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All that llfe can give us ours should be.
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Hy the hands ol children. ever true:
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liver. ln the coming years he new.-Clim'ux.
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At the gold-en gates of morn-ing:
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tileatns hrlght as the Del-phic water:
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ls :I dlp from our Al-tna Matet.
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Old Un-ion. stniling o'er us.
An.l tor ma-ny a day as thy walls grow gray.
May they rlng with thy chll.lren's cho-rus.
Could our praises throng on the waves of song.
Like an Orient lleet. gem-bringing.
We would bear to thee the argosy.
Anti crown thee with pearls of singing:
But thy smile beams down beneath a crown.
Whose glory asks no other:
We gather it not tron the deep sea-grot-
'Tis the love we bear our Motlier!-Clvurux.
Let the joy tltat falls frotn thy dear old walls,
Unchanged brave tlme's on-darting.
And our only tear falls once a year
On hands that clasp ere parting:
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And their spell once more h:tth
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Q.'1'11stccs of llnion College
'HIS EXCELLIENCY BENJAMIN B. ODELI., JR., Governor.
, HON. TIMOTHY I.. WOODRUFF, Lieuten:1nt-Governor.
HON. JOHN T. MCDONOUGH, Secretary of State.
HON. ERASTUS C. KNIGHT, Comptroller.
Lu HON JOHN P. JAECKEL, TI'C!lSLIl'CI'.
KHON. JOHN C. DAVIES, Attorney-Generzll.
SILAS B. BROWNELL, LL. D., 7I W:1lI Street, New Yo1'k.
REV. WILLIAM IRWIN, D. D., New York.
HON. JUDSON S. LANDON, LL. D., Sclieiiectmly.
HON. EDWARD W. PAIGE, LL. D., New York.
WM. H. H. MOORE, A. M., LL., D., SI Wzlll Street, New York.
DENIS WORTMAN, D. D., Suugerties.
JOHN H. STARIN, Pier 18, N. R., New York.
JOHN A. DE REMER, A. M.,ScI1enectz1dy.
CLARK BROOKS, A. M. S4 Willizims Street, New York.
Riav. GEORGE ALEXANDER, D. D., IOTII Street :intl University Place, New Yo1'k.
HON. WARNER MILLER, LI.. D.. Herkimer.
NICHOLAS V. V. FRANCHOT, A. M., Olezm, N. Y.
WILLIAM B. RANKINE, A. M.. Ni:1g:11':1F:1lIs.
HON. DANIEL S. LAMONT, 35 W:1lI Street, New York. ,
EDGAR S. BARNEY, A. M., 36 Stuyvesant Street, New York, term of oftice expiring
REV. PHILIP H. COl.E, A. M., Syracuse, N. Y., term of oftiee expiring June, 1902.
GEN. DANIEL BUT'I'ERFlELD, 616 Fifth Avenue, New York, term of office expiring
EDWARD P. WHITE, A. M , Amstertlzim, N. Y., term of office expiring June, 1904.
ANDREW V. V. RAYMOND, .fi Ll KP, df I3 lf.
I'rvsiden,t of Union University.
A. B., Union, 1875, A. M., I878, D. D., 18855 LL. D.,Willi111ns, 1894.
HENRY WHITEHORNE, JP IS l1'.
Nutt Professor CNO. lj, of Gracie Lfmgurige mul L'itei'at1w'e.
A. M., University of Mississippi, 1848, LL. D., Union, 18875 University of Oxford,
Ellglillkl, 1834-1839, Principal of St. 'l'll0lllIlS Hzxll, Holly Springs, Miss., 1846,
Professor of Greekzlncl Ancient l.iter:1tnre, University of Mississippi, 18555 Professor
in Union :incl Principnl of Clnssicnl Depnrtinent in Union School, 1862118692 Professor
of Greek Lnnguzige :ind Literziture, Union, si11ce 1869, Dean of Union College,
WILLIAM WELLS, 45 li K.
.l,I'QfGSSU'I' of Modern Larrgimges mul Lite'rrrt1u'e, ami Lectuwi' on Crwrent
PI1. D., Berlin, 1848, LL. D., lllLll!ll'lZl Asbury University, 1875, Professor of Modern
l.:1ngn:1ges :incl Literziture in Genesee College, 1852-1865, Professor of Moclern
l.!lll2,'LlZlHCS :incl Literature i11 Union since 18655 Lecturer o11 Cnrrent History
MAURICE PERKINS, J' I3 K, Z5 E.
Nott Professor QNo. .rj of Analytical C'l1cmi.wt1'y.
A. M., Harvnrcl, 1865, M.D., A. M. C., 1871, Assistant Professor of Cliemistry in the
College of Pliysicizlns, New York City, Assistnnt to Rnn1ford Professor, L:1wrence
Scientific School, Hnrvnrd, Professor of Annlyticnl Chelnistry in Union since 1865,
A11tl1orof"A Course in Anulyticnl Cl1en1istry," nncl of HEStll'l1ZltlOl1 of Urea" and
WENDELL LAMOROUX, 'l ll' T, fl' 13 lf.
B., Union, l844Q A. M., 1847: lnstructor i11 Modern Langixages and Assistant
Professor Belles Lettres, 1850-18535 Acting Professor of Motlern L:1ngu:1ges, 1862--
1864q Acting Professor of Rhetoric, Columliia, 1886-1869, Professor of English
Essays anti Frencli, Wells, 1873-1876, Professor English Essays, Union, 1876-18855
l.il1rarian since 1885 and l.UCtlll'Cl', 1895-. Contributor to various periodicals o11
Etincation and Art.
OLIN H. LANDRETH, A T, .S 3.
1Jl'Qfl?S-907' of Civil l611g1'11,m'1-ing.
E., Union, 1876, A. H., 1877: A, M., 18793 Instructor i11 Physical Lalioratory, Union
1876-18775 Assistant ASYIWIIUIIICI' Dudley Observatory, 1877-1870, Professor of
E11gi11eeri11g, 1879-18945 ancl Dean Engineering Department at Vaiiclerlwilt Univtzrsity,
1886-1894, Ul'llOI1, 1894-g Memlaer of AlIlCl'lC1lI1 Society of Civil Engineers, Member
of American Society of Meclianical Engineers, Member of tl1e Society for the proino-
tion of Eiigineering Etlucatioiig Fellow of tl1e Ainerican Association for the Advance-
ment of Science, MCllll3Cl't1f tl1e Deutsclier Geoineter Vereing also contrilvutor to
leading Engiiieeriiig Journals, Author of " Metric Tables for Eiigineering Students."
SIDNEY G. ASHMORE, .11 IP, ll' Ii l1'.
Professor of the Latin l.a11g1uage mul Liflemture.
A. B., Colnnilvia, l872Q A. M., 1875, l.. H. D., Holiart, 1887, lnstrnctor in Greek and
Latin. l.el1i1.5l1 University, l873-1876, Instructor in Latin, Colunibia, 1876-1881 3
Professor of Latin, Ullltlll College, 1881-3 Editor of Terence tAtlelpl1oeb, l8Q3, revised
1896, MacMillan's Classical Series, Ca-sar tHelvetian Warb and Caesar Clnvasion
of Britainb, M:1cMillan's Elementary Series, Author of article on tlie Latin Language
and l.iteratt1re in International Encyclopaedia tRevisecl Eclitionjg Review of SClllC6,S
"ScI1olia Ter-e11tirma," Classical Review qOct. 18945, Article on Terence i11 Harper's
New Classical Dictionary tHarper's l896D, antl other papers. Memlwer of the
Arcliaiological Institute of Anierica, and of the American Pliilological Association.
JAMES R. TRUAX, ll' T, 4F I5 lf, E E.
Professor of the Englisli Language and Literature.
A. B., Union, l876Q B. D., Drew. 1878, A. M., Union, l879Q PI1. D., I804Q Professor
at Union since 1885.
THOMAS W. WRIGHT, 'I' T, 23 E.
Professor of Matlteiiwilifcs mul Physics.
A. B., Toronto, 1853, A. M., 18715 PI1. B., Yale, l872Q Ph. D., Union, ISQIQ Galt
Collegiate lnstitute, l86Zrl8701 U. S. Survey, N. X N. W. Lakes, Professor at
Union since 1884. Author of "Treatise on the Adjustment of Observations, " 1886,
" Text Book of Mechanics. " 1890, H Elements of Mechanics, " 1896.
FRANK S. HOFFMAN, 'F I' A, dt I3 lf.
Profrssor of Mental and Moral Philosophy.
A. B., Amherst 1876, A. M., 1879, B. D., Yale, 1880, Pl1. D., Amherst, 1896, Hooker
Fellow, at Yale, ISSO-l882 , Student in Germany, 1882-1883 , Instructor in Philosophy
at Wesleyan University, 1883'1885, Professor at Union si11ce 1885, Author of
"Probability in Theology, " " The Sphere of the State, " " Tl1e Sphere of Science, "
" President Seelye asa Philosopher, " and of various papers.
BENJAMIN H. RIPTON, Y' T, JP I? K.
Dean and Profrsso-r of History and Sociology.
A. B., Union, 1880, A. M., 1886, Ph. D., 1893, l.l.. D., Syracuse, 1896: Vice-Principal
Whitestown Seminary, 1882-1883, Principal, 1883-1885, Adjunct Professor of
NllltllCIll!ll.lCS, Union, 1886, Professor of Mathematics, l887'-1894, Professor of History
and Sociology, 1804-Q Dean of Union College, ISQ4-Q Member of tl1e American
Academy of Political and Social Science, of the American Economic Association and
of tl1e American Historical Association.
JAMES H. STOLLER. A K E, E EI.
Professor of Biology and Geology.
A. B., Union, 1884, A. M., 1887, Ph. D., Leipsic, 1898, Instructor in Natural History,
Ul1ltJllCtlllCllC, I884-ISSQQ Professor of Biology, 1889-, Member of American Asso-
ciation forthe Advancement of Science, Member of American Society of Naturalists,
Author of various Scientitic papers, reports to New York State Board of Health, and
contributor to scientitic periodicals.
EDWARD EVERETT HALE, JR., A A QP.
Professor of Rhetoric and Logic.
A. B., Howard, 1883, Ph. D., Halle, 1892, l11strnctorof English, Cornell, 1886-1889,
Acting Assistant Professor, l88Q'l8QOZ Fellow i11 Harvard, I8QOrl8Q2Q Professor of
English Language and l-iterature, State University of Iowa, I892-l8QSQ Union since
1895, Editor of " Lechford's Notebook, "Boston, 1895: " Poems of Herrick, " Boston,
1895, "Paradise Lost, Books land ll," New York, 1896, "Evangeline," "Knicker-
bocker Stories, " " Poems of Knightly Adventure, " New York, 1897, Part Author of
"Franklin in France,'l Boston, 1887, 1888, Author of "The Chronological Order of
the Poems of Robert Herrick," Halle, 1892, "Open and close G in Orin, " Modern
Language Notes, Jan. 1893, "An Uncertain Exception to Early Middle-English
Lengthening of a, e, o, in Open Syllables, " Sievers Festschrift, 1896, "Construc-
tive Rhetoric, " New York, 1896, :mtl articles :incl 11otes i11 the i'Di:1l," " Atlnntic
Montl1ly, " " Outlook," "Chap Book, " :incl otl1er periotliczlls.
ALBERT H. PEPPER, Q I' A, Q If K, E E.
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages.
A. B., Unio11, 1887: A. M., 1890: Stuclent :lt University of Leipsic, 1890-1891 3 Student
:rt " Tl1e Sorlvonne, " Pnris, 1892 g Instructor i11 Moclern Lnnguzuges :ut Rutgers, ISQZZM
18955 Union since 1893.
HOWARD OPDYKE, E Q, if I3 lf, I5 E.
Assistant 17l'Qf1'88O1' of Physics.
lumhizl School of Mines, 1893-1894: Instructor i11 M:1then1:ltics
A. B., Willizuns, 1893: Co
:intl Pl1ysics, Unio11, 1894-1899: Assistzlnt Professor of Pl1ysics, Unio11, 1899 -.
JOHN I. BENNET, fl .Il Qi, QP I3 K.
Assistant Professor of Greelr.
A. B., Union, 1890: Tezlcher in Hyde Park High School, Chicago, 1891-1895: Grrlcluzlte
Student :lt HZll'VZll'LI University, 1895: Instructor :lt Un1o11, 1895-1899: Assistant
Professor of Greek, 1899m.
FREDERICK ROBERTSON JONES, QI' l' 11, gb I3 l1'.
Assistant Professor in History and Sociology.
, Johns Hopkins University, 1896,
A. B., Western Mnrylzlncl, 1892: A. M., 18951 PI1. D.
University Scholnr, Johns Hopkins University, 1896: Fellow hy Courtesy, l897Q
Assistant Secretary of the Charity Orgnnizzition Society, Hzlrtford, Connecticut, 1894,
Acting Professor of History :mtl Economics, Wester11 Mzlrylzintl, 1896: Acting
Instructor ol' Economics, Johns Hopkins U11iversity, 1897, Member of the An1eric:1n
Historical Association :incl Autl1or ol' " History ol' IIIIIXIIIIUII i11 Connecticut C1636-
SAMUEL B. HOWE, A A 41, JI I3 l1'.
Adjunct Nott Professor, QNO. 45, ,l'1-inuipal of Union School.
A. B., Union, 1862: A. M., 1865: PI1. D., 1890.
HORACE T. EDDY, li ff? IT, 3 E.
Instructor in Eleetrical Engineering.
Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1892-1895: University of Minnesota, 1895-1896, B. of E,
E., 1895 :incl E. E., 1896: General Electric Con1p:1ny, 1896-1897: Union, 1398-,
JOHN LEWIS MARCH, A KE, 'P I3 K.
Inst1'u1't0r in Modern Lrmguuges.
A. B., Lafayette, 1893: A. M., 1896, Teaclier of Latin, Harry Hillman Academy, Wilkes-
barre, 1894-1895: Traveled in Germany, France and Italy, 1895-1898: Union, 1899--.
LINDSAY DUNCAN, A 7262.
I7'L8f7'LLl5f0l' 'in 1I16lN11'IlLLlt7il'S', Drafting and S'11r1myi'r1.y.
B. S., University of Maine, 1897: CJITILIIIJIIU Student, Clark University, 1897-1899
HERBERT G. TOWNE, I-I 11 X.
Instructor in Pllysiczrl Culture.
A. FS., Williams, 1894: M. D., P. and S., N. Y.. 19oo: Worcester Academy, 1894-1897
New York College Physicians and Surgeons, 1897-19oo: Union, IQOO-.
FRANK B. WILLIAMS.
Inslrucfol' in. ff7'Lgi'lL607'l"ll.fj.
Cl. E., University of Missouri, 1890: M. S., 1893: PI1. D., Clark University, IQDO
Assistant Engineer Tennessee River Commission, 1895-1898: Instructor in Clark
University, 1898-1909: Union, 1903-.
GILBERT K. HARROUN,
WENDELI. LAMOROUX, A. M.,
PETER NELSON, A. B.,
JAMES H. STOLLER, PH. D.,
Curator of the Museum.
MRS. M. L. PEISSNER,
HERBERT G. TOWNE, M. D.,
Director of Gymnasium.
ROBERT T. MCCORD
Accountant und President's Secrctru' .
Superintendent of Grounds :md Buildings.
Class GoIo1's.-Giurnlct dllb d51'ccn.
Rlc:Kl3'rY, RICKIQTY. RUN.
RICKETY, RICKETY, RUN,
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND CNE!
GEORGE IJEROY SHELLEY
THOMAS H. WIGHT.
HORATIO J. BROWN.
ARTHUR S. GOLDEN.
JOHN H. COOK.
CHARLES P. WAGONER.
PORTER LEE MERRINIAN.
LEROY J. WEED.
CERTAINI learned professor in a lecture o11 "History and l-listorians"
. ' l1:1s s nd tl1at great lllSt0l'lZlIlS are rare: that tl1e endown1ent of sucl1 a11
lllSlHI'l1lll is stupenduous: tl1atl1e111ust l1ave leisure, intinitc patience, sound
gincnt, plnlosophic gi tsp lllkl hieidth lNlNlL 1,
fe in 1 , we
We lllll-ll offer tl1e s ggcstl 111 tl1 it tl1e lectt ici, 111 asseitlng tl11t men
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" ,fl jud ' ' ' J " ': 5 : 1: , 1 " " l llllilgllllltltil a Cll!ll'I1l ot'
'-ill ,' 1 1 styl , 1 .l :hove all ' alth.
,pil 1 ll :' 1 " " : 1
t lil it wl1o are possessed of tl1ese requirements are scarce, l1as overlooked the class
f o For 'l er is there 1 ler l' ' - '- g who is
not endowed with leisure, inlinite patience, etc., etc. -make no mention of wealth?
ll I Ol XX IL t' l lllbllll tl Utll SIX llltl lXXtl'll.X 'S l0ll
The laborious task our Slate Con1n1ittee had before them when tl1ey attempted to
select o11e n1eml1er of the class to write the class history is HONV explained.
During our four years, titty-nine llltll I1:1ve heen known as H1001 men" and ol
these twe11ty-six have hraved tl1e storm tsay nothing of Calculus, Nlecl1a11ics, Physics,
and Gym ,B Illltl will, tl1e Faculty Zllltl gods heing willing, leave tl1e institution as alun1ni
Chetter write that with a capital lb on June 12th.
We wo11 the cane rtzsh Illltl snow hall tight i11 our l:l'6Slll1lIll1 yea1', a11d i11 our scraps
as Sophs showed llllll we l1ad not lost hut gained in spirit. At our l:l't:'Sllll11lll hanquet
at tl1e Ve11do111e, every n1an was there, despite tl1e protests Illkl opposition ot' IUOO.
l:LZl'lllt'l'Ill0l'f' we had :111otl1er banquet i11 our Sophoinore year. Ol1, of all hanquets, this
was one which would have turned the gods green witl1 e11vyl Will we ever lorget tl1e
speakers and their themes? l think 11ot. Among those wl1o were glad wl1e11 the feast
was over, was Host Brown: l1e shook eacl1 one of us hy tl1e llllllkl as witl1 tears in l1is
eyes l1e sai.l " good night, " and when we reached tl1e rail-road tracks we were greeted hy
tl1e squad of Chief C1llllDl5ClllS clever assistants who sl1ook each of us by the collar.
The distinction ot' heing tl1e o11ly class ill lllillly years to l1old a Sophon1ore hanquet llllcl
We feel satislied that we l1ave always given a loyal support to college i11stitutio11s,
including tl1e "spiel" Zllltl l1ave given Union two foot-hall captains. May our second
contrihution prove to he as good as our lirst!
We l1ave heen strong i11 social lines as well as in atl1letics and proved to a doubting
and skeptical pul1lictl1at the Round Bcilding could he l1eated, Illkl demonstrated tl1e tact
o11 Fehruary 10, ISQQ, when tl1e lllCl'lllOlIl6lCl' stood at 27 helow.
We were prolninent i11 the ininstrels: we l1ave always lllltl a large represe11tatio11 in
tl1e College Glee Cluh 1ll1Ll Cl1oir, Zllltl were conspicuous inthe lllllVCllltfIllL to strengtlien tl1e
Y. M. C. A. tone ol our lllCllllWt'I'S l1as even l1eld the office of Correspondi11g Secretaryj.
We have, during our course, learned to revere our Alma Mater, Illlkl we feel
conlident tl1at our love and respect for llCl' sl1all grow as time sl1all heighten tl1e apprecia-
tio11 of what sl1e has done for us. Witl1 tl1e poet, wl1ose ideality we l1ave long si11ce
learned to appreciate we say,
"Farewell then, thou loved one-O loved but too well.
Too deeply. too blindly for language to tell l "
0" ROY EDWIN ARGERSINGER. ......... I 0lw1sto11:n .......................... 2I S. C,
AI T5 Sopliomore Aid 'oo Senior Ball 3 Junior Hop Committee, Assistant
l.ite1'a1'y Editor IQOI Garnet, Tennis and Engineer's Club, Cap and
Gown Committee. '
HENRY SAMES BAHLER ..........., S'ohen,ectf1dy .................... ll Park Ave.
Adelplmicg Tennis Club, Y. M. C. Ag Class Secretary, 2, President
Adelpbic Society, 4, Vice-President Sl1alcespea1'e Club, Class Foot Ball
Team, Class Track Team, 1, 2, Second eleven, 2.
' HARRY A1.v1N BARRETT.. ,........ 11-oy, N Y ..................... 6 S. S. S. C.
Q1 A I-lg I-I N If, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Snake, College Quartette, 2, 3,
4, President Musical Association, 4, Class Foot Ball and Base Ball
Teams: Art Editor IQOI Garnet, Junior Hop Committee, Business
Manager Concordiensis, President Pbilomatlieang Y. M. C. A.
ge CHARLES J. BENNETT ............. A'lllStUl'!1lIIIl .... ........,........ l 3 I9 II Houge
13 I-J Hg Sophomore Soiree Committee, Banjo Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-P1-ggi-
dent Musical Association, 4, Class Pipe Committee, Golf and Tennis
Clubs, Engineer's Club.
gc LEWIS S. BENTON ..... ....... Pl1eI1'1s .................. ........... 7 7 N. C,
Class Treasurer, 3, Cross-Country Club: Class Foot Ball Team, 1, 2, 4,
Junior Hop Committee: Tennis Club, Engineer's Club.
c HORATIO JONES BROWN. ........... 9 r'her1.f1cmf,ly .......... I2 North Church Street
X Wg Sophomore Soiree Co1n1nittee: Assistant Manager of ,QQ Minstrelsg
Manager Class Track Tea1n, 2: Captain of Class Foot Ball Team, 2, 3,
Member, 1, 42 Class Base Ball Team, 35 Class Track Team, 2, 3, 4:
Substitute 'Varsity Foot Ball Team, 1: Sophomore Aid to Senior Ball,
Manager of Musical Associationg Class Secretary and Treasurer, 4.
c J. WALTON CHEESBOROUGH, ..... 1?l.lt'Hl07'P,N O. .... ................. 1 5 S, C,
A A JI, Philomatlieang Union Representative ln New York State
intercollegiate Oratorical League: Gibakbad.
JOSEPH HARVEY CLEMENTS ....... Sclienmtody .......... ...SO2 Hamilton
X llf: Y. M. C. A: Adelphic: Freshman Banquet Committee: Class
Base Ball and Track Teams: Manager 'Varsity Track Team: Delegate
to Northtield, 2, 3: Corresponding Secretary Y. M. C. A., 4' Cross-
Country Clubg Allison-Foote Prize Debater: Undergraduate Sznolter
JOHN HAWLEY COOK.. ...... ..... 1 llbrlull. N. Y. ........... . .
45 I' A: 'Varsity Base Ball, I, 2, 3, 4: Mandolin Club, I, 2: Hanjo Cl..b,
2: College Minstrels: Commencement Farce, 3: Boxing Club. Rizvcle
Club: Fencing Club, Artist Club: l"Ol Garnet Art Prize: 'l'e.inis Club:
President New Tennis Association: l'eimi.a Ci unp.o:i :ooo College
Concert Company : Class Prophet.
ARTHUR SPENCER GOLDEN ...... .............. . . ................ .Y V'
X Wg Adelphlc: Allison-Foote Debater, 4: News Editor C 1ncori'iensis:
4: Junior Oratorical Prize, 2: Junoir Hop Committee: Athletic Editor
loot Garnet: Class Orator, 4: Manager C' iss Foot Ball Team. 2: Class
Foot Ball Team 2, 3, 4: Chairman Class B i alt Cominittee: Musical Asso-
ciation, 3: Press, Tennis and Golf Clubs.
GARDINER KLINE .............. ....4msff'1-:lain ................., fl Ll fl'
A A Q15 f-I N li: Manager 'Varsity Base Ball Team, 4 'Varsity Track
Team, I, 2, 3: Banjo Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: U:i.le1'g.'a:l,iate Representative
New York State Inter-collegiate Athletic Union: Juni rr llop Committee:
Class Base Ball Team, i, 2, 3: Class Toastznaster, 2, 4: Class Foot Ball
Team, I, 2, 3, 4, Golf Club: Snake: Gilmakhadg Sll.llC:'S,1d.lI'C Club.
JOHN LUDDEN .............,....... Troyf, N. Y ......... ..,...... Ll 1 .gl f-l
QP A I-1: Class Historian, 3: Press Club.
JOHN MCNAB ................ ...Tr--y. N. Y ..... .......... i 3 Romeyn
I3 I-I Il: Adelphic: Class Toastmaster. 3: Snake: Gibalcbad: Literary
Editor Concordiensis: Literary Editor, tool Garnet: Cross-Country
Club: Winner of First Prize Sophomore Oratorical: Class Foot Ball
Team, 3: Press Club: Shakespeare Club: Representative New York
State Oratorical League, 4: Class Treasurer, 2: Class Poet, 4
PORTER LEE MERRIMAN ...... .... 2 tllurny .......... ..... ..... 'I f In
11' T: 'Varsity Track Team, i, 2: Class Foot Ball Team, i, 2, 3, 4:
Editor-in-Chief. Concordiensis, 4: Gibakbad: Snake: Adelphic College
Minstrels: Sophomore Aid '99 Senior Ball: Junior Hop Committee:
Tennis Club: Sophomore Banquet Committee: Undergraduate Council,
4: Senior Ball Committee: lvy Orator.
o JAMES VVADSWORTH MILLER, JR. .J0hnst01ml. .......................... 9 S. C.
A A df, GJ NE, Manager 'Varsity Foot Ball Team, Philomathean,
Sophomore Soiree Committee, Sophomore Aid ,QQ Senior Ball 3 Assistant '
Editor 1901 Garnet: Class Foot Ball Team, I, 2, 3, 4, Tennis and Golf
s LEOPOLD MINKIN .................. Albany ............................. 25 S. C.
Al T: Phil0mathean: Sophomore Soiree Committee: College Minstrels,
2: Class Secretary, 39 Class Historian, 4: Allison Foote Debater, 3,
President Shakespeare Club: Winner of Allison-Foote Prize Debate, 4.
S SAMUEL J. NEFF .................. Port Leyden.. ..... ..... 4 4 S, C.
4' I' -4, Undergraduate Council, Shakespeare Club.
s JOHN E. PARKER ...... ..... ..... O h arleston, S. C ...... .............. 7 3 N. C.
K fl, Class Collector, 1, 2, 3, Editor in Chief of 1901 Garnet, Chair-
man Junior Hop Committee, Sophomore Aid 'og Senior Ball , Sophomore
Soiree Committee, Class Base Ball and Foot Ball Teams, Snake,
Gibakbad, roor Freshman Banquet Committee, 'Varsity Base Ball
Team, 3, 4, Captain 'Varsity Base Ball Team, 4.
c GEORGE LEROY SHELLEY ......... Rome, N Y ........ ............ Q A GJ House
if A 9, U N E, 'Varsity Track Team, I, 3, College Quartette and
Leader of Glee Club, 3, 4, Class Foot Ball, Base Ball and Track Teams,
Sophomore Soiree Committee, Undergraduate Council, President Senior
Class, Y. M. C. A.
c EARL BROWN SLACK ............. .Groton ........................ 13 Q H House
I3 W H, Adelphic, 'Varsity Foot Ball Team, 2, 3, 4, 'Varsity Track
xTeam, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Manager Class Base Ball Team, 3, Junior
Hop Committee, Dillingham Physical Developement Prize, Tennis
ee LEVI LEWIS SUMERISKI ............ Faimort ........................... 87 N- C.
Class Base Ball Team, r,2, 3,4, Class Foot Ball Team, I,2, 3,45
Second Eleven, 2, 3, 4, Engineerls Club.
l H WELLINGTON E. VAN WORMER...M'iddlebu1'gh.g ................. 13' I9 H House
I3 Q II, Adelphic, Y. M. C. A., Class Track Team Manager, 2, Class
Foot Ball Team, 3, 4, Class Base Ball Team 3 : Manager Class Foot Ball
TC21lD,4, Vice-President Cross Country Club, 3, Senior Class Book
Committee, Shakspeare Club, Golf Club, Tennis Club.
c CHARLES PORTER WAGONER ...... Albany ....... ............... A Al Q
A A QP, Union's Representative of New York Stale lnter-Collegiate
Oratorical League, 3: President of New York State Oratorical League'
Undergraduate Council, 3, 49 Alumni Editor Concordiensis, 4: Class
Base Ball Team, 3, 4, Class Track Team, 3, Tennis Club, Pliilomatliean.
ee RICHARD FRANCHOT WARNER ..... Scottsville ........ ................. 7 8 N. C.
3 T: Class President, I : Sophomore Aid ,QQ Senior Ball: Soiree Com-
mittee: Junior Hop Committee: Undergraduate Council, 3, 4: Assistant
Editor loo: Garnet Board : Tennis Club : Cross Country Club : Adelpliic :
Secretary Athletic Board, 4: Engineer's Club.
ls LEROY JEFFERSON WEED ......... Bingfiamton ..................... Y' 7" House
W T: 'Varsity Track Team, I, 2, 3: Captain 'Varsity Track Team, 4:
'Varsity Foot Ball Team, i, 3, 4: Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs, 1, 2,
3, 4: Secretary Musical Association, 4: Pliilomatliean: Gibakbad:
Snake: Sophomore Soiree Committee: College and N. Y. S. l. A. A.,
Record Pole Vault: Business Manager iqol Garnet: Captain Class
Track Team, I, 3: Captain Cross Country Club: College and N. Y. S.
I. A. A., Record 120 yard Hurdle: Amazon.
c THOMAS HERBERT WIGHT ........ Andes ........ . ...................... 48 S. C.
'Varsity Track Team 3 Pliilomatliean: Class Base Ball Team, I, 2, 3, 4:
Class Track Team.
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JOHN W. AYRAULT,
ROBERT A. BOWDEN, .
GUY B. COLLIER,
HARRY R. COOPER, .
PETER W. FINGER, .
HAROLD C. FISKE, -4 T,
HERBERT L. FULLER, fp I' Al,
WALKER M. CAGE, .4 T,
EVERETT T. GROUT, fb A 1-1,
GEORGE HAGKETT, A QP,
GEORGE P. HARRAN, .
CLAYTON J. HEERMANCE, 11' V,
WILFRED D. HODGSON, W T,
ERNEST KLIPPHAHN, .
LOUIS C. KUKER, X llf,
JOHN A. LAING, .
T. F. LEAVENWORTH, A 11 QP
EVERITT T. IVIALLERY, Ll 7",
JOHN B. IVIATTICE, . .
NEIL G. NIEDBIERY, 'I' T,
HARRY E. MERENESS, lx' A,
CHARLES P. MESSMER,
RUSSELL H. NEVINS, 11 .47 KP,
CHARLES A. REYNOLDSJ3 5-1
ARTHUR H. ROBINSON, 'F 1'
RODMAN H. ROBINSON,
4, . ,
JOHN G. SCHUMACHER, .fl T,
WILLIAM F. Sl-IEEHAN, II' T,
WILLIAM P. SMITH, -II T,
EDWARD J. TRAVERS, lf T,
ROBERT B. TUMMONDS, Q I' A,
DEWITT G. WOOD, -47 45, .
Florence, S. C
,Sumor L., ass.
Glass Qfolors.-LI5aI'IIct IIIID Regal pllI'PIC.
V ICE-PR ESIDENT,
TRACK CAPTAIN .
RIKA, RAKA, RIKA, RAKA,
RIK, RAK, Roo,
FRANK W. NEARY.
HOWARD M. PARSONS.
HERBERT C. BOTHWELL
WILLIAM H. GILLESPIE.
DICKINSON E. GRIFFITH
JAMES H. SMALL, JR.
LESTER W. BLOCH.
ARTHUR L. SOUTH.
HARRY L. CRAIN.
DONALD C. HAWKES.
WALTER E. HAYS.
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ELL, at length we are upper classmen! With what feelings of anticipation have
ID we looked forward to our Junior year! We may now exercise our prerogative in
college meeting or elsewhere, in helping to maintain the dignity of the college at home or
abroad in the land. There is a certain feeling of abandon and self-superiority which
belongs peculiarly to us.
"ln Junior year. we sing our glees,
We smoke our pipes, and take our ease."
And somehow or other, when a Junior leans back in an easy chair with in pipe in his
mouth, and his feet mixed up with a lot of books, papers and ink-bottles on the table-the
quantity of which incongruous mixture on a collegianls table usually depending on the
length of the owner's sojourn in College-behind clouds of smoke, he is sure to smile to
himself at the recollection of some event of the preceding two years, which have so quickly
flown by. His experiences and successes in the class-room, on the gridiron, the di:unond,
and the track, or in the social world, all come vividly back to him, filling him with either
pleasure or regret. Perhaps he will feel pleasure that he has covered half the road leading
to the goal, for the attainment of which he came to College.
On the other hand, he may regret that he cannot live them over again, or he may be
the possessor of that indefinable "mental consciousness," which assures him that he is so
popular with the faculty, that in all probabilities those august gentlemen will feel an
unspeakable yearning at the idea of his graduating, and request his further presence.
He 'will surely think of the day when he struck the old Dorp and incidentally became
a unit in the college world. He will remember his first appearance on the Campus, and
the cordial greeting he received from everybody, and most especially from the Sophs, whom
he soon learned to know very well indeed. When undergoing the " setting-up " process,
what vows of future revenge he pledged himself to, and with what zest he later fulfilled
We nrst distinguished ourselves and brought fair fame to our class of looz by
displaying unexampled eagerness to have our names on the list of foot-ball subscribers, and
in responding to " Johnnyls " fervid appeals. We then put to shame our rivals and sworn
enemies and were second only to the revered Seniors in the amount of our contributions to
the support of gridiron athletics. This same characteristic of supporting college activities,
manifested so early in our career, has constantly been in evidence.
We lost our cane-rush, though by a very close margin, and in the football game, the
Sophomores were again victorious. But having by this time become organized, looz
distinguished itself by winning the "snow-ball scrap" and by repeatedly gaining the
advantage in "Chapel rushes."
The date of our Freshman Banquet was well known for some time previous, but so
timorous were our friends that, with the exception of one or two men not renowned for their
gigantic stature, whom the Sophomores mustered up courage to capture, each and every
one of us was on hand to pal'take of the good things prepared by t' Mine Host Brown " of
the Edison and also to entertain one of our friends of IQOI, who had accepted our invitation
to be present.
But let us not consume too much time in description of these by-gone days. Suffice
to say that when we returned to College, one step higher in the gradus leading to the goal
of our ambitions, we found ourselves sadly depleted in number. ln spite of our thinned
ranks, we more than held our own against the horde of barbarians known as "Frosh."
Though we again failed to come out victorious in the cane-rush, we addecl glory to loo: by
running away with IQOS in the foot ball game and "snow-ball scrap." and in having the
"Round Building Scrap" declared a draw, even though we were so greatly outnumbered.
How we missed many of the faces so familiar to us when freshmen! "Pub" our knight of
the pig-skin, was no longer of our number, nor "El Cubano," who refreshed us with his
tales of foreign travel and mighty deeds performed, nor yet "Billy," whose fault was a too
liberal application of '4Whitey's" grapes. These and several others had left us, some
never more to be seen by us or among us. For these we shall ever have regretful memories
in future reminiscence.
