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CHI PSI. , NEW YQRK CITY, . . . . April 71311 and Sth, I f ALPHA DELTA PHI. I ITHACA, NEW YORK, . . . ' May 7th and 8Lh', A I DELTA KAPPA. EPSILON. I 1 . SIGMA PHI. E SCHIENECTADY, NEW YORK, . . March 4th, ' A ZETA PS1 I A 1886. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, ' I . . January 5th and 6th, 1 PSI UPSILON. A LEHIOH, PENNSYLVANIA, .K . May, I 1 , BETA THETA, PI. . V CINCINNATI, OHIO, . . I August 25th, 26th and 27th, A I PHI KAPPA PSI. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, .- . .. . April 7th, f I DELTA. TAU DELTA. , NASHVILLE, TENN., Q .' .... August, I GAMMA PHI BETA. , A ANN' ARBOR, . H . . NOVOmber 12th, 13th, 1 I DELTA GAIvIIvIA. CLEVELAND, OHIO, . . ' . . May, f 241 1886. 1886. 1887. 1887. 1886. 1886. 1886. 1886. 1886. 7 I -I V I' 7161 X , . YM 1 N! ..,. JEQWHM-.. ' . . W A, . - X N' X: V ,...... -,.,.. . ., .,, , ,Y M . ' W." . l , . .I . .-.-.-.,. L .. ..-AL ..,,-. -... ,., . ,f,.,... :Am nm , , ,,, 5 'f' - W' m r, U M - , . . . .,,,,.f ' OOF OFTQQSSQREIS - 4 JAMES B. ANGELL, LL. D., 1 PRESIDENT. HON. JAMES SHEARER, . ,. . Bay Guy, HON. NEBENEZER O. GROSVENOR, JOOOOOIIIO, HON. AUSTIN BLAIR ,... Jackson, HON JAMES F. JOY ,... Detroit, HON. ARTHUR M. CLARK, . Lexington, HON CHARLES J. VVILLETT, ' Sz. Louis, HON MOSES W. FIELD, . . Detroit, HON. CHARLES R. WHITMAN, . Ypsilanti, .il- JAMES H. WADE, SECRETARY AND STEWARD. X il. HARRISON SOULE, . TREASURER. THEODORE NELSON, I SU1?ERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIOE. 25' Term Expires. 1888 -1888 1890 1890 1992 1892 1894 1894 . 'X' V X .' 'A I I R f N. K-AAJ , 6-:rn eirs ef tgez a eelitieis, A AND OTHER OFFICERS. 'K . x . . . ..1...4op--- JAMES B. ANGELL, LL. D., W' J", 'PRESIDENT. A ' South University Avenue. ALONZO B. PALMER, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Pathology and the Practice of Medicine, and Clinical Medicine and Dean of the Department of Medicine and Surgery, f q 25 Ann Street. CORYDON L. FORD, M. D., LL. D., i f Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, ,I , , 54 Ufashtenaw Avenue. 'HENRY S. FBRIEZE, LL. D., A A cb, ' Professor of the Latin Languages and Literature, I - p Cornwell Place. ,EDWARD OLNEY, LL. D., ' Professor of Mathematics, ' , 16 North State Street. . - CHARLES A. KENT, A. M., Fletcher Professor of Law, and Dean of the Department of Law. i V '30 Ayired Street, Detroit. . - ALBERT B. PRESCOTT, M. D., . Director of the Chemical Laboratory, and Professor of Organic and If Applied Chemistry and of Pharmacy, and Dean of 1 the School of Pharmacy, T Q ' 50 South Ingalls Street. REVQMARTIN L. D'0OGE, PH. D., NPT, ' Professor of Greek Language and Literature, , 1 ' Washtenaw Avenue. CHARLES -E. GREENE, A. M., C. E., Professor of Civil Engineering, - A T I V 37 Williams Street. 'F The names of the Members of the Faculties fexcept the name of the Presi- dentj are arranged in the following divisions: Professors, Assistant Professors, Librarian, Lecturers, Instructors, andAAssistants, each name being placed in its ap- propriate division according to seniority of appointment. . ' 26 - i --,...-4............- .-A. - ..... --,I,. . ' ".-.Li...'.4-1.. " '---1 NH-- 4, ,, . , .-.fm ...ui ..'..-1 . , -ALA - I . r 1 t ' 'him '. P I w I I -1 I Ik . " 1 Fx . 'I GEORGE E. FROTHINGHAM, M. D., N 2 N, P7'0f6SS07' Qf Materia Medica and Opthalznic anal Aural Surgery, anol ' Clinical Ophthaniologly, . ' 50 East Washington Street. DONALD MAOLEAN, A. M., M. D.,N E N, Professor of Surgerg, and Clinical Surgery, , , E X . 72 Lafayette Avenue, Detroit. EDWARD S. DUNSTER, A. M., M. D., NPT, . Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women anol Chilolren, and Clini- cal Gyncecology, , Q3 South Division Street. ' WILLIAM H. PETTEE, A. M., I Professor of Mineralogy, Ecomic Geology, anol jlfining Engineering, A ' " 52 Thompson Street. JONATHAN TAFT, M. D., D. D. S., O ' Professor of the Principles. anal Practice of Operative Dentistry, anol Dean of the Dental College, 18 South University Avenue. JOHN A. WATLING, D. D. S., Professor of -Clinical and Mechanical Dentistry. Huron Street, Ypsilanti. JOHN W. LANGLEY, S. B., M. D., 1 Professor of General Chemistry, . ,- Washtenaw Avenue. YVILLIAM P. WELLS, A. M., if I - Kent Professor of Law, ' Corner of Lafayette and Cass Avenues, Detroit. MARK W. HARRINGTON, A. M., NI' T, ' Professor of Astronomy and Director of the Observatory, Observatory. JOSEPH B. STEERE, PH. D., Professor of Zoology, , Corner Hill Street anol East Univeriity Avenue. l EDWARD P. WALTER, PH. D., APT, ' Professor of llfoclern Languages and Literature, ' ' ' ' '79 State Street. ALEXANDER WINOHELL, LL. D., A K E, . Professor of Geology and Palaeontology, ' . ' 11 North University Avenue. C WILLIAM H. PAYNE, A. M., ' . Professor of the Science anol the Art of Teaching, ' 8 North State Street. . , ' as Resignecl December, 1885. 27 , n SSJOSEPH D. DAVIS, C. E., . Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, I A 51 South Ingalls Street CHARLES N. JONES, A. BO.. Assistant Professor of .7lf6lUl61'flCW50S, I S. E. corner of Packard and Division Streets RICHARD HUDSON, A. M.. Assistant Professor of Ifistory, , I - I A 1,0 South Ingalls Street ' OTIS O. JOHNSON, PH- C-, A- M-. ' Assistant Professorof Applied Chemistry, ' 52 South Thayer Street. BENJAMIN' C. BURT, A. M., A , . Assistant Professor of English and Rhetoric, A A 48 Washtenaw Avenue CALVIN THOMAS, A. - Assistant Professor of German and Sanskrit, A I , 18 Packard Street RAYMOND O. DAVIS, A. M., A K E, . ' Librarian, , . .61 Washtenaw Avenue -r HENRY C. ADAMS, PH. D., A Lecturer on Political Economy, . - . ' 40 South Ingalls Street JEROME C. KNAOWLTON, AL R., z qf, I Assistant Professor of Law, A ' 79 East Huron Street THEODORE J. WRAMPELMEIER, PH. C., A. B., AI' T, Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry and Pharmacy, A I ' ' O N W Cor. Huron and Division Streets CHARLES M. GAYLEY, A. B., , Acting Assistant Professor of Latin, . I ' L A 16 Bowery Street 'JOHN NI. SCHAEBERLE, C. E., H Acting Assistant Professor of Astronomy, A Observatory. , QP. R. B. DE PONT, A. B., B. S., Instructor in French, . V U 21 Jefferson Street ALFRED HENNEQUIN, PH. D., Instructor in French and German, 5 A 30 . -'70 East Huron Street. I LOUISA REED STOWELL, M. S., Assistant in Microscf1p'icalBotany, , 65 South State Street GEORGE A. HENDRICKS, M. S., M. D., N 2 N, Instructor in Anatomy, 6 Forest Avenue BENJAMIN L. D'ooGE, A. M., if fr, , Instructor in Latin, - . 65 Wasliington Street. HOMER H. KINGS LEY, A. B., Instructor in Matliematics, A 21 Packard Street. JOHN DEVVEY, PH. D., A Instructor in Philosophy, f ' 21 Packard Street. 'ARTHUR W. BURNETT, A. B., . Instructor in English and German, 76 South ,State Street. HOVYTARD AYERS, FPH. D., . Instructor in Zoology, ' ' ' 12 :South University Avenue, ' ' JAMES M.. MARTIN, PH. M., M. D., ' Lecturer on Oral Pathology 'in the Dental College and Assistant to the Professor of Obstetrics, I 39 Liberty Street. CLARENCE G. TAYLOR, B. S., Superintendant of Shops in Engineering Laboratory, X , 87 East Washington Street. THOMAS J. SULLIVAN, M. D., ' - Assistant to the Professor of Surgery and General Surgery, , 21 North University Avenue. ARTHUR L. GREENE, PH. G., Assistant in Pharniacognosy, - ' 5 Lawrence Street. f HUGO LUPINSKI, PH. O., M. D., Assistant Dernonstrator of Anatorny, Oor. East Liberty and Main Streets. OSBOURNE F. SCHADBOURNE, M. L., Assistant to the Professor of Pathology and the Practice of Medicine, and Clinical Medicine ,- and Resident Physician and I Surgeon in the University Hospital, . 31 University Hospital X . l 4 . 7 CHARLES K. MCGEE, A B-. G Assistant in General Chemistry, - 33 South Thayer Street. p ARTHUR G. OVEN. M. A., M. D., Assistant to the'PrQff'sso1' of Materia Ilfeolica and Ophthalmic anol Aural f Surgery anal Clinical Ophthalmology, ' K Cor. Iluron and Fourth Streets. A VVILLIAM"'A'. CAMPBELL. M. D., ' Assistant in .Microscopy anal General Histology, Mon1'oe Street. DAVID W. STEINER. M. D., L Warol Zllaster, University Ifospital. l ' V ,t L Unifversity Hospital. , 'J JOSEPH H. VANCE, LL KB., - Assistant Librarian, in charge of the Law Library, ' Ann Arbor Town.. ya IDA R. BRIO HAM. M. D., . A ,W Assistant Demonstrator fy' Anatomy, . Q , I J Vollanrl Street. A fl 3. KATE O. JOHNSON, PH. O . f Dispensing Clerk in the Chemical Laboratory, . A . . 52 South Thayer Street. A EUGENEV. RIKER, A. B., L 'Assistant in Chemical Laboratory, ' 1 2,4 North StateJStreet. ,A 5 I , CHARLES L. DAVIS, PH: C., A . . A 7 A A N' Assistant in. Chemical Laboratory, . ' ' 46 East VWilliani Street.. IDA A. MORRISH, M. L., Assistant in General Library, ' - I A 28 South Fifth Street. HENRY K. LUM, M. D., ,Assistant to the Professor of Physiology, 4 ' ' 22 East University Avenue. I . ERVIN D. BROOKS, M. D., Resident Physician anol Surgeon in the Homceopatliic Hospital, , Homceopathic Hospital. . A ROBERT F. ELDREDGE, B. S., if T, 1 Y A A ' Assistant in the General Library, A O A - 42 South Thayer Street. f ELSIE A. HALLOOK, D. D. S., A Assistant to the Professor of Clinical Dentistry, ' ' ' so .Smith State Street. LOUIS A. DENNIS, PH. B., if T, O Assistant in Chemical Laboratory, - A 40 Thompson Street. , 32 . 1 . . . Qsp rtmemt O F Qitezraizarcaz, sie-i1we:,Qr1wl Wie: 115 ' '33 Aw -,..w.,- ""' 1--35:-11,2 ',g,.,...,,,, ,L A.....-..... . A-......-..Q,.. . - ' if" ' 1 Q I I -A Qi iw xx fra , - A 4 A as 4. ' Q N" .Q M Q "' ., . ' , 5:1-" ,V I .--413' 5 - H - .4 X ' I pl, ' V ' N ' x jf . 3 My ' XQ LJ fun on XUX Ac? X SX -'V - x LQ ' x Q S 1:1 6 'E if-' ' V I 34, V 1 D , f XY A I x Y Y A Y , -.-'P , ----M ,W ,. , .V ' . ,, V . - 1 X v ' " A ' ' - - - '- '-.:fg.,:gzg.a V gym I wha Lg J i pn-yn-qznn. 4'-1 rf I -4 J f-x 1 if ,153 . l E aye? .1 Peel rereleeiies. y - Edward P. Anderson, A. University of Michigan. , Clinton O. Bates, A. B., . Arkansas Industrial University. May C. Bock, A. B., . , Buchtel College. Douglas ,Houghton Campbell, Ph University of Michigan. A J. Rose Colby, A. M., . University of Michigan. Frantz 'H. Coe, A. B., . - University of Michigan. Helen H. Colman, Ph. B., X Kalamazoo College. Webster Cook, A. B., . . x ' University of Michigan. Louis M. Dennis, Ph. B., NPT, University of Michigan. John F. Eastwood, A. M., University ofMichigan. Ludouic Estes, A. M., -University of.Michigan. Julius C. Hainer, B. S., Iowa Agricultural. College. Mary E. Holmes, A. B., . Rockford Seminary. Clementine L. Houghton, B. L., University of Michigan. John Mueller, B. S., M. D., . University of Illinois. Lewis A. Rhoades, A. B., HP K NP, V University of Michigan. Charles B.'Scott, A. B., Rutgers College. Hannah R. Sewall, A. B., University of Minnesota. Margaret Stewart, A. B., . University of Mich-igan. Gertrude M. Sudworth, A. B., V University of Michigan. Stephen F. Wetson, A. B., Antioch College. Benjam-in F. Yanney, A. B., Union College. Henry K. Wilbur, Ph. B., Brown University. I I McMinnville, Oregon Cincinnati, Ark. Akron, Ohio. Detroit. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. Kalam azoo. 'Ann Arbor. . ' Chicago, Ill.. Ann Arb9or."2 . .,, Spiceland, 'Ames, IIa, S Rockford, 111.- Ann Arbor. ' Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. Srhiiadelphia., Pa St. Paul, Minn. Wyandotte. Ann Arbor. Two Rivers, W Dundee, Ohio. is Andover, Mass. their stools to Boynton, Sober, Swisher and Price, Gone are Shattuck, Sherzer, Harris, and Schemmg but here are Tibbets, Wixson, Corbin, and Dean, Plucked are those lovely flowerets, Couch, Moore, Dorgan and Stone, but in their places blossom Gregory, Curry, Bliss and My Son Myron. And the girls! tWhere, oh where, are they? Where are Westbrook, Dawson, and Harley? Where is Ella Webb or Rosa Muir? Winnie Ramsdell or Grace Reed? " Gone like the tenants that quit without warning down the back entry of time." As we have moved forward in the PALLADIUM7S pages year by year from the last list to the first, we have rubbedoff and gathered accumula- tions as we moved. We have dropped more, in numbers, than we have picked up. From 164 innocent freshmen on the pages of- 7837s-Palladium, through our 115 toughening Sophomores, and our 102 heart-taking Juniors we have reached the Senior goal with 96.. We are handsome, smart, energetic, and modest, expect to continue to become individually, and collectively great. Sic Semper Senioribus. V if fs 38 W. A. NICANDREW FANNIE G. KAHN, FRED. T. WRIGHT, FREDRIC A. DEAN, SAM B. TODD, . Ol-'l-TCERS. 1-..