Trinity College - Ivy Yearbook (Hartford, CT)

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'PI ITFZXNY CSE 'N f 7 IHHON SQUARE NEmfY0RK. FBQ'PfVl auf gl WATCHE9i1a..1.g'.L. 'wp Special 2 .. . J - . . . , , l , , . I I me Steff' eHartf0gfa1fab1ic Library, Haffforagfconne. p A Cases, 03' ' KEEP YOIQRV CARD IN THIS PQCK1-l'fT.f Each W5 Lfakexl W. e Taker! lf Dila' carrying. A 'f 'A 'A a 1 I b, N, - '+A ' 4 I Meollif l l' l l . Larg a Timing Solic 18 K CUTS ON REQU CLASS TROPHIE sports, 2 pared ei ALUMNI f f TIFFANY41- l . , ,sv e A 1 v-If ,. , ,N . , .-.. Ml lhes. ' 'They ld Hunting 'eSe, thereby 565.00 175.00 e 33535.00 125.00 ' fHAINS SENT games and ill be pre- L 5. FC. Jn request. ? 1 w K . df T-xii' :,:, - t ' . -- '4' - ""'T:'-1'i- . iv- 2' , -h 5,553 b --if ,,-1.X . '-5 , 'N .! 'Br I- ff 1"' -5- xl - g,gN f.gf" gli ,+V ff .1 , XX N i f -. I 1--,, -fs:-' -vs: iff 'ix N--if ,393 ,ff fb 'Al f 6 X A , I NY fe'f5l?J l QJF1? ' FC- - f ' E. 31 5,513 J faqs Nil f if X M 'Q -Z Q-, 1 , T1 -Q ' W ,f f Wy N ' - NJ 1 3: f W IQ A if-f + Y A 1 '!,M'.x If-iff' ' - " . W! 5 fx -:'i".2-2:-4, ::sT+ , Y -fff fv KN 5-3 - N ffl fish! k g 412 S 7- , g s j I lil 1 NF kiqil'-xii, F H! ' N H . 1,6 1 "'aZQ"U, r iy f 1 av x ff 6 N 1:1 ' -V I'lT'Q' ,ffl r, fw m- , W7 W . 'HM f 1? ' ' X x ' ' Q , ' , x Aff ? ' ' ff, E I 1 I 4 H nn? -rfff-1' . 'S""'+-. 4 ,- 1 TRINITY CGLLEGE. ' r A HIS College has no medical, law, divinity, or other professional school or department connected with it, but it is intended to give a Liberal Educa- . tion, adapted to fit young men to enter most advantageously upon the study of the Learned Professions after graduation. By a Liberal Education is meant a non-professional education, conducted without reference to any future particular pro- fession, calling, or special pursuit on the part of the student in question, and, designed not to make men specially clergymen, lawyers, physicians, soldiers, merchants, or engineers, but so to train and educate the mental faculties as to put them into their 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. V EX PENSES. The amount of the Treasurer's bills each year is as follows: A Tuition, ........ . 35100.00 Room-rent for each person, from 35100.00 to . 25.00 Incidentals, ..... 30.100 Heat, .... . 12.50 Total from 3242.00 to . 35167.50 V Board is furnished in the College at 34.50 per week. Students may obtain board at private houses in the neighborhood, at rates greater or less as they may desire. To this must be added laundry charges, together with the expense of books, furni- ture, clothing, travel, and society fees, which vary according to the taste and habits of the student, and of which no estimate can be given. SCHULARSHIPS. The amount of the Treasurerls bills can be considerably reduced to holders of scholarships. The income of these scholarships, which are of different values, is placed to the credit of students of limited means, and serves to meet the charges for tuition and room-rent in whole or in part. For holder of scholarships remitting the entire charges for tuition and room-rent, the Treasurer's bill is reduced to 342.505 and the necessary expenses of such stu- dents, including board and other personal items, will not exceed S5250 or 3300 a year. C35- I I ROOMS AND BUILDINGS. . The new buildings were commenced in. 1875. .They are thoroughly drained, well ventilated, and unsurpassed for convenience and comfort. In 1881 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 sports, 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 '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 floor. The site of the building is remarkable for its healthfulness. NEW BUILDINGS. THE GYMNASIUM AND ALUMNI HALL. The new Gymnasium and Alumni Hall Qor 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 gymnasiumg 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 this department. An instructorinrathletics is in charge of the building. A . - u , 'CTI-IE JARVIS HALL DF SCIENCE." This building is built of brick in early French Romanesque style, and is two stories high 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 is 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. I ICATA LDGUES. 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. C45 F drained, 1: Xmham Wnvlfred. :bf College it? uupdoor M061 of , 1 Common 2 by gmamy PAQ!!! . cms: of the .gn the west. ni Kirtland rf! feet. 3-CZ V856- nitcil has 2 rf.-tern appa- if rs: azhlezzics 3315, two nr:-ti h 2 a W rg vvciiifwin r lf! bfwdth 533' ffm to ., The Phf' W, 7337! been l 3, cvf5PW , 3 ggqillfed 13 56' W9 'Nambe EDITQRIAL. 4 I S.OFTEN as one college year succeeds- another, and THE' TRINITY IVY, the fiower of collegiate literature, blossoms into renewed and more brilliant life, so often are six editorial brains racked with perplexity and deprived of their natural portions of repose, as tolhow to usher in the result of their labor of the last few months. To call attention ,to the excellence of our Work Would, We feel, be unnecessary. One has but to let the pages of this small volume slip. between his fingers, to be impressed with the art and genius that have been lavished in its production. We might, indeed, speak of the College itself, but life at Trinity must be experienced to be appreciated, and no words can fitly express our feelings on the subject. ' Again, We might speak of our own, class, were it 'not that Ninety-two has spoken for herself ever since she entered Trinity, and much more will be heard from her in the years to come. Other subjects present themselves to our minds, but no one has its place for discussion here. Finding ourselves, therefore, Without any reasonable matter to expatiate upon, trusting to the fair criticism of' 'our friends, and Without further ado, We submit the IVY V of Ninety-two. CSD Sept. Nov. Dec. jan. Feb. March April May KK june KK KK CCLLECE CALENDAR. 189o. -Tkizrsziay. Christmas Term begins. Sczfmfday. All Saints' Day. Holiday. Thwfsziay, Thanksgiving-Day. IfVea'7zesfz'ay. Christmas Examinations. Tftzzrsriczy. " " Frzkiczy. 1 V " " Saiwfday. Mofzday. Tzzesriay. " " Appointment of Toucey Scholar. Christmas Vacation begins. 1891. Tzmsdzzy. Trinity Term begins. lfVefz'7ze.m'fzy. Ash-Wednesday. fllofzday. Holiday Qfor VVashington's Birthdayj. Oratorical Prize Contest f73'z?Zzzy. Good Friday. ' V Frzkiay. Easter Recess begins. N Mofzday. Easter Recess ends. Tzzesficzy. English Literature Prize Examination. Wezifzesday. Chemical Prize Essays handed in. Frzkiczy. Tuttle Prize Essays handed in. Szzzfzzrday. Latin Prize Examination. Srzmniay. History Prize Examination. Thursday. Ascension-Day. Safizrday. Mathematical Prize Examination. Tkzzrsriay. Prize Version Declamations. Szmziay. Trinity-Sunday. IfVefZ1zesday. Senior Examinations. Tkmfsziay. " " Frzkirzy. " ' Saimfday. zlfamiczy. 171 Tw! 1 u 2 fl-rzslwi, he-gtizion of REQUIREMENTS EGR ADMISSION. I. COURSE IN ARTS. ' Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in the following studies : GREEK. I Grammar QHadley or Goodwinj. Xenophon: Anabasis, four Books. Homer: Iliad, three Books, with Prosody. Prose Composition Clones or VVhite: the exercises in the first half of the bookj. History of Greece. D IThe 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 VVar, four Books. Virgil: Aeneid, six Books, with Prosody. Cicero: The Orations against Catiline, and that for the Poet Archias. Prose Composition : Translation into Latin of a passage of connected English nar- rative, based upon some passage in Caesars Gallic War. IRoman History: Cutlines, to the death of Marcus Aurelius. Ancient Geography. 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. ' IVIATHEIVIATICS. I Arithmetic, including the Metric System. Algebra, through Radicals and Quadratic Equations, together with Proportion, Progression, and the Binomial Theorem. Plane Geometry. ' ENGLISH. Each candidate is required to 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 1891 the subject Will be chosen from Shakespeare's falzizzs Caesar and Jlferekafzf gf Venzeep Coleridge's Afzezefzi iflffarzkzerg LongfelloW's .Evauge!z'7ze,' Macaulay's Essay 072 Lora' Clztfeg Webster's Refs! Bzzfzkef'-Hz'!! O7'lZfZb7Z,' lrving's Alaambrag Scott's Ola' M0rZaZz7y,- George Eliot's Silas rwarizerg Hawthorne's House qt Me Seven Gables. Each candidate will also be required to criticise specimens of English composition. .2 ' C97 V. No'rE-The works from which the subject of the composition will be chosen in the following years are In In 1892! Shakespeare's fzelizzs Caesar and As You Lzke lip Scott's Zllarfnzonf Longfellovifs Coarfsnzp ff Zllzles Sfandzsn ,' Addison's Sz'r Roger de Cooerley Papers ,' Macaulay's Second Essay on ine Ear! of Cnafnanz ,' Webster's lnrsl Banker-h'z'!! Orafzon ,- Irving's Alnanzora ,' Scott's Talzsfnan ,- George Eliot's Seenesfrofn C lerzkal Lfep I-Iawthorne's House Q' ine, Seven Gables. In 1893: Shakespeare's fnlins' Caesar and Twefffn ZVz:ghz',' Scott's Marmzon ,' Linngfellowxs' Conrfsnzp gf Mz'!es Siandzsn ,' Addison's Szr Roger de Cowerley Papersp Macaulay's Second Essay on ine Ear! qt' Cna!na1n,'Emerson's Anzerzean Senolarf Irving's Skefon Eoofef Scott's fffanlzoe ,- Dickens's Davzd Copperfield. ' In 1894: Shakespeare's fzelfns Caesar and Merrhan! W' Venzeeg Scott's Lady M' flee Lakeg Arnold's Sonrao and lfnsinnzg The Szr Roger de Coverley Papers in the Speeealorg Macaulay's Second Essay on Zlze Ear! Q' Chafnanzg Emerson'S A7nei22fdn':'Se!zo!ar,"IrVing's Skeien Booky Scottis Aoboig Dickens's Davzd Cop- pf"fi6'!97f.-- . . ':'fL1:v5f-- II. COURSE IN LETTERS' AND SCIENCE. I The requirements for admission are the same as in the Course in Arts, with the omission of Greek and extempore Latin translation. ' Q III. COURSE IN SCIENCE. Candidates for the Course in , Science are examined in Mathematics' and in Englishf'as'i for the-3'c0urSe in Arts, and also in the following studies: Algebra from Progressions to the Theory of Equations, Solid Geometry, and Plane Trigonometry. L ' ' Six Books of Caesar's,Gallic War Qor three Books of Caesar and three Books of5'iVii'gil's Aeneidjftogether 'with 'Latin Grammar and the elements of Latin Com- pOaff0nI.e It i A I s . y I johnston's or Scudder's History of the United States. Trenchis Sindy M W'ords CSupplee's editionj. lv. COURSE IN LETTERS. . ,The requirements for admission are the same asin the Course in Arts, with the omission of Greek. ,,,.B,equiremenvts for admission in the Modern Languages. After 1891, candidates foifmvadmission to the Course in Letters and Science, or the Course in Letters, will be ,examined vin: either elementary French or German, at their option. , , 'Copies ofifpapers used at the Examinations in I8QO are printed at the end of the Catalogue, copies of 'Which may be had on application to the President or Secretary of1th!e"Faculty."' ' " , ' , U , Croj 7277? 37 v-In-ll-ICICTQQI-!l-ls-Ii-I C I 1 I 1 I 1 'I J. I H chosen in .Uarmion '. ty Papffs I. I"'A'U'-Hz'1l Nl flerzifal Jfdrmion ,- "".' Papers ,- JI Scholar ,- iT5U.'S frlq Papzrs n. Emerson's .Uazul Cop .l..".s. with the and in marry. and ,I BOOIS .2 C0131 f Ihe ,, ,Aw :NFA 1 -'I uw, jf. The The The The The The The The Rt. Rev. Rt. Rev Rt. Rev. Rt. Rev Rt. Rev Rt. Rev. Rt. Rev TRINITY COLLEGE-1991. SENATUS ACADENIICUS. VISITORS. THE CHANCELLOR, Middletown, Conn. 'PI-IOMAS MARCH CLARK, D.D., LL.D., Providence, R. I HENRY ADABIS INEELY, D.D., Portland, Me. WILLIAM H. A. BISSELL, D.D., Burlington, Vt. WILLIAM WOODRUEF NILES, D.D., Concord, N. H. BENJAMIN HENRX' PADDOCK, D.D., Boston, Mass. HENRX' CODMAN POTTER, D.D., LL.D., New.York City. CORPORATION. Rt. Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D., Middletown, Conn. Rev. THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE, ex ojiazb President, Hartford Rev. E. EDWARDS BEARDSLEY, D.D., LL.D., New Haven, Conn. Rev. GEORGE H. CLARK, D.D., Hartford. ' NVILLIAM C. PETERS, M.A., Boston, Mass. RICHARD VV. H. JARVIS, M.A., Hartford. CHARLES J. HOADLY, LL.D., Secffehzry, 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. DXVIGHT W. PARDEE, LL.D., Hartford. I. I .V CHARLES E. GRAXIES, M.A., Treczszzrer, New Haven, Conn. The Rt. Rev. WILLIAM W. NILES, D.D., Concord, N. H. The Rev. SANFORD I. HORTON, D.D., Cheshire, Conn. WILLIALII HAMERSLEY, M.A., Hartford. The Rev. HENRY A. COIT, D.D., Concord, N. H. LUKE A. LOCKWOOD, M.A., New York City., The Rev. FRANCIS G'OODXVIN, M.A., Hartford. XVILLIAM E. CURTIS, M.A., New York City. J. PIERPONT IMORGAN, Esq., New York City. W. M. XVAINXYRIGHT, M.A., M.D., Hartford. ROBERT H. COLEMAN, B.A,, Cornwall, Pa. The The The C117 FACULTY. TIIE REV. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH, D.D., LL.D., PRESIDENT . linear! .Prq'ess01f W Mefajbayszes. 115 Vernon Street Coffice, I3 Seabury I-Iallb. THE REV. THOMAS R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D., 4 Browne!! Pryessor W' Xlforal Paffosojbhy. qo Vernon Street. ' THE REV. SAMUEL HART, D.D., ' Pryessor Q' Zlze Laizh Language and Lz'fe1faz'a7'e. 22 Jarvis Hall. ' ' THE REV. IBSON T. BECKWITH, PH.D.,' Prqfessorh M the Greek Language ana' Lzlferafzeffe. Z4 Seabury Hall. THE REV. FLAVEL S. LUTHER, M.A., Seabury Prqfessor Q' fllaihemafzes aaa' AsZr0n011zy,' ana' Secretary. ' ' -I7 Columbia Street. , I THEREV. HENRY FERGUSON, M.A., Norfaam Prq'ess01f Qf Hzlvfory ana' Polifzeal Sezenee. Q 123 Vernon Street. , CHARLES 'FREDERICK JOHNSON, M.A., Pryessor Q' Eaglzlvh Lzlerafure. - 69 Vernon Street. THE REV. JOHN J. MCCOOK, M.A., Prqfessor Q' Modern Languages. 114 Main Street. WM. LISPENARD ROBB, PH.D., I Pryessor W' Physzes. 21 Jarvis Hall. ROBERT BAIRD RIGGS, PH.D., Se0'zfz'ZZ Pryessor W' Chenfzzlviry aaa' Naizeral Sczenvce. I5 Seabury Hall. WILLIAM R. MARTIN, LL.B., PH.D., Prjessor q"O7fzenz'aZ ana' Modern Languages, SI Northam Towers. fI2D THE RT. REV. JOHN VVILLIAMS, D.IJ., LL.ID.. Leafmfer' on ffzlvfory. Middletown. lrl.X'f, WILLIAM A. M. VVAINVVRIGHT, M.A., M.D., Leffzzreff on Afzaiomy and Physzblogy. 199 Main Street. 'WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, M.A., Leciznfer on Law. 372 Main Street. CHARLES D. SCUDDER, M.A., M.D.. Leflzzref' on Hyrgzkfze. - New York City., CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER, L.H.D., D.C.L., Lecfzzref' 072 .Efzglzlvlz Lz'z'e7'cz!ufe. 37 Forest Street. FREDERICK C. ROBERTSON, M.A., . lhlfgf- fnstrzzcfor 232 Eloczzfzbn. Boston, Mass. FREDERIC R. HONEY, PH.B., I Ifzslrzzcfor zh Descrzlblzbfe Geomelffy and Drczwzhg. New Haven. REV. FREDERIC GARDINER, JR., B.A., Insirzzcfor zh Naiural Sazlenre. Pomfret. CLARENCE G. CHILD, B.A., fnstrucfof' zkz Englzkh and Maikefnatzbs. 4Q Northam Towers. CLIFFORD S. GRISWOLD, B.A., Asszlvlam' zh Me Clzemzkczl ami Physzka! Lczboraiorzbs. 66 Northam Towers. URIEL H. SPENCER, Lzfnzrzkzn. F Allen Place. , The stated meetings of the Faculty are held every Friday morning at eleven o'clock 4135 X gT.UD' NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF ALUMNI. OFFICERS, 1891. President. LUKE A. Lociiwoon, '55. Vice-President. W. C. SKINNER, '76, - Secretary, I H Treasurer. DR. VV. A. M. NVAINVVRIGHT, '74. P. S. BRYANT, '70- III Elm Street, Hartford. Executive Committee. DR. W. D. MORGAN, '72. REV. S. HART, D.D., '66, NEW YORK ASSOCIATION OF ALUMNI. OFFICERS, 1891. President. REV. JAMES MULCHAHEY, D.D. 1st Vice-President, THOMAS M. L. CHRYSTIE, M.D. 2d Vice-President, REV. BRADY E. BACKUS, D.D. 3d Vice-President, VVILLIAM E. CURTIS. 4th Vice-President, CHARLES D. SCUDDER, M.D. Secretary, CHARLES 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 Own right be present at any meeting of the Association, but no graduate shall have the right to vote or to take any .part inthe business of the Association unless he be a member thereof. C155 ! E E 2 i S IER' ,791 hmmdmm. LU- sunn. ws. ALUMNI- il. nvWg U gg:-2z,bK '3 A J GRADUATE STUDE T 3 C179 UNDERGRADUATES v f'f'1 Tim P V' H I V ff, 'il i 1 15 4 X -N -1 rf, I- M. 1 I' Q 7 ,x x I' J r 5 x Y 1 f f 1 I , L 1 I x 1 ' , X 7 Wi , - 1' 4. 4- if"1?' f'x"'F'S ' 4 "2-.J ,ff J f k 1 11- 5 .aff f 1 yf' 140 If NAME. Frank Marshall Barber CL. SJ, John Bird Burnham, William Hooper Coster Qs.j, Edward Bronson Finch, Arthur Collins Graves, Arthur Leslie Green, Irenus Kittridge Hamilton, jr. Cs.l, George Newell Hamlin, W'i1liam Cleveland Hicks, jr., Frederick Reed Hoisington CI.. 5.5, Harry Howard, Isaac VVayne Hughes, XVilliam Sanford Kingsbury Cs.j, Edward Rutledge Lampson, jr.. Edwin Franklin Lawton Cs.j, W'illiam Hugh McCulloch, Herbert Parrish, Victor Cox Pedersen, John Fields Plumb, Lucian Vlfaterman Rogers, MEM BERS. f2I RESIDENCE. RooM. Pzzwfzzfkef, R. I. 42 J. H Wz'Z71zz?tzgf07z, Del. 59 -Allen Pl Pz'z'fsbzzrgh, Pa. 16 f. H G1'ee1zj?e!zz', jllrzss. II f. H A7670 Hzzrfen, Conn. 32 H Chzmy, 111. A 2 j. H Ckzkago, IZZ. 31 f. 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W: DTN' Xml:'U55Mp":3i5Ef11:11.514f'P"515E5':1':.,,. 5255111 i:- 'ffrxg "w .1"fi -S' iw M ."-TW" 'iiiiilvz-."-ua..L.2:'Q3"'f5-.2.5 252+ .2'iii 2ff.wfEi2?w1i2f1: fw..11,. ..3..,. 'N -:e.. gggafnswn .vgggfrzvf'f1'5-3i:14:g3..:s.s.:e55:1 iw 5 A I HM' 'N ,Y , , 1 l"j-'ieiigig "'1".'.:'5T+"" "'V'w. ff' f'..7,i.....saEi:N3?' "hw ,Q gl . 5 ""?i'i'2F1'. :iii bg.:,.Eia:,sidi4i5ie2 '4 1. ,qv-.:i'::?'-:':i1':'-:E '111'R5'rlLl1 ' l E: 15 ' A..fgv'.a:.rlA.' .. .. . 'iii' 'iw 5' S 52E5E2l55E25lEiiQQE527i' . ,gg-1 .U .M 1:2-.1:.f.-:.g. 2-ZF 1 V -11?-.TEE M" :QF dh JL..-Q .gg V-L -. 71775 J.-I-'E-.-52522252 1 ' - - ' 'X Q " 5y"- Y YQ? 5:7522 , Dzfaka. Bfulaf. NAME. . Stephen Howard Alling, Albert Crabtree, Thomas Langdon Elwyn QL. SQ, Frederic Beecher Fuller Qs.j, Thaddeus Welles Goodridge, Harmon Sheldon Graves, Clarence Loines Hall Qs.j, Gordon Hall QL. .s.j, Elijah Kent Hubbard, Jr. QL. 3.9 Romilly Francis Humphries, Charles Amos johnson, Hugh Kidder, Edward Gardner Lewis QL. SQ, Thomas McKean, jr. QL. s.j, Malcolm Stuart McConihe, Roland Hawley Mallory- QL.j, William joseph Miller, ' William Osgood Orton Qs.j, john Paine, . Ernest Randall, 4 MEMBERS. 25 RESUJENCE. Sujield, Come. Fez ZZ River, Mass. Pezzefzezpeza, Pe. Concord, N H. Exefer, N H Bzzrlmgfon, VZ. Harzyforci. ' Marguefle, iflfzkk. Mzddleiowfz, Conn. New York Cziy. 9 Norwzeh, C oven. Ozoego, N Y. New York Czfy. Phz'!cm'eZphz'cz, Pa. Troy, N. Y. Brzkigeporf, Conn. Norlk Eezsf, Md. Phz'Zazz'eZ1o!zz'cz, Pa. Troy, .Nl V. Essex, Conn. D . RooM. Suflield 38 H .33 J- 2 J. H IQ S. H 32 J. H 24 I. H 36 J. H 18 S. H 25 H 16 H Ii f H 18 f. H 30 f. H .293 H 28 f. H. 62 N. T. IO J. H 29 j. H. 64 N. T. w V i 1 um WL IH IH H I. H. rg. fl. IU :ll 4? ffl!" A 5 n Dneha, Biulla . IK' ,WW Mr 'Tp I H ' I1M1'Irww1v" W' ,Q I4 V 1: X, Q 1 6 I 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS. CLASS COLORS-Old Rose and Cream. CLASS YELL - Hzka-Hzka-Hzka .f' Rah-Ray-Rea ! T f'z?zz'!y- Trzbzzfy-Nzkzefy Three OFFICERS. A Christmas Term. Pffeszkienf, G. H. WILSON, ISI' VZFE-P76SZ2i8'7Zf, R. P. BA-TES, ed 'VzkeP1fesz2z'e1zz', W. P. NILES, Secafefmgf, - W. E. CONK-LIN, .Treczszwfem W. F. COLLINS, Cizronzkler, W. C. D. WILLSON, C277 Trinity Term., R. P. BATES. R. H. H. W. C. L. V. PELTON. WOFFENDEN. CANDEE. D. WILLSON LOCK WOOD. , C4 '1 In LIL K. T, J. ri J. H. I. H. lr H in 3.14. ibm: X- T. ia. fs. ya gn. ik!!- g. 1. 1. S. 3, I. gil zaf- NAME, RESIDENCE. RooM. William Chapin Hill QL. s.j, Charles Albert Horne, Louis de Koven Hubbard, Frederick Brisco Hubbell Cs.j, Samuel Henry lobe, Charles Judd, . Charles Augustus Lewis, john Vlfilliams Lewis, Luke Vincent Lockwood, Charles Melvin Murphy Cs.j, William Porter Niles, Burton Parker, A Reginald Peerce, Henry Hubbard Pelton, Henry Hulbert Porter, William Herman Rouse, Herbert Mendonhall Smith, Floyd Thomas Steel Qs.j, W William Crosswell Doane Willson CL. SJ, Richard Henry Woffenden, Phz'!aa'e'Zpkza, Pa. Dover, N H. Mzadlefowa, Conn. ZVo'zoz'owa,' Conn. New York Czly. Keaf, Coma. ,New London, Conn .New York Czhjf. Rzbferszkie, Come. Mancaoivfer, Conn. Concord, N H Harzford. my Porfsmoafa, R. L' Mzaalefown, Conn. Unzorwillo, Coma. Cooalf, Come. Brzagewaier, Coma. Tacoma, Wash. Lanszkzgoargh, N Y. .Norflz Adams, Mass. A IO J. H U 48 N. T I7 S. H 56 N. T 52 T 26 J. H 8 1. H I8 J. A 111 House. Manchester. IQ S. H IQ J. 52 N. CT.. 33 f. H. I4 ff H. 26 H. 44 f- H- 3 f. I2 '. H. 39 .H. u ig -gf iR.A?. H-H. lX.'l'. nj.H.A ilu. ull qui BLM fi- If K ml 1 I a 5 FRESHMAN CLASS. CLASS COLORS-Old Rose and New Blue. I CLASS YELL - Rafi-Rah-Rah ! Rah-Rah-Rafi ! Tfacrapfg ical 'E uevrhcovfa OFFICERS. Christmas.Term. V . 'Trinity,Term Preszkiehi, F. F. JOHNSON, W. STRONG. 1334 Vzte-Preszkieni, S. 'CARTER, L. PADDOCK 203 Vzke-Preszkieni, W. S. SCHUTZ, JOHNSON. Secrelziry, R. L. PADDOCK, S. GRAVESS Treasurer, G. VV. ELLIS, P. PARKER. Chronzkler, J. W. EDGERTON, H. LITTELL. 4315 L n I 2 1. 