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' 83. D. O. NOURSE, D. H. BRAUNE, C. W. MINOTT, OFFICERS. President. . Vice-President. Secretary and Treasurer. Historian. A. A. HEVIA. Class Captain. NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. Bagley, Sidney Currier BoKton, 8 N. C. Bishop, Edgar Allen Diamond Hill, R. I. 21 N. C. Braune, Domingos Benriqiie Nora Fiber, Brazil, D G. K. House. Conger, Charles Thompson New York City, 13 N. C. Davis, Arthur Emmons Amherst, Mr. Davis ' s. Fletcher, Frank Howard Toumsencl, 22 S. C. Hevia, Alfred Armand Havana, Cuba, 3 S. C. Holman, Samuel Morey Attlehoro, 12 N. C. Ijindsey, Joseph Bi-idgeo Marblehead, 12 N. C. Minott, Charles Walter West ' tninster, 22 S. C. Nourse, David Oliver Bolton, 12 S. C. Owen, Henry Willard A mherst, Mr. Owen ' s. Preston, Charles Henry Danvers, D G. K. House. Wheeler, Homer Jay Bolton, 12 S. C. Total, 14. LEFT COLLEGE FROM ' 83. Chaplin, J. D. H. Manton, W. J. Selden, J, H. Smith, W. E. Tryon, C. O.
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We sincerely liope that on going out from this institution, which has " done so much lor us, we may leave behind us a remembrance and an example worthy of the respect and imitation of those who come after us. During our stay here many changes have taken place ij:i the ad- ministration of the college. Three Presidents have successively occu- pied the chair, and now it is with real sorrow that we record the resignation of that genial Professor, who so patiently endeavored to instill into our . minds the principles, of that much hated science, Mathematics. We wish him success in his present field of labor, and shall always remember him as one who took a deep interest in us. Thus far ' 82 has sustained a good record; in the future let each one do his duty so faithfully that he may be an honor to the class, and to his Alma Mater. B. Members of Charity Class. 21
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;T is with pleasure that we present our tliird contril)ution to the Index, for does not that signify that we are in our Junior year, and one step nearer tlie goal. We have passed tlie middle point of our college life, and as we crossed the line it was but natural for us to try and throw off all outward semblance of reckless Sophomore habits, and take upon ourselves the dignity of Juniors ; to what extent we have succeeded, we leave for others to judge. The new Freshman class although not as large as we had hoped, seems well worthy of our patronage, and as they mount upward in the college course, will always carry with them the esteem and best wishes of ' 83. So much superior in numbers to the Sophomores, they certainly will have little trouble in sustaining their rights. We hope to see them striving to cultivate those qualities which go to make up the educated man, and fitting themselves to fill the places made vacant by those who will be leaving their Alma Mater. As Juniors one of the important questions we should ask ourselves at this juncture is, do we feel fully repaid for the time and money spent thus far in our college course ? In asking this question of my classmates, I receive the invariable answer, yes I We have here formed many new ideas and resolutions, and the mental training and discipline we shall have passed through, will make us the better fit- ted to occupy positions of trust and honor, among those with whom we shall come in contact after leaving these walls. It behooves us then to be industrious and let none of the valuable time which it is our great privilege to spend in this institution, pass by without leaving some thought which may be of use to us in after life. The remain- der of our college course will glide swiftly away and we shall be thrust out upon the great sea of life, to battle with its waves and storms, and then will come the time when the world at large can fairly judge how we occupied our time in college. 33
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