-1 7 o n MARTIN D. ATKINS, . HELEN L. OSC-OOD, . FRED. B. WIXSON, EDWARD L. DORN, Franklin A. Ainsworth, Albert L.,Arner, . Charles L. Andrews, B 9 H, Martin D. Atkins, . Raymond W. Beach, . Monroe D. Baker, - . Edson P. Bradley, . Nellie E. Bancroft, . Herbert E. Boynton, NI' T, Charles E. Bruce, NI' T, , I Walter B. Bliss, 111 K NP, William W. Campbell, Mary Climie, . . Edward D. Campbell, . ' William W. Chapin, . IraXGr. Curry, . Minnie L. Converse, . Frank A. Clary, Claus S. Claussen, Edward Caldwell, ' . Harriet A. Chipman, . Nathan D. Corbin, . A K E, Nat E. Degen, A T A, . Robert N. Dickman, sl' T, Lewis E. Dunham, SEHIORS. I 39 Presiden t. Vice-Presiden t. Secretary. Treasurer. Orator. Historian . Poetess. Seer. Marshal. Newton, Ia. Holloway. . Chicago-, Ill. Ann Arbor. Atwood. Mount Morris Reading. Vassar. St. Clair. Burnside. East Saginaw. Fostoria, O. Ann Arbor. Detroit. Romulus. East Saginaw Monroeyille, Chicago, Ill. Bloom, Ill. Fenton. Ann Arbor. Ostemo. Q ' Ottawa, Ill. Cleveland, O. Fenton. O N.Y Frederick A. Dean, . Elwood F. Demmon, . Charles W. Dodge, . Nettie C. Daniels, T QD B, Edward? L. Dorn, . George P. Fleisher, fb K NP, Ada Ferguson, . . Fred G. Frink, . Luella B. Foss, . I . Clara V. Grover, A T, . Wilber J.eGregory, B 6 ll, Joseph Ganahl, Jr., NI' T, William M. Giller, . Albf1rtC. Grier, 1 Myfon O. Graves, : . Leslie W. Goddard, . Elisha M. Hartman, . James G. Hays,-A T A, . Louis C. Hill, . Q . Fred B. I-Iollenbeck, NI' K Alf, . Frederick C. Hicks, ,. Jonathan Heaton, . Howard G. Hetzler, B 9 II, George F. James, di K HP, Wilber F..Jack'man, . John N. James, fb K Alf, . Fannie G. Kahn, . William UC. King, Elmer A. Lyman, A ' Caroline E. Lorman, . . Alexander F. McEwan, A A fb, William McCracken, . . William A. vMcAndrew, A T A, Burt McDonald, . . Joseph McRoberts, 'Jr,, il' T, . Fred Morley, . . Boss L. Mahon, Fred G. Novie, V. Helen L. Osgood, . Kate Orr, ' . . William M. Odell, rl' T, Herman J. Powell, . Edwin D. Peifer, . Alice Parks, . . George L. Price, B 9 II, Edward C. Pitkin, Z slr, Edward L. Parmenter Jr. I , ,fI1KNl', , , 1 Petoskey. Kendallville, Ind. Detroitn Gregory. Ann Arbor. Lima, Ind. Howard City. Kankakee, Ill. Fenton. 4 Caro. Rockford, Ill. Augusta, Ga. Whitehall, Ill.' A Bay City. Ionia. Lena, Ill. South Bend, Ind. Alleghany City, Pa Detroit. Perrysburg, e O. Oxford. ' Hatboro, Pa. Waterloo, Ia. , Evanston, Ill. Armada. Evanston, Ill. Constantine. Watronsville. Kendallville Ind. Detroit. Bay City. Birmingham. Ypsilanti. ' Austin, Tex. Joliet, Ill. Tecumseh. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. LaPorte, Ind. H Wilmington, Ill. Ionia. Waterloo, Ia. Callamer, O. ' Galesburg, Ill. Ann Arbor. Menominee. 7 TX---. Henry A Reynolds, fb K if, Ernest Stenger, . Clyde Smith, sl' T, . Sarah E. Satterthwaite, I' fb B, , Edwin F. Saunders, A T A, Frederick W. Stevens, Edwin F. Smith, . Hiram A. Sober, . Grant B Swisher, Lb K if, Clifford C. Smith, sl' 'I',i, Henry S. Tibbets, Z elf, Samuel B, Todd, Orla B. Taylor, . Eliza P. Underwood, . Frederick T. Wright, fb K NP, Chauncey A. Wheeler, F. B. Wixson, fl' T, '. Frank D. Wells, Frank L. Weaver, Belmont Waples, 2 Walla Walla, W. T Columbus, Neb. Paw Paw, Ill. Canandagua, N. Y East Saginaw. Eaton Rapids. Lansing. ' Ann Arbor. Oil City, Pa. ' Cleyeland, O. Leslie. Green Garden, Pa Chelsea. 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To be sure, a ,good many of us have only two or three 'more 'hours credit than in- our Freshman year. But we have had a new birth. 'To begin with it was only this year that we ever beat in any games 5 it was a great surprise to us. Many of us donlt believe it yet. It is very rich that the class of 789 is afraid of us. Pisces exuberant. In theisecond place' we have got rid of Graves this year. There was at one time a serious question as to whether Graves was part of '88 or '88 part of Graves. We, of course, don't do any boning this year. We have better use forour time. We have to look after our co-eds pretty hard.. Younsee, they put up- their, group picture in all the windows. lf they had only put it up last summer there wouldshave been fewer Freshmen this year. Oh, they are great girls! They threatened to have a life-size group picture taken if we wouldn7t let them go on the Oracle. So on the Oracle they went. We were having Demosthenes last semester. He was a pretty great man, but D7Ooge is a greater one. We are taking elective work now such as John Mfarshall's epigrams under Grayley. We are going on the Uni- versity System next vexar. 47 ' . ' , x :E-a--my-L- ',,...5,., V, . or-Horse. . , JOHN E. HODGE, . . . ' MISS MA'RY E. ASHLEY, . CLAYTON A. READ, . JOHN C. RANACHER, A CLESSON S. KINNEY, ALFRED M. PABKS, . - ALEXANDER C. KISKADDEN, . ' l . f President. Vice-President. Secretary. Treasurer. ' Orator. Marshal. A 'Foot-Ball Captain.. V t SOPHOMORES. A -.1-1-u IdafAyers, V . Wm. G. Adams, Alf T, . Henry W. Allport, AI' T, Louis B. Ambler, . Mary E. Ashley, . Frank1S. Arnett, AI' T, . Carrie Ayres, . Geo. A. Brown, . Geo. L. Bolen, . Laverne Bassett, , Gertrude T. Breed, Edward Boyle, . ' Edgar C. Best, YT, .. Carrie E. Britten, . Elmer E. Clark, n . David S. Christopher, CD K Y, . A Joseph E. carpenter, A A fp, . Allison A. Clokey, A A Cv, Frank E. Converse, . Addison B. Clark, X Alf, , Fred C. Clark, . . , Elizabeth R. Clark, . A Hannibal Cr. Coburn, A T A, , Robert M. Coate ,AAE . William H. ohaddoek, Cora M. Chapman, , I Louis K. Comstock, A K E, -,, 48, Fort Smith, Ark. Ann Arbor. Chicago, Ill. Morristown, Pa. Ann Arbor. Columbus, O. Fort Smith, Ark'. Saline. ' Staunton, -Va. Saline. Ann Arbor. Leslie. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. Hamilton, Mo. Chicago, Ill. Clinton, Ia. New Albany, Ind Owosso. Frankfort, Ind. Earlville, Ill. Lakeville, N. Y. Howard City. Dundee. y Allegan. , Ann Arbor. 'H Ann Arbor. Lester E. Campbell, X ir, Rossiter G. Cole, 111 K AP, John N. Derby, A A fir, William P. Dewey, . . David Decker, . James C. Devin, Thomas L. Davies, . Solomon Eisenstaedt, . Edwin H. Ehrman, . Albert C. Eycleshymer, oliver G.F1-ederick, . Francis C. Ford, Caroline L. Gelston, . Luther F. Gottschalk, Lotta R. Gallagher, . Albert E. Gebhardt, . John H. Greusel, . Elizabeth S.. Gastman, Katy H. Gower, , . Thomas H. Gale, if T, ' Israel L. Hubbell, . Julius Hegeler, . . Walter J. Hamilton, LD K ilk, . . Elmer E. Hubbard, . John E. Hodge, - . Alice M. Hosmer, I' Liv B, William-J. C. Hastings, A William A. Hutzel, . Preston M. Hickey, . Hermann C. W. Hildner, Charles H. Hatch, A T A, Luther S. Harvey, A A fb, Otho F. Humphreys, . David E. Heineman, . Frank W. Hawks, Z AP, Richard G. Inwood, . Ireton Jackson, Ira C. Jennings, . Violet D. Jayne, 1' fb B, Alfred E. J ennings, . Elsie Jones, . ,- Fannie M. Kerr, I' 111 B, Florence B. Kinne, .' George W. Kimball, A K E, Clesson S. Kinney, 4 Richard Khuen, A . Alexander C. Kiskadden, 4 Monroe. ' ' Ann Arbor. A Flint. Lincoln, Dak. Casco, Me. Ottumwa, Ia. Letart Falls, W. Va Chicago, Ill. Oak Park, Ill. Hastings. S. Toledo, O. Detroit. Ann Arbor. Columbus, Neb. Manistee. Ann Arbor. Detroit.. l A Decatur, Ill. New Haven, Conn Oak Park, Ill. Ionia. La Salle, Ill. Cleveland, O. Hinckley, Ill. Beech. Chicago, Ill. Tecumseh. Ann Arbor. Detroit. Detroit. ' Bay City. Monroe. Ann Arbor. Dem-0'it.i Goshen, Ind. A South Bend, Ind. Lapeer. t Charlotte. Winona, Minn. Decatur. ' Ann Arbor. Detroit. k Ypsilanti. Grand Rapids. Norwalk, 0. Saginaw. A Tifiin, O. ' J Jed H. Lee, B e Ii, Lewis B. Lee, B 9 Il, . Lucian H. E. Lowry, William A. Livingston, Llewellyn C. Lawrence, Allan McEwan, . Fred W. Mehlhop, il' T, Charles L. McIntire, . John R..Miner, . . James A. Mitchell, . Muir, A K E, . Fenton R. McCreery, A A 111 Clark R. Mahan, . George R. Mitchell, E 411, Agnes H. McKenzie, ,. Mattie P. Merwin, . Louise Meindermann, Morgan M. .Mann, A A 111, Mary A. McMahon, . Frank D. McDonell, A T A, James McNaughton, . George E. Milliman, . Clarence J. Miner, fb K QP James N. McBride, . Charles T. Miller, elf T, Fannie T. Mulliken, . John H. Powell, Charles H. Perry, . . Erastus F. Potter, .. Achsa S. Parker, I' QD B, Frank G. Plain, 111 K elf, Sterling Parks, B 9 H, Alfred M. Parks, . Willard Pope, el' T, Paul V. Perry, . James F.' Parr, . Joseph Rusche, . Clayton A. Read, . Chas. E. Roehl, X elf, . Merib S. Rowly, John D. Riker, . Percy H. Richardson, Moritz Rosenthal, . Jennie B. Sherzer, Henry S. Swift, . Francis L. Stevenson, . William. M. Strong, A K E, Y --Y - --- . ..i.....s.... ,....,, .-......-...,...:.L .....- ...-....,...-... . ,.,, Brighton. , Brighton. Lowellville, O. Detroit.- C Ann Arbor. Bay City. C Dubuque, la. Ypsilanti. Ann Arbor. , Carbon, Ind. Detroit. Flint. t Abilem, Kan. Hyde Park, Ill. Detroit. Decatur. .Ann Arbor. Ann, Arbor. Detroit. Bay City. Lake Linden. Lakeville N. Y Ann Arbor. Burton. ' Detroit. Detroit. Bowen, Ill. Dowagiac. Tecumseh. Norwalk, O. Aurora, Ill. Collamer, O. Cuyahoga Falls, O Detroit. An n Arbor. ' Hinesborough, Ill Grand Rapids. Richland. Chicago, Ill. Adrian. Fenton. Portland, Me. Dixon, Ill. Franklin, O. Iron Mountain. Detroit. Detroit. I ' , i v Henry F. Shier, Ernest M. Sprague, A. ,Fred F. Sharpless, Edward H. Stafford, . Ralph M. Shankland, . Edward J. sniuweil, . Herbert J. Stull, A K E, ' Warren H. Smith, . . Honta B. Smalley, I'-fb B, Clyde Slone, . . Edwin S. Shaw, Albert M. Shaw, Francis M. Sessions, . Sarah E. Thompson, ,. Laura O. Tupper, . Victor M. Tuthiii, B e n Mason S. Thomson, X NP, Harry C. Todd, . . ' Charles O. Townsend, . Hugh S. Townsend, . Wm. M. Tennant, . Ruth A. Willoughby, . Harry J. Williams, X sr, Elmer G. Willyoung, . Laura E. Whitley, . Florence E. Whitcomb, Zada J. Wilson, I' fb B, Lizzie R. Wagner, . ' George J. Waggoner, Z NP, Dean C. Worcester, NP T, Chester Vfetmore, 4 . A Herbert U. Williams, A A 41,3 . Henry K. White, .. Charles P. Wheeler, A A fb, Henry E. Whitaker, . William S. Winter, -. ' , . Gardiner S. Williams, Edwin E. Washburn, 111 K Alf, , 51, ' ' 1 Romeo. Farmington. Westchester Union City. Dubuque, Ia. Big Rapids. ! Pa. Rochester, ,Ng Y Ypsilanti. Chicago, Ill. Carrollton, Il Ypsilanti. Coesse, Ind. Ann Arbor. Romeo. Bay City. Dowagiac. Port Huron. ,f Sheridan, Ia. Saline. I Saline. i Saginaw. Owosso. . . 1.- Fair Haven, Vt. Detroit. , Cold water.. Batt1efCreek. Belding. ' Ann Arbor. Ravenna, O. Thetford, Vt. Allegany Butfalo, N' Y. Owosso. Three Rivers. Forest City, Ill. Lewistown,',Ill. Ebenezer F. Walbridge, f-I1 K T, , . -Saginaw. Toledo,O. . Houghton. - , , . Ol-'l-TCERS. I CHARLES W. CHAMPION, . ELLEN E. GARRIGUES, . HAROLD REMINGTON, . STILLMAN G. JENKS, . LOUIS BOYLE, . . ARTHUR S. HEBARD, . I SABELLA M. ANDREWS, - MABEL RANDALL, . ARTHUR D. WELTON, . M. OSCAR GRAVES, . i...1-1-1 President. Vice-President. Secretary. Treasurer. Orator. Historian. Poetess. Seer. V Base Ball Captain.. Marshall. FRESHMEN. Will R. Antisdel, . . Isabella M. Andrews, I' fb B, . Adelaide G. Archer, . Fred H. Abbott, 4 ' . Bertha M. Alger, . . Robert S. Babcock, B 9 H, . Dora Bennett, . . Flora Bennett, . Clara S. Bigelow, Louis Boyle, . . Frank S. Bourns, if T, . Hollie B. Bracewell, . Willis J. Beckley, Z NP, Horace V. Birdsell, . Justin B. Bullis, Cora L. Bearnish, Elizabeth H. Buzzell, . Blanche K. Barney, . Eugene N. Best, si' T, . Charles U. Champion, Mary L. Childs, Herbert S. Crocker, Flavius M. Crocker, . May Cornelius, . I Detroit. Canandaigua, N Quincy. Hudson. A Grand Rapids. Manistee. Franklin, Ohio. Franklin, Ohio. Galya, 111. Detroit. Ann Arbor. Corydon, Iowa. Ravenna, O.- South Bend, Ind Ann Arbor. Flint. Rushville, N. Y. Ann Arbor. . Ann Arbor. Coldwater. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. .Adrian. x -fl F .Yf x L I. eq 1 r Y 1 K .Y f I f r ,QA is-.1 , 1 , X . .2 FV, Hattie C. Crosby, Franc N. Crosby, Nellie L. Coman, Edwin T. Cornan, George O. Crane, . Wm. H. Detrowler, . Harry W. Douglas, A K E, Charles E. Decker, . Byron M. Dawes, Robert H. Day, Charles H. Dodge, . Edgar M. Doughty, . Lewis R. Doud, B 9 Il, William H. Day, A K E, James E. Duffy, . Herbert F. DeCou, . Charles K. Eddy, A T A, Charles E. Everett, I . Grant M. Ford, . . Harold W. Fairbanks, William A. Grace, . George T. Gamble, A A 9, Ruth Gentry, . . John'Greenshields, lil' T, Charles E. Goddard, . Henry K. Gustin, Ellen E. Garrigues, . David B. Gahn, ' . Daniel P. Grant, B 6 H, Malcolm Gunn, X elf, . Charles A. Green, . Herbert J. Green, . Francis G. Howard, A A fb, . Edna Havens, . Arthur Howell, Z CD, . Walter S. Holden, dv K NP, Henry Hudson, fb K ar, . Joseph Hodgson, . Geo. P. Hyde, AI' T, . William W. Harris, if T, Arthur S. Hebard, A K E, William C. Hebard, A K E, . Anna S. Jones, . . Ada B. Joslyn, . Harry V. Jackson, Fred. A. Joss, X513 x-. . ,. ,.. ,. ,. . , . Y X ,inf wk ' X, x I Savona, N. Y. Savona, N. Y. Kankakee, Ill. Kankakee, Ill. Fenton. Jackson. Ann Arbor. Battle Creek. Owosso. B.avenn'a.,O. Elkhart, Ind. ' Y Matteawan, N. Winona, Minn. Dubuque, Ia. Ann Arbor. Detroit. East Saginaw. Lansing. Chicago, Ill. San Diego, Cal. Farmington. East Saginaw. Stilesville, Ind. Romeo. Winnebago, Ill. Bay City. Ann Arbor. Bellevue, O. Burlington, Ind Chicago, Ill. Saginaw. Holly. Davenport, Ia. Hastings. Adrian. Chicago, Ill. Hinsdale, Ill. Houghton. Joliet, Ill. Jackson. Pequaining. Pequaining. Grand Rapids. Port Huron. Detroit. Jamestown, N. Y f X gnna. . -.. . --f.