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TRINitY CoLLEGE. TTS College has no medical, law , di\-i·n.ity, or other ;Jt:ofessiot:al,. sch~ol .or clcp•trtment connected wtth tt; but tt ts Jlllcncled to gl\e .a Ltbetal Education, adapted t fit young men to enter most advantag~ously .upon the study of the Learned Professions after graduation. By a Ltbcral bducatwn ts meant a non-professional education, conrlucted without reference to any future particular profession, calling, or special pursuit on the part of the student 111 questton, and destgncd not to make men specially clergymen, lawyers, phystctans, solcltcrs, merchants, or engineers, but so to train and educate the mental faculties. as lo put th m into their most efficient condition, and to qutlify a student to enter wtlh success upon the study of any of the professions, or upon any other pursuit in life.

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EXrENSES. The amount of the Treasurer's bills each year is as follows · Tuition, Room-rent for each person, from 100.00 to rncitlentals, I! eat, Total from

~2-1-2.00

to

._ too.oo 25 .00 30.()()

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so

-. !67. so

Board is furnished in the College Vining-hall at +·50 per 11·eek. Students ma,. obtnin board at private houses in the neighborhood, at rates grcnler or less ns tlley may desire. To this must be ac1clecl laundry charges, together ,,-ith the expense of books, furniture, clothing, trm·el, and society fees, \\·hich ,·ary according to U1e taste and habits of the student, and of which no c~timate can be gi,·en.

SGH8l1ARSHIPS. The amount of the Treasurer's bills ean be eonsiclerably reduced to holders of scholarships. The income of thc~e scholarships, which arc of different values, 15 placed to the credit of students of limited means, and serves to meet the charges for tuition and room-rent in "·bole or in part. For holders of scholar:hips remitting lhe cnlire ch~u·gcs for tuition and room-rent the Trcantrer's bill is reduced to .p .so; and the necessary expenses of such students' including board and other personal items, will not exceed 250 01~ 300 a year. .'

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R08MS AND BUILDINGS . The new buildings were commenced in J, 75· They arc thoroughly drained, well vcnlilatcd, and unsurpassed for convenience and comfort. In 1 S1 the :\'ortham g-ateway was begun, ancl the western side of the great quadrangle is now t•omplc.tccl. Easy access from the city is secured by means of street-cars nmning to the College grounds. An excellent athlclic grounc1 is provided for ball playing ancl other nut-door sports; there arc also sc\·cral tennis courts, and an cxccllcnl gymnasium. ::\lost of the moms arc arranged so as to provide for two students rooming together, a common study, all(] separate bed-rooms. All the rooms and hall-ways arc heated by steam, and \'entilalion is secured by open fire-places . 'Vater is carried to C\'cry floor. The silo of the builcling is remarkable for its healthfulness.

NEW B<:IILDINGS. THE

GYMNASIUM

AND

ALUMNI

HALL.

The new C~ymnasium and Alumni ll all (or Theatre) stands lo the cast of the proposed north quadrangle near th e drive-way from Ycrnon Street, and faces the west. lt is substantially built of brick laid in red mortar, with a finish of Portland sandstone. Th frontage is fifty-six feet, and the length one hundred ami six feel. The entrance is at the level of the running track of the gymnasium ; from the ycstibulc ample stairways lead down to the latter and up to the theatre, which has a. seating capacity of soo. The equipment of the gymnasium embra cs modern apparatus, and the latest patent appli ances in this department. An instructor in athletics is in charge of the building.

" lf\E JARVIS f\ALL 9f SCIENCE. " This building is buill of brick in early French Roman esque style, and is two stories high with a basement, ha\"ing a frontag of sc\·cnly-ninc feet, and a depth of sixty-five feel. The angles of the building arc emphasized by large ycntilaling turrets, which not only scr\'C a pmclical purpose, but add greatly lo the breadth of the wall-mass. The main object in constructing this building has been lo make ample pro\'isions fell· laboratory work in chemistry ancl physics. The physical laboratory will be equipped with a dynamo and engine, and the rooms have been arranged with special reference lo making facilities for practical work as complete as possible. The equipment in the chemical laboratory is such as 1s required for g-ood \\'01-k in qualitative and quantitative analysis and assaying.

CAIALOGt1ES. Catalogues and Examination Papers may be h:td on application to the Secretary .. t the Faculty. For Scholarships and general information, application should be madc to the President. (;corge \\'illiamson Smith. (3)


THE

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M anaging Editor.

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OR sev ml months the eclitm·s of the h \' have been eagerly looking- forward to th

time when nothing would remain to be clone, before presenting the

book to the public, save the prefixing of a short editol'iaL

:\ow,

how-

ever, that this eagerly anticipated time is at hand we find ourselves in a state of greater perplexity than ever.

ln the former pm·t of our undertaking nothing other

than an insinuating manner and plausible reasoning was necessary to ensure a greater or less amount of su ·cess, but we recognize in our present task an urgent demand for a much higher intellectual quality, the genius of originality. Lacking .the same conficlen e with reference to our creative power that we had in regard to our persuasive abilities, we find ourseh·es utterly at a loss.

Prevented,

on the one hand by our natural modesty from praising the result of our own efTorts, we arc, on the other, clisinclined to submit ourselves to that sever st of all forms of comment, self-criticism.

II ~l\· ing

then no subject matter for an editorial, and

recognizing fully our complete inability to evolve material from our inner consciousness, we can only express the hope that our endca1·ors to b1;ng out an J \

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should reflect credit upon the college antl upon ourseh·es have 1 cen to some extent suect•ssfuL

l t is with this hope, and that our work may recei,·e , a calm ancl fair

criticism which shall benefit not only us but all future editors, that we present th<.; I 1 1 of Ninety-One.

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Tlmrsday. Christmas Term begins. l·i·iday. All Saints' Day. Holiday. Tlmrsriay. Thanksgiving-] )ay . Friday. Christmas Examinations. Salm-riay. 1lfouday. Tuesday . IV<·dJII:sday. Thursday. A ppointmcnl of Touccy Scholar. Christmas Va<!ation begins.

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Tltt•sday. Examinations for Admission begin. Thursday. 'hristmas Term begins. Tut·sday. Christmas Term ends.

In I <J0-91 the Christmas Yacation will be two

week~.


RE tJIREMENTS FQR A BMISSIGN. I.

COURSE IN ARTS.

CanclidaLC.$ for arlmission to the Freshman hooks:

'lass arc examined in Lhe follo\\"ing

GREEK .

(;rammnr (H adley o1· Gooc.h,·in). Xenophon: Anabasis, four Books. 1[omcr: lliad, three Books, with Prosocly. Prose Composition (jones or \\'hite : the exercises 1n the first half of the book). fl islory of ()rcece. (The translation of average passages, not pre\"iously read, from Xcnophon ancl H omer, \\'ill be accepted as an alternative lo the ahon•-menlioncd quantities in these authors.J LATIN.

Grammar. Caesar: () al lic ' Var, four Books. \'irg il : Aeneid , six Books , wi th Prosody. ' icero: T h Orations aga inst Catiltne, and that for the Poet Archias. Prose Co mposition : Translation into L at in of a passage of connc<.:lecl English narrati,·e, based upon some passage in Caesar's Gallic \Yar. R oman ll istory: Outlines, to the death of :\I arew; Aurc.:lius (Creighton). Ancient ficography . Candidates arc also examined al sight upon a\·cragc passages from Caesar's works, from \ 'irgil's Aeneid and Ovid's ~ l ctamorphoscs, and from Cicero's Orations. MATHEMATICS .

Arith met1c , including the :\[ elric System. '\ lgeb ra, through R adical,.; and Quadratic Equations , together with Proportion, l' rogTessions, ancl the Binom ia l T hcor m . P lane (; nmetry. ENGLISH.

Each cancliclatc is required lo write a short English composition, COITect in spelling, punctuation, grammar, division by paragraphs, and expression, upon a subject :t111H>utH: cd at the lime of the examination. ln 1 C)O the subject will be chosen from 2

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. ·k·. ShakesiJC'trc·~ fu//us Caesar am1 Jfirlsumlll<'r ,\'irrltl'l}). '· ,.r. · ' J,oJwfl:llow',; · . I.til<'; "'lacaul:J.y's , -~ · 1, 11 lt'mn. e ollmnng w01. ,.. . l(zJ·t· .,,,,angt' ;~·ssaJ• L ' f lh' l : l re's 1/Cil'il 1 • ' 11 ' ,., • ' .. Co e1IC g · 1 . , ;;il'r/illt Humorists; \Vebstcr s hrsl llunkrr-J/i/1 0. 1()J·d . 11 ./. '~'; Thackelays ·' · George l~hol •. ,s Sdas .. 11 • Jftr r l!t'r; llawlhorne's JJ,o11111 • • . }'Jit/. ard. C 7' 1 Scott's Qltt'll 1til ' , • se of ~. ... u ·~vffl Gabks d' t . ·ill aHo be rcqutred to cnttc1se sp c1mcns o_f English compos,·t1.111 Each can'fh 1c1a e\·orks " •from · which the subJect . of the compo!'1t1on will be cho en 1 .11' :\o'I'E-e ' · ll e following years arc : . 'l ··'·espe•tre's julius Carsar and Jfrrclianl oF T'nui:c · Cole .. 1 1 In J 91: 1""' · ' · _ . • ~ • lltoo's . l[ · , .. Longfellow's /~1'll"J:dml'; :-Iacaulay s J~ssay on Lord (.'/~ Anru•nl , ' c·ann' 1jjunhr-Jfd/ ' , . Ora/tOll, . . h .\.·mg •s. ..Jf'tttl/1101 '. a,. • colts •. Old !fort IJ r'c· Websters ' J a s f .r . ' a y·' 1 1 . El' t' "i/af Jfanlt'l" H awthorne's 1 ousc o lit<· .'>t7't'll c;ablt•s George . IO s - akCS\)earc's . ' , . C.arsar . . tl; . Scott's. lftz,- 11 ju!iltS and ,..fs ) .Ott !.?!.:,· n J 92: ·Sl1 · ' · . . . . , .. · ' mn • , ,rtslti" oif ,)Jilt-s .S/a!llfls/1; Acld1.son s .'>11.· Roger rlt' Ct)71trlt•v p p · I Longe ows •·11• 1' _ . .. · ... a <rs· , hrsl Jlunkrr-JI1'//' f III ,•. Second Essay of tht: /:..arl 1if Clurtlwm; . C' . . 1• 1. , . . 1\ ,acau a) s , ,. • . Oration,· Irving's Alhambra; Scotts 7 a 1tslllilll, ,-eoJgc :!. JOl s .)ants from Cle?-ra!

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17

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vVebstcr'~

11/,..

Hawthor ne's House of t!te .. c7!i'll (!a/Jil's. : Shakespeare's .fuliu~ Ca·:~ar and. 7~udfl~t , Vt~t:·ltf; S_coll's .Jfanllnn; 1 93 CourtshiP of J/tlt'S .~l~ndtJit, ~dcl1sons .'-.t! J, O,f;t'l' de C.MII'rit')' J'ajJtrs; Longfellow's , ·'s s .,-o d Fssa)' 011 tlu• Earl of Lltallllllll; hmcrson's .·lmcni·an ,.. , 1 ,, acau a\ . 1• 11 .,,,,o II" ' 1 · '1 · J.·,· /clt BMk · , coil's /111!111/llc; Dickens's Dtwtd Coppajidrl '• · I r\'mgs -

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II. COURSE IN LETTERS AND SCIENCE. The requirements for admission arc the same as in the 'nurse in Arts, with the omi. sion of rreek and extempore Lalin translation.

Ill.

COURSE IN SCIENCE.

Candidates for the oursc in Scicrce arc examined in ?\[athcmatics and in En ish as for the Course in Arts, with the addition of Algebra from Progres1o"ion. to lh. Tbeory of Equation:, Solid Geomelr?·· and Plane Trigonometry, and Trench's Stu/; of Words ( upplee s ctht10n); also 1n the Ill tory of the Umtctl 'latcs, and in six 1 books of Caesar's Gall . ic W. ar (or three bo ks of Caesar and thr e books of \ 'i l.. p .s Aeneid), together w1th L atm Grammar and the clements of Latin Composition.

IV.

COURSE IN LETTERS.

The requirements for admis,;ion arc the same ns in the

'oursc in Arts, \\'ith the

omission of Greek. Copies of papers u~cd at the Examinations in 1 f) arc printed al the cncl of the Catalogue, copies of which may be hacl on application to the Prcsi<lcnt or Secreary of the Faculty.

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TRINIIV

CouuEGE

1890.

SEN 1\ IUS 1\C/\DEMICUS. VISITORS.

The The The The The The The

H.t. Rl. Rl. Rt. Rl. Rt. H.L.

Rev. R eY. RcY. Rev. Rev. Re,·. Rev.

Ttl!. C11 \'\CI·.; l.llR, :'llicldletown, Conn. Tllu\t \s ~I \I(U I Ct \Rh, D.l>. , LL.D., ProYiclcm:e, R. I. 1 I1 """ .\1>.\\ls ::\'tt 1 \', 1>.1>., Porllan<l, :'lie. \\.tlll.\\1 11. 1\. Bt~s t·tl., 1l.D., Burlington, \'l. \\' ti.tl\\1 \\'ooi>Rltt Xtt.t-:.·, D.D., Concord, :-1. II. Bt 'J·'"'" llt '>RY P \lli)Cl( "· )).JJ., Boston, i\lass. IIE:o-R\' C"mt" l'"rt FR, D. D., LL.lJ., Xcw York City. CORPORATION. Chancel lor:

The IU. Rev. ]"'" W11tt \\Is, IUJ., LL. IJ. , ~liddletown, Conn. The Re,·. The l'Rt·.Sti>L'> 'I ot· 1111 Cllt.l.t:<a,, t'X t'./JiCit' l'resiclent, llarlford. TheRe,-. E. En\\'.\tu >s H1:.\t<Psu.v, IJ.I>., LL.D. , 1\'e,,· llm·en, Conn. The Rc\'. (;LuR<.E II. CL\RK, l>.D .. Hartford. \\'tl.l.l \\I C. PE't ERS, ,\f. A., Boston, ?II ass . .Rtci!AtW \ \'. ll. ] .\R\ts, i\1.1\., !Iarlforcl. Ctt.\RI Ls J. IluADt.Y, :\I.A., .•;,•,rdary, Hartford. (;EutH.t: BEACII, Esq., ITartforcl. The Rt. Rev. BE:o-j .\\11'\ II. P . \ll!loc ·~o:, J>.D., Boston, ~lass. The Rev. Gt-:oRc:E S. ?IL\i.I.URY, D.D., ?\ew York City. The li on. D\\t<.ttT \\'. P\RIJFI, LL.D., Hartford. Ctt \IUI·s E. GR \YF.·, ~I.A. , 7i·,·asun·r, ::\'ew ll:l\·cn, Conn. '!'he Rt. Rev. \\'tttl.\\1 \\'. ::\'111 s, l>.D., Concord, :-1. II. The Rev. S .\'>FURJJ ] . liotn "", D.lJ., Cheshire, Conn. The Rev. \\'ti.l.l.\\1 ' 1'\tt.on;, lJ.IJ., ,'tamford, Conn. \\'tttt \\1 Il.\\IEKSIJY, :\I.A., ll arlford. The Rev. llt.:->KY A. 'on, !J.D., Concord, :\. II. j\\tt:s h LKS LEWis, l\r.A., ?\ew London, Conn. Lt Kt: A. L ot'K\\UOD, :'ll.A., l\ew York City. The Rev. Ft<,\:->tts (;ootl\\ '"· i\1.1\., Hartford. \\'11 .11 \\1 E. Ctrnrs, ?>I.A., ?\ew York City. ]. 1'11 Rl'oYt :\loRe:'", Esq. , Xcw York City. \V. A. ?>!. \\'·""'' Rt<:IIT, ?>f.i\., ?II.D., lT arLford. RIJHLRT II. Cou.~rA;o;, B.i\., Cornwall, Pa. ( II )


fAG 11tV. Tm:

REI'.

GEORGE \\'!LLIA?IIS ='I 'i>Il'l'li, D.D., LL.J)., Hobart Proft•ssor of .1/dajltysics. 115

TilE

Vernon Street (omcc,

13

PKESlllE:-.T.

Seabury Hall).

REY . TIIO:ILAS R. PYNCIIO:-.l, D.D., LL.D., Bro7ilndl Professor tif .lforal Philosoph)'·

90 Vernon Street.

'l'm: Rr:v. S.\:IIUEL llAWl', U .U., Professor of flu· Lal1i1 .f.anguaJ.tC and Lilt•ralurc. Jarvis Hall.

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TilE REI' . I 'HO::\' 'l'. HECKWI'l'li, Pn. U., Professor of 1/w Crt•,·/; .f.anguagc and Lill'ralun·. , 4 Seabury Hall.

TilE REI' . FLAVEL s. LUTHER, ill.A., Sl'abury Professor of ,1/a/lil'llllllics aJI(i • 1stronomy; and St·crdary. 74 Vernon Street.

TilE REI' . JIENRY FEH.Gl'SON, 1\l..A., .\ 'or/ham Professor of !fislory and J'olitti·a/ Soi·na. 123

Vernon Street.

CHARLES FREDERICK JOIINSO~, ill.A., Professor of Englt'slt .f.ilcralurL". 6c) Vernon Street.

TilE

REI.

JOHN

J. McCOOK, ?>LA.,

J'roft•ssor of ,llodcrn Languag,·s. 114

)lain Street.

\H I. L lSPEr ARD ROHH, Pu.])., Professor of Physics. 21

Jarvis Hall.

ROBERT· BAIRD RIGG ', Pn.lJ., Sl:o<,z'll Prof•·ssor of Clicmislry and 1\'atura/ .SOt'J/(t'. 15 Seabury Hall. ( 12 )


TilE Rl. REI. JOII?\ \\' l LLlA:I I S, ll.ll., LL.ll .. f _,•c/url'r 011 JlisloiJ'· ~tiddletown.

WILLIA:Il A. l\1. WAIXWRIGH'l', :I!.A., :IU> .. f.t•clun:r 011 .,-lnalomy and l'hyn(J/o,t:y. 453 :-Jain Street.

WILLIAJ\1 IIA:IIER LEY, 1\l.A. , Lcclun•r 1111 /.aw. 372 )lain Street.

CHARLES D . SCUDDER, ~I.A., :I I. D., Lee/ m·cr on ff)•glt'llt'. New York City.

CHARLES DUDLEY \YARXhR, L. I I.D. , Lalurcr 1111 Engl/s!t Lilt>rrzlurc. 37 Forest Street.

EDWIN C. J II:l'\SON, 21>, B.A. , Jnslruclor i11 Jlfrzlht•nl(!/L(·s. 6r

Torthan1 Towers.

F'REDERI K II . BEERS, B.S ., .,-Jssista11L i11 the Cftt'JJI!(·,z/ a11d Physical J.aboraloni·s. 6 Jarvis Jlall.

FREDER ICK C. ROBERT 'OJ:\, M.A., Jnslrudor in Elocution. H osmer Hall.

IJERBERT W. COXN, Pu.D., Jnslrudor i11 ,\ 'a/ural Scic11cc . :.Iiddletown.

\\' JLLI,\ l\ 1 R. MARTIN, Pu.D., fnslrudor

1i1

,Jfodcrn /.anguag,·s.

Northam 'rowers.

UR I E L II. SPENCER, Assisla11/ Librm·ian. N ortham Towers.

The slated meetings of Lhe Facully arc held every Friday morning at eleven o'clock . ( 13 )


BoARD oF fELLO\JS. P resident.

TIIE CIIAXCELLOR OF 'l'liE

'O LLEc; E.

F ellows.

GURDOX \ \'. R1JSSELL, :-LA. , :\f.D. CHARLES D. SCL'DDER, :\f..\. , :\LD. FRAXRLIX 11. FOWLER, :\f.A. TilE REI' . LUC!l'S \\'.\TER;\!t\X , ;\I.A.

Tm; R~:r. (;EORGE \\'. ])01JCL\SS, D. lJ.

EDWARD V. i\PPLE' l'O?\ , B.A. Jun ior F e llows .

F. \\'. JL\RRDTA::\", i-l. J\. \\'lLLIA:\[ C. SKI:'\?\ER, :\LA. PERC\' .'. BR\',\::\'1', :\I.A. Til~; REI J. H. B.\RBOl'R, :-LA. Tm. REI'. JOlT:\' T. II1J:\'TIXCTO . ', :-I. A. Tm; REI' . JOll?\ J. :\ll 'OOK, :\LA. TilE REI

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Pr eside n t .

JOlT:\' II. S. Ql'lCK, ;\L\. V ice- Pr eside n t .

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BR \UY E. B.\CK\..'S, D.D. S e cr eta ry.

(;EORGE L.

C~)OKE,

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Tr eas ure r.

110\\'.\ IW C. \'lHBERT, :-I. , \ . S t andin g Comm i ttee .

Tm; PRESIDE:\'!'. 'l'IIE TRE,\S1JRER. ]. CLE \'EL,\ :'\IJ C.\ IJY, ~!.,\. '1'111:: REI.

Tm R1.1 . .'A:-ICEL llART, I>. I!.

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S e cretary.

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Executive Committee . I >R. \V. I>. :'lloH t:l"\, '72.

H.11. S.

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REV.

J DIES

::'l[tt.CIIAIIEY, D .D.

