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Publi heel l y tl1e Junior Class FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR

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GEO. E. REER. ,

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This Collcg.: has no medical, law, divinity or other pro fessional school or department connected with it; but is intended to gi,â&#x20AC;˘e a Liberal Education, adapted to fit you ng men to enter most aclvantageothl}' upon the . tudy of the ! .earned l'rokssions after graduation. By a Liberal Education i: meant a nonprofessional educa ti on conducted without reference to any future particular profession, ca llin g or special pursuit on the part of th e student in question, ancl designed not to make men specially clergymen, lawyers, physicians, soldiers, merchants or engineers, but so to train and educate the mental faculties as to put them into their most effic ient condition , and to qualify a student to enter with success upon th e st ud y of any of the profe"ions, or upon any other pur:>uit in life. EXPENSES

After Comm encement, wil l be as foll ows:-

I

84, the amount of the Treasurer's bills each year

Tuition (Christm as Term, $_to; Trin ity Term, 6o), Room-rent for each person, roo.oo, 75.00, 6o.oo, S5o.oo, 30.00, or (with scholarship), Tncid en ta Is, II eat, Total,

242.50, $217.50,

202.50,

100.00 25.00 30.00 12.50

192.50, SI72.50, or

Th e cost of board for 37 week at 4. so per week is r66. so. T o this must be added laundry cha rges, together with the expen e of books, furniture, clothing, travel, and society fe es, which vary according to the taste and habits of the student, and of which no estimate can be given. SCHOLARSHIPS

The amoun t of the Trea urer's bills can be con iderably reduced to holders of scholar,hips. The scholarships vary in value , some remitting the charge for tuition, a nd others both the charge for tuition and that for room-rent in whole or in part, while others yield a cash income. These cholarship are not limited tv those .tudying with a view to any pecâ&#x20AC;˘al profe - io n. The T oucey cholarships for students for the ministry, arc awarded by the Faculty. For sons of clergymen of li mited means there are special scholarsh tps. For holder of scho lar,hips remitting the entire charges for tuition and roomrent, th<' Treasurer's bill is reduced to 8.+2.50; and the necessa ry expenses of such students, including board and other per onal items, will not exceed 250 or 300 a ) ear.


Application for any 'cholarship ~hould be made in writing to the Presid nt by the parent or guardian, at or before the beginning of th e term in which th e student intends to ent er. XA M I:-.:AT JO 'S FOR ADMISS ION

Two Examination» for admis ion are held at the College in each year: The first, in Commencement-Week; and the second, immediately before the beginning of 'h r istmas Term . ln rBBs the ordc.:r of Examinations will be a follows :JL :-:E .

S~. PTEMBER.

~londay,

June.: 22d, 2 P.M., Greek. Tuesday, ] une 23d, :30 A.~l., Latin; 2 P.~l., Algebra . W edne. day, June 24th, :30A.~1., Engli. h. 2 P. ~l., rith m tic and Geometry.

Tuc day, 'eptcmbcr 15th , 8:30A.M., Greek; 2 P.M., La tin. W ednesday, September 16th. 8:30 A.~l., Algebra ; 2 P.~l. , English . Thursday, September 17th, :30 A. ~1.. Arithmetic and •eome try

Examinations for admis ion w ill a! o be held on the specified day of Ju ne in New York , Philadelph ia, 1 it t burgh, 'hicago, and an Francisco, and in other places , d ue n otice of which will be given. Commo1amotf is Thlli.rdny, j1111t! 25. 18 .f.

ROO M S

AND

BU ILDl NGS

The new bui ld ing were commenced in I 75· They are thoroughl y drairy:d, well ventilated a nd unsurpassed for convenience and comfort. I n 18 1 the ortham gateway was begun, and the western side of the great quadrangle is now comp leted . Ea y access from the city IS secured by means of street-car' runn in g to the Coll ege ground . An excell ent athletic ground is provided fo1 ball playing and other out door sports; th ere are also cveral tennis courts, and n gym nasium. The rooms are arranged .o a t'l provide for two students rooming toge ther, a common study and separate bed-room . They are heated by steam, and ligh ted by gn , and \'entilation i secured by open fire places. \\ ate r is carried to every floor. T he site of the buildin gs is remarkable for its healthfulne:.'>. CA TALOGUE S

Catalogues and Examination Papers may be had on application to the . ecretary of the F aculty. For cholnrships and gen era!tnfo rmation, app lication hould be made to the President, George W illiam on Smith, ~. T. I>.


EDITORIAL liEtU: wtTI! the cia s of '86 suhmit:s the thirt eenth num ber of the 1 vv to the coli ge and it· fri ends. We have e ndeavored to chronicl e the important co ll ege even ts of the past yea r and give a complete list of the frat ernities a nd orga nizations repr~senled in the co llege. Like our predecessors, we have not attempted to make the fvv a funny book, and hav e confined ourselves to a plamstatement o f fact with ou t fancy or fiction. Following th e example o f '85, we omtt the usual fronti spiece . a pictun: of the board of editors, and as they, mou rning th e lo·s of a true fr iend a nd in structor, substitu ted his photograph, so we, actuated by the same fee ling, substitute a photograph of our lat e much lo ved Professor Lo ui s M. Cheesman, Ph. D., feelin~ sure that our reade rs wou ld prefer h is likenes to th at of a few student . Trinity seems once more to have entered upon an e ra of adva nce, and fr i ·nds of the co ll ege are prophesying a glorious future. I n the facul ty two changes ha ve occur red since th e la-;t issue 0f the I VY: Prof. C harles F. J ohn so n, for merl y instructor, ha ueen made profcs,;or of English and Rh etoric; and the Professor hip of Phy;ics, which for the past year and a half wa · so com petentl y and faithf ully filled by Prof. Louis M. Cheesman. was made vacant at the beginning of Trinity term by hi s mu ch lamented d eath . The vaca ncy thus aris. ing has been filled by Wm. Lispenard Rob, Ph . D., who is now acting as in:tructo r in l'hy ics. At the beginning of the present college year. the schem e of studies was o cha nged by the corpora tio n a nd faculty that the college now offers four distmct courses. and an extensive course in elec tive studic~ wa added to the prescribed work. The appearance of the cam pu · has been g reatly improved by the erec ti on of two very handsome residences: one buill by the college for the president; the other by Prof. Ferguson. for himself. A very comple tt: chem ical laboratory has been fitted up for the usc of student pursuing the co ut'Se in advanced chemi st ry . In ath letics the long looked for ''brace" seems actually lo have commenced. Two unu sua lly successfu l college tennis tournaments were held dming the past year. In the inte r-co llegiate tennis tournament held here last fall Trinity ,ucceed ed in secu ring secon d place in both si ng les and doubles. The foor-ball inte re,;t h as been thoroughly rcvi,•cd and wa · represented by an energetic team, whi ch if not highly successfu l, ne,•erthel ess made a begi nnin g. Some mu ch needed improvements have been made in the b'Ym nasium, and tt is used daily by many of the students. Strong hope' are en tert ained of putting a base-ball nine in the fie!! nc"-t ,eason which will do credit to the coll ege. Ow in g to the presence of some new and remarkably promi ing material, the prospects of a good representatio n at the inter-collegiate athletic meeti ng were never so fa vorable as th is year. The common , under the management of our Saratoga caterer, are flourishing, though thcr<· i. ample room for improve ment. An d now with a feeling of relief occa.~ioned by the knowledge of work ac<·omplishcd, coupled with a sigh of regret that our con n ection with the I VY ts at an end, we intru t it to thf cia . of' 7·

'86

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CONTENTS I'A<:J.:

Frontispiece. . . . . . . . . ............... . ........ .. . . . ... .......... ... . Board of Editors .... . . . . .. ...... .. .... ..... . .. . ............... . .. . Trinity College! Adverti eme nt. .... .. ..... ...... ... ............ ... .. . Editorial .. .. .... .............•.... .. ... .. .............. . .... .. .. College alcndar. .................. .. . .. . ....... . .. .... .. . .. . ... . . . Trinity College .......... .. . ............ . ... . ........ . ............ . . tuclents by Cia se ...................................... . ........ . Requ iremcnts for Admi sinn ........................ .... . .. ... .. .... . Cout e of In tructio n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .... .... .. ..... ... . Secret Societies. . . . . . . . ... . .. .. ........... . ............. .. . . .... . . .

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Library of Trinity College ........ ...... ..... ........• ..... . .. .. . ... . R eading Room . . . . . .............................. . . . .. ... ....... . The Trinity Tablet. ... ... ......................................... . Miscellan eo us Organizations.... . ..... . . .... ........ . .. .. .. .. . .... . Athl et ic A.sociation ...... .... . ........... .. . . .... ....... .. .. . ... . . T rinity ollege Foot Ball Eleven. . . . . .. .... ... .. .. ...... ........... . Trinity College Base Ball Nine . . .... .. ............................. . Trinity Col lege Boat rew ..... . . ..•.................... ...... . . .... JJ areand ll ounds lu b ................. . . ....... .... ...... ... . ..... . Tri nity College \\'heel men .. ............. . . .. .. ... .... ... ......... .. . ' 6 Ba e Ball 1 ine . . .. ... ... . . . .................. ............... . . ' 7 Foot Ball Eleven . . ........ . ..... . ...... . .. .. , .. .. . . . ........... . ' H ockv Eleven . .. . ... . ... . . .... .... . .. ... .... ... . ..... ... ...... . Lawn T e'n nis A ocia t ion~ ............. . ............................ . T enn is lubs ....... .. . . ........... .. ...... ..... ... .... ........ .. . . The Corax Boating Club ... . . ... .•. . .. . .......... .. ...... ........... [ usical Organi za tion s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........... .. ...... . Ye Pipe of Peace ................ .. .. . .... . .......... . . .. ... .. ..... . L emo n Squeeze r . ............ .. .. . ............. . .............. . ... . German Club ......................... . ...................... .. ... . Ches Club .... .......................... .. ........... . • . .... .. ... \\hi t, Poker and lletiqm: lubs . . . .. ................... . ...... . .... . W hately D ebating Club ...... ... .... .. ................. .. .. ........ . D elta Psi .'hake peare C lub ... . .................... . ...... ... .... . . . Cerberus Club ...... ....... . ...... .. ........ . ............. . ....... . Ivy Editor .. . ..... ........... .... .............. . ....... . ........ .. P re idents of th e ollegc ... . . ..... . ... ... .. . ...... .... ...... . .... . . . The Chapel . ...... . .. . .. . ...................... .. . .... ..... .. .... .. Cc.llege Marshals ..... .......... . ..... . ... . .. . ...................•.. Marri ages . ... ....... . ............................................. . In Iemoriam .................................. .. ...... .. ... . . .... . Obitua ry-Dr. Cheesman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . .. . . Honor- men ......... .... . .. .. ......... . ........ . .. .... . . ... . ...... . Degrees Conferred in 18 4 · ....... . .......................... ·.· .... .. Valedictorians and 'alutatorians ............ . ................. .. ..... . Cia s-Day Appoi ntm ents for I 5. . ........................... . ... . Adverti. cment. .. . .. . . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

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1884 Sept.

It.

,\io,•.

l.

I ).;~.

7'/tursday.

Ch1 istma$ Term hegins.

Snturda;'.

All Saints' Day.

2[.

/•i·iday.

English Literature l'ri1.e Examination.

22.

Saturday .

27.

Thursday.

Thanksgiving Day. Chnstmas Examinations.

13.

Sa/11rday.

J 5·

Jlfomlay.

r6.

T11esday.

I

7.

18.

11/edncsdny. Appointment of Tnuc.:y Scholar.

Th11rsdn;'.

Christmas Vacation begins.

1885 Jan.

8.

FeiJ.

18.

/1/,·dn~stlay.

A,;h- Wedn.,;day.

l' eb.

2!.

Snl11rday.

l:'rizc Version Appointments publi ·bed. Prize Contest.

Tu~sday.

Junior Stanc\ing published.

:\1 arch April

.

Trinity Term begins.

F1iday.

Good Friday.

17.

F17.rfay.

Easter Reces,; begins.

27.

.11/onday.

Easter I ece sends.

29. May

7'/wrsday.

Oratorical

Tultlt: Prize Essays handed in .

/Vedncsday. Chemical l'ri1.e Essays handed in.

2.

Saturday .

Latin Prize Examination.

14.

Tlwrsday.

Ascen . ion-Day.

I

June

2 .

Tlun·sday.

l'rize VersiOn Declamations.

31.

Sunday.

Trinity-Sunday.

ll'.·dih'sday. Senwr Exalll!llation,.

-1.

Thursdnr•.

Friday.

6.

Saturda1· . .J!onday.

9· ro.

Tutsday. 11/ednesday.

Trtnity Examination,,


June

II.

12.

Friday.

13.

Saturday.

rs.

ll.fonday.

r6.

Tuesday.

I j.

~Vctinesdny.

T lm rstlay.

19.

Friday.

2I.

untiay.

22.

llfonday.

Trinity Examinations. Senior Standing published.

1

A ward of Prizes. Baccalaureate Sermon. Examinations for Admission.

23.

Tuesday.

2-f.

{1/cdnesday. Annual l\f eeting of the Alumni Association.

?-

Tlwrstlr!)'.

-~路

Sept.

Thttrsrfay.

Cla s-Day. and

of tht:

Fifty-ninth Commencement. Trinity Vacation begin,.

rs.

Tuesday.

16.

J17cdnesdny.

17.

Tlwrstlay.

1n t8 s-'86 the

rpor:\l ion

Examinations for Admission. Christmas Term begins.

hristma Vacation will be two weeks in length.

The stated meetings of the Faculty are held every Friday morning a1 eleven o'clock .

The office of the PRE !DENT is at The office of the

No. 13 Seabury H all;

ECRF.TARY OF THE FACULTY,

The office of ihe TREASURER OF'

THI':

COLLEGE,

8

o. 21 Jarvi

Hall;

No. 39 Pearl Streel.

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SENATUS ACADEMICUS

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V ISTTORS THE RT. THE RT. TilE RT. TilE RT . TilE RT. T il E RT. Tm: RT.

RE\' . Tm: CllA 1 CELLOR, :'>Tiddletown, Conn. RE\". HORATIO POTTER, D. D., LL.D., D.C. L. , :\ew York City. REv . T ll OMAS M. CLARK, D.O., LL.D., Pro,路 Jd ~ ncc, R.I. REv. HE R\' ADA~ ! ' NEELY, D.D., Portland, :'-lo.:. REV. WILLIAM I I. A. Bl SELL, D. D., Burlington, V1. REv. WILLIAM WOODR FF l!LE 路, D.D., Concord,~- I I. REv. BE J AM I N liENRY PADDOCK, D . D., Boston, ;\Ia".

C ORPORATIO CHA NCE LL OR Tm: R1. RH. JO I L \VlLLIA IS, D.D., LL.D., ex-o.!Jido President. TilE R 1w. TilE PRE lDE:\T of the College. TilE REv. E. EDWARDS BEARDSLEY, D.D., LL.D., ew Ilaven, Conn. TilE ll o . HE 'RY JOEL SCUDDER, LL.D., cw York City. T ilE R 1w. GEORGE 11. LARK, D.D., Il artford, Conn . c;EORGE M. BART II OLO:'>I E\V, Esq . , Il anford. Conn. WI L LI Al\1 C. PETERS, ~L\ ., Boston. :'>Ia s. RI HA RD W . II. JARVIS, M.A., Hartford, Conn. C II ARLE J . HOADLY, M.A., Hartford, Conn. c;EORGE BEACH, Esq . , Hartford, onn. TilE RT. RJ路: v. BENJAMI! II . PADDOCK, D.D ., Boston, ;\Ja,s. Tm: REv. GEORGES. :11ALLOR\', D. D., ew York City. T11E Ilo:o:. D W IGHT \V. I'AR])EE, LL.D., Hartford, Conn. C II ARLES E. GRAVES, i\1. \., Treasurer, New Uavcn, Conn. TilE RT. REV. WILLIAM W. 1 ILES, D. D., Concord, , . II. TttE REv . SAr FORD J. I!ORTON, D.D., Cheshire, Conn . T11E RE\' . W I LLIA:'> I TATLO K., D.D., Stamford, Conn. WTLLIA 1 HA;\IERSLEY, M.A., Hartford, Conn. TilE Rn路. H ENR\' A. COlT, D.O., Concord, :-:1. I I. jAl\lE. 1\'ER LEWIS, M.A., New Lonclo11, Conn. E. \VI~.'LO\ WILLIAM., :ll.A., Norwich, Conn. LUKE A. LOCK WOOD, ;\I.A., 'tamford, Conn. TIIF RE\. Til :IIA~ CALLAUDET. D.D., 1 ew \'ark City.

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FACULTY TH E R r:v. G EO. WILLlAM O N sr-rrTH , D .D. , and Ifobartl'n>fessor of ,Jft'lajJhl•sic.r. 107 Elm Street.

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TilE R Ev . THOMAS R. PYNC II O ' ,D . D . , LL.D . , l 'rof<s.wr of ,1/omf Philosoplty. 90 Verno n Street. Tt m RE\. :,A ;\ ! lJ EL II A RT. ~I . A ., Profrssor of the Latin La ngif(l''" and Ut~rat u r~. 22 Jarvis H a ll. II. A RRTX G TO BO LT O , l'II .IJ ., Srovi/1 P rofessor of Ch,·misby and .Vatura f 'rien,·e. 1 r Capitol A venue. THE R Ev . LBO T. BE K WIT If , P11 . D , Professor of th,· Crcd.· Lang u age and l.itaatu re. q Seabu ry !I all.