- if. -.Yin . , , Kate L. Johnson, Stillman G. Jenks, Nellie M. Johnson, Seth W. Knight, Emory D. Kirby, John Kelleher, . Elisha W. Kelly, Francis C. Lennox, Robert P. Lamont, Francis A. Leslie, Ira M. Long, . . Fred S. Loomis, fb K Alf, Frederick H. Loveridge, . - Julian Millard, B G TI, . Ralph C. McA1laster, . Benjamin C. Morse, . Arthur McCain, ' Frank I. Muir, . Irving G. McCall, . John A. Nichols, A A 111, Minnie H. Newby, . Mattie Newton, Clyde V. Nafe, . Charles D..Prichard, . Myron A. Patterson, . Wm. W. Parfet, A A fb, Efiie E. Palmer, . Adella C. Pickett, . Fred Pennington, . Robert B. Preble, fb K AP, Carrie M. Palmer, . Lewis W. Parker, E fin, Ernest B. Perry, , Mabel Randall, 1' fb B, . Gertrude B. Rose, Annie D. Robinson, , Filibert Roth, . , Chester H. Rowell, A T A, Harold Remington, , Arthur E. Rowley, , Edgar Ryan, , , Everette C. Rockwood, E fb, , Frank Rowley, Jr., , John Gr. Smith, , Harmon C. St. Clair, . Thomas C. Severance, Jr., . Ann Arbor. Ionia. Vassar. Utica. Fenton. Louisville, Ky. East Saginaw. Detroit. Ockley, Ind. Niles. Chicago, Ill. Coldwater. St. Paul, Minn. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor. Jackson. Erie. Delhi Mills. Ann Arbor. Chicago, Ill. Ann Arbor. Rochester, Ind. Prichardsville. Holly. Golden, Col. Imlay City. Davisburg. Charlotte. Chicago, Ill. Ann Arbor. Dubuque, Ia. Ann Arbor. Coldwater. Ann Arbor. Alpena. Ann Arbor. Bloomington, Ill Cleveland, O. .North Fairiield, o Virden, Ill. Ottawa, Ill. Victor, N. Y. Bay City. Bay City. Walled Lake. Lizzie I. Schiell, A F, , Charles A. Salyer, ' Mary A. Sawtelle, . Ernest W. Smith, , Fred B. Spaulding, B 6 H, Will J. Stanton, , Clement R. Stickney, Lewis C. Salin, Arthur F. Smith, . Charles M. Simpson, '. George B. Springer, . Charles J. Search, . Homer M. Sackett, . Gordon E. Stannard, . Ortho S. Stull, A K E, . Albert L. Shepard, . Oscar F. Schmid, NP T, Alma A. Tatman, . Jesse S. Thornham, A A 411 Charles P. Taylor, E fb, James E. Talley, A A cb, Edward H. Troy, . Eben A. Thomas, William H. Turner, . Bert J. Vos, . Charles H. Webster, . Florence E. Wilson, . Sarah Wheedon, . Harry B. Wyeth, rl' T, . Robert B. Wilcox, cb K if, Frank A. Waples, - Samuel A. Wilson, . Arthur D. Welton, ZNP, O. B. Wilcox, Jr., E CD, . John R. Wilde, - Herbert K. Word, . Henry M. Young, A A cb, Lewis S. Young. . .....,-. Detroit.l Ypsilanti. Kalamazoo. Pontiac. Ann Arbor. Oxford. Ann Arbor. Memphis. Atchison, Kan. Janesville, Iowa. Chicago, Ill. Ann Arbor. Waverly, Ill. Dexter.. Rochester, N. Y. Spenoerport-, N. Y. Ann Arborg Benton Harber. ' , Brownsville, Texas. Ottawa, Ill. Brandywine Summit P Hastings. ' , Lapeer. Fort Wayne, Ind. Grand Rapids. Ann Arbor. ,. Belding. Ann Arbor. St. Louis, Mo. Chicago, Ill. Ann Arbor. Harrison. Detroit. Detroit. Brick Church, N. J. Cleveland, O. Clinton, Ia. Bagley. 1 elect tereleznts. Annette L. Ailes, f . Carl C. Atwood, May Beadle, . Samuel W. Bell, Charles A. Brown, . Allen L. Colten, . Horace L. Cook, . Charles H. Cooley, A K E, . Robert Campbell, . Otta L. Caldwell, . Walter W. Campbell, . Frederick W. Cathro, Frank C. Desmond, . Dennie G. Dowling, I' fi: B, . Edgar Cr. Dyer, . Franz C. Eschweiler, . Kate M. Fenton, . Johnathan D. Fenwick, Will Fowler, -' . Grace L. Howell, Gael S. Hoag, . Arthur M. Hussey, . Charles S. Hyde, p William J. Knox, . Leverge Knapp, Cornelia Koons, . Etta L. Knowles, . Franklin F. Lehman,. Andrew S. Lobinger, . James Mclnnis, . Julia R. Moran, Selly A. Moran, . Lewis Murbach, . Showhachi Matsumoto, Aura Miller, ., . Andrew R. Nichols, . John F. Parkinson, . Jennie M. Polhemus, . X 1 l Ann Arbor. Albion, Wis. Yankton, Dakota. Ann Arbor. I ' Waynesville, Ohio. Detroit. r Stanton. Ann Arbor. Ypsilanti. Steubenville, Ohio. Ann Arbor. W London, Ont. Wyandotte. Muskegon. Ottawa, Ill. Milwaukee, Wis. Ypsilanti. . Daleville, Ind. Wabash, Ind. Battle Creek. Denver, Col. Berwick, Me. Grayling. Detroit. Ouleont, N. Y. Shickshinny, Pa. Ottawa, Ill. Madisonburg, Ohio Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Ray. Detroit. Ann Arbor. Riga. Sakitama, Japan. Ann Arbor. Beach City, Ohio. Washington, Iowa, Ann Arbor. Lillie E. Rosewarne, . Cessie J. Ringolsky, . Marie Rominger, Gertrude C. Sholl, . Sophronia L. Stevens, Charles B. Stevens, . Annah M. Soule 1' fb B, 1 George R. Simpson, . Isadore Thornton, Frank B. Walker, Arthur H. Whitlark, . Q-....q, -L KF XA! ,ff F '13 I 's ff 'ff L fm!" 59 -L f:f!?M Ai 1 4... Decatur. Leavenworth, Kansas Ann Arbor. ' Van Wert, O. Cumberland, O. Hartford, Conn. Ann Arbor. Janesville, Iowa. , Detroit. L Lapeer. Ann Arbor. ,I Y 1 fx 1 1 ..-K l ' x successive additions, from a modest and unassuming three-roomed building to its present proportions. Not less marked is the change in the system of instruction. When he first became ac- quainted with the t'Lab 7' two Professors and an assistant con- stituted the corps of instructors, Compare these with our present advantages for instruction. "Mike's " -superior as a genial, good-hearted, obliging, and kind friend to the students can not be found. By his willingness to accommodate the students, his many jokes and reminiscences of former times and students, 44 Mike '7 will ever be remembered by the students, who have become acquainted with him. By his employers, 4' Mike 7' has always been regarded as a trustworthy, eiiicient and capable man. Always found at his post, he has deserved and, acquired the respect and admiration due to his continuous and manly efforts. 'ss N 315 ff 'fs ,afffff 62 x . ' , , ' x x . I , X 1 I K f , V X X X I X X 1 v 1 X f 1 4 X 1 1 X , W -. 1 4, 1 f ' I 1 i . :D Pr-'Qfe-15 1 QI 91152 Q15 P X x 1 I x 1 x , 1 1 I k l X f K ' .f ' x I I x v , . ' 6 . v n 1 1 X x I A 1 v , v . I A 1 ,......,.'-..--.N I ....,-. Eff -- -A J-v, . -Wi-3-- --. -.i 'Sb 64g q X X7 x I ' w q9e: eIrtIne:rzt.. SENIOR CLASS, , Officers. JAMES W. HARIILTON, , WILLIAM H. HAC.CIcR'I'Y, MARY IWERRILL, . I JACOB W. HOUDRR, . ISAAC W. HUNTSBEJRGER, ELIIER S. CRAWFORD, . LIs'I"I'IIc L. BIIRLINCAME, FRANCIS Cf. HIGGINS. A. C. WIIITIQ, . 'POM H. MCNEIL, . R M. LEE ,... .iiggp--1 , JUNIOR, CLASS. I . Officers. I- Presidenrt. 2Vice Presigleut. Secretary. Treasurer. Orator. Historian. PoetesS. Prophet. Chaplaih. Foot' Ball Capt. Base Ball Capt. CHARLES KU,HNE, '. . . President., JOHN STEXVART, . Vice-President. FRANK ALFRED, . Secretary. CARL WACNER, . Treasurer. K CLINTON HOWARD, . . Chorister. GEORGE DYSART, Sergeant-at-Arms GEORGE BUSH, . Base Ball Captain CHARLES BANKS, Foot Ball Captain 65, I Sys I' 1 ,.. t , 'J ,M-P,,4, -.. -..v ,F . XM k--KhL:!V,, , . K I f ,.......-. ' ,,.,..-rf , -nr- A . ., ...,.. - . V 4 ,.........- . . ....,.......... . . -5-W-----. Y 4 F I 1 f f -ai- I I x Qleelieine-1 sind Grggrtig, I f O 0 ,.l..l. SENIOR CLASS. WARREN B. SEXTON, FRED N. BONINE, Officers. DANIEL MGEAOHRAN, JAMES T. UPJOHN, JAMES B. 'TEDROW, JAMES H. SWANSON, H. A. MAROH, . GEORGE R. TAYLOR, E. J. HUGHES, . B. A. BRONVN, . h . ,,,..1-i- President. . , I ViOe4President. Secretary. ' Treasurer. Orator. Historian. Poet. . A Prophet. Marshall. Chaplain. , JUNIOR CLASS. Officers. , L. C. BACKUS, . . President. J ENNETTE M. MCLAREN, q VicefPresident. J OSEPHINE D1 BLAKE, . Secretary. J UNEKICHI KIMURA, . Treasurer. C. D. WRIGHT. 1 . . 1 .Captain of Games FRESHMAN CLASS. ' Officers. 1 DOUGLAS SEWALL, . . - PreSideDt-' ' MARY H. COTTON, . Vice-President. JOE KAHN, . . . Secretary- . OHER, Treasurer. , CHARLES A. FLET '67 .v Ornaeeyeextkiie flrhxleelrimeiai. SENIOR CLASS. O H X , Officers. , ' H. B. R.EYNOLDS,,' . ' . . ' President. I E. H. POND, . Vice-President. R. C.R.UDY, A . . .A Secretary. ELIZABETHHUNCAPHER, . Treasurer. A H. B..WILSON, . . . Historian. HABRIET, M. SWATHELL, S steer. . Essayist. ANNIE E. CLARK, . ' . G. G. CARON, S . 4 Toast Master. .1-31-1-1 JUNIOR CLASS. A Officers. - G. L. BA1LEY, . A . .S ,. President. Miss A. S. GOODING, Vice-President. Miss A. MERRIL, . Secretary. S. G. MILNER, Historian. R. TAYLOR, . . Marshall. M. B. SNYDER, . ' Critic, FRESHMAN CLASS. Officers. - J. H. LAWRENCE, . ' . . President. MATIE E. THOMPSON, , Vige-President MRS. DEARBORN, , Secretary, '70 ... H. .c..q...,.-,,,.,.w,M.-,M,,...-...4.-AQ.-..Af -. ., 7 A A ,N ' ,gags-..f - is 4...-A..- ..-,...-.-, .,-.P..14,f"'.,d--- - ' - . I --- " Y Yi - ... .-s-A, ,,.0-R.. -........'..E,-g-..-. ..-wt..-.b,.,,,,,., N, Y v- 1 IEUIIDGITQ Of TGIGISEIS. ' ...li-1 if AX . DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. ' A RESIDENT GRADUATES, ...... --A-- .... ---A-, ..... -I.-, ,.,,,,. ,IV 23 A GRADUATES STUDYING IN ABSENTIA- .... ' ' 'A --- 12 CANDIDATES FORT A DEGREE .- ..... - ......... ---- --- 475 I, 1 Q ff l K T STUDENTS NOT CANDIDATES FOR A DEGREEA--- .... - .... -, 85-596 DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY. f A RESIDENTS GRADUATES ........ -.----------- .... --.------- - 2 THIRD .YEAR STUDENTS----5 --- 83 SECOND YEAR STUDENTS .... W --- 114A 128- FIRST YEAR STUDENTS---- .... - ....... --- ..... --- --- 1 A D DEPARTMENT OF LAW. , 118 SENICRS- .... - ---- -- -.-.- ------- ....... --- ---- JUNIORS- .... ---- -- ---- ----.--4 -...-. ----- ---- " SCHGGL OF PHARMACY. 327 168- 286 RESIDENT GRADUATES-- --------.-. - ---- ----.-- - - 1 ' SECOQND YEAR STUDENTS- ---- - ' -- A24 -FIRST YEAR STUDENTS- --.-.-----.---.-------.- ----- -- 36- 67 A X ' IHDIVIIEDPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGET STUDENTS-TOTAL IN THE COLLEGE ---- - ---- - ----.- - A -- 49-49 A , A' , A COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY. A ' STUDENTS-TOTAL 'IN THE COLLEGE -.--.- --..-g ....- --- 82- 82 A A A ' I A I 1E401 '71 1 J V Y HP FEQEGIS ' FORA" A gm, W1 wi ff -mirdimg lil . I ' -. I .xx I ' ' ' u f . 551116, xx ? N 'aa' 5 . vas' Y f" ' ' Y K . L .14 I Q3 P fy f ' X "4 ,f Afi ,-5175 11 , f f fl! ff wwf N , 5.11. :KS I f , 'Ml x f' W mgbgz wi. S: H . 2.1 . 1 : 5 ', 1 : 'W-fum 1 .I w 1 ' f m X 3 . .WI 4 ffm - f-f 1 ' ' I Wjilifhf 5-'L Xl- .lffd , f H Two babies lusty and likely to live." 72 ----wi 'wh-4.44. ' ' ' Q X . I . f" , I QIEIUGIPSIIQ gk-aIH21f"lI HSSQQICRIIIQFISI. ' OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1885-86. DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, 'AND' THE ARTS. I JAY A. HUBBELL, '53, . .. . . President, EDGAR. REXFORD, '66 . Vice-President, VOLNEY M. SPALDING, '73, . --Secretary. , ZINA P. KING, '64, . . . Treasurer., MERCHANT H. GOODRIOH, '45, , ' NOAH W. CHEEVER, '63, . ' . . Board of Directors WALTER S. PERRY, '61, I THEODORE R. CHASE, '49,, . Neerologist. VVILLIAM J. GIBSON, '69, . . Orator. FLOYD B. WILSON, '71, . Alternate. CHARLES M. GAYLEY, '78, . . Poet. HAMILTON J. DENNIS, '58, Alternate. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY. CHARLES J. LUNDY, '72, . l . . , . President. CHARLES G. CHADDOOK, '85, . Vice-Presidents. EBENEZER TIDD, '70, , MARGARET E. APAGELSON, '82, I A, I, BURDENS, '83, I . . Vice-Presidents. JOHN MAEDEN, '84, ' ' ' D. WARREN, '79, V. C. VAUGHAN, "78, Secretary- D. W. STEINER, '83, . - TI'ef4Sl1I'e1'- 73 I . -,'. f . 8 DEPARTMENT OF LAW. THOMASVM. COOLEY, ' - . ALPHEUS FELCH, . HENRY WADE ROGERS, . . . V A .lill- . 