1st \'icc-President, T11mr 1s ::'11. L. '!!RY:Tir·:, i\ l . U . 2d \'ice-President, Rt-:1·. BK.Itn· E. B .1c~.; l s, 1). l ). 3cl \'ice-President, " '1u I.Dt E. CtR'tts. 4th \'icc-President, tt.\tU.t:s D. S 'l iHJER, ::'If. D. Secretary, C11 \Rt.Fs S. Cot E~rA:-.. 'J reasurer, 1Tt-::-;RY P. B .IRTT.£'1. The Annual Meeting of this Association ts held on the last Thursday of April. The constitution ancl by-laws prO\·iclc: That the members of the Association shall consi,;t of Alumni residing- in the City of l'\ew \'ork, and in the immediate 1·icinily, :mel n.ny former student,; of Trinity Colle~e. whether graduates or not, being residents of the city or neighborhood, may be elected members by the \ ssociation or by its Excculii'C Committee. Any g-radun.tc of the 'ollege may of his own right be present at any meeting of the A,;sociation, but no graduate shall ha1·e the right to \'Ole or to lake any part in the busines!; of the .\ssociation unless he be a member thereof. ( 15 )


PHil1ADEI.1PIIIA ASSOGIIrneN

Al1trMNI.

QF

OFFICERS , 1890. President.

Ho:--. 1' 1\ .-\ C IL\ZLEIIFRST, LL.D.,

S ecretary .

Vice-President.

J.

'2 .

SYDNEY G. FTS ITER ,_

E\\' l~, ~!EARS , :\!.D., '58.

4

402

19·

\ Vnlnut . trect, Philndelphia.

Executiv e Committee.

\\'!LLTAJI DRA YTO~ , ';1. \' 0.:\EY

,

IT. G< RDO~ ;\f ·COU TT , '; s. F ISHER, '79·

PITTSBURG AssociATION QF

ALuMNI.

OFFICE RS, 1890 . Presid ent .

REI',

w . R. R. MACKAY,

'(Ji:

Secretary.

Vice-President.

JOIT:'-1 D. ~! cl.:E.:\:"h\:-1 , '76.

Treasurer.

LEWIS :11.

w/\SHINGTON

\\' ILLTA:I! R. BLATR, 'is .

PLU~rER ,

'7-+·

AND BALTIMORE AssociATION QF ALUMNI. Presid e nt.

E.

~1. l~ALLAl:DET,

LL.D. , '59.

C ALIFORNIA AssociATION QF President.

ALuMNI.

OFFICE RS, 1890. Secretary.

Rf:L A. L. BREWER , '53.

JA:IrES \\'HEELER, 'sJ. ( 16)


t::l NBER6RA00AJES.

3

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SEN! R C l1 ASS.

Cuss CoLORS-. 'almon !'tid路 and P<'acod: l:lhtt'.

Cuss YELL- On<'路 Two- Tltrrt, X and C.

Boom-ralt- Room-rah _ Tri;H~I)'.

OFFICERS. Christmas Term.

Trinity T e rm. ~ r e P.

President,

E.

ts! Viu-Prt"Sidml,

J.

S.

LITTEL L,

2d l'ia-l'rtsitlntl,

c.

S.

GRIS\\'OI. li,

路arelar)',

R. ?li e .

Tnasurcr,

IT. H.

Chronic/a,

R.

McCooK,

BR.\Il\,

B.\RIIER,

LI路: B . L\' :\('11,

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R . .\I cC. A. 'l'.

BRADY.

GES:\ER.

IV. ?llcCox 11I E. \V. E. A. lkumi.E\'.


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MEMBERS. ~A;\11•: .

1{01)'1.

I<.E S IIH: ~ c l.;.

/Vasltington, .\ '. C. /)droit, ,lftdt. J\ '<' 7t' J 'or!.- City. 1 fartford. Oak Ifill, .\'. Y. Cinaiwati, 0. . ·oullt Amboy, 1\'. .f. 1fyd,, Pari;, .\'. J'. TVct!tcrsfldd, Conn. Concord, 1\ '. 11. 1Vilmiugton, !Jd. !lrook lyu, Con11. 8os ton, Jllass. !Jd roz't, Jl1 ich. Tn')', 1\'. Y. Hartford. !Jartford. JVort !t. A dams, .llass. Clc1Jc/and, 0. Jlm·tford. Boston, 1~fass. 1)ctroit, ;lfic h. Hartford. 37 Troy, !\'. Y. Stymour, Comt.

Jicnry Hobart Barber, Robert l\fcClcllan<l Brady (s) , Erastus Brainard Bulkelcy (s), Wm. Eliphalet Adams Bulkclcy (1.. s.). Theodore Lathrop Chcritrce, Gilbert Payson Coleman, Thomas Anderson Conover, Anthon Temple Gesner, Clifford 'landish Griswold, Robert Hamilton Hutchins, John Stockton Littell, Ri,•erius ]\fanning Luther (1.. s.), Robert LeBlanc Lynch, George Thurston l\fac..1.uley, Warren 1\ fcConibe, Eel ward McPherson reCook, John Butler 1\lcCook (1.. s.), Guy \Vilbur Miner, \Villiam I ressey, William IJ any Chichele Pynchon, George \},'inthrop Sargent, Philip Smith, Uric! Heber Spencer, George Thornton \ Varren, John Williams,

'>' -)

J.

II .

17 S. II. I j

9

J6 J6 IJ

s. II.

J. fl. J. If. J. 11. J . n.

CJs X.

rr.

51 X. J. J) 37 J. s6 N.

T. 1 T. H. T. 32 J. H . 9 J. II. 27 ]. II. II.J- l\f ain St. IJ.j. ?~lain St. 25 J. H. 52 N . T. 62 N . T. 33 J. II. 43 J. I l. \~' as bington St. 29 J . H. 6 J . H.

FORMER MEMBERS. J'o1•k City. Brooklyn, 1\'. Y. llartford. I Vora ster, J!ass. !Vtst Hartford, Co1111. Hartford. Troy, N. Y.

J ohn Reginald Blake, Rollin Ashley Brc kinridgc, William Edward Heublein, Ira Sturte,·ant Howe, . Theodore McEwen Hyde, Allen Buller Talcott, . \Villiam Henry \ Van·en,

.i\'e1v

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JUNIGR CLASS.

Cuss Y~ett.- Jh~yt~yi!

X-C-1- 7~R-l-N-J-7~ V!!

OFFICERS. Trinity Term.

Christma s Term .

Prt•sido·nt, 1Sl

Vicc-Prcstllo·nt,

\VRILII r,

c. II.

TALCOTT.

c. H.

TALCOTT,

(~.

IIA)II.IN .

G. N.

!IA~ILli\,

T. P.

i\ 1.

R.

\V. I I.

11. I

Cltronidcr,

~l cCuLLUCII,

ARRJSJI,

C. II.

Yot::-iG,

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TJIURST0:-1.

\V. C.

lii CK · .

C. II.

Y oU:-iL.

Jl.

~Cl l ))J)ER.


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MEMBERS. :0:

IU:SIUr::<u:.

HtHJ . 1,

.')njfidd, CO/Ill.

Suffield.

. \~tl-; .

Sl phen Howard Alling, ~. ),

Frank l\larshall Barber (1..

!'aw lnd·cl, R. /.

5• N.

rr.

John Bird Burnham,

l V/lmin g I ou,

vVilliam Hooper Coster (s.),

Pillsbun;h, Pa.

16

J.

Edward Bronson Finch,

(;rl'Cnficld, ilfass.

I I

J. IT.

Arthur Collins Graves,

J\ ',•w Jfavcn, Conn.

.p

J.

Arthur Leslie Green,

Chicago, Ill.

lrenus Kitlridge Hamilton,

Jr.

(s.),

(;eorge Newell Hamlin, William Cleveland Il icks,

Jr. ,

f) d.

59 Allen Pl.

2

II.

IT.

]. IT.

Cluca.t[o, Ill.

31 J. II.

.Nc~v

37

J.

H.

18

s.

II.

11

J. Il.

York C/ly.

Sn m mit, l'l.

J.

Frederick Reed Hoisington (r.. s.),

Cov.·nlry, Conn.

Harry Howard,

liar !ford.

Jsaae \\'ayne Hughes,

Chocowtizz!y, N .

William

CJl Asylum

't.

25

J.

Il.

(Jlastonbury, Com1.

39

.J·

II.

hdward Rulledge Lampson, Jr. ,

vValcrbury, Conn.

20

Edwin Franklin Lawton (s.),

West Chesllirc, Couu.

40 ri T.

William II ugh McCulloch,

Collonwoori, La.

15

Herbert Parrish,

CraJUl Rajtds, Jl1ich.

55

Vidor Cox Pedersen,

1Vcw Yor!.: Cz"ly.

51

'anford Kingsbury (s.),

Hartford.

' olin Scott Pitblado (sP.), ( 2I)

c.

214

J . H.

J.

II. 'l'.

l .

High

'1'. 't.


RE:IDI::X CI::.

X.\.11拢.

R OO~ !.

Litchfit:ld, Conn.

John Fields Plumb, Ernest Albert Pressey,

120

Sigourney St.

/eve/and, 0.

Lucian \Vatcrman Ro rcrs,

Pr01ndcncc , R. J.

Heyward Scudder,

,, cw

Charles Norman Shepard,

Bnstol, r..:onn.

52

'L'.

55 K 'l'.

York Cily.

2

]. II.

..j.O

N. T .

Thomas Burke Smith,

H arljord.

Elias Boudinot Stockton,

Ce1路m an I ow 11, f>a.

Charles H ooker Talcott (L. s.),

Ha rljord.

Theodore Payne Thurston,

Jhiln<路apolts, ,Jflilll.

38 J. H.

David Van Schaack,

A'indcrhoo!.: , 1\'. Y.

19 J . II.

Robert Walker,

lVallham, ,Jfass .

George H ermann \ Vrighl,

JVe1u 11/iford, Conn.

2J

William George Wright,

1\ rcw ,1./iiford, Conn.

23 ]. II.

Charles Herbert Young,

J oliet, .Ill.

IS

Oak St. 53 N. T.

J. II.

5 J. H .

I

J. H.

J. H.

FORMER MEMBERS. 1' redcrie Storer Bull, .

Ta coma, I Vas h.

William Andariese Bull,

Ta,路oma, !Vash.

Jacob Humphrey Greene,

Jackson, J.Iich.

George Hampton Hill,

/Vora s/er, Jfass. ( 22)

..


Freel Rooke Laidley ,

Ctiloilllali, 0/ui>.

Charles Ingersoll

l'lllladdjiltia, f'a.

if aury,

·""Joseph Mayo, Jr. March Chase Mayo,

Alta, 111.

John Howard Morse,

Nt"W Vork City.

John Travers

c/ah,,•ston, Tt·x.

eott,

Irving 1'homa.o:; Smith,

Brooklyn, N. Y.

Marion Randolph Wright,

f1/ihmit/(fon, N. C. *D ied October x8, 1889.

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SoPI oMORE Cl1Ass.

CLASS

CLA.

5

YELL-

or.oRs -.RLue and /VIti / e.

IVa!t-ltoo-wa!t!

!foo-7va!t-ltoo I

Tr/uily, Tnitily, ·92.

OFFICERS. T rinity T e r m.

C hristm as Ter m .

II.

Prt's/dcnl, JS I /'irc-Prl's/dcnl,

R. II.

!:), GRAVE .

1. D. RussELL.

!\[ALLOR\',

I. D. R l' SELL,

s.

.',·crrdary,

E.

A.

7i·t•asur<r,

C. A . J on:-. o:-.,

Citron ida ,

E. K. l! t;llllARD,

R ,\ :-.DALL,

JR .

ALMY .

CRABTREE .

E. K.

ll uBBARll, jtc

\\'. J.

MrLL.F.R.


MEMBERS. £'lAME.

RESIDENCE.

ROOM.

Samson Almy (L. s.),

Tilton, N. H.

35 J. H.

John Ru!>sell Bacon (s.),

Danbury, Conn.

34

Albert Crabtree,

Fall River,

Edwin Alexander Dingwall (s.),

Det?·od, JJ!Hclt.

A~ass.

J.

H.

5 J . H.

43 J. H.

Thomas Langdon Elwyn (r.. s.),

. Phzladelj;!tia, Fa.

William Leslie French,

New Ym•tt· City.

66 N. T.

Prederic Beecher Fuller (s.),

Concord, N. H.

Thaddeu. \Velles Goodridge,

Exeter, N. H.

19

1-I.

Harmon

Bur/iucrton, Vt.

42

J. H.

Clarence Loines Hall (s.),

HartjO?·d.

24 J. H.

Gordon Hall (1.. . .),

Jlfarquette, JJ!hclt.

26

J.

Otis Gmnt Hammond (L. s.),

Concord, N. II.

26

J. H.

Elijah Kent Hulbard, Jr. (r.. s.),

ivfzddletown, Conn.

18

s.

Romilly Francis Humphries,

New York Oly.

6s N. T.

Charles Amos John on,

Norwiclt, Com1.

I6

IIugh Kidder,

Owego, l\ . V.

Edward Gardner Lewis (1.. s.),

New; Vorl Czly .

r8 J.

P!tiladelj;ln"a, Pa.

30

J. H.

Troy, N. V.

27

J.

Brzdgej;O?'t, Com1.

2

J. H.

heldon Graves,

Thomas McKean, 1nlcolm

Jr.

(1.. s.),

'tuart M Conihc,

Roland Hawley Mallory (r..), ( 25 )

33

2

I

J.

J.

J.

H.

H.

H.

H.

H.

J. H. H.

H.


ROOlt.

William Joseph ~!iller,

. V<JTI /1 J.:.'asl, Jfd.

Chnrle~ Nelvin :Murphy (s.),

,1fanc!tcslt-r, Conn.

William Osgood Orlon (s.),

PliiladcljJ/n'a, Pa. Atlantic Cil)', N.j.

John Paine,

Essex, Conn.

Erne t Randall, Isaac Daw Russell (. P.),

JVcw Bn'fain, Con7!.

Rollin

East Orange, N. j.

anford Saltus,

63 N. '1'.

29

J. H.

64 N. T. 34

J. H.

16 S.

H.

J.

H.

Alexander Hamilton Sibley,

Detroit, Miclt.

Charles Edward Taylor,

JVaslwa, .N. fl.

Charles Christopher Trowbridge (t ... ),

l\路c7lJ lla71l'll, C01111.

IO ].

James Archibald Turnbull,

1/artjord.

16 S. H.

FORMER

10

32 路 ]. H.

H.

MEMBERS .

George Herbert French,

Nc1v York City.

Frank Wolcott Hutt, .

Gloucester, ,lfa ss.

Ilenry

Jfartjm路d.

ewman Lee,

Ashton Howard Potter,

1Vc1v Vork City.

William Francis Quick,

C/dcaxo, Ill.

Julian Elroy Ramsdell,

Paris, N. V:

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FRESHMAN Ci1ASS.

CLA~ S CoLORS-

CLASS YELL-

Hika-1-fika-f:Hka I

Old Rose and Cn;am .

Ralt-Ray-Ree I

Trinity- Triuily-N;it.ety- Three.

OFFICERS. Chri s tmas Term.

President, JSt

••

Vz"ce-Preszdent,

Trinity T e rm.

C. CauRCHMA

C. C.

BARTON, JR.

R.

L. A.

CARTER.

R. P.

BATES.

PEAR E,

2d Vice-Preszdenl,

w. P.

Secretary,

W. RousE,

w.

Treastt?'er,

L. A.

R. S .

CoNovER,

Cltromde?',

F. B.

w. F.

COLLINS.

NILES,

CARTER,

Cot.r£,

P.

NILES.

JH.


MEMBERS. RES!OENCt::.

NA~!E.

ROO~!.

Edwin Stanton Aijcn (s.),

Hart.ford.

Harry Ward Baldwin,

Jfcndon, Itt.

Charles Clarence Barton, Jr.,

"\.cwton, Jfass.

Robert Peck Bate ·,

Wit!tiwwt ic, (."on n.

Carter Lee Bowie,

Colbitglon, 1lld.

John Charles Bulkeley (L. s.),

Hariford.

]. H.

Henry Safford Candee (1.. ·.),

Cairo, Ill.

31 ]. H.

Law on Averell Carter,

Coopers/own, 1\'. Y.

Clarke Churchman (L. s.),

lVil11uitglon, !Jd.

6+ N. T.

vVarrnt, R. I.

63 N. T.

William French Collins,

Brattll!boro', VI.

++J. H.

William Eugene Conklin,

Hariford.

Richard Stevens Conover, Jr.,

J\'c7u 1Jruns1vid•,

James Cullen, Jr.,

Cincinnati, 0.

19 ]. H.

Ellis Bedell Dean,

1\ "orth Cuil.ford, Conn.

59 :'!. T .

Ernest Leon Dickinson,

Essex, Conn.

I+ ]. Il.

Alfred Gildersleeve (s.),

Cilderslcc7Jc, Conn.

George Derwent HarUey,

Ulz"ca, 1\T. Y.

rs

Robert Cairns Hayden,

Caldwell, N. Y.

+

William Chapin Hill (L. s.),

PhiladeljJ/da, Pa.

Frederick Bradford Cole

(~.).

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12

].H.

+9 N. T. 2+ ]. H. 3 ]. H. 4 ]. H.

20

] . H.

1 Wolcott 't.

.v. J.

13 ]. H.

+ ]. H.

3

J. H.

'. ].

T. H.


N t\Ml::.

kOO~t.

Charles Albert Horne,

!J07 1t'Y, i\'. fl.

6r

J

T.

Louis de Koven Hubbard,

Jfiddldown, Conn.

s~

1

T.

Samuel Henry Jobe,

JYew York City.

~<)

'1'.

J(ent, Conn.

so

rr.

'harles J udcl,

1\'ew London, Conn.

J. II.

John Williams Lewis,

New Yor!.路 City.

J. II.

Luke Vincent Lockwood,

R1'verside, Conn.

~~

J . H.

William P rter Nilt:!s,

Concord, N . ./I.

19

s.

Burton Parker,

Har!ford.

Reginald Pearce,

Portsmouth, R. I

s

IIenry Hubbard Pelton,

Jfiddtetown, Conn.

17

harles Augustus Lewis,

II.

7 J. H . T.

J.

rr. II.

Louis Desire Peugnet (s.),

't . Louis, ll!fo.

30 J. II .

Il enry Hulbert Porter,

Unionville, Conn.

14 J. II.

\Villiam Herman Rouse,

Cobalt, Conn.

so N. T.

Herbert t.Iendonhall

Bridgc~valer,

'mith,

Conn.

59 N. 'f'.

Paris Becker 'tauiTer (.. ),

Jl.founl Joy, Pa.

57 N. T.

William Croswell Doane Willson (L. s.),

Lansingburgh, N. Y.

12

J. II.

George Hewson Wilson (s.),

A tbany, N. Y.

41

J.

Richard Ilenry Woffenden,

JVortlt Adams,

Thomas Henry Yardley ( .),

Newport, R. I

1~fass.

II .

39 J . H .

17 J. H.


FORMER

MEMBERS.

Henry Augustus 'ary, Thomas Hale,

i\ 'ew York

Jr. ,

c路tty. .

Platit.Jidd, II. }.

ABBREVIATIONS .

Seabury Hall.

H. ,

Jarvis II all.

]. II.,

orlbam Tow rs.

N. T.,

s.,

'ourse in Science. ours

L. S.,

in L etters and Science.

Course in Letters.

L. ,

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SECKEl • FRAlERNiliES.

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ESTABLISHED

J\., 1829.

1850.

ESTABLISHED

1878.

E STABLISHED

1879.

E STABLISHED

1880.

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~H E 118GAL FRAIERNIIY OF

I. · ~~·

K. ·•· A. FouND ED 1829.

· · · AI· IRINIIV · GOLLEflE · · ·

5

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ACTIVE MEMBERS.

GEOI((:I•: TI! OR:-.: '1'0:\ \\' ARRJ.::\, \ \ 'ILI . I.\\1

\V.IRR~;:-1 )[ cCO:-I TIIE ,

Rolll'llT

ARTHrR

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L' :-.c11.

J ou~ A1n11t R

GIL\VES,

Ili( Y \I' ARil

[RE:-.o · KtTTRimGE ILI) I II.T0:-1,

HAR)IO:\

lfE:\RY \\'A IUlE:\,

Jnu:-.

IIELDO:-i GR.I I'ES,

Rot,, :-~o HAII't.EY ~ L\Lt.ORY,

~f ALCOL)I ST l'.IRT ;\f cCo:-.u11, \YIII I.\\1

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PAI'\E,

Cli.\RI.ES

En\\'

TH<l\1.\S

~kKI·.A'\, JR.,

FIL\'\CIS

\\' 1LI.IAM F1u::-;cu CoLLI\S,

ITntr.v ,

Sct. lli>ER,

Qt

ICK.

\ Ril TAYLOR ,


fRAIRES IN E:fRBE.

ll o~. D . W. PARDEE, '40.

C. R. CIIAPMA , '47 .

C. E. GRAVES, 'so.

C. ]. IIOADLY,

'51.

\V. A. llf. WAI WRIGHT, M.D., 路c,路l路

]. II. BROCKLESBY, '6s .

\VIII. C. BROCKLESBY, '69.

ARTIIUR K. BROCKLE BY, '70.

]. W. GRAY, '72.

G. W. BEACH, ' o. ( 35 )


CORPORA !ION.

President. llo:-< . JOII:--l T

RNER WAIT, LL.D.

Secretary. \VlLLIA~l

DENISON

~fORGAN,

?IL D.

Treasurer. \\'lLLlA?Il A. M. WAI::\WRlGIIT, ?ll.D.

REv. TH01IAS GALLAUDET, D.D. , Il o:-~ .

CJIAR LE ' RICHARD

' IIAPMAN ,

CIIARLE ' E?IDIETT GRAVES, JOliN HENRY STE E S Q 1 'K, WILLIAM CL !BORNE BROCKLE ' BY, JOliN \\'ATKINSON GRAY, REV. JOHN 11

WILLIA?Il CONVERSE SKINNER , EDWARD MANSFIELD

CUUUER.

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?llPliREY BARBOUR ,


I. K. A.

GRABt:!AIE MEMBERS.

