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Washington Jrving Literary Society. OFFICERS. T. P. FELTON, ' 90, President. E. P. FELT, ' 91 Vice-President. J. E. BARDIN, ' 93, Secretary. H. M. THOMPSON, ' 92, .... Treasurer. W. E. TAFT, ' 90, H. M. HOWARD, ' 91, [ . . . . Directors. F. S. STOCKBRIDGE, ' 93, ) T. P. Pelton, E. G-regory, P. W. Mossman, MEMBERS. ' 90. C. H. Jones. ' 91. G. B. Simonds, F. J. Smith, W. E. Taft, F. L. Arnold, E. P. Felt, W. A. Brown, H. M. Howard. M. A. Carpenter, ' 92. M. Ruggles. J. E. Bardin, R. P. Lyman, J. E. Deuel, H. M. Thompson, W. J. Goldthwait, Jr., E. B. Holland. •93. F. G. Stockbridge, A. D. Clark, C. H. Parker, F. T. Harlow, F. A. Smith, D. P. Harvey, L. W, Smith, E. A. Hawkes, H. F. Staples, F. H. Henderson, G. B. Woodbrey, P. S. Hoyt. (51)
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50 THE INDEX. A. M. Belden, W. A. Brown, L. F. Horner, E. T. Clark, L. W. Smith, W. S. Pember, 1891. H. T. Shores. 1892. R. P. Lyman. 1898. E. A. Hawkes. E. P. Felt, W. W. Gay, J. B. Hull, J. E. Bardin, C. A. Smith, J. B. Knight, C. E. Bliss, A. H. Sawyer, M. Ruggles, H. E. Crane, F. G. Stockbridge, H. M. Thompson, C. S. Nauss, C. S. Graham, H. D. Clark, C. D. Green, D. P. Harvey, Associate. 1 890. 1891. H. M. Howard. 1892. 1893. E. Gregory. F. L. Arnold, H. F. Tuttle, Wm. Fletcher, W. J. Goldthwait, W. B. Emerson, H. E. Deals, G. E. Taylor. J. B. Woodbrey, H. F. Staples. F. G. Hoyt.
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A TRIP TO THE HUB. tT was already understood that the college was to attend the " Bay State Fair " f I ' om Thursday the tenth to Saturday the twelfth of Octobei ' , when on the previous Friday, Prex announced in chapel that on Wednesday the class of ' 91 would be excused from all college exercises, in order to visit with Prof. Maynard the vineyards of Dr. Fisher and Mr. Andrews at Fitchburg, and other places of interest in that vicinity, and that we could then proceed to Boston, there to await the arrival of the others. Accordingly, at about six o ' clock Wednesday moi-niug the class assembled at the Central Mass. depot, each man with traveling satchel, cane, and a look of serene dignity. There we watched the sun-rise, a sight which to some of us was a novelty. In due time the train arrived, and ' 91, canes, dignity, plug hats and all, were en route for Fitchburg. After our fares had been collected, and Lagehad satisfied himself that he was actually awake, and " clothed and in his right mind, " we began to " Hooper- up, " much to the disgust of the conductor, and much to the surprise of some of our staid fellow travelers. Reaching Oakdale, the ticket agent ' s remark that he " hadn ' t tickets enough for the whole crowd, " was greeted with a shout of derision. Arriving at Fitchburg, we took a barge and drove to the vineyards of Mr. Andrews and Dr. Fisher, and you may be sure that, although most of the fruit had been gathered, we thoroughly appreciated the quality of what was left, if not the respective merits of different methods of pruning. Through- out the trip we made the welkin ring with the yells of " Aggie " and " 91 on the slightest provocation. In the car which took us from Fitchburg to Clinton, sat a most interesting fellow passenger. Our descriptions of her varied, but all seemed to agree that she was ])retty, and that she carried a violin case. Being a musician, the young lady seemed to appreciate our attempts to render college songs, and when we g )b oft " the train at Clinton it was to the tune of " Farewell Forever. " Takin;.? a harge we drove to Lancaster, and visited the estate of Mr. J. E. (53)
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