University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)

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N 'Nw ' Avi 1+-ff 2 'f ' 1 ffw-r whirl Qu 'af a",v.1v5g' ' H, . 2' -.' e rs J fs 1. af .5143 N .ex , f ' Q94 Y , K a 'm r, L 1 . , V 1 1 1 I , THE MELANGE BOARD. EDITH E. BOLDREY. MARY S. CAMPBELL. JOEL L. DAVIS RICHARD N. HARGITT. PRESTON S. HYDE. CRATES S. JOHNSON. LEORA L. LOYD. HORTENSE MARTIN. IRENE MARTIN. LOUIS ROSS. EDNA E. SHOOK. OFFICERS. PRESTON S. HYDE, MARY S. CAMPBELL, PRESIDENT. SECRETARY. CRATES S. JOHNSON, BUSINESS MANAGER. ARTISTS. ALEX. O. LEVY. LOREE E. VAN OSDOL. 11 Dedicatory Ode. What do you ash of ine? Comrades in memory, This sad, sweet task of me? Solace and resource be I Write a poem! In this re-uniong Sure 'tis an ample theme, Come ye from far and near, Could I but voice the theme, Bringing your Charm and cheer Could I but woo the dream Voices and faces dear- Iutg 3 P09111 This is communion. Ye, who these places held Back in the year of eld, Join in my greeting- Classes remote and late, Help me congratulate This brave, young Ninety-eight Now with us meeting. For the old time and the new time hath each one its angel The one singing ever the old time refrain, While the other lis-ps on. a lute-tongued evangel, With a prophesy woven in the weft of the strain. While memory, the pensive broiwed maiden. throws kisses The old-time still has for us, holding us dear, Sweet hope glows all radiant with promise of blissels, Of joy without measure, and never a tear. Some, having their wills, won the trophies they fought for, Success on their pennons perched, long, long agog And others won, struggling, the treasures they sought for, And there be those who quaffed from the beaker of woe. And all, I doubt not, at one time have tasted The bitterest lees of grief and despairg' And some. peradventure, their talents have wasted, And faltered and fallen, sin seeming so fair. 12 But how devious soever the maze We are treading, Whate'er the tale told of the past or the now, YVhatever of clouds or of ten1pestswe're dreading, Each to the same harbor is holding his prow. And there is a book that the angels are keeping, With the names of our missing ones chronicled thereg And we wistfully wonder while softly We're Weeping, WVhat heavenly guises and graces they Wear. But a song haunts my heart, and ltarry to listen, 'Tis as- fresh as the violets the breeze stoops to kiss, VVith their blue lips uplifted where dew-jewels glisten And its melody ripples on something like this: Even now faint breaths of musk H' ' ' th ll d , ', :ings O el Q 0 C en ayb Come to me inthe dusk, R .d ll bl ll dg , Ose ar got ence lfV1nd-Waftecl kisses, W'e th ,. f tt 1 . . . re ey aq Swee O me Stlnging with subtle pain, Back in the "used-to-be" , , , Rousing regrets in vain, As now they see-in to nie? . . . Bringing to me again N h h- " d cl? . . . OW t at t ey Ie en 6 Fugitive blisses. Sometimes through wreaths of mist, Back in the dlistancp, dim Pearl, pink and amethyst, Neal. the horizons rim Gllmmefs 21 VISHOHS sea-Q1-adied islands All in the dusky glade , Sleep 'neath the turquoise sky, There I a maiden strayed Lotus-lulled, dreaming, lie, Dreaming the dreams that made Nvhere the Waves, lullabv Life Seem Elysian' Hushed them to silence. Dear unforgotten days, Draped with sheeny haze, Rose and gold blendedg Halcyon days to ine, Beautiful "used-to-be," Dear are they now to me, Now that they're ended. ROSALINE E. JONES, '68. 13 ESTO QUOD ESSE VIDERIS. COLORS: WHITE AND ROYAL PURPLE YELL. Ch' Bim! Ch' Boom! Ch' Bim! Boom! La! Moores Hill! Moores Hill! Rah ! Rah !! Rah ll! Or, Alle-ka-zook ! Ko-ax ! Ko-ax l Terre-o-rex ! O-rex ! O-rex l Hulla-ha-loo l Hulla-ha-la ! Moores Hill! Moores Hill! Rah! Rah !! Rah !!! 14 1856 1863 1864 1870 1872 1876 1870 1880 1882 1887 ISQO 1897 D EASEI Moores Hill College. FOUNDED 1856. PRESIDENTS. IREV. S. R. ADAMS - O. PIERCE, P1'1'111'1jv.zl REV. THOMAS HARRISON REV. J. H. MARTIN - REV. P. A. HESTER REV. J. P. D. JOHN - REV REV . J. H. DODDRIDOE . J. P. D. JOHN - REV. L. O. ADKINSON XREV REV REV . O. P. JENKINS - . J. H. MARTIN . C. W. LEWIS I 1862 ISO4 1870 1872 1876 1379 1880 1882 1887 ISQO 1897 REV. J. W. DASHIELL, . . J. F. SPENCER, Nl. D. - - REV. E. A. CAMPBELL, .D. ALno1J - Moores Hill - Moo1'es Hill - Board of Trustees. 13 0 D D D. H. HUNTER, Nl. . - C. C. STEVENS ---- REV. D. A. ROBERTSON - - E. D. MOORE ----- REV. J. H. KETCHAM, D. D. THOMAS MQKAV ---- 5 THON. J. K. THOMPSON - H. D. MOORE ---- REV. R. ROBERTS, D. D. REV. E. L. DOLPH, D. D. - CHARLES VV. GORSUCH - J. W. FRENCH ---- B. F. ADAMS, Sr. - - BISHOP J. Nl. WALDEN - - REV. J. H. MARTIN, D. D. - REV. FRANK S. TINCHER, D.D. REV. H. C. CLIPPINGER, A. M. HON. W. T. FRIEDLEY - - GEORGE VV. WOOD - - HON. CHARLES F. JONES REV. E. H. WOOD, D. D. - REV. JOSEPH COTTON, D. D. REV. J. A. SARGENT, D. D. J. M. MCCOY ---- JCDECEASF FE RUARY 5 1808 l'DECEASFD MARCH I3 1898 l,LlVVl'6lJCClWLll'QQ Aurora - - - Southport - - l.L1VVl't'lJCt3l'5Lll'Q Mount Vernon Brooksburg - Lzrvvrenceburg Moores Hill - - lndianupolis College Corner, O. - lndiunzipolis Moores Hill - Bloomington Cincinnati, O. 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THOMPSON, P1'vs1'a'v11z'. REV. R. ROBERTS, V1'f'vP1'uszlz'v11f H. D. MOORE, T1'ms1rl'v1'. C. C. STEVENS, Svm'i.11j1'. PROF. C. VV. LEWIS, ,4ss1'sI.z11lSm'vfmj1'. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. REV. JOS. COTTON. REV. J. H. MARTIN. H. D. MOORE. REV. E. A. CAMPBELL. DR. J. F. SPENCER. J. W. FRENCH REV. JOHN MACHLAN. RROF. C. W. LEWIS. CONFERENCE VISITORS. REV. C. E. ASBURY. REV R. H. MOORE. REV. CIEO. COCHRAN, Ph. D. REV. H. C. CLIPPINGER. REV. M. B. HYDE, D. D. REV CHARLES TINSLEY. REV. J. R. T. LATHROP. REV. J. M. BAXTER. REV. C. C. EDWARDS, D. D. REV JOHN MACHLAN. REV. F. M. WESTHAFER. REV A. R. BEACH. REV. J. H. FORD, D. D. REV. GEO. MURPHY. REV. J. L. FUNKHAUSER. CEDECEASED 21 Dr. W. D. H. Hunter. HEN the Trustees meet in annual session in June next, no face will be more sadly missed than the familiar face of Dr. W. D. H. Hunter. For many years he has been a leading member of the board, and has always taken a deep interest in its deliberations. He was a modest, sensible man, and never talked except when he had something to say. Calm and deliberate in forming his conclusions, he weighed carefully every question at issue. When his mind was made up, he stood Hrmly by his convictions of right. Dr. Hunter was a man, too, of great wisdom and sound judgment. He was found, therefore, on the right side of almost every question under debate. There are few men who have a keener sense of justice than had he, and few, indeed, more earnest, faithful, and conscientious in the discharge of ofncial duties. These noble qualities of mind and heart made him a conspicuous and influential factor in all the deliberations of the board. No one could have fully appreciated the worth of Dr. Hunter that did not know him intimately. For twenty-five yearshe has been my friend and counselor. Through all these years, he has commanded my respect and confidence by a friendship as pure and unseliish as ever dwelt in human heart. He was a man of broad culture and of fine literary tastes. He was a great lover of books, but read only the best. Above all the Doctor was a 1'elzgz'0115 man. His faith in Christ as the Savior of men was simple, intelligent, abiding. His every-day life was a beautiful exemplincation of the Christian religion as taught by the Master. In all the relations of life, indeed, whether in the social circle, in the whirl and bustle of business life or in the quietude of home, surrounded by those nearest and dearest to his heart, Dr. Hunter was always and everywhere the same kind, courteous, Christian gentleman. g u J. H. MARTIN. 22 9 r"' ' Q.. ,' v P " 'ww ,A-' 1 X v 5-" , ' fa-V E.. J, V . Jr, . . 1 . V I "Y . X. . Q ' v fr.. I 'Wo K ' .V V -1 . V F , Q '- til ' -.1 '.,. n x! .M l' .' fm' 1 , 'n ov ,U 4 I, "' v. ' . . . Y, - xl ml W ,.. , . . wp Lf yn -5- ,V K. 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'-f- 1 xy-1-,Q .- - .Q :S 'ff w . .v Cfw,,Q'.!','.i,.'rf- V, aa. .LM fggg 1 H rm,-gr... ,Y is I H ,..,..' L H, Q I , - w , - - , ,, ,fu df, I' 4,54 ,Av 1. . N, 1, I ,WJ -L wk wi. nf1..- 5 7a..f4i ,H -. ' ,, 'Q f, 3, k-:?rg,,L6Y,1q,..I',:-,Q .M 'Nh 1. ,-,Z--C ' ,A A I X K 1 , . ,f , ,gy-,f ,-,.f,:,', V V I + 3. - . 1 f Q.-2, - ,.',. ,W-K A K- 4' 5 x4, 4-45 1 lu., vii, 4 0.431 -lff4 , , ! 'M , L 'we X, Qi,-','v'f -w ,W v 1 I r I vihfq ,-gil, F"' x ' u ' A' .'K.'v'f.1f"'fH:r'fi V F L f 4' 5 " J :W - , -f 1 5 -. J' A-5 , Q 54:t'1f"2"N9' 'K-541511, 1 -RESP E by 5:4 Q14 ,,,,,4,x,f wiv , w wr. . - J 1 1. f X ,S A - 1 "L ' D , A'- Q-rifwgh sdgfkf- . i Zfgf .155 I .A 3.,.. W W3 L l :.,e mx, -wmfwwi 'iiifslili ' . gf ,14-.' - ,. ,ma 3'.c,, w Ia-5" 09 , 14, '..,g. 9 judge John K. Thompson. HE history of Judge John K. Thompson was intimately associated with that of Nloores Hill College, as he held some official connection with the institution almost from the time it was first established. For more than a third of a century he was an active and influential member of the Board of Trusteesg and at the time of his death, Nlarch 13, 1898, he was the president of the board. In his death, therefore, the college has sustained a great loss, and the cause of Christian education, an able and earnest advocate. Mr. Thompson was one of God's noblemen -a man of keen intellect, a warm heart, and a good soul. Modest and gentle as a woman, he was nevertheless a man of strong convictions and of unflinching integrity, and his great heart went out in loving sympathy with everything that is pure and good. While never making, so far as l know, a public profession of Christianity, he was a firm believer in the Christian religion, and was a warm and liberal supporter of the church. He had an intelligent faith in God as the supreme ruler of the universe, and what is infinitely better than an empty profession, he had lived and exemplified the principles of the Christian religion in his every-day life. As a judge of law Mr. Thompson had few superiors in southern Indiana. ln his chosen profession, he was recognized as the soul of honor by his associates at the bar. We loved him for his virtues-for his noble qualities of mind and heart, and while stunned by the blow which has fallen so suddenly upon us, we find comfort in the thought that the Lord Omnipotent reignethg and that, though the workmen may fall, Cod will take care of his own cause. J. H. MARTIN. 25 Hurrah for Moores Hill! E sing of Mooles Hill. A college good and great. A blessing to the sons of men, . An honor to the state: Her treasures are not gold, But fairer, better still Are loyal hearts to God and home. Hurrah for Moores Hill! CHORUS. Hurrah for old Moores Hill, Hurrah! Hurrah for old Moores Hill, Hurrah! Hurrah for old Moores Hill, Hurrah! Hurrah for old Moores Hill! Her doors swing open Wide I To rich and poor the same, To every one who seeks to make An liotnest, worthy name: To every earnest son And daughter with a will She offers gold from Wisdom's' mine, Hurrah for Moores Hill! Upon her banners fair In rays of fadeless light ls traced her motto pure and true, For Jesus and the rightg For education full Of heart, of wit, of will, For all that makes man like his Christ. Hurrah for Moores Hill! Hurrah for Moores Hill, We shout her honored name VVe glory in the Christ she serves Through Changing years the sameg VVe hail the coming day That now begins to fill Her bending sky with roseate glow, Hurrah for Moores Hill! J. w. JGHNSON, '86 26 X, 59335153 It QTEEQA-JN T5 -.-f' ft +V .. W I? R - I. College of Liberal Arts. I I . Q, COURSES IN: 1. ECQNOMICS. 5. 2. PHILOSOPHY. 6. 3. MATHEMATICS. 7. 4. NATURAL SCIENCE. 8. ANCIENT LANGUAGES MODERN LANGUAGES LITERATURE. I-IISTORY. II. Preparatory Department. III. College of Music. IV. Normal Department. 27 Faculty. CHARLES VV. LEWIS, M. S., ACTINO PRESIDENT AND PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS. ANDREW J. BIGNEY, A. M., PROFESSOR OF NATURAL SCIENCES. MONROE VAYHINOER, A. M., PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND GERMAN EENJAMIN W. ALDRICH, A. NI., PROFESSOR OF' GREEK AND LATIN. ALFRED ROSS, A. B., PROFESSOR OF LITERATURE AND HISTORY. MRS. E. LOUISE WILLIAMS. PRINCIPAL OF MUSIC DEPARTMENT. PRESTON S. HYDE. ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR IN LATIN. RICHARD N. HARGITT, ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR IN ENGLISH AND MATHEMATICS A. J. BIGNEY, REGISTRAR. ALFRED ROSS, SECRETARY. LAURA L. EWAN, LIBRARIAN, 28 4. 'JZ Oc: CILQ ZU QZ I A '7- " 5 s H 4 , :vjiy'Kl.'J'Q,' -,Q EJ? , . 5 'Dj ,,,..e gy. ,f"' H , m ' n . ", 4. .f if UW- A H , W5 :g sg 4:-.1-U is Hr.. gr.-,-4. .m.,, fa. we 'I R ' Q-. 1 9 Qi? QE. A? U'-3 Yi xg , mfg V. ,, "7 ...f-,ng .15 ,. gf '- . '51 +93 'jg 'J' R 'ni :.- 5: C fy Z , WK ff 09 QW," , u ' A ly' 455 ' RTR N. "W K C X Z X 'K sn Q4 , f , .4 Q , . 'a X aff ? 4 I Y' A 5 f ' Q 1 Q rl 4 vw if f If xl ' -.Jr x fz. 0 '.5i:fl!NS Lf B To publish t h e picture of every graduate from our institution Was obviously a task of no small dimensions, considering the fact that there are two hundred and thirty- three Alumni, twenty-five of whom are deceased, and the rest scattered up and dovvn this broad world, the whereabouts of many being unknown to the college authorities Henc . e We take pride in introducing you to our Alumni Gallery. as the presence of so many familiar faces bears testimony to our gratifying success. We regret the absence-unavoidable on our partfof some faces for which you will be looking. Our original purpose to publish personal items of interest in connection with each name was necessarily abandoned. We are grateful to those Who have loyally and heartily co-operated in this large enter- prise. .ai Alumni Association. OFFICERS. MISS EDITH SHOCKLEY, Pl'z'SI'II'c'1If. REV. JOHN JOHNSON, Firsf V121'-P1'I's11fwzf. PROF. JOSEPH HOUSTON, Svmm! lflh'-Pl'f's1'Iz'I'11i. MRS. CARRIE BIGNEY, Rvm1'Iz'1'11.Q' Sn'1'v1Q71j1'. MISS ORA DAUGHTERS, Culwspozzifilzg' Su'1'w!I11j MISS LAURA EWAN, Tmzszflw. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. PROF. M. VAYHINGER. MISS RUTH MOORE PROF. ALFRED ROSS. EARLE E. MARTIN. MISS ROSE ROBERTSON. 33 MRS. REV. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. HON HON HON. 1858. JANE S. KAHLER, M. E. L., San Fernando, Cal. 1859. ROBERT F. BREWINGTON, B. S., A. M., Knightstown, Incl. 1860. PERMELIA BRADFIELD, M.li.L., 4610 Woodland Av. W., Philaclelphia, Pa AMERICA S. VVO0D, NI. E. L., Aui-or-a, lncl. 1861. RINNA H. ROBERTSON, M. E. L., Southport, Incl. 1862. HELENA J. STEWART, M. E. L., Moores Hill, Incl. 1864. LUCY C. LEWIS, M. E. L., Madison, Incl. 1866. ELMER W. ADKINSON, B. S., A. M., 160 Washington St., Chicago, lll 1867. WILLIAM P. ADKINSON, B. S., 215 E. Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind WILLIAM S. FALKENBUIQG, B. S., 1865 S. Wlisliington St., Denver, Col MELVIN M. RIGGIN, B. S., Oshorne, Kas. 1868. MARY E. MILLER, M. E. L., Dillshoro, Incl. MRS. ELIZABETH S. L. THOMPSON, M. E. L., Muncie, lncl. 1869. OLIVER P. JENKINS, A. M., Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto, Cal. MRS. REV. MRS. MRS. HON. MRS. MRS. CLARA J. MARTIN, A. M., Moores Hill, Ind. JOHN A. MAXWELL, A. M., Attica, lnd. ALTA M. HARRYMAN, M. E. L., Lawrencehurg, Incl. ANNA R. SAWDON, B. S., Aurora, Ind. 1870. C. MORRIS HARRISON, A. M., Sioux Falls, S. D. 1871. ISABEL SARGENT BARNETT, A. M., 432 Walnut St., Danville, lll. CLARA V. KUMMER, A. M., 230 South Thircl St., San Jose, Cal. LIZZIE S. CAMPBELL, M. E. L., Wellington, Kas. MRS. FANNIE S. DASHIELL, M. E. L., Aurora, Incl. EZRA O. GUARD, B. S., Cleves, O. MRS REV. MRS MRS. 6 1872. ALICE B. FITCH, B. S., 528 14th Street, North-East, Washington, D. C JOHN C. GULLETT, Ph. D., 1733 South Clarkson St., Denver, Col. HATTIE E. GULLETT, B. S., 1733 South Clarkson St., Denver, Col. C. ALICE GULLETT, B. S., Van Buren, Ark. 34 1454809 If if 'UP' x v ai ,LZQQQ EE 'N' A il 'M 'E I , ,r Q m A , , fi' K WU df" " w 3 E gl P -'il 1 : sag , f ASKK U5 ms .FI , . 5 5 W 7 1 1 E l, ,Q .V Us M, .. x fx: , " 5 R K M' .X S if 'Z-X Q 9 3 fl J. ,W Q' f.. gm. '1 waz ' fl' 5 H, 'n , . v ' .1 , -- ,-. -.,..., . . .. 1: '.+' .. M L- ' 0, H ...H :fy 1 qv N, fi 3 1 f L-.V wr 1 I v r .Q 1,2 f ,' x.:. -Y . "M 1' Aw .n,, A v 5 .vin an 3 R,-gtg... , fu., ... ,,, . ,. f- "f7?'nw ,wil-..A 221 v'. V1 -f, ,Qi yu .. QT.. 5, Y blk' Af. xl- 1,14 , 1, 14. . ,Q '-'I+ .'..' 'F' 11. , . L. V1 ' ,. p nl, lv. Q P" . ,.g,. It A ' -4.1 ' 1 1.14, 11 ' Q 5, ,"-Qs .. M, 'J J 1.. w M if-. , 3.-, 7 U.. , ua ,a . 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Well i , does the writer remember the morning in '56 when the quiet .,., gg, of the morning air was broken bv the merrv ringing of the 3.7. -N.. , bell, calling for the first time to those whose purpose was to K become students of Nloores Hill Male and Female Collegiate s :F Institute-such being the cumbrous name given to what is . now Nloores Hill College. nr:-.'51j-if-'y1:.