1 ' A A A 'SCHOOL OF PHARMACY T. J. WRAMPELMEIER, '78, . . G. A. KIRCHMEIER, '83, 1 . A. B. STEVENS5 '75, HENRY HEIM, '78, S. E. PAEKILL, '77, . ' A. C. SCI-IUMACHER, '84, H Q X President.. , Treasurer. Secretary. President. K Vice-Presidents. Recording Sec'y. Correa-:pun din g Sec . A A DEPARTMENT OF HOMCEUPATHY. R.C.OLI1Sf '77 . . . . . President. , W. SAWYER, '84, . Secretary. '1- 1 1 . ., , ga . nm 1 'S f M Aff' 5 Nal : ' x, X1 ' 1: X 'iliki I Y ,I AA-, ff U54 A 74 f 2, ,xxii iaelelphi flilgegers. SEE FRONTISPIECIE. BY PROFESSOR HENRY S. FRIEZE. - -l Something new in the-history of American art is the gift just made by the veteran sculptor, Randolph Rogers, of his entire studio to our University. Mr. Rogers has borne the strain and excitement peculiarly incident to an artist's work and temperament longer than most of our American sculptors, but at last through failing health has been forced to lay down the chisel and has transferred the works accumulated by so many years of fruitful labor to the State which he has always looked upon as his home. The giftfof Rogers to Michigan reminds us of the similar-i one of Thorwaldsen nearly half a century ago, to his native Denmark, when his worksiwere conveyed from Italy to Copenhagen by national vessels. The works accumulated in a sculptor's studio during an active art career of thirty-five or forty years, including the first sketches, or ibozzettfi, as well as the original casts, completely finished by the masterls own hand, including also the tools and implements he has used, constitute not only a gallery of sculp- ture, but also an instructive school in the processes of the art. The Rogers collection represents, like that of Thorwaldsen, the whole work ofthe artist's life. A great proportion of his works are of an historical and national character, and will have a per- manent and increasing value, apart from theirartistic merit, as truthfulrepresentations of events and scenes, personages and costumes pertaining to our own history, past and present. There are, among others, the original casts from which were made the Bronze Doors of the rotunda in the Capitol atWash- ington, those of the statues of John Adams at Mount Auburn, of General Lewis and General Nelson in Richmond, of William H. Steward in New York, and of Abraham Lincoln in Phila4 delphiag also of the admirable figures of American soldiers and sailors, and of accessory groups and figures pertaining to the several national monuments ,greeted after Rogers, designs. f x J A beautiful illustrations of it. But this Was thirty years ago. Since then the sculptor has created. a multitude of Works Which, With those earlier ones, give him no doubtful rank in contem- porary art. The place Which Mr. Rogers occupies in the esteem of Roman sculptors is best attested by the honor Which they conferred 'upon him a.feW years after these earlyhworks Were produced. The American sculptor, Crawford had died, leaving a vacant chair in the Roman Academy of St. Luke, the oldest art academy in the World. From all the sculptors residing in Rome 'Rogers Was singled out and elected, by the Academy to succeed the lamented Crawford. And at this moment one Who visits the Academy Will see the portrait of Randolph Rogers hanging on the Wall in the midst of a group of thirty portraits of Professors of the Academy, so arranged that his is made to occ.upy the central place. E mil! 9 5 digg y 78 , . if X 365 Egg 1 W QQ Qaffezgez Pgawig fiwmg. Sim, Q gk 79 J 1 'Sergei ' II I Slssoeieliimil .......11- 0 I GFFICERS. . DON C. CORBETT, . . President. 'FRED W. J OB, . Vice-President. T. J. BALLINGER, I . . Seo'y and Treas. f BOARD or DIRECTORS. a - Samuel F. Hawley, Fred W. Hodges, ' Lewis C. AI-Iunt A - iJOh1'1 D. 'Hibbard-, Charles Cr. Allmendinger. . i UNIVERSITY NINE. I JOHN E. BUROHARD, . . . Manager. D JOHN D. HIBBARD, . Captain. C. C. Srni'th,.4 . . - .' Catcher. ? . J. D. Hibbard, . Pitcher. ' C. T. Miller, Short Stop. F. D. McDonell, . Muir, L-. McMillan, . W. D.' Condon, . 1 R. M. Lee, .' . . C. G. Allmendinger, . . SURSTITUTES. , First Basef Seoond m Base Third Base. Left Field. Center Field Right Field. Edward Best, L. S. Bigelow, E. F. I-Iarrisx NOTE.-The Nine is not fully organized, as yet, for the season of 1886 80 f X ' fi ...fr--. i 136-Ieerel af Record ofthe U. of M. Bas f.. .4 . .-vc.-. 4- .-,. -.. I-I 1-1 172 r-1 S G 13all Nine for Season of 1885. 1 1 . BATTING- FIELDING. 'C O' T Q3 ' '-M Y - I P+.. 4 Q' A 4' U no-Q ff: .5 F' P0 ?4,.523.5.-1: 375 1.53 E33 93533531555 WE O8 0 5125 333+-'Q-4952535159-fO8fT3CS75 CUSS..-. ::31EO'5,'obQ :oEZ.E'5"gE15' - 3 , V55-'55-' 91,99-Q9 5+ ffl Z em E-1 m gniversities- ...... 5 3 17746 8 38.214 5.5 129 76 47 252.814 pponents- ..-. --,-- 5 2 180 43 2 31 .111 35 .35 126 65 49 240 .796 Individual Records of Nine for Season 1885. 4.5 9 - :L 1 U-it-5 tsl. 15 O 5 is fn 2 '55 3? 5 . NAME. O gms ,Egan gi' .QU .5 55 ss 3E3g2355gf,cE33GM' cv 8 C59-.Es3E"53'S.:t-5fgTg'80E.E F11 D-1 Z E-4 F354 DQ E+ PQ D-4 E-1 F-fl Ln Q3 r 1 Y 1MCDOne11---- -- 2 4 12 4 6.500 26 4 .892 4 -. C 1 2Mi11er ..... --- S 5 21 6 9.381 212 6 .700 10 3Lee- ...... ---Q Z 4 17,5 6.294 5 0 1.000 1 1' 2 4MCMi1lan .---- - 3 5 2411 13.292 1314 6 .818 7 0 9 p . 51-Iibbard ---- - 33 5 21'5512.238 223 5 .8334 5 20 1 6Bige10w lab 3 .14 3 3 3.214 30 5 3 .814 9 7BeSt- ---- - ---, ,- ,,,- cf 2 11 2 0 6 8A11rnel'1dinger- .... -.. 4 14 52 4.143 5 4 2 .818 7 1' -J 9Mui, ------ 3b 4 16 11 1.063 6 1 5 .583 11 cf 1 d ,W lf 5 18 1 0 0.000 3 0. 0 1.000 1 10003 on ---- N ,,--. C 3 10 4 0 0.000 26 7 3 .917 3 11Sl'I111Z11 - .--.. - 12Ha,.,.iS-----U ---- - ------- xlb 1 N4, 0,0 0.000 9,1 2 .833 5 General batting average, 214, general fielding average, 814g gen- eral average, 514. Pitchers' Record. C 5 E 3 55 I-5 'IJ E 1-4 1 5? ci fi F : 2 I I F-4 1 I m 'QU U1 I I 1 I Games N CO pitched. ob 1: Opponents at 14: ov bat. N, N, Opponents, , W O runs s ored. H Opponents, "' runs earn'd ,.. N, Opponents, '-' H3 base hits. ,.. N, Opponents, "' K' total bases. .3 53 Wild pitehbs. 1 1 5 C, Bases on balls, lg? El Struck out. 9 81 1 an 1 . 1 - , X F I , , V - x f . X K Raging hssaai fiala. i1 -- 4 ' ' ' OFFICERS. E. L. DORN, .... President. I I L. C. JOCELYN, . -Vice-President. ' ' A. M. PARKS, . . Secretary. J. R. MCCAMMAN, . . Manager.. ill EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. I ' E. L. DORN, Chairman. ' B. W. Beach, I - - I H. G. Prettyman, ,J. IM. Jaycox, I , , I N., Banks. UNIVERSITY TEAM. H. G. PRET'1'YMAN,Captain. . C Forwards. V ' - . F. Gr. Higgins, ' Bayfnond W. Beach, Wm. Mbrrow, . , Williarii Banks, H. G. Pretijyman, J. L. Skinner, , i , , Frank F. Bumps. A F Quarter Back. Thomas -H. McNeil. V Half Backs. I J. M. Jaycox, . Jannes Duffy. ' ' Goal. ' John Duffy. I Isubstiwrq.-as. I Charles Wright, L. F. Gottschalk, ' I-1. G.. Hetzlef ', 82 .uinxsfbf--f 'f -1 - '- " -. -Q.-Y1.:.f-ft..-..-1-m.A...J,L--.,.,...,,.K - ,, ' Ax N , I , . -- 4 - ,,-N,, ,,,... H., ,s,., ,,, ., ,,, .-1. - .. , N- as aw... ..-, , N 5,-3, .. ' A, 'sr .1-5,-, . J- ,W I fl . .. 5,2 V .. Q,1,.,,,, ......-1, . V . . 1 ' T f . , . . ' , . I . v 1- . ' ,i 23 Q' , , r , taaelafs, ' eetare ssaeiatiaia. , 5' if' e 'A A GFFICERS. , H. A. REYNOLDS, . . ' . I President. A ' C. Y. DIXON, . . . Vice President. A , F.. C. I-IICKS, ' Cor. Secretary. ' - R. C. BRYANT, . Rec. Secretary. I. G. CURRY, A Treasurer. S. A. MORAN, . . V . A . Asst. Treasurer. A COMMITTEE-MEN. ' I Literary Department. A , Senior--F. A. Dean, Freshmen-J. E. Talley, J unior-W. F. Waite, F. A. Walker, Sophomore-A. C. Kiskadden, R. C. McAllister - ' Medical Department. . ' Ni I Senior-E. E. I-Iendershott, . I Junior-E. R. Wagner ', ' .Freshmenfl-I. G. Prettyman. ' Law Department. , ' , , Senior-K. S. Searl, K A ',Junior+F. P. Blackman , Pharmacy Department. A l Gr. A. Bowdish. Homeopathic Department. g f E. HQ Pond. . i 'A Dental Department. - A I ' C. S. Page. Y, Y . . , , ' , High School- . , -ni .5 1 Senior-H. S. Gay, Junior-Fred Richmond. 1 -' ' ' - A n sa, .fyg . A 1 ezrmis ssoeieiiiole. . .- .1 ' 1: , President, . . . IH. B. W1LsoN. Secretary and Treasurer, I C. T. MILLER. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. . , L. M. Dennis, Howie Muir, F. W. Hodges TOURNAMENTS. ' WINNERS. D May, 1885. , " Doubles, . . . Dennis and Wilson. Singles, .D - . . Dennis. I '. M D Fall Field Day, 1885. 4 Doubles, . . . Dennis and Wilson. Singles, . -Iaycox and Angell. , 84 X N . . 1 . J reigneliie QleIle.j K . Q .J , , QFFICERS. I - A S. B. TODD, .... President. W. A. MCANDREWS, . sefyy and T.-ess. PROF. P. R. B. DEPONT, . Diifector. A ' I ' A , EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 4: A 'T F.-ed Wright, T ' F. W. Mehlhep, 1 Harold Wi'ls6n MEMBERS. V J .Miss A. Adamsf ' Miss .Elsie Jones, A, ' Miss M. Breakeyj ' Miss F. Slagiht, ' . E I, " , Miss Converse, T . - Miss Annie Wilson, J J N , Miss L. Gallagher, , B Miss Ida Bell Winehell, . ' ' Miss N. Garrigues, ' Miss Lonise Taylor, L.,,J30y1e, i W. Mehlhop,vM' T I M. Carnes, W. I-I. Muir, E H I ' ,J. G.'Curry, J. E. Talley, T h T. -A W. M. Giller, ' J. B. Thuornas, ' " I J. T. Lee, ' S.'B. Todd, Q Q V A W. A. McAndreWs, H. B. 'Wi1son, . Quhl t AD. M,cDon,e1l, I ,V F. J . ,Chequamegon Gfchestra. V I2 J 85 L L 'sf' 4' - ,W .-.gm -Y . - ,. ..1.,-.,.--- Q QQ f ' 1 I l S5"lw5i'3 1 fy mx l J lf k, N' -wg 5' Xb K , - X, m,f if fy ff Z 5 if !' SW ' 7 7' H IM ., 5 4 N L.. " . Q 6 K ' fb -'T V ' fbf - ff " . 0 ' 61X 'fh-L x in lr I , fq , h " . 2 gf 4,5 . - , . N ' . A V F -7 T Q -s l 1 ' - I A A ' f I 1 I v. A I -WHER THE BRAIN COME5 nh - X - 86' I , , i I Y Y Qiagiiaeeriiag eeiezfg. ORGANIZED 1881-82. UFFICERS. First Semester. L. W. GODDARD, . , . .N President. F. B. PELHAM, . Vice-President. W. W. CAMPBELL. . ' Cor. Sec.. L. B. AMLLER., . Rec. Sec. and Treas E. STENGER ,... . Librarian. Second Semester. b W. W. CAMPBELL, . . President. E. J. LONGYEAR,' Vice-President E. H. WHITACRE, . . See. and Treas. J. H. SINCLAIR, Cor. Sec. EARNEST STENGER. , Librarian. 37 ".,:xLElfZ.'l1+- . N.-,V, f X . - vw-n.4..p, C . . -1 5, H isgele: Qfeile. ' H OFFICERS, W J. E. BEAL, ..... President. GEO. F. KECK, . Secretary. . W. F. ST1MsoN, . . . Treasurer. W ' MEMBERS. J. E. Beal, ' ' Fred. Henion, E. E. Beal, ' Humphreys, C. W. Berry, Geo. F. Keck, I Geo. Brown, t Eugene Mann, CY Chas. N. Champion, Robert Mann, Robert Campbell, Tom Nickels, Will Cheever, ' Harry Nickels. ' C. B. Davison, . W. Smith, Benj. C. DefCamp, W, W, Story, , F- G. Fink, W. F. Stimson, Geo. Frothingham, L, D, Taylgr, W- GSYSUIGT, ' H. S. Tibbits, ' J- J- Goodyear. Chas. Wagner as p if . 'f , x'- Ofifiwlf E QTGIFQQS C??lSSOEiHfiOH. , ff. - QFFICERS. " r . HON. THOMAS M. COOLEY, ' President. ' '- BIOHARD HUDSON, A. M., . A . Vi6C4P1'6Sid6Ht. FRED. C. HIOKS, . . Secretary. ALLAN B. POND, A. M., . Treasurer. ' -ll.. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. h HKJN. THOMAS M. COOLEY. PROF. RICHARD HUDSON. FRED. C. HICKS. - K -PROF. H. C. ADAMS. ' JOSIAH MCROBERTS, JR. H. S. SWIFT. A ' A , . F.. A. CLARY. ALLAN B. -'POND ,l D.J.HAFF. 1- . . 1 ---4ov--- PIr5iifOSO1OEiEHf OEie:fg. . OFFICERS. r, , R GEORGE S. MORRIS, Ph. D , ' President. DEIJBERT J. HAFF, A. B., . Q Vice-PreSideDL - N GEORGE L, BOLBTN, '88, . A Seo. and Treas. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ' A DELBERT HAFF, A. B., BENJ- C- BURT, A- M HERMAN J. POWELL, '35- 89 v ' -W - rw -4-- ' -- .,--..-,,.......-.1.. - A , ..,..., - -Q-.n-:naw r ---fy- , H ALL-.i- .LAAAA ' " " ' Eezidiiiag CQIEIIE. .....-1-.T- OFFICERS. MISS KATE,0RR, . . I . President. . MISS N. BROWN, . Secretary. E.. A. HOOVER, I . . . Treasurer. , Twenty-six Members .----4ov--- T Ee elaira Orem. I OFFICERS. 1 J. D. HAEE, . . , . F. A. DEAN, . , MAY E. THOMPSON, . . ROBT. C. 'R-UDY, . T. H. GALE, ' . . E. H. EHEMAN, . WENDELL P. MOOE, - . . RECEPTION COMMITTEE. President. lst Vice-Presl 2nd Vice-Pres Secretary. Asst. Sec. - Treasurer. Asst. Treas. MISS MARX' E. ASHLEY, Chairman. . - -If .- MUSIC COMMITTEE. HAROLD B. WILSON, Chairman. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. FRANK D. WELLS, Chairman. I SOCIAL COIIMIIIEE. MISS ANNIE WILSON, Chairman. 'S 90 1 ieielezinig' Qkirigtien 'A H. J. POWELL, . AL B. CURTIS, ui-l OFFICERS. GEO. A. BROWN, . E. S. SHAW, N. M. AUSTIN, ' J. E. HODGE, WM. W. CADIPBELL, VV. P. MUNN, VICE-PRESIDENTS. MISS FLORA M. POTTER, ' ' ' iv MISS M. G. THOMPSON, E. C. MIIJLER, . f A . H. K. WILBUR, W. L. LAN, G. B. KELSO, . 91 L. . ., Ssaeiatiem. Presidentx Rec. Secretary. Cor. Secretary. Treasurer. ' Librarian . Chorister. A l Literary Department. Medical Departinent. Law Department. Pharmacy ' Department Dental Department. Homoeopathie Dep. '.' 'I . A - .' ., U, f . ...-,...-..f.,. I-, ... , 'vn- . 'TF ,1 Iigcleclri Q eufel. VISITORS. THE RIGHT -REVEREND SAMUEL S. HARRIS, D. D., LL. D., ' Bishop of Michigan. .rpHE 15z,1G,Hg11!REVERENIJ GEORGE D. GILLESPIE, D. gD., ' I ' N 'A ' Bishop Of Western Michigan. . .1-l , . OFFICERS. , A REVISREND SAMIIEL EEARP, Rector of St. Andrews Church Ann ' I Q Arbor, President, ex-Ojicio. Q MR.--A. A. BOYER, . . President. MISS.A.,MAY SOULE, . . Vice-President. N MR. E. C. GARRIGUES, . Secretary. , MR. K. W. HESS, . . Treasurer. C EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. . A 1 - i The officers of the Guild. MR. I V ' b f Q MR. C. H. RICHMOND. ' V . I PROF. H. S. 'FRIEZE. . PROF. G. S. MORRIS. 1 Meetings in Chapel of Saint Andrews, Church, Division Street, Membership 147. 92 V Q g Qiaieisg Qfeile., ,1.L.i--v . QFFICERS. C. P. BEC,KW1TH,.Lit. '87, . . . President. g C. VV. KUHNE, Law '87, Vifoe-President. R. EJ PARKE, Lit. '87,j . Rec. Secretary. W. W. MCN.4IR, Law '87, - Treasurer. , O. B.,TAYLoR, Lit. '86, C. W. KUHNE, Law, '87, E. T. BOWER, Med. '87, Meeting eve I . . .4 . Game Recorder. Editor for Chronicle . . I Editor for Argonaut ry Saturday night. Thirty-five Members. .94 1 'Y A V--.......w-Q -. -..A ... --Q-1 as-. .s .-x....,-- :.a--f-- .4 -- .. s.. ..... ..,.... ,, .Y .R J iezlel ag. 1 I OCTOBER 31, 1885. By the Rugby Association H REPEREE. R PROFESSOR SEWALL. .Mi--f l . J UDGES. PROFESSOR DE PONT, PROFESSOR KINGSLEY, PROFESSOR AYERS. .Mull- ' ' TIME KEEPERS. . PROFESSOR HARRLNGKFON, MR. E. H. SMITH. f . - ill- STARTER. J. M. JAYOOX. M..- Music by the High School Band. ....1T- F Standing Broad Jump-L. J. Carpenter, Law '86 .... -----11 ft. 11 in Heavy Weight Wrestling-F. Henderson, Law, '89 Throwing the Hammer-F. N. Bonine, Medicf."86 . Mile Walk-D. C. Worcester, Lit '88 . .... , .... ---- Half Mile Run-J. N. Haley ..... -- -----.----.