2 1 NAME RESIDENCE ROOM Solomon Stoddard jersey Czly N f 60 N T Albert W1ll1am Strong QL sb Mznfzeapolzs Mznn I4 H XHHTIY Crayton Sturtevant Hafzferd 105 Wash1ngton St Cha1les Freder11,k Weed Clezremom' N H 43 H Perley Raymond Wesley CL Harzfforzi 51 Seymour St Frederlck Amaz1al1 WTIU New fllzQf01fd Conn 23 H SPECIAI STUDENTS NOT CANDIDATES POR A DEGREE Lotus Isaac Belden Tlzomezsion Conn 61 N T Halfle Renz Dmgvs all Deirozz' Mzeh H 9FDied September 1 . Lui 1 5' C33 SECRET FRATERNITIES HE LOCAL FRATERNITY GF I. K. A. F UNDED 829. AT TRINITY CCDLLEGE C377 Y I '1 'z N I E F 4 , J , , , -,ev - .- 11 P m, u ' s . HN. V, 1 4 . ' W, :yzlgf 5 l 'ff' Q f NNQ., V, I IW my A mga V' !llffll'0,,5Zf 555- . -Wfff 1391,--' gy, V1-mwlfygii ' QS?-,.,V 5 J- ,hi-A,ll-,axfQxBXXXW'fp1 , ffflmhyl ifii W A. PH'l . U'P1 I IQ W U Y ME1 fi .K I-XI PUMA if I FRATRES IN URBE HON. D. W. PARDEE, '4o. C. R. CHAPMAN, '47, C. E. GRAVES, '5Q. C. J. HOADLY, '51. VV. A. M. WAINWRIGHT, M.D., '64 J. H. BRCCRLESBY, '65. WM. C. BRCCKLESBY, '69, ARTHUR R. BROCKLESBY, '70. . J. W. GRAY, '72. ' W. C. SKINNER, 76. G. W. BEACH, '8o. ' C395 23.555 Abbot, C. W., ,4Q. 'fAbbott, P., ,4Q. Adams, G. Z., '39. fAdams, J. R., ,4Q. A en, E. T., ,4I. A Andrews, C. M., '84.' fAnistaki, I., ,37. it she, J. B., '3o. 'f'Backus, A., '52. Bacon, 1. W., '46. Bakewell, J., '59. Barbour, . H., ,73. Barclay, R., '8o. artlet, H. P., ,72. PBayarcl, XR. H., ,4I. ayey, . R., '35. Beach, E. S., '83. Beach, G. VV., '8o. Belden, N. M., '48. 'Benton, M. F., '58, Bond, J., ,4O. Bowman, C. W., '87. WBrainard, N. L., '45. "Brander, H. M., '45. 'Brandt, L., '4o. 'Brewer, XX. L., '38. , Brinley, E. H., ,4Q. - Brinley, P., ,47. Brocklesby, A. K., '7o. Brockleshy I H '65 niim' up Brocklesby, W. '6o. NBrownell, T. S., '35. 'fBuchanan, I., '53. A ' Bu , IV. M., '39, 9fButler, M. N., 21.4. 'tCaldwe1l, C. E., '82. . 6 Q in x A. GRADUATE MEMBERS i+Camphell, C. I., '3o. Carpenter, J. S., ,7Q. Carpenter, T., '88. Carpenter, R. H., '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. WComstock, J. C., '38. Conyngham, C. M., '59 Cossitt. P. S., '45. i+Cowling, R. O., '61, itCurtis, W. E., '43. Daves, G., '57. Davies, W. G., '6o. . 55, ' 'f'Bonclurant, W. E., '63. N'DeForrest, G. A., '55. 41 itDeLancy, T. J., ,4O.' Delano, F. R., '65. Deming, W. C., '84. DeZeng, E., '4o. tDick, J. M., ,54. Dirickson, L. L., ,4I. 4Dorsey, VV. H. I., '36. Downes, L. T., '48. Driggs, T. I., '48, HDyer, A., 770. Erwin, I. B., '76. Erwin, R. G., '74. HFaxon, E., '47, tlfferrill, W. C., '78. Foote, I., '42, iPPeake, C. F., '42. Peck, T. M., '8o. Peck, W. E., '7r. itPerkins, L. H., ,34. Peters,,G. E., '5o. ttPhelps, J. S., ,32. 1tProctor, C. H., '73, Quick, H. S., '58. Richardson, L. XV., '73. Richardson, R. D., ,7I. Ripley, P., '47. Robertson, J. A., '54. Rodgers, .G. NV., '87. Rodgers, R. E. L., '87. 'iRogers, R. C., '45. Rowland, E., '57. 'ftSargent, G. D., '51, Sawyer, L., '5o. Scott, E. G., '57. Scudder, C. D.,"75. Scudder, E. M., '77. WScudder, H. J., '46. "+Scudder, T., '54. Scudder, XV., '89. Sedgwick, XV. R., '84 Shannon, XV., 'S7. WSherman, H. B., '38. Sherman, H.. M., '77. NSherwood, VV. B., '36.. Shipman, P. W., '82. Short, NV. B., '67. Skinner, XV. C., '76. Small, E. F., '74. iesllllth, C. H., '36. Smith, J. H., ,74. Smyth, J. XV., '52. Starr, J., '56. 'iStarr, S., ,2Q. Stedman, R. S., '63. 'iStirling, NV. H., 21.4. iiStone, J. A., 114. Stone, L. H., '87. AZ . - Singletary, G. E. B., '49 Deceased. C437 Stoughton, N. C., '38. "iSumner, A. E., '61. Sutton, E. B., '76. iiTaylor, F. L., Y43. i+Taylor, W. F., '44, i'fTerry, C. E., '51. iiThomas, G. H., '41. Thompson, H. VV., '83 Todd, C. J.,-'55. Tolles, W. A., '46. '5Tracey, W. D., '42. cLTracey, 1. R., ,3Q. Wlfudor, H. B., '5o. Turner, H., '38. 7 Van Zandt, C. C., 51. '5Van Zandt, W., ,2Q. itVarley, C. D., '4I. Vlfainwright, VV. A. M Wainwright, F. C., '88 VVait, I. T., '35. VVarner, L. F., '85. '+Warren, E. I., '8o. Warren, G. T., YQO. VVarren, M., '32. .i+Warren, W. H., '34. VVarren, W. H., ,QO. itWaring, C. M., '36. Vifashburn, L. C., '81. Way, J. A., '37. 'iWebb, E. C., ,75. VVebb, VV.'E., '4o.4 Webb, W. VV., '82. W'elch, L. E., '86. White, I. G., '54. VVhite, R. A., '81. Wfiggin, A. H., '68. Wolcott, F. H., '86. i+VVolcott, S. G., '47. +iWood. H. S., 771. Woodbury, T. C., '71. Woodworth, F. A., '80 Woodward, G. A., '55, Wright, A. E., rag. e ORK L r"',,?..'+j-0 tw-51 on if! 5, ' Q ,f 'n-x',- , m ,...7: .,., .- T '. 63 X N' QQ 5-. ,, I I V ' V X 1 u 1 S x x X, ,'. , -1 u x Y 1 1 4 , A fs N4 'x , I Iliimmghlillllg ' W 3 1 I 1 4 3 5 5 TI-IE EPSILCN CHAPTER, ACTIVE MEM BERS. rfI'IOMAS NICLEAN, CHARLES MILLER BECKNVITH, ROBERT HABERSHAM COLEMAN, WILLIAM ELIPHALET ADAMS BULKELEY, FRANK RQOSEXIELT, GEORGE THURSTON MACAULEY, STRATHEARN HENDRIE, EDNVARD IVICPHERSON MCCOOK. 7 9 1. I EDXVARD BRONSON FINCH, FREDERICK REED HOISINGTON, JACOB HUNIPI-IIQEY GREENE, IRVING THOMAS SMITH, CHARLES HOOKER TALCOTT. 7 92. D CLARENCE LOINES HALL, ALEXANDER HAMILTON SIBLEY, WILLIAM OSGOOD ORTON, CHARLES CHRISTOPHER TROWERIDGE. 7 93- . EDXVIN STANTON ALLEN, CHARLES AUGUSTUS LENVIS, CHARLES CLARENCE BARTON, JR., JOHN WILLIAM LEWIS, JOHN CHARLES BULKELEY, A BURTON PARKER, ROBERT CAIRNS HAYDEN, ROBERT DOUGHTY WEEKS, NVILLIAM CHAPIN HILL, WILLIAM CROSWELL DOANE WILLSON. 7 ROBERT PRESCOTT PARKER. C457 -5 niivwuwf' ' 4 , 4 2 fi if Knoblock, A. F., '55, "?Lamson, VV., '56, Lawrence, C. V., '56, fLe-acock, H., '58, 'f'Lewis, E. B., '65. Lewis, E. G., '92, ftLewis, J. I., '62, Lewis, S. S., '61, ftLewis, Ti C., '71, Lewis, Vi, H., '65, Lincoln, F. T., '76, Lincoln, G. NV., '75, Macauley, G. T., '90, Mackay, NV. R., '67, Martindale. H. S., '79, McClory, H.,"51, McC0ll0ugh, D. H., '73, McCook, F. McP., '90, McCouch,' H. G., '75, McLean, T., '75, Miller, H., '80, Miller, P. S., '64, Miller, S. T., '85, iiMines, F. S., '64, Mines, F., '54, Morgan, B. T., '61, Morse, F.,, '66, ' Murray, A. S., Jr., '71 Murray, F. XV., Yale, '7 Murray, R., '73, Nelson, R, H., '80. Nichols, G. G., '67, f+Norris, E. C., '61, Norris, H., '63, Norton, F. L., '68, Nott, R. H., '71, Owen, F. IV., '84, Padgett, P., '76, Palmer, C. C., '51. Parsons, H., '83, JL . 5 Parsons, R., -Ir., '81, Pattison, G. B.. '81, Paxson, H. C., '51, Pearce, I. S., '62, 9tPeck, D. L., '62, Perkins, G. E., '81, tPierce, H. H., '58, ttPinckney, F. S., '62, Platt, Chas., jr., '75, Platt, Clayton, '74, Platt, IV. A., '75, Potter, A. H., 'Q2. Read, H. P., '84, Roosevelt, F., '83, tDeceased. 7. C477 i+Smith, Russell, F. G., '80, Russell, I. D., '92, Russell, H., '84, Rutherford, H. V., '76, Scott, H. B., '78, Sheldon, W, C., jr., '82, "'Shreve, W, I., '83.' Smallwood, S. B., '63, H. S., '62, i5Smith, I. S., '64, Smith, I. T., '91, Smith, R. H., '69, Smith, W. G. W., '71, Stark, B., Jr., '79, Stark, M W. ., '75, 'x'Stedman, T. VV., '74, i"Steele, H. D., '51. "iStevens, S., '65, '+StillWell, R, M., '70, Strong, C. M., '64, Strong, I. 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., '8 Wada-hiii, 0. B., '73. Van Zile, E. S., '84, Vibbert, H. C., '68, Vihhert, VV. H., '58, ' Wanzer, C., '66, Waterman, L., '71, Vifaters, G. S., '87. rVVatson, NV. C., '63, Vifatts, E. B., '73, Whistler, W. G. McN., ' i+White, F. W., '78, VVilc0X, F. L., '80, IfVilc0X, F. P., '80, NVildman, T, G., '57, INilliams, C. C., '71, Vifilliams, C, G., '80, VVilrnerding, H., '8 1. NVinkley, R. L., '79, Wfooclin, IN. i R., '58, Wfoodruif, E. H., '82, Vkfright, G. F.,, '74, Young, A. M., '82, 3 57 5 E S 1332 1333 :Egg 1551 1331 I , Liv 1541 F45 :ii 55? 'ff E55 I 2? lg A e 99 9? Qi 5 il? THE PHI KAPPA CHAPTER. AC-TIVEA MEMBERS. 7 .QL . I . ARTHUR LESLIE GREEN, GEORGE NEWELL HAMLIN, EDXVARD RU1'LEDGE LAMRSON, JR., JOHN FIELDS PLUMB, ' DAVID VYAN SCHAACK. ' 2 CQ . FREDERIC BEECHER FULLER, ' HUGH IQIDDER, ERNEST RANDALL. 7 93- CARTER LEE BOXVIE, JAMES CULLEN, IR.-, LAXVSON AVERELL CARTER, EliNES'l' LEON DIC'KINSON. LUKE VINCENT LOCKVVCOD, - CLARKE CHURCHMAN, C4 GEORGE HEWSON WILSON. ' '94. . SHIRLEY CARTER, PALMER BENNETT MOIQRISON HARRIE RENZ DINGNVALL, VVALTER STANLEY SCHUTZ, SAMUEL HARRINGTON LITTELL, EDNVARD 'CONRAD WAGNER, PERLEY RAYMOND WESLEY. 7 C495 GRADUATE MEMBERS oE THE PHI KAPPA CHAPTER Almy, S., '92. Andrews, R., '53. Applegate, O., jr., '87. Armstrong, D. M., '58 Barber, VV. W., '88. Barto, R. V., '82. Bellinger, ETB., '72. Bixby, R. F., ,7O. Blackmer, W. C., '78, Boardman, W. H., '85. Boardman, W. J., '54. Booth, T. R., '52. Bowman, J. P., '53. itBrainard, E. W., '42. 7 Brainard, J., 51. Brainard, J. M., '84. Brownell, H. B., '88. Bryan, W., ,75. I Bryant, P. S., '70, itBulkeley, C. E., '56. Buxton, J. B., '72.. Buxton, If C., ,73. Came-ron, I. I. H., ,7Q. Cameron, L., '86. 9tCapron, A., '45. Carey, H, A., '93. Carter, B. M., '82. SO Carter, C. H., '82. Carter, G. C., '87.E Carter, I. R., '83. Chase, F., '52. Cheritree, T. L., '9o. Cheshire, I. B., jr., '69 Chipman, G. C., '45. WChipman, G. S., '78. Chrystie, T.A M. L., '63. Church, S. P., '4I. Clark, A. F., ,75.. Codman, A., '85. Coe, G. J., ,74.. Coit, C. W., '82. Coleman, G. P., '9o. fConklin, H. H., '38. Cooke, G. L., ,7O. Cooke, 0. D., '44. Cowl, M. L., '83, Crane, T., '45, Crocker, H. D., '84. Crosby, D. G., '5r.C Curtiss, H. C., '8I'. Dingwall,.F.. A., 792. ' Drane, M., '52, Elliott, H., '72, Fisher, R., '56. I Flagg, E. O., '48, Flagg, J. B., '46, Flower, S., '45, Foote, C. E., '76, Freeland, C. NV., '81, 'Geer, G. J., '42, Gilmore, A, P., '74, Goodwin, J., '86, Goodwin, XV, B., '88, Goodwyn, XV. S., '38, Gordon, T. H., '71, Graham, H, C., '61, Graham, J., ,7'2. Griswold, B. H., '66, Hagar, XY. C., '79, Hall, G, R., '42, Hamlin, A. C., '87, Harding, A., '79, Hatch, E. B., '86, Hays, j. MCC., '86, Hays, XV, XV., '58, Hazlehurst, G, B., '77 ?Heatl1, F., '38, Henshaw, C. H., '53 Hiester, I., '76, tHills, G. M., '47, Hills D., '78, Hills G. H., '84, Hills, R., '84, Holcomb, B. T., 3' Q. 5 Holley, NV. VV., '61, +tHooff, J. L., '46, ' Hooker, S. D., '77, Hooper, G. G., '66, Howell, G. D., '82, Hubbell, J, H., '56, Humphrey, G. F., '85, Hunter, C. '78, Huntington Huntington Huntington Huntington Huntington G. S., '81, H. K., '67 J, T., '5o. J. XV., '83, R. VV., '64 .. wJ' EJ' Huntington, H., '84, Huske, J., '77, Hutchins, R. H., '90, Ingersoll, C. M., ,3Q'. iilves, A, M., '56, acobs, E. C., '55, James, C., '61, Jarvis, R, VV. H., '48, ewett, P, A., '37, ftliennedy, F., '68, HKirtland, I., '7o, f+Kneeland, G., '80, Kurtz, C, M., '83, Kurtz, J. E., '77, Leaver, H, K., '59, Littell, I, S., '90, Lyman, A. J., '78, Maddox, W. 'T., '59, Mallett, W. 'P., '4O. Middlebrook, L. N., '48. Mock, L. C., '78, Morgan, W. F., jr., '88 4tMorss, j.' R., '47. Newton, E. -P., '81, Norton, G. H., '75. ttO1mstead, H., '42. Palmer, N., '45. Peabody, F. B., '48, Perry, J. B.,-'72. 9tPerryman, E. G., '55, Peters, W. C., '48. +Pitts, C. H., '65. Plumer, L. M., '74. Porter, T. A., Q76. Potts, F. H., '68. Prescott, O.'S., '44. Preston J' A 55 Putnam W T 88 Pynchon T R 4 Pynchon W H C 9 Sartwelle W D 75 Schutz R H 89 Sennett L F 89 I Deceased 52 Sistare, C. G., '47. Smith, P., '9o. Smyth, J. D., '74. Snow, A. H., '79. Snyder, 'E., '72. Stimson, L. B.,' '48. Stewart, G. T., '78, Stewart, W. J. S., '88. Stone, M., '8o. Stone, S., '8o. 'tStorm, C., '39. Sullivan, F. R., "66. , Thurman, A. W., '67. Tracy, E., '55. Vanderpoel, A. M., '89 Wadsworth, L. F., '44, Warner, A. J., '42, Warner, D. T., '72. ' Warner, ' Watson N Whaley P H Wheaton C 9 Whltlock R W1111ams H Woodruff F D 8 3 FYHTG H A 6 M C as y - -7 ' 1 ' 7' S. ., ,82. ! ' '7 ' ' 2 W' -7 '74- , , . ., ' 1. I I, ., '4 . , . . .. ' 0. A ' ' , H. ., '7O. Richardson, F. w., '84 A wmiams, E. w., '53. 5 , . .,' . ' ' , J. ., '54, , . ., ' . ' ' , , ., '4 . ' C 7 FRATRES IN URBE. Rev. Prof. IBSON T. 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, '6O. FRANK W. CHENEY,.BI'111'1011l2l.I1, '54. JOSHUA E. CRANE, Jr., Brunonian, '72, GEORGE H. DAY, Geneva, '73. 5 HORACE S. FULLER, M.D., Amherst, ROBERT E. DAY, Yale '58. . ARTHUR L. GILLETT, Amherst, '8O. PANETT M. HASTINGS, M.D., Hamilton, '39. CHARLES E. GROSS, Yale, '69. EDWARD B. HATCH, Phi Kappa, '86. FREDERICK VAN H. HUDSON, Dartmouth Rev. JOHN T. HUNTINGTON, Phi Kappa, '5O. ALVIN P. HYDE, Yale, '45. . RICHARD W. H. JARVIS, Phi Kappa, '48. I JOHN C. KINNEY, Yale, '61, LEONARD MORSE, Amherst, 771. Rev. THOMAS R. PYNCHON, 'D.D., LL.D., Phi Kappa ROBERT H. SCHHTZ, Phi Kappa, '89. Rev. STORRS O. SEYMOUR, Yale, '57, Hon. NATHANIEL SHIPMAN, Yale, '48. Hon. GEORGE G. SILL, Yale, '52. Rev. WILDER SMITH, Yale, ,57. 4 . Rev. CHARLES C. STEARNS, Yale Rev. SAMUEL M. STILES, Middletown, '6O. ' SAMUEL B. ST. JOHN, M.D., Yale, '66. MELANCTHON STORRS, M.D., Yale, '52, HENRY E. TAINTOR, Yale, '65, A. M. VANDERPOEL, Phi Kappa, '89. E. D. VAN GIESEN, Williams Prof. WILLISTON WALKER, Amherst, '83, C537 HE FRATERNVPY OF DELI ,K PP EPs1Lo PHI, . IICHETA, XI, . SIGMA, GAMMA, PSI, . UPSILON, CHI, . BETA, . ETA, . A1,PPIA, KAPPA, LAMBDA, PI, . IOTA, . ALPHA ALPHA, OMICRON, EPSILON, RHO, . TAU, . MU, . NU, . I BETA PHI, PHI CHI, PSI PHI, GAMMA PHI, PSI OMEGA, BETA CHI, DELTA CHI, PHI GAMMA, GAMMA BETA, TI-IETA ZETA, ALPHA CHI, PHI EPSILON, SIGMA TAU, FOUNDED IN 1844 AT YALE UNIVERSITY. RGLL OF' CHAPTERS. . Yale University, Bowdoin College, . Colby University, . Amherst College, . Vanderbilt University, University of Alabama, . Brown University, . - . University of Mississippi, . University of North Carolina, . University of Virginia, . I Harvard University, Miami University, . Kenyon College, Dartmouth College, . Central University, Middlebury College, . University of Michigan, Williams College, . Lafayette College, . Hamilton College. . . . I A Madison University, . . College of the City of New York, University of Rochester, . . Rutgers College, . . . De Pauw University, . . Weslegfan University, . . Rensselear Polytechnic Institute,- . Adelbert College, . . . . Cornell, University, . .5 . Syracuse University, Columbia College, . . University of California, '. . Trinity- College, University of Minnesota, . . . . Massachusetts Institute of Technology, . C 545 1844 1844 1845 1846 1889 1847 1850 1850 1851 1852 1852 1852 1852 1853 1853 1854 1855 1855 1855 1856 1856 1856 1856 1861 1866 1867 1867 1868 1870 1871 1874 1876 1879 1889 '1890 Y , - Ma, I f Q g - U u V, V I 5 ' V ' X ' 5 , V V V Y ' E. X 11 V V 5 4 V " 5 ' 3 1 I . vu 5 f F 1 ' V ' N V N V .P I .,V , V V L E VV V HL i g 9 P i W F Vr i r I F V V V 1 A i ' z ' + A . V :L 5 V L Z' l r I ' V . r F V V I I V I V P V V V V V V ll VV l ' V I V V 'l 1 I I V 1 1 at ' V: V: I V: V V V 3 V V .l 1' i - i . V X V V F 5 1' V xk I i V F i i V V 1 5 E V i V i F 1 i 5 F f 1 L 5 Vi I : XE k l , V V 'i i i I . 5 rl 'L , ' v IQ igiii M,9qtaXc1DLa6faiftW 2 Lifff kt4,lLfQ lllll ll INIIXY THE ALPHA CHI CHAPTER. ACTIVE MEMBERS. JOHN BIRD BURNHAM, WILLIAM HOOPER COSTER, VVILLIAM HUGH MCCIILLOC VICTOR COX PEDERSEN, NEI.SON HOWARD BISHOP, ALBERT CRAETREE, GEORGE HERBERT FRENCH, H, I. 24. ELIAS BOUDINOT STOCKTON, TPIFZODORE PAYNE THURSTON, GEORGE HERMANN WRIGHT, WILLIAM GEORGE WRIGHT. GORDON HALL, GTIS GRANT HAMMOND, CHARLES AMOS JOHNSON, JULIAN ELROY RAMSDELL. 793- Q ROBERT PECK BATES, CHARLES ALBERT HORNE, WILLIAM BOWIE. 794- JOSEPH SEVVALL SMITH, JR., ALBER'l' WILLIAM STRONG, OLIVER ALCOTT SMITH, CHARLES FREDERICK VVEED, SOLOMON STODDARD, FREDERICK AMAZIAH WRIGHT. C557 1 1 I i P 1 1 I 1 1 I E I E 1 i i F l I 1 i 1 1 I RADUATE MEMBERS OE THE ALPHA CHI CHAPTER. -ANDERSON, ALEXANDER ,HOFKINS, '87. 7 ' 'BARROVVS, JOHN CHESTER, 8O. - - BARROWS, WILLIAM STANLEY, '84. BENTON, WILLIAM LANE HALL, '8O. . BIDYVELL, LAWSON BREWER, '8O. BIDVVELL, WALTER DAVIDSON, '81. BIRDSALL, PAUL, '86. , BLACK, HARRY CAMPBELL, '8O. I . BREVVER, SEABURY DOANE, '82, BROWN, GEORGE ISRAEL, '88. BURTON, RICHARD- EUGENE, '83. ' ' CHAPMAN, THOMAS BION, '83. COOK, CHARLES SMITH, '81, ' . -COSTER, MARTYN KERFOO'l', '87. I - COWLES,'AR1'HUR WOODRUFF, '81. QGDAUCHEY, NATHAN FOLLIN, '85. . DEUEL, CHARLES EPIIRAIM, '87. EASTMAN, ROGER CHARLES, '88, FLEMING, DAVIIJ LAVV, '8O. TGOODRICI-I WILLIAM SLOO, '82. A ' , 1 ' GRAFF, HENRY ADDISON, "86. ' GRINT, ALFRED POOLE, '8I. ' . ' GRISWOLD, CLIFFORD STANDISH, '9O. ' IHAMILTON, CHARLES ANDERSON, '82, HOLDEN, SEAVER MIL'1'ON, '82, ' A HUBBARD, WILLIAM STIMPSON, '88, ' , - , JOHNSON, EDVVIN COMSTOCK, 2D, '88. LEAF, EDWARD BOWMAN, '85, , LINSLEY, ARTHUR BEACH, '82. A I ' ,, LOOMIS, I'IIRAM BENJAMIN, '85. LOVERIDGE, HENRY CLARENCE, '8O. MITCHELL, SAMUEL SMITH, '85. ' . I PURDY, CHARLES EDWARD, '88 REINEMAN, ADOLFH WILLIAM, '8I. - REINEMAN, ROBERT THEODORE, '83. REMINGTON, CHARLES HAZZARD, '8O. ROGERS, WELLINGTON JAMES, '8O. ' , STUART, ALBERT RHE1'T, JR,, '88, ' ' ' STUART, WILLIAM -CLARKSON, '88 .WALKER, WILLIAM DUNDAS, '82, U I h WATERS, CHARLES THOMAS, '87, ' VVHEELER, FRANCIS MELVII,LE, '83, WILLIAMS, FRANCIS GOODWIN, '8O. I ' ' VVRIGHT, ARTHUR HENRY, '83. . WRIGHT, BOARDMAN, '89 2IDeceased. ' C565 K THE DELTA KAPPA EPSILCN ALUMNI ASSOCIATICN CF CCNNECTICUT. OFFICERS. President. COL. JACOB L. GREENE, '6I. i Secretary and Treasurer. JOHN ADDISON PORTER, '78. IVIEIVIBERS. . Adams, H. C., Wfilliams, '86. Ayers, W. A., Yale, '64, Bacon, W. T., Yale, '68. Barbour, J. H., Amherst, '73. Beardsley, E. R., Yale, '59. Bliss, G. C., Middlebury,"O2. Brown, G. I., Trinity, '88. Bull, C. W., Yale, '63. Burton, R. E., Trinity, '83. Camp, J. S., Vllesleyan, -. Clark, C. H., Yale, '7I. Coburn, W. I., Dartmouth, '82, Collins, Atwood, Yale, '73. Conant, G. A., l-, -. Cone, J. B., Yale, '57. Cooley, C. P., Yale, '91, Cooley, F. R., Yale, '86. Crane, L. N., YVesleyan, 'go. Day, A. P., Yale, 'oo. Davis, F. XV., Yale, '77. Dinsmore, C. A., Dartmouth, '84. ' Forrest, C. R., Yale, '86. Freeman, Hon. H. B., Yale, '62. Freeman, H. B., Yale, ,Q2. Gates, A. F., ---, --. Graves, I. A., Yale, 372. Greene, Col. I. L., Univ. Mich., '61. Griswold, C. S., Trinity, '9o. Hine, C. D., Yale, '7I. 8 C57 Houston, -I. B., C. C. N. Y., '78 Howe, D. R., Yale, '74, Hubbard, G. H, Dartmouth, '8o. Hyde, F. E., Yale, '79, Hyde, XV. IV., Yale, '63, Ingalls, Dr. P. I-I., Bowdoin, '77, Johnson, E. C., zd, Trinity, '88. Mason, TY. L., --, ---. Matson, XV. L., Yale, '62. - Mitchell, S. S., Trinity, '85. Moseley, G. G., Yale, '74, Owen, C. H., Yale, '6o. Parker, Rev. E. P., Bowdoin, '56. Perry, XY. VV., Yale, '71. Phelps, E. J., Yale, '86. Porter, A., Yale, '78, Pratt, W. VF., Adelbert, '88, Prentice, Hon. S. O., Yale, '73, Robbins, E. D., Y3IG,',74. Ryce, L. C., Yale, '86. Smiley, C. D., Amherst, '9o. Starr, Dr. P. S., Yale, '68, St. john, YV. H., Yale, '91, Taylor, -I. M., Williams, '67 Tucker, D., Yale, '61, IYarHeld, F. A., Middlebury, '87. Way, C. L., Yale, '85. ' lYelch, A. Yale, '82. Yung 'Wing Yale, '54. I-IE FRATERNITY GF FOUNDED IN 1833 AT UNION CCLLEGE. ROLL OF CHAPTERS. THETA, Union College. DEl,TA, 'University of the City of BETA, . Yale University. SIGMA, Brown University. GAMMA, Amherst College. ZETA, . Dartmouth College. LAMBDA, Columbia College. KAPPA, V Bowdoin College. PSI, Hamilton College. Xi, . Wesleyan University. UPSILON, V University of Rochester. IOTA, . Kenyon College. C PHI, ' University of Michigan. PI, Syracuse Universityg CHIC, . A Cornell University. BETA BETA, . Trinity College. ETA, . Lehigh University, C587 V . New York 5 X. i . -. 1. U .aan-...Av-rug-fix . 1 I 1 .Al- l 1 1 I 1 n Q 1 L 5 1 ' I ,Q ,x gjnfff 'H K' 4 I 5 X1 ' ' X ' , . 4 P Q Q A . 'X . - ' wi: -ff' A- R ' I P' f 0 4-P ,1- I Lg. THE EET BETA CHAPTER. -T ACTIVE MEM BERS. T N 7 9 1. . Q V WILLIAM CLEVELAND HICKS, JR., 1 HERBERT PARRISH, LUCIEN WATERMAN 'ROGERS 7 92. THOMAS 'LANGDON ELWYN, ' ELIJAH KENT HUBBARD, I . THADDEUS WELLES GOODRIDGE, ROLLIN SANFORD SALTUS, THOMAS HENRY YARDLEY. 7 9.3- WALTON FERGUSON-, IR., GEORGE DERWENT HAR'FLEY, LOUIS DEKOVEN HUBBARD JAMES BIRCKHEAD, JOHN WARREN EDGERTON, 7 ROBERT BENJAMIN WISTAR MORRIS, JR., WILLIAM PORTER NILES, HENRY HUBBARD PELTON. 7 94. M . HOWVARD TRESCO'FT GREENLEY, ' FRANCIS PORTER JOHHSON, LEWIS PADDOCK. ' C593 R , R GRADUATE MEMBERS 'OF THE TtAleXander, H. W., '57, Backus, B. E., '7O. Bailey, M. K., ,7Q. , Baldwin, L. B., '60, Barbour, H. M., '7o. Beardsley, W. A., '87, TBeaupillier, A. L., '56. TBeckwith, I. W., '52, . Benedict, S., '47, Benjamin, W. H., '57, 'fBetts, H., '44'. Birckhead, W. HQ, '61, Bishop, H., '61, Blair, VV.'R., 475. Bolles, E. C., '55, 'tBostwick, H. 'P., '46, Bostwick, W. L., '51, Bowdish, 1. T., ,73. Bowles, H., '60, Boylston, C. 'W., '78, Bredin, W. S., '8o. Brevoort, E. R., '68. Brewer, A. L., '53. 9tBridge, I., '47, Brinley, M., '88, Bffofzsofz, M., 52. TBrown, T. M., '5o. Brown, J. E., '83, Brundage, R. B., '78, Buflington, J., ,75. Buflington, O., ,7Q. Bulkley, C. C., '75. Bulkley, W. H., '73, Bull, F. S., '91, , , Bull, W-. A., 91. Bull, A. B., '59. Burgwin, G. C., '72. Burgwin, J. H. K., '77 Burgwin, A. P., '82, Burke, E. N., '76, BETA BETA CHAPTER 60 Cady, D. K., '55, Cammann, D. M., '74. Campbell, R. M., '78, Carpenter, C., '82, Carpenter, S. B., ,73. Carter, H. S., '69, Chase, H. R., '72.t Child, C. G., '86, Child, E. N., jr., 85. 'iClark, G., '7o. 9tClerc, C. M., ,45. Clerc, F. I., '43, Coleman, C. S., "82. 