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INDEX. 17 ' CLASS APPOINTMENTS. Historian. J. E. Holt. Poet. R. B, Moore. Prophet. F. S. COOLEY. Prophet ' s Prophet. H. C. Buss. Orator. . B. L. Shimer, Toast nn aster. E. E. Knapp. Odist. W. A. Parsons.
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16 INDEX. - Senior Class ' 88. Vice-President. F. F. NoYES. OFFICERS. President. L. F. Kinney. Historian. J. E. Holt. Secretary and Treasurer. F. K. Brooks. Captain. T. Rice. Belden, Edward Henry Bliss, Herbert Charles Brooks, Frederick Kimball CooLEY, Fred Smith Dickinson, Edwin Harris . Field, Samuel Hall Foster, Francis Homer Hayward, Albert Irvinc . Holt, Jonathan Edward Kinney, Lorenzo Foster Knapp, Edward Everett MiSHi.MA, Yataro Moore, Robert Bostwick Newman, George Edward . Noyes, Frank Frederick Parsons, Wilfred Atherton Rice, Thomas .... Shepardson, William Martin Shimer, Boyer Lutjier . MEMBERS. Residetices. North Hatfield, Attleborough, Haverhill, . Sunderland, North Amherst, North Hatfield. Andover, Ashby, Andover, Worcester, . Glenwood, . Tokio, Japan, Framingham, Newliury, South Hingham, Southampton, Shrewsbury, Warwick, Redington, Pa., Rooms. 24, N. C. 7, S. C. 29, N. C. Home. Home. 24, N. C. 9, s. c. P ' arm. 9, S. C. lant Hou.se. 13, S. C. 14, s. c. 28, N. C. s, s. c. 14, s. c. 9, N. C. 7, S. C. Prof Mavnard ' s. . ro, S. C.
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IS INDEX. — ' 88 — OUR class needs no introduction to the readers of the " Index, " for al- ready we have given them three articles in its columns, and hence, as we are about to make our fourth and also our last contribution, we feel that we are to bid farewell to old friends. Taking it for granted, therefore, that th y feel an interest in our- welfare, we take pleasure in furnishing such information regarding our affairs as time and circumstances wi ll permit. Our number is somewhat smaller than that with which we had hoped to greet ourf riends, since for reasons as yet beyond our comprehension, we have been deprived of two of our members. One new man, however, has joined us, so that now we cherish the hope of graduating nineteen strong. Since entering college, we have advanced steadily on the up grade, our abundant supply of sand precluding all possibihty of slipping wheels. Our constant aim has been to work together, and it is for this reason that so many of our enterprises have been crowned with success. Our interest in athletic sports has never been dormant, but rather has constantly increased in strength, until now we feel justified in claiming that ' 88 contributes its full share financially and otherwise, towards the support of the college teams. As to our intellectual abilit} ' , we have not much to say, but we can assure you that an hour spent with us in the discussion of psychological questions would convince you that we possess wonderful faculties for original thought and illustration. This same spirit of originality is often prevalent in the laboratory, else how can the fact be accounted for, that a student should test for phosphoric acid in an " aqua regia ' ' solution of a common cricket, or attempt to dissolve the contents of chestnut shells in boihng water? Our studies in Natural History lia e been very interesting and instructive, prompting us to say. that in the re-estal)lishment of this chair, we think that the college has and will receive decided benefit. Opportunities are now provided for study and investigation in tlie various departments of this science, and with the explicit lectures, the well-filled cabinets for consulta- tion and the necessary apjjaratus for experiments, there is no good reason whv one mav not become well-versed in this branch of knowledtre.
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