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90. Class Coloks— Navy Blue and Old Gold. Class Yell— Ching, Chang, Chong; Ching, Chang, Chong; Ra, Ra, Ra; Ra, Ra, Ra; ' 90. TT CAIN the time has come for the the class of ' 90 to send its greet- @s 1 ing to the readers of the Index, but now, having reached the age of Juniors, we cannot appear as in former times when we were full of stratagems so characteristic of the lower classes. So far upon our College course our experience has been wide and vari- ed, each year bringing forth new elements with which to test our ability. Yet many members of the class who entered are not now with us, death has taken one, others are engaged in their pursuits for life, and only one has joined us from the class lower. We sincerely regret the loss of ' 88 and their kind advice always given for our benefit. Many pleasant memorials recall to us past associations with them. Knowing we had many friends in ' 88, we heartily wish them prosperity in whatever profession of life they may follow. Notwithstanding our losses, we have a bright side to our history. We are now the next to the largest class in College, and a well-organized class it is. Experience has taaght us that in order to accomplish our purposes, we must work together, and this unity is only gained by placing the great- est confidence in each; then we can accomplish wonderful results. In the class-room our instructors have, without doubt, realized our effi- ciency in the sciences, after having faithfully studied the laws which govern the universe or establishing by calculus the distance from earth to infinity, as well as other hidden secrets of nature that have proved worthy of our investigation. Many of our men have taken a lively interest in the athletics of the College and have occupied very prominent positions, but we hope more interest will be taken yet, as there is much room for improvement. In our class games we won a good score from ' 89 in base-ball, but did not succeel so well in foot-ball, although we are well satisfied with the (20)
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Junior Class. 90. OFFICERS. President. G. A. GODDARD. Vice-President. F. W. MOSSMAN. Secretary and Treasurer. J. S. WEST. Class Captain. Historian. A. C. McCLOUD. F. J. SMITH. Names. Barry, David Castro, Arthur de Moraese Dickinson, DwightWard DuBois, Cornelius Mcllvaine Felton, Truman Page Goddard, George Andrew Haskins, Henry Darwin Gregory, Edgar Herrero, Jose ' Maria Jones, Charles Howland Loring, John Samuel McCloud, Albert Carpenter Mossman, Fred Way Russell, Henry Lincoln Simonds, George Bradley Smith, Fred Jason Stowe, Arthur Nelson Taft, Walter Edward Taylor, Fred Leon West, John Sherman Williams, Frank Oliver MEMBERS. Residences. Southwick, Juiz de Fora Minas, Brazil, Amherst, Keen Valley, K Y., Berlin, Turners Falls, North Amherst, Marblehead, Jovellanos, Cuba, Downer ' s Grove, 111., Shrewsbury, Amherst, Westminster, Sunderland, Ashby, Had ley, Hiidson, Dedham, North Amherst, Belchertown, Sunderland, a 9) Rooms. 6, N. C. Tower. Home. 1, S. C. Plant House. Mrs. Baker ' s. Home. 9, N. C. Tower. Mrs. Howland ' s. 5, N. C Home. Prof. Brooks ' . S, N. C. Boarding House. 21, N. C. 22, N. C. 5, N. C. Home. 21, N. C. 12, N. C.
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THE INDEX. 21 result. Our base-ball game with ' 91 was lost through the absence of some of our best players. Now that we have a gymnasium there should be more ball players among us, for a gymnasium affords an excellent training for all our ath- letic sports. Among the many improvements which have been made this term is the establishing an observatory on the top of South College tower, thus giving the Juniors an excellent opportunity for star-gazing, saving them the trouble of going down town. By permission of the President, we celebrated Arbor Day by setting two very choice trees between North and South College, replacing those set by ' 72, for the reason that their trees had grown very irregular and injured the beauty of the College grounds. Classmates: Two very important years of our life have passed, and we have entered far upon our third year, soon our College life will end. Amid the scenes of reflections let us see wherein our mistakes have been made, that by so doing we may correct our future by the experience of the past and spend the rest of our College days with profit to ourselves, our friends and those who follow after us. S. Lv% EnkC» Boston
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