The chief event of importance in our Sophomore year was the Freshman Banquet.
Then were the highly proper and staid Dutch burghers of the old Dorp mightily shocked
by our doins'. "Such cuttins' up," one old lady declared, "we ain't never seed before, for
as much as ten or twelve years." The Freshmen had to appoint a Toast Nlaster pro
tempore, sad to relate. To be sure, "Bill Nye" escaped us, but we had the poor "Frosh"
comin' for fair. They hardly knew whether any of them were sure to be at the Edison on
that eventful Monday night or not.
But now all this childish frivolity is laid aside. We have forgotten, as faras possible,
our boyish pranks, and are reminded that the affairs of college and university demand
somewhat of our attention and care.
We have made a good record in college thus far. ln foot ball, we have been repre-
sented during the past three years by our lusty "Finny," Shaw, and jovial, good-natured
"Fenny" Thebo. "Fub" Gulnac was also of our Freshman delegation on the gridiron.
Well and conscientiously have all filled their positions. Our representation was further
strengthened last fall by "Chick" Mallery, who had returned after a year's absence from
College, and "Andy" Anderson, who had re-entered College for the engineering course.
"Pat" Carver has also decided to join our number, so that now our delegation comprises
over half the 'Varsity.
On the track and in the "Gym" we have been almost as successful as on the
gridiron. Dick Gritiith, the best point-winner in College, we proudly claim as our own.
Finegan, the mighty wielder of the hammer, and Don Hawkes and Bob Hoadley, both lleet
middle-distance men, are of our number.
ln basket ball, we have a very good record. lt was 1902, who, in our Freshman
year, aroused interest in this sport. "Penny" 'l'hebo has captained the team since its
advent and has been most faithful in his trust.
Our weak point is the scarcity of our hase hall men. We are sadly lacking in
twirlers ol' the leather sphere. Keenly have we felt this deticieney, but we cannot expect to
excell in everything.
'l'hongh we were so very hoisterous in "Nelly's class in our Sophomore year and
have hehaved ourselves'somewhat unseemly, perhaps, in other class-rooms at times, yet
we have some "polers" among us to whom we may safely entrust the task of carrying oil'
honors for us.
Talrlng it all in all, 1902 is not such a had class, after all. We have our share of the
Y. M. C. A, men. VVith the tirst two ofticers of that organization members of IQOZ, we
have no reason to he ashamed of ourselves in that line of College activity. But we have
tried in all things to aquit ourselves like men, and if, in any way, we have failed, at least
give us the credit ol' the good intention. We have done what we eould. and we earnestly
hope that the College is hetter for our having attended it, and that student loyalty and
enthusiasm for "Old Union" has heen contributed to, in no mean measure, hy the memhers
With a little more than a year still hefore us, let us, fellows and class-mates, press
forward' with determination to make the future pages of l9O27S record as hright as thus:
ol' the past.
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0 VVILLIAM HOOPIER ADAMS .......... .... 5 S N. C
l.'lnn'Iz'slon,, N. ff.
Entcred from College of Clmrleslmm, 3: Y. Nl. C.
A.g Pllllllllllllllblllll Sc'Cl'Cl1ll'j' Sl1:llcespe:lre Clulwz
Clmirmxm Executive Committee, Plllllllllllllltlllll.
0 ARCHIBALD LAMON ANDERSON ...... . ...93 N. C.
fl lf, IOOOQ Adelplmicg Mzmuger Class Foot Bull
Tczxln, QQ Bxlsliel Bull 'l'e:1m, 3, SQ Class Base Bull
Tezlm, 4: Captain Sammi Eleven, 41 'Varsity lim
Bull 'l'e:1m, sg l:Ing.:ineers' Clulu.
f' ENERETT J. BEST ........ ......... . ...13 l-z1mllm TCl'l'!lCC
Sl1:1kespc:u'e Clulvg Vice-President Moll er's Clulw.
IS l.lES'I'lER W. HLOCH ....... ........ .... I 3 1-I II
P Ass M m 17, B use Ball
1 iss mi 1 , 2 - 'lbs r: '
C s , Class C ll ' ' gg
Allison l mate Deli itel, 3 Swpli Soiree Committee:
iss me Cummittet leimis Associatilm,
milespt ne Llulw Assist mt Editor moz Crirnet.
I 5, , li I-1 Ilg hilomatlieang : 1 fer :J
f J 'lean 1 Cl: F t H: ll Team I, 2, 5, Cl. s 'l' ltlc
I' ' ,' Team, 35 lass ,lil'L'1l.'Lll't3I' 2: . 0 eetol, 1
fu Supll. Aitl IQOO Seniui' Ball 3 Junim' Hop Cummitteeg
' 4 Cl: P' ' -: " .
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S l'lERBliR'l' CASS l3OTHWl5l.I. ...... ..,. 7 I la l'l4itlSe
'I' 1- I-1 X IG: tlhairmzm Freslmian Banquet
Cummittee: Gull Clulng Hop Cnmmittee: Class
Base Ball, 25 Class limit Ball, 2: Class Secretary,
5: Amazlmg Sualcc. '
0 H. HURDI-1T'l' CLIEVELAND .........., ..... 9 6 N. C.
Llass Base Hall :mtl limit Ball ,liL'IllllSC Engineers'
0 JOHN P. CARVER .................. .... 8 S
J fP: 'Varsity Base Hall, I, 2: 'Varsity Foot Ball
I, 2, 3, 41 Captain 'Varsity Foot Ball Team, 4:
Class l3l'CSlxlt'lll, 5: UIlLlCl'j.fl'Ilklll1ltt' Council: Snake :
J 'Pg Wl1istClulw: Atlelplmicg Engineers' Clulw.
H DANIEL VEDDER CLUTE ............ .... 4 Nullfll-1-I
Class Base Bull :xml Tl'!lCli Teznnz-2.
C 'lQl'llZOIIORE DELONG COFFIN ...... .. .69 N. C.
If fl: Class Pin Committee: Adclplaicg Treasurer
Y. M. C. A., 3: Class Foot Bull Team, 3: Cll!llI'lll!lll
.llll1lUl'HlblN Committeeg Member Ul1LlCl'2,'l'1lLlllIllC
. Council, gg Engineer's Clulwg Huck und Muck.
A1 Im ll y
fP I' Jg CI1:1irn1:1n lDll1ClllllllllllL'L'2 Y. M. C. A.g
'l'1'e:1sLn'e1' uf Adclplmic Sociclyg SllIlliCSl3L'1ll'L' Cluls,
r' HARRY LAURENS CRAIN ............ ..... A if 'l' l'luLlS:'
.I J 'l': Y. M. C. A.: Vice-Prcslllcnt :xml Prof--
nlcnl Y. M. C. A., 3: lJllllHINIlll1CZlllQ Glue Club, 1,
2, 3,5 Class Base Bull 'll-nm. QQ Winner of Prize
Suplmlnul'e EXlCll1Plll'Ill'lt'llLlS Spczzlfing. '
Y ff WALTER A. Cowlsu. ............ ..... N . Q
1' RAYMOND RIX CRIM ............. .... X ' W laxulgc
.Y Wg Manager Class Track Tuain, 2g Associate
Editor Concordiensis, 3g Glue Clnlv, 2, 55 Tennis
Association: Second Snplininiwc Oratnrical Prim:
Literary Editor 1902 Garnet.
IN JAMES EMMETT FINEGAN ..... 1 ..... . . ..2I S. C.
.il V: Pliilninatlieang Captain Class Base Ball Tcain,
1: Class Base Ball Tram, 1, 2, 31 Sliakespca1'c Clulw:
Traclc Team, 1, 2, 35 'Varsity Fnut Ball, r, 2, 3.
7N HERBERT LEE FULLER. .... .. .... fl' 1' J Hrillsc
11' I' -J: Class President, 2: Secretary :gon Uarncl
Board 3 Tennis Club.
1- WILLIAM HUGH GlLLESPlE ...... .... N ' W l,.ndgLu QfJ Q iiQ,rf2':rfi7i'frff'
.Y Wg Pliilmnatliean : Junior Hop Cunimitlceg Class 'W ..l
Base Ball Team, 2g Tcnnis Assrxcialion: Class .-
' Tl'CllSlll'f:l', 3. V ' '
-:iii :aff I
' I f: "BJ
I- EARNEST DICKINSON GRIFFITH. ..... ...ff A r-9 House
lVlLfl"l'lO'l.UIII, N. Y.
ff J "I: Class 'I'I'easuI'er, I: Class Foot Ball, Base
Ball and Track Teams: Coimciudiensis, 22 Philo-
matlieang Y. M. C. A. : Assistant Business Manager
1002 Garnet: Tennis Clubg 'Varsity Track 'lk-am,
I, 2, 33 Record in N. Y. S. l. A. U. for 220 yard
Hurdlcg SllZlliCSDC'Zll'C Clubg Golf Club.
IN JOHN DENNIETTE GUTHRIE ........ ..... E 11' Place
I5 'Pz Y. Nl. C. A.: Pliilomzitlieang Nlanagci' Class
lfuut Ball Team, 21 Delegate tu Nurtliueld, 22 Press
Clulwg Associate Edirol' CuI1cuI1lieI1sisg EditoI'-iII-
Chief ut' IQO2 Garnet: Shakespeare Clubg Golf
Clubg Hack und Mack.
c NEILSON CAMPBELL HANNAY.. ........ ,... 2 9 S. C.
gl Vg ljllllllllliltlielllQSl11llCCSD31lI'L'ClLll3QSiypfmmlyl-C
Soirccg Class Font Ball, 3Q Sccreiary IQO2 f,1Zll'l1ClQ
Class 'l1l'1lClC Team, 2: Y. Nl. C. A. 3 SI,IplmII1uIAe Aid
IOOO Senior Ball.
f' DONALD CARLTON HAWKES ..... ..... ll ' T Hllll5C
lfllmim 1 U
'I' V3 f-1 N' IC5 'Varsity Traclc Team, I, 2Q Class 3
Flint Ball Tcam, I, 2, QQ Adelphia: Clll1Ct5I'LllEl1SlS, Q 'g '
I, 2, '55 Captain Class Traclc Team, 3: Under- ' '
,l.lQl'1lLlLl1llC Council, 3: Art Editui' 1902 Garnet: Golf Y ?
Clulwg Snake. ', I
lf- ',-,, rw
LT'lC3uj,I"g ",' .2 ' If
A -A 1' VVALTER ENNIS HAYS... ....... .,,, if J G? House
I J 4? X' -.,' .flllmny
E, V 4 9 ff' J H: Cl:1ss Font Bull 'l'e:uu: Suplromure Suiree
Q f Cummitte: Trezisurer Pliilumutliczm, 3: Hzislcct
' .. 'N ,, Bull Tezuu, 1: 'Varsity Truck Texim, 2: Assucinte
Etlitur Cuncurtlicnsis, 3: Press Club: Class
- fjQff'b Histuri:u1, 3: Y. M. C. A.g Slmlcespexirc Club.
J ' ' . '-', rgq3E'aj,Q
ls ADDISON HOTALING HINMAN .... ...A .4 J House
fl J 'l': Pliilumxitliezmg Cuncurtliensis, 2, 3: Mzxn-
tluliu Club, I, 2, ggfjlee Club, I, 2, 31B1lI1jlJCiLll7,
3: College Quzirtette, 1, 3: Tennis Club, 3: Winner
ul' First Prize Supliumore Orzltoricul.
ROBERT BRUCE HOADLEY, JR. ........ .... 1 I .fl ll' l'luLISc'
l J 'P fl N lu: 'Varsity Trxnclc Texuu, I, 2, 3:
Class Fuut Bull liflllll, 1, 2: Enginct-r's Club:
HARRY CAMPBIELI. HOYT .............. ..... J l .Ll T House ,
,I J 1J'g 1-I ,N li: Pliilumxitlieung 'Varsity Tl'!lCli
'iiC1lIl1, 1: Clzlss liuut Bull 'l'e:1m, I, 2, 3: Gulf
Club: Business Mlllliljldl' IQOZ Garnet: Engineer's
Club: FlI1Qg1lIlYS Bzmtl.
is EVERETT TURNER MALLERY ...... 21 S. C.
J 'Vg Font Ball Manager, I g Class 'l'i'acli Team, I.
2: 'Varsity Hasc Ball 'll-am, 1, 2, Basket Hall
'l'eam, 2, 3: 'Varsity Font Ball Tuam, I, 2, 3, Cap-
tain-Elcct 'Varsity Flint Ball Team: Junior Hop
0 FRASER METZGER .............. ...29 S. C.
.J 'Vg Slialcespcare Clulw: Class Flint Hall, I, 2, 3:
Class Base Ball, I, 2, 3, Tennis, i, 2, 3, Y. M. C.
A., President, QQ Umlei'g1'adLn:itc Council, 3, Class
Toast Master, 3.
1' FRANK W. NIEARY.. ............. .... Q' I' .11 Huugg
fli l' .Jg SODllIll'll4ll'C Snirec C:lDli1llllllCCQ Mamlnlin
Clul1,3: Class Presiilulit, SQ UL1Llei'g1':idin:11c Council.
6 GEORGE lSl?AEl. OAKLEY ........... ..... 9 2 N. C.
Class Base Ball Team, 25 ,Varsity Traclc Tcain, 1 5
Class Font Ball and 'l'i'aclf Tcamsg Engginen-r's Club,
Junior Hop ClDIilllilllCC.
l 1' FRANK TAYLOR OSTRANDIER ..... .. .Y W Lodge
.Y W, Nlanagcr nl' Class Base Ball Team, IQ Class
Font Ball Team, 1, 2, 3: Cliairinan ul' Sopliolmne
Suircc Cununittccg Snplmiiinm Aid to moo Senior
Ball 5 Slialccspeare and Tennis Clubs.
S lfluwmen M. PARSONS ......... C.
Hu la'L'if.L ,
Y. M. C. A., Ada-lpliicg Class 'l'1'aclc 'I-'C1Illl, 3:
Class Vicu-Pwsillclll, 2, 3.
' H ARTHUR SHIELDON RAYMOND ...... ...ff J ff House
5 Lincwlu, Null.
,VI .J 1l'3 I-1 Y 'liz Pliilumatlnsang Assistant Busi-
ness Managci'Cuiicuixliensisg Sccri-i:n'y and 'l'reas-
Q ui'u1"I'cnnis Clulvg Class Base Ball 'l'ea1n, 1, 2, 3:
Captain Class Base Ball 'll-am, ZQ Tennis Cluln,
I, 2, 35 Class lfunt Ball 'lk-znn, 1, 2, gg Gull' Club,
lAMlSS MILTON Russum ..... ........ .... 9 S . C.
,I J 'Pg Manilnlin Clulw, 35 Sliala-spcaru Club.
fl' l' J, Class Presielent, 25 Class Base Hall Team,
Junior Hep Committee, 'Tennis Clnlw.
0 DAVID JOSEPH SHAW .,........ ..... 1 gl N. C.
.'l film rn
,Varsity Flint Ball Team, 1, 2, 33 Class Base Ball,
Team, 1, 2, 31 Engineer's Clnlu.
e JAMES H. Smlxii., JR .,.... .... ....... ..., 7 3 N , C,
Cllurlestmi, S. C.
li' ,-1, Snplmnmre Soiree Committee: Class Final Ball
Team, 1, 2, 3: Captain Class Team, ag Captain
Secimd Eleven, 3, lingineer's Club, Snake.
if ARTHUR LONSON SOUTH... ..... 9 Park Place
Y. M. C. A., Class Seerelary, 2: Class Punt Ball
Team, 2, 35 Class Base Ball Team, I, 2, 35 Cap1.ain
Class Base Ball Team, 3.
ls I-lowznen li. Sfxwns ............. ..,. i 1' 1' J liinnse
'ani , A ls FRANK LAWRENCE STILIZS
.-A ,gy Troy
...W T House
'X r-jig 'I' If r-1 X I-.g Banjo :intl Nlzintlolin Clulws, 1, 2,
N M: 31 Glue Club, 1 g Assistzlnt Nlunnger Truck Te:nn,
Z 'llt?!lll1.2,'5 1 Snnke.
, - -' "ffi.Tgil'
'v?jf"T"l!'1.t N t5 :.:lQg,., -, i c
e FENWICK M. 'l'HlElZ0 ........ ...,... . H89 N. C.
J 'Pg 'Varsity Foot B:1llTe:un, 1, 2, 3 : Bzislcct Brill
Cziptztin-Mnnziger, 1, 32 Sophomore Soircc Coni-
niitteeq Junior l-lop Conimitteeg ,QQ Minstrclsg
e HARRY R. VVILSON ......... .......
Clnss Foot Bull Team, I, 23 Athletic
Garnet: Engineer's Club.
4' GILBERT SYLVFSTISR VVOOLWORTH ........ ffl .fl H Hotlsc
ll'tcl1'1'loll'rL. N. Y.
4' J F19 Clziss Foot Bull :intl Bzise Bzillg Junior Hop
Colnniitteeg Assistant Mzinziger ,Varsity Foot Bull
Teznnz Pliilomzitlierin: Tennis Clulvg Sli:1lccspe:i1'e
Clnlvg Fineg:in's Bzlntlg Snzike.
If ily l:l'CSllIl1Illl Banquet Committee:
2, 33 Sophomore Aitl Senior Bull: Clziss Foot Bull
....76 N. C
S WlLl.ARD STUART YATES. .......... ...fl J fl' l'iinlsc
fl J fp:
ciation, gg Banjo Club, ig Swplnniiwc Snircu Cum-
milteeg Junior Hop Commitlccg Soplnmimc Aid 'oo
Senior Ballg Class Banquet Committee, 1, BQ Class
Pipe Commiltecg Gull' Clulwg Finugan's Bandg
iiimm- Aid :goo Scnim' Ballg Junior Hap Cnmmillgg
.luniar Bamiuet Cnminiltect lfincg1an's Hand
'51 N Ifg Assistant Managci' lvlusicalfxssn-
ZS ROBERT CHAUNCISY YA'l'liS.. ...... ..... 5 I4 Slain
-'5 '1': lVl11I11l5lCI' Class Flint Rall Team, I : Class Pin
Cummittceg Srmpliniiimc Snircc Cumniillcc: Snplm-
S. LEON BAHNY, .I 71
SEMY BALZ, . .
LEWIS M. BLOOMINGDALE, -
RALPI-l COMSTOCK FIULLARD,
IJAVID M. DUNNING, JR., W
EMORY F. DYCKMAN,
HOWARD A. DYCKMAN,
GEORGE A. EVERlTT,.
SHERMAN D. ENOCH, 'I'
MARIO C. GARCIA, I5 IP,
JAMES GULNAC, JI .Ll
JOHN TUTTLE JACKSON, ll' 7
WlI.l.lAM G. KEENS, fr' A r-1,
WALLACE Mc B. KIMBALI.,
WALTER E. KRUESI, .S fb, .
J. HOWARD MACKEY, fb A 1-1,
WALTER G. MARSH, X FI', .
FOSTER G. MORSS, X 'I',
HAROLD M. SCIDMORE,
LAURENT S. SNELI.,
CHARLES S. YAWGER, Y'
New York City.
New York City
Southold, I.. I.
Class Qlolors O5urnct arab Black.
SISS I BOOM I
ZIPLAI ZIPLA! ZIPLA-LEI: I
UNION, UNION, IQO5.
WILLIAM R. PRITCHARD
ARCHIBALD A. LEE.
ALLEN STEELE PECK.
EUSTACE H, I-IULSAPPLE
ALBERT H. KESSLER.
.J Q U bouqu-
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S lj ' W ij.
in lltlttl c i
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4" 5 fd
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A e . -e -
ITH the arrival ol' a new year, 1903 assumed the responsibility of the the Frosh's
welfare. The new-comers were in sad need of guardians, and had not the Sopho-
mores generously undertaken to assume the direction ol' their tirst yt-ar's career, their recent
plight would be pitiable.
The Freshmen were grateful to their ltind protectors, and their gratitude was shown
by the abundance ol' fruit which they unstintingly bestowed on the Sophs. With sincere
piety the Knights of the Green knelt before their deity and with trembling voices beseeched
the god to bless 1903. Entertainments were given in profusion, and many a night did the
Freshmen disregard their studies in order to soothe some troubled Sopb by a song or
Gradually they improved and to none were the improvements more noticeable than
to themselves. lt was then that an air ot' self-importance manifested itself, and the Frosh
had the audacity to array themselves against the Sophs in the cane-rush, where itwas their
high privilege to receive the tirst of a succesion of defeats.
A new feature was introduced in the chapel-rush, which probably will not be repeated.
Apart from this our relations with the Freshmen have been such as has been customarily
between the two classes.
ln the course of the year the Freshmen determined to give a banquet, from which,
most ungraciously the Sophs were to be excluded. Everybody else was invited. lt was
a pleasing sight to see those generous youths, each with a number of invited guardians
mysteriously hastening to the Edison. Among the favored guests were the Schenectady
Police, and it was a shame that the Troy and Albany delegations were not able to be
lt is certainly to be regretted that the hotel management made the Freshmen use the
back doors. The Sopholnores vainly protested against such an outrage but the authorities
had evidently gaged their men.
ln spite of the lnultitudinous duties that befell the members of ioog as Sophomores,
they have maintained their high positions in athletics. They are also well represented in
the musical and literary clubs.
The Soil-ee proved to be one ol' the most successful ever given. Never lwefore was
the Round Building so elaborately decorated. All present were unanimous in praise ol' the
event. Much credit is due to the committee who unseltishly devoted their time for the
interests ofthe class. HISTORIAN,
yrs FREDERICK JANSON BALZ .... ....
1' ROBERT IJINNEY BARRETT, 'I' AI I-I
N ARTHUR ERNEST BISHOP, 'I' LI "L,
1' MORRIS BLOCH, IJ I-I Il ..........
1' JOHN ALBERT BOLLES, J
Is GUERNSEY J. BORST ..... ........
5 JOSEPH R. BROWN, JR., QP I' J. ..
IN MOREY CHARLES COLLIISR, W I' .I ....
1' FRANK H. IJALEY, .J J' ...,.......
0 THOMAS C. DELBRIDGE, K .fl .... .
e VVILLIAM J. DICKENSON ..........
1' RAYMOND CURTIS DONNAN, Ii ,I.
61' GEORGE VVILLIAM DONNAN, If :I
Is JOSEPH GEORGE FENSTER .... ..
e LAURENCE J. GALLAGHER.
Is ERNEST ECKERT GILLETT
Is NORMAN NORTON GOULD, :J T. .
.Q GUY BROWN GRISWOLD,
1.1 JAMES Q. GULNAC, A A fb. .,... .
NCLINTON BIQNJAMIN HAW
Is R. IJENTON Howe, X W..
ff SAMUEL B. HOWE, JR., .I
N IFJ! I-I,,,,
Is HERBERT G. HOXIE, .Y II' .... .
1' EUSTACE HULSAPPLE, V'
yrs LOUIS TIFFANY HUNT, J
S ALBERT HENRY KESSLER.
12 CARL RODERIC KRUEGER ..... .
.Q WALTER E. KRUESI, E 111.
-Inzsfewiam. . . .
Troy. ........ .
Oneonta .... .
Albany ..... . .
....63 N. C.
..1I' J 1-1 House
..l3 I-I ll House
IK'0l'II'7'gII.t .... ....... 5 4 N. C.
Svward ...... ...... 6 2 N. C.
Seward ..... . fl' I' J House
C0.rs1LcIci1f ..... . .
.I"I!lC1'l!0A',. . .
Troy.. . .
Penn Yan. .
Bin gham lm:
Albany ..... . . .
Polrmd ....... .
Epi: ratulz. .... .
Sclmnerftady. . . . . . .
Sch 63 nevtady ..... .
IN ARCHIBALD ALLEN LEE, .-'I .I 413 ...... Albany .... .... ,
.JP I' .J House
25 l.:lf:1yette St.
.....76 N. C.
58 N. C.
. . . .6 HigI1St-
... 6 High St.
. . . .47 S. C.
. .... 'my
..... 22 S. C.
MII' I' .J House
.JP .J 1-1 House
. . . , X 'I' Lodge
...fl .I 45 House
...VY 'I' Lodge
...W V House
..z2o Union St.
.zu Liberty St.
. . .16 Union St.
...I J 4' House
a OTIS F. LEWIS. ........ ..... .... G i lboa ..... .North Coluunzlde
e JAMES FRANKLIN MORGAN. .. ....
e FRANCIS JAMES MULVANEY ..... . ,.
6 GLOWACKI PARKER, E 'F ......
ff HENRY ARTHUR PEARCE, J V .......
0 ARTHUR DANIEL PECK. ....... ....
ls ALLEN STEEL PECK, .E 'f'. ....... ,...
lf ARTHUR GUY PICKENS, flhfl H ........
ls FREDERIC H POWELL .... ....... . . .
6 WILLIAM RICHARD PRITCHARD, If -I..
6 LAFAYETTE CLOWE REYNOLDS .......
S EDWARD HOLLAND RYDER, .J T. .... .
s BERT WILLIAM ROY, ll JO .....,......
ls LOUIS F. SCHROEDER, 'I' I' J .........
s JOHN LEOPOLD STAEBER ...... ......
ls THOMAS RICHARD TILLOTT, JR.,l3 "7 IT,
c GORDON EMMONS VAN LOON. ..... .
e JUDSON T- WELLS ........... . . .
Fort Edward .....
....4I S. C.
...78 N. C.
Plainfield, N , 22 S, C,
Cooperstown ..... .... 5 9 N. C.
Batavia ...... . ,.,,,, I5 Q Plug:
Cooperstown ..... ..... 1 If 41 Ili House
II'orcesfe'r ...... ....... 5 4 N. C,
BlH'1I't0n, S. C' .... ...... 7 3 N, C
Zf'o'nda ........ .... I 5 Close St,
Unidilla.. .. ...... 30 S. C,
Clyde .... ....
. ........ 25 S. C.
Lancaster. .... , ,,.,,, 4, S, C,
Afulmrn ..... 238 Union St,
Comsaclcie. .... .... 2 5 Lafayette St,
Amsterdam ..... , , , ., , I4 S, C,
Glass QOIOISS.-CBCl1'IlCf mlb G31'ug.
1904 ! J
J. GILBERT COOL.
BENJ. J. LOWENSTEIN
E. T. RULISON.
C. E. NICCOONIBS.
WINSLOW B. WATSON
WALTER E. BEADLE.
I ,4"4-4'fZf"T, ,,"i,': .1 "1
THERE is an old adage tl1at does not l1old good i11 College lite, lor, "Happy is the class
L, tl1at 1111511 history." Happy indeed tl1e11 ought tl1e class ol' 1904 to he.
The l1istory ofthe class hegan i11 earnest on registration day. Although a few of
tilt' incoming class were "on tl1e hill" in the evening, tl1ey were immediately pounced upon
hy the StlDiltJllltll'CS wl1o were prowling ahout tl1e campus searching for l1u111an prey. '
O11 the following night the idol worship hegan hy tl1e light of a huge hontire. Tl1e
idol, alter its year's rest, seemed to grin :111d gihher at the ca11didates ahout to he initiated
into its lllj'LltL'l'iES, Jlllti to enjoy in adva11ce its gorgeous 11ew coats of gl'CUll a11d red. Tl1e
following night was spent i11 like orgies.
At last came tl1e CZIIIC l'LlSil wl1icl1 was conducted i11 tl1e 11sual 111an11er-ttmlnatoes,
"sei decuisi11e,"cluh, scrap, "time" a11d Il victory for tl1e SUl3illlll1tJl'CS, as is usually the
case, the score heing I7 to 5. Although tl1e foot hall men ol' tl1e Sophomore class did lltlt
take part i11 tl1e rush, still tl1e advantage of weight lay with tl1e Sophomores.
One foggy morning during the tall term a IQO4 pennant was discovered waving
proudly from the llag-staff ol' the Round Building. lt was im111e.liately hauled Litl'vVli hy tl1e
Sophomores a11d soon iWL'CZlI11C the center of a lively scrap. Tl1e result was a draw as tl1e
reniains of tl1e pennant were quite equally divided hetween tl1e two classes.
The class ol' IQO4 Ptlilllbl with pride at their record i11 tl1e fall track athletic meet,
LiCl-L'1li.iIllJ,' the Sopl1omores hy 32 Ptlil'ItS. The score hy classes was as follows: IQOI, 55
pointsg IQOZ, 33 points, 1003, 22154lilitSQ 1904, 64 points. ln loot hall and hasket hall tl1e
class is up to tl1e standard, having o11 the latter tliillll tl1ree ol' its tive me111hers. The class
will also i.lll'IliSil its quota forthe hase hall team.
The week preceding tl1e fall ter111 t!XZlll'liI1Ilii0I1S was 111arked hy the eve11t ol' the
i:I'L'Silll1ill1 Banquet. l11 forming and executing the plans for tl1e i5Zll1LIllC't tl1e i:l'L'Sill1lL'l1
showed themselves decidedly superior to the Sophomores in diplomatic ability. Noll until
the day of the banquet were the Sophs aware that it was to be held at Schenectady. As
usual they were eager to spirit away the toastmasterg but on whom were they to perform
this ethereal act? So carefully had the plans been carried out forthe printing ol' the menu
cards that the Sophomores were not only disappointed in finding out the toastmaster, but
also those on the toast list. A party of Sophs came across Brand in Albany and lavished
upon him all sorts of attentions, paying his cab and hotel bills and attending to his every
want, thinking him to be the much-desired toastmaster. During the two of three hours
preceding the banquet the lobby of the hotel was thronged with "lean and hungry" Sopho-
mores. The toastmaster, however, together with all those on the toast list, the class
president and a majority of the Freshman class were already safe in the upper corridors of
the hotel. President Cool, by a clever telegraph ruse, decoyed a number of the unsuspect-
ing Sophs to Albany, while he, for whom they were searching, was safe at the Edison,
quietly laughing at the the extreme easiness of Sophomore wisdom. Proprietor Brown, in
order that there might not be a scrap in the lobby, conducted the class into the dining-room
by an entrance unknown to the Sophomores. After the banquet had begun, the Sophs, by
some infantile pranks which are not worthy of record, attempted to break up the banquet,
but without success. A number of the professors and upper-elassmen were present, and a
pleasant evening was spent, enlivened by the witty toast and merry song. lt was pro-
nounced as being the most successful Freshman Banquet ever held at Union.
The snowball scrap practically ended the contention between the underclassmen.
The day on which it happened well suited the occasion. After a preliminary skirmish with
showballs a rush was started toward the terrace. After nearly everyone in each class had
gone over the terrace, the scrap was discontinued by mutual consent, and was declared a
draw by the upperclassmen.
Thus far the class of 1904 has no reason to be ashamed of its record. ln financial
matters the class has been generous and prompt, and intends to maintain the same course
in the future.
Although we have been but a short time at Union, we are beginning to love the
"old gray walls," and are ready and willing to stand for all that pertains to the advance-
ment and glory of Old Union, and are as ready to combat all that would tend to bring
dishonor upon the name of our Alma Nlater. HISTORIAN.
HERBERT DOD ALLTER, JI rl fI', ....., .
HARRY R. ANDRESS,. ....... ..... . ...
FRANK RUDD ANDREWS, .Y II',...
MICHEL IBRAHIM ATIYAH, .............
JAMES ALEXANDER BARKLEY,. ....... .
WALTER EDWARD BEADLE, fl' A I-I,...
ARTHUR LEE BENNING, ...............
HARRY NEWMAN BOWLER, li 141 ll,...
CHARLES GEORGE BRAND, II' J' .......
CLAUDE NORTON BROWN, ...,...
VVILLIAM HERTRAM BUTTS ,... .... . ..
JOHN BARRATT CHILSON, .,..... .....
.AIuesbIIry, Mass ....
WILI.IAM GIDEON CLOSSON, J T, ..,.
PETER DIBBLE CONINE, ...............
LOUIS JOSEPH CONWAY, . ........... .
JOSEPH GILBERT COOL, If fl, ........ .
THADDEUS GUILFORD COWELL, ll' I'.J,
WALTER GEORGE CRAIG, 'I' T, ......
WILLIAM VVOOLSEY CRONKHITE, J IP,
CLARENCE RAYMOND DARBY, J lf..
SAMUEL RANDALL DAVENPORT, V' T
ROBERT VVILSON CLARK, fl J ffl, ....
J. LEWI DONHAUSER fl' J Fl, ...... ..
FRANK HENRY DREES, X 'l',. ...,.
STEPHEN CALKIN FIERO, lx' fl, ,... ..
HOWARD RAYMOND GLUTZBECK, J 'P
ROBERT GORDON, .....................
JOHN CARSIDE GREEN, A A IP, .......
WILLIAM GREEN, ...... ...... .......
Sl. Jolmsuille ....
Yonkers.. . . . . ..
Beirut, Syria .....
A rgyle ..........
Cooperstown . . .
A mslei-dam ....
Barn erville .....
f I lbany .......
Luzerne. .. . . . . .
llloz'ersvilIe. . . ..
Ooopertown. .... . . .
Glens Falls. . . . .
Fort Edward ....
Albany.. . . ..
Albany. ...... .
Carroll, Ia.. . . .
. Ixalsbaan ..........
,Bay Shore, L. I
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ANDREW VVRIGHT LENT. ..... ..
LUKE FRANCIS LOVELOCK, ......
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I: BENJAMIN JULIUS LOWENSTEIN, ......
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I Gllmng mcbical College.
ERASTUS D. PAI.MER,
JOHN E. RATHHONE,
JOHN M. CRAPO,
Bomb of Crusiccs.
WILLIAM L. LEARNED.
SIMON W. ROSENDALE.
JOHN H. JACKSON.
CHARLES E. VAN BENTHUYSEN.
RICHARD V. DE WITT,
J. TOWNSEND LANSING
JESSE W. POTTS,
EDWARD A. DURANT,
WASSON, CLIEEORD D. GREGORY
H. SHEPARD, CHARLES TRACEY,
. MARTIN, WILLIAM J. WALKER,
L. PRUYN, ALDEN CHESTER,
V. V. RAYMOND, JOHN G. MYERS,
PARKER, WILLIAM H. WEAVER,
MAYOR OE ALBANY, I
RECORDER OF ALBANY, I
ANDREW VAN VRANKEN RAYMOND, D. D., LL. D.
President of the University.
ALBERT VANDER VEER, M. D., PH. D., DEAN,
Professor of Didzictic, Ahdomiuzil und Clinical Surgery.
MAURICE PERKINS, M. D.,
Professor of Chemical Philosophy and Organic Chemistry.
JOHN MILTON BIGELOW, M. D., PH. D.,
Emeritus Professor of Muterizi Medical :ind Therapeutics.
' SAMUEL BALDWIN WARD, M. D., PH. D.,
Professor of 'Theory :ind Practice of Medicine :ind of Hygiene.
JAMES PETER BOYD, M. D.,
Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology :ind Diseases of Children.
WILLIS GAYLORD TUCKER, M. D., PH. D., REGISTRAR,
Professor of Inorganic :ind Anzilyticnl Chemistry and Toxicology.
WILLIAM HAILES, M. D.,
Anthony Professor of Puthologiczil Anzitomy, Embryology, Histology and
Fractures :md Dislocntions.