9iCollins, J. B. I., '74. itColt, W. U., '44. Coifmz, D. P., '71, Cotton, H. E., '74. Craik, C. E., '74. ' Crawford, J. W. R., '88, Crosby, W. L., '8o. Czzffzfizzhs, A. G., 151. Cuningham, J. R., '85, itDasbiell, E. F., '46, TDayton, M. B., '63, 'tDewey, D. P., '64. Dickerson, E. N., jr., '74. Dockray, E. LV., '83, Douglass, A. E., '89, Douglas, G. W., '7I. 'tDouglass, M., '46, Downes, L. AW., '88, Drayton, W., '71, Drumm, T. J., '74. NDu Bois, C., '53, . 'iEaston, G. C., '51, Edmunds, C. C., Jr., '77, Elmer, W. T., '81, TtEly, I. F., '64. Emery, R., '54,' Emery, W. S., '81, ! WEP. 1 b Everest, C. S., '71, Ferguson, E, M., '59, Ferguson '9Ferguson, 'fFerguson, S., 57., Ferguson, W., '63, Fiske, G. McC.,' '70, Fogg, T. B., '52, Fowler, F. H., '61, l French, G. A., '89, French, L., '53, Frye, P. H., '89, Gallaudet., E. M., '56, Gardiner, E. R.,"56. George, J. F., '77, George, I, H., '72, George, T. M. N., '80 Giesy, S. 'H,, '85, 'eGilman, G. S., '47, Golden, L., '83, Goodrich, A, B., '52, Goodrich, J. B., '66, Goodridge, E., '60, Goodridge, F., '57, Gould, C. Z., '82, i'Greene, F. H., '82, Greene, G., '83, 'iGreen, V., '60, Gregory, H, ' M., . 56, Gwinn, F. W., '72, 'fl-Iall, S., '54, Hamersley, W., '58, Harriman, F. D., '45, Harriman, F. W., '72, iiHart, G., '70, Hart, S., '66, Hayden, C., C., '66, Hefffzafzfz, S., 3-7, +41-Iewitt, S. G., '77, Hickox, G. A., '51, Hicks, G. C., '56, Hicks, J. M., '54, fHicks,'W. C., '48, Hitchcock, WY A., '54, Hitchcock, W. H., '84, '+Hoff, H., '82, , H., '68, J. D., '51, 61 Holway, O., '80, Hudson, R., '71, 'fHugg, G. W., '62, Hurd, A. D., '77, +91-Iurd, J. D., '74, Husband, C. H.-, '89, Hyde, E. M., '73, ' iilsbell, C. M., '63, iefackson, A., '60, iifackson, W. A., '83, johnson, E, E., '59, fohnson, F. E., '84, fohnson, G. D., 54. ifohnson, S. W., '81, fones, C. W., '81, fones, E. P., jr., '77, -bones, W. N., '88, ielielley, I., '44, Kempe, E, A., '81, ,Kemzezi L. M., '70, Kissam, E. V. B., '69.' Iffzilfedge, A, S., 37. Kfoppenbmfg, H. ,W., 38. Knickerbacker, D, B., '53, Kramer, F. F., '89, Krumbhaar, W. B., '55, Lanpher, L. A., '80, Leffingwell, C, S., 754. Lewis, G. F., '77, Lindsley, C. A., '49, Lobdell, F. D., '85, 'iLong, W., '43, . ' Loveridge, D. E., '50, Mackay-Smith, A., '72, . Macklin, R. B., '58, Magill, G, E., '84, Marshall, M. M., '63, Mather, W, G., '77, ,M6COWZkE, S., 36. ' McCrackan, J. H., '82, McCrackan, W. D., '85, Mclvor, N. VV., '82, Mears, I. UE., '58, Morris, F., '64, "Morris, 1. H., '45, 9? Mowe, W. R., -'70, I D Il tk 'tNeely,. A. D., '85, Neely, H. R., '84. Nichols, W. F., '70, Niles, W.,W., '57, Niles, E. C., '87. , Oberly, H, H., '65, Olmsted, Olmsted ttPaddock Paddock Paddock Paddock, 3 T., '65, K., '46. . H., '48 A., '45, S., '5o. H., '88 Paris, I., jr., '76. Parker, C. P., '73, Pattison, A. E., '80, Penfield, W. D., '62 rPettitt,- W. F., '46. Phillips, C. W., '71, itPolk,rA, H., '53, Pond, C. M., '58. Potwine, W. E., ,7Q. Preston, T. S., ,43. Purdy, ET L., '84. itPurdy, J. S., '49, Raftery, O. H., '73, Rinehart, E, I., '76. Roberts, W. I., '75, Rogers, W. E., '77. ttRudder, W., '48, Saltus, L., '87, Scarborough, I., '54, Scott, E. N., '89, Scott, 1. T., '91, Scott, Wy G., '88, Sexton, T. B., '6o. Seymour, C. H., '5 Seyms, G. H., ,72. Shaw, I. 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, I. D., '77. Deceased. ' 2. C625 Stedman, T. L., '74. ttSteele, O. R., '53, ttSterling, C., '44. Stocking, C. H. W., '6o. Stoddard, E. V., '6o. Stoddard, I., '71, Storrs, L. K., '63, Stotsenberg, J. H., '5o. Stout, I. K., 770. 'tStudley, W. H., '5o. Sullivan, E. T., '89, Syle, H. W., '67, Syle, L. D., '79, Taylor, E. B., ,73. Taylor, J. P., 143. Tibbitts, W. B., '61, Tibbitts, C. H., jr., '87.' . 'Tingley, G. C., '52, 'tTremaine, C. H. B., '66, ttTruby, J. M., ,7Q. Tullidge, E. K., '76. Tuttle, R. G., '89. ttTuttle, R. H., '46. Upson, A. I., '88. Valentine, W. A., '72. ' ttVanNostrand, C. A., '77. 'tVincent, 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, H. T., '43, Welles, L. H., '64, Whitcome, F. B., '87. Whitney, H. E., '74. Willson, C. T.,' '77. 'tWillson, D. B., '79, ttWinchester, S. F., '66, 'tWitherspoon, O., '56. Woodman, C. E., 773, Worthington, E. W., ,75. Ziegler, P., '72, Names of members to be initiated, in z'!aZz'cs. L L I , . '5-1 i f lf' .1 A r Y l i ifb I ill' ill ll, 241 fl? 4 fga 2 4 ii f 1 lil! 22525. liliig 'Elm . J T l 1 U rl 1. w g A rf 5 4+ li fi l! ! I l li : :Y ' li' U lf fiif ri T T - I1 iii- , , Efilf ' E, gx i- ii Q, : 5 - T l , is , mi 5 . N E5 ls Q H' Y " ' r 'iZ if 5 , W UE .p 1 r - if if 'E . . EV! 4 s lil 5, f . ll ' b M5 41 1 f m iii 1 if fi P A N Q ' 4: y izl i 1 1 - . 133 '55 :li t . " H l h 1" 5 if ii. TIM' Mi , l 1 gi , fi T nil' ' iii i "zA,, I all telic ull- zlgil . lfli 'ii' Lg!! 11: lm! mia! T 'Eli tits ul' Su! emi 553' 421521 Hilfe ' Y' w I 4. . I . 1 FRATRES IN URBE. J. W. AI.I3EN, Beta, '88. JAMES P. ANDREWS, Beta, '77, Hon. JOHN R. BUCK, Xi, '62, Rev. Prof. E. C. BISSELL, Gamma CLARENDON C. BULKELEY, Beta Beta, '75. A ALBERT ST. CLAIR COOK, Beta, '89. WILLIAM S. CASE, Beta, '85, I G. PIERREPONT DAVIS, M.D., Beta, '66. CHAS. E. FELLOWES, Beta, '56. . A JOHN C. DAY, Beta - Rev. Prof. HENRY FERGUSON, Beta Beta, '68. WILBER F. GORDY, Xi, '7O. 'E . M. GALLAUDET, Beta Beta, '56.' - ' ' HO11. VVILLIAM HANIERSLEY, Beta Beta, '58. Rev. Prof. SAMUEL HART, D.D., Beta Beta, .HOn. JOSEPH R. HAWLEY, LL.D., PSi, ,47. A L. P. HITCHCOCIC, Pi, '89. ARTHUR N. HOLLISTER,'B6t3, '58, R. W. HUNTING1'ON, Beta, '89, ' . ' , Prof. CHARLES F. JOHNSON, Beta, '55. FRANK E. JOHNSON, Beta Beta W. L. MATSON, JR., Beta, '89.' S. C. METZGER, Beta, '8O. Rev. L. H. REID, Beta, 747. J. J. NAIRN, Beta, '8O. HENRY K. OLMSTED, M.D., Beta Beta, '46, , Q I I ARTHUR PERKINS, Beta, '87. Hon. CHARLES M. POND,. Beta Beta L. F. REID, Beta, '75. HENIRY S. ROBINSON, Beta, '89, V I HENRY ROBERTS, Beta, ,77. Hon. HENRY C. ROBINSON, Beta GEORGE H. SEYMS, Beta Beta, ,72. , '53- LUCIUS F. ROBINSON, Beta I Rev. FRANCIS SHIPMAN, Beta, '85, Hon. OSEPH H. SPRAGUE, A1 ha, 251 ARTHUR L. SHIPMAN, Beta, '86. J p . I , ' A . LEWIS E. STANTON, -Beta, '55, JAMES U. TAINTOR, Beta, '66, Rev CHARLES E STOWE, Alpha ' V W. J. TATEUM, Xi, '84. - - Hon. J. HAMMOND TRUMBULL, LL.D., Beta, '42. THOMAS TURNBULL, M.D., Chi, '88. E, F, WHEELER, Kappa, '83, Rev. JOSEPH H. TWICHELTJ, Beta, '59.i ' CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER, tL.H.D., Psi C63 P. I-I. WOODWARD, Beta. '55, 5 I 1 1 s , 3 1 2 'II X 7 I I I I S J I " - S I I If Wg . I . I I 1 , I I S I H "Pi IJ? 5: I X -.J I i I I F I I I I I II EI I I ' I I QI I I II ' I I II I II ! I II , , I i . L , ll ' I I I 5 I 1 " I II 3 Ii' I If I I Z 3 I' I ,I I 1 II if I I V IJ yr Il 5. I II NI 54 , I iI Ii if I I II rt! 52 E I I I ' II IQ i i r Y, ,A I .2534 I I - A ' .. . f .5 '- - , . A 2 3 .,I,f 'V "F ' i lu" ' ,V E fu A 1' i 5, pi, 1. w -. 3 1 -. l W I 'x .' . X wx ' ' . 1, 'lf-. Qu, ,uyxavl 34,1 X W J . m Ummm N J BETA OF CCNNECTICUT. CHARTERED 1845. OFFICERS. Preszkieni, Rev. T. R. PYNCHON, D.D., LED. ' I ' Vzfe'-Preszkienf, Rev. J. T. HUNTINGTON., M.A. - . ' Searemry, Rev. SAMUEL HART, D.D. I Treasurer, GEORGE, LEWIS COOKE, M.A. Asszldcmzg Secremry, JOHN FIELDS PLUMB Asszlvicmz' Treasurer, CHARLES HERBERT YOUNG. , A CLASS OF 1891. FRANK MARSHALL BARBER, HARRY HOWARD, ISAAC WAYNE HUGHES, EDYVIN FRANKLIN LAWTON, VICTOR COX PEDERSEN, 9 C659 N JOHN FIELDS PLUMB, CHARLES NORMAN SHEPARD,' GEORGE HERMAN WRIGHT, WILLIAM GEORGE WRIGHT,V 1 . ' CHARLES EIUBERT YOUNG. Gower, H. B., '49, tjones, L. H., '52, Gowen, F. C., '62, itlielly, J., '44, Graham, J., '72, Ker, G., '43, 'tGregg, D., '54, itKerfoot, 5. B. Ch 18655. 'Gregory, H. T., '54, 1 Grennell, 5. S. th 18585. Griswold, C. S., '9o. itHale, C. F., '47, itHall, S., '54, Hallam, G. R., '59, .Ha1nilton, C. A., '82, Harding, A., '79, Harraden, F. S., '67.. Harriman, F. W., '73, Hart, S., '66. 96 Hayden, C. C., '66. ' itHaydn,' T. L., '56, Henderson, E. F., '82, Hermann, S., '57, ' Hickox, G. A., '51, Hicks, G. C.,"56. Hicks, 5. M., '54, Hiester, I., '76, Hills, 5. D., '78, Hoadly, C. J., '51, Holbrooke, G. O., '69, itHolcomb, D. E., '56, Holden, S. M., '82, Holway, O., '80, Hooker, S. D., '77. Hopson, G. B.,"57. Hotchkin, S. F., '56, Hovey, H. F., '66. A Hubbard, G. M., '75, Hubbard, S., '88, ftHugg, G. VV., '62, Hull, A. S., '66, itHunt, E. K, th 18515. Huntington, J, T., '5o. Huntington, 5. W., '83, 'PtHurcl, 5. D., '74, Huske, J., '77, Hutchins, R. H., '9o. ' itjackson, A., '6o. Jacobs, E. C., '55. Jennings, A. B., '61, itjohnson, E. E., '59, ttjohnson, E. P., '65, johnson, F. E., '84. johnson, G, D., '54, Jones, C, W., '81, Harwood, E. E. M 18615. Hawkes, W. W. th 18615. 67 Kissam, E, V. B., '69, Kittridge, A. S., '57, Knickerbacker, D. B., ' Lanpher, L. A., '8o. Lilienthal, H., '86. Linsley, A. B., '82, Lockwood, L. A., '55. Loomis, H. B., '85, Loyeridge, D. E., '5o. Luther, F. S., '7o. Mackay, J. th 18545. Mackay, WV. R., '67, Mallory, G. S., '58, tMarble, N. E. QA 18615, McCook, I., '63, McCrackan, J. H., '82, Metcalf, H. A., '66. Miller, P, S., '64, In Mitchell, S. S.,-'85, Moffett, G. H., '78, Moore, C. E., '76, Morgan, W, F., '88, Mulchahey, I., '42 th 18825 Murray, J, B., '62, Neely, H. R., '84, Newton, E. P., '81, Nichols, W. F., '70, Niles,'E. C., '87, Niles, VV. W., '57, Norton, F. L., '68, Olmsted, C. T., '65, Paddock, B. H., '48, Paddock, J. A., '45, Paddock, L. H., '88, Page, C. M 18515. Parsons, A, T., '71, Parsons, H., '83, Parsons, R., '81, Pattison, A. E., '8o, Pattison, G. B., '81, Payne, W., '34 th 18545 Peabody, F. B., '48, Perry, 5. B., '72, itPettit, W. F., '46, '5Pierce, H. H., '58, Potts, F. H., '68, Pressey, W., '9o. Preston, T. S., '43. Prout, J., '77, Purdy, C. E., '88, "'Pll1'ClV, . S., '49, Pynchoiili T. R., '41, Pvnchon, NV. H. C., '90. Rdaftery, O. H., 173. Reineman, R. T., 82, Remington, C. Igvl, ., 4. Richardson, F. Richardson, L. W., '73, itRogers, R. C., '45, H itRudder, VV., '48, Russell, F. F., '85, Worthington, E. W. , Russell, G. W., '34 M 18515 Sands, O. A., '87. itSanf0rd, D. P., 44. Sanford, H. S., '35 M 18615 Scarborough, I '54, Scudder, C. D., '75, Scudder, E. M., '77, 9tScudder, H. J., '46 CA 18505 Scudder, W., '89, Selden, F. C. M ISSQ5. Sennett, L. F., '89. Seyms, G. H., '72, Shipman, W. D. M 18715. H '33 't'Sh0rt, D. ., Ch 18565. Small, E, F., '74 Smith, C. B., '54, Smith, G, W. tk 18855. 'tSrnith, H. S., '62 Smith I. ' , S., 63. Smith, S. E., '75, J Smyth, . D., ,74. itSommers, J. B. Y. tk 18515. S encer U H p , . ., ,QO. Spencer, W. G., '53, 'tStevens, S., '65, Stocking, C. H. W., '6o. Stone, M., '80, Stotsenburg, -I. H., '50, itStudley, W. H., '50, fl' Deceased. 68 Tate, W, I., '86, Taylor, E. B., '73, 'X'Taylor, ' J- B-. 49. 'Z'Tayl0r, W. F., '44 U2 1851 8565 "tTerry, Thorne Tibbits, C. H., '87, Tibbits, W. B., '61, 'X'Toucey, I. th 18465, C- E-, ,SI th 1 , R., '85, if'Tremaine, C. H.'B.. '66, Valentine, W. A., '72 'X'Van Nostrand, C, A., Vibbert, H. C., '68, Vibbert, W. H., '58, '?'tVinton, F. Ck 18545. ' Walker, D. B., '61, Warner, M. C., '88, Warren, S. B., '59. Washburn, L. C., '81. Waterman, L., '71, VVats0n, S. N., '82. Webster, L., '80i Welles, H. T., '43, Whitcome, F. B., '87. White, R. A., '81. tWhiting, S. M., '46, D70 itVVhitl0ck, H. R., . H E Whitney, . ., '74, Williams, C. C., '71, iiWilliams, E. W., '53, VVilliams, F. G., '89, Williams, J., '90, itWilliams, I. H., '54, Williams '78, Winkley, , J. W., R, L., ' 79- !56 itWitherspo0n. O., . itWood, H. S., '71, Woodman, C. E., '73. Wright, A. H., '83, Ziegler, P., '72, iz Honorary. '7 '75- LITERAR C693 4 I J 1 4 1 1 Q 1 i I 3 1 ii -s ,i I 1 if '4 : THE LIBRARY. LIBRARY COMMITTEE. THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE. CHARLES HOADLY, LL.D., ' PROF. SAMUEL HART. ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN. I URIEL HEBER SPENCER, ,QO. Q Q FRANK MARSHALL BARBER, '91. A CHARLES NORMAN SHEPARD, '91. ' LIBRARY HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday IIAM to12M 2to23oand33oto 5PM Fflday 2 to 5 P M Saturday IO A M to 1 P M 72 I ' V 0 -A -, . a rv 9' 1 9 Q , ..4.. , , r . ' ' C 5 ' , 4 16 I A y - I . - ' if TRINITY L coLLEcE READING-ROCM. : MANAGING COMMITTEE. Prof. S. F. LUTHER, ' G. N. .HAML1N, YV. C. Hicks, C. H. YOUNG. Periodicals Taken. New York Tribune. New York Herald. New York Sun. Boston Herald. Hartford Courant. Hartford Times. Hartford Post. Springfield Republican Harpers Weekly Life Scientific American Churchman Living Church London Punch London Times N Y Evening Post The Critic Popular Science Quarterly journal of Economics ournal of American Polk lore Atlantic Monthly Nineteenth Century Harpers Mao azine 74 Century. Magazine. North .American Review. Contemporary Review. C English Historical Review. Popular Science Monthly. The Sidereal Messenger. The New Review. 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ISZL Cozmczllor WNI C HICKS R F WOFFENDEN .ed Cozmczllor REGINALD PEARCE S H OBE T56 Ck7'07ZZ6Z6 fMODth1yD W L FRENCH Edltgr 76 l S ,U h , - If 'I I 3 L . . 3 . - , filfrs ' . ,Hint ' . 1'l:Zii5 I ' ' I III I I Y E I - . 1 'Vi 1 V ' I - . Illini r - - - '- I ' 55145 L' C 7 I ' A 1433 V 9 - if afis ,: ' 5 lfT.:lQ 5 - - WH . . I ' ., , ma' .- iffile 'W , 1 ' 1 F .ffrlr M R - N I urea. , ' ' I I A ' alia ,J ' ST.. PAUIJS GUILD. FOUNIDED IN 1890 WITH THE FOLLOWING -CDFFICERS2 - Pffeszkienf, . C. S. GRISWOLD, '90, Vzke-Preszkienl, . A. T. GESNEE, ,QO. .S'ec7'ez'cz7fy and Treczsmfefq. W. C. HICICS, JR., '91. Cozmfil, The Officers and DI. S. LITTELL, '90, A QC. H. YOUNG, '91, The Object Of this Society is tO deepen the religious life Of the students. OFFICERS FOR CHRISTMAS TERM. I Pffeszkienf, . T. P. THURSION, '91, Vzke-Preszkieni, . W. C. HICIQS,-JR., '91 Secretary and Treasurer, GORDON HALL, ,Q2. Cozmkil, The Officers and . C.. H. YOUNG, '91, OFFICERS FOR TRINITY TERIVI. I Pffkyzkienl, , W. 'HICKS,4 JR., ,QI Vzke-Pregzkienf, . . I. W.- HUGHES, '91. Secremffy ami Tffeczswfefq. F. B. COLE, ,Q3. . C'0unfz'Z, The Officers and . 'R. F. HUMPHRIES, '92 Meetings held On alternate Tuesday evenings, at 7 O'clOck, in the Latin room w Wmdlahthesudmnsofdw dMqm meinwwd . C785 r I I. . -I. , x - ., A' '1 . 1, w 1' E H TRI ITYCOLLEGE MISSIGNARY SOCIETY Preszkieni, Vzee-Preszkierzi, Seereiczry, Treasurer, Sehzbr Ckezjilezzh, fzmzbr Chezflczzbz, Preszkieni, Vzee-Presikieni, Seereiary, Treasurer, .Senzbr Chqzplezzez, fzmzbr Chezplezzh, KK FOUNDED 1832. Pro Chrzlvio-eZ .EeeZesz'a." X ' Christmas Term, 1890. CHAS. H. YOUNG, '91, WM. C. HICKS, '91, ROMILLY F. HUMPHRIES, ?Q2. CI-IAS. N. SHEPARD, ,QI. ARev. T. R. PYNCHON, D.D., '41 Rev. SAMUEL HART, D.D., '66 Trinity Term, 1891. C795 WM. C. HICKS, '91. CHAS. H. YOUNG, 791. CHAS. N. SHEPARD, '91. I. W. HUGHES, '91. Rev. T. R. PYNCHON, D.D., '41 Rev. SAMUEL HART, D.D., '66 ' r TRI ITY COLLEGE PRESS CLUB Its objects shall be: co-operation and union for effective Work, to see that news notes con cerning the college are sent promptly and regularly to prominent local and othei newspapers to supplv any paper with a competent college correspondent, and, in short, to see that the in terests of the college, in this direction, are properly cared for.-CONSTITUTION, ART 1 SEC 2 Preszdem' . . CHAS. A. JOHNSON, Q2 Secrefaffy and Treasmfeff, WM. F. COLLINS, Q3 EXECUTIVE COIVIIVIITTEE. The Pffeszdeni, . . . C. C. BARTON, '93 The Sewfefczry and Trfczsmfeff, R. P. BATES, '93, A Graves, '91. Pedersen, '91. Kingsbury, '91, Crabtree, ,Q2. Kidder, ,Q2. Sibley, ,Q2. Hubbard, jr., '92 McConil'1e, 392. Orton, ,Q2. Gordon Hall, ,Q2. johnson, 'Q2. Barton, ,Q3. Bates, '93. Allen, ,Q3. Collins, ,Q3. D. Willson, ' Smith, 794. Schiitz, ,Q4. Weed, 294. Edgerton, 7Q4 I. . 'fl I 1 .Bi V r L s E F K d Jglff' fi fx N f r77'd ff E jj ffywf INV 1 N X 1- fda? 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Appleton, .B.Al, .7 F . . . ., , ,, X . . ,, . ., L W. A. Bibb, Hon. R. F. Bixby, M.A., W. C. Blackmer, B.A., D. M. Bohlen, M.A., J. M. Brainard, M.A., J. E. Brandegee, B.A., LL. S. D. Brewer, B.A., A. K. Brocklesby, M.A., . W. Bryan, B.A., P. S. Bryant, M.A., W. E. A. Bulkeley, B.A., E. Burton, B.A., FU I. B. Buxton, B.A., J. C. Buxton, B. M. Carter, M.A., G. C. Carter, B.A., H. Carter, M.A., R. Carter, M.A., Rev. W. M. Chapin, B.A., W. V. Chapin, M.A., S. L. Cheritree, B.A, i'G. S. Chipman, B.A., M. Clark, Codman, M.A., H. Coleman, B.A., FO WP? G. P. Coleman, B.A., G. L. Cooke, M.A., LL.B., G. J. Coe, B.A., A M K. Coster, B.A., S. 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., . PFA. Dyer, M.A., R. C. Eastman, B.A., W. N. Elbert, M.A., I. P. Elton, B.S., G. E. Elwell, M.A., R. G. Erwin, B.A., J. B. Erwin, B.A., B., Rev. C. W. Freeland, B.A., Rev. C. H. Gardner, B.D., J. W. Gray, C. S. Griswold, B.A., L.B., RETIRED DEMONS. W. C. Hagar, F. E. Haight, B.A., A. C. Hall, B.A., F. A. DeP. Hall, B.S., C. Hamlin, B.A., Rev. Alfred Harding, B.A., G. E. B. Hazlehurst, F. Henderson, M.A., S. Hendrie, B.A., S. .H. Hewlett, A 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 J. R. R. G. S. . Huntington, B.A., M.D., NV. Huntington, B.A., S. Huske, F H. Hutchins, B.A., Ingersoll, B.A., LL.B., Jarvis, jr., B.A., Kane, M A, LL.B., P. F. G. . . tG. Kneeland, B.A., ' C. M. Kurtz, B.A., J. E. Kurtz, B.A., M.D., E. B. Leaf, F. T. Lincoln, M.A., M.D., Rev. G. W. Lincoln, B.A., J S , Psgffwmemwwmww . . Littell, BA. B. Loomis, B.A., Optimus, C. Loveridge, B.A., I. Lyman, B.A., S. Martindale, B.A., T. Macauley, B.A., H. McCollough, B.A., G. McCough, B.A., McLean, M.A., Miller, B.A., LL.B., T. Miller, M.A.,- S. Mitchell, B.A., S. Moody, D Morgan, B.A., M.D., iS. Murray, jr., M.A., -LL.B., Murray, B.S. R. Rev. R. H. Nelson, M.A., E. P. Newton, B.A., tR. Noriieet, jr., P. Padgett, M.A., 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., C. ,F. ROYAL BENGAL HIPPOGRIFF, CAT A MOUNTAIN GRYPHONIC EGG-sUcKi:R, H. Remington, B.A., W. Richardson, M.A., ARCH FIENDS. ' RE1TIRI.NG bE1v1'oNs'. VVm. H. McCulloch, T. P. Thurston, J. B. Burnham, W. H. Coster, E. R. Lampson, J. F. Plumb DEVLINGS. jxmvs, Krtsz, Hrpynx, Xnsx, Qrrtsmg, tDeceased. C835 F. Roosevelt, M.A., Prof. L. W. Richardson, M.A., Optimus, W F. G. Russell, B.A., H. V. Rutherford, B.A., Rev. W. D., Sartwelle, M.A., H. Schtitz, B.S., F' C. D. Scuclder, B.A,, M.D., E. M. Scudder, B.A., B.S., LL.B., F. Sennett, B.A., C. Sheldon, jr., B.A., M. Shepherd, - M. Sherman, B.A., M.D., . L. Shropshire, Rev. E. F. Small, B.A., J. H. Smith, P. Smith, B.A., Benj. Stark, jr., B.A., T. W. Stedman, Rev M Stone, MA Rev S Stone BA -I R Strong, B A A R Stuart, BA W. C. Stuart, E.. P. Swenson, S. A. Swenson, H. R. Thompson, B. ., N. D. Thorne, R. Thorne, M.A., Lieut. C. A. L. Totten, U. S. A., G. T. Stewart, B.A., M.D., W. S. J. Stewart, B.A., - a In . , o 'o,., . . . ., A SWF ' Z 427753 2-D5 . :DM-3' 3433 v-:Sig 'REU S' 2. rfwp. ww? P S. Van Zile, M.A., C. Warner, B.A., G. S. Waters, B.S., Rev. L. Waterman, M.A., Optimus, S. N. Watson, M.A., E. B. Vifatts, M.A., Rev. P. H. Whaley, B.A., F. W. Whitlock, B.A., F. L. VVilcox, 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. Wood, B.A., LL.B., Rev. C. E. Woodman, B.A., Ph.D., A. H. Wright, B.A., ' A. M. Young, M.A. ' P. F. M. L. W. C. H. R. G. W. O. R. P. B. B. B. . B. W. T. F. O. P. L. W. G. Wright, G. H. Wright, , V. C. Pedersen. Zmppvx, Blmy. A 'F rt :ir W n U U B. R l tl 1 I i I . GRAND TRIBUNAL. e Hwwm . . X , .. . W ul m -K m m ,ms,QQ"""'QffQs:sw'fffwQ!" l - "4f fl M A ' f , my -' . ' WMMWINW If xg 1840. 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R. ooATEs, Lehigh. A Sewfefaffy, J. 1. K. HACKETT, College of the City of New York.- Tffeaszmfeff, E. A. UCAROLAN, Cornell. - A Exe.czzz'zbfe Cofmfzzfiee. A , E. C. MOEN, Harvard. ' 'j. N. EMLEY, College of City of New York. H, CHENEY, Yale, E. C. BAILEY,.Cornell. The 'Sixteenth Annual Convention was held at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, . February 28, I8QI.v I ' ' MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION Amherst Columbia Cornell Harvard Hobart Lafayette Lehigh College of the City of New York Princeton Rutgers Stevens St johns Swathmore Trinity University of Michigan University of Pennsylvania University of Vermont Union Williams Yale and New York University The Annual Field Meeting for 1891 will be held at Berkeley Oval New York 88 . I I N f . I 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 U l ' , ' O I 7 7 7 ' 7 ' y 7 3' ! 7 y y 7 7 ' , , . . I .131 5 f Y J 5 ulllsti uf' H 5 l l I Q 1 Vg 5 'I 1 I I ,iff l if GP 3 I 7,5 f I' di .. fi 1 Y F . THE NEW ENGLAND . INTER-COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC H ASSOCIATION. OFFICERS. Prefzkiefzi, C. O. WELLS, Amherst. E EPS! Vzke-Pffeszkiefzf, E. A. BARROWS, Brown Semfza' Vzbe-Preszkienf, T. P. THURSTON, Trinity. Semfefaffy, H. L. DADMUN, Worcester. H Tffeasarwf, W. E. HOYT, Williams E.K66Z!fZ7U6 C'017z7izz'z'z'ee. THE PRESIDENT oE THE N. E. I.