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minet 2 3Five. Officers. President, Frederick Clinton Tobey. Vice-President, Clarence Bronson Lane. Secretary-Treasurer, Shiro Kuroda. Historian, Clarence Bronson Lane. Class Captain, Henry Blood Read. Foot-Ball Captain, William Charles Duffield. Base-Ball Captain, Edile Hale Clark. Members. Bagg, Edward Oren, West Springfield. Tower 2. Q. T. V. Ballou, Henry Arthur, West Fitchburg. 11 N. C. Q. T. V. Bemis, Waldo Lewis, Spencer. 10 N. C. Q. T. V. Billings, George Austin, Soutli Deerfield. 6 S. C. C. S. C. Brown, William Clay, Peabody. 2 S. C. D. G. K. Burgess, Albert Franklin, Rockland. 8 N. C. Clark, Edile Hale, Spencer. 10 S. C. Q. T. V. Clark, Harry Edward, Wilbraham. 23 N. C. l S K. Cook, Jay Erastus, Hadley. Home. Cooley, Robert Allen, South Deerfield. 5 S. C. $ S K. Crehore, Charles Winfred, Chicopee. 14 S. C. ! S K. Dickinson, Charles Morrison, Park Ridge, 111. i S. C. Q. T. V. Drury, Ralph Willard, Athol Centre. 27 N. C. Q. T. V. Duffield, William Charles, Quincy Point. D. G. K. House. D. G. K. Fairbanks, Herbert Stockwell, Amherst. Home. Foley, Thomas Patrick, Natick. 10 N. C. C. S. C. Frost, Harold Locke, Arlington. 14 S. C. l S K. 29
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other class demonstrations. We returned to our Alma Mater feeling that in all respects our Freshman night was a genuine success. We believe that in this we have taken a decided step for the better, and it remains with future classes either to follow up this custom or to revert to the boyish one of old. On beginning our second year we find our numbers somewhat reduced, but we still have a strong class. Some have left our ranks to chase the elusive dollar through the fickle world ; others have left for reasons best known to themselves and the faculty, and a few good men have come to join us from ' 94. The usual Sophomore-Freshman rush took place this year on the stairs of the old chapel building, and although both sides claim the victory, the result was entirely satis- factory to us. The class trip to the mountains with Professor Maynard was a pleasure for all, and afforded many new ideas which could not otherwise be obtained. We returned bringing with us many valuable botanical specimens, and feeling that the day had been one of enjoyment as well as profit for all. We won an easy victory over the Freshmen in foot-ball, with a score of 32-0, and in the rope-pull we added one more to our list of victories. In music we have been very successful, being well represented in the band, orchestra, and glee club. Taking all things into consideration, we believe that ' 95 has done, and always will do, her part in maintaining the high standard of the college. " We rise by the things that are under our feet, By what we have mastered of good or gain, By the pride deposed and the passion slain, And the vanquished ills that we hourly meet. " 28
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" Hemenway, Herbert Daniel, Barre. 21 N. C. C. S. C. Henderson, Edward Harris, Maiden. 21 N. C. D. G. K. Jones, John Horace, Pelham. Home. Jones, Robert Sharp, Dover. 11 S. C. S K. KuRODA, Shiro, Shobara, Japan. Farm House. $ 2 K. Lane, Clarence Bronson, Killingworth, Conn. 2 N. C. D. G. K. Marsh, Jasper, Danvers Centre. 2 S. C. D. G. K. Mason, Amos Hall, Medfield. 11 S. C. Morse, Walter Levi, Middleboro. 12 S. C. D. G. K. Potter, Daniel Charles, Fairhaven. 20 N. C. Read, Henry Blood, Westford. 10 S. C. € S K. Root, Wright Asabel, Deerfield. 5 S. C. l 2 K. Smith, Arthur Bell, North Hadley. i S. C. Q. T. V. Stevens, Clarence Lindon, Sheffield. 8 N. C. Sullivan, Morris John, Amherst. Home. ToBEY, Frederick Clinton, West Stockbridge. 6 S. C. C. S. C. Toole, Stephen Peter, Amherst. Home. Warren, Frank Lafayette, Shirley. Tower 2. Q. T. V. White, Edward Albert, Fitchburg. 2 N. C. D. G. K. 30
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