CYRUS STRONG MERRILL, M. D.,
Professor of Ophthalmology und Otology.
FREDERIC COLTON CURTIS, M. D.,
Professor of Dermutolngy.
HENRY HUN, M. D.,
Professor of Diseases of the Nervous System.
SAMUEL ROSENFIURGH MORROW, M. D.,
Professor of Anatomy :md of Orthopedic :ind Operative Surgery.
HERMON CAMP GORDINIER, M. D.,
Professor of Physiology.
HOWARD VAN RENSSELAER, M. D.
Professor of Mzlterizl Medica :ind Therzipeutics, and Adjunct Professor of
Theoy und Prnctice of Medicine.
JOSEPH DAVIS GRAIG, M. D.,
Anatomy. Demonstrrilor of Anatomy :noel Curzitor of the Museum.
WILLIS GOSS MAC DONALD, M. D.,
GEORGE BLUMER, M. D.,
Histology, Pathology :mel Bzicleriology. Director ol' Bender
JOHN VINCENT HENNESSY, M. D.,
ANDREW MAC FARLANE, M. D.,
Meeliczll Jurisprueleuce :lml Pliysiczil Diagnosis.
HERMAN BENDELL, M. D.,
THEODORE F. C. VAN ALLEN, M. D.,
CLINTON BRADFORD HERRICK, M. D.,
ARTHUR GUERNSEY ROOT, M. D.,
Diseases of the Till'll1lIIIIlki Nose.
LEO HAENDEL NEUMAN, M. D.,
Symptrimzllology, Diseases ol' Stomach :xml Inteslines :uid
Instructor in Tlieor ' :iml Practice.
WIILLIAM OLIN STILLMAN, M. D.,
History of Medicine.
JESSE MONTGOMERY MOSHER, M. D.,
Insanity, Neurology :md Electro-Tlierzipeulics.
HARRY JUDSON LIPES, M. D.,
ARTHUR TURNER LAIRD, M. D.,
GEORGE EMORY LOCHNER, M. D.,
CHARLES HENRY MOORE. M. D.,
Oplmtimlnmlugy :md Olulngy.
THOMAS WILLIAMS JENKINS, M. D.,
Histuiugy :mci Pzltlmlngiczxl Anatomy.
THOMAS ADDIS RYAN, M. D.,
WILFRED SYLVESTER HALE, M. D.,
CLEMENT FRANK THEISEN, M. D.,
'I'I1ru:lt :xml Nusc.
LANSING BETTS WINNE, M. D.
JAMES MANNING MOORE, M. D.,
CHARLES HARPER RICHARDSON, M. D
THEODORE JAMES BRADLEY, PH. G.,
SPENCER LYMAN DAWES, M. D.,
'I'l1cury :Incl Practice ul' Medicine.
WILLIAM HENRY HAPPEL, M. D.,
ARTHUR SAUTTER, M. D.,
WARREN HARKNESS EVERETT, M. D.,
ARTHUR WELLS ELTING, M. D.,
JAMES WESLEY WILTSE, M. D.
Mzlterizl Medica. I
If HENRY LARNED KEITH SHAW, M. D.,
Diseases ol' Children.
ALVAH HARRY TRAVER, M. D.,
EDGAR ROSCOE STILLMAN, M. D.,
EDGAR ALBERT VANDER VEER, M. D.
HARRY SEYMOUR PEARSE, NI. D.,
WILLIAM HENRY GEORGE, M. D.,
MICHAEL DANIEL STEVENSON, NI. D.,
WASHINGTON IRVING GOEWEY, NI. D.,
ROBERT HILL TEDFORD, JR., M. D.,
FRED NEWMAN GUYER, NI. D
JAMES EVERETT KELLEY, x 5 x,
GEORGE ALPHEUS SMITH, II' 5 T,
MAX WACHSMAN, . . .
GEORGE SAMUEL BURNS, .
CLARENCE LEANDER SICARD, .
CLAYTON KENDALI. HASKELL, QIILI
JOHN MICHAEL ORIEEIN, fp 5 Ag
ARTHUR JOSEPH BEIDELI., x z N,
EDWARD JOSEPH HANNAN, .
DANIEL DUANE PARRISH,.
CHARLES JAMES BAUM, I
JACOB WACHSMAN, T
'I' I5 If,
HE cDI1IpiliIIg of :I lIislIII'y of the cl:Iss Ivf NTITCICCIT-UITC fUl'U1t' PI1StyC1ll' is not witlIIIIIL
its difficulties, l'ELlLlil'iI1g :Is it dues, :I pun IIIIclIIggcLl by prcjIILlicc JlI1Ll :I shcct LIIIsDiluLl
Ours lI:Is been :I stormy cIIIII'se sincu ULU' I'e-:IssL-IIIlvl:Igc l:Ist Sep1.eIIIhcI'. PeI'lI:Ips
the strife XVZISb0l'I10l:CiI'CLlI1lSt1lIlCCS!ll'I'iVilU1,' LIIIl'III'se:-III pUI'II:Ips it IIJILI lu-:II lwI'eIviIIg l'III'
years. Wl1ZltCVCI' the case llwrc exists :III illy-cIm:c1Ilc.l lvittcrncss III' feeling, s::II'ccly
teIIIpeI'eLi by the tDlcI':IIIce l1CC6SS!ll'y for cl:Iss-wIII'k.
Two W'Cl1'dCfTI1CL1f1lC1i0I1S piltcd :Ig:IiIIsL L-:Ich Uthcl' with CIIULIKQII V1lSCillIlliI1Lf,COIl-
victiunless spirits to tlirmv the lW1ll1lllC6 to the side uttering the greater inducement,-sucli
is nt11'p11siti1111 :lt present.
lirnin ll llllll-1WJll'llSZlIi stand-point it muy he s:1id tl1:1t :1 degree seems to he assured
ns tn :1 lll'lll. We lmve dune IllLlCll1 we would we could have dune mnre. We :ire the first
cl:1ss in the l'11.11'-yexn' CllLll'SL', tlie first cl:1ss tn receive pr:1ctic:1l xv url: :ls externes, the first
cl:1ss in the century. l.:1rgt-ly we 1lI'C :in experiment, luit nur instruction is sufficiently
stiperiwr tn wl1:1t clzlsses liitliertn have received, tn nlwvizite criticism.
'l'l1e lllll-1ll'lLlI'l1llC f':1ct l'L'Ill!lll'l11 tl1:1t we :ire lmpelessly rupturecl. Divided :1 yezir :lgn
by the g1':1dL1:1ti11n of lf:1ll' nur nnmlwer, 1111111-Q d11111ned. by dissensinn to :1 LlllIll'lt'l'll1g of the
llllll.. A clnss lWIlllklllL'l is not fexisilvleg cl:1ss re-nninn in :il'terye:1rs will l1:1ve no ztttrziction.
f,:lJlSSlll1lIl pzisses fellfmw-clxlssnmn with nn more l1tlllCCtll1lll lie w1111lcl :1 Sil'1lll2,'f.'l', :ind the
Slllllk' wnnld llzmpen slmuld they meet in the midst ol' il desert Zll.lL'l' years nf SCI5lll'1ltl0ll.
CllARl.liS JAMIES BAUM, . . Allillliy.
AR'l'l'lUl2 JOSEPH BEDlil.l., V E V, . WJllBI'X'llCt.
13130124115 SAMUEL HU1eNs, .
JOHN W11.soN Bulzns, flf .S lc, .
Rwn1s1e'1' B1sA'r1.EY CAsT1e121s, fl- E lf,
Albillly Rlll'!ll Cemeter5
l'lAl3Ol,D DUNCAN COCHRANE, Nl. D., All3Zll'ly.
JOSEPH AMBROSIE Cox, . . . Allwzlny.
THOMAS EDWARD DEVIENY, . . W:1te1'vliet.
linwfnen G1a1eA1.D fi1e1F1f1N, 11' Z5 If Rntli-1111Huds1111.
JOHN MICHAEL GRIFFIN, 'I' -5 lf, . Allmny,
Enwfxlcn Joslevn l'lANNAN, . . Wutervliet
CLAYTON KENDALL HASKELL, 2nd, fl' 5 lf, Allmny.
JOHN FRANCIS HIEFFERNAN, . . Allvilny.
ARTHUR l:liNWlCK HOl.DlNG, Allvnny.
THOMAS FRANCIS JUDGE . 'l'I'oy.
JAMIES EVliRliTT KELLEY, JY -'S Y.
JOSEPH VVALDRON MOORE, ff I lf,
JOHN BERTMAN NEARY, - W1l1Cl'VllCt.
lJANllil. DUANE PARRISH. . Sillclll.
NISHAN ALEXANDER PASHAYAN, Allwillly.
Wll.l.lAM BRINK ROSECRANS, . NZlSSZlLl.
CLARENCE l.liANDliR SICARD, . . Alllstclllilllf.
GIEOROE ALPHIEUS SMITH, .Y E X, . l.1lI1Sll1glWL1l'gl1.
MICHAIEI. JOSEPH JWHORNTON, A. B., 'P .S lf, Alliillly.
JACOB VVACHSMAN, . . . Bmlllilyll.
MAX WACHSMAN, . . . Bwnlilyif.
l,l5l.AND ORLO WlllTli, Y E Y, . Fort Plzxin.
CHARLES LANSING VVITBECK, 'I' E fl C0l1nCS.
HARRY E. MERENESS, JR. lt' fl, . . PRl3SlD15N'r,
EARL HOLCOMB JACKSON, . Vicii-PRi5sinizN'r.
JOHN BOWMAN CONGDON, . Siic:Ri3'rARY,
ELWIN CHAMPLIN, . 'l'nrfAst1nHn,
HIS is the first yeur of :1 new century that muy truly he czilletl the century fu1':ulv:ince-
ment. Perluips :it no time hus the scientititi tieltl ur' nperntiun gilhn-tit-ti Snell
UPl1u1'tLi11ities to the ,lJ,'Cl1lLlS!lIkllWl'U1lLlCIlL'Ll mintl nf the well t'LlllC!ltL'Ll Inun. The wurltl tu-
ilfly l'UC05:nizes the zihility ul' the eurnt-st XX'Hl'liL'l'1lllLl lIlVL'Sll,LIIll.Ul'. At the present time :ill
of the elements ul' the universe :ire suhscrviunt tu hiin :intl only :iwuit his cu-opt-rntiun,
The successful mzin nf this new century must have :ill uf the equipments :intl
uccuutrements nf this h1'u:ltle1'Tieltl of llPt'l'ZlllHl'l. The grzltluutes ul"tutl1ny :intl the tluys tu
come, hnve greater responsihilities tu ht-nr :intl will he cunfruntetl hy grnver pruhlt-Ins
hecxluse ul' the new urtler ul' things. lt is :in nge of 1ltlV11IlCLiI11Ullt :intl the penple nl' tutlny
require that we hold fnst tn the muttu, "Perfectiun."
Three lung ye:n'sh:1ve come :intl nezirly gune since we, :is memhers ul' the clziss ul'
I9o2,firstlnet:1tthe Alhnny Metlicxil cullege :intl enrulletl nur nnmes in the hunk "su hright
:mtl fair" prelimin:u'y tu the grunt wurli we hntl hefure us. Erich une entle:iv1n'in,t: tu pru-
l71ll'C himself fur his life work in relieving the tlepluruhle euntlitiun ul: sullering huniunity.
Little tlitl we know nl: the "quizzes" IllklCX1lIIllllJll.lllIlSlllill were hel'nre us :intl the
wezlry lung hours of stutly.
Most of us have passed through the ordeal of the Freshman year with its weary
study of dry bones, and the Sophomore year with study of "Micro-bugology" and
"Embryo-chick." These are all past and we now are well on our Junior year which is by
far the most interesting and practical. And we now have the most enjoyable and delight-
ful opportunity of hearing the grave and wise-looking Seniors make their notable
"diagnoses based on facts."
After all of these years of seeking after knowledge it is a pleasure to hear a member
of the class say, to his professor, after he has recited: "1 have said something but l don't
know what l have said.'7 Also another to tell his professor of surgery to "remove an
epitheliolna two years before it appears." lt's wonderful the knowledge of some.
At the beginning of the year we enrolled among our number some new men to take
the places left vacant by members who entered with the rest of us but have fallen by the
wayside or sought different climes and surroundings for the pursuance of the profession.
lt might be Well to speak ol' the pleasant time enjoyed by every member of the class
at the class banquet held during the Sophomore year. lt was the first time that every
member of the class sat down together around the festive board, and every one wished at
that time that banquets came oftener.
lt would bean injustice to every member of the class to close without speaking of
the unity which was prevalent in the class during the first two years of the course. How
we all stood together as one man ! Apparently every one believing in the motto: "United
we stand, divided we fall," alas, how changed! and it would be folly to palm off an
emulsion of false-hood on the reader by representing our class affairs as smooth at the
present time. On the contrary, things to others are not as they seem to us. All occur-
rances have their 'lmuultw Mt1x1'i11t1e:ll1cltlie source of our disagreement is the recent class
The history of a year has thus passed and deplorable as have been some of the
events, we sincerely hope that when another year shall have been reeled of, impossible as
it may seem, we may stand as a class inseparable with one aim,-honorg and with one
THOMAS CARNEY, N' 5 A,
ELWIN CHAMPLIN, .
KENT STANLEY CLARK, .
JOHN BOWMAN CONGDON .
HUGH MICHAEL COX, . .
ROBERT ARCHIBALD GOW, . .
JOHN HENRY GUTMANN, B. S., :I V, .
STILLMAN SMITH HAM, PH. B., N' E W,
DANIEL JAMES HOYT, A. B., fl' J f-1, f-1 I II, .
EARL HOLCOMB JACKSON, . .
URBAN THOMAS KEMBLE,
FREDERICK HUBIERT LADD, .
FRED E. LETTICE, Y E A,
MOSES JOSEPH MANDELBAUM,
JOSEPH MARK, PH. B., .
EDWIN ALONZO MASON, . -
HENRY EARLE MERENESS, JR., If 14, -
VVILLIS EDGAR MERRIMAN, JR., PH. B., 'I' V,
FREDERICK CORNWALL REED, .W If IW,
FRANK MALCOM SULZMAN, . .
CLIFFORD VVALTER SUMNER, if IV, -
JUNIUS PARKER TALMADGE, -
ELBERT GOODMAN VAN ORSDELI.,
CHARLES P. VVAGNER, 4' Z' lf,
JOHN EDWARD CANFIELD, . . . PRESIDENT.
DONALD BOYD, A. B., . VICE-PRESIDENT.
FRED EARNEST BOLT, A. B., . SECRETARY.
FREDERICK J. MCDONALD, . TREASURER.
CHARLES R. MARSH, rl' I5 lf. . MARSHAI..
TIME, the unerring messenger, having once more completed his yearly cycle, called
L, forth that estimable company of scholars, which was now to be known as the
The summons were not unheaded, as they gathered from far and near, few were
they of our former classmates who did not respond, while from various seats of "Medical
Lore" many others, attracted by the learning and wisdom of our most honored and
respected instructors and pleased hy the geniality and brightness of our environments cast
their lot with us, in the onward march toward eminent skill in Medical Science.
Scarcely had the class begun to delve into the depths of that most enjoyable and
loved subject "Nervous Anatomy", when drawn by the tread and martial music of
campaign parades, our banner was raised and we joined the procession.
Who oi' us will ever forget that first march, when much to the chagrin of members of
another department of "Old Union" the Medics were escorted to those whowere to
convince the city by their eloquence? Alas! That four hour march of glory and mud
which followed, it must have convinced the most skeptical ot' our spirit.
There is another class untutored in their respect for upperclassmen, who have
been the subject of the men of "o3's" most loving and tender care, but they so far forget
her precepts and instructions, as to indulge in that which was not to their best welfare.
Whereupon it needs was most certain that "og" grievously wounded and ill at ease at such
wandering from the way ol' righteousness, felt duty bound to lead back the wayward feet
and thereby hangs a tale.
lt has not been definetly deci.le.i whether one of the faculty saw in our midst a
slumbering Michael Angelo, or feared some had neglected their talents, when the drawing
bool: was instituted, and such works of art. Raphaells star loses lustre, W1ltfCllLllS light
grows dim and disappears, the public gaze in awe and admiration when these productions
are brought forth.
Thus history, like life itself, is brief, we cannot lift the veil of the future, but when
time shall have rolled up the scroll, may it be fraught with the noble and brilliant deeds of
our classmates, known as men who were masters in their profession.
FRED J. MACDONALD.
SAMUEL HALCOM FSASCH. .
HOWARD ARTHUR HASSETT, . .
JAMES MARMADUKE FSODDY, A. M
FRED EARNEST BOLT, A. B., . .
DONALD BOYD, A. B., .
J. HOWARD HRANAN. . . .
JOHN EDWARD CANFIELD, .
HENRY MILLIGAN CHANDLER, A. B., .
SYLVESTER CORNELL CLEMANS, .
RUSSELL CLUTE, . . .
ARTHUR JUDSON COLE, .
HERBERT THOMAS CROUGH, .
ARCHIE IRVING CULLEN, fl' .Y If,
ARCHIBALD JOHN DOUGLAS, .
EDWIN MAURICE GRIFFITII,
CONRAD ROWLAND HOFFMAN, .
HEUBEN BURDETT HOYT, .
FRANK KEATOR, , . .
FREDERICK JOHN MAC DONALD,
CHARLES RICHARD MARSH, 41' E lf, . .
FRANK CLAY MAXON, JR., . .
MILES AMBROSE MCGRANE, . . .
JOHN CRAPO MERCHANT, A. H., Ll' li lf, N
ADDISON ROBERT MILLER .
WILLIAM LEO MULCAHY, . . .
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IHOMAS STEPHLN AUGUSTINL O CONN
MARK M. O'MEARA ,.,.
GEORGE EARNEST POOR, .
VIRGIL DURAL SELLECK, .
MILLARD FRANCES SHAFER, . .
EDWIN FOREST SILBEY,
FRANK TEMPLETON SMITH, . . .
GEORGE HENRY HUMPHREY SMITH,
CHESTER ERASTUS HIDLEY TRACY, .
JAMES NEWELLVANDER VEER, A.B.,.flJ1l1,V.E N
ISAAC ERNEST VAN HOESEN, . .
HARRY WILLIAM VICKERS, .
South Orange, N. J
ALBERT VANDER VEER, JR. N
GUY v. WILSON, N I5 N, .
Is. I.. SHAW, Q5 5 A-,
G. I.. BRANCH, .
IDN THE 25th of Septeinher 1111 expI'essiIII1 ut' joy wzis evitlelit IIII the I':Ices Int'
the fzicultyg Jlllal even Arthur was seen tn smile. The kll'L'!llll III: the cnllege
liitliertn unfulfilled, lI:Itl:It lust In:IteI'i:Ilizetl-- :Intl :I clziss wnrtlily III' the lIlSllllllltlll llilxi
:Ippe:II'etl. l'NIIne lcnew them hut tn luvc the, none n:IInetl thein hut tn PVIITSCT7 Cwith the
exceptinn nf the Suphsj
AfterzicoIIsIIltzItinI1 with Arthur un the liIclceI'qIIestiIII1, we left IIIII' I'lJllllL'S with the
registrar, :Ind were Iidinitted tn full l'IlCI'I1l5L'l'SlllP in the veixlzint section ul' the College. Antl
the faculty colnlnencuel to bleach out the clilumpliyll.
We missed our l110fl1Cl'S, hut lionur wzis nurs l'rIIIn the stzirtz in spite of lllll' sense Int'
unwnrtliiness we were assigned the highest sezits, :Intl gazed IIII the sl:IIIg.:lIter l'rIIIn Jll.Zll'.
The I.gI'eg:II'iIIIIs instinct wus nut Ivnrs until we L'llLilll'CLl the nniezil nl' the l'1l11'llIllL'
lectures :Intl slmt-gun quizzes. Then it wus evident thzit tlivitletl we f:Ill, Illlul su :I llllglllly
waive of sympathy oversprezitl the clziss Zllkl we were une. This unity stuml us iII gnntl
stead, when, a few weeks later we were forced to do battle for our rights'-and our rights
are still with us.
The flight of time would have passed unnoticed had not our hoard-hill pressed: and
soon the approaching Mid-Winters cast their shadows over us-some of us are beneath that
shadow still. The year wore on and still we struggled with our anotomy quizzes-with
hulging eyes last-fixed on the arhiter of our fate, "and still we gazed, and still the wonder
grew, that one small head could carry all he knew."
Our work was light and pleasilnt until, alas. the cold snap came, and as Arthur had
predicted, new arivals were posted on the hulletin hoard and we, as well as the elevator,
had our ups and downs. The elevator is now firmly grounded in the basement-
requiescat in pace. It will trouhle us no more.
But to return to more pleasant things: we survived the class banquet-liquor
Ammonii Acetatis gi. Would that we could find some antidote as effectual, for the final
CEORGE LAY BRANCH, . .
CHARLES VVILLIAM CHAPIN, .
ARTHUR PRESTON CLARK, ll' I' Ll, Jordilli.
CHESTER THOMPSON COBB, Southampton, Mass
MORRIS COHEN, PH. G, . Athany.
MILES JACOB CORNTHWAITE, L:iifsi1fgIm1'g.
JOHN ISAAC COTTER, . . Poughkeepsie,
MARCUS ALBERT CURRY, 411 I5 lt',. Voorheesville.
HARRY AUSTIN DAME, . . Albltliy.
ARTHUR THOMAS DAVIS, - UtIC!l.
THOMAS JOSEPH DOWD, COINJCS.
SILAS LORENZO IIILKINS, . AIIW:ll1y.
FRANK HENRY EISK, JR., I-I. S., Alhany.
I.EI.AND DELOS IJOSBURY, A. B., . Sldlley.
JOSEPII NICHOLS BENNETT GARLICK, . AIIH:lI1y.
VVILLIAM ENTWISTLE GARLICK, . F:lII River, MJISS.
EVERAI. C. HAVILAND, . . - Wtflctltt.
CROMER HOFFMAN, . . . Mechanicville.
HAROLD ELIPHALET HOYT, A. B., .Y E Y, Cambridge.
GEORGE JOHN JENNINOS, . . CIIIII'ItlJII.
Wn.1.nuvi GEORGE KEENS, 112 A 1-1, Albany.
ARTHUR CHARLES KLINE, ff' 5 lf, . Port Leyden.
GEORGE SPENCER LAPE,. . Mechanicville.
KENNETH KENYON LINSON, KIIILLSIOH.
WILLIAM EMANUEI. LOEBLE, Troy.
HARRY LOVEJOY LOOP, Tp E If,
HORATIO SEYMOUR MATTIMORE,
JOSEPH O'BRlEN, JR., B.
VINCENT O'LEARY, JR.,
DAY OLIN, A. B., .
OMER GEORGE PAQUET, .
JOHN HENDRY REID, Q I5 lc, .
BURT LUVERNE SHAW, PH. G., fb
CHARLES JAY. SHAW, . .
BENJAMIN J. SINGLETON, .
' wife, '
EDWARD AUGUSTINE STAPLETON,
LEONIDE GEORGE SURPRENANT,
ARTHUR WESLEY THOMAS, .
RICHARD HENRY VAN DENBURG,
ALBERT VANDER VEER, JR., A. B., If f-I IT, IV 27 W,
ALFRED LEROY WARNER, .
FRANK BARTON VVHEELER. 'P E lf, .
FRANK EDWARD WHITE, .
GUY VAIL WILSON, N 2 N, .
TREVOR CRANDALL YATES.
IVJ XC .lf-.i'i3,-C "', LJ
Glbcmg Saw School.
. VICE PRESIDENT
'I' REASU R ER.
, . SECRETARY.
AMASA J. PARKER, . .
SEYMOUR VAN SANTVOORD,
JAMES W. EATON, . .
CHARLES J. BUCHANAN,
ALTON B. Pfxieiciaie,
CHARLES C. l.Es'ri2R,
ALONZO P. STRONG,
Junsow S. LANDON,
ANDREW V. V. RAYMOND,
J MARCUS 'I'. HUN,
J. NEWTON FIERO,
DANFORTH E. AINSWORTH,
D. CADY HERRICK,
EDWARD ID. VVHITIE.
ANDREW V. V. RAYMQND, D. D., Li-. D.,
President of the University.
J. NEWTON FIERO, LI.. D., DEAN,
Pi'uceLlL1i'e, Equity, Torts.
JAMES W. EATON,
Evidence, Contmcts, B:1nki'uptcy.
ALBERT C TENNANT,
Criminzii Law, Resll :ind Perscmnl Pruperly,
JAMES F. TRACEY,
LEWIS R. PARKER,
FLETCHER W. BATTERSHALL,
Elementary Law, Domestic Relations.
ALVAH S. NEWCOMB,
The Statutes of New York.
HON. ALTON B. PARKER,
Development of the l.:1w.
HON. IRVING G. VANN, LL. D.,
HON. JUDSON S. LANDON, LL. D
HON. D. CADY HERRICK,
HON. ALDEN CHESTER,
The Fetlerul Judicial System.
HON. SIMON W. ROSENDALE,
The Civil Lzlw.
ANDREW MACFARLANE, M. D.,
HON. WALTER E. WARD,
Patents, Copyrights :ind Ti':1den::1rlcs.
SIEPHEN B. GRISWOLE.
looks :md Their Uses.
Class of 1901
CHARLES J. HERRICK, .
LESLIE M. SAUNDERS, . . Vlctlf-PIQESIDENT
VVILLIAM H. A. MILLS, . SECRETARY.
CHESTER A. VAN ARSDALE, - TREASURER.
FOX SPONABLE, . . ORATOR.
H. BRADLEY CARROLL, . PROPHET.
DANIEL T. CASEY, JR., ADDRESSOR.
STANILEY B. SHERMAN, . . HISTORIAN.
WILLIAM E. FITZSIMMONS, . TOASTMASTER.
JAMES A. QUINN, . . . MARSHAL.
DAVID F. LITTLE, . . POET.
REV. FREDERICK N. RUTAN, . . . . CHAPLAIN.
H. WESTLAKE COONS, CHAIRMAN.
HAROLD J. HINMAN, FRANK R. KEESHAN,
CHAS. E. NORRIS, HARRY E. KELLAR,
FRANCIS E. SHAFFER, MICHAEL E. IVICTYGUE.
CHARLES H. F. RElLLY,Un1nn, Allmny.
WILLIAM A. DAVIDSON, . . . CflI1I1SI'SlI7XX'l1.
HENRY HIRSCHFELD, . . . AIIW:lI1y.
DUNCAN DOUGLAS, A. B., Yule. if J fig . Albany.
HAROLD JAY HINMAN, PH. B., rl if ff, Union, Albany.
ROBERT M. EAMES, A. B., fl' I' J, Union, . Allmny.
NORTHRUP R. HOLMES, . . .
VVILLIAM H. A. MILLS, .
WILLIAM H. BUSHELI.,
JAMES F. HENNESSY,
FRANK R. KEESHAN, .
HARRY E. KELLER,
HARRY E. CLINTON,
CHARLES J. RUSSEL
MICHAEL J. DRISCO
DAVID F. LITTLE,
LESLIE M. SAUNDERS
WM. F. MORRIS, .
, PH. D., Univers
ily uf V1. ,
H. WESTLAKE COONS, B. S., Wesleyan,
C. G. CUNNINGI-IAM, PH. B., HIIIIIiltOI1,
JAMES V. COFFEY, T J Ili, . .
EDWARD B. PARTRIDGE, 11111 IP, HUlW!ll't, .
ELON GILBERT GALUSHA. A. B., JI IC IC, fl' .Lf 'l', .
H. BRADLEY CARROLL, .il V, 1F .J 47,
University of ROcIIeslcI'.
TIBEITTS WALKER, A. M-,WCSlCy1ll1,
FRANK X. SULLIVAN, . .
DAYTON FULLER SMITH, Clllgflte, .
FRED H. EOOERS, . .
CHARLES S. HERRICK, A. B., 0 A
WILI.IAM M. VERBECK, . .
EDWIN H. VAN DYCK,
STANLEY B. SHERMAN, . .
CHARLES F. DOYLE, A. B., YTIIE
EDWARD MONAHAN, .
J. EDWARD LUNDRICAN,
GEORGE O. TUCK, . .
CLARENCE E. CONANT, Q J IP, Yale,
WILI.IAM P. WILEERT. . .
CHARLES C. ANNABEL,
JAMES A. QLIINN, . .
ROBERT FRAzIER, A. B., I3 I-I Il, fp 41 f1',S
FREDERICK E. W. DARROW, .
CHARLES D. DEYO, Yule,
West Pitswn, PII.
JOSEPH DELANEY, . . .
WM. LLOYD WIDDEMER,I'Izlrv:n1I,
Cx. LINN PRESCOTT, . .
DARIUS PECK, A. B., Yale,
R. MORRELL HARZBERG.
MICHAEL E. MCTYGUE, .
WM. E. EITZSINIMONS, .
CHESTER A. VAN ARSDALE,
DANIEL CASEY, JR., ,
WILLARD J. SAUNDERS,
VVILLIANI J. F. HOGAN,
JOHN H. MORTON,
GEORGE M. VELIE,
FRANCIS J. SHAFFER, .
D. M. HAZELTON,
JOHN C. LAMON, .
CHARLES E. NORRIS,
RAY VVALDO MERRILL, .
RICHARD S. TERRY, A T KZ, A. B., . .
St. I.:1wre.tce University.
JOHN GIBSON HINMAN ,...
GUY O. HINMAN,
J. W. RUSSELL, ' .
HOWARD H. BORST,
MARTIN S. Nnx ,.,..
FREDERICK N. RUTAN, A. B., A. M., Princeton,
JOHN PALLACE, JR. ,....
WILLIAM A. GOLD,
Glass of 1902.
MELVIN 'ii HENDER, .1 J ffl,
WILHUR W. OHAMHERS, .
HUGH W. DARRIN, .
EDWARD C. CONWAY, .
GEORGE E. PIKE, 1: 1.1 Il,
FRANK M. HIOKOK,
JAMES J. NOLAN, .
GEORGE S. NlCNlll-l.AN, .
RAYMOND ELYNN, .
EZRA A. BARNES,
PAUL Nl. Plil.l.E'l'Rl-EAU, MORRIS H. SHEDD,
GORDON G. HARRIS, JOHN F. BRADY,
THOMAS F. J. lVlCDliRNlO'l'T.
JOHN F. BRADY, .... Allvziny.
GEO. A. HOLCOMBIE, B. S., Union, J V, H:1i'tl'm1l, Cnnn,
MILTER P. ALLEN. Univcrsity DI' Ruzlwster, Penfield.
FRANK A. AGNIEW, . . . Pl:lltSlwu1'g.
ALONZO l-. BLAKE, A. B., Alnlwrsl, Niclinlville.
RALPH J. HAWKINS, . . . Islip.
GEO. S. NlGNlll.LAN,
PAUL M. PEl,l.ETREAU, .
WILBUR W. CHAMBERS,
MELVIN T. BENDER, A. B., A
11 Qi, Union,
RAYMOND FLINN, University of Chicago.
H. G. HOLAHAN, .
BENJAMIN B. HUTCHINS, C. E., . .
Pennsylvania Military Academy.
WlLl.lAM E. LOEBLE,
STEPHEN S. READ, PH. B., U
ANDREW C. FENTON, A. B.,
JOHN ALLEN ROTHERTY,
HERBERT C. POTTER,
DUDLEY B. WADE,
LEVI R. CHASE, .
V' 'F J 'P, Haniilto
HUGH WHBSTJQR DARRIN, X ,
FRANK N. HICKOK, .
c2ioRu1a E. PIKE, A. B., li 1-1 11, fr .1 111, Ui ion,
JAMES J. NOLAN, .
JOHN J. P. MARQUJSTTH, .1 1
JoHN J. lV.CMUl.l.EN, .
ERNEST I.. ISOOTHBY,
GORDON G. l'lAliRIS,
EDWARD C. CONWAY,
JAME9 T. KNAPP, flf .1 fl-,
BRUCE N. MARTIN, .
'l'l-IOMAS F J. MQ:DisRMo'r'r,
ll.'xRIsY HOWARD, .
RJHna..a-oR.J W K.-X'l'HAN,
lliznieafi' B. Jo:-lus, .
LJLIVER l1l1,l.Xl4 FEQGAR,
c.n.n..1e-..H C. SHELDUN,
Hl:N.iA.MllN U. H.-XICBHF, .
ICANSOM ll. c5.1.1.:er, Fl-l. B., wall-,
ALBHR 1' if. DEYOUNU, .
QQHARLHS R. Wngrsia,
GBQLRQJ J. MooRE,3 .
l-Hs'ruR 11 HUl3l3ARD, A. B.,
ANDREW J. HAMMBR, .
DOUGLAS W. PAIGE, A. B., E AP, fl' J 'f, Union,
Morton, R. l.
N.-xx' London, Cu
Alcx.1n.lria B .g.
CHARLES W. U. SNEED,
CLAYTON G. CHANEY, .
PEDRO G. ANIADOR, .
Universidad de Barcelona, A. B., Instituto de
EZRA A. BARNES, . .
GEO. I-I. SMITH, .
RALPH S. IVES, . .
DAVID WILLIAIvI WOOLSEY,
GEORGE B. NICCARTER, JR.,
JOHN W. NICLINDON, Cornell,
MORRIS H. SHEDD, . .
ERSKINE C. ROGERS, A. B., X
NEIL Nl. SCULLY, . .
CECIL C. VAN VALKENBURGH
Camuy, Porto Rico
Sollcac of Dlymwmlacg.
WILLIAM J. VVALKER, . PRESIDENT.
CHARLES NEWMAN, . . VICE-PRESIDENT
CHARLES H. GAUS, . . . TREASURER.
DEBAUN VAN AKEN, PH. G. ,,.... SECRETARY.
ANDREW VAN VRANKEN RAYMOND, IJ. D., LL. D.,
VVILLIS G. IUCKIER, M. IJ., PH. D.
JOHN M. HIGELOW, M. IJ., DOUW H. FUNDA,
ARTHUR L. ANDREWS, OTTO SCHOLZ.
ANDREW VAN VRANKEN RAYMOND, D. D.
President of the University.
WILLIS G. TUCKER, M. D., PH. D.,
4 Lnncxlster Street, Pn+I'essD1'nf Chemistry.
ALFRED B. HUESTED, M. D., PH. G.,
, Li.. D.,
144 State Street, Professnr Dt' Botany :ind Mnterizi Metlicn.
GUSTAVUS MICHAELIS, PH. G.,
2 tn 8 Bi'u1itIxx':ly, PI'HI.CSStlI' DI' Phzlrinzley,
DE BAUN VAN AKEN, PH. G.,
Lecturer nn Plizirmxiey.
THEODORE J. BRADLDY, PH. G.,
Instructor in Chemistry.
FRANK RICHARDSON, PH. G.,
Instructor in Mziterizi Medica :ind Director nf IJIIIII'ITI1lCCLlIICilI Lxilwnrzltery.
THOMAS W. JENKINS, M. D.,
Instrnetnr in Micmsenpy.
Boarb of EXCIIIIIIICSIE.
LOUIS SAUTTER, PH. G. CHARLES H.