* I.. l\l. C II EE.' l\!A N, P11. U. , Profnsor •'f l'hysirs. TttE R E\' . F LA VEL S. L lJ TllER , M .. \., SMbwy Projt·ssor of J f atlh'lltatir.r an d Astronomy, and s,·creiUJ)'.

72 \ 'e rn on 'treet. TH E R1"· · liE RY FE RGU SO , M. A ., Northam l'!oftssor of / Iistory an d Pofitiwf Science. I J arvi IJ a ll.

CHARLES FREDER IC K J O H?\SO , B.A ., P rofessor of R hetoric and of tiLt• Englislz Language and l.i ft•ratu rc. 25 Capitol A venu.e.

P rofusor of the fifodcm Lmtgua,,·cs.

Til E R 1. I{H . JO IJ:'-l \VJLLJAi\1!-1, l >. D ., LL.D ., Laturcr on ffislt>n'. ;\I iddletown . TH E R E\'. JO!lN J. ~ !<..C OOK, M . A .. Inslntdor in tilt! ,l/odern La nglflz.l[t'S. I I.J ~l ain Street. \VILLl A M A. M. WA! l"\ \VRI G HT, ~I.A ., :'II.D ., Lectunr <Ill A 11.1tomy and Pllysiology. 453 l\I ain Street. • J>ece:.sed Jan .

1 1,

JbSs.

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WlLLIAlll IlAMER SLEY, M.A. , Lecturer on La1o. 297 Main Street. C HARLES D. SCUDDER, lii.A., lecturer 011 1/ygieJit' . 1 cw York City.

~J.D.,

' I I ARLES DUDLEY WAR.\"ER, ~!. . \ ., Lecturer 011 E11glish Li/(m tlo~. Hartford .

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Tm:

ll. 1c CRA KAN, B.A ., Instructor in Latin. 22 J arvis II all.

J. Al\"DREWS, Instructor in l.ogic- . 956 Asylum Ave.

R~:v. SA~IUEL

~I.A.,

1R. FREDERICK C. ROHERTSO:-,', fn .rtructor in Elooilion. Boston. WM. LISPE ARD ROB, Pn.D .. fn slnutor in P !tysics. 2r Jarvis !I all. 1~ . 0. GRAVES, M.A., Lrcturer on l/1e Science of .rldmi11istrafi/)n. Washington. D. C.

l'roj~.rsor

Tm.

JOI! BROCKLESBY, LL.D. , Emeritus of Jl'atuml Philosophy and Astron()llll'. City !Iotel.

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JOH

lll 1 MI'IIRE\' BARBOUR, M .. \. , l.ibraria n . .t t)O

F:trminglun A\'c,

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BOARD OF FELLOVVS FELLOWS

THE REI. WILUA~! F. L

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I HOLS, lii.A.

H. FOWLER. i\f.A.

FRA r" KLI

KE A. LOCKWOOD. ;\I.A.

WlLLlA f E . PECI, Tm: REI' . ALBI

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G 路, M.A.

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THE Rr.:v. R. A. BE. TO

FF:LLO\'I.'S

TilE REV. JOliN T. llU:\Tll\'GTON, .\1. .\. THE REI . JOII r

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l\1 cCOOK, M .A.

GURDON W. RUSSELL, M.A., i\1. D. PERCY S. BRYANT, :\I.A. T il E REI' . J . IT. BARBOUR. i\f.A . Tm:

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ASSOCIATION OF THE ALUM \

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l. \VAINWRIGHT, M.A., VICE-PRESIDE

A .. 路. MURRAY,

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~I.D.

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SECRETARY

\V1LL1A:\1 E . CURTI , :\I.A . TREASURER

SVO).'

Y G . FISHER. B.A.

STANDING COMMITTEE

TilE PRES 1DENT.

THE TREA "URER

JOH , Bl OCKLT:<.SBY, LL.D. TH E REv. JOH

J. :\1 c ' OOK, :\!.:\ .

THE REI". SAMUEL HART, M.A .

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SENIOR CLASS

Class Ct!/()}'.1-Darl Crimson awl Darl Hlu<. OFF ICER S 'lRI.\'I'l J' TERM.

C// NISTMAS I ARM.

H. B. Loo~IIS. A. D. ~:ELY. S. T. MILLER.

Pusidt•lll. A. CoOMAl\, I s/ Via-l'resident, S. S. MI ICIII::LL, 2rl Via-Preside11t, A. ]). NI,EI.\', St•crdary, .. T. 1ILLER, Tr~asurer, R. TH ORNE, Cln·ollicler, II. B. LOOM IS ,

A. CODMAN.

F. F. RUSSEI.I. S. S. MIT ' HELl.. RESIDENCE.

N A \I E.

* Willi a m Henry Boardman, Archibald Coclman, John Robert Cuningham, * a than Follin DauCh), *John Septa Fillmore, ~amuel H e rbert Giesy, tGcorge Frederick Hum phrey, Frederick Danforth Lobdl!ll,

Clwdand, 0 . Boston, A/ass. Tt·rre 1/mtte. In d. J\ '(lrtJIOII, Ct. Dmver, Col. JVorwicJz, Ct. Faribault, il1inll. New Vork City.

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/fnrtjPrd. /lnrtjPrd. Dd?'Oif, JJ1icll. Slnmfo,路d, Ct. !'t>rlland, 1lfr. RIJonvillr, J\T. Y. /Vot>cistock, Ct. Sharon, Ct. Brook~J'It, .fiT. J '. So. Glastonbury, Ct.

!Jiram Benjamin Loomi, \V1lliam D ni on :'11cCracko.n, ~itlney Trowbridge l\1 iller. Samuel .'mith l\fitchell, Albl'rt Delafield X eely, *Frank \Viliiam Owen, Frank Fenner Rus>ell, *George Peaslee hears, Robert Thorne, '~Levi Franci \Varner, STUDENTS

* llcnry Cozzens Appleton, *Eii~ha 1 orwin Child, Jr.,

IN

SPllCIAL

[()3 Sigourney St. S. H.

9 J. 3 J. 3-1- J.

II. II. II.

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(ln.rs C(lltll'.f-tlfnrmr Niue nurl l/'l111r.

OFFICERS 7R/,\ II I' .1/,RM

CHR ISTMAS TE R M.

Pnsidm l, G~:o. E. B EERS, I .r / Via-Pn·.rnlmt, J. ;\I CCLURC. !J I Y 2d Vio•- P re.ridt nl, I' AI'L IT. RIRD'i A I.L, .~rrrdruy, E. C. NI LES, Tr.·n.wr,·r, W . ] . T~ TE, Chrt~nid~r. II ER I1AN N l. ii

n.'>

N AM E.

(;co rgc Em erson Beer . Pau l H . ll irdsall, * W ill ia m I Ienry Boardman, l .cwi~ :uncron, Clarence Gnffin Cl11ld, * W illiam kinncr Eldredge, James t;oodwin, Edward lhu.:kingham I l atch,

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REQUIREMENTS

FOR

A DMISSiON

CREEK.

Grammar (Hadley or Goodwin). Xenophon: Anabasis, four Books. H omer : Iliad, three Books, with Prosody. Prose Compo it ion (Jones or White: the exercises 111 the first half of the book). History of Greece. [T he translation of a ve rage pas>ages, not previously read, from Xenophon and H omer will be accep ted as an alt ernative to the above-mentioned quantitie' in the e authors.] LATlN.

Grammar. Cresar: Galli c War, Books I. - TV. inclu ive; with quest ions on the subjectmatter and on gramma r. Virgil: Aeneid, Books I. -V I. inclusive; with questions on the ubjcclmatler and on Prosody. Cicero: the Orations agai nst atil ine, and that for the Poet Archias; with •1 ucstion · on the su bject-mattcr and on grammar. Prose Composition: Transla tion int o Latin of a passage of connec ted l ~ngl i sh narrative, based upon some passage in Cresar's Gallic War. Roman H isto ry : Outlines, to the death of i\1 arcus Aurelius (Creighton). Ancient Geography. Candidates will also be <:xami ned at sight upon average pa sages from Cresar's work,, from Virgil's Aeneid and Ovid's Metamorphoses, and from Cicero's Orations, with general questions on gramm ar, history, and antiquities, suggested by the pa. sages el. ~1ATHEMATI

.\r ithmetic, including the Metric System. Algebra, through Radicals and Quadratic Eq uatio ns, together with Proportion, Pt·ogressio ns , and the Binomia l Theorem . Pl ane Geometry. E 'G L!SH.

Each Candidate will he required to write a short English Compo ition, correct in spelling, punctu ation, grammar, di,·ision by paragraphs. and exp res sion, upon a suhjecl to be announced al the time of the examination. Each cand id ate will also be requi red to cri ti cize pecimens of English composition. The work s from wh ich the sub ject of the composition w ill be chosen in the following years are: 1 5- Shakespeare' J)facbdli and illcrclzan.t o.f Venice; the fir,t two hooks of Milt on 's l'aratliu l-ost; I rvmg's Skt'lch -Book; George Eliot's Silas ,)farner; Dickens's Tale o.f Tum Cities; Emerson's Essay on Eloquence in Soril'ly and Solitude. 1 6. . 'hake pearc's Julius Duar and i!Iacbdlt; the first two books of 1\l ilton '. Paradise l-ost; Dickens's Tale o.f Two Cities: Scott's Abbot .- Pope's Rapr o.f flu Lock; J. R. Lowell's Vision of Sir Launfal; GoJd,mith's S/u Stoops to Conquer. 1 87. Sha ke peare's /Vinter' s Tale and Cymbelitte; George Eliot's Romola; Coleridge's .rlncieut Jlfarine1· and Cltristabd; Longfellow's Evangeline. In stead of the text boo k mentioned abo ve, any others , if fully equivalent, will he accepl<!rl .

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'ince the Ia t publiration of the Ivv the Corporation and Faculty have so reorganized the scheme of ,tudies that the College now offers four Course· of In truction, as follows: I.

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ARTS.

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D SCrENCE.

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These Courses extend over four years with the exception of the Course in cience, which begins with the

ophomore year.

Students completing the Course in Arts will receive the degree of Bachdor of Arts.

Student

completing the Course in Letters and

Cour c in Science, will receive the degree of Bachelor of

'cience, or the cience.

The Corporation has under consideration the degree which shall be granted to those students completmg the Course in Letters. Special student arc also received, who are allowed to pursue their stutl1e;, without reference to any

degr~e.

One-fourth of the work in the last two years of the Course in Arts i, in elective studie ; in the other courses the ratio of elective to prescribed work i• different in different term·.


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IN THE ORDER OF THEIR ESTABLISHMENT.


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'86 IIENRV READL G IIEYpECKER. N l.ILTENTliAL.

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LEO ' ARD EDWARD \'.'E LC!I, jR. I•" REDERICK H UBBARD \\' OLCOT 1".

"87 CITARLE . WILLIAM BO\Vt.IAN . H ORATIO NELSON, WILLI A~I

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ROBERT EDWARD LEE RODGERS. JOSEPH WELL! , GTO SHANNO.\' . LEWIS HIRAM . TONE.

'88 JOII THOMA. CARP ENTER, ]u . ALO ZO McCO IHE . ERNEST de FREi\!ERY M!EL. FRA CIS C llETWOOD WAI ALBERT E:'-!PIE WRIGHT.

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Abbott, C. \V., 49 Abbott, J. !'., 49 Adams, G. Z .. 39 *Adams, J. R., 49 lien, E. T., 41 Andrews, . M ., .J *Anitaki, J., 37 Ashe, J. B., 30 *Backus, C. A., 52 Bacon, J. \V., 46 Bakewell, J., 59 Barbour, J. I I., 7' Barclay, R., o Bartkt, I I. P., 72 *Bayard, \V. I !., 41 *Bayley, J. R., 35 B~ach, E. S., 3 lkach, G. W., o lkldc.:n, :-< . l\1., 4 *Benton, .\1. f., · Bond, J ., 40 *Bondurant. \\'. E., 63 "Brainerd,~. L., -13 Brander, I I. 1\ l . . 45 *Brandt, L., 49 Brewer, \ V. L., 3 Brinley. E. I I. , 49 Brinley , P., 47 Brocklesby, A. , 7' Brockle by, J. II., 65 Brocklesby, W. .. 69 *Brownell, T . ., 35 *Buchanan, J., 53 Bull, \\' . :VI., 39 *Butler, .\I. 1 . , 44 Caldwell, C. E., 2 *Campbell, C. I., 30 Carpe n ter, J. ., 79 Carpenter. l{. H.., ·r

Chapin, D. D., 56 Chapin, \V. ~l.. 74 Chapman, C. R., 47 Clapp, F .. 5.5 Clark, A. Ill., 77 Clark, E. S., 65 Clarke, R. i\1 .. -15 Clement, P. \V ., 6 Cogge hall, G. A., 6s Cogswell, \V. S., 61 *Com lock, J. C .. 38 Conyngham, ·. J\1., 59 Cossit , P. S .. 45 *Cowling. R. 0., 61 * urtis, \V. E., 43 Dave , G. , 57 DaYies, \V. G., 6o *DcForrc l, G. A., 55 *DeLancy, T. J., 40 DeLano, F. R., 65 Deming, \V. • .. 4 DeZcng. E., 40 *Dick, J. M., 54 Dirickson, L. L., .p *Dorsey, W. IT. I., 36 Downes, L. T., 48 Driggs, T. I., 4 "Dyer, A., 70 Erwin, J. B., 76 Erwin, R . G., 74 *Faxon, E., 47 *Ferrill, W. C., 7 Foote, I., 42 *Franklin, E. C., 54 *Cadst!en, '. E., ·u *Gadsden, J. A., 50 Gallaudet, B. B., u (;al!audet, T., 42 *l;ardner, II. C., 1>5


Cowen, F. 2 *Gordon, 0. K., 5 (:raves, ' . E., 5" (.;raves, G., 49 <:my, J. \V ., 72 * Hale, C. F., 47 I !ale, C. S., 62 * llalsey, A., 37 * H amilton, ll. ., 51 !Iarclee, C. H. , 1 * Ilarn,, T. L., .p H ascll, B. D., 49 fTa sell , L. C., so IIawl ey, F. M., 6r *Ilat.lehurst, G. I I , 42 Hazlehurst, J. W ., s r H azlehurst, R. , 41 *Henry, J. F., 34 llewletl , S. IT. , 74 * lleyward, J. F., 4 IT oadly. . J ., 51 Jl olil.ter, J. B.. 4 * H opso n, E. C., 6-t Hopson, C. B., 57 !lorton, 1'. A., 68 Hotchkiss, C. E., 82 H ovey, H . E., 66 *Ingalls, T., 52 J ackso n, R. E., 45 *Jarvis, J. S., 57 *J ohn <;on, E. P., 65 Johnson, \V . F., 66 *J one·, C. H ., 35 *Kellogg, II. !.., 36 *Ker, J., 43 King. II. W .,'36 *Lambe rt, D.," 36 Lansing. C. A., 66 Lea ken, W . R., o * LeRoy, A. :-._., 42 Lei oy, ] .. 69 LeR oy, T. 0., 42 Mack, J. E., 71 Mallory, G . S .. 5 *i\lallory. W. II., 6o Marhle, F. 1'., 2 ;\larshall, J., 42

~Jason, ,\, T., 1 *Matthew,on, J., 46 *\lclntosh, J. II., 53 McKennan, J.D., 76 *Meech, II . J., 42 Millard , A. B., 36 *Mille r,~ .• 47 ;\loffctt, G. II .. 7 :'lloore, C. E., 76 :11oore, D. . , 64 \!organ, G. B., 70 ~f organ, W. D., 72 :\!organ, \V . F .. 35 ~f orrill, C. A., 67 *Mowry, D. S .. 67 Nelson, \V. B., r ~icholls, G. 11., 3<) *.\fichols, R. W. , 33 Olm~tecl, J. F., -1 Overfield , J. L. , 55 Pardee, 1>. W., 40 Park, S. H., 2 Paine, R. T., 32 *Payne, J. W .. 6 1 *Peake, . F .. 42 Peck, T. M ., o Peck, \\". E., 71 *Perk in , L. II., 3-1 Peters, G. E ., so Phelps. ] . S., 32 Proctor, C. H ., 73 Quick, J. II. S., 5 Ri chard so n, L. W ., 73 Richard. on, R. D., 71 R1pley, 1'., 47 Robertson, J. A., 54 Rogers, R. C., 45 Rowland, E., 57 Sargeant, G. D., 51 Sawyer, J. L., so . colt, E. G., 57 Scudder, C. D., 75 . cudde~ E. ~!., 77 Scudder, IT. J., 46 * ·cudder, T., 54 . cdgwick, \\" . R., ' -1 :herman, II. B., 3


*Tracy, J. R ., 39 *T udor, H. B., 50 Turn e r, J. H. , 3 Va nZandt, C. C., 51 * VanZandt , \V ., 2q Varl ey, C. D. , JJ W ain" right, \ V. A . 1\1., 6.j W a it. J. T. , 3 5 * W a rren , E. T.. 'u \Van·e n, J. ~I. , 32 '~ W arren , \\'. II., 3-l * Waring, • . .\1 ., 36 W a> hb urn , 1.. C., W ay, J. A . , 37 * W ebb, E. ., 75 We bb, \\' . E., .JO W ebb, \\ . \\' .. 2 \\"h ite, J. G. , 5-l Wh ite, R. A ., 1 W iggm, A. H. , 6 * W olcott, . G .. -1 7 * W ood, II. S. , 7t W oodbury, T. C., 71 Woodworth, F. A., 0 Woodward, G. A ., 55

Sherman, IT. ~I ' /1 *'hcrwood , \\'. 13 ., Jb ."hipman, 1'. W . , 2 :1hort, \\" . B., 67 ingletary, G. E. B., .J'l Sk inn er. W . ·. , 76 ·mall, E. F., 7-l •:•smith , . !J., 36 ' mith, J. H., 7-l * myth, J. \\"., 52 Starr, J., 56 *· tarr, S., 29 :1 te<lman , R. S., 63 Stirling-. W. II. , .J-l Stone , J. A. , 4-l Stoughton, l\. l"., 3 ·~Stun n er . A. E., 6 1 Sutton, E. B., 7(l *T aylor, F. L .. -13 Taylor, \V . F ., 4~ *Terry, . E., 51 *Thomas, G . H., .jl Thompson, H . \V., :->~ Todd, C. J. , 55 Towles, W . A., 4b Tracey, \V. D., 42

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'85 SIDNE\' TROWBRIDGE MIL LER, ROBERT THOR E.

