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Sophomore Class. ' 91. OFFICERS. President. A. M. BELDEN. Vice-President. H. T. SHORES. Secretary. Treasurer. M. RUGGLES. J. B. HULL. Historian. Captain. W. W. GAY. A. M. BE ILDEN. MEMBERS. Names. Residences. Rooms. Arnold, Frank Luman Belchertown, 21, N. C. Belden, Allen Montgomery- East Whately, 7, S. C. Brown, Walter Augustus Feeding Hills, Mrs. Baker ' s. Carpenter, Malcolm Austin Leyden, 28, N. C. Eames, Aldice Gould North Wilmington, 13, N. C. Eaton, Henry Newell South Sudbury, 32, N. C. Field, Henry John Leverett, Home. Gay, Williard Weston Georgetown, 2, N. C. Gorham, Frederick Seeley Westport, Conn., 14, S. C. Horner, Louis Fred Newton Heights, 28, N. C. Hull, John Byron Stockbridge, 12, S. C. Johnson, Charles Henry Prescott, 6, S. C. Lage, Oscar Vidal Barboza Juiz de Fora Minas, Brazil, 7, S. C. Legate, Howard Newton Sunderland, Home. Lindsey, Ernest Marblehead, 15, S. C. Paige, Walter Cary Amherst, Home. Phillips, John Edward Brooklyn, Conn., 12, S. C. Ruggles, Murray Milton 6, S. C. Sawyer, Arthur Henry Sterling, 3, S. C. Shores, Harry Towle West Bridgewater, 13, S. C. Tuttle, Harry Fessenden Jamaica Plains, v22) 14, S. 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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9i. Class Colors— Peacock Blue and Old Gold. Class Yell— Wah hoo, Wah hoo, Wah hoo, Wall: Zip boom bah: ' 91. J I T HE thought arises as we send this, our second, communication to the i- Index, how rapidly our Freshman days have glided by, bringing us around to the enviable position of Sophomores, which is always looked for- ward to with interest by the Freshmen. The feelings with which we came back to College this year are entirely different from what we experienced last year at this time, for our Fresh- man shyness has passed away and more confidence in ourselves has been aroused, causing us to feel that we are indispensable to the institution. One must not for a moment think we intended to be conceited, as there can be no such trait of character attributed to us, for the Class of ' 91 is not char- acterized by that overwhelming sense of importance common to the pre- ceding Sophomore classes; but, on the contrary, has attained a great degree of (gravity), of which kind it is not necessary to (specify). Ten of those who entered with us upon the trials and vicissitudes of the Freshman year have not returned, and as the class was a small one, their loss is keenly felt; but their loss is partially made up by the addition of four new members. It is hoped that those remaining have the determina- tion to finish their course and graduate with the honor due to ' 91. In regard to our intellectual development there is but little to say, except that we certainly have had the chance to broaden our mental facul- ties if we so desired, and without doubt the opportunity has been embraced by every one, so that there has been quite a perceptible addition to our store of knowledge; and now as we come into our Sophomore year there should be a closer application to work, as we find the studies more difficult, and therefore requiring more time and thought. In athletics, ' 91 has been prominent in furnishing men for the College foot-ball and base-ball teams, and although not having had the experience which comes from three years ' practice, as the upper classmen have, yet they take hold with a proficiency which does credit to them and their class. The subject of athletics is coming to be one of great importance in the (23)
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