EDWARD F. HUNTING, PH. G.
Glass of 1901.
GUY G. STEPHENSON, .
FRANCIS H. DONALDSON,
CHARLES M. OTIS, JR.,
GEORGE L. SOUTHWORTH,
WILLIAM A. LARKIN, .
GEORGE MESNIG, .
FRED L. ALBEE,
UBERT F. BROWER,
ARTHUR K. BROWN, .
ORVILLE S. CLARK, .
JACOB COHEN, .
HERBERT A. DE LA NIATER,
CASPER J. DOBROGINSRI,
FRANGIS H. DONALDSON,
JOHN H. DWYER, .
CHARLES H. Fox,
FRANK H. HAVENS, .
VERNE HICKS, .
WILLIAM B. HOGAN,
WILLIAM A. LARKIN, .
JESSE W. LEAVITT, .
JAMES H. MGCULLOUGH,
GEORGE L. NIESNIG,
WALTER J. MOFEITT,
LEON F. MONTGOMERY,
SECRETARY AND TREASURER
EUGENE L. MYER,
CHARLES M. OTIS, JR.,
FRANK M. POST, .
RALPH A. PURINTON, .
SAMUEL T. QUINN,
DANIEL RICE, .
JOSEPH P. SEGUIN, .
GEO. S. SLADE, .
CHARLES H. SMITH, JR.,
GEORGE L. SOUTH WORTH,
GUY G. STEPHENSON,
CHARLES N. STEWART, . .
EARLE J. VOSBURGH,
JAMES H. WALSH,
lass of 1902.
GEORGE G. LENNY,
JOHN E. MCNANY, .
LAURENGE H. BURKE,
JQHN J. MONAHAN, .
F. CLAYTON BARROWS, .
LAURENGE H. BURKE,
GERARD W. CLARE,
PATRICK J. DONOYAN,
ARTHUR J. DORAN,
S. ERNEST DORN, .
GEORGE H. DUPONT, .
JAMES S. FARLEY,
WILLIAM J. FRIDAY,
EDWARD A. GILLANS,
HARRY B. GREENMAN, .
FRED HARMON, .
FRANCIS A. KEIENAN,
JOHN J. KNAUF,
JAMES R. LANGTON,
GEORGE G. LENNY, .
JOHN A. LIVINGSTON, .
ANDREW W. MCLOUGHLIN,
. VICE-PRESIE I-NT
JOHN E. MCNANY,
JOHN J. MONAHAN, .
JOHN K. OAKES, .
ELMER W. PEPPER, .
CLARENCE B. PUTNAM, . .
JOHN D. SAUTER, .
CHARLES E. STICKLES,
RICHARD C. SULLIVAN,
CHARLES S. TIFFT,
HARLEY E. WADE,
HENRY C. WILSON, .
HARLEY L. WHIPPLE,
ANDREW H. WITZE, .
ARTHUR B. YOUNG,
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J. Bayard Backus,
Allan H. Jackson,
E. A. Carnlan,
Hon. Samuel T. Benedict,
William C. Yates,
Duncan C. Kennedy,
John Emilius Parker.
Harry R. Wilson, Theo. DeL. Cnftln,
Hnn. Everett Smith,
D. Nl. Van Eps,
Charles G. Sewall,
William S. Stathnff,
Sam. L. G. Knox,
Arthur B. Lawrence.
James H. Sn
William R. Pritchartl, George R. Dnnnan,
Raymond C. Donnan, Tlumias G. Delhritlge,
Stephen C. Fiern, James Fuller Lawsing,
J. Gilbert Cool, Archihaltl H. Rutledge.
Harry E. Nlereness, Jr.
Kappa Cllpba Society.
Sounbcb at llnion Glollcgc, l825.
NEW YORK ALPHA, .
MASSACH USETTS ALPHA,
NEW YORK BETA, .
NEW YORK GAMMA,
ON'rAmo ALPHA, .
QUEBEC ALPHA, .
Rev. John B. Linn,
Hon. E. Winslow Paige,
Geo. W. Featherstonhzn
Franklin P. Wemple,
DeLancy W. Watkins,
Henry B. McQueen,
B. Cleveland Sloan,
R. Hamilton Gihbes,
Maurice A. Viele,
William G. Gilmour,
Robert Chauncey Yates,
W ilter E. Kruesi,
Hallett Morton Murphy,
Prof. Howard Optlyke,
James W. Veetler,
Robert F. Gilmour,
Edward E. Yelverton,
Frank van tler Bogert,
August H. Kruesi,
P. Bertram Yates,
Geo. W. Featherstonhaugh, Jr.,
William C. Bamher.
Richard Franchot Warner.
I John Dennette Guthrie.
Allen Steele Peck
Winslow Barnes Watson,
Douglass W. Paige, IOOO.
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founbcb at lluion College, 1827.
ALPHA OF NEW YORK
BETA OF NEW YORK, .
Al.PHA OF MASSACH USETTS,
DELTA OF NEW YORK, .
ALPHA OF VERMONT, .
ALPHA OF MICHIGAN, .
ALPHA OF PENNSYLVANIA,
EPSILON OF NEW YORK,
l'l1mln:11'l Cnllege, . ,
University nf Micl1i5.f:1n,
Hon. Alexander J. Thompson, John Dcldancy Watkins.
William l.. Pearson, M. D., Edgar Wallace Schurmerhorn.
Alexandur Rankin, D. D., James Roht. Charlton Armstrong
John Kcyes Paige, William T. B. Mynderse,
George Maxon, Fred Waldorf Hild,
Thomas Moore, Robert B. Beale,
Prof. Sidney G. Ashmore, L. H. D., Harold W. Buck,
Herman V. Mynderse, M. D., Herbert Fuller,
Nelson Waite, Evan R. Cnllings,
Howard Pottcr Dunham.
John P. Carver, Fenwick M. Theho.
William W. Cronlqhitc, Howard R. Glutzheck.
.A V X M
Delta Dbi S1'LIfCI'Ilif1j.
'ounbcb at llnion Lilolicgc, 1821
University nf New York.
University of Punnsylvnnin.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institut
Jnhns I-lnpkins Uiiivursily,
Hon. Samuel W. Jackson,
Prof. Wendell Lamoroux,
Col. Allan H. Jackson,
J. Alexander Lyon,
Ethan A. Maxon,
Dewitt C. Smith,
Rev. Junius C. Fallon,
Prof. James R. Truax,
Prof. Thomas W- Wright
Prof. Benjamin H. Ripton
Horatio G. Glen,
Irving P. Estcourt,
Rev. Lyman P. Hitchcock,
George DeB. Greene,
Alhert B. Van Voast,
Horace S. Van Voast,
Charles W. Trumbull,
Nicholas l. Veeder,
W. Howard Wright,
Marvin H. Strong,
Benjamin A. Burtiss,
Franklyn P. Jackson,
Willialn A. Wyatt,
William E. Brown,
Stephen C. Medhery, Jr.,
Edward W. Strong,
Frank T. Wright,
Charles H. Mac Culloch
Wilfred D. Hodson,
John 'l'. Jackson,
Porter Lee Merriman. LeRoy Jenerson Weed.
Herhert Cass Bothwell, Donald Carlton Hankes,
Frank Lawrence Stiles.
Curtis Daniel Bunting, Eugtgrge Hulgapple,
DeForest Williams Weed.
Cliarles Qiewrsre Brand, Charles Edwin Heath,
Walter bwflld Cfilllli Elhert Verity Mullenneaux,
Samuel Randall Davenport, George Vaughn Sherrill,
Charles Gowdy Stiles.
William Edgar Merriman, Jr., '98.
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ounbcb at llnion College, 1855.
New York University.
University of Nlicliigan.
University of Pennsylvania
University of Nlinnesota.
University of Wisconsin.
University of Chicago.
Hon. Judson S. Landon, Ll-. D.,
Prof. Olin H. Landreth, C. E.,
Rev. J. V. C. Cooper,
Robert J. Landon,
Martin P. Swart,
William J. Van Aulcen,
William F. Rost,
Charles E. Barry,
Hon. Joseph B. Graham,
Roy Edwin Argersinger,
Prof. Arthur Marvin, A. M.
Rev. R. F. Hogan,
C. V. Whitmyre,
Ashley J. Braham,
William C. Guernsey,
John G. Shumacher,
Harry B. Oatley,
H. B. Noyes,
James Emmett Finegan, Neilson Campbell Hannay,
Everett Turnur Mallery, Fraser Metzger.
John Albert Bolles, Gordon Emmons Van Loon
Lewis Tiffany Hunt, George Walrath,
Edward Holland Rider, Frank Hagan Daley,
Henry Arthur Pearce, Norman Norton Gould,
Bert William Roy.
William Gideon Closson, Henry Joseph Langlois
Clarence Raymond Darby, John Fay Putnam,
John Henry Gutmann.
Hugh Bradley Carroll, George Algernon Holcombe
John P. Marquette.
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TUFTS, . - .
DEPAUW, . . .
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA,
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA,
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUUE OF
SWARTHNIORE, . .
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
LELAND STANFORD, .
NICGILI. UNIVERSITY, .
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, .
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO,
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, .
Col. Charles F. Lewis,
Wintield S. Hunter,
Dr. Wm. T. Clute,
Wm. C. Vrooman,
Alfred E. Gregg,
Rev. George Edwin Ta
James H. Callanan,
Rev. Albert B. Herman,
H. Earl Furman,
Henry D. Tremper,
Dr. Albert B. VanVranken
James C. Cooper,
Harry A. Furman,
Wayne R. Brown.
Theodore B. Brown.
LeRoy T. Bradford,
William Penn White.
John Alvin Strauss,
Philip L. Tliomson,
Arthur H. Lawton,
W. B. Richmond.
Horatio Jones Brown, Arthur Spencer Golden,
Joseph Harvey Clements, Jr.
Frank Taylor Ostrander, Raymond Rix Crim,
William Hugh Gillespie.
Herbert Gideon Hoxie, Reuben Fenton Howe,
Elbert Theodore Rulison, Carl Esselstyn McCombs,
Edward Douglas Greenman, Frank Rudd Andrews, '
Franklin Henry Drees.
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founoeo at llnion College, 184l.
Roll of Cilplpos.
University of Michigan,
University of Minnesota.
University of Wisconsin.
Stevens Institute of Technology
University of Georgia.
Leland Stanford University.
University of California.
University of Chicago.
Glpba 'Delta Digi.
A. V. V. Rilylllllllkl, .lwli
,l.1l111 A. D.'RClllL'l',
S nnncl H. Howe,
Alnnzn P. Sll'lllljI,
ljflllllillll R. Tull,
.I nnus A. Vnn Vnnsl,
Lrc W. C ise,
l':1':111kIi11 W. NlcCl1:ll:1n,
.l.1l1:1 C. V.1n Vunst,
Henry S. Willis
J:1n1cs Wnltnn Cln-esl1c11'm1L1p:l1,
I1 lI'.l Bc1111c-ll.
llnnn is l.. W.1lliu1'.
Frm! B. Howell,
CllJll'lL'S 'I'. MCMllllCll,
Nl:1ll1c1v Nl. Cnrlvin,
Everett Hqilc, Jr.
l:1n1es W:nlsw411'tl1 Nliller, JI
Clixlrlcs Pn1'l'11' W1ljl,'lJIlCl'-
Hlll'l'j' l.1lLll'Cl'IS Crnin,
Aililislm Hnqillinp: Hinn1:1n,
Ruln-rt Brncc Hnznllcy, Jr.,
H1ll'l'y' C:n11pl1ell Hoyt,
A1'll1u1' Slltldllll R:1y1111111d,
.I11scpl1 Nlillnn RLISSLIIN,
Wlllznxl Slc11':11'l Yxnus.
John Ggirsl lc Gm-cn,
5.llllllCl linrncll Howe, Jr.,
Arcl1il1:1lii Allen Lee.
Herlvcrt liml Alter,
JOHNS HOPKINS, .
Cilpba Delta Dbi.
founbcb at Ijamilton College, 1852.
Roll of Qlyuptcrs
Amherst College, .
Bowdoin College, -
Dzxrtincuth College, .
University of Micliigon,
University of Rochester,
Willi:11ns College, .
College ofthe City of New
Union College, .
'l'rinity College, .
Yule University, .
Johns Hopkins University,
University of Minnesota,
University of Chicago,
Beta Gfbeta Di.
Horace T. Eddy,E. E.,
Allen J. Dillingham,
Kelton C. Radliff,
Hobart Bentley Ayers,
Allen Bacon Andrews,
Frederick William Closs,
Berton A. Garrett,
F. Roy Champion,
Frederick J. McTopping,
Fred Atwood Jones,
Alfred H. Mclntire,
Frederick C. Clark,
Hon. George W. Van Vranken
David F. Van Wormer,
Daniel H. Deyoe,
Edward E. Palmer,
Charles F. Stone,
Charles E. Palmer,
Frederick A. Mott,
Leonard L. Everson,
George G. Jones,
James R. Dyke,
Harry A. Dolley.
Charles Joseph Bennett, Wellington E. Van Wormer,
John McNab, Earl Brown Slack.
Lester W. Bloch.
Morris Bloch, Harry Neuman Bowler, Thomas Richard Tillo
Joseph Friend Harris, Benjamin Long Huff,
William Carl Treder.
George Elwood Pike, 1900, Robert Frazier, A. B.
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Beta G,-l2ClLI Di.
jounbcb at llliami, l859.
Roll of Glyuptcrs
Miznni University, Ohio.
Cohnnlvizi University. N. Y.
University of lown.
Johns Hopkins University, Md.
Westminster College, Mo.
low:1 Wesleyzin, Iowa.
Denison University, Ohio.
Wittenlvurg College, Ohio.
Richmond College, Vn.
University ol' Wooster, Ohio.
University ot' Kansas, Kun.
D!lI'l.ll1Ulllll College, N. H.
University of Wisconsin.
Diclcinson College, Pu.
University of Denver,
Pennsylvxlnixi Stxlte College.
Knox, Gzileshurg, Ill.
Western Reserve, Ohio.
Kenyon College, Ohio.
University of Missouri.
Lehigh University, Pzi.
Cornell University, N. Y.
Syracuse University, N. Y.
University of Mziine.
Rutgers College, New Brunswiclc, N. J
Amherst College, Mzlss.
Vantlerlwilt University, Tenn.
University of Cincinnati.
University of Minnesota.
West Virginia University.
Colgate University, N. Y.
St. Lawrence University.
Beloit College, WIS.
De Patnv University, Intl.
Centre College. Ky.
University of North Carolin:
Washington and Jefferson Colle e
Hanover College, Intl.
Brown University, R. I.
University 4 I' Michigan.
Union University. N. Y.
Wesleyan University, Conn
University of CaliI'ornia,
University ol' Virginia.
University of Pennsylvania.
Davitlson College, N. C.
Bethany, West Virginia.
Northwestern University, Ill.
Stevens University of Teclin
Wabash College, Intl.
Ohio Wesleyan University.
Ohio State University.
Hamtlen-Sidney College, Va
University ul' Missouri.
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Willizun H. Lznvton,
Ubi Delta Gfbeta.
New york Beta.
Rev. Walter H. Wziygoocl,
A. C. Piclcforci,
Clnrence H. Green,
C. S. Hnrt,
Hownrcl M. Vnn Guileler,
H. A. Hzigndorn,
H. P. Willis,-
Rev. John C. Knox,
Williinn M. Purmnn,
G. A. Harvey,
C. H. Nlossmnn,
Ornn O. Rider,
John S. Wise, Jr.,
W. H. Thompson,
C. L. Stone.
John Luelclen, Henry Alvin Bzirrett,
Gilhert Sylvester Woolworth. Wnlter Ennis Hnys,
Robert Finney Barrett,
Arthur Guy Pickens,
Cornelius Lansing Hziys,
Williznn Henry Guznxlinier,
Wnlter Echvzirel Bezxclle.
George LeRoy Shelley
Dickinson Earnest Griffith
Arthur Ernest Bishop,
Clinton Benjznnin Hziwn,
Joseph Lewi DUl1llZlLlSt3l',
Dbi Delta Gfbeta Sratcrnitg.
MAINE ALPHA, . .
jounbcb at liliami, 1848.
NEW HAMPSHIRE ALPHA, .
VERMONT ALPHA, .
RHODE ISLAND ALPHA,
NEW YORK ALPHA,
NEW YORK PETA, .
NEW YORK DELTA,
NEW YORK EPSILON,
VIRGINIA BETA, .
VIRGINIA GAMMA, .
VIRGINIA ZETA, .
NORTH CAROLINA BETA,
KENTUCKY ALPHA, .
GEORGIA ALPHA, .
GEORGIA BETA, .
University of Vermont.
Washington Illikl Jeffer
University of P:nnsylv
University of Virginia
Wnsliington !lI'l.l Lee University.
University of North C:
University of Georgia.
TEXAS BETA, .
IOWA BETA, -
CALIFOI- NIA ALPHA,
OHIO THETA, .
University of the South.
University of Alabama.
Alabama Polytechnic Institute.
University of Mississippi.
University of Texas.
Miami University. '
Ohio Wesleyan University.
University of Wooster.
Ohio State University,
De Pauw University.
University of Michigan.
Illinois Wesleyan University.
University of Illinois.
University of Wisconsin.
University of Missouri.
Iowa Wesleyan University.
State University of Iowa.
University of Minnesota.
University of Kansas.
University of Nebraska.
University of California.
Leland Stanford, Jr., Univers
University of Cincinnati.
WASHINGTON ALPHA, . University of Washington.
Ubi 601111116 Delta.
Prof. Frank S. Hoffman,
Prof. Alhert H. Pepper,
Prof. Frederic R. Jones,
J. R. Lovejoy,
F. K. While,
Charles G. Briggs, M. D.,
Charles l. Burkholder,
Glen C. Guy,
Clinton W. Jones,
A. l.. Rohrer,
E. W. Rice. Jr.,
Charles C. Huestis,
Henry G. Reist,
Charles W. Fletcher,
Charles J. Heihnan,
Louis T. Rainey,
Will Clyde Campbell
Harry Casper Walter
Robert Bruce Tummonds.
John Hawley Cook,
Herlverl Lee Fuller,
Howard Emmet Sands,
l.ouis Francis Schroeder,
Morey Charles Collier,
Thaddeus Guilford Cowell.
Robert Hoyt Johnston.
Samuel J. Neff.
Walter Allen Cowell
Frank Watkin Neary
Guy Brown Griswold,
Joseph Ransom Brown, Jr
Henry Seymour Ohnstead
Sanford Augustus Moeller
K ' M
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founbeb at 1Daslyi11gto11 one jeyferson College, 1848,
PSI, . .
BETA DEUTERON, .
ZETA DEuTE1eoN, .
ZETA, . .
Nu DEUTERON, .
BETA, . .
Pl DEUTERON, .
Wzisliington :mtl .lL'l4l-L'I'Sllll Colle
Bethel College, . .
University ol' Virgi11i:1, ,
Alleglmnny College, .
College of the City of New Yorli.
Illinois Wk'Slt'j'JlIl University,
Ctlltllilllll College, . .
Roanoke College, .
KINJX CollL'5IC, . .
VV:1sl1i11ggton:111tl Lee University,
Ol1i.1:111el Wesleyan University,
Hzimptlen Sidney College, .
l11eli:111:1 State University,
Yzile U11ive1'sity, .
Ol1ioSt:1te Uiiiversity, .
University of Pe1111sylv:1ni:1,
University of K- nsns, .
SIGMA, . .
BETA CHI. .
DELTA XI, .
'l'HETA PSI, .
CHI, . .
CHI IOTA, .
CHI MU, .
l-Jlf1lyL'ltlf Cullegv. .
l.cl1i3gI1 Ul1iX'L'l'Sily, .
Ul1IYL'I'S1lA' 111' C:1lif111'11i:1,
WiIli:1111 Jcwvll Cullegc,
C111'I1cll UIliVUI'Sily, .
M11SS!1Cl1llSL'1l':- lnslitutc 11l4'l'ccl11111l111Ly,
Ul1iX'Cl'Sily of Mi1111es11l:1,
UIliX'CI'Sily 91' 'l'e1111c-ssee,
W111'cestc1' P11lylccl111ic Ins
J11l111s Huplcins UI1iVt'l'Sily
New York UI1iVCI'Sity, .
'I'1'i11ily College, .
Ul1i911 Cullcgc, .
UI11VL'I'Sily uf Illinois,
UI1iX'L'l'Sily 111' Neh1':1sk:1.
U11ivc1'sity 111' MiSSllKlI'i,
U11ive1'Si1y 111' M:1i11c, .
UI1iX't'l'Si1.y nf W:1sl1i11gl911
Dbi Sigina Kappa.
Arthur Guernsey Root, M. D., Willis Goss MacDonald, M. D.,
William Henry Happel, M. D., Charles Edmund Davis, M. D.,
George Emory Lochner, M. D., Arthur Sautter, M. D.,
Harry Judson Lipes, M. D., Clement Frank Theisen, M. D.,
Leo Haendel Newman, M. D., Charles Harper Richardson. M. D.
Hermon Camp Gordinier, M. D., William Hailes, M. D.,
Theodore F. C. Van Allen, M. D.
Willis Goss MacDonald, M. D.,
William Jacob Nellis, M. D.,
George Gustave Lempe, M. D.,
Andrew Herbert Bayard, M. D.,
Arthur Sautter, M. D.,
Harry Judson Lipes, M. D.,
Charles Edmund Davis, M. D.,
William Hailes, M. D.,
Louis LeBrun, M. D.,
Arthur Ezra Falkenburg, M.
Arthur Anderson Will, M. D.,
Ernest Albert Sweet, M. D.,
Eugene V:m Slyke, M. D.,
Adam James Blessing, M. D.,
George Emory Lochner, M. D.
Clement Frank Theisen, M. D.
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, M. D.
Hermon Camp Gordinier, M. D.
William Henry Happel, M. D.
Arthur Guernsey Root, M. D.
Walter Buskirk Rossman, M. D.
James Wesley Wiltse, M. D.,
Thos. HartCunningham, M. D.
Leo Haendel Newman, M. D.
Charles Lansing Witbeck, Robert Beatty Castree,
Clayton Kendall Haskell, zd, Michael Joseph Thornton,
Edward Gerald Griffin, Joseph Waldron Moore,
John Michael Gritiin, John Wilson Burns,
Robert Beatty Cox.
Charles P. Wagner.
Archie Irving Cullen, Charles Richard Marsh, Frank T. Smith
Marcus Albert Cuny,
Harry Lovejoy Loop,
Frank Barton Wheeler,
Robert Joseph O'Brien, Jr.,
Arthur Charles Kline,
John Hendry Reid,
Burt Luverne Shaw,
George John Jennings.
Dbi Sigmm Kappa.
jounbeb at liiussaclytlsctts aQl'iCllIfll1'Cll Qiollcgc, 18?5.
Roll of Q'.Iyaptcrs.
ALPHA, . Mnssncliusetts Agrict1lturg:lC
BETA, Union University.
GAMMA, . Cnrnell University.
DELTA, West Virginin.
EPSILON . Yule University.
ZETA, University nf New Ynrlc.
ETA, . . University of Mzirylnnd.
THETA, Columbia University.
IOTA, . Stevens Institute.
KAPPA, Pennsylvnnizx State College.
LAMBDA, . Columbia University.
MU, University of Pennsylvnnin.
NU, . . . . Lehigh University.
Roll of Gllubs.
New YORK CLUB, ALBANY CLUB, BOSTON CLUB.
T11 DIQIIILI 2111.
Albert Vander Veer, M. D., Ph. D.,
Henry Hun, M. D.,
Samuel Baldwin Ward, M. D., Ph. D., John Vincent Hennessy, M D
Cyrus Strong Merrill, M. D.,
Alvah Harry Traver, M. D.,
Edgar Alhert Vander Veer., M. D.,
Otis Z. Bruton, M. D.,
Roy Leighton Lealc, M. D.,
Emmett Howd, M. D.,
Henry Powers Hammond, M. D.,
Joseph Davis Craig, M.
Howard Frost King, M. D.,
Eugene Hinman, M. D.,
William H. Young. M. D.,
Harry J. VVhite, M. D.,
George Lenz, M. D.,
Reid Gilmore, M. D.,
Lester Hayden Humphrey, M. D
Walter Leslie Huggins, M. D.,
William John Cavanaugh, M. D.
Harris Moak. M. D.,
Klelwer A. Campbell, M. D.,
Charles Guy Lyon, M. D.
James Everett Kelleyf'
Arthur J. Bedell,
Leland Orlo White,
George A. Smith,
Thomas Carney.' ' Frederick Cornwall Reedf
Fred E. Letticef' Stillman Smith Ham.
James Newell Vander Veer, John Crapo Merchant,
R. B. Hoyt, Russell Clute,
Frank C. Maxon.
Harold E. Hoyt,
Guy V. Wilson,
Arthur T. Davis,
4' Charter Memlwers.
Alliert Vander Veer, Jr.,
Dennis A. Murphy,
John i. Cotter.
2111 Slglilcl Zzll.
at dim Grbor, liiiclpigon, 1882.
Roll of Chapters.
University of Michigan, Ann Arhor.
Detroit College of Medicine.
Western University of Pennsylvania, Pittshurg.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
Northwestern University, Chicago.
College of Physiciisns and Surgeons, Chicago.
Medical College of Ohio. Cincinnati.
Coluinhia Unive.sity, New Yvrk.
Rush Medical College, Chicago.
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
University of Southern Calitornizi, Los Angeles.
University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New Yorl
Washington University, St. Louis.
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelp via.
Western Reserve University, Clevel:in.i.
University of Cornell, New York City.
Cooper Medical College, San Francisco.
University of California, San Francisco.
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H. G. Glen,
J. C. Vnn Vnnsl,
N. I. Vu-cdcr,
W. H. Pzissmge,
D. J. Hinton,
Frud W. Hild,
Kcllnn C. Rznllifli,
Clfbcta 2711 Epsilon.
T. l-. Wnllicr,
Edwin G. Cwmlc,
H. l:. l-furnmn,
C. I.. Enders.
H. S. Eslcourt,
A. B. V:1n Vnnsl,
Flu! W. Cluss,
l.. W. Czisc,
W. G. Gilinnnr,
C. 'l'. l.nlwcnstcin,
M. H. Slrimg,
W. H. Plll'I11!Il1,
W. A. Cnlnplwll,
'lill0I1111S E. Imxivcinm
G. LL-Roy Shelly, Jnnics W. Millcr,
Jnhn A. l.uglLlcn, fillllllltl' Kline,
Hiirry A. Bnrrcll.
Dunnld C. Hnwlic Arllnn' S. Rnynnnnl,
Rulvcrt B. Huznllcy, Hcrlwcrt C. Bolliwcll,
Hurry C. l-lnyt, Frank L. Stiles,
Willznxl S. Yates.
Chem Zzll Epsilon.
Roll of Lilpupters.
ZETA XL . .
University of California.
Rensselaer Polytechnie Institute
PClll1Sy'lVlllllIl State College,
University of Pennsylvania-
New York University.
University of Michigzin.
Ohio Stzlte University.
Washington :md Jefferson.
Chio Wesleyan University.
Case School of Applied Science
Dbi Beta Kappa.
Glplya of New york.
Edwin C. Angle,
Prof. Sidney G. Ashmore, I.. H. D.,
Prof. John I. Bennett,
Hon. John A. DeRemer,
George W. Fentherstonh:nigli,
Horatio G. Glen,
Hon. Joseph B. Gr:1h:un,
Prof. Frzink S. Hoffinxin, Ph. D
Prof Szunuel B. Howe, Ph. D.,
Edgar M. Jenkins,
Prof. Frederic R. Jones, Ph. D.
Prof. Wendell Launoroux,
Hon. Judson S. Landon, l.l..
Robert J. l.:lndon,
Franklyn W- McClellan,
John Lewis Mznrch,
A. W. Hunter, Jr.,
Leslie N. Broughton,
Willard D. Brown,
John D. Edwards,
Prof. Howurd Opdyke,
John Keyes Paige,
Willixun l.. Pearson, M. D.,
Prof. Albert H. Pepper,
Prof. Muurice Perkins,
Milton G. Plzinlf, M. D.,
A. V. V. Rzlyniond, D. D., l l D
Benjamin H. Ripton, Ph. D
Hon. Alonzo P. Strong,
John L. Swits,
Alex. J. 'iiiltlll1SHIl,
Prof. J:unes R. 'iiI'LlIlX, Ph. D
Alhert B. Von Voust,
John C. Vzln Vozlst,
John N- Vedder,
Prof. Williuni Wells, l.l.. D
Prof. l-l. Whiteliorne, l.l.. IJ
Edwin C. Whitmyre,
Hon. Austin A. Yates,
Rev. George li. Tzulmridue,
Hermzin B. Jones,
Clayton J. Potter,
Philip l.. 'l'hon1son.
Dbi Beta Kappa.
founbcb 1270 at lDiIIiam anb Marg College, D
ALPHA OF MAINE,
BETA OF MAINE, . .
ALPHA OF NIEW HAMPSHIRE,
ALPHA OF VERMONT, .
BETA OF VERMONT, .
ALPHA CF MASSACHUSETTS,
BETA OF MASSACHUSETTS, .
GAMMA OF MASSACHUSETTS,
DELTA OF MASSACHUSETTS,
EPSILON OF MASSACHUSETTS
ALPHA OF CONNECTICUT, .
BETA OF CONNECTICUT,
CAMMA OF GONNECTICUT,
ADPHA OF RHODE ISLAND,
ALPHA OF NEW YORK,
BETA OF NEW YORK, .
GAMMA OF NEW YORK,
DELTA OF Niaw YORK, .
EPSILON OF NEW YORK, .
ZETA OF NEW YORK, .
ETA OF NEW YORK, .
THETA OF NEW YORK, .
IOTA OF NEW YORK,
Roll of Glpaptcrs.
University nf Vermont.
University City of
Ciliidge Cily uf Nc
KAPPA OF NEW YORK, .
LAMBDA OF NEW YORK,
MU OF NEW YORK, .
ALPHA OF NEW JERSEY,
BETA OF NEW JERSEY, .
ALPHA OF PENNSYLVANIA,
BETA OF PENNSYLVANIA,
GAMMA OF PENNSYLVANIA,
DELTA OF PENNSYLVANIA,
EPSILON OF PENNSYLVANIA,
ZETA OF PENNSYLVANIA,
ALPHA OF MARYLAND,
ALPHA OF VIRGINIA,
ALPHA OF OHIO, .
BETA OF OHIO, .
GAMMA OF OHIO,
DELTA OF OHIO, .
ALPHA OF INDIANA, .
BETA OF INDIANA,
ALPHA OF ILLINOIS, .
BETA OF ILLINOIS,
ALPHA OF IOWA,
ALPHA OF KANSAS,
ALPHA OF MINNESOTA,
ALPHA OF NEBRASKA, .
ALPHA OF CALIFORNIA,
ALPHA OF WISCONSIN, .
Sl. Lawrence University.
University nf Pennsylvxlni
Jnlins Hnplcins University.
WiIIi:nn :und Mary.
Inwn State University.
University nf K:1ns:1s.
University of Minnesntu.
Univresity uf NCIUITISIGI,
University of Czilifnrnixi.
PRUF. Ol.lN H. LANDRETH, . ' . PRESIDENT.
PROF. THOMAS W. WRIGHT, . VICE-PRESIDENT.
PROF. ELTON D. WALKER, . SECRETARY.
PROF. JAMES H. STOLLER, . CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
PROF. HOWARD OPDYKE, . . TREASURER.
Prof William Wells, Prof. Albert H Pepper
Jalncs R. Trnax,
Thomas W. Wright,
Olin H. Landretlr,
James H. Sloller,
Arthur H. Lawton.
Prof. Howard Opdylce
Horace T. Eddy,
Charles W. Trumbull,
Walter L. Lawton,
K ' e
.s"',' I .
Roll of Gllyaptcrs.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
University of Kzinszis
University of Nlinnesutn.
Univelsity uf Nelvi':1slc:1.
Ohio State University.
tllnc Ijunbrcb tlllb Gllylrb tiinntal Ql:.OlllllICllCClll0llf.
june 27, 1900.
Wlllllll!lXV Reid, . . New York Citv
William H. H. Moore, . . New York Citx
Slieldon Nl, Criswold, . . Hudson, N. Y.
A. Russell Stevenson ,... Schenectady, N. Y
Howard Gonant, iqz, Albert Sewall Cox. 95 Ira Rozel Curtiss, '63
lra Hotaling, ,O7, Harlow McNlillen, '87.
Bryan O. Bnrgin, '95, George S. Pierson, '7
George Edward Pollock, '96,
Leslie Nathan Broughton
Willard Dayton Brown,
CLASS OF rooo.
Everett Garnsey Brownell,
Evan R. Cnllings, .
Howard Potter lbnnliam,
John Daniel Edwards,
Jolin Jackson Elliott,
George William Featlierst
Andrew Clarence Fenton,
Lester Tliolnas Hulvluard,
Herinan Bullock Jones,
William Dewey Loucks,
Douglas Warner Paige,
Charles Edgar Palmer, Jr.,
Clayton Johnson Potter,
George Ernest Raitt, .
Eugene Martin Sanders,
Philip Livingston Thomson
John Mitchell Tuggey,
Archibald Lamon Anderson
Melvin Thomas Bender,
Leland Lowell Boorn, .
Will Clyde Camphell,
Carl Porter Dalton,
George Elwood Pike,
Stephen Smith Read, .
Erskine Clark Rogers,
Clarence Donald Stewart,
Wagner Van Vlack,
Clinton Jones, .
Arthur Hamilton Lawton,
Charles Harvey Mac Culloch,
LeRoy Orman Ripley,
Laforrest George Rohinson,
Walter Lynes Smith,
Chicopee Falls M iss
Willard Dayton Brown, .
Leslie Nathan Broughton,
John Daniel Edwards,
Herman Bullock Jones,
Clayton Johnson Potter, .
Philip Livingston Thomson,
John Mitchell Tuggey, .
Arthur Hamilton Lawton,
Charles Harvey MacCnlloch,
LeRoy Orman Ripley,
Carl P. Dalton.
Leslie Nathan Brcughton.
Willard Dayton Brown.
John Daniel Edwards.
William Dewey Loucks.
l Everett Garnsey Brownell
'l John Daniel Edwards.
Will Clyde Campbell.
WARNER PRIZE.-FOR SENIORS.
Willard Dayton Brown.
BLATCHFORD ORATORICAL MEDALS.-FOR SENIORS.
st. Clayton Johnson Potter.
znd. Philip Livingston Thomson.
Honorahle mention:-Willard Dayton Brown.
INGI-IAM PRIZE.-Fon Ssmons.
Lester Thomas Hulwhard.
Won hy t
ALLEN ESSAY PRIZES.-FOR SENIORS.
ist. Emil Lewis Wi-nterlverg.
ztl. Melvin 'l'hom:1s Bender.
gtl. Leslie Nnthzin Broughton.
JUNIOR ORATORICAL PRIZES.
ist. l-eopoltl Minliin.
ztl. Arthur Spencer Goltlen.
SOPHOMORE ORATORICAL PRIZES.
