Trinity College - Ivy Yearbook (Hartford, CT)

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V non-professional education, conducted Without reference to any future particular pro- ' ' ' 't the 'art of the student in question, and- designed fession, calling, or special pursui on p not to make men specially clergymen, lawyers, physicians, soldiers, merchants, or ' nd educate the mental faculties as to put them into their engineers, but so to tram a Q , most efficient condition, and to qualify a student to enter with success upon the study of any of the professions, or upon any other pursuit in life. The amount of the Treasurer's bills each year is as follows :A Tuition, , s , ,,-. n . S100 OO Room-rent for each person, from 3100.00 tot . 25,09 Incidentals, . . , , U 30 OO Heat, . . , , A , X 12.50 Total from 3B242.00' to , , D D 3167 50 obraiioaijfiaiiifginiiijstgnhghe 09116516 Dil?ing'haH at 554-50 PST Week- Sfudellfs may may desire. To this mist USES ngdtheneighborhood, atrates greater or less as they book f . , a ed laulldfy Ch-H1'gGS, together with the expense of s, urniture, clothing, travel, and society fees Which Var a d. and habits of the student, and of Which no' estimate can be gvefor mg to the taste sonenansnuvs. The amount f th - , . Scholarships. , Thi inCSm'gfiiS1giISs bills can .be considerably reduced to holders of e sc olarships, which are of different values, is placed to the credit of studen . . . t ' tuition and room-rent in Wholes ocif if means, and Serves to meet the Charges for For holders of scholar ' h ' - . S 1PS Temlttmg the entire charges for tuition and room-rent, the Treasurer's bill is 1- . , educed t . 1 di b 0 3542-50, and the necessary expenses of such students, mc U Hg oard and th ' . 0 er personal items, will not exceed 35250 or 35300 a yew-I C25 -.-----is. V it? - M .ivan , ' ' ' AL,-,ig-4-L . . Reems AND Ba1LD1Nas. , L The new buildings were commenced in 1875. They are thoroughly drained, well ventilated, and unsurpassed for convenience and comfort. In 1,881 the Northam gateway was begun, and the western side of the great quadrangle is now completed. Easy access from the city is secured by means of street-cars running to the College grounds. An excellent athletic ground is 'provided for ball playing and other out-door sportsg there are also several tennis courts, and an excellent gymnasium. Most of the rooms 'are arranged so as to provide for two students rooming together, a common study, and I separate bed-rooms. All the rooms and hall-ways are heated by steam,and ventilation is secured by open fire-places. Water is carried to every Hoor. The site 'of the building is .remarkable for its healthfulness. ' a NEW BEIILBINQS. THE GYIVINASIUIVIL AND ALUMNI HALL. The new Gymnasium and Alumni Hall tor Theatrej stands to the east of the proposed north quadrangle .near the drive-way from Vernon Street, and faces the west. It is substantially built of brick laid in red mortar, with a finish of Portland sandstone. The frontage is fifty-six feet, and the length one hundred and six feet. The entrance is at the level of the running track of the gymnasium, from the vesti- bule ample stairways lead down to the latter and up to the theatre, which has a seating capacity of 5oo. The equipment of 'the gymnasium embraces modern appa- ratus, and the latest patent appliances in Xthis department. An instructor in athletics is in charge of the building. ' "TEE Jaizvls aan. QF SGIENGEJ' ' This building, is built of brick in early French Romanesque style, and is two stories ,fhigh with a basement, having a frontage of seventy-nine feet, and a depth of sixty-five feet. The angles of the building are emphasized by large ventilating turrets, which not only serve a practical purpose, but add ' greatly to the breadth of the wall-mass. The main object in constructing this building has been to make ample provisions for laboratory work in chemistry and physics. The phy- sical laboratory will be equipped with a .dynamo and engine, and the rooms have been arranged with special reference to making facilities for practical work as complete as possible. The equipment in the chemical laboratory is such .as is required 'for good work in qualitative and quantitative analysis and assaying. G1-XT!-XLGQEIES. Catalogues and Examination Papers may be had.on application to the Secretary of the Faculty. For Scholarships and general information, application should be made to the President, George Williamson Smith. C33 q HE E. A. PRESSEY. szliam sr swsms. ' Managing Editor. E. B. FINCH. Literary Editor. J. B. BURNHAM. .I Associate Editors. jf F. PLUMB. - 1. W. HUGHES. C4 A. C. G-RAVES. A 1 i 3 3: 1. 1 I 5:1 4- . -- 7?"T.F2Pii'5-H'.. iv 413. ? i i ! 5? i E 1 9. 'v 'a 'K I i Z e E 1? -X E a f i ' 'E '43 4 , . . l 1 5 9 7 Kg . 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OR several months the editors of the IVY, have been eagerly looking forward to the time when nothing would remain to be done, before presenting the book to the public, save the preiixing of na short editorial. Now, how- ever, that this eagerly anticipated time is at hand we find ourselves ina state of greater. perplexity than ever. In the former part of our undertaking nothing other than an insinuating smanner and plausible reasoning was necessary to ensure a greater of less amount of success, but we recognize in our present task an urgent demand for a much higher intellectual quality, the genius of originality. I Lacking the same confidence with reference to our creative power that we had in regard to our persuasive abilities, we find ourselves utterly at a loss. Prevented, on the one hand by our natural modesty' from praising the result of our own efforts, we are, on the other, disinclined to submit ourselves to that severest of all forms of comment, self-criticism. Having then no subject matter for an editorial, and recognizing fully our complete inability to evolve material from our inner conscious- ness, we can only ezipress the hope that our endeavors to bring out an Ivv which should reflect credit upon the college and upon ourselves have been to some extent successful. It is with this hope, and that our work may receive a calm and fair criticism which shall benefit not only us but all future editors, that we present the Ivv of Ninety-One. . A V I ff C57 5 91,9 ,N In.. .- :, "' ,,,,4,,,,..v-""-.-M1 CONTENTS. viii?- TITLE PAGE, . TRINITY COLLEGE, BOARD OE EDITORS, EDITORIAL, - CONTENTS, . - COLLEGE' CALENDAR, . . REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION, . TRINITY COLLEGE, Senatus Academzkzzs, FACULTY, . . , . . .L BOARD OF FELLOWS AND ASSOCIATIONS OF THE ALUMNI, . UNDERGRADUATES BY CLASSES, . .- SECRET FRATERNITIES, . LITERARY., . , . SECRET ORGANIZATIONS, . ATHLETICS, . LAWN TENNIS, . MUSICAL ORGANIZATIOTNIS, MISCELLANY, . . COLLEGE MARSHALS, ROLL OF HONOR, . MARRIAGES, GBITUARY, . , , , ,VALEDICTORIANS AND SALUTATORIANS, i THE CHAPEL, , , n CLASS DAY OF THE CLASS OF ISQO, , L,ENVOI, . , , ADVERTISEMENTS, . Q67 ' " S' W- ---'I---ae.:1.1 - - - M I 2 4 P D 0 1 9 ll I2 14 17 31 fins Il 53 IULI llh 121 15: 155 ISU 1:7 1:5 Ibn lhl IU! HIS Sept. Nov. CC' Dec. li C C . L . C K . jan. Feb. ll April H . C-L' . C4 .. May ll 1 KC .. LC june CC CK 6 In Go1.1.EeE GALENDAR. s 1559. Thursday. Christmas Term' begins. -Frzday. All Saints' Day. Holiday. Thursday. Thanksgiving-Day. . Frzday. Christmas Examinations. Saiurday. " H . Monday. " " Tuesday. 4 Wednesday. " " I A r T Thursday. ' " - " Appointment of Toucey Scholar ' Christmas Vacation begins. U I ' 189O. Thursday. Trinity Term begins. Wednesday. Ash-Wednesday. Saiurday. Holiday. Prize Version Appointments published . Oratorical Prize Contest. - V Frzday. ,Good Friday. - u f Wednesday. English Prize Essays handed in. S Frzdayq Easter Recess begins. , ' , . Monday. Easter Recess ends. , Tuesday. ,English Literature Prize Examination. Wfednesday. Chemical Prize Essays handed in. Frzday. Tuttle Prize Essays handed in. Saiurday. Latin Prize Examination. Saiurday. Mathematical Prize Examination. Thursday. Ascension-Day. Thursday. Prize Version, Declamations. Sunday. Trinity Sunday. Wednesday. Senior Examinations. Thursday. " 'f Frzday. Safurday. ' Monday. T" . T C73 june ll KC KC ll LK KC KC CK KC Cl Cl IC CL CK LC Cl KK Sept. Dec. In - ' I 1o. Tuesday. Senior Examinations. Trinity Examinations. cc U II. PVednesday. " " 12. T nursda y. Trinity Examinations. 13. Frzday. " " 14. Saturday. " ' 16. Monday. 17. Tuesday. - 18. Wednesday. " . T nursday. " ' Senior Standing published. I9 20. Frzday. Award of Prizes. 22 . Sunday. Baccalaureate Sermon. 23. Monday. junior Standing published. 23. Monday. Examinations for Admissions. 24. Tuesday. " " Class-Day. 24. Tuesday. Annual Meeting of the Corporation feveningj. 25. Wednesday. Examinations for Admission. 25. Wednesday. Annual Meetings of the Corporation and of the Association - -A of the Alumni. H 26. T nursday. S1xTY-FOURTH COMMENCEMENT. Trinity Vacation begins. l" "' 0 16. Tuesday. Examinations for Admission begin. 18. T nursday. Christmas Term begins. 23. Tuesday. Christmas Term- ends. 1890-QI the Christmas Vacation will be two weeks, C SD EQBIIREIVXENTS EQR BMISSIQN. C . 1. COURSE IN ARTS. , I i Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in. the following books: , " A . A A ' ' GREEK. A . Grainmar QHadley or Goodvvinj. W, R Xenophon: Anabasis, four Books. p . Homer: Iliad, three Books, With Prosody. ' A Prose Composition Uones or White,:' the exercises in the first half of the bookj. History of Greece. fThe translation of ' average passages, not previously read, from Xenophon and Homer, will be accepted as an alternative to the above-mentioned quantities in these authorsj ' ' LATIN . . Grammar. ' Caesar: Gallic War, four Books. , ' Virgil: Aeneid, six Books, with Prosody. ' , Cicero: The Orations against Catiline, and that for the Poet Archias. A U 1 Prose Composition: Translation into Latin of a passage of. connected English nar- rative, based upon some passage in Caesar's Gallic War. - Roman History: Outlines, to the death' of Marcus Aurelius QCreightonj. Ancient Geography. ' y - , Candidates are also examined at sight upon average passages from Caesar's Works, from Virgil's Aeneid and Ovid's Metamorphoses, and from Cicero's Orations. N . , ' 'MATI-xE1vrAT1cs'. 'A ' Arithmetic, including the Metric System. Algebra, through Radicals and Quadratic Equations, together with Proportion, Progressions, and the Binomial Theorem. ' ' ' I Plane Geometry. D , ENGLISH. Each candidate is requiredto Write a short English composition, correct in spell- ing, punctuation, grammar, division by paragraphs, and expression, upon a subject announced at the time of the examination. In 1890 the subject will be chosen from 2 C97 C and MZliSZl7lZ7iZ67 Nz'gfkl's Dream ' the following Works: Shakespeare's falias aesar ' yt 1. I jr? - , - ' - L f ll 's Evaagelzaeg Macaulays Essay 0471 .1, 1 Colemdges Anneml Mayznfyi Ong 6 -OW. ' F' sl f'zz7zker-Hz'll Uralzozzp Clzveg Thackeray's Eaglzsa Ha1r20r2SfS. Wgbsfefs 27' J Scottss Qwmfm Dmfwmfdf George Eliot's Szlas Maraer,- Hawthorne's lfozzse rj lae Seven Gables. . . . .. I ,I '.t., Each candidate will also be required to criticise specimens of English composi ion. ' NOTES-The Works from which the subject of the composition will be chosen 111 the following yea-TS afei , , ,- In 1891: Shakespeare's falias Caesar and Mereaanl qf Veazeef COICTKIEC5 Aaezera' .Marzaerg LongfelloW's Evaagelzaeg Macaulay's Essay on Lora' C7l3F'c',' Websters Ersl- Banker-Hz'll Oralzoap Irving's Alaamoray Scott's Ola' Jlorfalzbt' George Eliot's Sz'las Maraer,' Havvthornels House, q' like Seven Gables. I In 1892: Shakespeare's falzas Caesar and As You Lzke z7,- Scott's Jfarmzluzg Longfellow's Coarlslzzlo qt' Mz'les Slaaflzsag Addison's Szr Roger a'e C overlay Papers,- Macaulay's Seeorzel Essay W' llze Earl qi Clzalaavzg Websters I-Drs! B1n1l'er-I-fill Oralzoag Irving's Allzamorag Scott's Talzsmaaf George Eliot's Seefzes from C'ler12'al Lgfej HaWthorne's Hoase q' the Severe Gables. In 1893: Shakespeare's falzas Caesar and Tweflk .lVz:gaf,' Scott's .lfarmziuzp LongfelloW's Coarlsazf W? Mz'les Sz'aaa'zsa,- Addison's Szr Roger de C overlay' Pajlrrsg Macaulay's Seeoaa' Essay on flee Earl gf Caalaavzf Emerson's A111erz2'a11 Sfhofarg Irving's Skelelz Bookf Scott's Ivaaaoeg Dickens's Davza' Copj5erjiela'. I V II. COURSE IN LETTERS AND SCIENCE. The ,requirements for admission are the same as in the Course in Arts, with the omission of Greek and extempore Latin translation. X I III. COURSE IN SCIENCE. Candidates for the Course in Science are examined in Mathematics and in English as for the Course in Arts, With the addition of Algebra from Progrcssions tot :hc Theory of Equations, Solid Geometry, and Plane Trigonometry, ZIIICIK-'.III'CI1CII'S Sfznfz' of PVora's CSuppleefs editionjg also in the History of the United States, and in six books of Caesar's Galhc War for three books of Caesar and three books ot' X'irqil's Aeneldlv together with Latin Grammar and the elements of Latin Composition.. I ' . IV. COURSE IN LETTERS. The requirements for ' ' I admission are the same - ' - k 8' - I - omission of Greek. C as in thc Louise in Arts. with the C0PieS Of papers used at the Examination ' 3 Catalogue CO . , C - S 111 I 39 rlrc printed nt. thc ond ul' Lh . 1 P195 of which ma be had C ' ' . . - L of the Faculty. Y on 'IPP11C21Il10l1 10 thc Prcsiclcntt or Sr-vim-t:11'Y h troy firvk-Q' The The The The The The The The The The The RINITV CCRREGE 21590. S Rt. Rev Rt. Rev Rt. Rev Rt. Rev. Rt.. Rev Rt. Rev. Rt. Rev. SENATHS ACADEMICHS. J VISITORS. . THE CHANCELLOR, Middletown, Conn. THOMAS MARCH CLARK, D.D., LL.D., Providence, R. I HENRY ADAMS, NEELY, D.D., Portland, Me. - J WILLIAM H. A. BISSELL, D.D., Burlington, Vt. WILLIAM WOOADRUFF NILES, D.D., Concord, N. H. BENJAMIN HENRY PADDOCK, D.D., BoSton,,MaSS. HENRY CODMAN POTTER, D.D., LL.D., New York City CORPORATION. Chancellor: I I Rt. Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D., Middiefown, Colm. A Rev. The PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE, 'ex ojiczb PreSident, Hartford Rev. E. EDWARDS BEARDSLEY, D.D., LL.D., New Haven, Conn. Rev. GEORGE H. CLARK, D.D., Hartfordf ' WILLIAM C. PETERS, M.A., Boston, Mass. RICHARD W. H. QIARVIS, M.A., Hartford. ' CHARLES J. HOADLY, M.A., Secreimfjf, Hartford. GEORGE BEACH, Esq., Hartford. ' The-Rt. Rev. BENJAMIN H. PADDOCK, D.D., Boston, Mass. The Rev. GEORGE S. MALLORY, D.D., New York City. The Hon. DWIGHT W. PARDEE, LL.D., Hartford. ' CHARLES E. GRAVES, M.A., Treasurer, New Haven, Conn. The Rt. Rev. WILLIAM W. NILES, D.D., Concord, N. H. The Rev. SANFORD J. CHORTON, D.D., Cheshire, Conn. The Rev. WILLIAM TATLOCK, D.D., Stamford, Conn. WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, M.A., Hartford. The Rev. HENRY. A. COIT, D.D., Concord, N. H. JAMES IVERS LEWIS, M.A., New London, Conn. LUKE A. LOCKWOOD, M.A., New York City. The Rev. .FRANCIS GOODWIN, M.A., Hartford. WILLIAM E. CURTIS, M.A., New York City. J. PIERPONT MORGAN, Esq., New York City. W. A. M. WAINWRIGHT, M.A., M.D., Hartford. ROBERT H. COLEMAN, B.A., Cornwall, Pa. 4115 FAQHHTY. THE REV. GEQRGE WILLIAMSON SMITH,'D.D., LL.D., PEEEIEEEE l , Hooarz' Professor M Mefafhlszks- 115 Vernon Street Coffioe, I3 Seabury Ha.11J. TEE Rv. THOMASAR. PYNCHON, D.D.V, LL.D., Browne!! Pryessor of Moral Philosophy. ' I E- go Vernon Street. L V TEE REV. SAMUEL HART, D.D., Prqfessor gf one Laizn Language ana' Lzlerafure. ' 22 Jarvis Hall. THE REV. 1sEoN T. BECKWITH, PED., L Pryessor fy' ine Greek Language ana' Lzlferalure. . I4 Seabury Hall. , 'THE REV. ELAVEL s. LUTHER, M.A., Seaoury Prq'essor W' Zlfainefnafzes ana' Asz'ronomy,- and Seerehzry. ' - 74 Vernon Street. S THE REV. HENRY FERGUSON, M.A., Norinafn Prqfessor Q' Hzsiory and Polzfieal Sezenec. . 123 Vernon Street. V . CHARLES FREDERICK JOHNSON, M.A., ' Prqfessor W' Englzsn Lzlierafure. . 69 Vernon Street. THE REV. JOHN' J. MCCOOK, M.A., l Prqfessor .qt Modern Languages. I II4 Main Street. WM. LISPENARD RoEB,'PE.D., X PrW'essor qt' Pnyszes. 21 Jarvis Hall. ROBERT BAIRD RIGGS, PH.D., - Seo7fz'ZZ Professor of Cnenzzslry ana' IVaZuraX .52.'lt'l1t'c'. I5 Seabury Hall, C125 I THE RT. REV. JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL,D., Lecimfefff on Hikiory. ' ' ' Midamfown. f -I . I A WILLIAM A. M. WAINWRIGAHT, -MA., IvI.D., .LHCZLZZVKV on Amziomy and Pkyszblogy. ' ' 453 Main Streetf A ' I WILLIIAM HAMERSLEY, M.A., - ' iLecz'mfer Yon' Law. . A i 372 Main- Street. f . A CHARLES IJ. SCIIDDERL M.DQ,. . .LECZCZZVE79 on Hygzkne. I I I New York City, - CHARLES DUDLEY .WARNER,,, L.H.D., 'Lecimfer on Englzlvh Lz2'erczz'wfe. 37 Forest Street. . N . , EDWIN C, JOHNSON, QD, BA., y - fnsiruciorvzh Maihemaizks. A A 61 Northam Towers. D 1 AFREDERICK H. BEERS, Rs., y I ' Asszlsicmz' zkz Me Ckemzka! and Pkyqzkczl Lrzboffaibffzks. ' ' ' I ' " 6 Jarvis Hall. ' ' ' 4 FREDERICK C. ROBERTSON,AM.A., I I - Inszfrzzcior 234 Eloczzizbn. , . -I Hosmer- I-Iallg. A I f HERBERT W. CONN, PH.D.,A fnsiffucior zkfz Nafural Sczknce. - . Middletown. WILLIAM. R.- MARTIN, PH.D.',' - Insfrucfor zh Modern Languages. Northam- Towers.. , y URIEL' H. SPENCER, ' A'ssz1vZd1fzz'.7 Lzhfczffzkzfz. A Northam Towers.. U The stated meetings of the Faculty are held every Friday morning at eleven o'c1ock fI3Y CARD or FELLOWS. .i..l...l..- 1 . President. THE CI-IANCELLOR OF THE COLLIal,,lu. I Fellows. GURDON W. RUSSELL, M.A., M.D. CHARLES D. SCUDDER, M.A., M.l.l. FRANKLIN H. FOWLER, M.A. THE REV. LUCIUS WATERMAN, M.A. THE REV. GEORGE W. DOUGLASS, D.I.J. EDWARD D. APPLETON, B.A. Junior Fellows. THE REV. F. W. HARRIMAN, M.A. WILLIAM C. SKINNER, M.A. PERCY S. BRYANT, M.A. THE REV. J. H. BARBOUR, M.A. THE REV. JOHNS T. HUNTINGTON THE REV. JOHN J. MCCOOK, M.A. , M.A. SSCCIATION QF THE ALHMNI. - 1 E, President. JOHN H. S. QUICK, M.A. Vice-President. THE REV. BRADY E. BACKUS, 1.1.11 t Secretary. GEORGE L. COOKE, M.A. A Treasurer. HOWARD C. VIBBERT, M.A. I Standing Committee. A TI-IE PRESIDENT. T-1 T 4 J. CLEVELAND CADY, M,A HE REASURER' . ' T1111: REV. SAMUEL ll.-Xl' THE REV- J- H. BARBOUR, M.A. X C145 NEW VENGLANE HSSSCIATISN QF ALAIMNI. OFFICERS, isoo. President. , LUKE A. LOCKVVOOD, '55. Vice-President. W. C. SKINNER,r,76. ' 4 . Secretary. Treasurer. 1 DR. W. A. M. WAINVVRIGHT, '74. ' V P- S- BRYANT, '70- III Elm Street, Hartford. . - Executive Committee. . . . DR. W. D. MQRGAN, ,72. REV. S. HART, '66, NEW Yew Asseo1AT1eN QF ALEiIMiNI. OFFICERS, iseo. President. REV? JAMES MULCI-IAHEY, D.D. I ISt'VlCG-PI'GSldGlf1'C, THOMAS M. L. CHRYSTIE, M.D. 2d Vice-President, REV. BRADY E. BACKUS, D.D. 3d Vice-President, WILLIAM' E. CURTIS. 4th Vice-President, CHARLES D. SCUDDER, M.D. Secretary, CCHARLES S. COLEMAN. Treasurer, HENRY P. BARTLET. The Annual, Meeting of this Association is held on the last Thursday of April. The constitution and by-laws proVide: 'That the ,members of the Association shall consist of Alumni residing in the City of New York, and in the immediate Vicinity, and any former students of Trinity College, Whether graduates or not, being residents of the city or neighborhood, may be elected members by the Association or by its Executive Committee. .Any graduate of the College may of his oVVn right be present at any meeting of the Association, but no graduate shall haVe the right to Vote or to take any .part in the ,business of the Association unless he be a member thereof. C155 I I5HIOI1ADEI1IDIfII A ASSSGIATIS N QF AIQHMNI. I. d OFFICER5,'189O- . ' President. HON. ISAAC HAZLEI-IURST, Vice-President. A J. EWING MEARS, M.D., '58, I I Executive Committe LL.D., '2S. Secretary. SYDNEY G. FISHER. '7q. 402 'Walnut Street, Philadelphia e. ' WILLIAM DRAYTON, '71, H. GORDON MCCOUCH. '75- . 1 M SYDNEY G. , FISHER, PITTSBHRG ASSSGIATIGN '79- QF ALUMNI. A I OFFICERS, 1890. President. ' REV W R R MACKAY '6- Vice-lPresident. I D ' . , I' IOHN'D.IMcKE'NNAN, '76. , ' Treasurer. Secretary. WILLIAM R. BLAIR, '75 . LEWIS M. PLUMER, '74. - WASHINGTSN AND BALTIMORE ASSOGIATION QF ALUMNI. - l A President. E. M. GALLAUDET, LL.D., '59. - GALIFGRNIA ASSGGIATIGN QF ALIIMNI, President. I U OFFICERS, 1890- Se t - , cre ary. REV. A. L. BREWER, 53. I JAMES XYIllCl'fl.l'fR. 'ix I C165 I X NBER HECJPXTES f 3 H1175 SENICR ' IQASS. I CLASS CoLoRs-Salmon Pzhk and Peacock Blue. CLASS -YELL - One- T wo-.T hree, X and C. B00m-nzh- 1900111-rah - Trhr-:ily ' C ' x ,,-li.