-. Seated upon the rostrum were the president-elect, Rev. i 1 I S. R. Adams, Professor Curtis, Professor Olcott and a number of the Trustees and ministers. Not having at hand the necessary data, l cannot give the number enrolled as students at the 12 fiffl opening session- probably about one-hundred fifty. The chapel as I remember was quite well filled and the friends of the school were jubilant over the auspicious opening of the college. The roll-call having been completed, congratulatory speeches were made by several persons present, and then an ordeal was passed that must have taxed the energy and patience of the in- structors-the classincation of the students. After several days, principally taken up with this difncult work, the regular recitations were begun and soon everything was moving after the usual order of college life. 3.3.8 Two literary societies, the Philoneikean and Sigournean, were soon organized with enthusiastic members and the usual rivalry and sparring characteristic of such organizations. 37 Some amusing things which occurred in the recitation room are worthy of special mention. One day a recitation conducted by Professor A was in progress. The subject was acoustics. The professor put the following question to the class: "What is sound?" One of the class, who was not known for frequent or correct answers to general questions, feeling that this was his opportunity to distinguish himself, quickly responded, "Sound is the reverberation of a noise." Equally amusing was the query of one of a large class beginning the study of geometry. Professor C was a very precise man, always requiring pupils when a demonstration of a theorem was completed, to say "Consequently, theorem- repeating the same as given in the book-is true." A tall, awkward youth, but withal quite a wit, was tloundering through a demonstration that did not demonstrate. Finally becoming completely befogged, he cast a side-glance at the professor and very meekly said, "Professor, is it not time to say Consequently?" 883 There were no graduates the first year, but at the close of the second year Miss Jennie S. Churchill, now Nlrs. Kahler of California, having completed the scientihc course of study, had the honor of receiving the first degree given by the institution. At the end of the third year the writer was granted the degree of B. S., winning the honors of his class-a comparatively easy task as there were no competitors. .333 Rhetorical exercises were conducted weekly in the college chapel. The chapel rostrum was constructed somewhat after the style of the old-time church pulpit-elevated several steps above the main floor. Vividly does the writer remember his Hrst attempt to declaim before the assembled Faculty and students. Not daring to look his auditors in the face, he looked down from the front of the rostrum to the floor beneath, which seemed just at that moment to recede until it was at least fifteen feet away. Years ago the rostrum was lowered. Whether the quality of the orations and declamations were correspondingly lowered deponent will not attempt to decide. 33 At the time of which I write college rushes and class riots were not the fad and some of us missed that exciting portion of a college training. Base hall and foot hall were not then accorded the high place they now hold in college ranks. People then helieved that the power to acquire knowledge, to think well and reason correctly were more important than athletics. Perchance they were mistaken, for surely "the world do move." After all that may he said this is a question not to he settled hy calling those who may choose to discuss it either optimist or pessimist. ROBERT F. BREWINGTON, '59, 1 ws -my ' P m f' 3,y,j'?f-,ffi','l:g Eyffc, fy ' s F" 'vc' f . k G ,S if T. f' t " Y' -1 5 39 1874. ' SAMUEL W. HILLMAN, A. M., Greensburg, Ind. REV. FLETCHER M. SISSON, A. M., D. D., 2818 Wuolwortlr Aw Om ilii Nelv MRS. S. ELIZABETH SISSON, B. S., 2818 Wimlwortli Av., Omilm Neb 1875. F. C. KESSLER, B. S., Newton, Kas. 1876. J. R. E. PHEASANT, B. S., Bi'uulcslwiii'g, Ind. 1877. REV. MELVILLE Y. BOVARD, D. D., Utica, N. Y. REV. CHARLES W. GULLETTE, A. M., D. D., -724 W. 8th St Crnernniti O CHARLES W. HARGITI, A. M., Ph. D., Syracuse University Svraeuse N Y MRS. LILLIAN M. N. WALLACE, B. S., Moline, Kas. 1880. JAMES O. CHURCHILL, B. S., Cheyenne, Wyu. 1881. WILBUR O. JENKINS, A. M., Nl. D., Tt'l'l'fe Hallie, llld. MRS. ANNA C. GODDARD, B. S., Greensburg, Ind. EVERETT D. RODGERS, B. S., M. D., Box 455, Cliiczigu, 1882. DAVID C. BARBER, A. M., M. D., Los Angeles, Cul. REV. GEORGE COCHRAN, A. M., Pli. D., Madison, Ind. MRS. JENNIE WIGGAM, B. S., Emporia, Kas. REV. DAVID T. HEDGES, B. S., Crlenwnnd, Ind. CALVIN CARTER, B. S., M. D., Bi-imlwille, Ind. MRS. COURTNEY E. JENKINS, B. S., Terre Haute, Ind. MRS. ANNA M. TOMLINSGN, B. S., Moores Hill, Ind. -10 l 44.5 X Heroic Days. V' HESE stirring times the thoughts of veterans return to the If days of 1861-65, and to those who battled and suffered in behalf of their country. The fall of '60 witnessed a most ffm ' aggressive and hitter political campaign. A political revolu- Vrgeiwi.-i-liilll tion was taking place. Few persons, at least in the North, i expected anything more than a political change. But the two "P i ne great sections of the country, divided on the subjects of slavery and freedom, did not know or understand each other. The great North did not think the South would be so suicidal as to precipitate an armed contest. The impulsive South did not think the North suiiiciently courageous to measure swords with them. .Held But the gathering clouds were seen and the mutterings of war were heard in the early months of '61. Patriotism flamed up in college halls. lt was heard in the literary societies and it could not be kept from the college rostrum. When Fort Sumpter was Hred upon, there was almost a universal sentiment of indigna- tion throughout the North, and there was an outburst of patriotism for sustaining the Union and for the armed suppression of the rebellion. Ji of .59 The call for three months' troops to make up seventy-five thousand volun- teers did not seriously affect the college attendance. As l now recall it, the Hrst student to enlist and to be mustered was George R. Robinson. He was small of stature and it was reported that he was rejected more than once before his Hnal 42 muster. At last he was mustered into the 16th Indiana, a regiment that enlisted for one year. At the expiration of his enlistment he again entered the army as Adjutant of the 83rd Indiana. He was severely wounded at Vicksburg and discharged for disability. For more than twenty years he has been a prominent and successful lawyer at Nlinneapolis, Nlinn. I give this little bit of history as a tribute to the first volunteer from the college. .5 'S .5 A "Home Guard Company" was organized among college and town boys, commanded by Professor Robert Kidd, whom we proudly called Captain Kidd. We had a uniform of grey cotton cloth trimmed in red. Our weapons were imitations of broad swords made of hickory wood with sheet iron guards. If the blood-thirsty Southerners could only have known about it, or could have seen us charging with our broad swords, I suppose the rebellion would have ended with one campaign. Our greatest campaign was marching to the Fourth of July celebration out at the old camp-ground, and our most successful charge was upon the dinner that day. .3 .23 .99 The college year of '60-'61 had closed before the first call for 300,000 volun- teers for three years. That call took nearly all those of proper age who had previously been in college and largely depleted the classes for the next year. VVhen the second call for 300,000 came, the college was little more than a girls' school. Six gentlemen had graduated, including the class of '61. Five of this number, namely, Brewington, Pye, Tinker, Hayman and Erskine enlisted. Four of the five held commissions. Two of these never returned. The brilliant Thomas L. Hayman and the mathematical genius, James Erskine, laid their all upon their country's altar. Nearly all the under-graduates took up arms. .Maid There are three names that should ever be kept in loving remembrance and held in grateful esteem by the friends and patrons of IVIoores Hill College : John C. Nloore, Enoch G. Wood and Samuel R. Adams. I could not write reminis- cences and leave out any of them. 43 John C. lVloore was the munificent founder and patron of Moores Hill College. He was just as patriotic as his three sons who bore arms. He was a prince among men, wise in council, patriotic in practice and Christly in spirit. Enoch G. Wood was president of the Board of Trustees from the opening of the college to the close of his life. Without college training himself he gave largely of his life to the building of Nloores Hill College. He was a master of the English tongue and a tower of strength to any cause he espoused. 555 l know that you will pardon me for closing with a tribute, however imperfect, to the first president of lVloores Hill College. He was my teacher for two years before l entered the army. l congratulated myself and the regiment when l learned that he was to be the chaplain. The chaplaincy of the 26th Indiana Volunteer Infantry came to him unsought and without expectation. He had not planned for army service because he was not physically able to endure such service. While l had the highest esteem for him as a teacher, yet he seemed so far removed from me by his superior knowledge and attainments that l stood somewhat in awe of this superiority. But as my chaplain, my spiritual adviser and helper, my personal friend, my esteem passed into real affection. The news of his death came to me at a time and under circumstances when l could not well bear it. l was lying in a temporary hospital with a rebel bullet in my body. l felt that l had lost a father. l do not believe there was another chaplain in the entire army who had greater influence over the ranlc and tile of soldiery than had Samuel Rodgers Adams. JQHN A. MAXWELL, 'oo I 4-I IN I q, , , I f W4 f 5 1 Al 5212 D f ,. -fy ' 5. iz?" u ' W V 1 f -. My 3. , Xe. N, xx 1883. JAMES O. CHURCHILL, A. M., Cneyc-une, Wyo. REV. EDMUND J. LOCKWOOD, A. M. Cedar Falls, la. MRS. MARY B. LOCKWOOD, B. S., Ceclar Falls, la. MRS. LINDA C. CLARK, A. M., Sunimertown, Tenn. CARRIE J. CIOYER, B. S., 83 East Fourteenth St., Anderson, lncl. MRS. ALICE A. BARWISE, B. S., Box 1907, Cripple Creek, Col. MRS. JOSIE G. JOHNSTON, B. S., Albuquerque, N. M. MRS. MARY M. LOCKE, B. S., Holton, Kas. EDWARD E. OLCOTT, B. S., Charleston, lncl. ELLA C. SHAW, B. S., Nanking, China. MRS. MAGGIE WEEKS Coy, M. S., La Hahra, Cal. 1884. WILL l. LQWRY, B. S., Cripple Creek, Col. 1885. MRS. MARY B. HOLE, A. M., La Hahra, Cal. MRS.EMMA M.LEE,A.M. LNUUMU. REUBEN H. MOORE, B. S., Shelbyville, Incl. ALTA MAE ROBERTS, B. S., 558 East South St., lnclianapolis, Incl. MRS. EVA M. OPP, B. S., 1033 Washington Av., Newport, Ky. 1886. REV. EDWARD A. ROBERTSON, A. M., Cleo. R. Smith College, Seclalla, Mo SAMUEL W. COLLETT, B. S., Dakota University, Mitchell, S. D. ORA DAUGHTERS, B. S., Moores Hill, Incl. REV. JOHN W. JOHNSON, B. S., North Vernon, Incl. CHARLES H. MEEDS, B. S., Winton Place, O. REV. HENRY ROSS, B. S., Shadelancl, Ind. 1888. HARVEY J. CLEMENTS, B. S., Puget Sound University, Tacoma, Wash. MRS. CULLA J. VAYHINGER, B. S., Moores Hill, Incl. MRS. SADIE R. MITCHELL, B. S., Hamlet, Ind. HENRY B. SMITH, B. S., Ph. D., 213 West Fourth Av., Denver, Col. 47 1889. HARRY PHILLIPS, A. B., Oflve1'hoi"s Oliice, lmlizmzipolis, Ind. REV. WILLIAM E. SHAW, A.rB., Chehuhse, lll. WALLACE D. CORYA, B. S., M. D., Nelmisku, Ind. FRANK J. ROBERTSON, B. S., Nl. D., 2313 E. MTCTITQLIII St.,liidiz1hupmlis, lml 1890. SAMUEI. Nl. HUFFMAN, B. S., Seymour, Ind. D. T. SHOCKLEY, B. S., B. 81 O. S-W. FTPTQTTTTDt'PLll'tI11t'l1T, E. St. Louis, lll REV. JOHN C. WHITE, B. S., Summitville, lml. EDMUND C. ZEIGLER, B. S., IQOQ Whitis Av., Austin, Tex. 1891. ' LILLIAN Cu. CARTER, B. S., North Vermm, Ind. ROSE T. ROBERTSON, B. S., 1317 Bzmmiie St., New Orleans, Lu. VERTON W. ROSS, B. S., Blue Ash, O. 1892. REV. ULYSSES O. ABBOTT, A. B., Hehryville, lhd. EDWARD A. WOOD, A. B., Cincinnati Post, Cihcihmiti, O. 1893. MINNIE B. BROWN, A. B., Nloore's Hill, lnd. JAMES E. DAUGHTERS, B. S., 285 Lz1Sz1lle St., Chicago, lll. JOS. R. HOUSTON, B. S., ALll'Ol'll, lml. REV. CHARLES E. LINE, A. Nl., D. D., Nlz1i1liutn, Mimi. LAURA E. LIDDLE, B. S., Blimmihgtun, lml. FRANK S. MALTBY, A. B., AlhL1qLIerq11e, N. Nl. EDWIN C. STRICKLER, B. S., Gll'LlI'Ll, KLIS. WILL D. ROBINSON, B. S. D., Versailles, Ind. 48 5 1 X i -v 1: 1 Q if ,- , ' fl . W 0 A, ' Lvl-,-lv-Y W----.YW Q 'L f' M ,S ry. 2 if 7 I 5 5 F .,- gh 1894. CLARA B. BIGNEY, B. S., Moores Hill, lnd. LAURA L. EWAN, B. S., Moores Hill, lnel. MRS. CARRIE E. BIGNEY, B. S., Moores Hill, Ind. EDGAR F. JOHNSTON, B. S., Room 11, Commercial Bloclc, Hammond, Ind CLYDE A. JENNINGS, B. S., Miirtinsville, Ind. EARLE E. MARTIN, A. B., Kentucky Post, Covington, Ky. JAMES ROSS, A. B., Curevsville, Q. QUINCY SPENCE, A. B., NlUl'I'UVV, O. CLAUDE B. THOMAS, A.,B.,Mil1'oy, Ind. 1895. REV. CLARENCE C. BONNELL, B. S., Hartsville, lnd. CARRIE MILDRED BEATY, A. B., 304 Honore St., Chicago, lll. FRANK C. GREEN, A. B., Milroy, Ind. LUELLA C. GREEN, A. B., 589 Richmond Av., Buffalo, N. Y. REV. R. SCQTT HYDE, A. Nl., Nlil'tOlT, llki. MARGARET G. JOHNSON, A. B., Glt'lTWIlOCl, lll. MARY E. MOORE, A. B., Bethesda Szinitzirium, Manitou Falls, N. Y. REV. J. LESLIE SHROYER, B. S., Cortland, Ind. EDITHA LOU SPEER, A. B., 328 Davis St., Jacksonville, Flu. REV. W. D. TROUT, B. S., Kempton, Ind. WILL C. WASHBURN, B. S., 1574 Hillside Av., Indianapolis, lnd. 50 2,3 30 A K if UM MX 29 l f 1 Y 'I' Q X 'K k :-jr ' WTS, ., ' hw ,- ,M , f'-fzmc . qggvm -wg is-a X i,-S Diff V, ,:,,' " '- K- .W r' ef' , xg , ' g 'un' 1,5452 , K , Z x , fi we i lg, .W 6. JZ K ,jf - ' ,Wig x-v-,K I1 1 V. J. MAN! The Voice of the Wind. 'l' is the Wind, only the Wind, I know, And in my heart the June of love is warm, Safe from all fear of storm I Or dread of any tenizpest that can blow: Ah, then, Why does the Wind's voice haunt me so? No Wonder that the Wind tones so enthrall, I mind me of another day when I, Rapt with ai melody, Heard its Wild notes in some sweet interval, And, now, its voice re-echoing through the hall. ls but a vehicle that brings to me Just as the skylark's swee-t, impassioned rhyme Tells of the summer time, A bit of life's unwritten historyg And heart and harp are tuned to the same key. For life has many a burial house and crypt. And many a ditty that we gladly slung In memory, is among The blissful things that all too soon have tripped Oblivionward, and from our keeping slipped. I cannot shut my ears against the rhyme, Whispered at key-holes and at lattices, Unwritten harmoniesg No other heart but mine may catch their chime, The echoing melodies of that old time. REJ 52 To Touch of the Violin St if USIC, music is in the air t ij? VVIIGFQ' the backlog crackles and sings ' 'Fi t 75. For soul of Joy is everywhere f ..L . . . 5' To touch of the violin strings! 'Z -s 1 Q'--Liz' X x'52'v A 'ij , A , it ',.?: i,3 Q - 1 j i' A Voices of earth, voices of sky, O! the tender and true it brings:-A If master hand but understand The touch of the violin strings! 1Vlelody's buds in warmth unfold, The azure Where skylark Wings: O! ever, soul of song is told To touch of the violin strings. h winter snow And fair morn with thy golden rin O! stars above t e I hear the flutes of memory blow To touch of the violin strings! With uncontrolled delight the ear Is bent to liolier thingsg- Soul sound the Wonderful is here To touch of the violin strings. MRS. E. S 53 rings. 1 SS. . L. THOMPSON, '68 1896. CHARLES H. BECKETT, B. S., New Qrlezins University, New Oile ms L1 MRS. IDA MAY BONNELL, A. B., Hurtsville, Ind. HENRY CLAY DOLES, B. S., Clai'l4sbu1'g, Ind. EIVIILIE DASHIELL, A. B., G1'eenslWu1'g, Ind. REV. FRANK S. MILLER, A. B., Yunkeetown, Ind. BENJAMIN POTTER, B. S., EL1S'EElYECl'Pl'lS':', Ind. J. THOMAS SCULL, B. S., 824 Foster St., Evanston, lll. JOHN CHAMBERS WOOD, A. B., 413 East 26th St., New Ymk City 1897. WALTER E. BEATY, A. B., ALlI'l,Dl'L1, Ind. NELLIE CLARK, B. S., Dayton, Ky. REV. CHARLES M. KROFT, A. B., Sunman, Ind. REV. EDWARD I. LA RUE, B. S., Nlilmy, Ind. REV. STANTON ALREN MORROW, A. B., FI'6lTClT WILL E. PETERS, B. S., Salida, Col. CHARLES J. STALLARD, A. B., SlTe'llWyVill6, illti. NELLIE R. STEWART, B. S., Moores Hill, Ind. CLARA WOOD, B. S., Salem, Intl. 54 Lick, Ind -er- ra DQ ,li I Jfxh 2 N 'T H2 kT?7 Q U' - , 54 ' A , Wi!! z f. 9 ' "T x I 0 , hw MANZ :nnnwQ, S 1 ' J 1 1 1 1 111 11 1 I 4' Xml , 1 1 sv , f 1 4 1 1 ' 1 11 -1 .-A- 1... 11 1 ,1-.1 N1-11 - ,U111 ,114 1 1 1 LN--1,-11-1. . 14. .,1 :1-, fi., Xu A11 Q.. 5, .1,,1 -I. L.: 1. .. 1.1.-1-1 -. 