Ist. Ajtlison Hotnling Hinmzln.
ztl. Rnyinontl R. Ciim.
he P? il4,n1:1tlie:ln S iciety :intl Stephen Smith Rezltl, Clziss of iooo
JOHN K. PORTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS.
LCI1lllLl Lowell Boom.
Antlrew Clarence Fenton.
Lester 'l'liom:is Hnlvhznml.
GILBERT Nl, SPlER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.
William Dewey l,,oucl4s.
PHI BETA KAPPA.--FROM THE SENIOR CLASS.
Leslie Nntlinn Broughton.
Willard Dayton Brown.
John Dziniel Etlwzirds.
Hermzln Bullock Jones.
Clayton Johnson Potter.
Philip Livingston Tliomson.
SIGMA Xl.-FROM THE SENIOR CLASS.
Arthur Hnmilton Lawton.
G5c11cruI Gltnnni Gssociatioit.
NEIL GILMOUR, '60, ...... PRESIDENT.
WILLIAM H. MCELROY, '60, . VICE PRESIDENT
WM. T. CLUTE, M. D., '73, SECRETARY.
ALLAN H. JACKSON, '86, . . . TREASURER,
Harvey J. King, '48, James Hextley, '79,
Rev. W. N. P. Daley, '84, Douglass Camphell, '94,
Frank Cooper, '93,
Edwin C. Hoyt, '79, A. L. Bennett, '87,
A. Mac I:JlI'lIlI1C, '84,
Gluntni Gssociationt of New Jorla dlitg.
DANIEL M. STINS0N,'64, . . . . PRESIL ENT. .
FREDERICK W. SEWARD, '49, . lst VICE-PRESIDENT
CHARLES D. NOTT, '54, . . 2d VICE-PRESIDENT
EDGAR S. BARNEY, '84, . SECRETARY.
BAYARD WHITEHORNE, '82. .... TREASURER.
Albon Man, '49, George E. Marks, '79,
Andrew H. Smith, '58, Courtland V. Anahle, '81,
George F. Seward, '60, Charles D. Meneeley. '81,
Warner Miller, '6o. William K. Gilchrist, '83,
Edward Einstein, '61, Douglass Camphell, '94,
Walter R. Benjamin, '64, Jol1n van Schaiclc, '94,
George J. Scliernterhorn, '66, W. G. Brown, '95.
' Joseph Alan O'Neill, 'Q7.
New KEIIQICIIIU dlunml Gssociation.
THEODORE C. HURDJ56, . ,... P1215s1DEN'r.
ANDREW W. ARCHlBAl.D,'72. l , ., . -
CHARLES A' PHELPSY tu, I VICI.-PRESIDENTS.
REV. DANIEL D. ADDlSON,83, . SECRETARY.
DR. FRANCIS L ROGERS, '80, . . . TREASURER.
Frnnk G. Nnves, '53. G. All'res.l P. Cnelwise, '82,
' Alden I.. Bennett, '87.
Cllunmi Lissociution of 1'IO1'fI?:kECI5I'Cl'II New Llorli.
EDWARD P. WHITE, '77, .....
ANDREW MAC FARLANE. '84,
JAMES N. VANDERVEER, '90, . . .
cilunmi Gssociution of tlyc CDCIICSCC Dallcg.
HON. STEPHEN K- WILLIAMS, LL. D., '37, - - .
WILLIAM H. MCELROY, '6o, . . 5
JAMES G. GREENE, '84,
l!D:1vid Little, '55,
Porter F:1rley, '61,
DR. P. R. FURBECK, '54, - --.. .
HARWOOD DUDLEY, '75,
W. C. MILLS, '85, . . .
FRED LINLTS CARROLL, '90, ....
Rev. Nelson Mill:
J. B. Y. Wzxrner,
1r1l,E. D., '53,
Qiountg Glumni Gssociation.
William A. McDnnz1l1l, '01. Frzmli Burtnn, '83, James H. Drury, '91,
Williznn Green, '60, Hzrrwnml Dudley, '75.
- LTlunmi GSS-OCiClfiOlI of thc llortlyslvcst.
HON. wII.I-IAIvI H. WOOD, '44, .... PRESIDENT.
HENRY C. WOOIJ, ,S3, .... SEC'Y-TREASURER
Joseph B. Rcdtield, 52, Albert Moffat, VS7.
Chxlrles l.. E:IslIII1,63.
LTIIIIIIIII Gssociation of lDasl7iI1gIoII, D. QI.
HON. CHARLES C. NOTT, 743, .... PRESIDENT.
FREDERICK Z. ROOKER, 's, I I ., I . .
S. 167, L . VICL-PRl:bIDLN FS
VOL - . SECRETARY.
HENRY N. COPP, '61, TREASURER.
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F. . . Czgllqtuin.
JOS. H. CLEMENTS, JR., . Nizimxger.
FRANK L. S'r11.1es, .
L. J. Weed, 190
Best 11111011 College Rccorbs.
100 Yard Dash.
220 Yard Dash.
440 Yard Dash,
880 Yillll Dash,
O11e Mile Run,
120 Yard Hurdle,
220 Y!ll'LJ Hurdle,
One Mile Walk,
Running Broad Ju:1.p,
Running High Jump,
Sixteen Pound Hammer,
Sixteen Ptltllld Shut,
Two N ile Bicycle,
Standing High Ju111p,
Standing Broad Ju111p,
IO 1-5 sec.
22 1-5 sec.
50 1-5 sec.
1 min S3 2-3 Sec.
4 min. 25 4-5 rec.
I7 3-5 sec.
27 2-5 sec.
7 min. 40 sec.
2l feet 5 in,
6 304 in.
Q6 feet, 3 i11.
36 feet 7 in.
9 feet IO in.
5 min. I4 sec.
4 feet lO 3-4 in.
IO feet 9 in.
Cleo. M. Sands,
M. M. Price, 709. '
C. H. Kilpatrick. '98
C. H. Kilpatrick, '98,
C. H. Kilpatrick, '98
l.. J. Weed, 1901,
D. E. Griffith, 1902,
J. S. Cuttull, '97,
F. M. Davis, 1900,
B. O. Burgin, '95,
Z. L. Myers, '96,
A. E. Barnes, '95,
l.. J. Weed, 1901.
B. A. Burtis, 797,
l.. C. Baker, '95,
L. C. Baker, '95,
llnion College 5110001 Rccorbs.
25 Yard Dash,
25 Yards Hurdle,
440 Yards Run.
880 Yards Run,
One Mile Run,
Running High Jump,
Puttiiig I2 lh. Shot,
3 2-5 sec.
64 3-5 sec.
2 min. 9 3-4 sec.
4 min. Sl 2-5 sec.
5 feet6 3-4 in.
9 feet 9 3-4 in.
6 feet 9 in.
42 feet IO 1-2 in.
8 feet ll in.
F. W. Davis,
H. A. Crnthers,
C. H. Kilpatrick,
C. H. Kilpatrick,
B. O. Burgin,
E. W. Sylvester,
D. H. Deyue,
Z. l-. Myers.
Z. l-. Myers,
100 Yards Dash,
220 Yards Dash,
440 Yards Straight,
440 Yards Circular,
880 Yards Run,
One Mile Run,
One Mile Walk,
120 Yards Hurdle,
220 Yards Hurdle,
16 Pound Hammer,
56 Pound Weight,
Running High Jump,
Running Broad Jump,
Three Standing Jumps,
II7orlo's a1lICItQIlf Recorbs.
9 4-5 seconds,
21 1-5 seconds,
47 3-4 seconds,
1 minute, S3 2-5 seconds,
4 minutes, IS 3-5 seconds
6 minutes, 45 2-5 seconds,
IS 1-5 seconds,
23 3-5 seconds,
169 feet, 4 inches,
39 feet, IO inches,
6 feet, 5 5-8 inches,
24 feet, 7 1-4 inches,
lI feet, I0 I-2 inches
B. J. Wefers,
B. J. Wefers,
M. W. Long,
M. W. Long,
C. H. Kilpatrick,
T. P. Conneff,
W. B. Fetterman
A. C. Kraenzlein,
A. C. Kraenzlein,
J. S. Mitcl1ell,
M. F. Sweeney,
R. G. Clapp,
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J. M. TUGGEY, .
GEORGE H ACKIETT,
D. W. Paige, 1900, 151. iw,
J. H. Cook, 1901, 2111i lv,
E. T. Grout, 1901, 3111 iw.,
A. H. l.z1wt011, 1900, s. s.,
Scuson of WOO.
. . - C:1pt:1i11.
. M:111:1ger. .
. Assistant Mzlnager.
G. H. Witbeck, Law, p.,
G. B. Griswold, 1903, c.,
J. E. Parker, 1901, c. f.
R. H. Robinson, 1901, l. f.
J. D. Edwrmls, 1900, CC:1pt.J r. f.
St:1el1e1', Rzlymond, Schroeder
Witlwcck, p., I3 I5
Robinson, l.f I4 0
Griswold. c., 37 4
Lawton, s.s., I3 S
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JOHN P. CARVER, . . . Czlptzlin.
JAMES W. MILLER, ,
GILBERT S. VVOOLWORTH, .
Olmsted. 1904, 1'. e.,
Fenton, LIINV, r. t.,
Collier, 1903, 1'. g.,
Griswold, 1903, c.,
Shaw, 1902, l. g.,
Finegzm, 1902, l. t.,
'l'l1elw0, 1902. l. e.
C:11've1', 1902, 1'. h. ln.,
Mnllery, 1902, l. l1. lu.,
Weed, IQOI1 Q
Al1LlCl'S0l1, 1902, l
Paige, L:1w, f. lu.
Slack, 1901, Lee, 1903,
Wells, 1903, Cronklmite, 1904,
Sept. 50, 1900,
Oct. 11, 1900,
Nuv. IO. 1900
Nuv. 14, 1900
Sept 29, 1900
Oct. 6, IUOO,
Ort 20, IQOO,
Oct 27, IQOO,
Oct 11, 1900,
Nm 3, IQOO,
Nm' 6, 1900,
Nov 17. 1900,
Nov. 24, 1900,
Uniam vs. Culgntc,
Uniun vs. Rtncltcstcr,
Ullitill vs. Cnlggntc,
:kUIlit1l1 vs. HlPl3fll't.
Union vs. l3:11't111011tl1,
Union vs. Cornell,
Union vs. R. P. I.,
Union vs. Vc1'111911t,
U11i1111 vs. COI1liI1t'I1t!llS,
Union vs. St. Steplwlts,
Union vs. R11tge1's,
Union, IS2. Opp011e11ts
II to 0
IO tu o
I2 to 0
0 tu II
0 tu 5
IO to O
68 to 0
Il t0 5
Cool, 1904, J
Merriinan, 1901, Biihler, 1901
Sherrill, 1904, Weed, 1902,
Small, 1902 CCap1.'J,
1, Griffith, 1902.
Van W01 mer
B J Parker.
1902 IQ03 1904
5 Blom' X! Pl'llCllIlTLl,CZll7t. Lawsing.
5 Hannay, Rider,
l Hoyt. l Nleneses. Kaufman'
South. Dickenson. Cool.
J Hays. Nlulvaney. Lent.
Cofllrl. Lee. Conway.
5 Metzger, L ,
0 Stiles. ee. lrish.
Hawkes. A. D. Peck. Glutzbeck.
Anderson. Weed. Sherrill, Capt
I Raymond. McFarlane. Watson.
Small, Capt. Gould. Langlois.
Griffith. G. Parker. Cronkhite.
Basket Ball Ceam.
F. M. 'l'l1L-lm, 1902, Capt., 1 , , 5 E. T. Mallcry, 1902.
0 , - I-n1'w:11'ds. flnards,
W. NV. C,l'lllHillllC, 1904, l l A. L. Anderson, 1902
H. S. Clmslcd, IQO4 CL-nlur.
Gcnrgc V. Sl1e1'1'lll, 1904, I.cRoy N. 'l':1yl9r, 1903,
Jan. 25, 1901,
Jan. 26, IQOI,
H. A. Pcarcc, 1903.
Scbcbulc of QECIIIIGS.
Fclw. 3, 1901, .
Ma1'cl1 1, 1901,
March 2, IQOI, . .
M:11'cl1 9, 1991,
March 13, lOOl, .
M:11'cl1 21, IQOI,
March 22, 1901, .
March 25, 1901,
R11ll:1nd Y. M. C. A., at Rutland.
Sattcrlce Hose C9., atF91't Edward.
University nf Vermont. at Fort Edward
Saltcrlee Hose Co., at Fort ELlW!ll'Ll.
Glens Falls Y. M. C. A., at Glens Falls
lD:11'l111011tl1 Mcdical, atScl1enectz1dy.
University of VCl'lll0l1t, at Fort Edward
V. A. C., at Scl1L1ylcrville.
Sattcrlce Hose Cn., at Fort Edward.
Glens Falls Y. M. C. A., at Glens Falls
Gtbletic Gbvisorg Boarb of
R. J. LANDON, '80, President.
J. I. BENNETT, 790, . . Vice-President.
R. F. WARNER, IQOI. . Secretary.
A. J. DILLINGHAM, '88, . . Treasurer.
PROF. OPDYKE, R. F. WAIQNER.
A. V- V. Raymond, ex-officio, R. J. Landon, '80,
J. I. Bennett, E. C. Angle, '86.
H. I-. Towne, A. J. Dillingham, '88
Howard Opdyke, C. E. Franklin, '83.
James W. Nliller, Jr., Joseph H. Clements, Jr.
Gardiner Kline, Richard F. Warner.
CTbzvis-org Boarb of the New Qorl.
W. E. WEED, C., . . . President.
PROF. W. P. IJURFEE, H., Vice-President
GARDINISR KLINIE, U., . Secretary.
H. D. SHEDD, R., . Treasurer.
PROF. H. S. WEIET. R., . Ast. Treasurer
liicmbcrs of the Bomb.
Dr. M. S. Rcml, C., W. E. Wced, C.,
Prof. W. P. Durfce, H., C. V. R. Johnston, H.
Prof. H. Opdykc, U., C. E. Franklin, U.,
Prof. H. S. West, R., H. D. Siiedd, R.
G. Kline, U.. F. R. Ford,C , J. G. Coleman H., C. N. Perrin, R.
Prof. Cpdykc, U., Prof. Durfee, H.
Prof. Weet, R., Prof. Renal, C.
F' R. Ford, C.,
C. N. Perrin, R.,
J. G. Coleman, H.
Gardiner Klinc, U
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S80 Yards Dash.
12o Yards Hurdle. . .. . .
Two Mile Run. .... ..
220 Yards Dash.
One Mile Bicycle Race .......
Fligld Meer of the New X?oYl2 5lale
Geneva, N. SP., May 2250, 1900.
De Calesta, R. .
Brown, R .... .
L J. Weed, UNI
Brmvn, R ......
De Calesta. R. .
Palmer, H ...,
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.11 min. I4 sec.
.22 2-5 sec.
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Hammer Thruw ...,
Shut Put ...
Running High Jump ..... ..
Pole Vault ,...
Running Bruad Jump
22o Yards Hurdles .... ..
440 Yards Dash ....
Union ..... . .
2. Broughton, U.
3. Warner, H.
1. Glass, R. ....
2. Finegan, U.
3. Clark, U
1. Slack, U .... ...
2. Osterhuudt, R.
3. Glass, R.
1. DeCalesta, R .....
2. Holmquist, R.
3. Griffith, U.
1. Hulmquist, R... .
2. DeNlallie, R.
l Weed, U.
1. Glass. R. ..... . .
2. Holmquist, R.
3. Kline U.
1. "Griffith, U ,..
2. Shephard, H.
3. L. J. Vvfeed, U-
1. DeCalesta, R ....
2. Boom, U.
3. Hawkes, U.
S-ununarg of points.
1 d L 1 f Record broken.
IH1n'l9rT:x?li2ggle.l1'il:an Cgilsgge and League Record lowered to 17M seconds.
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College Gtblctic LYS-sociation.
Sclgculcctabg, lllag 19, 1900.
UTICA IIRISIE ACADIQMY.
HORACI5 MANN Scuuol. .....
WESY MINSTER SCHOOL. .,
TRINITY SCHOOL .... .
DRURY ACADEMY ,.... .
HUDSON HIGH SCHOOL
NEWARK ACADEMY ....
ST. .IOHN'S SCHOOL OF MANLIUS
HI..-XKI5 SCHOOL., ............
VVA'I'Iil?IfOl?D HIGH SCHOOL., ..
'l'leoY ACADEMY. ........ ...
CAMIEIIIDGIE HIGH SCHOOL... ..
ONIEONTA NORMAL SCHOOL.. ..
UNION CLASSICAL INSTITUTE. ..
' COOPIERSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL. . .......
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FRASER METZGER, . . President.
HARRY L. CRAIN, . . . Vice-President.
WILLIAM J. DICKENSON, Rccmxiing Secretary.
JOSEPH H. CLEMENTS, JR., . Corresponding Secretnr
THEODORE DEL. COFFIN, Tl'6ZlSLlI't3I'.
. Q-.l2L'lil'lIlCIl of Lf,OlIllllifiCOS.
HARRY L. CRAIN, . . - ' Membership.
JOHN D. GUTHRIE, . . Devotional.
LE ROY N. TAYLOR, Bible Study.
N. C. HANNAY, . . Missionary.
D. E. GRIFFITH, . Intercollegiate.
N, THEODORE DEL. COFFIN, . . Finance.
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JAMES W. CHEE:EI-BOROUGH, 1901, . Vice-P1'esi.ic11t
JOHN L. STAEBER. IQO3, Sec1'et:11'y.
G. S. WOOLWORVH, 1902, .... 'I'1'c:1s111'e1'.
W. H. A1l:1111s, 1902, D. E. Grihllh, 1902, J. G. Fenster, 11303
l.e9p9ld Minkin, 1901, Walter E. Hays, 1002, I.. W. Bloch, 1902
Winner of l11dividu:1l Prize.
Henry J. I.:1ngl0is, IQO4.
JOHN Nt NAB, IQOI, .
Bstablnslued an 1796-
. . . President.
HENRY SAMIES BLUILISIQ, IQOI, Vice-President
GHG F. LEWIS, 11103, . . Sec1'ct:11'y.
ARTHUR S. GOLDIEN, IQOI. .... T!'CIlSLll'Cl'.
P. I.. MCl'l'iI11Zll1, 1901, H. M. I':11's1111s, 1902, G. P:11'lce1', 1903.
lD11111c1's of prize Debate.
J11.scpl1 H. Clc111ents,J1'., 1901, A. S. finldclm, IQOI. .lulm A. Bulles, 1905,
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PORTER LEE MERR1MAN, IQOI ,...
H. A. BARRETT, 1901, .
JOHN MCNAB, 1901, .
ARTHUR S. GOLDEN, IQOI,
CHARLES P. WAGONER, 1901,
ARTHUR S- RAYMOND, 1902 . . .
Assistant Business M2lI11lg6T
R. R. CRIM, IQOZ1 J. D. GUTHRIE, 1902,
D. C. HAWKES, 1902, A. H. HINMAN, 1902,
W. E. HAYS, 1902.
A. H. KESSLER, 1903, S. B. HOWE, JR., 1903,
A. S. PECK, 1903, A. G. PICKIENS, 1003,
J. G. FENSTER, 1903, R. W. DONNAN, 1903. if
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James H. Small, Jr.,
Robert C. Yates,
D. Nl. Dunning, Jr.,
Wm. F. Acheson,
N. C. Hannay,
Fenwick M. Tllebu,
Walter E. Hays.
Willard S. Yates,
Lester W. Bloch,
Frank W. Neary.
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Willard S. Yates, Hmv:uw.l E. Sands, Lester W. Bloch,
Fenwick M. Thebw, Robert C. Yates, William H. Gillespie,
G. S. Wuulwurtli, George l. Oakley.
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LEOPOLD MINKIN, 1901, . . P1'eSiLle11t.
HENRY S. BAHLER, 1901, Vice-President
WILLIAM H. ADAMS, IUOZ, Sec1'el:11'y.
LESTER W. BLOCH, IQO2, 'l'1'e:1s111'er.
DICKINSON E. GRIFFITH, IOOZ, . Cl11'1lt11l'.
Kline, Biilmler, McN:1l1, Nlinkin
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Adams, Bloch, Best, Finegnn, Hzlys
Woolwo1'tl1, . Guthrie, Ost1':1mle1', Cowell,
Grifllth, Metzger, Hlllllllly.
Delbridge, Borst, Powell, G11ln:1c,' A. S. Peck, JG. Donnan
Parker, Kruesi, Collier, Brown, Stzleber,
Feuster, Pearse, Bolles, Schroeder.
PRESIDENT RAYMOND, . . .
DR. HALE, . . .
C. J. Bennett, 1901,
H. J. Brown, 1901,
Gardiner Kline, 1901,
P. L. Merriman, 1901,
R. F. Warner, 1901,
C. P. Wagoner, IQOI,
J- H- Cook, 1901,
W. E. Van Wormer, 1901,
H. C. Bothwell, I902,
A. S. Raymond, 1902,
J. D. Guthrie, 1902,
H. C. Hoyt, 1902,
T. DeL. Cofhn, 1902,
D. E. Grifnth, 1902,
W. S. Yates, IQO2,
G. S. Woolworth, I902,
G. Parker, 1903,
D. W. Weed, 1903,
A. G. Pickens, 1903,
S. B. Howe, Jr., 1903,
A. S. Peck, 1903.
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M. J. MANDELBAUM,
VANDER VEER, HYPER,
VANDER VEER, HYPO,
. Chief Bronco Buster.
Boss of the Herd.
. Keeper of the Corral.
. . Superintendent of AccoutTemBn'tS
A. J. Bedell, F. E. Letticc, R. B. Czistree,
G. A. Smith, F. C. Reed, L. O. White,
E. G. Vnn Orsdell, Thomas Carney, S. S. Ham.
H. A. Bassett, H. E. Hoyt, J. E. Cnnheld,
Russell Clute, R. B. Hoyt, C. R. Marsh,
G. E. Poor, G. H. Smith. J. l. Cotter,
L. D. Fosburg, D. A. Murphy.
C. L. Whitbeck
G. V. Wilson.
M. M. O'Meara
A. T. Davis,
Leroy J . Weed,
Earl A. Slack,
J. E. Finegan,
J. Q. Gulnac,
H. J. Brown,
P. L. Merriman,
W. E. Van Wurmer,
D. E. Griffith
R. B. Hoarlley,
H. M. Parsons,
W. E. Kruesi,
H. A. Pearce,
A. S. Gwlden,
G. L. Shelley,
" Amos l' Wright
H. S. Bahler,
J. D. Guthrie,
G. S. Wonlworth,
G. B. Griswold,
D. W. Weed,
J. T. Wells.
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Sounbcb at llniou Glollcgc, 1899.
Purpose-The support uf Athletics :lt Union.
GEORGE HACKETT, C. H., RODNIAN H. ROBINSON, G.
.IOHN NICNAB, C. C., JOHN P. CARVER, B.,
GARDINER KLINE, R., HARRY A. BARRETT, H.,
LE ROY J. WEED, NI., PORTER L. NIERRINIAN, AS.,
JOHN E. PARKER, AD., JAMES W. MILLER, JR., AN.,
EARL B. SLACK, W.
WILLARD S. YATES, P., ARTHUR S. RAY1VIOND,G-VV.,
EVERETT T. NIALLERY, L., DONALD C. HAWKES, E.,
GILBERT S. WOOLWORTH, T. L., FRANK I.. STILES, CR.,
HERBERT C. BOTHWELL, E. W., J JAMES H. SNIALI., CA.,
ROBERT C. YATES, T.
Gt allbilllg Dress Clllllb.
S0lJ1'llL11'Q 8, 1901.
WILLIAM S. DYER, President of the Press Club.
DR. ARTHUR G. ROOT, of the Medical Depzirtment,
DAYTON F. SMITH, 1901, of the Law School.
GEORGE LEROY SHELLEY, 1901, of tl1e College.
Davis. Hill, Bfulllflgllllll.
J. H. Clements, Jr., 1901, A. S. Bedell, 1901, Medical,
Charles P. W:1g1111e1', 1901, Daniel J. Hoyt, 1902, Medical
Porter L. NlCl'l'lll1I1Il, 1901, Robert M. Eames, 1902, LIIW,
Rxmsom H. Gillet, 1902, Lziw.
OUR CANE RUSH,
THE FACUIQVY, .
ne who .levutes himselt tuiI1telleClll'
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e tiuurtl tlies,l1ut never 'urreutlcrsf'
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Sribug Givcitittg ja
, uuarg 15, l899.
CHARLES S. YAWGER,
ADDISON H. HINMAN'
DICKINSON E. GRIFFITH.
. FENWICK M. THEBO.
JAMES Q. GULNAC,
c motion :mtl practice gymnastics."
JAMES H. SMALL, JR.
OTHER FELLOW'S SISTERS, DONALD C. HAWKES
" Venus, thy eternal sway,
All the race of men obey."
"OLD UNION," . . . . DAVID M. DUNNING, JR
"Whatever mny be thy Issue
We shall share one common danger, une safety."
Herbert C. Bothwell, Harry R. Wilson, 'V Willard S. Yates.
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H. A. BARRETT, . . President.
C. J. BENNETT, . Vice-President.
H. L. CRAIN, . Secretary.
H. J. BROWN, Mzinnger.
VV. S. YATE5,
G. LEROY SHELLEY, 1901, Lender.
L. J. Weed, 1901, H. J. Lzmglois, 1904,
R. R. Crim, 1902, C. N. Brown,
H. A. Bzlrrelt, 1901, G. L. Shelley, 1901,
D. W. Weed, 1903, W. G. Craig,
A. H. Hinmnn, 1902, W. C. Treder, 1904,
S. D. Palmer, 1904, C. E. Heath,
E. B. Slack, 1901, J. G. Green, 1903,
H. L. Crain, IQOZ, E. V. MUllCl16ZlLlX,
S. B. Howe, Jr., 1903.
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H. A. B:11'1'elt, 1901, S. H. H01ve,J1'. 1103
W. Weed, 1905, I C1 111, 1904
A. H. Hi11m:111, 1902, W. C. Tlulel, lQO.l.
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R. M. Eames, Law, E. B. Slack, 1901
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S. B. Howe, Jr., IQO3.
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J. M. Russum, 'o2, S. D Palmer, 704,
H. J. McClure.
R. M. Eames, Low.
F. W. Nenry, '02,
L. J. Weed, '01,
J. H. Cook, 'oI.
J. Hinmnn, Law
"GSI Q Bicgclersf'
BY JQHN KENIJRICK BANGS.
Presented ut the Corninencernent Concert,
June 27, 1000, ut the
M1'. Robert Ynrmlsley, llll expert ....,......,........ .... J OHN HAWLEY COOK, 1001
Mr. Jncli Hzlrlow, :1n0Il1er ...... .... . . . .......... HARRY ALVIN BARRETT, 1001
Mr. ,l4llIILlLlCfllS Perkins, il I1egin11er .. .................... LEROY ORMAN RIPLEY, 1000
Mr. E1lx1':11'd Bl'JlLllCj', :1 seoffer ,......... GEORGE WILLIAM FEATHERSTONHAUGH, IOOO
Mrs. 'l'I1:1dIleus Perkins, :1 resistant ,.................... ERSKINE CLARK ROGERS, 1000
Mrs. liIlxv:11'1.l Brzidley, :ln enll1usi:1st. .... ..... C LAYTON JOHNSON POTTER, 1000
Jilmcs, Ilic Builer ..........,..... ...................,. A NY COMPETENT FROSH, 1003
Director, HARRY LAURENS CRAIN, 1002.
"Cub1nz1n No. 03, or Found in II Four-Wheelerf'
A FARCE IN ONE ACT
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Cflipbalet Hott Potter,
Glass of 1861.
President of Union College, 1871-1884,
Of Union University, 1873-1884,
Dieb 5Cbl'1lCl1'Q 6, 1901.
"Potter as 11 e Knew fpirttf'
'OTHING can be added to the graceful, just and eloquent tributes that his brethren
L in the republic of letters have rendered to the memory of the writer's old playmate
and life-long friend. Yet he gladly responds to the invitation to put on record the
reminiscences of one who knew him longer and better than any man living within sound
of the college bell. Dr. Eliphalet Nott of Clifton Park went on ahead the other day, Dr.
Potter has fallen beside him and there is no one here left, in fact few anywhere else, of the
old college gang to ramble with the writer under the unchanged gray walls, and the un-
faded glory of Jackson's garden.
A very democratic horde was that college hill aggregation of hoodlums, for hoodlums
they were. Sons of College Dons, sons of section officers and section jzmitors, sons of
professors of every known science, and professors of dust and ashes fraternized with a
magniticent disregard of the arrogant distinctions of society. " Black Hank," " Curly
Bill," " Buster," H Patsey Nlartin,' " Sky McKinney," " Gallus Gleason," " Paddy
Whack," were the euphonious titles of men, some of whose names are known on lwotll
sides of the water, Bishops, Generals, Judges, College Presidents, Doctors of Divinity
and of Law. All of the lads whose fathers were of the faculty were described by clerical
visitors in the morning devotions as the " children of many prayers," but their piety was
not of the early kind, it developed later. It was not perceptible in the horde which went
down to the corner of Jay and Union to fight the U dog corner boys. "
lt was a strange dual life the college lads led-rigid decorum in their cultured homes,
vagabondia outside. And in all this motley crowd, H l.if " Petter was dearly beloved-by
the now scattered survivors most deeply mourned. He was not vigorous, tall, very tall
for his years, very thin but shapely, and always of that singular grace of movement that
we all remember, with as handsome a profile as was ever carved. But slight of frame as
he was, a brave comrade, above all warm, affectionate and true, full of a quaint humor that
never stung, with a laugh that was quiet but fetching. He was nobody's enemy-he
could not understand why anybody should be an enemy to him, and he never has so un-
derstood to the hour of his death.
Looking back tearfully, as those who knew him in boyhood all look, one can under-
stand some of the troubles of his later days. Those of us who remember 't l.if " in his
boyhood can comprehend the troubles of President Potter in his prilne.
He loved Union very dearly, as all of that old regime well may. Alma Mater was
in the height of her glory. Down to the hour of Sumpter her commencements were proud
days. The governor and his cabinet were all there and always " William Rufus," as they
called " Billy " Seward, the great Secretary who piloted the nation through its awful war.
Names were signed to the register that were mighty then, are immortal now, faces that are
carved in gr:mite and marble on monuments in parks and battlefields all over the l:md-
And when in a later day there c:nne a new academic king on the throne who knew not
Joseph and tried to repress- the grand old chorus, " Here's to Thee," because it was not of
Calvanistie origin, old chains of playground and college rose in rebellion, and shook the
roof, made the chandeliers dance and turned the president 'pale with Fitzhugh l.udlow's
glorious song. . f .
The president and professors were lnassive in brain and intluence. To-day some of
them are, someare getting to be, just as great and all just as 'good as they were then.
The sttidents are only as Fitzltngh Ludlow says, " wearing their dad's altered
pants," the same kind of boys, and as they gather on the terrace, we see the fulfillment of
his humorous prophecy. ' X .
1 " Old llnion thou shalt see
Them sitting where their dads have sat.
And smoking over thee."
They have the same external reverence and inward contempt for all authority that
Gibbon said the Pagan had for his god. They bowed low before tltv i-El'1lVtf Illll l'CVCFCl1'-ll
hehind his hack he was " Old Prex," " Pug" Potter, H Capt." Jack, "Jack " Foster,
" Horsey 'i Yates, " Proso " Proudtit, H Old Spikey," " Pinkey " Pierson, " Geodes 'I'
Gillespie. The rampart ol' veneration which surrounded the n:nne of Dr. Tayler Lewis
seems to have been impenetrable to even the ungodly irreverence of the undergraduate:
there was no nickname for him. X
But they were universally beloved--are reverenced in memory :tll over this broad
land, and they were worshipped afar otf, a great deal farther off than now. .
lt was not a college of letrning, it was an institution that taught men how tosucceedg
and that nothing succeeds like success. Classics, literary and scientific lore were taught
lahoriously and well hy men of splendid learning and world-wide fame. But the direction
of brain and :nnhition was pointed out hy the president in his lectures to the seniors in the
old chapel and to the wayward in the dreaded study. All was said about the dim hereafter
that propriety required. But espezial stress was laid on the earthly argument that derelic-
tion did not pay here, that anticipatory risingof the devil before his time was not conducive
to success on this side ofthe dark river. Very little was said about the misty higher life,
much about the better life to live-to win. 'Very little about the eternal torment of the
hereafter, much about the hot time he would have to-night in the doctorfs study-. .
lt all counted. Men who had achieved greatness, renown' and weztlth thronged
commencements to thank! the brightest politician, the lnest-jttulgewtffutlie hoy human nature,
that ever lived in this state.
Dr. Potter's father, Bishop Alonzo, concededly the head of the Episcopal church of
America, has honored Union with hit distinguished name. We had thrilled with a hoy's
awe when Union's great came yearly to her shrine. With the gang we had, from behind
the grand old hedge in " Horsey ll Yates's garden, :tssailed with a rain of horse chestnuts
" Chin " Hotfman, future Governor of New York, and were the only ones to throw mud
at " Chet " Arthur, the most courtly and gracious President of the United States since the
day of Nladison.
Full of the traditions, imbued with the policy that had made Union mother of the
great, but also full of loyalty and love for the Alma Mater under whose roof we were born,
and whose glory we feel to be ours, he still hesitated long before he accepted the call to the
Presidency. He wrote to those men and women of the old crowd who were here and we
urged him to come. None of us are sorry that we did, or that he came.
The Doctor may not have been a great Hnancier,-his grandfather was not, and Dr.
Nott was said to be the greatest educator in America. He never claimed to be a man oi'
great erudition, yet he was far better educated than his progenitor-way ahead of him in
Let it be remembered that when he came he found the old college answering the de-
scription of the attack made upon it by Senator Beekman-H Three millions expended and
three barn-like buildings on a desolate hill." And let it not be forgotten that Union felt
the touch of a magnetic hand, that she grew in strength and architectural beauty until she
is now the admiration of every alumnus in America, and that all this is the effect of the
stimulus of his splendid energy.
The monuments of his ambitious love for the college of his ancestry and hisjboyhood
are planted all over Union's beautiful territory. ln that he made the college woods and the
desolate hill to blossom as the rose, his advent was an undeniable benelicence.
Like his eminent brother he was charmingly democratic. ln the days of his most
brilliant success, before those other days came in which in failing heahh he might say he
had no pleasure in them, he met us with the music of the old nicknames and was wel-
comed as "Lif," to his unfeigned delight. Among the people he assumed no dignity,
before the people he did not have to. lt was all there. ln pulpit, on the platform and
commencement stage, with his commanding presence, attractive face an.l the grand voice
that reminded us of the first president, he was easily the most impressive presiding officer
that commencement has known since '6o.
Life and character have been generously written and described by the distinguished
gentlemen who have done justice to President Potter's men ' I
way, and there is no need for biography here.
This is more a reverie than an obituary. Perhaps to many it may seem too highly
laudatory, but no old friend should write Dr. Potter's biography, for none such can write
with fairness. The love begotten in childhood remained around him till death, fresh now
as the turf above him.