'86 GEORGE EMERSON BEERS.

'8 7 CHARLES MILLER BECKW ITH. PREDERICK EVEREST H AIGHT, STRATHEARN HENDRIE, HENRY !{UMFORD THOMPS01 路 . GEORGE SAFFORD WATERS.

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GRADUATE

·• -UuBois, li. . , 76 Edson, S., 55 Edward.;, A. l , 76 Elbert, \V. N., 79 Elwell, G . E., 70 Fisher, T. R., 62 Fordney, T. P., 62 Fuller, J . R., 70 *Fuller, S. G., 5 Fuller, S. R., 70 c;ardner, C. H., 70 Gib. on, B. S.. 69 *Gia1.ier, T. C., 6o Goodspeed, J. II ., 66 *Good wrn, G. 1-1., 62 Graham, . M., 59 Granni, F. 0., 73 I fall, F . DeP., 7 I lallett, W. T., 62 Harding, N., 73 llarrad en. F. S .. 67 I farris, W. R., 58 !I an-horne, E. M., 56 lla zlc hurst, G. A., 79 !Iend crson, E. F. 2 lfit chings, ll. R., 54 H o ffm a n , C. F., 51 I I olhrooke, G. . . 69 llolbrookc. S., 67 llotchkin, . F., 56 I loward, G. H , 72 J lull , A. S., 66 In gersoll, G. P., 3 Jardin e, II. D., 6 Jenning, A. R., 6 1 Kane, G., 75 K e rr, E. L .. 55 Krdd er, E. ll. , 63 *Kirhy, J. \\'., 65 Knoblock. A. F., 55 *Lamson, \V. , -o L a wrence, C. V., s6 *Leacock, J. ll., 5 *Lew is, E. B., 65 Lewi~. J. I., (l2 Lewis. ·. S., 6 1 *Lewi., T. ·., ii Lewi, W . II., 65 Lrncoln, F. T., 76 Lincoln. G . W., 75

Allyn, A. W ., 61 .\ ppleton, C. A., 2 Appleton, E. D., o ppleton, I I. C ., :; Atkinson, ] . G., 6-.t Barnwell, k. \V., 72 Barnwell,.·. E., 7'2 Barton, . C., 69 Bibb, W . A., 75 B!a..:kwell, J ., Jr., 66 Bli , G. H., 64 Bohlen, D. i\l., 82 Bowen, A., 63 Brainerd, J. B., 2 Brandegee, J. E., 74 * Brandegee, L. C., 77 Breckenridge, A. E., 70 *Rree e, H. L., 57 Brigham, II. H., 76 Bruwn, T . M., 64 Buckrngham. W. B., b<) Burr, W. H., 7 Butler, W., 5 Cady, J. C., 6o Caner, C. L., 54 *Cenas, B. C., 56 Chapin, F. W., 79 Chapin, \V. V., 7 Chapman, T. B., o heever, J.D., 81 Clark, J. \V. , 63 Clemson, T. G., 56 'Jifford, . \V., Jr., 6 Clyde, W . P , 62 Coleman, R. II.. i7 Cookson, F. M., 6r *Coxe, J. 1 .• 55 Crane, I{. ~I., 55 Curtis, F. R., o Curtis, G. l\1 . , d) Curtrs, R. II .. 6 'uni, \\'.E ., 75 *Darrell, A. S., 59 *Dayton, W. H., -6 Deal, J. \ .. 72 DeForest, J. G., 2 *DeRo~sett, -\. L., 62 *DcRo ell . E. S, 64 IJevendorf. G. . , 55 DuBois, G. i\1., 74

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Mackay, W. R., 67 ~I artindale, H .. . , 79 ~ l cCiory .

*Shreve. W. I., 53 Smallwood, . ·. B .. 63 *.'mith, J I. S .. 62 Smi th. I..'., 64 Smith, R. II., 69 Smith,\\' . G.\\' ., 7' Stark, B. , Jr., 79 Stark, \\' . .\f. , 75 Stedmn.n. T . \\' ., 7-1 *Steele, II. D., 51 *Stevens. S., 65 * ' tillwell, R. M., 70 S trong. C. 1\f., 6-1 .'t rong , J. R., 8z· .·· umner, ' . r\.' s6 Swenson , E. P., 75 Swenson, S. A .. 81 Thompson, . . .• 72 Thorne:,;:-/. D .. 7' Totten, . A. L., 69 Trowbridge , S . B. P., 83 *Turner, W. J 1. , 64 Underhill , G. B., 73 Van Zlle, E. S., 84 Vibbert, 11. •.. 6 Vibbert, \\' . J J., 5 Wan zer, . , 66 Waterman, L .. 71 *Wat on . \\1. ., 63 Watts. E. B., 73 \\' hi-tler. \V. G. :--1 c:\ ., 57 Whi t<: , F. \\' .. 78 \\'d cox, F . L., So Wilcox, F. P .. So \\' ildman, T. G., 57 William, .. 7 1 Williams, C. G. , o Wilmerding, ll .. 1 Winkley,R. L.. 79 Woodin, W. R., 5 \\' oodrufT, E. II., 2 Wright, G. E., 7-1 \ ' oung. A. \L . Sz

H .. 51

.\lcCollough, D. II .. 73 ;l!cCouch, Jl. G . , 75 :--lcLcan. T., 75 ~!iller, II., So !\ Iiller, P. ·., 6-1 *~ li ne s ,

F. S. , 64

Mines, J. F., 54 !organ. B. T., 6t Mor c, J. F., 66 i\lurray, A. S., Jr., 7 1 ?vlurray, F. \ •\ '., Vale . 77 ;vr urray, R., 73 i'Jclson, R. II., So Nichols, G. G., 67 * orris, E. C., 6r orris. H., 63 Nonon. F. L., 68 Toll , R. II., 71 Owe n , J•'. W., 85 Padgett. P., 76 *Palme r , ·. C., 51 Par; ons. 1-I., 83 Parson s, J. R ., Jr., 81 Pau ison, G. B., r Paxson, H. ·.. 51 Pearce , J.. ·., 62 Peck. D. L ., 62 Perkins, G. E., 8r *Pierce, ll. lJ., 58 Pin ckn ey. F. . , 62 Platt, Chas., Jr .. 75 Platt, Clayton, 74 Platt, W. A. , 75 Read, H . P., 84 Roosevelt. F .. 83 Ru~. ell. F. G .. So Rus. ell, H., 84 Rutherford, li. V., 76 Scott , II. H., 78 Sheldon. W. C .. 82

* D ECR.\ SRD .

.\ .1


PHI

KAPPA

# E .r

.l -1

CHAPTER


'85 f'v\'lLLIA;\1 llENRY BOARD:IIA~. A RClllBALD COD:V!A:\, *GEORGE FREDERICK IJ UMPHREY.

'86 LEWIS CAl\lERO:t\, JAME. GOOD\VI?\, EDWARD BUCK!?\ ,TL\?.1 lJATCII, J Oil?\ :IIcCL RG I! AYS.

'87 OCTAVIUS APPLEGATE. JR., \VILLJAl\I WYATT BARBEl{, GEORGE CALVERT CARTER , ALBERT Cll UR Jl JlA:IILl:\.

'88 IJE?\'RY B,\R:\AlU) BRO\\':\ELL, \\'lLLIA:Il BRO\\' XELL c;OOD\\' I~. RJ 'I!A J{[) :IIELA?\CTJJO:\ IIURD. \\'li.LfA:II FE.'TUS .\IORGA~. JR .. \\'JLLIA:II TIJRO 'K:IIORTO;\ PUT A:ll. \\' fLLL\M JOll:\ SliEAFF STE\\'ART. :llALCOL\l CLARK \\' ,\ R?\ER. * DF.CEAS RO. 1 LFFT

C O LI . I~ (i.E.


GRAD U ATE

MEMBER S

CHAPTER

OF

ALPHA

DELTA

KAPPA PH!

n.

's';. s;.· I ·

110 \ R II \1 >\ ' , \\ . J . H ll<>O I' H. r. R . , •.

Ill NT!m;TON, R. \\' I, Hl' NTI :-IG I' ON. H , HllSKE . .J., n INGERSOLl . ·. \1 .. l• · 1 \' Es, \ . 11.. 56. 1,\('0ilS, E. l .. ' '· J \ \II .S, l' .. 62. _1 ,\ R\ Is. IC \\'. II., 4 8. .1 J-:\1 FTT, 1'. \ . ·; 7 1-.E:'\:\FilV, F, f>8.

J.P., ;,.

BRi\1'\ARII. E IV .. 4 . BR.\1:\'.\RD. ) .. ; t . BR .\ IN .\ Rll , J. \I.. 8 1 HRY AN.\\'., 75· BRYAN f'. P. .. 70. • BULK I LIC\'. C . F. .. ;b . BU'<TON,]. 1:.. 72· BUXTO:\. J. C., 7'· CA\IERO:'\,J. f. H.," J· CAPRO'\, A .. 15· CARTER, B. ~I .. 82. CAR'H: R, . H .. So. ARI'I-.R . .f. R .. S1 . l'H \SF:, 1'.. s•· CHESHIRE. 1. B.. o~. l'HIP~IAN. G. C., 45 · • CHIP lAN.G.S .. 78 CRY, I'IE, T . \1. 1. .. <> CHURCH. S. P.. .p . CLARK , \. F .. 75· COE. G.] ., 74· ·orr. c. 11 .. s2. COl\'KLIN. H . H .. 3. COOKE. G. L., 7o. COOK E. 0. D .. 11 COWL, ill. L .. S; . CR \ E. l ., 4~ · CROSBY, D. Li .. 5' CUKT!S . H. C., St. IJRANE. H. ilL, 5•· ELLIOTT. J. H .. - . FISHER. R .. ;6. nAGG, E 0 .. 4S. FL.\GG. ]. B.. 46. FLO\\'ER, .. 45· FOOTE. l. E.. 76. FREELA D, C. W. 01. l;~~ER,

PHI

110\\lll . <•. 2 II HBELL, I II . s•·. flU TER. l' .. · IIU:\'TIN(;'('O;\, (; S. ~ .. Hl' NTINGT<J'! , II K. o•. Ill: ' f'INGI'O ' IT - ' HU Tl NGTo:\': 'j . 11·' .

\NIJRE\\'S, R , , . A R\IS'l RO:'\G, II M . ,S II \RTO. R. \ . 82 . llFI.LI:-!GER. I· B. 7' · 111'\BY. R. I· . 1 BI.Al K\IF.R. \\'.C .. •o. ll()W~IA:\ ,

THE

OF

• KIRTI .\'\Il. l. 7o ' K:\1-:1•: 1 \:\ll. ·(; .. ~o. K l ' R I' Z. l. \1., 8 ·. f.. R I'Z, J. F .. i7 I F \\ 1-: R, l I. K .. ,q. i\'\1 \:\, \. J .. 7 \1 \lliHlX. 11·. I' . ;o. \1 \1.1.1·; I'T. \\. 1' ... \lllllli.I·. I:R<HlK. 1.. \., 18. \lOCK. I. ( . 78. \IORSS, I. R., 17· \F\1' l'<l\, E . 1' .. S 1. '\ORTil:\,1,. II. 7 01.\ISTJ-: \ ll, II, 1 . 1',\ I \1 ER. '\., 4 ,. 1'1<:.\llOI>\, F. fl .. 4S. PERRY 1 /.B . . 72. 1'1-:RR\ \I\\, E.< •. , "· I'ETFib, \1 C .. " S. . PITTS. C. H., 6;. PLlJ \IFR, I. \1., 74 I'ORTFR 'I' \ 1>

,o.

1'0'1" 1<_ F. 1i .. i;i/ . I'IH SCOT' I. ll. "- .. 44 I'IHS 1'0\, .J . \ .. 55· I'V:\THO'\. T. R ...p. RICH \RilSO:'>.. F.\\ .. S, . s \ RT\Vl I I I·. \1. D .. 7' · Sl. " l' ARF. ( . <;. 47· S\IY Ill. J. ll .. 71S '\0\1'. \ II., 7'1· NYilFR. 1... 72. Sl'l\1:-.ll\,1 1: .. 4 . SI'E\1\RT,< •. 1 .. 78. sTO :\' F, \1 .. So. STO '\ F, s., So. ' TOR\1, l' .. .l9· U I 1.1\' .\:\. 1'. R .. b6. IIIUR\1 \:\. \ \1 .. l•7.

G. / .. 4' ·

G!D10RF.:'. A . P., 14· *GOO OW\':\', W. S., 38. <;OR00:--1. T. H., 7'· GR!\ HA~l, H. C ., t t. GRAHA~l. ] .. 72. GRISWOLD, !3. H .. <;6, H ,\GAR, W. C .. ' 9· H \LL, G. R., 4 2. H.\RDI G. A .. ; q. H.\ YS. \\'. W., sS

I' R \C\. I·., ' '·

\\ .\ ll!-o\\'rlR I II. I. 1· .. 44 \1 \R'\1· R, \ . 1.. 12 . \1' \R\I· R. ll. '1' .. 7>. \1 \ l'Sil:\ , s . \ .. S2.

II \Zl EHU R. T. G. B, 7i· *HEATH.]. F .. 3S. l!E:-ISH \\\',C. H .. 3· HIE TER, I. 76. HILL , G . ill., 47· H!LL.j.D .. 7R HILL . G. H .. S4 HOLCO~I B. ll. T .. ; o HOLLEY, W. \\' .. '" HOOFI. J. L .. • "· HOOKER. , . ll., 7"· HOOPER, G G., 6•

\\'H \1 I Y. P. fl., n \\Ill \TO\. l .. 4Q

\\'!IITI 0( f... 11. R .. 7·•· \1 II I I \ \1 . • I . \\' .. 51 \\'Ill I\ \Is. I II .. 54 \\tl<~llln; H, F. ll., S;. \\II,H.\ .. 4 '· •

I'll

'J t


FRATRES IN URBE

--·+--WILLIAM A. BARTLETT, Dartmouth, 2 . JOl-IN BARSTOW, Dartmouth, 83. r\. B. BASSETT, ~'i lliams. 8 r. REV. PROF. JSBO':'\ T. BI~CK\VTTll, 1'11. l>., Yak, 68. lloN. EDWARD H. HE:'\'\ETT, Yale, 6o. WILLIAM J. BETTS, \'ale, 70. PER Y S. J3 R \' A~T. Phi Kapp;t, 7<J. C UARLES H . BU?\ E, \'ale, 6o. l~EORGE F. CAJ>V, ~I iddletown, 6<;. lloN. DAVIJ) S. ' ALlJOUl\, Yak, ~S . I?JC\:\1 .1\: \V. CJJE.'\E\', Hrunonian, 51· t;.EOl{G E ll. ]),\ Y, ;encva, 73· ROBEJ{T E. DAY, Yale, 52. A. S. FIS 1(, Amherst, 8 ~. llORA 'E S. l<'U LLI~ R. \!.})., .\mher>t , 5. \VILLlAi\l CARDl:'\ER, Amh cN, b..j. I.O: L\VOOD S. CERARJJ, \li<ld !t:town, 77· ARTHUR L GTLLETTI ~ , .\ mher>l, So. !<REDER! K \\'. GREL·: ''l::, .\mh crst, oz. CUAlZLES E. (;ROSS, \'ale, 69. PANETT : vi. !JASTI!\'t;s, .\J.U., ll amilto11, 3\1· FREDERICK VA" H. Tl UDSON, Dartmouth, C~tJ. REI' . JOII.\1' T. U U::\T J:\'GTO .\. Phi l< opJ'a, so. JOLIN W. HUNTJ:\CTO:'\, Phi Kappa, 83. ALVI::"\' P. IJ\' DE, Yale, ~5Rl C JJAJ{D \\'. Ll. JARVIS, Phi Kappa, /Oil . C. KIN r E\' , \'ale, 6r. C llARLES S. LA'\E, Amherst, So. C llARU~ S S. :\IILLS, .\mherst, 2. LEONARD .\IORSE . . \.mhcrst, 71. J{E I'. TIIOMAS S. ]' ' J \\'1~. 'lai c . sr . Rc:\'. TIIO~lr\S R. P\''\CIIOX, ll . ll ., l . l .. ll. , l'h i 1-: appa, -11 . J RED REID, JR., \'ale, 46. l'Ev. A. JUOSO ,\' SAG!<: , 1).] )., Roch~st e r, (HJ. RE v. STORRS 0. SEY~JO R. \ 'a le . 57 lJo:-; . .:\ , \TJL\~IEL : JIII'\1.\:'\, \'ale, -1 ' . liON. GEORGE (;. SILL, \ ' ale, 52 . REV. WII.DER S:\11'1'11 , \'ale, 57. ALI'HEL.:S J I. S:\0\\', Phi K.appa. 79· R1·:1·. SA~! U E L " . ST II.I~ S. ~[iddktown, o. S.\MUI<: L B. ST . jOJJi\, \1.1)., \'ale, 66. MELA.t\ CT IIO:\ STORRS. ~f.J). , Yale, 52. \VI LLJA.\1 E. :-.TRO · c;. D artmouth, 2. I fEN RY E. T ,\J \'TOR. \ 'ale, 65. WTLLTSTO 1 \\' ,\LI( I•: R, .\mhersl, , J. C. F. \\'EEDE:\ , . \mher~t. ~ · RKI'. T'EJ{ CY II. wr-I,\LEY. Phi K.a ppa, 7-1FR.I\::"\'K 0. WOODR UFF, Phi Kappa, 83.

