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26 THE INDEX Field, Judson Leon Fletcher, William Goldthwait, William Johnson, Jr. Graham, Charles Sumner Haley, George Williams Hoar, Thomas Holland, Edward Bertram Howard, Henry Merton Hubbard, Cyrus Moses Hull, Henry Banks Lyman, Richard Pope McDonald, Frederick John Magill, Claude Albion Nauss, Charles Strum Rogers, Elliot Saville, James Richardson Sedgwick, Benjamin Smith, Robert Hybe Stockbridge, Francis Granger Stone, Harlan Fisk Taylor, George Everett Thompson, Henry Mardin Tyng, George McAlpine, Tyng, Charles Weed, Wallace Dana West, Homer Cady W ilia id, George Bartlett Williams, Milton Hubbard Wood, Augustus Roswell Leverett, Home. Chelmsford, 15, S. C. Marblehead, 16, S. C. Holden, 29, N. C. Stonington, Conn., 10, N. C. Amherst, Home. Amherst, Home. Franklin, 17, S. C. Sunderland, 12, N. C. Hampstead, 5, S. C. Boston, 11, S. C. Glenaladaly, P. E. Island, 16, S. C. Amherst, Home. Gloucester, 9, S. C. Boston, 2, S. C. Rockport, Frank Wood ' s. Cornwall Hollow, Conn., 18, S. C. Shelborn, Home. Northfleld, 8, S. C. Amherst, Home. North Amherst, Home. Monterey, 32, N. C. Victoria, Texas, 10, S. C. Victoria, Texas, 10, S. C. Marblehead, 11, s. c. Belchertown, 23, N. C. Waltham, 4, S. C. Sunderland, 12, N. C. Centre Village, 3, S. C.
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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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92. Class Colors. — Maroon and Yellow. Class Yell.— Badger ' 92. IN submitting an article for the Index to the public gaze, we beg that in her criticisms it may be remembered that this is our iirst con- tribution to the pages of the Index and that we have not as yet, the experience in this form of journalism which comes only by familiarity with the work. The class of ' 92 is one of the largest which has entered the college for several years. This seems not only to be indicative of the value of the class to the college, but to show the gradually increasing interest which the public is taking in the institution. Many members of the class are taking a lively interest in athletic sports and we have succeed- ed in organizing a very fair foot ball team which in the class game played a better game against the sophomores than has any freshman eleven for several years. There is an excellent prospect for a good base ball team in the spring, and we have plenty of good material to put at work in that direction. The rope pull is, as yet, a matter of conjecture. It is hoped, how- ever, that ' 91 will in time gain sufficient backbone to pull us on equal terms, and should that time arrive, we shall be happy to return the compliment, and do all we can to make the contest interesting. The sophomore class which last year lacked, (as a ' 90 man remarked) ; the silica to take part in a rush, seemed to have gained a little of the re- quisite matter this year, but when they had been distributed over the hall and the walk one morning after chapel, the silicious materials seemed to leak out of their boot heels, and such a thing as a rush hasn ' t been heard of since. But of greater importance than these minor affairs of college life, is the fact that we now stand at th e threshold of one of the most important (27;
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