-- Fencing Contest-J. M. Jaycox, Lit '87 .... -- ..... Running High Jump-F. N. Bonine, Medic '86---- Heavy Weight Boxing-J.. M. Jaycox, Lit '87 8- .... Horizontal Bar-George L. Price, Lit '86 .... ---- , 100 Yards Dash-F. N. Bonine, Medic '86- ..... Leap-frog-'88 VS. '89, won by Freshmen ...... Tugof War--'88 VS. '89, Won by Sophomores .... Li ht Wei ht Boxing E L Smith Law '87 S 8' -' - - i ----- Q Hurdle Race-F. N. Bonine, Medic '86- ..... .... 'H .95 84 ft 8 min. 35 Sec 2 min. 20 Sec ----5 ft. 45 in -----10i'Sec gllni v - -':"v'1 :V Kyla u :L Lab,-ikrguf x. , ' U" 'J ff' QN X ff' ' M 5 X by T y , I 4755 Af , f Z Z4 QA 296 N A I l Q, 1,f:Q,5Lf,'QQ -1341 ,Qi..fQggQi-gli?-?Qi.iE x-:X A I" 4 0 Z J 1 - X wg fx. XX i Q D. I fix .Q INN 1157 X 'I fa . Garnier ep rgcanigeltienf .. -CFFICERS. A WALTER R. PARKER, . . Chairman. L. G. TOWNSEND, Secretary. M. W. MILLS, . . Treasurer. COMMIT TEES. A Arrangements. J. D. HIBBARD, Chairman. NAT DEGEN, M. W. MILLS, S. K. PITTMAN, K. W. I-IESS, F. R. MCCREERY, FRANK VELDE Reception. A J. T. THOMAS, Chairman, T. J. BALLINGER, , R. H. HUNT, , C. L. CARTER, T G. L. KEIFER . Invitation. - JAS. HALSTEAD, Chairman, V L. G. TOWNSEND, V f J- E- BALL. W. A. BLAKELEY, I , W- T- SMITH T T97 Q v STEER Flu ' GFFICERS. I-I. J. POWELL, . . . . G. M. HEWEY, . ' H. W. IFAIRBANKS, . . L. RCONNELL, . W. H. WALKER, . F. B. WALKER, SIBYL EDITORS. President. Vice?Presideut Secretary. h Treasurer. Critic. , 'Librarian . Gr. A. BROWN, Senior, MISS E. S. GASTMAN, Junior . .-T. 1 . SIBYL EDITORS FOR FALL SEMESTER. MR. DEMMON, Senior 3 MISS KENNEDY, Junior Ee: 'Eiite-:retry Helexfpgii. A UFFICERS. V E. M. HARTMAN, E. H. STAFFORD, . u C. I-I. CUSHING, . BELMONT WAPLES, ' T. C. SEVERANCE, . FRANK WAPLES, . 98 President., x Vice-President. Secretary. Treasurer. Librarian .4 Asst. Librarian l I g. E E 3, x b , ,. I I I E K I C ,I 5 5 5 e I YK 5 f L 5, lm" lr 2. E I F I .a if .... ... W .. l Q. ' I ,,..-4.9 I I .-..-.-,-.- A-1 .A N - .-.- ..-....,-S .,.,,.,4. f .,-...M .,,. .-. . A - . F u effezrseieieriel d eeieiig. i - Law EDepartmeut. -l1i . SOFFICERS. W. M. CLAREY, f , , . , . . E. E. AOTIS, . . J. H. INGMERSON, . J. M. GLASGOW, . J. A. CRAWFORD, , 0. A WILLIAMS, . F. C. GILBERT., , A. B. MGMILLEN, . .L..44gy.-1- President. Vice-President. Rec. Secretary. Cor. Secretary. Senior Critic. Junior Critic. Marshal. Treasurer. Forty-six Active Members Gkzlesiezr eeietg. ORGANIZED MARCH, 1860. -,1 I A Law Department. OFFICERS. January-March, 1886. C. B. I-IAMRLE, '86, . . . L. R. LOOMIS, '87, . F. W. STEVENS, '87, . . W. J. SPEARS, '86, . R. J. PIGIIERS, '86, . 99 President. Vice President. Secretary. Treasurer. Marshal. n Sixty-one Members V HASEISA RISE. i-.1-.-1 J OFFICERS. . MISS MAY WIIEDON, . - ' PI'9Sid911t- ' MISS ANNIE WILSON, . Secretary- 'MISS JULIA CARUTHERS, . Conductor.- C ' MEMBERS. , First So pranos MISSIMAY WHEDON, . N MISS LOIS T. ANGEIIL, First Altos- I Second Sopranos- MISS MILLIE KNOWLTON, I , A MISS AMANDA MACK, MISS IDA BELLE WINCHELL, MISS JANE MAHON, Second Altos MISS CARRIE BELL INE ST. JOHN, 4 MISS CHARLOTTE HUTZEII, MISS LUOY COLE, MISS MERIB RCWLEY, . 1 MISS J OSEPH OYSE. M1SSlANNIE XVILSON, MISS ORA R A N MISS MARY ECOTT. ' x . U X X n 7 102 CG2Ee:cqRern1e-:,ga1a. CFFICERS. M. H. CLARK, . . . President. 1 ' FRED7K LOHRSTORFER, . A Director of Orchestra. E. L. DRAKE, . . . Business Manager. ' BAND. F.. L. DRAKE, Solo Bb Cornet, HERBERT COX,,1st Alto, G. A. ISBELL,1St Bb Cornet, FRED'K LoHRsToRFER,1st Tenor, R. E. DRAKE, 2d Bb Cornet, E. D. BILBIE, 2d Tenor, FRED. MOOMBER, Solo Alto, J. F. COOKE, Baritone, . M. I-I. CLARK, Tuba.. s ORCHESTRA. , FRED'K LOHRSTORFER, 1 Violin, FRED. MOOMRER, Flute, E. D. BILBIE, 2d Violin, A M. I-I. CLARK, Clarionet, HERBERT COX, Viola, E. L. DRAKE, lst Cornet, G. A. ISBELL, Double Bass, B.. E. DRAKE, Sd Cornet, A J. F. COOKE, Trombone. - 103 A . -, def:-fm A ..-TATA --at, A--,---fy------A '-WT-'-' 'fran'--' - A , . .,-.i.., -1 ,-.,,- x X Y r K wraga Pwkafiwtim 1 105 X . 1 Y , - , f He: Iiaeiffeieliwm. ISSUED ANNUALLY BY THE SECRET SDGIETIES OE THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT ' EDITORS FOR 1885-6. ROBERT H. HUN1', X AP, ALEXANDER F. MOEWAN, A A fb, LEWIS E. DUNHAM, A K E, , Financial Editor. FRED- W. JOB, Z CD, ' EDWARD C. PITKIN, Z Alf, Managing Editor. FRED B. WIXSON, Al' T, Secretary. - HOWARD G. HETZLER, B e 11, FRED B. HOLLENREOK, CD K AP, -EDWIN F. SAUNDERS, A T A. - -.--4ow--- I Ee: r EIe:. ISSUED ANNUALLY BY THE SDPHODIDRE CLASS. . EDITORS FOR 1885-6. M. ROSENTHAL, Managing Editor. E. L. BOLEN, Business Manager. F. S. ARNETT, Secretary. and Acting Business Manager. L.AK. COMSTOCK, F. W. HAWKS, E. E. HEINEMAN, M. M. MANN, J. C. MONAUGHTON, Miss H. B. SMALLEY, Miss ELSIE J ONES. 106 1 . . u Q' 1' -r'H'--'-.xv-'Aa A ' : 4 ,--- sur.. 1. 4 -. - -- . .1 .,-4 , gy sux -rc.: Q .avg - S , .... ' si: .5,,.v.-mag.. ' N,q., . ,-5,5 .,4,,tA. .L VA V.:-qL ,::-M -V, I-:gl . CQEreEiefe:. PUBLISHED FORTNIGHTLY. - EDITGRS FOR 1885-6. First Semester. T G. W. WHYTE, B 9 H, . O. B. TAYLOR, . M. D. ATKINS, . f L. E. DUNHAM, A K E, W. A. BLAKELEY, X NP, . . E. C. PITKIN, Z NP, . W. M. GILLER, F. W. STEVENS, .1 .v Managing,Editor. Various Topics. General Literature Things Chronicled Exchanges. Personals. 'f Literary Notes. Sec'y and Treas. x Seoo-nd Semester. - F. W. STEVENS, . . E. C. PITKIN, Z if, . W. M. GILLER, . W. A. BLAKELEY, X Nr, ' W. W. CAMPBELL, . , .T. F. MORAN, . . GEO. L. CANFIELD, A K E JOHN I-I. HIBBARD, 2 111, Managing Editor. Various Topics. General Literature Things Chronicled. Exchanges. Personals. Literary Notes. Sec' y and Treas. n-.,,,,,,....f W - .. .-....-s . 4-1 v-f'..,g- gf, - 1 ' - ' Eze: Cilrgenaai. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. I A FIRST SEMESTER, 1885-88. F. A. AINSWORTH, ' . . Managing Editor. H. S. SWIFT,' . ' . . Business Manager. I , ,86. I ' F. T. WRIGHT, fir K Alf, F. L. WEAVER, W A MOANDREWS, A 'JJ A MJOSIAI-I MORORERTS, AIT, . . H C. A. WHEELER. 87. F. J. BAKER. A 88. , V H. S. SWIFT. , 'Medical Department. 1 W. H. ALLIJORT, , 1 C. E. NORRIS. A Law. Department. . A CHARLES DRESBACH, ' F. W. STEVENS. ' M - Pharmacy Department. - CQ H..FELT. Dental Department. A W. H. DAVIS. ' Homeopathic Department. A R. C. TAYLOR.. ' SECOND SEMESTER. . A' F. T- WRIGHT. fl' K NY, 1 . . Managing Editor. S. A. MORAN, . '. Business Manager. '86, ' ' F- T. WRIGHT, ' F. L. WEAVER, ' JOSIAI-I MCROBERTS, if T, A ' '87. R. 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E. ROEI-IL, Catcher. ' H. G. WILLIAMS, Short Stop. it ' R. H. HUNT, Pitcher. ' LM. S. THOMPSON, Left Field. 1 ,-.,. F. A. Joss, lst Base. V L. H. CAMPBELL, Centre Field -C. D. WILEY, 2d Base. F A. M. BLAKELEY, Right Field. WM- BLAKELEY, 3d Base. MALCOLM GUNN, Back Stop. V f I ' . V 1 A., ' N , 1 I x 1. i , 112 I I I V l if.. A i I E i X . I fl V, A xo 23 2 J' A E f lr I, , f xg ff E E ff F ' vi ARE F EEN W. U 'SP fi... , P51 Q1EE1IZEE Eiigt QIEIIE. M. ODELL, E.,BA.LL, V . 'C. E. BRUCE, WILLARD POPE, E R I -E I-I. E. BQYNTON, C. T. MILILER, F. B. AWIXSOAN, O, F, SQHMID EE Ei EigfE.ff.1E. FA C. E. ROEHL, ' R. H. HUNT, r L. E. CAMPBELL, ' F. A.. Joss. V .......-.4.gy..-4-- ' I I O 4 - ew 'L Eleim E i Eigt ERIE. FRED D. SHERMAN, V FRANK L. VELDE, ED. V. BOPE, LOUIS LEE. . ' 113 . N 1 x K Rf 1.ff11 f-1-A- ff? L-1f u w - , ' 'W 1 2 . I-I, I. ' lv ,771 A ,,-, 4, Zigi 131 K fr if WV .w ,f, fc f I 3' 1 r x . 3 I' ' '1 :I ,- F v 0119 ,-R .V ,J-C 1 r 1 v w 1 1 Q my-nf f Q Hofvfj :T- 114 4 . A' , X 1 if Q elsleexf. f , f Qorle Mandolins MASON S THOMPSON, HOWIE LIIUIR Guitars C P WHELI ER F R MOCRLERY, I-I U WILUAMS Banjos FRANK NICDONALD, W HEBARD -aera- , Q51 PS1 FOEQ-zsfrel. 1 M S THOMPSON, Mandolln R H HUNT, F1rSt Flute, A B CLARK, V1o11n C D WILEY, Second Mute, J B bWEITZER,P13.111S13 Q51 51 Qnon J B SWLITZLR, lst Tenor, I-I G W1LLIAMS,,2d Tenor, W A BLAKDLEY, 1St Bass, MALCOLM GUNN, 2d Bass, M S THOMPSON, P1an1st .1-1-4OP"'-f"" f eitetta. , G L CANFIELD,L6ade1', A Gr W KIMBALL, lst Tenor, W B PARKFR,2d Tenor, O S STULL,1SEB3,SS, A S HEBBARD, BaSS, VV M S'lRONG,P1aI11Sf3 1 f " Q ,1 .1 1 1 ' - e- " 'aw' ' ' "" ' I I' I. I ' 1 S I Qitiaezns' ' 8fC?lgQeI6I. ..TT.T. I , , EXHORTING DEPARTMENT. A. F. HEN.NI+:QUIN, Q' . Exhorter in Chief. , l J di: 1PRED RE'1I'rICH, JR., . Assistant Exhorter. ' . BOB MOORPI, . BURNETT, I , ' BIINER, . Lesser Exhorters. . I PITTMAN, I HIBB-ARD, 5 7 L "" -ii -r ' 1 'L - I I ' 1 .-1 DETECTIVE DEPARTMENT. I, I W. W.ABEMAN, , . . Ferret Extr. and Detc Plen. 'V ' 'I H Di I BROWN, A . , . . The Sleepless C25 Weasel. d ffg HOIXIER ,HENDERSON, I 1 I-IERDMAN, , I . Superanuated Polioernen. JIM MARTIN, I 'O'O , POLITICAL DEPAETIVIENT, 1. W. W. BEMANA . . . A . Candidate for Alderman. - li' . ,I REFORMED DEPARTMENT. I CLAUSSEN, V DEVIN, ,, A . ROSENTHAL, A HODGE, A be ' SURS. 'EI- , mf :I 5 .I A lf' I I ff: l18 . , -. .5 -II ..-' G ' . H 41 ., I E ,V up ' J -SL I ,.. vw' ' Q-f .,.,,.......,,,,,, ., .....,..,-.H.,. -3 ., .Q-...fa-.-..., va,--.Lg - A--'T----f--A-H - "'- +'-"v---'rf' ' ' "'t' . """' A A ellleidirarn dzdiiers. FROM THE BEGINNING. -ll. 760. I. W. N- IRLDLIG, Q Walter McCollum, W. J. Buchanan, Aaron C. Jewett, A ' Henry M. Utley, Samuel S. Walker, , Osgood E. Fuller. E 761, Charles K. Adams, Charles L. Drake, James H. Goodsell, Aaron C. Jewett, John S. Lord, I V Lewis H. Redford, H Sidney G. Morse. - , 762. ' Clarence E. Wilbur, Theodore H. Hurd,- Rienzi H. Baker, William E. Anibrusiei Charles B. Wood, Conway Wy Noble, ' Lewis S. F. Pilcher. ' 163. A A Henry M. Hurd,', Joseph C. Hart, Lincoln' T. Farr, Levi L. Barbour, Henry E. Duncan, E. D. W. Kinne, X Homer L. Wright. ' . ' 764.1 William J. Maynard, , Scuyler Grant, Scovel C. Stacy, ' William D. Hitchcock, W. Jesse Booth, ' F G Oscar P. Bills, J Benjamin F. Stage. H I , 765. ' Edward C. Boudinot, 'Anderson Wing, Charles M. Goodsell, Sanford B. Ladd, Gabriel M. Crutcher, ' George B. Remick, ,George W. Hunt, J. Barnes Root, ' ' George W. Seevers. , , 119 John W..Remington, William VV. Richards, Oliver,P. Dickinson, James R. Blish, Henry C. French, John G4 McGill, 'Charles L.'Maris, . Charles Quarles, 766. ' , Henry Smith, Henry P. Churchill, Lewis P. Judson, 7 A. Eugene Mudge, George C. Harris. 767. Theodore M. Shaw, Wickliffe W. Bellville, J. Monroe Darnell, Edgar S. Johnson, - . Edward W. Wetmore. John G. McGill, , Oliver H. Dean, Roselle N. J enne, Galusha Pennell, 768. ' ' Joseph M. Stout, William K. Anderson, Edward C. Burns, Brutus J. Clay, Llewellyn P. Tarlton. - 769. Alfred E. Wilkinson, C. Wheeler Durham, W. .Corwin Johns, Elroy M. Avery, B. L. C. Lothrop, Marmaduke B. Kellogg Wm. A. Butler, Jr., J. William Johnson. 770. G M. A. AK. Meyendorff, Edward H. Jones, William R. Day, Charles P. Gilbert, lHar1ow P. Davock, Willard A. Kingsley, Berrie L. Swift. 7 . . 771. J. Lathrop Gillespie, Addison Millerd, Earle J- Knight, Alexander B. Raymond M0I't0I1 W- LMSOD, Charles M. Wilkinson, Harry C. Willcox. . 772. ' Wil.liam H. Wells, Dwight C. Rexford, William H. Hinman, ' Lewis B. Parsons, Charles B. Lothrop, 7 John E. Ensign, William T. Underwood. Samuel T. Douglas, Harry O. Perley, A. G. Bishop, George H. Jameson, 776. Frank H. Walker, John S. Richardson, George Rust, ' Samuel E. H , 120 'imp Edward C. Hin man Marshall C. Lungren, Edward VV. Withey, George H. Jameson, A. L. Arey, E. R. Hutchins, W. S. Russell, 7 G. E. Pantlina, E. C. Swift, C. L. Van Pelt, Bryant Walker, Edward H. Guyer, William B. Ferris, Edward A. Gilbert, William V. Grove, Thomas H. Noble, Ross Wilkins, E. A. Christian, E. C. White, J. R. Russel, W. T. Hall, W. W. Hannan, F. F. Reed, C. H. Campbell, C. S. Mitchell, H. M. Pelham, M. K. Perkins, E. H. Bowman, F. C. Mandell, E. H. Ozmun, C. T. Brace, 7 7 7 I Charles'R. Wing, Harry T. Thurber, Charles A. Warren, Louis E. Morris. C. O. Ford, H. fC. Ford, S. W. Smith, G. E. Putnam. . A. W. Hard, C. W. H. Potter, J. P. Dunn, Jr., . B. B. Campbell. -A 777. Charles A. Bosworth, Verner J. Tefft, W. Scott Judy, Albert W. Hard. 7 Marion B. Allen, D. H. Stringham, B. Frank Bower, John H. Black. , 7 , 779 W. L. Axford, O. Dunham, C. E. Epler, W. F. Bryan, J. W. McKinley. Q , 1 - 7 121 R. H. McMurdy, C. C. Whitacre, A. J. Babcock, D. A. Garwood, M. C. Miller. C. H. Johnston, C. S. Fuller, i O. F. Hunt, J C. R. Buchanan, W. B. Stickney. l i James H. Norton, William E. Martin, Henry S. Pratt, ' Francis D. Weeks, Thornton' W. Sargent, Harry S. Ames, J John J. Cumstook, Henry A. Mandell, Edwin E. White, Leavitt K. Merrill, Willis J. Abbot, ' William Savidge, Willard B. Clapp, f Elmer Dwiggins, Don C. Corbett, I , Arthur H. Williams, George B. Sheehy, Delos Thompson, 782. 7 1 Charles L. Coffin, James W. Bemiek, John H, Grant, Fred C. Coldren, Walter H. Hughes. John J. Morris, ' Elmer W. Parkhurst Harry McNeil, John H. Jennings, Frank M. Gilmore, F. Arthur Walker. I 7 Harry F. Forbes, 'i Leslie B. Hanohett, William F. Word, Lewis A. Rhoades, James L. Callard. ' 7 Thomas J. Ballinger, Robert F.. Eldredge, Thomas C. Phillips, Joseph V. Denney, Alvah G. Pitts. G 122 S fav' .1-v--5- aw,-, '-M:-R 'xxx X A ,, x 1. ..,.a.a.n- ,SQA Wk F- .. , I I. f E i- i i l I il 3 l . F. i P 5 Q I F 1 1 l 1 I 5 . E Q 1 W 1 5 I . i I Y t 2 F E ii I E . . ,ga it - ' E it 1 ,I 5. F . Pi.. , - ' i 1 . i F 5 E. . i, t li' , V ' li l . 