3i


FRATERNITY

4

Jt!

OF

~ 2J , ~)}')})~ ~J1)5ic~ Uo ALPHA CHI CHAPTER

\


ACTIVE MEMBERS OF ALPHA CHI

'85 :-.IAT I{AN FOLLT

T

DAUCflV,

llTRA:'If BEYJ A)1IY LOOMIS, SA:'.flJ IC: I. S:vTTTTl :.HTCTlELL.

'86 I'A

II

E~

L JIERBERT l3lRD SAT. L , RY AI DTSO'\ CRAFF.

'87 . \LI~ XA'\ DI ~ J {

I TOPKJYS !\:\DERSO" .

.\lART\':\ KERF )()T

<"IIARU:s EI'IIRAI:.I

'OSTEH, DELJI~ L .

1' 1)\ \' ARIJ BO\\'M.AN LEAl:,

CI IARL ES TI I U:.TAS WATERS.

'88 GEORL:E l::iR EL BR0 \": 1 , ROGER CIIARLES EAST;..IA:\', WILLlA;'It STDli'SO:'\ ll UBBAR I J, ED\\'1:'\ CO:'Il 'TOCK jOJINSO:\', zd,

ALBERT lUlETT STUART, JR., WILLIAM CLARKSO~ STUART.

39


-

GRADUATE MEMBERS OF THE ALPHA CHI CHAPTER

ll.\RROWS, JOHN CHESTER, Bo. IL\ RR0 \1'., \I' ILLIA~I ST .\:'<LE\' , 84 . BID \I' El, L, L.\\\ ' ' 0:'< BRE \I"E R, So. BI DWELL, \\'ALTER 1),\VIOSO:-o, 8• IlL.\

K, 11.\R RY CA~IPBELL , Bo.

BRE\I'ER, SEABURY I>OA:'<E, 82. BUR I"ON , RICII .\R D E GJ:::\ 1·:, 83 . H,\ P~l.\

, Tl!O~IA.' BIO:-.', 8; .

OOK, CHARLES

~liTH.

81.

CO \I'L F.S , ARTHUR \1' ODRUI·'F, 81. FLE ~ll :\ ,, DAV ID LAW, So.

*GOODR ICH, \I' I LL I:\ ~I SLOO, 82. c;R !l'\ T , ALFRED POOL!>: , 81. H ."IILTO:\, CHARLES .\ :\ D ERSO:-.'. 82. H OLDE:-.'. SE A\' ER )IILTON. 82. Ll:-.'SLE\' , AR l"l!UR BEAC H . 82 . LOVER!LlGE. H E:-.'R\' REI:\' E~I.\ :-.',

LAREJ\CE, So.

,\ JJOLPH \\' I LLIA~I, 81.

REI:-I IDI.\ :-.', ROBERT TIIEOI O IH:, 83. RODGERS, \I'ELLI:-.'GTON

_1 . \~I ES, So.

\\ .\LK ER, \\ l l. I.!A\1 DUNDAS, 82. \\'H FFI.ER. FRANC IS \IELVILLE, 83. \I'Rit;H'I. AR I H UR H 1·. :-.' R Y, 83.


fRATRES IN ORBE WILLTAt-1 T. RA '0):, ~l.ll .. \'ale, 6.

C. A. HARBO

R, Brown,

B.

' AMU I ~ L A.

BARRJ •: T, llarlmouth, 3· REv. NATUA):rJ~J. J. B RTO~. U.U., \\'cslcyan . lioN. Wli.LL\:\1 <'. C.\SI~, \"ale, 57. CTIARLES II. CLAKK, \"ale, it. SA:\fUEL B. COlT, Lafayette, (,_ ATWOOD 'O LLI\'S, \'~lc, 73· FRA::--fK R. COOLJ<:\·, \'nle, Bu. ARTHUR W. CO\\'I.ES. Tlinity, 1. GEORC:t: I I. C ~1:'111:\'CS. ,\mher ;,L, o. FREDERI ')( W. llA\' JS, \ 'a le, 77· Tll ~1 AS .\. lM Y. \ 'ale . 6. 1;:. I I ART FE;-\:-\, \ale. 79· lioN. liARRfSO~ H. FREE!\li\i\, Vale, Cui.. JA 'O H L. CREJ•:.:\1~. Uni\'crsiLy of .\ 1ichigan, u1. CIIARJ.ES A. JJ ,\:\JIJ.TO:'\. Trinity, 82. I>A:'\IEL R. lJOWE, Vale, 74. FRA. K E. Il\'DE, Vale, 79· \\'ILLIA!Il \\'. ll\' llE. \ ' ale, 7&. 1'. llEl\'R\' 1.;\C .\LI.S, Bowdnin . 77 . IIEJ\'R\' KTNC:\!AN, 'olby, 84. C:EOJ.l(; ! ~ 11 . LEE, Williams, 79· \V!LLI.\:\1 L. :\L\TSO):, Ll.. B., \'ale, (>2. 0. \\'. \f I ~ A.;\:-), JJowdoin. ..J. CHARI.l~S .· . .;\,\Sll, Amhcrot, 77.

u2.

' JIARU:s II. 0\\'E:'\', Lr .. 11., Yale. 6o. i{I·:v. ED\\T\' P. I'ARKEl{. Bowdoin, 56. lin:-:. \\' lLBERT \\' . PERR \', \'ale, 71. 'A:\1 EL 0. PREl\'HCE . \ 'al e, 73. LU 'IUS C. RYCE, \'nit:, 6.

J. SlfE!'ll,\Hll, \'ale, 73EUGE\' J·: L. .':\I\'TJ f. Brow n, o. PIERRE S. ST,\RR, ,\J.D., \ 'a le, 6o. ' LJ .:-<TO'\ F. STI~J'ffE)-S, R. P. 1., 68. jOII:\' :\1. 'L\\'LOR. William, 67. JOI L'\ D. TU Kt:R, \'ale, 6r. ' JIAJ{J.ES L. \\'.\ \', \ 'ale. Ss. \' ):(; \\T\'G, \'ale 54· FREDERICK

..jl


BETA

BETA

CHAPTER


'84 FRANK ELISIJA JOHNSON.

'85 ]Oil:\ ROBERT CUN IXGIIA •! , SA~LUEL JIERBERT GTES\', FREDEl{JCK lJA:\ FORTH LOBDELL, \VJ LLTt\.\1 lJl::XIS0:--1 .\l c RACKA:\ , ALBERT DEI.AF!ELl> . ' EEL\'.

'86 LARE:"\' E GRTFF I'l" C llll . D, EIJ\\' ARD 'U LLEX ::\ILES.

87 \VlLLlr\:\l A(;UJ BEARDSLEY, LLO\'D SALT S, ' ll ARLES lll:::\IR\' TIBBITS. A.\!BR . E lVES UPS0:--1. FRAN ' I llA:\'K.' \\'ILITCO.\lE.

'88 GO I FREY .\lALBO:\E BRIJ\'LE\', JOliN \\'Il.LTA:\1 RO\' RAWFORD, LOUIS \\'ELTON DOWNES, \\'II.Ll.\.\1 :\ORTIJE\' J OXE.' , LE\\'IS IJE:\RY J'ADDO K.

43


URBE

FRATRES I

..... j ,\ \IE" P. A:\DREW~. !let~. 77

Rn. F.. C. BISSELL. D.D .. Gamma. 55· H. ,\. llRILl(;\1 .\:-- , Camma, 84. li o N. JOII :-> R.

' L.\RE\

no:--

nuc (.;:,

i, 62 .

C. lll'L(...LE\, Beta !\eta,.,.

\ LFREil B. BULL, Beta !leta, SQ· 1·:. H . ll \'IN GTO:\ . (.~mma . 8.;. 1·: . B. CO:\l; O O

,

Zet~,

So.

(; , P!ERI'ONT ll .\V I S. lleta, 6t>. JOHN C. 0\ \', l!eta , 57· \\'ll.Ll \\1 ll . I >U~ IN l;, \l.ll., Beta . 6: . . HAS. E. FFLLO\\FS,Ileta, ; 6. RFv. PR OF. H E ll o ~.

R\' FEl·t <;usn

, !le ta l:eu. ,,8 .

(; F:O R(; 1·: !'. <; II. \1 \ '\. !leta Be ta. 47·

H o, . WILl.! \\1 HA~I FR!'LFY. !leta llot,t, '·

Rt<'. PRO>. S.\ \1 U EL H.\ R 1'. !leta !leta. ". G. F. H A\\ Ll·. \ ' , ~I. 0., Beta, 66.

H o,, jOSEPif R. lL\\\' L F\, LL.I> .. l',i. 47

\RTHUR :--". H OLL I ..;TER , Beta. ;8.

P"oF. C. F. JOII

S ON, lieta, 55·

REL WILLl.\~1 S. l(r\RR. D. D., l;amm a, 5'·

C. B.

LATI~IER ,

G amma. 81.

:. C. ?I I ETZGER, Beta , So. R~'- WILLI \\1 F. NICIIOLS, Be ta Beta , 70.

HE);R\' K. OL\ISTED, \1.0 ., lleta n eu.

4 1>.

ll o ,. C H ,\RLES \1. POC>IIJ . !le ta Beta, -8. HF);R\' ROBERTS, lleta. 77ll o,, HE); R\' C. ROB I l;E OR l;E II. SE \ ' \IS,

·:o);,

llet~

Beta. 53

Beta. 72.

H o,. JOSEPH II. SPR ,\ l;UE, Al pha.

LE\\' 1!' E. ST \ :--" 1'0);, Beta, 55·

RE\. C HARLES E . sTO \\' E. ,\lpha, 75· JA~IES

U. TA l .':TOR. lleta, 66 .

\\' . J. TATEU::-1, X i, 84. H o,.

J.

H .\\DIOC>ID TRU\lBULL, Ll..ll .. l!eta. 42.

Rn. jOSEPH H. TWICHELL, lleta, 59· C H.\ RLE

r.

DUDLEY \\"AR:\ER. Psi.

G . WE B. TER, Zeta, 83.

EDGAR T. \\'ELI.Es. Aeta, 6.; .

44

;r

\


MEMBERS AND MEMBERS ELECT OF BETA BETA CHAPTER ! I ncluding clcccnscd members of the order of lkta marked with a st~r.

J

* llaytou,

*.\ lcxauder, I I. W., 57 Hac.:kus, B. E., 70 llailey, J\1. I'., 79 Ba ldwin, L . fl., 6o llarhour, 1 1. \1., 70 Ht•rwpil!i,•r, .·I. I. , sfl lkckwith, J. \\.,52 Benedict, S., -17 llenjamin, \\' . II., 57 Ileus, ]. II.. 4-1 Birc khead, W. 1 1., 6r

.II. H.• (>3 *Dewey, D. l' .. 6-t Dicker>on. E. 1\ .. I r., 7-l f>ockray. E. L., 3. Dougla.<, (;, \\'., ;t llougla s, :\1., -t6 l>rayton, \\' .. 71 llrumm, T. [., 7-l *Du Boi . . J.·c., 53 * !~ aston. G. l ~dmumb, C.

lloyl stun . <·. \ \ ' ., 78 llredin, \\'. S., So llrcvoort, 1 ~. R . . 6 llrc"h 1t!J", f l.

J ..

· .. 51

·., [ r. 77 f<: lmer, \ \'. T., Sr. *E ly, J. F., 64 Emery, R., 5-l l·:mery, \V . S .. r J.;:ve rcst, ·. S., 71 Fergu,on . E. :'IL. 59 f<'erguson, II., 68 *Fergtt>Oil, ) . D ., 5 I *Ferguson, S., 57 Ferguson, \\'., 63 Fiske, G . .\I cC .. 70 l' ogg, T. B.. 52 Fowler, F. 11 .. 61 French, L .. 53 Gallaudet, E . .\I .. 51)

His/top, //.. 61 Blair, \\'. R .. 75 llollts, R. C.. 55 *Bo.twick, H. I', 46 1\c)stwick, W. L., 5l llowditch, J. T., 73 8o<c•ll's, j. fl .. 6o

*Bridg-e,

Bet a who-.~ names arc

L. , 53 47

Hron.I'OII, ,J/.. 52

*Brown, T. \1. , 50 Brown, J. E., 3 Hrundagi!, 1?. B., 7 llunington , J., 75 Buffington, 0 , 79 l!ulkky. C. C. , 75 llulkley. \\'. II., 73 llull, ,\, fl., 59 Burg-win,(;, C., 72 Burr,:" in, J. II. K., 77 llurgwin, ~ \ . P .. 82 Hurl.-.,/:.,\·., 76 <'ady,Il.K .. 55 <'ammau n, I l. \I . 7 1 ('nmpbell, R. \1., 7 Cat p ·nter, C., 2 Carpenter, S. H .. 73 ('ancr, II. S., t\9 ('hasc, IJ. R., 7'h ild, 1·:. N., 5 * lark,(;., 70 I ere, ·. :\1 . . 45 Clerc, F. J ., 43 'ale man, C. S., 2 Collins. [. ll., 74 *Co lt. \\'. U., -14 C<'llon, D./'., 71 Cotton, I I. 1.0:. , 7-l Craik, C. E .. 74 Cro. by, \\ . L., o

(,'ardiner, E. R., ~6

George, J. F .. 77 George, J. Tr .. 72 George, T. ;I[. 1 . , o Gil m a n G. S., 47 Gol d en, II. L. . 3 Goodrich, i\. B .. 52 Goodrich, J. J .. 66 Goodridge, E., 6o

Goodridge, F , 57 ( ;ould, C. Z., 82 *Greene, F. 11., G·reene , G., 83 *Green, V. , 6o

2

Gregory, II. 111., 56 (;wm n , F . \V., 72 flail , S.. 54 ll amersley, \Y ., 58 Harrima n , F . D., -15 ll a rriman , F. \ V., 72 * H art, G. , 70

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fl art, S., 66 l I ayde n ,

. G., 66

f/trmaJ/11, . . , 57

*Hewitt, S. (;., 77 Jlic k ox, G. i\., 51 llicks, G . ·., 56 11 icks. ] . i\l., 54 Hicks , \V. C .. 4 Hitch cock, \\". A., 5-l

Cummins, A. C., 51 Jla, hiell, E. I·. , 46

45


Hitchcock. W. II., 4 Hoff, II., 82 Holway, 0., So IIudson, R., 71 *llugg, G. W., 62 llurd, A. D., 77 llurd. J. D., 74 Hyde, E. J\L, 73 *Isbell, C. M., 63 Jackson, A., 6o Jackson, W. A .. 83 Jarvis, S. F .. 45 *John on, E. E .. 59 fohnson. F. E.. 4 'lohnson, '- n .. 54 ;~John on,.·. \\'.,58 jot1es, . W., Sr Jones. E. P., Jr., 77 *Kelley, J., 44 Kempe , E. .. Sx Kmnett. L. M., 70 Kissam, E. V. B., 69 Kittredge, A. S .. 57 Kloppmburg, H. IV.. 58 IZnickerbacker. D. B., 53 Knunblwar, W. B .. 55 Lanpher, L. A., So Leffingwel l. C.. ·., 54 Lewis, G. F., 77 Lindsley, C. A., 49 -~<Long, W., 43 Loveridge. D. E., so i\lackay- mith, A., 72 *Macli n. R. B. . 58 .?11agill , G. E .. 84 Marshall, M. M., 63 i\•I at her, W. G., 77 ~cConilu, S., s6 .fcCrackan, J. H ., 82 Mcivor, N. \V ., S2 Mears, J. E., 58 Morri . F . , 64 Morris,]. H., 45 ~I owe, \V. R., 70 eely, H. R .. 84 :Nichols, W. F., 70 Kiles, V\7 • W., 57 Oberly, H. H., 65 Olm ted, C. T .. 65 Olmsted, H. K., 46 Paddock, B. H., 4S Paddock, J . A., 45 Paddock, L. ., so Paris, I., Jr., 76 Parker, C. P., 73 Pattison, A. E., So Penfield, Vil. D ., 62 *Pettit, W. F., 46 Phillip . c. \V., 7I *Polk, A. H., 53 Pond, C. M., 5