Abbot, . W., '+9· ·*Abbott, J. P., '+9· Adams, G. Z., '39. ·X·Adam ·, J. R., '+9· Allen, E. T., '+r. Andrews, C. l\1., ' +· ·*Anistaki, J., '37. *Ashe, J. B., '3o. ·•·Backus, C. A ., '52. Bacon, J. \ V., '46. Bakewell, J., '59. Barbour, J. H., '73Barclay, R., 'o. Bru·Llet, H . P., '72. ·•·Bayard, W. I I. , '41. *Bayley, J. R., '35. Beach, E . S., '83. Beach, G. W., 'So. J elden, N. M., '+ . *Benton, M. F., 's8. Bond, J., '40. *Bondurant, 'VI'. E., '63. Bowman, C. \V . , '87. ·*Brainru·d, N . L., '+5· ·*Brander, H . 1!., '+5· ·*Brandt, L., '49· ·*Brewer, \ V. L., '38. Brinley, E. H., '49· Brinley, P., '47. Brocklesby, A. K., '70. Bro kle!';by, J. H . , '65 . Brocklesby, Vv. ., '69. ·•Brownell, 1'. S., '35. ·X·Buchanan, J., '53· Bull, W. l\1., '39· *BuUer, I. r., '++· *Caldwell, C. E., '82.

·:+campbell, C. I., '30. arpenter, J. ., '79. arpenter, J. T., ' Carpenter, R. II., ' r. hapin, D. D., 's6. Chapin, W. M., '74. Chapman, . R., '47. lapp, F., 'ss. Clark, A. M., 'n Clark, E. S., "6s. Clarke, R. M., '45. Clement, P . "VI . , '68. Coggeshall, G . A., '6s. Cogswell, W. S., '6r. ·*Comstock, J. C., '3 . Conyngham, C. ?.I., '59. Cossit.t, P. S ., '45. ·•·Cowling, R. 0., '61. ·*Cnrtis, W . E., '43. Daves, G., '57 . Davies, W. G., '6o. ·*DeForrest, G. A ., 'ss. ·*DeLancy, T. J., '40. Delano, F. R., '65. Deming, W. C., ' 4· DeZeng, E., '40. ·*Dick, J. M., '5+· Diri kson, L. L., .p. ·*Dor·ey, W. II . l., '36. Downes, L. T., '+ . Driggs, T. I., '48. ·*Dyer, A., '70. Erwin, J. B., '76. Erwin, R. G., '74. *Faxon, E., '47· *Ferrill, W. C., '7 . Foote, I., '42. ( 37 )


*King, II. W ., '36. *Lambert, J>., '36. Lansing, C. A., '66. Leaken, IV. R., ' o. *LeRoy, A. N., '42. LeRoy, J., '69. LeRoy, T. 0., '42. Lilienthal, II., ' 6. )lack, J. E., '71. !.1allory, G. '., 's . *Mallory, W. ll., '6o. Marble, F. P., ' 2. *Marshall, J., '42. i\Iason, A. T., · r. ·*?.Iatthcwson, J. , '46. Me onihc, A., ' 9· *Mcintosh, J. !I., '53. )lcKennan , J. D., '76 . :McLemore, M. C., ' <). *i\leech, II. J. , '42 . ;o.Iiel, E. DcF., ' ;o.Iillarcl, A. B., '36. *Miller, N., '+7· l\Ioffctt, G. H., '78. Ioore, C. E., '76. :Moore, D. ·., '6+. i\lorgan, . B., '70. )!organ, W. D., '72. *Morgan, W. F., '35. )lOITill, c. A.' '67. *:\lowry, D. S., '67. elson, II. , ' 7· Nel on, W. B., ' r. Nicholls, G. H., '39. * 'ichols. R. W., •33 . • oycs, A. II., ' 9.: Olmsted, IV. B., ' 7· Olmsted, J. F., ' +· Overfield, j. L. , ·55 . Pardee, D. W., '40. Parks, ·. H., ' 2. *Paine, R. T., '32.

*Franklin, E. C.. 's+· *Gad:;dcn, C. E., 'so. *Gadsden, j. A., 'so. Gallaudet, B. B., ' o. Gallaudct, T., ',p. *Gardner, H. G., '65. Gowen, F. C., ' 2. *Gordon, 0. K., 's . Graves, C. E ., 'so. Graves, G., '+9· Gray, J. 1\'., '72. *Hale, C. F., '+7· *Hale, C. S., '62. *Halsey, A., '37· *Hamilton, II. C., '51. Hardee, C. H. , ' L *!Janis, T. L. , '41. *llascll, B. D., '+9· *Hasen, L. c., 'so. Hawley, F. ;\[., '6 1. *Jlazlchur·t. G. H., '42. llazlchurst, J. \V., 'sr. Hazlehurst, R., '+t. *Henry, J. F., '3+· ll cwlett, S. H., '74. IIcydccker, H. R., ' 6. *Hcywarrl, J. I• ., '+ ' . Hoadly, C. ]., 'sr. Ho1lister, J. B., ' +· *Hopson, E. C., '64. c Hop. on, G. B., '57. Ilorton, P. A., '6 . Hotchkiss, C. E ., ' 2. HO\·ey, ll. E., '66. *Ingalls, T., '52. J ackson, R. E., '+5· *J arvis, J. ' ., '57 . *Johnson, E. P., '65. Johnson, \V. F., '66. *Jone·, C. H., '3S · *Kellogg, H. L., '36. *Ker, J., '+3· (3 )


·*Payne, J. W., '61. ·*Peake, . F., ',p. Peck, T. M., ' o. Peck, \V. E., '71. ·:+Perkins, L. II., '34. Peters, G. E., 'so. ·:+Phelps, J. S., '32. Proctor, C. H., '73. Quick, J. II. ., '5 . Richardson, L. W., '73. Richard~on, R. D., '71. 1 ipley, P ., '47. R ob rtson, J. A., '54· Rodgers, G. W., '87. Rodgers, R. E . L., ' 7·*R ogers, R. C., '45. Rowland, E., '57· ·*Sargent, G. D., 'sr. Sav.ryer, J. L., 'so. Scott, E. G., 's7cudder, C. D., '75. Scudder, E. M., '77. ·*Scudder, H. J., '4(>. *Scudder, '1'., '54. Scudder, W., ' 9· eclgwick, W. R., '84. Shannon, J. 'il>l., ' 7·*Sberman, H. B., '3 . Sherman, H. nL, '77. '''Sherwood, W. B., '36. Shipman, P. \\'., ' 2. Short, \V. B., '67 . ·*Singletary, G . E. B., '49. Skinner, Vv. ' ., '76. Small. E. F., '74. ·:+ mith, C. H., '36. Smith, J. H., 'N· ·*Smyth, J. vv., '52. Starr, J. , 's6. ·*Starr, S., '29. Stedman, R. . , '63 . * 'tirling, \V. IT. , '-+-+· *Stone, J. A . . '4-+·

Stone, L. H., ' 7Stoughton, ~. C., '3 ·:+ umner, A. E., '6I. utton. E. B., '76. *Taylor, F. L., '-+3· ·*Taylor, \V. F., '-+-+· *'reny, c. E., 's1. ·*Thomas, G. H., '41. Thompson, H. \\·., ' 3Todd, c. J. . 'ss. Tolles, W . A., '46. ·*Tracey, \V. D., '42. *Tracey, J. R., '39. ·*Tudor, II. B., 'so. Turner, J. H., '3 . Van Zaudt, C. C., '51. *Van Zandt, W., '29. '~Varley, C. D., '41. Wainwright, W. A. M., '64. Waimnight, F. C., ' 8. Wait, J. T., '35. \Varner, L . F., ' s. ·X·\V arren, E. I. , ' o. Warren, J. M., '32. ·*Warren, W. H., '34. ·*Waring, C. M., '36. \Va. hburn, L. C., ' r. Way, J. A ., '37 . *Webb, E. C., '75. Webb, W. E., '40. Webb, W. W., . 2 . Welch, L. E., ' 6. \\bite, J. G., '54. While, R. A., '.r. Wiggin, A. H. , '6 . Wolcott, F. I-I., ' 6. *Wolcott, . G., '47. *Wood, ll . S., '71. \\ ooclbury, T. C., '71. 'i\'oodworth, F. A., 'o. Woodward, G. A., 'ss. Wright, A. E., ' g. *Deceased.

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~HE 路 FRATERNIIY 路 Of

Psi

[)ELTA Fou ND ED IN 1847

At Gelumbia Gellege and

niversily sf New V ark.

ROLL OF CHAPTERS. Columbia College. Ar.Pll.\,

University of Pennsylvania.

DELTA,

Trinity College.

EPSil.O\' ,

University of Rochester. \Villiams College.

LA~IIlll.\,

niversity of 11[issis ippi.

P11r,

niversity of Yirginia.

PSI LO~,

heffielcl

cientific 'chool of

Yale Uni,路er. ity. Massachusetts In 路titute of

'1'\t !,

Technology. ( ..J.O)


EPS!i10N CHAPTER.

ACTIVE MEMBERS. Tt!O ,\ !AS ?llcLEA?..

FRANK Ron SE\'EJ.T,

IL\JJER S IIA~I

RUBERT

'<JLI~ ~IAN.

' lJJNEY

1

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MILLb:R .

'90. GEORGE TIIUR STON EDWAIW

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'91. BRO:\S0:-1 Fil-l II,

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FtUWERI C K

lRVING THOMAS SMlTII,

HorsJNGTON,

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HARI.ES HOOKER

TAL OTT.

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IBLEY,

'IIARLES CIIRI STOPI!ER T!W\\"IlRllJGE.

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STA;o.ITON

Ct!ARLES JoliN

\Vri.I.IA~J

ALI .E:-1,

] OliN WJI.LIAMS LEWIS, Bun·oN PARKER,

Ci\IRNS HAYDEN, WJJ.I.IA~J

HtLL,

CH ,\RI.ES At;Gt;STUS LEWIS,

L\RENCE BAI<TON, jR.,

'11 ,\RI.ES Bt:u;r·: r.EY,

RoBERT

CIIAI'IN

CtwswEu . DoAKt·: \ V11 .1.SON.

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-

GR/\ DU/\TE ME MBERS Of TilE E PSILON

CII/\ PTER.

Tlcal, J. A., '72. rlcForcst. J. "• '.2 . DeRossett, A. L .. '62. ·•llcRosselt, E. S., '(q.. De\'Ciulorf, C. s., 'ss . DuBois, (~. ~1.. '7+· !Ju Bois. If. 0., '76. Edson, s .. 'ss. Etlwanb, .\ . X., '7(>. Elbert, W. N., '79· Elton, J. P., · '.' . Eh\·ell, (;. E., '7o. Fisher, ' I'. R., '(>2. Filz Cerald, F., '89. FordneY, T. P., '(>2. Fuller, ·.J . R., '70. *Fuller, S . (;., '5 . Fuller, •. R., '70. (;ardner, C. II., '7o. Gibson, B. S., '69. -x·c; lazier, T. C., '6o. (;oodspeed, ] . I I ., 'M>. ·X·(;ood\\'ill, (;. fl. , '62. c;raham, C. )1., 'sCJ. Crannis, F. 0., '73. c;reene, T. Il., ·91. Haight, 1<'. E., ' 7· ll ail, \. C., ' . Il all. F. ]) •P., '7 , . Il allett, W. T., '62. ll arding, :\'., '73. Ilarratlen, F. S., '67. Harris, W. R., ·5 . *IIarl<>horne, E. ~1. . 'sC>. H azlehurst, c;. ,\ .' '79· Tl enckr;:;on, E. F., '82 . Hendrie, S., ' 7. II ill, c~. n .. · 9 ~. l!i tehings, II. B., 'q. lToflman, '. F., 'si.

Allyn, ,\. \\"., '(n. . \ppleton, C. ,\ .. ·s~. Appleton, E. D., '.'o. ,\ ppleton, II. · .. ''s· . \ tkinson, J. (;., '(q.. Barnwell, ~~- W .. '72. *Barnwell, S. E., '72. Barton, C. C., '6CJ. Beckwith, C. )[., · Beer~. G. E., '6. Benedict, L. LeG .. ' Bibb, W. A .• '75· Blackw7ll. ] . , ,Jr., '(;6. Bhss, (T. If., 6+. Bohlen, D. ~f., ' 2. Bowen, A., '(>3· Brainerd, J. B., ' 2. Branclegce, T. E., '7+· *Brandcgcc, L. C., '77. Breckci1riclge, A. E., '70. ·•Breese, TT. L., '57. Brigham, II. IT., ';6. Brown, '1'. :11. , '(q. . *Buckingham, \\'. B .. '6rJ. Burr, \\' . IT., '7'. Butler. \\". , 's,. Cady, J. '., '6o. Carter, C. L., 's+·•ccnas, H. C .. 's6. Chapin, F. \\'., ';C). Chapin, \\'. Y., '7· . 'hapman, T. B., ' o. Chce\·er, J. D .. Jr., , 1. Clark, J. \\'., '63. ''Clemson, '1'. (;., '56. 'lifford, .'. \Y. , '6 'lydc, \\'. P .. '62. Col man, R. II. , 'n 'omfort, B. F., · CJ. Cookson, F. ~[. , '(ll. ·• 'oxe. J. X., ·55 . Crane, R. ~!. , 'ss. Curtis. F. R., ' o. Curtis, 0. ;\1., ' o. Curtis, R . IT., '6,. Curtis, \\". 1;:., '75. *Darrell, A. S., 'sCJ. *Dayton, \Y . B., ·5c,_

IT ol brooke, ( ~. ()., 'u<J.

lfolbrooke, S., '67 . !Totchkin, S. F., ':,(>.

Il ull, A. S., '(,(,_ . Ingersoll, (~. P., ·~3*Jarclinc, II. D., '(, .. J:.I.!'\' iS, s. F .. Jr.. ' C) . jcnmngs, A. H., '(II. (.p)


Knn c, C ., '75.

Roose\'cll, F., 'SJ. Russell, F. (;., '-.o. Russell, 11., '"-1 · Rutherford, I 1. \'., '711. Scott, 11. B., '7 . Sheldon, \\'. C., Jr., '.., ·*Shrc\·e, \\'. f., ''3· Small\\'oo<l, S. B., '1•3· *Smith, 11 . S., '1>2. *Smith, I. S., 'lq. Smith, I. '!' .. '<JI. Smith, H.. ll., 'I><J. Smith, \\' . (~. \\'., '7 1. Stark, H., Jr., 'n Stark, \\' . .\1., '75 . x·stedman, '!'. \\'., 'i -1· x·stcele, II. ll ., '·r. *Ste\·ens, S . . '1•5· *Stillwell, R . .\!., '70 . ,'trong, C . .\!., 'li..j. Strong, J. R., '82 . Sumner, C. ,\ ., 'sli . Swenson, E. 1'., '75. Swenson, S. , \ ., ' 1. Talcott, A. H., '1)0 . ;1:hompson, 1.1. ~(.,, ·~7 . l hompso,J, S. C., 72. '!'horne, N. D ., '71. Thorne, R., ' 5· T otten, C. ,\. L. , 'IHJ. 'l'rowbr iclg-e, S. B. 1'. , ' 3· L'nderhill, G. B., '73. \'an Zile, E. S . , ' ..j. \'ib berl, 11. ' ., '6 . \ 'ibhei·t, W. 11 ., 's W anzer, C., '66. \\'aterman, L. , '7 r'. W aters, c;. S., ' 7· * \\' atson, \\' . C., '63. \\' all,;, E. B., '73. \\'h istler, w . c;. 111 cl\'., '57 · * \\'hitc, F. \\' ., '7 . \\'ilcox, F. L ., 'o. \\'i lcox, J?. P. , 'o.

'ss. J. \\'., '(,·.

·•· Kerr, E. L ., * Kirby ,

Knoblock, , \. F., 'ss. *Lamson, \\' ., '5(>. Law rence, C. \ '., 'sl>. * Leacock,]. II., '5·· ·* L ewis, 1 ~. B., 'I•S· L ewis, J. I ., '62. L ewis, S. S., '(>1. ·X· JA.!\\"iS, '1'. C., fl. Lewis, \\'. II. , 'I•S· Lincoln, F. T., '76. Lin coln, U. \V ., '75 . .\l ackay, \V . R. , '67. .\larlindale, IT. S., '7<J. .\Ic 'lory, IT. , '5 1. ?llcCollough, ll . If. , '73 . .\lcCouch, ll. ' ·• '75 . .\[cLean, T., '75. .\I iller, H., '·o. 1

.\I iiier, P. S., '(q.

,\! iller, S. T., ' 5· * .\1 incs, F. S., '(>.+. .\I incs, ]. F., 's-1. .\!organ, H. T., '(JI. .\l or~e. J. F., '(,(,. .\1 urray, 1\. S., Jr., '7 1. .\1nrray , F. \\' ., \ 'ale, '77. ?llurray, R., '73 . Nel so n , R . IT., "o. Ni chols, (;. G., '(J7. *~orr i s , E. C., '6 1.

:\'orris, [1., '63. F. 1.~., '6~. Noll. R. 11. , '7 1. Owen, F. \\'. , '•-1· P adgett, l'., '76. * P almer, C. '., '51. Parsons, IT ., ' J. P arsons, J. R., Jr., Pattison, c;. B., '81. Paxson, 11 . C., '51. P earce, J. S., '62. ·*P eck, lJ. L. , '62. ~orton,

Perkins, C. 1~., '

·, 1 .

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1.

·*Pi ·rce, 1I. ll. , 's '. *Pin ckney, F. S., '1>2. l'l att, Chas., Jr., '75. Platt, Clayton, '7-1· Platt, \\'. A ., '75. Potter, A. 11. , '<)2. Read, II. P., ' -1·

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\\'illiam,;, C. '., '71. \\'illiams, C. C. , \o. \\ 'i lm crdin~, ll. , ' L \\'inklcy, R. L., '79. W ood in , \\'. R. , 's . WooclrufT, E. 11. , ' 2. \\'right, C:. E., '7-1· Y oung, .t\ , .\!. , ' 2.


tHE · FRATERNITY · Of

ALPHA -~~; DELTA ·-~~- PHI Fo u ND ED IN 1832

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1

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Yale Uni\·er·ity,

I

37

Amherst College,

I

37

Brown Univer. ity,

1

37

Harvard Uni1·ersity, Western R eserve

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Bow Dol:-~,

Bowdoin

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DART\IOUTII,

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niversity of Michigan,

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niversity of Roehe · ter,

1

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William· College,

I 51

JI!A iill.I TTA:\,

College of City of • ew York,

I

55

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l

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Union College,

I

59

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Cornell

l

70

I

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nivcrsity ,

Trinity College, j ohn Hopkins ( .J-1.)

nivers1ty,

56


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Til EUI>ORF.

LA'l'll ]{()]' CI!EJUTREI!:,

GtLHERT P ;\VSON

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ERNEST RANDALL .

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LJo:ii: Buwn:, AVERELL At'G l 'STUS

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CULLEN, JR.,

ERNEST LEON

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GEORGE HEWSON

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G RABU/\TE M EMBER S OF TilE

.Andrews, R., '53. Applegate, 0.,

Jr., '•

A rrnstrong, lJ. J\L,

~·.

Blackmer, \V. C., '7 . Boardman, \V. H., ' 5· '5+·

Booth, T. R ., 'sz. Bo\\'man,

J.

P., '53.

*Brainard, E . 'v\'- , '-1 2. Bra in a rd,

J. ,

Bra in ard,

J.

CaTler, C. lf., '

2.

Carter, G. C., ' 7·

J.

R., '83.

J.

'heshirc,

B., '69.

'''Chipman, G. S . , '7 . Chrystic, T .

~I.

· .J..

Brownell, II. B.,

Chnr ·h, S. P., '.p . Clark, \ . F., '75 . oclman, \ ., '85.

J.,

oc, G.

'74.

·~conkl i n,

H. H. , •3

ooke, G . L ., '70.

B ryan, W ., 75·

Cooke, 0 . lJ .,

Bryant, P.

Cowl,

., '70.

''·Bulkeley, C. E., 's6. Buxton , BtLx ton,

J. J.

Cameron,

B. , '72. C., '73.

J.

L., '63.

Coil, C. W. , '82.

's t. ~[. ,

2.

hipman, G. C., '45 .

Bixby, R . F ., '70.

J.,

Carter, B. J\L, '

Chase, F., 'sz.

2.

Bellinger, E. B., '72.

Boardman, W .

1) /\P P /\ C l!APTER.

Carter,

Barber, \V. 'vV., ' Barto, R. Y., '

Pill

I . 1I. , '79·

~l.

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L ., ' 3·

Crane, T., '+5·

Crocker, H . D . ,

'rosby, D. G . , •51.

Curtiss, ll. C. , '

1.

Cameron, L. , ' 6.

Drane, ll. l\l. , ·52 .

Capron, A . , '45.

Elliott,

J.

II. , •72.


Fisher. R .. 'sC•.

ll ills, G. Tl., ' 4·

F!:t).{g, E. 0., '4

lli lls, R.,

Flagg, ] . B., '4C>.

ll olcomh, B. T., ' s<J.

Flo\\'er, S., '4-5. Foote, C. E.,

fl ollcy. \\'. \\' .,

'7(>.

(~.

J.,

Tlookcr. S. 1> .. '77

1.

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H oop r,

Cilm ore, /\. P .. '7 1· Goodwin,

J.,

Iluhbcll,

(;nodw in , \\' . W .. '

c; raham' J. ' rr agar'

\\'.

If. , 'sC>.

n.

F.,

Il untington, C. S..

'72.

·c,r•.

1 fall, (;. R., '4-2.

Tluntington,

J.

H untington,

J. \\'., '

T. , 'so.

lluske, ] . , '77-

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Tn gersoll, C. )!. , '39-

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F. , '3 .