-l-- OFFICERS. Christmas Term. Trinity Term. Preszkiemf, E. MCP. MCCCCK, R. H. HU'FClilNS. ISf Vzke-Preszkienl, J. S. LITTELL, C. S. Gnuswow. 2d Vzfe-Presikiefzl, C. S. GRISWCLD, R. MCC. Blum: Secffeiafy, 'R. MCC. BRADY, A, T, G1-353354, Tredsuffer, H. H. BARBER, W. NICCux1mg, Chfonzklkr, R. LEB. LYNCH, XV. E. A. Brix:-zu.:-:x'. C137 W it-1 'Aj f. 5,4-I Luang' N 4 I , , 1'w....-- - ,nw 5 X' Y 1 I 4.,L..A::fw ?..ffJf..5 lx ' ff f ' X- L VJHLSS WX it i!fjZdyQ if Zifrf?-I if .K xl.-1 1 4 ft Q I 4 f flIZE"s2"ZS'iZm:9.5 PW.s'zkieffx',, H V1 if w f , 555 Zfzkq-Pfff?sz?ff.'.xril, "4 'C ,ff , 'F' F3 IAA- J.,:.f,5.r,1f..7- C gs! !f up fx- ' ..- J! . -...,,,1.. .baf'6Wz'czf 'l1f, E ' Y 1 73,-Lnfyf S-fJ14,-,yy 5 . .,-L. -so-1 Cf- - L I x . 6 , x : I-, K Lhfvv.fzzr!ff gr wwf: , A QQ Ski fi? 1 ,A A ' if X 52:3 F ' ag .X gg TEE 'Q'-n...g 533 Q Dneim IUu7a, ,. -W V -1 . . I 4'1" ' br . . ,.,, . .. r . -1 2 . . , . ' 5 N! 1 1 I S 1 1 F K. .. 1 1 -. 1 V 1 1' , 1 14 fr ,1 1 , - ' Q 1 1 ' , 1 , 1 5, g A A 1 ,A 17 1 1 . , 1 . E v . 1 1 1 1-.. 1 1 - 1 'vx 1 1 S 1 Kf ' 1 r - F 1 1 MEMBERS. H NAME. RESIDENCE. RooM Henry Hobart Barber, Waskzngton, N. C. ' 25 J. H Robert McClelland Brady Qsj, Detroit, Mzkk. I7 H Erastus Brainard Bulkeley Qsj, V L New York Czty. I7 S. H Wm. Eliphalet Adams Bulkeley QL. 5.5, Hartford. 9 I. H Theodore Lathrop Cheritree, Oak Hitt, N. V. 36 J. H Gilbert Payson Coleman, ' H Cznoznnatt, O. 36 J. H Thomas Anderson Conover, Sontk Afnooy, N. f I3 J. H Anthon Temple Gesner, Hyde Park, N Y. 65 N. T Clifford Standish Griswold, Wetkersjield, Conn. 4 A 51 N. T Robert Hamilton Hutchins, Concord, N H , 35 J. H john Stockton Littell, Wz'Zmzngton, De-Z. 37 J. H Riyerius Manning Luther QL. Brookbn, Conn. 56 N. T Robert LeBlanc Lynch, Boston, Mass. 32 J. H George Thurston Macauley, I Detrozt, Mzek. 9 J. H Warren McConihe, Troy, N Y. 27 J. H Edward McPherson McCook Hartford. 114 Main 'St john Butler McCook CL. s.j, Hartford. 114 Main St Guy Wilbur Miner, Nortk Adams,3Mass. ' 25 J. H William Pressey, Cleveland, O. 52 N. T William Harry Chichele Pynchon, Hartford. . ' 62 N. T George Winthrop Sargent, Boston, Mass. 1.33 J. H Philip Smith, ' I Detrozt, Mzkk. 43 J. H Uriel Heber Spencer, Hartford. 37 Washington St George Thornton Warren, T roy, .NI Y. 29 J. H john Williams, Seyfnonr, Conn. 6 J. H ' ' FORMER MEMBERS. ' john' Reginald Blake, ...... New York Czty. Rollin Ashley Breckinridge, . Brookbn, N Y. William Edward Heublein, . Hartford. ,Ira Sturtevant Howe, . ' Worcester, Mass. Theodore McEwen Hyde, , ' ' Vlffest Hartford, Conn Allen Butler Talcott, -. Hartford. William Henry Warren, Troy, N1 Y, I9 1 xiwlfg 3 535.5 .A , Y l . Q I . , . vfQg'!' " t - 1 . JQNIQR GLASS. ,,1,,,.,..-1-- CI.ASS COLORS-Lzlgfhz' amz' dark Blur. CLASS HYELL -Hzlyzlyzxf X-C-1- T-16-I-N-L 71 V1 .f .i......--- 1 OFFICERS 9 Christmas Term. Preszdenf, M. R.,Wl1IG1-l'1', zszf Vzke-Preszkieni, C. H. TALco'1"1', 241 Vzke-Preszkieni, G. N. HANILIN, Sebremry, W. H. MCCULI.0C1-I, ' T reasurer, H. PARRISI-I, Clzromkler, 'C. H. YOUNG, 4205 -- - - .i-.,eAm,., Trinity Term. C. H. 'FAI.CU'Ivl'. G. N. I'IAMl.lN. T. '1'1u.'xs'mx W1 C. I-Ilcxs. C. H. XvUl'Nli.A I-I. SCUIPIJI-ZR. Q..-up-',,.. I .J ,,.-,,-,aw 1 1 i x I F1 X n L 4 a f s 1 r w S a 5 1 K i 1 I i 1 1 1 1 J I 1 2 I F i x s . r I E 1 s Z i u 5 L L 1 r , E W Q 3 ml X, al 'z Ei 4 le ia Y f 1 may 4,42 I7 zfeiaa, Pj'1vzL71L , 'A X 1.n-M..-M xv X MEMBERS. B 1 NAME. ' Stephen Howard Alling, Frank Marshall Barber CL. s.j, U- A john Bird Burnham, William ,Hooper Coster -Qs.-5, Edward Bronson Finch, . Arthur Collins Graves, ' Arthur Leslie Green, Irenus Kittridge Hamilton, jrg Cs-J, George -Newell Hamlin, I William . oieveiand Hicks, Jr., . Fredericli Reed Hoisington CL. SJ, A Harry Howard, 4 ' , O Isaac Wayne Hughes," 4 . William Sanford Kingsbury QSJ, Edward Rutledge Lampson, jr., Edwin 'Franklin Lawton Qs.j, . ,William Hugh . McCulloch, Herbert' Parrish, Victor' Cox Pedersen, ' Colin ScottsPitb1ado CsP.j, ' Q 2I RESIDENCE. Sojield, Corm. Pawfuekei, R. I.. 1 Wzlmzkzgion, Del: Pzilsourgh, Po. Greenfield, Mdss..' NEWVHQUEW, Coma Chzeago, Ill... A Cdzeago, IZZ. New York Cay.. s Summzl, N f Covenlry, C omz. H arfford. . Choeowzhziy, C. Glasionoury, C onn. W ezieroury, Conn. ROOM.. suffieid. 58 N. TQ A119112 Pl. " 16 f. -H. ' 'II 5. H. - '42 . H. Q ',..-. 2.H. - '-31 37 .H. . 18' S. H. ' 'II J. -H' '91 Asylum St' ' 125 J..H. 'I 39 H - 20 H Wes! Clzesizzre, Come. 40. N. T JCo1fz'o1ezoood, La. I5 J. H Grand Rofzds, fldzkh. A '55 N.'T New York Cziy. 51 N.'T Harford. 214 'High St 7 NAME. john Fields' Plumb, Ernest Albert Pressey, Lucian Waterman Rogers, Heyward Scudder, Charles Norman Shepard, 'Thomas Burke Smith, Elias Boudinot Stockton, Charles Hooker Talcott CL. s.j, Theodore .Payne Thurston, -David Van Schaack, Robert Walker, , George Hermann Wright, William ' George Wright, Charles Herbert Young, RESIDENCE. Lziehjield, Coma. Cleveland, 0. Provfzkierzce, R. J. New York Czkfy. Bristol, Comz. Harford. Germmzfafzwz, Pa. Harzfjford. Mzezfzeczpolzk, llfblll. Kzbzzierkouk, JV. V. W alfkam, 111 ass. Nezv Afzyord, Colm. New .!l1z'4'forn7, Conn folzbf, Ill. V H FORMER MEMBERS. Hrecleric Storer Bull, . William Andariese -Bull, .laCQb Humphrey Greene, . George Hampton' Hill, 4 22 O Rl Al 120 Sigourncy ,2 5.1 555 25 j. 40 IS Oak 53 N. S f. 35 f. IQ f. 5 I- 23 f. 23 f. I '. s Yluwmz, H H512 Yihfllllicl, IV.1,vA fzIf'K'.X'lIII, .ll:2'h, H"c!l'c.'c'.x'h'y', alfa Fred Rooke Laidley, Charles Ingersoll Maury, . v . itjoseph' Mayo, jr. H March Chase Mayo, A John Howard Morse, john Travers Scott, Irving Thomas Smith, Cz?fzcz7mazfz', Okzb. Pkz'Zaa'eZphzZz, Pa Alia, ,Ulf New York Cily. Galvesfon, Tex. Brookbn, N. Y. Marion Randolph Wright, .... Wz'Z11zzhgZ0n, N. C 1 v. I I if Died October 18, 1889. 23 . SQPHQMQRE GIQASS. . . A CLASS COLORS-Ellie and Wkzhn .CLASS YELL- Wah-A00-wah.f H00-wal?-k00.f Trhzzly, Tf!?Il7J', 1 Christmas Term. Preszkieni, IS!! Vzke-Preszkiefzi, , .api V zke-Preszkiefzl, Secretary, Treasurer, C hronzkler, OFFICERS W. L. FRENCH, R. H. MALLORX', I. D. RUSSELL, E. RANDALL, C. A. JOHNSON, E. K. HU1mA1ux,jR. C249 Trinity Term H. S. GR.u'rLs. I. D. Russ:-:1.u.. S. ALMY. A. Cu.fxu'rm:1-:. E. K. 1'Il'lill.fKRll W. J. Mu.1.r:x. ,.ef::L -, ., :W . K. . , .H wi r ., .1 7.5.1 Q , .-.Q ,Z 4 ..i - - , . :Q Q -ff-V f -3 . ., 19-2512 'A - 1- H., h r in Q ' , 1,.A ',, X-'C' --'...,.. f N L A, . f wu- , 1 I,-.A M ,fx N K p'!,j', I J, ! -,V I, Lg-. 5Qs,.,z,, if 1 -' 'f F Cha-'isigmas Term ., P?"4"3g4?1'U7z!' , X Q 1 :JZ Ifzcf'-,f "J'U.5f2' 7zZ ix V Y ' f' ff ,.S16'6'7'L7fci'.31lf', 2.5 ffzkff-Pf1f.'a'z2ffffzZ, 7 if T 01' I df, 1 x 1 K2fa'qZ.s'm ' A' '4 Cfifwz zk' I r , ' . 1 i - 1- 45' ' , 5 Q 5 ,,:-' . " " .---Evge-ff' "" V ,y , , A, K 5 F' Q' , .,, ' ' "1"' A . .,. , ' f Q52 "F D ff , ""' Y f in f' f7m2uL,22W1'f' ' . 1 1 '. , ' - 5 1 9 4 I , ' 1 1. E 4' 1 - I , . A - Q . 3 X MEMBERS. NAME. RESIDENCE. ROOM Samson Almy QL. s.j, john Russell Bacon Qs.'j, V Albert Crabtree, ' L Edwin Alexander Dingwall Qs.j, Thomas Langdon ,Elwyn QL. s.j, J William Leslie French, Frederic Beecher Fuller Qs.b, , Thaddeus Welles Goodridge, Harmon Sheldon Graves, Clarence Loines Hall Qs.j, Gordon Hall QL. s.j, ' ous Graaf Hammond QL. 3.5, Elijah Kent Hubbard, jr. QL. s Romilly Francis Humphries, Charles Amos johnson, Hugh Kidder. . Edward Gardner Lewis QL. s.j, Thomas McKean, jr. QL. s.j, Malcolm Stuart McConihe,. Q Roland Hawley Mallory QL.j, Q, 4 Q25 Tz'Zlon, N H 1 Ddnonry, Conn. - Fd!! Rzioer, Moss. Deirozi, Mzkn. Plzz'ZddeZp!zz'd, Pa. New York Cz'z'y. Concord, IVY H. Exefer, N H. Bnrlzngion, VZ. Hdriford. Mdrgneiie, Mzkn. Concord, Mzddleiown, Conn New York Cz'Zy. Norwzkn,. Conn. Owogo, Y. New York Czhjy. P!zz'ZddeZpnz'd, Pd. T roy, N. Y. Brzdgepori, Conn. D . FJ rl, by . V1 gr if . NAME. . William joseph Miller, - William Osgood Orton CSJ, john Paine, Ernest Randall, Isaac Daw Russell CSPQ, . Rollin Sanford Saltus, . r Charles Edward Taylor, - . 1 . - james Archibald Turnbull, George 'Herbert French, Frank Wolcott Hutt, . . Henry Newman Lee, Ashton Howard Potter, A E William. Francis Quick, ii julian Eiray Ramsdell, y ' Charlesl Nelvin Murphy QSQ, A Alexander Hamilton Sibley, Charles Christopher Trowbridge QL. s.j, RESIDENCE. Norlh Eezsf, Md. Manehesfer, Comz. Phziaeielplzzkz, Pez. Ailemize Cziy, .NT Essex, C ann. New Brziazez, Coma. U East Orange, N f Deirozi, Mzklk. Nasfzzzzz, N H. New Havfeaz, Conn. Hafzyforzi. FORMER MEMBERS. Q26 'X noon. 63 N. 'Il 29 J. I-I 64 N. T 3.1. H 16 S. H IO J. I-I 32 j. I-I IO H 16 S. I-I Afrr-U VM- 01,1- Gl0m'r'sff'r, .lla HlI7'ffl77'lf. A-Tfrc' I'nr.-1' Ctfzl Cbzlfngw, Ill, 1f'ar11v, N. V, Q - .N .N . I L l'. H. H. R B. H, 1 ll U - I 1 4 QQ,- ,7l!l'fa'll, l 1111711 , 5 4 X N. Q.- r L. - N -. - - 1 il! n s L , ,: . .1 Q .f an A m'-v -, R .- ., v f x , . 4 ,x 1 . , ., FRESHMAN GRASS. CLASS COLORS-Old Rose and Cream. CLASS YELP - Hzka-Hzka-Hzka .f H Rafe-Ray-Ree ! T rzhziy- Trzhzey-Nzeeety Yhree OFFICERS. Christin-as Term. ' Preszkzgeni, C. CHURCHMAN, xzsz' ,Vzee-Preszkienf, R.. PEARCE, ze! Vzee-Preszkierzi, W. P. NILES, Seeremry, W. ROUSE, Treasurer, L. A. CARTER, ' Chrorezeler, ' F. B. 'COLE, C275 Trinity Term. C. C. BARTON, L. A. CARTER. R. P. BATES. W. P. N TLES. R. S. CONOVER, W. F. COLLINS. .T R I 'NAME. - Edwin Stanton Allen Qsgj, Harry Ward Baldwin, 'M Charles Clarence Barton, jr., Robert Peck Bates, Carter Lee Bowie, john Charles Bulkeley CL. s.j, ,Henry Safford, Candee CL. s.j Lawson 'Averell Carter, Clarke Churchman QL. s.j, Frederick Bradford Cole Qs.j, 7 . Williaml French Collins, Williani Eugene Conklin, Richard Stevens Conover, Jr. James Cullen, Jr, I Ellis Bedell Dean, Ernest Leon Dickinson, Aifred Gildersleeve 4513, l George Derwent Hartley, Robert ,Cairns Hayden, Q William Chapin Hill QL. 59, MEMBERS. V RESIDENCE. Harzforzi. 12 64X 63N olcott Mendon, Ill. 49 Nowion, Mass. 24 WzZ!z?nan!zZ, Comz. 33 Collzkzgton, Mzi. 4 Hariford. 7 Cazko, Ill. 31 Cooperstown, N -Y. 20 Wziflzzkzgtofz, Del. Warrefz, IC. 1. Bnzz'Z!eooro', VI.. 44 Harzford. 1 W New Brznzswzkk, JV. f I3 C'zbzoz9z7zzz!z', O. I9 Norik Gzzzlford, Conn. 59 Essex, Comz. I4 Gz'!rz'ers!ee'oe, Conn. 4 Utzko,lN Y. . I5 Caldwell, N Y. . 43 fikzhzdelpkzkz, Pa, 3 A NAME. Charles Albert Horne, Louis fde Koven Hubbard, 1 Samuel Henry lobe, . Charles Judd, Charles Augustus Lewis, john Williams Lewis, Luke Vincent Lockwood, William Porter Niles, Burton Parker, Reginald Pearce, Henry Hubbard Pelton, Louis Desire Peugnet Cs.j, Henry Hulbert Porter, William Herman Rouse, Herbert Mendonhall Smith, Paris Becker Stauffer QSJ, William Croswell Doane Willson ,QL. s.j, George Hewson Wilson QSQ, Richard Henry Woienden, Thomas Henry Yardley Cs.j, RESIDENCE. ROOM Dover, Ni H. Mz2idZeZown,- Corzrz. New York Czhfyl Kent, Conn. New London, Come. New York Czkjf. Rztverszkie, Come. A Concord, N Harzford. Porfsmouih, R. L Mzkidleiown, Come. SZ. Louzlv, Mo. Unzonvfille, Come. Coooli, Come. Brzkigewozier, Come Moon! joy, Po. Lcznszrzgozzrgh, Ni Y Albany, N. Y. Noriiz Adamo, Mass Newport, R. I C297 FORMER MEMBERS. Henry Augustus Cary, New York Gly T11omaS Hale, Jr., - Pffmififffff N f . . ABBREVIATIONS. ' S. H., J. H., N. T., S., L. S., V L., K ' f30 Seabury Hall. Jarvis Hall. Northam Towers. Course in Science. Course in Letters Course in Letters. and Science , CB K9 CCD R, TERNITIE5 ' - - . I C315 df R Ag FOUNDED 1829. Elmifon GRCL-pier of 552312421 Q:-bi, ESTABLISH 1850. g . gpm lmappd cam-..cer8 of mpaa saefra pai, Es'rAB ED 1878. Qhfpfid .GRI Ggapfer. Of Qeffcfl 1?d.IapcL Eipsiforz EsTABusHEo 1879 ' 1 ' Qmefcs. Beret C5Rcqa1'er of QDQE Uprbworz, 1 ' ESTABLISH 1880. C325 . v - . THE IQQGAL FRATERNITY QF I. M K. H. Founnzb 1829. I - - AT - TRINITY ' GQLLEQE f33D 'a RAGTIVE EMEER5. - 0 '90 THEOWJORR MCEWEN HYDE GEORGE THORNTON XNARREN, 7 W . WILLIAM HENRY VVARREN, WARREN TLVICCONIHE, Q ' , I ROBERT .LEBLANC LYNCH. - 0 591 ARTHUR COLLINS GRAVES, JOHN ARTHUR HOLLY, IRENUS Ki'FTREDGE HAMILTON, HEYWARD SCUDDER, ' MARION RANDOLPH WRIGHT. 192. HARMON SHELDON GRAVES, JOHN PAINE, ROLAND HAWLEY MALLORY, V CHARLES EDXVARD TAYLOR, MALCOLMASTUART MCCONIHE, 1 E THOMAS MCKEAN, JR., WILLIAM FRANCIS QUICK. L93 9 WILLIAM FRENCH' COLLINS, LOUIS DESIRIE PIQVCNI-:'1'. I I C345 , I '52 I 5 , 3. WFP""' v I 2. 5 ff F i E. I x I ff.-T . ' . 1.1 ,4-4. - 1 1 2? ,Mini ' - ' 3' , . . P I + Ji Nm In 4 il. ini .' Q 4 i r . . 9 . '."'e .'?i 1' A - -1-f 'Q 'f 1 J' 1 ,L , - 'L '. Y. V . 4 Az: i . 1- f-. .4. "' . ,' T' . , w 1 . , -,- ,- 4 xv X4 w ' Q -L . - 1, .J-I J 1 1 X . 1 , J J 4' x. IV, .va .U 4 1 . 1: s .vt .: 1 9 rw , ,yr I f , v an . H: 'P 1 P , A -y x R . '- Ulu .11 y 1' .ks..: A '.,f.- 'f-, ,,., f-. .g. , . 'ivy' ff? - Lil... J-. 5 .-Y.. 1' x -Tn, . 9 L. .4 . .XI x 'x"'f 1 'Vnxxix' xy ix fl I xl Lg- L , Luv. ' x . I 'P' YT'-1f'y'l5!,,'Le1g ' . , f 1 4 .ii .A 2 x , -be Z A .2 Ja 7 A W,- 1 .E 'Q . 3 , ,.,. 'L . J 5,1 if .4 ...f V Q B -Z i. I f 5 ,- E x. 2 'fa fi N.. 9 , 1. V ,.1., 'J' . ' 1 , . .1 .f'- W L '-W ., . gn ' f Y 'v ,J I.. - I .-r-, , 1 . r x T x 4,4 1. 1 1 3 .X .Y ,f 1 21- 1 ,. - .fif- NQZ Sr . -X'-K '4 ' q ,J U HH W K fwf vo P s 1 N35 W N V A , u 5 f Lk' Q Aww ' X W7 1 1, -Q 1. 3. X , .x , 5.1 ,- . Lu, . ' o, NA .1 ,.. xf, W, , fi if 11 . A .5- 4, 'v , v f. x ll al . E377 M, ,r L L FRATRES IN REE . HON. D. W. PARDEE. '40 C. R. CHAPMAN, '47 ' C. NGRAVES, '50 ' C. J. HCADLY, '51 i W. A.. M. WAINWRIGHT, M.D. 76 . ' 'A . 1 f ' J. H. BRGCKLESBY ' A UWM. C. BROCKLESBY, '69 ' ARTHUR K. BROCKLESBY, '70. J. W. GRAY, '72, W. C. SKINNER, '76. - A 1 ' C. W. BEACH, 's0. A 35 V V: 'v Q 1 i X e 4 x GQRRQRATIQN. ---,L-L1-1--,-......1-. President. I-ION. JGHN TURNER WAIT, LL.D. I Secretary. , L WILLIAM DENISON MORGAN, M.D. Treasurer. WILLIAM A. My WAINWRIGHT, M.D. REV. THOMAS GALLAUDET, D.D., I HON. CHARLES RICHARD CHAPMAN, CHARLES EMMETT GRAV ES 'JOHN HENRY -- STEVENS QUICK, WILVLIAM CLAIBORNE ISROCKLESBY, JOHN WATKINSON GRAY, REV. JOHN HUMPHREY EARBOUR WILLIAM .CONVERSE SKINNER, EDWARD MANSFIELD SCUDDER. 36 J I. K.. A. Abbot, C. W., '49, 'tAbbott, J. P., '49, Adams, G. Z., '39, 'tAdams, J. R., ,4Q. Allen, E. -T., '41, Andrews, C. M.,.,'84. 'tAnistaki, J., '37, - 'f'Ashe, J. B., ,3O. 9tBackus, C. A., '52, Bacon, J. W., '46, -. Bakewell, J., '59, Barbour, J. H., '73. Barclay, R., '80, Bartlet, H. P., '72, 'tBayard, W. H., '41, +tBayley, J. R., '35, Beach, E, S., '83, A Beach, G. W., '80, Belden., N. M., '48, 9tBenton, M. F., '58, Bond, J.,',4O. ' 'tBondurant, W. E., '63, Bowman, C. W., '87, 'tBrainard, N, L., '45. 'tBrander,' H. M., '45. 'tBrandt, L., 749. 'tBrewer, W. L., '38, Brinley, E.'H,', '49, Brinley, P., I47. Brocklesby, A. K., ' Brocklesby, J. H., '65, Brocklesby, W. C., '69, +Bf0wne11, T. sg, '35, "Buchanan, J., '53, Bull, w. '39, 'tButler,- M. -N., '44, 'tCaldwell, C. E., '82, I Raeazati 5 EMBERS -f 437 'tCampbell, C. I., '3o. Carpenter, J. S.,',79. Carpenter, J. T., '88, Carpenter, R. HL, '81, Chapin, D. D., '56, Chapin, W. M., '74, . Chapman, C. R., '47,- Clapp, F., '55. Clark, A. M., '77. Clark, E. S., '65, Clarke, R. ,M,, ,45. Clement, P. W., '68, Coggeshall, G. A., '65, Cogswell, W. S., '61, 'tComstock, jg' C., '38, Conyngham, C, M., '59 Cossitt, P. S., ,45. ' 'tCowling, R. O., '61, 'tCurtis, W. E., '43, Daves, G., '57, Davies, W. G., '6o. ttDeForrest, G. A., '55, 'tDeLancy, T. J., ,4O. Delano, F. R., '65, Deming, W. C., '84, DeZeng, E., ,4O. , +tDick, J. M., '54, ' Dirickson, L, L., ,4'I. 'tDorsey, W. H, I., '36, Downes, L, T., '48, Driggs, T. I., '48, 9tDyer, A., ,7O. Erwin, J. B., '76, Erwin, R. G., 774. 'tFaXon, E., 747. 'tFerrill, W. C., '78, Foote, I., ,42. 9fFranklin, E. C., '54. ifGadsden, C. E., '5o. fGadsden, A-', ,50- Gallaudet, B. B., '8o.. Gallaudet, T., ,42.4 +Gardner, H. G., '65. A Gowen, F. C., '8z. "Gordon, O. K., '58. Graves, C. E., "5o.' Graves, G., '49. Gray, J. W., ,72. - fHale, C. F., '47. . "fHa1e, C. S., '62. fHa1sey, A., ,37. 9PHami1ton,-H. C., '51. Hardee, C. H.,-'8I. fHarris, T. L., '41, . fHasel1, B. D., '49, fHasel1, L. C., '5o. - Hawley, F. M., '61, 'fHazlehurst, G. H., '42.' Hazlehurst, J. W., '5I. Hazlehurst, R., '41. 9tHenry, J. F., ,34. Hewlett, S. H., ,74. Heydecker, H. R., '86 'fHeyWard, j'.'F., '48, Hoadly, C. I., '51. Hollister, J. B., '84.' "tHopson, E. C., '64. Hopson, G. B., '57. Horton,.P. A., '68, Hotchkiss, C. E., '82. Hovey, H. E., '66. flngalls, T., '52. jackson, R. E., '45, fjarvis, J. S., '57. if-Iohnson, E. P., '65. johnson, W. F., '66, lejones, C. H., '35, . d'Kellogg, H. L., '36, 'l'Ker, J., '43, ' 33 +fKing, H. W., '36- 9fLarnbert, D., '36- Lansing, C. A., '66- Leaken, W. R., '80- 9fLeRoy, A. N., ,4.2. LeRoy, J., '69- LeRoy, T. 0-, '42- Lilienthal, H., -'86. Mack, E., '71, Mallory, G. S., '58, 'fMallory, H., '60, Marble, F.4P., '8z. 9'Marshal1, J., ,42. Mason, A. T., '81.- 9'MattheWson, J., '46, MCConihe, A., '89. 9+MoIntosh,-J. H., '53. MoKennan, J. D., '76. MoLernore,A M. C., '89 99Meeoh, H. I., ,42. Miel, E. DeF., '88, Millard, A. B., '36. 9tMiller, N., '47. Moffett, G. H., 78. Moore, C. E., '76. Moore, D. S., '64. Morgan, G. B., 770. Morgan, W. D., '72. 9'Morgan, W. F., '35. Morrill, C. A.,"67. "Mowry, D. S.,- '67. Nelson, H., '87. Nelson,W. B.,."81. Nicholls, G. H., '39 'fNicl1ols, R. W., '33. Noyes, A. H., '89.: Olmsted, W. B., '87. Olmsted, J. F., '84. Overfield, J. L., '55, Pardee, D. -W,, '40, Parks, S. H., '8z. 'C'Paine, R. T., '32, 7 Q H.. 5 5 4 . --M er- . , , ... ..-...-1 , ,N A 'tPayne, W., '61, 'fPeake, C. F., '42, A Peck, T. M., '8o. Peck, W. E., '71, V iiPerkins, L. H., 734.8 - Peters, G, E., '5o. 'tPhelps, I. S., '32, Proctor, C. H., '73, I Quick, J. H. S., '58, Richardson, L. W., 773. Richardson, RL 'D., '71, Ripley, P., ,47. A Robertson, J. A., 754. Rodgers, G. W., '87, Rodgers, R, E. L., '87 "Rogers, R. C., -'45, Rowland, E., '57, "Sargent, G. D., '51, Sawyer, J, L., '5o. Scott, E. G., '57, Scudder, C. D., '75. Scudder, E. M., 777. 'tScudder, H, J., '46, ' 'tScudder,- T., '54. Scudder, W 89 Sedgwick, 'W. R., '84, Shannon, J. W., '87, 'fSherman, H. B., '38, Sherman, H. M., '77. 'tSherwood, W. B., '36, Shipman, P. W., '82, Short, W. B., '67, 7 -7 4 "Singletary', G. E. B., '49, Skinner, W. C., '76, Small, E. F., 774. "Smith, C. H., '36, . Smith, J. H., '74. "Smyth, J. W., '52, Starr, J., '56. "Starr,,S,, '29, Stedman, R. IS., '63, WStirling, W. H., '44. WStone, I, A., '44. PF Deceased. 4395 Stone, L. H., '87,- Stoughton,'N.'C,, '38, 'tSumner, A. E., '61, A Sutton, E. B., '76, 'fTaylor, F. L., '43, 'iTaylor, W. F., '44. "Terry, C. E., '51, u ifThomas, G."'H., '41, Thompson, H. W., '83 Todd, C. J., '55, Tolles, W. A., '46. 'tTracey,'W, D., '42, itTracey, J, R., '39, 'fTudor, H. B., '5o. Turner, J. H., '38, Van'Zandt, C. C., '51, ttVan Zandt, W., '29, "Varley, C. D., '41, ' wainwrigm, w. A. M. Wainwright, F. C., '88 Wait, J, T., '35, Warner, L. F., '85, 'tWarren, E, I., '8o. Warren, J. M., '32, "Warren, W. H., '34, itWaring, C. M., '36, , Washburn, L. C., '81, Way, J. A., '37, ttWebb, E. C., '75. Webb, W. E., '40, Webb, W. W., '82, Welch, L. E., '86, 'White, J, G., '54. White, R. A., '81, Wiggin, 'A. H., '68, Wolcott, F. H., '86, 'tWolcott, S. G., '47, '+Wood, H, S., '71, Woodbury, T. C., '71, Woodworth, F. A., '80, Woodward, G, A., '55, Wright, A. E., '89, 111'- HE 1 FRATERNITY - GF ALPHA, DELTA, EPs1LoN IoTA, LAMBDA PHI, 1 ELTA " '51 . Founozo IN 1847 At Columbia College and tiI1'liVGI'SilX ef New CVGPI1 Rom. OF CHAPTERS. , 1 7. ' UPSILON, . SIGMA, TAU, cfm . '...-. .- Columbia College. University ' of Pennsylvania. Trinity College. University of Rochester. Williams College. University of Mississippi. University of Virginia. Sheiiield Scientific School of Yale University. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. , sv 3'1" ' P! .f-.V V uf f' i . A1111 "' w v I n L 4 nz ' Q A .0 5' ' 5' U L, A , ' , , - f 'L Q . 1 J I .X I 5 , w,'g.,..-J: .Eg ,, K r 4 if X f-,df 12.1, :..j . Q. 1 .f ' 1 " p " " , lg. .. . L x,. 1.5. 1 . , f 1 I .x sp A . - , ,A .,-,-- .1. - . Li . 3.1. 1:1-1 --r , r Q .. -,qv x.r, -.yy-,X1 '1 -.1-Q.-. R. .. --4 .1 - . Nu V, e "'fi4'w-.w . ., ,w.,,5,.,'l mu... Cv ..,LT,. 