb D1'ive5...Benu!MuZ Srefzefjf The Patronage of SUMMER TOURISTS and AUTOMOBILE PARTIES Solicited xii eminway ck Bartlett Silk Co. 'V7'.A.'I'IEI.E.'I'O'VV'JN', CONN- SPECIAL SILKS FOR NIA-NU' migfgi' Spool Silk, Machine and Button FACTURERS' T0 ORDER I-lole Twist, Art Embroidery, Crochet and Knitting Silks -+sALEsRooivis--7- t7'23ElII'5ff,5.ffEet WWQEIEJSESOUSI I 1 N F A 5 T C o L o R 5 Delicious Soda ' IA 'il xgi5s.d5,, A V OX. ' 'S 0 my DRAWN BY EXPERTS FROIVI AN ABSOLUTELY SANITARY FOUNTAIN IS WHAT WE SERVE YOU. GIVE US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED TI-IAT WE ARE WORLD BEATERS I I 1 I APOTHECARIES HALL CO. r FINE PHGTOGRAPI-IIC WORK PICTURE FRAMING Amateur Photographic Outfits if NN P RW! -fmsu'-'zfuJZr ADT'S ART GALLERY xiv Grinbs R, TAFT-Let us have wine and women, mirth and laughter, Sermons and soda water the day after. FERGUSSON-Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace, is counted wise. W. EYRE-Behold the child, by natures' kindly law, Pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw. I pity bashiul men who feel the pain of fancied scorn. ST. MARGARET'S SCHOOL-" Babes in Toyland." 7.oo to 7.25 A. M.-Time elaborately thrown away. D. ELY-For l am nothing if not critical. C. TOWNSEND-l never did repent for doing good, nor shall not now. PACH BROTHERS Gollege Glass lpbotograpbem Dr. Edmund Janes Abbott Dentist 935 BROADWAY Also Windsor Arcade, 5th Ave., 24 West Main Street 46th and 47th Streets, Opposite Hotel Elton NEW YORK Waterbury XV ERNEST N. zerorere BARBER Sl-IAVING AND HAIRCUT- TING eb' RAZORS HONED E. WMO fer D115 Q , 21 Bank Slffeei, Wfaielfb zz ry, C' 07211 ecfzkm' Shop at tl e old sta cl ear depot Watertown, C n 7646200118 530 F . N. BARTON Retail Butcher Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries and Gen- eral Merchandise ..... Jones' Flour a Specialty XVI Grinbs THE MASTER IN CHARGE-Noiseless as fear in a wide wilderness. HUNT-VVhat I have been taught I have forgotteng what I know I have guessed. WARREN-Not to know me argues yourselves unknown. FACULTY MEETING-When more is meant than meets the ear. ARV' PENDLETON The oracles are dumb. TALBOTT CARL HANNA-The little minister. J. WELLS SCOFIELD Ye devils! ARNSTEIN M. E. BRAHEN Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Tefephofze Z.7Z Ofre and Hozzse I-IACKS FURNISHED FGR FUN- ERALS, VVEDDINGS, STATION Etc. FURNITURE AND P MOVING. Also Gwzenz! Tv' IANO ZLL'kZ'7ZSf xvii Iii lil : LS, Boys Boys' Boys' B I oys No matter how big or Q Q clothing furnishings h ats shoes 15 .21 oldlthe boy may be We send by mail ROGERS, PEET Sr CQ. 258-842-1260 Broadway C3 Storesj NEVV YORK P. N. LUND ...ufllbercbant ZEaiIor..... Rdfdl-VZ-7Zg', Clefmifzg, Pffess- ing Nfdfbl 55" Pl'077Zpf6! Done WATERTO WM CONN WHY GO ELSEWHERE when you can get Erst-class goods right here at reasonable prices? We make a specialty ot tennis shoes and rubhergoods. Repairing otall kinds receives immediate attention T. F. MCGOWAN Watertown Shoe Store XX 111 Ellpbabet N J . A is for Cannie, as baseball a " shark-" B is for Hillie, with