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Taylor, Efford Earle, North Amherst. Home. ToBEY, Frkderick Clinton, West Stockbridge. 6 S. C. C. S. C. Y. M. C. A. W. I. L. S. VoLio, Enrique Tinoco, San Jose, Costa Rica. D. G. K. House. D. G. K. Warren, Frank Lafayette, Shirley. 15 N. C. Class Foot Ball Captain. Weed, Percy Loring, Boston. 7 N. C. Wentzell, William Benjamin, Amherst. Home. White, Edward Albert, Fitchburg. 2 N. C. D. G. K. W. I. L. S. Williams, John Sherman, Middleboro. 4 N. C. Woodbury, Roger Atwater, Cheshire, Ct. 11 S. C. SPECIAL?. Court, William Boyce (Magill University), Montreal, Can. SUMMARY. Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Special! Total 22 24 52 43 I 142 45
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Ballou, Henry Arthur, Swanzea, N. H. ii N. C. Q. T. V. Class Vice-President. Class Foot Ball Team. Bemis, Waldo Lewis, Spencer. Mrs. Baker ' s. Q. T. V. BiLLTNGS, George Austin, South Deerfield, 6 S. C. C. S. C. Y. M. C. A. Brown, Mendall Howard, Amherst. Home. Brown, William Clay, Peabody. 23 N. C. U. G. K. Burgess, Albert Franklin, Rockland. 8 N. C. Clark, Edile Hale, Spencer. 9 S. C. Q. T. V. W. I. L. S. Class Captain. Class Foot Ball Team. Cooley, Robert Allen, South Deerfield. 5 S. C. ' P. S. K. Y. M. C. A. W. I. L. S. Class Foot Ball Team. Crehore, Charles Winfred, Chicopee. 31 N. C. l . S. K. Davis, Alfred, West Roxbury. 7 N. C. D. G. K. Y. M. C. A. W. I. L. S. Class Foot Ball Team. Dickinson, Charles Morrison, Park Ridge, 111. Q. T. V. Y. M. C. A. W. I. L. S. Direc- tor Polo Association. Drury, Ralph Willard, Athol Centre. 27 N. C. Class Foot Ball Team. DwYER, Elmer Francis, Lynn. 27 N. C. C. S. C. W. I. L. S. Director Foot Ball Asso- ciation. Fairbanks, Herbert Stockwell, Amherst. Home. Foley, Thomas Patrick, Natick. 10 N. C. C. S. C. W. I. L. S. Orchestra. Frost, Harold Locke, Arlington. 12 S. C. . S. K. Y. M. C. A. W. I. L. S. Haskell, Ernest Albert, Amherst. Home. Class Foot Ball Team. Hemenway, Albert Daniel, Williamsville. 14 S. C. C. S. C. Y. M. C. A. W. I. L. S. Henderson, Edward Harris, Maiden. 6 N. C. D. G. K. W. I. L. S. Hubbard, Guy Augustus, Ashby. 11 N. C. Q. T. V. Director Athletic Association. Band. Orchestra. Jones, Robert Sharp, Dover. 11 S. C. Kuroda, Shiro, Japan. Farm House. l . S. K. Y. M. C. A. W. L L. S. Director Tennis Association. Lane, Clarence Bronson, Killingworth, Ct. 2 N. C. D. G. K. W. L L. S. Class Historian. Marsh, Jasper, Danvers Centre. 23 N. C. Class Foot Ball Team. Mason, Amos Hall, Medfield. i N. C. Morse, Walter Levi, Middleboro. 4 N. C. D. G. K. W. I. L. S. Potter, Daniel Charles, Fairhaven. 15 N. C. Read, Henry Blood, Westford. 13 S. C. . S. K. Director Base Ball Association. Class Foot Ball Team. Root, Wright Asabel, Deerfield. 5 S. C. . S. K. Sastre, Salome Verand, New York City. Frank Wood ' s. D. G. K. Shaw, Frederick Bridgman, South Amherst. Home. Smith, Arthur Bell, North Hadley. i S. C. Q. T. V. Stevens, Clarence Linden, Sheffield. 31 N. C. 44
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TKe Worcl College. It has been said that words are fossil thoughts. If by this is meant that words, apart from the idea conveyed by them, have neither life nor power, the statement and the metaphor contained in it may be correct. Not so, however, if we mean that a given word always expresses the same thought, that there is neither growth nor change in the idea brought to the mind by it, that the pictures presented by it are always and every- where the same. What is a fossil. ' ' " A substance dug from the earth ; " " the petrified form of a plant or animal in the strata composing the surface of our globe. " During all the centuries since the plant or animal found its grave, it has undergone no change. Geologists tell us that a mammoth buried in the ice of Siberia can have even its eye-balls preserved for some such time as even one hundred thousand years, and that a grass-like plant, buried in the far more ancient coal-beds, may keep so perfectly that it remains flexible to the present day. This characteristic of permanence does not belong to the thought expressed by a given word ; and not the least interesting feature of the study of language is to trace the changes in the meaning of words, to see that the thought presented by them to our minds is wholly unlike that presented to the minds of those who lived hundreds of years before us. An interesting illustration of this fact is furnished by the word college. A Latin word, coming into the English through the French, its first idea is simply that of a " collection, body, or society of men invested with certain rights or engaged in common pursuits. " As early as the thirteenth century there was founded in Paris a " college " that was merely a boarding-house. The university established there attracted a throng of students eagerly desiring its advantages, many of whom sought lodging and some sort of protection and superintendence at a moderate cost. To supply this want the " college " was founded, the name at first having been specially applied to the houses of the religious orders, where were accommodated those young men who meant to devote themselves wholly to a " religious " life. From France our word, having the meaning just explained, passed over into England. The monastic institutions that early had a home in Oxford and Cambridge were prac- 46
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