14. .N L --if n, mOr'f.r' x.:,xL x, w . ,l.,. wjjl LT? VR, "SNR" 1 ,Q E, r .,., , ,-.1-Jn EH I , li si .1 1 nr V ,ring i ful! ,E 'A.,E.n ,. LIZ " f f -Y 4F"f:"5 ' ' A ' E- l fl' 4 fd EESIRON CHARTER, - , ACTIVE MEMBERS. THOMAS MCLEAN, FRANK ROOSEVELT, ROBER'l' HABERSHAM COLEMAN, SIDNEY TROWBRIDGE MILLER. STRATHEARN HENDRIE. X0 190 WILLIAM ELIPHALET ADAMS BULKELEY, GEORGE THURSTON MACAULEY, EDWARD MCPHERSON MCCOOK. EDWARD BRONSON FINCHQ, 9 91 . IRVING THOMAS SMITH, FREDERICK REED HOISINGTON, CHARLES HOOKER TALCOTT. JOHN RUSSELL BACON, CLARENCE LOINES HALL, EDWVARDA GARDNER LEWIS, A J CHARLES EDNVIN STANTON ALLEN, CHARLES CLARENCE BARTON, JOHN CHARLES BULKELEY, ROBERT CAIRNS HAYDEN, , WILLIAM 6 , 0 '92 WILLIAM OSGOOD ORTON, ISAAC DAW RUSSELL, A ' ALEXANDER HAMILTON SIBLEY, CHRISTOPHER TROWBRIDGE. 9 7 93 WILLIAM CHAPIN HILL, JR., CHARLES AUGUSTUS LEWIS, JOHN WILLIAMS LEWIS, BURTON PARKER, CROSWELL DOANE WILLSON. C419 GRAnaATE MEMBERS SF THE E1Ds1LoN CHAPTER Auyn, A. W., '61s Appleton, C. A-, ,32- Appleton, E- D-, ,30- Appleton, H- C-,, '85- Atkinson, J. G., 64- Barnwell, R. W-, '72- "'Barnwell, S. E-, '72- Barton, C. C., '69. Beckwith, C. M., '88. Beers, G. E., '86- Benedict, L. LeG., '88, Bibb, W. A., '75. Blackwell, J., Jr., '66. Bliss, G. H., '64. Bohlen, D. M., '82, 7 Bowen, A., '63. Brainerd, J. B., '82, Brandegee, J. E., '74. itBrandegee, L. C., '77. Breckenridge, A. E., '70 9tBreese, H. L., 757. Brigham, H. H., '76. Brown, T. M., '64, 'tBuckingham., W. B., '69 Burr, W. H., '78. Butler, W., '58. Cady, C., '6o. Carter, C. L., '54, 'tCenas, B. C., '56. Chapin, F. W., '7Q. - Chapin, W. V., '78, Chapman, T. B., '8o. Cheever, J. D., Jr., 81. Clark, J. W., '63. ' 'iClemson, T. G., '56, Clifford, S. W., '68, ' Clyde, W. P., '62. Coleman, R. H., '77. Comfort, B. F., '89. Cookson, F. M., '61, 'f'Coxe, J. N., '55, Crane R Curtis, . R., '80, Curtis, G. M., '8o. Curtis, R. H., '68, Curtis, W. E., '75, itDarrell, A. S., '59. 'iDayton, W. B., '56, , . M., '55, F --l-4 42 Deal, jg A., '72, deForest, J. G-, 32- DeRossett, A. L-, 62- , 'tDeRossett, E. S., '64- Devendorf, G. S-, '55- DuBois, G. M., '74- DuBois, H. O., '76. Edson, S., '55- Edwards, A. N., '76. Elbert, W. N., '79- Elton, J. P., '88- Elwell, G. E., '7O. Fisher, T. R., '62. Fitz Gerald, F., '89. Fordney, T. P., '62. Fuller, J. R., '7O. 'tFuller, S. G., '58. Fuller, S. R., '70, Gardner, C. H., '-70. Gibson, B. S., '69. 'tGlazier, T. C., '6o. Goodspeed, J. H., '66. itGoodwin, G. H., '62. Graham, C. M., '59. Grannis, F. O., 773. Greene, J. H., '9I. Haight, F. E., '87. Hall, A. C., '88, Hall, F. DeP., '7S. Hallett, W.,T., '62. Harding, N., '73. Harraden, F. S., '67. Harris, W. R., '58. itHartshorne, E. M., '56 Hazlehurst, G. A., '79 Henderson, E. F., '82. Hendrie, S., '87. Hill, G. H., '91, Hitchings, H. B., '54, Hoffman, C. F., '51. Holbrooke, G. O., '69. Holbrooke, S., '67. Hotchkin, S. F., '56, Hull, A. S., '66. Ingersoll, G. P., '83, 'tJardine, H. D., '68, Jarvis, S. F., Jr., '39, Jennings, A. B., '61, Kane, G., '75. 'tKerr, E. L., '55, 9iKirby, W., '65, Knoblock, A. F., '55, 'tLamson, ,W., '56, Lawrence, C. V., '56, 'tLeacock, J. H., '58, +tLewis, E. B., '65, Lewis, J. I., '62, Lewis, S. S., '61, itLewis, T. C., '71, Lewis, W. H., '65, Lincoln, F. T., '76. Lincoln, G. W., '75. Mackay, W. R., '67, Martindale, H. S., '79, McClory, H., '51, McCollough, D. H., '73, McCouch, H. G., '75. McLean, T., '75. . ' , H., '80, Miller Miller, P. S., '64, Miller, S. T., '85, WMines, F. S., '64, Mines, J. F., '54, Morgan, B. T., '61, Morse, J. F., '66, Murra , A. S. r, 7 y , I . ' 1. Murray, F. W., Yale, '77, Murray, R., '73, Nelson, R, H., '8o. Nichols, G. G., '67, 'tNorris, E. C., '61, Norris, H., '63, , Norton, F. L.,"68, Nott, R. H., '71, Owen, F. W., '84, Padgett, P., '76. 'tPalmer, C. C., '51, Parsons, H., '83, Parsons, J. R., jr., '81, Pattison, G. B., '81, Paxson, H. C., '51, Pearce, J, S., '62, 'tPeck, D. L., '62, Perkins, G. E., '81, 'tPierce, H. H., '58, NPinckney, F. S., '62, Platt, Chas., jr., '75. Platt, Clayton, '74, Platt, W. A., 775, Potter, A. H., '92, Read, H. P., '84, '1'Deceased. 'f435 Roosevelt, F., '83, Russell, F. G., '8o. Russell, H., '84, Rutherford, H: V., '76, Scott, H. B., '78, Sheldon, W. C., Jr., '82. 'tShreve, W. I., '83, Smallwood, S. B., '63, 'iSmith, H. S., '62, 'iSmith, I, S., '64, Smith, I, T., '91, Smith, R. H., '69, Smith, W. G. W., '71, Stark, B., jr., '79, Stark, W, M., '75. 'tStedman, T, W., '74, 'tSteele, H. D., '51, 'tStevens, S., '65, 'tStillwell, R. M., '70, , Strong, C. M., '64, Strong, QI. R., '82, Sumner, C. A., '56, Swenson, E. P., '75. Swenson, S. A., '81, Talcott, A. B., '90, Thompson, H, R., '87, Thompson, S. C., ,72. Thorne, N. D., '71, Thorne, R., '85, Totten, C..A. L., '69, Trowbridge, S, B. P., '83 Underhill, G. B., '73, Van Zile, E. S., '84, Vibbert, H. C., '68, Vibbert, W. H., '58, Wanzer, C., '66, Waterman, L., '71, Waters, G. S., '87, 'tWatson, W. C., '63, Watts, E. B., '73, Whistler, W. G. McN., '57 'tWhi'te, F. W., '78, Wilcox, F. L., '8o. VVilcoX, F. P., '8o. Wildman, T, G., '57, Williams, C. C., '71, Williams, C. G., '8o. Wilmerding, H., '81, Winkley, R. L., '79, Woodin, W. R., '58, Woodruff, E. H., '82, Wright, G. E., 774. Young, A. M., '82, HE - FRATERNITY ' CDF- HAMILTON, COLUMBIA, YALE, . 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THEODORE LATHROP HCHERITREE, l JOHN .STOCKTON TJITTELL, GILBERT PAYSON COLE-MAN, WILLIAM HARRY CHICHELE PYNCHON, ROBERT HAMILTON HUTCHINS, PHILIP SMITH. 5 91. ARTHUR LESLIE GREEN, GEORGE' NEWELL HAMLIN, EDWARD RUTLEDGE LAMPSON, . JOHN FIELDS PLUMB, DAVID VAN SCHAACK. ' 7 , J 92. SAMSON ALMY, FREDERIC BEECHER. FULLER, EDWARD ALEXANDER' DINGWALL, ' HUGH KIDDER, ' A - ERNEST RANDALL. I 9 93. CARTER LEE BOWIE, JAMES CULLEN, JR., LAWSON AVERELL CARTER, ERNEST LEON DICKINSON, HENRY AUGUSTUS CARY, LUKE VINCENT LOCKWOOD, CLARKE CHURCHMAN, GEORGE HEWSON WILSON. f455 GRADHATE MEMBERS SF THE PHI KAPPA CHAPTER F Anclrews, R., '53. Applegate, O., jr., '87. Armstrong, D. Ie, '53- Barber, W. W., '88. . I Barto, R. V., '82. Bellinger, E. B., 72. Bixby, R. F., '7o. Blackmer, W. C., '78. A Boardman, W. H., '85.r Boardman, W. J., '54.' Booth, T. R., '52. ' Bowman, J. P., '53. 'tBrainard, E. W., ,42. Brainard, J., '51, Brainard, I. M., '84. Brownell, H. B., '88. Bryan, W., '75.' Bryant, P. S., ,7O. I "fBulkeley, C. E., '56, - Buxton, J. B., '72, Buxton, J. C., ,73 Cameron, J. I. H., '79, Cameron, L., '86, Capron, A., '45, Carter, B. M., '82. Carter, C. H., '82. Carter, G. C., '87. Carter, J. R., '83, Chase, F., ,52. Cheshire, J. B., '69, Chipman, G. C., 745. 9tChipman, G. S., '78. Chrystie, T. M. L., '63 Church, S. P., ,4I. Clark, A. F., '75. Codman, A., '85. Coe, G. J., ,74. I, Coit, C. W., '82. rconlain, H. H., '3s. Cooke, G. L., '7o. Cooke, O. D., ,44. Cowl, M. L., '83. Crane, T., '45, Crocker, H. D., '84, Crosby, D. G., '51, cufriss, H. C., 'sr N DTQHG, H. M,, '52, Elliott, H., '72, F1sher, R. '56 Flagg, E O, '48 Fla g J B 46 Flower S 45 Foote C E Freelanol C W 81. 95Geer G I 424 Gilmore A P 74 Goodwm I 86 Gooclwm W W 88 9"Goodwyn W S Gordon T H 47 . Graham H C 6 I Graham J' 7 Gr1sWold B H Hagar W C 7Q Ha G R 42 Haml1n A C 87 Hardmg A 7Q Hatch E B 86 Hays I MCC 86 Hays W W 58 Hazlehurst G B 77 4Heath I F 38 Henshaw C H 52 H1ester I 76 H115 G M 47 H1 s I D 78 47 H1 s,G H,'84 H1 s, R, ,84 Holcomb B' T SQ Holley W W 61 +Hooff J L 46 Hooker S Hooper G G 6 Howell G Hubbell J 9PHumphrey F Hunter C Huntmgton Huntmgton Hu11t111gton Huntmgton Huntmgton Huntmgton Huske I H K 7 W RW 4 H 4 77 Ingersoll C M 39 rlves A M 56 Qfjacobs E C 55 james C 6 JELTVIS R W H 48 fjewett P A 37 ffliennedy F 68 rK1rtland J 7 iflineeland G 8 Kurtz C M 83 K, 51 RATRES IN' REE. Rev. Prof. ISBON T.A BECKNVITH, Ph.D., Yale, '68. Hon. EDWARD B. BENNETT, Yale, '6O. CHARLES H. BUNCE, Yale, '6O. PERCY S.' BRYANT, Phi Kappa Hon. DAVID S. CALHOUN, Yale, '48. C. S. CHAPIN, Middletown, '8O. FRANK W. CHENEY, Brunonian, '54. I A GEORGE H. DAY, Geneva,A'73. HORACE S. FULLER,'NI.D., Amherst, '58. XROBERT E. DAY, Yale ARTHUR L. GILLETT, Amherst, '8O. n CHARIQES E. GROSS, Yale, '69. JAMES GOODNVIN, Phi Kappa, '86. H - CHARLES E. HAS'l'INLlS, Hamilton, '88, - PANETT EDWARD B. HA'l'CH, Phi Kappa, '86, M. HASTINGS, M.D., Hamilton FREDERICK .VAN H. HUDSON, Dartmouth, '6O. Rev. JOHN T. HUN1'ING'l'ON, Phi Kappa, '5O.' ALVIN P. HYDE, Yale, '45. RICHARD W. H. JARVIS, Phi Kappa, '48 LEONARD MORSE, Amherst, '7I. JOHN C. KINNEY, Yale, 'Revg THOMAS R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D., Phi Kappa, ,4I. V ROBER1' H. SCHHTZ, Phi Kappa, '89. Rev. STORRS O. SEYMOUR, Yale, ,57. ' Hon. NA'l'HAN1EL SHIPMAN, Yale, '48. Rev. WILDER SMITH, Yale, ,57. Hon. GEORGE G. Sill, Yale, 1 Rev. SAMUEL M. STILES, Middletown, '6O. SAMUEL B. NIELANCTHON STORRS, M.D., Yale, '52. ST. JOHN, M.D., Yale, '66. HENRY E. TAINTOR, Yale, '65, V n 7 4495 E. D. VAN GIESEN, Williams HE ' FRATERNITY - QF ' n " 1 P1-11, . Tl I 1-:'1'.-1, Xl, . Slim.-1, . Psi, . U1's11.oN, Cm, . Bl'1'1':X, . .LXl.l'llA, K,x1'1ux, ETA, . Limnlnix, Pi, . Io'1'.-x, . AL1'11,x Palm-1 Oxucxox, E11s11.0N, Ruo, . NU, . TAL, . Mr, . B1-:ini Pm, Pm Cul, Psi Pm, G:X5lhieX P111, Psi OMEGA., Bm.-x CHI, Dl'il.'l':X CHI, P111 Ginm.-x, Bm:-x Bm.-1, Tm:'r.1 ZET.-X, A.L1'lfIA CHI, Pm EPSILUN, Gexmm, FOUNDED IN 1844 AT YALE UNIVERSITY. ' ROLL OF CHAPTERSQ Yale University, . L Bowdoin College, Colby University, . Amherst College, ' . University of Alabama, Brown University, . . University of Mississippi, . . University of 'North Carolina, Harvard University, .' . Miami University, . . University of Virginia, Kenyon College, . Dartmouth College, . Central University, ' . Middlebury College, . University of Michigan, V Williams Collefre ' Lafayette ce115ge, f' I . College of the City of New York, Hamilton College, . . . Madison University, . . ' University of Rochester, . . Rutgers College, , . . 1 De Pauw Universit y, . . Wesleyan University, . . . Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute . f Adelbert College, , , 1 ' Cornell Universityg , , A Syracuse University, Columbia College, . University of California, ' . 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'wA'7 : :Q ,,...'+.. ?..xrJ-bxhbxvj .'A.' , ,,!,mjLT,7 f:chm1v kv ' 1 I HLX, .1 .UfQJ5fp f ' . 1 Y 1 'fvw Hui: 1 ss- ',:.'1g1. .1 .:si3i11iQ, - - n -1 ,Q ' . 1 1344 1844 i544 i345 TIF? li-w .T 13-5.1 3550 lfiG LSQ1 1315 55.3-f. -'--'3- 1:22 ISQQ ...q3-, ffni 'nfl' 1533 wa-: 1Q" '33 . TSQ7 181: . 'N ' ibiu ISCQ 1556 N. ihiig XT, 1FU! ESQQ 1867 E507 X508 ?5jQ 133: ISH4 lfqffvy EGTA ,I 'nr'x' 1FDQ .X 1533 ' x ' x ,J-.11 ' 'f-1 "'1'Jw ui A W JQEHUQ W Q Q QIGXQ1 D L8 mug IIH l11'lXlIXl S E' E' .1 uf E Z E 5 5 5 E x ii '1 S E. 5 LPHPI 'HI 'HAl9TER. ACTIVE ,IVIENIB-ERS.. I 590. CLIFFORD STANDISH GRISWOLD. 191. JOHN BIRD BURNHAM, ELIAS BOUDINOT STOCKTON, WILLIAM HOOPEIQ COSTER, THEODORE PAYNE TI-IURSTON 'VVGILLIAM HUGH MCCULLOCH, GEORGE HERHANN -VVRIGI-IT, VICTOR COE FEDERSEN, VVILLIAM GEORGE VVRIGHT. J . 92. NELSON HOWARD BISHOP, GORDON IJALL, I ALBERQT CRABTREE, GTIS GRANT HAMMOND, GEORGE HERBERT FRENCH, CHARLES AMOS JOHNSON, IULIAN ELROY RABISDELL. ,915 ROBERT PECK BATES, CHARLES ALBERT HORNE. C515 ! GRADHATE lVXE-MEI-:RS 'QF TEE PIIIPHIA CEI GHAPTER- .-XNIII-LRSON, fXl.l-ZXANIJICR HOPKINS, '37- ' , , , BARROWS, JOHN CHESTER, 8O. . , ' BARROWS, WILLIAM STANLEY, 84 BENTON, XVILLI.-XM LANE HAl-L, '39- - ' ' BIDWELL, LAXYSON BREWER, '30- - BIDWELL, WALTER DAVIDSON, '31 A BIRIISALI., PAUL, '36, , A BLACK, HARRY CAMPBELL, 8O. ' ' ' , ' BREWER, SEABURY DOANE, '82 BROWN, GEORGE ISRAEL, '88. ' I U , BURTON, RICHARD EUGENE, '83, CHAPMAN, THOMAS' BION, '83. COOK, CIIARLES SMITH, '8I. . A COSTER, MARTYN- KERFOOT, '87. ' 7 'N COWLES, ARTHUR WOODRUFF, SI WD.-ILYCIAIEY, NATHAN FOLLIN, '85. - - DEUEL, CHARLES EPHRAIM, '87. , ' EASTMAN, ROGER CHARLES, '88. FIEMINII, DAVID LAW, '8o. MGOODRICH, WILLIAM SLOO, '82. GRAFFX, HENRY ADDISON, '86. ' GRINT, ALFRED POOLE, '8I. , HAh'IILTON, CHARLES ANDERSON, '82. g HOLDEN, SEAVER MILTON, '82. I-IUIIIIARD, XVILLIAM STIMPSON, '88. - JOHNSON, EDWIN COMSTOCK, 2D, '88. - LEAF, EDWARD BOWMAN '85. , . 3 , . LINSLEY, ARTHU11 BEACH, 82. f LOOMIS, HIRAM BENJAMIN, '85. LOVERIDGE, HENRY CLARENCE, '8o. BfI'l'Cl-II-ILL, SAMUEL SMITH, '85, ' ' PURDY, CHARLES EDWARD, '88. , I REINEMAN, ADOLPH WILLIAM, '8I. REINEMAN, ROBERT' THEODORE, '83, ' REMINGTON, CHARLES HAZZARD, '89. , . ROGERS WELLINGTON AM ' bTlJART, ALBERT RHETT, JR., '88. ' I ES' 80' ' STUART, WILLIAM CLARKSON, '88. - ' , - WALKER WILLIAM D ' YV.-XTERS, CHARLES THOBIAS, '87. ' . Y UNDAS, 82' VVHEELER, FRANCIS MELVILLE, '83. I WILLIAMS FRANCIS GOODWI ' ' XX RIGHT, ARTHUR HEXRX', '83, , N' 89' , ,Deceased WRIGHT, BOARDMAN 89. C525 , ' RATRES IN HRBE. H. C. ADAMS, Williams, '86. D WILLIAM A. AYERS, Yale, '64. ' SAMUEL A. BARRET, Dartmouth, '83. YVILLIAM T. BACON, M.D., Yale Hon. YVILLIAM C. CASE, Yale, ,57.' SAMUEL B. COIT, Lafayette, '86, , ' AT'WOOD COLLINS, ARTI-IUII VV. COWLES, Trinity, '8I. ' 'CHARLES H. CLARK, Yale, '7I. Yale, '73. FRANCIS R. COOLEY, Yale .FREDERICK W. .Davis, Yale, ,77. E. HART FENN, Yale, ,7Q. THOMAS A. DAY, Yale, '86. Hon. HARRISON B. FREEMAN, Yale, '62. ' Col. JACOB L. GREENE, University of Michigan ' DANIEL -R. ,HowE, Yale, '74. FRANK- E. HYDE, Dr. P. HENRY INGALLS, Bowdoin, ,77. Rev. A. S. KAYANAGH, WILLIAM L. TWATSON, LL.B., Yale, '62. Yale, ,7Q. WILLIAM W. HYDE, Yale, '76.' Wesleyan, '84. HENRY KINGMAN, Colby , O. W. MEANS, Bowdoin, '84. CHARLES H. OWEN, LL.B., Yale, '6o. VVALTER C. PRATT, Adelbert, '85. Q I. 1 Rev. EDWIN P. PARKER, Bowdoin, '56. n ' SAMUEL O. PRENTICE, Yale, 773. Hon. WILBERT W. PERRY, Yale F. C. ROBERTSON, Amherst, ,73. FREDERICK J. SHEPHARD, Yale, ,73. A EUGENE L. SMYTH, CLINTON F. STEPHENS, R. P. I., '68. LUCIUS C. RYCE, Yale, '86. Brown, '8o. n PIERRE S. STARR, M.D., Yale, JOHN M. YIXAYLOR, Williams, '67. ' ARTHUR TITCOMBE, Wesleyan, '84. JOHN D. TUCIQER, Yale, '61, . CHARLES L. WAY, C 53 D Yale, '85, ARCHIBALD A. WELCH, Yale, 7 , '- HE - FRATERNITY - QF g THETA, DELTA, BETA, . SIGMA, GAMMAC, ZETA, . LAMBDA, KAPPA, Psi, XI, . UPSILON, IoTA, . PHI, . PI, CHI, . BETA BETA, . ETA, . PSI PSILGN FOUNDED INV 1833 AT tdmeui Gemnisn. A ROLL OF CHAPTERS. , . V . Union College. University ,of the City- Yale University. Brown University. Amherst College. Dartmonth College. Columhia College. A .Bowdoin College., . Hamilton College. I I ' W.esleyan University. of New York ' University of Rochester. Kenyon College. University of 'Q Michigan. V Syracuse University. Cornell University. Trinity College. , Lehigh University. 4541. Q 'S 1 r -f .9 "7" , L T..-.af "T'f- 'F' .,., W 1-syn f-Q ---...- -. 7 . f, i- I r, 1, .- ..-M , I :J 1-.. -1 - v . ? 1 'H , ,Q Ui. 'Sf-!'?. 1,,Li.f-V 'X A ,. YPA.. Q F-11 kk., !,f.L N. . l L 'Q ' R . 4 , , 11 . -A ,1 .- A A ' ,fl .Ml 5 ,, 1, w 1 '1 . fi hi W . fl '1 ,gg ' f P. 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' 'H ill x. , 1,3 :V ' ' 11 X ' mx , X L l' L I . in . 1 1 1-,X XXI l,'Vgx7k 4.21 :ii . f 1- U 4- .1 gi -L x,q.,:.lv ', WWHM IV. ,QU K 'S - ffif ":"'A 552. ' M v- . A V, nh, A-,Q .wig N, 5311 5 'f will 4 :QE f A fi , . , . Q ' K .,., l if S., v I Y W" 'fiz ,5gQs 5529 . , : .Sh-..,. 2557 f+ . X'xW3 Q QM m- if ' :I '55 5 ff? 'Z ABJESAQJ4 ' ' . :ff-5' e XS- '- X ,,.- , . E " "' Nix fa- . - - -.im ,, .X ' J 479' Lg? ,Q ,iv X L , ,,, :GEF 1 'A ' if-25:5 Q XX I :S ' f, FX X g A , xx -r L 1- vi N 5 1 5 f '. Q 1 1 X. X si W if f G Q: . ii. A A , 'Ar ll .Q H jf X wif ' ,mfg :-f 4 ET ET ' HAPTER. I ACTIVE IVIENIBERS. ROBERT MCCLELLAND BRADY, ERASTUS BRAINARD BULKELEY, RIVERIUS MANNING LUTHEE, VVILLIAM CLEVELAND HICIQS, IR., HERBERT PARRISH, THOMAS LANGDON ELWYN, THADDEUS WELLES GOODRIDGE, ELIJAH KENT HUBBAIQD, JR., GEORGE IJERXVENT I'IAR'1'LEY, V, LOUIS DEKOVEN HUBBARDQ 90. w 'WILLIAM PRESEEY, . U GEORGE WINTHROP SARGENT, JOHN VVILLIAMS. 191. ERNEST ALBERT PRESSEY, LUCIEN WATERMAN- ROGERS. 192. 1 ROLLIN SANFORD SALTUS, JAMES ARCHIBALD TURNBUL THOMAS HENRY YARDLEY. 195. WILLIAM PORTER NILES, HENRY HUBBARD PELTON. 559 L GRADHATE MEMBERS QE TEE BETA BETA 1tAlexander, H. YV., 757. Backus, B. E., ,7O. Bailey, M. K., '79. Baldwin, L. B., '6o. Barbour, H. M., ,7O. , Beardsley, VV. A., 'S7. '3tBeaupillier, A. L., '56a Beckwith,-J. VV., '52. Benedict, S., '47. Benjamin, 'W. H., '57. 'f'Betts, H., '44. . Birokhead, W. H., '61. Bishop, H., '61. Blair, W. R., ,75. Bolles, E. C., '55. '+Bostwick, H. P., '46. Bostwick, W. L., '51. Bowdish, T., '73. 130-zvlas, H., Y20. Boylston, C. VV., '78. Bredin, W. S., '8o. Brevoort, E. R., '68. Brewer, A. L., '53. itBridge, I., '47. Brinley, G. M., '88. Brofzswz, Ill., 152. "'Brown, T. M., '5o. Brown, J. E., '83. Brundage, R. B., '78, Buffington, J., 775. Burlington, O., '7o. Bulkley, C. C., ,75. Bulkley, VV. H., ,73. Bull, FQ S., '91. Bull, XV. A., '91. Bull, A. B., '59. Burgwin, G. C., ,72. Burgwin, H. K., ,77. Burgwin, A. P., '82. Burke, E. N., '76, 'C56 Cady, D. K., '55. Cammann, D. M., ,74. Campbell, R. M., '78. Carpenter, C., '82. 1 Carpenter, S. B., '73. Carter, H. S., '69, Chase, H. R., ,72. Child, C, G., '86. Child, E.. N., jr., '85. itClark, G., ,7O. . itClero, C. M.,A,45. Clerk, F. I., 43. Coleman, C. S., '82, i9tCollins, J. B. J., 774.. , NColt, W. U., '44.. -Cofion, D. P., '71. Cotton, H. E., '74. Craik, -C. E., ,74. Crawford, I. W. R., '88. Crosby, W. L., '8o. Cummms, A.. G., iff. Cuningham, IPR., '85. 'tDashiell, F., '46. WDayton,,M. B., '63. 'tDewey, D. P., '64. - Diokerson,'E. N., jr., ,74 Dookray, E. L., '83. Douglass, A. E., 'S9. Douglas, G. W., ,7I. NDou,-glass, M., '46. Downes, L. W., 3'88. Drayton, W., ,7I. Drumm, T. J., ,74, X +Du Bois, C., '53, rna-Sion, G. C., 751. V Edmunds, C. C., jr., ,77. Elmer, W. T., '81, , rely, J. F., 564. Emery, R., '54- Emery, 'W. S., 'S1. CHAPTER 3 Everest, C. S., '71, Ferguson, E. M., '59, , Ferguson, H., '68, - 1 ' Q 'tFerguson, J. D., 51. fi Q '+Ferguson, S., '57, ' ,M , Ferguson, W., '63, , - Fiske, G. McC., ,7O.' , , Fogg, T. B., 352. , AA' Fow1er,'F. H., '61, , French, G, A., '89, 1 ' French, L., '53, A Frye, P, H., '89, U .L . , Gallaudet, E. M., '56, Gardiner, E. R., '56, f George, J. F., 777. George, J. H., '72, George, T, M. N., 'So ' Giesy, S. H., '85, , 1 ,"+Gilman, G. S., '47, 'M Golden, H. L., '83, Goodrich, A. B., '52, Goodrich, J. B., '66, Goodridge, E., "6o. , Goodridge, F., '57, -I Gould, C, Z., '82, 1 NGreene, F. H., '82, V, " Greene, G., '83, Q ' '+Green, V., '6o. , Gregory, H, ZW., 3-6. 8 ' Gwinn, F. VV., '72, g ' NHall, S., '54, l f Hamersley, W., '58, Harriman, F. D., '45, Harriman, F. W., '72, NI-Iart, G., '7o. Hart, S., '66, Hayden, C. C., '66, ' Herzlzafzfz, S., 37. 'tHeWitt, S. G., '77, " Hickox, G, A., '51, Hicks, G, C., '56, Hicks, J, M., '54, 9? 1 . Hicks, WV. C., '48, 4, Hitchcock, VV. H., '84 Hoff, H., '82, S - - Hitchcock, WV, A., '54, 7 Holway, O., '8o. Hudson, R., .,7I. NHugg, G. W., '62, Hurd, A. D., '77, - 'i'Hurd, J. D., '74, Husband, C. H., '89, Hyde, E. M., '73, Nlsbell, C. M., '63, ' tfackson, A., '6o. ackson, W. A., '83, Vohnson, E. E., '59, fohnson, F. E., '84, fohnson, G. D., '54, itfohnson, S. W., '81, jones, C. W., '81, fones, E. P., jr., '77, fones, W. N., '88, ' 'tKelley, J., '44, Kempe, E. A., '81, A'efznez'z', L. M., '70, Kissam, E. V. B., '69, ffziiredfge, A.. S., 37. Kloppefzbmfg, H. W., 56' Knickerbacker, D. B., '53, Kramer, F. F., '89, Krumbhaar, W, B., '55, Lanpher, L. A., '8o. Leffingwell, C. S., '54, Lewis, G. F., '77, Lindsley, C. A., '49, 'Lobdell, F. D., '85, 'tLong, W., '43, Loveridge, D, E., '5o. Mackay-Smith, A., '72, WMacklin, R. B., '58, Magill, G. E., '84, Marshall, M, M., '63, Mather, W. G., '77, , fW6C07zz'ke, S., 56. McCrackan, I. H., '82, McCrackan, W. D., '85, Mclvor, N. W., '82, Mears, QI. E., '58, Morris, F., '64, 'tMorris, H., '45, Mowe, VV, R., 770. N.. Neely, A. D., '85, Neely, H. R., '84, Nichols, W, F., '70, Niles, YV. VV., '57, Niles, E. C., '87, Oberly, H. H., '65, Olmsted, C. T., '65, Olmsted, H. K., '46,- Paddock, B. H., '48, Paddock, J, A., '45, Paddock, L. S., '5o. Paddock, L. H., '88, Paris, I., jrg, '76. Parker, C. P., ,73. Pattison, A, E., '8o. Penfield, W. D., '62, itPettitt, W. F., '46, Phillips, C. VV., '71, 9tPolk, A. H., '53, Pond, C. M., '58, Potwine, W. E., '79, Preston, T. S., '43, Purdy, E. L., '84, +iPurdy, S., '49, Raftery, O. H., '73, Rinehart, E, J., '76, Roberts, W. J., '75, Rogers, W, E., '77. itRudder, W., '48, Saltus, L., '87, Scarborough, J., '54, Scott, E. N., '89, Scott, I. T., '91, Scott, W. G., '88, Sexton, T. B., '6o. Seymour, C. H., '52, Seyms, G. H., '72, Shaw, J. P. C., '71, Sherman, S., '5o. Short, W, S., '83, Shreve, B. F. H., '78, Smith, C. B., '54, Spencer, W. G., '53, Stanley, G. M., '68, Stanley, J. D., '77. Deceased. . Stedman, T. L., '74- rSteele,'O. R., '53. iiSterling, C., '44- Stocking, C. H. W., '6o. Stoddard, E. V., '6o. Stoddard, I., 171. ' Storrs, L. K., '63, Stotsenberg, H., '5o. Stout, J. K., '70, . 