Potwine, \V. E., 79 Pre ton , T. S., 43 Purdy, E. L., S4 *Purdy , J. ., 49 Raferty, 0 . H ., 73 Rimha1·t, E . J., 76 Roberts, W. J., 75 l~ogers. \V. E., 77 *Rudder, vV., 48 ·carborough, J., 54 exton, T. B., 6o Seymour, C. /I, 52 ' eyms, G. £1 .. 72 Shaw, J.P. ., 71 Sherman, · , so hort, 'v\ . S., 83 Shreve, B. F. ll., 78 mith, C. B., 54 Spencer, V•l. G. , 53 Stanley, G. M. , 68 Stanl ey, J. D . , 77 Stedm an, T . L., 74 *Steele, 0. R., 53 *Sterl tng , J. C., 44 'tocking. C. II. W., 6o Stoddard. E. V., 6o 'todd ard, J., 71 torrs, L. K., 63 lotsenburg, J. II ., so 'rout, J. K., 70 * tudley, \V. H ., so yle, H. W., 67 yle, L. D. , 79 Taylor, E. B., 73 Taylor, J. P., 43 Tibbits. \V. B., 6x T ingley, G. ., 52 *T remain e, C. II . B. , !J6 *Truby, J. M. 79 Tullidge, E. K., 76 Tuttle, R. II., 46 Valentine, \\'. A .. 72 *Van ~·'-ltand, . A., 77 *Vincent, S., 5 \\'akclield, T. B .. 46 Warner, B. ·E .. 76 \\'arrcn, ·. B., 59 \\' ebb, W. R .. 7 \\' eb. ter, L., o \\'eb ter, \V ll.. 6x Welles, H. T., 43 Welles, L. II., 6-1 Whitney, li. E., 74 Willson, C. T., 77 \ViLon, D. B., 79 *Wincl1e ler, S. F., 66 \\-itherspoon, 0 .. s6 Woodman, C. E., 73 \\'onhington, E. W ., 75 Ziegler, P., 72

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The number of mlumcs n<'w in the l .ibra r}, e\dusin: of duplicate and unbound mbrellaneou> pamphlets, is 25,700 . . inct: last comme nce ment r,s oo l'olumc. hal'e been added to tht• I tbrary, of whi ch I,2 oo volumes, compri>t ng . the Library of the laic Rev. J. :--. l'urdy, '4 9 , were the gift of E . L. Purdy , 4 The ,·aluablc :-;ctcnt hr I ihrary of the la tt: l'rof. 1.. \I . Cheesman , has also bee n don:tted to the cnllegt· 11\ his father, I >r. T. \I . hecsman, and en:m l smaller gifts ha'e been tcreiH•d from friend-; of the co llege at dttTercnt times. l'he honb, purcha,, d front the \ lumni Library Fund, are chose n with , 1 ccial reference to furnishing the stltlh:nts with read1ng matter in connection with the qrwus c!epartmt·nts of instrnctton. The greater part of the \'Ol um e , purchased from thi fund during the pre. ent ye:tr, were works o n Political Economy. l'he records show that th e I ibr:try is bemg used much more this ye:tr than ever bdore. (her 1,5 00 volumes ha,·e al rcnd) bee n tak e n out, aside from the many hoob of rdercnt·c, pt:riodicals, ~etc., "·hich a rc co n tantly conul t~ed in the L ibrary .

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', A. Appleton, ILl. E. D. Appleton, B . .t\. Rev. H . \1. Barbour, \1. \. Rev. J. H. Harbour, \I \ \V. S. Barrov.·s, D. \

11. l.. Loveridge, ll.. I . .I . ). I.)• man, H.A H . "· .\I artindalc. H. .-1 . II. l I. llcCullough, H. I . If. I •. \lcLouch, ll. \ . 1'. \lcl.ean, B.\. II . \IIIIer, ll. I . II . '>. \I oody. 11. U. \!organ. 1!. \ ...\I.JJ. I .:-.. \lurr:.y. Jr., 1:. \ .. 1.1 .. 11. R. \lurral'· ll.S. R. H. 'e son\ IL \. 1·:. P. \ewton, H. \ . *R. '\orneet. Jr. P. Padgeu. J L~\. II. T'arsons.

ll. P. Bartlett . R. V. Barto, ll.•\. II'. A. 11ibb. li on . R. F. llixby. \1 1., 1.1.. 1!. W. . Blnckrner. H. I. IJ. ,\1. Bohlen, H.A. j. ~1. 1\rainard, ll. I . J. 10:. llrand egee, ll .. l .. l .l.. ll. S. I). Brewer, IL.\. A. llrockle,hy, \1. I \V . Bryan, II. I . P. S. Bryant, \I. \ R. 10:. llurton, 11.,1 J. H. Buxton, IL \ . .f. C . Buxto n . II. ~1. C<lrter, ll. \ . l. II. Carter. ll . I .

J.

R. Par.. ons. Jr., IL <:. B. Pattison. IL l,

C. E. l"'erkins, IL \ . Clayton l'btt 1.. .\1 l'ltmer. l.l .. ll r. A. l'orter. li. \, F.\\'. Richard-on. II. I . Prof. I \\. Richard:-.on. \I. \ .. Op li mu') . F. Roosevelt. B.A. r. <:. Rus,cll. It\.

R. Carter, D.:\.

~1. \\'. V. I!C ( ;, S. A. \I.

W.

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Ch apin. B. I . Chapin, ll.A. Chipman, H . ..\.

Clnrk. R. II . Coleman, B.1l. t;. L . Cooke, Jr .. ~I .1., 1.1..11. U. J. Coe, 13. \ . \I. f.. Cowl. ll .A. ·. 1•:. Craik , ll.A. 1'. R . Curtls, ll.A . li . C. Curtiss. l l. ·\ . \\'. 1·.. Cu rti,, IJ...\. *A. ll re r, \1. I . 11-. '-:. Elbert, 1\.A . c;. 1•.. Elwell.

II. V. Rutherford, U.A. l.'. lJ. Scudder. ll .. I. E. \I. ..,Cttddcr, ll..l ., I:."· Rev. \1. U. '-,artwclle, Jl. I. \\', {_. ~heldon 1 _lr., JL \ . II. ~1. O.,Jtephcrd.

H. '1. Sherman. II. I . 1•:. 1.. Shropshire.

1·.. I . "mall. 1'.. I . I. If. Smith. l:enj. Stark. Jr .. IJ. I . T . \\'.Stedman.

R. C. l•:r win , 11 . \ . 1\. Erwin, II .A.

(;,'I' '"'lew art, B.\ .

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II. Stone, II.-\. S . ..,tone. 11 ..1. R. :--otrtmg-. II \ . J... P. ~WCII<io<Jil.

C. 11·. l<'reclond. 1: . I. Rev. C. II. ( ;ardner 1. II . <;rar. \I . C. II ac:a r. I . IJeP. llall. IJ.o.,. \I fred I lardi ng . ll .. l ,

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E. I'. H enderson . ll I , ~.H. llewlctt.

I;. ll. Linderhill. B.S. E. ~. \·.~n Zlle. IL .,\.

t;. II. II i lk ll. I .

J.

Rev. I,, \\ atcrman, \1. \ .. Uptimus. s. X. \\'at..on. B.\.

C has. llun ter, ll.t\ .

1'. IT. II ha:er. II.\.

IJ. IIliis, l l. I . t •. ll. llowell , B. I .

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t~. S. lfuntington, IL \ .

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1. II . Huntington . ){. "· H ,,ke. 1:. 1'. J ngersoll, ll. I . l;. Kane, \f..\. ~C. J.;n eeland. B.A. t:. \I. Kurt1. H.A.

{·.Rev.'i:. c;.~-i~~~i~:·,~:-\. II'. Lincoln, ll. I.

II'.:-<. 0. ll. R. V. F. E. F. R. T. 0. A. II'. t;, 0. V. R. A. 1.. HETfRJ:--:G

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-TRI

ITY COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

1885 Prm'dmt, S. T. \ll Ll .F R,

5.

f?iu-Pruidmt, W:\1. D.•.\(c R.\

KA ', Ss.

lxntaryaud Tn·n.wrt~·, II. R. lfE\' DECKER, S6.

EXECUTIVE

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85.

11. R. IIEYDECKER, 86. F. E. HAIGHT,

J.

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The entire Athletic: intere t of the College is under the general upervisio n of the Executi,-e Committee. captain,

J. \\'.

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The captains chosen are as follows:

Shannon, 87; Foot ball captain, S. T. :\Iiller,

:\fill~:r,

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Ba e-ball 5; Cricket

captain of the Crew, \\'m. D. :'lfcCrackan,

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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. --o-Ill \!IIU.:I> \ \Kil l>\''11. Jr.;t ,

1,

S. T. \l illcr. s. 1 r sec.; 2d, 1:. E. ll1i~ht. , 7, 1 r~ sec. Best Previous H~corrl, \V. R. :-. dgw1ck, ..J, ro~ 'cc.: 2d, .J. 1>. ('ht·t·,cr, 107 sec. 1'1 1'11\G JIJ-I'()L. I> '11•>1.

rst, L . Cameron, 86, 28 f t. 5 in.; 2d, F. E. John,on, Best Pn.:1•ious Record, E. Ll . . \ppklon, o, 3~ ft. J cl~on, So, 31 f t. I~ in. RL~~l:'\1_,

1: 1(0 \I l

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Ill RDLI

1.'

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E. Johnson,

4. 19~ set:. ; 2d, E. L. Purdy, Hcsl I'reviou:; Record, \. E. !Tutchkis,, 2, and I8.l set:.

Jst,

II .

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1.11,.)

lsi, S. T. \1illcr. 5. 51 ft. r in.; 2cl, L. Cameron, "t'. di,tancc not taken. Best f'reviou~ Reco rd, 1'. llrumm, 3, 73 11. r in ; 2d, E D . . \ppkrun, o, 65 ft. ~ in . 11.\ LF-M II. I·

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No Contestants. Best l'reviouo Record, 1 ~. IJ. Appleton. So, 2 111in. 2.1'! '"c.; 2d, llarclay. So, 2 min. 3..J 'c<:. TIIR~:E

LEGCF!l R·\C"I.

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and I I. R. II tydeckcr, and I.. Saltu,, 7, timt: not taken.

1st, R . Thorne,

Be't Previous Record,.\. 'I 2d R. Barclay,

o, and T. \1

R.

6,

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sec.; 2d, S. ll. ( :iesy, 85,

\]a,on, 81, and 1.. C. \\'a,hburn, Sr. r-tb >ec.; l'cck,

o, 16\ sec.

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r sl , L. amcron . 6, 301 ft.; 2<1. j. \\'. 'ihannon, 87, 294 ft. Best Previous Record, \V. R. 'edgwick, 8-t, 365 ft. -1 in. ; L. Cameron, 6. 3 13 ft. 6 in.

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sec.; 2d. E. :\ih:s, 6, ume not taken. r:. l>. ;\ pplcton, o, 5 '<'C.

llc>l l'rcvions Ro.:cord,

Rl'

·t, E. !.. l'nrdy, ..j, -! ft l.lc-t !•reVIOU'i H.c:conl, I.Zu "'II, ll, -! ft. 1 I Ill.

9'

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Jt

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F. E. .I ohnson,

in.: 2cl,

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-

r>,

..j,

it. 2~ in.;

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1-'.

\.,

O'\J.:-\11LIO: \1 \I J,, 1

t, S. IIcndrie, 7. time not t:~.ken. lk,t l'rc\'lous Record, E. B. !latch.

Wel ch, ::>6,

~

min.

6, ' min. 16 sec.

zd, 1.. E.

set:. sr

l'dl1'\l.

BRO.\ll Jl \II'.

ht, 1·'. E. John. on, ..j, 10 ft. 1 in. ; 2d, ll. R. ll cydo.:ckcr, '(,, l) f1. 111 , Best l'n:vious RecorJ, 1·. E. Johnson, ,' 4, 9 ft. 11 ~ in.; :!d, 11 . 1{. II eydecker,

6, 9 ft. 9 in. -20-\ \RI>

ll.\Stl.

rsl, S. T. \!iller, s. 25~ sec. ; 2d, F. E. H aight , 87, 3!A sec. Bcsl l'rcviou:; Record, 1'. \\'. Shelton, 22~ ~ec.; 2d, I·. t .. R 11 s,cll,

o, 2-1 sec. HOI',

sJ.;JI'

\'\11

Jt

in. ; 2d, It , !-'. E. Johnson, ..j, Best l'rc,·ious Record, F. E. Johnson, -;hurt, 8"Jo 34 ft. 9 Ill. 38 ft.

IO

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lll!.ll

jt

Ill'.

R. ..j,

Rodgers, 7. 37 ft. 3 ft. 1 0 in.; 2d, \\' .

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rsl, E. L. l'urdy, ..j, and 1-'. E. John ·on, ..j, 4 ft. 2 in. l.le,t l'rc,·ious Record, F. E .. John on, '-L 4 ft. 4 Il l. I'll I.e "1t:1 T .

hl, J. \\'. shannon, '7. 7 ft. 2~ in. : zd, E. L. Purdy, ..j. ; ft. Rest Previons Re cord, J. R. !'arsons, 1. 9ft. 2 in.; 2d, C. Carpc111er, 2,

7 ft. 4 in. t>:S

F·~!l

U: Rt: . .

rst, L. E. \Vekh, 6, 6 min. 9j ·cc. ; walk O\'er. Be-l Prc\'ious Rcconl, C. E. !Iotchk i,:;, .32, s mill. t9l I lenderson, 2, - min. 24 sec.

6o

,.,

2d, E. l·.


TRf

ITY COLLEGE FOOT BALL ELEVE /

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/

•'

...fl: . ,>·

'

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··.

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...

'

Crtj>tnw,

S. T.

~!ILLER,

85.

Bu.riuas /11anncrer, A. D. :-; EE 1.\', Ss. The Eleven for the fall of 18 4 was as follows: RUSHERS

Al'l'LEC ,\ '1 E ,

II .\ \'S

\I

I' HORNE,

[LL~R.

RODGERS.

BE.\.RDSLE\',

CAMERON.

I!URD, HA LF'-BAL KS

ll .\R

I~ I~ R.

11 .'\ TCII. BACK

SA

I . Tl'~ .

SUBSTITUTES

LOBDELL,

\1 TEL, BRJ NLE\',

CH!L!l,

' HA

COD;\1A:\.

<.ame' were played with Harvard and Williams, in which Trinity

brilliant defeats.

NO

cored


TRl

lTY COLLEGE BASE-BALL

Captam , J. \V.

~11.\N~Ol

I

E.

.

The nine will be cho en from the foll owing men .

:. T. :'-ULLER.

5.

E. B. 11.\ TC H.

6.

\\'. W . B.\Rl3ER, L. II. Tl BBT

L. CA :\IER O:\ , 86.

J. :\IcC. H:\ YS, 6. II. :\EL ' 0:\, JR., E. B. LEAF,

i路

C. \\' . 7路

r~.

7.

JR.,

RODC~ER:,

7.

7路

F. B. WTilT C0 \1 E.

7.

J.

JR.,

J. C Al<I'E:\ J ER.

A. \l cCU :\IllE ,


TRINITY COLLEGE BOAT CREW.

Caf/•1111, \\'. 1>. Mt C R.\ C I(t\1\,

The crew for the . cason of '85, will be chosen from the foll owing m en :

\\. D. \J cC RACKAX ,

1.. C.\ \IERON,

C. G. ' II II.D,

J. \\'.

STJA

~.

T. MILLER.

.fAME~ C~OOD\\'11\,

6.

c•.

If. R. TIE\'DFCKER , 86.

6.

1 1':0:\',

\\'. T. PUT t AM, 8 .

J. \\'.

0. APPJ.EG \TE ,

JR.,

\\' . H. (;QOD\\'IN,

CR.\\\' FORD,

8.

1.


HARE AND HOUNDS

I RESTDF'IT SlD~E\'

T. \![LLER .

SECRETARY

II. R. llEYI>ECKER .

MASTER OF

HOt;, DS

R . TIIORNE.

WH!PPER-r.路

J.

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TRINITY COLLEGE WHEELMEN.

Captain, R. THORNE, 85 . Limtenaut, A. D. NEEL V, 85. SNrctary, H. R. HEVDECKER,

6.

Bugler, ALONZO McCONIHE, 88 .

MEMBERS PRo~路 . FLAVEL

. \. D.

R.

'EELv ,

THORNE,

S. LUTHER.

. w. J. W. \ . s.

s.

8s.

liE ' R Y FERGUSON .

11. GIEsv, 8s.

\V. D. McCRACKAN, 85 .

5路

H. R. HEYD拢Ci

PRUF.

-~R.

6.

J.

McC. liAvs.

L.

SALTG '

6.

BOW\lAN,

7-

IIANNO , ,

87.

A. McCoNIHE, 88.

HUiliiAIUJ,

8 .

W. B.

,

87.

GOODWIN,

8


'86 BASE BALL NINE.

C.t\:.\lEROY, Pitdter ami Captain .

r-IAYS, c.

ll"EYDEC KER ,

lJATCII, r st b. LILIENTHAL, zd b.

?-JILES, l. f. GOODWI 1, c. f.

niRDSA LL, 3d b.

CTTTLD,

5.

s.

r. f.

'87 BASE BALL NINE. Slf r\"1\NOS, Pitc/w· a11rl Captain .

s.

B,.\ RHEH, c.

:\EL, 0?-J,

\\' I liT OM t: , Tsl b.

BE ,\ RD. LE\', J. f.

5.

R. RODGERS , c. f.

Tl BBlTS, 2cl b.