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W. D. ~ !organ, B.A., :11.1 ) .. A. S. ~ l un·a,·, )r., ~I. A., L L.B., R. :l l urra\·, H.S., Rev. J{. II. Nelson, 2\ 1.~ \ ., E. P . ~cwton, B.A., • R. )lorncl'l, Jr., P. P~dg-ctl, )I. A., ll. Pnrsuns, H.. \ ., J R. Parsons, Jr., ~I.A., {;, B. Pattison, )I.A., (;. E. Perkin!{, )l.A.,

1<0\'AL 1W:\C;AL H 1PPOC:R I PF, t'A'I' .\ )1 0L':\TA 1:\, . 1; R \"1' 11 0:-< IC Ec;c;st'l'KER,

Roosevelt,

~ I. A.,

FIENDS.

ARCH

RETIRING {i

L. \\" Rit•hards,m, :\1 \ • Optimu""'·

Prot

~1.

Young,

~I. A.

A. C. G. G. I,, P. ~1. I,, P. II. B. B. B. B. B. B. H. L. \\'. 'P. A. '!'. F. F. \\' H

DEMONS.

P ('oll'mnn, tl. 'T ) lacan1L•y. '1'. L ... h r·itrcc, . f'. Griswold, 1:. Smith. \\r. K A. R. 11. ll ntchins, j. S. Littell.

DEVLINGS . lmpqx.

Cmnnz,

Fqlipxt,

Jmn iph·,

• Det·cascd.

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Spg-rtz,

Zlmab.

H ulke-l~y,


-

GRAND TRIB8NAL .

.;: ~ l 840 >:路

Afumni Mem fle rj,

476

5

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6

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II

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l'\siFR ,

F':ll'l;('I!E I" I 1\1\.

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(;I.!'('<; I\ F.~ I F\I'H.

i)i(;t,i-'K . .

FKFSII\1"

~>I· Yr ~f\

R. HL.\KE , '9 1.

Ct;~R \lSI'<)\ /.1 \1.

Fl \\1>.1(, 'TI<

K 11.1

~I BI.T\S;>, \I 1>.

F. E. ff.\[(;HT, ' 7.

. \ . ! ~. 1\'RI<;IIT. 'q<J,

II. A . Pl:\':\'E \' , ' i·

T.

JR.,

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,\. B. TALCOTT, '•)o.

\\'. :'.!<'CO:\' Jl!E ,

W . 1': .. \ . BL'LKI~LE\', l~.

F. FITZC;ERALil, 'S9 .

S. F. ] ,\ R\'IS,

~lt\C.\CLEY .

E . :\1.

c; . 1'. COLE:\1.\:\'. ( )2)

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THE lNIER .. CO!JuEGIAIE AssoclAIION QF AMAIE R AI IJEIES QF AMERICA .

~!ILLER ,

J>n·stil, nt, F.

Princeton.

f 'tit·-!'n·stiknt, F. R. COATES, L e high . .\,·crl'lary, II. C. H:\BBJ'I" I' , La fayett

!i·,·asllr,•r, II. I I . SA;'\!(; ER. Cornell.

lo'.n·c uti<'<' ( ·ommittt'l' .

j.

E. S Ilttl.I,, ll an·arc\.

S. P.

F. C. \\'ou·o JI , Yale.

Th e Fiftee nth Annu al

n ·, College of Cit y of :\ew York.

E\II

L A'\l; I'II<>K'- ,

Columbia.

'om•ention was held at the Fifth Avenue H otel, ~ew \ ork, F ebruary

22,

MEMBERS OF THE

1 <)0.

ASSOCIATION.

r\ mhcrst, Colum bia, Corn II, H arvard. H oba rt , Lafayette , Lehigh, College of the City of ::\'cw York, Princeton, Ru tgers, Stevens, L'niversity o( ~lichigan, l 'niversily of Pennsyh·ania,

' t. J ohn's, Swathmore, Trinity,

niversity of Y ermont, l.nion,

\\'illi am:, and Yale.

1/u: .l 1111twl Field .lfccli11g for 1 qo w ill be ltdd a t B erkdey 01•al, .\ 'cw I 'o rl, ,II ay J1 st.

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I E NEw ENGLAND INIER-COLLE lA IE A I F\ LEIIC AssocJAI ION . OFFICERS. f'rNirll'nl,

SA~ I UE L

SP,\R II AWK, J) artmoulh .

l·ii·st l 't£·c- l 'ri'Sirlt•nl, E. ;\I t 1'. ~1 , COOK , Trinity. Sao//(/ I 't{·,·-Prt·Hdt•nl , C. L. A. lii<: ISEH , Brown. -~<'<

rdary, E. C. RICE , W orcester. T rt•tzsurcr. T. L. PE 'I'ERS. \\'illiam:-;. /:~rau l 17;,·

Comm illt't'.

\\' . J.

II. B. SL\YH .\n,, \\'csleyan. I!. L. I J .\l~~ll :-.. \\' orcestcr. G. A. ;\I Asll:>., Willi ams. C. \\'. Kll.\\1, Uni ,·crs1ty of \'crnwnl.

C,\KI.IIl:O., Dartmouth. F. B. \\' \I .KER, Amherst. ;\ . ;\ l r:EIIEK, Brown. T. P. '1'11 K TON, Trinity.

B,·,

c;rand .1/a rsltn/, '1'. :-\. C0:'\0\'ER, Trinity . 1> .

J. J.

~~ -

. lssislanl .1/arslw/s. C. F. l•: t:ta I·:,Jo ,, \\'cslcyan. G. ,\ . :-1.''"'· Will iams. \\'. T. \\' 111 J ~: . \\' on·estcr. of \ 'crmo:1L

1.: :-.11 .111 ' r\ mhcr~t. L . \\'IIEAro:-., Brmn1. B. Rn :-.u1 liS , IJartmouth. J. B. SII-..\R:O.S, l'ni,·crsity

M E MB ERS

Amherst,

Brown,

OF

THE

ASS.O CIATION .

l >artmouth, Trinity, \ Vcslcyan, \\'illiams, W on:cslcr P olytec hnic Ins ti tu te , an rl L.:niYersity of \ 'crmonl.

7/tc Four/It A ntllttr! Fidrl .l!cdtit.l[ 7J.Jill bt• ltdd in 1/' or as /t•r, 1/ 'cdn csrlay, ,I/ ay 28, 189<. 5)


rf\E NEw EN6LlANB INrER -CoLLEGJA rE

Arf.\LErlc

Associ A!leN. 1:.\'L:<T~.

\\'I:\'\!· I..!_....

( '( li..LFC~ F~.

H h.L'tl J..:IJS.

:I! in. +10 Yards JJa<>h,

Two-mile l<XJ

J~un,

Yards Da!>h,

One-mile R.un, One-mile Walk, Tll'o-mile Bicycle, 220

'

()

Yards Dash, Yanls Run,

120

Yards I lurdle,

220

\'arch Hurdle,

·(2d, llo!SI:-<<:Tux,

!Jar Imol( lit, li'(Jrccshr. /1,1 r I111011 I It, II 'il/t(wu, JJa r lmrilll It, lf'on·<slt•r, ,·I mlto·sl, 1/'illiams, ll'on·,·st.-r, . Jm!t<rsl, . lmlto·.r I, /Vorn•.rl,·r, 1),7 rlmo11 lit, tt ··orct'sl,•r, .I m!tt'!'SI, J'nlul v, . I ll!ltc•;-sl, I >a rlmo11 I It, f) a rlmo11 lit, 'jj·illlly,

I !Sl, CIWilh,

II 'il /ia ms,

I I~l, Rm1 E,

-,:?d.

:\JIll.~. I 1,;l, I ~ !.I 1:--,

/2d, :\"1! '1101.>, I 1st, \\'111 I Ill'.,

./2tl, .\lli,I.S, I I~t. \\' El 1.~, -, 2d, f,EF, 1 1st, H 1n J>J'oJU>, .{2d, ffJo:>.lliO:RSO :>-, I JSl. ])J.: J..IJ: II( Ric, .l:?d, II I RJll\1 I'\. I 1St, \\'11 I. I I liS, .(:!d, :\lll.l.S, _I 1sl, PoRTER, /2d, L ..-L\ li'SO!\,

I JSL, Lt'DI:-.'C:n'.'· ./2cl, Sc 'J.:E J,:TU,\ , I Ist, lfnJPJJin:l·:,

s~

lO

-1

Running J 1il(h J ump, Throll'ing ll arnmer, Slamling Hnmd J ump. Pole \'aul t, 1 ullin)!,' Shot.

Running Broad Jump, Tug of 'vV ar,

./2Cl, E.ITIJ\, I 1st, .A\1 IIlli\,

-, zcl,

PFT!'R~.

I JSl, .\JlllliTT,

/:!d, R 1\I)U!I'll. I ISl. l'ROllJ,. /2d, •\\1 \1)( l;>.' I IS(, :\l.IH>Ilii .L, .(2d, \\'i·SI'II'OH Ill. I JSt, f [ul 1;111 o:o,, ·12<1, f>J·:Iu, 1\s, I JSl, Jlt "l'llRI-1' ./2d, lliiJi', . I IS(, Jl .IR I)I<Jllll. (2d, \\'11 II IM,, ( S6)

1/·,·slt')'llll. ll't'! Iiams. fl 'i! !ttl/11.1, /!arlllit/lll!t, !Jarlmottllt, If 'illiams, II 'illiams, ll rt>l'/.'t'S/('1', 1/ 'il/iams, ,-/m /t,·rs/, f)arlm(JII/It, l)arlmalll!t, /Vi! Iiams,

l-5

36 -+-5 JO

-+-s

+I

2-j

to 3-s

7

33 3·5 ~" -.)

~

2-5

6 2-J

II)

26 FL.

Standing- lligh Jump,

SeL",

-1 -1

1-2

ln. 10

B (,

>;o

-1

7 10 ')

s s

I

1-~

10 1-2

7

:l5

3

32

J()

:::!0

3

1-~


IRE NEw ENGL/\ND INYER GOLLEG IAYE

AYIILEYIC

AssoCI/\ r1oN . RECORDS. lh·c•onl

1~\'l' lll. 1 ()()

\"anls I lash,

~20

\"arc!~

.f.]O

\' :trcls lla,-h.

lla,.,h,

( lne-half-mile Run , One-mile Run. Two-mile Run,

~

~

~-.5

~

3

II> " -~ .l

Xam t.·

I l:trtnH•tllh .

~lay 2-f.

..

'"''~

\\"illiam ~.

I lartm»uth.

:I Jay :!J ,

I~ . ')·

Rowe,

I lartnwuth,

:I Jay

2J,

iS l 'J·

l'rescoll.

I >artnwuth.

:\lay

'2{,

1-~~,.

. \ mlwr"t.

~l ay

~-

_,,

I

·"I ·

I >art month .

:'~lay 2-f.

,,

s ~· .

I Jartmonth ,

.\[ a,·

? -

1 lumphrL·ys, I >art mouth,

~l ay

?" - ~'.

ll

~l ay

~" -.)•

18

:; 2-S

~

..

• m . :''! .. .. lloltun, Ellis. ..J·s ~

10 Ill. 2..]

)20

\'anh;' Ilurdlc,

1S

220

\'anls TTu nlle,

:!6

2-::. I

~

m.

'l'wo-mi le Bieycle,

(, 111.

Running- Il igh J ump,

:--

Keay,

~ 'I

z s. ,

One-mile W alk,

fl. ft.

10

3-5

51

~- '

~-.

in.,

()

in .,

Hraclforcl.

\\' orcc,;ter I'' 1..

~l ay :!..], Jl'i •• ' .

:\l ay 23,

I

Crook,

\\'illiams,

:\l ay

1••. .

ft. 3 in.,

TI umphreys, IJnrtmouth.

Standing- Broad Jump,

10

ft. 5 ~''\ in.,

Crook,

fl.

I

16

(J

lb. H ammer,

lb. Shot,

!'ole Vault, Bar \'ault , Th rowing- Base-ball, ~f eelings

S2

I)'+

in ..

35 fl. 3 in., 9 ft. 7 in. , (J

fl.

...

~ in.,

35(, ft.'

at H artford, :\l ay

?-I•

I

2-f,

~')·

__,, :\l ay ?"

I'

\\' illiams,

:\lay 2-l.,

1 ~\

Bodwell,

I >artmouth,

:\lay 2-.J.,

I

'' .

IJ oug-hton.

.\ mherst,

?.l ay

~"

It

81) .

W arriner,

t\ mher><l,

?-l ay

2 ..] , l t

s

Hnycl .

,\ mherst.

Ma\·

~ -

-I'

j

Sj.

Campbell,

\\'illiam~.

:I Lay

2j,

I ''

7' at \\' orce~tcr, ~l ay 2..], :I lay ~" -J• j · '!· (

1).

. \ mlwrsl ,

20

Throwing

8<).

Williams,

Running- Broad Jump,

4

I Jclabarrc ,

..]

I 13

_,'

I~ .

. \ marl on.

Standing- lli gh J ump.

Puttin g

l>att.'

nllt.'i!l'

Keay ,

5'2 1•5 s., 2 Ill .

t

..

7)

] ,,

-.>·

S<J.

s

ancl at \\'orcester,


TRINIIV COLLEGE AIHLEIIC

AsseciA lieN. 1nter~ITellegiate Athleti~

Jlleam.

1889.

Captain -

Runn 1·rs- \\' .

·,>'· L." "'""·

\\'. E. A . TTl

Bti.KEJ El' , '<Jo,

Bti.Kr:l r.l', '<)0.

J'L' JJ"'· '<)0, SPr::-. c ER, '<JO,

:\k 'm>k,

'go,

Fl'\ l' JJ,

'<Jt.

jumps- E. 1/urrllrs-

B. Bti.KEI r: \, '90. ITolsJ-.:c:Tc", '<JI.

ll 'innrrs- L.\\11'""· '91, 2rl in half mile run. ll nJSI:"'c:TO'\', 'I) I. second in 220 E. B. Bt ' I.KEI .I·:Y, ·<JO, 3rl in standing hig-h jump. Hutchins, '<)o,

yard hurdle race.

3rl in one mile run.

Captain for

1 <)0-

Candtitalcs for lhl' li•am- \\'. (;RIS\I'OI.D, 'C)o, Gr:si'IER,

'9 1, Ynl' :-;c:, '9r , GRAI r:s,

'93,

'92,

Pl·:tr.:>r:T,

'90, E.

If l'IIIIARJJ,

XI I.E<;,

'93.

R. H.

Bt' I.KEI.EY,

Il t ' TCJJI:\S, '1)0.

'go,

IT t" JTJJii'l, 'l)o,

E.

:\fcCnoK.

'90,

Bt•I.KEI.EI', 'go, F1:-~ ' JJ, 'C)I, ll n is l '\'t:To:-., 'I)I, Bt R :'>JJ . \ ~1,

'rJ2, L A~II'SU:"', '9 1, MAI.I.ORI', '92, GRAI'ES, 'g r , SALTL' S, '92,

0Rrn:-;,

'93, ST.I l FFER, '93,

'92 ,

LE\\'IS,

H .\\' llr::-1,

'93,

Ai.I.E:-1,

'93, \\'c FFE:-iln; :-.;, '93,

'93, H uni! .I RD, 93.

BAKro:-.,


lRINIIV COLLEGE AllllJEIIC

Associ AliON.

1339 90. l'nsldt•lll, T . . \ . l'(l:\0\' I' R . '•Jn. I li·,·-l'r,·slilt-111, R. ).I LC. BR.\I>Y, 'cp.

Sardary, \\'. E. 1\. Bl..' LKEL EY, 'tp. f'Na.wra. E. R. LA ~I PSOX,

J 1<.,

'91.

Cajl/aill t>j flllt!· -(o//,·,t;ia!t' ./1/i/dic 'lt'tllll, R. Il. lll.' T ' 111:\S, '<)0.

'l' . . \ .

,,., E.

Co:\o\FR,

A.

]{.

<)0,

R. ).I cC. HR

\I>\',

CJO,

Htlldll\, '<J<>.

II. li t Tt Ill'-'• '<Jo, 1':. ;..J, 1'- ).fcc"""·

E. R. L \\II'SIJ'\,

J "·'

T.

ql,

P.

Til l R"'(>:\,

ll. S.

C)!),

R.

s. c,,,,,, Ll{,

'9 1,

(;IC\ \ 1:s .

J K.'

<)2,

'CJ3·

. 11/dd,i· hi·ld Ct>mmiii N.

H.

j\[ ,

c.

BIUI>\,

'<JO ,

E. J\kP. i\IL 'oot-., '90.

/i·t>jlhy Nc>OIII ( '01/llllill<'<'.

R. J\l t C. 1:!

HR .\ I>\. '<JO.

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T. P . Tilt Rsto:-., '91.


GR ADUAIE AllllJ EIIC CoMM ITTEE .

Chairman.

l'K<>I. F S

LL"Tll ER. ';<>

Secretary and Treasur r.

M embership of Com m ittee as Elected M arch I 5, 1890.

1'1w1.

F. S. Lt IIII·.R, '7"· term expire,;

\\' . F :\loR"\~,

"T"' Ill ~ chief I on all

duties of the

J IL.

" , term L'xpires

1 ~en .

1

'cp

'ommittce arc to net as :uh·iscrs to the unclcr~?;racluates

imp rtant athletic matter>', to cnclnrse such appeals to the alumni for

the support nf athl tics a,; may meet \\'ilh their apprm·al. lo lake entire charg-e ol :mel manage the Athletic Field, and to act through its Secretary-Treasurer as auditors of the account,; of the \'arious athletic treasurer,; of the l'ollcg-c.

Tlwy also hm· •

po\\'cr to <lcmancl the rl•si~?;nalion of any athletic oflicer \\'ho in their juclgmcnl is incompetent to fulfill the duties of his position

( C)O)


E:iNDERGRADUA IE AIHL1EIIC COMMIITEE.

Ch air m a n. I'R I ~Sll>E:\T

T. C. ,\ . . \.

Secr e tary. 1~.

11 . lll . 'l'l'T II :'\S.

'qo.

M e mb ers .

T .. \ .

C"'"' 1路.1:,

R. l l . Tl 1 1< I;,

1'. l'111

'<y>, J>residcnt of the- :\lhlctic .\,;sociation

Ill''路

'<Jo, Captain of J_ he T rack ,\lhl<.:lic Ten1n.

Ul " 路 '<JO,

:- Ianay;cr Hasc-IJall and F'oot-hall Teams.

R. :-I t l'. HR 11>1', 'rJo. Captain of lhc Hase-bnll Team. T. 1'.

rl

'I'111H~IO:'>, '<1 1,

11 -: duties of the

Captain of the

! ~out-ball

Team for

'ommittcc arc to elccl the t ;racluatc Athletic

I S<) I.

'ommittcc (such

elcdi<m to he ratified by the ColiL路gcl, to consult the (; racluatc Committee on

all important athletic matters . lo determine lhc amount each athlctit- organization shall contribute for the support of the . \ lhletic Field. and lo rlecidc all quest ions a" to the usc of the r\ thletic Field on any part icular date.

( <)1 )


CouuEGE AI

TRINIIV

ILEIIC

AssectA !toN.

Putting I 6 lb. Shot.

1 ~t-C. Jl. Y"'""· '<JI, ~b feet <J

_d-C. S.

111.

(;RJS\1<>11>,

'<JO.

Standin g Hi gh Jump.

Ist-1\. T. (;~-;s~EK. '<JO, -1 feet

~d-E. B. Bti"FJLI, ·,)(, .

in.

l>

Pole Vault. · 1st-

R. 1 f.

)l.l li"l(\, '<J~.

S feet.

~d-.\. CJJ.Is J•: , "<) .

I 00 Yard D ash . 1s t - :\.

T. (; ~-;s~ER, '<)O,

3-5 sec.

JCJ

2cl- \\'.

E. A.

·cJu.

Ht 1 "''·' ' ·',

Thr o win g I 6 lb. H ammer.

J st- 1 ~. R. lluisi:">J,JO'\, '<JI.

zd-C. IT.\'"'";,

'<)1.

Running Hi gh Jump. 1st- ~1 . R. \\'KICIIJ. '<JI, -1-

feet 10 in .

zd-E. B.

Hti.KIII·.I.

CJO.

Btl"J·:II·I .

'qu.

Standing Broad Jump.

Ist-,\.

·r.

GEs:o-FR,

'!Jo. 1J feel 1'2 in.

2d-E . H.

I 20 Yard Hu,· ct Je R ace .

1St-F. 1{. ll oisl:"><a"'•

'<)1,

ICJ

sec.

zd-T . ,\ .

<...'<>~11\FI<, '<JO.

Runnin g Bt·oad Jump.

1st- A. T.

GEs'\EK.

·,JO, 17 feet

3~

( <)2 )

in.

zd-E. B.

BtiKIIII. ·,10.


220 Y ard D ash. ISl -

\\·. E . • \ . Bl I hFI II, 'r.Jo, 23

2cl- E . ~l l I'. ~l r Coor;, 'r;o.

I-S sec.

440 Ya rd D ash. Isl -

E. ~Id' . ~ lr-CooK, 'r.Jo. ·2 2·5 sec.

2d- \\' . 1 ~. A . Bt

u \, 'r.JO.

11..1

H a lf Mil e Run. I sl-E.

R. LA\II'so -., jR., '9 1, 2 111 . 11 sec.

2cl- R . II. ll t "III'"· 'rJI>.

One Mile Run. 1 s l - l ~.

H. FI'O l' II, ·I.JI, 5111.10 sec.

2d - l '. II. SI'I"<I·R. ·I.JO.

Two Mile Run .

Ist- LT. H. SI'E'<n:R, '90, 1 I min. 2S sec.

RECORDS BROKEN .

·1·1" l 'anl /)crslt , 1;:. ~I < J>. ;llr-CrH>K, 'r.JO, 52 2-5 1/crlj .1/i/,• Nlfn , E. R. L\ \11' u-., 1.10

ji<., 'IJI, 2

min.

Sl'l'.

11

sec.

l'artl lllfrd/, • Run·, F. R. ll o lsi'\I ;To.,, 'r.J I , I r.J sec.

SUMMARY. ~ct:unds.

lh·l·ord;o., Bn,kl·n.

