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OGTeBER. Ladei boUgtis ar d. fiperied stieaves, Rictily tinted fallirig leaves ; Hutilrriri SL[r lig]r[t, ricli ar d rare, Ir| golden glory everyWt ere. I. Foot-ball : M. A. C, 28 ; Worcester Tech., 10. Worked commenced on stone dam. 4. Sophomore mountain day. 5. Foot-ball: Amherst, 58; M. A. C, 10. 8. Foot-ball: M. A. C, 16; Mt. Hermon, 10. 11. Foot-ball : Amherst, 4; M. A. C, o. 12. Foot-ball: Ninety-five, 32 ; Ninety-six, o. 19. Foot-ball: M. A. C, 22 ; Williston, 12. 25. Foot-ball: Amherst, 22 ; M. A. C, 4. 28. Republican and Prohibition clubs organized. 29. Foot-ball : M. A. C, 62 ; Boston University, o. Independent Democratic Club organized. 127
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SEPTEMBER. Purple clusters liarigirig liigti ' Neatt ttie briglit Septerqber sKy ; Ho-w ttieir fragrarice brir[gs deliglit T Ho-W tl eir beauty cl: arii s ttie sigl: t T 6. Entrance examinations. 7. Fall term commences. 8. Ninety-five and Ninety-six rush on the old chapel stairs. 9. Annual mass meeting. 10. Marshall goes to Saturday chapel. 13. Y. M. C. A. reception at Prof. Brooks ' s. 14. Money raised for foot-ball. 15. Lieut, tests grapes. Owl Club opens the season ' s work. 20. M. A. C. Press Club organized. 22. Lieut. Cornish takes leave of the battalion. 24. Foot-ball : Trinity, 6; M. A. C, o. 26. Auction of reading room papers. 27. Hampshire County fair ; no college exercises. 28. Gov. Russell and Staff inspect the college. Shurtleff and Kramer initiated into the Boarding Club. 126
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Bbitorials. 1 I E feel that it is but just to ourselves to state that we have received practically III no assistance from either the ' 92 or the ' 93 Index Board. We do not wish to complain in the least of our treatment at the hands of the ' 93 Board, as we think that whatever has been amiss in their conduct towards us must have been due entirely to some time-worn college custom, which has forbidden intercourse between the members of one ?z i?;ir Board and those of the next. If such be the case, it is time said custom was worn out, and we shall do all in our power to make it a thing of the past. As in the world at large, love of country takes precedence of love of State or of province, so in the college world, the interests of one ' s Alma Mater should be placed above those of his class. The Index is a college annual, and though each succeeding volume is published by a different class, yet to the public mind any particular volume represents the college far more than it does the class which may have chanced to pub- lish it. Hence, it is the duty of every loyal student, whatever the class to which he belongs, to lay aside class pride and petty jealousy, and do all in his power to aid the Index editors in their work. To the ' 95 Editorial Board we would say that not only do we consider it a duty, but also that it would be a pleasure, for us to assist you in your work with the experi- ence that we have gained. We wish that yours may be a lighter task than fell to our lot, and that your efforts may be crowned with greater success than ours have been. What is the reason that this college does not receive more bequests ' . Is it because we have a small sum of money from the government, or because the people believe that Agricultural Colleges are not worth supporting? If it is either of these reasons, it is a very poor one indeed; and we hope and believe that it is neither. But whatever the reason may be, there is need of a general awakening among all classes of people to 128
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