5. F 1 i. l 5 E . . E t , .,f: . 1 . Qleiss r aiaigeitifaias Fiioii THE BEGlNNlNG.9i -1-1-1. 4 761, V ' J osEPH W. VVooD, President. y 1 Henry M- Utley, Poet. Ebru L. Little, Historian. John C. Johnson, Ora.tor. ThornaskB. Weir, Prophet. . 762. L 6 . ALDRIDGELEY C. Powims, Patriarch. ' Edwin F. Uhl, Orator. A H. Dewey Follet, Seer. 4VVm. Eugene Nelson, Poet. Aaron C. Jewett, Scribe. ,ca , J . . ' V . ILIEVI J. BROWN, President. V 1 A Newton H. Winchell, Poet. Conway W. Noble, Scriptor Berum Orville N. Collidge, Orator. John H. McClure, Arbiter Bibendi P4 '64 A W. D. HITCHCOCH, President. , E. D. W. Kinne, Orator. Joseph C. Hart, Historian. Scovel C. Stacy, Poet. ' Wm. S. Brewster, Seer. ' 765. , J J oHN B. Roorr, President. Sanford B. Ladd, Orator. Charles M. Goodsell, Seer. Gabriel Campbell, Poet. Albert Jennings, Historian. A H 766. J SALEM T. CHAPIN, President. Carroll S. Fraser, Poet. ' . . Sydney Beckwith, Seer. Eleazer Darrow, Orator. , Horace W. Lewis, Historian. ' 167. I J , ' JOHN. O. ANDREWS, President. George E. Church, Orator. Henry P. Churchill, Seer. Dwight N. Sowell, Poet. . lArtemusK Roberts, Historian. if' Previous to 1861 the Classes had no organization. 123 I -.-,, I .y P ' . 1 ' ' ' . I , 1 , . R -' ess-I V elff Gisseeielfiepl-X ,df f , N Season of, 1886. -. -Q - D UFFICERS. R' ij .R P. R. B. DE PONT, .R R . . President. ' . LOU DUNHAM, .f Vice-Presiident. ' EDWIN F. SAUNDERS, , . Sec. and Trees. ' D R BOARD OF DIRECTORS. . A R Q3 J. D. Hibbard, W. D. Condon. . i P W. Mehlhop, J. M. Jaycox, ,,V' ' ' Geo. J. Waggener. . 3 . . ' ' ' 99 ' V f1'. '.'e R elwle 919165.15 Ciisseeleltlem. ' A Q f- R . . UFFICERS. S- K- PITTMAN, N . . .. President. P 5351 R- F- BAKER, D . P Sec. and Treas. ZA ' . . , I v EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. . . ..-. - R g , C- L- Carter, C.T.Mil1er, R W, H, Muir. rw: ..e P I I . V Y l ,. .4 Q 1-Smee prmtmg the Base Ball' and Tennis Associations, 1111956 associations ' , have been reorganized. - Q4 - jg' .3 .. A V . - -712 , 4 , 'fav 1 . 0 X 126 ' P ! 1 . 'ff A x "' ' 13 , -1, .JI f' " 'V up , . ...R .. K, . V A',...4 . -yu . -.n . - 'xx 1 ., 9 1 w 4 , , """'1' """:""" N-Xywff-"f'N-'Q.N,1v-----5311"-'-'J'wfxra-X -,G,..Q.. - -1-' JBL-'K' W'---" '-.K..'1-i---il' 1-MAVVQ ' ' '-no-f. 1- W " 1- ---wr ff ---+f, p-Q4--as-41-F - . 1 . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 x 1 1 1 I .1 1 X f 1 X 1 '1- I 1 I 1 , - 1 1 I 1 J X , .1 - 1 1 N ,X I 1 1 1 1 ,l 1 K 1 I 1 1, , ' ' 1 I 1 I '1 1 1 1. 1 1 ' ' . X Q A 1 k ,. 1 Q , I 1' I I ,1,1v A , -- 1 1 1 Vx- f , ,V 1, , , 1 1 1 , l I I 1 1 ,lf 1 .1 ,- 1 1 1 , X V X , X , 1 1, , . 1 I 1 X 1 .1 Y 1 1 lx. 1' -. . 1 1 1 -1, 1 V Y 1 , 1 XX 1 ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 . 1 1 o . V-'V g 69 . . 1 . . X x - , , . 5 ,I 'f ' ' , 4 U I X 1 1 ' I , 1X . l ' 1 111V 3111. 1 , l,, ' I 1 M" 1 1. . V, .X - 1 ' 1 'IVY 1 4 1 1 1 , 1 N ' 1 1 ' -X' ' 1 f , I 1 1 1 . I K X 1 1 I , lx X I 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 f 1 1 l 1 1' 1 4 I 1 4 l X x 1 1 'I I ' 127 ' l I 1 1 1 1 k I 1 1 N .. I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . f 1 ,A .lr 1 X 1 1 . X X 4 Vx I 1',, 1 I. X 1 ' ' 1 1 1 11 1. -f 1-- W .. . 1.- , .1 1- ' 1.1 1 - 1 v 1.,11' . ' - ,, - 1 V 1.1-1 1 1- -- 1-11--ff-1 A ,AL .,1 .1. .1-,...-..-Q1 ,,.,,..-- .Nu .,. .. .,... , ,A 1 ,,1 H.. -...,,1. -.,,1... .,-...J 1, 1......-.- ..,. ,,.. AW.. , 1 1 ' 4 . ,. Ee taeleet ef AND TIIE ' erieleie firfeiir. 1.1.-il A PHILOSOPHICAL BALLAD. ..,...,,1..i- A maiden sat 'neath a 'Linden tree Till her pail at the fount should fill, Fair as a daughter of Job was she And she sang as she waited a melody free With many a silvery trill 5 While the chattering water in Hlling her pail Sang with her a frolicsome song 5 and the vale Re-echoed both maid and rill. Ajolly young student in cap and gown Came whistling by the wall ' His eyes were bright, and his cheeks were brown With scrip and staff he had come from the town, On afoot, a journey small. He stopped when he saw the maiden there And bowed to the earth with a 'gallant air And' begged for a drink, that's all. He drank, and cup in hand, he swore By some old classical place, I Invokinga dozenof gods or more, He never had tasted such Water before, Served up by such beauty and grace. He'd thought the girls were fair at Bonn But-now he saw he was wrong, not one ' Could boast ofa beautiful face. Then, you're a student," said the maid, " From Bonn, you come, I see." She eyed him shyly, half afraid, Yet half admiring one arrayed H Ill Cap and gown as he. . H 128 l '1 1 T1 . F , v r .1 N T-,H Ig .Xx,. fl- .X in A-,. 'ii ' Lg' H ' x 1 A7 ' 1 1 , . , X , 1 i u ' .,- I . A X rf fxqf A f I Y I ff? 1 V "xv-"-"r-----,M--.....:......f-f.-.....W',.,,.,--- ,,,,,,,,,,,. A A -----wg...- 1 " From Bonn," quoth he, " I came last night, A student, whosesupreme delight ' Is rare philosophy." " Philosophy! The Life! The Soul ! The What, the How, theiWhy! T The Is, the Was, the,Part, the Whole! The Whence, the Where, the End, the Goal! The He, the You, the I! It tells us what we're striving for 5 ' It teachesus the living, or It shows us how to die." I " It teaches us men's thoughtsto read." " Read mine! " the maiden said. ' " I can and will. If you'll give heed, h I'1l wager Ican tell in deed, . What you'l1 do ere Iim sped. For winning, you'll give me a kiss, For losing, let the fine be this : I'll give you one instead." 4 Not giving the maiden a breath toreply, " My Philosophy," said he, "says this : : Before I go back to the road hard by, , Or vault again over the wall so high, I ' .You shall willingly give mea kiss." ' O ho, Sir Philosopher, now you are wrong ! C Your learning don't me-rit the worth of a song! ' I N I shall not! so truly you'Ve missed." "Alas! then I've lost and the wager is thine, So kiss me according to bond. Refusing? A bargain's a bargain 5 and mine Was made without cavil, and now you incline To break it! " His cap then he donned. But he saw the red lips as when midsummer dews Bathe roses 5 and " Prithee, who said I'd refuse ? " I-Ie heard the girl softly respond. - So he kissed her and whispered," O ho, I have won g You did kiss me! givemegimy pay, . n K , There, now I've won twice 3 that's two wagers. or none You'll pay them ? thatls four, now pay those." " Sir, have done! V Did the struggling maiden say. , I I And blushing she fled to the Linden tall, W While the student he clambered up over the wall And merrily wandered away. 129 V 'C' ,W . , -- I Y If .- , ' ' ' Q" 11, ff' uf' x l l , f p ' f And the maiden, she shook out her crumpled hair, As she sat 'neath the Linden tree. I ' Though her pail bubbled over, she gave it ho carey Butflushing indiginantly pondered she there Till the rogue she no 10ngeriC0u1,d sexe. i , Then she said with a tear in those eyes of jet How glorious, powerful, Wonderful, yet I ' How sweet is Philosophy," , p Qgx , X I I . 130-i , 1 f Q 2 l ' N. 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Hereupon Glller arose in a s -L - gornparing Tennyson to Homer, Goethe, Mrs. Felicia Hemans, and Bill Nye, he closed in this characteristic strain, i' Such were 'my opin- ions of the Princess, just and appreciative opinions as I think all will admit, before I listened to the last speaker. He, ladies and gentlemen, has thrown a wet blanketlon my admiration. Could I have detected the resemblance of the Princess to Martha, Mary, or Rebecca or any other Biblical character, I should have consigned the book to flames. When, let me ask, will gentlemen of culture be free from such senseless allusions? How long must this benighted world wait for the triumph of the gloriousprinciples of Voltaire, Paine, and de Pont? " The face of Powell was long and sad to behold as he struggled to his feet to express his regret at the remarks of the last gentlemen and his belief that no other member of the Seminary held similar opinions. As he was young and timid and unexperienced, he would not now at- tempt a vindication of Christianity and his own aquatic doctrines,but he would confine himself to the question already prepared by him, as to what was Tennyson's Philosophy. The speaker then related the history of philosophy from the earliest times to the present, dwelling at especial length on the pre-Socratic school, the eleaticism of Xeno- phanes, the Post Aristotelians, and Malibran che. He regretted that his introduction had taken so much time that he could make no remarks on Tennyson. Sober here made some reference to a supposed afhnity of Tennyson for the Jews, from the fact that Tennyson once referred to an incident of Jewish history. Reynolds thought the point notiwell taken, since Tennyson was in error as to the reference. As the speaker remembered it, the Poet- Laureate had stated that J ehosophat had led the Jews through the Red Sea, whereas every sensible man knew that it was not J ehosophat, but Goliath that undertook the job. ' Sober said in reply that it might not have been J ehosophat, but it couldn't have been Goliath, as he was slain with a sling shot by Bel- shazzar before the Jews were ever heard of. .Reynolds stoutly maintained his point,'asserting that the Jews took their origin from the tower of Babel. - Sober was not squelched, and closed with the remark that he would prove .at the next meeting that such was not the case by citations from the original works of Nebuchadnezzar. Here the chimes were heard, and after Prof. Demmonrs Congratu- lation. to his class on their careful and critical study of Tenn Son the room was soon deserted. A I ' ' J y ' - tate Ofi-11, suppressed excitement After l 134. 'U ff H x V. 7, , if x s X i l....., .V--- ,..',.,.,. x gpigrelmsf THE WILOOX FAMILY' Wilcox and Wife have a brilliant idee, Because beingxmarried they're one, So if either one chances to flunk, don't you see, Only half a flunk's made when it's done. So,Levi P. . Wilcox he - Says he has the bulge on the Universitee. X THE THREE STA RSC V Three " mitey" Dudes to the Law Department came J. Gabe Smith, a I-1afIQ and Peele by name.' W The first a powfvenu who scribbling surpassed E The self suiiiciency of both the last. The force of nature, thus so rudely mauled, To give the last two hair made Gabriel bald. uni---1 a it P12012 G. S. MORRIS. T A true philosopher thou art, A true as Roman Cato, And yet you didn't do quite right To name your pup as Plato. 1.,.....-...hu 1 y T .L M .Llycoxi Thou'1t gain the victory no more, A second place is thine, Since Clemmie's came up to the fore, Thy star has ceased to shine. 135 , . . ..,h ,, Y r . x , 1 ,. I . s i s T w t t t .'sa"S ORACLE. Poor Rosentha1's a ligure head, , X t The other men were dronesg Buttif you'd see the Oracle, r It was Miss Elsie Jones. X I . - .1.....--1 t ANN- ARBOR. f ' Anaba it's said was the way Of speaking the word long ago 5 A 'ome fools can be seen yet to-day Who try to pronounce 1tJl1St so ZHE FOSSILS OF '85S BOARD T J Belllgerens Is actlve as of yore And of our grlnds tl11S year I-Ie's furnlshed three or four Bold Tommy Phllhps yet remalns A lCI16d1C rank IS he And co eds follow blushlng Bob About the l1bI'21Il6 xggz N--, is E E U . H , , , I l , 1 , . I Q . x V I ' - - , . ' K . I 'Q f 3 ffl... l ' f X ' 2133 5 Q , 3 . ei 1' . 1 Q t e 136 1 1 Z 1. ,E X. Y ' X 's A E A v . ...P - ..... . . - . sw. . J .V V , bhruil Agigd B MMA! -A I E V A . ' . A ' , - s f t . ".'Aff'.'i"T'T?" ee-4-e " , X. ' rieif ' iegre1pEic-is. -lil WHO ARE THEY? Was born in Lower Town, Ann Arbor,'1845.-Was a model boy in school.-Used to get prizes for reporting bad boys.-At age ofisix found a book of logarithms.-Intensely interested in it.-Read it again and again.-At age of nineteen our hero went to Chicago to make his for- tune.-He invested money in futures on wheat and has ever since been earnest in his condemnation of all gambling.-Convinced that business life was neither moral or paying, he returned to Ann Arbor to teach mathematics.-Believes in enforcing all laws except the one against bicycles going on sidewalks.-Is well and favorably known' by public menof the city, as Lawrence, Cramer and Binder.-Is even a public man himself as the vote given him for alderman showsf , , Born at Cairo, the " Eden " of Martin Chuzzlewit, and the capitol of American Egypt.-In consequence labored under serious disadvan- tages.--His successful struggles against the malaria of that region, a new confirmation of' the doctrine of survival of the fittest.QEarly life passed as cabin boy on Mississippi river steamer.