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with pleasure that we look forward to the time when our friends and neigh boi ' s can gather with the College in its weekly worship and feel that they are enjoying the same privileges furnished in the best sanctuaries. Our genial Professor of Mathematics, who has but recently left us, carries with him the highest esteem of the whole College. Never shall we forget the noble truths he endeavored to instill into our minds, or the still nobler soul from whence they flowed. Whatever his vocation, or where ' er on life ' s strand his banner may wave, he can rest assured that the best wishes of his former pupils accompany him. And now, in closing, we would say to our younger friends, do not feel that gaining k nowledge from books is all that can be accom- plished in a college course. The mental and physical discipline, the experiences passed through by our contact with those around us, and with the world at large, cannot be too highly valued. The man imbued with sound and just principles, with integrity of character, and carrying within his breast a Christian heart, is what the world seeks to-day. Equip yourselves, then, for life ' s battles ! In the future, when active in the turmoil of life, you will look back with pleasure on the useful and happy days spent at your old College home. P. IjJ I-PLOM . A IP li Th I S I S TO Certify th t THE CLASS . 85 ' % . ,„. IS x FA.T3 m 35
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|T is with a feeling of commingled sorrow and joy that we, for y the fourth time, take up our editorial pen to contribute our ■ mite to the Index. We cannot but regret that the pleasantest period of our lives is fast drawing to a close. Soon we must enter upon life ' s turbulent sea to battle with the waves. But with the moulding our honored professors have given to our intellects, the spirit of integrity that has been graven upon our characters, and the energy and push which the class has never lacked, life ' s battles will be ours. The storm waves may beat, but with a steady hand at the helm the ship of state will glide smoothly o ' er the waves. We would take occasion to thank our instrvictors for the ardor and enthusiasm shown in guarding our interests, and in bestowing upon us their fruitful store of knowledge. We shall feel assured that their best wishes accompany us " where ' er life ' s path we tread. " We have at last reached the goal which three years ago seemed so distant, and the pressure of Senior life rests upon our shoulders. Let us sustain it with dignity, and, profiting by the mistakes of others, strive to hold that respect which our situation should command. Let it never be said, " The College lacks a Senior Class, " while ' 85 remains within these walls. Forgetting the follies of the past, we should push forward with undaunted courage, improving to the best of our abilities the few short months that remain. The new Chapel, small though it be, yet grand in its design, promises to fill a link which has long been open, and one for which the College has waited with patient endurance, to have closed. It is 34
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JUNIDR CLASS. ' 86. COLORS— ORANGK AND BLACK. OFFIGEBB. C. F. W. TELT, President. D. F. CARPENTER, Vice-Pkesident. R. F. DUNCAN, Secretary and Treasurer. R. B. MACKINTOSH, . . . . . . Class Captain. W. AYRES, Historian. NAME. residence. ROOM. Atkins, William Holland Ayres, Winfield Barker, John King Carpenter, David Frederic Clapp, Charles Wellington Duncan, Richard Francis Eaton, William Alfred Westfield, Oakham, Three Rivers, Millington, Montague, Williamstovpn, Nyack, Rockland Co., N. Y., Felt, Charles Frederic Wilson Fovrler, John Henry Kinney, Arno Lewis Mackintosh, Richards Bryant Sanborn, Kingsbury Stone, George Sawyer Wheeler, George Waterbiiry Northborougb, Westfield, Lowell, Dedham, Lawrence, Templeton, Deposit, N. Y., PAST MEMBERS. Bement, John Emery Copeland, Alfred Bigelo Doucet, Walter Hobart Leland, William Edwin Palmer, Robert Manning Smith, Walter Storm Stone, George Edward Win slow, Edgar Daniel North Amherst. Springfield. Boston. Brookline. Syracuse, N. Y. Spencer. Ware. 3 S. 14 S. 11 N. 28 N. 29 N. 4S. 12 S. 29 N. 3 S. C. 9 N. C. 4S. c. 14 S. c.
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