---

STOJ\'E, r. f.

t:. RODGEI\S, 3d b.

'88 FOOT BALL ELEVEN. BACK

BE 'KWITll. HA L F-BACKS

BRL\LEY, Captai11.

ELTOX.

QUARTER-BACK

CAJ{l'E:'\TER. RUSHERS

WILLES.

BROW ,' \ , PUT;\A~l .

\JlEL,

CRI\ \VFORl .

JOTT N SO). , SUBSTITUTES

~(ORGA:'\,

\\'. \1:\\\ RIGHT,

HUBBARD,

\\'RI GHT .

66

II 'RD .


'87 FOOT BALL ELEVEN

BACK ~A

LT

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HAL F - B A CKS

BAKBER ,

'\EL~O'\

QU A RTER - B A CK

Tl BHITS . RUSHEf<S

. Sl lA:\ '\0:\ .

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DE L' EL, l ' PSON .

SN A P - BACK

liE

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68

.


• OF'

TRINITY COLLEGE.

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. TRINITY COLLEGE LAWN TENN IS ASSOCIATION

Presidmt, " LDNI~\" T. MlLLE:R. S,·crdaty and Tr,·asur.:r, A. D. NEEL\' . GROl":'(lJ L"<DI~flTTEE .

l-!EIO ! A_ N LILf EN'l' l l r\ f. ,

E. B. HATCH,

.\ . D.

ID::\EY T. i\liLLER,

1 EEL \",

M . K. COSTER.

--o-The fifth tournament under the a. uspices of the Association wa.; hehl nn Thursday, May 21st, rBS-1 , and the two followin g d ay .

WINNERS

Singles.-- t st, A.

c.

llA ~I!.IN,

3d . L.

Dou/J!es.- rst, G. H. zd,

w. s.

2d, G. II. I ft t.LS,

7CA~IER

'l,

.j .

86 .

-1. and ] . j\[, BRAl:'\ARD, 8-1. BARR 0\\'5 , 8-!, and II. R . I [ E\' DECKER, l-I!LI.S,

6.

--o-The sixth tournament was held under the anspit·cs of the Associa tion Thursday,

011

eptember 25th, 1884, and the two following days. WINNERS

Singles.- rst, A. E.

WR!GIIT,

Doubles.-rst, A. C.

IL\ ~!UN,

2d, .·. T . :\l!LL!•:R,

88.

87. nnd R. ~I.

2d , L. IT. H uRD ,

5, nnd L. H . PADDOCK, SB.

I'ADilO K,

88.


THE INTER-COLLEGIATE LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION

OFFICERS fJresidmt, S. T. :VIII . I . I ~R. 85 , T1inity. 1~ .

f?ia- Pr,·si<lt•Nt,

B. TUCKER, 85, .\mh<::rst.

Sccrdtll')' and 'lhamnr, S. :VI. CO LGATE, EX ECGTIVE

Ss.

Vale.

COMMITTEE

TllA\'EIZ, 8-, Amherst.

DA.\ I I·: LSO. , 87, llrown.

T .\ VLCJ [(, 86, JJananl. IL\ VIS,

7, Lehigh.

\I U P'FA T , 84, Princdon. ~!ILLER,

85, Trinity.

'OLGA T E, 85, Yale. IIA"' K'1 ,

SECOND

5, Will iams.

ANNUAL

TOURNAMENT

I rinity \ 'o llege, C>ctol>er 7, 8 ~nd 9, 188~.

Rc'J'ramft•d. -Amhcr~t. Brown, [I arva rd , l .ehigh, Princeton, Trinit~, \ 'a le

nn d William s. ~1'\t:I.F.s.

1>1,

K'

\1'1',

86, H an an!.

2d,

G . .\f. BRI:\I.h.Y, 88, Trinity.

I>OUBI.E~.

1'1, 2<1,

[,'I! ' I',

G. \I.

86, and L . llKI:\Lt.\',

THORNE, ,

86, Yale.

and ,\ . E.

7I

WKI ~_;IIr ,

Trinity.


President, R. THOR::\'E. Secretary and Treasurer, S. IIENDRIE.

MEMBERS t~.

E. BEERS,

L. LEG. BE EDTCT,

J. P . ELTOX, F. E. HAIGHT, A. C. JIALL,

S. IJE:\DR[E,

S. T. i\IILLER, G. 路. WATER , C. E. BECK\\'TTII, I\ . T ll 0 R :\ E.


l'nidc'llt, E. ll. 11 .\ICII . \tO'dtii'J' 1111d

'J'r,路asur,r,

J.

COOD\\ ['\ .

MEMBERS \ . LO I>:\1 \

J.

J.

.

:\1. Bl{Af , :\RlJ,

J. COODWIK,

:\ltC. lL\\ S,

1.. ',\\lERO:\,

E. B. HATCH,

JR ., r '\.

0 . \l'l'LE<; .\ IE,

C . 路. CARTER.

\V. B. GOOD\\

\\". \\' . BARBER,

\\ . J.

'lL\\.\K I,

II. ll. BROW:\'ELL,

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R. :\1. II URD,

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i3


Prcsidml, \\'. D. :\f cCRACK A:\. Surdnry nnd Trens ur,•r,

(~ .

.\f. ll RT :'\ LE \ '.

MEMBERS A. D. NEEL\',

J. \\' .

\\'. D. 1\I cC RA KA:'\ ,

F. E. J O ll:'\ .'0 :'\,

F. D. LOBDELL,

J.

R.

R.\\\' FORD . CC~ I:\c;JT.Ul ,

C. G. CIIILD,

II. GlE . \ ·,

E. C. ).TILE ,

C. II. TIDBIT.',

G. i\1. BRINLEV ,

L. II. PADDOCK.

\\'. :'\.

L. \\' . DO\\':-\E:-, .

JO~E .',

74

JR.,


f'rt·sidmt, F. H. \VO I ~COTT.

Srcrdar;' and Treasurer, C. W. H0\\':\1 AX.

MEMBERS 11. R. HEYDECKER,

F. C. \\'AL\T\\'RTGHT,

II. NELSO

. JR., ll. LJUEXTliA 1.,

F. I l. WOLCOTT,

W. 1:3. OL\[STJW,

R. E. L. R DGERS,

L . II. ST0:\18,

J.

RODGERS, ]. T. C.\l{I'E:\TER, )R.,

E. Ill' F. :-.riEL, ALONZO .\lcCOXIIJE,

\V. BOW:\fA:'\,

<•. \\.

A. E. \\'RJC ; ITT.

75

W. SIIA::\TX0::\1',


President, A. H . .\~DER OS. Secrdru:J'

nnd T rmmrer, A. R.

'T U ART,

JR.

M EMBER S .\. II. AXDER, Or\.

R.

P. IJ. Bll DS,\LL,

\\. S. ll

M . K.

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II. R. LOU .\! b.

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A. R. -;T L'.\R \\

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THE CORAX BOATING CLUB

- -t8L.J:9-

- 1880

IUWHGA . II. IW

OFFICERS

Prrsidmt, I I. LILIENT H 1\L. Secretary and T reasurer, F_ H. \VOL OTT. MEMBERS

( ' . ( . " ' " ZA'\IJ'I,

\\' _ •. SKJ:\'Ir; R,

r:. J.

JL

51. D . SARr:E.I'\ '1, 51.

II. T. QtJIC ' J~,

s' .

1":. :\!.

65. t' . IJROLKJ ESB\, 69.

jl_ 13tWCKLicSJlY,

1,\' _

J- \\'_GH .IY,

72.

75.

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1· .(.(;01\F:\, ll~-AC If ,

1•:. S.

J. F.

2.

83.

lJLM>TfW,

77·

77J. S. IRPC:NTER, 79G. \V_ Bc:ACII, So. 13. 13. GALLAt;DET, So. A. T . .\LIS0:-1, S r . L. c_ \\' A lllllJR:-1, I.

\\' .. \ . .\l. \\' \1'11\'KI\.JJ I, 64.

J,

70.

:'\-!.SHERMAN,

4-

S('UODER,

C. f::. lJ OTCl!KJSS, \V. \\'. \\' EBB, 82.

2.

J(. \\1.

THO~IPSON,

\< I J 1'1

li. R. li E I' J)ECKER, 86. ll. L!LJEXTHAL, S6_ L. H . 'TONE, S7R. E. L. RoucKRs, j .

JJ. f'LSO'\ , j R. , 6. <:. \\ . R.OOG"RS, 87. I·- H .

J.

'W t>J.COTT,

S6.

l . l :_\RI'I•:o; J'FR, J R.,

77


OF

TRINITY COLLEGE.


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CONCERTS Xovember

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79

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S. S. 1..

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McC. JJ AY ', 86.

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2D B.\SS .

E. I . JIATCll, 00\\'~E

85 .

86 .

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F. E . JOIL ' 0::\,

6.

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E. B.

EAF,

G. '. WATER ·,

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QUARTETTE J. W. CRAWFORD, 8, J. \\'. Sl-L\ :"\ 0:\, 7, E. B. liATCII,

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1st Teno1 2d Tenot

6,

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Ba.'

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L. II. PADDOCK,

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THE ROYAL EGYPTIAN STRI G QUARTETTE

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ORGANIZED. A. D.

1879

--o-HO

IIOFF ,\1.\ \

ORARY

H ...

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MEMBERS

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c;. 11. IJILLS .

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Egvptian Stnng

Quartette goes on (orever .

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LOUIS MONTGOMERY CHEESMAN. l'R<>I'. C1n 1 ,)1 \ "~' horn in the city of l\ ew \ ork, in the month of :'\oycmber, I 5 . I lis boyhood wa· spent in that c!ly, and in H he entered Columbia 'o lkge, from wh~nce he wa. graduated

i , wtth the dc~rcc of H. \. \ftcr leaving- college, he deYott·d sevnal montlh to the study of Physiology anrl \natomy, and then, having <!ecrded to make the ·tudy of Phy ics hi · life work, he went abroad to avail him,clf of the greater opportunities there a!Torded in the t;erman l'nivc·n.llics. fn I 79, he entered the univcrslly of \\'\'lrzburg, in Bavaria, as a student of Phy>ics, under J'ohlrausch. and in I r, he obtain ·d his degree of Doctor of Philosophy. "magna cum l1ude." !Irs diSsertation for thi degree was upon " !'be Effect of \Jechanrcal llardening upon the .\lngnetic Propenies of Steel and I ron." .\.nother year wa 'pent rn Berlin, where Dr. Cheesman continued hrs Phy"ical · tudies under the celebr:Hed Von llelmholtz, somt: of the result> of which he embodied in a paper on" !'he \leasurement of Rapidly Alternating 'urrcnts with the Calvanometc r," a paper "hich wa read for him by \on Helmholtz himself, he::furc the Prussian Royal .\cadcmy of Scienct:s, and which altl a-: ted a good. den! of notice when pubhshcd 111 this country. In the Spring of 1 · J, Dr. 'hccsman " ·a'i Ill\ ited by the I nr>tecs of Trinity ollcgc to the new L'hair of l'hy<>ics. J le entered upun hi duties in .'eptember of the same ~ ar, :tnd displayed a· a Professor the .a me qualitie' which had won him succe's as a student. I le threw hi» whole oul into hi work, perhaps beyond hi, strcng•h. Ilis health cemed to fa il him In some degree during the autumn of 1 4, and. in llecemher last, he was :ciLed "ith the illness which proved fatal. lie left the college a wcc:k before the close of the hristmas term, and, after an illnes. of about a month, died, Jan. I Ilh, s. at his father'· hou c 111 1 cw \ ork. Hi . death wa. felt by alllo cause a YCI)' hea\)' lo" to the 'ollcge. and he is mourned hy J'.tc ulty and by tudents, not only as l'rofc or, but a friend. I Ie has left behind him tho: mcmnry of brilliant g1ft. well used, of an a~lt\'e mind w;•lltrainecl. and abo~ tlw memory of the helpful presence among u of one who was indeed ''a brave, pure. true, Chri tian gentleman, unselfi. h, cout teous , loving all and beloverl by all." in

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-- -1884 VALEDICTORY

II ENRY LUT l i fE NEELY. SALUTATORY

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STANLEY BARROWS.

P FUZE VERSI0'\1 DECLAMATION

FRA'\' K WOOD RICHARDSON. ENGLISH LITERATURE PRIZE

ED\Vr\RJ> SD1S VAN ZILE. LATIN PRIZE

ROBERT TIIORT\E. FRENCH PRIZE

EDWARD CULLE:\' XILES. MATHEMATICAL PRIZE

CEORGE W .\SIIJ -GTON RODGERS. ORATORICAL PRIZES

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CHARLES .\teL£ \ I\ A. DREWS.

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EDWARD . L\1S VAN ZILE.

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DEGREES CONFERRED IN 1884

The following degrees, having been voted at the annual meeting of the Corporation. held on the z.ph day of June, I 4. were duly conferred at the public

ommencement on the following day . --0--

BACHELOR OF ARTS

CUM HONORE

In ,l{t'lllal, JJ!oral, and J'olitical Philo>ofli)', (:rc<k, Chtmislry and /l'nluml Stit•nt<', ,llallit'llltltits and l'hysirs; .JOlli\' .\ldRt: .\"\ 13R.\f"\.\RD.

In 11/mta/, ,llol'<rl, a!llll'olltitnll'hilasophy, Chemistry and Natural Scimce, Cred· ami J~·nglisll; \\' ILL!A\1 .'TANLE\

BARRO\\S.

In Chemist!)' and JVatural .'>'cit nee, c,·,.,·,·k and Englis/1; Fl{i\.:\K \\'00]) RlCJlARI>~O'\ .

in J!mtal, .l/orni, and l'oliticall'llilosophy ,· t:EORCE JIE.\TITCOTJ:: II ILLS . llE:'\R\

In

RITCIIIE .:\EELY.

Clr~mislly

and .\'atura/ Scit'll<'<';

ll.\RWOOD llli\'TT'\GTO

In Cr,d..·: FRA'\K ELISII \ JOII;.ISO.:\

In l:n,bsh: EDWARD 1.\1.' VAN ZILE.

LO.!


BACHELOR OF ARTS, IN COURSE. C llARI.E S Mr 路 LEJ\.N A . DREWS . FREDERI CK DASiliELS BUCKI.E\' . WlLLJAM III路: GEORG I ~

RY T!ITCHCO K.

ERNEST \11\CILL.

JAMES FRIWERJC OLMSTED. Eln ARD EDG

R

1./\.WSO~

PURDY.

I.EWI~ SA~FORJ).

MASTER OF ARTS, IN COURSE. rw

TilE I LASS OF I 871.

THE REI', Tff0\1.\S OF

HE~RY

I Ill-. CLAS.

GOR DO:\.

0 1' 1872.

j 1\MES \YITll [J:RS READ. OJ' Tim

!

LASS 01

1876.

WlLLTAM CONVERSE SKJ.:-.', ER. ()F

TilE CLASS OF I88o.

JOHN CHESTER BARROWS. OF THE CLASS OF

r88r.

WILLIA \1 TIMOTIIY ELMER. Tm: R1;;v.

\\'ILLIA~I

STA?\ LEV Ell H. R Y.

THE Rr-:1路. CHARLES WRIGHT FIU::ELAN D.

THE REv. ALFR I::D POOLE GRIXT.

GEORGIJ:

SUM~ER

ALEXA~DER

llUXTIXGTON,

~I.U .

TAYLOR MASON, LL.B.

FRAXK EBENEZER MILLER. M.D. GEORGE BRADLEY PA TTIS N. l.EORGE ENIHCOTT PER KL S.

DOCTOR OF DIVINITY, HONORIS CAUSA. 1'111. Ri r.ll l

REI'.

IJENR\ CO DMAX POTTER, JJ.D .. LL.D., 路'""'tant Bishop of

103

~ew

\'ork.


LIST OF VALEDICTORIANS AND SALUTATORIANS IN TRINITY COLLEGE

.•. 1840.

!827 .

V. S.

V.

Isaac Crary. "amuel C. Goldsborough.

S.

!828. Y.

S.

\ '.

llenry G. mitb. \Villiam 11. Walter.

~-

I842.

1829.

V. S.

Joshua G. Wright . Samuel :. Lewis.

V. Augustus F. Lyde. S. I aac W. Hallam. 1 JI. V. Nathaniel E. Cornwall.

John W. French.

William Payne. olamon G. 11 itchcock.

!534·

V

V.

S.

V S.

David P. Sanford. Tilton E. D oolittle .

V. S.

Robert C. H.ogc rs. John A. l'addm:k.

V. ~-

John \V. Bacon. Sannd ?If. Whiting.

V. S.

I 47· Samuel lkncrltct. Ccorge S. Cilman.

v. s.

llenj. 1 I. Paddock. . 'ath. \1. Bdden.

V.

John :\f. Atwood. Cenrge \\'. Citldings.

Abner Jack on. John T. Cushin~.

V.

Charles Gillette. Cyru ~lunson.

S.

rSso. V.

John T. llunllngton. Daniel E. LO\'eridge.

V. S

Charles ] . H oadly. .\lex. C. Cummins.

V

I .ucius I J. Jones.

S.

I· ranci' l "hase.

rss 1.

1838.

!839· V.

49·

I

37·

V.

..j..j.

I848.

1 35· Robert Tome ·. Edwin Yan D eusen. I 36. James II. Elliott. Isaac H. Tutlie. I

S.

Thomas S. l're,ton. ( ;torge Kcr.

r8 4 u.

T 33· V. Hugh L . 1\Iorrison.