-C. A. A. WILLIAM CLELLAND, Amherst. G. C. MARTIN, University of Vermont F. G. EASTON, M. SHURTLEFF, GORDON HALL, Brown. E. VV. MoRE, Wesleyan. Dartmouthq I. C. ROGERSON, Williams. Trinity. H. M. SOUTHGATE, Worcester. Gram! Marshal, H. M. SOUTHGATE, Worcester. MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. Amherst, Brown, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Dartmouth, Wesleyan, Williams The Efih University of Vermont, and Trinity. ' Amzzzal fabla' Meeizhg will be ada' za Spffzazgfielaf Wednesday May 27Z'a, 1891. I2 . C895 ,THE NEW ENGLAND .INTER-OOLLEOIATE ATHLETIC ASSCCIATICN. O FOURTH ANNUAL FIELD MEETING, MAY 28, I8QO, AT WORCESTER, MASS. EVENTS. WINNERS. 440 Yards Dash, git' ?ZICfi1J1iICK' TWOAE. RUE, -33259 Ioo Yards Dash, SVZEQXMS, One-mile Run, 'v XYXIEIQS' One-mile Walk, gilt' EEEEG' U IEE, SQEIEEEIE, 220 Yards Dash, if gvigifggs' Qrst, JACKSON: 880 Yards Run, Md, HUTCHINS, 120 Yards Hurdle, Eat, IIQKQSEIEON' 220 Yards Hurdle, LDAELSTEN, Standing High jump, EESK' 1 . A . st, B ' ,A Running High jump, id, Fiisggs Throwing Hammer, 3 A Standing Broad jump, Eat' Pole Vg.u1I,i . -S Ist, ALEXANDER, Puttmg Shot' - Q2d, I'IOUGHTON, Running Broad jump EE' I1?I?JgI??1QEYS, , -S Ist WILLIAMS, rug of War' 'Q2d, EDARTMOUTH. . I C905 COLLEGES. Amheffsi, Amkeffsf, Affzfzersf, Wz'ZZz'a1ns, Amhwersf, Dariffzozzih Afffzlzeffsi, W z'Z Z mms, Amhersf, Afnhersf, Amkeffsi, Amheffsi, ' D6l7'f77ZOZ!llh Worfesfer, Amhersi, Tffzkzzfy, Amheffsf, Wesleyan, Dczrimazzik Wesleyafz, W z'Z Z zkmzs, Wofaesfef, Brown, Wz'ZZz'a17zs, Darifvzozztk, Dczfffmozztiz I7Vz'ZZz'ams, Tffzkzzky, Affzhersf, Brown, Amkersf, Amheffsf, Dczrffizoziifz Dariffzozziiz 7 'RECORDS. ,Min. Sec. 52 2 . 52 4 IO 23 3 IO 43 IO 2 4 35 4 7 22. 7. . I4 2 ' 232 2 8 I I7 I I8 28 Ft. In. 5' I I 4 9 5 5 5 V 5 83 IO 82 5 IO , 4 I 9 3 9 3 34 ' 3 I 34 I I 20 2 20 I . 1 ' , ' ,R A , - EVENT. 100 Yards Dash, 220. Yards Dash, 440 Yards Dash, One-half-mile Run, One-mile Run, TWO-mile Run, 120 Yards Hurdle, 220 Yards Hurdle, One-mile Walk, Two-mile Bicycle, Running High jump, Standing High jump, Running Broad jump, Standing Broad jump, Throwing 16 lb. Hammer, Putting 16 lb. Shot, Pole Yault, THE NEW ENGLAND INTER-coLLEc1A1E ATHLETIC ASSoc1A11oN. RECORDS. RECORD. NAME. ' IO 2-5 s., Raley, 23 2-5 s., Williams, 52 1-5 S., Rowe, 2 rn. 3 2-5 S., fRrescotL 4"m. 35 4-5 S., Wells, IO m. 23 3-5 S., Wells, I7 I-2 S., Ludington, 28 S., Ide, 7 m. 22 S., Gregg, 6 m. 51 S., Delabarre, 5 ft. 6 in., Amadon, 5 ft. 12 in., Cook, 20 ft. 3 in. Humphreys, IO ft. 55 in., Crook, 83 ft. .IO in., Abbott, 35 ft. 3 in., Houghton, 9 ft. 7 in., .Warriner, Meetings at Hartford, May 27, 1887, at Worcester, coLLEoE. DATE. Amherst, May 28 Dartmouth May 28 Dartmouth May 23 Dartmouth, May 27 Amherst, May 28 Amherst, May 28 Amherst, May 28 Dartmouth May 28 Amherst, May 28 Amherst, -May 24 Williams, May 23 Williams, May 28 Dartmouth May 23 Williams, May 24 Dartmouth, May 28 Amherst, May 24 Amherst, May 24 1890 1890 1889 1887 1890 1890 ISQO I8QO ISQO 1888 1889 I8QO 1889 1888 1890 I8QO 1888 May 24, 1888, at Worcester May 23, 1889, and at Worcester, May 28, 'I8QO. 915 l e J H TRINITY CCLLECE ATHLETIC 0 ASSCCIATICN. Inter-Collegiate Athletic Team. 1 890. A u Captain-R. H. HUTCITIINS Runners-W. E. A. BULKELEY, ' 0, I'IU'l'Cl-IINS, ' 0, LAMPSON, ' 1, MCCOOK, " 0 " 9 GRAVES, '92, NILES, '93, ALLEN, 'Q3. I ' ,jumpers-E. B. BULKELEY, '90, A. T. GESNER, 790. Hzzrfiley and ffammeff-F. R. HOISINGTON, '91. - Captain for ISQI-E. R. LAMPSON, JR., '91. I Camizkiaies-H01s1NGT0N, '91, A. C. GRAVES, '91, BURNHAM, '91, I-I. S. GRAVES '92, CRABTREE, '92, IOBE, '93, ALLEN, '93, LEWIS, '93, MORRIS, '93, CARTER, '94 STRONG, '94, SMITH, '94, ELLIS, ,Q4, GREENLEY, 7Q4, GALLUP, '94, BELDEN, '94 Q2 C I I r 1 GRADUATE ATHLETIC coMM1TTEE. ' Chairman. PROFQ F. S. LUTHER.. Secretary .anoi Treasurer. N OT ELECTED. ' - Membership of Committee as ,Elected March 15, 1891. A PROF. F. S. LUTHER, term expires in 1893. PERCY S. BRYANT, 770, term expires 1892. F. NIORGAN, term expires 1894. X 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 a1S0 have power to demand the resignation of any athletic officer Who, in their judgment, is incompetent to fulhll the duties of his position. C947 , UNDERGRADUATE ATHLETIC COMMITTE E. Chairman. PRESIDENT T. C. A. A. Secretary. WILLIAM C. HILL, ,Q3. Members. . T. P. THURSTON, '91, President of the Athletic Association. E. R. LAMPSON, IR., '91, ,Captain of. the Track Athletic Team, and Manager of A the Foot-ball Team. ' I VVM. I-I. McCULLocH, JQI, Manager of the Base-ball Team. I-I. S. GRAVES, '92, Captain of the Base-ball Teamj WM.- C. I-IILL, '93, Captain of the Foot-ball Team. I I-IE duties of the Committee are to elect the Graduate Athletic Committee Qsuch election to be ratified by the Collegej, to consult the Graduate Com! mittee 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. C955 ' TRINITY CGLLEGE ATHLETIC, ASSCJCIATION. ELEVENTH ANNUAL FIELD NIEETING, MAY I6TH, 1890, AT CHARTER QAK PARK .lll1- IOO Yards Dash. Ist-H. S. GRAVES, '92, IOM sec. '2d-W-. E. A. BULKELEY, '90. Running Broad Jump. 1st-A. T. GESNER, ,QO, I7 feet 85 in. 2d.-L. D. PEUGNET, ,Q3. 4 , 220 Yards Hurdle. . ISt-W. E. A. BULKELEY, ,QO, 285 see. 2d-F. R. HOISINGTON, 791. Putting the Shot, 16 Pounds. 1st-C. H. YOUNG, '91, 31 feet 5 in. 2d-F. R. HOISINGTON, '91, 44-O Yards Dash. 1st-E. MCC00K, '90, 555 see. 2d-W. P. NILES, ,Q3. ' q Standing Broad Jump. Ist-A. T. GESNER, ,QO, 9 feet 9 in. 2d-E. B. BULKELEY, ,QO. One Mile Run. 1st-I. B. BURNHAM, '91, 4 m. 585 Sec. 2d-C. C. BARTON, ,Q3. Throwing I6 lb. Hammer. 1st-F. R. HOISINGTON, '91, 77 feet 35 in. 2d-C. H. TALCOTT, '91. , Half Mile Run. ' 1st-R. H. HUTCHINS, '90, 2 m. 85 sec. 2d-E. R. LAMPSON, JR., 91. ' Standing High Jump. . Ist-E. B. BULKELEY, '90, 4.feet 75 in. 2d-A. T. GESNER, '90, C965 wi Q20 Yards Dash. 'L Ist-W. E. BULKELEY, ,QO, 242 see. 2d-E. MCCO0K, '90. Running High Jump. ' Ist-E. B. BULKELEY, ,QO, 4 feet IO in. 2d-W. P. NILES, ,Q3. Two Mile Run., Ist-E. S. ALLEN, '93, IO'1'1fl. 505 sec. 2d-C. A. LEWIS, ,Q3. . 120 Yards Hurdle. Ist-W. E. A. BULKELEY, ,QO, 20M sec. xzd-F. R. IIOISINGTON,',QI. RECORDS BROKEN. 220 Yawis Hznrrile-W. E. A. BULKELEY,x '90, 282 sec. One Zlfzie Run-J. B. BURNHAM, '90, 4 m. 58g sec. Throwzbzg 16 Ib. Hd77Z77Z87-F. R. H01s1NGT0N, '91, 77 feet 35 in. Hay Mz'!e Ruiz-R. H. HUTCHINS, 790, 2 m. 82 sec. Two Mz'!e Rzm-E. S. ALLEN, '93, IO m. 50M sec. su1vuviARv. , 3 P ! 7 VVinners. Seconds. . Records Broken. 90, Q 4 A 2 91, 3 5 2 92 i -I O 0 93, I 5 1 REFEREE-PROF. F. S. LUTHER. JUDGES-PROP J. J. MCc00K, MR. R. H. BSCHUTZ. STARTER-MR. T. A. CONOVER. TIMERS-MR. IGI-IN MELROSE, MR. STEPHEN DALY. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS-T. P. THURSTON, '91, R. H. HUTCHINS, '90 I3 C973 I WINTER MEETING TRINITY CGIQLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIGN. Tuesday, April 7, 1891. 9 Standing High Jump. 1St-STRONG, ,Q4, 4 feet 6 in. 2d--HUBBELL, 4 feet 4 in. . Parallel Bars. Best Exhibition for Challenge Cup, MILLER, 7Q2. ' Running High Jump. 1St-NILES, ,Q3, 5 feet 2 in. 2d-STRONG, ,Q4, 5 feet 2 in. Sparring. l WOFFENDEN, '93, f ELLIS, ,Q4. ' Rope Climbing. 3 1St-LEWIS, ,Q3, 9M SGC. 2d-JOBE, ,Q3, :Io SGC. High Kick. 1st-HUBBELL, 7 feet my in. 2d-GREENLEY. Horizontal Bar. ' , MCCULLOCH, '91, ALLING, 7Q2. G. HALL, ,Q2. 1. LEWIS, 7Q3. C, LEWIS, '93, DEAN, '93. HUBBELL, ,Q3. - ' Vaulting. I ISt-MILLER, ,Q2, 6 feet 7M in. 2d-HUBBELL, ,93. 20 Yards Dash. . IS11-GRAVES, ,Q2, 2 2-5 SSC. 2d-DINGWALL, ,94. Potato Race. ISlZ-LEWIS, '93, 2d-HILL, ,Q3. X Tumbling. MCCULLOCH, '91, ALLING, ,Q2. G. HALL, '92, C. LEWIS, '93. K. HUBBARD, '92, GREENLEY, ,Q4. WEEKS, ,Q3. J. LEWIS, '93, STRONG, '94. Obstacle Race. . HILL, Q3 The McCrackan Cup, for the best all round athlete, Was Won by HUBBELL, Q3 Holder of the McCrackan Cup for I8QO J R BACON, 9 GENERAL MANAGER E K HUBBARD REFEREE PROF J J' MCCOOK JUDGES F W DAVIS and E MCP MCCOOK STARTER C H YOUNG, QI TIMER STEPHEN DALY H SCUDDER, QI E R LAMPSON JR, 91, G HALL Q2 98 7 . . ' 2. ' ' - . . , JR. I COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS-T. P. THURSTON, ,QI, Chairman. C. H. YOUNG, '91, . ' 5 . . , ,. ' ' . ,' . - I I I , I Ji 4151 Q4 418' .ns 14 que.. .ufmsunp-sunny-. TRI ITY THLETIC RECGRDS. EVENT. 3 RECORD. NAME. DATE. 100 yard di2lS1'l. IO 2-5 S. W. R. Sedgwick, '84. June 2, 1883. 220 yard dash. Q23 1-5 S. W. E. A. Bulkeley, ,QO. May 22, 1889. 440 yard lclash. 52 3-5 s. E. MCP. McCook, ,QO. 1889. 2 mile run. 2 m. 82 S. R. H. Hutchins, '90. May 16, 1890. 1 mile run. 4 mr. 582 s. F J. B. Burnham, 7QI. May 16, 1890. 2 mile T1111. IO In. 5023 S. E. S. Allen, '93. ' May 16,5 1890. 220 yard hurdle. 282 S. w. E. A. Bulkeley, '90, May 10, 1890. 120 yard hurdle. IQ S. 4 F. R. Hoisington, '91, 1889. V 3-legged race CIOC yardsj. I3 I-L3 s. ' g3H1jt,'9f9' and May 16, 1887. 1 mile walk. 8 m. 16 s. ' E. B. Hatch, '86.. june 2, 1883. ' 2 mile walk. 20 m. IO s. R. Barclay, '82. june 5, 1879. Running high jump. 5 ft. 22 in. R. H. Nelson, A'8o. june 3, 1880. Standing high jump. 4 ft. 82 in. E. B. Bulkeley, ,QO. March 19, 1889. 'Running broad jump. 20 ft. II in. R. M. Campbell, '78, May 25, 1878. Standing broad jump. IO ft. 12 in. A. T. Gesner, ,QO. 1890. Pole vault. 9 ft. 7 in. J. VV. Shannon, '87. 1888. Bar vauit. 011. 8111. o. Applegate, J1.,'87. April 0, 1885. Throwing 16 lb. hammer. 77 ft. 32 in - R. Hoisington, '91. May 16, 1.890- Putting 16 lb. shot. 34 ft. 22 in. E. D. Appleton, ,8o. june 3, 1880. Hop, skip, and jump. 38 ft. IO in. F. E. Johnson, '84. May 30, 1884. Throwing base-ball. 365 ft. 4 in. W. R. Sedgwick, '84. Oct. 2I, 1882, High kick. 8 ft. 52 in. L. D. Peugnet, '93. March 25, 1890 99 TRI ITY CGLLEGE FUGT-BALL ELEVE f . ,, . .-Q9 -'45 .i 44' ' ' 21':i:::::::::::z ..... , ........ , f 1 .Evil I . ,. . ,,.1 W ' " H153-Y ' gf 5 . 'P - QZIQ Q ' . f:.f::.:w'f:c-S.. , '--......,,,, fe?:'gGEE1F?0f--- ...rfb - 1-- by -:-1,-.N :- ":x.-- TI'f'. .- 'KG - Eli' ' .:fE:: "'-jf :a - - N 52 ffjg -,+- an -' X '- -2- R. -1""" iq' - -iff 1.5.5 "- - ------ --- ..- 4-........ Ss... 21, "' '-in Mfr NEP X Q, 31: sri ' I L' ' .11 9 ' . . ,R 1- . x I.: , 3 E I A-1'15,!l7f1 ty . 635 'F -. :,u.,,:,...,. .- -- ...ff , . 1:51452 .IH-M I .I YA . M:-:!',1g,, ,JI gif' - - X'.1,,.1 , f 'I' -' will' ' '-. '- 'K , 1 ' 'I 1.. ' U' 'fag-'-E 9-1 J.. ,' . .ff -. . firm fader' . f,-17,1 x J, r -1:l'..'f: Q? . f.!l2ml'i 9 A iifiz-...M f '. A. 2 I . -f ' V'- D iv! X. ."+-., , 'TVN' i H , ' A 4' .Mg-,XJR fb '-.4 . ', fm?-.,, 1.v""' H44 . Wa' ' " vrvi- - " -' .wif fin-?':.e1 ' If, ., V .:',,:,,.- z3.'1"'-- ...L .5 . fra . Q ' , Y ..- .,- v.,,.- I l- ..... fr3w"1'. ., -. 5 -- -1- ' X g.:. .-...14.I. . ' .1 ff 'I aw K, X. -A XM Zim. X N iii DIRECTORS. EDWARD R. LAMPSON, -IR., '91, Manager. FREDERICK B. FULLER, '92, Treasurer. L. D. HUBBARD, Q3 Captain. THEODORE PAYNE THURS1'ON, '9I. ' . Rushers. ALLEN, " ' K. HUBBARD, ' 2' STRONG, ' ' HAR'FLEY, ' 3, HOISINGTON, '91, HUBBARD, 7 7 7 '93, VVOFFENDEN, '93. ' Quarter-Back. Half-Backs. Full-Back 'WEERs, '93. THURSTON, '91, HILL, ,Q3. H. GRAVES, '92 Substitutes. YOUNG, '9Ig,GORDON HALL, '92, MORRIS, '93, HUBBELL, '93, G. WII.SON, Captain for 1891. WILLIAM C. HILL. fIOOD '." 1' - V - . , , , .,-nl , :V D V, Hb" 51 7 N: W WWW" "M" W v Xu 4 ' "' - . - W -M ,-+ w.g.eg.,Q1-f,w1.,, y,,,,,',WA M N b D ' ' +4 -sw 19 Q-5' f u 5 J 21' W 3 p 2 690 - A :ay-43-x: 14 - xxn P WF' W 0 is 565 'su' 52 W vs 9 w QE H 5 351 M ,EF H gw H . M -uoq, sd L11-erl fmt 'UO 1 Us R HH ' 1? -ififgl 5 l-fi.,f4' HL 111.31 'QfQfQ:...'717f'77 .-7315 5 "-117'--D' ---T-Q:-F-iii -1, - Vw V Q L-rx' 9:-tw-it WK! Y' g-1 'Y Y J-:I-gg EV 44 'VW M V V WY H ' , l . R l A . R. H. Vifoffenden. E. S. Allen. G. Hall. E. R. Lampson, Mgr. A. VV. Strong. F. B. Hubbell. B. XV. Morris G. D. Hartley. C. H. Young. T. P. Thurston. F. R. Hoisingftcm. E. K. Hubbard, jr. I L. deli. Hubbard. R. D. Vxfeeks. H. S. Graves. VV. C. Hill. 5 4144 .r ' WI:-:.', L .--Mr -- '4 I 4 L1 v, . 5- if 9, v S 1? r rt! ,,. ff 1 a if f ii v 1: 1 4 SEASON or 1398. SCHEDULE OF GAMES. At Amherst, September 27, Trinity, 30, Amherst Aggies, o. At Middletown, October 4, Trinity, 5, Wesleyan, 12. 1 October II, Wesleyan forfeited to Trinity. At Hartford, October 15, Trinity, og Yale, 4o. At Amherst, October 18, Trinity, TI, Amherst, 12. At 'Williamstown, October 25, Trinity, og Williams, 28. Hartford, Hartford, Hartford, October 29, Trinity, og Amherst, o. November 4, Trinity, og Cornell, 26. November 8, Trinity, 20, Brown, 16. T.RINITY'S FOOT-BALL RECORD. OLLOWING is a record of the history of Trinity in foot-ball from 1878 to 1890. Last season's games are also appended: Yale, Amherst, Harvard, Vlfesleyan, Columbia, Vlfilliams, Stevens, Lafayette, Amherst Aggies, . Boston Tech., Dartmouth, . Worcester Tech., . St. john's, . . Vermont University, University of Rochester, . 1 GAMES woN FROM GAMES Losr TO . -1 . . U o Yale, . . l . Q. 2 Amherst, . o ..Harvard, 1 Wesleyan, 1 Columbia, . o -Williams, 3 Stevens, o Lafayette, . Q 2 Amherst Aggies, . o Boston Tech., 'o Dartmouth, . 1 Worcester Tech., . 1 St. Iohn's, . . 1 Vermont University, University of Rochester Q 1o1 Q Q2 FOCT-BALL TEAM. 1 4 , . I . A 1 figs fi ' .. ,'-. .g- D!! is 4 I 45 ,2 XX fir + L ' , . Q, ' , f ! If f E 'lf 1 vs h f mz., At' I T N A I 2 X - XJ - IN Sl' Ik. Emu 17' f R.-4, - ' - ---'x' ' , 5' 9 l 'N I ' S ' - - -A4-Inf' 1 4' I X ' I ' NA X mf' - ' A QR +I ' f ' I I I I I A A I '2 1 . ff ' EVER A I. . . .- .T u ff 11 .X A . 1-I X N f ' '- fu A fi . f f H .- , . fJ -'X -L 1 afivfgffi ff n Y ., A!z.,: f,F. Q A. + - 'AH ' ' I f!-,BL . fffQ59iif4-,.-L ?fE5iff 5525 HT ' 41,-'Cf "' ALS -fi ' .1 ig ' C E fffgi- - ' ' HARMON S. GRAVES, Cczpiazh. ' ' . Ruskeffs, TROWBRIDGE, MILLER, HUBBARD, HALL, HUMPHRIES, FULLER, C. HALL. , Quaffer-Bank, SALTUS. Hay-Backs, MALLORY, ORTON. A Fu!!-Back, GRAVES. '91 FOOT-BALL TEAM. ' FREDERICK R. HOISINGTON, Cczpiam. .Rzzshe1fs, SCUDDER, GRAVES, BURNHAM, COSTER, I'IOISING'1'ON,tYOUNG, TALCOTT. Qzaarier-Back, LAMPSON. Hay-Backs, FINCH, TIIURSTON. Fu!!-Back, HAMLIN. 'Og FCUT-BALL TEAM. q WILLIAM C. HILL, Capiazh. V Rusheffs, MORRIS, HUBBARD, MUZZY, HARTLEY, C. BOWIE, A.LLEN,Q WOFFENDEN. Quafffer-Back, WEEKS. Hay-Backs, HUBBELL, G. VVILSON. Fu!!-Hawk, HILL. 794 FOOT-BALL TEAM. ALBERT W. STRONG, Capmm. I Rushe1fs,.ELLIs, CARTET, R. GRAVES, JOHNSON, B. PARKER, PRATT, WEED. PADDOCK Fu!! Back EDGERTON Hay-Backs, -STRONG, DINGWELL. Quarfer-Back, . .- , ' QIOZD ,R . Hsu. .mn CDU- H1154 Q' ,BL If J. TRINITY BASE-BALL NINE. . DIRECTORS. W. H. MCCULLOCH, '91, Manager. GORDON HALL, ,Q2. L. A. CARTER, .'93. TEAM FOR 1890. . Captain. 7 R. MCC. BRADY, ,QO. R. MCC. BRADY, '90, 215. 9 W. C. HILL, ,Q3, T. L. CI-IERITREE, '90, IB. T. P. THURSTON, R. L. B. LYNCH, '90, 0.11. R. H. MALLORY, ' H. S. GRAVES, '92, C. R. S. CONNOVER, ' G. N. HAMLIN4, '91, P. A - S.S. L.P. R.F. Subs-Zz'iuZes, PEUGNET, '93, 3B., TURNBULL, '92, s.s., E. A. DINGWALL, '92, If., E. K. HUBBARD, JR., '92, C. GAMES PLAYED April I 5, 1890, Wesleyan vs. Trinity, at " 18, " Columbia 715. Trinity, at " 21, " . Lafayette vs. Trinity, at " 22, " Lehigh vs. Trinity, at " 23, " Uni. of Penn. vs. Trinity, at May 3, , Wesleyan vs. Trinity, at " 9, " Columbia vs. Trinity, at " 23, " Brown fzfs. Trinity, at 24, " "Aggies" vs. Trinity, at 28, " Brown vs. Trinity, at " 31, " Wesleyan 715. Trinity, at june 7, " Lafayette vs. Trinity, at IN 1890. Hartford, - Staten Island Easton, - Bethlehem, Lebanon, Middletown, Hartford, Hartford, Hartford, Providence, Hartford, Hartford, TEAM FOR 1891. Captain. HARMON S. GRAVES. 3-12 I-5 10-5 10-3 I3-4 3-I5 O-5 6-5 5-7 8-o 9-9 6-0 Pzkthevfs, HAMLIN, '91, DINGXVALL, '94, CARTER, ,Q4. Cczirizers, GRAVES, ,Q2. HUBBARD, '92, WEEKS, ,Q3. Cafzdzkiafes for oiizeff jiosifzkms are THURSTON, '91, MALLORY, '92, PAINE, '92, I MCCONIHE, '92, HILL, '93, MONAGHAN, '93, MUZZY, '93, HUBBELL, ,Q3, CHURCHMAN, '93, PELTON, ,QBQ BOYVIE, ,Q3, HARTLEY, ,Q3, CONKLIN, '93, STRONG, 'Q4j ELLIS, '94, EDGERTON, '94, LITTELL, '94. C1035 I ,QI BASE-QBALL NINE., D. VAN SCHAAK, Manager. Capiazh, N. HAMLIN'g G. N. HAMLIN, B., G. H. WRIGHT, C., C. H. TAL- COTT, IB., I. K. HAMILTON, 2B., T. P. THURSTON, s.S.g J. E. PLUMB, 3B.g FINCH, L.If.g W. G. WRIGHT, R.F.Q C. H. YOUNG, OF. 792 BASE-BALL TEAM. Manager. Captain. C. E. TAYLOR. L H. S. 'GRAVES. R. H. MALLORY, S.S. M. S. MCCONIHE, C.F. J. PAINE, zB. I HUBBARD, IR., C. R. S. SALTUS, 3B. E. RANDALL, L.F. A. H. SIBLEY, IB. C. C. TRONVBRIDGE, R.F. H. S. GRAVES, B. v Substitutes. A C. A. JOHNSON and T. MCKEAN, JR. '93 EASE-BALL TEAM. Manager. A Captain. I. W. LEWIS. JAMES CULLEN, P. WILLIAM H. ROUSE, C. LOUIS D. HUBBARD, IB. WILLIAM C. HILL, QB. W. C. HILL. HENRY H. PELTON, S.S. EDWARD W. MUZZY, 3B. CHARLER A. MONAGHAN, GEORGE 'WII.SON, OF. WILLIAM E. CONKLIN, L.F. ' Official scorer. ROBERT C. HAYDEN. 794 EASE-BALL TEAM. A Manager. - Captain. R. P. PARKER. SHIRLEY CARTER. S. CARTER, P. H. R. DINGWALL, S.S. A. W. STRONG, C. J. W. EDGERTON, 3B. G. W. ELLIS, IB. F. WEED, L.F. S. H. LITTELL, zB. R. S. GRAVES, OF. in J. S. SMITH, JR., R.E.. ' fI04P E. B. i. .455 MS ' E ' I ." .. I. V4 :L L. t . 1 E 1 ! 1 A I w N , ,. 1, S l ..' I fr S P7 f, f xi gl '. Q ' ' SK 'HM ' f l'f H ff!ff+fu l l fu'-KL! '55 X x ' I 1 H . up Q1u...,l X ' N - ,X .fff glsEE1g'!Hix lm. , N ' mi' Wg Q he I. L q " 1 f .X x' - . P I-qua A 4 1 2, .f - Ri - sl! 1 ' "W fl Q N ' N- Li . vg I w . NQJ f jmlffq - O V . -J N , J 'O 0 N. . ' XV fl - ' -y L: , , Q . ,QNX,mfx O il ,.:iv, f F QM' M X .il NX .M XA Y, : Q? ai LR A i O G W N V-X' 1 ' N NX' O , 2 XM M X " 'wx l . 2 , ' -- K" 1' A , . ' '- 1' . X ' 'Ula , ,. X 1 I ' 1 , 'H' 'F ,. . A . , Alf X 1 XXX . T -N 55- XI 'xi EHW 1 J 1 1 g k w.XiX11vgrgflwi 3 - F- fi A. 4. " N X XX .Fm . f W n 'E 41 - 'EQ 1 P, RW I . - Q Q , fr'-X R .- ,. - . 4 Us if . -1 b W f fwjf E N W . i - X . Q-yi441s4"fxsf ,n,'?fyligf f 5 2,feQ3'X, 4 W M V --L-XQYQ' I X li f x x x X , , X J, x x -- i x W oQ i ' X -A ' . ' X I AX I f - . ' x x X X L ' XXX " -' I V ,, .. . XX A - x !g"53--K-.-.pf W -' --lit A-eil. . . jiggyggr- -- N-N ' 1x gil ,,.'. gp:,.-.. V -9" f 11 ,p, 'xxx I4 , xx 41057 I is . x 9 E I 1 I4 Z I 1 I ,Q I INTER-COLLEGIATE LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. '. ORGANIZED AT TRINI'lxY COLLEGE, Al'RIL 17, 1883. OFFICERS, ISQO-91. Preszklenf, F., H. HOVEY, Harvard. I Vzee-Preszkiefzf, E. P. MCMULLEN, Columbia. Seerefezry and Treasurer, 1. HOWLAND, Yale. SECOND ANNUAL TOIURNAIVIENT FORINEW CUP. HELD, AT NEW HAVEN, OCTOBER, 1890. . Represefzfeei - Amherst, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton Trinity, Weseyan, WIIIIamS, and vane. SINGLES. - ISt-HOVEY, Harvard, '91, 2d-QI. HOWLANIJ, Yale, '93, DOUBLES. Ist-S. T. CHASE and Q. A. SHAW, Harvard. 2d-A. 1. PARKER and L. PARKER, Yale. OFFICERS, 1889-90. Preszkierzf, O. S. CAMPBELL, Columbia, '9I. Vzee-Preszkieni, Q. A. SHAW, Harvard, '91.. Secretary and Treasurer, R. P. HUNTINGTON, Yale, '91, ' Q 106 Q ' 5 . Du 1 I ' Ei O TRINITY COLLEGE LAWN TENNIS ASSGCIATICDN. I DIRECTORS. WILLIAM G. WRIGHT, '9 . ROLAND MALLORY, ,Q2. E I L. AVERELL CARTER, ,Q3 The Fifteenth Annual Tournament of the Association was heId October, 1890. . Winners. Szhgles-Ist, M. S. MCCONIHE, ,Q2. Runner-up-W. G. WRIGHT, '9I. Doubles-Ist, MCCONIHE, ,Q2, and NLALLORY, ,Q2. RZ!7Z7ZE7S-Zi?-THURSTON, ,QI, and WRIGHT, '91. REPRESENTATIVE AT THE INTER-CQLLEGIATE I TOURNAMENT EOR Iam. ROLAND MALLORY, ,Q2. C1075 WINNERS IN TI-IE. INTER-CCLLEGIATE 'LAWN TENNIS ASSCCIATICN, SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION AT TRINITY COLLEGE, APRIL, 1883. SPRING OF' 1888. FALL FALL, FALL FALL, FALL, FALL, FALL, FALL, 1888 1884 1885 1886 1887. 1888 1889. 188o. Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles, Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Szugles Doubles Ist, zd, Ist 2d, Ist 7 QI. E. CLARK, '83, Harvard. G. L. SARGENT, Yale. CLARK and TAYLOR, '86, Harvard. GARDNER, '84, and HILL, '85, Brown. TAYLOR '86 Harvard. ' 2d,' 'I'HORN, "86, ,Yale IST zd, Ist 2d, Ist 2d, Ist 2d, Ist zd, ISt 2d, Ist 2d, Ist zd, ISt 2d, Ist 2d, Ist, zd, Ist zd, Ist 2d, IST, 2d, Ist 2d, , . 7 PRESBURY, '85, and TAYLOR, '86, Harvard KNAPP, '86, and THORN, '86, Yale. KNAPP, '86, Yale. BRINLEY, '88, Trinity. . IKNAPP, '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 THACHEIK, '87, Yale. BRINLEY, '88, and PADDOCK, '88, Trinity SEARS, '89, Harvard. CAMPBELL, 7QI, Columbia. SEARS, '89, 'and SHAW, '91, Harvard. HALL, '89, and CAMPBELL, ,QI, Columbia SEARS, '89, Harvard. 9 CAMPBELL, ,,QI, Columbia. HALL, I'89, and CAMPBELL, '91, Columbia SEARS, '89, and SHAW, '91, Harvard. HUNTINGTON, ,QI, Yale. ' HOVEY, '90, Brown. CAMPBELL, 791, and WRIGHT, '91, Columbia HUNTINGToN,'91, and HUNTING'1'ON,,QI,Y3l6 HOVEY, '91, Harvard. HOWLAND, '93, Yale. CHASE and SHAW-, Harvard. PARKER and PARKER, Yale. Q.1o8j ,I - , --'94 H ,J A X T. . X kk , f U I .L ' l A , QE fx'- . :Q ' I gf X X 2- , I Q S A ' X I . 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S. SCHLETZ, SHIRLEY CARTER. Q IIO J I --r ,.--,,,vwf.+---f-wow T . 