'tStudley, W. H., '5o. Sullivan,bE. T., '89, Syle, H. W., '67, Syle, L. D., '79, Taylor, E. B., '73, Taylor, J. P., '43, Tibbits, W. B., '61, Tibbits, C, H., jr., '87, Tingley, G. C., '52, tTremaine, C. H. B., '66 WTruby, M., '79, . Tullidge, E. K., '76, Tuttle, R. G., '89, , 9tTuttle,, R. H., '46, Upson, A. I., '88, 4 , Valentine, W. A., ,72. itVanNostrand, C. A., '77 itVincent, S., '58, Wakefield, B., '46, Warner, B. E., '76. Warren, S. B., '59, Webb, W, R., '78, Webster, L., '8o. - Webster, W. H., '61, Welles, HL T., '43, Welles, L. H., '64, Whitcome, F. B., '87, Whitney, H. E., '74, Willson, C. T., '77, ff'Willson, D. B., '79, iiWinchester, S. F., '66, 'tWitherspoon, O., '56, Woodman, C, E., '73, Worthington, E. W., '75 Ziegler, P., '72, Names of members to be initiated, in zmlzgg C58 x FRATRES IN RBE. J. W. ALLEN, Beta, '88. A JAMES P. ANDREWS, Beta, '77. A . Rev. Prof. E. C. BISSELL, D.D., Gamma Hon. JOHN R. BUCK, Xi, '62. CLARENDON C. BULKELEY, Beta Beta, '75. . - G. PIERREPONT DAVIS, M.D., Beta, '66. VVILLIAM S. CASE, Beta, '85. JOHN C. DAY, Beta, '57. , CHAS. E. FELLOWES, Beta Rev. Prof. HENRY FERGUSON, Beta Beta, '68. ' E. M. GALLAUDET, Beta Beta, '56. Hon. YVILLIAM HAMERSLEY, Beta Beta, '58. WILBER F. GORDY, Xi, '7O. Rev. Prof. SAMUEL HART, D.D., Beta Beta, '66. Hon. JOSEPH R. HAYXVLEY, LL.D., Psi L. P. HITCHCOCR, Pi, '89, ' ARTHUR N. HOLLIS1'ER, Beta, '58. V Prof. CHARLES F. JOHNSON, Beta, '55. H R. W. HUNTINGTON, Beta, '89, ' FRANK E. JOHNSON, Beta Beta, '84. 1 V S. C. METZGER, Beta, '8O. ' C. B. LATIMER, Gamma M. VV. MORSE, Kappa, '89. HENRY K. OLMSTED, M.D., Beta Beta, '46. W J. J. NAIRN, Beta, '8O. Hou. CHARLES M. POND, Beta Beta, '58, L. F. REID, Beta, ,75. ' HENRY ROBERTS, Rev. L. H. REID, Beta Beta, '77. HENRY S. ROBINSON, Beta, '89. Hon. HENRY C. ROBINSON, Beta, '53. LUCIUS F. ROBINSON, Beta, '85. , A Rev. FRANCIS SHIPMAN, Beta, '85. GEORGE H. SEYMS, Beta Beta Hon. JOSEPH H. SPRAGUE, Alpha, '51. Rev. CHARLES STOXVE, Alpha, ,75. LEWVIS E. STANTON, Beta, '55. JAMES U. TAINTOR, Beta, '66, Hon. J. HAMMOND TRUMBULL, LL.D., W TATEUM, Xi . J. , Beta, '42. THOMAS 'TURNBULL, M.D., Chi, '88. Rev OSEPH H. TXNVICHELL, Beta, '59. - I CHARLES DLYDLEX' VVARNER, L.H.D., Psi, '5I. E. F. 'WHEELER, Kappa, '83, C595 P. H. WOODWVARD, Beta, .. " 4 I, -, . im ' If - 'ii P, f. I. i . L .H if 1' iii I F O I' iff' HE HONORARY FRATERNITY ,A . . ' ' 0 I J-P5 . . A . lg FOUNDED IN 1776 Ill WIIIIHHT and Marg Gellc-age. I V A li 4 A We W--A-M -FYI A . .Q f ROLL OF UNITED CHAPTERS. ' ALPHA OF MAINE, . . BOWG-Oil? ' , ALl'I-IPX OF NEW I'IAMI'SHIRE, D9ff"fm0l1th- I gf, ALPHA OF WVERMONT, ' . U1fl1Ve1'S1tY of Vermont' TQ Tx, BETA OF VERMONT, . 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"'Q'f'::f'N fm: L llX'fgQi'5:g'iV ' 4 -.f:.,.,.x.4.. X1 0.4 +'!, gin Lf,--. i-Cjl 1 1 Drfaloca .,-.fi 'f 1 f .A 'F ht, -Q p 'S ,a I' i "ff x- Q- , .V ., . A X p . . Y. 4: J, -., ,V Ii.. 1 -12, , v fe, J g 1.4 I f rx M X x K . r 1 1 ' K r . r I . ' ff 1 4 r ' 4 Y X 1 , , 0 ' u I U Y is f .- f vt ,H 'I I L .ja 1. ax M' A .A r H f - QF Q 1 x i M + m J 1 4 V- S ' ,v . J '11 1 X ' A N 5 x 4, 3 2 M l L Q f 4 5 r -vi .,, 1 P . f. ' 1 9, 4 ! x 2 fe Z 4. 3" ' , 'ig : 1 , W. , , 1 .g . r- I K , f 4,7 ' 2 ' .- r . H- L i , if X BETA Q15 GGNNEGTIG-HT. ' 1 CHARTERED 1845. ' 'OFFICERS I fwwnunA:RmAfR,R.PYNOHONgI1DIIJLD.I' - , " Vzke-Preszkienf, REV. QI. T. HUNTINGTON, M.A. Secretary, REV. SAMUEL HART, D.D. Treaszzrkr, QGEORGELEWIS OOORE, M.A. , Q . I Asszlvfam' Secrefary, JOHN WILLIAMS. Ayszlvfam' Treasurer, WILLIAM HARRY CHICHELRI IPYNCHON. . GIQASS QF ISSO' . GILBERT PAYSON COLEMAN, WILLIAM PRESSEY, THOMAS ANDERSON CONOVER, . WILLIAM HARRY CI-IICHELI3 PYNCHON CLIFFORD STANDISH GRISWOLD, ,' URIEL HEBER SPENCER, ROBERT HAMILTON HUTCHINS, I .JOHN WILLIAMS. C615 I Qaaeaarr, me HSNBRARY MEMBERS. Ackley, W. N., '63. Alcorn, E. C., '74. Andrews, S. J. Ch 13675- Applegate, O., '87, Ash, T. R., '64. Atwood, M., ,49- Bacon, J. W., '46. Bailey, M. K., ,7Q. Bakewell, I., '59, Barbour, J. H., '73, Barrows, W. S., '84, Barton, C. C., '69, Bates, I. M., '72, ' Bates, W. H., 772. Beardsley, E. E., '32 Uz Beardsley, W. A., '87, Beers, G. E., '86, Belden, H. M., '88, Belden, N. M., '48, Benedict, L. LeG., '88, Benedict, S., ,47. Benton, R. A., '64, Bidwell, L. B., '8o. Black, H. C., '8o. Bolles, E. C., '55, Brainard T 1 6 18' 6j9 v J' ,S C 5 Brainard, J. M., '84. Brewer, A. L., '53, "eBI'ldgS, I., '47, Brigham, H. H., '76. Brocklesby, A. K., '7O. Brocklesby, J. H., '65. Brocklesby, W. C., '69. Bronson, M., '52, Brown, I. E., '83. 'eBrown, T. M., '5o. Bryan, VV., '75. - Buflington, J., '75. , Bmley, W. H., '73, Burgwin, J. H. K., '77, "Butler, C. M., '33 th 185 Capron, A., '45, Carpenter, I. S., 779. 1846 25. m "Chipman, G. S., '78. "Clark, G. H. Ch 18635- Clark, W., '63. Clerc, F. J., '43. Coit, C. W., '82. Coleman, C. S., '82, l 'tColt, W. U., '44. "Colton, C. M 18547. Cooke, G. L., '7o. Coster, M. K., '87, "Cowling, R. O., '61, Crawford, J. W. R., '88, Crosby, D. G., ,51. Cummins, A. G., '51. Curtis, F. R., '8o. "Curtis, T. W. T. th 18583. "Curtis, W. E., '43, ' Cushing, T., '37 tk I845', Davies, W. G., '6o. Dickerson, E. M., '74. ' Dockray, E. L., '83, Douglas, G. W., '71. Douglass, A. E., '89, Driggs, T. I., '48, DuBois, G. Mcl., '74, DuBois, H. O., '76. "Dyer, A., '7O. Edmunds, C. C., '77. Emery, R., ,5-4. 'iEVerest, C, W., '38 ik 18485. Fairbairn, R. B., '4o M 13455 "FaXon, E., ,47. Fell, J. W., '89, Ferguson, H., '68, 99 ! Ferguson, J. D., 51. Fischer, C. L., '6o. Fiske, G. MCC., '7o. ' Flower, S., 345. Frye, P. H., '89, Gallaudet, B. B., '8o. ' Gallaudet, T., '42 Q0 18515. George, T. M. N., '8o. George I H '72, Carter, G. C., '87, h NG'dd' ' 'G 'QN , chapin, w. V., wg. iG11,,,gfSG. QT49' giapmalg, 23- R., 47- Goicien, H. L., 's3. 91597 -2 52: Gordon, T. H., '71. 62 96 9? Gower, H. B., ,4Q. Gowen, F. C., '62. Graham, J., 172. Gregg, D., '54. Gre or , H. T '54 S Y -1 - Grennell, J. S. th. 18585. Hale, C. F., '47. if'Hall, S., ,54. Hallam, G. R., '5o. Hamilton, C. A., '82, -Harding, A., ,7Q. Harraden, F. S., '67. Harriman, F. VV., '73. Hart, S., '66, Harwood, E. E. tk 18615. itHawkes, W. W. Ck 18615. Hayden, C. C., '66. itHaydn, T. L., '56. Henderson, E. F., '82. Hermann, S., '57. Hickox, G. A., '51. Hicks, G. C., '56. Hicks, J. M., YS4. Hiester, I., '76. Hills, J. D., '78. ' Hoadly, C. J., '51. Holbrooke, G. O., '69. ftHolcomb, D. E., '56. Holden, S. M., '82, Holway,,O., '8o. Hooker, S. D., '77. Hopson, G. B., '57. Hotchkin, S. F., '56. Hovey, H. E., '66. Hubbard, G. M., '75, Hubbard, W. S., '88. ifHugg, G. W., '62. Hull, A. S., '66. i1Hunt, E. K. Q0 18515. Huntington, T., '5o Huntington, J. VV., '83. iiHnrd, J. D., '74. Huske, '77, i1Jackson, A., '6o. Jacobs, E. C., '55. Jennings, A. B., '61. 4Johnson, E. E., '5q. NJohnson, E. P., '65. Johnson, F. E., '84 Johnson, G. D., '54. Jones, C. XV., '81. ' f+Jones, L. H., '52. i6Kelly, J., '44, ' 63 QI- Ker, G., '43. 96 Kerfoot, J. B. Ch 18655 Kissam, E. V. B., '69. Kittridge, A. S., '57. Knickerbacker, D. B., Lanpher, L. A., '8o. Lilienthal, H., '86. Linsley,-A. B., '82, 5 Lockwood, L. A., '55. Loomis, H. B., '85. Loveridge, D. E., '5o. Luther, F. S., '7o. Mackay, J. Ch 18545. Mackay, WV. R., '67. Mallory, G. S., '58. f1Marble, N. E. th 18615. McCook, J. J., '63. McCrackan, J. H., '82. Metcalf, H. A., '66. Miller, P. S., '64. Mitchell, S. S., '85, , Moffett, G. H., '78, Moore, C. E., '76. Morgan, W. F., '88. '5 Mulchahey, J., '42 M 18825 Murray, J. B., '62. Neely, H. R., ',84. Newton, E.5P., '81. Nichols, W. F., '7o. Niles, E. C., '87. Niles, W. W., ,57. Norton, F. L., '68. Olmsted, C. T., '65. Paddock, B. H., '48. Paddock A '45 Paddock, . ., . Page, C. Ch 18515. Parsons, A. T., ,7I. Parsons, H., '83. Parsons, J. R., '81. Pattison, A. E., '8o. Pattison, G. B., '81. ,j. .,. LH'88 Payne, W., '34 M 18545. Peabody, F. B., '48, Perry, J. B., 772. i+Pettit, W. F., '46. WPierce, H. H., '58. Potts, F. H., '68. Preston, T. S., ,43. Prout, J., '77, Purdy, C. E., '88. +?Purdy, J. S., '49. Pynchon, T. R., '41. . Raftery, O. H., '73, Reineman, R. T., '82. Remington, C. H., '89. Richardson, F. W., '84, Richardson, L. W., 773. 'iRogers, R. C., '45. tRudder, W., '48. - . Russell, F. F., "85.. Russell, G. W., '34 th 18515 Sands, O. A., '87, i'Sanford,- D. P., '44, Sanford, H. S., '35 th 1861 Scarborough, I., ,54. Scudder, C. D., '75. Scudder, E. M., '77. A. 'tScudder, H. J., '46 th 18595 Scudder, W., '89. Selden, F. C. tk I85Q5.' Sennett, L. F., '89. Seyms, G. H., '72, Shipman, W. D. th 18715. 'iShort, D. H., '33'Ch 18565. 5 Small, E. F., 74. Smith, C. B., '54, Smith, G. W. th 18855. ifSmith, H. S., '62. Smith, J. S. '63 Smith, S. E., '75. ' Smyth, J. D., ,74. 'tSommers, J. B. GY. M 18515. Spencer, W. G., '53. 'iiStevens, S., '65. ' Stocking, C. H. W., '6o. Stone, M., '80, E Stotsenburg, 1. H., '5o. itTaylor, J.. B., '4Q. itTaylor, W. F., '44 Ch 18515 itTerry, C. E., '51 M 18565 Thorne, R., '85. ,Tibbits, CZAH., '87, f Tibbits, W., B., '61. itToucey, I. Ch 18465. "tTremaine, C. H. B., '66 Valentine, W. A., ,72. tfVan Nostrand, C.'A., '77 Vibbert, H. C., '68. 'Vibbert,'W. H., '58. 'tVinton, F. Ch 18545. Walker, D. B., '61. Warner, M. C., '88, Warren, S. 'B., '5Q. Washburn, L. C., '81 Waterman, L., ,71. Watson, S. N., '82. Webster, L., '8o. 'Welles, H. T., '43, Whitcome, F. B., '87 White, R. A., '81. 9tWhiting, S. M., '46. 'tWhitlock, H. R., ,7O. . E , Whitney, H 74. Williams C. C., 71. itWilliams' E. W '53. Williams, F. G., 89. 9+VVilliams, J. H., '54. Williams, J. W., '78. Winkley, R. L., '79. itWitherspoon, O., '56. itWood, H. S., 171. Woodman, C: E., '73 eesrgfcfilexir '50- A Worthington, E. W., 1 - -, ,- Wright, A.. H., '83. T-QYIOT: E-.B-1 73-I . Ziegler, P., ,72. 'Ie Deceased-i I hHonorary. 64 '75 R zw LZITE HRV C659 Q 4 T 0-Z? KB1 wwf: Oofxsirk 47VEcfiYc' S5"'W' X 9 ' ll ll' In CIN, C671 1 1 4 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ml '11 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 v 1 1 1 1 LRHR EF G9NNE.GTIG5T.E fx ' . OFFICERS., V . Preszkieni, GEORGE WINTHROP SARGENT., A Vzke-Pffeszkigfzi, WARREN MCCONIHE Sammy, ERASTUS ERAINERD EULRELEY. A A Treaszmfeff, GEORGE THURSTON MACAULEY. Q Asszkfanz' Sewfefczffy, WILLIAM ELIPHALET ADAMS BULKELEY . Amsfmz Tmmmf, GEORGE THORNTON WARREN. A GRASS QF 1590. E. B. BU1.KE1.Ex', W. NICCONIHE, W. E. EA. BULKRLEY, G. W. SARGENT, G. T. MAcAU1.1cx', P. SMITI-1, G. T. WARREN. GRADUATE AND HONORARY IVIEIVIBERS. See Quinquennial Catalogue to be published in 1890. C695 A x Q I HE TRINITY IVV. Founded by the Class of 78741 H EDITORS., T P. H. Whaley, G. M. Dubois, s. H. Hewlett, H. E. whmiey. p A VV. D. Sartwelle, H. M. Hooper, C. D. Scudder, G. VV. Lincoln, E. VV Worthington. I. Hiester, E. N. Burke, H. V. Rutherford, W. W. Gillette, VV. C. Skinner. A. M. Clark, R. H. Coleman, W. E. Rogers, I. E. Kurtz, G. H. Norton. W. C. Blackmer, R. M. Campbell, G. H. Moffett, I. C. Deuel, H. B. Scott. W. N. Elbert, Zlfanczgmg Ediioff, Orr Buffington, A. Harding, J. S. Carpenter S. G. Fisher. G. Kneeland, W. R. Leaken, W. L. Crosby, C. G. Williams, I. C. Barrows. G. B. Pattison, Illavmgzbzg Edzfdff, L. C. Washburne, A. W. Reineman, W. T 1 Elmer, G. S. Huntington. p , C. Carpenter, Zllamzgzbzg Ezz'z'z'01f, C. H. Carter, E. Hotchkiss, D. M. Bohlen R. T. Reineman. p . A F. Roosevelt, Mdnagzhg Erizfor, H. L. Golden, H. W. Thompson, A. H Wright, R. Carter. ' - . E. L. Purdy, Zllazmzgzkfzg EfZz'z'074, W. R. Sedgwick, W. S. Barrows, F. D Bulkley, E. S. Van Zile, G. H. Hills. . S. T. Miller, Managzbzg Edz'z'07F, H. Nelson, jr.,,H. B. Loomis, A. Codman J. R. Cunningham. ' H R. Heydecker, fllcmagzkag Edzfaff, G. E. Beers, E. C. Niles, E. B. Hatch A. H. Anderson, '87, W. J. Tate. A. H. Anderson, jlfczmzgmg Edzkoff, G. C. Carter, G. S. Waters, C. W. Bowman, F. B. Whitcombe, O. A. Sands. p M. C. Warner, Mafzagzkzg Eciz2'01f, J. P. Elton, L. W. Downes, A. McConihe, R. C. Eastman, H. M. Belden. C, H. Remington, Managzkzg EfZz'z'01f, R. H. Schiitz, S. F. Jarvis, jr., A. E. Wright, A. Millard, R. C. Tuttle. G. P. Coleman and G. W. Miner, Mdnagizkzg Edzfors, G. T. Macaulay, Lzlfeffaffy Ecz'z'Z07f, G. T. Warren, C. S.,Griswold, R. McC. Brady, R. H. Hutchins. ' A E. B. Finch, Maifzagzbzg E6L7Z'Zc07", J. B. Burnham, Lziermfy Edzior, A. C. Graves, I. W. Hughes, J. F. Plumb, E. A. Pressey. i . C713 ,HE number of volumes on the shelves at the close of the last academic year Was 30,235, not including about 2,700 duplicate volumes, about 20,000 unbound pamphlets, and about 6,000 duplicate pamphlets. The net increase of the Library during the year was 1,179 volumes, of I which 438 volumes were acquired by pur- chase Cat a cost of 3EI,IO5.4QD, 45 by exchange, and 696 by gifts. During the present year, the net increase to the Hrst of April has been about 1,150- volumes. J - STATISTICS OF CIRCULATION.- , 4 1885-6. 1886-7. 1887-S. ' 188839. Number of Students in Catalogue, . i 80 li 103 S 112 117 SBo0Ks TAKEN oUT BY STUDENTS: - T General Worlcs ,.... 4 2 2 4 Philosophy, Theology, and Social Science, 213 ' 243 195 316 Philology and Classics, ...I 56 51 - 64 65 Science and Art,.' . .IO3 124 87 4 142 Periodicals of all classes, . 276 326 244 208 Fiction, . . 165 159 I42 191 Modern Literature, .A . . . 299 , 309 279 328 History, Biography, and Geography, , ' 289 325 , 330 425 Total taken by Students, . 1,405 1,539 1,343 1,679 Number taken by Faculty and others 446 327 423 703 Total, S 1,851 1,866 1,766 2,382 IQ C 73 QVL-EC! 'K L15 Br. :Z l ji f-2: 1:54,-' "-4' 182W- Q, Q " A REORGANIZED 1889. .Sea 1, Ari. 1, Cofzsfzfzzizbfz.-The object of this society 1S debate elocuuon and general literary Work. Pfeszkieni, Vzke-Preszkienf, Secffeimfy, U Treasureff, H 4. 152' Cozmfzlloff, ea' Cozmcilloff, 1VIEE'l'INGS EVERY FRIDAY OFFICERS. Christmas Term. R. PEARCE, W. L. FRENCH, W. H. ROUSE, C. J. JUDD, G. H. FRENCH, S. H. JOBE, H A The Clzronzkle QMonth1yj, . f C755 E EVENING. Trmlty Term R W H R T. S. S. FOUNDED 1832. TRINITY GULLEGE MISSIDNARV SUGIETY Preszkienf, '. V zke-Preszkieni, Secretary, . Treasurer, . Sefzzbr Clzaplazh funzbr Chezplczzbz, . Q Preszkierzi, . Vzee-Preszkieni, Seerefezry, . T reaszerer, . Senzbr Cizaplazh, . fzmzer Chczplazbz 7 a ' f "Pro Chrzkfo ei, .EeeZesz'a." Christmas Teifm, 1889. v H. BARBER, '9o. YV. PRESSEY, ,QO. C. H. YOUNG, ,QL E. PRESSEY, '91. A Rev. T. R. PYNCHON, D.D., '41. Rev. SAMUEL HART, D.D., '66. Trinity Term, 1890. ,C76 WM. PRESSEY, '9o. JOHN VVILLIAMS, '9o. ' C. 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Egfsgiigigaf If if jnqiffsggi "" J V I ....- X - .. ...f".: -an ff' Y f ...- HIIDH11 1 V K 5 f- X 5 'A Z gf-X mmm N A ff?-f x Huy ,fa 'J ' .-nj:, V F y X F' L- zi mfl ,Q QM- gg ,w, ' X' xii A f m, 5' ?. f .f Q . 'fE ' 'x ' . - 4-fa' ' ,fx--, . Y--5 21'-' I ' A -i " xvy,y.4 ,,T,u A A a , . .- 4 vQ x 4 4 fWRwx2f4v?vwiQlf.A' ENS VESTER E60 C785 . RETIRED DEMONS. A. H. Anderson, B.A., O. Applegate, jr., B.A., C. A. Appleton, B.A., E. D. Appleton, B.A., ' W. W. Barber, B.A., . Rev. H. M. Barbour, M.A., Rev. J. H. Barbour, -M.A., W. S. Barrows, M.A., H. P. Bartlett, R. V. Barto, M.A., Bibb W. A. , Hon. R. F. Bixby, M.A., LL.B., W. C. Blackmer, B.A., D. M. Bohlen, M.A., J. M. Brainard, M.A., J. E. Brandegee, B.A., LL.B., S. D. Brewer, B.A., A. K. Brocklesby, M.A., - W. Bryan, B.A., P. S. Bryant, M.A., R. E. Burton, B.A., J. B. Buxton, B.A., J. C. Buxton, B. M. Carter, M.A., G. C. Carter, B.A., C. H. Carter, M.A., J. R. Carter, M.A., Rev. W. M. Chapin, B.A., W. V. Chapin, M.A., 'tG. S. Chipmang B.A., A. M. Clark, A. Codman, M.A., R. H. Coleman, B.A., G. L. Cooke, M.A., LL.B., G. J. Coe, B.A., - M. K. Coster, B.A., M. L. Cowl, M.A., Rev. C. E. Craik, B.A., F. R. Curtis, M.A., H. C. Curtiss, M.A., W. E. Curtis, M.A., LL.B., C. E. Deuel, B.A., XA. Dyer, M.A., R. C. Eastman, B.A., W. N. Elbert, M.A., J. P. Elton,.,B.S., G. E. Elwell, M.A., R. G. Erwin, B.A., J. B. Erwin, B.A., Rev. C. W. Freeland, B.A., Rev. C. H. Gardner, B.D., , -I. W. Gray, - W. C. Hagar, A F. E. Haight, B.A., ' A. C. Hall, B.A., F. DeP. Hall, B.S., . A.'C. Hamlin, B.A., Rev. Alfred Harding, B.A., G. B. Hazlehurst, E. F. Henderson, M.A., S. Hendrie, B.A., S. H. Hewlett, Rev. G. E. Hills, M.A., Rev. J. D. Hills, B.A., G. D. Howell, B.A., Chas. Hunter, M.A., M.D., G. S. Huntington, B.A., M.D., J. W. Huntington, B.A., R. S. Huske, . G. P. Ingersoll, B.A., LL.B., S. F. Jarvis, Ir., B.A., G. Kane, M.A., LL.B., VSG. Kneeland, B.A., C. M. Kurtz, B.A., J. E. Kurtz,tB.A., M.D., E. B. Leaf, F. T..Lincoln, M.A., M.D., Rev. G. W. Lincoln, B.A., H. B. Loomis, B.A.,, Optimus, H. C. Loveridge, B.A., A. J. Lyman, B.A., H. S. Martindale, B.A., D. H. McCollough, B.A., H. G. McCough, B.A., ' T. McLean, M.A., H. Miller, B.A., LL.B., S. T. Miller, M.A., S. S. Mitchell, B.A., W. S. Moody, W. D. Mor an B.A., M D g . . A. s. ivrtm-ay,'Jr., M.A., IjL.B., R. Murray, B.S., Rev.'R. H. Nelson, M.A., E. P. Newton, B.A., XR. NorfleetMI r., P. Padgett, .A., V H. Parsons, B.A., J R. Parsons, jr., M.A., G. B. Pattison,,M.A., G. E. Perkins, M.A., Clayton Platt, L. M. Plumer, B.A., Rev. T. A. Porter, M.A., l C. H. Remington, B.A., F. W. Richardson, M.A., F. Roosevelt, M.A., ARCH FIEN DS. Prof. L. W. Richardson, M.A., Optimus, , F. G. Russell, B.A., H. V. Rutherford, B.A., Rev. VV. D. Sartwelle, M.A., R. H. Schiitz, B.S., C. D. Scudder, B.A., M.D., E. M. Scudder, B.A., B.S., LL.B., L. F. Sennett, B.A., W. C. Sheldon, jr., B.A., H. M. Shepherd, H. M. Sherman, B.A., M.D., ' E. Ia. Shropshire, Rev. E. F. Small, B.A., J. H. Smith, Benj. Stark, jr., B.A., T. W. Stedman, G. T. Stewart, B.A., M.D., W. J. S. Stewart, B.A., Rev. M. Stone, M.A., Rev. S. Stone, B.A., I. R. Strong, B.A., A. R. Stuart, B.A., W. C. Stuart, E. P. Swenson, S. A. Swenson, H. R. Thompson, B.A., N. D. Thorne, ' R. Thorne, M.A., ' Lieut. C. A. L. Totten, U. S. A. M.A., S. B. P. Trowbridge, B.A., G. B. Underhill, B.S., A. M. Vanderpoel, B.S., E. S. Van Zile, M.A., M. C. Warner, B.A., G. S. Waters, B.S., Rev. L. Waterman, M.A., U Optimus, S. N. Watson, M.A., E. B. Watts, M.A., Rev. P. H. Whaley, B.A., F. W. Whitlock, B.A., , F. L. Wilcox, B.A., F. P. Wilcox, B.A., C. G. Williams, M.A., F. G. Williams,,B.A., H. Wilmerding, Rev. R. L. Winkley, B.A., S. VVood, B.A., LL.B., Rev. C. E.Woodman, B.A., Ph.D , A. H. Wright, B.A., A. M. Young, M.A. ROYAL BENGAL HIPPOGRIFF, ...- . . A. C. G. G.. L. P. M. L. P CAT A MOUNTAIN, ........ B. B. B. B. B. B. B.'B . L. W. T. A. T. F. F. W. B GRYPHONIC EGGSUCKER, RETIRING DEIVIONS. h 't C S Griswold P. Smith, W. E. A. Bulkeley, Spgrtz, Zlmab. G. P. Coleman, G. T. Macauley, T. L. C eri ree, . ... , R. H. Hutchins, J. S. Littell. DEVLINGS. Impqx, Cmartz, Fqlipxt, Jmniplv, HY Deceased. A C 79 D GRAND TRIBHNAL HWY' flmur l 'NW' nl!!! WfN""J I 5 'iyfaf4,A,, ,X I U ,IN XX j X A ' . "'551"111101y w , , i My Z Q , E ' A M 1 540 f'umni emgery, 7 cnxve MQm6eU, C809 o1Tx9e Memgeq, ciTxve Memgeg, - - X !, H ,f 532 il .2 aaa . Eff 1:12 , - '15 15. es- f f 1 ur n-I II ' C811 YE YE YF X7 F .1 YE .6 E 8 ff' I I- 5 I, '5 ". N ff-"'GYQf. ' f' A A V, . Cnurvf,,,,, 'T' A ' lf5'l?5?!??!ei-e.., .I Aff. X '. 'Z .N 3,4 - j57'4:2E2p T-iii?-1 ff -W --- H 1 fi, I , , ff yi E ' f, A' I, X A lll . ' X. '- A, . N f Y . It X 'W If 47 ....- I ! ,."f....,'-P I Z' 171 'W '. A - . "" ik 12, JS .. ,f -' ' . --iii' If f 'J 1 :Li A- f fn ""l:1YLl-, -V iii?" ,ff N iifiih? -E ff-2i5: fPla'f'S:-f'. -: 7' My ' --J' 5' i ' . f . , -A 1-:,:.- fri? 7 1:12-iii ,f :Mr gf 1, G ' -L.---fl.:-y"' PM 7 PONDEROUS PANT PASTER, ACGLWTMLP- .MIERCILESS MAN lWANGLER, EWGCBEKHAMA GRIZZLY GRAVE DIGGER, . GLPCGBEMFWB. FEARFUL FRESHMAN FLAYER, CGSRMSPQYZLM. KEEPER olf YE MX'STIC BALLS, . . MBLTYSNWD. I'paf5vci7'9L. J. R. BLAKE, ,QI. F. E. HAIGHT, '87, F. FITZGERALD, '89, A. E. NVRIGHT, '89, S. F. JARVIS, JR., '89. S. HENDRIE, '87, H. A. PINNEY, '87, A. B. TALCOTT, JQO. Klvhzvepg. ' XV. E. A. BULKELEY, W. MCCONIHE, G. T. MACAULEY, ' G. P. COLEMAN, E. M. MCCCOK. 4825 7 I :ff - if-H I ,NX ' HE I Q-VFHIYY --32 ' " f'nUfix ' ff , fpfif I I - hkzh -' Q I ff kr ' - . . ' ' .:, -' .. JN ---.