V.

V.

1845·

I 32. E. Edwards Bcard-ky.

Edward Hardyear.

George Ros,itcr. llenry C . l'restnn.

I

Joseph R. Ecclc:<aon.

S.

\' .

r843.

I JO.

V.

Robert B. Fairbairn. Vandervoort Bruce. 184!. Wm. II. Frisbie. llcnry D . )lobi..:.

Isaac G. Hubbard. )/atbamel "0. Cornwall.

IO.j

;~.


-.;

rSsJ. Alfred L. Brew<'r. William G. Spencer.

V. S.

V. '-i.

r 54· James II. \V tlllam~. c .. orgc ))_Johnson.

'>.

V.

l.ukc· \. Lockwood.

V.

s

I·.ch11n C. Boll\.''. r 56. Daniel E. ll okomh. :->amucl if. llorchl-in

'-i.

\ '. '>.

I 57· (.eorgc B. llopsoll . Samuel !Terman .

V.

V.

rSss.

V.

V.

\.

'>.

r86C). George 0. lf olbrookc. Arthur ~IcConkey. 1870. George ~fcC. Fi,k. I !arlow R. Whitlock. I 37 f. Ccorge \V. Douglas. Chauncey C. Williams. 1872. Paul Zit·gler. James I[. ( ;eorgc. I 7'3· Leonard \V . Richard,on. Oliver II. Raftery.

s

r

1 •5

n.

...,

:corgc :-;, ;\fallmy Wilham 11. Vdtht·rl

'>.

Edward Dickcrsotl. Jamc, I) Smyth.

\',

5<). Sunncl H. Warren

\'

c;~orge ~1.

:-;_

Edward \\'. \\'orthingt<>n. I . 76. I s3.ac II iestc r.

\ .

V.

I

I

'>. V. :-;,

I:d wtn E. Johthon . 1 6o. Charlc' 1 I. \\' .~lock it"'· \ u.;ust th

\ r!ll\tt \\ . .

\. ll. Jennings .

'> \. "·

V. S.

6z.

f.unc, B. \turr.\1', I :eon~e \\ . II ug~. I 61. John '-' Smith. \\'. . Ack lq•.

\'.

s.

I

\',

...,:tmucl llarl. II nry \ . \1 ctt•.tl1

\'

Wtlliam I' \1 ck )· l :cllf • • t; '\ 10ls

I

.\!fred Tf:mlmg. James S. Carpenlt·r.

V.

s.

1'. \1. . Ct:or~c. Lllr n \\' ebsler.

V S.

] . I' us-;cll !'arsons. Jr. Charle-; \'I'. Jones.

V.

Seaver ~1. IIoldt:n. John II. ~fcCrackan.

,.

R. T. Reineman.

I

\' ::-;,

I.

(J(j

I

Frank 1.. Frank II

79·

V

I ~(J;,

('h,u[·, T. ()lm kcl. Ed\\;Hd 1'. Johlholl.

ll ubhard.

18"o.

I'" •crl \. lk ·llon. fo, ph 1'. El).

\.

75-

Charles E. \I oorc. I 7/ · Charles C. Edmund,, Jr. John !'rout. I 78. John D. I ! ilk John Williams.

(q,

I

\'

\1" n.

\ •

S.

1

V

J n~:k~on.

61.

I

V

I

I

2.

3-

(>7.

"· J.

(r

E Br 1

V :-..

•n>n. l'oth,

ros

>Wil.

4

IIenry R. :--'eely. William S. Barrows.


1885

APPOlNTEES

s.

!'rt'Sidotl,

T. :\IILLKR.

F. F.

Ora lor,

\\'. D.

Pod,

s.

Pnseulatiou.>,

Rc~sEu.

M ('CRICKA:\.

S. i\lii C IIKLL.

.\. D.

Lemon Sque<=~r Oralwn,

:"I路:ELI'.

. \ . COIJ"A:\,

l!.'pilogue,

COMMiTTEES CLA :\les-;r,. Loomis, Chairman; Codman, \I iller, Lob !ell, Russell. RECEPTION

;\lcssrs. Thorne. Clwimtau; Gie y, Mitchell. Collman. MUSIC

Messrs. Mitchell, Cluzinnau; Collman, ~filler, McCrackan. INVITATION

;'.1essrs. Cuningham, Cltai>lmlll,' :\Tiller, Loomi~. Codman, Ru~~e!l. SUPPER

\Iessrs. Codman, Chairman; i\1iller, Gie 路y, Mitchell. PHOTOGRAPH

1\Iessrs. Thorne, C'l111irmall,' Loomis, Giesy, Russdl. Fl 'ANCE

:\lessrs. ~eely, Chairmatz; Miller, Mitchell, Codman

CLASS

0:\11NATl:\G

CO~IM!TTEE

:-lc rs. Cuningham, C!tairm.m,路 :\lo!ler, Rth>cll, Cullman, .\ln.:hdl

IOIJ


The 81nd nl s are ,,(' quested Lo confine their paLl •o nu.ge to t ho se vv ho h ave rul vei'L ised in th e IVY. A DVERTISERS. \R'I

(:fJOIIS.

J. II. Eckhar(\t&Co., ... . ..... 122 j. & R. Larnh ................. 137 : \ . D. Vorce <X Co ......... . ... 12 HI CVI'I, I•:s. Sto r r~

& Ca ndee , .. .. . . . . . . . . .. T ht.: Popt.! ,\ Hg. 'o., ...........

JEWEU•:RS.

1

17

IHIOI(S I< Sl \ ' IIOIII'RV.

j. I'. Barlnw,.......... qo ·llrown & Cross.. . . . . . . . . . . . • . . I .Jf>

I.ITilOGRAI'IIEJ(S & 1'110

['(>

"NGRAVER~.

E. Bierstadt, .............. . .. 131 Kellogg c Bulkeley Co., .. ..... 134 A. ,\ f ugforcl , ....... qo I.IV I·.RY ST.\HLF:S.

C. B. Boardman, ......... . ... . I'! i\1\:fJS.

\Vm. W ander .\

CIII;\A IJE.\1.1\Rs.

'raharn &

1 13

}; ~- Xcw_m~n, ........... . ... 1 38 I. Steel<.: ,. Son, ...........•.. 1 r r Tiffa ny & o.,......... 1 29

D I 1.AI.~:RS.

0. 1'. Sch lt.!mmer, ............ . 135

J ohn F.

I'Ar·l·..

C. If. Case, ...................

142 143

llii.I . IARIIS.

\1. I I. J lcwi ns,...... . .. .. .. ..

CA 'llY

DTRECTORY .

!•A<ol·

on, ......... .

I'RIN'I

·o., ....... r36

CULI."t.L I'Uill.IC .\I 10!'\S.

T he : 1~nnity ~.olll'ge I vy, . ...... 133 Th · l n n 1ty I aiJ ! t.!l, ........•.. 12 r

FR~.

Clark & Smi th, ................ 12-1 l'limpton :t-1rg. Co., ........... T-! 5 PI liLISIIERS.

Frank l.eslie,........... . .

l OS

IJRUr.r.r s·l . ,

(;ood w in, ..................... 12.J I•: XTR .\CTS.

l'o nd's

~xtract ,.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 II~ 1~\'1 s. \ lc lunie B ros.,.......... 135 FU

I l H '\1'1 l'RI·. ,\ IJECORA

liON~.

'-oc1dlcr c' \ fay, ................ 131 \\ illiam I f. Pot & Co., ....... 1.!4 Lio::\111•.\n;:>~'s ll RNISIII\'C, I:Oc•I)S .

Brown, Thomson & Co.,....... 138 ( 'onklrn's Bazaar, .............. 124 Sm1th, W hit.: & l'o. , ... ..... . . rq IIAI' IH \I l·lh.

Llunlap, lo., ............... 123 lf nr, fall , Rothschild, ......... 12r

Rt\li.RO \D 1 f('K F.TS .

W ard V•/. Jacobs ........ . RF.ST~l"R

1;:. H ahenstcin, . .... . .....

1 20

. 110F. flF.ILLRs. ll. A ish berg, . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alexander Curry, . ..... . ... . .

11:; r26

si'••Rri~<.

Sl \1 !fl'l

1 '\.'l RA'\l I

J('

STI·I•:I. !'!.;:-; .

Jo,eph c;rJJott c' Son>,.

Et na Li fe, ... . ................ 13-1 'onnec t i~:ut Fire, ........... . . T30 ll art ford Life and An n uit), .... ti 6 T he T rave le r,, ....... .. .. . ... . q r

!2

\ILO~s.

(;crnmill, Burnham <' Co., ...... qo fohn Kennedy, . . ....... ... .... 120 \\' . F. \Vhiuebey & Co. , . ..... us I'OH.\CCO"IST S.

120

CO.\Il'\"11-:s.

,'< I·.NC.H .\\ I.Rs.

Dempsey , \an·oll, ............ r rg Ceo. R. Lock11·oocl & .·on , ... . . 1 22

1

I NS I Kl I rro:<s I" 1\R \\I I Ill •.

S. 1'. D avis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

coon~.

l'cck .\ Snyder, ............... wq . \ . II. l'omero~ .............. .. 121

((CI'( I·. IS,

\ llyn ll onse, .................. 1 1 I" he Park 1\ vcnuc, . ............ t 25

rrs

\1\TS.

Allen c· Ginter,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 2 \V rn. ·. K im hall • Co., ..... . .. n o Thomp on, ~ f oo rc · Co., .... . . 127 wr:-;Jo:s. G. F. ll cublei n & B ro .. . .. ..... 136

I Oj


( Fn1m t/1<' Rt~.,·tan Globe.)

"Sine·

l\lrs. Frank Lcsli

manao-ement, the brillianc ' and

assumed th ucc ss of th

sole Leslie

publicati ns have won for them e\' n gr 'ater popularity than they [Xe,·iously had. ty i - granted by th

pr ·ss, and is shown in the varie-

ty and excellen e of th

matt r promptly placed by It ish r policy to I roduc ·at

h r before th' publi the earlie t 1 ossibl

Her ·ditorial abili-

mom nt, r o-arcll >s

of vxpensc,

what ver of mom ·nt takes place in any s ·c tion of thi

country.

.~h'

relics for assistan e up n a corps

of the best artists, who, with p n and pencil, ar' scattered here and there to illustrat' the most intcre ting cencs

Ea h issue of Frank L sli '

paper

faithfully pictur . the most important e\' nts, and a bound volume is an invaluable history of the year. Democrats owe this publication their fealty, for it

JS

a powerful auxiliary, now as in th

1r

effort

for reform and crood gov rn men t.

done them invaluable do

0.

past, in th

II

It has

n ·ic -, and "·ill continue to


THE LARGEST

MANUF)CTURERS )ND DEALEfltS IN THE WORLD. For all goods p rtaining to SPORT

and GAMES

of all kind s, both for In and Out-Door us-. \\'e sel l only ltrst-class goods, and c.ffcr them at price . to meet those offered by other houses (Jf inferior goods. To C'lnvince yoursclvc~, give us a trial for any of your

CRrCKET . BoATING. GYMNASlUM.

Foot

Balls,

Boxing Gl oves, Fishing Tackle.

Hunting,

Magical Tricks, False Beards, Moustaches a11d W hiskers, T heatrical Fi xtures, Plays,

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PECK c% SN1_DER, 126, 128 & 130 Nassau St. , NEW YORK


\\M.S.

KI~IBALL &

CO.

ML'dures for Pipe or Ci ·arette. THREE KI

GS. Turkish P rique and Virgini·1.

MELLOvV MIXTURE, Turkish and Periqu e. TURKI H

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FLAKE CUTS ESPECIALLY

ADA

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FOR

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PIPE.

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VAN ITY FA I R. ------ .• -1· ---·,.. •. ~

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CLOTH OF GOLD CIGARETTES . . \ lll'ays Fre:-h, <'lean and ·,, e<:l. Uur Cigarette:. were: ne1·er so fine as nuw, the~ cannot l~e.: >llrj>as~td for purity and excellence. Only the purt:'t rice paper thl'<!.

13 First Prize Meda ls Awa rded .

110

W m. S. Kimball & Co.


T. STEE LE & SON, IMPORTERS .\Sl> JEWELERS, 4

7

Main

St.,

H artford,

Conn .

'-,tran~;er' vi,Hing llartford arc con.lially invited to call at thh, the large t and 1110 t cxten-.1\'C c't:tblishmcnt (Boston excepted) in :'\ew England, and exam me the 'aried cull,·ction of arti tic a11d co,tJy good •.

l 1I


RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT No. 1 CIGARETTES. 'igarette

'moker who are ~Yilling to p,ly a little more for Cig:u-ettes than the price charged for the orclinar~ trade Cig:u-cttcs ~Yill find the

I~iclliTI011d

Straigl1t Cut No. OTHER~.

SUPERIOR TO ALL 11n \'

11u

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1

II~n\1

1111

BriJ~llt c~t. ~I o.

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We usc the genuine French Rice l'apcr. of uur own direct i111portation. which i, made cspeciallv for us. ~Yater marked with the name of the hrand-R!C IL\[ ON I) STR.\](;IlT CUT, ?\o. t-on each Ci!-!:arettc, ~Yithout ~Yhich none arc genuine. H<t~e imitation. of this brand have been put 0n "ale.' and C'i~arctte ·mokers are autioned th.tt this is the old and original Lr.tnd, and to ol>set'I'C that each pacbge or l>o'\ of

RI CII 10 D

STR IGHT Ill'~~:

CuT

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I'IIF 'ill.:\ I II IH 01·

ALLEN & GINTER, ;._ [ A • ' U 1 A • T U R E R S,

RICHMOND . \J,n,

\l.1nufacturer' of tit< llr\l.:riE. RIP,

RILII\IU:\U

ld '1.

< ll'l R 1

l't 11

and

A. 1.11 11.1

CJ<,\~LIH. and ]{1!11'1>'-'l>l;l,l. ltiU.Y r·tl. 1)11> i.O'Ot;

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DiainOilcls. Gold Watcl1e RA~E

AND

DESIGNS IN RICH JEWELRY

l-V /1 iC' 11 a1• ~ an equaled in qnaliLtJ r;na nLily hy any J ew-elry esLabLis!l7nenL in the Late .

anrL

. \l so the largest assortment of

SJLVER AND SILVER PLATED WARE, BoT.H

ORNAME

1:1 o·ant Marbl

Pi

TAL A

o

UsEFUL.

Clock., " itll Side to Match.

CA NDELA BRA AND SCONCES IN UL TilE LATE'T .'HADE. OF BROX7.E. nld anrl • i( l re r H eu.ded Cu n es, saiLa b/ P j'or· Jn ·e. entation . ( 'all

.tnd

ex:unint: our slock

bdore

p

1n

h tsing

elsewhere.

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D

SI£IRT -1£AR:ERS. Q en t)

and

F o1v n es BroLhers ·

GL0 17ES. Welch, Margetson & Co. 's Neckwear and Specialties.

llen) Solly

· C/ o. s

UNDERWEAR. 65 AND 67 ASY LUM STREET.


W. F. WHITTELSEY &CO., MERCIIANT

TAILORS, Nos. 34, 36 and 38 Asylum Street.

ILRO D ,_riCKETS, W est and South

jl) r_ri(路k t '

'\<LlfiHl To and I rom

l ~urope,

Charleston, , ;nannah and

California. lr.INJJ

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LAS.

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SHOES,

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AISHBERG'S SHOE STORE, . 379 :\IAL

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PAID UP CASH CAPITAL,

Pl edged as a mp k Seet11 it y for the h o n e~t ad mi n i:,tra tion of th e

SAFETY FUND SYSTEM. The ~\F E T\" F t The ~ EtTIU

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(limi ted to

r ,ooo,ooo) furni she

perfect sec urity.

C!l . o f H artfo rd , ' t.. Trustee of the Fund.

Life Insu ran ce at Less than

Half t he Old

Rates.

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TilE STUDENTS'

Billiard Parlors, 2 6 2 MAIN STREET.

MAT. H. HEWINS,

Proprietor.

- +Lanrest and Best

ppoint d Rooms in the city.

First-Class Tabl es

and

Centlemanly

.\Lte ndant s.

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FoT'ei{Jn

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0 1 1.

and


ALLYN HOUSE,

CoR . oF

AsY LUM AND TR U MBULL ST s .,

five Minutes walk from Depot.

R. J. ALLYN, Pro r i to1.


WEDDI~G

INVITJTIONS

CORRECT IN STYLE.

DEMPSEY &CARROLL, A~T

ST} TIO~ERSJ

T I')


E. H}BENSTEIN, PUBLIC CATERER, 269 Main Street,

0

IIARTftYJRD,

Regula?' /)t'nnr>l'. ,fton£

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f . :.J to

::1.

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15Ut .

STATE CAPITOL, e::-;::;iou.

JOH

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MERCHANT TAILOR ' 0.

48

STATE ST ..

HARTFOl{D C NN.

UNDE~ UNITED STATES HOTEL,

S. P. DAVIS, JNSTf\.UCTOR 'i onrn 554

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IN ~-

]JRAWI G n:--< , 11.\R.Tl·O I'I> , CO

. l'REE'l',

120

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HORSFALL & ROrfHSCHILD,

THE TRINITY TABLET Is a tri-weekly, published by the

STuDENTS OF TRINIT Y

C o LLE GE.

ft furni~hes its subscribers with all the current news connected w1th the College, and with the most important cvc::nts of the

ollege World in General. 1t i attractive.: in form and matter, and no pain will be spared to render it worthy of the fa,路or with which it has hitherto been received. The T ,\llLET will he .Tnt to any addrcs upon receipt of the subscription price, "':!.00 per annum. ."pec imen copie. free. Address,

THE TRI

JTY T ABLET.