There are always enough doctors over the form of the well-known dead to handle
the old playmate to quietly come
iory in tieir gracious and ornate
the scapel in cruel autopsy. ls there not room here for
and lay the laurel wreath on the well remembered brow, and place a sprig of immortelle in
the pulseless hand of a beloved friend? AU5-rm A, YATES, ,54,
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Qfbe tl5rowtb of Seurning on the Stax, tt. D. lil .
tWith apologies to J. Kendrick Rangs.D
HE house-boat was lnoored to the bank ol' the sluggish and murky Styx. A few of
the Associated Shades were seated in the club room, when Charon entered bearing
a phantom document on his nebular tray and gravely handed it to Sir Walter Raleigh who
was giving Adam and Achilles lessons in smoking old Virginia leal' through the patent
smoking apparatus pecular to the house-boat.
"Another petition for membership,i' said Sir Walter, reading the missive. "The
faculty of one ol' those American colfeges want to be admitted as a whole. 'l'hat's almost
as bad as when Noah wanted to bring all his household pets with him. Well, l suppose
we'll have to look them up and give them some consideration. Union College they come
fromg Charon, how did they all arrive at once?"
" There was a wholesale massacre by parties unknown," replied the obsequious
Charon. " They arrived within a few hours of each other. "
"All right, Charon," said Sir Walter, K' now go and lind Dr. Nott. I think he's
down-stairs playing billiards with King Priam and Richard Carvel.
Presently a dignified shade entered in the garb ol' a scholar but with :1 serpent with its
tail in its mouth thrown carelessly around his neck.
" Good morning, EIiphalet," said Sir Walter. " Sit right down and tell me what you
think of this," handing him the petition.
The old doctor read it slowly, and said: " l can hardly express an opinion now.
Times aren't what they used to be in nn' day. Things have changed a lot since l was
obliged to leave. Why, Sir Walter. Union College and I used to be almost synonymous
terms, and now all they've got is a building named alter me, which isn't worth as much
as a single one of my old sections, and there's :1 picture ol' me in chapel, but that's got a
big hole in it. "
" Archimedes," said Sir Walter to an aged ligure who was meditatively playing with a
billiard ball and a poker chip, " l'll appoint you and Dr. Nott, and Sherlock Holmes a com-
mittee of three to report on this matter at the next general meeting of the Associated
At this meeting some two weeks later, which included the ladies of Hades the report
of the membership committee was called lor. Archimedes arose and in the slow deep
tones indicative ol' genius said :
" There has been some diversity of opinion among us, in regard to the recent petition.
l, personally, am much pleased with the characteristics of some of the applicants. The
elderly Shade with the iron gray whiskers who was head of the engineering department in
his days on earth, pleases me somewhat. He converses intelligently on the questions of
our noble science, though he has some rather new-fangled American ideas about bridge
"Oh skip all that," said Mary Queen of Scots. " Tell us il' there are any young and
good looking ones.
H Not many," interrupted Cleopatra, "I saw three or four of the younger ones, but
they all had horrid little beards that weren't grown in spots, but there were two nice clean-
shaven ones that were'nt halt' bad. They were walking along the bank when l saw them
and seemed to be talking about schedules, shower baths, scrubs, and lack of finance. One
of them must certainly have been an acrobat once. He would stand up on tip-toes with
his hands in his vest pockets, and then throwing his arms wildly above his head, perform
the most ditticult contortians imaginable, yet not once did he lose his genial smile. The
other one seemed to be more diginilied and sober but was quite good looking."
" Well, l had an awful experience with that President's St. Bernard,'i said Minerva.
" He chased my owl and pulled out three tail feathers, and then I asked Pluto to sick
Cerberus on him,and just then a fat old bull-dog and a yellow mongrel who belonged in the
same party, came along, and all three attacked old Cerberus, each taking one of his heads,
and il' Neptune hadn't kindly poured water on them I don't know what would have
" All of which is irrevelent matter," said Sherlock Holmes, swallowing a cocaine tablet
and assuming the stern expression of the expert, "yonder short dumpy shade with the
club, and official appearance, who seems to be known as ' Jim' would aid me greatly in my
work. l perceived by the peculiarly dirty mud on his boots that he must have led an
active life on the Schenectady campus, and l deduced from his keen hawk-like eyes and
quick alert movements, what an effecient guardian of the peace he must have made.
Another shade who has my approbation is the small one with ferret-like eyes who held gi
copy of the Newgate Record under one arm, and a work on Criminology under the other. "
" Well, said Lucretia Borgia, " thit gray-haired jolly-looking professor of Chemistry
pleased me most. l think he and l together coull wois 'll H
t 1 on a ades if given half a chance."
H Good," remarked Cleopatra. " l'll help, Lucy, and we'll begin on that awful Latin
Professor that is known to have ideas. After Mark Antony and l had that little
difference, l never could bear the sight of a Roman or hear a word of Latin. "
"To return to the subject," said Noah, "did you notice that person who was so
interested in my pets and was observing some ol' my highly-prized germs under his miscro-
scope? l really need a new keeper for the animals. The young mast. dons are growing
up, and though l've hired Atlas and Goliath to take care of them they need some one who
understands their physiology, "
" l'm inclined to agree with the others," said lsaac Newton, dreamily gazing at a
statute of the Laocoon group, and mentally figuring out the equation of the se.pent's curve
referred to busts of Henry Hudson and Andre as polar coordinates.
'QlThat thin old Scotchman has quoted me and my much-horsed apple-problem con-
tlnua y in his works on mechanics. I feel duly grateful, hut l must say that l have never
gotton the full credit of it, for the apple was over-ripe and as it struck my head l had a sort
of crushed feeling."
"Wal, ladies and gt-nts," said David Harum removing a Stygian quid from his
capacious jaws and expectorating into the natural gas tire place. " Excuse a new comer
from the presumption, but l do hearn tell that that there Union College canlt be teched
when it comes to lzosses and hossing. That bein' more or less in my line, l move ye,
Mister Chairman, that this here aggregation of spooks do act favorably on the petishun. "
The question was put and though there were some dissenters, it was carried.
Thus it was that the facult, ' otl nion College becameassociated with the other illustrious
shades. Archimedes, "Pop," lsaac Newton and "Nance" became last friends and are planning
the bridging of the Styx with the shade of a steel arch, and thus give Charon and his ferry
some competition. Shakespere and Francis Bacon found a warm friend and admirer in
"Jimmy." "Stoll " bec:une zoological manager of a new attraction, the " Noah and
Barnum Menagerie, tlreatest Show Under the Earth." K' Perk " took advantage ol' the
unequaled heating apparatus of the place, set up laboratories, and with Sir Humprey Davy,
Lucretia Borgia and,Cleopatra, soon monopolized the Stygian trade. " Pep " and Nlarch at
once became popular with Trilby, Nladame Recamier. and other ladies ot' the French court.
" Jim," the copper, and Freddie Jones, under the direction ol' Sherlock Holmes, formed the
"Hades Police and Detective Bureau." "Whitie's" bull dog, Spikes' mongrel, and
Damon became reconciled to Cerberus and shared the sop which new-comers threw to
du 3bglI of the Stgx.
LITTLE group of Shades were standing on Pier 13, River Styx,awaiting the coming
of Clxaron's naphtha launch with his passengers and the daily papers.
A lively discussion was going on between Sh lkespeare and Mr. Dooley over the South
African " unpleasantnessf' Shakespeare declared that the Boers owed their success to the
support of Richard Harding Davis.
" Yis,,' added Nlr. Dooley, " but if Ted.ly ud been there, he'd uve bruk into Lady-
smith all by his lonesome, wid n rthin' but a can-opener and a tooth-brush. Teddy's got a
nz-m-monopoly on heroism thot a Tammany heeler couldn't lil't.'l
H Zounds, Sir," interrupted the Hero ofthe Historical Novel, clad in a rapierand a com-
manding presence, " Prythee, who is this catilif, Roosevelt? Slleath, you forget that
singlehanded l defeated the llowgr of the English army, armed with only a fountain pen and
a modern publisher, and that it ranvinto ten editions ate-"
Here Becky Sharp winked at Aristotle, who hummed "Just Because She Made
Those Goo Goo Eyes," to hide his emotion. The Hero, seeing this, turned haughtily on
his heel tonly heroes can do this, and no amateur should attempt itb and striding off,
stepped on Cerberu:f's tail.
" We are n't in his class," muttered Mr. Dooley,
H M-m-m-m-maybe we're too shady," suggested Charles Lamb, as he dodged a
cabbage thrown by Geo. Washington Aguinaldo.
The whistle of the approaching launch now drew the attention of the distinguished
company and all eyes were on Charon, who was making signals of distress, while sounds
of tumult came from the cabin of the launch.
" 'l'unt-fire dest la dame :Nat1km.' " cried Jeanne d'Arc. At this suggestion Falstaff
fled and Mr. Dooley picked up a brick.
" N m, ut ain't Carrie,"' said Dooley, with a sigh of relief: " by th' cigaroot smoke
't is a collidge jay."
" Wonder ef he'll swap hosses ? " whispered Harum to Shylock.
Charon hastily climbed up on the pier, evidently in a state of pinic.
" Phwat 's he bin doin' t' ye?" asked Mr. Dooley.
"Gadzooks, ferryman, what ailest thee? Where got'st thou that goose look?"
cried the Bard of Avon, unconsciously quoting from "Macbeth," a breach of good taste
" The gods preserve me," gasped Charon, U I never carried such a passenger
before. When I brought Aguinaldo over and he died three times in fifteen minutes l was
ready to resign g but this-ll
" ls it bughouse ? " asked Dooley.
" Search me? " said Charon, in his agitation dropping into slang. " He hailed me
on the other side and asked for a reserved seat and a return ticket. l told him that this
was n't a slumming expedition and that he was in for keeps. Soon 's I locked him in the
cabin he took off his coat and lit a cigarette. l told him that the bottomless pit did the
smoking down here and that he 'd either put it out or I 'd put him overboard. He told me
to go to Kansas-that he'd got out of worse Styx than this, and then he threw the
spitoon through the window at me. "
" Here it comes now," whispered Queen Elizabeth. " ls my hat on straight? "
Mr. Dooley picked up another brick, saying, " lf he looke.l hungrier l'd take him
for a book agent."
An elongated form in pink and yellow socks and a strenuous necktie came out of the
Cabin. His face brightened as he looked down on the pier an.l saw the crowd of curious
Shades He shook himself, cleared his throat and began :
" Fellows, we have very brightprospects for next season. We're going to have a
bang-up coach "-Jessie James and Dick Turpin smiled-" and there is no reason why we
should not have the most successful seaszma we ever kne.v "-Shakespeare, who had been
pensively tieing the Hero's wig to Jeanne d' Arc's back-braid, looked up quickly, thinking
that a theatrical manager had arrived-J' for," went on the speaker, " we 've got the best
tean: that we ever had, and we're sure to beat Will-" A sudden rush, a patter of feet,
and the speaker looked down and saw only Baron Nlunchausen and Ananias, eagerly
7 " Go on, old man," encouraged the Baron. " You're all right! Those fellows
won t even listen to me, and the other day they told Ananias to go and get a reputation.
But you 've got them on the run. Go on ! "
" Now we want you fellows," went on the orator, " to come up this morning"-
the Baron's jaw dropped-" we 've got to have at least 3700.00 H-a shriek rang out as
Ananias fell off the pier and took an involuntary sulphur bath-' the collectors will go
around-" The Baron fell in a dead faint with his hand tightly clasped over his pocket.
" They did n't give me a ghost of a show," muttered the solitary shade lighting his
ln the dim, hazy distance a German hand struck up " lf You Have n't Any Money
You Need n't Come Around."
F. H. POWELL, IQOX.
Elie parable of the Glen Stubents.
I. Then shall the kingdom of Prexie be likened unto ten students, who bought
them pails to fill with water for the morrow.
2. And five of thfm were wise, and five were foolish.
3. They that were foolish left their pails empty.
4. But the wise brought up water in their pails.
5. While the hell was quiet they all slumlvered and slept.
6. And at 7.40 A. M. there was a great ringing, " Arise, go ye out to chapel."
. Then all those students arose and looked into their pails.
. And the foolish said unto the wise, "Give us of your water, for our pails are
0. But the wise answered, saying, " Not so, lest there he not enough for us and
you 1 but go ye rather down and get water for yourselves."
io. And while they went down for it, the bell ceased to toll, and they that were
washed and ready went into chapel : and the door was shut.
ii. Afterwards came also the other students, saying, " Prexie, Prexie ! open to us."
12. But he answered and said, " Verily, I say unto you. I know ye-ye are 'stuck.' "
T. DEL. C., 1902.
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The zephyrs whisper through the towering pines,
The bubbling brook llows noisily thro' the len,
The stxlgs, together with their gentle hintls,
Seek solitude, for from the haunts of men.
'l he giant live onks lift their vertlzmt hencls,
The j:rs'mines one their heavenly scented tlowers
The wild chick thro' the mzirsh her young brood lexicls,
Wistnrixl clothes the woocl with purple bowers.
From the tree-tops wnrblers tell their story,
The mocking bircl his vnrietl praises sings,
Roses bloom in :ill their gorgeous glory,
And :Ill the world with joyous voices rings.
The 'gzxiotrs sun themselves in hitlclen nooks,
From thickets comes the squirrel's wary call,
Wiltl violets bloom beside the pnrling brook, .
Anti Nature is in hzlrmony with ull,
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G Sununcr Dag.
The day is hot, no breezes blow 5
No clouds along the mountains show.
The air is still. A dull red haze
Has been at sunset seen for days.
The sun beats down with fervid ray,
The landscape shimniers o'er the way.
The robin at the " Willow Spring,"
With open beak and drooping wing,
Scatters about a mimic shower,
'llilqipg fl bath at noon's high hour.
Down the path for a pail of water
Trips the l'armer's rosy daughter.
The farm boy and his sweating team
A thunderstorm, a boon would deem.
The farmer sees with much unrest
A storm appearing in the west,
And wishes for another day
ln which to gather in the hay.
The llocks all seek the deepest shades
And even Rover, from his raids
On meadow mole, or chipmunk slim,
Or on the old gray woodchuck grim,
Lies panting down with lolling tongue
Under the bush where the coats are hung.
The children from the school let out
Run round with merry joyous shout.
The crooked willow old and gaunt
ls ever a delightful haunt,
Whose spreading branches formed a sp
Where all the boys could tind a place.
They care not though the day be hot,
But play about the schoolhouse lot
At " prisoner," " hatballf' " three old cat,"
" Duck on a rock." or after that
The boys and girls would form and sing
About the one within the ring.
Now rings the bell and in they troop,
With many a laugh and shout and whoop
Their merry voices soon are still,
Obedient to the masters will,
While in the yard the tree toads sing
With all their might the rain to bring.
Now o'er the face of Nature fair
There creeps a change, the sultry air
Hangs still as death. No song of bird
Except red robin now is heard
ln greeting to the welcome rain
That soon will patter on the pane.
The rush of wind is heard anon,
A cloud of dust goes whirling on,
The silly cattle seek some tree
Which by the lightning struck may be.
With greater sense the horse is blest,
And turns his tail to the threatening West
The sun now hides behind the clouds
That all the western sky enshrouds.
The muttering thunder deep and low
Increases with each fiery glow 1
On moves the storm, an armed band,
And darkness covers all the land.
A sudden vivid lightning's tlash,
Quick followed by the thunder's crash,
That wakes the echoes all around
And like an earthquake shakes the ground
A moment's silence, then the rain
ls seen advancing o'er the plain.
The trees all bend before tne blast,
Belated travelers hurry past,
The team just gains the old red barn
ln time to save the hay from harm,
As down in torrents falls the rain,
Making a brook of the pasture lane.
The thunder bellows overhead,
The lightning gleams an angry red,
The wind goes by with roaring sound,
The raindrops kiss the thirsty ground
The storm rolls on, a scattered band,
And leaves behind a smiling land.
The rainbow in the eastern sky
Rests on the purple mountains high,
A cool delicious fragrant breeze
Winds in and out among the trees.
Down sinks the sun in crimson sheen,
And twilight settles o'er the scene.
VVALDRON ALLEN STEARNS, M. D., A. M. C., IQOO.
Bolts may be divided into 'four classes. The first class is described by Dickens in
Chap. ll of "Great Expectations," as follows: M You know, old chap," said Joe, looking
at me, and not at Nlrs. Joe, with his bite still in his cheek, " that l Bolted myself, when l
was your age-frequent-and as a boy l'Ve been 1111101155 1'n:l11y B0lte1'S: but l never See
your bolting equal yet, Pip, and its a mercy you ain't Bolted dead.
The Bolt as described by Dickens may be observed thirty seconds before the last bell
in the morning.
The second kind of Bolt is used on the inside of class-room doors. Its chief use is to
get out of order and furnish Supt. of Public Works Clute with something to drive dull care
away. lncidentally, these Bolts are used to keep the cows from breaking into the class-
The third class of Bolts is more commonly known as a class-bolt. It is a spontaneous
movement among a number of students and arises from two motives. The first, a
generous desire to save the Professor from the effects of overwork: and the second, a
struggle to see who can get out of sight first. Class Bolts flourish in the gentle spring, and
in times of National peril, such as speeches by Roosevelt or Bryan.
The last class includes what are termed by poets " Thunderbolts," and are considered
very striking. No poet ever saw one, though, and a long suffering Providence has
refrained from wasting them on the poets. The "thunderbolt" has the peculiar property
of coming from a clear sky. lt sounds like this:
"The business of the college cannot be interfered with in this way. Yesterday's
' Bolt' will be counted as a 'zero' and will be considered as cancellingall other Bolts. Mr.
--will please begin at the top of page 16. '
F. H. POWELL, 'o3.
Yes, you :Ind I, Itwere but we Iwo,
Went rowing in :1 smnll canoe.
I, to be sure, took up the onr
And in zu moment, it was :1 bore,
Then turning to you, my dearest fI'It'lkI
I zlslced, H Hnvc you n hnnd to lend?
" N0 sir-ree-bob? no hnnd for you.
You can puddle your own cnnoef
LT Cfctlc with o .lTo1'al.
IDNCE there came unto a certain college in the land a young man ol great promise and
high attainlneuts. Especially in the matter ol' classics was he a tauriant youth with
a vitreous ocular. He could knock the spots ol'l' a croolted passage from any such old
lu:nie-favorites as Homer, Plato or lhucydides. ln Latin he rode an automolwile and
distanced all who ventered against him I'or the stalie money. Verily in Latin was he a
winner and it was sale to het your last red on the young man 0. G. P. A. H. A. Clhese
stand lor " of great promise and high attainments."j And herehy hangs the tale.
There was in the same college an humhle and unoflending engineer. Yes, a dispised
and meeli engineer! He was nevertheless possessed ol' much ol' that faculty which the
young man O. G. P. A H. A. lacked. Now in the process ol' time in order to luring all to
the point of this discourse, the hmnhle and unoI'l'ending engineer hethought him ol' a
famous Latin quotation hy which he h'n.l m'l.le many to stumhle in his ptnlmy days when
he had not lveen a dispisecl and meek engineer hut a classical student in a prep. school.
This verse reads as follows:
lsa hilli heres ago
Fortihus es in aro.
Noces mari 'l'hehe trux.
Votis inem pesan duX.
The H. A. U. engineer hrought unto this tauriant youth with the vitreous ocular and
hesought ol' him the interpretation thereof.
Longand earnestly did the classical wonder ponder over this verse. He at length told
the engineer that some ol' the words were evidently archaic l,atin and he would have to
looli them up in a larger dictionary in the college lihrary. He desired lirst to know ahoul
the spelling, whether the engineer was positive that he had written down the words
correctly. On heing inl'orme.l that the H. A. U. engineer was not positive ahout all the
words because he had written them down from memory, the young luan O. ti. P. A. H. A.
inunediately set forth for the lihrary to puzzle his massive intellect over his archaeological
Meanwhile there came to the room ol' the dispised engineer a young man whose
knowledge ofthe classics was largely ol' the equestrian order, who inunediately at sight
translated the above vers: as lollows:
l say, Billy, here's a go,
Forty husses in a row.
" No,' says Nlary, " they he trucks."
" Vot is in 'c-ni?" " Peas and ducks."
NlORAL,-The use ol' a horse is an aid to classical study.
, S. L., og.
Qc tiowc that pusscb in gc lliglptc.
Ho l ye Fzxcultie and Students, Ho l
Whilst l relzete, ye
Nlysterie of ye wnntom hexlstie !
One nighte upon ye campus
CCowes oftimes doe, ye know ful weelb
Ye hitynige windes upon ye
Ye Swellynge dome illlll ye poore
Cowe ulylt did hlow ful hnrd.
" A shelter
Must this hytter nigghte he found,"
" Whzit efer ye consequences ure.
Ye Rede Buildynge
Yonder looms up in grxmdeur.
Thither l'll hie me with grete speede.
Forsooth there zu
Huth hlown :1j:u',:nnd inside l'll
Sny me down to slept-." .
lt czune to passe that lor ye nighte
" Freddie's "
Room wus occupyetl-
Nluch oecupyed :ls Goodniun Clute will seye.
Now, in this czise Cos
So often hzlppeuethb
Ye innocente :gre suspected.
Ye Fucultie thought it to he ye lzuilte
Of ye Student Boyes,
And to lllilli due zxpologyes, they were demzrnded.
Up roos ll nohle Senior
Before ye College Nleetynge.
Quoth he: " l doe yow zldvyse
Thzlt this worde unto ye Fzxeultie he sent:
" We regret
Ye nation of ye
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A! Mcin liuhes Hcrzchcn,
ich lieh' dich imim-1' mehr,
Mehr :ils die scliuene Mrleulchcn
Ich sehe hin und her.
Nun kzmnst du nicht vcrstehch
Wie vicl ich liche dich 5
Mein Hcrz wurd hnld erste? en
Wenn du wurdst lichen mich.
B. H., JR., 1
Glbmtg llicblcul Qlollcgc.
Tis of ancient huiltl ancl its sills are mill'cl
With the scars ul' many a lcnile,
ln the hancls ol' youths wlm'x'e imhihecl a few truths
Ancl gune to prey upon life.
lts walls are ulcl :intl keep out the celcl
As a seive wuultl keep nut snow:
While the warpetl llunrs ancl tlecrepit tluurs
lnvite the tlraug.5hts tu hluw.
The parasite, rust, :intl the aeruhe. tlust,
Have gathered as uit they tln,
On n1em'ry and huulc as we tincl when we luuli
The museun!'s1ill'tl from the Iieltl that's till'tl
By tincture aucl pill :incl linile,
Ancl reaped with the scythe in the hancl su hlythe
Ol' the great cullectur of Life.
Such useful truck as a mounted huclc,
Moth-eaten and falling: apart.
A centre-case groans llltfillll an elephant's huues,
Antl horses arrangetl a la carte.
The campus is witle as a tape-xvurm's hitleg
As lung as a wisp ul' hay,
Ancl the college exterior is nu-wise superior
Tu a haru that's gone tu tlecay.
But it's all weve gut ancl aruuncl that spot,
Hangs a halu ul' I1lClll.I'lCS clear,
While age ancl clelect hut increase nur respect
As they gather lruiii year to year.
Here lmnwleclge is sown :incl sheepslcins muwn g
Shape comes to our futurels foam,
And therels never a grumhle for however humble
'I'here's no place like our hmne.
'THE cow helnngs tn the genus hnlnn, :is :1 rule, nlthnngh in some pzlrts of the country
Lg there :ire wilcl cmvs thnt cInn't helnng to :inyhncly in pz1rticnl:lr. They usually in-
hnhit lnrlnynrcls, hnt :ure nlten sccn in stnclt y ntl ' l ti the
' .' " : ' s :incl riding., on l'!llll'tl1lk ':1ins, nr nn
Frnm the cow we nhtnin ice creznn, cnnnecl corn-heel, mill:-shakes :incl limhnrger
cheese. l-low little tlnes the tlwnglitless wnrltling, :ls he nihhles his Welsh rznrehitzinct
sips his mill:-punch, cnnsicler hnw ninch he is intlehtecl for these lnxnries tn the patient,
gentle cfm' grnzing in ynnclercullege pzustnre.
The cow selclnm tlies zu nntnrnl tlezith, unless struck hy lightning nr il l'nstt'reig.fl1t. lt
is llillll tn cleterlnine whzit the nvernge length nl' lite nl' the cow is, some will :lverzige
Iilteen tn twenty years, nthers will :iverzige only Your nr live weeks, heing converted into
vezil tlnring their innocent cull'-linncl clnys.
Cows :ire very fontl nl' their cnlves :incl will lllllLll'Il hitterly when cleprivecl of their
Cnws :ire snitl tn have lnnr stninnchs: ilnnggine having the stoinncli-:Ache in :lll lnnr :lt
nnce. l :nn glntl l :nn nut :l cttw.
LT Dunltatic Situation in tDnc Gct.
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MR. A. Hush! Cl.11cm1s i11luull1'.j
IDR. B. Never niincl, never mind l tdszlii-J I-lezivens !
MR. A. Cjqrozrxlvl Well, we've :lll get 'en1. Clizlls bark upon llw pillow 101711 a
lmjvfyx' smile, and v11rlt11'11jlzllx.D
CDDQ to the Dcpartcb.
Damon, once faithful guxirdiun,
Of Union's szicred ground,
For thee, nlns, we vziinly mourn,
For thou thy grave host found.
We knew where Prexy could he found,
For thou wert ever nenr,
Sometimes with joy we sziw thy form,
Sometimes with douht :ind fezir.
We think that in the hetter lnnd,
Where dogs :ire gay :md free,
'l'hou'll howl among the canine choir,
With hlissful melody.
O, happy Dzlmon that thou nrt,
Guileless, without defect,
Sometimes we wish we were with thee,
Among the dog-elect.
But here thy memory 'ere will live,
Rejoice thyself with thnt,
Of thee it hzuth heen truly said:
H Canis holms l'l'L1I'--N
G- P., og
The lndizin crept up to the girl,
The girl was lcnezxding hrezxd,
She, turning, tlung it in his fzxce,
And lost her dough on the red.
There were bigger fishes in those days, or else there were bigger liars. A four pound
and a-half brook trout would be considered remarkable nowadays, l suppose, but like a
thirty-nine cent bargain, it shows too nice a striving after exact mathematics. Fish and
bargain alike seem factitious. They are both lies of the realistic sort, like counterfeit
greenbacks, and they offend us for the same reason. We like not this presentment of
authenticity. We hate these H l hope to die it's so " fellows. We want liars that we can
depend upon. Give us a frank I':'LfIlt'fltJ .ni l.lllfVI.VS1T7lTl', for that is as irreproachable as the
Lucian and his friends had been spending a few weeks in the moon with King
Endymion, but that is a different story. Finally, however, they set sail, for their ship was
as good a Ilier in the air as it was on the water. They passed sundry planets which have
since been removed by Copernicus and others, made a short stop at Lantern City, which
some centuries later was taken to France and remodeled by Rabelais, and in four days
came to the earth. Fortunately they were headed for the sea, and fortunately too, the
wind fell, so that they settled down into the water very gently. The weather was so calm
and the sea so smooth that they celebrated by jumping in and having a good swim.
"However," says Lucian "things are not always what they seem. We sailed on
merrily enough for two days, but toward sunrise on the third day we suddenly saw a lot of
great beasts, sea monsters. One of them, the largest of all, was over a hundred miles
long, l should think. He was coming our way with his mouth open, lashing the sea into
foam all about hiln, and showing his great teeth, sharp as stakes, white as ivory. We
said an all-round good-bye and waited, but only for a moment. He bore down upon us in
a twinkling and swallowed us, ship and all. Fortunately we got past his teeth before he
closed his mouth, and the ship slid down inside of him."
" Once we were inside, it was pitch-dark, and we couldnlt see a thing at tirstg but pre-
sently, when the fish opened his mouth, we could see a great cavern, broad and high, big
enough to hold all Amsterdam. All about lay little fishesand bodies of lots of othercreatures,
and sails and anchors, and bones of men, andships' freight, in the middle there was land
and some hills, formed, l thought, by the settling of the mud he swallowed. There was a
wood growing there, of all kinds ol' trees, and there were some vegetables that had sprout-
ed, indeed the whole place looked as if it had been cultivated. lt was some twenty-tive
miles around this tract. Sea birds were nesting in the trees, gull and kingfishers."
" All this interested us at tirst, but by and by we began to realizeour plight. lt was a
pretty how-do-you-do, and we didn't much fancy it. lndeed we were rather glum over it,
Finally, however, I roused up my companions and we put some props under the boat.
Then they kindled a tire by rubbing sticks together, and we got ready a meal from what
was at hand. There was tish enough about, of course, and we still had some water that
we had brought from Lucifer."
" The next day whenever the fish opened his mouth, we could see, now a shore, now
mountains, now only the sky, oftentimes islands. He was evidently carrying us all about
the sea, ata great rate. When we had finally got a bit used to the situation, l took seven
of my companions, and went into the woods to reconnoitre. l had scarcely gone half a mile
before I came to the telnple of Poseidon Cthat was evident from the inscription on ith and
not long afterwards to a number of graves with gravestones over them. Nearby we found
a spring of sparkling water. Soon we heard a dog bark, and saw smoke ahead and could
make out a farm house."
And so forth, and so forth, and so forth, a man and a boy and a garden, food and
drink, strange adventures with strange folk such as never since have lived on land or sea
or in fishes, an inward singeing of the beast with the help of a forest til'e, that made him
give up the ghost, and finally a rather adroit escape through the last gasp. All this only
goes to show that if you make the right kind of a fish you may putany kind ol' a stnl'Y WU
please inside of him. A little audacity in the prelnises renders the whole lnatter simple.
lf you make the tish's belly spacious, Jonah will be comfortable and so will you. You
will not have to worry about the ventilation and the food and the water. A real
accommodating fish like Lucian's will even open his mouth once an hour so that the
inhabitants may be able to tell the time of day. Be a reliable liar. lJon't force us even to
suspect that you are pretending to tell the truth.
Q ti Clgiwrg.
O, what was the odor so sweet and pervading,
That spread from the class-rooms of late,
And what was the perfume so strong and persuading
Which had on our spirits such weight?
And tell me the reason, my friend, if you learn all,
Why the tutors were vexed at their rooms?
Why the freshmen now meet with a wrangling infernal,
Like the devils at work at their looms?
And kindly elucidate whether at Union
They're conducting a stock-farm or zoo?
For the noises that greet one at every re-union
Of classes is deafening too.
Of the scents that were wafted from class-room to campus,
CPlease answer such questions as these.j
Did asafoetida labor its utmost to cramp us,
Or was it the original cheese?
S. LORD, 'o3.
5 qfl 'Ill
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"fwfr, A ,.'rJ""'l
l.uve huth tlunnetl his ggultlen quiver,
He hanth grnspetl his silver hmv,
'llu the string :lu :irruxv Iittetl
Antl :i hexlrt hzith he lvruuglit luxv.
Nuw he lits :intl :iilns:1nuther,
Cuines the suuntl ul' lWtlXVSll'lI15.flS twang.
lire the huur hutl tlepzirtetl,
These twu hexirts together sprringg.
l.tlVL'XY1lSXN'l'lllL'I1 un their faces,
l.uve wus written un eueh hezirt,
Antl :nnitl the smiles ul' Cupid,
They swore th':it they ne'er wuultl part.
He wus strung thuugh she wus llZlll'Cl',
Yet she lungetl I'ur pence .intl rest.
Yen, she Cl'llVL'kl fur juy :intl fuuntl it,
l.t'1lllll1l.f un her luver's hrezist.
Lung :is 'l'iine sh:lll lllilliti his journeys,
While the sun shines un nhuve,
Nziught sh:1ll ever eume hetween them-
Willing lll1ll'liS ul' winged Love.
TH. 3-4 0
Hoadley, 1'i'.1il1'1l,rg' in f'7Vl.n'ln'll1, " Hail, hail, hail l H
Johnnie Bennett, "Yes, hail, hziil, hail! Nathan Hale! li.ln'.u'd Everett H "
ll' auriqe Perkins Hale!!! '
Johnnie, in Junior Latin, translating, "Marius, though an exile, drinlis from "
Hoy, t7lf",hi'tll'lillg' .11 Ihr door, " Where's that casli that you want toput thatalcoh "
Johnnie Caghast fora moment 5 iiC1lSli? I guess vou re mistaken in 'our mm
7 7 .
lever get mine hy the demijohn. "
Ifgnm to llnion,
" Calmly there beside the Mohawlc, thronged with hopes and doulvts and
She has sat in stately splendor, smiling through a hundred years.
She. the mother ol' our learning, maker of a stalwart race,
Union, Union, Alma Nlater, may she hold her honored place.
ln the dim aisles of her forests we have wandered undismayed,
Singing in the sumlner hreezes underneath the elm tl'ee's shade.
We have seen the purple shadows gather 'round her laughing rills,
Watched the crimson sunsets fading on the lovely western hills.
Often on some halmy evening in a muflled undertone
Came the voices of her singers seated on the grand, old stone,
And the llames have hurned and sparklecl 'neath the heavens starry hlue,
To commemorate the glory of some hattle won for you.
Clothed in garments gray and ancient, heart unchanged hy 'l'ime's decay,
May your sons uphold your honor, till at last there comes a day,
When, like Plw.-nix, reinvested with a hetter, stronger youth,
You, O Nlother, nohle hearted, shall he prosperous in truth.
S. B. H. '62,
S. B- H., Jr. 'o3.
ccausc prof. Gslymorc lDorc bis Straw
TUNIE-" .lust Because She Made Them Goo-Goo Eyes."
A college prof whose name full well
All Union students know,
As soon as Parsons rings the hell
To class would surely go.
He is the prof,
The prof of I.at.
ast fall when it was getting.: cold,
And frost had turned things white,
e used to wear-so we are told!
I guess we are told right,
e used to wear
A light straw hat,
Just hecause Prof. Ashmore wore l
And hroke a college custom and a
A message to him went,
And he knew just what it meant,
Just pecause Prof. Ashy wore his
A message came to him one day
By titty postal cards.
The season's over, take away
Your straw "-they tore off y
Of kind advice.
He took a fall.
At tirst when Ashy read the lines
He got most awfully mad,
And then resolved to stick the grinds
ln class and make them sad.
Oh, that was nice,
For one and all.
Just because Prof. Aslunore wore his straw,
And hroke a college custom and a law,
A message to him went,
And he knew just what it meant.
'l'hat's the reason Ashy shed his straw.
P. ra. Q.
PERK.-" Nlr. Hoxie, what is the characteristic of an acid? "
HOXIE.-H lt bites."
PERK.-Y-e-s, so tloes a dog. Th-a-t will do."
JIMMY.-"Mr. Finegan, how is melody produced in this poem ? "
FINHGAN.-" It is protlucetl hy interlinear rhyme. "
JIMMY.---H You must he thinking ot' something else, Mr. Fine-gan."
FREDDIIE. tin Economicsj-" Nlr. Miller, give the titles ol' the chapters we study
Miller is silent.
FREDDIE.--" Quite important, Mr. Miller. these titles."
MILLER'-" Well, l know all the rest. "
ASHY.-" What is nw' equivalent to? "
CLARK.-6' And not."