0

()

II

7 (,

2 ()

RI 11 IU I -

()

l'Ru i. F. S. Ll' TIJER , '70. /•

Si\RIEK -C. \\'. B0 \\- ~1.\:\' ,' 7· '1'1\II

KIFI ' I ·Rs- ~11<.

JOII:\' ~IELROSI E- and i\IR. STEI' II E:'\ 1), \ L\'.

l'II\I\IIIIH <> I . \ Ri;\'\,;1\ll'ls- R . II.~ ' ll l 1 TZ. T. A.

IJ. \\' .E . A . Ht:LJ..:ELEY,

'0 :'\ 0 YER, ·<JO. ( I.JJ)

'1)0,


FALL 11/\NDICAP MEETING QF loo9. T. C. A. A. 1 00 Y a r d D ash.

J.

1-.1

H. 1~1

K'11\\l.

'ql.

~-:;

11

~d

Sl!L.

E

R.

L.\\11'"''·

'cp, II :;-:;

Sl'L',

Sta n ding Broad Jump. lSI

.\.

'1'.

c;, s\1

ft. i'z

"· 'qo (st'l'all'il). '!

lSI-\\'.

•1'.

~d- 1•. I) , I'll'·"· I. 'q.L

Ill

ft. ,., in

!)

Fr eshma n I 00 Y arcl D ash . :'\111 '· J:! 1-t

J.

Sl.'l,

1111,,

220 Ya r d D ash.

'"I

J.

B. B1 "'"

\\1, ·,,,, :!1

~ sec.

\\'. J' . .'\II

:!cl

I ' · ·!) ~1.

~-J Sl'L' .

Fo ot B a ll D rop K ic k .

lst- lf . ~ c;~\\1'-. 'cp, Ljl feel II in.

E

::!tl

B.

H111,1.11\,

1;10

feet

111.

.j

1 2 0 Y a r d H LII·dle R ace.

1-,1

\\'. 1'. \111 '· '<J3, 1''! sec.

2d

F

R. II'"'"" I"\,

·,1 ,

(sL-ralchl, 1

sl'L.

Runnin g H igh J ump. ['. :'\Ill'S, '<)3·

1>\l- \\' ,

feel -'s in.

2d- F

R. ll"l'"'·l"'·

'<JI, .j

feet

11

1

2

111.

2

in.

F o ot B a ll Pun t. 1s t -

H . S. (;" \\

b, '<J2,

1111

feet

1 111.

~d- 1~.

B.

Bt I."I·. II·.\. 'qo,

1~7

fed

Runnin g Bro a d Jum p . 1s t - . \ .

T.

( ; Fs\1·1(, '<Ju, 17

ft.

1'+

in.

2cl- L. ] )

1'11 •·

1·1,

'en

(scratch),

1f1

fl.

1o• 2 •

440 Y a rd D as h. 1S t - J.11. BtR,II\\I,'<)I,(I0 1 ~

sec.

2ci-F.

R. ll olsl t;1o:-.,'<JI.

Standin g H ig h Ju mp. 1s t - E .

H.

BtL"Ein, '<Jo(scralch), .j

ft. 5 1 2 in. ( !).j )

2<1-. \ . T.

(;ls\IR,

·'I"·

.j

ft. -1':,

tn.


GVMN/\SIUM EXIIIBIYION. Tl'I~SI 1.\ \", :'11.\RC!l ~<. '"'~'·

CONTESTS . Stand i n g feet ~ + 111

High

Running

Hr ''" 11

H ig h

~ fl'l'l

1

'r 111

Jump . ~d :\ill.s , ~ feet 1 r '+

feel.

\, '<)o,

<;

Rop e

Climbin g .

in.

~d-liohl'\1,!11\, '<)!,I) Sl'COildS.

Sl.?l'OI1Cls.

Si'l· ' l !·'!', '<Jtl, { 1 2

IS[

1'1 t ' · " 1. '•J.l.

P aralle l Bars . for Challeng-e Cup. (; , I I 111, ·.,~

Best E .xhrl>ition r~l- \\' . E .. \

Jump .

~d-

Club

l'. II

Swinging. .\ . l'll'\11\'1 R, '•)<>.

T

Sr·r ' ' 1 K. 'q<J,

H igh

l'

II .

1

I I

~tl-lJiliSI'\!.III\;, '<)I.

in.

:~fttr\\'anls hrokc the record, kicking' -,

'rJo.

SJ•J·"\CJ·J.:.I

Kick.

i'll '!.'\F I, '<JJ, i feel

l'rr '·" ht

'r.

.\.

Horizontal (~t ... -'I·R. ·,Jo.

T. P. Till RSIII\, E . B. l>r "·

\\1\11 '"I'· ·,)~.

0. (;. II

feet 5 '+ in.

B ar.

II

'<JI.

111,

'en

V aulting.

rst-T l ors!'\!.To', '<)!,(,feet 5 in.

2cl-(;, 11 111,

'<)2.

" M edley ."

l'. IT. Sr·r :\< ER, (~.

0.

(;, I I

'<J<>.

II"'"""'·

J. ]{,

111, '<J2.

I'. B.

'•p

B .\C 'O \ ' '!)2.

Sr\II· IIK, '<JJ.

Tumblin g.

R B'""·

'q~

II

(;,

0. <: .

\II, '<J:!.

li\\1\111'1>, '•J~.

ll . II.

.\. (;IIIII .Rsl.ll \I, '<jJ.

'up, for the lJt•st all round athlete, \\'as

The :'-lcCraekan

J.

R. B.1v"", (;. IT

Jrr~<.h

<;nr' \sll 'ER,

'•J<•.

111

T

hy

'up for

1 ~.

<),

'<p.

1'. S. HRY,\:\T and R. II. :-.CII\:TZ. Rr rr.Krl·.

l'll\1\111111

\I I ,

\\'Oil

·,J~.

J I older of the :\lcCrackan

SP ii::\

E . ~ . ll r r:IHKI•, '92

Piilll\, '<)J.

\f

h .

J>ROJc . F. S. Ll "J'JrER .

IIU <loR

PROF. STEPJIE:\ ]),\L\" .

. \ 1U\\<ol\ll\ls-T.

1'. Tlil'RSTO:\,

'<J I;

A. C0:\'0 \ 'ER, 'cjo, Chairman. l'. II. c;. IIAIJL, '92: 0. (;, I!A:'-I~I ON' D, '92.

( <JS )


TRIN!IV AIHL1EilC RECORBS. l':\'!i:-1'1'.

y:trc.l clash,

10

2-5 s.

no yurd tlnsh,

'3

'~ s

:;.

52 3-5

~-

11v

44q

ynrd

dn~h.

1.~

mile

f\111,

1

mile run. mile run,

tzo yan] hurdle, 1-lcg~cd

'

race (too yard.,.l,

mile wnlk,

2 mile w.tlk,

2

111.

II

4 111. 5tJ 1- 5

s.

ft. 8~ in.

20 ft.

Standing broad jump,

10 ft.

r8&,.

K R. Lan1psnn, 9'·

~la y

v, •88Q.

R. H. Hutchi ns, '9<'·

:\la y

2'l,

•888.

:\fa y

!.12,

r88S.

1\lay

22 ,

r889.

:\fay

r6,

l

II

'

'9,----

N. Scntl, '89, and Bull, '9r. 0

87.

E. H. !latch. '86.

June

2, r88_1.

R. Barc lay, '8-:z.

June

5· !870-

Jun"

3· t 88o.

1

c lson, 'So.

H. J3ulkeley, '90.

~ l arch l Q,

r88g.

2.),

•878.

2,

t883.

in.

R. ;1[. Campbell, '78.

~lay

in.

P. E. Johns n, '8 4.

Jun

J. w.

:May

21, t888.

0. Appleg-ate, Jr., '87.

April

9· r88;.

I. S. Howe, 9<'·

~ l ay

June

3· r88o.

May

JO, r884.

Oc t.

21, t882.

Bar vault,

6 ft. 8--;;:--1 ~

ook. 'J<'·

H. Spencer, 'oo.

].;.

9 ft. 7 in.

73 ft.

~2.

R. H.

Pule \'attlt,

Throwing 16 lb. hammer.

~la y

~l cP. ,\l c

JO S.

Standing hig-h jurnp,

rSSi. tSM 11•

{E. F.

in.

.,, ~-.'?,

u.

8 m. t6 s.

\K>.

Jun e .\la y

r---;~-R~oisington ,

' l J- 5 :;.

Running brna<l jump,

R . S edK wi ck . '84.

E.

rg s.

20 Ill.

D .\TF

\\'. g, .\. Hulkc..:h.:y,

I U 111 . 5.:) S.

[t. :z l !.!

---

"r·

~-

Running high jump,

-

':\AM I-:.

R E<:OKn.

in.

Shnnnon, '87.

Putting 16 lb. shot,

34 fl. 2?,z in.

E. 0. Apple ton , 'So.

Hop, skip, and jump,

38 [t. to in.

F. R Johnson, '8 4.

'J'hrowing bast!-ball,

365 ft. 4 in.

High kick,

8 (t. 5~ in.

--- -w. R.

Sedgwic k, '8 4.

L. D. Pcugnct, '93·

( 96)

21, r888:

Jllarch 25, •8<)0.


F

TRINIIV C0LLEGE

I BALL ELEVEN. -" \/

--'"' \'

-:...--~-

.

-. I'

- ... ~ He7cl!!/ DIRECTORS. (~ 1un. R 1

Coi.E~IIX, '90, ,Jfanagt'r.

1'.

] MIES

A.

Tl'R:"IlliLL, 'g2.

Capt a in . E1>11 IRII

AkP.

i\lrCoo~o;,

'90.

Rusher s . (;RISIIIH.IJ, '90; 1'11liRSTOX, '91; II lBBMW, '93: IftHB .IRD, '92; lT OISI:"GTO;>., '9 1 : ll ll.l., '93:

E. ArcCou;;, '90. Qu a rte r-B ac k . ] .J\ t\LI I , 't)O.

Half- Backs .

E. B.

and

BvLJ.:ELJo.\, 'c)o,

Full-Back. GKAI Es, '92.

HRAli\',

'90路

Substitutes. 'ol\'un:R, '<)0;

J.

M ('CuoK, '90; You:-;<:, '9 1; 'l' t ' R<'BVLL, '92; G. If t11.L, '92; ALLEN, '93; P~o:t路c:;>.ET, '93;

CoxovER, '93; I LIRTI.E\', '93 .

Captain for I 890 .

'1'11 EOUORE P. 13

TIIVRSTO;>. .

( 97 )


SEAS N QF

1889.

SCHEDULE OF GAMES . ~ \ t 1!artforcl, October

s.

Trinity. o~: \\'eslcyan,

.\t ~ew York, October HJ, Trinity, :q:

'olumbia, -1·

At !Iartfonl , <h:tober

2-1,

Trinity , o: Ynlc , (q.

,\ t !Toboken, October

2(>,

Trinity, o; Stevens, 5·

,\t I lartford, ?\o,·ember

I•

:!

A.

Trinity , o: B.

At Burlington, \ 'l., N O\·em ber 9. Trinity,

1

A. ,

().

: \' ermont,

A t ll artfonl, Nm·ember q, T rinity, o: \'i'csleynn, At Hartford, No,·ember 16, Trinity, . \ t ll nrtford, :'-1 m·ember

l

,,.-·

St

\·en~ ,

!J.

(J.

().

Tri nity, 72: H.ochcster,

0.

SUMMARY.

c;ames \\'On,

5 J

(~ames

tied,

Points ~cored by Trinit y,

130:

ngainst Trinity, S7: points plnyecl,

(9 )

2 17.


FOOI-BA l1l1 EIJ EVEN .

,- ~" .....

...1

~- .... - - -

~:r~

l}, ,

!\..~ ~ .I _,._. R.

:;.rcc. BRADY .

N~tslt,·rs, (;RI~II'oJ.li, B.ll<llER, SP":-;cF.R,

Q!tarlcr-/Jad.·,

Had.·,

LY'\t'll.

'91

'

Captain and Jfana.l(t'r.

E. l\IcCour:,

S)IITII,

J.

;,~cc .... l,.

B1 1 ~Ell•.\.

<.:"'"' 1 "-

.?llcC'''-IIIF,

l!alj-Nacks. E. B.

BKAIJY.

I -BALL El1EVEN .

F

FREDERI C!

H..

l iO I SINt~TUN,

Captain.

N!tsl~t ·rs, Sctlllli':R, GIU\' 1·:>, B1 R\.IIA~ I , Cu~'II·:K, 11 <11 l>ot:ru:-., Yut >.t:, T .II.<HII.

1/alj-Hat:ks.

FIJo.Cif, '1'111 R;,lo>..

l·itii-J:ad•.

11.1\11 " -

FOOl-BALL ELEVEN . lf AR~.I OJ\'

N!tsltl'rs,

TRUIIBRIIH.r:,

Aut\,

S. c;RA \'E ', CaptaiN.

0Riu>., HL-HBARil,

Jlalj-Hat:ks,

G.

H .11,1., ll t\ii'IIIUE:,, HAco:-..

::II ALI.III<Y, GK.II'I::"-

1-iti/-Hark,

I -BALL ELEVEN .

'93 F W I LLlr\. .?IJ P.

. lfana.t{t' r.

W lLLl A ::IJ C. IIJ L L , Captain.

il'!tsltt-rs, ::'X11.Ks, Co>.KLI>., \\'oi'I·E?-.Ill,>- , I l tHII 1IRU, Bu 111E, rJ.tttrrf,·r-!lad.·. l~ELruJo.. Jl alj-Hacl•s, l )Ec-<.;:-;1·:'1, 1-T ILI..

l l AR'II.k\', A11 "-'·

l ·itii-!Jac!.-,

. 'IIIJ:/1/Itt ! tJ, )Jt ·J,I'II\' .

Jl. P. II . S.

S11 11 '·

su.

11s.

'<)3·

o lo

I I. P. II. S. vs.

'<)3,

o to 46.

l

()'J )

'p''"l 1 IL


TRIN!IV C e u!J EGE B ASE- BAL1 11 N INE.

DI R E C TO RS.

G. P. COLE ~TA .l\', '9o, lll::mager. \\' . II . )\fcC .LLOCJ I , '9 1, 'J'rcasu rcr.

C. E. TAYLOR , '<p.

IEAM FQR 10.90. Captain .

R DI NGWELL,

G 1\.\\'ES,

'92;

'92;

I T \~ILl', 'cp,

H L BBARll,

~fcC .

BR. DY . '9o. I ~R \I>\'' '<)(),

1'.

'<)2, \:.

Iil L I , '93, PEn;:\JCT, 'c)J, 311.

C JJ ERITREE, '<)O, JH.

Ollljidthrs- L1 1\l'll, '9o: CuU .f:;\, '93:

B.1co:-.,

211.

;'.LII .J.<>R Y, '<)2;

'92.

( J OO)

'''"'"' I•:R , '<J3: PI;LTL>:-., '<J3, PAI\E, '<p;


'90 BASE - BAllil NINE. R.. Et)\\

Captain. ~kCLELL.\:\'1) BR.\ ~ \'.

\Rll :lit l'. :\kCPUK, 1'.

Ptttttl' ~·,,. 'r'lltt:tll)tJIU·:

(;. P.

ru, L.

3"·

,,-, E . .\. Btl Kl·ll\. ~.~. )II C<l.'IIH, 1.1. E. B. Btt Kt'tt\, c .r. 1'. t\ . '0:'\11\ 1-'R, R.F.

~.

1\'.\RRI·'\

Cllt~ RITIU·T,

lB.

Cot E~t 1:-;, 21!. Sub st itu te. ~1. Lt lllFR.

R.

Offi cia l S core t·. U. T. :1111 ',\l'tt·:l.

'92 BASE- BAilll NINE . Captain.

If. S. UH.A\'E.·.

J.

If. S. <:R\11 ,, c. R. II. ~llttoK\, 1.1 .

f> ,\1'\]o', 211.

j . .-\ . 'i't

I{'\

I-; ( I I,

""·"'•

R. S. s II I I ' · JH. r\. l )"t.\1.11 I. I

J. R

1 ~.

H\C<l"\,C , ] .

1•:. 1..:. II I

,\

]:]:\ 1<1 '· 1<.1•.

Tl. Stilt n. tt •.

Sub titute. <>. C. I I lltlto'\tl.

'93

BASE - BALL

NINE .

M anage r.

J. \\' .

LE\\'lS.

Capta in .

\\" . C. fl ti I. _I

\Ill•'

l't

I> F,,

II . IJ. ll t

\\ ' I l l I I .II

L<>i

IS

\ \ti l l " '

c.

IIE,tn

1'.

II. l'tll"'• '·'· IJ . l,t·: t t:'\Jo.l, Jli.

JZ11 I '''·• I .

Lutts

1\l!.IIUl,

CtlAJ(l]o'.S ~It](]']]\'

!I til.,

Il L

(; ~:o IH; I(

211.

Offici a l RotH:t<'t

Scorer.

C. I l.1 VIlE:>;. ( 101)

\ \ ' II SO',

](.F.

r·. F.


'91 BASE BALL NINE.

Man age 1~.

Captain.

(; . 7\.

l;.

~.

[J.\\ILI:\.

IL\\111'. 1'.

(;, II.

WRI<:III' l'.

C. H.

'1' .\IXOII ' , 111.

I. K. H

J.

I路 .

F'

H.

l'l.l ' \IJ:, J IL F1:--L'JI.

1.. 1'.

T. L. E1 \n:o-, c .v.

\~IIL'I'O'i, 2il. \\'.

(; ,

\\' i<l t; lll,

( 102 )

IU .


'90

HOCI<;EV EuEVEN .

'-~---

P oi n t.

'!'. C0::\0\'ER, Captain. Ru s h e r s.

\\'. 11. A.

s. 13.

But.KJ·: t.EI",

c. ].

Bt ' l.Kiil,EY,

S.

J'.

GR!S\\'01.1>,

S~i!lll,

l;. P .

. LiTTELl.,

'o1 1( \1 \'\.

H a lf - B ac k s .

Cov e r-Point.

E.

G oa i - K eepe •· ·

'.!'. L.

~1cConK,

CIIIWIT!Ud•:.

0CKEY ELEVEN . Ru s h ers.

\V.

(~. \ VRI\.111,

J\: 1~t:Sill'RY,

PLF~I B, HA~JJ.I:\ ,

YA--: S!'JI \\1\,

JioJsJN<tToi'\ ,

Ft~>.CJJ,

'rilL RSTO;\

H a l f- B ac k s. IIA\11 LTC>:\ .

}_; _\MJISO:\ ,

Go a l-Te n de r .

M cCuLLOCH.

( 103)


'92

ELEVEN.

Hocl~Ev Point .

(;

Ctt/'1<~111

11.\LL ,

Rushet路s. I~\ <'",

E1 \\\ '路

[ft

~~ \I Lilt{\

Bll .\1<1>.

H a lf- Ba c ks . 'f l{cl\\ HI{ llll.l

Goal - K ee p er.

Cover - Poin t.

S

' ( '( I{'\ llt I I .

\I I I '

'92 PoLo TEAM. Rushers. ;\l\ILOR \ .

(:I{\\ I'S,

Center. P\11'E .

Goal.

H a lf-Back.

Tl

At~IY.

!{'IIlii.

( l O.j.)


B

TR!NltV

'c;u, Bow;

l't>:-.Cl\ ER,

f.:.

'93, 2:

1-lA\'JJI·: :-.,

Bt.:J.KELI"' ·

s;

'c;o,

AI CREW'.

ll L BI!,\RI>,

'93, 3;

illcP. i\ lcC<>OK, 'c;u, Stroke and Captain.

Coach for

1

<JO, F.

Hulsl:<t:Tu:-.-, '<JJ, ~;

E.

B.

'92, 6: Yor:-.-t:, '9I, 7·

Sllll.l; v,

:YL\CAVLEY, '9u, Coxwain.

Fn ·z(.3Eic~J.I>. ' <).

,;. N B. B8At GREW'. lllt ' KI:-."SUi\', ·,)3,

Bm\·;

SllEJ',\R]), 'C) t , 2; 1\'!i:-."ER, 'C)O,

3:

LAWTON, '9 1 , ~; H o\\'AIW, '<Jl'

III KS, '<)1, 6; ALLEN, '93. 7·

J.

LEWIS, '<JJ,

Stroke

:mel

Coach £ r .Annual race held r\pt·il

1,

E. K.

Captain. 1 <)0,

C. C.

TR u\\' 131\liJ<..:E,

JR. , '<)2,

Coxwain.

'cyz .

r go. Course, College Walk, four limes length of building and return.

* 1 ever Beaten. I~

I-lUilHAJW,

( 105 )

s;


TeNNis.

( IO(>)


INIER-GOLLEGI ATE L/\\JN TENNIS AssociATION.

OFFICERS

I 889 - 9 0.

J' rcsidt•ul, 0. S. C \M PBELL, Columhia, '91. {';i·,·-J'rrsidrnl, Q. 1\ . STir\\\', llan·anl, '91. • 'nrt'lary and Trt•aslt!'tT, R. P. ll l 0:Tl ::\GTO"N, Yale,

'91.

SEVENTH ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. HELD ON THE GROUNDS OF NEW HAVEN LAWN CLUB, OCTOBER , 1889 .

R epresen!t•d-Am hcrst, BrO\\·n, Columbia, Cornell, ll ar\'anl, Princeton, Trinity, 'i\' illiams, anrl Yale. Sin g l es.

rst-

Il LYII:\<:TO:\,

Yale,

'9 1.

2cl- U on:Y, Brown, 'rJo. D o ubl es .

rsl- 0 . S. 2d-

AMI'BELL, '91,

and .A. E.

Columbia.

H :->Til\<.:Tu:<, '9 1 , and Jl t >l\TI:-.r:To:\, '91, Yale. OFFICERS

f'r csidenl,

\ \ '1<1l:JI'l, '91,

l~ .

