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Sincere thanks are due to another member of the faculty through whose disinterested efforts we are enabled to continue our mathematical studies beyond the prescribed limits of the course. Although but a few of us find time to improve this opportunity, the class recognize and appreciate the kindness of its author. And here, too, we might express our share of the universal joy caused by the evidences now seen, of our genial Doctor ' s determination to stand by us. Surely, if students can be found, the faculty will do their share toward making the college worthy of the Commonwealth whose name shei bears- But while our minds are busy with thoughts of the past and future, we must not forget the present. And this we would offer to our successors as the " best advice we know : Do willingly the duty of the moment, and then, as the future becomes the present, its difficulties will be met and overcome, one by one ; and as the present slips away into the irrevocable past, it will bear with it no regrets for the things which might have been. r. gs
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|HREE stages of our journey are passed and we are flying rapidly on to the fourth. Some of our number, perhaps, have already map- ped out their future course through life ; others have only decided upon the general direction in which they wish to advance, and have not yet chosen the roads by which they shall attain their object ; and some, again, are eagerly watching for the finger post which shall point to their ideal, still ignorant of the direction in which they are to travel. Let us hope that all may journey on, ever nearing but never reaching the goal for which they strive. As the time approaches for us to leave our Alma Mater and seek new means of progression, we begin to appreciate the advantages we have ex- perienced under her care and direction. And to many of us, the thought that we are so nearly through our course brings a shadow of regret for the pleasant realities which, so soon, shall become recollections. We have few changes to note in the afEairs of our college. The most important, and yet that which came most naturally, was the appointment of our new President. We had been so long aecustomed to look upon our senior professor as the chief of the powers that be, that when he became in name what he had been in reality, no one felt that a change had taken place. But the effects of his indefatigable energy, as applied to economy and improvement, are felt more and more every day. The return of one of our professors to the duties which we feared he would be unable to perform for some time, is truly a cause of rejoicing. We are glad to be once more hard at work under his skillful direction. 21
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14 t1tOt a !v. ' S . " Setnel et Sitnul. " OFFICERS. E. P. BINGHAM, President. J. W. COOPER, . . . . Vice-President. F. H. JOYNER Secretary. A. P. SHIVERICK, . . . , Treasurer. H. S. BRODT, Historian. H. L. WHEELER, . . . Class Captain. NAMES. residences. Allen, Francis Sherwin Medfield, No 29 S. C. Aplin, George Thomas East Putney, Vt. 25 S. C. Beach, Charles Edward Hartford, Conn. 25 S. C. Bingham, Eugene Percival Fitchburg 19 S. C. Bishop, William Herbert Diamond Hill, R. I., 21 N. C. Brodt, Harry Snowden, Dansville, N. Y., 5S. C. Chandler, Everett Sawyer, Coldwater, Mich., Mrs. Chandler ' s. Cooper, James WiUard East Bridgeiuater, No 24 S. C. Cutter, John Ashburton. Boston, 13 N. C. Damon, Samuel Chester Lancaster, 11 S. C. Fish, Charles Sumner Boston, 4S. C. Floyd, Charles Walter ' Boston, 18 S. C. Goodale, David Marlboro, 10 S. C. Hillman, Charles Dexter Hardwick, 9S. C. Howard, Joseph Henry Hyannis, 5S. C. Howe, George Dickinson North Hadley, 25 N. C. Jones, Frank Waldo, South Scituate, 8N. C. 33
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