4 'IT i 5 Y fl U E E 1 N PSI UPSILO . WW . TSX Q r f X T 2 61 , . - 1. X , 7-si A . ....... i ":gi3g.. -:'.l.:.:i:'EWW'. 1 . "ares: 53555 ..:.29':' 'EX1 . ' ..I1:.f,-:...""""l":..1'Li1- X 1Y5ffQ522ZfI2if'f3f7 'Fla' Zffl-.ikfl ---- ...,.....Q::..: ,:::'::- ,fj5"',f5:- X 1 xg ' .3 Hi :j255--.--- '..E1?EI.'4fI53f.::f5' E. 53155255 if" fa --. . V ", ' - :::r.. N K N ' , Q- A' J: Z. 15?-sl..-:: W: f rsxv "5 -1+ -Q: , . yi : 'f I 5 Qi T 'W W mei", SX 5, ' :- UI ! sggxbg Xi! r " : Mu XS if 'ff ., wk N -.f U' '5xQf'i6'f" Tj v!Q7 X A 51- nl K' 1 X L'- I bifew' ,dia 5 'u 'KX LH X1 5.x f 1 If lo, 0614- I' -uill +' ,- .. 1 .uf .L Un 14.357 Qt A qi.. x, P ' ' L ' jx -1 7 Ay I l X,-IFS: QS 1101 . + . ff - V' X: '- f .514 M ' :xx 'X '1 ' I 1 Q' ' - 5 I' SW 'f ' ' VTX. ..:::.'L Q. '5i5ZZi5?5fvi +fTKwEE5 'qW.. . 22? , . ,-hg, f-10 ' , L. T . Vu .1 f .5551 . . , ,. w..?24'?,34:' M ,' .. y M 5.--" W? T . 5:55:55 ' . ' Vu-'b"'1af00'o .-.i.'1- iw! 'QL yu- ' ' f::.:: , -T m ,w,W ' ifswm f" X-. 7 1735 1 --' 'USES' O P f T wi g" rf. .R 1 j a fig fgf' " K. L- , Qfrfggegff-.rf-,... ,ff If 3. I f , N,-A 4f"4:3- - Qu: V 5...-e :J VIE: President. R. S. SALTUS. Secretary and Treasurer. W. P. NILES. MEMBERS. W. C. HICKS, IR., G. D. HARTLEY, R. S. SALTUS, W. P. NILES, T. W. GOODRIDGE, H. T. GREENLEY, E. K. HUBBARD, JR., 1. BIRCKHEAD, T. L. ELNVYN, J. W. EDGERTON, B. W. MORRIS, JR., R. L. PADDOCK, H. H. PELTON, F. P. JOHNSON I5 H C1135 HANAOE 5. 6 f -gc-V' , l " . Il '-""' I lVVVVVV'xlVYAIVVVVVVVVVVV17XPxA. , ' -12, 5 2 'f'2 . . Q , -- ,. -E 5+ ,.,,. , K ' .. -A l 555"I ' ' . ,gf 52555 :iusgsss fgllyg 0 2iii:?':2.:: 77252 12255 sf' .If Q w 5 '4'A - 1 I- 5' , 1 """" 5 " ""' . ' 555255.54 . 55 - ' . ni 'fffX 1:f"f-'fX5'1'- I -- X-. A H . . X VM g i-ga'EQ.fWy,f AAMAAAAAg . Iwwwvmz 5. 5 f -RR I'LL??' 'J f--' 55 - Q' '- I I d,LD"'l,.f-f' . LLwH'L1,2f'- - I 4',l I fi ll Q X - ,fg'L,ff .1 - - 1 pf IJ 'V ..f,r4,!f I C CLUB. President. W F. B. COLE. ' Vice-President. 5 Secretary anOl5Treasu1-er. R. F. HUMPHRIES. H. H. PORTER. ' MEMBERS. C. N. SHEPARD, .S. H. JOBE, CQ H. YOUNG, ' W. E. CONKLIN, C. S. PITBLADO, H. H. PORTER, W. S. KINGSBURY, F. B. COLE, Q R. WALKER, H. M. SMITH, F. M. BARBER, F. B. HUBBELL, I. W. HUGHES, W. H. ROUSE, . T. B. SMITH, H. W. BALDWIN, E. F. LAWTON, C. A. MONAGHAN, . S. H. ALLING, , L.. I. BELDEN, V . R. F. HUMPHRIES, F. QD. GALLUP, I IP. B. STAUFI-PER, N. T. PRATT, E. B. DEAN, A. G. MURLLESS. C1145 X i G1-'41 - S' 'P'-+1-,c---Q4-of.lneflU:l Sz 1 p MUSICAL QRGANIZATIQNS ff'XA OF TRINITV CGLLEGE THE TRI ITY GLEE CLUB AND , THE TRI ITY BA JD CLUB. ...,,.. .......i..--i--.- 4 Musical Instructor. PROF. EDWARD L. SUMNER. Pfeszaenf, .DZ?'66f07, Dzkfecior gf Me Banja Club, Manager, Asszlviam' Manager, Officers. EDWARD BRONSON FINCH, '9I. WILLIAM CROSWELL DOANE WILLSON, ,Q3 ROLAND I-IAWLEY MALLORY, ,Q2. CHARLES HERBERT YOUNG, '9I. GEORGE HEWSON WILSON, ,Q3. fII6D ,- ft ..-.no-Q..-..- -.V . I ,,,...,....... ..,.,. .- ,,, ....,,.. .. 1 I' -'E' "1" X fx 1-1. Lf'-J., A ...Q 1, - "wx . K ,. .1 Vs. . A 6 it 1 1 x ' ' . ,' ' , 1 1 I I fb' I ,. f f Z L ' x fx' -.U-, 1 I .ly . U- 1 Xfkl V I. ' , , . ,' llklmf. I J 1 f f ' x , -.4 -- - 1 -.,,-- L.,..-,.,.. ,,,,,.,-L:-.-,...,,-.,1, -g.':'2ifffe1:', ---Zvi-A-Lili' 5 'ua'-1 'fx'--' 45-2 ' ' ' " - an ':""f""""""'- '- '- T-nn.. - 'inn-'gunman .-fern:-'av-v -a-ivw: f 'i wi 4 rv yu 1.5 A S! .D 3, e 'HS H W1 MEMBERS CE THE X ERS! T enors. 1 4 3 1 , I 1 CLEE CLUB. ,-l.....l.il- Second Tenoffs. THOS. MCKEAN, JR., '92 V. C. PEDERSEN, '91, A C. S. PITBLADO, '91, CHARLES JUDD, ,Q3. ' Q S. H. JOBE, '93'. , C. H. TALCOTTV, '9I. S. H. LITTELL, ,Q4. R. L. PADDOCK, '94. H. T. GREENLEY, ,Q4. I A RVSZ Bass. Second Bass. E. B. FINCH, '91. W. C. D. WILLSON, ,Q3. H. S. GRAVES, ,Q2. GORDON HALL, ,Q2. ERNEST RANDALL, ,Q2. REGINALD PEARCE, ,93. P. B. MORRISON, ,Q4. BURTON PARKER, 793. R. P. PARKER, ,Q4. P. R. WESLEY, ,Q4. Double Quartette. A RRS! Tenors. Second T enoffs. f C. S. PITBLADO, '9I. AC. H. TALCOTT, '9I. THOS. MCKEAN, JR., ,Q2. V. C. PEDERSEN, '91. S Fkofsl Boss. .Seeond Bass. . E. B. FINCH, '91, W. C. D. WILLSON, ,Q3. H. S. GRAVES, ,Q2. REGINALD PEARCE, ,93. S College Quartette. A C. S. PITBLADO, . , . Res! Tenor, L' C H. TALCOTT Second Tenor . FIN CH . ' E. B. Y , W. C. D. WILLSON, fi tl 3 ll I ,. K, 1. . X C1175 'Rest Bass. Seeond Bass. Concerts Given in Easz' Ifczroford, December zd. ffczriford QAlumni Hallj, ,December Sth. Bloomfield, December 19th. Taloolivfzlle, january zoth. 1890-91. y Harford Clves Hallj, February 17th. Prowderzoe Qwith Brownj, February 19th. Norihampion, February 21st, WeZhersjio'Zd, March 5th, W zndsor, --. Fozrmzhgion, April 14th. ' Wzkzdsor Locks, May 8th, Harzfjford, April zd. Cizzkoloee, April gth. 4 New Brzhzzkz, --+- 'Hdrzjford Cwith Browuj, May I2l1lf1.' Szldmford, May 22d. Rookville, Waieroury, ---. 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ISt Bass. zd Bass. Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. ISt Bass. 2d Bass. Whistler. DELTA KAPPA EPSILGN QUARTETTE. Conductor, A. CRABTREE, . U . Ist Tenor V. C. PEDERSEN, . zd Tenor. W. H. COSTER, Ist Bass. GORDON HALL, QIZOD 2d Bass. . ALPHA S. H. LITTELL, . P. B. MORRISON, . ERNEST RANDALL, H PAR. WESLEY, C. S. PITBLADO, C. H. TALCOTT, E.- B. FINCH, I. W. HUGHES, THOS. MCKEAN, JR., ERNEST RANDALL, H. S. GRAVES, GORDON HALL, GREENLEY, Yu '5- STODDARD, fl PADDOCK, Ib 4+ 1 LITTELL, fr F. P. JOHNSON, Ea 5- P. B. MORRISON, WESLEY, it '5- PARKER, W 1 I6 DEDRAIWH QUARTETTE 'W QUARTETTE. ?w QUARTETTB 'm.UCTETTE. S. H. LITTELL, Preszkfenf. R. P. PARKER, Dzrfecior. C 121 5 ISt Tenor. 2d Tenor. ISt Bass. zd Bass. Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. ISt Bass. zd Bass. Ist Tenor. zd Tenor. Ist Bass. zdu Bass. Ist Tenors zd Tenors. ISt Basses. zd Basses. Sf H. JOBE, . CHARLES JUDD, REGINALD PEARCE, ,Q3 QUARTETTE. W. C. D. VVILLSON, . I-I., T. GREENLEY, R. L. PADDOCK, g P. B. MORRISON, R. P. PARKER, ,Q4S QUARTETTE. A . 1St Tenor. . 2d Tenor. . ISt Bass. . zd Bass. . Ist Tenor. . 2d Tenor. . 1St.BaSS. 2d Bass. YE SWEET SINGERS OF ISRAEL. W. C. HICKS, IR., T. W. GOODRIDGE,. L. W. ROGERS, E. K. HUBBARD, JR HERBERT PARRISH, T. L. ,ELVVYN, A . - 4 . . . 0 ,Q4 BAN JO CLUB. HOWARD T. GREENLEY, Dzkfeaiwf. Baritono No-go. Growlo Profundo. Solo ConviRfiOSO. ' Alto Altissimo. Falsetto Shrieko. In His Dual Role x, RICHARD S. GRAVES, Manager. A Banjos. . ' H. T. GREENLEY. R. S. GRAVES. F. P. JOHNSON.. D Guitars. O I W. S. SCHIITZ, C, I,'DAVIS, - ' fI22D. PS1 UPSILO QBA JO OLUB. 1 . I, A yrfgrf-' NSSQ -f O fl' ru fix' ,S L, , f 1 1' "' 11 'f2Sms5ESiE!llp. ,ffzjdfvx 1 ' " V , XNSK ,..,L'L 'vfszgsgiltggah NSW. - .eff . .ff NSRXNLI .. ' ' S :Sk ILS? we-' --L --r: K 2 f x'l1Er3.'i2fhEf?22?ff-... ------I--- 1... -I ' f . S qkifimi 51-9:51-.,. . ,J '-' ' sn - -- 5 Z 'QS -lzv-.ir-Tr.. .lm t-lx. Q.. I p ,???-TQ ' V ,Q J? . '21 -:-T,,T--- ., ...-, LRLQJU ..L-. N,Q!!!!bu?,--s.mQYwEFk?,a -:: -.nm "7w' "'w'E" . g-H I "-il -- Qf32If -U Conductor. T. H. YARDLEY. I Banjos. T. H. YARDLEY. F. P. JOHNSON. H. T. GREENLEY. R. S. SALTUS. Guitars. G. D. HAR'l'LEX'. HRRBER'F PARRISH. I. . . TRIO. R. H. IIWALLORY- Banjo. R. S. GRAVES- Banjo. H. S. CANDEE- Gzzzhzff. LPH DELT PHI BA JG CLUB. Conductor. F. B. FULLER. Banjos. HUGH KIDDER. FREDERIC B. FULLER. GEORGE H.. WILSON Guitars. ' L. VINCENT LOCKNVOOD. S. HARRINGTON LITTELL. VVALTER S. SCHHTZ C1233 1 . RCY L EGYPTIAN STRI G OCTETTE. Z ' 9 '29 X Q .,f S Z . bjfglf ' W , y , - X X. I I .3 R I I3 X XX 2 Q ...,. X X. 'X . Q R LX s X X XA . Xxx S j Q X x ' x X' X Q- . S . X . -X N. N S f ORGANIZED A. D. 1879. I HONORARY IVIEIVIBERS. HOFFMAN MILLER. S. B. P. TROVXTBRIDGE. W. H. BOARDMAN. F. M. VERDIILYE H. R. THOMPSON. H. S. 'MARTINDALE. C. A. APPLETON. G. P. INGERSOLL. W. D. MCCRACKAN. C. W. BOWMAN. R. H. NELSON. A. P. BURGWIN. R. E. BURTON. G. H. HILLS. C E. B. VBULKELEY. J. R. BACCN. I Banjos. R. S. SALTUS, '92. I. W. LEWVIS, '93. W. C. D. WILLSON, '93. T. H. YARDLEY, ,Q3 P. P. JOHNSON, '94. P H. T. GIIEENLEY, '94.' Q A Guitar. H. PARRISH, '91, , Mandolins. . '- C H TALCOT1, QI C H YOUNG, QI Freshmen may come and Semors may go 4124? 1 But yet there remains the R. E. S. O. A O l 'farm Tuff-'95 ,fs THE ADIRONDAOK QUARTETTE. ffm L , if LW X X I. -f I fa r If 'Ni A , I ' f 1 I! ' E L V ' if I ff f ff , A f -I X W JE A f ff , up 1597 f if A ll ff X ' l ""u" f '- V x L af. mf '5 2 ffm! Q ff gn QQ -5 V 4 ,-1 .it .fr NMNEWH 1 ' "i' i L5 5 '?f: ' f,p,i75f E f-9 ,S p f vm U' D nf' ff - I i n Q23 xg-S! HX ,- .L3.L!LVfl z , f5vEg,1 if ft Q. mmj, if A t f ,EE .M .uw was ,rl f- 5 A . ET:-QIHUIN -01. Q -o f if A 2' E.-an ff' , A 1 V f---Y 1 T" 'ft' N - Tn , 1 sce a lfa-Af f.-,g35,::.- "E R no'-' -. J Q-,E l"'---Q--'4nEK?4?!TZE!"4Y"!t ' "Elf iv S' L' X I W . ' A 'iii' f-----Tjgx er- X- 1 L-' , Q JI' ,F - ig?" 2-" if-ff f Director. L W. CROSWELL DOANE WILLSON. Manager. I CHARLES HERBER1.' YOUNG. Inks! Tenor, . . COLIN, SCOTT PITBLADO. Second Tenor, . CHARLES HOOKER TALCO1"l'. ' EM! Boss, EDNVARD BRONSON FINCH. Second Bass, . W. CROSWELL DOANE WILLSON. . Concerts will be given at the following resorts: Saratoga, ' Bluff Point, Lake Luzerne, Bolton, I Blue Mountain Lake, Lake Placid, A Raquette Lake, Schroon Lake, V Saranac Lake, Watkins Glen, Paul S1nitl1's, A Lake St. Catherine, And at various other points. 11255 MISCEILA Y. Q 126 J n .A A 0 I . r f .5 I . 4. 'sh ffl 1 v L ' Q Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter THE LEMGN SQUEEZER. W 36013 G nf3'5QiliW Q7Eb' X53 To in tr O . Q ! O . Q I ' 0 Z 19 if X , , f 22 Z2 22 ' 622 9? 26 '57 E W. H. BENJAMIN, 757. Receiver, G. R. HALLAM '59 - - f7z7fenz'a71z wkzm cm! fcwzhzm. G. R. HALLAM, '59. - Receiver, W. S.- COGSWELL Per Asfera ad astra W H WEBSTER 61 Reeewer N B DAYTON N0 Zenfes am' Per ce R F Goonwnx 63 Recewer C W MUNRO Facia non Veffba H G GARDNER 65 Reeewer ROBERT SHAW fI27P I I I I i I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I Presenter, Presenter, Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, 7 7 ' 6 8 A Semper Cffescens. F. L. NORTON, '68. Receiver, E. V. IB. KISSAM, . , '69 Nafzgzzczffz nan paffaius. JACOB LE ROY, '69, Receiver, D. P. COTTON, . '71 Nulla vesizgzkz refffoffszmz. ' . WILLIAM DRAYTON, ,7I. 1 I Receiver, F. O. GRANNISS . A '73 I A2512 'Adyeg Q C. E. VVOODMAN, '73. Receiver, C. E. CRAIK, L ' ' 74 ' ' OD frapd oygofrciv. R. M. EDWARDS, '74. Receiver, H. V. RUTHERFORD, , A' '76 ' fnservzh' honoffzi I C. E. MOORE, '76, Receiver, W. C. BLACKMER, '78 I , l ' 'A'v19pLCeo0e. J. D. HILLS, '78. ' - Receiver, D. L. FLAMING, '80 , A 913 7L6yr,J 6z7L7L' Epyfp. W. R. LEAKEN, '8o. Receiver, A. P. BURGWIN, '82 . . Respzke finem. A. P. BURGWIN,. '82. ' Receiver, S. H. GIESY . '85 . Dmfzk nan fmmgzl I ' A. ID. NEELEY, '85. Receiver, G. S. WATERS '87 . . - Malia zw cizks addzlvcefzfes. A A. H. ANDERSON, '87, Receiver, E. C. JOHNSON, .zD . Q ,88 - . ' Per'Azzgusz'cz ad Augusta. . ' E. C. JOHNSON, 2D, '88. Receiver, E. M. MCCOOK . - '90 ' Semper agens czlzyuzki. I ' I . T. A. CONNOVER, "go, - Receiver, I. D. RUSSELL '92 . 4 T5 KCZ7I.b'U gbihov. KEEPERS OF THE LEMON SQUEEZER. C128J' I I I ..' 5+ 71. +71 '14, . '76 ! I n R . 5, '31 ur. 'C'- as- 37' ,, '55, aw. np. ov ij tae fr" W f X ,KRW L 5 X y if Q U "NOW the gay, festive dance is at an end." 17 c 1295 TRIITY COLLEGE GERMAN CLUB. A .Pr eSicle-nt. DAVID VAN SHAACK. V Vice-President. A Secretary and Treasurer. C. H. TALCOTT. THOS. MCKEAN, IR. W - Executive COmmittee.q I DAVID VAN SHAACK. C. H. TALCOTT. A A THOS. MCKEAN, 'JR LEADERS. EES! German-A. L. GREEN. Sammi German-I. K. HAMIL1'ON, JR., and M. SHMCCONIHE. Thzkfd German-E. R. LAMPSON, JR., and L. A. CARTER, .qF0wf!k' German-HEYWARD SCUDDER and JOHN PAINE. Effh German-THOS. MCKEAN, JR., and E. K. HUBBARD., JR. I ' Szxih German-DAVID VAN SCHAACK and G N HAMLIN MEMBERS I C H TALCOTT N HAMLIN H SCUDDER DV VAN SHAACK E R LAMPSON A L GREEN. I PAINE W 'O ORTON T MCKEAN, JR E K HUBBARD, JR H S GRAVFS F B FULLER E B FINCH G H WILSON A H SIBLEY M S NICCONIHE GORDON HALL E G LEWIS L A CARTER C1305 A 'I r K E ' 3 Q ' I -ixx-h A l if X3 a e "Tri-. ' J " v , - ,Q ' -ei 1-tr 1 j1,F,3,, h -,Q U gf., ,'.1' ' sf, iL',wiE7p ' -s N-. " 'f'n',. .,kz,'if"l,, X - - "N ' 6 P gf 3 We 1 "Ei," ' . , 1? - if .fa 'lm' N- 5 a M ' L 'N tilt, X N-lf. Y :L N z V, l.i., . :vl I , - lg a a i 9 a e ' mfs: r Q 'T a , f. f . :- - . - 'ff x wma a wTiML'Mp . .T " '- " 1,. " WNW Lv "H , ' ,a U. E' Exziwsxl ..... ..... , .A,- 'QQI ' X V" ' gi :s:':5I,g-fi A. 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MGI 134 "I , KN., 1' ' I ' A-Tfiiffgi I' XXX ' C5 rfyqk,-L?gqWBXxE-'fi.8Xx' "QS" N I X ,ff 1 III W E F I IQ. II QLIJID 1 r 1 A 5 'I I " 1 ' 4 K, , C t I ff, 1 12- , . -'P H N X X '17 I vi III I I ff I II P K ' ' ' fi. -wie 1 ff?-1 I ff 5' fi !"i1'i'f 4 K 2 zie-Q U .ff --4' ,Agi-fggi I -I A f '..'." ' ' - 'T . ff ff 1' , 4.1- IIX II .-u' .III. I, I . . ' .. I II X I, V ' . ,:rL7,,.-....- I 1' rl! E ' xx QI M ff, + .ff l .. " 1 if W' 9 7- I N V!! cj XIX I f Y K j I si 'FQ "'-' s --. f' 1 XS? f f If ' I ff ,f X I ISL , I Q If 'Q if " fy ' 1 'I K xi ' ,V lx N I, gf! fi .X - I ' ' .' I " '14 .- -r 1 b- Q-Q57 ' "-7.3 A ' .: "' . L X I- S-f' --x ' ' Jjfsk-x iff:-L f d f TSS ,-ff! I' IVI ' Qkfi f ,II III " I 5 ' :aw- Jf' Ki f I -IST M 'fi . ' N'4-bfi' I,-, , - 4 'gg -224 -lf X I L F lf? BB' -I f F k' WT, 'Y- -' if F OFFICERS. President. HERBERT PARRISH, '91, Secretary-Treasurer. Stage Manager. F. B. FULLER, IQ2. THOS. IXICKEAN, JR., '92. . Executive Committee. HERBE11'1' PARRISH, 91. -F. B. FULLER, '92. G. N. HAMI,IN. QI THOS. IWCKEAN, I ., ' 2. A. L. AGREEN, 91. 41335 TRI ITY CGLLEGE DRAMATICA ASSGCIATIG . SPRING TI-IEATRICALS. REPRODUC1'ION OF "THE SPIRIT OF NINETY-SIX,,, OR "THE COMING WOMAN.,, Presezzfed May 12, 1890, az' Alumni Hall. y y CAST. MISS WOLVERINE GRIFFIN, . . . ' . :HERBERT PARRISH, ,QI A A devoted follower ,of Susan B. Anthony. A MRS. BARBARA VBADGER, - .... i H .I 'I-I. S. CANDEE, '93, A designing young Widow. ' MISS VICTORINE WIGFALL,t .... , . THOS. MCKEAN, JR., ' 2 A guileless maiden. - MRS. WIGFALL, ' . . . I . . . WILLIAM PRESSEY, 'go Justice of the Supreme Court and "hen of the Walk." ' .Assisted by: ' THOS. CARBERRY, A . .... ' G. N. HAMLIN, '91, An East Indian Merchant MR WIGFALL PHILIP SMITH, go A hen peeked husband And DANCING C 1345 . I , I BUTLERQ I S H. PORTER, ,Q3. -- TRINITY COLLEGE DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION. COMPLIMENTARY ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN TO THE CLASS OF ,QO AT ALUMNI HALL, JUNE 23, 1890. ' HDR. MONDSCHEINQ' A FARCICAL COMEDY IN TWO ACTS. CAST. I MRS. JULIA BACKBAY, . . . . . TI-IOS. MCKEAN, JR., ,Q2 ' A Society Woman of the period. ' MRS. POST, . . ' . '. . ' . . G. N. HAMLIN, ,QI.. . Deaf aS her name implies, and a Widow. DR. MONDSCHEIN, . . .' . . . H. S. CANDEE, ,Q3. A An eccentric German homoeopath. I BENJAMIN BACKBAY, .... ' . . PHILIP SMITH, ,QO. A wealthy Stockbroker and a jealous husband. . CONCERT BY THE GLEE AND BANJO CLUBS. DANCING C 135 D ..fI I ASSOCIATICN. ..I Iv.: "'4 . f 1 A v ,Vi 'A BURLESQUE COMEDY IN THREE ACTS. QF 2 Dffafizczfzlv Persomze. I I EDGAR BARNABY, St.. Stephen's School, '78, Unity College, '85, I 4 4 . f PETER, BOGARDUS,S SERVANT, . . .' . . I I WM. SMOTHER, ESQ., a country landlord and justice of the Peace, ' I ' I I ' I ' JOE HOSSBARN, an 'ostler, . . . ' HTRAM DEADHEAD, a constable, . . . l MARY BROWN, a muscular young Woman, . . I ' FANNY GREENPATH, a romantic young country girl, , . . Citizens, Country People, etc. I I- ACT I.- SCENE, Bogardus's apartment. The Crime. ' ACT HI.-SCENE, Same as act zd. The Trial. I 'I In Act 11, A Quartette Incidental. IIX' -III ,,. I I I . I ,I I5fIi Iii' :jill 55,1 fll. fir. III' II' 'III' I I II II I wig! I 'lil IIIfgl I II HIE II" I III :III I If' IIII III 'WI I Q II I Ir' Ilj I: III III I II ' I I. I mi I I II ' I III: 1 1 :Ile I :I L, 'III II I . I I III ' II I IIII Iii I I I I I I I I I ll I I Q". j 1 I I II 1 I I II II IM I III IIII ' DANCING. 'IIiIIlI l.l.l in I Is2,i A . IIIII 4 1365 img II':I flaw Ilan! s,ii'E! AEN! LLIIII, I ,,', Isl, Il! 'II I., -ILIIII :IIIjII III? ,u V .I I 'II'I. ' I PERCIVAL BOGARDUS, " '78, " '84, ' SOLOMON QUIBBLE, a country lawyer, . . . . I 5 ACT II.-SCENE, Ofhce of ai Country Inn. The Flight. I TRINITY COLLEGE DRAMATIC ' I Pffesenferi az' Almmzz' Hall, May 8, IXQI. l "MISS DUZZENBERRY, OIR, 'MURDER WlLL OUT." H. S. CANDEE, '93. Cr. N. HAMLIN, '9r. C. C. BARTON,,JR.,'93 W. S. SCHHTZ, '94, A. C. GRAVES, '91. C. C. BARTON, :IR.,,Q3 C. F. WEED, '945 T. MCKEAN, -IR., ,Q2 H? H. PORTER, '93, L1 ' -ff" ' .H J J. H 2 ' f, I kt X., J U, " f ii, E 1 Q. .? ' Q 0,f7rf f,4 Ns 5' fe '55 WCKWA ss-A-'fx .X K ,I YW!! X mf 'L-I if f Hi Rf , 4 gf ,if ,." " , 53 . ?i'f L . . , fer' zfv- .. B --5 65'-5 ' :- ' ff ' fn W ' x QW W in NSR H W ! 1 It ' , B. X sv Q3 at L .L R L 1- , VZ' f"fk f. W X' vb, QL? I"-,.,,g' ,,!1, ,fi f E 1 XX 82931 W F LM L s- , B l Lyn?--Q-QE., 'ffl Q N. ' 1 I ' v il. 1 'I 5- W, 1, J Ho- ep I WU I X , i O Y -ak - W .J -Y ,I Y .-., L!!-W as-f lg 1, -xv 2 t . n g R f SUPBQRTBD BY V BOOTH AND MGDJESKA. Managers. . HAYDEN. HUBBARD, '93. THURSTON. 1 ' - ' L Lords, Attendants, etc. h HAMLIN. HUBBARD, '93, A PARRISH. if HILL. PIALL. THURSTON. A HAYDEN. MCCONIHE, '92. YOUNG. , . ' HUBBARD, '92. D NICCULLOCH. GREEN 18 Q 1375 4? Y if re., 5? M f 5 if i. 1 Ei fi H! if 1 ii ,s .I T .+. ,I ii Ti. I ' WUJMV , 'jp ' 1 mx All GEN I -,... ff' T Rl 'I XXlNNXx.. E--2 54 ' XA: N9 ...i B ' 'B 'fm B, B. f - :alge- QQS: ',I'...""'--.114-X -1 1 ffEaWmwE?fBWiiEi5iEE: B R FII.. 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HAMILTON, JR. THOS. MCKEAN ,J W. F. COLLINS. M. S. MCCONIHlE,. H. S. CANDEE.. R. S. GRAVES. - v C1395 .1 ' A DELTA K PP EPSILCJN CHESS CLUB. - W f I s m . I X 4 X J Q jf X N , fi , B J I X X ,f wx W X f ll , A x Y ' 1 I EX 1 Ski- f' gi jf x iff R T Z, - , . 1 X 1 ., A Af' v R. x ' -' ' 1 '1.' l- 'A f ,N ff :fm wi.. WU: President. G. H. WRIGHT. Secretary and Treasurer. . li , :fi GORDON HALL. " - 1 Whites. Blacks. I rw , G. H. WRIGHT, 'I C. A. JOHNSON, ALBERT CRABTREE, GORDON HALL, W. H. COSTER, J. B. BURNHAM, W. G. WRIGHT, T. P. THURSTON, , A. W. STRONG, W. MCCULLOCH, N f fl 11 271 I 4-7' 3 i :FM i F. A. WRIGHT. A V. C. PEDERSEN. ' T5 1. II 1 Y- 'Sl A It C1405 . ' .1 'V I I. K. A. WHIST CLUB. C. E. TAYLOR, I. K. HAMILTON, JR., I 'H. S. GRAVES, HEYWARD SCUNDDER, A JOHN PAINE. PSI UPSILGN WHIST CLUB. HERBERT PARRISH, A- T. H. YARDLEYL C. G. CHILD, W. P. NILES. BIG FCDUR WHIST CLUB. MCCULLOCH and THURSTON, COSTER and W. WRIGHT, . ALPHA DELTA PHI WHIST CLUB. D. VAN SCHAACK and I. F. PLUMB, L. A. CARTER and L. A. LOCKWOOD, - C1417 POINTS. 1426 1187 POINTS. 1396 1580 M.Il T. ,BOIRE ET MANGER. MUR R. HYE, R. OCAN DRYE, S. HANDYG AEE. 1889 J F NL B.Cl MEETINGS AT KOcH'S EVERY FRIDAY .MORNING IN THE YEAAR, FROM IO TO 4 President. THOMAS MCREAN, JR. Secretary and Treasurer. E. K. HUBBARD, JR. Q GUESTS. H. S. GRAVES, A C. AE. TAYLOR. THE TRIITY CAMERA CLUB. ' MEMBERS. C. S. PITBLADO, C. H. YOUNG, I ' A ' F M BARBER,A ' G H WILSON, I W EDGERTON, L V LOCKWOOD W S SCHUTZ, H T GREENLEY, G W D ELLIS HONORARY MEMBERS PROF LUTHER, PROF FERGUSON, PROF ROBB C1423 D 0 1 . . , I as 99 I CLUB. President , W. O. ORTON, . ' Ist Grace Secretary Y T. L. ELWYN, . . 2d Grace. A Treasurer I F. B. FULLER, . . . ' . 3d Grace. A I TIME OF MEETING -- P M - A M TRINITY CCDLLEGE WHEEL CLUB. FULLER, I SIBLEY, HAYDEN,, - A CULLEN, - . ' . WEEKS, I C. BOWIE, G CHURCHMAN, J. BULKELEY . ' HARTLEY HILL. ' I 'DIRECTORS. ' I , HAYDEN V ' I HHILL. ,. qys FRIDAY EVENING CLUB HARTLEY L HUBBARD WEEKS HILL fI43D SLEMCN SQUEEZER SUPPER. JUNE 23, 1890. . TO THE CLASS OF ,QO BY ,Q2. MENU. Clams. - Consomme Anglais. Amontillado. Saumon Bouilli. U Filet de Boeuf. Sauteme' . ,Haricots Verts. Pommes de te1'res,. a la Parisienne. ' Ecrevisse a l'Americaine. Claret Pigeons a la Mexique. ' Sorbet a la Romaine. Cigarettes. Voaille Rotie. A Salade de Laitues. Mures Noves a la creme. Champagne. Tutti Frutti. - Cafe, Cognac, Cigares. TGAST MASTER. . I-IARMON S. GRAVES. C CLASS OF '90, . . .' . . G. W. SARGENT, '9o. Semper agens aliquid. THE SQUEEZERQ' . .I . E. MCP. McCooK, loo BAsE BALL," . . . E. Lg WILCOX, 'sa ' Once upon a time. 1 ' THE LADIES," ..... C. W. BOWMAN, '87. We spend our leisure moments. . 1 , FOOTBALLQ' . . '. . . R. LEB. -LYNCH, '9o. It was a Signal victory. A CLASS OF '92," . . . , . . . E. K. HUBBARD, IR., '9 "What I know about it," by little Lord Fauntleroy. A ' COMIVIITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. , F. B. FULLER, GORDON HALL, ROLLIN S. SALTUS, W. I. MILLER, C. E. TAYLOR. Chairman. A. H. SIBLEY. A QI44D' P U , img Qu. Tl raw" u."""" LV' ll' swf :fry I 77' ,599 5- ' CREMATIGN, CDF MECHANICS. I i I 1. X '. I A H, ffml . 2 , il 11 . W 47 1' Q, ' 51" ' I X, i liaff . , K W 7., VI x l x 1' ...fl X if S ff X7 mf rxx gf Q . X F lu- I I I ' - N- Mi 1. , .af t arllw ,V ' 1 ' ' All . I! , f tidi Q .,.-yf.7miym it w ill ll ff I .Q . .R A Sfalrwiles-wb' . !