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70 INDEX. Oct. 4. Foot-ball, ' govs. ' 91 ; score, 18 to o. 8. Foot-ball, Aggies vs. Williston ; score, 17 to 10. 15. Foot-bali at Hartford, Aggie vs. Trinity — 4 to 32, won bv tlie referee. 18. Foot-ball. ' 88 vs. ' 90 and " 91, won by " 88 : score. 98 to o ! 20. ' 90 bolts on Prof. Wellington. 21. Rope pull between ' 90 and " 91, won by " 91 ; score, g[$) to o. 22. Fire alarm at 5 o ' clock A. M. woke the students from pleasant dreams to put out a slight fire in the West Entry of North College. Foot-ball, Amherst ' 91 7 ' .$-. Aggie ' 90 and ' 91 — o to o. 25. Foot-ball on Blakefield. Aggie 7 ' S. Amherst (one-half Jiour), — 10 to o for Amherst. 26. Foot-ball at East Hampton, Aggie I ' s. Williston; score, 26 to o. Game called before time expired at tlie request of Williston. Nov. 2. ' 90 bolts on Prof. Warner. 3. Foot-ball on Blakefield, Amherst " 91 7 ' j-. Aggie " 90 and ' 91 ; won by Amherst- — g to o. 5. Foot-ball at Worcester, Aggie 7 . ' . Worcester " Tech, " — 10 to o in favor of " Tech. " F. R. Huse referees the league game. Result, $5 in his inside pocket. 17. Foot-ball, " 91 vs. Amherst High School and Mount Pleasant Sem- inary — 42 to o. 21. Jvmiors bolt on Prof. M. while the barber is " getting his work in. " 22. Freshmen have their pictures taken. 29. Foot-ball, ' 88 vs. 89: score 32 to 2.
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INDEX. 69 May 14. Base-ball on the campus, Aggie vs. No. Amherst — 17 to 10. 18. Base-ball, Aggie vs. Williston — 12 to 10. 22. Prof. Sawyer of Williston Academy preaches in the Chapel. 24. Base-ball, ' 89 vs. ' 90, won by ' 89 — 22 to 11 ; and " 90 2 ' s. Amherst High School, won by " 90 — 17 to 13. 25. ' 89 bolts on Prof. Maynard. 26. Base-bail, Aggie vs. No. Amherst,.won by No. Amherst — 16 to 1 1. 31. Base-ball, " Guertinians " vs. " Kelloggians " — 18 to 8. June 2. The Freshmen go to the " Devil ' s Garden, " botanizing, in the rain. Some of them walk and take the wrong road, have to ford a riyer. but " get there just the same. " 4. Base-ball, Aggie vs. Wilbraham — 15 to 9; on the campus. 5. Rev. Michael Burnham preaches in the College Chapel. 6. A calf found tied to the bell rop.e in the old chapel. 7. Base-ball, Amherst consolidated and Aggie, 1 1 to 10 at six innings, then forfeited b} ' Amherst. 9. Base-ball, Northampton Firemen vs. Aggie — 14 to 7. II. Base-ball, Aggie 7 -. Wilbraham at Wilbraham — 6 to 11, and vs. Holyokes at Holyoke, won by the latter — 17 to 10. 13. Freshmen bolt on Prex. 17. ' 88 and the Freshmen celebrate Freshman night. 18. Base-ball at Northampton, Firemen t. ' s. Aggie — 22 to 6. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 19. Baccalaureate Sermon by Dr. Walker; Address before the Y. M. C. A, by ex-President Noah Porter of Yale Univ., at 8 p. m. 20. Grinnell Prize Examination in Agriculture (Senior Class). Squad drill at 4.30 p. M. Kendall Prize Speaking at 8 p. M. 21. Alumni Meeting, 8 a. m. Aanh ' rsary Exercises, 10.30 A. M. Alumni Dinner, 2 p. M. Battalion drill, 4.30 p. m., and Presi- dent ' s reception in the evening. 22. Graduating Exercises at 10.30 a.m. 23. Examination of candidates for admission to College at the Botanic Museum. Sept. 6. Examination of cancHdates for admission to College at Botanic Museum. 7. Fall term opens with twenty-four Freshmen. 14. Freshmen try to scare up a cane-rush, Sophs, don ' t want to ; about half an hour later Sophs try it, but the Freshmen don ' t want to, result a draw. 18. Prof. Drummond of Edinburgh University, Scotland, addresses the students in the Stone Chapel. 21. Dr. Smith, Dr. Simpson, and Dr. Greenleaf address the Y. M. C. A.
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INDEX.. 71 ■i College Awards, 1 887 — KENDALL RHETORICAL PRIZES. Sophomores, ' 89. A. M. NouRSE, .... First Prize, I20. H. E. WooDFURY, .... Second Prize, 15. Freshnaen, ' 90. L. C. StiU.lNGs, .... First Prize, $20. N. li. Whitcomb, .... Second Prize, 15. GRII NELL AGRICULTURAL PRIZES. Seniors, ' 87. W. H. Caldwell, .... First Prize, $50. C. L. Marshall, .... Second Prize, 25. HILL ' S BOTANICAL PRIZES. Seniors, ' 87. C. L. Marshall, .... First Prize, $15. F. H. Fowler, .... Second Prize, 10. CLARK ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY PRIZE. Freshmen, ' 90. D. Barky, I25.
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