!lox 398.

H ARTFORD,

CO~N.

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STATIONERY AND ENGRAVING DEPARTMENT.

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GRAVfD l ll\路italions for ommcncement and las.-Day Ce lebratio ns, College Receptions and Social Gatherings, as well as Steel-plate Work of every description for Fraternity usc , Designed with Originality, and Executed in the Highest tyle of .\rt . Our work is carefully Engraved by Hand Process, which is considered to be more artistic and superior in result than the vari us artificial methods now employe<! by many for a flashy effect. Particular attention a!路 is gi\"en to the Designing and Arrangement of Artistic Dance and Exercise Programmes. An examination and careful comparison of our work with that of any other house is sol icited; also, an opportunity of submitting any required designs or estimates. Cor re pondence cordially invited, and Swdenls always mack welcome.

GEO. R. LOCKWOOD & SON, fEs'l'.\lll,li' llED IN

Publishers,

Booksellers,

812

J816.j

Stationers and Engravers, NEw YoRK .

BROADWAY,

J. H. ECKHARDT & CO., :IIA:-.IL"fi'ACTURF.RS OV

-P icture

ALL Kl

DS OF

Fra1nes,

AND DEALERS I

t el En~ravings, Pi cture , Paintincrs Etch., b' mgs, Photoo-raphs, Vvater Colors, a nd Fancy Goods, 235 AND 237 MAIN STREET, HA RTFORo, Co" .

Fin e

Pic ture - framed to order at short notice.

Ten per-cent Discount to

. tudents.

SPORTING GOODS. FoR

FooT-BALL ,

Box1

G

GLOVES,

lNDJA

B ELLS, BASE BALL OR LA wK TEN

'Luns,

Du~m-

IS Goons,

FISHING TACKLE or POCKET CUTLER) ' (,(1

A. EL PO MEl~

10

Y, 216-:2:...0

122

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FASHIONABLE HATTERS, 178 & 180 FIFTH AVE., 1 1 !1路 1 .221>,\ 2 3 1 >~11{1 11' '>.

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179 BR OADWAY , :\l.i \ K <ORTI.I'\IlT

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NEW YORK. 91 4 CHE STN UT ST. , I'll II \IJlo:l.l'lll.l .

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PALMER HOU SE , < II ICA<;O.

IMPORTERS OF

ENGLISH HATS. LEADERS AND r:-;TRODUCERS OF F A SHIONS FO R

GENTLEMEN S HATS. THE OXFORD COLLEGE CAP A SPECIALTY.

LYO 'S

UMB~ELL}S

AND W}LK!N G STICKS.

\ B - In all portio n> of the cou ntry,< .e ntl eme n who would wear co rrec t -.tyl cs of I !.lis m u't see to it that th e abo ve I ra<lc- :\[ a rk is stam ped in, idc the l'I O WI1 .

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FOR

FI NE FURNISHI NGS Of. EVERY DESCRI PTIO N. uo

J"()

B AZA

CONKLIN'

R,

325 MAI N ST R E ET .

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TE . T STYL E

COLL \R S,

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IHRT .,

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alway to be found at the IS.\ 1. .\ .\ R.

H . W .

C ONK LI N .

GOODWIN'S DR UG STOR E. M

f't C

ntrall . Lo ated in th City.

l'ug

tor

HORSE CARS PASS THE DOOR TO THE COLLEGE.

Our .路tock i complete ancl pri

e~ rea~onal)l

'.

L. H . GOODW IN , Pharmacist, XCHAN

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OORNJ.CR .

( _, LARI.. .- & RM TTH

Bool( ar1d Job Print r . F1~sr-CLASS PRJ

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E P~oMPTLY

At Reaso nab le Rat es.

No. 362 MAIN STREET, HUOSO BUILDING, HARTFORD, CON . \:\I I K I路\\

-,,\)!t 1-:1. LI. \ RK.

The " Tablet" Printer .

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'~THE

PARI< AVENUE. ' ....

Occupying the entire front, between 32d and 33d Streets, on Fourth avenue, and covering half the ulock in depth to Madison 1\ 1 <'nue, its lo ation is most central for transient visitor. , and families desiring the quietude of an elegant home; contiguou>; to the most fashionable thoroughfares and with means of qui ·k conn :yanc

to all business centres.

Within eight minutes' walk o(

the Grand Central ]) epot, from which trains depart and arnve from all points, and within five minutes' walk of either the \\'estside or East-side Elevated Railroads. As a structure it is absolutely the only f1re-proof hottl builcltng in the Rooms,

nited ' tate., and its Grand Parlor, Eight Reception

Library, Dinin g Rooms,

and

five-hundred

Sleeping

Rooms, with onnecting Bathing and Dressing Rooms, are by a most ystematic rnethod thoroughly ventilated. urrounding a spa ious Court, with Fountain, ·ummer Garden, Bal onies, and Electric Lights; all its interior Rooms are mo t pleasant while outside ones on its upper noors give extenive l'iews of the Ea t River. Long Island and the suuurbs. \' entil:tting corridor. giving a

hafts intersect at each orner of its :even wide ontinous circulation of pure air throughout

the budding. 1\ number of Family Suires with connecting Bathing !Zooms ha1·c been added this ca on. The H tel is contlu< ted on the American System, and di:pat ·he for accommodati· •ns will re ·ei1·e el'ery attentton. HENRY CLA l R,

L~ ssEE .

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ALEXANDER CURRY, \1,\:-;l F l l" ITRER

OF

FINE CALF

BOOTS and SHOES \

REPAIRING NEATLY

DoNE.

No. 110 Retreat A venue, HARTFORD, CO

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SIR ISAAC NEWTON

SMOKING TOBACCO. ----··~ 4 ~ J ,.._

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We can confid ntly recon'lmenc1 this Tobacco as the Milcle t S1noke in the marlz:et.

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THOMPSON, MoORE &Co., AGENTS.

No . 83 Front Street,

127

NEW YORK.


Invite your attention to a Choice . tock of

ART GOODS complete in all departments.

FRAMING OF ALL KINDS DONE IN AN }RT!STIC MANNE~ Re toring an~ Cleaning Oil Painting" En~raving, , Etc., a pccialtr. Goot>

WORK

AI'\ I>

Coo11

(~non:

AI

] EA. 0:-.1 ,\ HLE

PRICES.

D. A. SPEAR. FLORIST.

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• -d: v fisJ;lunl

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Ll'e e l, llcu·t./'o1 ·d,

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WAl~CHES.

Tiffany & Co., uNION SQUARE,

NEW yORK,

Particularly re 1uest attention to their line of low-priced \Vatches . which they onfidently recon1mencl as the b, t yet produced for the money. Th move1nents are sound, stem-winding anchors, and e1re cas d in 18-kt. gold in vari ty of styles. Each watch is tamped with the name f the house, thereby carrying tt auarantee. Large iz , for gentlem n, l\ledium size, for '' Large " " Ladies, 'mall '' '' '' uts th"

$7 5 65 6o

so

hawing izes and styles of hes, and pattern of chains be worn with them, ent on

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CONNECTICUT Fire li1SL1rai1ce Co., HARTFORD.

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Ca:h Caj)ital, -

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Outstanding Claims,

9 6,6sn8 530.579·So

Reinsuran ce R esen·L·, 1 et

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Net Surplus to Policy Holders,

$1 ,241,644.00

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SEIDLER &MAY ManufaGturrrs an(l Dralcrs in all Kin~ s of

FURNITURE. -

ALSO-

S. &

M A N UF' ACTURE RS UF

M. P ATE:'H

SOFA BED.

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have a ve ry large and salabl e stock of all kinds of Furnitur

Low e

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PL EASE C A LL A

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at the very

Prices. D E XAM !

1-1- and 16 F OR D OI'J>

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STREET,

"!TE THE NEW "TATE HOU "E.


LITHOGRJPHIC P~INTE~S .\:-\0

WOOD

ENGRAVERS.

The Cover of thi . book was printed 1 y us.

I<ELLOGG & BULI<ELEY CO. 175

HA

Pearl Street,

TFORD

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35TH ANNUAL STATEMENT Q}o'

lEJtna Li£ ,JA ,

Tilt-:

Insuran

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Premium Receipt in 1 ~. Interest Receipt in 1 ~. Total Receipts durin~ the year, Disbursements to Policy-holders, and for cxpethe,, taxes, &t'., A ets January I , r 5, Total Liauilitics, Surplu by onn. and '.fa ·s. tanclanl, Surplus by the standard of N.Y., Policies in force Janttary I, I 5, GO,~, G in urin~. l'olicie issued in 1 84, 4,470, insuring

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Co., .;·z, !i

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4 2!l ,749. d 8, .jj I, 6!i0. G5 2!1, 771 '230. 0~

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4, n t ,44:uz 0,4-10,000.00 • ..j. (j():l, 5!11.4 4

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:'>fORGAN G. B 'LKELEY, President. C. \YrnsTLR, Vicc-l're:idcnt. J. L. E:-.-<~1 . 1 I£, Sccretarv. II. \\' . .'r. [oH", \uuarr. G 'RDO • \\'. Rt.;ssELL . .\l.lJ., Consulting l'l;y,icnn. -

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McCLUNIE BROTI-IERS, THE FLORISTS. Alwu,ys lli1 V

a Fi.ne AF:iSOl't Jnent of FLnwcJ'. ' to lDH,k

up into

Boucruets, Baslcets, Society Em ble1ns, Etc. M CLUNIE BKOTUERS

224

A. ylum Street

Orders Recei vccl by Telephone. -

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0. P. SCHLEMMER, \IA'-LFACTI RER OF

Fresh Confections, Cnp~

and Genesee Chocolate A SPECIALTY.

1-l-- Mai

t., 1--IaTtford, Oo11n. T35


- QUENARDEL =Private Stock Champagne. AN E TT RA FI E WI TE co TA l TI G NO BRA DY.

Sol e Impo rters fo r th e

nit d Sta tes a nd C anada.

G. F. HE UB LEIN & BRO., HARTFORD , COi\ N .

CHINA HALL, Jr. We have on ha nd a good upp ly of

PRJ TT'S fiSTRjL DILl AND THE GE N UL'E

STUDY L A M P S, And a full line of Good for Stud nt 路 U e. OuR PRI CEs AR E !. o w ER TH A

ANV

OTHER

I l ots~.

I N THE T RADE.

JOHN F. G RA HA M & CO. , 46 1 Mai n Stree t,

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~tc CfiU~GJI + HU~.NISJiE~S.JtE~

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IN MOSAIC AND JEWELED

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GIG\SS

!Irti"tically Drawn Figures "DI Memorial Il.lark. J'dET1!7Ur·:·WtH~K ·:·DE,SIGNS

N£c5J<>.

&) fVG\ sses

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::dand~·ase1lo _·aS t'Jemnr,,JJS.

•?zc .. 'Jc. 'Jr J:;,

LECTERNS IN VARIETY OF ARRANGEMENTS, &C. fl~s a11d

Banners

Ill Silk an~

Gold

l•'or Sot· ietios . Huat Club·. &c .

. \ '-PEl'I.\.LTY.

New and Original Designs being submilled for all desfred articles. Send for Ill us trated Catalogue by mail.

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BROWN THOMSON HAVE

A

ALII' ~ \ YS

FTJLL A

& Co.

ON llA:-10

ORTMR:NT OF

GE~TLEME~s Fu~NISHING GooDs, AT POPUL A R

Glove

PRICES.

Tie . arf , Collar and Cuff:. IJ o.sicry. Unucr lotl1ing, Handkcrclli ef~. c

BROW No . 39 , 4

THOM ON & CO. 0 and 402 (C 111 '\E\

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B.

BOARDMAN, HACK ,

~IVERY

AND

)3o,ARplNG

STABLE.

OalTi ages 1na.y

lH;

0 l'Ctm路ec1 by 'l"'ol ephone.

1 4 MAIN 81 REET, H i\RT F ORD,

co

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Gemmill, Burnham & Co., n.IPORTERS ,\1'\D T

!LOR ,

\f.\NL' F \ TURERS 01:

FINE ftEADY-MJDE CLOTHiltG, 64-68 I-I

ASYLUM ST.,

RTF

J. R.

RD, CONK.

ARLOw- , DEALER

IN

BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAGAZll\_ES, ~EWSP}PERS, FANCY

3 ._

Gooos. ETc., ETc ..

AsYLUM STREET CIRCULATING

HARTFORD. Co

N.

LIBRARY.

A. MUGFORD

\iVood and Photo Engra\ ing, 63 ASYLUM ST., HARTFORD, CONN . Desig-ns for Collecre Publz'cations a 1Jecz'alty. Careful attent/on gz'ven to all Fraternziy ll'or!.:. 140


ACCIDENTS

\ c ah1 ay~ happ.:ninl{ to those 11 ho ·• Don ' t Travel Much, " a. well a~ to those 1 who clo . '!h e qui.:tesl PROFES:-. 10 ,\Land _JJUS i l'ESS _.\IE~ a~c ns liable as nny others to th e 'I ho u~nnd IJ azarcls of Llf.:, from morn1n1-: till n1ght, a t home 01 abroad.

THE TRAVELERS OF IIARTI•O RIJ,

co::-s.

Which Pays Nearly $3,000 a Day to Accident Claimants.

WHO KNOWS WHEN 'it<:amhoats will . 111k or llurn? Railroad Tra ins will be \\ reeked? Boiler' 01 I nmps will J ~x plodt' ? lforscs will lake !•right and Run : Br icks 01 T imbers wdl Jo' all? Fire Burn or Lighltling Strike? '\I achinery wi ll Cru ·h 01 .\1 angle? Tools or GJa,s will Cut? :plintcrs or ~ails will Wound? Sl1ps or Falls will 11 appen? ll ammcr" and \\' eights will Bruise? Ladder or 'itoging will Cive \\ ~.,.? Annnals 11 ill Kick or Bite? Limbs will J,e Spra111ed or Broken ? Fatal or [lhabhng Injury by .\ cc1dent may be Caused 111 any one of a Thousand Ways? ·' "' N O 0\ L 1, '0 \\''i , the only Safe and. ure w·a1· i to I:\ . URE JX 'I JJE T R \VELER S. '\o Medical Examin;tion Rec1uired.

Costs hut, 5 per year .fo r r ,ooo I nsurance, with 5 \Veekly ln cictnnll), to l'rofe--s1onal and Jlus1nes i\len. Large r ·ums at Proportio nate Rates. Has Paid over $12o,ooo Accident Claims, or OVER O NE IN NINE of all Insured . lla l'.nd mu

·u J \\I I

J:.-11' \

10,250 ooo to 1t' l'oliey-lluldt'rs.

' 11.\RCE fur E 'I'OI'E. \

" C, II \ I I ER. U '\. l'rc idcut

'J R.\U':L anti 1'1·

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BICYCLES AND

TRICYCLES. .... -

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STORRS & CANDEE, No. 300 ASYLUM STREET, AGE

HARTFORD, CONN .,

TS FOR

RUDGE, ROYAL MAIL. EW VICTOR. HARVARD. SANSPARIEL, AMERICAN STAR

BICYCLES, AND TilE

VICTOR RUDGE. A

D

ROYAL MAIL

TRICYCLES.

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BIOYC_LE

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.\1 o a Large ,\ sortm ·nt of :econd-lland ~Iachin s at LO\\' Pric s.

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vVILLIAM H. POST & CO., 428 fiND 430 MAl~

ST., H}~TFOfUJ, Co~~

ARTIS,lliC

House -A:\D

DECORATI NG A

SPECIALTY.

Cal] ets, c -u rtains, D OI'cltions, P ap r I-Ia11ging .

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UR a so rtment i always large and \路aried in tyle and (ju.ality.

O

Our stuck is ne\路er so low but that the most difficult and

fa tiJiou~ can find much to admire and tempt them . Goods cheerfully shown at all times, and all article;, guaranteed a~ recommended.

\\路e solicit an e:\amination of

Carpets. Paper Hanging, D<~ oration:. Curtain , ~l alting , Oil CJoth~, 1"\ t1cr:, E1 . \~

M. H .

PO~'r (_~ 1

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~116 P~lmPGOr?

mFG. GOmPOrLY.

000 K /\ NO jO B P RINT CR~

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Dn elopes, Rued ~ P lai P apers, G lan~. G oo~s. and

P ne 3 iotionerv

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BOOKS AND STATIONERY . ..........

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& GRC)S8 I nv ite att enti on to th eir Large .' tac k of

ELEG}NTLY ILLUSTRJ~TED BOOKS, I_.Ji brary Boo l(s, CH ILD REN'

!lOOK ,

THEOLOGIC.-\L BOOK 路, BIBLE' ANI) PRAYER BOOK路, SCI! )OL HOOK,

11LA

K 13001..:: , :'lll ~ PCA:\TILE BOOK, FI~E

'TATIONERY, J>HOTOGR .-\ PH ALB U \1 s, &c .

R RO IV.V0"" GR05;Sare tt(l'lllsjor JOHN A. LO IVR!J,0"" CO.' ,<.', (Boslo11)

WEDOI GGOODS, VISIT! GCA~OS, Fl ESTATIO ERY. 77

AND

79

AsvLuM

STRE E T.

HARTFORD, CONN.


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