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Mass, Ag ' l College Club of Boston AND Vicinity. Organized November 1, 1886. Dr. AUSTIN PETERS, ' 81, President, 23 Court St., Boston. Dr. MADISON BUNKER, ' 75, Secretary and Treasurer, Newton, Mass. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. CHARLES L. FLINT, ' 81, 25 Congress St., Boston. FRED H. FOWLER, ' 87, Commonwealth Building, Boston. WILLIAM COLVARD PARKER, ' SO, 28 School St., Boston, This club was founded for the mutual benefit and good fellowship of our Alumni, and for the promotion and advancement of the general interests of the college. It consists of over one hundi ' ed and fifty meinbers, most of whom re- side in or about Boston. All graduates and former students may become mem- bers by sending their names te the Secretary. At all the meetings, the Faculty and olFicers of the college are invited, and have been well represented. The only expense of membership is an assessment from those present at a meeting, to cover the expenses of the dinner and the necessary pi-inting. Thei ' e are no regular times for its meetings, which are held whenever it is thought convenient for a sufficient number of its members to attend. Still it is the general intention t o hold two annually. They are called by notices sent to each man. If over thirty respond to the call, a meeting is held and a dinner provided. The club has held eight meetings, each of which has been a success. The first seven of these meetings were held in a comparatively short time after its founding. The seventh one was at the time of the Bay State Fair in Boston, in 1887. Since then there have been no meetings up to the meeting at the time of the Bay State Fair this year. This meeting, held at the Parker house, Friday evening, Oct. 11, was a grand success. Nearly ninety members and invited guests sat down to the dinner. Dr. Austin Peters, now President, presided. Among the guests and speakers of the evening were Prof. Levi Stockbridge, Prof. W. P. Brooks, Prof. C. H. Fer- nald. Prof. C. C. Walker, and Lieut, C. H. Cornish, all instructors in this col- lege. The agricultui ' al press was also well repi ' esented. This was not only one of the largest but also one of the most interesting meetings our Alumni has ever held. 13 (89)
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IN MEMORY OF XENOS YOUNG CLARK, Class of ' 75, DIED JUNE 4, 1889. " Judge not; the workings of his brain And of his heart, thou can ' st not see; What looks to thy dim eyes a stain. In God ' s pure light may only be A scar, brought from some well-won field Where thou wouldst onl} faint and yield. " IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH HENRY HOWARD, Class of ' 82, DIED FEBRUARY 13, 1889. (88)
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The Mass. Ag ' l College Club of New York and Vicinity. Founded Dec. 10, 1886. OFFICERS. JOHN ASHBURTON CUTTER, M. D., ' 83, . . . President. SAMUEL CLARENCE THOMPSON, 72, . . Vice-President. ALFRED WILLIAM LUBLIN, ' 84, Secretary and Treasurer. SANDFORD DWIGHT FOOT, ' 78 Choragus. At the third annual dinner held in December, 1888, it was voted that the an- nual membership fee shall be five dollars, the payment of which entitles the member to a ticket to the annual dinner. All graduates and non-graduates of the institution are eligible to membership; the club is the only organization out of Massachusetts, of past students and graduates of the M. A. C. All wisliing to join will please forward the fee, their names and addresses to the Secretary- Treasurer, Mr. A. W. Lublin, No. 66 Beaver Street, New York. The next din- ner will be held Dec. 17th, 1889, but notice of place will be sent out. PAST GUESTS OF THE CLUB. President H. H. Goodell, Amherst. Ex-Professor and Captain Charles Morris, U. S. A., Governor ' s Island. Ex-President Levi Stockbridge, Amherst. Ex-Professor Henry E. Alvord, C. E., Director Maryland Agricultural Experi- ment Station. Ex-Professor Charles L. Harrington, New York. Dr. F. M. Hexanier, American Agriculturist. Ex-Professor Henry W. Parker, D. D., Iowa College. (90)
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