11.Kyg1. -WJ. .11-?."1 11: 12 1 gk'- .1- 11 1 1 111 ,Q 1.1111 ,V 1111 1' 1. :,.,1 1, -':-.. 1 1s . ', ,tw ' ' ' 1,117-1 .A .11 -1 1: '1 V, -3 V 11 - 1 f f':g'11A -41 -.11 4 , "1-' .-T5 7. . 1. ,Q 5-.Nw ' 51 11.1 '1 , .1..'g'1 111 1 1,11 ,,1 gfjfi QQ, 1 . 11 -1 .. 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J' - J :X "':.- 'IIE ' '. 3, .. u,M55'gU14T , -Ay '-jg' affg'A,,f,.5eg,f,a,-gt ',,., ip ,ww " m' 4 ,of-,1,,j, 'f12x.g- M. N .sl ' .KN ,. A ,Q :"1E,N"' J -,- 1. Q11 .if :H f g- lj yy, Y.,-V L -A 'VL W '-Ys,.'f -131' al? 'iqm .,' 'L H J' L' vs '- "6 :sf , 13, Nic! .Jai x'f' ' 'C' w--Rl?-' a"w4"F-2. -'F -.,q.'f'F"'!f xr! Q- :- f F,-rut, , x 4-, QA, ., 5 ., ,. w 1, vfmr., IV . J . Lf'-,1.', ' 1 xx ',n4.:,..3,,, 1.51 ,Wy 1 'ff' 'bv .-HN" '11 1 1 ' ' 2 ' 1 v W 74 !,' V R A "ru i .,. ' ' f gf ik 1, -L 'll' lf Rxyxisx 'Li' ' V , N A QTQF N if f If ' ,iff 4 To i Q M 47 4 Jw K i' X ' D Our Class Flower. AINTY violet inthe glade, A beautiful picture thou hast made - Out of this dark and lonely place. A colorless shade without thy face. Sturdy violet in the sun, The smiles of Heaven thou hast Wong Modest, unobtrusive still, Thy mission of love dost thou Hll. Beautiful violets, dear to me. In sun or shadow blooming so freeg Lavish of sweetness. thy true worth ignores the frown or smile of earth. Violets, I would imitate, Thy sweet submission to thy fateg Blossom of love my life would crown Unspoiled alike by QHl'Il1'S smile or frown B1 Reflections. -e 5. ' RIGHT colors flashing upon a canvas attract our attention will xN N " ra as ,D from the somber tints of the back-ground. The brilliant W Q' things of life are the most noticed. But the everyday gray fn dm' of duty makes the basis of character. Thus the historian Mn . . . mi can record only the most striking events, while he leaves un- it' it Nm 4 F X ' ,vi ,--' FL, 0 l . '. ' f - , TWT ig T ??jEil'w Q Yt touched the great sum of the less important things which mould the life. The chronicles of a class, however faithfully kept, cannot record ' those events which it deems most valuable. All the experiences in the life of the class of '98 we could not relate. There are many that we would not. We give them all to memory to cherish in her gentlest way. Fortune, that capricious maid, has dealt with us with unusual kindness. Pleasant associations and friendships have been formed which will make a bright part in the memory of our college days. ln all our class relations a rare harmony has prevailed, which alone can bind the members together in good will. The past year we will remember as the pleasantest and most profitable of our college course. The peaceful, calm has been unmarred by any outburst of a class storm. Although, coming off as victors in the rush of last year against the combined attack of Seniors and Faculty, we have confidence in our standing for strength and spirit, neverthless we have recognized that " Peace hath its victories no less renowned than war." There have been times however, when beneath a calm and dignined exterior, our hearts swelled with pardonable pride and class spirit. One such occasion was the triumphant night of our rhetoricals when we first donned our caps and gowns and with grace and eloquence- no less surprising to ourselves than to our auditors -mastered vital subjects both living and dead. Sometimes the monotonous round of study was relieved by pleasantdiversions. 62 Happy lot ot Seniors to be toasted by the Faculty and Juniors, but oh, inexplicable fate! Good fortune failed us in one thing-she always sent us foul weather. Only a few more days and our college life will cease. We will forget the hard work, the mistakes, the perplexing metaphysics-and perhaps even unjust criticisms-all these we will forget but we will remember the moments of triumph, the happy times together, the pleasure we found in mastering the difficult places, for memory with thoughtful kindness preserves only the sunshine ot our ex- periences, the shadows hide the disappointments and the hardships. lt is with regret we leave these scenes of our student life. We teign would tarry a little longer but beyond are the serious duties of lite beckoning. And through all the coming years, long after our Senior gowns have tluttered into oblivion and we have put on the armor ot lite's war-fare, we will warmly cherish in our hearts the memory of our Alma Nlater-our beloved mother. '-' . 'if . xx X '7 . A . - fi -iii 1 1 'TEE-N , l fa ii ee A fx, ' , Yvka 11: '2s::zstsi fff--3 - " ,'97i f 5 ff? f , X ffl , 4 63 The End and the Beginning 40N COMMENCEMENT DAY. J E stanid ou the edge ofthe Used-to-be, And our hearts are thrilled, As our thoughts are filled With the rushing of cherished memory, VVith a mingling of pain and victory. Before us troop the times now past, Crowded with duties and pleasures ioog But crowned with harmony, first and last, And filled with a purpose allways true, YVhic-h pointed us on to a day in dune, And closed in a day that has come too soon: That could not come too late, Though with hope did we await This day of ninety-eight. if 9? ik ii: 'L 'F VVe pause on theedge of the Yet-to-be, And our souls are stirred. As we hear the Word That closes school life for you and meg That bars our vanished Used-to-be. In the afterwhile our lives will grow Apart in work and widened aim: But memories old will keep a. glow And bind us together as then the same. They will take us back to a day in June, Vifhen our hearts and the world pulsed out one tune A song of hope elate That time would bring good fate To the class of ninety-eight. 64 1 1 .xx V51-gag 'f .N cl 1 sf' k Irv H 'wfifq 'Q 0 Q-aux Q K'1 .f-f V Nil' ' , ,' ' . ' " "' f,"',',A" I ' : . .uv ,ga N. X. , , , , 4. I . " "' ' . - . . VV-A I , .,1. 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Eighteen Iiumired and llilifftf'-l1il1fc'i!i! 87 'A tMUs:NG.l Musingf OME, O Muse, and softly mnrm'ring, Whisper to this soul of mine. VVhile I sing the thrilling story Oi. the class of ninety-nine. Sometime ago, three years and more, One autumn day in ninety-four, VVhile Seniors dreamed and Juniors dozed And Sophs in slumberland reposed, VVhile Freshmen talking in theirnaps Told all about their brand-new caps, A call was made to take some steps To organize the Senior Preps. And so they met and reasoned whether Since they were all now met together, 'Twould not be best, without delay To organize that very day. So 'twas determined to select The ones for office, and elect A president and secretary And others' such as necessary. They then discussed a motto too, And thinking English would not do. A Latin proverb was agreed, 'Which not a single one could read. The colors chosen for that year They argued should at once appearg And as the hour was well-nligh spent, The class adjourned by one consent. 68 The weeks roll by, the month, the year, The classhas Freshmen now appear, And with their canes in bright array, The stainless crimson now display. The Freshmen girls a meeting hold, None of the Freshman boys are told: A social following in its wake. They feast the boys on cream and cake. Then come the balmy days of Slpring, The dewy eves suggestions bring: And so they plan-as well they might- To paint the bridge some moonlight night 'Tis done as said: and mornings sun Reveals the work which they have done Another morn reveals to view An enemy has been there too! Thus time goes by! once more in line We see the class of ninety-nine. Not Preps or Freshmen as before. But each a haughty Sophomore. With dignity and royal grace, On platform now they find their place, And by their eloquence so strong, Hold spell-bound all for two hours long. The next year iinds them Juniors grown, And soon the fact becomes well known, For sound of bells and voices clear, And cries of "Ninety-nine" we hear. A few weeks more, again we see A struggle for the mastery, And now they win themselves renown Contending for the cap and gown. 69 For conquests won, for darings bold. They soon assume the badge of gold! The motto "Push" inspires each one To conquests which may yet be won. In oratory they contest And win a victory o'er the restqt And yet again they Win renown, By helping tear the green Hag down. Jr Thus looking backward o'er the past, My thoughts have wandered, till at last The 1neni'1'ies joined by each to each, From past to present seein to reach. I cannot lift the veil to see The last act of our history: The curtain falls, I let it rest, God wills it, and His will is best? 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V1 pq, ' ---Mfg-jr ,,-1-.'j.,lA-uq,,,1.-, 'Q'4,ar. -!..1,, Wx .. :ug . , .. .,.,.. .,, T'Qlg:' y 1 n ' 4 fi ' f' 4 "N, ,qi X ' 1 I' f4 WYE A 'T 3 I, I. .A J . ' f 543' is ,VZ ,N ,4 he 354 I' Sopbomores. OFFICERS. LAURA ASKIN, P1'ux11z'v11f. H. E. ROBERTSON, VIN-Pf'l's1'nQ'11f. HOWARD MATHEWS, Sul'1'v2171j'. J. R. WILLEY, Tm1s111'v1'. CLYDE CQTTINGHAM, Puff. FLORENCE SARGENT, H1's1'o1'11711. B. R. SMITH, Plvplzuf. Nlotto : "W07I s1'Iv1'." Colors : WINE AND WHITE YELL. Rackity Kax l G0 Wax! Gu Wax ! Raclfcity Kax ! G0 Wax Y Go Wax I Wa Hoo ! Hackity Boo ! Rickity ! Stickity ! Stackity ! Stoo ! Who are we P Who are you P We are-we are all true hlue ! Who's true hlue ? Nineteen hundred. GG 1 ' 7 - , . . . . . NOl?Hl:R year s history has been made, and again the historian is 'M called upon to chronicle its events. lt is indeed no easy task to de- e, pict the wonderful achievements as yet unaccomplished. lt was with .- Q Q unabated zeal and renewed energy that we resumed our ascent of the Hill of Knowledge after the summer's rest. We forgot the fresh- ness of our youth when we realized the importance of our new position. X as ' x , x ,, Q- X Q 3 , Q is 5 'N i ii X P N . x X , - se- s x ' b we fs ' :Swift 1 3 .ix-ig so - xs ss Xt 5? N xo si 's Th e first discovery made upon our arrival was the great change in the class. Nlany had fallen by the wayside and strangers hacl come to take their places. But water-melon was found to be of great assistance in making the new comers feel at home in the family. Someway when we peeped at each other from behind those delicious slices, we forgot that we had not always been acquainted. But why should we demand your attention to a rehearsal of all the hap- penings of this eventful year -the most important of our course -of our success at ball and tennis? of the equestrian speed of our progress in trans- lating? of the sweet spirited submission with which we bore the blame of all meanness until the guilty parties were discovered? or of the brilliant success of our first Rhetoricals? Nlodesty prevents the recital, lest you might say our spirit boastful, and that it is an exhibition of the inflated feeling experienced upon entering our new honors. ln one thing especially we glory -in the distinction we gain by having securedt class pins in our Sophomore year. We bear the honor of being the first class to make such advancement.f lt was with pride that we downed them. Shall we not always recall with pleasure the anxiety caused among the other classes? Again, tea must boast of the manly deeds and quick action taken when colors, other than the "wine and white," were seen floating over the College. Let others take warning never to displease the Sophs by raising colors -or AFTER SEVERAL UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPTS. T A SOPHOMORICAL BLUNDER, CONSULT HISTORTAN OF '97. - 74 otherwise - lest they to their sorrow learn that it is "Better to face prowling panther's path than meet the storm of Sophomoric wrath." We have not yet succeeded in permanently carving all our names in his tory or in the College furniture-the delay was caused hy the demand o time for studying, melon parties, skating, and sassatras hunts. We heg to report progress. As we look hack we must exclaim, "M'lII'llIllS, 'Z'I'iI'l'll1IIS, 1'12'1'11111s."'1 We are proud of the yearls work and assure you that it will he no waste of time to keep your eye upon the class which has the honor of heing the first to graduate in the new Century-the class of IQOO. ISEE APPENDI X , : NK 'QXZQIA fi' f f I' :2:1i:::::7:::g, is-3+ '75 the freshmen. OFFICERS. LUCY PELSQR, P1'I's11fI'1If. F. B. WARD, VIII'-P1'I'x1'IfI'11f. WILL A. VAYHINGER, SIm'f.11jI'. A. L. WARD, 71'vI1s111'I'1'. EFFIE SMITH, H1'5fo1'1'I11I. Down WHITE, Pmplzvf. A. F. MAJORS, Puff. Mottu: "FI1f1'I1 11011 w1'l1I1." CIIIIIIS: SALMON PINK AND BLUE YELL. Ye Huh! Ye Huh! Brave and bold! Bfbllm-L1-ILICIQ ! A-day ! Dah ! Hot III' Cfvld! RHCli'Ll-Chlllkl Jzlylmwk ! Bent us if you can! TLl'lLl'lTlL1! Chu ! Hu ! Nineteen HLIIIL1I'cd :md Une! 76 .M Q-qw, ,K 1 N4 Na. mix -L 'Q v J. NX,- X The Song of the Freshman 'W HOULD you ask me whence this story, Whence this true and brave narration, VVith its touch of proud allegiance, Vxfith its breath of valorous conflicts, I should answer, I should tcll you-- On a mountain of the prairie, On a mountain known as Moores Hill, Stands a college for the Hoosiers: Stan-ds a seat of higher learning. Hoosiers at that school assemble. Seniors, Sophomores, and Juniors, Freshmen, too, I beg to tell you. Of these Freshmen now I purpose To relate a faithful story: In the time of early autumn. In the hazy Indian summer, Ere the leaves began to ripen, Ere the leaves began to wither, Gathered Freshmen in a council, All their Chieftains to select. Wisely chose they from their number, And beneath the guidance faithful Of these chieftains high, they prospler In whate'er they undertakefl' Through long ages of tradition, Green has emblematic been Of untutored, verdant Freshmen Venturing first away from home. Therefore "green shall be our symbol," EXCEPT GUARDING SECRETS AND STOLEN PROPERTY '79 Tooup UETAT. Spoke the mighty Majorsi' bold, Spoke in accents slow and measured: And to him the couneil listened, Heeded they the mighty Majors, And the ery was oft repeated, "Green shall ever be our symbol." But when nrst they showed their colors, First displayed to all their badges, Certain people idly thought A little salt would put them down, Vainrly hoped to tame at. once The stirring class of nineteen one But one morning to the breezes, To the gay and playful south-winds, Floating high above the college, Vtfaved a flag of emerald brightness. O, the rushing ofthe Juniorsl' O the shouting of the Soph'mores! O the words of vain entreaty! How each one begged another The lofty ensign to tear down! Not a Junior dared to venture, Every Soph'more quoth, "Not Ig" But a slender lad of Prepdoni. Stout of heart and slight of stature. Dared to scale the flagstaff high. And a mighty shout was given By the timid Sophs and Juniors, As though to them belo-nged the glory, As though to them were due great praises. And I tell it not in. secret, Known it is both far and wide, That when Juniors plannedl to flaunt Red Caps and gowns to imitate The Seniors grave and dignified, 'Twas Freshmen who those robes did take And it. likewise is no fancy, Those the Juniors did recover, 80 Not by power nor by cunning, But by fearful threats of marshal. Town police and magistrate. You shall hear how these brave Fr Sent a challenge to the Juniors That united with the Soplrmores They should meet them in fl combat, In a testing game of base-ball. But the upper classes halted, Hesitated what to answer, Quibbled for a worthy Senior. "Give us Davis and we meet you," So at last it was conceded. But in spite of all precaution, Spite of Davis and his swift runs, Fifteen to seven the score stood, Fifteen to seven in Freshmen favor. eshmen All the lovely maids had gathered, Sat in rows to see the ball game. Much bedecked were they in ribbons, Gaily daunting their bright colors. 