A . II

I 888-89 .

R]) , Yale, '90.

I 'kt•-J>resid,•lll, Q. A. SUA\\', !Tan·anl, St•cTdary a11d Treas11rcr, 0. S. CA.\fPBELL, Columbia, ( 107)

'91.

'<JI.


wiNNERS IN T HE

LAwN

INTER-COLLEGIATE AssociATION.

S 1it,![les - rst, SPRING OF

1 8 8 3.

\

'l

J.

E.

zrl, G. L. j )r171 /Jhs-

1st, zd,

CLARK

TENNIS

CLARK, ' 3, H arvard. SAKGt·: NT, Yale.

and

GARili\ER, '

TA Y LOK, ' (,,

.f, and IlrL L, '

ri an·ard. s, Brown.

Siitg·l,•s - rst, TAYLOR, ' 6, H arvard. zd, TIIOR:'\, '86, Yale. l J)oubles-rst, PRE Bt;R\',' -, anr1 TAYLOR,' 6, Han·ard. C zd, lZ:\APP, ' 6, and T11oR:-<, ' (,, Yale.

J FALL,

I 8 8 3.

_l FALL, 1884.

t PALL,

I 8 85.

Sinrrles - rst, K:-> .IPI', '6, Yale. zd, BRrXJ.EY, ' , Trinity. ])oubll's- rst, K:-:.\1'1', '36, and 'l'IIOH:-., ' 6, Yale. zcl, BRIXLE\', ' , and \~'RICII ' r · , ' , Trinity. Stitxles -1st, Kr-:Ar'l', '86, Yale. zd, BRINLEY, ' , Trini ty. J)o1tbles - rst, !Z NAI'l', ' 6, and Sllli'MAN, ' 6, Yale. rtAsK, and PRATT, Amherst. zd,

{ {

'1itrrles

PALL , I 88 6.

FALL,

PALL,

I 887.

I 888.

PALL , I 889.

- rst, BR! XLEY, ' 8, Trinity. zcl, TII ACI!ER, ' 7, Yale. f)oublt:s - rst, K:-.APP, ' 6, and THACHER, ' 7, Yale. zcl, BHIXLEY, ' , and PADDOCK, ' 8, Trinity. "'

Si71,f?·les - rst, SE.\RS, '89, zd, CA~ l PHEI.I., Doubles- rst, SgARS, ' 9, zd, HALl., ' g, Stitghs - r st, SEARS, ' 9, zd, CA~t Plllcl.l., Do11bles -1st, H ALL, ' <), zd, SEARS, ' 9,

{

{ {

Singlt•s - rst, zd, Doubles- rst, zd,

Harvard. '<)! ,

and

Columbia. 'IIAII', '91,

Han·ard . .

and CAMPBELL, 'l)r, Columbia .

Harvard. '91, Columbia. and C.\~ti'JJKI. r ., 'g r,

and

SHAll', '91,

olumbia.

H arvard.

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CA)ll'BELJ., '9:r, and \Vrut:rn, '9r,

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TRINITY

LA'w'N

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AssociA T ION .

DIRECTORS. R oHEK r

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REPRESENTATIVES

1\ T THE I NTER C OLLEGIATE

JOURNAM E NT

FO R 1889. /Jou/Jirs.

Singh:s. M. R .

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T~INIIV COLLEGE GE~MAN Cuus.

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OFFICERS. President.

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TRINITY CoLLEGE

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Persons at present under treatment in this celebrated hydropathy: P<>RT I A,

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MI. GREINA PA . 1'. ~1., and were escorted by their host, ~lr. Robert Il. Coleman, '77, to their tents, pitched on the shores of Lake 'onewago. As each man entered the encampment he wa presented with a badge, consisting of a sih·er button, on which was emblazoned a blue and gold shield. This was to be used as a pass n the railroad and as a sou,·cnir of the reunion . A cut of it heads this article. Saturday, Jun e 29th. - ~l orning: Excursions to L ban on, Cornwall, and to the summit f Governor ])ie;k on the natTO\\' gauge; tennis, rowing, etc:., between showers. Afternoon: Base-ball, Cornwall 'liS. Trinity, -1-27. Evening: Concert by the Collcg Glee Clul and the Pcrsc,·crancc Band of Cornwall.

Friday, June 28th. - Campers arri,·ecl by special train at 7

Sunday, Jun e 30th. - Spcc:ial train to Lebanon carried a large congregation to St.

Luke's Church, where Bishop Rulinson of 'entral P ennsylvania preached. In the evening another special train com·cyed a party to L ebanon to attend evening scn·ice. Monday, July 1st. - Base-ball, Cornwall

11s . Trinity .Al umni, 19- -13· Uni,·ersity of Pennsyh·ania nine arri,·ed at noon. Anothct concert was gi ,·cn in the eve ning, and the ommenccmcnt number of the Tablet was distributed. Copie of 90' hY were presented to the Alumni by ~l r . Coleman . Tuesday, July 2d. -Tub race at 10. 30 A . ~1. 1\ inc entries. P rize, ro, offered by Mr. Archibald R ogers. \ Yinncr, rst heat, J ones, ' ; 2d, Littell, '90. Winncr, 2d h at, onovcr, '90; 2cl, Potter, '92. Final heat, Conover won, Jones , 2cl. Immediately after, the excu rsion to the Pcnnsyh·an ia tccl \\'ork s took place. I n the afternoon ball game between U. P. and Trinity was called.

Only two innings could be played on account of rain. In the evening, concert and a " dime show.' '

Trinity, 3; U. P ., r.


~ pecial train to the ore banks at Cornwall and the furnaces at Lebanon. Afternoon: Base-ball, G. P. 11s. Trinity, o- 10; Lafayette vs. Trinity, 1 - 1 in fi,·c innings. E,·cning: Brilliant display of fireworks at Cornwall, which :\[r. Coleman is accustomed to gi\·e for his employes. Thursday, July 4 th. - ~It. Gretna I ark thronged with ,·i. itors throughout th day. Afternoon: Base-ball, Lafayette vs. Trinity, 6- 5· E\·ening: Concert at the headquarters by Glee Club and Perseverance Band, followed by a. brilliant illumination of the lake by fire-,,·orks. Friday, July 5th. - :\[orning: Boat races: course, a. quarter of a. mile and return. Prize 10, offered by ~[r. Archibald Rogers. 1\'inners of double scull, Tutlle, ' 9, and Frem:h, ' 9; 2d, Bulkeley, '90, and Conover, '90. 1\'inners of single oar ra e, 'cott, ' 9; 2cl, Talcott, '91. Afternoon: Base-ball, Cornwall 7'S. •rri•1ity, 2-27 . :\ l r. Coleman promised the ' l'rinity nine fifty dollars for e\·ery game they should win during the ensuing season; ten dollars of it to be devoted as a prize to the player who made the best record tluring the game; a sacrifice hit to count as a base hit in the determination of his record. E'·ening: A complimentary concert to :Mr. Coleman was given by th Glee lub at Fisher's Hall, Lebanon, for the benefit of the Lebanon Hospital. Dur·ing an interm ission, the committee on the awarding the prize of fifty dollars, offered by l\[r. Archibald Rogers to that ball player who should make the best record in the series of matches played at l\ [t. Gretna, made the report of their decisi n in favor of Harmon S . Graves, '92, tl1e presentation speech bei ng made by F. L. 1\'ilcox, ' o. Saturday, July 6th. - eneral breaking up of the reuniou. Special train left Mt. Gretua for Philadelphia and Kew York at 10 A. M.

Wednesday, July 3d. - Morning:

T

H E committee on the Loving Cup, to be presented to I r. Coleman al the coming Commencement, consists of Dr. 'Vainwright, chairman, Dr. G. \ Villiamson Smith, W. E. Curti· , '75, F. F . Kramer, ' 9, and R. McC. Brady, '90. Rah-R ah- l ah ! Trin-i-ty ! Boom-rah - Boom-rah- Tri n-i-ty !

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fVARADISE SECTIONs ORT HANB C I1 ASS.

MEMBERS.

EowARD BRo:<:sox FrxcH. Emi' ARD McPI!ERsox ~IcCo<>K. ' Vrr.u 1~1 Er.ri'HALET ADA~r.

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in training, as be holr1s one of " E. G. Lewis

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between his lips.

The bald-headed gentleman facing you is Mr. iV!c ook.

too, is an athlete.

Though only a few summers have passed over his head, he has

made such fast time on the race track about prematme old age, a Finch.

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that the whistling wind bas brought

the engraving shows so well.

Of him we ha1·e nothing to say-he run. thi: book. ( 14 )

At h is right sits Mr.


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MEMBERS.

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F. } AR\'IS, JR., '9路

J.

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II. GR im1'-E, '91.

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tRINITV Al1tfMNI ASSOCIAtiON QF tHE

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Offic ers.

President, J. WlLLIA;\fS, '90.

V/ce-President, F. H. BEER , ' 9· ecri!lary and Treasurer, E. B. B TLKELEY, '90. M e mb e r s .

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F. H . BEERS, ' 9· II. II. BAKilER, '90· E. B. Bruoci.EY, '90. J. \\'il LIA~JS, '90·

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F. LAWTON,

'91.

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E. RA="VALL, '92.

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SIDNFY

S .\\IL'I•: L

ELBERT.

C. Lon:RIDGE .

llENRY

]. GARlli'FR \Ytl lTE.

JI \l.l.. Jxo. IL S. Qu1

BRL":'dl.\(.;E.

X.

\\-~1.

1\IILTO:-. POLK.

~ C L' DDER.

BRI(;Il ,\~1.

ELL! . KURTZ.

R. B.

TERRY.

\\' . .'\I \'Tll.

JAREil

YIBHERT.

B. CIIESIIIRE. Gw. E. ELincu .. D. P .l<a: Corrox.

CLERC.

]) ,,.,n F. L u)l

HUNTINGTON.

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S ·l J( KI.l;'\(;.

J .\\!Es B. \\"

K.

llENRY

I!ow.1Rn C.

Il L<;(;.

]. ::lluCooK. Coll ege

M ars hal,

1890 .

THEODORE P \ YXE TIIURSTOX. A ssistant College

E . R.

F . R. H or.

L.DlPSON.

E. A .

M arshals .

l:oiGTON.

I. K. I. W. Ilt:GI!E .

PRESSEY.

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\\' illiam \\' . lJ ayl.'s, Surgeon 6th Cal. I nf. Jo,.;eph llugg, . \ cling Surgeon C'. S. ~ ­ J. E\\·ing- :\kar,;, ~·rmaster \' ols. li L· nry II. l'ierce. :\laj. t,;l Conn. llem·y .\rlillery; 1-h·t. Capt. t:-;l L'. S. 1. Strong \'incent, ~laj.- ;en. Penn. \'ols. Ob. pro }atria, }11/y 7. 1S6_1. Ct

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'harles :\1. Conyngham. ~laj . q3d l'enn. \'ob. ( ;ritlin .\ . Stedman, Col. ttlh Conn. lnf.; H1·t. Brig.-(;en. Ob. jJro jJatria, .I ug. 6,

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'l'hl.'odurl.' C. (;Iazil.'r, Sl.'rgt. 'o. lJ , 2d onn. I lea1·y .\ rtillery. \\illiam ll . ~lallory , Capt. Co .. \ , tsl Conn. C~11·.; ~laj. 2cl :'\. \'. Cm·. Enoch \'. Stocldarcl, Surgeon 65th X. \'. lnf.

,\nh ur \\' .. \lly n, Capt. ancl B1·t. :\laj . tuth C. S. J. \\'illiam S. Cogswell, :\laj. 5th Conn . Inf. Frederick .\. :\!iller, . \ cting ~laster L'. '. X. lbnkson T . :\!organ. Capt. L'. S. Sharpslwolcrs; Lt.- 'ol. 5-tlh :\. \' . lnf. .\ugustus ~lorse, Jr. Edward C. ~orris , Capt. itst Pen n . lnf. Ob. pro palria, .! Ia)' IC), 1St~>· \\'illtalll ll. \\'~.:bster, tst Lt. Co. l , sth Conn. Jnf.; IS( Lt. Co. C, 12lh \'ct. !{.C. ( 15-t)


Charle~ S. llak, Chaplain ;th Yt. \'ok (}e •rg-c \\'. llugg. 2d Lt. Co. ,\, 1Slh Conn. lnl. U/J. jlrr• jl<~lria. fult• .<'''· t.l'bt Coley James. l:'il Ll. Co. II. 1;,t Conn. t':w William ll. Penfield, Capt.·,_ Clerk l'. S ;.: Francis S. Pinckney. II eber Smith, Adj. sth Conn. lnf. 0/J. pro jmlnil, .IIIJ: q. t.\'62.

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J amc~ \\". Clark. Acting • sst. Paymaster L'. S. ;.: . (; corgc F. Ellis, Acting 3cl Asst. Engineer l'. :-.. ::\. Ri chard !<'. (;oodman ..\ cling Asst. l' aymaslcr l'. S. ::\ Th omas ~[_ L ucllo\\', Ensign L'. S. ::\. J ohn J. :llcConk, 2cl Lt. 1st \'a. lnf. Jcromc (;. Atkinson. Dan iel P. Dewey, :ul Lt. Co. A, 25th Conn. lnf. 0/J. jln> jlalria, .ljlril t.;, t,IY!>· J;:([,,·arcl '. ll op:on , 'orp. Co. D, zrl 'onn. ll ca,·y "\rtillery. U/J. pro fa/rio, Ot!. ''l• t.\'6;. Robert \\'. Huntington, Capt. t:. S . .::\. Forcl11am Morri;;, 1st Lt. 6lh 1. \'. IT cm·y ;\rtill cry; 1\. A. Arlj.-Ct•n. 1\ rtillcry. Jra Sl. Clair Smith, Jst Lt. Co. ', 31st (CClnn.) L'. S. C. I. 'harles .\1. Strong. • L emuel II . \\' clles, 1st Lt. 32u \\'is. I nf. CL<~ss

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Franklin Hayes, Corp. Co. K, 16th 'onn. l nf. (}b . pre> jlalria, Si'jll. ,;-o, tSt>.;. Erlgar B. Lc\\' is, Scrgt. Co. ]), 2d Conn. ll ea1·y . \ rtill<:ry. 0/J. j!r(l jwlri.r, St fl. (>, t.W~,. William II. Lewis, 'apt. 'o. H, zcl Conn. l lea1·y Artillery. Charlcc; \\' . 1\funroe, 1st Lt. --J.lh R. I. l nf.

i'lo·11C- It 1s ,;pecially requested that mcmrH-anda of errnrs or omissions in thi,., list be sent to the Professor of Latin. ( I

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MARRIAGES.

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VALlEBICI

RIANS AND

S/\ uUI /\ I ORI/\ NS

IN TRINIIV COLLEGE. ISJ

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\ ". h;aac E. Crary. Samuel C. Golcl sborou~h. S.

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Henry G. Smith . ·william li. Walter.

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c: eo rge 1>. J ohnson. J a meg 11. \\" illiams. 1 55· Luke A. Lockwood. Edwin ' Holies. 1 s6. Daniel E. ll okomh. Samuel V. ll otchkin. J

I

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John '1'. ll untington l> aniel E. LoYeridge.

I

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s.

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l < 37· \" . Abner J ack.·on . s. J ohn T. ushing.

S.

41.

\ ' . Thomas

\ ' . J ames If . Elliott.

!sane H . T u ttle.

\".

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I \\'m. II . Frisbie.

I

JJ.

IJ ugh L. Morrison. Edward !l ard year.

l 34· Y . William Payne. olomon G. H itchcock . S.

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E. Edwards Beardsley. J ohn W. French. I

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0lathaniel E. Cornwall. J oseph R . Eccleston.

S.

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John :'II. Atwood. (;corg-c W. <:irldings. 1'-1-( ).

Robert B. Pairbairn . \ · aiHlcn·oort Bruce. l

JO.

Augu stus F. Lycle. Isaac \\'. llallam .

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Isaac c:. 1 Iubbard. l\'athaniel 0. Cornwall. I

\' . Joshua (~. \\'ri g ht.

I

Charles l;illette. Cyrus :\l unson.

I 5· . (; enrg-e s. ili a! lory. \\'illiam II. \ "ihhert. I.

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S amuel I lcrmann. (; orgc B. Hopson.

5')·

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S.

I

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J~obert Jo~eph

V.

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I

A. Henton. F. Ely.

V.

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Charles '!'. Olmsted. E lwarcl P. Johnson.

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'ea,·er l\f. Holden. John H. McCraekan.

7+·

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S.

R. 'f. R eineman. J. b . Brown.

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I.·aac lleislcr. Charles E. Moore.

Henry R . Ne ly. William . Barrows.

76.

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H. B. Loomis. Robert Thorne. I 86. I 77· \'. Charles C. Edmunds, Jr. \. Hermann Lilienthal. S. john Prout. William J. Tate. 7·

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V. J. Russell Parsons, Jr. S. Charles W. Jones.

Edward N. Dickerson. James D. 'myth. l

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William A. Beardsley.

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Charles E. Purdy.

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ORDER OF SER VI CES - OBLIGATORY.

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attendances each

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CLASS

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QF IHE Cu SS QF

1890.

JUNE 24 , 1890.

Pr eside n t .

(;. P .

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Or ator.

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P rese n te r.

Po et.

(; , \\'. S,\ RGE?\T.

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S q u eez er Or a tor.

' !' . A. C0::\"0\'ER. H i stori a n .

W . E . A. B ' LKELEY . Epilog u e .

S. GR ISW OLD .

COMMITTEES. CLASS DAY.

\I ITII , BARBER , LY:\ CII ,

L n111, R, and

P 1 :\ l' IIO:\.

RECEPTION.

E. Bt

Lh.EI.EY, \ \'.

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LKEI.EI' ,

C o i.E~L\:>., Co:-;oi'ER, GRi s \\'ol.ll,

and \\' ,IRRI·: \.

MUSIC .

Coi.E~IA:>. , PRESSC:I',

and

\Y ARRE:>..

INVITATIONS.

'n..;o\'ER,

\\' . B t LKEI.I"' • CIIEKITRI, E,

and ;\[(

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PHOTOGRAPH.

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a nd Ln

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FINANCE.

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NOMINATING COMMITTEE .

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J.

l\l cCooK. and

GR t w o t.!l.


L jENVOI. ~IIO GII the :\\·cct voice of the singer be silent, Still will his melodies thrill us for aye ; Fast though the flowers of summer be fadino· ' o> Ne'er shall their fragrance pass wholly away. Softly the breezes Murmur at sundown, Gently recalling the vanishing day.

1

All that has fled ever lives in remembrance, • Sparkling with dew in the bright morning beams; Memory pictures the fair blushing ro:es Blooming anew by the life-giving streams. S ngs half-forgotten, Voices long silent, Sweetly arc wafted to us in our dreams. Thrilled is the heart a. the harp is awakened, Thrilled by the memory of all that endears, Ever to u · the bright days that have vani:hed, Lost in the maze of the fugitiYc year:. Lo! in an in tanl Time's Ycil is lifted, And all the past in its beauty appears.

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R eader, in future when tenderly musing, Thou art recalling the dear days of yore, Then 'ti · our wish that thc:c pages awaken Fond recollections of year: that are o'er. :M ay sweetest memories Ever enchant theeVisions of what can return nevermore! ( 162)

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Yes! Time may bring all his pitiless change ; e'er from the heart shall the past fade away ; Thouo-h o'er the mountains the shadows he falling, And the hrig-l1t skies slowly turn to dull gray, Yet, in descending Shades of the evening, :May we not dream of the beauty of clay?

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ADVERliSEM'ENlS.

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7lst SEMI-ANNUAL FIN ANOIAL STATEMENT OF THE

INSURANCE COMPANY OF

HAl~TFORD,

CONN.

~

AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECEMBER 31 , 1889.

CASH CAPITAL,

$2,000 ,000.00

$5,305,004.23 AS F OLLOW. ' : Cash on H and, in Bank, and with .\ gents, . Cnitcd .' tales and State Stock< and Hnnd<, H a r tford H nnk Stocks,

-498,.66.6! Jsr,8so.oo 598,]74-00 s<><J,46:1.oo

)J iscellnncous Bank Stocks, . . Corp11rdt.ion ::uul R ailroad ~locks 11nd Honcls, Count¥, City, and \\'nter Honds, R L·nl l ~slatc, . . . . Loans on 'ollnlcral, R t·nl Estate L oans, . J\ ccum u lated lnlercsl and R ents,

2 t34o,765.70

148,86o.oo 33·5'4·34

2

33t322.SO 75 1,500-00

39.0]q.o8

'l'O'I'AL C AS II A~~ETS,

85,305 ,00 4.23

LIABJLJTII!:,'. C a sh Capital, . . R.cst• r ve [tlr Outstanding Los.~es, l{ (·~on·c for Rc- Immrance,

.... 2 ,000,000. 00

'54.52J·43 ''749,2•15··P I,JOl,235·39

Ne t Surplus, .

;;,305.00·1.2:1

TUTAL L OSSI<:S P ]]) SL\'CE OR GANlZATIO I'\ O F COMPANY,

$25,710,646.88 If. KJ<: I.LOCi G, P rcsidcn. D . W. '.S KILTON, \" ice· P rcsident. ] . H .•\{l ' l' C H E J., I,, 2<1 \ 'icc- l' rcsidcnl. ( ;I;;Q. H. B R D lC K, Secretary. C II A S. 10:. t; , \ L A ' AR, Assistant S e<· r ctary. H . :\1. :\IA ( ;lL L, General A gent \\' cstcm D epartment, Cincinnati, Ohio. TH 1::0. F. S PEAR , .\ ssistant ( ; cncral Agent \\'cstcm D epartment, Cincinnati, Ohio . . \ . E. ~tA l ~l L L, l~ c n eral Agent J>~u.:ific lJepaiiment, Snn Prancisco, Cal.