- I. ' ll k. ff A M mI1G!WHllHHl Q ff x v ,251 4? i., Rx gg ! Ag' E12 KX Q W 'X Q x xU KYLVXX 5' QL-f.4"'k5 ' f '-1 N-J ,l x QDXXXX fl KR f x 14-R A NJXQX ff if ,Wg 71 P x fy Q7 XX XX ff, Lf K? E'S!fNf ,iff X ARK 15 5,25 J 'X Lgsgilj 'ff ,i""?' 1 Z f 4 Pk' if 3 W if Si! 1 mf 'JQINI1-'7lCDl.l , SI 1 THLETICS Hx x X Uaxvfx xx N i Qzpx sk xbxxkx f I X' 1XIfl0 . zz? Z' Qz ? i rg if Wg x V! f KZ ,,,,..,f?' -fa' Z' 'ft , 'Z -5 fl Y f g ,f,fff.fZ ,ff Q 'ZX 2 " ff? -V 'JZ s : uhfffll ' '12, fd' 5 E' .X ff? xi 1 T, 57 - l-E5 5 g f-'5""?E ,fi i i , mwah A u ' 'MII' I l,flnl'I"ii'f"'4?"'5':""i"' QL 4: 3 YE--L f u g... N' .. ff f D fx 14 !,,,?-- g 7 if ? -NI, S K-s.. 12 ,-- - 'K'-' '-'-?,,- K., ,D 83 - I 1 TEE NEW ENQLAND 'INTEREGCLLEQIATE ATELETIE ssociflmom. ii OFFICERS. Preszkieni, SAMUEL SPARHAWK, Dartmouth. , I Ers! Vzee-Preszkierzf, EQMCP. MCCOOK, Trinity. Second Vzee-Preszkieni, C. L. A. HEISER, Brown. Q Seerefary, E. C. RICE, Worcester. W. I. CARL'1'oN, Dartmouth. F. B. WALKER, Amherst. A C. A. MEEDER, Brown. T. P. THURSTON, Trinity. A Treasurer, T. L. PETERS, Williams. Exeeufztzfe Commifiee. . H. B. H. L. G. A. C. W. SLAYBACK, Wesleyan. DADNIUN, Worcester. MASON, Williams. BUCKHAM, University of Vermont Grand Marskal, T. A. CONOVER, Trinity. , Asszkfam' llfczrshezls. , ' D. R. KNIGH'l', Amherst, . C. F. EGGLESTON, Wesleyan. . S J. L.' WHEATON, Brown. G. A.lMASON,, Williams. J. B. REYNOLDS, Dartmouth. VV. T. WH1'l'E, Worcester. , , J. B., STEARNS, University of Vermont. T MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. Amherst, Brown, Dartmouth, Trinity, Wesleyan, Williams, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and University of Vermont. The-Fourfh Amana! Held .flfeeizkzg will be lzeld zkz Woreesfer, lVecinesdczy, ilfzzy 28, I8Q0,, - C855 7 EVENTS. 440 -Yards Dash, Two-mile Run, Ioo Yards Dash, One-mile Run, One-mile VValk, Two-mile Bicycle, 220 SSO 120 220 Yards Yards Yards Yards Dash, Run , Hurdle, Hurdle , Standing High jump, Running High E jump, Throwing Hammer, Standing Broad Jump, Pole Vault, Putting Shot, Running Broad jump Tug of War, TEE NEW ENSEANEL INTERRGHLLEGIATE TELETIG sSeoII1eN. 'THIRD ANNUAL FIELD NIEETING, NIAY 23, 1889, AT WORCESTER, MASS- XYINNERS. 5 Ist, g2d, -S ISt Qzd, S Ist if 2d, -S ISt 32d ! j, Ist, Qzd, jg ISt If 261, 5 ISt Qzd, -4, Ist md, -S ISt 4? 2d, -S Ist il zdx -S'ISt it Zdv 1, Q zd, -S Ist qf Zd., .5 Ist qf Zd, -S ISt I 2d, lj Ist 11 251, 1, ISt P 2d 1. I .S Ist if 2d, .I HISJE, ROWE, MILLS, ELLIS, N ICHOLS, WILLIAMS, MILLS, WELLS, ' LEE, BRADFORD, HENDERSON, DELABARRE, HARRIMAN, WILLIAMS, MILLS, PORTER, - LAMPSON, LUDINGTON, SCREETON, HUMPHREYS, HOISING1'ON, CROOK, EATON, AMADON, PETERS, ABBOTTA RANDOLPH, CROOK, AMADON, MARSHALl,, WENTWO RT H, HOUGHTON, PERKINS, HUMPHREYS, DAVIES, DARTMOUTH, WILLIAMS, C86 COLLEGES. Darfmouilz W offcasfeff, Dcwffmomfh I7Vz'ZZz'a ms, Daffiwzazzfh W offceslwf, A mhersf, Wz'Z!z'a11zs, W orcesieff, A mlzeffsi, A mheffsi, W offcesieff, Darimoufh W orcesieif, A mlzeffsf, Trzhzfy, A mlzeffsi, Dafifnouili Dartmouflzz Tffzhzfy, W z'Z Zzkzms, W es! eyfm, Wz'!Zz'ams, Wz'!Zz'a71zs, Jjariffzouilz Dartmouth, W z'! Zzkzms, PVz'Z!zkzms, W offcesieff, W z'Z Zzkzms, A mhersi, Darfmozzih Dd7f7710Z!fh: W z'Z Zzkzms, RECORDS. Min. . Sec .. 52 IO 36 - IO 4 ' 44 8 IO 7 33 A 23 2 V 6 1. ' I9 .Ft. In , 4 IO 4 8 5 6 5 4 80 7 78 - IO I 9' IO 83 8 S -7 35' 3 32 IO 20 3 TEE NEW ENGLAND INTER- - QLLEQIATE T1-11.13110 Event. 100 Yards Dash, 220 Yards Dash, 440 Yards Dash, ' One-half-mile Run, Cne-mile Run, ' Two-mile Run, 120 Yards' 'Hurdle, 220 Yards' Hurdle One-mile Walk, Two-miie Bicycle, Running High jump, Standing High jump, Running Broad jump, Standing Broad jump, Throwing 16 lb. Hammer, Putting 16 lb. Shot, Pole Vault, C Bar Vault, Throwing Base-ball, SSHCIATIHN. 1 RECORDS. QR ecor d. ' Name. IO 3-5 s., Keay, 23 2-5 s., Williams, 52 1-5 s., Rowe, 2 m. 3 2-5 s., Prescott, 4 m. 39 s., Holton, IO 24 4-5 s Ellis, 18 2-SVS., Keay, 26 Z s., Humphreys, 8 rn. IO 3-5 s., Bradford, 6 m. 51 s., U Delabarre, 5 ft. 6 in., Amadon, 4 ft. my in., Crook, 2ohft. 3 in., Humphreys, IO ft. 5M in., Crook, 82 ft. 9M in., Bodwell, 35 ft. 3 in., Houghton, 9 ft. 7 in., Warriner, 6 ft. 45 in., Boyd, 356 ft., Campbell, Meetings at Hartford, May 27, 1887, at Worcester, May 24, 1888, and at Worcester, May 23, 1889. C877 5. College. D artmouth , Dartmouth Dartmouth, Dartmouth Amherst, Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Worcester P. I., Amherst, Williams, Williams , Dartmouth, Williams, Dartmouth Amherst, Amherst, Amherst, Williams, May May May May May May May M ay May M ay May May May May May May May May May Date. 24, 231' 23, 27, 27, 24, 27, 23, 23, 24, 23, 24, 23, '24, 24, 23, 24, 27, 27, 1888 1889 1889 1887 1887 1888 1887 1889 1889 1888 1889 1888 1889. 1888. 1888. 1889. 1888i 1887: 1887. RINITV GCDLLEGE ATHLETICS SSHGIATIHN. 'Inter-Gellegiate Athletic llleam. 1559. l Captain-VV. E. A. BULKELEY, '90, , ' 7 Rfmfzzfrs-VV. BULKELEY, '90, HUTCHINS, ,QO, SPENCER, ,QO, MCCOOK, 90, FINCH '91, LAMPSON, '91. A jumps-E. B. BULKELEY, 790. Hurdles - H01s1NG'r0N, '91. i IfffZ?Z7Z6'7".S'-LAMPSON, ,91, 2d in half mile run. HOAISINGTON, '91, second in 220 yard hurdle race. E. B. BULKELEY, '90, 3d in standing high jump. Hutchins, '90, 3d in one mile run. ' ' - ' Captain for 1890-R, H. HHTCHINS, ,QO. - Cczrzdzkiaies for Zlze Team-W. BULKELE GRISNVOLD, '90, GESNER, '90, E. BULKELEY, ,QO, FINCH, ,QI, HOISINGTON, ,91, BURNHAM 3 Y 7 91, 0UNG, 91, HUBBARD, '92, LAMPSON, ,QI, MALLORY, '92, GRAVES, '91, SALTUS, '92, GRAVES, '92, NILES, '93, ORTON, ,Q2, LEWIS, ,Q3, ALLEN, 'Q3, WOFFENDEN, 793, BARTON '93, PEUGNET, '93, STAUFFBR, '93, HAYDEN, ,Q3, HUBBARD, 93. E Y, '90, HUTCHINS, '90, E. MCC00K, '90 7 ! ! C833 D 4 ff ' f ' f I I I N RINITY 'CLLEGE THIQETIC SSCCIATICN. . .r,ff f-wif '?d ' MDR Y- -4.f Y Y V 9 . Tit 1 'ru - - A S. f A . fswwfm v u" ' M3 X I '.,.e:1i:.,Lna.. . 3511 15 I 4-,S 1+ .uf 3 , A NCP M- Q X xv '21 . ' t I , - I C, I 1 0 UL 0 -mlm Lum . ,' C . Wm 1 A R ' 1559290 Pffoszkieni, T. A. CONOVER, ,QO. ' Vzte-Proszkienf, R. MCC. BRADY, 790. Socrefory, W. E. A. BULKELEY, ,QO. ' , - . Tffoosmfoff, E. R. LAMPSON, JR., Copiozh gf Ifzioff-ooZZogz'az'e Aihloizk Team, R. H. HUTCHINS, '9 . Exoouizofo Commzweo. . T. A. CONOVER, '90, R. H. HUTCHINS, '90, .T. P. THURSTON,-'91, ' R. MCC. BRADY,-790, E. MCP. MCCOOIQ, '90, V H. S. GRAVES, W. E. A. BULKELEY, '90, E. R. LAMPSON, -IR., 7QI, R. S. C0,N0vER, JR., ,Q3 I Aihleizk Eold Commzwoo. . Q , . T. A. CONOVER, '90, R. MCC. BRADY, '90, E. MCP. MCCOCJK, '90 A Trophy Room Commzwee. ' T. A. CONOVER, '90, R. MCC. BRADY, '90, T. P. THURSTON I2 A H595 ' a 7 7 9 T O I 1 Q2 '9 Raoaarrz ATHUETIG COMMITTEE. I J -,-j,..-?l- Chairman. E PROP. F. S. LUTHER, ,70- Secretary and Treasurer. - VV. F. MORGAN, JR., '88. I Membership of Committee as Elected March 15, 1890.4 PROF. F. S. LUTHER, '7o,.term expires 1893. PERCY S. BRYANT, ,7O, term expires 1892. VV. F. MORGAN, IR., l88, term expires 1891. HE chief duties of the Committee are to act as advisers to the undergraduates on all 'important' athletic matters, to endorse such appeals to the alumni for the support of athletics as may meet with their approval, to ,take entire charge of and manage the Athletic Field, and to act through its Secretary-Treasurer as auditors of the accounts of the various athletic treasurers of the College. They also have power to demand the resignation of ' any athletic officer who in their judgment is incompetent to fulfill the duties of his position. C903 .NDERGRADHATE ATHLQETIQ GoMM1TTE.E. Chairman. PRESIDENT T. c. A. A. ' Seoretary. R. H. HUTCHINS, ,QO. Members. Q T., A. C0N0vER,. ,QO, President of the Athletic Association. ' R. H. HU'l'CI-IINS, '90, Captain of the Track Athletic Team.. G. P. COLEMAN, ,QO, Manager Base-ball and Foot-ball Teams. R. MCC. BRADY, '9o,KCaptain of the.Base-ball Team. ' I T. P. THU11S'1'O.N, ,QI, Captain of the Foot-ball Team! for ISQI. ' ' x HE duties of the Committee are to elect the Graduate Athletic Committee Qsuch I election to be ratiied by the Collegej, to consult the Graduate Committee on all important athletic matters, to determine the amount each athletic organization shall contribute for the support of the Athletic Field, and to decide all questions as to the use of the Athletic Field on any particular date. I . H . C915 is I 1 T15N'1'11 ANNUAL F112 RINITY GQUUEGE' ATHLETIC sseeimiiem. 1.1: 1WIEE'1'ING, MAY 14, 1889, AT CHARTER OAR PARK 9 Putting 16 lb. shot. ' 15t..C, H, YQUNG, '91, 28 feet 9 in.. 2d-C. S. GRISVVOLD, ,QO. ' .Standing High Jump. . ' 1st--A.'1'. GESNER, ,QO, 4 feet 6 in., 2d-E. B. BUIQKELEY, 590. Pole Vault. V Ist-R. H. NIALLORY, 792, 8. feet. 2d-A. CHASE, '89. IOO Yard Dash. . ' ISt-PA. T. GESNER, '90, IO 3-5 Sec. 2d-W. E. A. BULKELEY, ,QO. Throwing 16 lb. Hammer. ' 1st-F. R. H01s1NGT0N, ,'91. 2d-C. H. YOUNG, ,QI. - Running High Jump. ' ISt-NI. R. WR1G11'r, '91, 4 feet IO in. 2d-E. B. BULKELEY, ,QO. Standing Broad Jump. - 1st-A. T. GESNER, ,QO, 9 feet 75 in. 2d-E. B. BULKELEY,',QO. 1 120 Yard Hurdle Race. Ist-F. R. HOISINGTON, '91, IQ' sec. 2d+T. A. CONOVER, ,QO.A ' A - Running Broad Jump. IS'C-A- T. GESNER, '90, I7 feet Z in. zdn-E. B. BULKELEY, ,QO. C927 1 220 Yard Dash. I-St-W- E- A- BULKHLEYy'9O, 23 I-5 sec. 2d-E. MCP. NICCOOK, '9o. E - 44-O Yard Dash. ' 1st-E. MCP. MCC0oK, '90, 52 2-5' sec. 2d-W. E. A. BULKELEY, '90, b ' 9 Half Mile Run. Ist-E. R. LAMPSON, JR., '91, 2 m. II sec. 2d-R. H. ,HU'1'CHINS, ,QO. 1 One Mile Ruh. 1st-E. B. FINCH, '91, 5 m. IO seo. 2d-U. H. SPENCER, ,QO. V A Two Mile Run. ' 'Ist-U. H. SPENCER, '90, II min. 28 sec. RECORDS BROKEN. 440 Yaffa' Dash, E. MCP. MCCoo,K, '90, 52 2-5 sec. Flay Mz'Ze Ram, E. R. LAMPSON, JR., '91, 2 min. II sec. 120 Yaffa' Hizrdle Race, F. R. HOISING'l'ON, ,QI,' IQ sec. S U M M A R Y . Winners. Seconds. Records Broken. '89, 0 . 1 o 5 '90, 7 II I '91, 6 J, I 2 ,h ,Q2, 1- V o o REFEREE-PROF. F. S. LUTHER, ,7O. JUIJGES-PROP. J. J. MCCOOK and J. W. SHANNON, '87. STARTER--C. W. BOWMAN, '87. E TIME KEEPERS-MR. JOHN MELROSE and MR. STEPHEN DALY.. COMMITTEE OF.AR1iANGEh4ENTS-R. H. SCHUTZ, '89, W. E. A. BULKELEY, '90 T. A. CONOVER, '90. C935 'Z 5 ALL ANDIGAP, EETIN6 QF 15892 T, 0 A. A, Q . I BOO Yard Dash. . .4 R ist-J. B. Bxvimi-11111, '91, II 2-5 sec. 2d-E. R. LAMPSON,',QI, II 3-5' sec. i , Standing Broad Jump. . H B Ist-A. T. Gicsxi-114, ,QO Qecratchj, 9 ft. 75 in. 2d-L. D. PEUGNET, '93, 9'ft. 45 in Freshman IOO Yard Dash. in 1st-WV. P. NILES, IZX sec. 2d-J. CIJLLEN, JR., IZZ sec. .- 220 Yard Dash. f ist-J. B. BURNHAM, ,QI, 235 sec. 2d-W. P. NILES, '93, 24 sec. . Foot Ball Drop Kick. 7 ist-H. S. GFIQAVLLS, ,Q2, 141 feet II in. 2d-E. B. BULKELEY, 130 feet 4111. 120 Yard Hurdle Race. ' ' ist-W. P. Ninas, '93, 135 Sec. 2d-F. R. HOISING'l'ON, '91 Cscratchj, 185 seep A Running High Jump. I Ist-NV. P. NILES, '93, 5' feet 5 in. 2d-F. R. H01s1NGTON, '91, 4'feet 115 in. ' I . . Foot Ball Punt. , A A 1 ' lst-H. S. GRAVES, '92, 139 feet 1 in. ZCIQE. B. BULKELEY, '90, 127 feet 2 in. Running Broad Jump. , ' 1st-A. T. GESNER, ,QO, I7 ft. 15 in. 2d-L. D. PEUGNET, '93 Qscratchj, 16 ft, 1.05, 424-O Yard Dash. U ' Q 1 Ist-J. B. BURNHAM, '91, 605 sec. 2d-F. R. HOISING'1'ON, '91. ' Standing High Jump. Ist-E. B. BUMQELEY, '90 Qscratchj, 4 ft. 55 in. 2dfA.eT. GESNER, '90, 4 ft. .4.Zi11. C945 f ' 4 ' l I ' 1 GVMNASIHM EXH1B1T10N TUESDAY MARCH 25 1890 CONTESTS Stanolln Hugh Jump mt BACON Q2 4 feet 25 11'l 2d P1 U01xr1 Q3 4 eet 134 111 Parallel Bars Best EXh1b1t1011 for Challenge Cup G :HALL 9 Running Hlgh Jump Ist W E A BUIKEIPY QO 5 feet 2d NILES 4feet 1114 111 Rope Cllmblng mt SIFNCFP Q0 75 seconds 2d H01s11xC10N QI 9se0011ds Club Swlnglng U H SPFNCE1 Q0 T A C01x0VER QO V C PLDEPSFIX 9 High Kick 1st PLUGNE1 Q3 7feet II 111 2d H01s1N0T0N 9 PLUCNL1 afterwards broke the rec01d k10L111g 8 feet 591 11 Horlzontal Bar U H SHENCEP QO A T GESNER QO T P THUPSION Q1 H 11,, ,Q2 O G HAMMOND Q2 E B DEAR Q3 Vaultlng 1st HOISIBGTON QI 6feet5 111 2d G HALL Q2 Medley U H SPENCER Q0 G HALL Q2 J R BAQON 9. O G HAMMOND Q2 P P STAUFFEP Q3 Tumbling R BACON Q2 G HALL 9 O G HAMMOND 9 E K HUISBAI 11, '92 A GILDERSLEEVE Q3 H H PELTON Q3 lhe M0Cracka11 Cup for tl1e best all r0u11d athlete was vs 011 105 J R BA00N Q2 Holder 0f the MCCTRCRHI1 Cup for 1889 G HALL Q2 JUDFES P S BRYANT and R H SCHUFZ REFLREL PROF F S LUTHER GYMNASIUM INSIIUCTOI PROF STEPHEN DALY COMMIIVIFE O1 ARRANGDMEBTS T A CONOVER QO Cl1a1r111a11 U. H SPENCER QO T P THURSFON QI G HALL Q2 O G. HAMMOND, 792 :ID D X ll 1 .ff l ts 1 I I w . 1. 1' V 556' Ta ' L . 2 I - '. 1 ' 'Y -A . ,1 . 4.5 V.. O 1, 'uf -9 v - l . ' 1 V I 8' , - . y ' 5 - , . . 1 T f. , M '-' , ,I I . T L L , , f X . X a 1 1 , ' . I , . , 2. . I A il. A v - - 'Y ' 1' . . . 1 ,J , , . 1 I , V . , 1 I r 7 . 1 3 . lx, , . 1 T 1 ' T,- , ,A . . I l A 1 7 - 1 1 ' ' T ' ,. . J x,l . . . , . . . 4 4 x L , I. . . . 7 ' ' 7 A - 5 T A T A Y 5 , , , . 1, 1. . 3. 1 1 I ' ' ,. ' . 1. . I W' , I C ' i 2 2 a '1 1 . . 1 fx, . . . .1 , . . . X '1 , . G. A . ' T 9 'Y 1 . . . , . . . , . 5. I I ' 2 T . a ' 2 - , , . . , . C' ' - ' if 55 I . :A ' 2 ' , T 1 . 3 . . , . . , . . . , 2 1 7 5 4 7 . . , . . J. x, . IL . I , , V Y 7 , . , J. . , . . , 2. . . , 2. - - x . 7 ' 7 1 . l 3 . . . , - , ' ' rx Y ., 7 Bl- , , 5 7 , . - - 1 ' . ' v . 14 ' , wh. U . - , ' .., 1 1 1' . . ' ' - ' - ' 4 4 4 1 , - . . . ' 1 "1 1- . - , 7 f ' ' X. 7 .1 T -1- . . 1 9 ' I 7 . xr 7 , 7 . v. 5 3 , 1 . 7 y 0 7 7 ' TRINITY 1-ln-1nET1c REGGRBS. 1 EVENT. RECORD. NAME. 2 DATE- E 100 yard dash, IO 2-5 S. W. R. Sedgwick, '84. 111116 9 2, 1383- , 220 yard. dash, 23 1-5 S, W. E. A. Bulkeley, ,QO. May 22, 198819. 440 yard dash, 52 3-5 S. E. MCP. McCook, '90. May 22, 1889 5 M mile run, 2 m. II S. E. R. Lampson, '91. ' May 22, 1889. , . Y 1 mile run, 4 m. 59 1-5 s. R. H. Hutchins, '90. May 22, 1888. 2 mile run, IO m. 53 s. U. H. Spencer, 790. May 22, 1888. 120 yard hurdle, IQ S. F. R. Hoisington, '91. May 22, 1889 i 3-legged-'race CIOO yardsj, I3 1-5 S. ' gSH?1i'9E9' and May 16, 1887. A 1 mile walk, 8 rn. 16 s. ' E. B. Hatch, '86. 111118 2, 1883. 2 mile walk, 20 m. IO s. R. Barclay, '82, 111116 5, 1879. in-Running' high jump, I 5 ft. 22 in. R. H. Nelson, '80. 111116 3, 1880. Standing high jump, 4 ft. 82 in. E. B. Bulkeley, '90. March 19, 1889. Running broad jump, 20 'ft. II in. ' R. M. Campbell, 778. May A 25, 1878. Standing broad jump, IO ft. 1 in. ' F. E. Johnson, '84. June 2, 1883. Pole vault, 9 ft. 7 in. 1. W. Shannon, '87. May 21, 1888. , . Bar vault, 6 ft. 8 in. O. Applegate, jr., '87. April 9, 1885, 1 Throwing 161b. hammer. 73 ft. 3 in. I. S. Howe, ,9O.' - May 21, 1838, ' Putting 16 lb. Shot, --34 ft. 22 E. D. Appleton, '80, June 3, 1880. HOP1 Skip, and lump, 38 ft. IO in. F. E. johnson, '84. May 30, 1884, Throwing base-ball, 365 ft. '4 in. 3 W. R. Sedgwick, '84. oct, 21, 1832, High kick, 8 ft. 52 in. L. D. Peugnet, ,Q3. 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I V. ,, . , , Yr .I . V 1 , V1 II. . '1:I31 . -.M . .x . V ,,. .I V I V' 1-1 A . 1 . .'I' 'I I,-.. V' , ' " ' J". . I . ,V- ye.. . x 3 .1 I , , . ,,. I, . I .-I I 'fr ., fI.I , - ,P L - 4,97--v--u . -- --- -- --- W- 1 - Jug- ---- W - - - "'- ---- ----b--- -------M-----' -up RINITV GOLLEGE 9913 LLL LEVEN ' - ..... J -Saga it ff' X 20 'f X I XX f s 4...-P JL:- X 'N I N Wig, P tflxf'-lm" 3' Held fl! DIRECTORS GILBERT P COLEMAN O Manager af X", -25.1 A 5 1 EDWARD R LAMPSON, QI Treasmfeff JAMES A TURNBULL, Q2 Captain EDWARD MCP MCCOOK, 9 Rushers GRISWOLD, Q0 THURSTON, QI HUBBARD, Q3 HUBBARD Q2 HOISINGBON, QI H1L1 E MCCOOK, Q0 Quarter Back Half Backs Full Back LYNCH, Q0 E B BULKELEY, Q0 and GRAVES, 9 BRADY, 90 Substltutes. CONOVER, '90, J. MCCOOK, '90, YOUNG, '91, TURNBULL, '92, G. HALL, ,Q2, ALLEN PEUGNET, '93, CONOVER, '93, HARTLEY, ,Q3. Captain for 1890. THEODORE P. THURSTON. I3 f97D ' sliasem QF 1559. ,L.,L.,l.-1--,l,L..-l- ,SCHEDULE OF GAMES. At Hartford, October 5, Trinity, 4Q..WGSlGY3H, 2. At NevviYork, October IQ, Trinity, 24,5 Columbia, 4. A At Hartford, October -'24, Trinity, og Yale, 64. At I-loboken, October 26, Trinity, og Stevens, 5. v At Hartford, November 7, Trinity, og B. A. A., o. At Burlington, Vt., November 9, Trirrity, 183 Vermont, 6. At 4 Hartford, November 14, Trinity, og Wes1eyan,, 6. I At Hartford, November 16, Trinity, 125. Stevens, o. At- Hartford, November 18, Trinity, 72, Rochesterfo. SUMMARY. Games Won, T ' 5 Games lost, ' 3 Games tied, , , , I Points scored by Trinity, I3OQ against Trinity, 87, points played, 217 C985 96 FGCDT BPILIIQ EIJEVEN .f R"xf"'Rff 2 I-f 4 if fum' 6, I H 7 fxT1,-m lTWLfH'IE5IlQ 45XixXi-TTKE?Fg hi- YI! I , ,-qi YN I 1 N v-f' ' 111 ' I iff' Q 5 QQQGSTMK M' f f BM nf I ,fm Q HHIWW My I If 4 5 gtg 4 1 'N I I "' C-53 swiss Piggy qiwijh, , AI IX M, web-:IW R MCC BRADY Cczpiczm and Manager I Rzzshers GRISWOLD BARBER SPENCER E MCCCOK SMIIH MCCONIHE J MCCUOI Qmz1f!e1fBac!E LYNCH Back BRADY Ha! Bazcffs E B BULKELEY COINOVER 91 FQQT BAN FIQFVFN I ,FREDERICK R HOISINGTON Capzm. H Rzzshevfs SCUDDER GRAVES BURNHAM QOSIER HOISINGTON' YOUNC TALCOIT. Qzzvmffer-Back LAMPSON BHQH-Bacis FINCH THURSION Pu!!-Bad HAvII,IIx. I 92 FCDGTHBAI I FI' FVl:Nj A HARMON S GRAVES Capzam H .Embers TROWBRIDGE ALMY ORION HUBBARD GQ HAIL HUMPHRIES BACQN' Quarier-Bac! TURNBIHJL Hay-Backs MALLORY GRAVES Fu!!-Baci SALIIS. 95 l:H9TfBPIl I FI FVFN L ,WILLIAM P NILES Manazger VVILLIAM C HILL Capfazh ' Rmheffs NILES CONKLIN WOll'LhIJLN HUBBARD BOWIE HARILEY AIIEN Qffflfffeff-Baci. PELIOH Hay-Bacis PEUGBFI HILL. E Fez!!-Back COINOX-LR. 1 1 ' - P - .Sz4bsz'zz'm'e, IVIURPHY. I h A 1 1 H. LP. H. S. W. '93, I ...L 0 to 56. H. P1 H. S. w. ba, . . 0 to 46- V195 0 I . .1 ,QU BASESBARR NINE. L Captain. I A R. MCCLELLAND BRADY, 313. I . EDWARD MCP- MCCOOK, P- A W. E. A. BULKELEY, s.s. PHILIP SMITH, C- WARREN MCCONIHE, L.F. C THEODORE L. CHERITREE, IB. ' E. B. BULKELEY, OE, G. P. COLEMAN, 212. . T. A. CONOVER, RQE. A Substitute. " R. M. 'LUTHER. ' ' L Official Scerer. h A ji G. T. MACAULEY. , .N 92 BASESBARIQ NINE. Capfain. H. S. GRAVES. .I J. PAINE, 213. I H. S. GRAVES, C. :ily J. A. TURNEULL, s.s. Ra. H. MALLORY, L.E. R. S. SALTUS, 313. J. R. BACON, C.F.v Q.. Qi E. A. DINGWALIJ, 11. E. K. HUBBARD, R.F. ' A. H. SIBLEY, IB. , Substitute. ' f 5 O. G. IRIAMMOND. , A g, il 7 . ii' 93 BASEHBALL NINE. L I Manager. ' ' J. W. LEWIS. iff,- Captain. . - W. C. HII.L. JAMES CULLEN, p, ' HENRY H. PELTON, s.s. WVILLIAM H. ROUSE, C. V LOUIS D. PEUGNET, 313- LOU1s D. HUIQISAIZID, IE. CHARLES MURRHY, 11-F- WILLIAM' C. HILL, 213. GEORGE WILSON, C-F- . RICHAllD CONOVER, L.F.A - Official Scorer. ' X RO15ER'1' C. HAYDEN. QIOID I ,1 gk 1 190 Ho wiv A LQEVEN. 2 gr.- Q 25:2 I - -...- -- - ' 4 2 ., -' A 731.52 3 6155 f- gf' . A o ............n................... ,, I. aim A lm-U-.ml f,j.:: I X ..............x ..........,................,.. -'-. F-Q-I' lg . I 4. I .,-.. 2211231.- F' - 1 - M' -5 --""" ::::::1222fffffffffI: . ff: W' NX ..:QQ':222ifi...,.. . Q J' 0, . F- ..... 1225222222222 ..... . Point. T. CONOVERQ Cczpfmfz. . ' ' Rushers. - W. E. A. BULKELEY, C.AS. GRISWOLD, P. SMITH, E. B. BULKELEY, 2 J. S. LITTELL, G. P. COLEMAN D Half-Backs. ' ' ' G. W. SARGENT, WARREN MCCONIHE. ' Cover Pomt Goal Keeper E MCCOOK, T L CHERITREE 91 HQCKEY ELEVEN Rushers W G WRIGHT, PLUMB, VAN SCHAAK HOISINGTON, KINGSBURY, HAMLIN, FINCH, THURSTON Half Backs L AMPSON, HAMILTON Goal Tender MCCULLOCH C1035 Q EI 7 . 2 r RINITV em' GREW. 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C 'X ' ' I ' '7EE'EE-QEFAK if- 1 0 4, nf : ii N4 N . l : 1:31155---F .J 3 1 -C .1 i. E v ' " 1 1 2 T ---fo :LW 31.11"-F' 5 .,,, C1 . Lyn' ffl- -- e-T i ,.. , Y-.- - - -- A-A CONOVER, '90, Bow, HAYDEN, '93, 2, HUBBAIiD,j '93, 3, HOISING'l'ON, '91, 4, E. B BULKELEY, -'90, 5, SIBLEY, '92, 6g YOUNG, '91, 7. A E. MCP. McCook, ,QO, Stroke and Captain. MACAULEY, '90, Coxwain. Coach for 1890, F. FITZGERALD, '89, ' "N, B. BEAT CREW. DICKINSON, '93, Bow, SHEPARD, '91, 2, MINER, '90, 3, LAWTON, 791, 45 HOWARD, '91, 5 I Hicks, '91, 65 ALLEN, '93, 7. A J. LEWIS, '93, Stroke and Captain. E. K. HUBBARD, JR., '92, COXW9.i11. ' Coach for 1890, C. C. TXROWBRIDGE, '92, Annual race held April 1, 1890. Course, College Walk, four times length of building and return. . ' :F Never Beaten. 