-' g I ,Qi .g c- Jeassefsfffee ARIETY is the spice of life-is a well attested apothegm. Precedent should always be revered, and when, in the course of college events, a time-honored custom is given up and another substituted, it is eminently proper that some de- fense should be made by the radical class for thus bursting the shackles of college conservatism. ' Ninety-two recognizes the equity of this, as she always has, and always will recognize the equity of everything. For no unworthy reason was Mclianiks sacrificed on the funeral pyre, while the mangled corpse of 'fair Anna Lytics was allowed requiescere in pace. .Poor Anna! Her enchanting form, her bewitching glance, her seducting wiles, her siren voice, proved powerless against the bold bad sophomores of ninety-two, and as in turn they appeared before her, it was only to prove their might, and to inflict the chastisement that her audacity , I9 fI455 EANQUET 794 TO ,Q2 TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, ISQI. ' HABENSTEIN,S CAFE. MENU. Oysters Non deep shell. ' Mock Turtle Soup. 9 Lobster de Newberg. 9 L A Potato Hollandaise. Prairie Chicken Boiled, with currant jelly. Saratoga Chips. ' Sweetbread Croquettes, with ELQLQL Peas. Roman Punch. Oyster Patties. Chicken Salad. Olives. ' ' Ice Cream. 9, Assorted Cakes. Punch. Fruits, Nuts, and Raisins. Cigars, 9 Coffee, Cigarettes. A L CLASS OF Q2,H 'roAsTs. - TOAST MASTER, A. W. STRONG, '94. , . . . 911. L. PADDOCK, ,Q4 'E BASE BALL I-I. S. GRAVES, '9z. il ' SQUEEZER' A. H. SIBLEY, ,Q2. . 1 THE LAD1Es,', R.. P. PARKER, ,Q4. . FOOT-BALL E. K. HUBBARD, '92 -fcLAss OF Q4 . . . . .E G. HALL, ,Q2. 3 A Supper Committee. i ' ' R. P. PARKER, Chazwmm. ' ' C. J. DAVIS, S. H. LITTELL, A , G. W. ELLIS, R. L. PADDOCK, , y O. A. SMITH. . C1493 I I I I 'I : I i I I 1 .4 A - e- -....-AAL.. ,.-,. ,-.. F f I , I Ev E1 . I If.. I I ll I 9. I I I. i I I I I , I I I I. I. I IZ. I II I I I 1 I I I I I I I I r I I I I I I I I Ig II I I. I I v I 1 I I r I I I 1 I 7 1 I I I . I . TRINITY COLLEGE BRANCH OF TI-IE ST. PAUIJS SCHOOL 'ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. OFFICERS. Preszkieni, PROF. HENRY FERGUSON.. Vzzg-Pmzzzgnz, G. N. IIAMLIN. PROF. HENRY FERGUSON, G. N. 'HAMLIN,' W. C. HICKS, EIR., E. R. LAMPSON, IR., I G. H. WRIGHT, W. G. WRIGHT, J. PAINE, , C. L. HALL, ' ' E. HUBBARD, JR., T. MCKEAN, JR., W. J. MILLER, R. S. SALTUS, Treasurer, JOHN PAINE. I MEMBERS. IISOI .Secrez'ary,' B.. W. MORRIS, JR C. C. BARTON, JR., L. A. CARTER, R. C. HAYDEN, L. DEK. HUBBARD, WALTON FERGUSON, JR., C.,,A. LEWIS, B. W. MORRIS, JR., W. P. NILES, ' R. L. PADDOCK, W. S. SCHHTZ, F. A. WRIGHT. TRINITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE ' EPISCQPAL ACADEMY OFCGNNECTICUT. Preszdem' E F MARTIN 91. OFFICERS. Vzce Preszdeni, ERNEST RANDALL, ,Q2. ' 3 E F LAWTON QI E G LEWIS Q2 ERNEST RANDALL Q2 E B DEAN 93 E L DICKENSON H M SMITH, 93, W. L. FRENCH, IQS, I I I I I I I I . I Seareiarjf cmd Treasurer, W..L. FRENCH, '93 IVIEIVIBERS. IIISII fzfzlviorzkzfz, H. M. SMITH, '93 W. H. ROUSE, 793, C. 'M. MURPHY, '93, I J. W. LEWIS, '93, F. T. STEELE,.'93, F. B. HUBBELL, '93, F. F. UIOHNSON, '94, I. S. SMITH, IR., ,Q4. HE TRE RTY AN U CH. iifjo 'QC from '92, MONDAY, April 14, 1890. ,-,-iii' Eoomas' E BY A DRAMATIZATION OF THE. NOVEL OF THAT NAME BY JOHN STRANGE WINTER. ,l..L.-1- CHARACTERS. Capt. ALGERNON FERRERS CBOOTLESD, A W f Capt. LUCY, I ' l Officers of the I Capt. GAVAR GILCHRIST, E' Scarlet i Lieut. GRAY, - I Lancers. I Lieut. P. MILES, ' J f L Doctor BLANTYRE, . Private PHILLIP SAUNDERS, . THE BABY AT Two YEARS, . . ' -. MIGNON, Bootles' Baby at Seven Years, . LAURA NoRR1s, . .... Mrs. SMITH, HUMPTY DUMPTY, HELEN GRACE, . . . . . ACT ACT ACT ACT j SCENES. T. -O11 leave. THE HALL OF FERRER'S COURT. fTwo and a half years between Acts I and HQ Charles C. Brandt. Walter J. Brooks. john T. McNary. George T. ,Gaden, jr. George W. Cory. Hugh Gibson. W. L. Gleason. . Little Miss Lothion Little Josephine Arthur. .A Mina Gleason May Hawthorne . Meriam Reid . Gabrielle du Sauld II.-After IIIGSS. BOOTLES' QUARTERS IN BARRACKS, BLANKHAMPTON. QFive years between Acts H and 'HIJ III.-The Regllneflfal SpOI"C'S Day.. THE DOCTOR'S QUARTERS, IDLEMINSTER. - QA week is supposed to elapse between Acts IH and wg IV. -O11 tdllliy. BOOTLESTQUARTERS IN BARRACKS, IDLEMINSTER. 41525, UNCH. - TOAST MASTER. HARMON SI-IELDON GRAVES, PRESIDENT OF ,Q2. E THE LADIES, .. . . . w. E. A. BULKELEY, THE CLASS OF-'90, ' O. S. Gmsvvotn, THE CLASS OF BZ, 1. D. RUSSELL, THE SQUEEZER, . T. A. OONOVER, FOOTBALL, . E. MCP. Mcooox, BASEBALL, . R. Mcc. BRADY, W COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. C. E. TAYLOR, G. HALL, . w. O. ORTON. A THE SONG OF' '9O. When the nineteenth century was coming to an end, ' The fav'ring gods in love did Send To Trinity a class from Stain and stigma free, They call her dear old Ninety,- ' ' T X and C, Nine-tyg' Her name is dear old Ninety, The Pride of Trin-i-ty. Something new! Something new! , Something new! She always did. Semper ag. Semper ag. Semper Agens alzyzzzki. - THE SONG OF '92. We'll whoop her up for Ninety-two, we'll whoop her up again, For she has surely got a very jolly Set of men, . So we'1l whoop her up for Ninety-two, and whoop her up again. With a "'Rah! 'Rah! , Ninety-two !" 'Rah! 'Rahl 'Rah! 'Rah! Ninety-two! ' We're all right, and how are you? 4 Weire all right, we're Ninety-two, With a "'Rah! 'Rahl 'Rah! 'Rah,! " 20 lI53l 790 l go 7 Q2 390 790 ! go 1836 1837 1838 1839 1840. 1841 1842 1343 1844 1845 1846 1847 1848. 1849. 1850. 1851. 1852. 1853. 1854. 1855. 1856. 1857. 1858. 1859. 1860. 1861. 1862. A CCLLEGE PLINY A. IEWETT. ALBERT D0DD. GEORGE W. BEERS. THOMAS T. GU10N. C. B. VARLEY. GEO. R. HALL. FRANCIS J. CLERC. JOHN G. STERLING. SAMUEL FL0WER. JAMES B. WAKEFIELD. DAVID F. LUMSDEN. WM. C. PETERS. EDWARD H. BRINLEY SAMUEL SHERMAN. CHARLES E. TERRY. TAMES W. SMYTH. A. HAMILTON POLK. f. GARDINER WHITE. W. BUTLER KRUMBHAAR. TARED STARR. SIDNEY HALL. :NO. H. S. QUICK. SAMUEL B. WARREN. WM. G. DAv1ES. I WM. B. TIBBITS. G. W. HUGG. JNO. I. MCC00K. MARSHALS. 1863. 1864. 1865. 1866. ,I867. 1868. - 1869. 1870. 1871. 1872. 1873. 1874. 1875. 1876. 1877. 1878. 1879. 1880. 1881. 1882. 1883. 1884. 1885. 1886. 1887. 1888. 1889. 1890, 'FHEODORE PAYN C1549 E TH0S. R. ASH. C. T. OLMSTED. CHARLES WANZER.. HENRY K. HHNTINGTON. HOWARD C. VIEBERT. JOSEPH B. CHESHIRE. GE0. E. ELWELL.' D. PAGE C0TT0N. JNO. W. GRAY. RUSSELL MURRAY. L. M. PLUMER. CHARLES D. SCUDDER. HENRY H. BRIGHAM. J. ELLIS KURTZ. R. B. BRUNDAGE. WM. N. ELBERT. HENRY C. LOVERIDGE. WM. B. NELSON. CHAS. H. CARTER. J. ELDRED BR0WN. E. S. VAN ZILE. S. S. MITCHELL. E. B. HATCH. W. B. OLMSTED. W. F. MORGAN, IR. E. N. SCOTT. . EDWARD MCPHERSON MCC0014 THURSTON. Rott or HoNoR. CONTAINING THE NAMES OF GRADUATES, UNDERGRADUATES, AND FORMER STUDENTS O14 TRINITY COLLEGE WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN THE VVAR FOR THE UNION. X - CLASS or 1832. John S. Phelps, Col. Missouri Vols., Milit. Gov. Arkansas. . CLASS OF 1837. Pliny A. jewett, Surgeon and Bvt. Col. Vols. I - .CLASS OF 1838. john C., Comstock, Capt. Co. A, 1st Conn. Inf. 1 06. pro pairzkz Feb. 2, 1862. Benjamin W. Stone, Chaplain zd N. Y. Cav. CLASS OF 1842. George I. Geer, Chaplain 37th N. Y. Inf. Abraham -T. Warner, Chaplain, 12th Ill. Cav. CLASS OF 1844. Oliver S. Prescott, Hospital Chaplain. CLASS OF 1845. Samuel F. Jarvis, Chaplain 1st Conn. Heavy Artillery. CLASS OF 1848. . Louis N. Middlebrook, Capt. Co. D, 1st Conn. Cav. CLASS OF 1849. - Charles W. Abbot, Paymaster U. S. John P. Abbot, Physician U. S. N. ' Logan Brandt. 05. ?7f0 f6lf7'Z'fl 155.3- C1555 - CLASS on 185o. George S. Burnham, Col. 1st Conn. Inf., Col. 22d Conn. Inf., A. Q.-M. U. S. Vols. William H. Studley, A. A. Surg. U. S. A. ' ' CLASS OF 1851. CLASS OF 1853. Henry C. Paxson, Adj. 12th N.pj. and 19th Penn. Inf. Charles E. Terry, Surgeon 11th R. I. Inf. 06. pro pufrzkz Aug. 4, 1865. ' A-Robert Andrews, Lt.-Col. Engineers. h 'Charles Henshaw, Capt. 1ooth N. Y. Inf. .VVilliam H. 'Williams, Chaplain 87th N. Y. Inf. CLASS OF 1854. - William A. Hitchcock, Chaplain U. S.. N. 4 john F. Mines, Chaplain zd Me. Inf., Lt.-Col. and Bvt. Col. 1St'D. C.'Cav. CLASS OF 1855. George A. Woodward, Col. 22d Penn.. R. C., Lt.-Col. 14th Inf. U..S. A., ' CLASS OF 1856. Charles E. Bulkeley, Capt. Co. E, Ist Conn. Heavy Artillery. 06. pro ,6uz'1fz'u Fe6. 13, 1864 Samuel McConihe, Col. AQ3d. N. Y. Inf., Bvt. Brig.-Gen. Charles A. Sumner, Asst. Q'rmaster U. S. A., Col. 1st'Nev. Inf. . CLASS OF 1858. William W. Hayes, Surgeon 6th Cal. Inf. Joseph Hugg, Acting Surgeon U. S. N.- V A -I. Ewing Mears, Q'rmaster Vols. Henry H. Pierce, Mej. ret cena. Heavy Artillery, Bvf. Capt. ret U. S. 1. ' V Strong Vincent, Maj.-Gen. Penn. Vols. . 06.p1f0 puirzkz july 7, 1863 CLASS OF 1859. Charles M. Conyngham, Maj. 143d Penn. Vols. Griffin A. Stedman, Col. 11th Conn. Inf., Bvt. Brig.-Gen. ' . C1565 06. pro pufrzu Aug. 6, 1864 -SVA. 3CCav fik M. 13 1364 ,,c.S1 ' Ph 7' Iwi' il' 'W INV - CLASS or 186o. William G. Davies, 22d N. Y. Inf. Theodore C. Glazier, Sergt. Co. D, 2d Conn. Heavy Artillery, Maj. 46th U. S. C. I William H. Mallory, Capt. Co. A, Ist Conn. Cav., Maj. 2d N. Y. Cav., Col. Zouaves Enoch V. Stoddard, Surgeon 65th N. Y. Inf. A CLASS OF 1861 William S Cogsvvell Maj 5th Conn Inf Francis M Hawley Coley James ISt Lt Co H 1st Conn Cav Frederick A Miller Acting Master U S N Bankson T Morgan Capt U S Sharpshooters Lt Col 54th N Y Inf Augustus Morse I Edward C Norris Capt 71st Penn Inf O6 pro pafrza May IQ 1863 Albert E Sumner Surgeon U S N William H Webster Ist Lt Co I 5th Conn Inf IST Lt Co C 12th Vet R C CLASS OF 1862 Charles S Hale Chaplain 5th Vt Vols George W Hugg 2d Lt Co A 25th Conn Inf O6 pro pairza july 30 1864 William D Peniield Captains Clerk U S N Francis S Pinckney Heber Smith Adj 5th Conn Inf CLASS OF 1863 O6 pro pairza Angus! 9 1862 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. Ludlovv, Ensign U. S. N. I ' john McCook, 2d Lt. ISt- Va. Inf. A 'CLASS OF 1864. Jerome G. Atkinson. . Daniel P. Dewey, 2d Lf. CO- A, 25th C01111- Inf- , fI57D Of. Q70 frzfrzkl A,61fz'Z 14, 1863. K' 4' 1865- Arthur W. Allyn, Capt. and Bvf. Maj. 16111 U. s. 1. fl I . sz A ' ' 'QI . .Q .1 lk 'll is Iii, ,, . lg ffl' I IQ'- Hi, I iz. I .ir gl. Nu iii. 1 auf wi' .cr l flu. H51 ii' li ,Ill '1 QL 1' I l :if Q u li! 5 11 gi il . .5 v T: I! .fl 1. ui 1 'A i 2 YV' ll, ' r I tl ll 72 snr 'I Ml -I It I I I .N i l Y lui 5 In !l. I I if H Tl I fl I ii 7. il 8'l Edward C. Hopson, Corp. Co. D, 2d Connf Heavy Artillery. 06. pro jbaiffzkz 0611 19, 1864. Robert W. Huntington, Capt. U. S. N. Fordham Morris, Ist Lt. oth N. Y. Heavy Artillery, A. A. Adj.-Gen. Artillery. Ira St. Clair Smith, ISt Lt. Co. C, 3Ist CConn.Q'U. S. C. I. Charles M. Strong. ' Lemuel I-I. weiiesfisf Lt. 32.1 wig. Inf. CLASS or 1865. . Franklin Hayes, Corp. Co. K, I6th Conn. Inf. 06. fro pczfffzkz Sefi. 30, 1864. Edgar B: Lewis, Sergt. Co. D, 2d Conn. Heavy Artillery. 4 06. pro pairzkz Sepf. 6, 1863. William H. Lewis, Capt. Co. B, 'zd Conn. Heavy Artillery. Charles W. Munroe, Ist Lt..4th. R. I. Inf. ' i Whole m1m6e1f, 68,- 06zk7fumf pro gmiffzkz, 13. if It . r x ' ill fill. I1 li 3 . I C N orE.- It is specially requested that memoranda of errors or omissions in this Pgf 1. list be sent to the Professor of Latin. Sl ll' is ll nfl' , I ill' All VE 5- 122' ill ill - WT' iii. C1535 . .fi Hill iw ,' my In .1 :iii 's 2322 1 l is ll is I ll, March 12, 1890. April 8, 1890. April 15, 1890. September 6, 1890. September II, I8QO. October. I, 1890. October 15, 1890. November 20, 1890 November 26, 1890 january 4, 1891. January I 1 , 1891. K MARRI GES. J. HOWARD MORSE, '91, to Miss KITTY BROWN. Rev. L. C. WASHBURN, '81, to Miss HENRIETTA S. MUMFORD. Rev. WILLIAM N. ACKLEY, '63, to Miss LAURA ANTOINETTE WIIEATON. ' W., WILLIAMS MCIVOR, '82, to Miss ELIZABETH GREENE. Rev. FRANCIS B. WHITCOME, '87, to Miss MARY ELIZABETH LEWIS. CHARLES L. GOULD, '82, to Miss ANNIE S1 MITCHELL. FREDERICK pH. BEERS, '89, to Miss FLORENCE ADALINE MAPES. CHARLES H. TIBBIITS, 2D, '87, to Miss GEORGIE HALL. GEORGE,B. PATTISON, '81, to Miss LIZZIE ,FITCH SPICER. ARTHUR W. COWVLES, '81, to Miss ANNIE ADAMSON. Rev. O. H. RAFTERY, '73, to Miss ADELAIDE BRAINARD. C1595 I OBITUARY. r HENRY WATSON, M.A., '28, -DIED FEBRUARY 10, I8QI. PAUL CARRINGTON CAMERON, LL.D., '29, DIED JANUARY 6, 1891. ' EDWARD PICKERING PHILPOT, B.A., '29, DIED FEBRUARY 28, 1890. ' THOMAS BROWNELL CHURCH, B.A., '31, I . DIED JULY 30, 1890. Rev. EDWARD MARTIN VAN DEUSEN, D.D., '35 DIED AUGUST 8, 1890. Rev. EDWARD SELKIRK, M.A., '40, . DIED FEBRUARY 12, 1891. Rev. WELLINGTON EDWIN WEBB, M.A., '40, DIED- APRIL 1, 1890. Rev. ALEXANDER CAPRON, M.A., '45, ' DIED APRIL 3, 1890. Rev. GEORGE MORGAN HILLS, D.D., '47, DIED OCTOBER I5, I8QO-. - Rt. Rev. BENJAMIN.HENRY PADDOCK, D.D., '48 DIED MARCH 9, I,8QI. Rt. Rev. JOHNIWATRUS BECKWITH, D.D., '52, DIED NOVEMBER 23, 1890. I Rev. JOHN MILTON PECK, B.A., '54, DIED JULY 24, 1890. AUGUSTUS THOMAS POST, '56, DIED FEBRUARY 15, 1891. . JAMES IVERS LEWIS, M.A., '62, DIED APRIL 23, 1890. Rev. CHARLES HAYDEN PROCTOR, M.A., '73, DIED JUNE 25, 1890. GUSTAVE BREAUX UNDERHILL, B.S., M.D., '73 I DIED DECEMBER IO, 1890. I HEBER HOFF, M.A., '82, - DIED OCTOBER I, ISQO. ALBERT DELAFIELD NEELY, B.A., '85, , DIED DECEMBER 26, I8QO. ' ' HARRY CRAYTON STURTEVANT, '94, DIED SEPTEMBER 22, 1890. - QIOOJ , . VALEDICTCRIANS AND SALUTATQRIAN S IN TRINITY coI.LEo4Eq 1827. ' ' Isaac E. Crary. A Samuel C. Goldsborough. 1828. Henry G. Smith. VVilliam H. Walter. 1829. joshua G. Wright. Samuel S. Lewis.. 1830. . Augustus F. Lyde.. Isaac W. Hallam.. 1831. Nathaniel E. Cornwall. joseph R. Eccleston. 1832. E. Edwards Beardsley. john W. French. 1833. Hugh L. Morrison. Edward Hardyear. 2I l, ' 1834. ' William Payne. Solomon' G. Hitchcock. 1835. Robert Tomes. Edward Van Deusen. 1836. james H. Elliott. Isaac Tuttle. 1837. Abner Jackson. john T. Cushing. 7 1838. Charles Gillette. Cyrus Munson. A 1839, Isaac G. Hubbard. Nathaniel O. Cornwall. 1840. Robert B. Fairbairn. Vandervoort Bruce. fI6ID I84I.' ' Wm. H. Frisbie. ' Henry DQ Noble. Thomas R.:Pynchon 1842. George Rossiter. Henry C. Preston.. ' 1843. Thomas S. Preston. George-U Her. I ' 1844. David P. Sanford. Tilton. E. Doolittle. 1845. Robert C. Rogers. john Paddock. ' ' 1846. john W. Bacon. Samuel M. Whiting. 1847. Samuel Benedict. George Gilman. 1848. Benj. 4 H. Paddock. Nath. M. Belden. 1849. john M. Atwood. George W. Giddings. I85O. John T. Huntington. Daniel E. Loveridge. 1851. Charles I..Hoadly. Alex. G. Cummins. 1852. Lucius H. jones. Francis Chase. ' 1853. 1 Alfred L. Brewer, William G. Spencer. 1354 George D johnson james H Williams 1855 Luke A Lockwood Edwin C Bolles 1856 Daniel E Holcomb Samuel F Hotchkin 1857. Samuel Hermann. A V. George B. Hopson. S. 1858. George S.'Mall0ry. V. William H. Vibbert, S. 1859. Samuel B. Warren. V. Edwin . E. johnson. S. 1860. Charles H. W. Stocking.V. Augustus jackson. S. ' 1861. Arthur W. Allyn. V A. B. Jennings. S 1862. james B. Murray. V George W. Hugg. S 1863 John S Smith W N Ackley 1864 Robert A Benton joseph F Ely 1865 Charles T Olmsted Edward P johnson C1625 1866. Samuel Hart. Henry A. Metcalf. 1867. William R. Mackay. George G. Nichols. 1868. Frank L. Norton. Frank H. Potts. 1869. George O. Holbrooke Arthur McConkey. 1870. George MCC. Fisk. Harlow R. Whitlock. 1871. George W. Douglas. Chauncey C. Williams 1872 Paul Zeigler james H George 1873 Leonard W Richardson Oliver H Raftery 1874 Edward N Dickerson james D Smyth " ' A. . S. . . . S. ' . . 1 6. '. s. . . s. . . . I. by an H. I. buh hy, ,Fai frxiti Dude 1 L www M. Jw ,Q 1875 1879 Alfred Hardmg George M Hubbard EdWardW Worthlngton S james S Carpenter 1876 I88O T M N George Lorrn Webster Isaac He1ster Charles E Moore 1877 1881 J Russell Parsons I Charles C Edmunds jr John Prout Charles W jones 1878 1882 john D H1lls john G W1ll1an'1s Seaver M Holden john H McCracken 1887 Orrn A Sands 1888 Lewls H Paddock 1889 W1llard Scudder 1890 Chfford S GTISWOIG , S Q163D 1883 R T Relneman J E Brown 1884 Henry R Neely W1ll1am S Barrows 1885 H B Loom1s Robert Thorne 1886 Herman L111entha1 W11l1a1n J Tate W1ll1am A Beardsley Charles E Purdy joseph W Fell W1ll1am H C Pynchon ,X THE CHAPEL. 'I- CHAPLAIN, , .... - THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE. ORDER OF SERVICES-OBLIGATORY. Daily: Morning Prayer, 8.30 A.M., or Evening Prayer,,5.45 RM. Qat least four attendances' eaeli week must be in the niorningj. Sunday: IO.3O A.M. and 5 RM. Ash-Wednesday and Good. Friday: IO.3O A.M. or 5 RM. Ascension Day: 8.30 A.M. Or 5 RM. - , ' 1+ VOLUNTARY. Sunday: Holy Communion, 8.10 A.M. Lent: Daily, 11.55 A.M.VfLllL2.I1yD. Holy Week, 11.55VA.M., 0 RM. Thanksgiving Day: 10.30 A.M. Daily: Morning or Even- ing Prayer 'Csee' Note abovej. D H A ' . I.-I-1 D CHAPEL CHOIR. . Deccmzi Preaeniof. Ccmforzk. PEDERSEN, PEDERSEN. JOBE, MCKEAN, 5 LITTELL, F. A. WRIGHT, RANDALL, MORRISON, 1 G. H. W1LsON, CANDEE, ' W. C. D. WILLSON, PEARCE, CRABTREE, G. HALL. I HUMRHRIES. I Offgcmzlvi, CHARLES IUDD. Asszlvicmi Ofgfmzlvi, W. L. FRENCH. 'I- CHAPEL IVIONITORS. f HARRY HOWARD, . n ROBERT WALKER. C1645 du. Zlpu. mill! gtkm- IWW It P ,V CLASS DAY GF THE CLASS OF 1891 JUNE 23,I8QL President. W. C. HICKS, JR. A Orator. . E. B. FINCH. Poet. b , ' Presenter. E. B. STOCKTON. ' G, N, HAMLIN. A A Hhistorian. I. K. HAMILTON, IR. Epilogue. . C. HQYOUNG. COMMITTEES. ' CLASS DAY. HICKAS, HOISINGTON, GRAVES, and KINGSBURY. ' RECEPTION AND SUPPER. I TALCOTT, THURSTON, GREEN, PARRISH, HUGHES, and HAMILTON. INVITATIONS. PLUMB, BARBER, LAMPSON, and MCCULLOCH. MUSIC. SHEPARD, TALCOTT, HAMLIN, and ROGERS. ' PHOTOGRAPHS. HAMILTON, SCUDDER, W. WRIGHT, and LAMPSON. FINANCE. YOUNG, PEDERSEN, FINCI-I, and VAN SCHAACK. C1657 I LiENvo1. At last vvefre here! Une rnore page left to fill. When that is finished all our Work is done. " To ws czlfs gffisf thai cometh Z0 ofmf mill." We've taken every thing from every one That possibly could interest you all, Or help to make this book shovv what it shoWSg And now upon your leniency We call i , T o read a few rnore Words fbefore We close. r If ever you have gone upon the stage t To learn its secrets, when the play is done, You know its taking youth and leaving age, f Destroying all your retrospective fun. You see the carpenters demolish Walls, And pull up gilt illusions with a rope, Destroy the throne 'in royalty's proud halls By tearing off the tinsel envelope. iQ166Q ! QSHWD Qur books our play Pray, dont mvestrgate We are but amateurs our lreense broad Spectators ye go 111 your proper gate, Compose yourselves to hsten and app1audY gb f R 'iff ff, do iq at F'-J-A 5 fa:: 7, ,YN 1 Xkeyoxs E f -- f5Qi fXdpg f me ,QQQWJ -'xjgff XRS X X C1675 V f' 'mr' Y ' .. X -, A ' We ,. v 5 -I z . ge A 1 M 5 , : 5 1 i a - u V I ,z 41 Z W ! i I sg r 4 '15 - .1 '2 is E 3' .pl ,i 1 E45 E if-f a 1 1 112-52 . 5 fs i fi 5 f we 4 f fxf if S112 i 5 1.1 1 1 W1 Q ! 47 xl 1 1 Y ,1 'T f A I L 4 I 'E fl 2 -gg 1 g V3 I. i e V 71 2 ' dir ! ii i E ggi 1 k Lk 52 ,i 3 Q E Pi! 1 s 2 ' -fi' 1 . ,li ,Qi 5 VF . 4 fin A9 1 1 K ' , ,, Y a ., , , . .1 1 RANKD. soruans, -as QAHIGHEST GLASS TAILORING v igpeczczl Woolefzs zmpwfiezi only by us. v I ' v Sfudenis are especialgl Z'7Z'UZ'Zc60E v I L We do fize largest szfudm! trade of any v v - - ' , . fine z'az'Z07fz'ng -267772 in ztlze cozmfry. v M.H.'B.K d'k 'nb ' ' I Tina,monfilfliitfiamgeifi p I No. 5 PARK STREET, BOSTUN. ADVERTISEME T . STUDENTS WILL CONFER A FAVORX ON THE EDITORS BY -PATRONIZING THE FIRMS WHO HAVE ADVER- I TISED IN THIS BOOK. ' A QFA HIQNABLE 21 313 H DRAVERS if? TAlLORS," GW No. 251 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. UR assortment of Woolens for Spring and Summer Wear comprises all the leading Novelties, Colorings, and Designs in Foreign Goods. In our Impor- tation of Fancy Suitings and Trouserings, there are no two patterns alike, and, together with a large line of Spring Overcoatings, are the handsomest line of goods We have ever shown. An early inspection is desired that our customers may have the beneiit of our full line. We have also made extensive preparations in our Furnishing Department, which hereafter will contain at full line of Gents' Furnishings at popular prices. ' ' WIVI. H. KELSEY GL CO., Hartford, Conn. 22 Q 169 Q QAHQQQ-EX.-D,45i! Wad Scfni-llnnuat Fttnanciat Statement PI-ICENIX INGORANCECO. Ol: HARTFORD, CONN, STATEMENT, JANUARY 1, 1891. Cash Capital, ,. . P . p . . . A S2,ooo,ooo.oo Reserve for Outstanding Losses, . 293,831.17 Reserve for Re-Insurance, . 1,313,9o3.88 Net Surplus, . . . 1,517,o79.63 TOTAL ASSETS, . S5,624,8I4.73 Total Losses Paid since Organization of Company, , p 5z1z,15:z,u44 15 f D W C. SKILTON ' President I H MITCHELL Vice-Prest CHAS E GALACAR hzd Vice-Prest A GEo H BURDICK Sec y ' H M MAGILL, General Agent Western Department, Cincinnati, Ohio TIIEO F SPEAR, Assistant General Agent Western Department C1nc1nnat1, Ohio A E MAGILL General Agent Pacific Department San Francisco, Cal 41709 I . . , . . . , . . . , . 