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Well in the tust place KQ s a leedle skrexvd up teller named Ward banged his desk with some- Clsl? ' thing like a tater-masher and every one set up strate as a close- prop. Un then a teller, with hare that cum down over his ize-Mary Ann sez his name wuz Sylvester-got up and started a song about "Se-ein' that my grave is kept green." The kutest leddle tat boy kald Willey red a hull lot uv names an then got mad as a hornet an told that Ward he wuz tired uv the way the boys corresponded to the roll-call. That preacher Smith got up and sed a nawtul purty piece about a leedle star twinklin, then a teller kald l-largitt giv a nessay about the United States annexin somethin -l guess it was Juppiter-an then that leddle Ward said somethin about a xtempor an a shadder named Walker talked about "The devil present to-night." Next a kurley-headed leedle boy kald Cottingham giv us a talk on birds, an then that Copeland teller talkt about the discouragements ot raisin a mustache, and law sakes l l should think it wud be discouragin, his nose wuz big enut to shade a tater-patch much less a mustache. A nugly looking teller kald Burn Smith sung "I tuck my Luly ter a sirkus." My land, the way he did roll his ize wud give dispepsy ter a grasshopper. Fore tellers tried ter make us believe that too kats with their tales tide tergether an hung over a door handle hav more power ter ples the esthetickle sensis than has a serenadin party. I kept my l on the jedges, but when that man Robertson got dun they wuz all settin like ded and so they had to stop the old debate. Then they begin transactenin bizness an me an Mary Ann wuz bound ter see the hull thing threw, but that old man Ward sez, sez he, the sargent with arms will ples court the ladies ter the door an when l seed a great big raw-boned, long armed teller they kald lsgrigg cuminin at us, l told Niary Ann ter cum on an so ew got out er there tore he had time ter uze his armsg but soon as he had shet the door 57 and went away agin we wuz boun ter hear some more, so we went back an lissen- ed at the kee-hole. But purty soon the hungry-lookin teller kald Rogers had ter go an make a long speak about the kee-hole in the door bein wore out and wound up by moven that Mr. Mathews be constructed ter make a investigate and it need- esary to buy a new key-hole. On hearin ot that me an Mary Ann suddently tuk a noshun ter go home, but what do you think, jest as we wuz startin away, we seed some tellers cum out trom among the trees leadin another teller that wuz tide roun the head with a napern an they tuk him right on up stairs ter that sciety room. Nle and Mary Ann wuz boun ter see what wuz up now, so we tollered. We soon tound out that them too Vayhinger boys, the treshies Bolder an Har- gitt an that Green teller all had holdt uv that pore leedle Wisey boyg me an Nlary Ann had a big notion to pounce on ter them an pull their old long hare gud, but then we thought we wouldn't. VVhen they tuk him inside there wuz a hull lot uv other tellers ready ter jump on ter him an l guess they would have kilt the teller it it hadn't ter been tur Cook an Hinghouse an that big Edwards who seemed ter take his part. lguess they'd ben piekt on thater way their selves sometime or nother so they tuk him away trom them other tellers an tuk him to that nice man wat they kald Liddle. Well jes as Liddle, by talkin nice ter him had got him ter stand purty near on his head, that old VVard hollers out, "The gran bumpers agree l" an them old runtins what brought him up there let a grate big old billy goet outer the closet an it made right at him. Gee whiz ! et that is the way they make peples agree what they ketch, me and Nlary Ann didn't want ter be ketched, so we went home immejately. Q ,xxx le. Ei F I . ' -H 5 ', 88 Dhiloneikean PRESTON S. HYDE, C. E. WINKLEY, A. F. MAJQRS, C. O. PLATT, L. M. EDWARDS, LOUIS ROSS, C. R. STGUT, J. L. DAVIS, CHAS. EWAN, O ORGANIZED 1856. Mwttwz "EXl'UfSI'L11' " OFFICERS. 90 P1'cs1'a'w11'. Z'12'v-Pwszlivfzf. Suf'1'u1Q71Q1'. Assisfazzf 5n'1'um1Q1 Tl'UL7SIll'Ul'. Cr1'1'zL' . Clmplfiifz. Lilvm 1'1'm1 . Swjgm iz!-Ji-A17115. E i 1 11 , , 1,' . - 1 1 1' ."f 1r 1 1 . . 1 1 . ,,. 1 x 5-'Hs ' 1 ,'- 1 ' , 1 ' 1 1 1 'Y -.-:Y 1 1 1 .- , -1 1 1 1 .15 1. ,x N, 1. 1 1 33,35 - V ' - 1 1 X. , D1 1 L '. u,. .. Nl". I, 1 1:4 -1 fc, 1 '-off' 11.5 -4 jr: 11' A. i. ,, .1 A , 'J is T. 'E 9'2- fj: J.. ffl: .' 4 . L ,,1... .t 1: I . L. . 1 1 4 ' 1 . 1 1 -3 1 .fix Y .. fr 1 . , :4. . 1 ., , 1 . , J , 1 1 1 ,1- .f 1 1 .1 . ,v 1 X1 1 K . 1 . 4' .fv 4 1 ' 1 1 ' vm .1 L .N 1 ' 1 , Y 1 A 1 1 ' a4"'+f1 111711 11. XA 'fr'-f ww 111 4 I .. ,1 -1 - 1 '-faiifbm AT-3..5..1 1-21315 1 1 1' X "1 Minutes. PETER MEYERS HALL, MAY 13, 1893. RESIDENT HYDE rapped loudly for order and the members hastily took their seats, Platt entering a moment later. Chaplain Stout read as a short scripture lesson the cxix Psalm and offered an earnest prayer, calling special attention to members whose intemperate remarks in the previous business session had made them tit subjects for criticism. After a touching rendition of "The Philos are the Stuff, Sir!" by the Angels. Nlr. Ross, critic, called the roll and each member responded with a short literary gem. Nlr. HYDE'S selection was original and he spoke with deep significance: "East, Ifldsf- N01'I'lZ'S IYUSI. " WINKLEY-"A little learning is a dangerous thing." DAVIS-"He who knows and knows that he knows is a Senior-follow him.' PLATT-"Better late than never." Qrdinarily Nlr. Platt is a modest man and scorns personal reference. EDWARDS uttered this fine sentiment: "I jlziiz tuonliz' lniw fha SL'l'i'l.L'L' of his zrozku 'To kill -will music flu' mos? lrzlzgzlzlz' 11zoo11." STOUT, out of a full heart, somewhat faintly, however, quoth he: "O, Agnes, O my soul, so may thy face be by me when l close my life."-Ella lfV11c'c'fL'l' Wz'lc0x. JOHNSON-''Aratirinalcosmosistheimplicitassumptionofobjectivecognition." SARGENT attempted a short extract from the Sermon on the Mount. He got as far as "Blessed-," then forgot and sat down in confusion. Ross quoted Shakspeare as usual: "To wed or not to wed-that is the question." WHITE-"You is mighty lucky, lad of old Kentucky." SEDWICK-"The man who blushes is not quite a brute." EWAN'S gem was remarkable from the fact that he had never been heard to give it before. lt was lost in the momentary surprise it created. 93 MART IN- "Lo I 1111 I11' 1'o1111'5 I11'l111111' I115 SIIIOIIIDIIKQ 11111111 W1'1I1 1'o1'I'5 I11'1fg'I11 1111-11'-1I1'op5 011 1115 5111111111711 I11'o1,1', TI11' Io1'11' 11f1'111'iI1, II11' I11'1'0 of II11' plow." FARLOW- "I 11111 o111' 0' 1'I11'51' c'IIl'l'0lIS I111111' 0'1'I111p5 H111 1'I11'11k you k1111'z1' -11'I11'11 you 11'o11'1, p1'1'I111p5." WARD-"He who does n't know and doesn't know that he does n't know is a Freshman-pity him." MAJORS- "O 111151' I 1111111 1'1111'11'1'r 111 IIII' -flIL'L'vS 1'1'1111'1' 5I'IIl-L' I 1111151joIIot1' 111111 IIIIIII I 11'1'1',' OI l11'111yo111' 71'I1'111111'I1115, 11 IIIl,IIf0I', TIIOIIgII 1171 1'11'1'1'51'I1I11', jo1'111'1'1' 111gI1." The literary program followed. Edwards read a very interesting and in- structive paper on the "Etiquette of Calling." Among other things he lamented the growing tendency toward segregation among the Sophomores. Davis answered "Not performed." He afterwards abode by the constitution. One of the instructive features of the evening's exercises was the original poem by Johnson, entitled " Desperation," which ran thus: " W 1'1I1 111111 1'x1'0g1'1'1111'011 I flllillk IIIIIU 1'1'x1111'o11 D1 51111' 1111 11gg1'111.'1111011 Of 1I11' 1'1'1111' '5 11I11'1'1'1111011 W I10 1111110111 1'01151'1I1'1'1111'o11 Qf 1111 11111I101"5 1111'11p11111o11 H115 1'11jo1'11111z' fbi' 1'11I11'1'1111'011 Qf 111' OI1'111p1'1111 11gg1'1g1111'o11. L'ElII'OI. I A'11o11' you -11'1111z' 111551111011 From VfIfI'flIC'I' p1'0I011g1111011- To p1'1'1'1'111 1111 11I1111'c1111'011 I g1'11111,1'0111' 511ppI1'c111'1011. ' ' An autobiography entitled "The African Witcli Doctor," by Sargent, followed. Mr. Martin in a well worded address told "How I Made Fifty Cents." The question for debate was one of absorbing interest: RESOLVED, TI1111'1I11'5 SOl'l'L'!l' 15 11111111111'1'01'11II1' 1'111111111111'11' 101116 p0I11j1i of Slip- p1'1f551'11g 1b1' itil' 1'1'1'11111 p111'I01'5 11'111'1'11Q' Co1111111'111f1'1111'111' 11'1'1'k. The affirmatives were Stout and Ward, who spoke against their convictions, but none the less effectively. Nlulford and Winkley in behalf of the negative, pre- Q4 sented the question from a sanitary standpoint, arguing the disastrous effects upon the coherency of dreams. The judges declared that the ice cream toolc the calce, to use the vernacular. lt is needless to say that the judges were Sigs. The criticisms were more or less pertinent. Nlajors noticed one or two rhetor- ical errors. Stout was a little too aminated in his eulogy of the spoon as a social custom. Professor Aldrich was present and jollied the hoys a little, after which was a short intermission. The society was called to order for the husiness session. Ross and Davis were absent. Later these gentleman were fined, having no wlidt excuse. The minutes of the previous meeting were read, expurgated, and finally adopted. Martin was fined for non-performance of duty.t Davis proposed the name of E. Louise VViIliams as a prospective memher. So went the weary rounds. At a late hour while the opposition slumhered and slept, Ewan moved that we do now adjourn, and Sedwick in a few pointed and well chosen words seconded the motion, which prevailed, and the president's gavel fell with an awakening thud throughout the dormitory, summoning all gallant Philos to the wienerwurst carnival. T ATTENDING THE LADIES. PERMISSION HAVING NOT BEEN OBTAINED IFROM THE LADY, IS REGARDED AN INVALID PROCEDURE, l' SEE '97 MELANGE. PAGE 64. X X 95 Sigournean. Motto 2 "CI EDITH BOLDREY, NELL ROBERTSON, EFFIE SMITH, NETTLETON HODAPP NIINNIE HALL, AGNES WILSON, LAURA ASKIN, ORGANIZED 1856. 711156 Lnzfmzs SIIIWI' MO1IfL'llZ Sf1'c11f1'm'." OFFICERS. 1 .K 96 Pn'sz'a'v11z'. 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PETER MEYERS HALL, MAY 6, 1898. HE Sigournean Society had congregated in the Society Hall in the third story. The ladies of our most worthy order had made various futile attempts to balance themselves in the windows, and had tripped the light fan- tastic to the melodious strains of "Tell me with your eyes," which, by the way, was interrupted by the unceremonious entrance of one of the Faculty. Suddenly a determined tap from the gavel at the president's desk was fol- lowed by a silence that filled us all with its intensity, and each member sought her corner in quietness and a hecoming respect for what might follow. Devotional exercises by the chaplain. Calling of the roll hy the critic: EDITH BOLDREY - "I 111111101 S111', 111111' I will 11111' S111' Tl111f 111' is 11111111-111' is 1.11524 11-zu111'." EFFIE SMITH-"1'111 51111' 111111 11'l11'11 l'111 Zig' Llllti 11111, A1111' 'z1'1'111' long' 1'1'111'l1'11g 11'1'1's51's, I 51111111 1'111'0111'11g1' l11'1111x 111 1111 'Till 1111111111111 .7L'LIIll'l'Sl'L'S - O, l10t1' l'Il l1111'1' II11' IIOISI' 1111111 Wluffl -11'l11'sk1'1's 1111 fl11'1'1'j111'1's."- F1'1'l11'. EDNA JENNINGS-"My kingdom for a beau."-Sl111ksp1'111'1'. LAURA ASKIN-"A thing of beauty is a joy forever."-E11"z1'111'11'5. LIZZIE ROBINS-"Give me heauty or give me death." NELL ROBERTSON-"lnaL1dible" - 1f'i111111. MAMIE HERRICK-"Most any color so long as it's red, is the color that suits me best."-F11fl11'. IRENE MARTIN-"And where is the warmth that can compare with the genuine white-horse class?"-A150 F1'11l11'. AGNES WILSON-"The proper study of mankind is 1111111." NllNNlE HILL-"He can who thinks he CL1I'l.H-l!l'Ifg'l'f. 99 FLORENCE SARGENT-"To maintain a well-rounded career, the physical man should be developed as well as the mental."-Burris. NETTIE HQDAPP-"l.r71lKQ'fIfl'I' ,tvllrvs ii s1'!-tw' limp, eflzlli-'1'0112'Z37'i1l snzflvs -zum' ,g'o!iz'u11 . " The rest responded with characteristic appropriateness. The first number on the program was a highly elevating paper on the idea of "Maidenhood" as a life calling, given by Anne Gordon. The treatment of this subject showed an interest almost painful in its intensity. Miss Bonham's recitation, "A Rainy Day," produced a very salubrious effect upon the audience. Kate Mathews gave an original extempore, subject: "Immortality of the Soul" -Eschatology. She showed much depth of thought, however, the w.rr.ls "be en" and "water" were mispronounced. The essay written by Bertha Garrigues and the original story by Belle Barclay, showed philosophic zeal and heart-rending pathos. An original poem, "Laugh and Grow Fat," was read by Harriet George, and left the audience immersed in tears, but they recovered themselves under the influence of the debate. The question was, "Resolved, That Matrimony is a Doubtful Venture." Affirmatives: Mary Campbell, Mary Craig, Negatives: Mrs. Liddle, Flora Green. The affirmatives spoke as if from deep thought and experience. Miss Craig spoke very enthusiastically, closing her speech with the famous expression, "Experience is the best teacher." The negatives spoke with equal fervor, and carried their points in a practical, logical manner that brought conviction to the hearts of many. The judges were so long in making a decision that the president deferred the report till next meeting. 100 f fijiw INTERVIEW. WM ,I sf -A 71-1V,-'I .V .I WV, .1 -nz v - - I jr.: I JSI g .,Af,w.sVV.A "vw A.AI .V I - .s A -AV., 4.,V.. EPI nv" 4 VIE?-'Tiff II. II Q 1. H A ' 'A' 3- I' gh I rVY"Vi.V A .T .- . A ' .'1 A'--'..A Af' -A ' A"' -- , t I I P: I , ,. , V1-f'A ' I Inq: ,yf"' III ui.. . -' -'I I n ' w V.. 4 1 .L -' V. 1 f I VV 4 .A . Af .IA.V - V I. . I 7 V ' .' . . - . s -I A -. " A .. . "I '. .IVV . ,. 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Aj- 'T ' I f ' ' "f .f , 'H ' - V' A " ' -- A - " A' V -' V. VA.. ' ' AV V V. 'AV -'. ' V. , 4 1 A AA' . -V , . .V ,-'- 1 A.: A As V V V A '-: V ' ' ' ' 'IA ' " "' IAC' ' :M nf " 'f ' 9' V V 'AQ "'Y"' E. Y iw ' ., 'I 'm""'. '-" ' ., , ,1,II I I-A . 1, III, ,WXTIIIL I I I Iam.. I 4.. II, I ., ' 6 'U' - I ' . .. 'A 'F V, .VW I+ A .V AA V A j 'A:.,A..1 SLIM. Of'-fA.',: AA ....."w.'...A1'VV..z..11,"imAf. .NM ' ':...A ..VV M . V .HA .nA..VV..5ifr!m..:..f.3. . A4'Va'.w" 'A A Y. M. C. A. S HE Young Nlen's Christian Association was organized in Moores Hill Col- lege in the fall of 'Q4 with ahout twenty charter memhers. From that time tothe present, the Association has enjoyed a continuous growth in effective Christian worlc, and as a factor in college lite. There were at the close ot the winter term ofthe present year over forty active memhers. A weekly prayer service is held each Monday at six P. M. During the protracted meeting at the church half hour preparatory meetings are held each evening. During the year '97-'98 the Association in conjunction with the Y. Nl. C. A. has held two very pleasant socials in honor of the new students-one at the beginning of the school year, the other at the opening of the spring term. The two associations have maintained during the year three Bible classes and one missionary study class. Three delegates were sent to the state convention at Evansville in Novem- herg one to the Student Volunteer Convention at Cleveland in Fehruaryg and it is the plan to send two to the Summer Conference at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, in June. OFFICERS. B. W. ALDRICH, P1'es1'a'w1f. B. R. SMITH, Yjlfc'-PI'6Sl'c7'L,l1f. C. R. STOUT, - Kc'c'0l'iI'l'11,g'Sc'c'l'c'fdlfl'. L. Nl. EDWARDS, C01'1'a5p01m'1'11gSvc1'vft11ji'. F. B. WARD, 'Tm1s11rer. 103 Y. W. C. A. 4 VERY VVednesday evening a number of girls meet in the Association Room to hold our regular devotional exercises. Some may come slowly, GN tired from the day's round of duties, and quietly take their places. The meeting opens with song and prayer and we see the faces of the girls bright- en as the leader reads from the Bible and utters words of cheer and encouragement. How much these weekly meetings mean to the college young women, they cannot appreciate until they leave and live in places where such opportunities are not given them. The devotional exercises are well attended, the average being twenty-hve. The membership is thirty-four, including nearly all the young ladies in school. Missionary meetings are held one a month, which are well attended and prove instructive. We are helping educate a girl in -Boylan School, Jacksonville, Florida. This is a new feature of our work and we took great pleasure in sending our southern friend a Christmas box. Une joint missionary study and three joint Bible classes were organized with the Y. Nl. C. A. The Week of Prayer for young women was observed by sunrise prayer meetings. Some of the best exercises of the year were these meetings. Devo- tional services were held every evening during the protracted meetings. Nine of the Association girls were converted. Two delegates were sent to Geneva last summer, two to the state conven- tion at Terre Haute and one to the Volunteer convention at Cleveland. OFFICERS. AGNES WILSON, - Prv51'dv1zz'. KATE MATHEWS, - Zlzkc-P1't'51't1't'1zi. NETTLETON HODAPP, - fRec01'ti1'1zgSec1'efa1j1'. MINNIE HALL, - Comfspofzliifzg Sec1'ez'a1j1'. NELL STEWART, - 7l'c?f1SZl7'C'I'. 104 Y. M. C. A. QUARTET. GRATES S. JOHNSON, Bfxsso, LOREN M. EDWARDS, BARIIONE BIRNA R. SMITH, SEfynNr TFNOR LESTER B. ROGERS, FIRST TENOR. 105 1 rg 5 . '1 -F I . 0 ., '. 435' , ,-V W- T 'Lg 'A"V'.iL:Q V ' 1 5 v. 