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IXDEX. Jopl omor e Cla ' 89 Vice-President. R. P. Seli.kw. OFFICERS. President. E. A. Filler. Secretary. F. V. D.wis. Treasurer. " . A. Kelldgi;. Historian. J. R. Blair. Captain. J. T. HUTCHINGS. MEMBERS. Names. Adams, George Aluert . Alger, Georgt: Ward • . Alger, Isaac, Jr. . . . Blair. James Roswell Bliss, Clinton Edwin CoLC(jRu, Wallace Rodman Coi ' ELAND, Arthur Davis Crocker, Charles Stoight Davis. Franklin Ware . Killer, Edward Ahijah . IIartwell, BiRT Laws lliniiARD, DWIGHT LaMSON UrsE, Fred Rohinson UrTCHiNGS, James Tyler Kklloch;, William Adams Mn.ES, ARTIII R LlNCOL.N . North, Mark Okami, ' oshiji .... Skllew, Koiiekt Pease Whitney, Charles Alhion Residences. W ' inchoiulon, . Wc.- t Bridgewater, Attleboro, Warren, . Attleboro, . Dover. Cain polio, Sunclerland. Tain worth. N. i North Aciover, Littleton . . Amherst, Winchester. . Amherst, . North Amherst Kiilland, . . Somerville, . Tokio, Japan ICast Longnu ' adr)w, I ' plon, . . . . Rooms. . 13, N. C. . iS, .s. c. . 10. s. c. . 10, N. C. . 7, S. C. . JO, N. C. . 13. S. C. Ml " . L " roekor ' ,s. 14. N. C. 8. S. C. Mr. Til.son " . " . Mr. Iliihbards. 1. ,S. C. 9. N. C. .Mr. Kellogjr-s. . jS. N. C J. S. C. 1. N. C. lo, N. C. Mr. Bang ' s.
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INDEX. We have lost but one man since our last communication, leaving us twenty for our Junior year. ' 88 has entered zealously into athletic sports the past season, as the foot-ball records will show. If, unlike our immediate predecessors, we do not figure prominently as stockholders in some grand " South Sea Bubble, " the failure is not due to a poverty of energy and public spirit, but to the fact that we believe in counting the cost before building the tower. Classmates, our work at present is associated with the College, and is for its interest and our own ; but we should so strive that when, in after years, we look back upon the portion of our lives passed here, we can say that the discipline then received was not in vain. Remember that each day brings new and more arduous duties, which require prompt attention. Our college life, at best, will soon be over, and we shall no longer enjoy our present advantages. How essential, then, that we improve each moment while it is passing. H. ■
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INDEX. ' 89 OUR first summer vacation has ended, and the class of ' 89 has returned to College to commence her Sophomore year full of zeal and energy and ready for hard work; and we now take pleasure in sending to the " Index " our second communication. The first era of our college life has passed, and will be remembered by us as a period full of enjoyment, and one by which we have been much benefited, and which has proven to our college mates that we are an indus- trious class. We have made excellent progress in our studies, devoting much of our valuable time last year to the studies of botany and agriculture, in the last of which we have made astonishing progress (. ' ). Our declamations have been noted as (scarcely) marvels of oratorical power, and two of our number expect to astonish the natives next June. In class sports and games we have often left the " campus " bearing the flag of victory, and have taught the Juniors that we are expert base- ball players, and the Freshmen that we are not deficient in foot ball. Our first class-supper took place on the eventful evening of June 10, 1886, and you may be sure we did ample justice to la viande before us. The affair was decided a complete success, and we now look forward to the time when we shall next assemble for a similar gustatory achievement. We have taken much interest in the Freshies, and having announced to them one dark night a meeting of the " Owl Club, " we proceeded to initiate several of them into the mysteries of that order. The past, with its victories and defeats, has gone from us like a dream, and let us not revert to it except to draw from the experience it has fur- nished, guidance for our conduct in the future. is.
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