ASHY.-" Where is the unrl? "
CLARK.-" In the fleet!-'b.
DR. TOWNE, tin Freshmen Pl1ysiologyJ4-" Mr. Rutledge, will you tell us what a
RUTLEDGE.-" lt's a sort ol' a hox with a face on in front. "
RIP.-" Mr. Hannay, in the time of Charlemagne when the men saw their leader sur-
rounded tlitl they run away? 'l
RIP.-" No, Mr. Hannay, you must not hring your own feelings into the ease."
FRIEDDIE.---" Nlr. Parsons, give the name of a woman famous in French history at
PARSONS, Cafter some thoughtj, H The Dauphin."
PERK.-H What state is oxygen found in, M-i-s' Kru'si?"
KRUESI.-H New York Statef,
OPPY, tin Meehanics,D "Give an example of a l.tll'CL'1lClllll,L' vertically on a hotly, Mr.
OPPY.---" Mr. Griltith, it' the upper ray of an image as it leaves the lens turns down,
how will the bottom one turn ? "
GRIP, tenthusiasticallyb. " Up."
OPPY.-" No: it is not as a rainy tlay when one has his umbrella turnetl down anti his
trousers turned up. "
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I sul beside :1 maiden fair,
My eyes on lieu' were bent.
I lunggeel to speak some pretty th
Ol' luving sentiment.
My cup ol' bliss is full 'quuth I,
" Num' you 'tis jury lu live, '
The maiden lmsteneel to l't'II11lI'Ii,
" Yuurcup is Iilce :l sieve."
CT SFCSTQIIICIII Drimcr.
f.-lflflpfefl from IJIIQUIII' F1'f'lrI'si
See the Freshman. He has just come to College and is 'Trying to looli as il' He had
been Here for years. Can he deceive the other Students? No. See, some ol' them have
Perceived him. Now they are Nlaking him remove his Violet-pillli and Vermillion socks.
Perhaps they wish To see if his Name is on them.
' , THE FOOT BALL PLAYER.
Behold the Foot Ball player. Fle on him for not having his Pantaloons cleaner! See
the funny Bumps all over Him. They are to make him Look Terrible. His Nose has been
bleeding and He has rubbed the Blood all over his Face and Clothes. Howcareless of him l
Now he is l.imping off the Field. He will not limp when he is out of Sight ol' the Crowd.
That is the way of Heroes.
What is this Object we see walking about on the Campus? ls it the Advance Agent oi
a Show? No, it is :A Tute. What is a Tute? lt is a very Young and Hopeful creature
who wishes some day To become a Professor. Will it dance? No, but it will March.
Cxill it Tute and see what lt will do. It blushes to the Ends ol' its long Finger Nails. Fie,
Fie, you should not Call it Tute, for it will Stick you.
Little Freshman, can you Tell me what this is? lt is a Stick. but not the Kind that
you roll Hoops with. It is spelled N. S. Would you Like one? They are easy lo get.
Take some nice soft Limburger Cheese and put in on the Prol'essor's lJesk. Now throw All
the chairs out of the Window and open the Stove door. lf the professor Expresses any
Curiousity in the matter next Day pretend that you Do not hear. l'erhaps you May get a
Stick. See those Fellows getting on the Choo-Choo cars? They have Got lots of Sticks.
Now They think They will go Home for a while.
See the Ladies. They are Employed in the proiessor's Household. How nice and
friendly They are. You need not Be introduced. Just stand in the Door-way and talk with
Them. They are nice and jolly. Hark, I think the Professor is coming. Have you Not an
engagement to Read your Iissay this hour?
THE ROUND BUILDING.
Do you see that Beautiful huilding? It is nott Memorial hall. Notice the Stained-
Glfsss windows and granite Columns. What a high Dome it has ! It is not Heated with
Stoves like some of the Old buildings. It cost a Lot of money. What is it Used for? Why
dear Me, Freshmen should Not ask impertinent Questions.
Now, many of Us are christians here And yet we have an Idol. Isn't it Prettily
painted? Freshman Langlois painted it So prettily. Could you Paint it as well? Iwonder
if you could Climh up on its Head. Perhaps, il' you Were helped from Below. Maybe you
Will have a Chance to try.
Ol' him, we write
Who fought harsh Spain for love
OI Ireedtmm,--CuIwa's right,
Defending home he strove.
To this fair vale,
To Alma IVIater's home
Came he, inspired to sail
Through learning's sparkling foam.
Caramha I I
A maid he knew,
And nice red hair had she,-
A heartfelt sigh she drew,
" Oh you're the man for me ! "
Caramha ! ! I
" I'll he a rapt
Fond wil'e,vjust marry me ! "
Astonished, H NIE?" he gasped,
" NAY, SIS, I'lI stay free.
Caramha I! ! I "
T. DEL. C., 702.
Sketch of the "G5ctrnet."
fFROM ,QQ GARNET wiTH ADDITIONSJ
YR. VOLUME. DEDICATED TO EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. BUSINESS MANAGER.
1883 XXVIII No dedication. F. Burton, .cl Q. F. Burton, AI Q.
1384 XXIX No dedication. Benj. G. Chisolm, 5 Q. Charles A. Kitts, ll' T.
1885 XXX No dedication. Alvin B. Bishop, li 'Fl II. Everett Fowler, A A Q.
1886 XXXI The Idol. Edwin C. Angle, K A. V E Jesse M. Mosher, II' T.
1887 XXXII Unionis Coming President. Charles F. Bridge, 'I' T. , Francis X. Ransdell, 11 Q.
1888 XXXIII Henry Whitehorne. Edward P. Towne. J Q. Francis D. Lewis, B19 II.
1889 XXXIV The Dorpian Damsels. Nlichael Nolan, Q 1-I J. I Charles H. Flanigan, :I 1'
1890 XXXV Dr. Harrison E. Webster. W. S, Cgiggitiy, B I-1 II, I Clarence Johnson, A 11 Q
1391 XXXVI Hnitlnfs Alumni. H. W. Preston, K .'l. 1 H. W. Briggs, Q J 151,
1 Q2 o ssue. 5 9
1893 XXXVII Gen. Daniel Butterfield. W. B. Lippincott, .el J Q. , J. C. NlcAlpine. 13 "1 U.
1894 XXXVIII Dr. Maurice Perkins. Douglas Campbell, E Q. 1 H. L. Cooke, Ll Q. 9
1895 XXXIX Hon. John H. Starin. W. L. Sawyer, 'I' T. i NV. S. McEwan, B "I H.
1896 XL Thomas W. Wright. A. L. Peckham. .Y 'l'. i W. H. Hall, 13 "I U. Y
1897 XLI Dr. Andrew V. V. Raymond. Hiram C. Todd. J SP. 1 Harry P. VVillis, Q J "L
1898 XLll Sidney G. Ashmore. Charles D. Griffith. Q .I 141. v Willis E. Merriman. Jr., Y' 1
1899 XLlll James Reagles Truax. F. Roy Campion, 13 lil II. j Chauncey French, Q F 41.
IQOO XLIV Dr. Alhert Vander Veer. Seward H. French, Q F J. ' Eugene M. Sanders, AI If
1901 XLV John lra Bennett. John E. Parker KA. J I Leroy J. Weed, Y' T.
1902 XLVI Hon. Horace B. Silliman. John D. Guthrie, E Q. 1 Harry C. Hoyt, .I J Q.
Until the issue of volume XXVIII by the class of 1883, the Garnet, which derives its name from Union's college color,
had no officers known as Editor-in-chief or Business Manager. Hitherto the annual had been a pamphlet-like publication
issued by the five fraternities-Kappa Alpha, Sigma Phi. Delta Phi, Psi Upsilon and Alpha Delta Phi-until the Garnet of the
class of 782 when Beta Theta Pi was admitted to the tive, Kappa Alph:1 having no representative upon that board of Editors.
The order of successionof the Garnet's editor-in-chief is that it shall be in the orderof establishment of fraternities. lf a new
fraternity is established it shall not have an editor-in-chief until all other fraternities have had their turn and its turn comes
in order of establishment. A fraternity failing of a member, 'a sophomore at the spring term, at the time of organization of
the Garnet Board, shall forfeit its claim to chief editor for one complete revolution of the office.
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" IVe are-and there are mme beside us."
BAHLER.-" Man delights me not, no, nor woman either."
BENTON.-" Let every man be master of his time. "
Hl:NNliTT.A" That this too too solid llesh would melt:
Thaw, and resolve into a dew.
CHEISSBOR HUGH-" And yet it is almost against my cons:ience."
COOK -" Every man is as God made him, and oftentimes :i great deal more."
GOLDEN. -" Trust not too much to an enchanting face."
LUDDEN.-" lt has been my main endeavor
Throughout my college course,
To sport b'gosh : drink ginger pop,
Be tough, you know, and horse. "
MILl.ER.e" He is too picked, too spruce, too atyfected, too odd."
MINKIN.-" The superiority of some men is merely local. They are great because their as-
sociates are little."
NEFF.-" lt is very difficult to grow old gracefully."
SHELLEY.-" Hearken and you shall discover his thoughts by his song."
SLACK.-H Appearances to save his only careg
So things seem right, no matter what they are."
SUMERISKI.-" Lose not thine own for want of asking for it: 'twill get thee no thanks."
VAN WORMER.-" The only credulity of an honest m:m is credulity."
WAGONER.-" The extreme pleasure we take in talking of ourselves should make us fear
that we give very little to those who listen to us. "
WARNER.-" The time is out of joint: O, cursed spite,
That ever l was born to set it right."
WEED.--" We know not what to say."
WIGHT.-" Remember your own youth."
" Th-ey sit '1nm1.g.fet men, like descewlml p:'.i.- 5
They have fl Itriml of honor sets llwn. r:j,',
More than cz mortul seeming,"
ADAMS.-" And still they gazed and still the wonder grew.
That one small head could carry all he knew. ii
BEST.-" The Lord have pity on a married man "
BO'l'HWEI.l..-" Patience and shuffle the cards. "
CARVER.-" He is a man, talce him for all in all. "
COFFIN.-" Curiosity thy name is Teddy
lnquisitiveness thy name is Coftin. "
COWELL.-" The prototype of thy hrother."
CRAIN.-" Nlethought l heard a voice."
CRIM.-" An understanding simple and unschooled. "
GILLESPIE.-" There are more things in heaven and earth
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
HINMAN.--lt is the height of art to conceal art.'i
METZGER.-H l feel within me
A peace ahove all earthly dignitiesg
A still and quiet conscience."
PARSONS.-'A To husiness that we love, we rise betimes,
And goto it with delight."
RUSSUM.-L' He could raise scruples dark and nice
Y And after solve 'em in a trice. '
SMALL.--" Shall l, wasting in despair,
Die, because a woman's fair? "
SOUTH.-H Would l were a missionary on the plains of Timbuctoo."
STILES.-"'l'l1el'e's something in his soul
O'er which his melancholy sits on brood."
THEBO.-L' 'l he dead to the hier and the living to good beer."
R. C. YATES.-" Won't you call me Robert just once before you go ? "
W. S. YATES.-" T'is death to me to he at enmity,
' l hate it, and desire all men's love."
" Urn' seas more devils than 1-ast hells can hold."
BARRETT.-" We'II teach you to drink deep, 'ere you depart."
BISHOP.-Nor Iish, nor llesh, nor good red herring, but plain hayseed."
BLOCH.--H Self-praise depreciatesf'
BOLLESMH A saint may sometimes suffer for a sinner."
BORST.+" We have not wings. we cannot soar,
But we have feet to scale and climb. 'I
COLLIER.-" With every change his features played
As aspens show their light and shadef'
DALIEY.-" How weary, stale, flat, afid unprofitable
Seem to me all the uses of the world."
DELBRIDGE.-H Last year's. "
DICKISNSON.-" Reputation, reputation, reputation,
Oh, I have lost my reputation."
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Rf DONNAN: I-" The long and short of it."
FENSTl5R.v" He raps his pate and fancies wit will come,-
Knock as you will, there's nobody at home."
GALl.EGHER.-" Many persons carry about their characters in their hands:
der their feet. "
GILLETTE:-" He looks as fresh as morning roses newly-washed in dew."
GULNAC.-" But who I am, or where, or from what cause, I know not."
it I " When iiatterers meet the devil goes to dinner. "
HOXIE.-4" This earth is hut a desert drearg
Heaven is my home."
HULSAPPLE.-" Silence does not always mark wisdom."
HUNT.Y" A Ilirtish youth of light and tuneful mind,
With voice like sign-boards screeching in the wind."
not a few un
KESSLER.-" Your words :ire like the notes ol' dying swzlns-too sweet to l:1st.',
KREUGER.-" lllx' words ily up, my thoughts remain lwelow:
Words without thoughts never to Heaven go."
KRUESI.--" Then he will tzllk-Ye Gods, how he will t:llki "
MULNANEY.-" As tedious :is :l twice-toldt:1le."
PARKER.-" Time will discoverfl
A. D. PECK.-" With :ln :1wkw:u'd gait, stretched neck :ind silly store."
A. S. PECK.-" All great men :ire in some degree inspired."
REYNOLDS.-" With 'is silly neck :1-hohhin' like il hzlsket full o' snakes."
ROY.---H None hut :1 fool is :always rightf'
TAYLOR.-"The l'I10l'C1ll1yt7I'lC speaks of himself, the less he likes to hear :mother
VAN LOON.-" A violet in the youth of nrimy n:1ture.'
'l'll.l.OTT.-" E'en though the l.:ltin class may holt,
And none go round suve me,
Yet Ashy's leg I gently null-
Nly ggzune he does nt see."
WEED.-"AffeCt1ltifil1 is the devil."
WELLS.-" Fit for the mountains und h:u'h'rous caves.
Where mznnncrs ne'er were preached."
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" Thy years ore few, Ihju foriu. 'fs Iron.
f1'llyfr1w- 'is juir. and Hum url fjI'1'4"ll.'
BENIN ING.-" Lilels but a walking shaclow."
BRAND.-" No one ever arrived suclclenly at the summit of vice.
BUTTS.-" A living cleacl man."
CONINE.-"Oh, he's as teclious as a tirecl horse. a railing wife,
Worse than a smoky house."
CONWAY.--" Very like a whale."
COOL.-H O, simplicity ancl innocence!
O, milk anti water l "
COWELL.-" Minglecl with men, a man thou must appear. "
DARBY.-" Conceit in weakest bodies strongest works."
DONHAUSER.-" There can be no kernel in this light nutq
The soul of this man is in his clothes."
DREES.-" When the 'art'-macle recruity comes to the east
'E acts like a babe an' 'e cirinks like a beast."
GLUTZBECK.-" My conscience has a thousantl clitterent tongues,
I And every tongue brings in a clilyferent tale
Anti every tale conclemns me fora villi'.n."
CREEN.-K' Oh. when shall I visit the lancl of my birth,
The loveliest lantl on the face of the earth."
GREEMAN.-H He's a tlevil an' an ostrich an' a orphan chilcl in one."
LANGLOIS.-" The heathen in his blinclness boxvs clown to woocl antl stone
LOVELOCK.M" Too much gravity argues a shallow mind."
LOWENSTEIN.--" You are the hare of whom the proverb goes,
Whose valor plucks cleacl lions by the bearcl. "
HAYS.-" Too well, too well, thou tell'st a tale so ill. "
MOLONY.-" Go, prick thy face and over-recl thy fear,
Those linen cheeks ol' thine are counsellors to fear."
MULLENNEAUX.-" He's a claisy, he's a clucky, he's a lamb l
He's ll inclia-rubber icliot on the spree. '
MURPHY.-" On nature Llo not lay the blame
But rather on the place from which he came."
PALMER.-" Howe'er it be
l cannot but be sad."
EVAQTSSEBRTQ " l ni a winner."
RUTLEDGE.-" Where art thou, mistress ol' my heart ?"
SHERRILL.-" For the apparel oft proclaims the man."
GRIFFIN, MAI.IGNANT.A--" Did the cruiser sheer fmin the straight, lHl'tl1lLl way?"
GRIFFIN, BIENIGN.-" VV1lClIllIZIIl,S secfnitl :Issist:Int. H
KEI.l.EY.A" A DlIW6l'flll bluH."
SMITH.-" l,l'llLlLl to be :I ScntchIn:In but tlnesn't like tn be l0LICllCLl.7l
BEDELI..-" A sweet, chubby, little b:Iby, twith :I lnrig cn:It.D "
WITBIiCK.H" Neglects his wnrk Inr :I Plt!lCllCIIl eIIIII'se-'l'I'ny."
CASTREE.-" RIIIIIIII' hzis it tl::It he LllSCIll'tlCkl C1ll'lUIIl lusin I'nr methylene blue."
THORNTON.-A lilltfllly gnntl I'ellIIIv, but lIe's Irwin " Nnrt Alh:Iny."
ROSECRANS,-" Cough :ilifectetl tn excite synIp:Ithy."
WHITE.+" Shun tu be :In CX'lZlIlli.U
MANDELBAUNI.-" He rezilly thinks he C1llll3lLlll1lL1LllZ..,
MARK.-A" l'tl r:Ither be king llll Pnretics lllilll president III' the U. S."
SULZMAN.-" Sninetiines :Ilw:Iys: lLfIltIl'1IIlCC is bliss."
CONGDON.-" Cry bilbyf'
HOYT.-H Always the sxnne sell'-cniiseifnis limi."
Cox.-" l tlitl it lui' business l'C1lf1'll1S.-Q A
'l'AI.MADGE.-" He expects tn bring Ilignity tn the prrilessimin, twith :I beziverj.
REED.-"S11e:Ik." 'l':Ilks ll1LICll1ll1Ll szlys little.
NlASON.f-" Nntuthe lllllll but the DI'lIiClPll.'.U
MERRIMAN.-" Prince nf srekcil tml."
JACKSON.-" A big buy."
LETTICE.-H Just llllf the ll1ll'llI."
GUTMAN.-" Ynu're nn inure :I guilt mfm, yIIu're :I Init! mgmf'
ARCHAMBAULT.---" I only knnw whzit l see in the bunk."
KENlBl.E.-" Seen no inure, Requiscnt, etc."
Gow.-" Devutee tJl'1llC1lSLll'tf.',
CANFIELD.-L' Cuultln t spell Izth but c:II'I'ies :I 'blue eye' gI':Icel'ully.
MERCHANT.-" A l:Itlies lll1lI1.N
VANDER VEER.-H H:Is :I guuty tli:ItlIesis."
POOR.-" And he returnetl tn us lnnking like the 'Cornet ul :I IllLlkl'l.1,'LlllCI' lillllklfu
O'MEARA.-H An Cl'IUl'l11tlLlSl1ll'lli 'tis s:Iitl he Invns.
MARSH.-" Fire :Intl then CI'IIIIglI hIIuseD."
SMITH, ACUTE.-" Help! Nlurtler! Fire! Police! l tlnn't wzint tn miss the bzint
SMITH, CHRONIC.-H Appenrzlnce much iinpruvetl by lnss ul slI:Ipggy lit'JlI'kl.u
KEATOR.-" Pritle goeth before :I l':Ill."
HOYT.-" Fmt Illlul innocent, but nh I such stories."
CLUTE.-" He tzilketl il tin ezu' nn me,"
CHAPIN.-" Chnpin's Cough Cure."
JIENNINGS.-" He'll hnve :1 new silk hut even it' the panel' has tn mise :lnnlher lnnrt
SHAW, B. L.-" Nl-l,, is n snliel. Du ynn IIIUZIII il?"
DAVIS.-H Billie? Sluul Pigufll1."
MURPHY.-" A Cl11lI'1lClL'l' unsL11'p:1sseLI?"
COTTER.-" I think it can he done. Why? Beeznnne iL's my npininnf'
HOYT.-" A Knnszu-2 li:n'."
VANDER VEIER.-" He's sn:nvt'ullysl1nrlhe nnxslslnnd nn lI1eh:nInsl1':1de."
CJVLEARY---T110lllllllXVIlllC1lI'l'iL'S lxvn kinds nl' tnlmccn. "One for me en une lu ine
LOOP.-" He prescribes N11 KC, H ,Ou lliC1lllSL'CIIlL'Si5-N
GARLICK. MARCO.--H G:ll'liC."
GARLICK MICRO.-" Onions."
O'BRlEN.-"Wl1n holds B - ---f' in cnntelnpl "
DOWD.-" Frmn Il Qing? gnne lnwnf'
FILKINS.-" Cught tn have been pellilngge-1'."
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' ,Z ' SEND Us YUUR URDER, state XVll0tlll'l'?'0ll wish lndy's or nmn's
. ,J N whvul: gin- 4-ulnr. huight uf frnnn- nml prvnr wnntcc und WYE 1Yll,L Hlllli
N T" I ,lg TIIVE YYIIIGICL L'.V H. lb. on nppr-nznl, ulllxwlm: you Lu llmwnln- lunl ox-
h nnnnu IL lnlly In-lure you in-vm-pt. ll. ll lb ms not nll nnrl more than wo
. -g,,.g - , 'V 4-lnnn fm' ll., nlnl n ln-Ltm' wln-ol lhnll yrnx vnn get fm' unywl1v1'l'l10m' thi!
' , xy prim-Q frmn nny 0llg:'l-l'. rvfnsn- it. nnd wc will pny all L-xpreeg elm,-gen
' V - 1 , y Inlrsu-Ives. The Bicycle S
, X . J .5 qui, our Spa-vial Agunl'H szunplu prion of 5
1 j .A ls lhv lJl'l'1llt'SIfllllfliilill inn lulvyvh- 0Vl'l'UffL'l'1'll, Wo gllnrnmt-0 it mum!
l' , ' to nuy riflll whvvl un I-hcl1nu'kvl.nn1lynn 1101-cl not 111-04-ptinmu-pnvn punt
T ' ' V. il'y1n1llunuLll1ulinns wv l'l-1111-sl-rut. NVQ- um' l'IXl'I,l'NlVE BICYCLE
T V 5 L i , MANl'l".K1"I'l'lIl'Il!S :un luke: this nn-lluul ui' 4 nln-kly im.rmll11:lm:
, V ,, r V V,'. una' 1900 MOIHAILS. This ullk-1' of n snlnph- wheel uh Lhisluw price ls
l ll I T XV xnnzlc lu sw-l:r'c H l1'lDER ARG EN Tfill Uwlx town to l'cm'esm-nt us
V fm, ,.,' V ll: Baia'EiEiTLi6igmT-'l1T:::1n::.'r'!.,m.Jlrv-girlm-h3 lrullc-:4.'32lm-h. Best
, .' "iff - Y I I Shvlhy sl-nlnlu-as llllwiln: with l'm'p.:m-ml unnncc-
V 5?'1 I HV I qw Linus. flush jvwlnlrl, lnlyn'm'vll 1-xlmlnlvr doviw- in fnslvn r---nt push and
1 V QAM' Y 'b , V-4 ' V I llnlnllv l1:ll': Kfvynl Arc-h 1-rmxn: llwm-I1-l:l':nln'1lllllvlnllllhrlulldhullpzer-
! ' w 'S' ' ' "1 lm. j HH' 4'Hii1'Hl' Pllllllillll kllvwllz lh-1-nrd "A" firm-s. lln- In-sl' uml 1nnwol'l-lla
Nfl: ' , ,gp ,-f "gg Inns! vxgvvlurlivu-live-sun: lln-m:u'kn-I. 'l'ln- 1:1-nulm-111.1Q14-ghlzvr llyzlvnk.
' 'T ' l in . V Q -:uhllvg yunlnlu, nmls nnml xn'm-1-swu'In-rx lhv ln-st. uhlninnlrln-. l'Innm4-loxl ln
I j K ' 'J Ivlm-l:,lnn1--mn nr 1-mwll l:l'u-vn.hip,:l1lyllnisln-clnlul nrnnnn-vm-ll: sin-vinl
Qin X ' ' ." llnislnwl luivlu-ling nn nll lnrhrht lun-ls. Wo llnwullgllly tL-sh cvury plccu
N 1 V nl' mnlvrinl lhnt gow into lhls lnxwllllw. Ullr lrlmlingg ya-llr'n :nur-
J A Q .., MIL,-0 lmlul with 1-nvh lrivyvlv.
" ' t ll 'lil '50 'UU' Um' P""'lil'lI Ulf' l!ll0.501'nsh in full with orslur wc' will
'V ,J ' VVV.ir sa-nml fron- n gc-lnuixzo lhnrnllvk l0,000 mllm- lun-ru-I pnttvrn vyclo-
I A fi -V.jqrL Incl-1'v':l01'n l1ixflxlgzl'mlL- Hum' lnlmp, Your mom-y nll hnm-k il' you nw not
' V ' pl'l'l'vl'K 5' Sallisl vt .
. V l V WV1- :lu not mnnnfnw-tnrc the- clue-up mlopnrb-
Ig ,Q V nl0nt.slul'1-kimlnl'wlwm-Is.slu-Ixus lllxlllylxew
A Q com-1-rns nml lm: supply lmnsos :nlvn-1-lisv null ss-ll n-4 hluh pr:-mlm-, XV1-vnu furnish them,
' 1- lHlW1'Y1'l'. 111.65 lu S7 strimu-fl: 4-v""l,'I'- ru iwlvmrl4-mnph-rv. Wu mln nut, gnnrnntvu nm- rovonl-
l l 1:n'r:ll lhvm. ISIGI-'lbllli FXIIIDICIHNG xl Iwi:-yn-lv ol' llny nm- clsv, no lnnllvl' who or how
W, , a':N'1ll', wrilv un null lvt. us tvll yr-11 lwnllnllvlx wa' mln ahve you Ull lln' slum- lnnvhlm-.I H
-- 'yarn u whn-1' wv 1-:ululxwistyflltu EARN K llIl'Yl'l.l-I by L s-
nrn- lrilnllivvl'Ulllznlf--1111-4I'm'l1e4nfvw4l:lyS.A We In-ml unc Ixorsull
fll Onvh town for thls lnlrpnsv, UI- llnvo svvvrnl hnlnlra-ml SICUINND HAND U'lll'Il'Il.S Luka-n in trnllo wh vh '
wlll vlu -1- out nt U!!! lo H410 4-nvlnq ulsu :anno slmpwurn sample-s nlul 'till nxmlu-I-4 vcry vlu-np. Send fm' llnrlgnln Illul.
0l'll lIl'ILl.Xllll.l'l'Y l-4 llllqxwstiuln-cl, W1- 1'0l'l-l'luu"vImzzllk4'l'lnlsill1-rwllnnlsm-inl'l1lvng0.ul'nny cxpl'L-HH or
rullmnd umnlrnny. We will suml you ll-ll:-rs ul' v'm-l'1-1'n-:uw :firm-K. fl-lun Iln-Inrgosthnnksln1'lliunp:nil' you wish it.
tmlny. This low prim-1-nlnl those- nm-vlnl h-run 11l'e4hlplllcnB without deposit will
ln- wll.lnlruwn ve-ry Nunn. I"'l2lvl- mum- nl' this paper.
,mslil-flVlEAQs QKQLEEDMPATNY- sqvivsfgi
Drugs. Medicines and .7oiIet flrticlesb
CUT RATES ON EVERYTHING
Bakers Chocolates 'fa Fine Jmported and
and Bon Bans T Domestic Cigars
267 STATE STREET, SCI-IENECTADY, N. Y.
WH T V Ul,'TUIil'IVR T.LYTIlTT7lz,rlrLrc ligflzls his lmir insleml qi' yas.
OCTOIJICR I.:-l'1'e.1-y11urISl11'lI1'y 1'0nfIr'r tl 111101 at vllapvl.
UCTIIIZICR l,'--Iiryuu, spmlrs in .S1'lll'lI4'1'ltlllvlj fl7I1l strrdmll luuly inmllflzulfllj adopts
x Illllfflflll. u-ill: lIn'1nI1Iil:'n11 1qfllll'.Y1rl'.
Q I111DClII1.l + -1' -14
SCHENEC TAD Y, N.
SALES OFPYCE5 :
Nefw York. N. Y.
Syracuse, N, Y,
Buffalo, N, Y.
Nefw Orleans, La.
Sf. Louis, Mo.
W '1' 1130115
San Francisco, Ca'
For all business oufside of flue Uniled' Sfaies and' Canada o4dd'ress
Foreign fDeparlmenf, Sclzeneclady, N, Y., and 44 Broad Sf. Nefw York
For Canada, address Canadian General Elecfric Co., Lfd,, Toronlo, Onf
TOIYIJR lx-I'l'Ql'. .-l.wl11mn'4' 1-wi-ff1'4'.fs llw fullolriugf L'0'lll'llllllll'f'!lt Shall la .s
wwe mulled in on flu: l.'7ll1 of .S'wpf1'11zIu'1'. Yours Iruly, IV. .l. I91-yan."
OCTOBER JD-Dr. Towne: "U'hat sails make 'up H10 cmnposiliou of the human
body ?" Langlois: "Epsomst1Zls.',
H HOTEL VENDOIVIE,
I R31-es 52.00 and 52.50 per day.
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, a wffggtf let-lim-fl :mtl IIl'I'lll'llISIIt'1I.
at H Q- E---Hmmm V . 1 , , . .
iii. ,Eh-iH?"kiE'5I'ErE1'iIHqH,El??5i5ygTa I mlm-1 Asfxx Nl,111.1,gm-nlmli.
' , im ww
fgtgggt tilu Tjgfjfxfwt.-.1 H. A. PECK, Proprietor,
f, ' - A ' Ei MT.
H' fggflg' Sh td NY
'it'-if- " " 'T. N j-j1f'Q".Q. Lf" C CHCC 21 , . .
J. V. VRooMAN's SONS, STAQQSQQLEET
jf full .Cine of Hardware
THE STERLING RANGE ALLOWS THE INSPECTION OF THE OVEN
WITHOUT SPOILING THE BAKING
Eiivifwvvvwvvvwvvv-'i'tvt E E 'E "
JEWELS OF Q 1
Van Carler JEWELRY XY"3L'i'1'F..fG22f2.Ii',''M535
prevailing f.ushInns for
. , , , Opera Hguse. ' . O personal utiornmem.
SCHENECTADY, N. Y.
C. H. Benedict, Sflanager
L to a GEM
, WARES IN STERLING SILVER
'M for the table, toilet, decorative
A M and personal use
I E WATCHES, CLOCKS, CUT GLASS
, I SUPERIOR SILVER PLATED WARE
Presenfmg Standard I
Theatrical Affracfions S 34 South Pam St" Co"
' ' . I ' Beaver St., Albany,N.Y.
, Y WM WW43
OCTOBER :fu-Unzovz Collvye Rupulnlir-un. Club 01-guuizcrl 'wzllt JlIc'N1ll1as president.
OCTOBER ,.'l-lnz'er-Class Illvat, Parsons 1n'wal.'s his record and wins his numerals.
OCTOBIJR ,.',?-III1II'r'7I rccviws I1 I'ix1'I from rr pmlvir'I'-I'r11f'l:vI' mIIII'1'hix!.
OCTOBER :.'--'- lf'I'eslI.1IIIIII livfnllo I'sI'II1II's II'I'llI, .lIfIIInI,iI"s lflll'llI 'IllUll'4'I'.
YY" l 17 " ' ' 'L
New Plates Throughout
25,000 Additional Words
PHRASES AND DEFINITIONS
l'I'0pzll'uIl UINIUI' thu rlircut. supvrvisizm ol'
W. 'I'. IIAIIRIS, I'h.ll., I,l,.lI., llnitcfl Stun-s
COIIIIIIISSIOIICI' ol' l-Iwlllcntiml, assisted by an
lalmrc corps of msuuxpctcntz spcviallists und
Rich Bindings 1:7 2364 Pages
Better Than Ever for Home,
School, and Office.
Also Webster's Collegiate Dictionary
with Scottish Glossary, otu.
M. F. MAY
Munufanculrcr of und
Sine Bmportcb mlb Domestic
Pipes, 'Tobacco and Smokers'
oqrficles of Every
Latest Designs in College and Class
I.. .IISf?Ifr3'F5IIiiIf'XK'IfEnR'TC3"IIvII,IZR. Pnzes-
Spccimell Fig!!!-rl, Ohio, nf lmth Ivnolm lVEBI?'?R.'S 'Y'
as-n onupp II-mum, INTERNATIONAL
G- 0 C- ME-RRIAM C0-. PICTIONNIY 546 BROADWAY. ALBANY, N. Y.
L Springfield, Mass.
IvIAII.ED ON RECEIPT ggggblhx
OF PRICE ff Q3 ii..
"l"'I"" 'ILP' :Iain eq fif' 'Q' NOVEL
3.-..2i'5'- 15 ga H
'W' I.-. 'c . IE- fl'if l .f 'A S APES ,
U' "HI Im fe FSR Plwvlnl-as bvlluolmulf' RENTS
c:.I.oI .ww-.I . :F .ya IQLQQLLE, .xI.I, G'RAlIlCS WITII ANI:
'WF-43' C LA SS X UI IM I-1-1'1'1cN'r'l'I+:Ac:lIIc1cs. SI+:I.1.s
plpE5 Asslwrs Tmcvmfzlcs IN Scuooll
OII'I'.XINlNKI POSITIONS PROPERTY
IN THE ' ' --f 7 ' H
GUARANTEED . I ' IENIISIILIIHEII F,-xI.I.s, Vx., Nov. 21. bo.
I ' I have now cmnpleted my lirst 1crm's work here
M L 4upriI1cIp:xI:nnd supcrlnlemlenl. !Il'lxl :nm exceedingly
enliun"-iAleNI'E'l"' well plunuetl with the position you secured for me.
I"'?I 'L'C"'Y? 'WC M I N HuR.nAN B. Jomss. Qllnlon College, 'wg
pmnllormm Iolmcw 219 WALNUT ST.
:Ind ipcs ' W" 'Wil'-
PHILADELPHIA SEND Fon CIRCULARS
8 Cl lSt.
IMPORTER - MOUNTER Harlan P, French ' A',':,'f,f,y, N, Y,
0UTUlilJlt :.'.'7-Cfnllmfll IIII-l lfwsl lm!! III 1'Uf?l'f1lli0'll. LI'II,I'IIr'd rIftr'I'II'rII'Il.w that
"Best, JI'.," had an attuvlr of colin Ihr' ILITUIII hufore. Cozvfflfs absvIIz-U II'IIc.17Ilai1I1?d.
0!"l'0Ii1JR :li-.-lshyrw-f'1T2'es svvffrul ammnunicrrtions from the Musical .-lssor-iation..
Of,'7'0lilCIf :,'I-Ashy-finally NIIIVIH his slrrrw hut.
V'Z.+...x L? f
f.f.fS'QN- +:+ QII IIC x
.'xn2f'f vfsuwiiisfwer-",'m ALBANY N. Y.
'7Sis1rfn2E.2 . 7-
4 v !F1:'s'1:U fr "fa" . . . .
posltwclg jilrc proof
f"flfelre- Lllxllll Wei rrrqrgffrfzal wh -Q
LTITJV EV .giaigg in x .,- S X: .
pgelifgjalwl g'qdlg,j35u-Hifi: Lmmcman am L.1l1OPCLlIIplL1Il
'J "1f'P4lf1l'I' 43554, YSSTNAETLRASJLZE Zflfi
l.:ldies Rest:l1n':u1t :md Grill Room Special Features.