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Each contestant shall submit his manuscript to three non-resident judges who shall grade on thought. The Faculty shall constitute the judges on delivery, before whom the contestant shall deliver his oration without other witnesses. The six receiving the highest averages will enter the college contest which shall be held not later than the second Thursday in December, The association has made overtures to the state organization for membership, but while not being allowed that dis- tinction at once on account of the membership limit, the prospects are very favor- able tor the near future. OFFICERS. WILL F. SMITH, P1'e51'a'w1f. LAURA ASKIN, Tmzszffw. A. F. MAJORS, Secrafrzijli. H , X riff' lf Xf - l V Tj ld! f 1 fill l ' li Kg il - ,e 42ff i 10 COLLEGE LECTURE BUREAU. Organizeci tiIII'iIIg the present year. Cwinpiiseci ut two I'epI'eseIItatives eacli fmm the Faculty, Pliilimeilceaii, Pliutfizeteaii ami SigIIIII'IIeaII sucieties and the Epwurtli League: PRQE. LEWIS. WILL SMITH. PRQE. ALDRICH. MARY CAMPBELL. LQREN EDWARDS. n NELL ROBERTSON. PRESTON HYDE. PROP. BIGNEY. RICHARD HARGITT. VV. NI. STEWART. PRESENT YEAR COURSE. CHARLES MONTAVILLE FLOWERS: "Christmas CLll'IJiS,'i Oct. 7. DR. J. P. D. JOHN: "Did Man Make Guci III' Did Ooci Make Man?" Oct. 16. JAMES CLEMENT AMBROSE2 "A Fool in PuliticS," Jan. 11. DR. JOHN REITZELL: "The Devil ami the TLl1'iiiI'l His Own ClJLlI1tI'y',,, Feb. IO MENDELSSOHN QLIARTET, May SI. 108 DR. J. P. D. JOHN Athletic Association. PROP. M. VAYHINGER, - P1'usm'.'1zf. LESTER B. ROGERS, Svc1'eftz1j1'. CRATES S. JOHNSON, - Tm1s111'f'1' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. PROF. VAYHINGER. ALLEN F. MAJORS L. B. ROGERS. W. F. SMITH. C. S. JOHNSON. EDNA JENNINGS. .dxxxxx ' ff Z TENNIS COMMITTEE. J. R. WILLEY. EDNA JENNINGS. PRESTON HYDE. 110 V 4,7 f fn ff ,fi ' 4 I 4Z,..-- QPK -'-' "" ' Y ' fflcx 0150 M. H. C. Ball Team. PROP. A. ROSS, Nlziiitigc-i'. l.. DAVIS, Cziptziiii. l-. ROSS, I L. Nl. EDWARDS, Fii'stB11sc-. B. R. swimi, l Pitciit-I-S. A. F. MAJQRS, Sccimci Bw. C. E. EDWARDS, i HOLT GIVAN, Tliii'dBz1sc-. J. L. DAVIS, 2 CHAS. EWAN, Slwt-Stiip. C. B. J. R. lVluoi'cS Nlrmres Nlfiiiws Nlr1i1l'6S Mi rf WCS M4 mi mi't'S Nlomes Nlimimits Munl'6S Sept. 18, Oct. 2, Oct. 9, Oct. 16, Oct. 23, Apr. 16, May 14, Nluy 20, May 21, Score Book Lost. IA Cutclicis. SYLVESTER, .l EDWIN ,BoLu1QEv, Right Field JQHN GWAN, Lett Field. VVILLEY, Nliddlc- Field. PARTIAL SCHEDULE OF GAMES. Hill College T9 Hill College Hill Cwlleg Hill Crrllegg Hill Cwllcg Hill Crrllcg Hill Cwlleg C' C' C' C' t' Tb. Hill Crmllctgc' Hill Cwllege Picicevillc, Lit Pieiceville, - - Sparta, ut Nlriiiws Hill, - - Dillslwm, z1tNl1mi'es Hill, - - Dillslvrmw, Lit Dillslmw, - Hrmlmzm, alt lVl4irmi'c'S Hill, Town, 11tNlwrii'es Hill, - - ALii'm'u, at Atiiwmixi, - - - Dillslwiwm, ut Nlimuics Hill, - - Atimiu, at lVlfmi'c1s Hill, 112 The Bridge. A PARODY. STOOD on the bridge in tl1e twilight: By my side there stood a maid, As the moon rose over the city VVe moved farther into the shade. XVe looked at the bright reflections Of the tree above our heads, And thought of the Faculty sleeping-- We were sure they were in their beds. And far in the hazy distance Of that lovely night in June. We saw another eouqile NValking beneath the moon. As, talking and laughin-g we heard them, Prof. rose from behind a tree, And moving into the moonlight. Tried very hard to see. But like those waters gliding Down past the stony piers, They flitted into the shadows, And his eyes were filled with tears. How often, 0 how often, In the nights that had gone by, Had he stood near that bridge at midnight And gazed 'neath a Cloudy sky! How often, O how often, I had wished that the etbing tide, Woilld bear him away on its bosom. To the ocean wild and wide! For my heart was hot and restless: Yet, I thought I wouldnt care. If he'd turn his footsteps from us And follow the other pair. And truly he moved out toward them, To see what he could see, Then, only the sorrows of others, Threw their shadows ever nie. 115 Yet whenever alone I wander, To the bridge with its homely sights In a rush of pleasant memories Come the thoughts of other nfights. And I think how manly students, Who are now becoming men, Each bearing his special secret, Have stood on the bridge since then. Time does not check the procession, They yet pass to and fro, Some with steps that are restless, And some subdued and slow. And forever and forever, As long as the college stands. As long as the girls are willing. As long as the clock has hands, The moon and its queer reflections, And its shadows shall appear, As the symbol of love on the bridge. And the Prof. a-trying to hear. f XX-N l -X. X47 118 ,Q 1 , 03 ,. Q vu 1 , PM 5 v X Q 1 1 R x w ' Q . V. ,., 'N "-" "rx - -. 2 - -' L ,g ,x if QI A1 - 9 . 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The little pale half-moon peered out shyly from behind the fleecy, scurrying clouds, at her reflection in the raindrop mirrors. Now and then a soft breeze sprang up, shaking :TRB J the leaves, playful for a moment, then passing on with a contented gurgle. Someway it all reminded one of a lady who laughs gleefully through her tears. Fred Kendall felt the beauty of the night as he walked out of the house. "Well," he soliloquized, "l'll have to get my Anabasis. How l happened to leave it in the lab. is a mystery to me. I suppose l can get in at the window." He turned his steps to the college, walking leisurely, and drinking in the fresh, cooled air. He succeeded in entering the room as he expected, and was turning to leave, when he thought he saw the skeleton move. At that instant too, he realized how wierd the room looked. The pale moon- light appeared to him a ghostly green. The cabinets rose grotesque and dismal with their glistening outlines of bottles. Back of all glared the white wall. A round piece of metal on the window-sill, indistinctly reflecting the moonlight, gleamed like a huge eye. The table seemed to stand in a dark liquid of shadows. The chairs sat in stiff, straight rows as though expecting someone. And there in bare, white outline stood the skeleton. He took in the details in an instant. But the skeleton moved ! He stared at it stupidly for a moment and started to go. But he gave a nervous laugh and went straight towards it. Above it hovered something white. No, it was a human form in white. Long, black hair fell abundantly over the shoulders, and strange, luminous, black eyes looked at him. A breeze came from without and made a queer little sob- bing noise. She stood still, unable to resist the spell which slowly spreazl over him, hold- 122 ing him fast. Suddenly he realized someone was speaking. The noise sounded like the wind murmuring in pine trees. Flowing evenly from between the pale lips the voice said: "You are surprised but not frightened. There is no occasion for fear. I could not harm you if I would and I would not. I have seen you often in this room, and day after day I watch for your coming. "You resemble Bernard, and if I were mortal I think I would love you. Bernard was my ideal. So strong and tall! You have the same merry mouth and frank eyes. "Oh, I loved him! Loved him as a passionate woman loves-a burning, blazing love, that consumes the very being in its intensity. You can never know a love like that. I love him yet. I worship him all these long, dreary days and he does not know it. "In life I was a frail, delicate girl and had to play the part of an invalid. So lallowed myself to be petted and waited upon. Bernard never forgot me for a day. He came to me and told me his plans, his hopes, his joys. How I loved his bright, noisy voice! "Then he went to college. He wrote me such gay, happy letters, and told me of his friends, his class and all the college life." The voice ceased. The wind whistled down the hollow, vaulted halls. The branches clanked against the window. A cloud passed over the moon, making vague shadows with long, outstretched arms. Then the voice with its low, plain- tive, sobbing undertone continued: "Soon he began to speak of Nlildred, how attractive, how good and true she was. At last I saw her-a bright, sweet little thing with eyes that danced,- and fluffy, yellow hair. She reminded me of a butterfly, yet she was always doing something for someone, shedding her brightness everywhere. "I hated Nlildred. Icould not help it. And yet he loved her! I could not wish her harm, for if she had died it would have broken his heart. And I loved him! "My love for him was the one unselfish thing of my life. But mv life was selfish. I never did anything for anyone-took everything, returned nothing. I wasted away and died of a broken heart. No one knew what killed me. "You see I am fastened to my skeleton by a silver chord. Until my skeleton is destroyed I will suffer over and over again from the memories of my life, from 123 the thoughts of what might have been-of the people l might have made happy. How l might have made my weak, hopeless life into one glorious song for his sake! "Oh, you can't realize the despairing pain of knowing it is too late." The dark eyes showed the despair, a little sobbing moan told it, and then the voice went on: "lt my skeleton were destroyed l could go away from the sad memory forever." The voice ceased as the wind mightg the large, strange eyes with their unut- terahle longing looked larger, darker, and more penetrating. The next day the skeleton was sold and another came to replace it. None hut the Professor knew to whom it was sold, and not even he knew what became of it. Nor was it thought of much, for a skeleton is not a very important indi- vidual in college life. ff T T it llll Qlffv r i J " wr' sir , . if , 16,4-f-h,Y 4: g ' 'MG K it ff 4 R 2 te fff fs le 5 uhm A -s is-Q..l.,i f- Q K if - YNY viii g rey, gg. . , Y ' Q ff si? E22 lf fi r ' fig J i , lu - -M 12 124 WW i .- .H . MMKXKNNNWIHHXXSIWMLWWUWMHJH X rj! A 7 ' ff? ? 1?I? ? 'l 5 F fi fwm ' 13 dj Q il U dl g ......,..N ....-We+ M-12-.H .7-an-1-vu-M"-""' Ahwqmvq- bv I VVVKI y'MM,,..-1 ..... j 'VQAMMM , .I M1L.w...,L h ,C .?!nF,Y.4flw1liMl- - ,,wx Hic: acet Mathews. ILLLOVV-CITIZENS and friends! Lend me your ears, I come to sympathize with Mathews Iiot to praise hint. The jokes that people would play on others Are oft turned back upon themselves. So it was with Mathews. it at 'F i' it He is my friend, faithful and just to me. But Vayhinger says he was ambitious And Vayhinger is an honorable man. it He oft hath duped the callow Presp. Wltose green.ness hath for general pleas-ure served Dial this in Mathews seem ambitious? it it ii I speak not to dispute what Vayhinger hath spoke, But here I am to speak what I do know. Bear with me: my heart is Out in the iield where Mathews was And I must pause till it come back to me, It you have tears. prepare to shed them now. You all do know this coatg I remember The first time Mathews put it on: It was the winter term of '97, That day he had returned from Milan. Look! in this place ran the hedgeethorn through: See what a rent the barbed-wire fence- hath made. Through this another barb hath made its way- And note how the mud is spatteired on it As iushing on he leaped into the creek To be resolved if he could hide or no. Miller. as you know, was Mathews' angel: Judge, O ye gods, how dearly Mathews loved liinl Yet when Mathews saw him turn Fear, more strong than love for fun Quite overcame him. Then, springing ott with mighty leap, And going through the- fence which tore his coat Even intothe creek that was filled with mud Great Mathews fell, And-oh, what a fall was there! 126 Apropos the Oratorical Association. " I" PROP. LEWIS. "It came to me in L1 vision last night that our method wasn't correct. But iis is an v11zr1'g'r11q-1'. "-PROP. BIGNEY. "Let there he no feeling in this matter. Don't, I heg, make it a class affair. It is an u111t'1'gz'11fQ1'. "-PROP. VAYHINGER. "I am afraid we have spoiled the Seniors. They have shown Ll disposition to rule in this v11zv1'gz'11q1'."-PROP. ALDRICH. Isn't this 11 whale of an unzrf'gr11qi1'.'-PROP. ROSS. "The ideu1'!"-MRS. WILLIAMS. ...,lm.I.IIl4,,.I Qu a certain Thursday, Right after dinner, All the students to a man, The saint and the sinner. O11 one errand ran. Reason for the haste Is not far to seek: Came the contest of the State Association on that week- Littie time to wait. Constitutions rise On a short notice, Not in that need lies The power to thwart us. :Emergency finds a Wayg Soon We at Primary play, ThOllgh that takes but a day. 127 X ?f af ik' ,-X . K X xx XSS: x XX -'X xy 4, E 0 X M 5 KX K X 1 N Q xgx V' x L X xi fijff f lgd I I' xiii! 1 fuk! ' H" W!! Ziff- Q f ffff' M. M' iqf+f'f'7" ,x mf' ' u I Xxff l nt 5 V X N w w N N Q I.. X ,. x x A M , X 1 X Nfl ' - N x I M X J Cn! M l X. xy! If - - F ' Q ,J Nw ' . 1, r M W? " Sayings of Great Men and Women. "Thenry tai. practice are tliahwlically nppnse-tl.''-EDWARDS. "That man at the Ann Arhnr Cnnventiun was almut as little as Mr. Cnttnn, if he xvasn't sn higf'-PROP. ALDRICH. "VVhere was ynu at P"-PROP. LEWIS. "Any enrrectinns tn the ninnients P"-L. ROSS. "I lcnnxv now what the strip-shnrter tlnes in the game."-lVlISS ASKIN. "As a general thing it is nften the case."-WALKER. "We have gene sufficiently tar ennuglif'-SOPH. "I hate tu hear anynne use slang. lt just lcills me."-MISS VVILSON. "Yun wun't catch me wearing a Senior cap an.l gnxvii. lalxvays tlitl hate Catholicism."-MISS LOYD. "Please hring things hack where ynti left them."-PROP. BIGNEY. "He is authnr nt cnnsitlerahle 'and lcnmvs more ahntit Nlanimntith Cave than any living man."-PROP. BIGNEY. "l don't want tn see anyone ahsent at the lecture."-PROP. BIGNEY. "Wliy, you have ruined nne of my lahnratory razors! l tnuntl two nielcs in the same place, almost."-PROP. BIGNEY. "You can't always sometimes tell."-PROP. BIGNEY. "There the hirth of lntlepentlence tirst came intra existence."-PROP. BIGNEY. And there are many other funny things that Prnt. Biginey hath saitl, the which, it they were written every one, we stippnse that all the Nlelanges ever published could not contain the things that Cfflllll he written.-AMEN. 129 A NIELANGE CORRESPONDENT MAKES INVESTIGATION OF THE JUNIOR CAP AND GOWN EPISODE. AN INTERVIEW WITH DOWD B. WHITE. OORES HILL, IND., DECEMBER 3, I8Q7i-Al'I'IVIl'lg on the scene of the Junior fiasco, l at once began investigations. I learned that the cap and gown burlesque was a boomerang. The audience did not rise in hilarious appre- ciation of the joke as Hrst reported, but the dilapidated, emergency-constructed, cheese-cloth caps and gowns of the Junio1's served only as foils to the digniHed, handsome garb of the Seniors, and the belated, promiscuous manner in which the former entered and took their seats, emphasized by contrast the splendid pageantry of the Senior procession, as with stately steppings and in perfect time to the grand march, they filed in and took their seats with tremendous eclai. This account was gleaned from an interview with one, Dowd B. White, an eye-witness, who, though a Kentuckian and a Freshman, is credited with a proper respect for veracity. In his unusual zest in relating the woes of the Juniors, I suspected a phase of the situation which had not yet come to light, and on my urgent request, he told me the entire story. The afternoon of the rhetoricals an inkling of the contemplated hoax 'of the Juniors leaked out, and the Freshmen, hanging about the shop-windows and street corners, as is their custom, saw their opportunity for some fun and were not slow to grasp it. A council extraordinary was called and the question considered of attempting to lay violent hands upon the Junior wardrobe. Sylvester, Vayhinger and Boldrey thought it altogether possible and favored the idea. Miss Pelsor clapped her hands in approval, while Misses Barclay and Mathews cleared the ground three feet at the suggestion. Old Man Ward had some conscientious scruples, but was willing to waive them if some one could be found to do the deed. Miss Smith was unanimously in favor of trying. 