hair like a spark. C is for Roger, with lanky gait, D is E is for Shep, by all girls admired, - F is G is I-I is for Billy, to studies astranger. ' I is for Innocence, which is a virtue, I is for joy, not likely. to hurt you. K is for Kim, the obstreperous man, Who gets in a rough house whenever he can. the one and only Hgffeaif' for Allan, who makes us all tired. for Greycat, a dogiin the manger, L is for the little ones on the top Hoorg M isior Matt, whose shape we adore. N is for nothing, so easy to find, , O is for Ovid,-at studies a grind. P is for Chatter-Box, as --fresh as green paint, Q' s for Monk, s questions,that make us quite faint R is for rough-house, a thing of some noiseg S is for 'K Edwin," one of those devilzkh boys. T is for Tabby, invariably late, VV is for Winsloxxf, who thinks he's so great. A ROOMS RENTED EOR THE COLLEGE YEAR TO YALE STUDENTS ONLY Y at 1076 Chapel Street, Corner High Street JANITOR SERVICE .... ROOMS SINGLE, EN SUIT OR ENTIRE FLAT .... PLEASANTLY LOCATED .... EXCELLENT MANAGEMENT Opposite Campus, New Haven, Conn, For Further information Address S. W. HURLBU RT xix We'Ve Been Studying Athletic Supplies I that's the RIGHT Way. Tl-lAT'S the Way our Caps, Jerseys, Sweaters, Tennis and Golf things are made. Call in and see. ARTHUR IOHNSOAN 86 CO. 55 West 42d Street Near 6th Avenue New York BASEBALL, GOLF, TENNIS, FOOTBALL, LTRACK4 SUPPLIES Cafalogue Ab. 9 Ma ilcd on reguesf. lX4EN,S VVEAR Railroad Hotel The New Whlt6VWHSl1 Pourin- Hancls, each 25C "Silver" Collars, in all shapes, in- cluding the new wide point turn- over. Same quality others charge ISC for each l0c Flannel Shirts, with attached collars and cuffs, blue and grey each 31.50, 32.00 The Reid 85 Hughes Dry Goods Co. One Minute from Station rms. E. 'HCCLEERY MEALS AT ALL HOURS, PRICES REASONABLE. ....... LIVERY AND FEED STABLE ATTACHED Watertown, Conn Kbe latest 31300129 bg Ebistinguisbeb Katt Elutbors I-Iow to by to Play Baseballg by would-be right-Fielder Arkell. How to " Butt in" on all occasionsg by Brooks. How to Manufacture "Gas', and "Hot Airg" I.Lilley. How to Tease the Eacultyg by H. Sellers. How to be a Man and a Fusser when Only Thirteen Years Oldg by Winslow, Stapler Sli Gifford. How to Organize and Captain a Track Teaing b5 Arnstein. How to Sail a Boatg by " Lasself' How to Never Succeed in Getting X!VG21Tl1Cl' Predic- tions Correetg by " The " Deming. The Upson JEVVELERS ...... Jewelry Go. .SILVERSMITHS FINEST QUALITY SOCIETY PINS, IVIEDALS, PRIZES, and TROPI-IIES IN GOLD, SILVER auf! OTHER METALS Watch and Jewelry Repairing Optical Department XXI W T"179"' "' L- -- -- , df, 513,43 I V, L :mY.m H H f A u .' ' -X.: fi' ',,r A -, - . ' - ' '---X . g.'-,- -"f '--: 7l,,1- ,-N ., .,w f ,gl 2' . A.: ,-ij.: .1-,T , lj ,ii J I Y Q X X J, ., 1:-ff 14, 'T V, Q .,f.37??C. 3-jggaff,-5-i,,,Qyf ,yyiwfll 1' 'U . V- ' W " 1' 2 A " M' '1 . "Y ff7"f7' Lffrii 'T' ?i y w F . ., ,' A '-Tlf'f"gfZf1f J y f-' ,, ' ' ' -'fn lr i A. W ,, ,,3?,::eg-- ., 1 X5 Hggy,1i'g"fJgjS,' AE K ' jiri? 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