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June 32. — Commencement, Gov. Long and staff present. Trustees meet- ing in President ' s office at 9 A. M., at 10.30 A. M. i-eview of the Battalion before the Grovernor. Graduating exercises at 2. 30 P.M. Vacation of nine weeks commejices. Aug. 25. — During the summer Prof. Graves resigns, and Prof. Harrington is secured to take his place. " 24. — Rush between ' 84 and ' 85, won by ' 84. — Grand hazing time, in which a number of Seniors assist the Sophomores in endeavor- ing to haze the Freshmen. Sept. 5. — Juniors bolt on Pres. Stockbridge. " — Lieut. Morris whose term of office expires is succeeded by Lieut. Bridgman, who enters upon the duties at once. 7. — First drill of the term. 15. — Cane rush " Fi ' eshies " and " Sophs " the combatants are sepa- rated by Lieut. Bridgman at the sounding of the assembly. 16. — Plant house being put in a thorough state of repair, a large por- tion of the work being done by the students. 19. — Death of Pres. Garfield. College exercises susp ended for the day. 33-33. — Holidays for the benefit of those students who wish to attend the fair. 26. — No exercises on account of the funeral of Pres. GariDsld. Oct. 15. — Willistons beaten at foot-ball by the " Aggies. " 18.— Junior class suspended from all college exercises. 19. — Junior class taken back by the Faculty. The settees disappear from the chapel. 30. — Bolt from chapel by the whole college. 33.— Aggie foot-ball team play Amhersts, even game. 29. — Game of foot-ball between Yales and Amhersts on Aggie grounds. Won by Yales. 31. — Game of foot-ball between Wesleyans and Aggies at Middle- town, Conn. Won by Aggies, score, one goal and three touch- downs, in favor of Aggies. 88
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Feb. 16.— College orchestra give a concert at N. Hadley. " 25. — Prof. Goodell leaves for Georgia for the benefit of his health. — Pres. Stockbridge lets the cat out of the bag, retreats and leaves the Juniors to make terms of peace if possible vpith the lovable feline. Mar. 1. — End of ninety days good sleighing. " 3. — Excursion to the " Roller Skating Rink, " Springfield, and in spite of the disagreeable weather, all w ho went enjoyed them- selves. " 7. — Post Graduate A. H. Stone leaves college for a ministerial career. " 9. — Vacation of two weeks. " 24. — Winter term commences. " 30. — The " Roll of Honor " delivered in the chapel by the President amid the prolonged applause of the audience. April 1. — The only one that was " fooled " was the one who rang the breakfast bell one half hour before the time, expecting to de- ceive the rest. " 6. — The windows take flight from the chapel during the night, and Myrick, owing to ill health, is excused fi ' OJi sitting in the icy air during prayers. " 7.— Fast. " 8. — The " Sophs " obtain a bolt on Prof. Emerson. — A number of pigs unceremoniously take possession of the chapel during the night. 11. — Glass work commences under John W. Clark. " 14. — Drill commences. " 31-22. — ' 82 plant class trees and end their labors by indulging in a strict- ly temperance supper. May 3.— Funeral of Mrs. S. T. Maynard. " 10. — Prof. Goodell returns from his southern trip improved in health. " 20. — Our Boys in college hall. " 30. — Game of base ball between the " Aggie " Freshmen and Amherst High School. The game was hotly contested on both sides, when rain interrupting the game stood 13 to 13, eleven innings having been played. June 6.— Base ball. Juniors vs. Freshmen, score. Freshmen 22 Jimiors 21. " 9. — All the Junior class excepting Taft, bolt on Pres. Stockbridge. " 11. — Many students watch the total eclipse of the mioon and as a result, breakfast late next morning. " 20. — A very little decoration done in the chapel for commencement exercises. — Farnsworth prize speaking at 8 P. M. Music by Meekin ' s orchestra, Northampton. " 21. — Public exercises of the College Shakespearean Club. — Public ex- amination of graduating class in Agriculture for the Grinnell prizes, at 9 A. M. — President ' s Levee at 8 P. M. 87
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