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June 3. — A number of Trustees visit, the college to see wiiat repairs are needed. " 17. — Wesleyan vs. Aggies, in Springfield. Score, 8 to 4. " 18. — President Chad bourne delivers the baccalaureate ser- mon. Address before C. C. U., by Rev. Dr. Riddle. ' ■ ' 19. — Farnswortli Prize Speaking in chapel; music by Northami)ton Orchestral Club. " 21. — Commencement Day. Gov. Long and Staff present. " 23. — Cardoso breaks his leg. " 23. — Prof. Harrington ' s resignation is accepted, and A. B. Bassett is elected to the chair. Aug. 25.— Died, Mertou J. Redding, ' 84. 31. — Fifteen Freshmen enter. Sept. 4.— Base ball, ' 85 vs. ' 86 ; 18 to 12. 4.— ' 86 rushes ' 85 ; won by ' 86. ' ' 21-22. — Holidays. Hampshire Agricultural Fair. Oct. 19.— Ground broke for Drill Hall. ' ' — Foot ball, ' 85 vs. ' 86 ; 2 two goals six touch downs to 0. 71
Page 88 text:
Jan. 9. — Prof Harriugton gives a lebtiire to the Juniors on Electricity. " 13. — President Stockbridge tenders his resignation as president, and it is accepted. " 12. — Second lecture of term by Mr. Barrett of ' ' Deerfield Farm. " Subject : Best methods of caring for milk. ' ' 17.— ' 84 bolts from Lient. Bridgman. " 19. — Third lecture of term by Dr. E. Lewis Sturtevant. Subject : Science in Agriculture. — Hon. P. A. Chadbourne accepts the presidency of M. A. C., assuming his duties spring term. Feb. 9. — Fourth lecture of the term by Hon. John B. Moore. Subject : Special crops. " 10. — Legislative committee visit the college to report on the college needs. " 13. — Court martial. Plumb, ' 82, is court martialled. Damon, ' 82, judge-advocate. " 16.— ' 84cutsdrin. " 22.— Holiday. " 23. — Lecture by E. 0. Gardner, architect. Poem read by E. P. Bingham, ' 82, and an essay by W. E. Stone, ' 82. March 8. — Term closes for two weeks vacation. " 23. — J. W. Clark, ' 72, is elected Prof, of Agriculture for time being. " 24. — Hon. P. A. Chadbourne assumes his duties as Presi- dent of M. A. C. " 31. — A number of Legislators visit the college on an in- specting tour. April 4. — Spalding, ' 84, leaves college. " 6. — Holiday. " 26.— ' 84 vs. High School, base ball; ' 84, 13 ' ; High School, 8. " 27. — Died, Henry E. V. Goessmann, ' 84, after a severe illness. May 27. — Aggies play Wilbraham a game of base ball on Cam- pus ; game not finished. June 3. — A return game is played in Wilbraham. Score : Ag- gies 7, Wilbraham 3. 70
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Revised Course of Study, in substuuce, same as already ap- proved. This Course may be slightly varied for convenience. French and German are hereafter to be optional studies. Studies of first two terms of each year are so arranged as to make a connected course by themselves, or so nearly a connected course, that students can be absent the Summer term and do such work as will enable them to go on with their classes. Such students not to receive the same degree as those who spend three terms of each year in college work. Provision is also made for Post-graduate students, especially in the chemical course, and in connection with the Experiment Station. It is impossible, in advance, to fix the exact amount of time for each study. Other studies will be introduced from time to time as the wants of college demand. COURSE OF STUDY. FRESHMAN YEAR. FIRST TERM. Structural Botany. Agriculture — Lectures. Algebra. Declamation. Military Tactics. 72
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