( 166)


han~

F

YCH' arc a prudent man, ancl money itn-est in property, you will Iexercise clue diligence to a,.;ccrtain it,; \·nlue. to

You will not purchase a h<Jttse or business properly without examining e:u·efully into it,; present and prospccli\·e \·alue. You will want to know that the title is perfect, and is \'C,.;tccl in the person from whom you arc to recci\'e the clecd. Tf you purchase a horse you arc careful to ascertain all about his merits ancl hi,; objectionable points, if any exist. \\"hy not then take a little lime ancl itl\'estigatc the ,.;ubject of life insurance,an<l know that you sccu rc the most reliable and successful company in which to entrust the interest of your families? ~othing can be of more impot"l· anec, to you and to those whom you love, than that you make a wise selection in this particular. Ascertain flrst of all, if the company soliciting your patronage has a goucl reputation; that it has age and experience; that it is doing a conservati\·c, yet an acti\'c business; that its eontracts arc liberal, and that its dealings arc honorable. It is important that you know about its resources -not so much the amount of its assets, as its surplus after proYi<ling for its liabilities. To one unfamiliar with the suhjcd a company with the largest it1\'CSLC1l fund would appear to be the strongest, but such is not

the fact. Thl• strongest company, from a financial standpoint, is the one that has the largest rl'latiYl' balance after pro\'iding for its legal liabilities. Another important matlt•r for ~-our consideration is the character of the organization, and the manag-ement. Il:l\"c those in l'harge of it a pecuniary interest in the ~.:ompany's suecess? Jim; the company a cnpital stock of sufficient amount tn secure, through the pecuniary interest of its stockholders and eli rectors, that painstaking care and consl'n·ati\"l' management so important in the business? If it is a company styling itself a " purely m u t u a I " yon may he sure that the. first and pnramount considcration of those in charge will he to prO\·idc liberally for themseh·es ancl their em ployccs, for it is only h) the assistanLe of the latter at the poliey-holclcrs' expense, that these position,; of the managers arc retained. Select, then, the company managed by men who arc employed upon their merits, and without the aid of proxies; with" a capital stock inYested for the protection of the insured, and as c\·idcncc of goocl faith. \ "ou can obtain through such an organization (and lhc ..H 1:-. \ Lt Ft·: I 'SI R \:>.< t·: 'o\ti'\:O.Y of Tlartfonl, Conn., is sut'lt a company) all thl· benefits of participation in the profits with none of the liabilities incident to mutual companies.


~ich!!lond ptPaight

Cut No. 1

~R~!~~s;, tt;ARETTE S~tnKI£RS who arc willing lo pay a lillie more than lhc price barged for the ordinary trade igarctles, will find Tltt:r /Jralld superior lo all others.

Jt;e

~ieJ;fT\OI)d

&traigt;t

~ut

No. I ~igarettes

arc made from Lhe brightest, most delicately flavored, and highest co ·t Gold Leaf grown in Virginia. This is the Old and Original Brand of Straight Cut Cigarettes , and was brought out by u · in the year I 75· Beware of imitations , and observe that the firm name as below is on every package.

R · LINE · QF

0 $5 and $6 Trouserings is Immense, H aving a ll the Style and Appearance of R egular ro Goods. OUR LINE OF

Is very Full and A ttracti ,·e, and wi II be

MADE IN GOOD STYLE AND FINISH AT LOW PRICES.

JAMES

·~

7 3 Asylum St., ( 16

CLARKE> HartfDrd1 C Dnn.


E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO., 591 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

Manufacturers and Importers

o~

Photographic Instruments and Supplies.

'e n<l for Illu8/ l'((te <l C<t trrloyll e.

BE:ILL) · LAMB · & · CO. ARI~

SOJ-E AUENTS FOR TilE

WINTHROP B. RANGE, Alaska Refrigerators, Whi ch have lhc only perfect Dry Air Circulation.

E,·ery one of lhcrn ,,·arranLcd

p(;rfect in con:truc..:Liun and keeping Tee.

GARLJUID AND }<"' LORENC E 0[L STOYES, Al cohol Cooking Stoves; Oil Stoves, 6o cts., 70 cts., 75 cts., 95 ct. . each .

\\.nrkurs in all kinds of Sheet Metal and Tin Gooch, also large assortment of Housekeeping Goocls.

PJ1U:UBING, GAS FITTING, JOBBING.

189 and 191 Main Street, 22

Hartford, Conn.


coNNECTIC(J}" L

FIFl.E

)~

·~ IN SUR NCE CoMPANY QF HARTFORD.

Cash Capital, $1,000,000.00 ...

:; ·.

·r

JV

~ll r

~1. .

..

.•. ...

...

$2,34 7,692.99

CASH ASSETS, SU~Ii\IAHY.

'ash

'apital,

.

" I 1 000 1000,00

H. cscn ·c for R e-I nsurancc, .

7-l-5 16J.98

Outstanding Claims, . Net Surplus, .

522,254·96

80,27.f.05

Net Surplus to Pqlicy-Holders, J.

IJ. BRO\\':\E, l 'rcstflt'lll.

CII \RLES R. Bl'RT, s,·crdary.

. $1,522,254.96 L. \\'. CL1\RK E, .I sst. 'ccrdary.


- ·: ·· A SPECIALTY ·>-

The Largest House in the State.

CHAS. R. HART &CO. OFFER THE TRADING PUBLIC A STOCK OF

- - AND - -

WALL DECORATIONS Of rare designs and beautifully combined coloring~ which will be of advant.1.ge Lo those who desire to furnish and beautify their homes in good taste. Our stock is immense, and contains the richest goods as well as the popular grades for the million:. Our long experience enables us to keep pace with the N<welties as fast as produced. 'J'o those who are about to make selections for homes, as well as those furnishing, we would itwite an examination of our various departments, belie\·ing it will be advantageous for all purchasers to gi\·e us a visit. It costs no more to furni~h in good taste than to buy of a random selected stock, where patterns and colorings arc little regarded. Come where you ,·a" ji11d /Jh-_..1 UTJFUL GOOf) . . a11d a ;lf.1 ,lfJIOT!I STOCK at LO IV PRJCI~·s.

CHAS. *

~,

* * * * *

R.

HART

364 MA IN ST.,

&

Co.,

HARTFORD, CON

J/( •mbt•r s of tluJ ... Jmrriran .Affllnifaclun•r s' Jl'a/1 l'a)t.'r A sscJciation. ( I 71 )


IM PORTERS AND DE ALERS I N

~''-'

... i' We have the Larges t Assortment of Pr ecious Stones

~~-- --- ·.~· ~

in the State in Every Variety of Mounting.

~ •••

~' '­

[r' ·~: --- ~~

UJ\~BRELLAS \\'ilh ( ;ol cl a ml Sil\'er I !anclle,; . !'or Ladie,; and (; c nts .

ART POTTERY ...

-::::

1:-< ROY .\L \\'O R l' IO:ST E R. l'RO\\':\ llERB\', WEO(; \\' 00 1>, ll l' :\(;.\RI.\ :\, TERR. .\ COTTA , A:\D ;\1001< ISH \\' .\RI;; .

...

·~--~

BRONZE AND BRASS GOODS, CLASS CANES , ®pera ~ P aJ§>t:) esD in ~earP or '}§)eati\er @a&> eJ§> .

Particular Attention Paid to Fine Watch and French Clock Repairin o. . .

HILLS BLOCK, 335 MAIN ST. ( I 72 )


NEW Ml TSIC

FOR 1

!>0.

Lo se no time in procuring on e of DITSON & CO.' s excelle nt Mu sic Books; all fll·st-class, and these among the best.

For $1.00

You can secure the new

T:) OPl"LA R Son~ Collection, 37 song-s ; or Piano Classics, 1-" 44 classical pieces ; or Classic Tenor Songs, 36 son!,r,.;, or College Songs for Banjo, or College Songs for Cuilar, two popular hooks; or Emerson's Concert Selections. A II)' boo!.· mai!,·d j>romj>tly , post j>aid,for t.oo.

1

OLLVBI:t

IHTSOX COl\lPAX¥,

\JAS IN

BOSTOX.

~RV,

N

~ L

U

DHY.

,V. B. PI E ltCE, Propri e to•··

NQ. 556

MAIN S TREET, ( I

HARTFORD, CoNN . 73)


jV\OSI · APPROVEB

--

--· ;' fi. : ~,..... ..(

Jl

photo-~ecfjanical, phono-Linhog~aphic, X

~

X

aqd

phono-E ng~aving

X

l!!:

R

Views af [ollege Buildi ngs, F'ortraits of tlte Pac;altY,, and 11lustrations fGI' [allege Journals.

~ eliotype · prif)tif)~ · ~ompaf)y, ( DONALD RAM SE Y , TR E ASUR E R . )

211

J

~tree t,

rl(moryt

Bostory .

Cuts for College Publications. Copies of \ rchiteetural, :-r cchanicnl, Scientific, and other Drawing-s, t. Laps, Plnns, and ])iagrams. 1\ rlislic Programmes, l ll\·italions J,[ cnn 'arc1s, Dance Orders elc., etc.

E S TIMATES AND SPEC IM E N S

F URNI S H E D

( 174)

ON

APPLI C ATI O N .


~ oung

Gentlemen Should Remember That quite a brg-c sa\'ing can he mack hy pu1-chasinl' their

Gloves, Underclothing, Neckwear, Hosiery, Etc., 01

\

First-Class Dry Goods House.

Sucb is tbe

BEE HIVE

~

.

.. .

路w here a goocllinc of the abo\'e g-oods is always kept in stock. The rh.E IliH always deals largely in

\.nd those thing-s pertaining- to the decoration of rooms. Specialties suitable for Prizes, German Fan>rs, elc., can always be found here. Students 11路ill find it for their interest to patronize

T

E . BEE 0

I ART ' 0 ( 175 )

O 路

IVE,

~

...,. .

.

"'-

:"

HARTFORD,


\}./ E[:)[:) I NG PRESENTS e Ornamental

,. ~ • H ousehold

li1 Fine Royal W on:c,;tcr ant! lJoulton l'ottcl·)-, e e ,'ih·cr Plated \\' an.:, Cut (;lass, etc., \.' ,..du! and L' tcn:ils.

HARD WOOD MANTELS , TILE HEARTHS , and FACINGS. All liind s of l•' i• ·<'-Pi a(·(' ] Pi.\.ltll'<'>l, B •·ass Good s, I•;JC'g'a lll Pi ano La 111 p,., r·ra b JC a n d llau g iu g· I 1U111p .

I MO

D

RA

GES_............,.

VICTOR STEAM HEATERS. PBH. F J~C T

LU C HARO 'O N & BOl' N TOX '

OLDS & 249 Main Street,

llO'£-WATER BOILEU

WHIPPLE, Hartford, Conn.

ALEXANBER ·~!> CtiRRV, )I 1:-.1 F l l Tl RER OF

FINE CALF ../' .

~

BOOTS ~

AND

SHOES

Repairing Neatly Done. ~

o. 110 Retreat A.vc.,

IIartford, Conn. ( 176 )


~ ORRECTLY '-

ENGRAVED

INVITATIONS

co!.

F

MENCEMENT, CLASS-DAY. COLLEGE AND CLASS

RECEPTIONS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS. AND FRA TEBNlTY SPREADS.

'

STEEL PLATE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR USES AND COLLEGE ANNUALS.

RATtRNITY

ADDRESS AND AUfQ~RAPJf (11(g,

........

CLASS CRESTS, MONOGRAMS AND COATS-OF-ARMS.

FRATERNIT

AND WEDDING STATIONERY, RECEPTION ANI) .(;ALLIN~

E

·XCELL/NG tn

the

making

of Unique and Artistic Menus.

• Progtammes, Dance Ca1ds . Snuvenits. Etc. we offer nur

services to those requiring

High Cia s Work.

Ou1 Speciality

Originalit!f of Design and Superioritq of Execution. 0g De ;very Etc.,

c t1 Jent ~ial attentton is g_1ven to College Work. t7i y for print

p ,A,I?nuals , College

IS

In our PrintWe have

Publications, Catalogues,

a_n will 11J!nt act for 11/ustrtttwfJ. Printing and Binding , and

Th eq have been universally incJ.orsed as

rep

the only correct engravings of the

Badges

0~

CO.,

they

s.ent.

eA. E. CHASMA1?.,

833 BCJ{OALJWAY, N. Y.


GEO. D. BARTLETT,

1 All10R,

MERCHANT 路<i

NO. 5 1 A SYLU M STREET.

N

LBO

J -. TUTTL

'

@MNIBUS, I?:{]ICK, JIND ~IVERY ~TA BLE, 5 AND 7 PINE STREET, HARTFORD, CONN.

Special attention given t o Coaching and Excursion Parties. FOUR AN J> ' IX-ll ORSE COACHES ,\ :\IJ

0~ 1 :\JBCSES,

\\' TT LI CAREFl'L :\:\1)

EXPERIE:-.JCEJJ DRJVERS, FL' R:-\ISUEIJ Nl' RE,\SO:-\r\BLE

R.\TI~S.

JAS . H . PARKER,

HOUSE ESTABLISHED , 1822.

P ARI<:ER & CO., (Successors of Fox

c路

'o.)

NO_ 1.7 CENTRAL RO"W", 1\"lll)I.ES \I.E JI:'>IJ RET.III. IJE.II . ERS IX

GR GERIES~ lEAS~ COFFEES~ GONDIMENIS PURE LIQUORS, 11\IPOh.TED C IGARS, ETC., ETC. Orders [or l;oods b y ;\lail or Teleph one will be carefully cxcc ulcd al LOwJ;sT :ll ARKET

23

( 177)

I'J< J c~;s .


THE STUDENTS'

BILLIARD ~'* ~ARLORS 262 MATT.

M AIN S TREET,

'

H. HEWINS) PROPRIETOR .

~ D. TOY, ~ !AILOR IO II E ARVARD C -OPERAIIVE, J{Jo:~IOI ' EIJ

TO

P.ARLORS, 71 BE.ACON STREET, OPPOSITE PUBLIC GARDEN.

A gency for ' V INC II I-:ST EI{, So L ondon, \ V.

&

FLOII' EI{S,

\VJII'n'AK~CR

Co., and

Ili i.L

BI{OT IIER 路 ,

HENRY COWLISHAW, 162 Pearl Street, Hartford, Conn.,

RAZOR MAN FAG! RER ANB AL 0

DEALER

C

ILER,

l i'\

Barbers' Supplies and all Kinds of Cutlery. Razors ;round, oncavcd, and H oned. ) !ower , Ground and R epaired. ( li )

' cissors, 'hears, 'utlery, and La ll'n


TIFF ANY & CO.,

JE'w'ELERS

AND

SILVERSMITHSJ

UNION SQUARE,

NEW YORK.

PARI S, Ave d

I'Op c l'a

L

an hi..

~D

X,

5 At路g~路 IJ Pla ce, " ' 路

Received Eighteen A vvards at the Paris Exposition, 1889, for their Artistic Designs and Superior Workmanship. Exclusive Designs furnished on application for Class Cups, Class Rings, Alumni Badges, and other Colleg

Em-

blems and Trophies; also Invitations for Class

Dinners, 路 Commencement

Clses, etc., etc. ( 179)

Exer-


f:) URIFY THE HOME AND SAVE

JJ

THE LIVES OF YOUR CHILDREN.

"'1 he only self-acting, continuous, absolute, and agreeable disinfectant e\·cr known. It disinfects and render· pure a closet, priYy, or sick-room in 2-J. hours, and is so warranted. ft thorough Iy d/s/njt"ds and renders wholesome and pleasant the atmosphere of school-rooms, hospitals, lockups, ch\·ellings, ancl all places within doors, regardless of situation or condition. "\n antiseptic, it arrests the germs of poisonous infection. 1\ sllbslilllli" for ,·cntilation, which it supcrsedcs in all plague spots. Runs three months without atlcnlion. Replenished in a n1omcnt." The S v 11 o o c-Ro o ~~ is the medium through \\·hich contagious discases arc :en t to our homes. 1 he death-rate among children during the school months 1s \'Cry much larger than during vacation. This is simply barbari:m, because it can be avoid d by using the Sherman "King" Vaporizer in the school-rooms. This simple and incxp nsiyc dcYicc purifies all places within doors and keeps them pure. Tl ne,·cr fails. Send for particulars.

$hern1an "King" "\1 ape riner Ge., CHICOPEE FALLS , MASS. ( 1, 0)


ANDRUS & NAEDELE, IH II

ER~

1'-

Shot-Guns, ;y, Rilles, ;';" Pistols, ~;, Fishing~, Tackle, SPORTING Fine Rod . lUatl c

GOODS

to Ord c•· a SJJCCialty.

HAND-MADE

GENERALLY. Rt'J>a irina- Promptlr Bon<'.

·:·

HICKORY

POLO

STICKS.

HARTFORD. CONN .

NO. 256 ASYLUM STREET, HE:<RY A:<l>l{l;'.

TIIFO.

HoRSFALL

&

C.

X \Fill· LE.

RoTHSCHILD,

HATTER AND l\1:EN'

ouri'F III

TEl~S,

93, 95, and 99 Asylum Street. AGE?\TS FOR

KNOX and YOUMANS' CELEBRATED HATS. ( I, I )


JAMES V . BRINE, I0 &

and

I I HaJ'\' aNl H o w ,

,\:\l llR I DGK :)1. \ SS., al o 1006 C h apPI St l'<'<'t, NE \\"

li :\ Y I •~ X.

C OXX.

U NIVE RS AL CoLLEGE OuTFITTER. SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS, TENNIS, BASE - BALL, AND FOOT - BALL GOODS A SPECIALTY. TENNIS SUITINGS, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, MACKINTOSHES. TENNIS RACKETS , CAPS, BALLS, SHOES, BELTS, ETC.

Boston, New York, and Chicago Teachers' Agencies. EVERETT 0. FISK & CO., M a nag ers. () C lin ton P.la(·<', ~E W YOHI.

t 06 a n cl 108 \\' aba s h Ave. ,

CH I AGO.

Decorations for Fairs, Balls, Fesli,·als, and Public Celebrations.

J . ALEX. 2~2

Flags, Bunting, etc.

McCLUNIE, H n.J·tf onl , Co uu.

a nd 2 2 4 Asylum St1·cct, ( I

2 )


速.ALLUP

& ~ETZGEF\,

169 ASYLUM STREET , HARTFORD .

PJANO~, HEE1 MU~IC, AND M ICAL MERCIIA~DI ~ E. INSTRUMENTS TO RENT.

Knabe, Haines, and Behr Pianos.

HANSEL,

LOAN & CO.,

f;L"CCES~Oits TO

1>. I I. BlJEU,,

UJ(qt~f.le~, Jemeir~, @Fl<d tBi(qme>Jil<d~, Silver and Plated Ware, Spectacles and Eye-Glasses. 'vi ATCI=\ REPAIRING .

323 Main St., H artford, Conn. ( 1

3)


iEMMILL,. IURNHAM & ~ 0.,

fl\ere~al)t

Tailors.

MANUFACTURERS and RETAIL DEALERS OF

f!INE

_READY-U\ADE

GLOTHING,

64, 66, and 68 Asylum Street,

DRESS SUITS TO RENT.

HAH/£FOH.D, CONN.


COLT ' S

Lightning

~agazine ~illes. ALIBRK

Length of Barrel, Number of Shotc, Weight, Price,

OCTAGO •

ROUN .

2 inchec. I 15 long. ) 16 short. pound c. $2 .50.

24 lnchec. 5 long. 16 chert. G pounh $19.00.

Sl'ORl' t NG lUFJ,E, A ll

Length of Barrel, Number of Shotc, Weight, Price, HAl\fl\IJ ~ ltt Jgss

a li h t'C' .

26 inchec. 15. 7t poundc . $16.00.

DOURLE BAH H EL SHO'l' GUNS.

PISTOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.

COLT'S PATENT FIRE ARMS MFG. CO., HARTFORD, CONN. 24

( 185 )


~

:L;- STU ART,··~~ pt]oto~ra pt]ist.

·

SPECIAL RATE S TO ALL CONNECTED WITH TRINITY.

275 MAIN STREET,

HARTFORD , CONN.

M. M. BACCN}

Bottling ustablishment and $oda Water Manufactory, J."J JJIORB.I8 81'., H.A.B1'FORD, CONN. Bottling don

for F'amilies.

' I ' O~lC,

B01' 1'LE

Boltlecl Ale, Porter, Cider, and Soda \\'alcr,

1,1£1\10"" an(l ORA.\'GE PHOSPJJATK

BOrUII 'l ' .\~D , OLD.

lH~ XIn'

ELL\ ," PlUZE )l.E0.\1, BO'J•l'I.BD .lu\ GER BEER

K. NUSS

AUM,

I>Jo:.\LER 1;\

<~:- CH8ICE -:~: CHICAGO ·.~> BEEF.·.!. HOME-DRESSED POULTRY A SPECIALTY.

152 MAIN STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. ( I

6)


THE HARTFORD COAL CO. Old Company's Lehigh a Specialty. 243 Main Street, I 08 Commerce Street.

HARTFORD, CONN.

·:::: ORIGIN/\.l1 ·:o BIRD

?.

SIO!{E. k·

224 ASYLUM STREET ,

HARTFORD, CONN .

ffiARKET ;:~:· j

LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY FOR

M eat

and V eg tabl

OF THE FINEST QUALITY ONLY.

PO LTP Y A D GA~IE, FRESJI EGGS AND B TTER. 178 ASYLUM STREET.

HARD VJE~>~:, ~~oc:.:;~~,, ~c~~~'~;,;o·, ilfATIIEM .ATICAL DRAWJN(:

MATERIALs, ::\h:T

1.s

L

STR U~IE"\TS,

1:-; •

''""'·,·s,

.ALL l..:.I"\D S or ii[ Ec li .\:-\ICS' FEATIIER Du sTERS,

AT

NEw

CARPET

R oDs, '\Vt RI·:, ETc.,

TooLS,

SwEEPJo:R S,

YoRK CIT\

,

ETc. ,

PRI CES.