14 C 105 D U AWN I C., Q, I + dai? SVEQ P Qi n ,y V ' f "1-1:iE2E?1:5"g - -a Ailiiiiil ,wax-mff----swag .. Q M73 'E'--fmt ' -L' . .ii'j?H'15u-si, . an if fx' -' V-J Af 'aff f gif w, ?'x 'J I A VV E., f-.g " f 4 f fig ' -'pi " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Wwff' 1' Q ,sn 2, ' f . .vfq rit 5 A . ,1:f','-j- af ' - ' -a v f ' ff 1 - ,,.- -. :rx V ' , ' '- ' "El ' E-2f"f"f,1ty .,...... ..--- ' Lisff' W" I ""' A m,.,..,,. 'm I wgifyffs , -'d5?'5'Vm:41i'I9 ,fp f , 2 'i.Q"Qf0:2Qf7 -.7 'miffv rw ,i1M,. ,g5,'?, f -4 f g53v". w ' xxigwif: 1-A J I il '-1 A LAI, 1 in 1,3 . 7' 4 1 1 Q ,T i I r '9 C IO6 J .B .INTER-A - oLLEs1ATE LAWN TENNIS SSOCIATION. , ORGANIZED AT TRINIVTY COLLEGE, APRIL 17, 1883. ' ' . OFFICERS 1339-90. Preszkieni, O. S. CAMPBELL, Columbia, '91. ' ' Vzee-Preszkieni, Q. A. SHAW, Harvard, '91. Seerezfary 'amz' Treasurer, R.. P. HUNTINGTON, Yale, '91. SEVENTH ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. HELD ON THE GROUNDS OF NEW HAVEN LAWN GLUB, OCTOBER, isse. L Represented- Amherst, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, Trinity V V Williams, and Yale. 9 Singles. Y Ist - HUNTINGTON, Yale, .'91. 2d- HOYEY, Brown, ,QO. . .- . Doubles. I' ISt-EOL. S. CAMPBELL, '91, and A. E. WRIGHT, '91, Columbia. 2d-HUNTINGTON, '91, and IHUNTINGTON, '91, Yale. OFFICERS 1888-89. Preszkieni, G. A. HURD, Yale, '9o. . I Vzee-Ifreszkieni, Q. A. SHAW, H-31'V3fd, '91- Seereiary and T reasurer, O. S. CAMPBELL, Columbia, '91- C C1075 I 1 SPRING OF 1883. 5 l FALL FALL, FALL FALL FALL, FALL FALL, 1883 1884. 1885. 1886 1887 1888 1889 WINNERS IN THE INTERACOLLEGIATE LAWN ENNIS I SSCCIATION. O SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION AT TRINITY,COLLEGE, APRIL, 1883. Szufles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles .Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles i Ist, zd, Ist, zd, ISt zd, Ist 2d, ISC 2d, ISt, zd, Ist zd, Ist 2d, ISt zd, Ist zd, Ist zd, ISt 2d, Ist zd, Ist 2d, Ist 2d, Ist zd, 7 7 7 7 7 J. E. CLARK, '83, Harvard. G. L. SARGENT, Yale. CLARK and TAYLOR., '86, Harvard. GARDNER, '84, and HILL, '85, Brovvn. TAYLOR, '86, Harvard. THORN, '86, Yale. ' - PRESBURY, '85, and TAYLOR, '86, Harvard. KNAPP, '86, and THORN? '86, Yale. KNAPP, '86, Yale. ' BRINLEY, '88, Trinity. KNAPP, '86, and THORN, '86, Yale. BRINLEY, '88, and WRIGHT, '88, Trinity. , KNAPP, '86, Yale. BRINLEY, '88, Trinity. , KNAPP, .'86, and SHIPMAN, '86, Yale. CHASE, and PRATT, Amherst. BRINLEY, '88, Trinity. THACHER, '87, Yale. KNAPP, '86, and THACHER, '87, Yale. BRINLEY, '88, and PADDOCK, '88, Trinity. SEARS, '89, Harvard. CAMPBELL, '91, Columbia. SEARS,- '89, and SHAW, ,QI, Harvard. HALL, '89, and CAMPBELL, ,QI, Columbia. SEARS, '89, Harvard. CAMPBELL, ,QI, Columbia. HALL, '89, and CAMPBELL, '91, Columbia. SEARS, '89, and SI-IAYV, '91, Harvard. HUNTINGTON, ,QI, Yale. HovEY, '90, Brown. ' CAMPBELL, 791, and VVRIGHT, ,QI, Columbia. HUNTINGTON, '91, and HUNTINGTON, ,QI, Yale Q IOS J 1 TRINITY GeRmESE AWN TENNIS ' SSCDGIATIGN. Dl REOTO Rs. ROBERT H. HUTCHINS, 'QO. , ' GEORGE H. WRIGHT, '91. 9 JOHN PAINE, '92 The fourteenth tohrnament was held uiader the auspices of the Association October,1889. 9 V ' Winners. Szkzgles -Ist, R. H. MALLORY, ,Q2. 2d, '-I. PAINE, ,92. D0ubZesF1st,.M. VVRIGHT, '91, and R. H. MALLQRY, '92. Hzd, J. PAINE, '92, and M. MCCONIHE, '92. 4 REPRESENTATIVES AT THE INTER COLLESIRTE TOHRNRMENT EOR 1559 Sznglgy DOZ!bfES M R WRIGHT M R WRIGHT R H MALLORY R H MALLORY QIOQP .'. . g.a ,z . H 5 I I i jg S I I -f 11 is 11 H I If I U I. ,Z ,S .5 ' 5. . , .3 'x . X f Y ? ' 6 fr 1' l 1 .1 xfjx v 1 If 1 i 19 t 1 I X f - - I I fu E 1 - I I 1 Q f . a 14' X I I ' .. x . it . I 1 5 v n W X P' v l ' 4 I X :T P 1 ! x ' 1 1 5 ' I D J I 5 1 ZQ i L , 5 2 . ' ' - L . , A ' 1 A 2 fi-.H Mi .. f-SNK - f 4 ..,. Z? 5 ' 24-in +A , - 741 f -- Y-.QQ-.4 X " 111191 2: V A e , ' Ap X 5121-11-'Jw A L. A s , J L' 7 N 1-:"' X A .F ,f , A. I 5.51 Eg5,.a':' x . .. . k rg 54:13-fg-gt-:g.1e-1' Q gig! - -u', : 0.7-.ut-1f4Sg.g'.f.g-' Q . ,gt-q.g",.-1' . 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E. PRESSEY, '91. U wild west Trio. W. PRESSEY, ,9O. P. SMITH, ,QO. QIISJ E. PREssEY,. QI W. E. R. E. T. R. G. H. x A. V. G. C. 1 60 12079 IT W PSI EIPSILQN QHARTETTE. PRESSEY, B. BULKELFX MCC. BRADY, A. PRESSEY, TVICIQEAN, IR., H. TVIALLORY, T. XVARREN S. GRAVES, BELTA CRAHIREII, C. PEDERSEB HALL, . S. GRISWOLD . . . . ' .... ISt Tenor v . 2d Tenor Ist Bass. . 2d Bass. 1. K. A, QQIARTETTE. ' "" Q If 122211 Ist Bass. . zd' Bass. KPIPPA EPSILQN QEIPIRTETTE. - - , - - . I . . Ist Tenor . 2d Tenor - - . ISt Bass. - - . zd Bass. QIZOD . W PRESSEY, . WARREN, . CoL1+:MAN, CHE111'I'IaEI:, FINCH, TALCo'r'1', PEDERSEN, PRESSEY, . HUNIIJHRIES, MALLORY, H. S. GRAVES, . I. D. RUssELL, . CRABITREE, HUMPHRIES, MCKEAN, YARDLEY, RANDALL, SALTUS, GRAVES, MALLoRY, -I6 90 QSARTETTE 91 QHARTETTE 92 eeARTETTE. Leczdeff, R. F. HUMPHRIES. Q2 CDGTETTE. QIZID Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. IUSJE Tenor. 2d Tenor. ISt Bass. 2d Bass. Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. I ISt Tenors zd Tenors. ISt Basses. 2d Basses. '4 P. I I I enor, 11011 ' Tenor. enor. ass. Bass. rdwdo' M0- ml W' ZW ISGELLRNY fI25P 4 Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, x HE Emem SQHEEZER. s f-P W N QNSTOJ I ' F 55 ff MJ? L55 ee A 42 E 26 4? Z4 gf f . ' 557 W. H. BENJAMIN, ,57. ' I Receiver, IG. R. HALLALI, O 5 T 59 ' Im'fenz'am fvzkzm am' faczkzm. G. R. I-IALLAM, '59. Receiver, W. S. COGSWELL, , '61 it Per-aspeffa ad czsiffa. ' - W. H. WEBSTER, '61. . Receiver, N. B. DAYTON 5 ee T Ne Zenies am' ferjice. R. F. GOODWIN, '63. Receiver, C. W. NIUNRO 5 65 V T , Facia non verbal. H- G- GARDNER, '65- Receiver, RO13ERT SHANV I QI26, 1 ml nu, '61, In '63 W, '65 yi 'Sl X Presenter Presenter, Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter, Presenter, Presenter Presenter, Presenter ! '68 Semper reseefzs. F. L. NORTON, '68. ' - Receiver, E. V. B. K1SsAM A '69 , . ' . Nmfzgzzcmz nan pezrafzzs. JACOB LEROY, '69, Receiver, D. P. COTTON '71 . Afulla 7fesz'zlgz'cz refrorszzm. ' WILLIAM DRAY1'ON, '7I. Receiver, F. O. GRANNISS . R '73 ' ' D , Q I - A2512 'Adyegx A C. E. WOODMAN, ,'73. Receiver, C. E. CRA114 '74 O15 1z'apFL 0Xon6v. A R. M. IEDNVARDS, '74. Receiver, H. V. RLI'1'lIE1Q1"OR1J '76 C. E. MOORE, '76. D. HILLS, '78. W. R. LEAKEN, '8O. A. P. BURGWIN, '82 A. D. NEELY, '85. Inseffwh' hofzoffi. '78 'Av6,oLCs0t9e. '80 oi, new am' apye. '82 Respzee jinem. '85 Dznfzlv 72071 fnmgzi Receiver, W. C. BLACKMER Receiver, D. L. FLEMING Receiver, A. P. BURGNVIN Receiver, S. H. GIESY Receiver, G. S. WATERS , '87 D. ifllzzifrz zbz dzes czeirizlveenfes. A. H. ANDERSON, 'S7. Receiver, E. C. JOHNSON, 2D ' R '88 A Per arzegusfez em' azegzzsicz. E. C. JOHNSON, 2D, '88. Receiver, E. MCP. MCCOOK '90 - Sempeff zzgefzs zzlzyzezki. KEEPERS GF THE LEMON SQUEEZER. f127D E H I IN !! Ig MK! ' Z: wg X A , 14 V " xlx' -I H QM . . W W Q X W P , Emi, C9 Q36 Elcmoef Que CL QDCLGBI Q0 f-Sun? upon? CLQ Eccuafer Elegy df Raef Q0 pang CL Qagarw QIZSD X TRINITV GQLLEGER ERMAN GRAB. Pl"eSidel'l1Z. VV. E. A. BULKELEY. ' ViC9-'Pl'9Si0l9l'1'C- Secretary and Treasuirer. G- T- WARREN- . IG. N. PIAMLIEN. ' ' Exeeutive Commbittee. t W. E. A. BULKIEELEN. 'I G. T. WARREN. G. N. HAhfIL1N . A Leaders. . fbfsz' German-G. T. MACAULEY and E. K. HUBBARD. Skcofm' Geffmcm-G. T. WARREN and H. SCUDDER. Thzwi VlG:67'?7Z6lh-- C. H. TALCO'l"lx. A Fozwfih Gezffzzkm-T. TVICKEAN and J. PAINE. 4 Efih German-D. VAN SCHAACK and G. TN. HABILIN. - Szlrifk German-E. B. BULKELEY and W. E. A. BULKELEY. Members. . W. E. A. BULBELEY. ' E. B. BULKELEY. E. MCP. MCCOOK. G. T. TVIACAULEY G. T. WARREN. W. MCCONIHE. P. COLEMAN. El. B. FINCH. C. H. TALCO'l"l'. G. N. I'IAMLIN.Y H. SCUDDER. - D. VAN SCHAACK. E. R. LAMPSON. A. L. GREEN. J. PAINE. W. O. ORTQN. T. MCKEAN, JR. E. K. HUBBARD., H. S. GRAVES. R. H. BTALLORY. 171 B C1295 emi.: 4 f ff TRINITY GQLLEQE DRAMATIG SSQGIATIQN. '3s'f'. '- wVP"ff' W , N . if ,, . . pi .' -. 5 W -5 'J L Q . KX fl 4X ixmx 1 J Q QS' . is ff 3 . ' 1 723 Q f.i ,-'N A 'x sv' Q4 "il" Q ,A fs N Xt! 2' !, X 1 i Xi :ASX G X WB X9 11 ,.,.3vi.Q 3 f 1 tx NWS 0 K wk 1 , W' 1 ' fi XX xx- ,Jn XXX 'f xt X ff fiifzii A 'f 'jf'-:.: ig if wf.gf xx , it X5 i I . W is V X AA X X X f ,f if jmn Qiil im? :wif f OFFICERS. President. W. PRESSEY, '9o. Secretary-Treasurer. I 3 Stage Manager. W. H. MCCULLQCH, '91. G. N. I'IAMI.IN, '91. W. PRESSEY, '90, W. H. MCCULLOCH, 'Q . Executive Committee. I P G. N. HAMLIN, ,QL f1305 P. SMIT1-I, '9 G. T. WVARREN oo TRINITY GOLLEEE RAMATIC SSOOIATION. Repreduelien ef the Shakespearean Z15ater Gare. PRESENTED FEBRHIAXRY 5, 1590, AT ALHMNI HALL. ' CAST. Persons at present 'undertreatment in this Celebrated hydropathy: PORTIA, ........ WILLIAM PRESSEY, ,QO. " Who of legal knowledge has attained such agrip, is by SHYLOCK ,....... ' PHILIP SMITH, '9o. I taken into partnership." . MACBE'I!H, . ..... E. PRESSEY, '9I. LADY MACBETH, . . . - . . HERBERT PARRISAH, ,QI ' ' . " H6T6,S employment for thee." JULIET, . . - ...... H. S. CANDEEI, ,Q3. " Romeo, be but sworn my love, and I'1l no longer be a Capuletf' ROMEO, . , . ' ...E . . , I. K. HUGHES, '9I. . " I'1l take thee at thy Word "-and he did. ' QPHELIA, ...... R. C. HAYDEN, ,Q3. 'SA little more than kin, and HAMLET,' ..... I G. N. HAMLIN, '9I. less than kind." OTHELLO, ...... H. H. PORTER, '93, " Hereafter haunted by Desdy's mother." GHOST, ........ T. A. CONOVER, ,QO. " Doomed for a Certain term QTrinityj to Walk the night." " 'Tis true that a good play needs no epilog11es." MUSICAL DIRECTOR, . . A .... G. P. COLEMAN, 190. DANCING. C T31 J if Z 5 f '1 - '-.S 33-A B , x . Q ' . ' X ,l, 47. i lg . fx I-I ". - ' ,f . jxfg . '-z5f,f" 'I ' v , 'figs , -f',5lgQ7k, Y 1 r,, 1, xl :-1 I - ' xv f K, ,itffwkis L . Iwtif 1 gig: -4.1, -M' , E W iw AQ: , B R L , 'D 'D 1 '9 ' . W . g li, ' " S 5 ,L A ' . ll! ,. fn. Ir, sh X 'I 1 1 Au. I ,A sf K-5 f W B KM me WI' .X ' aff B Nw , ' ' , Q N Sig n V wwgnl S EQ li , 2 ' . . if fa , . 5 - ,- f f 1 'EEh 1 L 1 I Q 'O 0 W g, f f t S SGDCBCQ1 B, , .X it 2 1 , 'o HU H W Q nv ' , ' I ' L N B Q1 F22 R SCCDIRW w ak ., w n , H H r N ,Ig ' Sk Y W . . -7- .-.-..- -f-Q' lg ', NP : , , . ' SUPPORTED BY BSSTH,-LB ANE - Q IVXSDJESKA. Managers. HAYDRN. HUBBARD, "93. THURSTON. H Lords, Attendants, etb. , DINGWALL. HUBBARD, '93, PARRISH. HILL. ' L ' HALL. THURSTON. . HAYDEN. 1 MCCONIHE, '92. YOUNG. HUBBAIQD, '92, NICCULLOCH. GREEN. C1323 f l AQEEEP TWNIIEWH X I 1.1! ' l QWXXTT - 'Huh nl I I I s ' . V 5' I H, ": HI , A ,M-I-:,..4..-,a 5- -gl :I -- -" , '- T1..ff-QQ---4 :'a""" -. ' - ---5,-',X ""f'f Ulf' ' la i....i.,Qx,g U ' -Lim: In f . 5 - Q A list- -I , -. g W. 7' 'I v 1' 253 - , ,T . 5.3351 ,lrfg i -e,1-.sz Im' ,, IU C .T""'--'- RN ?m'f"i-L?" 2-E?-i+'FLL'7' -jg "fx .Z 07 ' 1 X' ' ' "1--7--1 -fx-T " ':"1ii- "f.5f.?2-ani., 'l i ' "T Rx I---4g:.'L .X -N X1 Xl- - " --ffl. 42 :5.AX!QJ:':,?" 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RU 1 In 11. 41335 I NN ii A ' I., e. v "ff 0 R ? Ill l llllllllllllllllffi ' President E , ' WARREN MCCGNIHE. f 1 3 Secretary and Treasurer. HEYWARD SCUDDER R Blacks.: Whites A. iv G. T. WARREN, N R. LRB. LYNCH, I. K. HAMILTON, JN., A. C. GRAVES, fi C. E. TAYLOR,.A. R H, S. GRAVES, ' , u n Ji I mm 'n :,w . LEILEIAN . HESS " LHB . gt - x 'I IDEIQTA KAPPA Erlsmem CHESS CMB X -whites. C. S. GRI'SNVOLD, G. H. VVRIGHT, O. G. HAMMOND A. CRA1s'1'1u3E, W. H. COSTER, W. G. WR1Gr1'1'. iw! X , gi! X ,rZf X X " X , XX ,ZZ X X Z? x f x X r, x QNX A, SQ , X ff m4 X -X . mf I f 1. Qxx ' ll If K s5 z X s X yi .XV Al,- L .ex W X f' ff -r ix -f f is .- ff i Yfguc..-J WF. " "'g' Y ,ff President. G. H. WRIGHT. Secretary and Treasurer. G. HALL. 41353 Blacks. C. A. JOHNASON, G. HALL, J. B. BURNHAM, 1 T. P. THURSTON, W. H. NICCULLOCH V. C. PEDERSEN. 1 x I. K. A. . XMZHIST GLea13. Q. E, TfXYLOR, 'Q A V ,I. K. HAMIL'l'ON, JR., H. S. GRAVES - ' " -- G. T. VVARRENL, H. SCUDDER f P51 EIPSILQN WHIST GLcd13. R. MCC. BRADY, - I. A. 'l1URNBULL,, T. H. YAIQDLEY NILES. BIG F9612 .WHIST GLHB. ' ' ' . ' POINTS. McCULLocH and THURSTON, . ' ....q . . 1380 COSTER and W. VVRIGHT, . 1280 THE NIIYXROD Qaeda. . ' P1feSz2z'em'+F. R. HOISINGTON. Vzke-Pffeszkiefzf-+A. H. SIBLEY. Secreicwfy and Treaszaref-W. E. A. BULKELEX H Ra!-caZ6ke1f+E. MCP. MCCOOK. ' ' if. '11 'sw f!zmz'z?zg-gr0zmr!s-CATACOMBS Ulf' PARAD1514 . ng , C1365 G TRINITY Gem - mee. OFFICERS. Pffeszkienf, JOHN PAINE, '92, V Seaniczffy and Tffeasmfuf E G. LEWIb Q2 . Scan? L. D. HUBBARD 9, Members JOHN' PAIN!-L 9 . 1 - I R .BALOB 92 . G LEVVIS Q2. V ' L SALlUS I b F' MCKE-'UN I1 9 - 'I .' D. PEUGINLI 9 . S- ANU J - I W LFXNIS 99 ' I D HU1bA1xD '93 TRINITY GERMAN JGCKEY Lee To W1tCh the world Wlth noble horsenuanslnp focley V C PEDP1 em G H WPIC H1 biczffief W G WRIGHl Groom E A DIINLXNXII Rldlhg School 23 I H Stable 51 Northam Members J R BAcoN S ALMY G N HANILIB E B FINLH Race Course The Modern Language Room Spectators Nhnety One and Nmety Two Judge E K HUBBARD JR Time Keeper Prof I J McCooK ' to reform the mee course cthles Q 1375 I VV IQUCLRb Hier M4 '1 1 W I. .V 2.11, 1-' ,.. ri fin WV. ,':'i ,1- .Vi . ,'-. ,, ,ii HK" nf. - ,,. 14" 5 A N I-1, '.,-, 11, :I-, L yu wa 431 an E" .VV ,Q I ,.': ..: -Tu v: if-5 .-1 .55 Ulf .13 inf: fm b . x-., .- .w , I 3, W4 Q- . 1 ff ' 1 .t U S, YIIVS5. lvfgf r Jw"1f1,, ,7 V Q .ll X If M ,iii . :J Il Tj! ' 'T-'Q " ,, , . Q gig ' ,: 5 x W , -V W 5- W 1 -. f 543 , - -px! SXX X V Ng, . , fa? ' :- ,. -4 A Abfpplh VL A gy . A ' f . -. Q ' 1 M Ggxsv.-I E 3 n tx . 'I s F gp f QNX ig? G X . l g 1 LJ ,FW ,, W - X A ,.:'P!"sl W ww X . fbiiq b . 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Anqvmurr lvs'rvS - EB E E :ig D' as -.1 3 '25 1 gsue E-1 EE .. if mi --1.3 "' Q SZ X 5.3.55 9 52 'Z A 1 5 ag E za-H: Q Q- E ' 42 u 5 I ,,, 95 5 2 2 , Q S 'S O 2 H - 2:-as -ff 4 a 50 sf Q- s H H 55:2 5 QE-EE 6, 5 H 3 - ' ut.: g 25: O ' Jigga K2 ,.. -- LL U 4":1" an ls - G O In Z 43: ag -1 'J Ee Eu. 2 Z ag ' H55 if 22 ,,, EYES E 5 4 " 255 on S.. :5-5 iii' f-S 2 V GI sv. E g JH! ',7,a E Q2 z i-.T ,E v E! O v .Ill Il-i-I 'I I x .III .fe 3+I.l' 27 4 ' 1 l I9 C1455 XQNM!U,9f Qs IBBS 4 A Mp 1 A.f- iff' Y' X MT. GRETIXIA, PA. ii ' . Friday, June 28th.-Campers arrived by special train, at 7 P. M., and were escorted I by their host, Mr. Robert H. Coleman, ,77, to their tents, pitched on the shores of Lake Conewago. As each man entered the encampment he was presented with a badge, consisting of a silver button, on which was em- . blazoned a blue and gold shield- This was to be used as a pass on the - railroad and as a spuvenir of the reunion. A cut of it heads this article. Saturday, June 29th. -Morning: Excursions to Lebanon, Cornwall, and to the summit A of Governor Dick on the narrow gauge, tennis, rowing, etc., between showf ers. Afternoon: Base-ball, Cornwall vs. Trinity, 4-27. Evening: Concert by the College Glee Club and the Perseverance Band of Cornwall. . Sunday, June '30th. -Special train to Lebanon carried a large 'congregation to St. Luke's Church, where Bishop Rulinson of 'Central Pennsylvania preached. In the evening another special train conveyed a party to Lebanon to attend evening service. U 1 Monday, July 7sf.-Base-ball, Cornwall vs. Trinity Alum11i, I9-43. University of Pennsylvania nine arrived at noon. Another concert was given in the even- 'ing,,and the Commencement number of' the Tablet was distributed. Copies of 90,5 IVY were presented to the Alumni by Mr. Coleman. . Tuesday, Jubf 2d.-Tub race at 1o.3o A. lvi. Nine entries. Prize, Sliro, offered by Mr. Archibald Rogers., Winner, Ist heat, jones, '88g' zd, Littell, '9o. Win- ner, zd heat, Conover, 'gog zd, Potter, '92. Final heat, Conover won, jones, zd. Immediately after, the excursion to the Pennsylvania Steel Works took place. In the afternoon ball game between U. P. and Trinity was called. Only two innings could be played on account of rain. Trinity, 3, U. P., I. In the evening, concert and a " dime show." ' u C1465 A Wednesday, VJUU' 3d. -Morning: Special train to the ore banks' at Cornwall and the furnaces at Lebanon. Afternoon: Base-ball, U. P. vs. Trinity, O-IO, La- fayette zfs. Trinity, 1 -1 in five innings. Evening: Brilliant display of fire- works at Cornwall, which Mr. Coleman is accustomed to give for his employes. Thursday, July 4th. -Mt. Gretna Park thronged with visitors throughout the day. Afternoon: Base-ball, Lafayette mfs. Trinity, 6-5. Evening: Concert at the headquarters by Glee Club and Perseverance Band, followed by a brilliant illumination of the lake by fire-works. Friday Julyt5ih. -Morning: Boat races: course, a quarter. of a mile and return. Prize SBIG, offered by Mr. Archibald Rogers. Winners of double scull, Tuttle, '89, and French, '89, 2d, Bulkeley, ,QO, and Conover, ,QO. Winners of single oar race, Scott, '89, 2d, Talcott, '91. Afternoon: Base-ball, Cornwall fzfs. Trinity, 2-27. Mr. Coleman promised the ,Trinity nine fifty dollars-I for every game they should win during the ensuing seasong ten dollars of it to be devoted as a prize to the player who made the best record during the gameg a sacrifice hit to .count as a base hit in the determination tof his record. Evening: A complimentary, concert to Mr. Coleman. was given by the Glee Club at Fisher's Hall, Lebanon, for the benefit of the Lebanon Hospital. ' During an intermission, the committee on the awarding the prize of fifty dollars, oiferedrby Mr. Archibald Rogers to that ball player who should make the best record in the series of matches played at Mt. Gretna, made the report of their decision in favor of Harmon S. Graves, '92, the presentation speech being made by F. L. Wilcox, '80, T Saturday, July 6th. - General breaking up of the reunion. ' Special train left Mt. Gretna for Philadelphia and New York at IO A. M. HE committee on the Loving Cup, to be presented to Mr. Coleman at the coming Commencement, consists of Dr. Wainwright, chairman, Dr. G. Williamson Smith, W E Curtis, '75, Kramer, '89, and R. MCC. Brady, 790. Rah-Rah-Rah 1 Trim-1-ry i Boom-ran - Boom-ran - Tm-1-fy 1 C GGIZEMAN 1 fI47D 'ARADISE SEcT1oN SHGDRT Ame Cinass. fd 3 41x,L, 1' iii 'RT m 1 W I l X1 ts g gff i XXV! H ggi? ""' tl ff l l f-l f ll: l MEMBERS EDWARD BRONSON FINCH EDWARD MCPHERSON MCCooK WILLIAM ELIPHALET ADAMS BULKELEY T the right Mr Bulkeley may be seen reposmg in the easy attitude of a trained athlete At A the time the engraving was made he was evidently not ln training, as he holds one of " E. G. Lewis 85 Co's Specials" gracefully poised between his lips. The bald-headed gentleman facing you is Mr. McCook. He too, is an athlete. Though only a few summers have passed over his head, he has ' made such fast time on the race track that the whistling wind has brought N about premature old age,' as the engraving shows so well. At his right sits 'Mr. Finch. Of him we have nothing to say-he runs this book. fI48P 1 TRINITY GQACHING -m 15 , 4 'ffx W .. . .H i l , , QM Q A ff iv 34:1 f 'RH a n W W e fi A r W' +A ' Xa ,g b ,VN , J . .lqn .IKQK WH N 11- .N J QE. i i? FF ' 1 5 h X IM N- Clan- JZ .- QS' -Q X g A A I A 'iff' X fifwf R . 'FXR A ' W .Al . V -f J 'ff l A Y H - ., WA! ? hcl 'J -A " A fi- -W g,QgZ2- -1 ' -9 A A " , If Q 1561 , - 'ig , N 3 .F is I ----. 1 '. ,jg l -' 'ff ' ' x 1' 4- 7'r ' A,-2' ' 'K yawn ,I '- A l 2 1,45 ' Q, --:f4f'j:4'- f - W.. ' I. f--- , ,. - C A ,YW LX E g -.7 C?-'J A x V SEASSN er: 1559 Preszdeni, S F ARVIS, R I I Secremry arm' Treasurer, I H GREENE , MEMBERS S F JARVIS, JR , fm I H GREENE, QI 3 A W E A BULKELEY, 9 A H POTTER, Q2 R E B BULKELEY, go MCP MCCOOK, Q0 H SCHOTZ, 89 F ROBINSON, Yale, 8 R HOISINGTON, QI H TALCOTT, QI f ' A Annual Rlde- une-Elm Tree Inn, Farmmgton if ' C1497 , , 5 TRINITY CSLLEQE BRANCH QF THE ST. PAAIIES Sclfleeu, EEMNI SSGGIATIGN. .K -I Officers. Preszkienf, PROF. HENRY FERGUSON. ' ' ' l7zke-Pifeszkiefzi, T. A. ICONOVER. U . ' Prof. HENRY FERGUSON, T. A. CONOVER, G. T. WARREN, G. N. HAMLIN, ' W. C. HICKS, JR., E. R. LAMPSON, JR., A G. H. WRIGHT, W. G. WRIGHT, S. ALMY, J. PAINE, C. L. HALL, Treasurer, GLN. HAMLIN.' I I ...R 1. Members. H. A. CARY. C1505 ' Secreiarfy, JOHN PAINE K. 'HUBBARD,A IR., T. MCKEAN',' SJR., : A W. J. MILLER, R. S. SALTUSS, C. C, BARTON, IR., . L. A. CARTER, R. S. CONOVER, JR., R. C. HAYDEN, L. DEK. HUBBARD, u C.kA. LEWIS,b W. P.-NILES, 1836. 1837. 1838. 1839. 1840. 1841 1842 1843 1844. 