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20 INDEX. Junior Class — ' 89. OFFICERS. President. A. M. NouRSE. Vice-President. A. D. COPELAND. Secretary. F. W. Davis. Treasurer. W. A. Kellogg Historian. H. E. Woodbury, Captain. J. T. HUTCHINGS. MEMBERS. Blair, James Roswell . Bliss, Clinton Edwin . CoPELAND, Arthur Davis Crocker, Charles Stoughton Davis, Franklin Ware Hartwell, Burt Laws Hubbard, D wight Lauson . Huse, Frederick Robinson . HuTCHiNGS, James Tyler Kellogg, William Adams . Miles, Arthur Lincoln North, Mark Newell . Nourse, Arthur Merriam . Okami, Yoshiji Skllew, Robert Pease . Whitney, Charles Aliuon . Woodbury, Herbert Elwell H., Resiliences. Warren, . Attleborough, Campello, Sunderland, Tamvvorth, N. Littleton, . Amherst, . Winchester, Amherst, . North Amherst, Rutland, . Somervillc, Westborough, . Tokio, Japan, . East Longmeadow, Upton, Gloucester, Rooms. 10, N. C. 7, S. C. . 13, S. C. Home. 9, N. C. Club House. Home. I, S. C. . Mr. Dana ' s. Home. 28, N. C. 4, s. c. . 25, N. C. 18, s. c. ro, N. C. I ' lant House. . 25, N. C.
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INDEX. 19 0 vin ( to v;irious causfs, our course in Agriculture has been somewhat cursory and broi en, but we are looking iorward to a ])leasant and profitable consideration of the subject of dairy farming during the coming winter. But enough has been said concerning our work, and we now turn to more general topics. During our stay in college there have been several changes in the administration, but through them all it has rode safely, and now its prospects are brighter than e ' er before. We realize how much greater are the advantages now given to the man entering college than were those of the past, and sometimes we are beset with the desire to live our college days over again. But that is impossible ; our life-work lies before us and is beckoning us on ; there is no time to lose in going back, for the great rush of the world waits for no one; if we do not keep our places in the ranks, others will fill them for us ; let us press boldly on, then, doing faithfullv whatever we undertake, and feeling " confident, that, so long as we strive with such motives in view, our efforts will not be in vain. H.
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INDEX. ■ 21 ' 89 — TWO vears of our college life have passed awa}-, and with this term ' s duties we enter upon a new era in student life. For with Junior year come new experiences and new responsibilities which are fully realized only when we reach this welcome period. Our journey hither has been quickly and pleasantly accomplished, and as we proceed on the latter half of our course, our only regret is that not quite all are with us now who started under the banner of ' 89. Yet we bid the missing ones a hearty " God speed " in the paths where destiny leads them, and hope that others will come to fill their vacant places. ' 87 in departing has taken from us many esteemed college mates. We feel deeply the loss of our colleagues, but hope for their highest success in whatever course they may pursue. What they were to us, from the time when first we trod Aggie ' s domains, till their graduation, we will endeavor to be in the fullest degree to our fresh colleagues ; and the new class appears worthy of our friendship. Thougli small in number we hope the " quantity " will be made up by " qualitw " We hope and trust they will grow in all that improves and cultivates the man. that when our class shall quit its Alma Mater, thev may make its absence less apparent. One-half our college course is completed. We have entered at last the petted Junior year, the prominent feature " of which is " ease. " Alas ! Believe it not, ye young aspirants for Junior prerogatives. It is but a fable, a thing of the past, and exists only in song or as a myth. We spend our fast fleeting moments in thvimbing the leaves of a " Genung " or puzzling out the intricate formulae of Crystallography. We have sui " veyed various parts of the farm, and obtained with due mathematical correctness the heights of the various college buildings. No, ■ambitious Freshman or daring Sophomore need now undertake the further decoration of any of the above buildings without a knowledge of the extent of the task before him. We have tested grapes and strawberries under the head of practical horticulture. These with some things of minor importance, such as beating ' 88 in base-ball, occupy our time.
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