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THE INDEX. 83 May 2. Prof. Wellington bolts on ' 89. 2. ' 89 waits for Prof. ' ' Sam " on account of rain. 3. ' 90 cuts Prof. " Sammy " to see base-ball game. 5. Base-ball, Aggie vs. Williston ; 23 to 22. 8. ' 90 put on probation for cutting May 3rd. 31. Base-ball, Aggie vs. Williston ; 12 to 14. June 1. Base-ball, ' 89 vs. ' 90 ; 7 to 35. 5. Base-ball, Aggie vs. Holyoke ; 7 to 9. 13. ' 91 puts the cannon in the Armory. 14. ' 90 buries both cannon in the sheep-pen. 15. Freshmen hunt cannon. Commencement Exercises. 17. Baccalaureate Sermon by Dr. Walker ; address before the Y. M. C. A. by Rev. Calvin Stebbins, of Worcester, at 8 p. M. 18. Grinnell Prize Examination of the Senior Class in Agriculture. Standing Gun Drill, Mortar Practice and Bayonet Exercise at 4:30 p. M. Kendall Prize Speaking at 8 p. m. 19. Alumni Meeting at 8:30 a. m. Graduating Exercises at 10 a. m. 20. Examination of candidates for admission at the Botanic Museum. Sept. 4. Examination of candidates for admission at the Botanic Museum. 5. Fall Term begins. 13. Foot-ball, ' 89 vs. ' 90 ; 20 to 5. 14. ' 90 released from probation. 16. New order of service in chapel. 17. Invitation to Bay State Fair. 21. ' 91 bolts on Prof. " Sammy. " 30. Rev. Mr. Dickerman preaches in the chapel. Oct. 2. Go to fair at Belchertown. 6. Foot-ball, Trinity vs. Aggie ; 28 to 0. 9. College attends the Bay State Fair. 13. Foot-ball, Aggie vs. Williston ; 27 to 0. 25. Foot-ball, ' 91 vs. ' 92 ; 20 to 4. ' 89 bolts on Prof. Wellington. 28. F. K. Sanders, general secretary of the Intercollegiate Y. M. C. A., delivers an address in the chapel. 30. Prex. gives some practical advice on the use of the gymnasium. Nov. 17. Foot-ball, Aggie vs. Williston ; 18 to 9.
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Annales. 1887. DEC. 1. Labor on the ' 90 Index begins. 8. Prof. Warner wears a straw hat. Dee. 15. The ' 88 Index appears; aclde parum pano, magnus acervo erit. 16. Pall Term closes. 1888. Jan. 4. Winter Term begins. 21. Polo, Aggie lis. Amherst; 8 to 7. 26. ' 91 bolts on Prof. " Sammy. " Feb. 10. Major returns from Washington. 11. Prex. inspects — death to cobwebs. 11. Polo, Aggie vs. Reads; 2 to 3. IS. Polo, Aggie vs. Reads; 5 to 4. 25. Polo, Aggie vs. Reads; 6 to 3. Mar. 9. Major goes to Washington. 11. Prof. Walker forgets his necktie. 18. Rev. A. B. Bassett, former Professor of Mathematics, preaches in the chapel. 19. The Freshmen have their ropes stolen. 20. ' 89 bolts on Prof. Wellington. April 11. ' 90 bolts on Prof. Warner. 13. ' 90 bolts on Prex. 13. Base-ball, ' 88 vs. ' 90 ; 9 to 6. 17. ' 89 bolts on Prex. 18. ' 90 bolts on Prof. Warner. 21. Base-ball, Aggie vs. Northampton ; 6 to 4. 24. Base-ball, ' 88 vs. ' 91 ; 21 to 18. 28. Arbor Day. ' 90 and ' 91 set out class trees. 20. Prof. Wellington bolts on ' 89. (82)
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An Ideal Love Letter. TYT Y DULCINEA : Here you have at your feet, Oh Queen of Beauty, a mortal who adores you and in whose heart there has been an aching void, since the very first moment that he had the good fortune of gazing at your majestic countenance. I have seen in you the angel of my secret adorations and words are a little less than nothing to express my feelings. 1 love you as the butterflies love the sweet flowers from which they suck the honey. I love you as Abelardo loved Eloise ; Paulo, Virginia, and Romeo, Juliet. As a wrecked mariner clings to the life-preserver, which in the dark tem- pest and among the turbulent waves is his only hope of salvation, so my darling, do I cling to you. Fail me, Oh fail me not. Let thy love buoy up my soul. Take me for thine own, and by your acceptance of my all, save me from a dark fortune, turning fear into gladness, earth into heaven! Don Quixote. Stray Whiskers. EROF. ALVORD. — " Eight times nine are sixty-two. " (Applause.) " No, sixty-four. " (Increased applause.) Prof. Fernald (four minutes after bell rings;. — " You gentlemen are pro- verbially late, if it continues you must consult the President. " Prof. Walker (to Barry). — " In monosyllabic words, on which syllable does the accent fall ? " Barry. — " On the first. " Prof. W. — " Why not on the last. " Barry.— " Don ' t know. " (84)
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