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May 3. Prof. Washburne dismisses his surveying class on time. 5. Dr. Fernow lectures on " The Battle of the Forest. " 8. ' 96 vs. ' 97 Base-ball game, 12-0. 11. Sophomore Western Alumni Four chosen ; Freshmen Western Alumni Four chosen. 16. ' 95 holds a Field Day at Hampshire Park ; they celebrate their victory at the Amherst House. 17. Dr. Fernow delivers the last of his lectures on " Forestry. " 18. Prof. Warner tenders a reception to ' 95. 19. Hash-house vs. Outsiders Base-ball game, 11-10. 25. Legislature makes its annual visit. Hash-house vs. Outsiders Base-ball game, 10-9. 30. College Battalion does escort duty for the G. A. R., followed by Dress Parade on the Common. June 1. Freshmen start out on their Freshman night dissipation. 6. Col. Hughes inspects the battalion. 9. The old barn burns ; Toole saves a barrel of corn-cobs. 10. Rev. Calvin Stebbins preaches. Senior vacation week. 17. Baccalaureate sermon and address before Y. M. C. A. 19. Class Day. Senior promenade. 20. Graduating exercises. End of the college year. 21. Seniors have their farewell supper at Albany, N. Y. Sept. 4-5. Entrance examinations. 6. Fall term opens. 11. M. A. C. Boarding Club initiation. 14. ' 96 vs. ' 98 Base-ball game, 15-2 ; ' 95 vs. ' 97 Base-ball game, 14-2. 21. Junior German Class organizes. 26. College closes for Hampshire County Fair. 27. College raises $350 for Foot-ball. ' 98 lose their practice rope. 28. They find it again. Oct. 3. ' 97 vs. ' 98 rope-pull, ' 98 victorious. 142
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The southern wind from Holyoke ' s range has swept the snows away, And we have watched the sweet springtime pass swiftly day by day. No fairer place the gods e ' er made for summer sun to shine, Than Aggie with her verdant fields and guardian mountain line. April 3. Spring term opens ; Burrington and Nutting succeed " Jay. " 6. Washburne lectures to ' 96 on " Hygiene. " Edwards takes full notes. Cheney hangs Haut-Ton. n. Dr. Daymude lectures on " Utility of Beauty. " 16. 85 per cent, system for the whole college. College raises $400 for Base-ball — ' 96 gives $111 of it. 17. ' 97 Class caps appear. 19. Patriot ' s day. 20. Senior farmers and chemists cross bats, 13-7. 27. Hopkins Academy vs. ' 97, 14-7. 28. Arbor Day. ' 96 plants its Class tree. ' 95 vs. ' 97 Base-ball game, 23-13. 30. White military trousers appear. 141
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Oct. 4. ' 96 starts on the annual Junior trip. 5. Saito becomes so enraptured at Wellesley that he gets lost. 7. Harper the only Junior at church. 12. Aggie 10, Wesleyan University o. The cannon proclaim the victory. 16. First Junior orations delivered. 18. Soph, mountain day; Captain Colby makes a sprint. 23. Eddy goes to see his girl and finds her entertaining three other fellows. 28. Rev. Dr. Read, of Holyoke, preached. 31:. ' 96 Index Board retires from the field. ' 4:
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