-Studiously conceals the scene of the following period, butjudging from his 'present refined manners and unmistakably gentlemanly instincts, he must either have .been subjected to the refining and ennobling influences of cow-boy life in the wild west or have attained his polished manners through contact with the cultured population of Indiana I-Ioosierdom.-No other hypothesis admissable.-Felt himself called by divine power to promulgate the doctrines of Abbot and to expound the perfect Philoso- phy.-To carry out his divine mission he entered Us of M.-Happy day for that great institution.-Unhappy fate for future generations of miserable Freshmen and luckless Juniors.-Culture of lungs and ab- dominal muscles in early life gave him all the essentials for an elocu- tionist of first rank.-Bright and shining light in the Church of Great Thinkers.-Amiable wife and beautiful children minister to his com- fort.-In ability in courtesy, in form and face, the perfect man. Was born on board ship Zenobia, 1865, while she wasin the Arctic seas searching for Sir John Franklin.-Has ever since had a longing for his birth place.-Entered Micliizgfan University in 1875.-Interested 1 I in co eds and Latin.-Latin has rewarded his attention the better.-L 1 - Appointed instructor 1880.-Believes in going over a book several ll cita- times.-Believes in having recitations in evening.-Thinks a re tions Will be held in evening before' long.-1886 met McRoberts on campus.-A deep impression was made on him. by the meeting. ...-,,..i-- A The bells of the city of Rome rang a joyous peal one morning in 1859 X-It announced the birth of one who was to bring new glorles to th Latin language and Literature.-As instructor in the U. of M. he 9 ca has combined a thorough knowledge with a jolly d1spos1t1on.-Though d' ed to make work too easy for Freshmen, he compensates for this ispos by making his Work attractive.-Deserted the ranks of Bachelors 1n 1885.-Does not regret it.-Was to have been subject of a grind for this PALLADIUM.-Subject given ,to ,Hollenbeck at first meeting of the board.-Hollenbeck has reported favorably at every meeting he has sinceattended, 6. e. two.-The grind may appear in the PALLADIUM of 1900 or so.-Speremus ! Q , , Entered Literary Department'1881.-Started Delta U. 1882.- Started Athletic Associatio Started Gymnasium 1885.-Entered Medical Department 1886.-Mov- ing spirit in the great Justice riot.-Invented the iiction that Judge Cooley was going to take charge of the funds.-Judge Cooley is Waiting for the money yet.-Our hero saw a chance to help the Gym.e-" Use this fund for the Gym," said he, " if students have muscle they will have justice."-Gymnasium board willing.-Great scheme.--Head like a tack.-Would there were more such men. n11883.--Started Co-op Association 1884.- . 1 . . I ,lil-. A The appearance in the world of this famous character was the cause of a serious controversy in the bosom of the family.-Father wished to call him Lady.-Mother longed to call him Betsy.-Matter referred to arbitration.-Decided that he be called Lady Betsy.-Thus christened.fWas a good boy, evento the verge of perfection.-His college career a fulfillment of the sweet promise of his youth.-In the demoralizing company of the wicked students, surrounded by such .dens ofvice as Nat Drake's and Granger's, he lived a pure and upright life.-Turning aside from the naughty boys he sought the companion- ship of the gentler sex.-After graduation went as a missionary to Or- chard Lake.-Constant intercourse with demoralized youth and isola- tion from the gentler sex too much. even for such a tower of strength. -Returned to seeknew vigor among his former associations.-Occw pied with Literature and Political Science, comforted and strengthened by the fair ones, he now leads a happy, peaceful life, ' 1-38 1 l 5 1 , 1 f' ' " l A I m liielclezia and. 1--z-n.- . . THE DIRE DEEDX or A SQPHOMORE. i---1. The Sophs of their boning were weary, So in a December's cold night, Deserting their lessons so dreary, They rode in the moon's brilliant light. 1 , The bobs by the strangest of chances, Were crowded as tight as could be, l And this but the pleasure enhances To sophomore youths full of glee. Soon cold were the girls and then colder, As onward they merrily sped, And one of the swains became bolder Towards her upon whom he's gone dead And his hand he inserts, does this lover, Then under the robe to meet hers, And looks into her face to discover ' What change of expression occurs. i And seeing a smile beatilic, He presses the hand in his joyf- But hark! fWhence these carses terriiic ? Alas! 'twas the hand of a boy ! t 139 3fWmiwvS 'Bis'x:Lii'YXN Bowie A is, it - oils in im a mntsmi miami 'It has long been theopinion of the ablest and best of the class of ,36 that the Senior Receptions areimmoral in their naturegthat dancing is contrary to the letter and spirit ofthe Decalogue, and the' , ordinary expenses of Commencement time are not , great enough. Accordingly: , THE STEAMER GHUMP: 'Will leave 'the Wharf at the Lovver.Tovvn Bridge, Ann A1'bO1',' J' une 29, 1886, will go down the Huron River to Lake Erie. andwill , then take an extended cruise on a The Ioest opportunities Wi11'be'aiforded for all rational and moral amuse- :rnents onfboard. Afull apparatus has been ,provided for v that inspiring and virtuous game ' SI-IINNY. As a substitute for thatvicious, amusement knownas card-p1aying,'vve vvill have. CHECKERS. , ' ' We have the 'pleasure of announcing that there will 'be 2 1 '. b U BANJO PLAYING - By distinguished. performers, also Moral .Remarks by G-raves, Hicks, Fleischer' and Chapin. THE EXPENSES! VAre great enough to suit the most fastidious.. G1 et your life insured. Bring- along your life Vpreservers, youu lunch baskets and some stimui iants to avoid sea-sickness. Come prepared to be thoroughly happyg GEORGE PHILIP FLEISCHER. . .W ....... . .... -. .-.1-..f.1f. nam.-.1.1. . . .-f. . . .. . . A Captain.- IWILLIAM WHITING CHAPIN . .,... . .2 . .,. .-.f. . .-.sham-. . .f. :First Mate, lMYRON OSCAR GRAVES - .... .,.1.f. . -.-. gums. .1.1.,.,m, .,..vm-mf. . 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K- W... ..-:""x""T, -+ ff -f--T:'- 54- -34-N T - :af-,, 52' - .-- -fp-Z'-,E-'T N ' - LH - P - -- .f 'P--ii Mg? , - jail "fm--A......T N.-fd :M -W E+ 1 JY 'fn' ---1 ,M , N r Y .Y.Y V-,V 7 AA F f , I-'17':f:g-fb:-, -' w Q v A f!f4VV'?,'2-451:-f:14f-4:-fi::2::e.?g-51-Ti-21?-+L'-of ix A b !f' Ewe wimALzfm:mwfm'Pezivbacm:m:-f?9..3mmQhwS'2?9e1f2Lt1Karialfwflfs-'1fs1Lf112wQf:'ff2:'w A M, " Qs X ' ' t X :l - -.U-.,.V-. W Ill-V ' .r ,A X V ., I , - ,Xl 7:f'w " "W Wi 2 5 P 7' 1 ut of jigs' 0156515 ef E1-Qfgmtg-f ..i-.-..1.-- Irf WT Iless.-" President Angell, shall I in my position as wood car- rier of the Mechanical Laboratory have to attend faculty meet- . ings?" Bumps.-" I was walking along the street the other morning with the sun brightly shining behind me. I noticed a peculiar phenomenon before me. A sort of a darkened image of myself preceded me on the sidewalk. I cannot understand it." Hcnnequin.-" Who dares impzmgc my honor." Sacketzf.-" WVhen I lirst came to the University I made my voice creak so that Burt could get the credit for changing it. ' He thinks 'I am a pretty good man." . Clary?" Prof. Hudson can I-get you to run down to the postoffice for me." Miss ,Dowlfzingf-f' It may have been all right at Athens for a maiden to ' follow her beloved to the woods but I don't believe in it now." Babb.-" They called me a slanderer and a debauch." ' ' Pwvy.--'f Yes, Professor, I think I know how to improve Sophocles." Hyde.-T'he only Profs. I fear in examination are Burt and .Longus and Hunky and Kingsley and D'Ooge." Novie.-"A Za mode means on to deathi' Taylor.-Q" I do not know whether Orla is a boys' or a girls' name." Miss Sawtcll.-'F I like the Apocalypse but I donl't think very much of Revelations." ' ' ' 21.44 a " A J 'ga-g-A,-...Al... 5- . , . - - A-f--........ ' - , . , I V . I atm. . ,...13- U eiilgil'-Artem ale.. il-L1 Oh Miss Rufie J. is come out of the West, Of all our fair maidens her glance is the bestj A She carries her Blackstone with unequalled grace, And then she's the only co-ed. in the place. So iitted to conquer, so bright, and so gay, There never lived fair one like Miss Rufie J. In her bright nomenclature there's no Word like fail, she dai-es iidi for an the traditions of Yale , She conquers the Profs. and she recks not of Tutes, No student presumptuous her dicta disputes. She hoped when she came, to take with her away x A diploma from ddiiege, did Miss Rune J. g Our President then, as a President' ought, , Wished not to decide Without plenty of thought, But when he'd consulted with all his colleagues, I-Ie said in a manner Which Rufie fatigues, Pm pained, my dear madam, to have this to say, That Yale gives no sheepskin to Miss Ruiie J." what did Riifie then fe Did She faint 12 Did she scream? Ah nog there Was only her eye's brilliant gleam, As calmly she said, " Mr. Prex Pm no fish, Although I've resided in Coldwater, Mich. This act was expected, I think it, will pay, ' And in her profession 'twill help Rufie J. -The news of my deeds will be sent' wide and far With greatest of prestige I'll enter the bar," And Rufie was right, and therefore for Yale iWe trust that the Gods will provide Without fail A Co-eds from Ann Arbor to brighten the day, ' ' Co-eds we beseech them, like Miss Rufie J. ,-XJ 145 . KE1'-ierneliie rzeielezlifais. SCENE I. fProf. Pattengi1l's door-step. Temperature very co1d.J llfaster Paul Perry.-Please sir, is Miss -- in ? Prof. Pazfzfengill fto person in the interior of the housej.-Say there's a little boy out here wants to see you. H SCENE II. ' r A CWinchel1's room on examination day. Enter Freshman Parker carrying a map.D Parker.-Ah, professor, I brought you my map in place of an ex- amination. ' Winchell fexamining mapj.-Oh, yes. It isa very good one. But now that you are here you might as well take an examination too. Parker.-Well, I have-that is-I' think - 7 ' ' , Wvlnchell.-You needn't mind talking any more. -Sit right down and answer the questions. - V fParlcer olfiesj 'SCENE 111. Q qInternationa1 Law Classg , . f I Precv.-Well, Mr. Nichols what were the provisions of the Ashbur- ton treaty? y ' I Nichols.-Well I think -- , Prem.-Never mind what you think, Mr. Nichols. Nichols.-W'el1, my understanding of it is 1 Press.-I don't Want to know what your understanding of it is. I-Ilow did the parties to the treaty understand it? I Nichols.-Well, I was about to say 1 Prem.-Well, why don't you say it ? i Nichols.-I was about to say that I don't know. - Q SCENE IV. . ' fPolitica1 Economy Seminaryg . V Prof. Adams.-I have made some corrections to your lecture, Mr. Hafii H 1105171-I hope you reflected long before doing so. . Prof. Adams.-Hm. . Hail-I really think that before one can teach Political Economy successfully, he must read my lecture. Prof. Adams.-Well you see,Mr. HaffQ we must have a few teachers of Political Economy. I 146 i N gg 1 rf I If J 5 We - soENE v. y ' CGerman Class.y Y i I - Rowe.-Prof. Thomas, I shall have to translate slowly for I can't decipher what I havewritten between the lines very well. CProf. Thomas gazes at Rowe for a quarter of an hoary ' SCENE VI. Y CDesk in Library.y ' Oo-ed.-I want to get Ovid's Metamorphoses. Worcester.-Some other fellow has got it. ' soENE vii. COverheard from Dramatic Association Rehearsal.y Mehlhop.-Yes, my dear Beatrice, every drop of blood in my veins is thine. I love thee devotedly, distractedly-my whole soul 182- , Manager de Pont.-Naw, nat will not do. You do not give the right aksong. - Miss Garrigues.--And I, Ferdinand, feel that my happiness de- pends on thee. On thy bosom I'll lay this throbbing head. r Jlfartager ole Pont.-Oh Parbleul VVhy.do I not go back to my France, I can not stand this acting l Q SCENE viii. 5 - ' fProf. Payne's Class.y I' Q Grier.-I have been reading a history of this subject. I Prof. P.-Ah, yes, a child's history ? 4 A SCENE XI. - QEnglish Lit. Classy Prof.VBurt.-I-Iow did Sidney die? Miss Mc K-He was shot. ' Prof. Burt.-Shot? Where? 1 Miss Mc K-In. the side. SCENE X. . CGerman Classy Prof. Thomas.-You may translate, Mr. Hamilton. ' Hamilton.-We1lI haven't read it but I think 'I can translate it all right. - I Prof. Thomas.-Well, I guess you hadn't better try it in that case. Next. 147 f' I I O' c Helilecsei L L Arn: Old Oaken Bucket. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED T0 THE LAW DEPARTIVIENT. - X .li . Hail to thee! hail to thee I Adipose Tissue ! Bland, oleaginous, soft and serene! Gladly we Welcome thee, sadly We'd miss you, I Long may thy presence enliven the scene! Should We resolve to renew Dr. Tanner's Rash but instructive endeavor to fast A 7 Aided by thee we might flourish our banners Long as thy stores alimentative last. I-Iere's to the Tissue, The Adipose Tissue, The darling old Tissue, That maketh us swell ! Thou givest fullness and grace tothe members, Gently they roll When rotundity reigns. Thou dost protect us from cruel December's L Blasts, that Would chill the best blood in our Veins Woe to the Wretch that by thee is forsaken, ' Shivering, frost-bitten, faint and forlorn 5 Ne'er may thine aid from my system be taken- Ne'er from my ribs may thy rampart be torn! Here's to the Tissue, The Adipose Tissue, E The darling old Tissue, That maketh us Swell: - 150 , , , A r ,..,..,,.. r- F' Q., 4 f i WM-1-, nv, .., ,,-,-a-ga-- , V- . , A , -.