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£4 THE INDEX College, and it is absolutely necessary to have the sympathy of every student to ensure success in this matter, and it depends upon us in a large measure to promote this interest. The ins and outs of College life have been learned with a proficiency quite excelling anything in the line of our regular studies, and we can now converse with the Juniors when they speak of going to see their cousins at Hamp. or Hadley. We would like to ask the Freshmen if they are waiting for their men to grow in order that they may be strong enough to have a rope-pull ? If so we would advise them to try Dr. Barrows ' Phosphate, as that is good for young and growing bones, and perhaps they will be strong enough by their Junior year. Now, Class of ' 91, gather around while we renew the hopes and ambitions with which we started out so resolutely upon our College course, and may we realize more fully the possibilities which lie before, the chances that we have here to make the most of ourselves. We have now fairly started in upon our course, and all that is necessary is diligence to obtain what is more valuable than gold or silver, and that is a cultivated mind. G.
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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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Freshman Class. Secretary. B. SEDGWICK. 92. OFFICERS. President. C. A. MAGILL. Vice-President. G. B. WILLARD. Treasurer. H. C. CRANE. Historian. H. F. STONE. Captain. A. R. WOOD. MEMBERS. Names. Bardin, James Edgar Boynton, Walter Chamberlain, Pierce Annesley Clark, Edward Thornton Condit, Charles De Hart Crane, Henry Everett Davidson, Royal Page Deuel, James Edward Emerson, Henry Bennett Faneuf, Arthur Gelis Parrar, Frederick Allen 4 Residences. Dalton, North Amherst, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Granby, Troy Hill, N. J., Weymouth, Highland Park, 111., Amherst, Gloucester, Amherst, Ware, (25) Rooms. 18, S. C. Home. 8, S. C. 9, N. C. 13, N. C. 17, S. C. Mr. Bangs ' . Home. 9, S. C. Mr. Canavan ' s. Mrs. Gilbert ' s,
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