7 1 I l I 7 I 1 0 Q , ' 7 I GERALD E. HART, General Manager Canadian Department, Montreal, Canada. A -AW' hmmm aww? ww 'pedals .Ng- 7, ,9' l, , , M' fr fl - To L E INSQREKJ- IF 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 K N K V N i A, gi S S E S EWXKX ...N t N 'tai ts- if N i Q 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 If it is a com- , pany styling it- ldj self a " purely a n d successful S p L . W ' I m u tu al " you C 0 H1 P 3 11 Y in -X i Wx i ',,, 1 Q Q l - may be sure that which to entrust wk 'W ,j 11 f S X my Q,-Q N X ,, the first and par- the interest of A ,A lv 21 S Q QM iii amount consid- your families? ' RK ,VL W' "EQ ff ., -,.. - if ',., S I eration of those liothing can be , W- i LD c f. in chargg viiltl be o more im ort- ' " ' 'l 5' to rovi e i er- ance to 13,011 A p gif 9.11313 for them- and to those S Q ll' "ig'jgs'lf3?EffGfQ,. ' selves and their .rl l Q 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 g that it has age and experience g 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 .. V. C employes, 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 organiza- tion Qand the XETNA 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. 1715 -Q-HWHITE' r ,Qs.wt W 'iigglf-3116235 imeri 1e1e15E11eg5.EF21' W' 'oe' 'J' QUR SPECIALTIES ARE GL 0 VES mf NE CKWEAR, And We Carry the Finest Line of these Goods to be found in the State emiss sLovEs, N emiss sH1RTs, , DRI:-iss VESTS, emiss ZJEWEIQRV. Everyihfzg for all Fu!! Efvmzbzg Dress Occazsz'0ns.- ' V SHIRTS TO QRDER FRoM 5318 A DoZEN UPWARDS. wisigfge QPx1'H?e1'lo sie Google. X TENNIS SU!-TS, SHJE TS, CA PS, EE. E 'U GYflfNASfUflf SUITS, and SWEA TERS NVVHITEJSY E. A. F1F1ELD,MANAGER. 351 Main street, QI72J 1 1 III II I. II I I I I II ...L ' ZLE if 1 E II A Il :I 15' IT 11? IJ g'I :Il 'il II: IIE 'a ie EI ul I1 I 215 IN III II III II I33 II :II :IZ EI Ii .gn Ifi fl 51 il II ,. .11 II II ix! II zfI Ii - I I If II? 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Ii f III:-1 III 1I'5.s.1yIj I1 III' fs1iIiiII.1.:I1.'A mg-CII -I-:ss'IIf1g:!1 :.IIIfIII'IIIffe2Ifgf1sfeiIIIiI.3Ivqfiiile IIIII III- L 11 It' ' 3IIIIIIIIILJ.I, jII,I:fi25lL,I W1 i51EiIIf EII1.IIl.tI IZIIIIEIHIIIIII-II!Q:II!III1IIEiII:'IIIl 'f . - -f 1 W ,f111f1,ae111111111I-am1 - A1f1f1fagf:111I5111g11I11I11111I1e!.IIIa11.11fiIeIiI111211111.12111E law. v1' ff 1 I f I Ti 1 QM -42215 1 Q52 , fivf ' if " 5'f':ff21 . ff?91aQJ!9i5'F -5 . 1 5 1, 1 1 1lI' 1,I11 - 1guI I BJ 1 F4312-2 ' t. A i1:'2"i:: -Eff: -:nf-I 'IP-1 ' "' ,, ,I .,, ' ,.I.,..,...I..... . . fl 11243.51 F-f 1 '---11 CASH ASSETS, - .- 32,31I7,692QQ. SUMMARY. - . Cash Capital, - I,OO0,000.00 Reserve for Re-insurance, - 897,322.85 Outstanding Claims, 124,165.11 Net Surplus, - - 568,9o4. 54 Net Surplus to Policy-Holders, I S2,500,392.5O J. D. BROWNE, CHARLES R. BURT, L. W. CLARKE, Pffeszkiemi I Secffeiqffy. AssZ.Sec1fez'a7fy. C1747 . .4 -" Lofoffbf wh if gaffeg 3 8 JQ4v 5w1fz4f :fd ' 176 , ,N x xy if "' .uf , A I.v. . ,Q 4. , , it , . - , Y , , -- ,M jgst, '34-. A.-VL ,, gVg,,,i3.. ,A K Q ,5 . '. . ' 4 oemig Gentlemen Should Remember ek oe it it i it I That quite a large saving can be made by purchasing their it y GLOVES, UNDERl8LOTHiNC4? NEt3ilWEAR,eHOSiERY, BTG., - 'OFA A I V .first-Cla ss Dry i Goods Housei i 1 S 1 b-h , 1 Q10 ,Z" CD slf-sI4sl4AIL EEE HIVE eeeem Where a good line of the above goods is always kept in stock. , Q e The BEE HIVE always deals largely in me carpets, ugs, ats, Qurtains, Pertieres, And those things pertaining to the decoration of rooms. P ' Specialties suitable for Prizes, Germany Favors, i I etc., can always be found here. Students it will find it for their interest to patronize 'FI-IEE ee BEEeee HIVE3 l L s I-IARTFCJRD. f 23 C1779 7 1 H A QU5, THEO. C. N ANDRUS SL NAEDELE, DOUBLE AND' SINGLE BARREL gpm Sums RIFLES, APISTOLS, AND' FISHING TACKLE. -QQFLY Roms To ORDER A. sPEc:I.A.:L.':1:'Y.5e- ,ian . R' ' A AGENTS FOR COLUMBIA, LOVELL DIAMOND, and HARTFGRD SAFETY BICYCLES ALL KINDS OF BICYCLE SUNORIES CONSTANTLY ON HAND. . , 288 ASYLUIVI STREET. . . .-,,,,,.,- , ,V , .. V , 1. .,' 1- ,.,., ,,,,. .... -,.,.---.L-,,,.. ,..,. ., .- . . . ..,.V. .,. N. .,.,,.,,., ..,,, ,,,4, .- . . ,. . ,,,. HQRSFALL Cgl, AQOTHSCHILDQAO HATTERS AND A A MEN S OUTFITTERS SHIRT MAKERS, AGENTS FOR KNOX AND YO UMAN'S CELEBRA TED HA TS 178 C' Z' E' Z' H? f-3 93, 95, and 99 ASYLUM STREET, A c J 7 mu. 1. , . , E F i , .LDQ T 5188017 8 Q0 fe DEUCGISTS as , We-Nia-Hee.-E . DEALERS IN SPONGES, CHAMOIS, FEATHER DUSTERS. E1-C 1500 SECURITY on.. Q5 'MQtQ Street, E O gJ'fc1r1' OlfCL'QOY1l'2. THE EARTFERE SMEEEINQ SALTS. E ITISAFACTYT Tfzaz' TI7l7O-TJQTIRDS ef ez mcm's LIFE is SPELYVT in -lzzs CLOTHES. Tlzeh WHY NOT dress in GOOD TASTE and szjfle az' U Reasonable Prices. - V I K9 Qorcm : Ewazlfiis : rg : 5ZCZISOgCZI1Z1Z 1 Qeawls. - CLARKE X4 EEIFFV, fee MERCHANT sie TIXILORS be END are IMPQETEES, sae 73 Asylum Street, Hartford, Corin. O C1795 ,J Xxtlff' :EX 'ff f 1 Q. I f f te, QQ-fr H ,.,,. :,:. , ,.,., , SV? ,jf rs , 1' to WV 'Wt 494, 'XXX fr! flni the World. Yef fry, ,.,3,,', ,'gf-:-.- 1, z:-255552: ' ' G I 0 CZPS QI ll CZEC UPI Q 0 f 0 . , D V -::',,f""f:S-. ,ffffx ffz M5 M f :rE-'- r o N I "7,'ff2?s ' -K 'I : ""TZl X" X45 i33ijj5iE.f5f', 'Xm Y f gf -N . X rm . '--- ' --'- . , - me -- - Q ,.-'1f::2i2f.Q222-2'- M? 5. noe s N' ' Q D '11 .:' J' D .C X ,-35" r-gg':,a' 1f""f -X'-7-: N 'll' A -1--s , 9' 1 0 nic.-' W: ,- - rf up. ,Q ' 'X ,I .7 xv,-le.: .R we z,x" re ict' X 1 . r N X3 in. XF f ' -Q WREK, I 24 ,. XY rl, f 9 ,A L mn' W wwgvlli me-.3 x ,tr or I I ,I QV! M I, , I O Q "fs N-fwf""'v1',er 1 1, ,nut I :iw H, X .X Xu .X m, jj ,fl Z, 1 Z. X f Xi- ', W" ' , f 'rf f va f. .51.f.K' if 'fr f ml" "W "'.L"'2 1 H- w f , ' asf P fEz.,2nv,',r ' jay: . f,.j!Q,Q:vp, x , .. f' 35232 3313023 2-E 45 G . . -f:e:-'z:fgL,::L ff Zee a,grQ?gw.r ' 1 ,-, , f -' -' .::,::-- . f .snag M . 2 441.5 MANUFACTURERS OF ELEQTR SILVERSPLATED WARE. fs' 5- 42-Eae S Qetefnrafecl S 'Rgogere S Qyoocie.-3:4 A- full line of Tea Sets, Dessert Sets, Fruit ano' Berry Dishes, Cake Baskets, Caro' Receivers, Bonboh Boxes ano' Trays, Matchv Boxes, Novelties in Plated ano' Pure Silver, Spoons, Forks, Knives, Ladies, ' k Shells, Carvers, Nut Picks, etc., etc. For the Best Goods at Reasonable Prices Call at our Salesroom and Factor , 66 Market Street, S ' S HARTroRD, eoNN. ' ' Qr8oj vrvvwu-.A gf' lf' A FINE ST7-XTIQNERYATI E. . DUTTGN ae cos. QEENGRAVINCEJ6- WE have exceptional facilities for engraving .Weddingf f7Z'UZ'IfdfZ'07ZS, Reception, and V z1s'z'fz':zg Cards in the very best manner and at moderate prices. This work IS done on our own premises under our personal supervision. All orders both large and small receive prompt and careful attention, our aim being to allow no imperfect work to leave our store. 1 WEDDING INVITATIONS. Engraving plate and 100 invitations, including inside and outside en- velopes., 315.00. Each additional 100 sets, 34.00. . ' RECEPTION CARDS. Engraving plate and 100 cards, 34.75. Each additional 100 cards, 31.50. VISITING CARDS, any SiZ6. Engraving plate, name only, and 100 cards, 32.50. Each additional 100 cards,,31.0o. 100 cards and printing from customer's own plate, 31.00. Monograms, Crests, Coat OI"AI111S, Address Dies, etc., engraved in the latest style. These are stamped on note paper in color.and in the latest shades of bronze or illuminated by hand in the most artistic manner. Original designs and estimates submitted if desired. MONOGRAMS. Engraved on steel, 32.00. ADDRESS DIES. 'One line, engraved on steel, 32.00. Two lines, engraved on steel, 33.00. STATIONERY FASHIONS and Correct Formsfor Engraving Cards, Invitations, Announcements, etc. Oblong 32mo, cloth, 25 cents. Samples of Fine Writing Paper sent free on application. Careful and Prompt Attention given to Orders by Mail E P Q BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 531 VVEST TVVENTY THIRD STREET, NEVV YORK BULL LAMB at Co WINTHno12fmD Alaska Refrigerators, Which have the only perfect Dry Air C1rculat1on Every one of them warranted perfect In construction and keeping Ice. ' GARLAND AND FLORENCE OIL STOVES t cts Q5 cts. each. Workers in all kinds Alcohol Cooking Stoves 5 Oil Stoves, 60 CfS., 70 C S-, 75 0 , of Sheet Metal and Tin Goods, also large assortment of Housekeeping Goods. , PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, JOBBING. 189 anol 191 lVlain Street, Hal"CfOl'Ol, CONFI- , QISIJ --ESTABLISHED 1872.- E. J. SMITH 6: CO., Importers, Hasiers, a ik af EY aa 1 ia fa ik af Glavers, asa Shirt Makers, 635 and 57 Aeylum Street, HARTFCDR-D? :ir :ir :iz :iz CONN. EMPIRE STABLE FIRST:CLASS E , Livary, Faad, Sala, Boarding, Haala, and Baa Saabla, RAGAN 81 BRADY, Proprietors, - I 2 , 166 MAIN STREET, HAR TFORD, CONN C 8 D NEW MUSIC FOR 1891. Lose no time in procuring one of DITSON 81, CO.'S excellent Music Booksg all first-class, and these among the best. f OPULAR Song Collection, 37 songsg or Piano Classics, 44 classical pieces, or Classic Tenor Songs, 36 songs, You can Secure or College Songs ,for Banjo, or College Songs for ' the new Guitar, two popular books 3 or E1nerson's Concert Selections. ' L Any 600k maz'Zedp7f077zpZ!y, pos! fdllfli,-f07" 31.00. OLIVER DITSON COMPANY, BOSTON. I Q EFX e i 4 X x K C I I x M f it X N X X l X if X Al Ski A K, f 1 I f fic i X, Z IL X A X f J! XXX X4 N ! 'N ' . - ,' I I l 1 'g '. 'X Q Q " 1' F E i i " l e lk so 4 9 1lSHlNlf3lllEJN llllfcllllll AUNERY IS if THE '14 STUDEN1 S if LAUNDRY W E PIERCE, Proprletor 184 'HE 5 No. 556 Main Street, HARTFORD, N. 4 c 5 4 " 'Naam ' in as rl H fIlRt,:,,l ' ff I C. CASE a CQ., IMPORTERS ANDDEALERS IN . QS- . , 13 ' 5P,?pYXX?v . V 1 MERALDS. + DIAMQNDS. + Ruliffss I Q I ev WS' Sig - gg We have the Largest Assortment of Precious Stones , . .NL WV f in the State, in Every Variety of.Mounting.- X EIS With Gold and Si1ve1"Hand1es, for Ladies and Gents. IN ROYAL WORCESTER CROWN DERBY WEDC . 7 X RT WOOD, HUNGARIAN, TERRA COTTA, ANID M0015- . ISI-I WARE. - W N5-f Ng? way lf' is ' +A' ' BRONZE AND BRASS GOODS, CLASS CANES, Opera CSPc1f-mee In Qeclra? or 'I9ecLI'Rer C5c1oee.. I Particular Attention Paio' to Fine Watch ano' French Oiock Repairing, HILLS BLOCK, 335 MAIN ST. 24 4185? IW Q: Nr .'. -'-me-,'-Iirijio-,Z if-pin k :'2r1:9- ,-.0-yi 2' Ss:-3 5c2ssrs.fm-:meg +5 r.-My .- q'.-xv, m1a:.:v:q,p1- I-sf 5 gigif :lg : -IME., ,:,,i'I-Mbit-If A- - ' Ii":,."!?I T: " '7-af: 'L5'D'f' , " '3fLi.-'WWI HTIEITPIRAE' ' IWIIIIIIAW ' 'A 'PL-',:, - X 1 xx' "Ink As ' "nf ,I ant, I I I ll 'sl 1 I '- X 'IXIJK-D'H ' fff' , . H x I' lmff. H 'MI f Ex ,IIT I 'fluff "7 "2VZi7f'I'IIi:IRS5e4f NNN -Jw ...,. . .... .. . rr-will X -- II 'law III' .'fgIIxm,nI , igzggag -:x.i,,51 5,1 5 5:,,,j-c,3,SQ.feI4,..- 'S f?m'1:'-fi'-'IN 555155331 fribsnu .X mia. mf, x ::.fI.fff'I2I4g -If "" if 5.3-Eff? Ft- 'fs I ' XI.f1rXS5 QZRIIIII , E 4xXNQQAyN,g1,w7ft Q Xxwfng . I. X v XNkXwffa"'N - XX I S. XxxmlX'NE!9:T f X vi l w x . Xx 5. X .X I lj A X I NX Xxx 1 RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT NG. I CIGRRETTES. Cigarette Smokers who are Willing to pay a little more than the price charged for the ordinary . trade Cigarettes, will find TI-IIS BRAND superior to all others. ' The Richmond Straight Cut Nfo. I Cigarettes are made from the brightest, most deli- cately flavored, and highest cost GOLD LEAF grown in Virginia. This is the OLD AND 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 on every package. The ALLEN 80 GINTER Branch of the American Tobacco Co., Manufacturers, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. I LARNED ai HATCH, H DEALERS IN e1AgEIe1aa1en'S as Flinest hoes, OF' ALL DESCRIPTIONS. I PATENT LEATHER DRESS GGODS A SPECIALTY. ii qzcljljis Gsbwcs ilj Greed Wmricly. SHOES MADE TO MEASURE BY SKILLED VVORKME N. 391 Main Street, I-Iartford, Conn. H C1861 N 1 . ' 'J ian!!! L i 1 . , N i V. l I HE HART1-ieiie LIFEYEANNUITY ,NSURANCE co1viPANY, ,f OF HARTFORD, CONN. ,mg oiiaicma isoo. ' ' i' A paiaaip cfiaiiiizai, s3ia5os,ooo 1 ' A QFFICERS. i Q H. A. WHITMAN, President. W. JILLSON, Vice-President 'V , STEPHTENP BALL, Secretary. ,i P W. A. COWLES, Asst. Secretary. 'A, T. SMITH, Supt. of Agencies. . W. B. WARNER, Asst. Suptg of'Agencies. it - , ' o 243 ANNBIAL sTATEMENT, ' A A 4 JANUARY 1, 1891. Total Assets, SI,594,648.I5.- 1 Total Liabilities, s51,222,p43.0s Membership in Force, . . . .I . 33,o87. Number of Policies Issued in ISHQO, A .' U n H Gain in Membership, . ,1.,-l-lil-1-1 A Members' Safety Funds, , . . - . A. A Insurance in Force, . - . New Business Written in 1890, . Gainin- Amount of Insurance, . . , ' Death Losses Paid to Date, . . , . . Dn Deposit With ,State Treasurer of Conn., . 1 C1395 8,4OI'. . . 3,912 3862,2I8,07 S7578,o36,ooo'.oo 3I6,IQ8,000.00 37,252,ooo.oo 34,6I3,Q27.00i 3IO0,000.00 GEC D BARTLETT MERCHAN A1LoR No '51 Asylum Street THF QTUDFNTS 7 lmlgnn :, ramen 262 MAIN STREET MAT H HEYYINS Proprletor HENRY GOWLISHAW, 162 Pearl Street Hartford Conn clzor Manu clofurer cm Gullyer, ALSO DEALER IN Barbers Supphes and all Kmds of Cutlery Razors Ground Concaved and Honed Scnssors Shears Cutlery and Lawn Mowers Ground and Repaured 190 QMNIBUS, t me 3 i ,I HACIQAND IVERYSTABLE, A '5 alfld '7 Pine Street, ' I HARTFQRD, CQNN. iii 1 Special Attention Given to Coaching and Excursion Parties. 1 - 1 FOUR AND SIX-HORSE ' COACHES AND AOMNIBUSES, WITH CAREEUL AND EXPERIENCED DRIVERS, FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. ,ll 'K c I . TELEPHONE CONNECTION. A C1915 i . cf! f. . U W IEE J G 0 oi , K1 P H ,....,.,, X 'B x d I . W' U N ' '. ,PLL i 6 ' - ,I -B. - .-vii-im , or f ir4.fff- in A in Q. ,i.iiii, ii . .W-iii, .9 M " gghiu ii- . 9.1-,,. A 5' v.-.,,...,....r.,? N D I jg: M , ni I ., 'lp-.,fq. I" iv 4 V W' wuogil gw0Q9999 .ffl 732, 1.-. , I . ' Eggggffimooonoo Y i! . 0 Ow i n g 1. '1"..-Zgjljr' 5 . ",.l?idw-1't1,f," gui' --7 o'G4"- all lfiiffiefif'i'i:E'!,!!.!!3!a'2rr21 .irish 0 tiff H'f"1'Al --' , r ---za" - , ',, , f ixes ' , - ,, ,V Q .. .?. 1 113-, -4 S. tfifhi gtg- 5 an J' ..-4 CRW Grimm- WOT- f . I " Ill-ZW omg HY. 4 V K XV. D. GARRISON, Mnnu,i.:0r. 21 - -' 'f """ .-.""..- -..." ' H ' 600 Rooms at 31.00 a day and Upwards, EUROPEAN PLAN- First-class Restaurzint, Dining- Rocimis, Cafe, and Lunch Counter, cz Za cczrfa, at inoiflemte prices. GUESTS' B.xoc.:.xc.:1': 'ro .xxii i-'maxi Giuxii Ql'IN'l'R.XI, DEPOT FREE. Travelers arriving zfwfa Grand Central Depot, SAVE CARRIAGE-HIRE AND B.-xciismzi-1 Iixviii-:ss by stopping at the Grand Union. Sm First-class Billiard and .Pool Ronin. C1923 ,. a . f' .V 3" 5" Q is 9 and Q U! 5' . girl Q? ., , iii ,.. MI' iii A, 1' gf' . -al? , . 4 3- gh? .4 ,J nu Yllll EIIIUU El Ullll ur fillllll UUHBB? WUEANIEWANS Then do not drink coffee roasted by the old method when T5f. you can get the N ROYAL DUTCH COFFEE, Fu ,lijlfjl ROASTED BY THE 'lluql , 3.5153 BEACH PROCESS. 'N 'N , W This is a method, secured by Letters Patent No. 300,436, dated june 17, 1884, for removing theTANNIC ACID' from green coffee before roasting, making a stronger, smoother, richer, and more fragrant beverage and one that can be drank by the niost deli- cate without injury. . QE Does 'ordinary Coffee make you bilious? Does it cause heartburn? Does it cause headache? If drank late at night, cause wakefulness? If so, Tamzzk Aczki and the aczkis of ffegefaizbn are the cause. . These injurious qualities are removed by this process. Therefore, if you will use this delicious, rich, and smooth coffee, you will have nodiscomforts. OYAL UTCI-I OFFEE CTrade-Mark.j . Possesses the good qualities of the best coffees grown. Where- everintroduced it has received the highest commendation for every excellencv from the very best judges. And was awarded First Prize Gold Medal at the New York State Food Exhibit 1889. For the protection of the con- sumer, Royal Dutch Coffee is packed and sold only in 1 and 2 lb. sealed packages, and 2 lb. cans. ABSOLUTELY PURE, FRESH, AND WHOLESOME. ALTER MCE AN, E AL5ANY,N.Y. 8 If you want good Coffee, insist on your grocer getting the ROYAL DUTCH. 25 C 1935 L. r 1 ,H-gm-pam E ii E . v V. F E E x . i H l 1 '+ 2 i I I a 1 V X . V . Qglcnator and all 'NLodcrn Uonuc B TeiRmS: per day", Qffioc on Ground Fluor. f- HQTEL QKVVICK GEO. E. BARR, Proprietor, Mailp Sbreeli, Dear R. R. Dqlpob, 4? SPRINGFIELD, MASS, ' 0 ir y alace oi'cT:l,i-gif 45 4F 1, 43316 noxville, ann. , l O41 RECENTLY RENOVPXTED BND FURNISHEDJP0 r Modern Improvezzzezlts. Steam Ifcat. Electric Lights. Elevator. ' ' BARR QQ 13ARIi, Managers. BALR R'S R ES'FAU RANTo ' 'IN fir fl- 'ff' JIM frr fr- vi- fifir- ri- vfr 'TH " - The Favorite Resort. ' 3 'X1f'WN1f' of Rv of -X14-slr of 51, wif of -.lr NLLLLQ1, NGRTHTXNYPTGN. I YVYTXSS. C1945 EMMIIQIQ, HRNHAM X4 . CD. ,V Q, - i, GM. FV 6vB""R 1 n ' a 1 , iw A ,, 4 i 1 - Y A S4 6 Gam? A A umm f. , . ' ,Lax """"""""""""' A ' R' - W A R R RRARR fi ' ' . N 1- I P I. . Q RARRRRR, , Ri A H A f A 5 m N, WA 7' ' ,ML 'V A A A2 A ,ff . ,A . ,W 1 V' XX' , A MANUFACTURERS 5.3 .X RETAIL SEALERS or A , - PZINEREADY-MADE QLQTI-une, 64, 66, and 68 Asylum Street, QQy,.DRESS SUITS TO RENT. HARTFORD CONN , l X C1955 , P B RTGTVPES, LBERTVPES, fi? +25- O IQ, Pnereeaanns IN 'RINTING INK. RTOTYPES or Albertypcs are printed on a printing press in printing ink, and do not fade any more than a steel engraving. We combine the Camera and the Printing Press so closely that our pictures equal the finest photographs. While photographs are apt to fade, our Artotypcs remain as per- manent as any printed matter, this fact makes our process invaluable for illustrations for Books, Magazines, Catalogues, etc., etc. VVe make pictures in any quantity desired, in any color and any size, and on almost any kind of paper, canvas, silk, satin, or any flexi- ble material Anything that cm be photof-1 iplied can be represented by our process We invite inspection of Olll poiti nts fiom life iepiocluctions from drawings paintings, old manustiipts ltndsctpcs 'uclntectural views pictures for medical scientinc llllllllfltlllllllff and mercantile pur poses etc EDWARD BIERSTADT 94 Reade Street, New York PHOT0 MECHANICAL PIXINTIMJ Xvfllxlxln I ST XPLHDHED 1870 C1907 . 6 Q Z W T 'SHE A' Q L , ' '.', 2 '.', ." - , ,sf ',z'z"'g,. - , . Estimates furnished on application. 9 ' 7 .'l ' EC 1- J " 4 - ihzmal -ltdqmq. Diilmii I , Plivw-i ppb! il' p inrl""l .grim Hgh? Fdyf 1. 31: 'E ,l '.-l , WJ ,n ' i if am ' '- Fine Stationery and Engraving House, 1121 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. S College Invitations rWedding Invitations Class Stationery Fraternity Stationery Banquet Menus Programmes . Diplomas and Medals Visiting Cards Steel Plate Work for Fraternities, Classes and College Annuals. 1 All work is executed in the establishment under our personal supervision, and only in the best manner. Unequalled facilities and long practical experience n u u n West st les and most artisti ff cts whi - e able sto prod ce the e y . 'c e e , 'le our rep utation is a guarantee of the quality of the productions of this house. A 'Designs, Samples, and Prices sent on application. E. HABENSTEIN, S FASHIONABLE e lia tie argifgf y tarar Parties and Weddings supplied with everything requisite. Silver of thelatest 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. I v RESTAURANT.-Regular isreansr, ion., Din11er,50c.g supper, 400. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Orders received by Mail or Telephone. Goods delivered to any part of the city. HOME-MADE CANDIES. TENNY,S CELEBRATED CONFECTIONERY. FRENCH FRUITS, fI975 . Removal. D14 JAS. fW6Mf7NU.S' 65" SONS, D8lZfZ.9f,S', 32 Pm!! Sfrcet, fiYzr'M1rd, C 01111. ms. fvfcmwvs, D.D.s. HENR 1' Mfflf'-'1Nf'5, D-D-SY CHA RLES IWCIWA zVUS, D. D-S- Jlffchalzzkal llcnlisl. Y HQIEL CAPIIQL 5 L - 6 . 'o'f'f-'-if 111 MAIN ST., IHIARTFORD, CONN. Heodguarfefs for flzose z'1z1'e1'e5fc1i in . . . . . . . . . . Y 71.111-41' Colfege. ONLY FAMILY HOUSE IN THE CITY. Rooms I-:N SI'1'1'1-1, wI'1'II PRIY.1.'1'E BATH. -'+?'NO INSIDE IQOONISJQP- Elevator and all Modern IIIIpI'ovemeIIts. Spccial Rates to the CO1T1111C1'CiZL1 Tradc. A. E. HOLCOIVI B, Proprietor. C 193 D ii H. DJJ nl"""" Oli .,.,Ap4' f MW' 1- 1 z J, . F . . .f ff ps if G0 T0 .QL - A. H0LLz1NDE1rs s0Ns READY-MADE CLOTHING, -+ 4-HATSAND CAPS. ' Cwsifcwe SWQVZQ Q Spacialiy. 82 to 88 Asylum Sh., : 2 HARTFORD, CONN. QQ TRINITY CCLLEGE ST CRE. w ' Ageni f0r ROBINSON ENGRAIVJNG EQ., ' OF- BCDSTGJN. YSIYZXSS. . ' All kinds of fine engraving Work executed in neatest styles and with despatch. PLATE FOR CALLING CARDS, . . 31.00 I CARDS, per 100, .... . ' . . 1.00 I Agam? for WRIGHT 0 QITSQM . ' - Tennis, Base-Ball, and Foot-Ball'G00ds kept in stock, in their season. Special orders forwarded each Saturday. Satisfaction guaranteed. ' TEXT 500161 1 Fine Writing Paper and all kinds ef College. Stationery on hand, atall times. MARCUS WARD,S IRISH LINEN a specialty. jjgum um 0011.505 sire S CHARLES ALBERT HORNE. fI993 A . . .. -- . . I7 . CQ ..,.., -.,.