-AA.-.4......a...,...4..t........,.,., - ' , v 1 ,-hgh, 4, .,,- -.,,..... - '....,.- -- N W 'l 4 x x 7 his pf if i I . '1 1 r A ,1 1 N-gg.: 1' .ms -K, 1- -- 4. ,- 3,--W, . -- Nl - ,.--,. N-V-,- x..,-2.5.5- O ,i3i,...- Art., .9431-j,.. Avant.,- ..qf4.:r ,.v- 14- ggfafw -Kg, t vm'-- ,-sy.-an , ., iw sf-. ,,-.7,J.J,,f-fzn-A53 T., fr 1 1 - V - A 7-7-- There is Jim Martin, well-known as a dandy, Who sports a good share of your tissue sleek g While Bradsley the dude, has legs that are bandy . And poor Whipp1e's Adipose all runs to cheek ! " Boseman " and Curtis were down to the Normal, On an " excursion," when 'thou Wert in town 5 And Kline the "splinter " received thee so formal Thou gave him so much CPD it made' him a clown ! I Here's to the Tissue? The Adipose Tissue That funny old Tissue That maketh us swell ! Q: x ff? fl . NRE fl-as-.. . , I ,044 ,bl-3 lfgfirf T151 , J,-W- .if f-Qanncf.-..- a.---A 4 - W ,, V E. , , ,.' .V amd, gg-. Jr- . ...-..... - Qli pirags ef eielr 980, The Palladium of the class of 1900 will positively be out next Mon- A orioiut June day.- rg , . ' ' ' - ' t once a week.-Courier, The Laws kick, against attending lec ures May 5. ' ' ing the chair of Zoology in Prof. Steere's Mummy is still occupy g the University.-Oracle of 1902. - . . Thos. Jack Ballinger of 1887, arrived this P. M., via a Pneumatic tube from the South where he has been establishing a free lunch route. -Chronicle, April. - Prof. Hennequin has been seen on the campus twice during the- past month. What's going to happen ?-Argonaut, Dec. ' A W. H. Hewey Cat Nat Drake's old standy has been arrested the past .week for selling whiskey to infants.--Democrat, Aug. Hou. H. E. Boynton is stumping the state for the Republicans. Keep your eye on Senator Boynton. He is another Jim Blaine.-N. K Tribune, Sept. 5. . Q . . - . hd This evening J. C. Shaw will celebiate his thirty fifth birt ay.- Daily Irzegisier, March is. This morning the cooler contained several well dressed gentlemen with large heads.-Daily Register, March 19. The Bev. John J aycox has been conducting a revival meeting in Lincoln Park which, recalls the efforts of Sam J ones.-Chicago Tribune, Oct. 5. , l , We Wish to warn our readers not to attend the show given by W. H. Walker's Minstrels to-night. It abounds in gross irnmoralities. The scene in which Billy Walker appears as Apollo Belvedere does not redeem the defects ofthe show as a whole.--Arm Arbor Courier, Nov. , p . Upton Carnes was to-dayire1eaSed'fr0m the asylum after being coniinedthere for fourteen years. In 1886 he was siezed with the de- lusion that he was an actor and became so violent that his confinement was considered necessary. Of late he has become less violent, though he will probably never fully recover. The poor fellow was a member Of the medival 019155 Of '37, U. of M.-Ponti0ic,BiZl Poster, July. The 1886 Palladium is now selling for 313.75 at the book stores.- Argus. ' ' 152 I B I ..... -,. ,.,., nw in I . ...w...a-:-.. . , I ' 45' "" 1-1 1---.w-J-....-f...,.'-1'i'f' x-.H - .Ns J Q... 4- 1 , . -.,..,-,,-,. , .-L , - ,, 1. . , .X at .Xu .X X X . RN, e rnl les. HQ- S. Frieee. ' I A " The noblest mind the best contentment has." gg - 4 .4 l . The Faculty. , . , ' 5 SG Oh ye whose cheek the tear of pity ne'er did stain." ' 0.A.Hoioell. . 4 e . . " The grand debate, ' ' The popular harangue, the tart reply, The logic and the wisdom and the Wit, I know them all." k 5852.25 Boarcling Hoitse. . " Earth, sea and air, A X Are daily ransacked for the bill of fare." Mrs. Whiting. , I L " So young and so untenderi' I r- r ' ' -1 . 0. P. Taylor. 2 H The ladies call him sweet." .. n i Geo. R. Mitchell. ' f Ji -- - " But still his tongue ran on." Q Gunn. " His copious stories oftimes begun T End Without audience and are never done." - Walher.l , r Sir, you have a great talent for silence." Job, Dunham anal l.ZlfoEioan i K V T a 4 A man can't cultivate his moustache and his talents impar- tially." A " y i l l Cushing. , . r " What a beard hast thou got! Thou hast got more hair on thy chin than Dobbin, my thile horse has on his tail." I should think your tongue had broken its chain." H Work first and then rest." l 153 T 5 Grier. Ifawhs. I I v T 6 . I '-fa-v-r.. tsrrr-""""""""""' .Www W A sr A 5 Y Hank Adams. . . " I-Ie wears the roses of youth upon him." Miss Smalley. . " Alaok! there lies more peril in thine eye Than twenty of their swords." Z J 0. Shaw. " A sadder and a wiser man , He rose the morrow morn." A 0. K Weaa. . A A " Nothing in his college life became him like the leaving it." Y , y , - 4. -,Beman. U l V . " I loathe that low vice, Curiosity." . I A Jlfanly. ' . " I awoke one morning and found myself famous." The Pretty U0-Ea. I " One that was a woman, sir, but, rest her soul, she's. dead." W B. Chamberlain. . " No! The world fmust be peopled. When I said, I would die I fa bachelor, I did not think I should live till I were married." Lewis W Parker. . 1 1' A little round, fat, oily man of God." , - - ,-. , ' f Uor. Jeferson and Zlfaynara. y N. I , ' 'I' 4 i ' V " Ubi mel, ibi apes." 1 ' Beman. U I " It would have been five dollars in his pocket if he had ,never - s N V been born." A gn Freshman Jaehson. - " I am an ass indeedg you may prove it by my long ears." Lnfhin. 1 f - " I see, it it it that the fashion wears out more apparel than I . f A , p themanf' ' A ' f Jayne. y ' X -gi . i w F' The 'violet's charms I prize indeed, So modest 'tis and fair." . I X ll Preay. is , " You may trust him in the dark." , The 00-Ea. - 'f Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale V , I-Ier iniinite, variety." ' 154 l A lg I . I , YE 'X-N -,,.-xv, ffarihey. " The trumpet of his own virtues." Berqj. C. Bart. I " Thy voice is a celestial melody." Todd. f y " Since Brevity is the soul of wit." And tediousness the limbs, and outward flourishes, I will be brief." ' I Art. Wright. " Six hours in sleep, in law's great study six Four spend in prayer, the rest on nature HX." , M WT Mills. A ' " Like two single gentlemen rolled into one." . Fresh. Wild. " His time is forever g everywhere his place." Howard Ayers. , " His bark is worse than his bite." I Mair. , . x " Much can be made of a Scotchman if he be caught young." Clary. " In general those who have nothing to say, contrive to spend the longest time in doing it." g F. Beemavi. . " What a falling off was there ! 7' Upton Carries. v p W H M - " Conceit may puifa man up but never prop him up." Charlie Cooley. I , " I never with important air, In conversation overbear. My tongue within my lips I rein I For who talks much must talk in vain." Miss Gentry. I T f d Gods how she will talk! " ' Then she will talk-goo , Graves. ' p - e 'f It may be laid down as an almost universal rule that good poets are bad critics." R. B. Wilooa. " I have touched the highest of all my greatness ! And from that full meridian of my glory I haste now to my setting", 155 , -fe-X , X x l ' 1 1 i 0. Z. Carter. l r - " Pass on, thou fat and silent citizen." Skinner 787. T i " Thy noble shape is but a form of wax." llfelioberis. " Thou art a scholar, let us therefore take a drink." Gunn. ' 1 I " Spare your oaths, I'll trust to my conditions." Ballinger and R. B. Wilcox. . d " The one so like the other, as could not be distinguished but by name." Prewina. V " Like a lovely tree, She grew to womanhood and between whiles, Rejected several lovers just to learn How to accept a better in his turn." Aliporzf. i H Let dogs delight to bark and bite For God hath made them so, Let bears and lions growl and fight For 'tis their nature to." Dickenson. i " Behold the child, by Nature's kindly law , ' Pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw. ' Andrews. n - , H It is much easier to be critical than to be correct." .A. B. Olcwk. ' " Certainly this is a duty, not a sin, - i s Cleanliness is indeed next to Godlinessf' . Ross Mahon. ' T 5 " In every deed of mischief he had a heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute." Wcillvriolge. y l L ' " The bore is usally considered a harmless creature, or of that i - class of irrational bipeds who hurt only themselves." , Wi W Chapin. V , g " Listening senates hang upon thy tongue Devolving through the maze of eloquence s A roll of periods sweeter than her song." Miss Daniels. C' Cheeks like the mountain pink that grows , Among white-headed majestiesf' I 156 H . -14 ,-3.- .. .. Y .....-......1..4-.. . . ' ' s .... , , - .... . . , Y' I if K . t I ilsafes ef tide 'Pest .fileffziing OF THE Pelll ierm igwelltd- i iii- Meeting called to order at 12 P. M. n Present Dunham, Pitkin, McEwan, Saunders, Wixson, Blakeley, I-Ietzler and Job. Managing Editor in the Chair. Moved by Saunders that the anonymous article, Qwritten in J--X's bold, handsome handy on " Wliat the Co-eds do at the Gym." be ac- cepted. Remarks by Dunham and Job. Job opposing on the ground that the tone ofthe article Was immoral. i ' Ayes and Noes called for. Ayes-Dunham, I-Ietzler, McEwan, and Saunders. Noes-Job, Wixson, and Blakeley. 4 . 'The presiding editor cast two votes in the negative and declared the 'motion lost. On motion the action of Perlee R. Bennett, Frank S. Arnett, C. K. Wead, and A. A. Clokey, in leaving college and thereby depriving the PALLADIUM of several grinds, was severely condemned. Moved by Saunders that Hetzler be appointed Fighting Editor. Ayes and Noes called for. Ayes-Blakeley, Job, McEwan, Saunders, Wixson, and Dunham. No-I-Ietzler. The Chair, out of respect for the manly proportions of Mr. Hetzler and a pantomine movement made by him at this moment, declared the motion lost, thus leaving the responsibility of settling all disputes with the Chairman of the Grind Committee, Mr. R. H. Hunt, of Medora, Dakota. .. Moved by Job that the Palladium Board havea dry banquet. Moved by McEwan to amend by inserting extra before dry. Amendment carried. ' Motion as amended carried. Moved by Wixson that Mr. Hollenbeck be invited to take part in the banquet. ' Carried. I - On motion the board adjourned sine die. 158 A V 'Y X - l x P if 7 r Qcrrel ef' Eieualis. In presenting to the public Vol. 28 ot' the PALLADIUM, we Wish to acknowledge our indebtedness to Professor Henry S. Frieze, Wholvery kindly furnished us With the sketch of the life and Works of Randolph Rogers, to Messrs. L. CA. Hill, Fred W. Ramsdell, W. A. McAndrew F. W. Stevens, and to others who have, by contributions, both artistic and literary, aided us in our Work. A V ---4or-- i Ciileleleridel. Page l3,-Add to the list of Sopliomores of the Phi Kappa Psi Frater- ' nity, the name of Clarence J. Miner. Page 18,-Add to the list of Sophomores of the Gamma Phi Beta'Soci- , ety, the name of Jennie B. Sherzer. Add to the list of 1 Select, the name of Dennie G. Dowling. ' s Page 23,-+Add to the list of members of the Phi Delta Theta the name ' of Charles Baker, class of '87, Pharmacy Department. 159 y nneuneemenis fer. iii-ii ' 1886. January 5. February 19. February 22. March 26. June -18, 19. June , 26, 28. 'June 27. June A 29. J une 30. July 1. September 25-29. September 28, 29. september 29, 30. September 30. October- '1. November -. December 17. 1887. January 4. February 18. February 21f March Y 25. June S 30. I 1-.i-..- University Exercises resumed after Holiday Vacation. lEvening.J FIRST SEMESTER CLOSES. SECOND SEMESTER BEGINS. CEvening.J Recess begins, ending April 5,'Cevening.J ion to the School of Pharmacy. Admission to the Department of Examination for Admiss Examination of Candidates for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Baccalaureate Address. Class Day. Alumni Day. COMMENCEMENT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY. , Summer Vacation begins. . ' Examination of Candidates for A dmission, to the Department of Lit- erature, Science, and the Arts. Examination for Admission to the Department of Medicine and Sur- gery' V 4- Examination for Admission to the Department of Law, the School of Pharmacy, and the Hommopathic Medical College. U Examination for Admission to the College of Dental Surgery. FIRST SEMESTER BEGINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OIF THE UNI- VERSITY. Thanksgiving Recess of three days, beginning Tuesday even- . ing, in all Departments of the University. . CEvening.3 Holiday Vacation begins for all Departments. Exercises resumed. CEvening.J FIRST SEMESTER CLOSES. SECOND' SEMESTER BEGINS. qEvening.l Recess begins, ending April 4, Ceveningy. 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