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C A Class Colors. — Peacock Blue and Old Gold. Class Yell— TFa i hoo, Wah hoo, Wah hoo, Wah ; Zip boom bah ; ' 91. ♦T|7 ERY few events of importance have transpired since our last communi- - cation to the Index, and there has been but little change in the class, one only having dropped out, while two have been admitted and fully adopted by the glorious class of ' 91. The months have rapidly passed by, bringing us to our Junior year, and the middle of our college course. We gladly assume the position of Juniors with the responsibilities which arise from bringing the Freshman class up in the way they should go, yet we shall never cease to regret the loss of our old friends of ' 89, who fostered us through our college childhood ; and shall always have a special regard for those of whom we thought so highly, and trust that we may be able to fill their places with fitting dignity. There seemed to have been an inpression among us that when we should be- come Juniors there would be a relaxation in our work and we could take life a little more easily. Alas for all such expectations. Instead of a decrease there was so decided an increase (especially in certain species of polyps, and in the number of pages of Rhetoric), that we concluded " life was not all a dream, " though a song to the contrary has often been heard about college. In athletics, ' 91 has held its own in every case, although in the class game of hase hall with the Seniors the score was a tie, nevertheless had the game con- tinued we sliould without doubt have been victorious. Ill foot ball, as usual, we furnish some of the heaviest men on the team, and are ready at any time to dispute the championship. There seems to be a decided tendency toward tenuis this year. The game appears to have won universal favor among tlie fellows, for they begin to see there is as much skill in the game as there is in any field sport, and we think 110 one will dispute us, when we say that ' 91 contributes some of the finest play- ers in college to this game. (20)
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JDNIOR CLASS. ' 91, OFFICERS. H. T. SHORES, President. L. F. HORNER, Vice-President. P. L. ARNOLD, Secretary. M. A. CARPENTER, Treasurer. W. W. GAY, Historian. W. C. PAIGE, Captain. names. residences. ROOMS. Arnold, Frank Luman Belchertown, 21 N. C. Belden, Allen Montgomery East Whately, 7 S. C. Brown, Walter Augustus Feeding Hills, Mr. D. K. Bangs. Carpenter, Malcolm Austin Ley den, 28 N. C. Eames, Aldice Gould North Wilmington, 13 N. C. Felt, Ephraim Porter North boro. Plant House. Field, Henry John Loverett, Home. Gay, Willard Weston Georgetown, 3 N. C. Horner, Louis Fred South Framingham, ' 2 N. C. Howard, Henry Merton Franklin, Boarding House. Hull, John Byron Stockb ridge. 2 S. C. Johnson Charles Henry Prescott, 13 S. C. Lage, Oscar Vidal Barbosa Juiz de Fora Minas, Bi razil, Prank Wood ' s. Legate, Howard Newton Sunderland, Home. Magill, Claud Albion Amherst, Home. Paige, Walter Cary Amherst, Home. Phillips, John Edward Brooklyn, Conn., 2 S. C. Ruggles, Murray Milton, 13 S. C. Sawyer, Arthur Henry Sterling, 3 S. C. Shores, Harvey Towle West Bridgewater, 7 S. C. Tuttle, Harry Fessenden Jamaica Plain, (19) 14 S. C.
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THE INDEX. 21 Out of consideration for the classes who follow us, we should like to give a little advice, and that is, work diligently on that sixth of an acre ; till the soil, and you will see grand results, either on your hands or in the increase of your vocabulary. " We have all been there before, many a time, " so we can safely advise in regard to the matter. One of the pleasantest occasions we have ever had, and one that will always be remembered by us, is the trip we took under the direct ion of Prof. Maynard to the vineyards about Fitchburg and the market gardens around Boston. We have now reached the third stage in our intellectual development, and begin to wind around us the fine thread of experience and knowledge, which goes to make up the firm fabric of our education. May we so weave our web that it will stand criticism from the keen eyes of the world, for the slightest flaw will be detected. The next two years will fly by only too quickly, therefore let us settle down to the work set before us, determined to gain all we can that will help us bring honor upon ourselves and upon our friends. Gt.
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