130 "Do you remember Mr. Majors' stand in the matter P" "I think Majors declared that his mind was too much pre-occupied to expostu- late on such chimerical propositions." "And how did you regard the question P" "Well, I thought it a first-rate idea." Mr. White continued the narrative. "The vote was taken and it was decided to make a raid on the caps and gowns before they blossomed forth that night. The most dauntless men of the class were chosen for the venturesome deed. lt fell to the lot of Majors, presumably from his familiarity with the premises, to proceed to Miss Wilson's room. This he did at an opportune time under my protection, and returned with his quota of the coveted costume. "Vayhinger, under cover of Boldrey's shot-gun, went to Mr. Rogers'head- quarters, and, Ending the gentleman out? began ransacking drawers, old boot-tops and what-nots. lt was some time before the object of the search was found at the bottom of a barrel of forgotten love-letters. Vayhinger promptly tucked away the bundle under his coat and made a rapid exit." Two hours later, three stalwart Juniors-Walker, Edwards and Stout, armed to the teeth and with blood in the eye, rapped at the door of the home of Miss Smith, where the stolen goods had been concealed for safe keeping. The dool' opened and the three entered unceremoniously. Mr. Walker was the spokesman. You see Mr. Walker in the foreground. Miss Smith i sits meekly under his T flood of invective. He is M capable of using many words, but sometimes the meaning is a little coy. He is also a metaphysician. ln a recent public oration he declared that " Time is a limited portion of durationg i V the events of history are in the boat of time as it sails MMR.. ROGERS was OALLING on MANCHESTER srnsxafr ur 'run TIME. Wann NOT ramms YOU MAY SEE HIM AT HOME. Hier O L1-'lf through the great ocean of duration, flapping its wings as she goes." So far as known, lVlr. Walker was the first to announce this discoverytto the gaping, wondering world. "Can you recall Nlr. VValker's remarks on that occasion ?" Nlr. Walker, with much stress of voice, dilated upon the enormity of the offense, and said : V "ln the name of ,justice which you have grossly and wantonly violated, and which threatens to bring you to speedy account for this unspeakable crime ! ln the name of the Class of '99, who wait outside with canes to vent on you their vindictive wrath! ln the name of the Faculty whose mandates you have trans- gressed! ln the name of conscience, reason and justice, I demand now, forthwith, immediately, on the spot, the full and free relinquishment and unqualified surrender of the aforesaid trappings and belongings of the class of eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, IIOII vollzpfs IIIFIIILIDS, 511' SUIIIPUI' frm11111's, U pl111'1'lv115 111111111. " "And what was the effect of the suggestion of Nlr. Walker !" lt is needless to say. Miss Smith delivered over the contraban,l, and the trio departed to receive the congratulations of their class-mates for their heroic action in recovering the caps and gowns. The Juniors rallied and fitted up anew the damaged robes, and appeared the same evening at the Senior rhetoricals with the reception above noted. VERITAS. QQ -.fQ.f'l X' 'i 45-, ,f -X lr lr fl li r i cfm, xg . ,f lr pm, l rzf 132 -'- 'K W A ffl-777' '1'-L-.ET We l f'M'g7W':f gl! 1 f M ff . I I' , I ' WWW f i+ 'H' .V 2 N wx Aggxwyf. KM W N ,,, , if Q5 X A .! V b x M'Wm N 'NN X Wir NNN , I af tsl! N V, -N29 UIIIAL1 ' -1 - - 1 ,f, fg I f I r i- -3 "A d -- ' W' ' .. 'T Y If , Y flap--:,,. ! L I , , - V 4 1 f , pw 1 J ,fm K Y , , lf- --E , rf., , f my .fl '. ' 1 Y W 1 Mx LQ, X "',"', ' Mfj vw flags, Had j fff f 7 1 n A ' Q ,el Sffwvx f N MJ,Zf'Wh '14 ,n,fii,Wf, 4 ! X N f Xxx if F ,M X Qi is ii J f i W W ,Q ff' Good Luck. ! 'r',,lf . X ' , ,Mx 11,1 ,f h x, :Wi 2 if , 7- 1 il li ., -ii, f X gXNif' I, .1 ,l 5 " be xx i e xiii ' i V-.rm af, 1 v.x,,k, 7,4 x,,, x,QI,j,,i, FX it 1 , xi ' '51 f. fmt' 3 i or - 47 , N if v ,if Wi ,X N the Garden of Learning, Ninety Eight, Unacquainted, did discover The good-omened four-leaved clover As a charm to challenge fate. In the Garden cf Learning, Ninety Eight, Unacquainted, wandered long, 'Ere she knew what powers belong To the charm that conquers fate. The Gaiden of Learning, Ninety Eight, Soon must leave, but 'ere she goes She would give the charm to those, Who still fora talisman Wait:- Hk 2? 11 if if Pk -.- Ability, purpose, push and pluck, These four leaves will bring good luck. fu? -wreak- Lament of the Bridge THE bridge, the old bridge is gone! Cruel workmen without feeling Tore it down. That had borne the tramp of feet On the daily college beat, And the secret mighty stealing From the town. O the bridge, they say, was old! Every timber had a story- Had it told- Of class-Inottos painted bright In the glimmering lantern light, Telling all the World their glory ln letters bold. To the bridge that now is gone. Other stories than of V.2'-.l' Did belong- Thus with old things we must part: Thus does Progress, without heart, Caring naught for things that arc. Bear us on. 134 From the Recitation Room. Professor in Beginning Latin-"What is the word for war?" Gus. Vayhinger-"Pugnosef' al .93 3 Professor in Physics-"What is electricity?" Mr. Collier-"I - I -I know, but I can't tell." Professor-"I hope you will soon be able to tell, for you are the only one that ever knew what it is." .99 .5 .93 Professor-"Why do you not have your lesson, Mr. Sylvester?" Mr. Sylvester-"I was contaminated by an agent last night, who wanted to sell me some stereoscopic views." I3 .93 .3 Professor-"I tell you this war is counting already: wheat went up to a hun- dred and Hfty four cents yesterday!" .29 .29 .99 Thoughtful student-"Professor, do fossils grow on that fossil tree?" of .ai al . IN GREEK-Preston Hyde Qto whom long lessons had become irksomeb- "Wouldn't it be advisable to take up some outside work instead of reading so much Greek?" Prof. Aldrich Qsome days laterj-"I have been thinking of Mr. Hyde's remarks, and their value has grown upon me. In addition to your usual lesson, I want you to draw a map of Athens, and write out the proceedings of a court trial at the time of Demosthenesf' .25 .95 .4 Miss W. Qtranslatingj-"They all stood up and clapped their feet." .X .99 .23 Professor in Greek-"NIr. Collier is not reciting in Greek as well as he ought. Do you suppose it is possible that he is love-sick?" 135 An Unlucky Stroke of Policy. This fragment of a dialogue was overheard: Representative of Nlelange Puhlishers-"This is a Methodist school?" Nlrs. Williams-"Yes," "The Nlethodist is a great church." "Y-e-s." "You have such fine preachers. I heard Bishop Vincent once. Iconsider him the greatest preacher I ever heard." "Y-e-e-s." "Take the other churches-the Episcopalian for instance-there is not much religion in that church. All they care for is money and form." I 9 .. 1 I Gleanings. QThe field was cut green. The gleaning of our editor is hut a small portion of the harvest.j B. R. Smith-"My sakes! that ice cream Willie went to Cincinnati to get for our Soph reception was immense! It was in the form of elephants, giraffes, horses, and soldiers, you know. ----- It was ,252 ice-cream! - - ---- It was the richest ice-cream I ever ate! Came from the city, you know! - - - - But then we don't care for expenses. We are the wealthiest class in school." Hurst Sargent-"I am not going to hear 'The Fool in Politics' Iguessl have heard it. It was either that or something else. Did I ever hear it, mamma?" Howard Mathews-"Bert G. is awful green and he doesn't know it. He's got a lot to learn." I Edna Jennings-"I am going to he awful careful this year not to do anything green. I don't want the Seniors to get a joke on me." 186 An Order for a Picture. BY MISS A W, f GOOD painter, tell me true, Has your hand the cunning to draw Shapes of things that you never saw? Ay? Well, here is an order for you. A road and a saw-mill very dark-- The picture must not be over bright. For 'twas evening and the shades of night Obscured the most familiar mark. A Wheel-barrow you can scarcely discern- Two human forms, you must paint for me. Sitting upon it, and they must be The only forms painted, as you will learn. One you must paint, sir, justlike me, The other-he was straight and tall- Listen closer when you've done allg Under the barrow a shade must he. One little urchin, crouching there, Listening to all that he can hear- High as the heavens your name I'll shout, If you'l1 paint me the picture andleave him out! ,A x 'C 4 l A tx :T ,,- 4? F 137 Melange Phonograph. Jay Eldee-"My head has been aching all day. Guess l'll have it extracted." Miss Smith-"l would suggest having it filled." .99 .29 .3 Little Harold-"Papa, l love to hear that Martin girl play the organ." Mr. Hargitt-"Do you mean Hortense?" Harold-"ls she the black one or the red one?" ai .2 .Al Student-"l am going away, Professor, will you lend me a telescope?" Professor of Science-"Mine burnt up in the fire, but l have a pair of opera glasses. " .3 .29 al Professor-"Miss Martin, perhaps there was design in not giving you a middle name. You were supposed to add a name." Miss lrene-"Well, I have been thinking about that for some time." .29 .29 .8 Miss Wilson Qdiscussing aSig's conductj-"The idea of her asking for a kiss!" CSo1m' om' t'0Il'.QA11S Jowz Sfr7I'l'SD. "lt sounds like Majors." .99 .5 .Al Miss C. to Mr. Johnson, just returned from Qsgood, where he had been soliciting ads.-"What success did you have?" Mr. Johnson-"All the business men were out of town. l made a few calls, however, and met with encouragement." J' .Al .Al Mr. Rogers-Prof. Lewis said that one song at the recital was worth the fifteen cents to him." - Miss-"Whose was it?" Mr. Rogers-Ch, I can't say. CHalf an hour later, in a whisperj Say, it was mel" J' J' J' ' Miss Boldrey Qexultinglyb-"I have practiced three hours before chapel this morning." Mrs. Williams-"Mercy! You must be awful dumb if you don' know any- thing now." 138 WANT COLUMN. 'Ads can be inserted in these columns at a very low price. Our aim is not a large profit but the good of the public.-Editors. An Oratorical Association - EVERYBODY No Sham - - SENIORS I Beaux SOPH GIRLS I Arrows ---- '- - - CUPID QNOTE -He has loaned all of his to the junior and Soph girls.-En11'oRs.y A Base-Drum - WILL SMITH A Trumpet, EDWARDS A Little Horn, - - BIRNIE SMITH Cake, - Y. M. C. A. QUARTET Engagements, COLLEGE QUARTET Ditto, - THE WAGGERS IO cents, ,,,. - - HURST SARGENT fThe public can see the reason on the face of it, or see appendixq The Seniors as an example, - FACULTY Watches warranted not to run down, FACULTY r.XVe want to make it present to the senior-so Anything to laugh at, - - MISSES PELSOR, HODAPP AND OTHERS A day of 25 hOLll'S for the beneht of the G1'eekS, PROF. ALDRICH Admiration, - MINNIE HALL 139 FT E l ...A SQ , 'U ? Eg Q 3 44.-Q JK fUe.XU. LL's9fg 'P E W 7 ' Y W V-W ' K rm Y Nm! IT SEEMS TO ME S I stood one night In the moonlight, And gazed on the clouds above, There came to my heart. With a rushing dart. Visions of Gods great love. Sometimes the y iloa t, Like a rocking boat, Out on the great, bl Then they disappear, And Cause us to fear They have entered t The Clouds. Those beautiful clouds! Those Wonderful clouds! Those clouds of the silvery sheen! Those clouds that are still, .lust over the hill, While the moon And the fleeting clouds, The silvery clouds Float past with a gliding motion, And make one think He is on the brink Of the great, wide, foaming ocean. They Hoat away Witli a motion gay ue waves: And as they change Far out o'er the great peeps in between' expansion Into shapes so strange, QX tr - Ji vp Week c- V Y, X Wy PX -- ' X he ocean Caves. X Ns We think of a crystal mansion. 4 ' ' t Lit :Elle ' . x , - N-N ' 'N sb' as- n 1: -.K . ' i FX N 9- f- :'f.i'?i:5 it tif' -'DKK - XSQQW 7 -,' " J l X3 l J N HSN' 2, ,rj"S f: ' 5 gist, Q - -' - -' 4- 2 f : qs ,s ses A . . xi . ..t. -' f t N W f 'F5 ' W y- 2 ix' 1 fi' E . ti ny Q t- - . X -il Q .L Qqlr w ,viii , x N , i- 1-. -,-1-Q' .1 l - : - W . 1, , n ,lip . --A L-, 5+ a 'tfZi'r:fs-1 . - .1 .. aft. 5-ttttiewwllll xlxtw lt ' f 'YT 1 Y -Qrf? vifl? vt '-Qifwtn L11 ' N. 1 -7 L7-1 '-QT' ff' Al-, ,,,JllEl3L'g?EQwq 1'-,jj 1'Xq.-:Bti-x'g3'f"Qx Xqwt M. " 4 'f f it-ff --I-we , ham g - ..-. i.. . .,v X if - , - a, f- ,f ff ,:,,. - ..--vw "' M' ' if'-K 2 . --at .W "QQ "N:-.,., ...milf X 4.99 1 ',:i, '37 -ai.-A ',.,i,Q-rs-"J 7 2 ,R f f 'gi F: 3, Wu- ' f Ci X 'T of of 1 st eu 4- , ,lLw"'V ff T 1' f "'- S" 'Lk ff' ' J 5 S ' 7 K if AIBX 0.1.0-vi 1 nf j I ? 141 Receptions. Y. Nl.1ll1Ll Y. W. C. A. Sophomore - - - Junior-Senior Freshmen ---- Prof. and Mrs. Lewis to Seniors Senior-Faculty - - - Prof. and Mrs. Bigney to Seniors ----- - Prof. and Mrs. Aldrich, Prof. and Mrs. Vziyhinger, Mrs. Williams and Prof. Ross to Seniors - - - '- - - Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. Freshmen - - Miss Stewart to Seniors Miss Campbell to Seniors - Dr. and Mrs. Sargent to Seniors Miss Boldrey to Seniors - Mr. and Mrs. Hargitt to Seniors Misses Martin to Seniors - Miss Loyd to Seniors - - Rev. and Mrs. Machlun to Seniors L 477, , 1 2 Sept. II Sept. 18 Feb. 14 Feb. IQ March 1 March 8 MLll'CllIQ April 4 April 9 April 23 May I4 May 21 May 24 May 28 June 4 June 6 June 8 June 9 Chaucerian. He nioste preehe and wel affyle his tunge To wynne silver, as he right wel eowdeg Therefore he sung ful meriely and lowde.--Prof. Lewis. Not a word s-pak he more than was neede All that he sipak it was of heye prudence.-Prof. Ross. Wei eovrde sche earie a inorsel, and wel keepe- That no dropefil uppon hire bresrt.-Mrs. Williams. To draw folk to heven by his fairnesse By good ensample, was his I-usynesse.-Prof. Vayhiniger. Curteys he Was, lowly, and servysable.-Prof. Aldrich. No Wher so besy a man as he thet was And' yet he seemed besier than he was.--Prof. Bigney. an at Copeland in Rhetoric And now I lay meidown to sleep. I do not know this lesson deep: If Prof. should call before I wake. Don't laugh, I pray, for his dear sake.-Amen. ae an Sorry That He Spoke. Edwards fto Miss Jennings, who had prepared copy forthe Junior programsj- "lf the printers can't read Will Smith's writing better than I could, there will he a lot of mistakes." Miss J.-"He is a poor writer." 143 FOR SALE. Juniors and Sophs in a fair state of preservation. Inquire of JUNIORS AND SOPHS CTl1is all. wus iriswlcfl jus! ufler the hall game. Nu azzsruvrs have been 1'er'viimfl.I Red Caps and Gowns. Made of a good quality cheese-cloth. The handsome Senior cut. A great bargain. They will he sold very cheap. Address EDNA JENNINGS 1000 circulars of Opera Quartet. Makes excellent scratch paper. Inquire of'EDWARDS, or MRS. WILLIAMS. NOTICE. ANY ONE FEELING AGGRIEVED BY ANY RER- SONAL REFERENCE IN THIS VOLUIVIE, WILL EN- TER HIS COMPLAINT, AND IF HE IS VERY SORRY HE WILL BE RARDONED. EDITORS IVIELANGE. FOUND. RQST at Il1St.T-MISS BOLDREY. A heau that suits mv.-MISS HALL. A new receipe for baking potatoes.-MRS. WILLIAMS. Somewere between Martin's and town, in the mud, near the sidewalk, several good-sized footprints. They look like g1entIemen's. O US SS N 144 KK College Hymnology. "Br flzvfr soziigsyv kno-zu flzullz. Oh, my love is like the red, red rose" Cfug1uej,trio- MOORE, BOLDREY AND WARD "The girl l left behind me," ----- DAVIS Cl Gipsy's warning," "Meet me where we parted last night," "Dear Robin, l'll be true," - "Tell me with your eyes," "Oh, hush thee, my baby," "Oh no, l never mention him," "Come haste to the wedding," - - "Uh, ye tears" Cpronounced either wayj, - "The farmer boy," ll Don't you go, Tommy," "The queer little man," "Down on the O -hi - o," - SEDWICK AN "Tell Will to set the kettle on," - If Lady-bird," - "Dear heart, we're growing old," if Don't tell mother," --is-l Innocence Abroad. - ROSS MISS LOYD COTTINGHAM MISS HARGITT - HARGITT MISS SARGENT MISS BOLDREY IVIATHEWS MISS HODARR MISS JOHNSON MISS HALL D COLLIER, JR MRS. SMITH - ROGERS MISS WILSON EDWARDS Student to Prof. Ross-"Let's hurry and get to the bank before the boat leaves." Prof. Ross-"Oh, is this the Street the bank is on? l have business there.' .29 '29 Q9 Student fat ball gamej-"See the crowd on the sunnersf' A 8 .3 Sylvester-"ls Hr7lf7L'l"5 Udwlfll' a monthly paper?" .99 .3 .23 At Y. W. C. A.--"ls the Etuzzzgvl a better paper than the Y. Nl. C. A. Organ?' NliSS Campbell-"l do not know enough about men to tell." 145 A unior's Farewell Faster move the wheels of Time Than we dream, l+'aslter as each year goes by Doth it seem. Time, "relentless in his course," Bears us on, Till the days, the months, the years, Soon are gone. to the Seniors. lt is June! Again we greet A closing year. And the time when We must part, Draweth near. Forth into the busy world, To challenge fate, Goes another class, the class Of ninety-eight. All the 1nem'ries of the Past Now return, And with feelings like to pain Do we yearn For the days, the bygone days, For the years Of the Past, their shade and sunshine, Smiles and tears. What the Future waits to give None can tellg But the heart with purpose true Knoweth well That no deed is counted small In His sight, VVho doth see the motive' strong For the Right. Oh the years, oh the years, The fleeting years! They have filled us oft with hope, Oft with fears, But the Past is gone for aye, And who knows' ln the Present, what the Future May disclose? Oh the men1'ries of the Past, How they thrill! And our hearts with secret pain How they fill! Can it be the parting hour Is so nigh! Can it be that soon we say Our last good-bye Z' Ninety-eight! We give to thee Now from out the college halls, Our farewell, YOU 1I1L1St g0 Whether we shall meet again, Forth to meet in active life Who can tell? Friend and foe, Vvill you take thispe-.rting m6SSHg0 Far apart may lie our paths, As a sign O'er life's way, Of best wishes from the class But each path though dark may lead Of ninety-Hlifle? To Heavens day. 146 -C. R. S Acrostic. No, We could ill have spared them In the past, Ntlt- C-an we better how than then Elulure to eflst The thoughts of them to c-hanqes Years bring so fast. EVEI' shall we miss them here In these halls, G-ladly we'll welcome them each yearg Harte eaffh recalls The memories of them so clear. ' xx ' I XX , 7 W ffj x ,J 2 4' 5? A, 5'L,2,,.yl, I tn.. if X 'f -. 7.1 4 '-' . I ' " ' "1 " "" A 's3 h1tv+e, 5 fe 4 gr .vt KT -. 7' ". -- v 'll J E eLYElnte!lI ,,u!t5-Mlx 12.