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tSE INDEX. n Rogers, Elliot Smith, Robert Hyde Stockbridge, Francis Granger Stone, Harlan Flsk Taylor, G-eorge Everett Thompson, Henry Mardin Tyng, Charles Tyng, George McAlpine West, Homer Cady Willard, George Bartlett Williams, Milton Hubbard Boston, Amherst, Northfield, Amherst, Shelburne, Monterey, Victoria, Texas, Victoria, Texas, Belchertown, Waltham, Sunderland, 15 S. C. Home. 2 N. C. Home. Tower. 26 N. C. 10 S. C. 10 S. C. 10 N. C. 15 S. C. 12 N. C.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS, ' 92, OFFICERS. G. E. TAYLOR, President. H. M. THOMPSON, Vice-President. F. G. STOCKBRIDGE, Secretary. E. B. HOLLAND, Treasurer. G. B. WILLARD Class Captain. H. P. STONE, Historian. names. residences. room Baldus, Gustave Bardin, James Edgar Beals, Alfred Tennyson Boynton, Walter Clark, Edward Thornton Crane, Henry Everett Deuel, James Edward Emerson, Henry Bennett, Field, Judson Leon Fletcher, William Goldthwait, William Jolmson, Jr. Graham, Charles Simmer Holland, Edward Bertram Hubbard, Cyrus Moses Lyman, Richard Page MacDonald, Frederick Joliii Nauss, Ciias. Stnmi Belchei-town, 23 N. C. Dalton, 12 S. C. Greenfield, Tower. North Amherst, Home. Granby, 9 N. C. Weymouth, •J N. C. Amherst, Home. Gloucester, S N. C, Leverett, Home. Chelmsford, Mr. Bangs. Marblehead, 16 S. C. Holden, 25 N. C. Amherst, Home. Sunderland, Home. Boston, 4 S. C. GlenakwhUc, P. E. Island, 16 S. C. Gloucester, 8 N. C. (23)
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' 92. Class Colors — Magenta and Old Gold. Class YmA.—Rah-Rah-Rah ; Oo-Ah-Oo ; Oo-Ah-Oo ; ' 92. Class Tax— SI. 60. ■n] n ® year of college life, with its joys and sorrows, its trials and vU vicissitudes, has passed away, and we have emerged from the chrysalis state of Freshmen into that of full iledged Sophomores. It is true that we are much diminished in numbers, yet it is to be remembered that it is only the laggards who fall behind, while the " strong men and true " keep to the front, and although our ranks have been pretty well thinned during the past year, yet our associations have bound us all the more closely together, and we have perhaps become stronger rather than the weaker by our loss. In the matter of sports and athletics, that factor so important in every col- lege, our class has shown great enthusiasm. Not only have our representatives been prominent in the college foot-ball and base-ball teams, but the class has been first and foremost with financial aid, and has contributed heartily to their support. In the base-ball field, our men have done particularly fine work, botli in class games and with the regular team. After being disappointed in our hopes for a rope-pull last year, we had antic- ipated our contest with ' 93 all the more eagerlJ The Freshmen for some time were indisposed to give us a trial, but finally concluded to enter into a contest in which we were the easy victors, being the first Sophomore class to carry off the rope pull honors for several years. Our class game of foot-ball is still a matter of uncertainty, but unless our Fi-eshnian friends an ti ' oubled with another attack of weakness, we shall en- deavor to make tlieir entertainment a cordial one and give them plenty to do. So classmates, let us extend the hand of good fellowship as we look over the past of our collogo, and as we remember that but three sliort years must pass (24)
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