Orchestra during Dinner hour.
H. J. ROCKWELL cis SON
UW Glen Ofgcli Gnncx M NORT'l..'IE.iRls..il Sm.
N. 0. PROPER dc SON l ag L,
--- TELEPHONE 334 - - -
43 North St.,Sch enec tudy.N.Y.
wilson avisn l Utica, N, K
' MERCHANT '
W TAILOR illliillm.,
237 STATE STREET Liolgatc.
scusfvecnnv. N. v. Lllorncll,
007711210161211-lluyl rclfarns to College, lmuirlg with much regret his Mormon
friends 'in Uluh.
NOVEMBER ,.'-Cowell refeilax in Jimmie for u quarter of 11,71 hour, umljinully
Jimmie hax to stop him.
Q 3z'bor Sriebmcm f
Glorncr Licntcr mlb Eibcrtg Streets
A . 0 ff
A DEALER IN THE
A CHOICEST QUALITTES OF
w W , A' '-jf'
T T BEEF, PORK,
g LAMB AND VEAL ie--
THE LOWEST ,, , W
3: 2 S 04150 a full line of Home fDressea' Poulfry.
wvwvvwuwgvmg AND RESTAURANT TRADE
A Y,o...-- WV, -W TTAT ,we Aw,oi, A
Cor. Center and REMEMBER THE PLACE Telephone Call 9
Liberty Streets N. Y. an-4.59-Z!
NU V ICM HER 4- Damon slmjlles Q1I'lL1T.w 'morfal coil.
NO V ICMBER U-Ooncorrly says : H1111 'wax a good dog."
.X'UI'l'IJllfIa'R .5'f.,UllIlIll'1' lizwlrwll in Sn IIIUIIIHIV' 1lr1'c'L'- "'l lmzv' Qlllf 7IlIll'tl 1'espv1'I
fm' Ihr' pun-er.w lhul UIIIHIUI pr'mlm1'11 lwllvl' mmm- xlurm llmu this.
SCPRING and G
H AND NATTY
fl f 35 Maiden Lane
' 0 S Albany, N. YZ
For Hats, Pups. Trunks. Bugs, Suit
1 Ualsvs. Glow-s. Ulnlwullzms, Uzuws,
W Mzwkinhusllvs. 1-tv., Mc.,
Go to GAFFERS t Cl to
Ana' get Ice Cream t
Fresh Confectionery 7
Finest in the city. S
E berybody likes it. zzz State Street,
Remember the name
Stop at 511 Union St. Schenectady'
llezulquswturs tm' Stetson :md Dunlap
i Hats, :md Denffs Gloves.
WtVUlttCIlIl3Ia'lf 9-Hon. t'lwxlc'1' Holmnnlze sets fm"l1 an inlellwtuul fmsl on "Q7'lu'j
NUVEJIHIGR I0-l'nfo1L1's. Colyrrlrzg 10-U. l'botImll I'e1ma11l .wer-urffd.
NUl'Iu'llIlClf If-I'n,ion, HS : St. Stvvevzs, fl.
CASH OR CREDIT i I
SS, S 5. 0. Hart ey,
Everything in DEALER 'N
Furniture, 1 l S
Crockery and G
I I .
ousefurmshmg oods l
Two large storvs fillwl wiill l V ZW Y ll 777114174-4
everytlling you vmml lnufh 1 601-603 Union St'
Usoful :md Orlmllxmxtul. f SCHENECTADK N: Yi
I I , l
S R JA MES 3 ll
202-24m gmm SHW4. AISO :1 full line OI' f,:l,5JfIlI'S :md 'l'Ob:lccO.
S ' 0 l
przng 'versacks Q 2 R Z I P E
.. IN ..
GRAY UNFINISHED WORSWDS 555, 555,
FULL SILK LINlClll Vmn' SWELL! 11 U
ALso A GREAT VARIETY or l I L'
COCUECRT CTOCP COo4c1'S V HAS CONSTANT'-Y
lj ON HAND ROSES ,
510 TO S25 'NIR AND CARNANONS. -- , ALSO OTHER CUT fm
W 8 C ' FLOWERS IN THEIR 5
11 I SEASON. PRICES 'l
e S Otzjery L VERY REASONABLE
as-4, ass, aaa mv:-:R sr., ' Ml lm L
,15,11,1s FounTH sr., ll 1 1
'S l Wall sf., Next R 0. H
TROY, N. Y. Q H '.
1N'OI?kl'lIl?EYiiYl?1!-,l'at rumtlwnuzlizvs and ff.rm11ln1,1wzir'uleS
Result-Pat and 19U.i scrzqo.
NOVEJIIBICR 911-A J!l0,4jl1lg appears on fha Ro'1u1d1?uiIdi12g1, sr-rulmfollow in 'll'hfl'h
1904. comes out af the big mul of lhe horn..
Dry -1' uno 'I' Stcmzrr-Qf.lcm1i11g -1- Llllb
A1to1'zLtiul1s:1ml Rm-paxil-ing' ax. Spwi:1l1',v.
Spur-ini Ram-s Given IoSTlul1'l1IS.
First'-1-lnss XVm'k fi11'11"ultov1l
1lomlsl':1llc'ml l"u1':1l11l l7K'liX'1'l'l'1l l"l'ov ut' Ch:ll'g.1'0.
JACOB RIN DFLEISCI-1,
18 CENTRAL ARCADE. SCHENECTADY, N. Y.
WORK DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
W. Darro'hv E6 Co. 2
Y 1 Coal
r """ and
Z no SOUTH CIQNTIQR ST.
SCH ENECTADY, N. Y.
'f " V - -
r: 'W Sger
M O A ending
1 CUT ROSES, CARNATIONJ' ETC.,
U CONITANTLY ON HAND .....
M We are the nearest to the
College and will give
X you reasonable
1. WE GROW OUR OWN FLOWERS
N consequently they are fresh
and last longer than
, ezsumon sr.
Floral Sfore, 275 Sfafe Sf.
NOVEMBER 21-Sophomores in order to retaliate have a bonfire. Bolles appliex
NOVEMBER pf:-Tutu Duncan out of thc goodness of his hvart yiiws a iramp a quarter.
NOVEMBER :IJ-Union vs Rutgrfrs : 11-fi.
ANDREW V. V. RAYMOND, D. D., LL. D., PRESIDENT.
UNION COLLEGE SCI-IENECTADY. N. Y.
1. COURSE LEADING TO Tl-IE DEGREE OF A. B.-,The usual Classical Course, llliflllillllg
French and German. After Sophomore year the work is largely elective.
2. COURSE LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF B. S.-The modern languages are substituted
for the ancient, and the amount of lllnthematics and English studies is increased. After the Sopho-
more year a large list of electives is oilored.
3 COURSE LEADING TO THE DEGREE Oh' Pu. B.-This ditlers .from the A. B. course
chietly in the omission of Greek and the substitution therefor uf additional work in modern
languages and science.
4. GENERAL COURSE LEADING TU TIIE DEGREE OF B. E.-This course is intended to
give the basis ot' an engineering education, including the fundamental principles of all special
branches ofthe profession, a knowledge ofhoth French and Uerxnan, and a full course in English.
5. SANITARY COURSE LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF B. E.--This dirlers from Course
4 in substituting special work in Sanitary Engineering for some of the General El.lg1Il801'lllg studies.
6. ELECTRICAL COURSE LEADING TO TI-IE DEGREE OF B. E.-This differs from Course
4 in substituting special work in Electricity and its applications, in place of some of the Gene1'al
Engineering studies. This course is oflered in ce-operation with the Edison General Electric Co.
7. GRADUATE COURSE IN ENGINEERING LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF C. E.-A
course of one year orlered to graduates ot' Courses ll, 5 or 6.
There are also special courses in Analytical Chemistry, Metallurgy and Natural History. For
catalogues or for special information, address,
BLNJAMIN H. RIPTON, Dean of the College, Schenectady, N. Y.
Department of Medicine.
ALBANY MEDICAL COLLEGE.-Term commences last Tuesday in September. Four years
strictly graded course. Instructions by lem-tures, rccitations, laboratory work, clinics and practical
demonstrations and opc. ations. Clinical advantages excellent.
EXPENSES --lllatriculation tee, S55 annual lecture course, S1005 perpetual ticket, S300g
graduation tee, 25253 dissecting ice, 5103 laboratory course, each 310.
For circular, address WILLIS G. TUCKER, l'l. D., Registrar, Albany, N. Y.
Department of Law.
ALBANY LAW SCHOOL.H'I'his department of the university is located at Albany, near the
State Capitol. It occupies a building wholly devoted to its use. 'lhe course leading to the degree
of LL. B. is two years, each year is divided into two semesters.
EXPENSES.-Matrioulation fee. tillllg tution fee, 3100.
For catalogues or other information, address
NEWTON FIERO, Dean, Albany Law School, Albany, N. Y.
Albany College of Pharmacy.
Exercises held in Albany Medical College. Annual lecture term commences Monday, Octobe1'5.
For catalogue and in ormation, address
DE BAUM VAN AKEN, Ph. G., Secretary, 222 Hamilton St.
NO Auf.-7-On, I'Cfl'l'IL1:HfjjilY'Dllt Nedizllrrziilsfzhlcilc Biddy loses his 'suit' case, cons
taining among other things his Iieuritifal pink "1'ajimmies."
NOVI'I1lllfICR :.'fi-l'l1ilrm1.ull1f'm1s rlonule Noun' ry' Hinds and Noble l'dHi071Nf0Hl'8
I JOHN CAFE i Edwin P0ss0m's
IT ClcN'1'1c:u. Amxxm-1
Sclllcxl-:c"1',xm'. N. Y.
I30 Jay St., Schenectady, N. Y.
Re airin Neatl Done
p g Y Opp. Van Curler Opera House
REGAL SHQES WM. J. GLEASON
Eookseuer and Pilper
I tationer in rnllnte
S. E. K 111 Nhulimg, t
Safe Agenf ,:,,'..' Slule Sl.. 1.70 C.'enll'e Sl..
53.50 J. W. BEYER.4.....
-1- Fashionable Hatter
Sf'l1cm'4'lrl1Iy. N. Y.
IIf'ILdf1ll2l.l'fl'l'S for Trunks, Dress
di-1 Suit Cases, Traveling Bags,
3.11ll1xl 56 MAIDIEN LANE G1f'WS' MCH Ml'-
ALHANY, N. Y, 269 State Street, Schenectady, N. Y.
AS .ffllllmhfill zffffIbllljslzulvul hotly tal.-vu. V Itcslzlt-fllvlCinlr'y. !Iff,' liryun., 1
IlI1'.Yflb, 1: fleol'g1ct'll1lr, I.
DIfIfIEJl1?l'IIi .G-Ilr. Willie Uyl.1ll'1ll7l,SlfJ01CS in 1wi11,for Il1,eJimior Eazgineem.
DECICMIHGR 7-,ilir-Ima! Jlorurlnm gives in good rlesrfl'ipli0lt Qf1"5lLl"Z!-
' DEALERS IN
f , ALL KINDS OF FIRSTECLASS
' MEATS AND POULTRY
All Kinds of Canned Goods
' -l'-l' No. 602 Union Street
Telephone No. 38-F SCh6l16Ct8dy, N. Y
-, e,, ,,,, Zi , , ,,,,,,,i.L ,, V
Veeder Bros.fW KEELEIQS
Bffieniifr CQAL Q Q
II4 South Centre St., Schenectady, N. Y. Restaurant
C y MAIDEN LANE, ALBANY, N. Y
CHAS. FUERST A
250 Rooms. Gentlemen 0nly.
LAD'EfQ GEN1-,S Ladies Restaurant Attached.
All Kinds ofvl-Repairing Nently Done. 1 H. Keeler, pl'0p.
106 Jay St., Opposite City Hospital A Annex, 507-509 Broadway.
iJ1CCIQMliI'Ilt S-A'Hoope1"' Adams fl!'l'Iil'1'l'S ll lenylliy lr'r'luwre before the 1'l1,il0'rnatILeans
DJCClCMI?MIf 9-JIHLIIUI' 1C1Lgirzr'e1's set up Dr. lV1'll'ie 1fl'illiums.
DEC'lC.ll'BlClQ I0--lYLLlL llqIl'llL!'l' luklfs I
by a new convert, Slack.
mis llfllllflllll lf-ip In Ifl'r'lL'fl'P!'4lll. lll'l'OlIl.jVllll'L'1l
Music Furnished for all occasions.
Weddings a Specialty.
ALBANY, N. Y.
Tele. No. 792-D 73 State Street.
NVlmIcs.'llc :und Retail
Coal and Wood
Lime, Plaster, Come-nl, H:1i1',
Flour, Fa-cd, flmin, Slmw,
Bzllcd Huy :mil FL-1'lilixm's.
306, 308 and 310 Union St.
209 and 210 Dock St.
Cotrell 6: Leonard
472-4-6-8 Broadway, Albany, N.Y.
' -3 S'-
.. ,..-,Q ' N,
f . 1, JG, 'IF
Mlle.4.lr-' 1 ' ..
CAPS, AND GOWNS, CLASS 5'lA'l'S.
CAPS, CANES, SUIT CASES,
SILK HATS, ETC.
BULLETIN UPON REQUEST
TO LOVERS OF
0. nn ell
fi WW: I you :ull zllwnt Cutlery.
I J NVO lumw ll from HUGH
K- S'I'lElEl. lu thu U' E." : ' .'Hl2lJ
AR'l'lCl.lES. NVL- :ure lEXl'lER'l'S
X :md M,-XNl'lfAC'l'l'Rl2RS. Our
x prim.-S :arc not :us high :ls smnu
I ill-:llors1xx'Im sell :un N55 IOR
J ' X I I 1.
X Puck- K :nz rs,
l Sl -: ',',: il
Cn' "1 fxlml T: - ' 1-.,
Ll lllX N R U
lL llx Ill Llsxrllx
IX I lg, llllk Kmx Q
Bun urs Kl1lxu1mlSluls
Q o o ,
Manufacfurer of Fine Cuflergl.
SCHENECTADY, N. Y. No. 40 South Pearl St., ALBANY, N. Y.
.1JIfC'l'fIlIlih'lx' ll--.lolLmL1'z' Ifl'll7Il3H lo l"rf'.wl1l11rl11 f'rm1Nrfle-" l'0'll llll'L7l"llt 117l!l7ll0l'U
7'l?N!Il'f',fUI' yourpm'ugr1rpll.v HLLIII. you lIflI'1'-frfll' a Sf. Slvplwlls fool bull player."
lIlfIUIfI,lIl2ldlt IJ-SxzplrrnnoresIfmfl mol llmt tluw-1: is lo be ll l"l't'SllfllLl1lL fJ,fl7LlllL0t and
Ilia! il is lu Im lwlfl in .-lllrrrny rl! lx'1'4'll'l"s.
. G 8 CO' Special Prices to Students
ALL KINDS OF
DEALERS IN ETEAS, COFFEES4 VEGELAEQZON
C ONFE C TIONER Y
MIND CHOICE 'BRANDS
STgggE,,ggVf5f1' SCHENECTADY, N. Y.
II SOUTH FERRY STREET
if cy 8 SGIIQQQQQ
IHC! 'lC.lllilu'lx' l,i-lf'r1'slfumn lfuzlqnwl wmrws QULIII l'IrIi.wa11 und 'is cc s'1mc'0.ws. l90,i,p1'e.s1mt
cwcqfl lfrfrml wut "Bill Nye," zrlw. 'uvlh cr fvu-Sopl1,omo1'm lmlda banquet nearAll1a11.y.
DECEJIBEN I5-S01I,IfO777,0l'l'SJIIHI mr! llnll tim l"r.fsh1mrn Immpmf wax held at
the lfldison, and Hml IVaI.wnn 14-as formfnf.fmIw'.
Establislqcb 1848 Glilllldl dlupucitg. 450
lexe I Neva I
foconwtive orlis 1
LOCOMOTIVES OF STANDARD DESIGNS
FOR ALL CLASSES OF SERVICE, OR
FROM DESIGNS FURNISHED
BY RAILROAD COMPANIES
NVM. IJ. QICIQIAS, Pros. 211111 T11-als. A. P. S'l'NONfi, Sm",v.
A. IT. ,l,'.lfl'.KlN, Vin-C-l'1'us.:1ml Ul'll'l Mgr. -X. M. WHITE, Sllpt.
J. '16, SAKEITE, Mur'll:111ir'z1l Ell,LL'ill1'l'I'.
DECEJIEER If-l'vI'U!lllI.l' mul Bwrlrm have zz. Iiltlc dlzflivuity, rvsull :gf Il'IlIf'IL BPHIOII
strides clravnaticfllly out of the room.
lJlJ!7E.'lllfl','lt .12-.,lrl1m1s tal-rs tl 1-mms-f-mn.lry.
IIE! 'lu'.lll?l'flC .if-Iizfsl in1pP1'sorml1's Sfrulu Vlrrlls.
DR. O. J. GROSS, ENGLEIVIAN 85
3QlIfISf ,l,, ,1
OFFICE HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 4 l'. M.
Q PICTURE GLASS
1545 ,my Sl ,-..,.1. 212 SOUTH CIENTRIE ST..
. SCHENECTAIJY. N. Y.
Sf YI I EN I'ICJ'l',X I 7Y. N . Y. C' nmnni'1liun by Tuluphlmc.
1 l I -' Boat N
Jute: mm Af 15 Ll...f
'want anyflf ing from
' CD Sf
a rug ore, you
The largest and best 1 'hfafif me be-ff--iff-'x-.
equipped rn flze sfafe, B TRUGS. CIGARS, CPIPES'
Ercellenf dancmg hall ' ,
. SODA WATER, LOWNEYSCANDIES
fwlncb can be renfea' 3
for cpffqfafe cPafffP5 ' Prescripfion filling is
Oflblf in C0'meCff0n Our Specialgv, -yffs
fwith the hozxsexxb'-. 4
Q C. F. REYNOLDS, Ph. O.
29 front Street, PHARMACIST
SCIYCIICCTGDU, IT. l Cnr. s...w.m.1 R. R. SClIlENIECI'AlJY, N.Y
J.-lNl'.l lx' Y .7-l"rvslm1,f1v1, illurphy mrllnfs clmpwl.
J.-lNU.llf Y .7-Sll'lc'x11n1l Slum' appear in slzirls,
J. I .YI HI R Y ,x'-Nr'ComI1x, f7'I'ILl7Slll,i'Il!fb "and .Hvvtor flu' son of t4l?lIfiUl'N-N lifhitey.
CI'ltfUI'I'IljJl1:'l1f1D U1ll'I'f0I' Nw son Qfu luzboon-."
ff-flew: . 1' 'I KY my ' ,Mfr 5
5... ..-' -,?' ,..., xi.
" ' 5 "" X-
ff Q x 4+ , ,cf ,A X
t -, , , -1 3 K
47 Q EF f S yvezw-Emi.
if , IQ! sul in inn I
t CHAS. BROWN,
The Largest and best aqppointed Hotel in the City.
Clcx'1'lc,xl.l.v I.m',vrmm Hr'aflqua1'fm'.wfor Cmmlwrf-i.1l 7'1'u1-I Iam
Ovv. Nlcw Yom: Ul'IN'I'1!.AI1 DlCl'1YT. and L. A. W. Men.
F35 , , ,
QQ- EfiM9f1ff3vf1ff1 Waygfw
A treat ygg 'tvell
E. aw. ROGERS,
M 214 Clinton St.
.l.l.Yl7Al8Y ll-Vun, ll'urnLel' chases ll pussy 1-utfor an hour and u hulj through,
I'nion, .-11'z'l11z1c and llfyh Shwet.
JANUARY JU-"Port" and Freddie have a little discussion in Sociology.
JANUARY 16-Snow Ball Scrap. Bill Nye, as usual. appears mfgligue at fic:-ollvfw.
' G 1
0411 the Latest Styles and CPatterns
T Imported fDirect from London.
T THE STUDENTS
CALL AND SEE ME.
- 2fL3.,.CENI.RA T- A RQALDLE ----
Walter E. Talbot SVQIQS Q CO.,
fPhotograpl9er T '
Keep the finest, nicest and freshest
candies in the market. Also
we keep the choicest
fruits of the season.
Photographs for the Classes
of '98 and '99.
7J710f09'aPhS 51' an ffqfffsf CHOCOLATES, - sf. Mcfwzas, cherry,
Bon-Bon, Pineapple, Caramel.
5 05 State Street, 5 V
Roasted Almonds and Walnuts, Filberts and
Schenectady, N Yi comms.
.IANUAR Y 1.S'-.luuior Hop.
JANUARY 19-Tlzebo attends a Garnet Board meeting held in Y. M. C. A. rooms
.l.-lNl7,'1l?Y ..'l-lll'l:1I' llux llle "lI'I'!ff1ll'NU 'ill f,lljjSl'l'S.
.l.-l.Yl'.'l RY .'-I-,'vl'f'Nll'IlHHl llrf'r'n l'xg11'f'1'1L lo 'Sl'l'l'lI, lhiuyx' Ili niylil.
QOOD education .slzoulafbe yoqgvclgief
ana' Old Union is the place fo get if.
BARNEY as Coxs, 217-223 sfafe 5225
the place to buy your Collars, Cl1ff.S5i:gUSL76U-
ders, Oufing and White Shirts, ancLirLfag
anything in fhe line of Gentsi FnQnighing5i
. Ji .Barney 8 Co.
You u'illji'n1l Ilia In-sf QI'
l jf. Jtoodley, Prop.
a'1'f':'ylln'11g1 in Hn' liruy A FRESH SUPPLY
Line IIS lwll us llrlir -
lfl'llxlu2.w, Toolh, lil'lINlIt'H,
,Yuil Ih'llxlu'x, 1'l1'. lllly-
ll'l"S lion-l'm1s mul f'h0r'o-
Iuhfs, 'l'h,1f ibm' Cig1rr1's. ALWAYS ON HAND
.Lyon's Drug Jtore.
tJmc,t3lcx'rlc1-: .xxn '
ST-V""1 5""f"T"T"'H- Corner Union and Fonda Sfreels,
JCh8neCfady, N. Sclzeneclady, N. Y.
-K ,IANI '.-ll? Y ,.'.s'-.llurolbw foinvllfzelilgzllz ll 'llllilrlrlfllt'iiYl'UHtll'll.lJ'll.
l"I'Il9lil'.lHY .'7- Ix'rm'.w1' falls Ilrgflilf llml Jl'7ll'lll,'I'l' is tl j'v1'or'1o'1m bvusl.
,IVIJIKRIC-IIH' S-IINIftfl'f1l'llIlll!lf1' smolwl' in Albany al su 1 - 'n r'r'r'lufnj'11'sl1nuu
Gilt Edge Markef
735 STATE STREET
A BEST 1VIEATS IN THE CITY!
l MODERATE PRICES.
ALSO A FULL FINE OF CANNED
x FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
--.Q CR 'BEHAN2
em Telephone 105-A Proprietor,
l"ldl3ICl'.-IIN' 1.6,-Suirme in, Ifuunfl lflllllllhlfj.
IVICIJNIVAIH' Ili-COll'1'1l Wrulillgj in Jl'Ill7lLl:1', " Ulf, Swoliu, my rlmr, my 1ml'i:'e land
JIHYIIH' IN .'llv.X':fIn-lummz, as l'nion'x I'1'IPI'1'S1'llf1Itil'0 in life N, Y. S. l. U. L. Ulf'
Eli! 'Al It Y ffl,..-IIIIVNIJILN 1ll'ffl.llN fo lain' 11111101.1111ll'NNO7lS,
gn -V Q ' Q N "",, " .T ,f',Q L?-IL
5 : 2
'7 I "f
f , -2
1 -Ah :Q ,J f
Z 4 a f f wi 1"'li :g f 3'
1, your .,'. A Foss' BON Bows and
Cigars and iobacco
LJ Horstmann's n
129 Wall Sfreef,
Opposife Post Office, Scfleneffady, N. Yi
' s'liL.- I ' .' -- ' rf' .' "qs w f ', 'nn as elle and l'f'c.1'y ra'mn1'r.- '
l"IIl ' Ill H lu nm 1111 ll lull fu: llll I I ls IH
vlzupll llml " uln'fri1::nI l'llI'SUllN IllllSf fl.lll'4' lwun out lah: las! n1'gflr1."
lf'lCl?Rl7.-lI1'Y ..'l-T110 ' Hvad nf ilu' Latin llepamrlmcnt at Union ' ll?I'fll1'l'S inAll1rLn,y
rm the " Remuinx Qf' .-lm-i1'11.! RlJIlllf.,'
Noffzing buf the besf of efverjafhing in
PRECIOUS STON ES.
253 State Street,
Sclgencctubg, 21. gl.
AIbany's Best Orchestra
A. R. Zifafs Orchestra
Cmnposod of the finvxta in-
St1l'llllll'Ilf2L1iSfH in the city.
ltlvm-ry 1H!l'f'lH'lll0l' :L Suluiwt.
Music flll'lliSlIU4l for ull
0C02lSiUllS wlwrc thu very
host is required: for Umm-
uurts. Bulls XVl'dlHlltLfH,
Tllezmtrm-s, il,ff1K'l'll00ll T1-ns,
All C01lll1lllIlil'2I,ffiU1lS will l't"1't'iV0'lbl'OlIlptJ
Addrvss, A. R. ZITA, Al.li.xNY, N. Y.
" I 4'I"' Wwllu' thc wrcttiusl cvur
N.B.-lhc ANI: . .-s. I
writlun. Al :ull music slums.
uatgle Sc Son,
No. pearl St., Glbang, IT. 11.
1"ld1fHff.'lRY ,.',.'-Allison-Foote llclmhf. nlilL1Ci'IL talres the valve.
lfYJl3RU.'lliY :Lf-Slzaw, Tlmbo and ffl-onlrlaile all 'went down. lo Anwlcrflam.
1"lu'BRU.el IH' 3,7-Slnuv, Tlufho ami Cl'0IlIn?lIl'fl'-" I 'w1'sl1. ire were in .-ln1,slw1'1lrmL.
There'.9 Econoqnyiv Buying Good Cloffzfng-.f
IIUE only sell clothing mutle by the lvest l1i1ll1lli'1lCi.lIi'CI'S.
Full dress suits. The Izirgest line ot furnishing
goods. 'l'I1ccelelwr:rted M:ml1:ntt:m fzrncy xx'l1ite:1ntl full dress
shirts. All students entitled to zu IO per cent. discount.
GIVE US A CALL. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER.
CI-IAS. HOLTZMA NN,
259 STATE STREET. SCI-IENECTADY. N. Y.
uwivi. DQBERMAN1: i ...w1vi. SAUTER...
DOBERMANS ICE CREAM
AND ICES ARE
,xBsoLU'1'ELY PURE 405 STATE ST'
235 Stem- Sf.l'1'4'i'r, Sc:lllcNlcc'l'.xm', N. Y. HotelVc11dou1eBldg,Salim-11em-tudy,N.Y.
...Cnr-ts. GATES.. II WOQD 131205.
IUH XV:1ll Sti'ecf,:1iul
N. Y. U. Ibupot, M:mh:utt:m :md Monarch Dress :md
Mzndms Shirts. Neckwear, Underweaur,
, -. lioslcry :mtl Hants, latest stylus.
Tcliiiilloilli I-z"NL Home Steam Laundry.
Baggage and General Trucking . seas sim-Q so-Cen, SCHl'1NEU'l'AlJY, N. Y.
1f'lCl?ltU.-l RY :25-.lolrmrie lfernzvli to Sopluounnvf Jlrzriioy ills ll budplrm fu
'work boih ends of Ihat book af the same H'llLf'.',
N.-IRCII .Q-1IM1'na1'fo:-gifts to give un xltllfllffiff lirmril i-vporl at f-ollvyu meeting.
U S E
GBOVUG W. Wll60X
POPULAR PRICES FUR
HIGH GRADE WORK
Fino Custom Tailoring
8 JAMES ST., HOME BANK BUILDING,
ALBANY, N. Y.
E. W. BRO WN
gb CLAMS qg
' 169 Ci.ix'i'oN ST.. Ti4:i.mifiioN1c 62-A
SCHENECTADY, N. Y.
413 STATIE STREET,
SCl-IENECTAIJY, N. Y.
0li1gi'eo.is lwolgzoigiojVY'l'1flcl1.r1.1'zl liuls on a gym, xiii! rmrl yous out irrnlgzlfoic
Ill.flR0'II N-ROIu'1'l I?1'l'fi!l1's 1l'l'fllI'l'N 017 llw " .lllllll ll'I.'lI II11' lf11nL'."
M.-1 HHH ll-1110! 170111111011 f'l11l1 u1'g1111112wl 1111 lflfwlf, lI'l',iI I11'111s1f1f'11s lim N0lI"llII'llIlN'l'.
We do noi bait-
1 Willl Cllwlllrvs fn' llw llmislcmlilug sw-cnllul klismlxnls.
1 Um- prim- lu :ull :md 111:11 ilu' lmu-sl.
N F '
I Jhe .Vchenectady Clothmg Company
' 'l'I1c lcznding :md unlx' Ulla'-I1l'iCU mush Clfalllicrs.
Hzntu-rs :ami fh-nts' l:lll'l1iQlIL'I'S.
HL'!lnIsllI1ll'lL'I'S flil' ll'llIllii 'md 'I.I'ZIYL'lil1Q Hugs.
jglflkllll llwfwl l9111'l1!1'1111. .115 Sfllfl' Sl,-11111,
Nf7lllJNl4fY7'1ll1Y. IV. Y.
Gill thc News for 5 ' .
. q ......
dll tlyc Psoplc 'Ev DLItI?LI11 ag 'W
LTII the Glimc.
abc 1 Mfg
fpgnfnq gjfdfe ftables.
Stal, :QQI-3213 Hfmtfu 1211111-1'Hi..
SlT!l1QNI'lt"l'.-XIDY, N. Y.
an lfinbs of ,
5 V I 0 Plmllc 146 'Q
.sob prxntmg at 'rv
Right prices 117111. ljutlymvugz, -p1'OPl'i0fOI'.
M.-lI1'l'lI 1U-L'l'l'lIL 11'lll'IlS H1111 hr' 1'x11'le1'111'y 1-rl1'ln1' 111' llu' Hr11'111'l.
JIIA RCII l..'-ldalrly l1r1'11g1.w his lII'7lIIl'I' Io vluxs Il'l'Hl flllll.
ill.-Ilfffll IJ-S1'uim'sfollow l','1I1l,lf.w v.:'rlmplr'.
.IIA liflll ,'U-Ilrlillillf, lIlI'llll'llI,UVIN"f vlvvlwljfluilul' rgf ilu' Slml.'1fspr411r'e Club.
y Purity in
We have everything -
that can he found in za Coin poundlng
first class Pharmacy ' 4.
wls WANT wmv TRAIIIE AND WILL AIM
T0 KEEP Il' BY GIVING YOU HONIESTVAIJIIE.
H. A. KERSTE, Ph. G.
402 UNION STREET, SCHENECTADY, N. Y.
. I I I I I'IIw
CHAS. LIMMEIQ...-can Janafhan 'Ley' 8 eo.,
-2- loris-It '42 I 4,
IAJL'CflI'flIIIIj.f for Wctltlings :mtl Pzurlius 4
5 Et'iS':::T.T5f,f:?LfT!i:'i"'W' wholesale
N' I' qrocers.
MERCHANT TAILCDR. cM?4CC7'Gfai7 ftftd P'0"'iSi0'15
Perfect Fit Guaranteed 219-222 STATE ST.,
155 J:lyS1., Lcvinc Blncli,
Scltwcctzntiy, N. Y. SCHENECTADY, N, Y,
ZIIIAICUH ,.'7-Slful.'wxpw1ra 1,'lnl11uf'r'lx. Noll is taitcn, ami iIllI'Il1n'I'lL and 13tl,lLlUI'Ufl'f5
fozmrl 'o conslimtf' Hu: v1wv!in,gf.
Ill.-l Rl 'H ,.'.S'-Uppy giww -IIITITUVS II shorlu llvllivll fxfullrm-ml by fl bolt.
ONE OF THE LEADING HOTELS OF THE STATE !
f'liL,4Ie11v Kenmore m't'Q2i..
STRICTLY EUROPEAN PLAN.
CUISINE AND SERVICE UNEXCELLED
'Isl-1-m'1cNl':1m l'Nl1lClI NNW xl.xN.x+:m1lcN'1',,xxn .Xl+"l'l'IH AX ICN-
lflCNDl'l'lIlll'1 mf' :sllllww IN lllfl--AlijllllllllNH, 1:1117
. M25 'S I li N' I AB CN 'L 13 Ev"'l!iNEl 'HEL
fProgram Concerts in the Restaurant aqfternoon ani Evening.
. llwl' :mrl I-nlwl XY2lIllll'l1l 1'X't'l',Y l'H4JllI.
Swx'f'l1ly"-llx'I' IWNJIIIN will: Imllm. Nllllll'l'0llS SIIUNVUI' lllllllS.
NEAR DE.5lQEjll?EgA7'S ROBERT T MURPHK Proprietor.
Pianos CLUETTSC SONS
You crm szlvc lll0lICy Illlkl sccurc thu host PIIIIIOS1ll0Lll'St4ll'L'. The fact
Llmt we lmvc sight stwus, buy in lnrgu qllnntilius fm' spot cash plncus
us in :1 pusllilm tu ol'l'v1' yuu lwllur imluccmcnts on :1 pixuw in thc wzly nl'
pricc :xml terms than cfm lw lmtl clsuwlmurc, Wu 1ll'tf sole :lgcnts for llmc
MANDOLJNS, BANJOS AND GUITARS
Posilivcly thc lm-sl lIIIlklL'. cvcry llISll'LllllClII fully wanrrzmiud--At our
stun- ywu will tlml :ull llmc l.A'l'liST MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS.
CLUETT CSC SONS
408 STATE STREET 49 STATE STREET
SCH EN ECTADY ALBANY
MAICCII :Jil-Gro. l'lrl!c loses his rvpululimf. lf'm'ls lo laura Nm'c'll's clwirs in plume
by S o'cloz-lr.
APIHI, I-I' ' fshmun Slm'r'ill'.w Irirtllday.
,iriiged The Gazelle
Easily leads all the
Newspapers and job
menfs in Schenectady
CLEANING and REPAIRINO Gystvrs :md
6. Clams .... X1
H6 SOUTH CENTRE ST., Ig
SCHENECTADY, N. Y.
Clmgjlivc rn CUIIPUITTTILVSZTJTTTI-TZTTIII are mluen out lzctlrcan ll t
by ' lliedriclzf
A Plflf. .I-Unzvell lvmvis that lie 'is MW' in l',I,UjK'I.fUl' winter fvrni.
A PHIL .7-The uavnpus Izlossoms with .Iohmiia I'1u'lir1fr's prologws.
U I FFFIEII I Ill
H!!! lll!llllll ll!
Half-Tones 'I' 'I' 'Z' 'Z-
Tne illustrations for this
book were made by the
Special attention given to
,cs College Work
APRIL 7-ldasrvr, lh'lln-iilge mfs in rluztn. vgqs over il'I1,icli,ff:r.zt he cuclrles
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