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8 9 . Class Colors —Cardinal and Dark Blue. Class Yell — Rah, Rah, Rah; Rah, Rah, Rah; Rah, Rah, Rah; ' 89. " Fly, envious Time, till thou run out thy race; Thy speed is like the fiery coursers pace. " " And in their nightly watchful spheres, Lead in swift rounds the months and years. " UvOW fast time flies! It seems but yesterday that, as Freshmen, we first -L came to begin our college life amid new scenes and new surround- ings. Yet now, in the words of the old song: " As grave and reverend Seniors gaze we on the verdant past ; " and we realize that soon four of the pleasantest, and we hope most profitable, years of our lives will have gone by forever ; that soon the bright scenes and pleasant occupations of our college days will exist for us only as cherished memories of what we once enjoyed. Since we entered, our ranks have kept thinning, until but half our original number are left to graduate. We cannot but miss the absent ones, yet at the same time we would heartily wish them success. During the past year our time has been partly occupied by an investigation of Physical phenomena and electricity; but our experiments with the latter often had shocking results. With net in hand we have explored the country in search of new or strange Insects, with which to prove our knowledge of Entomology. Our proficiency in Chemistry is quite remarkable, as evinced by the won- derful reactions, and peculiar formulas we have been able to produce; while oar talent for understanding and solving deep and intricate Psychological problems, though as yet not completely developed, is never-the-less remarkable. It augurs well for the future of the college to see the numbers increasing as they do from year to yeai May they continue to increase until these buildings shall not suffice to contain them; and let each man as he pursues his course in college remember the advice of Sir Thomas Buxton to his sons, — " What you know, know thoroughly, " and success will crown his efforts. 3 (17)
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Senior Class. ' 89. OFFICERS. President. B. L. HARTWELL. Vice-President. J. T. HUTCHINGS. Secretary. T reasurer. C. S. CROCKER. H. E. WOODBURY. Captain. Historian. A. M. NOURSE. P. W. DAVIS. MEMBERS. Name. Residence. Room. Blair, James Roswell, Warren, 10, N. C. Bliss, Clinton Edwin, Attleborough, 7, S. C. Copeland, Arthur Davis, Campello, 13, S. C. Crocker, Charles Stoughton, Sunderland, Home. Davis, Franklin Ware, Tam worth, N H. 2, S. C. Hartwell, Burt Laws, Littleton, Boarding House. Hubbard, Dwight Lanson, Amhei-st, Home. Hutchings, James Tyler, Amherst, Mr. Dana ' s. Kellogg, William Adams, North Amherst, Home. Miles, Arthur Lincoln, Rutland, 29, N. C. North, Mark Newell, Somerville, Tower. Nourse, Arthur Merriam, Westborough, 25, N. C. Sellew, Robert Pease, East Longmeadow, 1, S. C. Whitney, Charles Albion, Upton, Boarding House. Woodbury, Herbert Elwell, Gloucester, (16) 25, N. C.
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THE INDEX. lb is not without a feeling of sadness that we send our last communication to the Index; for in doing so we feel it is to say good-bye to old friends with whom we soon must part, perhaps never to meet again; but the memory of our pleasant associations will be with us always. And now, Classmates: Let us not be discouraged because our numbers are not as large as we had hoped to have in our last year. Let us rather emulate the worthy deeds of our ancestors, the little band of Pilgrims, who years ago landed on our coast where, " The breaking waves dashed high; " and, like them, make each obstacle only another incentive to push on, and we shall succeed at last. As upper classmen it devolves upon us to be leaders and mentors of the college in all its workings. May our example be such as can be safely followed, and may our remaining days here at college be so spent as best to fit us for the work that lies before us when we leave our Alma Mater; and let us bear in mind that as the world moves, so must we, or be left behind ; that there is always room (it the top ; and, that if we desire an open road to prosperity and happiness, we must make it ourselves. Our college duties soon must end. As the curtain falls and ' 89 retires from this stage of action, may hers be the welcome plaudit, " Well done. " T .
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