1845 1846 1847 1848 1349 1850 1851 1852 1853 1854 1855 1856 1857 1858 1359 I86O. 1861 1862 GCGLLEGE ARSHALQS. I PLINY A. JEWETT. ALBERT DODD. GEORGE W. BEERS. THOMAS T. GUION. C. B. VARLEY. GEO. R. HALL. FRANCIS J. CLERC. A JOHN G. STERLING. SAMUEL FLOWER. JAMES B. WAKEFIELD. DAVID F. LUMSDEN. WM. C. PETERS. EDWARD H. BRINLEY. SAMUEL SHERMAN. CHARLES E. TERRY. JAMES W. SMYTH. A. HAMILTON POLK4. J. GARDINER WHITE. W. BUTLER KRUMBHAAR. JARED STARR. SIDNEY HALL. JNO. H. S. QUICK. SAMUEL B. WARREN. WM. G. DAVIES. WM. B. TIBBITS. G. W. HUGG. JNO. J. MCCOOK. 1863 1864 1865. 1866 1867 1868 1869 1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1375 1876 1877 1878 1879 1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886. . 1887 1888 1889. THOS. R ASH C T OLMSTED CHARLES WANZER HENRY K. HUNTINGTON, 4 HOWARD C. VIBBERT. AQ JOSEPH B. CHESHIRE. ' 4 "3 GEO. E. ELWELL. T:.i D. PAGE COTTON. JNO. W. QGRAY. RUSSELL MURRAY4 ' - L. M. PLUMER. ' f CHARLES D. SCUDDER. A I HENRY H. BRIGHAM. ' J. ELLIS KURTZ. A R. B. BRUNDAGE. - ' WM. N. ELBERT. - HENRY C. LOVERIDGE. ' - WM. B. NELSON. E: '1.' 1 CHAS H CARTER J ELDRED BROWN E. S. VAN ZILE. I 5 S. S. MITCHELL. gl E. B. HATCH.' . I 1 W. B. OLMSTED. J ,. W. F. MORGAN, JR. . E. N. SCOTT. E. MCP. MCCOOK. College Marsha.l, 1890. THEODORE PAYNE THURSTON. l I 1 I 4 . Q i Asslstaht College Marshals. I I E. R. LAMPSON. T F. R. HOISINGTON. I.. K. HAMILTON, JR. IE. A. PRESSEY. ' 1, W, HUGHES. f152'P' OLL QF ONOR. CONTAINING THE NAMES OF GRADUATES, UNDERGRADUATES, AND FORMER STUDENTS OF TRINITY COISLEGE WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN THE VVAR FOR THE UNION. CLASS OF 1832. john S. Phelps, Col. Missouri Vols., Milit. Gov. Arkansas. CLASS OF I857. Pliny A. Jevvett, Surgeon and Bvt. Col. Vols. CLASS 'OF 1838. . john,C. Comstock, Capt. Co. A, 1st Conn. Inf. ' . ' A O6.p1'0 pczfrzkz, ffkb. 2, 1862. A CLASS or 1842. George J. Geer, Chaplain 37th N. Y. Inf. Abraham J. Wariier, Chaplain 12th Ill. Cav. ' CLASS' OF 1844. Oliver S. Prescott, Hospital Chaplain. - CLASS OF 1845. ' Samuel F. Jarvis, Chaplain 1st Conn. Heavy 'Artillery ' " CLASS or 1848. Louis N. Middlebrook, Capt. Co. D, 1st Conn. Cav. CLASS oF 1849: Charles W. Abbot, Paymaster U. S. N. john P.'Abbot, Physician U. S. N. Logan Brandt. 06. pro pafrzkg, 1863. ' CLASS or 1850. George,A. Woodward, Col. 22d' Penn. R. C., Lt. Col. 14th Inf. U. S. A. ' CLASS OF 1851. ' Henry C. Paxson, Adj. 12th N. J. and 19th Penn. Inf. Charles E. Terry, Surgeon 11th R. I. Inf. . 7 ' 06. pro pafrzkz, Aug. 4, 1865. 208 fT535 , CLASS OF 1853. Robert Andrews, Lt. Col. Engineers. . A Q . 1 p pts Charles H. Henshaw, Capt. 1ooth N. Y. Inf. g f C1 ASS of 1854 W1ll1'Ln1 A Hrtchcocl Chapla1n U S N CLASS or 1856 Chmles E Bull eley Capt Co D 1st Conn Heavy Art1llery O6 pro f6Zf7'Z6l F66 I3 1864 SL1'1'lLlGl:MlCCOI11l'lC Col 93d N Y Inf Bvt Brlg Gen C,11.11lLS A Sumner Asst Crmaster U S A Col 1st Nev Inf CLASS or IS58 Wrllram W Hayes Surgeon 6th Cal Inf joseph Hugg Actmg Surgeon U S N J Ewlng Mea1s Qrmaster Vols Henry H PILILS Maj 1st Conn Heavy Artrllery Bvt Capt ISf U S I Strong Vrncent Maj Gen Penn Vols O6 pro pczfffza july 7 1863 CLASS OF 1859 U1 trles M Conyngham Maj 143d Penn Vols ' Gufhn A Stedman Col 11th Conn Inf Bvt Brlg Gen O6 pro paiffza Aug 6 1864 CLASS or 1860 Theodore C Glamer Sergt Co D 2d Conn Heavy Art1llery VX1ll1am H Mallo1y Capt Co A 1st Conn Cav Maj 2d lN Y Cav Enoch V Stoddard Surgeon 65th N Y Inf 1 D CLASS OF 1861 , Arthur W. Allyn Capt and Bvt Maj. 16th U S I A Wrlliam S. Logsvvell Maj 5th Conn Inf Frederrek A. Miller Actmg Master U S N A 5 . Bankson T. Morgan Capt. U S. Sharpshooters I t-Col 54th N 'Y Inf Augustus Morse jr ' , . A Edward C, Norrrs Capt 71st Penn Inf f ' ' A , 06. fra pcziffza, May 19, 1865. . NVillia1n H. VVebster, 1st Lt. Co. I, 5th Conn. Inf.g 1st Lt. Co. C, 12th Vet. R. C. 'l C1545 A A CLASS or IS62. Charles S. Hale, Chaplain 5th Vt. Vols. George VV. Hugg, 2d Lt. Co. A, 25th Conn. Inf. - 06. 1f61'0 j5az'rz2z, filly 36, 18671. Coley James, Ist Lt. Co. H, ISL Conn. Cav. , YVilliam D. Peniield, Capt.'s Clerk U. S. N. Francis S. Pinckney. Heber Smith, Adj. 5th Conn. Inf. 06. pro jmz'7'z'zz, Azzg. Q, 1862. CLASS OF 1863. james W. Clark, Acting Asst. Paymaster U. S. N. George F. Ellis, Acting 3d Asst. Engineer U. S. N. Richard F. Goodman, Acting Asst. Paymaster. U. S. N. ' Thomas M. Ludlow, Ensign U. sy N. john J. McCook, 2d Lt. Ist Va. Inf. CLASS OF 1864. - Jerome G. Atkinson. G Daniel P. Dewey, 2d Lt. Co. A, 25th Conn. Inf. H - 06. pro j5flZl7'Z.fl, Ajiril 14, 1863, Edward C. Hopson, Corp. Co. D, 2d Conn. Heavy Artillery. i 06.p1f0 jbafrzkz, 0frf. 19, 1864. Robert VV. Huntington, Capt. U. S. N. Fordham Morris, Ist Lt. 6th N. Y. Heavy Artillery, A. A. Adj.-Gen. Artillery. Ira St. Clair Smith, Ist Lt. Co. C, 31st QConn.3 U. S. C. I. Charles M. Strong.- Lemuel H. Welles, Ist Lt. 32d Vlfis. Int. CLASS or 1865. 'Franklin Hayes, Corp. Co. K, 16th Conn. Inf. ' 06. f7'0 j5:ZZ'7'2'zz, pSef!. 30, 1864. Edgar B. Lewis, Sergt. Co. D, 2d Conn. Heavy Artillery. 06. A7576 jmfrzkz, Sajif. 6, 1863. Vifilliam H. Lewis, Capt. Co. B, 2d Conn. Heavy Artillery. ff Charles W. Munroe, ISL Lt. 4th R. I. Inf. NOTE.-It is specially requested that memoranda of errors or omissions in this list be sent to the Professor of Latin. C1553 X warns-S dw any 119' a I Y l BITHARY. Rt. Rev. THOMAS HUBBARD VAIL, '31, D.D., LL.D., DIED OCTOBER 6, 1889. H ACHARLES JEDIDIAH BUCKINGHAM, '32, DIED OCTOBER 2, 1889. Rev. CLEMENT MOORE BUTLER, '33, D.D., DIED MARCH 5, 1899. Rev. ABIJAH PERKINS MARVIN, '39, M.A., . DIED OCTOBER 19, 1889. WILLIAM FRANCIS TAYLOR, '44, M.A., I DIED OCTOBER 3, 1889. . LOUIS CRUGER HASELL, '50, M.A., M.D., DIED JULY 24, 1889. Rev. VVILLIAM HENRY VVILLIAMS, '53, M.A., DIED OCTOBER 11, 1889. ' Rev. JAMES HENRY VVILLIAMS, '54, M.A., ' DIED APRIL 25, 1889. FRANCIS SAYRE PINCKNEY, '62, - DIED MARCH '18, 1889. Rev. HENRY WINTER SYLE, '67, M.A., DIED JANUARY 6, I8QO. Rev. VVILLIAM BYRON BUCKINGHAM, '69, M.A., - DIED JANUARY 20, 1890. Rev. STEPHEN ELLIOTT BARNNVELL, '71, DIED MARCH 27, 1890. JOSEPH MAYCJ, IR., '91, DIED OCTOBER 18, 1889. I . Rev. DANIEL RAYNES GOODWIN, D.D., LL.D., PRESIDENT 1859-1869, . DIED MARCH 151 T890 , . C1575 V S. V S. V S. V S. V S. V S. V S. V S. V S. V S. V S. V 1 x' .IN 1827. Isaac E. Crary. Samuel C. Goldsborough. 1828. Henry G. Smith. wiiiiam H. waiter. 1829. joshua G. Wright. Samuel AS. Lewis: 1830. V Augustus F. Lyde. Isaac W. Hallam. 1831. Nathaniel E. Cornwall. joseph R.. Eccleston. H 1832. I E. Edwards Beardsley. john W. French. 1833. Hugh L. Morrison. V Edward Hardyear.. 1 834. William Payne. Solomon G. Hitchcock. 1835. Robert Tomes. Edward Van Deusen. 1836. James H. Elliott. Isaac H. Tuttle. . 71837. i Abner jackson. john T. Cushing. x J, .9 ,4 . . ,,.. X Amie1cTeR1ANs AND SAuaTAToR1ANs RINITV CQLLEGE. 1838. Charles Gillette. . Cyrus Munson. . ISQQ. Isaac G.' Hubbard. Nathaniel ' O. Cornwall. i184O. Robert B. Fairbairn. Vandervoort Bruce. 1841. gWm. H.' Frisbie., iHenry D. Noble. Thomas R. Pynchon. 1842. George Rossiter. Henry C. Preston. 1843. Thomas S. Preston. George Ker. 1844. 3 David P. Sanford. Tilton E. Doolittle. 1845. Robert C. Rogers. John A. Paddock. 7 1846. - john VV. Bacon. Samuel M. Whiting. 1847. Samuel Benedict. George S. Gilman. 1848. Benj. H. Paddock. Nath. M. Belden. 541585 1849. john M. Atwood. George W. Giddings .185o. john T. Huntington. Daniel E. Loveridge 1851. ' . . .Charles J. Hoadly. Alex. G. Cummins. 1852. I Lucius- H. Jones. Francis Chase. 1853. I Alfred L. Brewer. William G. Spencer. 1854. George D. johnson. james H. Williams. 1855. Luke A. Lockwood. Edwin C. Bolles. 1856. Daniel .E. Holcomb. Samuel F. Hotchkin. 1857. A Samuel Hermann. George B. Hopson. 1858. George S. Mallory. William H. V ibbert. 1859. Samuel B. VVarren. Edwin E. johnson. ' ISGO. Charles H. W. Stocking. Augustus jackson. 1861. Arthur W. Allyn. A. B. Jennings. 1862. james B. Murray. George W. Hugg. 1863. john S. Smith. VV. N. Ackley. 1864. Robert A. Benton. Joseph F. Ely. 1865. Charles T. Olmsted Edward P. johnson. 1866. Samuel Hart. Henry A. Metcalf. 1867. Vlfilliam R. Mackay. George G. Nichols. 1868. V Frank L. Norton. Frank H. Potts. V. Orin A. Sands. V. Lewis, H. Paddock. V. Willard Scudder. 1869. George O. Holbrooke. Arthur McConkey. 1870. George MCC. Fisk. Harlow R. Whitlock. . 1871. George W. Douglas. Chauncey C. Williams. 1872. Paul Zeigler. James 'I-I. George. 1873. Leonard W. Richardson. Oliver H. Raftery. 1874. Edward N. Dickerson. james D. Smyth.. 1875. George M. Hubbard. Edward W. Worthington. 1876. Isaac Heister. Charles E. Moore. 1877. Charles C. Edmunds, Jr. john Prout. ' 1 887. 1878. john D. Hills. john G. VVilliams. 1879. Alfred Harding. James S. Carpenter. 1880. T. M. N. George. Lorin VVebster. 1881. J. Russell Parsons, jr Charles W. jones. 1882. Seaver M. Holden. John H. McCrackan. 5 1883. ' R. T. Reineman. I. E. Brown. 1884. Henry R. Neely. William S. Barrows. - 1885. ' H. B. Loomis. Robert Thorne. ' 1886.' Hermann Lilienthal. William J. Tatej S. William A. Beardsley. 1888. 1889. f159D , S. Charles E. Purdy. -S. joseph VV. Fell. HE ' HILXPEIQ. -1- CHAPLAIN, .... THE PRESIDENT OF! THE COLLEGE. - v .ORDER OF SERVICES,-OBLIGATORY. Daily: Morning Prayer, 8.30 A.M.,' or Evening Prayer, 5.45 P.M'. Cat least four attendances eaoh 'Week must be in the morningj. Sunday: 10.30 A.M. and 5 P.M. Ash-Wednesday and Good Friday: 'IO.3O A.M. or 5 P.M. Ascension Day: 8.30 A.M. or 5 P.M. 3' ' 3. . A VOLUNTARY. , ' Sunday: Holy Communion, 8.10 A.M. Lent: Daily, II.55 A.M. QLitanyj. Holy W'eek, 11.55 A.M., 9 1?.M. Thanksgiving Day: 10.30 A.M. Daily: Morning or Even- ing Prayer Qsee Note abovej. ' . CHAPEL CHOIR. ' Deccmzl Pffecenloff. Ccmzwfzlv. ' W. PRESSEY, ' A W. PRESSEY. 4 ' RANDALL, JOBE, LITTELL, ' SALTUS, DICKINSON, MCKEAN, PEDERSEN. CHERITREE. E. A. PRESSEY, .- PEARCE- 1 . W. C. D. WILLSON. . - Offgcmzlvf, G. P. COLEMAN, '90, 1 Asszkicmz' Offgcmzlvi, R. M. LUTHER, '90. -1- . CHAPEL MONITORS. ' GUY MINER, I' .H. H. BARBER. Offerings in C0llegeEChapel 18,88-89, 35382.20 ' Q 160 J LASS BAY QF .THE CQEASS QF 12390 JETINE 24, 1590. President. A G. P. COLEMAN. 4 Orator. ., AE. MCP. MCCOOK. Poet- Presenter. W. MCCONIHAE. n G. W. SARGENT. Lemon Sq ueezer Orator. A T. A. ooNovER. Historian. W. E. A. BULKELEY. Epilogue. C. S. GRISWOLD. COMMITTEES. CLASS DAY. SMITH, BARBER, LYNCH, LUTHER, and PYNCHON. - RECEPTION. E. BULKELEY, W. BULKELEY,,COLEMAN, CONOVER, GRISWOLD, and WARREN. U Music. A COLEMAN, PRESSEY, and WARREN. INVITATIONS- CONOVER, W. BULKELEY, CHERITREE, and MCCONIHE. V PHOTOGRAPH- WILLIAMS, GESNER, and LITTELL. ' FINANCE. E. MCCooK, BRADY, HUTCHINS, MACAULEY, and J. MCCooK. NOMINATING COMMITTEE. COLEMAN, E. BULKELEY, WARREN, MACAULEY, J. McCooK. and GRISWOLD. , ' Z1 A QICID F Yes! Time may hring all his pitiless changes, Ne'er from the heart shall the past fade away, Though o'er the mountains the shadows he falling, And the bright skies slowly turn to dull gray, Yet, in descending V Shades of the evening, May We not dream of the loeauty of day? .AV fm Nl A fu I W r hi Q. it ' IIA XS Vi Q ' lf' , l 2 X X ' I 'M' .5 ,'-' U g g: -EL s r ,i !4?Z:,'jL,- vI, - 41' -Q Q, - , . 5 , gg f, ,. 2 2? : ' 1,7 :rig 'llzlifpflf I " 7 1 I ffl! ilu-.'qr,',1::zf f 1, l A '?'f ffffs':f "'- ' - f if 1' 5 ' " '1 . 'Ki ld i W'if2W .feffl"2- J f KC -r N it H 7 " 1 ' s 'V i'liLiQ!:Ei':f1Eif'7:- -J, 'i 'il li' i ' v Nfl -"Vi-i -FUI 1 7 f-v2 Pr Y.-' Wig! 'I ' if i1'Hr'5if:4f5fy4,siaQ' rf: i L X flu G . fi il i ' and ,igij 1 bl ' ' H N' 1 ilvrq ,fl fjf, - NS QZ L ibiza! f A lx aff I i!'A..4lf ,I Xxx I x 646. if ,li ' If ""i9SffQvj."f1' il W- f . M Lflfflpli I Wm' I' ,I lL. li i I A ny i 5- , 'x I lfif gd' .I ' 1 fig, X 'ox Ib , XX: Lb - V ft-1 "5 f" N 4 -Q, 7- .X ,D 4 1 :lv X K 4 A X E f , if " 'li 'X C 163 D i A f gw, EVERTISEMENTS C 1655 GQ., WTF 7115 WTF 7215 319131551515 WIS WTF WEEKS 71st SEMI-ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT . OF THE A H HCEINIX, INSURANCE GOMPANY A ' ', ' OF HARTFORD, OONN. ' ' ' .AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECEMBER 31, 1889. cAs1-1 CAPITAL, - - 4 32,000,000-00 ASSETS AVAILABLE FOR FIRE LOSSES, s5,so5,oo4.2s AS FOLLOWS 1 A Cash on Hand, in Bank, and with Agents, . . . 54953255-61 United States and State'Stocks and Bonds, 151,350-O0 Hartford Bank Stocks, . . ' . . 598,374-00 Miscellaneous Bank Stocks, . . . 5091462-00 Corporation and Railroad Stocks and Bonds County, City, and Water Bonds, . . . Real Estate, . ' .... . Loans on Collateral, .. . , 2,340,765-70 148,860.00 2331524-34 o 331322-5 Real Estate Loans, . . . - 751,500-O0 Accumulated Interest and Rents, - 39,079-08 TOTAL CASH ASSETS, . . . . . 35,3o5,004.23 A LIABILITIES. V Cash Capital, . . . . . . . S2,000,000.00 Reserve for Outstanding Losses, '. . . . 254,523.43 Reserve for Re-Insurance,- . . 1,749,245.41 Net Surplus, . . . '. . 1,3oI,235.39 E TOTAL Assnrs, . . . , . . . S5,305,004.23 - T - I TOTAL LOSSES PAID SINCE ORGANIZATION OF COMPANY, S25,71o,e4s.aa H. KELLOGG, President. I D. W. C. SKILTON, Vice-President. J. H. MITCHELL, 2d Vice-President. GEO. I-I. BURDICK, Secretary. CEHAS. E. GALACAR, Assistant Secretary. H. M. MAGILL, General Agent Western Department, Cincinnati, Ohio. ' THEO. F. SPEAR, Assistant General Agent Weste1'11 Department, Cincinnati. Ohio. A. E. MAGILL, General Agent Pacific Department, San Francisco, Cal. A 41669 TQ LE F YOU are a prudent man, and have money to invest in property, you will exercise due diligence to ascertain its value. You will not purchase a house or business property without examining carefully into its present and prospective -value. You will want to know that the title is perfect, and is vested in the person from whom you are to receive the deed. If you purchase a horse you are careful to ascertain all about his merits and his objectionable points, if any exist. Why not then take a little time and investigate the subject of life insurance,- and know that ' you secure the most reliable X. Wsixix-x marins the fact. The strongest company, from a financial standpoint, is the one that has the largest relative balance after providing for its legal liabilities. Another important matter for your con- sideration is the character of the organiza- tion, and the management. Have those in charge of it a pecuniary interest in the company's success? Has the company a capital stock of sufficient amount to secure, through the pecuniary interest of its stock- holders and directors, that painstaking care and conservative management so important in the business? If it is a com- pany styling it- N xl X xw Xin .g X X gfgsxrl LN N X and successful XX company in X X ,N it Q X SN Q S S Y , X X self a " purely m u t u al " you may be sure that . X . which to entrust N ,J S X X, S X I7 -S the first and par- the interest of rf, 54.-.. S Q Q ,X ilk amount consid- your families? wud 2 ' -FQ X S S I ' eration of those Nothing can be ,,,,- j " A Msgs-bi in charge will be of more import- ance, to you and to those 2 is fe J g4'?":-Sax to provide liber- ally for them- selves and their pl- W Sv Whom you love, than that you make a wise selection in this particular. - ' Ascertain first of all, if the company soliciting your patronage has a good repu- tation, that it has .age and experience, that it is doing a conservative, yet an active business, that its contracts are liberal, and that its dealings are honorable. It is im- portant that you know about its resources -not so much the amount of its assets, as its surplus after providing for its liabilities. To one unfamiliar with the subject a com- pany With the largest invested fund would appear to be the strongest, but such is not 'UL employees, for it is only by the assistance of the latter at the policy-holders' expense, that these posi- tions of the managers are retained. Select, then, the company managed by men who are employed upon their merits, and without the aid of proxies, with a capital stock invested for the protection of the insured, and as evidence of good faith. You can obtain through such an organi- zation Cand the ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Conn., is such a companyj all the benefits of participation in the profits with none of the liabilities incident to mutual companies. , f167P X Kichg1undSt11a1ght Cut lilo. 1 .'w, - igdw L . Q N. .I '. A ' A ' ciSWQ54aQi?EakQvdr - - - - TN e --- ' ' f X CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are Willing to pay a httle NSNMPRNWWV' xx m. ni ' h dxf ni J t d Hwy X more an e price c arge or e or mary ra e l Cigarettes, will iind Tlzzlv Bram! superior to all others. The Richmond Straiqglyt Qut No. I QiQarette5 are made from the brightest, most delicately flavored, and highest cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia. This is the Ola' ana' Original Brand of Straight Cut Cigarettes, and was brought out by us in the year 1875. Beware of imitations, and observe that the firm name as below is onievery package. A Allen 54 Ginter, Manufaczturers, Richmond, Va. - 6dR'cLINE'QF ' - - i S5 and S6 Trouserings is Immense, Having all the Style and Appearancefof Regnlar S1510 Goods. ouR UNE OF r' iifllldm in n n rrc i n s ' y Is very Full and Attractive, and vvill be ' ' IVIADE IN GOOD STYLE AND FINISH JAMES - Q CLARKE, 73 A-5Y111m 515-1 t C1685 I-Iartfurd, Dunn. E. R H. T. ANTHONY Q G0 I A 7 ' 591 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Tffitillfslllet a NUVELTIES I N 235 6 if ,r 951 1 -VLEFEE?-fifgif-Q A?1-,,AT5T9"1,Al,-: 7 "' 'i?f'i'f-'::f.?-.:L'?AiT4.l.Tf1'-fT-fi? :Y "A' pq ,Fpfs .s ppt 15.0 Eu: ' 63,9 a 2- x t , ' 1.2-ff? U7 Q - -:'1 1'-A ' I Qi it tt tt " ' 2 2 Sly, Wh ,lk - - .I . I :fZ3,.L? , 3 w , fL,. '--1 -' - f'-- 1 sag F5 ' 5 . ' UD i z - fe i? f fe" ., ":., , . -1'-' rf. f - A I , L' ,rsrsr - - AMATEUR lsttfsPftfelS.s.nt. '.mP0ffeFS,0f Photographic Instruments and Supplies. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. B LL,-LAMB-5-CG. WI TI-IRGP IB. RA GE, Alaska. Refrigerators, Which have the only perfect Dry Air Circulation. Every one of them warranted perfect in construction and keeping Ice. L GARLAND AND FLORENCE OIL STOVES, Alcohol Cooking Stgvegg Oil Stoves, 60 cts., 70 cts., 75 cts., Q5 cts. each. Vforkers in all kinds of Sheet Metal and Tin Goods, also large assortment of Housekeeping Goods. PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, JOBBING. 189 and 191 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. 22 C1695 lvl 4.0, QFQQ HRNISHING H --1:2-A SPECIALTY I The Largest House in the State. CH. .R H RT CO. 1 A g OFFER THE TRAQING PUBLIC A STOCK OF -erleetieg, -etrtein oodg, -AND-- S S WALL DECORATIGNS- Of rare designs and beautifully combined colorings which will be of advantage to those who desire to furnish and beautify their homes in good taste. Our stock is immense, and contains the riCheS11 goods as well as the popular grades for the millions. Our long experience enables us to -keep pace with the Novelties as fast as produced. To those who are about to make selections for homes, as well as those furnishing, We would invite an examination of our Various depart- men'CS, believing it will be advantageous for all purchasers to give us a visit. It costs no more to furnish in good taste than to buy of a random selected stock, where patterns and colorings are little regarded. . Come wlzefe you can jimi BEAUTIFUL GOODS and cz MAMMOTH STOCK az' LOW PRICES. CHAS. R. HART 81 Co., ee er tt ee ee 36 366364 MAIN ST., HARTEoRD, coNN. i Illembefzr of the Americzzfz 1lIzz7zzg?zc!u7'e7's' Wa!! Paper Assoczkzfzbfz. C1715 NEVV MUSIC' FOR 1890. Lose no time in procuring one of DITSON 8a CO.'s excellent Music,Booksg all first-class, and these among the best. , . I , OPULAR Song Collection, 37 songs 5 or Piano Classics Y 44 classical pieces 5 or Classic Tenor Songs, 36 songs, UU Gan Secure or College Songs for Banjo, or College Songs for ' ' the new Guitar, two popular books g or Emerson's Concert Selections. Any book 11zczz'Zea'j5r011zjiZQf, pos! pfzz2z',f02' .5'1.oo. OLIVER DITSON COMPANY, BOSTON. O 4 E W , ,a,l,lX f XX ff f K, x KK l I NX f ,fx -,xx f - , ,. ,,.