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Page 115 text:
How swiftly Lave passed two years at our College, With all the excitement attendant on each, As each of our classmates is striving for knowledge. Which here is so bountifully placed in his reach. How sweet to remember this valley, ' twill be, Where the grand old Connecticut sweeps to the sea ; As lost deep in reverie, in some future times, Our classmates are found in far distant climes. When, one in Brazil, another in Cuba, Is selling his coffee or making his sugar. Another way back in a far distant town. For thrift and good farming is winning renown. While others as chemists the discovery will make, How the farmer from air can nitrogen take And apply to his land in such available form As will take our old farmers completely by storm. But now let ' s return from mere speculation And come down to facts with solid foundation. We entered as Freshmen but two years ago. But ah ! when we pause it hardly seems so. As resting a moment in the midst of the stream, We glance all around us at what may be seen. Our relations as Freshmen, with the Faculty all. Were peaceful and pleasant, as each may recall. But when we, as " Sophs, " the " Freshies " would haze. Our relations with the " Fac " took a different phase. For threats of expulsion then rang in our ears. Which were, of themselves, as vague as our fears. In Junior year our troubles come Mounting upward, one by one, But not ' till suspended, one and all. Did we feel assured that " Prexy ' d " " crawl. " Small in numbers, we should be Each in honor to ' 83, For the time is drawing nigh When we must say a last good bye, To our classmates true and tried. With whom we ' ve struggled side by side Up the hill of knowledge, for four years ' time. Which seems to grow higher as upward we climb. 101
Page 114 text:
Wetmore, H. G., ' 76, 3 Easst Seventeenth St., New York City, Physician. Wlieeler, W., ' 71, Concord, Civil Engineer and Inventor. Whitney, F. Le P., ' 71. Whitney, W. C. , ' 72, Minneapolis, Minn, , Architect. Whitaker, A., ' 81, Needham, Mass., Parmer. Wilcox, H. H., ' 81, Nawilih, H. I., Sugar Industry. Williams, J. E., ' 76, Amherst, Editor " Record. " Winchester, J. F., ' 75, Lawrence, Veterinary Surgeon and Lecturer, M.assa- chusetts Agricultural College. Wood, F. W., ' 78, Providence, R. I., Civil Engineer. Woodbury, R. P., ' 78, Kansas City, Editor Kan. City Daily Times. Woodman, E. E., ' 74, Dan vers. Florist, E. C. Woodman. Wyman, J. ' 77, Arlington, Produce Dealer. Zeller, H. McK., ' 74 Hagerstown, Md., Student of Telegraphy. 100
Page 116 text:
1881 82.1 1 Winter Term begins Holiday, Holiday, Holiday, Winter Term ends December 8th, ' 81. December 25tli, ' 81. January 1st, ' 82. February 22d, ' 82. March 8th, ' 82. Spring Vacation of two weeks. Spring Term begins . ' . . ' . March 23d, ' 82. Holiday, ...... Fast. Holiday, May 30th, ' 82. Farnsworth Prize Speaking, . . June 19th, ' 82. Eutrance Examination, . . June 20th, ' 83. Review of M. A. C. C. C. by the Governor, June 21st, ' 82. Commencement, ..... June 21st, ' 82. Summer Vacation of nine weeks. Fall Term begins .... August 24th, ' 82. Entrance Examination, . . . August 24th, ' 82. Fall Term ends November 22d, ' 82. Fall vacation of two weeks. 102
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