-:gd .. O ..l7.t, Y -1 A QQQD EPLAQE. Q SEQEP., Wll HI ex 0.Lev7' 147 HEN speeding past Moores Hill on the train, at a forty mile rate, and on down Hogan Creek, just after the swollen stream had discharged the great volume of its waters into the Ohio-"when banks are high, the waters low,"- the writer observed, resting parallel with the shaded stream, an old tree which had drifted until it had "grounded." This once proud monarch of the forest thus fallen and resting beneath the shade of the trees, which in turn must fall, suggested the following lines. THE SAME OLD WAY. ln ages past the storm winds blewg An acorn fell, and lodged and grew: And lovers oft. beside the stream. Beneath it's boughs, would sit and dream The same old way. The ages gone, the storm king calls- And o'er the stream the tall oak falls. Here lovers, cross, so still and slow, And linger long in nioonlight's glow The same old way. The floods, in early snpfringtime, rose From falling rains, and melting snowsg The old oak rode the swirling tide, When banks were low and streams ran wide The same old way. The sun shines bright: the March winds blow The banks are high, the waters low- Now, rests the oak by shaded streain. There lovers sit and fondly dream The' same old way. They dream andwed and wend their way To Free1nan's store, some gladsome day. For furniture and carpets too. At little cost to fit up new- The - same old way. Youth and manhoodg then, storms of age, Alas! Man falls-a written page! He loved and dreamed, sorrowed-is gone. Others follow, while time Hows on The same old way. R. H. FREEMAN 81 CO., OSGOOD, IND. Appendix. OR humanitarian considerations an elaborate appendix, explaining in full the puints uf the julfes found in this volume, was prepared at immense expenditure uf time and labor hy urder uf the Nlelange Board, hut nur julie editor having possession uf the manuscript, suddenly left for the seat of the Spanish- American war, using the copy in packing his numerous photographs. By the way the Nlelange presents a splendid array uf advertisements. Yuu will have mnre uf this wfn'ld's wisdom if you give them a careful perusal. ii 'Che Hurora ational Bank, No, 2,963. PAID UP CAPITAL, f'p50,000. 5.2255 President, WILL F. STEVENS. Vice-President, ROBERT MAYBIN Cashier, ALEX B. PATTISON. 553.5 DIRECTORS: Will F. Stevens Robert Maybin, Thos. Johnston, H. P. Spaeth, H. D. Hanover John R. McConnell, Alex B. Pattison. JHBJM5 Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Undivided Profits and Surplus, SI2,000. Calendar. Gpening Day. Dr. Martin and Dr. Cotton talk of responsibilities and mother's pumpkin pies until new students shed tears and old ones grin. Prof. Lewis collects tuition. Prof. Aldrich demands the usual titty lines of Greek. Nlr. Collier is presented with a cushion hy little nephew Paul, who says, "Aunt Maggie sent it." -Prof. Bigney and the children go to Cincinnati and see the monkeys. II-SllClLll in Chapel. Free refreshments. All surprised. ' -Seniors hold a reunion. -Base hall season opened for fall term hy slaughter of Pierceville, 24 to 8. Sophomores eat watermelon at Dr. Nlartin's. Green absent. -Johnson is compelled to take two girls to church after vainly endeav- oringi to dispose of one. iii EEQQQEEEEQ To do AGood Printing requires not only care, but up-to-date material. I put both of these ingredients into all of my work. FINEJ PRINTING Q is my specialty. I will not do a poor job. E ,A y 'I I make a specialty of printing for Schools ' and Collegesa I.do all the work for sev- eral such insutuuons and know their qui'ements. ,JU V4 V93 '29 L93 el Q23 Q9 U99 J! 1'6- Prices are as Low as Good Work can be Produced. .29 J J .aa Write and ask about what you want. .29 .3 J. W. COCKRUIVI, Oakland City, Ind. Q , EEEEEEQEEE Miss E. JL. lglesltiuwle WTWMWMWMMMMAMM HAS E0 39 E W X Clothier, LATEST I STYLES. " " ' Always Up-to-Date. saw 2 +A THE T t 2 S 2 S I I-latteremcl Gents' Furnishers. FINE MERCHANT TAILORING gi A SPECIALTY. . . is TRUNKS, SATCHELS, ETC. 1bouse u.owEs'r Pmczs. 'n the CMU' 27 and 29 walnut street, PRICES ALWAYS MODERATE LAWRENCEBUI-26, IND 74 High Street, LAWRENCEBURG, IND- ggWWwwWWwwWWAwWwt iv M B H' F. W. KASSEBAUM. J. L, KASSEBAUM F. W. KASSEBAUM 8: SON, Marble and Granite Memorials 55 flrtlstle Designs . HASSEBAUNESON. No.5 ' fr Only the est Material and Work furnished wfNrNr'x4wr Q Q 5 OF LOW AND HIGH PRICED WORK FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. A WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I And Give Special Attention to Lettering 1 1 if ,cg , I ' as is at 5 Q 1 U39 QUINCY BARRE WESTERLEY I RED SCOTCH and SWEEDE D up GRANIT ES. It fZ' Q Vermont, Georgia, Ital- gg, ian and St. Lawrence A Marbles as ae aeaeaeae V PUR TR A I TS. it ., .1"' . .v. A W ifi C R A YON A N D PA S TE L. A -,- , ,. -M-U.. ff cf, 1.1-...l .fl..'. , I. 3512. Why give your orders to some one you don't know and get poor work, when you can get as good as the best rightathome. .29 J- .29 J- J- .af .ai .al .al .al OEO. DRAPER, Artist. I have examined Mr. Draper's work and find it quite satisfactory. c. s. JOHNSON. Sept. Sept Sept. Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Calendar. 20-Acting President Lewis attends conference. 28--Freshmen appear in green. 29-Freshmen salted. Sophomores suspected. 30-Prof. Lewis interviewed hy aggrieved douhle nits who think their character ruined forever. 2-Ball game. Sparta falls, I8 to 13. 7-"C!ll'!StlllLlS Carols" in the M. E. church hy Charles Mrlntaville Fluxvers. 9-Base hall. Dillshorn makes hut une, while the hoys in hlue score tive. 15-Prnt. Lewis suggests ri'rri'l1:g'lvf strulls among the falling leaves for those in poor health. - U I6-Girls prove Jonahs for the hall huys at Dillshoro. Score card lost. Dr. Jnhn's lecture, "Did Man Make God or Did Gnd Make Man?" list- ened to hy a delighted audience. The lucky eight feast at a late hour. ATTENTION! ABOUT FACE! MARCH! -s-"e1s...'s1'1."nfs..'srw.."srnf-1s..fxznfs'-.fs1'-..fsaN..fx1 VVI-IITI-TER? TO mrs. S- GF- Kerr's millinery and Notion Store, Corner of College Avenue and South Broadway Street. A full line of Dress Hats, Walking Hats and Bonnets, Latest Styles in.Trlmmings. Orders taken for anuthing inthe Org Goods line. Class Colors a Specialtu. Call aqd See Her Displau. Moores Hill, Indiana. vi B9 Ar, if 5' ESTABLISHED 1882 t I PEOPLEB NATIONAL BANK , LAWRENCEBURG, IND. A A 9 A ff Capital, . . 560,000 Q 0. Surplus, ..... 512,000 , Yfi1iJi'i1i'i'lf0Eh?tiPE1i'EiI?wwW?8 9 X . W. Lawrenceburg City, Dearborn County and United States Bonds Bought and Sold. i1i"e11'w1iu1iiu1?1rG1i'i1Ei11ri1fv11m1r ' 'A A WM. P. PROBASCO, President. P. BRAUN, Cashier. 1 , H, S. PROBASCO, Vice-President. P. C. BRAUN, Assis't Cashier. tw aaliailsaga 'va wzm frm nm nnnnm.nn1mQmm -ua umm W. E. QHHMBERLHIN, Che mutual Elie l.OF NEW YORK. OF ALL KINDS. CARPETS AND PICTURES. CARPET5 CUT TO FIT ANY SIZE ROOM. Furniture Repairing. Varnishing and Upholstering. LAWRENCEBURG, IND.f-rf Largest Company in the World. Oldest in the United States. STRONGEST, SAFEST, CI-IEAPEST, . Q . . BEST. Assets lan. Ist, I898, S253,786,437.66. Agents Wanted in unoccupied territory in Southern Indiana. Apply to C. M. BOWERS, District Agent, moomas HILL, IND. V ll Q ' PK ' 11' 6 jf I ,AQ who are we? 12 w. R. CRAWFORD at co., 5 o :MQ Giommission Z'9 ,Q MXL, flbercbants may X Forthesale of .... Gyn! 5 Cattle, Hogs and Sheep. ' N M133 xt I, I UP0:hIf:2e:R,H:1fz,:IIazv2fIifozisxi 536215 9 to our vltock 21stc:meZ,l:3mgIIlIheE3ieAsLx511:zIr1I3are as follows: I , GEL C1 GEORGE WEIIVIZER, f They h'i.:ve Ein the firm for , Q.. the past I8 years, and have made a, success 5.4 S in every respect. .al .29 .al .al J' .al .al .29 A Xl what are we? CINCINNATI uNloN srocx YARDS. ffl I al where are we? Y , C, h CINCINNATI, oHIo. I hf . AQ H Q Lf' V I f: " . 9 be J' S2553-bf' ' 'WL Oct Oct Oct Oct Calendar. 23-One-siclecl contest on the hall fieltl. Holman the victim. Feature of the game, Sylx'ester's coaching. 25-Colorecl VVarhlers warhle QFD at the M. E. church under the recommen- clation of Prof. Vayhinger. 26-Prof. Vayhingger complimented for his good judgment UQ. 30-White-caps visit Prof. Alclrich ancl receive a cool reception. Miss Moore, after some emharassment, discovers that her guest is not Minnie. NOV. I0-Mathews meets Dr. Sargent at the station and escorts him home. NOV. I3-Oysters in the college enjoyed hy several. Grapes, on the outsicle, consumed hy a few. V NOV. I6-Athletic Association meeting in Chapel. Faculty through eloquence of Prof. Vayhinger stops foot-hall. Prof. Lewis pours oil on troubled waters and pays a trihute to his preclecessor. ',li 0. OJi f-. , px fb ' 0 'Hifi 0 TF'iii-Lifiagigggiigligisbliizfig ggi-7?T'iu3'? ??T.i.Q?7?T7i.'i,T 0+ ., I-I D MOORE 'Q fiji i its Q mM surfing C' Gcncralk, iii?-X STYLES .QQEQ ji-il Keeps Constantly on hand 298 Q96 oeIN oe ea: vc a good stock of ABUNDANCE. DRY GOODS UP To AND GROCERIES. K REIG, e Also The Tailor. Notions and Stationery li? LAWHENCEBURG, mo. IN GREAT VARIETY. fg ix Q, H, LEWIS, ae at as be at af at Drugs and Stationery, lVloores I-Iill, Indiana. Don't die until you have to. L I , have something that will relieve that Cough, Cold, Sore Throat, Headache, Toothache, Ear- ache, Tired Peeling, Sprain, Bruise, Base Ball Pin- assi, ger, or almost anything that ails you. .af Better take L something for it. VQJJJJJJJJJJ i Your Prosorilatioms and Family Receipts carefully amd correctly tlllecl. OUR L1NEoFf-'h-f I STATIONERY sa' et' Q' et' IS COMPLETE ai Writing Tablets, .ab Memorandum Books, .at Composition Books, at Papeteries, .avid .af Calling Cards, .ai Regret Cards, .ai Examination Paper, .ag Pens, Pencils, etc., etc. We also have a full line of Druggists' Sundries, Toilet Articles, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. C. I-I. LEWIS, Main Street Druggist, Give Us a Call. .al .95 .al IVIOQRES HILL, IND. X 'i .3-N , -4 i N' :JS .mv lim x msd I xlllfxfg S 'ie,'7?g5fm- Q- Q27 K ,ff ff, ff It l f 1 C - as.. i A age. i u X are , lfjl A? 5-5'V'7f - Ufifgi, f -215'-4 ll X0 l 7 ex 'Q K Q. D 22 1 E " I 2 'X W' . ,Q R , an 'XXX N 5 1 gl Q2 f ', aww . tlriittgiifgg J r X - x ', X ,vx I x ' f If 'Q L x X ,f R . X -ti-I 1 AH tg- ' if Gs eff we ESTABLISHED 1856. VERSAILLES REPUBLICAN Covers Ripley County. GEO. J. CRAVENS, Publisher, Versailles, Indiana.. All Home Print. The Largest Circulation. The Leading Paper. Catalogue and Commercial Printing a Specialty. Write for Samples and Prices. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Aj et' Tvs s l QVTK is ,' i g A -'Aft' 4 EEVW vii?-X P' 1 A at X fw tiQ! MX ' S " -f f f' w e ta jL -.Q jgx lik--' ll'N' ln' 3" i"4i, QQE, css f P 51- 'if if ,W fl ' ll . If Ss, A Nxxw x 'E K tl 5 ZXZ5? xfg 1 ., s tm? ixgmi Wuxi: 1 ' "' .xx X,- xl Calendar. NOV. ZI-A Junior preaelies. After ciiurcli a Freshman remarks: "lt he wou L take that much exercise every day, he would soon be a man. Nov. 23-Prof. Bigney states the liumlwng joke in detail. ff 6 f'Qff Nov, 25-Time called to give thanks. Two Juniors spend f e t ' .fs NW23 the day at Dillslworo station. Dec. 2-Senior rlietoricais. '98 Caps and Gowns appear. 'Q7 Caps and Gowns disappear. Freslinien indicted for burglary. DCC. 3-Juniors pout. xi E5-dh r'IHEc'.5-,c'h.rC5 r'.H,.rQ1ArC5,.fCH H15 101, f-'D-. AN f-'Dv r'I',r'?aErC'w rCH J:9n.,r'?1-r?:. HJ-w 62" 10- H15 ,c-CH f'.'u..r'h.fOa -f'?'JAf'DDiIQ'l.LQ3,, cCH,,c'f5 MQLLPRS J. w. GUNYERS l snug ec 32 3 fil'SI:ClZlSS ' Q EEE - T eb WWWWM' i Notions, Clothing, . T at Toilet Articles, Hats, Caps, eel ea! 'j Paints, Etc. at ear T Boots and Shoes. ' . Q25 J' Q25 Q l J J J 2 EIEQHENEQ SHOIQ' STREETS, - LAWRENCEBURGJND. , MILAN, INDIANA. '7+iEMEEEo EE EEEEE- EEE E is ,i,.LL 3 E - 32 . Ears. ROBERTS at STAPP, f Q A ti O Att0rneyS:at:L3W, , ,., ,,., ' Pao , ' 3 cm ' LAWRENCEBURG, mn. If ,ii -i V2 E EEE! ,EEE E as n . o THE oLD COLLEGE PAPER 1 EP ilN.-.fu-.,e,-.A,-W.,f.,-,fe,s,fV.,,t,-,,v-,fw . 3 9 s 9 Q. Q. REVIVED. ' ' 9 0 0 0 9 'hw-'lHlIl1IlllI lzmlilwnu . P 4? 4? , QQ --,mgav"uxFirw4'srx.4?fw.f"sfw.4'EfN.4'm1s.-.fn N D R N A M E I N A R I R Z? ' Q TO THE PUBLTSHERS . L-XTHE CLASS OF 99. . gli-""v57' 'CCP-'03"v CCP' HPTQF-9?-RP' 'CCP"fCP'-CCD-'OT Co1'151-fofav F? Tm?"'-CPKVCR-'G-T 'C-3-T'CIP'TOV"-CF' 'ff'-QE xii 209618296 M, Q.. lVIost excellent appointments for entertaining Transients and Regular Boarders. . BILL OF FARE AMPLE AND SATISFACTORY " D. A. JENNINGS, Prop'r. ' FHRSTF NATHCODNAL BANK Q OF AURORA, INDIANA. Attexsit 1' 1 L1 9' N A' CONWFL J0Nxllce:PreSlden ' 11111 W' ENRY . 1. . DA H Presiden ELAnCx2lhier. 7 . 309 QWAEGTGRSI eu seth Sffdm nw ' 11109 ' f , h John Akf::,aaxx3.WZje,. H may W, Smit! qnowga we Abram Lo e o 0 1 u Chat' ' d W . 9 Willa' S ' LU A SUR? ,, asc we es: 90,009 lf,-' QP-P ' ea-ha! - COMMENCED BUSINESS DECEMBER, 1864. 960042036 ll 3 IIIIHISS House. 1 I R Calendar. K ax X '15 DCC. I6-Prnfcssni' in lngic sit-ups xvliilt- class lldkt'L'XLllliiIiLlll1lli. C ' DCC. I8 to Jan. 4-Vziczltinii. li ll Jan. 4-Same its Sept. 7, with the t-xcuptinn frtlJI'.C11ttfiiiLllitl l pumpkin pies. 'I Q i - jan, 5-A select few enjoy skating Lit Nlilun with the lwllt-s nf F the pond. xi iii' A DECJ6 J Jan. 6-7-Boltiiwy absent twin rt-citzitinn. Jan. II-"A Foul in Politics"-:intl L'lSL'XX'llL'l'L'-LlPPCLIIN lwfwrix' Il Nliiiilvs Hill ziutiiencc. Jan, 12-Prof. Lewis: "Clap lizintls titty cents L1 night"-first tiinu. J311. I9-0l'QllllllZLltll,lll nf Nlnrires Hill CnllegcOi'11tni'icuI Awirciiltiiili t-fft-ctt-ti in spite nf l'LlITlHl'tJLl opposition. O O O X lfe??ffilll'ill5siZf-if-i4'i'1i?l1i.'i1i-Fi-g1?'f7 3 3 S -.5 ' -if St-if-Y lififff-ifl'aiQ fn? ili- FRANK sciiiiviviiii JOHN STAHIJ 53- Aiizgfiggffz-fiifx "f' , 1111? Nf'- 'rizrlcwi -"f'5 1i::'-alrite?" '-' , DEALEFUN 4 iii ii i i ' DEALER N4--Q me "ai-E1 ' CLOTHING Boots and D095-Vi' f iw lui?-lei d out ,, ml an 5555555 ' 0 15555 iii . 'KZ ":1 my f? 0 i 21 X 5 FURNISHINGS gg 1 if ,,,.iii it, Lo ' -1- ' 5'-p""":: ' 5 Nlasomc lv: Repairing Neatly Done. at Building, geo l03 Second Street, ji 0+ 1' 0 "' W l . xix' af-le-' HL EF-l ,EQ 6 6 O '9 W f1?z to .EQ ,es to I 9 0 'Iss 9 Q-xibf 0 O 0 1 0 ,Qf 9515 ' 15 K I I 5426555 ieiiii-655522 523522551 5 5 5 iesaassk li 1 1 'Il IN als v I. f X II lla 5. as - 4 IDI A rn I 'vw I me 0 ' lv- if We rar unrarrzfiaf 1:1111-If 4: dn: :duff an 'N -'iieeeieee eseeseesieesesseei fe? ees?eesseiesiieiiiiiiiiiiiE566-2 LAWRENCEBURG, IND. Capital, ---- 550,000 Surplus and Profits, - 511,000 SAFE. CQIVSEELCITIVE BANKING. QCQQS.. BQJGHT . AND.- SOLD W. H. O'BFiIEN, CASHIER. Q" f 45 Riffl V0 io R47 l e 1 I , 9 l'k?f-l as .Ol feb 9 l , 9 ' lk?fl 0- 9 6 Ml l WILLIAM FI JOHNSTON. MARTIN J GIVAN OIINSTON 6: IVAN, fIIIOl'lIQDS:3I:I:3ll5. .X QC ... .X LAWRENCEBURG, IND. GEO. W. WGOD, ..,. l ..,.,..,.,., I fire, marine, 5 fire. HCCIGQIII. Collections, Real Estate, Rental. X.,,,,,,,....--...-WAURORA, IND. I l ll l ' io . i o 1-ACE ,s ...i,, e l ' 111- ' f LADIES AND 7 ' O 23:25 Walnut Street. LAWRENCEBURG, IND. Calendar. Jan. 20-Qratorical contest. Etlwartls victor. Juniors forget churcli and hold a private mutual admiration meeting. lt wasn't a spread. They just had a class-meeting and several refreshments. Jan. L21-Delegates Smith and Etlwartls attend the state oratorical contest at lntlianapolis. Jan. 24-Smith reports at Chapel, "We failed to P11517 ourselves in." Feb. 5-Boys and girls make their last skating expedition to Milan. Sig. hair- raising episode at the chapel. lrene Martin appears with careworn look upon her countenance and says, "I made a hrave attempt, hut failed." L. RQBERTS at Co., gl STOVES, llNlNllllE llNO HOUSE l:llRNlSHlNO GOODS Roofing, Guttering anol Jolo Work a Specialty . . . Milan Flour, Meal, Buckwheat Flour and all kinds of Feed Agents for Champion Binders and Mowers. X lVlIL,PiN, INDIANA. 555 oc ' an I f XXX 4 ZS! i Y 622, 7 J. W. FRENCH, ' l 1 DEALER IN 'fr K Dry Goods 0630 and Groceries. ea! ea! QA! is ! EEiNllf3L2IllMfQ GQQES, x ' LQIZQAT ZRXME QZQXSPSSQ 'jug I..adies', lVIen's X 'F and ChiIdren's Shoes ee oe K - 4 git Q Evlgrybody. 1 ALSO AGENT FOR THE JA PEERLEss MERCHANT TAILORING co., If CINCINNATI, OHIO. " ' e swf w q fr I r - 0000000000 ,Ag l Y I 6: Sntercollegiate -Bureau anb Qlegistvg. ' at -la, COTRELL at LEONARD, aa 472-478 Broadway, l, l ALBANY, NEW YORK. V ""AT'F'3? TI-IE CAPS, GOWNS AND I-IGGDS 9 to Moores Hill College, De Pauw University, Notre i Dame University, Lake Forest University, 1 North Western University, Univer- ,l sity of Chicago, Yale, Harvard, , ae Columbia, Bryn Mawr, l l--, Wellesley, Rad- Qcg oliffe and the 1.17. ot h e rs . at U , T ILLUSTRATED BULLETIN, SAMPLES, etc., upon Application '69 Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb. Calendar. I0-Freshman green floats upon the morning breezes. A Prep, cheered and encouraged by Juniors and Soplis, pulls down the tioating banner. Collision on college walk. Wind. Lecture: "The Devil and the Turk," by Dr. Reitzell. Lecturer's first character loose on Main street. Cy- clone. II -Chapel exercises postponed for convenience and safety. I4-V3it'llLilTt' social chaperoned by Class of 'oo and enjoyed by Class of '98. Headquarters, southeast corner Broadway and College Ave. I9-Freshmen entertained at Downton's on the hill. Wliite appears in elongated trousers the first time. 20-Copeland and Vayhinger call at Milan. xviii Emi Linh Id A . n fa 3257: 1 Jnfiu iwwfyiffv . ' D " Af-Nrxx A , ,i g,,,zgff,m5, 'ME Q 1 ff , If ffl 21' l-.U ..... ,...