- i j f s"-.:" , is ' f x l ff J l f lm s ,,,.,,,. i s ,,,.,. C C 'r x"f- X -i l li is f x W , f X ' .' : : 1 - ' 0 X x X . ff X ff! X , ',v,,',f,,, s., ' xx ! i THE AsH1NeTeN TEAM AEINIDRY, IS fri:-IE STUDENTS' LAUNDRY. W. E. PIERCE, Proprietor. NQ. 556 MAIN STREET, H14-XRTFSRD, GSNN. p C173l GSTf APPRGVEE ,' ' ' ' ' ' t Photo-Ntecljahical, Photo-Lithngraphic, aqd Photo-Engraving ,LL ,f, I t ea+fPR.0GEssEs. :sf- lltews af tlallege Buildings, Portraits of ,tl1e,Faautty, and ' ,lttustratisns far Gattege Jaurnals. Q , Et EMEJQEEEEEEHEEEEEEMEMEEIEQEM MEEHMEM EEUEEE EEEEMIEEEEEEETH eliotype - rintincg . ompal7y,r CDONALD RAMSEY, TREASURERJ 211 Tmmoqt Street, Boston. ENEEWEWWEEE EEE EEEEUEEEE EMEEEEEE EEEEEEEEHEIEEEEE Elks Cuts for College Publications. x ' ' . Ceriies of Architectural, Mechanical, Scientific, and other Drawings, Maps, Plans, and Diagrams. Artistic Programmes, Invi- tations, Menu Cards, Dance Orders, etc., etc. ESTIMATESEAND, SPECIIVIENS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. C1745 . . . I eung Gentlemen Should Remember That quite a large saving can be made by purchasing their Glevvee, ,Und,ereIe1hieg,, iNeekeear, Hosiery, Ete., . OFA ,First-Class Dry Goods House. Alailailgslfn 54-gi-51441, suenis the B E E 2 , HARTFORD, TITITVVVIT f J 49 fs as -qs ' Where a good line of the. above goods is always kept in stock. The HIVE always deals largely in avpees, Rumi, aes, Gureains, eneieves, And those things pertaining to the decoration of rooms. Specialties suitable for Prizes, German Favors, etc., can' always be found here. Students will find it for their interest to patronize THE - - BEE HIVE,, A QHARTFORD. r i C1755 1 is WEDDING PRESENTS in Fine Royal Worcester and Doulton Pottery, - - ' - - - - - - - ' - - - Silver Plated Ware, Cut Glass, etc., Useful and Ornamental Household Utensils. ' HARD WOOD MANTELS, TILE HEARTHS, and FACINGS. All Kinds of Fire-Place Fixtures, Brass Goods, Elegant Piano Lamps, Table and Hanging Lampsx , E CXRIGHMOND RANGJ-rsfs VICTOR STEAM HEATERS. RICHARDSON se BOYNTON'S PERFEOT Hon?-WATER BOILERS. oxms .2 WHIPPLE, 249 Nlain Street, E e E Hartford, Conn. , ALEx,ANeER w e oermv ITINE CALF f . 'N ,, Y ,L fx IVEIAELIII-1?TITI::iIlE -6giIl BOOTS AND! SHUI-is af X, e , V I Y g -u r Repairing Neatly llonefgf N 0. 110 Retreat Ave., Hertford, Conn, C1765 it 7 n ET GEO. D. BARTLETTQ ERQHANT- I Amon ' - NO. 51 ASYLUM STREET. N1-31LsoN J. .TIITTL1-E, MNIEUS, EIACK, HND IEIVERY ETHELE, 5 AND 7 PINE STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. A Special attention given to Coaching and Excursion Parties. FOUR AND SIX-HORSE COACHES AND OMNIBUSES, WITH CAREFUL AND . EXPERIENCED DRIVERS, FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. ' Telephone Connection. HOUSE ESTABLISHED, 1822. ' JAS H PARKER .PARKER. 8a CO., QSuccessors of Fox Sc Co.j No- 17 CENTRAL BOW, VVHOLESALE AND .RETAIL DEALERS IN GRSCERIES, TEAS. COFFEES, CONDIMENTS PURE LI UQRS IMPORTED CIGARS ETC ETC Q , 1 '7 ' Orders for Goods by Ma.iI or- Telephone will be carefully executed at LOYVEST MZARKET PRICES. 23 C1775 v TIFFANY 31 Co., EWELERS AMB ILVERSMITHS, UNION' SQUARE, to NEW YQRK. PARIS, LONDON, Ave de POPCPW 36 b 5 Argyll Place, W. Received Eighteen Awerde et the'Perie Exposition, 1889, for their Artietio De- eigne end Superior Workmenehip. Exolueive Deeigne furniehed on ep- loiioetiont for Clleee Cupe, Cieee Ringe, Alumni Eedgee, 'end other College Ern- blerne and Trophieeg eleo Invitetione for Cleee Dinnere, Conunienoernent Exer- oieee, eto., eto. ' E fI79D ANDRUS as NAEDELE, DEALERS IN Shot-Guns, se Riiles, fs Pistols, fsiishing se Tackle SPORTING GOCDS GENERALLY. Fine Rods Made to Order a Specialty. ft- 4' Repairing P1'omptly.Done , V HANp-MADE HICKORY Pol.o STICKS. NO. Q56 ASYLUM STREET, HARTFORD, CONN HGRSFALL Cgl RGTHSCHILD, HATTERS ' s AND MEN'S QUTFITTERS, 98, 95, and 99 Asylum Street. - 49 . AGENTS FOR KNOX and YOUMANS' CELEBRATED HATS. QISIUD ,JAMES MBRINE, 10 8 11 Harvard Row, and L 436 Harvard Street CAMBRIDGE, MASS., also 1006 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. NIVERSAL COLLEGE A UTPITTER. SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS, C i I TENNIS, BASE-EAI.I., AND -FOOT-BALL GOODS A SPECIALTY TENNIS SUITINGS, A I A 2 . NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, MACKINTOSHES. TENNIS RACKETS, CAPS, BALLS, SHOES, BELTS, ETC. Boston, Now York, and Ghioag Toaohors' Agonoios. EVERETT O. FISK 8: CO., Managers. I 7 Tremont Place, 6 Clinton Place, 106 and 108 Wabash Atoe., BOSTON. NEW YORK. ' CHICAGO. iivw AA Decorations for Fairs, Balls, Festivals, and Fublic Celebrations. Flags, Bunting, etc 'J. ALEX. MGCLUNIE, H Q 222 and 224 Asylum Street, 'l-Iartford, Conn. ' Q I82 Q ALLUP at ETZGER Palos, sltllgllllllllllllllllllullllfllltHalllmsl INSTR UMENTS TO RENT. a Knabe, Haines, and Behr P1anos X , ll t 2 f ll,ll ' 'QQ we L egg? N ',,w ' M2155 lg "- ,vqx Q ' 'N' f, it it i Lfi 'Ill 0' ' flfw 4 y f 2 4 2 Q S SQ? iff? JAN-was 567, ,Q u nxim Xxx Wygf, X , , .. , ax, fi JL auxlf iw R l ,Lui ll' W , x 1, I l V ' llllf QQ Y ,E .tlxf-Jiflig all ff ff Q25 RWM? Ni x 7 I 1.2-2 x 4 0 ix - XE' Vw 'SX fri- -5 at Z 425 'fff ': z: X,-gig R Q 1,7 lt xQwG l 91. D 'Q A-'M Vw' f ,fl il 49 X l U HANSEL, 'fflkoaf' SLGAN 8a C0 SUCCESSORS TO D. H. BUELL, tlzletekieg, eime-:lr-tg, eled Hemepzdg, Silver and Plated Ware, Spectacles and Eye Glasses WATER REPAIRING. 323 Main St Hartford Conn C1835 .f l 5 "1 vs P55 1 gl - -I .' a .l I I -'fix 5 .1 1 ,rn ,, "'y' X' . L R X .5 A L ' ' 'G by dwras - .LifWW ovwww ' QQRXW a, 1-'Q Q ' T . .gif 22-INCH CALIBRE. 1 .li-:Pm - .:. - ,.,--, W- -- W, ,,-,mv - , ' ,alll 67 '.. u - 2- - 5 -i w.. -. 1 ' 'R -- 421 14: - K-ff -.-' If ea? E A rEigg2i2W - M 0CT11G0N. ROEIND. Q "' Length of Barrel, 24 rnches. 24 mches. ' 15 long 15 long Number of Shots' 16 short. 16 short. Weight, 52 pounds. 6 pounds. 1 Price, S20.50., 319.00. SPORTING RIFLE, All Calibres. '1 , 4- -,iii ' , , . . ,,1uh.g AL L , 6- R ' A' ' - - . L 'xii - A.- O. ,. ,ff " " Length of Barrel, 26 inches. Number of Shots, 15. - -' Werght, 71 pounds. Ei? , Price, S18.00. HAMMERLESS DOUBLE BARREL SHOT GUNS. X in ' QQWA !Qm m 1 6 f rev' ffffs. se, lr is Q,-f-Y--f '--if .. ' 'E eg ' ,iff 4121.74-5' X g "Q.e1.sw'r" L-ga, ' ' '4'o '-L ,5gfffi2flfZ?iiig? Mfigiiiiiiesfiiiiihiiigif'ie. eg hiiiiiiidiihifiieii Eiiegsesfdiiiiii i? ff! f' fe" -- .vs 5- ""f21ir W7 fl- .. Y::--51zi'.- 21- Le f . - A - -' ---- ' ,, - W ' ifffffiri---12:53-Eur. ff if ,if .:: 1' .'25nm,!gf.3 QE'iE-if,-Xfgrfgi-3546 f 1' ' f., X- -1 nf - ' fi?--ifi-iii - "s r -is 6 """""' - ---, - " ' PISTOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. " " ' 1 cows PATENT FIRE ARMS MFG. co., QHARTFORDQCONN- 24 C 185 P THE HARTFGRD COAL CO. Ola' Uompanyk Lehzgh 61 Specfaffy. 243 1vI.in Street, I 108 Commerce Street. HARTFURDQ CONN- M ee LU N I E, , I HX X X x xxxx x xxxx xx xxkxxxxxxxv x xx xxx -xxxxxo X xx xxxxxxxx xx xxx Tx N Rlxxx wxxs Rxxxxxg GRIQINAI1 ' BIRD - STSRE. 224 ASYLUM STREET, I , , HARTFORD, CONN' STOKES? - I RPIARKET, A LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY FOR Meats and Vegetables OF' THE FINEST QUALITY ONLY. POULTRY AND GAME, FRESI-I EGGS AND BUTTER. I I78 ASYLUM STREET. O ELEGANT POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, RAZORS, MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS, DRAWING MATERIALS, METALS IN SHEETS, RODS, WIRE, ETC., I ALL KINDS OF MECHANICS, TOOLS, FEATHER DUSTERS, CARPET SVVEEPERS, ETC., AT NEW YORK CITY PRICES. FRANCIS SL OO., I 343 Main Sweet. , , C1876 , To ,f f L . k A ' A - wal I , .ld -.,S :N'.V1f.3j,.i - G 1 L ' E EEST 4.ff'4'i'L'f" "O , ! A H T' -QS ff' fmt'- R 7 1" fri -52, 'f ' ,.- ,rf 1. ' X X A. I, gg xg-A . V , I , U x xx A ' XX fe xl! 1 x g 'L x ,, L35 E xv 7' fPH4Pf:- 1! f' ' Sims! I ' NX ' ' ! X' f In ' K ' i xx , X f 9' 'X 1 - H-- 1: . ALL AT THE FACTORY X ' AND SEE THE LARGEST ASTOCK GF HIGH GRADE 'f 'ff 'CYCLES IN THE WORLD. - Rik-, HA T1 A G, A ' COLUMBIA LIGHT ROADSTER SAFETY. Call Soon. Every One Wants a Columbia 'this Year. WEEU SEWING MACHINE GU., - - Harifllrd, Gunn. C1885 A ITORY RGEST :RADE 1111. Milli. 4518215 sr' THE 9189611 MUTUALQ , ENEFIT Q IJIFE ilqsuramoez Qompelmg HHOF NEVVARK, - - NEW JERSEY AMZI 199139, PRESIDENT EXA MINE ggggftmo Its Rooorol, Condition, I Plans, Pro poot Ami its standzhg with regard to other Compames , ' , JAMES P. HALL A State Agent ZQ PEARL STREET, HARTFGRD CQNN C1397 V fr Boolis and STATIONERY ia ogg BROWN gl Gnoss Invite Attention to their Large Stock of leqalytlylllustrabqcl ooks, LIBRARY nooiis, CHILDREN S B00lfS THEOLUGICAL B00lfS, BIBLES 0' PRAYER BOOKS SOHO0L OOKS LAIVK BOOKS MERCAIVTILE B00lfS , 3 IIVE STA TIONERY, PHO.TOGRAPH ALBUMS, fic, ' 5 in . . . ,1 , - -i - 4 , A A BROWN A Gauss an Anim mr JOHN A. LUWHLLA cos . Q A AQBOSTONJ B ' Wedding Goods, Visiting Cards, Pine Stationery. A 77 3111147 9 VASYLUM ST., HARTFORD, CONN. fI90D A. IIIARWICK, Jr. at oo., ARK I ' RUG - - TQRE ' OUR LINE IS COMPLETE. OUR QUALITY IS BEST OUR PRICES ARE LOW. i Give Us a C311 and Examine Our Stock. One Block from Union Depot. 376 ASYLUM STREET 'W' 'a Q0 oily V' l , A I . ..'3" " 'g , 94 In A M In 's,,,.fL,.7 ,,. A Jem. i ' VL it 'Q .M ,- -:PX H ' 4 'QA' f - ' '- Rf' Q fl - I: "- ' 1 . i ' "ic-' , Q 'I' -. 45 2' -1 . .--Uno -Q.-:ii 'g Q- .f. .- . "!iv.a.g- F' "-i ,bit ' 452121-,I 6116- .f:i':.-1 ..., " Kwik : 1' 'IE' I 3 N I 1 --T I M- W.: sf , .:'i' . 5 'EI 959 GIII if ' . N' fm I xl - " 'Q S' Ei?-' '5' Non FB IM 5 . I f Ii!Il-51' 'A vw? .!.:.uilI'l:I' ln' ' :I la AQ.. Ib. V I , I I ,II4 vt ,J I' , fs. 045' .I " TIi'A'3 . 5. IW. ,lt "" .. Q QV ,P F' Q 47 Aki' g A ESTABLISHED IN 1826. ROBBINS BROTHERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Passenger E levafor, Prices Wmarlrea' Plainly. Repairing of all Kinds. No. 209 Main Street. 61915 . HEHBLEIN 54 BRCDS. ' . N.. -Al.-QE-.f.-Q,-.-.+.-.-c-.--.---Q----yv-Y---4--4'A-A-2-ZR-2-2-2-i-2-I-1-2-2"f'2 -'iily' ' ,,,,--A-..-A-A---------------A-A-- -v-v-- vv 41 -uv - - v -.- -,- -Av -A1-.-A-,Q .1-.1-.xzzzxc-A'A-nvxv-if43' '21-1-I--.W-v ,-- .-.-:fn -sang 55.43.-Av-+v-'Y---i------v-----'-'-"'v'- ' I 7 nsfs. -,A ,Y A.-,Y-vA,AvAvfY.AvA.AvA-Av,-A-A-5 ,-Av,vA- ,vA-AvA- A -.', v.v.Av.v.vAi.'A','A','.'A'.'A'.:l.:,'A'At .EP ,.,k V-v-v-vw-,Y -'-v -v,,,,,,,v-v.,,-v.----v-----vvvv--iv- ---v- 36, 38,8z4ll1VI11lhB1'1'Y si. Main si., Under upmnnuse. THE FOLLOWING IS AN ANALYSIS BY PROF. S. W. JOHNSON OF YIALE COLLEGE. . . A A NEW HAVEN, DEC. 15, 1888. A MESSRS. G. F. HEUBLEIN 88 BRO., HARTFORD, CONN. . . GENTLEMEN Z , 'A ' - The sample of Faust Beer lately received from you, for analysis, has in wo parts by Weight, the following composition: - Total Solid extract, . . . . . 6.880 Alcohol, .... A . . 3. 390 Carbonic acid gas, . . .355 Water, ...... A . 89.375 IO0.000 ' , Systematic Search has failed' to Show tlre presence of any adulterant, and the composition is Very Similar to that of the best beer of Munich-and Vienna. Yours, etc., S. W. JOHNSON. C. B. BOARDIVIA , HAQK, - LIVERV, U . , - ooooo ' EeARe1NS,- AND , A l X o o o -0 0 " SALE ' STABLE 0 CARRIAGES MAY BE ORDERED BY TELEPHONE. . Bills Payable Monthly. t - 1048NIAIN STREET, t HAR.TFO.RD CONN an 41925 ' ' RROTOGRARRTC ROOMS ,471 flfcttrt Street Hartford Conn THE LEADING GALLERY IN THIS CITY FOR FINE WORK EENO Stairs to Climb Entire Establishment on the GROUND FLOOR it A t C 1t1 s ad t that the most Art1st1c Effects aI cl Fash nable Styl s p ol b Phot graphy a e fr m RODGERS St do O 1 W as would b co s1stent mth good W k LARNED gl HATCH e:3EtIe:3Iue-:E 5 IIEZSIST Eeezg, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS PATENT LEATHER DRESS GO-ODS A SPECIALTY R Terms Shoes In Great Varzeiy SHOES MADE TO MEASURE BYfHULLED'WORKMEN. 391 MAIN ST., I-IARTFORDQ GONN- 25 C1935 1- .H ', ,, 1 ji x ,. 'A N ,f 5, or f o r u A 1 x., r ff I -0 A , V 7' .fi -,,,.r' M I H ,,, R . DENWRRA.. -eel ir aagt,rAJQR2iMmmRae'MEEERaEaA A a ,fa , 4A , gg fr l f liarlfmff il iml Sggigaaaaia w-R WE, QUEEN . i E ' FIV. AiT,g'?FTil15IIT:'72'-.itu:55f'jl'S:6S .,, QQQQ MH EHEEI ' . A fz ,1 1 , - l M3151 ' i ' i 5 ii - . .ig .i 'B M HH pn rnjfigg ily 3' Q .. , .ai,-fallxngmanvnno--rn-in-nvLma.wM':: I3 Kyli'--51g.l.-.liflfim v W' J ' W Q W i T-A-E " l if t 'rf 1 T q"if-2-'gf' ,f' 51: . I V W i 1 ,ax- QEW Home QTTY. W. D. GARRISON, Manager. - . - 600 Rooms at 31.00 Per Day and Upwards, EaRolDEAN DEAN. 0 First-class Restaurant, Dining Rooms, Cafe, and Lunch Counter, a Zciz vcmfie, at moderate prices. GUESTS, BAGGAGE TO AND FROM GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT FREE. Travelers arriving wb: Grand Central Depot SAVE CAR- RIAGE-HIRE AND BAGGAGE EXPRESS by Stopping at the Grand Union. - FirSt-claSS Billiard and Pool Room. C1945 ' 1 I " 1" T it rg . 'el et., I ' 'utr ra -' '- -' -'V' 5. 5' rp.- Fine Starinnery and Engraving House, l 121 .Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Commencement, Class Day, Fraternity, Reception, and Wedding Invitations, Programmes, Banquet Menus, etc. Steel Plate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Class Badge, Nlono- ' gram, etc. , V X. Visiting Card Plate Engraved tor One Dollar. lOO Cards from the Plate tor One Dollar. Alllwork is executed in the establishment under our personal supervision, and only in the best manner. Unequallecl facilities and long practical experience enable us to producethe newest styles and most artistic effects, while our reputation is a guarantee of the quality of the production of this house. ' Designs, Samples, and Prices sent on application. A I . R Fnsr-noNAisL1a ii e ia tie arnei tener 269 MAIN' STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. Parties and Wedciings supplied with everything requisite. Silver of the latest patterns to loan, and competent Waiters furnished. German and French costume Mottoes constantly on hand. Private families furnished with the best of Creams, Charlottes, etc. RESTAURANT. -Fliegular Brealrfast,1l0r:.g Dinner, 500.3 Supper, 400. . MEALS AT ALL HUURS. Orders received by Mail or Telephone. Goods delivered to any part of the city. HOME-MADE CANDIES. 'rENNEv's CELEBRATED CONFECTIONERY. FRENCH FRUITS. T C1955 ami f ig ,, 5 , 1 35 ........ 1 :-..-.,-... me -Hwang:-an-vue . G-fe , K ei: ie! 0 :Eel Organized moo. Not E Wir NX .,m, , X59 .,.... .,.. ..,,..,...,.,,..,.. ,.,,..,..,..,,..,.., . by ' Cat Thorough Inspection. te L 2E35EB agB52Q 2gD2w2E55EEGGQ4sQWwQ. 9 ST N 09' :AME QQ -QP-BTFORD, UQ6 QOQQFEE , Q AND NS Insurance against loss or damage to property and loss of life and injury to persons caused by TEAM EOILER E PLO ooo A J. M. ALLEN, President. I L W. E. FRANKLIN, F- B- ALLEN, ' -P Sident. Vice-President. I 25- V109 fe J. E. PIERCE, Secretary and Treasurer. C 1975 fHE M4 3 ' KQQX Q Q , M 1.09- FRf1TDnNxTY N N We N f?55WK Col. A ' SEX vi E W E T. P ft NEW YORK T. SISSQN gl Ce., AgDRUGfHSTSL+ Sponges, Chamois, Feather Dusters, etc. 1500 SECURITY OIL. 259 MAIN STREET, - - - HARTFORD, CONN. PROPRIETORS OF The Hartford Snlelling Salts. e f1937 2.50 PER DAY. . TERMS, S I EI.EvA'roR AND ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES E A A OFFICE ON GROUND noon, 'I N 562 EEF.: - I: X KEQE- Txx - D I ' ' E Ex E Ei T- ,Z AE "E 3' SEE T--E. :Tr M: 4 5 Q- - 'lfxixs-'i ix'-QQESE E ' xxxv xmxxx xxx x xx xxxx . '- S " X S- - 'V 1 1 Q XX x x xxx x xx xxxxxx Xxxt X I Q --gf GEO E BA - ir 'A I . . .RR, Proprietor. - I . I - MAIN ST-,Hear R-R-DGIIIL I. . SPIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, IIIISS. GRJFFJTH, 'OA 755 65+ Co., I ggggggggggg and Tea Sfoffe. Eorezlgn and Domesizk ,E1fuz'fs. BUTTER AND EGGS RETAILED AT WYIOLESALE PRICES. I Gzfegary Black, 82 Sfafe Street. ei? your 52Jooi2c5e?Pe,r To show qou. I E S EIIIE XI SPIIIIISwnunE's EISIIEIIS' BIBLE. 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W We invite inspection of our portraits from life, reproductions from drawings, paintings, old manuscripts, landscapes, architectural views, pictures for medical, scientific, manufacturing, and mercantile pur- poses, etc. ' ' Estimates furnished on application. f EDWARD ABIERSTADT, k 94 Reade street, New York- PHOT0-MECHANICAL PRINTING WORKS, ESTABLISHED 1370- 26 Q 201 Q """""'l X ,Q-9:-'5E.'S-1222255222255 1222521-2:E'55aEEE'-:E5r:EEEgs , 'flung ' NW . 14314,-Z lllllIHXIIKHKHIIIUIIIIXLL mm A mil 21 m mmm lm n ' ' . - t 2i5eE'!3!3!'!'i"55Qv'a Q ll Wq'i'!'i'I'I'l'l 0 0'o x ll Jn Nu'u'e'e'a'c'c'e'a tl W 'wig .Q .S .Q .1 4.2.5.5 . X E. rm E990q'uW:o:o,0,4:0:o ml - N I . llll it 9 'Malawi o 4 M ,Hugquuu X in cannons N El' Hvnuu x rm .-t,5.95HHH0H xl- Q unuuu mm, nuouna ...Y W 0 1 QQ :lp 9Q'0'l'O,4'0 do 4 0 2 rzltrtrrrrlatgtgtgtgtg x n n m n m E Nmllllll g mmm E- umm 5 num 3 lllllllll 5 llllll 5 luml E llllll E lllllll E lurk 2 tum 2 mm E lbs .- ., 1 .f ,f ,- ... ..- GEO. W. FLINT gl CO. 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PLIMPTGN ANHFPAGTQZIRING - Q 252, 2544, and 256 PEARL STREET. - 34 X X. X. X. v X. X. X. X. XX. X. . X. N- X. X. X. X. XX X. X. X- N- v x- x- x- x , WRITING PAPERS, POCKET-BOOKS, VISITING LISTS, AND ADDRESS BOOKS, I' FINE STATIONERY, WRITING PAPER BY TIIE POUND. LLU-,5 -BIN TIBIQL. ALL AT VERY LOW'PRICES, AT THE P C2655 fs,-gprvQlif5 I ACTORY AND SALESROOMS E. M. WEBB, 534 ASYLUM STREET, HARTFORD, OONN. MAKER OF FINE - ' QUSTOM - OOTs -AND - SHOES . ALSO - h Running Jumping, Base-ball, ana' nl! other kinds of R . A1'hlef1'0 Goods a Speozalfy. INE CZROCERIES. ii N . - N Pure Teas, Pure Coffees, and Pure Spices. We carry a complete line of the GEQIGEST Faeemv eRoer:R1Es. , . Also one of the most complete stocks of V I FANCGY GROCERJES, CANNED me UJTS, .mn V505- TABLES.. A150 CANNED MEA TS AAA .FISH Of the best quality possible to be had. Lowvest Possible Prices for Fine Goods. HILLS cit CG.. 368 Asylum Street, I-Ia.rtf'ord, "Conn.Q ,Mg LAY9S ELL R -e - - ,PHOTO-ART PARLORS. - - - 4 Artistic Photography. R A We guarantee the very Finest Crayons and Pastels, which are finished on the premises, thereby insuring our speoial attention throughout. Satis- faction guaranteed or no charge. ' 385 .MAIN STREET, .... HARTFORD, CONN. 42069 T A1966-L A E -Aicieeoen, THE ARTFORD IFE AND ANNUITI INSURANCE COMPANY,p f - OF 'HARTFORD, CONN. Chartered 1866. Paid-up1CapitaI, S6250,000.'0O. H. A. WHITMAN, President. W. C. AJILLSON, Vice-President.. V STEPHEN BALL, Secretary. W. A.iCOWLES,- Asst. Secretary. A. AT. SMITH, Supt. of Agencies. W. B. WARNER, Asst. Supt. of'Agencies. I p BOARD OF DIRECTORS. A H. A. WHITMAN. W. C. JILLSON. JULIUS CONVERSE. - I-ION. JOHN G. ROOT. - ALVIN P. HYDE. N. P. HOUGHV. C. C. KIMBALL. 2-Sd ANNUAL STATEIVIEN T. , ' January 1, 1890, Total Assets, . . . ' . . . A . 81,496,245-47 Total Liabilities, . t 1i128'553'52 Membership in Force, . . 1 ,' I 29'775 Number of Policies issued in 1889, . . . . ' 8,323 Gain in Membership, . . . d D... . H 7g II 2 ' 5,41 , , Safet Fun 1v1s1on, 704, 9- if a 752,455.11 Members Safety Fund . WOm?1n,S Division, 3B47,666.oo, 5 S 70 784 000.00 Insurance in Force, . . . - ,- '. ' ' . , 6' ' OO , , , , 1o,ooo. New business written In 1889, ' ' ' I O 5 OOO OO . , ,II , . Gam in Amount of Insurance, 9 O 886 OO Death Losses Paid to Date, - . - - 3,79 1 1oo,ooo.oo 011 Deposit with State Treasurer of Connecticut, ' C 207 Y x T qafraziz -Q' Horsford's -1-Acid 4- Phosphate ev- Prepared according to the directions of Prof. E. 'N. HORSFORD. This preparation is a brain food. It increases the capacity for mental labor, and acts as a general tonic and vitalizer. It rests the tired brain, and imparts thereto new life and energy. Dr. D. P. McClure, Rantoul, Ill., says: 4' Very beneficial to strengthen the intellect." Dr. O. C. Stout, Syracuse, N. Y., says: " I gave it to one patient who was unable to transact the most or- dinary business, because his brain Was 'tired and, confused' upon the least mental exertion. Immediate benefit and ultimate recovery fol- loWed." Dr. Chas. T. Mitchell, Canandaigua, N. Y., says: , " I recommend it as a restorative in all cases Where the -nervous system has been reduced below the normal standard by overvvork, as found in brain Workers, professional men, teachers, students, etc." Dr. F. W. Lytle, Lebanon, Ill., says: , "I have personally used it with marked advantage vvhen 'over- Worked, and the nervous system much depressed." I Dr. E. W. Robinson, Cleveland, O., says: " Can cordially recommend it as a brain and nerve tonic." Descriptive pamphlet free on application to c Runifurd Eheminal Wurks, Providence, R. I. BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IIMITATIONS. I CAUTION:-Be sure the vvord 'Horsford' is przhied on the label. l All others are spurious. Never sold in bulk. 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