-.,-..--.--.------- -- - " " ' " ' HN. I ff ld 3 g, .f-'rl' I, I-7 f 1 Q J ..-- 0 I l l 0 1 , X"u Q-ev 4335 I 1 e Hell Q Cl Il 111' ,. nf?-wx, l M 'W L QJXGSLNO. ,,., ,N , ....-..f.,.., - - . . . . .... . .. ,.-.f fy 1-IHRTFQRD. CGJNN. All bbe Iumbiou of fLQwiS, Mfr-II5, :xml ,1fl'l,1IJjllLlIl Slireelis, FACING BUSHNELL PARK. A Modern Hotel on the European Plzum. Ilot :mel Colfl Water in every l'UUlll,1ll5O Steam and Open Fire Places. The only Ilfmsc in the l'IlllL:fl Status fLl1'IllSllCCl llll'Ollg'llHlll with Importucl Rugs. 1 G. F. HEUBLEIN Q-1 mo., 12,-W,-lcuol-S. orreok F!lSljlCr3'l-Qf - mm Wm e l 3' . Q Q I1I'l HQ, ear I1 Now Exlpilmily-ll. - - - - lst! .K I Q' Www, Q5 :sl Z 1 f" Twezzfy-JUN' l'1:fzr.v E.1y'vrr12.vn'c ami Mr: fm'c.m1fj' E 7111251115111 Oughf '7 X 10 be a 5lfmc'1.c'l1f.g'NlIl'1Illfc'l.' Mui your H"'?Illf5 n're1'z'e 532 Q3 fx 9 2222 .ffl f l' j P' XX I gt X of X.- liar! .'IffCllf1.0ll hfrc. Suits to order from . Szono . x be ' Trousers, do . . r, fx, 3 Samples and Self-Measure Rules mniied F-X 5 W 1 ' I v On Apphcation. g 0 , 50 and 54 ASylum street, HARTFORD, coNN. C2005 KEQEFE al BEGANNAQQQ X57 Broadway, New Yong Hu Raee Ball """""i"Sm i N Bicycles HK f y Lawn Tennis, nv"""' 1 Ath1et1c I ag roiee Fcct Ball Flehing Tackle, :rv ND Gyrnnaeiufn SPORTING GGUDS IN GENERAL. C015 ' RIFFITH, ATES 234 Ge., Cady ek Grbmfy' ea and 9.2 1 ea ea Store ,.---.. . .4 -- Y FO1'Clg'11 and Domestic Fruits. BUTTER AND EGGS IC.E77llLfc'D 117' Il-"!l0l,lc'.S'!lLlc' PICICES. Gregory Block, 82 State Street. . 1837.134 FRANKLIN MARKET. 31891. Charles E. Arnold, 142 Hain Street .-..,,-T..oJ"'E BUTCHER' . Sl0Il0 Bridge. A Fz'1'sf-Class JlflIl'k1.'f 171 ftrwj' fx7r'.yN'ff. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Quality, Pricv, and Prompt Delivery. Quality tells Everyboclyg Evc1'ylJwcly tells Quality. TELEPHONE 671.5- 9!QROBEfiJ me GAR 1 ff5,g,fQg - CSIICCGSSOI' to Wx1.l.I.xr-1 A. f2.fxlu'II-2.1 4 fp f -04+ -+--+- -0--0-' 'V 4, H Nah Praotloal Plumber and Gas Fltter. S ,?""-""- K X l' 4" . . .'.'. TTT... .. 'Q' , . . ,1f".,,, .,,,,.,",j'j,. 1 GAS FIXTURES A SPECIALTY. 'N0. I2 Mzzfberfgf Sffrwi, ffmfzyfoffd, Come. -n 15,1 lv?- BUSTIIN, NEW YIIHK, lilllllllllll, GHHTTHNUUBH, HNII L05 HNIIELES TEACIIERS' AGENCIES. EVEEETT CD- F1512 ci: CCD-, PrOp1'ietOrS- 7 Tremont Place, 6 Clinton Place, 1o6 xVZllJI'lSll Avenue, .gon Riclmrmlsfm lllock, moi- So. Spring St eetv BOSTON. NEW YORK. cmcmso. cll.x'1"1'.lxxmum. LOS ANGELES AGENCY MANUAL FREE TO ANY ADDRESS 12025 9 a-aw X I Store, n-,..,,,,.s UU PRICES In ' . am. ----H+ ,,:.'JL fa will p ,M ., Wifi LW.-M ,Sf . A. F' ,Z ll W Miha ' I -+'!'HCRSFORDi'S -1- Acln -rf PHosPHA-rE-x-+- Prepared according to the directions of Prof. E. N. HORSFORD. I 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. I Dr. D. P. McClure, Rantoul, Ill., says: l I I " Very beneficial to strengthen the intellect.'L Dr. O. C.Stout, Syracuse, N. Y., says: r, "I gave itfto 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,,Cananolaigua, N. Y., says: I "I recommend it as a restorative in all cases where" the' nervous system has been reduced below the normal standard by overwork, as found in brain workers, professional men, teachers, students, etc." - Dr. F. Lytle, Lebanon, Ill., says: I y "I have personally used it with marked advantage when over- worked, and the nervous system much depressed." Dr. E. Robinson, Cleveland, O., says: u "Can cordially recommend it as a brain and nerve tonic." Descriptive pamphlet free on application to Rumfurrl Eheminal Wurks, Providence, R. I- ' BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS. CAUTION, -Be Sure the Word KG Horsfoydn is przhted on the label. All others are spurious. Never sold in bulk, V - A , fzogj Eleffrzkal Meizfurenzeni Ajljmmtuy ANI! Gwzeml Elcclrzkal Sfifrplzbs, X ' 15 ELECTRIC LIGHT AND PUWER, TELEGRAPH AND T, I Telephone, E xperimen lers' Supplies, E T T . Electric Bells, Burglar and V K X 5 - Fire Alarms, Medical u H ' itil B fr ' , Er. T .iv - Q0 ,. ' 1 llfy I ii ff-1 A 11 A W . , r . .b ' 'JI The E. S. GREELE1 65' CO., ll ik ' -.f, lj' MN fg llll Mam1faclz1rer.Q, Imporlers, and 1lea1.fr.w, "R " If X R-- f' 'W-E Nos. 5 and 7 an smfsr, - - New rank. N- f Tho R ll 1' . .,'t:i::n0mi..z:."'2 'mg GCD TCD THE PERA we QUSE ee ARBER ae SHOP, 1 .x'1' -- , ' 3 91 MAIN STREET. Hair C5u1'1'ing, Sgmaeing, Saampooing. JOSEPH OBERT, - - PRQPRIETQR. f'2u4j I1 1-""' , , XAZEDDING PRESENTS in Fine Royal Worcester and Doulton Pottery, 1 Silver Plated Ware, Cut Glass, etc., Useful and Ornamental Household Utensils. I A ' HARD WOOD MANTELS TILE HEARTHS and FACINGS. All K1HdS of Flre Place F xtures Brass Goods Ele ants PIRHO Lamps Table and Han 1ng Lamps 4:9 RICH MQND RANGEb Qtr VICTOR STEAM HEATERS RICHARDSON ce' BOYNTON s PERFECT HOT WATER BOILERS OLIJS 6: TATI-IIPPLE 249 Nlam Street, Hartford, Conn ALEXANDER CURRY 'Rag FINE CALF try? RR. Qzytwgtyttee ,L IQSQCYFS AND SI-IGES if -sv- MQ BEPHIBINE umm nuut trays , o 110 Retreat Ave Hartford Conn FRANK IT. ERYS E E 8 Gentrul Row, fIZlI'tf0I'd, GOIQIQ. ix ,LT ,gb ,.,,,q.1-,,. AY6 ,AE -.s2.---.,,...,,sL.-,-EE,,m-.J....... STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO GALE. GJ-L Ei NS! -v' X57 Tl W + + T 'TTT gfgjn-:v" T ','l'Kf"'TY"""' 3Tff""1Y"T"T A LADIES, IDININGFROONI CONNECTED. ERNST SCHALL, EEJEWELER --AND-' SIIQVERSMITHEEP DIAMONDS AND FIJVE DVA TCHlf.'S' S'l'I:'C'f.fI f,vTV. --::Ef19QQELTlEE.-fa2E:s+- T DE5fGNSflTR'DA 1557711i.f1TAy'2f.wA !'Y,'R.Yf.S'f1'li'D GRA 775. SOLE AGENCY EOR THE CELETm.Ex'1'T-:Tu HARUNDEL " EYE-GLASSES. YEEEQ IXXeE1's Eine Rcsa g-Gla s Cll lfsliimg. ALL THE LATEST STYLES NOXV IN STOCK. A GQSTQM DEPARTMENT Suits to Order from 325.00 -..-lE.----. .. ,. E ' and Upwar-cis. Run Bilge of Slzexjlgis, Bicycle, mjel Quffxjg Sniifs lqczczxclcy for IIDSPZCTEIT SPECIAL DISCOUNT .'1LLOlV19ll T0 STVDENTS. w. F, WHITTLESEVgcLLLCQT.LAUAL 34 To 38 Agxggxosg-6.., HA , C2065 TED slim ig '. Q, OST APPROVED r Photo llleehanreal, Photo Lrlzhegraphre, and PheteEngral11ng I I I me are wiv WTF , +atfPROCESSES.2tK- an lliews ef allellege Buildings, Pertraits ef the Faculty, and , 'lllustratieris fer Gellege Jeurrials. Slk A12 S12 Slk Alk Alk Slk S12 S12 are Slk ilk Salk ilk Slk S12 S12 Slk Slk eiioii PQ riigtiijg OIIQPELIQ , CDONALD RAMSEY, TREASURERJ A 211 Tremont Slireeti, Bosborp. WTF WTFWTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTFWTFWTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF Cuts for College Publications. F Copies of Architectural, Mechanical, Scientiic, and other Drawings, V Maps, Plans, and Diagrams. Artistic Programmes, Invi- tations, Menu Cards, Dance Orders, etc., etc. 1 ESTIMATES AND SPECIMENS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. h C2075 ..-4 GP' QDLE Mafzzgfaclzzrefs arm' Deczlw s zzz al! Amds 0 JD Lf ID 'ff U13 es-ES-E863 3-35 a+ STUDENTS PA TIEONA GL' SOLJCITLD We have a very large and salable Stock of all kmds of Furmture at the very Lowest Pnces 1,4 -'-Q Xf"1+-' Peaee GGY? ang. Ecgjcamme Nos 306 TO 313 PEARL STREET Opposzte the Solclwos' Jllemoo ml Illmnmacnt -4 E- 208 w x I I w , 1 A 3 ii 1 X Q i W 9 X 9 ....---A W.. --E -----4---X' K ia . Q ff . , E I SX N ,X Xp, f 'Q we fe I - e - Q- 3 H . 5! if ' . .. li E Z5 we C00 Cm ' . . ig , 9 - . E- -e -we e- -ga e- gi coo 'cm ' ' dn Un fun mb if :I ..1,. V of - . P1 dz V ii - 7 4 1 ii ' Qi fi - . . ii ' . - 5 'Q Q. ,I V . , 4 il 1 1 il I x '- if 9 EE if , 5 L E . ii - Q j Y-M 6 6 0 W C., " a 3- -X- LEE as 4 Y Q s C 5 Z E 3 -in-,S I A A. MARWICK, JR., 81 CO. A 'RRK DR G STORE OLR LINE IS COMPLETE OUR OUALITY IS BEST OUR PRICES ARE LOW brlwe UQ an C331 and Examlne Our Stock One Block from Umon Depot 376 ASYLUM STREET . av Aikfvyfff. ' W , si 5 ' 0A'f7f99 e lb Q 38 ,Q 5115- y A Q pg -- J 110053 SR ,Qs If - N ll Nonf in 1. 5' -7 W 'ffmli " 45,47 V Exe, 5'x5fetbI15Ee:Ql 11'2 M926 ROBBINS BROTHERS GIFIQIIZQIFG ef USFQ 6-ISQFIPIICWQ , A Pagsenger E lwaior. Pzflces Marked Plambf l h REPAIRING .OIF ALL KINDS. NO. 209 MAIN STREET. 9 3 'K 'r V . I . ' N ' i ' P - f-X1 Q a , ' K, - . 2 I Q . . t E 1 n . .,,,. ,BX A 'di as I Zh . , f J: . - " li ' 4413" Tai? V 0 4 4? V Y- . 9 , I N N ' ' ' -I In A . .. ' ., 1 f I . .. Vg..-.ff 'Aw , ,A ' Q 2 - ' -'T 2 ' 1, 4 . A ' , - g X I 4, . fx ,. A UL, .V.A. V ,.x....:.: .' N 5 V l Tc ' 12 ?',Ilyw- f' A n . 1 .- -. 2. .I 270 ' ' Z . IV Qr- 559. V l -Qkg..-. D 1, 5.5: - X f . ,n '-- 21- - p 4- . - I. 1- .- .- -. ":.-1 .. ' iz I -F9- MCS! 'wig-,xx . r' in sg! E - I . . - - 4 f - wg ' w 99. Q Isl , . . , -- 1 -J r ,Q . 5 ' . " 5. . ni? Z n fm 1 5, . 4 gl, , f , X 3. uJ ,f . , ., .I 1 ' ,- Hx Nl ' I ' Q '51 'ftftwff "lim A M,q"I' 'gif XF? 'l ' 4' - ' ' , lu- 'lu 4, L . - , 11 ' , - 4 . 1 af- -' f . Q A .g , .I I , 4 .v 1. . - - q - xv Xxsalnq h. -. hifi? ' . I I- 0- " 7 J . x' p 1 . I -X , I, . I 2 A I is-, A -.029 I ' ,hu ' '. , z - W' ix I ' . ' ' ix in . n. I 5 5 ' Q . , 1 In 1 ' . 4 1 i C.. . Q - - I 3 Q , .. ,. 9 L ' I ' . i I . 4 V . , 1 I , 1 D . i 27 C' 209 D Y. I. WHOLESALE! -- lf vv-vvvfv-Y- +All! -Y, A --.-.--.-.--v--avg' .w. -1-TF4 fN-.-:-..-:.-F-.--.-LA:-zfv--so 0211121-li:-25::Lg.-:A:-:-1:-:Agn ' '-'U 1'-ZAVIJVG FORJIIED COJVIVECTIOXVS LVJTII Tll!:' !,:flA'I,'li !5l!l'OA'7'lfVG AND CUT- TING IIOUSES, IVE ARE NOIV l'Rl:'l'.'1R!:'lJ TO l"URNl.S'lf G!:'.W.S' TO THE VTRADE, DIRECT. WE ff,-1 rw ON ff.-W0 Tlflx' 1,.-ffc1,'1f.s'7' .s'7'0c.'fr Off' ii. M if W ,Q 35 Diamonds, Rubiss, Sspphirss, Emsrslds, Pssrls, Spinsls, Turquoise, I-Iyssiriths, O Etc., IN NEW ENGLAND. REPRESE1VTfA'G AS IVE DO TUE I-I'i'!:'l',L-ICVOHOV EXPERT, MR. O. M FARRAND,- EVE ARE ALSO PREP.-IRED TO FURNISII AT SIJORT NOTICE THE HIGHEST GRADE OF " OLD .lffiVE" .-LVD "STEEL BLUE" DIAAIONDS, AND OTHER RARE VARIETIES OF GEJIS AT TILE !.OIVE.S'T ,ILJRKET PRICES. ae -ag E. G. LEWIS ai cs., IIYIPORFIYHRS' yiafzmwg, 5 Haynes St.1 18 and 19 GOOdWil'1 Bldg. LHartford. A 4210, 1 3 , T UT 'U I: iii , . so 1 STOKES' MARKET, ' LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY- FOR Meats and Vegetgblgg ' OF THE FINEST QUALITY ONIQF, - ' POULTRY and GAME, FRESH EGGS and BUTTER. ' Allyn Hall 178 ASYLUNI STREET Telephone call 133 3 M M BACON Botlluqg lflSldlilllaSl'llCl'lGlll and Soda Water Manufaotery I 13 MORRIS ST HARTFORD CONN Bottling done for Fam1l1es 4 Bottled Ale Porter C1der and Soda. Water TONIC LEMON 'and ORANGE PI-IOSPI-IATE I Bottles Bought and Sold Henry Elms Pnze Medal Bottled Lager Beel HOUSE ESTABLISHED 31822 -'AMES H PARKER PARKER 8a COL QSucces1sors of Fox 62 COD N0 17 CENTRAL ROVV H A WI-IOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN l OROOERIES OONDIMI.-:NTS SAUOES A CFIAMPAGNZS PURE LIQUOJCS IMPORTED CIGAIES LTC ETC . ' ers for Goods by Maul or Telephone will be carefully executed at Lowest Market PTICBS C2115 MCCLUNIIE, ,qw .X,,.X,., ., A A ...A R A A fxfh ' " I ' h " ' ' ' ' IW. bg X F., rr ,Ili Vw, vii, C . S+- l LW 2- L- Of'-I Fa 2: I'-y'f 504 ' Cliff wh.,-5 mi ff - if, ,. ,HW-' l.,,f'f.e 'j.-11-1-Q-'T Eg' f 153-4334-62, N qtv ,,kN'jfA,,, fix-, J5s-.w j,.lf'f53, 969620 " G fx,xfX!x,xJ-H,-NJN-S!-X!,xf.x,X,.XJx!.XJ.xf.x,x-,X,-x,-,,fxAfgf-A fwfnf fx f' 1 Y f .f J" ' 1 1' .f , 1 1 J ,- dlp, ' , ROTEORIEINAE EIRO STGRE.Vx-0+- 224 Asylum Etreet, - - 14 I-Iartfnrcl, Bunn ARDWARE IN EVERY VARIETY.-5+-H ELEGANT POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, RAZORS, 'MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS, DRAWING MATERIALS, METALS IN SHEETS, RODS, WIRE, ETC., . .ALL KINDS OF MECHANICS' TOOLS, FEATHER DUSTERS, CARPET SWEEPERS, ETC., AT NEW YORK CITY PRICES. - FRANCIS gl CO., - - 343 MAIN STREET l 1-'ui THE CRAWFORD SHGE FUR GENTLEMEN. . Qvamfevd Bee: QIORQ-:3 . IEEJAQEBUTIFCDIBJEJIIEIRMALETCDJEI, ELQJ7 IMIJALEIS' EBTPJEMEGIBUT -A T. G. BURNHAM in Charge. BOUVE, CRAWFORD .sz CO. CORPORATION, YMAKERS I A QZIZD 'I H f if f ' , , A . . - 7, , V. K5 FoRTlETn ANNUAL STATEMENT , or THE ' HIENIX MUTUAM13FliE.i3.S'i?3ll:?nY ASSETS, JANUARY 1, 1891. Loans on First Mortgages of Real Estate, . 6 , Premium Notes and Loans on Policies in force, . Real Estate owned by the Company, . . . . 36,26I,705.87 . 824,436.78 . I,149,819.38 United States, Municipal, and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, . 1,oo7,665.36 Bank Stocks, ..... . , Interest due and accrued, . ' . Deferred and outstanding premiums, Cash on hand and in bank, . Gross Assets, January 1, 1891, . . LIABILITIES. Reserve on. .Policies in force, 4 per cent. interest CConnect1cut and New York standardj, .. . Special Policy reserve, ..... Reserve on Real Estate Account, . .' . Premiums. paid in advance and loading on outstand- .ing and deferred premiums, . . - . . Claims by death outstanding and other liabilities, . - 189,429-00 171,307-73 .Io3,173.o3 - 322,597-78 S10,030,634.93 S8,713,722.oo 497,991-00 96,690.26 32,469-69 111,699.66 A.-A-l- Surplus at Four per cent., . . . Surplus at Four and one-half per cent., ' A. ' 9,452,572.61 . S578,062.Z-32 . S1,087,791.32 17wZs Coanpany has paid sfincc organization for DEATH LOSSES, MATURED ENDOWMENTS, DIVIDENDS T0 POLICY-HOLDERS and SURRENDERED POL- ICIES, 'more than .5930,000,000.00. During the year 1890 an increase was made in each of the following items: ASSETS, SURPLUS, NEW INSURANCE, NEW PREMIUMS, ' RENEWAL PREMIUMS, and INSURANCE IN FORCE. The new plans of the Company are brief, clear, and liberal- Life and Endowment Policies have endorsed upon them definite cash, loan, 61001 Daid-up values, and in case of lapse insurance is extended without action on the part of the insured. , 1 The new Term Plan furnishes protection at a low' Drlce, and gf?-DTS valuable privileges in case a change is desired to some other form of in- surance. JONATHAN B. BUNCE, President. JOHN M. HOLCOMBE, Vice-President. CHARLES H. LAWRENCE, Secretary. - C2135 , XVILLIAM I-I' G-Ross. L'1tVE1m'r'r 1s,1ci',KNAv. ulcolzmc iv. WAIRFIICLD BOOKJ' 'LE STATIONERY. L,--f.--.-.f-.-J-v A.-J---'-v--Y:-.i-.-.-:-,T0 Invite Attention to their Large Stock of Iexgarziig ' ii giratexd ' eeIig, I 6 if B 3 LIBRARY BOOKS, CHlLDREN'S BO0KS, THE OLOGICAL BO0KS, BIBLES ana' PRAYER BO0KS, SCHOUL BO0KS, BLANK B00lfS, MEBCANTILE B00l!S, FINE STATIONERY, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, SLQ. t Q GPGSS CZEPG FOP Q Q0-,S - QBOSTONJ ' Wedding Gnniis, Visiting Qards, Flint Eitaiinnerg. 77 and 79 Asylum Street, Hartford, Conn. I214I ' X J' I Go LL 1,9 FRA TFRNWY E NE ORK I HORSMAN "J 1 ,---,.,,, ' .,l'i'.'f3f1 SH I-I -,, , 1, -. IM PROVE D gd:-Q-QQ!!!!!.!!!QL'!!MlEeeg., Z'EQ!eQ!!QQL!.l!L!llQQQ.!. flnnguuuuuumlnnggq V , n , .--.-. 33515 ii!-EE! Egg!-Lf' Qiffiiiginniiiugguuuggggggle ef' --H-L E - ee-+1-L-W + ef 1 E- T 'HEL Qijiji,iJ ggggugupei i Efuguugunlnuuguggggf, -f niqfni-64-51 I A I K I -?Ei3!.Q!!QQl!ll!!S:?y For 1891 z "':,2IfQ 2i5 ', Y ' . I Good Tennis Players use the " ECLIPSE " Racket. Send for Tennis Catalogue. Special Rates to Clubs. E. I. I-IORSMANQ 341 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. C2165 EADQEIARTERS FUR Tlfllflrf : igi"i....-'. ':i.Tgi'i1iT"gi"i,i ' ' 5 ' ,rm -4 A3-'I Cieaca Fgews mgesg FINE PARLOR STQVES, HOT AIR FURNACES, GAS AND OIL STQVES, REFRIGIzIzA'IfoRS, Im-Q., CHARLES KING, 497 and 499 Main street. Ty, I iZfkiim,-,I,,,,,9,,,-AAMW.X W Q LAQALLL SQA , lg "g EQtQ FQI Q1C1:Z?+f- W A I ' TUDIQ. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. 2671 JIIALZV STREE2 C072 Peclfjl. 4 S GSTude1jTs,EEifr?1jQ1Sca Solicifczel. S runKaenneLMfb--biquor Jfagif. J fl sk ak X In All the Wofrlcl there is but One Cure. :gc :iz :Zz +- Sole Agefzfs, SEIVD PQI? PAJIIPHLET. A. W. SAWTELLE SL Co., - - DRUGGISTS 94 MAIN STREET, BRANCH STORE, 31 MAIN STREET, E HARTFORD' CONN' QZISD im . INCREASED EACILITIES EOR , COMPOSITION, ELECTROTYPING, I PAPER-IvIAI4INO,L I I I I I . I THE :rw ni I 4 if ,I+ .. ..,.-. I w5'5"" P ,r I I I I I A I rx? ' . . I A 3 I S I PRESSWORK, AND BINDINGI SCSKFFD A I wN fhmo Lwprooed Alochhuwy and Hlahw7oL ' . 'm .PISA IIS Sh- Q LINES f H I I I ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO K i II I A III, I QCOLLEGTD PUBLICATIONS L I I I I I I I ' I AND I I I IW' ILLUSTRATED WORKS. W I T CASE LOGKIIIIOOD BRIIINARD G0 A I A PRINTERS, BINDERS, I I ' AND ' I BLANK BOOK IVIANUFACTURERS. I ' 'I 5 ' ' EDITION AND MISCELLANEOUS III A I irq I BINDING. I III If I I IIN! I ini AI ,AITAA II III , A I I AI Q, I Q Lzoffoffy Volumes and Old Books Ro-oozmd ' MI II ' I 1 I cmd Ropazofod. Z If I SS I+- I I - YW I ' I I THE FINESTIWORK AT FAIR PRICES. I I Q III . II I . l 1 - Qjw LQ Esfzonafos Fmfnzsheci. I'D'III IQ l 945' QRS' f 2 '- AIIQO OFFICE AND WORKS QQHP- 1 J PEARL AND TRUIVIBULL STREETS, I HARTFORD, CONN. I' I Printers and Binders Of HTHE IVYH' f A IF I 5 I C2195 ' I I 1 I I I Q I I I , I I I I1 ' I I WM. WANDER :SL SON, Steinway, Decker Bros., Fischer a5l!?,,6NQ9-Q5 l'in.n,o.-e To Hvfn.f,. M usic and Musical Hooks, and Musical Merchandise of every description. 239, 241, and 243 Asylum Siu., lliiriforcl, Conn. . WATCHES, i I X SIJIECS JEWELRY, ,bf imc is Q CLOCIQS, . ' EYE-GLASSES ALL. KINDS ENGRAVING NEATLY DoN13 AT ' 2 H. A. DEMINCUS, CFormerly of Deming 85 Gundlachj ALL YN HO U'S.E JE IVELER. -1 ' 'i f-if ,i i ' so lit 5 F Q-T-2-, -"wx 'ir . tif my J 'ai " url 3 I 65 i i M 55 - A 'Q , 'vv.f"1,. " rf" :Tir ig Jw' 'T' 1 if Q-r5jf'flf"f-S-The fl - fi y a if WE ' ' ' fi-T. jd' rifizazifii, tLM,ci2tARL5g, 44 'E have very complete facilities for producing engravings -such as are used in college annuals. Our photo-engraving and zinc methods will be found best adapted for the reproduction of pen drawings, While our Mosstype method produces engravings directly from photographs. We have facilities for printing these plates, and will be glad at any time to submit estimates." . A- Qzzoj "Nm Y .shu- M. E e T 2 1 B 1 N mann ' e 4 p E y 4 i v"fl 'fe l 1' A. H. SCDHIVIIDT, atcb ano bronomctcr aber, e Dealer in FINE WATCHES, nIAMoNDs, CLOCKS, end JEWELRY HE BEST IS NONE Too soon. . . . WCQJEW 5 a Q M Flake cafe. especially adarfed for Three kings, ' 1 fha Pfre. a . E Turkish, Periflue, ana' llirginia. , Vanity I,-air, Virginia Hakes, Mellow Mixture, , nf .: 0,01 60,01 '-f-' . if ..,1 - f' r -4 Turkish ana' PGPIQUG. EE, E' ,E granulated Mixture, - Turkish and Virginia. I fb Monte 5-,.,'Sf0, Salma undi, E enque and V"'9"7'a- fp, ,"' Potpourri, and Piccadilly, Genuine Turkish. - ' The Latest. in PREMIERE QUALITE GIGARETTES. . Incomparable. A Luxury. Not a Lovv Priced Article. The Finest Smoking Mixtures are of our Manufacture. Wm. S. Kimball 85 Co. Branch, The American Tobacco Co., Seventeen First-Prize Medals. , E ROCHESTER, N. Y. THE ALLYN HoUsE.e T HE Leading Hotel in the City, centrally located and most convenient to places of interest and business. f wk- C . . Nearest hotel to railroad station. Horse cars to depot pass the door every tive minutes. Strictly first-class in all its appointments. - - " , " " ' Q ROBERT ALLYN, Pofopwletor. Q 221 Q GEO. W. FLINT 81, CO. Chambers Parlor F umiiure - At Very Low Figures. Cikiiflssis 'elrzel OF THE BEST INIANUFACTURE. GEO.. WV. BOLINT Sn Go. 61 Asylum Street, HARTFQRD, . . CONN. , FI N E GROCERI 15235555--fs-is Pure Teas, Pure Oojjfees, and Pure Spices. 1' WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF EllQ19'G56OlG9QT Eclmiipcgy groceries, A' ' ' " M- i ALSO ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OF Fancy, Groceries, Canned Fruits, and Vegetables, ALSO CANNED MEATS AND FISH A' A Of the best quality possible to be had. Lowest Possible Prices fbr' Fine Gooids. Hlnus al ee., ,se ASYLUM STREET, - - - HARTFORD, CQNN. fzzzj , J SHEET Music, X X , wg aw S1 'I M !.- x ,xx K 5 mg K YQ., S X6 gwwv wg GALLUP at METZGER ianus aqd Ugans, ' BANJOS, GUITARS, ETC. A Instruments Rented 203, and 205 Asylum St Hartford and Sold on Installments qv W! 1' -- 4 x , f :EQf,'WS35 fihw 'QSQ .f 5 - x QQ, my A WWI? 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L .Ce-' 5RQ55?'vx 26 21116128 llksigluaq Qt., DQAYYS HARTFORD, coNN. Ca LMecK1NTQ51aE5fff Fine RL1bbSf, Shoes. E f227P In 4 , I-' 3 ' v 1 I.I QI! A' 1 l I I ,N Q .I II I M , I i , I - I . . E I I I . ., b I .A - I i . I ", , o E ' A I Illlfam E. BEADS I -GJ., Q I 428 and 430 Nlain St., Hartford, Conn. I. gf-liielislic lqeusezizupgrsljrijgcg gel lggecorferlrljag QI Specially. A CARPETS, CIIRTAINS, DECORATIONS, , PAPER-I-IANGINGS. I Our assortment is always large and varied in style and quality. Our stock is never ' Q33 so low but that the most difficult and fastidious can find much to admire , . Q . and tempt them. Goods cheerfully shown at all times, and all articles q it 'Q guaranteed as recommended. We 'solicit an examination of H Garpefe, Qaper-Hdngingo, Eecordfioqe, fiurfcliqo, E. , , ,I 'I ,Il , I Nattinga, Cai?-Cirotia, Ragga, ere., U I I WILLIAM II. PoST a co. PSTTERV IE GLASSWARE. II WE ARE MAKING A FINE DISPLAY OF i . if -I I lf? 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