--"' , .-,.-'- - , f ,11-. ' -' 59005 C0 U ff! fur III-TERDHY 'W f f ..- -"' 'ff' W 1 A, I ,IH I 4, I n , IMQMEI 442- . ' ' I 'ET'-" 5:3 nga' 'I I I H,'11' .2-. TH ..,:.g7., 4, I '- ug- .- .-Zim plpw I ., v. m Hrs,-I-'-.ea Q In , ., ... . ..-LE gn, ns'-msn,-..' Q.:-.:-.Q-.,u ' v, gf ug. hw. ing-. ,ji .Eb . Q Qu. '2HL.- 1 E H " v ., , " Ha?.1'Eiwi' I E ' bi:-nr. - -4.5.45-.,:.,. --. 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I L. -warm: H: M" - f' I -- X If I 'xlib X QW -X ' --fr' Aff-Zfzaea-45' I ni-1, -,-3 , , ,N , , - , X N- -tQ-- M,11l,..,,,-. fy if H' I A -, - , ,,. - I- . 4 X Q Y. ff-,V..ii - R ,,. 7 F :JF I X, ,. --.:- P, - 137- ,-, g -- " N ' W L . -- -4- '-" -'-" -,-Y -' ' .. 1- NQL ' -L ' , --A -?..:' I-14'-1--, ,.1l: .. 6 L, fi- g xw lv, . I ' TT Q E ,Lira-L? f'x ' " '--,?,.f : M- Q N- f-iL - H - --:.-- xN .Q 24,314 -4-,.... ' X:-51" ..,E,,.. M - .- - XX -. ""' was-., 'T' ff' 1' WE HAVE ADOPTED THE WASHINGTON POLICY PROSPERITY IS HERE. IT HAS STRUCK THE J. F. COUIIEII DRY GOODS G0 TH E ONLY GREAT fCaur'pe1I:, Cumhalim, Dress Glfofoadls aurwl Dem1fenfz21II Dry Duofofdls Hfomuse in Sfomllthfeasfterm IIm1IdII.aum.a, OUFI GEORGE WASHINGTON LITTLE HATCHET POLICY IS WHAT DID IT. THE JL IPI, COILILTIER DRY GOODS CO Aurora, Ind. xix 1 A - f f vw ff i is . f 4, ,f r , r . K aff- If if QAM., I 2 p . I mera fffz ff 2116111 fl ,Wagyu . lt Always Pays to Give Us a Call i Before Purchasing. as ,sz W-L i r First:Class Work Guaranteed. l .s ev .Q .aa l AURORA, INDIANA. Calendar. Feb. 22-Holiday given. Freshmen anti Nnrmalites interview the pliutnuraphei' at Aurora in the interest nt the Melange art department. Camera was uninjureti. This is no joke. p Feb. 26-Juniors anti Swphs tiittn. Beautiful success. Camera fractured. This is a joke verily. March I-Pfflf. and Mrs. Lewis at hnme tn Seniors during snowstorm. March 3-Juniors nrate. Programs imaginary. March 8-Seniors amuse the Faculty at Dr. Nlartin's. Trap nn lmaixl walk ensnares a page. Others escape. Faculty forced tn break the ten rfcloclc rule. March IO-Snphnmnres gesticulate. .luninrs tin nnt accept reserved seats. March I9-SC'lliOl'S under guardianship nt Jnhnsnn visit Miss Bush. Prnt. Bigney takes Class nt '98 to Yellnwstnne Park. March 24-Quarterly Musicale in Chapel. Adinissinn titteen centsg twn tnr thirty. XX THE OSGOOD JDURNAL, ' ' LEADING FAMILY PAPER -A 4 Q, f ki' 'Ii 1 , 1 LQ ah w ig irbii II ' ra? 1 I I ap: 'I A .qi 'E iq-5421? 5 i I ,- O ' x f-. i Of Ripley and Adjoining Counties. fm I - PLAIN AND FANCY svn-ioNsRv, PROGRAMS, I ' FOLDERS, ADVERTISING CARDS '53 ' Ii iS'42dL WE PRINT W , EVERYTHING. "AS c. w. GRAY, Editor and Publisher, fjfii Oseooo. IND. ' I ,vi ksiqgf' -ni IIr - 95" I ' if W H422 'H In Ili! area., its . .v'., .?7l,.,. Q' gg! " . A 'WJ i x 4- fm' ' i 154 i ' I ' I RFK! WM. S. HOLMAN, 11 I ATTORNEY ii. " AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. FH" 'I -We Mb,-ii DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN RROBATE LAVV A SPECIALTY. I n Room 5, Mitchell Building, '49 'Ii is 29 I - No'rARv IN OFFICE. AURORA. IND- 'Q,'-':Ir- Y , 'II I -A V - I - IF U I I K - 'I' 'I fd' 569511 n VY E54 i I 211' :MII II - ri-Q W. fsb,'iI 1342? ' . 1 'Iv-' Students and Friends. I M I J, ,. L .7 ,,, W, VLH, L, W ,mini ,-ff " E 'K-44 ' ' ' fkui II1- Yourattention is invited tO the threeldepartments . gy Of MISS NINA BlGNEv's business rOOm On Main St. fysi i I - ---E--Si , 1. Mi11inery, I 4 - 2. Ladies' Furnishings, I 3. Dress Making. inf I'- SOCIETY AND CLASS COLORS A SPECIALTY. II . . . . Moores Hill, Ind. AI -' i .-u In 17Fr III ..,. 2 , .Ein " I ii E S. -ii I ' ' ' I 'Rf , iii -vga K, Geo. E. DOWNEY. FRANK a, si-iu'r1's I I in 'ITE ' ii J I -4, ,-..i ci '?'75l I A I fm 'G 9542? vac! wc! in x R? 1 n I, 11' ,, .iy:.1-L. ' i 1' f ,fa lf I ,ip-4.-..E.i ' i- . . I II, ,i.p:--.2. Haig, i If f i XI . l A , 47 q' 'n ,. f 1 ' X a .I ' .1 . ar .1 my D 'K Qnmizgy Z1 I ZIIZWEWJ . AURORA. INDIANA XXI Q5'NNVNVZV"V"V"VNV"V"V"V"V"V"Vi"V"v"vNV"VNNg'NV"V"V"V"v"'V""V"'V"'V-"'v"'v'? f Ohio College of t ' NV ANANAN TD 5 fi' 9 i 5U3 5'-ss. 50 53:8 "'V"'V"V"'V"'V"'V"V"'V"V"V"V"V"V JNAIJNMJNNJNNJNNJXN ,Q-'bv Department of Dentistry, University of Cincinnati. -'Nun CENTRAL AVENUE AND COURT STREET, clNciNNATi, oi-rio. THIS COLLEGE was organized in 1846, and the Fifty-third Annual Winter Session begins about October 10th, 1898. Three sessions of six months each are required for graduation. This is the first Dental College established in the West. It is co-educational, and has a. teaching corps of twenty instructors. Its building is modern, and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education, and its clinics are unsurpassed. Optional Spring and Fall Courses in clinical instruction are also given. For information and Announcement, address H. A. SMITH, D. D. S., Dean. 5 ll6 GARFIELD PLACE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 5"'V'-'Nav-'bvVANANAMANNMANAMANANAMANAMANfNufNa'NN'Xu'bv'U'Nu4vv4Nu4NafNu'Na'NNfNuw5 'fMv"X4v"bv 'Nu-"X,vAfv"'V Calendar. March 25-Prof. Lewis : "Clap hands fifty cents a night." Class surprised. March 30-31-E-.XllllllllZ1llflllS worlc havoc in advanced classes-Analytics for instance. March -Spring Vacation. April 4-Prof. and Mrs. Aldrich, Prof. and Mrs. Vayhinger, Mrs. VVilliams and Prof. Ross receive Seniors at Music Hall. Messrs. Cocltrum and Burkert, Melange printers and hinders, in husiness conference with the puhlishers. Cocltrum and Hyde escape in an unseemly manner at an unseemly hour, victims of an unseemly joke hy an unseemly youth. Inquire of Sargent. April 9-New students get acquainted at term social. Hyde introduces a new musical instrument. April I6-Town boys take measure of hall team. Score I7 to I3 in favor of tile' Hillel' Side. April I4-A realistic vision of fair women in college chapel. xxii PAINLESS DENTISTRY BY c. L. VAN osDoL, M. D., Dentist. "PROVE ALL THINGS AND HOLD FAST THAT WHICH GOOD." Without Sleep, Without Gas, Without Chloroforrn, Without Ether, Without Electricity, and Without any Bad After effects. 3000 difficult operations made Pain- less annually, by the use of Cocaine, our specialty for tenyears. JCJJJJJJIJCIJJJJ Preserving the Natural Teeth our Highest Aim, and care of Child:-en's Teeth. Plates of any material furnished. '93 .25 .bl .93 .99 -.99 U99 .99 at .99 Dillsboro Office, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday. Aurora Office, Opera House, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. ELEELREFERENCEI -Our Many Customers. xxiii H IVIANZ ff ENGIQAVINGS APE HNE 'Q if Wsmnvmumomrmcmmummw The engravings in this book were made by IVANZ. M Gov 2 o o C 9 2 INDIANA A wa ARE HEADQUARTERS Fon B S Q , R CENT S LOTHING 0 Q Q FURNISHIN0 000135. Q Q LADIES CAPES AND JACKETS. ALSO BOOTS, SHOES AND FANCY DRESS GOODS. A RECOGNIZED LEADER ' IN Low PRlcEs............-up ' , 1.4 To all wh t this "Ad" W ll give Ten Per Cent. A ff on Each Pur h e 'XXXXN fXfX!XfNf'XfNfNfNfXfN!N!NfNfNf7 AAAAbA 'A'AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA3QAAAA'VN'fVvAQ3AAAA A VXUYvvVVXVv vVXvvVVwfVVXVvvVYNvVVvvVV9vVVvvQ XAVMYvVsYQ niversitp oi Qouisvill .. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION 0F AMERICANMEDICAL c0gLLEqEs. O O O SlXTY:SECOND REGULAR ANNUAL SESSION WILL COMMENCE SEPTEMBER 26, l898, AND CONTINUE SIX MONTHS. Graded Courses of Six Months each. Attendance upon four courses required for graduation. Instruction practical. Clinical facilities abundant. Extensive Laboratories well equipped with the latest appliances. Quizzes systematic and regular. For circular, containing full particulars, address J. M. BODINE, Nl. D., Dean, Louisville, Ky. Calendar. April zz-Snplwmures and Juniors lose their reputation us hull-players. "lt was the 'o8ers' fault." April 23-l:l'ttSlllTlt'll visitors entertained hy the Y. Nl. C. A. Quartet. The Quartet take the Callie. April 30-College hoys have revenge and heat the town Q to 7. May 5-Dr. Call shows an interested audience through the Nlummuuth Cave. May 7-College Quartet makes its debut ut Dillshuru. Success. 'VfvYs'52 f QQQJXI May 12-College Quartet appears ut hume. May I3-Versailles savages soothed. May 14-Russ' l7l'LlVt'S luse to Aurora, 8 to 6. May IQ--A hlunk. May 20 -Dillshm'u-the home lt'illSIl,S Nlunillu. Nlujnrs lwrnhulds the out-tleld in guild wld Dewey fashion. May 21-ALll'Ul'1l tries it again. May 26 -Mendelssohn Quurtet. XX V x 'qvfixg ffqzxy , gffixg ffiwqge fLxwffLxg M9 N xg! X 1 X ,X x,l X ' ,X x''ifSFI9Lf141gFT95Q'xfb1ALZ412473271-ZA,-Qiifjsiiflsi-isi9-,i:l,Gi I It N ,win BW N ff.4x:X:fLxf,4x:r,?,,fiw1,E:fLx1:fLxfixw,::1Lx::lLxE:1!.xi71LxEvfLxfixw,.:1Lx i x 1 X i Ibi 1 i Wf- x' i -fl K N I nw, ,-4 fix? A173 4st i-, , XTILX Ati: qv! ' ' Qxs ls 4 SIX Q XUAT PU: 719 gms lx! 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IND. SELLING AGENT Fon The Peerless Merchant Tailoring Co., OF CINCINNATI. Takes Orders for Custom Made Garments. A Fit Guaranteed. Gtve Him a call and examine his line of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS, Ere Placing Orders Elsewhere. xxvi K . A' Q. i 1 w wx, 1 5 J gizzgzfziy .iflfiflzli dffgliyv Calendar. May 28-Anotlrer attempt to play ball at Nletamora. june june June june june june june june june I-Sttlillfllb turnecl loose for a whole week. Final examinations find a few victims. I0-Pliilos have all tliey clesire to eat. A yearly occurence. II-PllH'EHS ancl tlreir girls take in a bountiful feast. I2-BLlCClll1lLll'CLl'EC sermon by Acting Presiclent C. W. Lewis. Annual sermon by Franlc G. Browne, Pb. D. I3-Pllllllllbllitilll program. I4-Plrotozetean program. Fielcl clay. Lecture before literary societies, by Col. Copelancl. I5-Sigournean program. Musical Festival. Alumni Banquet. I6-Commencement Oration by C. C. Lasby, D. D. I7-Nlelange Board seelc a place of safety beliincl a fortification of unsold books. Ml-xqyq ,Sou csoxntb f ,J - 'I Down l.o5'ffvwlFY'-X'f61 1371335-R Hepa NC. l SCUWUZ. KCYE . Gganfj to :att IHC-S ,bi l LGKVQYK, gud ufuvk , 1 JU, Pxu the many-:lx Y9LkYDi'!l.7-E, :QEA FXFXT . l xxvii A124 14,1 xg1 lt. e14Qy23zS1cf: NR'5'5NW iikiwiiybik - , , SEQAPMME Wkafwnggrvefe 5 - 1 '- " '- fs.-.1s--.m--V . V . -w.fw--fx T. A. JENNINGS. ,K DEALER IN mugs, pam, OilS, Sim Zilla CQIIIQIII. HEADQUARTERS FOR Books, Stationery and Sporting Goods. ALSO NEWS DEALER. MOORES HILL, IND. gfs.,-xxx.-x1x.'xfs.".,MmMJ-Ln..n WRX xxviii :XN'lffJQQ wyf , E,q15,.xa,5o. 3924923551 gl xt 4:X-gise xkX v5 v f- xx- g QQQQHSQ WEWMHMMM QEKQWQW? H - N ,-r Fr QWZAQZZF 'Stl iid XS 4? if I"-L W 4? I VL W VK HE it gf 'wt xx 4? Cf ? 5? NL W7 K X Y 5 'ef K 4? Y T W til Q. etc VL if Y iw- fx W S KL 4? X, t- L5 to Nik W VL 47 lk 47 pg. Sip iii WZN?2ilIaf57V1LxNl2l SERVE if: 1ilZ1S?wiTffSlL1f SFAS? fiillfifmw ibm? Qlwmle mln Sfmmlwelklgy I f'J M LEIVE at SQNSQ SJEWELERS. W,o,,,i , 27 A la Special Attention Given to Fine Watches and Jewelry. iff 34 H in Q Forty-Two Years Actual Experience. .29 .al J D E A L E R S IN -- -H--r-nu-wnnlwiulllllllllllll BOOKS, FINE STATIO ERY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WALL PAPER, ETC. J JL TAI , Thanking the public for the liberal patronage extended us in the past, and soliciting if a continuance of the same, We are Respectfully. Q 44 WILLIAM LEIVE 8c soNs, if if Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. K' 36' K' AURORA, INDIANA. D Ei get ' at at D 4-.ac-o ,D gf? R. H. col.'r, S I on It I Q7 ii an an se ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, tar we at f 1+ LAWRENCEBURG, IND. Lx --vmfzw Wm , JY is 7 J - -- it it 1848.353 f'F5"l898. FOR NOBBY AND FINE FITTING Cl0lHING HND SELECT Slllll, IURNISHING GUUDS, REMEMBER EPSTEIN, THE HATTER, UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIER AND GENTS' FURNISHER. 59 MEASURES TAKEN WN Fon surrs ATWHOLESALE Pnlcss. ,,j,,,,,,,,4AURORA , IND- J? 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TH EVE RLY BEET OF F RESH MEATS 2 DELIVERED'AT MOORES HILL AND VERSAILES THREE TIMES A WEEK. ii E --1'vu'vanw-.vw1-w..fsn..-s1-.fvN..fv1..fvM.fx1'.rv-..fx.n..fx.r-.rw--.rx -f N-'N'N-f"xr'1..-"s1N.."x1'1-"sl"..'xx'wf'x1'-.."szNI.FNz"..rxx'-..rxr".rxr'..fx4'-.1-N,-,f vvVVxX9Vv vVQ,'v iE. S. ADKINS, 2 ti ..... Daily Meat arhet Zi ji l r 2 4 ji I Here is the place to get first-class meats at bottom prices. xi, f J 4 B I t i fi i 5 THE CHOICEST VARIETIES 3 ALIVA YS ON HAND. ls 4. ,k gf, C U, with gratitude for past patronage we ask a continuance of the same. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET THE WORTH OF voun MONEY IN J kg n 1 ,, tt Dry Goode, Carpets, attinge, p -M v- M . .. aaaa. c . as 4 P? 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IND. 3 ik-lx Qbrixzffxzfc yb:1l:0i:OQ. yi:A:AlA Qlzocgvcafg yt yy AQ xxxii ZWXKGDQRES ---' H H Moores Hill, L L Indiana. CQLll.lBGiE. - 42d Year. College of lliberal Grts. Classical Course C4 yrs.D leading to the degree, A. B. Philosophical Course l4yrs.l leading to the degree, Ph. B. Scientific Course C4 yrs.D leading to the degree, B. S. Preparatory School. Regular Courses leading to college courses as indicated above. Credits from Commissioned High Schools and other schools of merit accepted without formal examina- tions. Students who have had Algebra and beginning Latin can finish the three years preparatory course in fromone to two years. .al.a'.a'-.a'.aF..a'-..9'-.al.2'..al..a'.a' Normal Department. Course arranged specially for teachers. .al .al .al .al .al .al .al- music Department. Course CPianoforteD arranged in five progressive grades, Students in this department who do not take college work are urged to take two lessons per week. 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Readers of The Nlelzinge are urged to pzitronize the friends of this lwoolc,-our advertisers, whose kindly assistance lius enabled us to issue Ll more attractive voluine. Banks. Aurora National Bank .,.. ........ First National Bank .,..., Citizens National Bank ..... Peoples National Bank -- . ............ .... - - - Caps and Gowns. Cotrell8tLeonard--- .....,.... Colleges. Moores Hill College ..............,...... Ohio College of Dental Surgery .,..., .. e.... - University of Louisville-Medical Department . Dentists. Dr. C. L. VanOsdol - ........ -. Dr. A. B. Harryman--- -- .... .------ Druggists. T. A. Jennings ..., ......,...... Chas. H. Lewis C. H. Miller ..... - ............ -- Dry Goods. Chambers, Stevens Sz Co .......,..e....,e., John P. Coulter Dry Goods Co.---- E. H. Niebaum .... ..,... - Wencke ...... . ..,...... , .,.. - Engraving. J.ManzScCo. .... --- -. .............. .--,,-, General Merchandise. J. W. French--- .,........,,.,.,o,,,,., H. D. Moore .... J. M. McCoy .... . ..... J. W. Conyers Sz Son ...........,,,......., Gents' Furnishing. E. Schultz Sr Bro. .,.. .....,...,,.. ..,,,.,, - Epstein ..,..... .... Dober ---..----- JohnStah1-- - Hotel. D. A. Jennings House Furnishing. R. H. Freeman Sz Co. W. Chamberlain .... ,. xxxvi Page. iii --xiii -xv ---vii -xviii xxxiii - XXII --XXV xxiii --xxx xxviii - - - -x ---xii -xxvi ----xix ----xxxii ----XVI -xxiv --xvii -----ix -xxiv ---xii ---XX -xxix -,. iv .---xiv --xiii -----i ---vii Continued. Index to Advertisments Insurance. W.H. Cobb .... ..,, - ,,nn, , Chas. M. Bowers ..., Geo.W.Wood ,,... Jewelry. Wm. Leive8zSon.-- OsgoodJeWelry Co. ,- Lawyers. W. S. Holman ...... - ..,.,, o,o.o. - Downey Sz Schutz -- - Johnston Sc Grivan ,... Roberts Sz Stapp ..,. R,.H.Colt ...... .--- ........ Live Stock. W. R.. Crawford8tCo.--- .,.. o... Meats. E.S.Adkins--- E. D. Haase .... ......... . -- - Millinery. Miss Nina Bigney .... -. ....,..... . - - Mrs. E. F. Kerr ..... . Miss E. J. Erskine--- ...,...... Monuments. Kassebaum8cSon--- -----.----.------ Photographer. Miss Martha C. Bush ...... . ......................... Portraits-Crayon, Pastel. Geo. Draper ,... ..........,.. .,........... ...... . - Printers and Publishers. J. W. Cookrum ........ ........................... - Keller Printing :Sz Publishing Co. - - - Osgood Journal ...... Versailles Republican -- .- .-- - -- .---- Frank Schipper .-- Wm. Schneider - - - Shoes. Tailors. Wiles 8: Son ...... ..... Peerless Tailoring Co. Kreig . ....., .......,.. - L. Roberts lic Co. .... W. M. Stewart .... Tinners. Tonsorial Art. xxxvii Page ---,XXX vii xx .xxix -xxxi --Xxi -.xxi ---xv --.xii -xxix --vm xxxii .Xxxi -.xxi --vi ----iv n---v Xxxiv vi ---.iv -.xxx --xxi ----X1 --xiv xxxi xxvii -xxvi ----ix --xvi xxvii . s r ,:4l5.'.,y3 H. , ,.. V' Ia, W Q- V, . -, A ,ljqx vp -, ' I 1 .J-nw. .xv ,, 2 .M e-- .lxrf . A - gh uf . 1 h "4 .. 747 f ' kv, -. v ,f -,.,. 4.4.'- 4, , N . fm pl 5 il, X Ng. n .ff ' 1' w. ., ,W I ' -l."4 , 1. 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