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INDEX. junior Claee Secretary and Treasurer. E. H. Dickenson. ' 88 OFFICERS. President. J. E. Holt. Captain. B. L. Shimer. Historian. J. E. Holt. MEMBERS. Na-nies. Belden, Edward Henry . . Bliss, Herbert C Brooks, Frederick Kimball . Cooley, Fred Smith. . . . Cutler, George Washington Dickenson, Edwin Harris Dole, Edward Johnson Field, Samuel Hall . . Foster, Francis Homer Hayward, Albert Irving Holt, Jonathan Edward Kinney, Lorenzo Foster Knapp, Edward Everett MiSHiMA, Yataro ... Moore, Robert Bostwick Newman, George Edward NoYES, Frank Frederick . . Parsons, Wilfred Atherton Shepardson, William Martin, Shimer, Boyer Luther Residences. Rooms. North Hatfield, 24, N. C. Attleboro, 7, S. C. Haverhill, 29, N. C. Sunderland, i, S. C. Waltham, i, S. C. North Amherst, 24, N. C. Chicopee, 16, S. C. North Hatfield, 24, N. C. Andover, 9, S. C. Ashbj, Mr. Tilson ' s. Andover, 9, S. C. Worcester, Plant House. Boston, 13, S. C. Tokio, Japan, . . , . . . . 14, S. C. So. Framingham, 28, N. C. Newbury, 8, S. C. South Hingham 14, S. C. Southampton, 9, N. C. Warwick, Prof. Maynard ' s. Redington, Penn 10, S. C.
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INDEX. S7 DKJNIFIKl) Seniors :it last I Our green Freshman, bold anil rock- less Sophomore, and la y Junior stages are past. As we look over the vears that are gone, we see that numer- ous changes have taken place in the circumstances of the College. The old buildings have been replaced by new and better ones. Mem- bers of the Faculty have come and gone. The different departments have been more fully equipped. Each move has been but a step on- ward. Never in the history of the College has the future looked so promising. Now, as the sun beams brightly above the horizon, it is our lot, classmates, to bid these pleasant scenes adieu forever. In looking back and regretting, let us not forget to look forward and hope. As we cast from our shoulders the mantle of college life, let the noble seed that has been implanted in us never lack for nourish- ment. To us is given the task of so caring for it that it may hrin forth thirty, sixty, or an hundred-fold. We have now but found how to study. We have only laid the foundation for work. While we may see where golden opportunities have been lost, we should use such losses as guides on our future path. The best day is when we pass out of society ' s praises into its uses. Then should we each ask. Am I going into the world to serve or be served by it. ' " Idleness is the devil ' s workshop. " May not one of us be an inmate. Nothing is truer than Hood ' s lines: — " Evil is wrought for want of tliought, As well as want of heart. " As we bid good-bye to our friends, let us cherish many pleasant reminiscences. Mav, thev assist us wiien in the aried walks of life, in attaining the highest in whatever we undertake. A high ideal is use- IcRR, however, imlcss there is high endeavor. Dr. Anuikr wisely re- marked to us, " Young gentlemen, if anything turns up to you, you ' ve got to turn it up. " You must build your ladder from the earth to the vaulted hkicH, and must mount it round by round. v.
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XDi:x. ' 88 ANOTHER interesting period of our college life has become a feature of the past, and a new one has been ushered in. Before the spell (if its intlucnce be broken, and our recollections of it become some- what clouded, we will endeavor to give to the public a brief history of the incidents that have marked its progress. During the winter term our mathematical talent was employed in assisting Prof. W, rner to verify his work on mensuration, a fact which ought greatly to facilitate its reception into general favor. In connection with our course in civil engineering, we sur eyed boundless fields, ascer- tained the heights of distant mountains, raised imaginary embankments, made corresponding excavations, and learned the art of laying drains and sewers. Our brief but comprehensive study of physiology, so awakened us to a knowledge of ourselves, and so impressed us with the thought of the possibilities attainable to the human mind, that the latent forces which, it had been surmised might perhaps exist in some of our physiological units. became actual, and have since developed so rapidly that we no longer fear the power of the oppressor. Some of us had the privilege of trying for the Clark Prize, oflcred to the one who should pass the best competitive examination upon the subject. Although but one could come oft ' victorious, still we feel that the experi- ence gained and the benefits received fully compensate us for all our trouble. While on the excursion to the Bay State Fair in Boston, we, in com- pany with Prof. Fernald, visited Harvard College, with the intention of inspecting the Agassiz Museum, where we saw much that was of interest to UK in connection with our study of zoology. Some of us also availed ourselves of the opportunity, presented through the kindness of Prof. Maynari), to visit some of the extensive market gardens in Arlington, a trip by which we gained much useful information.
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