343 Main Street.

FRANCIS & CO. , ( I

7)


CALL

AT THE l•ACTO RY SEE TIIE LAR ,E "1' STOCK OF nr Tn cmADE 'CY LES l ;\ TilE WOR LD . ANJ

CO!.U ~!Ol.\

J.IGI!T ROADSTER SAFF.T \ ' .

Call Soon. Every One Wan ts a Columbia this Year.

WEED SEWING MACHINE CO., ( I

Hartford, Conn. )


THE

....•

'IJ

'no .. ~'

ti....

MuTUAL !-,BENEFIT ~lJIF_E * * * * O F N "' W

RR ,

AMZ! 8808,

E XA J11I NE

N .. \ V

JE

SE ~- . *

***

PRESID ENT.

!W!. ~ "14~

Its · Record, Condition, P lans, Pros p ects, ~ ~:~ And z"ls standz"ng wz"th regard to other Companz"es.

JAMES P. HALL, S tate .A rJent,

• 29 PEARL STREET, HARTFORD , CON


BOOK~_ an~. S!ATIONERY ~ (.9

BROWN

& GROSS

lnuite Attention to their Large Stock of

LIBRARY BOOKS) CHILDREN ' S BOOKS,

THEOLOGICAL BOOKS,

SCHOOL BOOK _S,_

BLANK B_OO_KS_, _

FIN£ STATIONERY,

BIBLES and PRAYER BOOKS, MERCANTILE BOOKS,

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, &c .

BROWN &GROSS are Agents for JOHN A. LOWELL &CO'S (BOSTON)

vVeclding Goods, Vi iting Cards, Fine Stationery. 77 and 79 ASYLUM ST., ( I<JO)

HARTFORD, CONN.


A. MARWICK, Jr. & CO.,

E1~~~ ·:~)· ~~.-c:~~-~~~- ~!?~ OUR LIJ\"B IS

Ol\1 PL l•:TE. 0

OLTR QL' AL I'l' Y IS B EST.

R PRICES AU E LOW.

Give Us a Call and E xamine Our Stock. One Blocl{ from Union Depot .

376 ASYLUM S'L'ltEE'l' .

- l~l ESTABLISHED IN 1826.

;;\:t-

ROBBINS BROTHERS, MANUFJ\CTUJ(ERS i\ ' D DEALERS I N

FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Passenger Elevator.

Prices marked Plainly.

No. 209 Main Street.

Repairing of all Kinds. ( 191 )


~.

f. HEtfBLEIN & BROS.

: 1 ~HE0 sTUoENT,s:,,n~~~T~LJRANT. 36, 38, &40 Mulberry St. 'rilE FOLLOWING IS A:< ANAL\' l ~lEs:I<S. (~

Main St., ITnder On era Rouse.

also

BY PROF.

e

S. \V. JOHNSON OF \'ALE 'OLLEGE. NEW H ,\VE ' DEC. '5· t888.

G. F. Ht>UBLE!N & BRO., H.IRTFOnD, CON:\'.

I•:NT I.l!:M EN:

The sample of Faust Beer lately recci1·ed from you, fur analysis, has in •oo parts by weight, the following composition: Tolnl Solid extract, 6.88o Alcohol, . . 3·390 Carbonic acid gas, ·355 Water, 89·375 100.000

Hyst.ematic scnrch has failed to show the presence

or

n.ny adulterant, and

very similar to that of the best beer of i\l unich and Vienna.

he composition is

Yours, etc., S. W. jOHN 0:-1.

C. B. BOARDMAN , HACK 1 · LIVERY) B8AR8IN6j · AND r

\._

o o o o "'\

SALE STABLE.

·tfi)·

CARRIA ES MAY BE ORDEREI

BY TELEPI-I r E .

Bill s Payable Mon t h ly.

104 MAIN STREET, ( 192)

HARTFORD, CONN.


~~

PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS, 4 tl )l拢ain

treet,

Jfartforrl, Conn.

' l' llE L Er\DJ ;>JC c: A LLE RY l N 'I'HTS

' l'I'Y l路O R F l."E W OR K

No Stairs to Clim b-Entire Establishment on the GROUND FLOOR. ._: Art

' r itics admit that the most A rtistic Effects and Fashionable Styk,.; prochtL'Ccl by P hotography arc from RO D(; J;;R," Studio . Our !'rices arc as low as would be consi')tcnt with good work.

LARNED & HATCH, I>F\IEI(S

I ~

<Ve:fltfe:me:l'l's 'fil'le:st ~ fl0e:s, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.

PATENT LEATHER DRESS GOODS A SPEC IALT Y.

Tennis Shoes in Great Variety. SflOES

~1 1\DE

TO 1LE \.' l.I R.E

m路

SKILLED

W O JU~11EN .

391 MAIN ST., HARTFORD, CONN . ( 1<)3)


600 Rooms at $1.00 Per Day and Upwards, EU ROrE/\N rl1AN.

Fir t-clas: R c: taurant , Dinin g Room. , Cafe, and

Lunch

Counter, a lei cm-tc, at moderate price:;.

GuESTs '

BAGGAGE

TO

ND

FROi\1 GRAND

CENTI{AJ.

DEPOT

FREE.

Traveler. arnvmg vw Grand C ntral Depot SAVE CARR I AGE-I IIRE ANn BAcc;A ;1~ ExPRESS by stopping at the Grand Un ion. First路cla:

Bill iard and Pool Room. ( 1 9~)


DREKA Fine Stationery and Engraving House, I 12 I Chestnut Street, Phil adelp hia.

Commencement, C lass Day, Fraternity, Reception, and Wedding Invitations, Programmes, Banquet Menus, etc. Steel Plate Work for F raterniti8s and College Annu als. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Class Badge, Monogram, etc. Visiting Card Pl ate Engraved for One Dollar. 100 Cards from the Plate for One Dollar. ,\II work is executed in the establishment under our personal supervision, and onlv in the he路 l manner. Unequalled facilities and Jon!! pLtrtiol C\jltrience cn~blc us to produce the newest .Lyles and most artistic effects, whil e our reputation is a guarantee of th<: quality of the production o( this house. Designs, Samples, and Prices sent on application .

E. RABENSTEIN, F.\Sll!O:\ c\BLJ;;

269

MAIN STREET, HARTFORD, CONN.

l'arlics and \\' cd!lings 禄uppliccl with everything- requisite. .'ih路er of lhc lat st patterns to loan, and compelcnl waiters furnished. German and French costume :\lotloes const<tnlly on hand. l'ri,路ale families furnished with the best of 'reams, Charlottes, etc.

RESTAURANT. - Regular Breakfast, 40c. ; Dinner, 50c. ; Supper, 40c. ~IEALS

AT ALL JIO TRS.

Orders received by .!II ail or T elephone.

Goods delivered to any part of the city. FRE;->CJI Ft( L' t'I'S.

( 195)


H. H. SCHJVrl DT. tLate with T. Steele & Son.l

Denier in

FINJ~

WA'l 'CHE. , DLUIIONUS, CLOCK' , llHII .JEWELRY.

19 PEARL STREET (Near Main ).

REPAIRING OF FINE WATCHES I A SPECIALTY . I

YouNG MEN's FINE RE ADY -MADE CLOTHING. ALL

CUSTE)M

Till~

LATEST STYLES l'\0\\

DEP/\RTMENT,

IN STOCK.

Suits to Ot路det路 from $25.00 and U pwards.

Full Line of Tennis, Bicycle, and Outing Goods 路 Ready for Inspection. Special Disc(lunt allowed to Students.

W. F. WHITTLESEY & CO.,

34 TO 38 ASYLUM ST ., HARTFORD, CONN .

LENT

:M::ONEY -{);\-

LOW

RATES.

Room 3, 254 Main Street,

Hartford , Conn .

wM. wANDER & SON, STEINWAY 1

DECKER BROS.,

FISCHER,

l IANOS. PIA:\0::> TO [{1>;:\'J'.

::llutiic "nd ;\lnsic:li Books, and ::llusital <>f every de 路criplion.

~lcrchandise

239, 241, and 243 Asylum Street, ( 196)

-

-

Hartford, Conn.


...

·•·

Insurance against loss or damag e to property and loss of life and injury to persons caused by

STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS. J.

111. ALLEN,

l'rcsiclenl. F. B. ALLE , 2d Vice-Prcsiclcnl.

W. 13. FRANKLIN,

Vice-President.

J.

H. PIERCE,

'ccretary and Treasurer. ( I <)7

)


T . SrssoN & Co.)

A DR UGGIS TS

k___

DEAl ERS I;-.,

Sponges, Ch a m ois, Feather D us t ers, etc . 150掳 SE CU RIT Y OIL.

259 MAIN STREET,

HARTFORD, CONN. I'ROI'IU Jo:TU]{

Th

OF

I a r t fo rd Snl llino- S a lt 路. ( 19 )


TERMS , $ 2 . 5 0 P E R DA Y.

ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES , OFFICE ON GROUND rLOOR .

~

~

~

~

· '-·· GEO. K BAHR, Pt·opriN o r·. ""'

MAIN ST. , near R. R. Depot,

SPRINGFIELD, MASS.

GRIFF/Til, OATES

c;.

CO.,

·········· ········-··················· ..... .. .......... .................... .

Cash

~'KE G rocery~~ and ~:~ Tea~~

S tore.

Forn:r;;n and Domestic F'r11ils. HUTTI..!.R AlOJ RCC.)' RETA ILED AT 1/ 'JJOLES,-nH PR!CR.'·i.

Gregory Block, 82 State Street. ~ ~~ ~our S@oo~~ effer 1o ~ Roro you

EYRE

& SPOTTISWOODE'S TEACHERS' BIBLE.

'l'l r<• Orl g: in a l , th e U •st., th <' llf ol<t Co mtlletc, and justly disling<oished for its acctu·atc and nuthoritath·e H elp to Bi ble Stud)'. OOJro· t,;;oo,ooo 0"1' ;,..• 8nld. After criticttl com· parison with the cornpeting Biblt·s of other Publh;hcrs, this edition was adopted ex.clusivcly by lhe two great Engli~h Societies, the Society for PromOt· ing- 'hr-istian Kn owledg-e and rJ'he Rclig-i<ms reract Society. hnitation of the l ading fca.· tures of this Bible by ri\'al houses is the be t testimony to its essential superiority.

X. J B ,, X. r{ , , 1 oun g '\ uO., E, '\

1837. ~

COOPER UNION, FouRTH AvE. , NEw YORK.

Send for Descriptive Price List.

FR ANK LI N MA R K ET.

~ 1890 .

Charles E. Arnold, .-1 h'ni·Ciass .l!arkd in S I'I •:C I A T,

A 't".rJ.:N'L' r o:-.;

Stone Bridge.

Till·: BUTCII£R.

142 MAIN ST. , g-ive n

to

J~·7,ery

Q u a lit .l',

P l'iee,

Quality tell< I~\' Cl')'bo<ly; }i;,·crybody tells Quality.

( 199 )

Resprcl. a1 Hl

Pr·o mpt

T ELEP HON E 16 1·5.

D e live r'.\'.


Boston 楼 Branch *Tea 楼and *Qrocery *House, L.\ IWF.ST !'TORE.

f'H ESII ES'l' U00J)S,

L.\IW ES'l' S'I'O('K, BEST \'.\HIE'I'Y

'l'o b

l'ound in the Stat<' of

onne<'ticut.

Our pric~s represent a saving on your grocery hills lh:ll is well worth considering, ~ Goods

"

Promptly Delivered to any Part of the City.

\;./, \;./, \;./ ALI~ER.

ISuc路ct'SSOI

PROPRIETOR.

路 O

to 1/.i//iam .I. (;arvie.)

Practical Plztmber and Gas Fz'tter. No.

I2

VfuLBERRr.Sr, ( 200)

1-iARTFO.RD, Co1Vf\l.


.ARI tYPES, ALBERIYPES, Olt

PI OIOGRAP S IN PRINIING IN!<\.

A

RTOTYPES or Albertypes arc printed on a printing press 1n printing ink, and do not fade any more than a steel engra\'ing.

\Ve com bin

the Camera and the Printing 1 rcss so cl sely that our

pictur s equal the fi:1est photographs. \\ hi!

photographs ar

apt to fade, our Artotypcs remain as per-

manent as any printed matter; this fact makes our process invaluable for illustrations for Books, ?.1agazinc , Catalogues etc., etc. \ Ve make pictures in any quantity desired, in any color ancl any size, and on almost any kind of paper, canvas, silk, satin, or any flexi ble material.

Anything that can be photographed can be represented

by our process. \ Ve invite inspection of our portraits from life, reproductions from clrawino· ·, painting·, old manu ·cript ·, landscapes, architectural \'icws, pictures for

medical, scientific, manufacturing, ancl mercantile pur-

poses, etc. Estimates furnished on application.

EDWARD BIERST ADT, 9 4 Reade Street , N ew York.

PllOT0-~1 ECll \ TICAL PRli\TJNG W ORKS E 'TABLISHED 187o. ( 201)


GEO. \t\. FLINT & CO. OFFER \ I \Kl.J•: \SSUI{") \II· :q

!1).

At Very Low Figures.

c.A.::R..~ETS OF

G

Eo.

.A..JST:O

RU'GS

IIIE IIE. ·1 \IA"t FA\ ll KE.

-w-_ F (11

LINT

t\ A~· lum

&

-

C o -,

trc t,

llAR'l'FORD,

'0 'N.

The Leading Athletes say that all Soreness, •'tifFness, or Swelling is prevencd, or almost instantaneously remo,·ccl, if, after exercising, Lhc mu ·clcs are thorourjlly rubbed with ... ;J

·.:.....:

OND'S

EXTRACT.k-

·$

11//A'E /)(},\'1) / ', JN, <'X-Chamjtim ,1/iddh·- /Vt•t;l{hl and Trainer for lite _ 1•,,711 Vod· Alltlclti: Club-" I usc it constantly." L. 1:.'. ,JfVEN., Champion ::,;prini-RIIIll/<'1" of IIi<' /Vorld-"The best Lininent 1 have e,·cr used for rubbing purposes, soreness, strains, cuts, etc." RQBJ:.R T E. 'H,· l IV, Captatit Ulympic A I hletic Club-" .Makes the mu;clcs quick and active." f.rLJIE- J/UTRIE, ,1/ana <rer .Vt• w Yorl.- Hast• J'a/1 C/ub-"RemovesstifTness and ·oreness of the muscles in a ,-cry short Lime. No athlete should be withott it."

DEMAND POND'S EXTRACT ONLY. REFVSE

~

ALL

' .BS'l'IT TES.

lJ.l}IEY G7INNOlJ.I BE ( 202)

7I~

GOOD. :k_


SEIDLER

& MAY,

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF

~l·FURNITVRE·l~ S-ruE>ENTS ' P/\TRON/\GE So u iCITEE>.

W e b11r.?e 11r Oery l11rr;g e arryd sarlable 8I0c~ 0f call ~;')ds of Rur');(ure al lbe {}rz.py

-NOS.

lsoJ7esl ~Pices.

PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE.

306 Oppo .• dt e the

TO

318

PEARL ST.

o ldi CJ'S ' ltTrworiul

( 203)

-

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"ECL1PSE"-MONTAUK-SEABRTGHT SPECIALand CASINO RACKETS for 1890are unsurpassed Send for Tennis Catalogue Special Rates to Clubs

Watel)es,

Spees aryd Eye ~lasses

jewelry, ~~ ~~ ALL

KINDS

'

P

IRE

ENGRAVING

It--

---~~

NEATLY

DONE

AT

H. A. DEMING'S (Form~r(\'

ALI-'Y

of /Jemin,tr & Gundlach. l

HOUSE JEWELEI{..

cJ-reael.guar1ere ror tfl.e

''Good N evvs '' R anges, l"lNR PARLOR STOVE , HOT AIR FURNA ES, GAS REFRIGERATOR. , ETC.

CHARLES 407 ( 20~)

D OIL STOVES

KING, J)

490

~J.A I

TREET.


ENVELOPES OF

ALL

"' '

ns

IN STOCK,

~ r:JIE PLIMPION

ANn

SPECIAL

BooK: ~lADE

To

t\AN FAGTtJRING

~

~

cQ.

252, 254, and 256 PEARL STREET.

~

i>) ,~_,, :S:';::<>,~"·· ~-,· ~~:~~~~ ~'; '\; w '\;'~:<'~'~ ' '' '

vVRITJ , (;

PAPERs,

·

Y:~~ ':." '\i ~,, '\. ' '\. ,. '\. -~~;::,~ _,. \: • '\. '- ~~"\: :.~'""' ' ' '\.'''

PocKET-BOOKs,

YISITI""G

LISTS,

AND

'iVRITING

PAPF.R

BY

TilE

Pou;-;n.

ALL AT VERY LO\\' PRICES, AT THE FACTORY AND SALFSROO.MS. ( 205)


E . M . w-EBB, 5 34 A SYLUM STR E ET, HARTFORD , C ONN. ::\lAKER OF FlNE

cusTOM . BOOTS . AND • SHOES, A \.SO

Running, Jumping. Base-ball, and ~II other kinds of Athletic Goods a Specwlty.

fiNE GROC E RIES. .. Pure Teas, Pure Coffees, and Pure Spices . V\ e carry a complete line of the

CJ:\8ICEST fAffiii1V GROCERIES. Al o one of the most complete stocks of

FANCY GR OCERIES, CANNED FRUiTS, anrl VEGETABLES Also CANNED JIIIEATS a111! FI S H Of the best q1.1ality possible to be had .

r_,o,\r ':-;t P o :-- ibl

Pri ·e

f o r Fin

Good ·-

HILLS & CO. , 368 A s y lum

.._A

"

S tree t ~

H a rt.Cor d ~

Conn .

LAY ~ S

PHOTO-ART PARLORS. · Art istic Photograph y.

~

\Vc guarantee the very Finest Crayon: and l astels, which are fin ished on the premise , thereby insuring our pccial attention throughout. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. :l 85 l\I A I N STREE'l',

HARTFOR]), CO N. ( 206)


---4 1866. ~

- d l890.:k.._

THE HARTFORD LIFE AND ANNUITY INSURANCE COMPANY , OF HARTFORD , CONN .

Chartered 1866. I I. J\. \ V lilT \I 1 ", l'residenl. STEI'IIDI BALL, S crelary. t\. T. S)IITII, Supt. of ,\ gencies.

Paid-up Capital, $250,000.00. \V. C. jiLLsu-., \'icc-President. \V. A. Co\\'LEs, Asst. 1-iccrelary.

W. B.

WA R'>ER,

Asst.

upl. of Agencies.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. I[. ,\, \\'IIIT~ I A:-1.

W . C. JILLSON.

AI. VI:-1 P. IIYI >E.

lioN. )011:-1 G. Ro01.

}ULiliS COXVERSE.

~. P. l! OUGII.

•. C. KIMBALl-

23d ANNUAL STATEMENT. J a nu<- r y 1, 18 0. 'I'otal A ssets, 'J'otal Liabiliti es, ~! cmbership

lf;l ,496,245.47 J ,128,553.52

in Force,

Number of Policies issued in 1 9, . (;ain in .1\ lembership, . . . . . . , • . \Safely Fund Di vision, 70-1,7 9. 11;1_ :I ! embers Safety Fund · ·I Woman's Division, -!7 ,666.00, ) · I nsu rance in Force, Jew business w1·ittcn in 1 9, Gain in Amount of I nsurance, I >eath Losses Paid Lu Date,

29,775 5,41 752,-155. I

I

70,7 4 .000.00 16,010 ,000.00 g,J I $,000.00 3. 7<)0,

On D eposit with State Treasurer of Connecticut, ( 207 )

6.00

100,000.00


lireaBroin ~• Horsford's +Acid + Phosphate •~ Prepared m;cording to the clircclion,; of Prof. E. N. lJoKsFoJw.

This preparation is a brain food .. It increas~s the capacity for mental labor, and ads as a general tolllc and YJtal•zer. It rests the tired brain, and imparts thereto new ltfc and energy.

Dr. D. P. McClure , Rantoul , Ill. , says: "\Tcry ben ficial to strengthen the intellect."

Dr. 0. C. Stout, Syracuse, N. Y., says: ' I g-ave it to one pati?nt \\'l.w was ur~able to transact the mo:t ordinary business, because Ins bra111 \\·as 'tired and confused' upon the least mental exertion. Imm cliatc benefit and ultimate recovery followed."

Dr. Chas. T. Mitchell, Canandaigua, N.Y. , says: 'I recommend it as a restorative in all cases where the nervous system ha been reduced below the normal standard by overwork as found in brain workers, professional men teachers, students, etc." '

Dr. F. W. Lytle, Lebanon, Ill. , says: ' I have personally used it with marked advanta,;e when overworked, and the ncn·ous system much depressed."

Dr. E. W. Robinson , Cleveland , 0., says: "Can cordially recommend it as a brain and nerve tonic." Descriptive pamphlet free on application to

Rumford Chemical Works} Providence} R. I. BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATIONS. AUTION: -Be sure the word 'llorsford' is pnillcrl on the label. arc spuriou;;. Never sold in bulk. ( 20

All others


& Co.,

RoBERT WALKER TREET . /l't! //{/vr a lar.r:路,路 assortmcut of

DeGoratiOI)8, ~cwcsl

Dcsig'ns and Colorings, at J_..,owcsl Pdccs on Re<.路urd.

\V 1 DO\

H DE (l

L. \1 :'\ oR

DAno),

Shades i\ladc tu Order from Finest Quality Opaque,.

. 0 .

0 .

Ma.teria.Pj

. 0

0 路

Painh:rs' Supplies, Painting, Paper 1[anging, or Knlsomining- doTH.' promptly.

Leave 0 rd ers at

3

1:AIN STREET ,

Opposite Cheney Building.

ELECTRICAL ~ MEASUREMENT ~ APPARATUS General Electrical Supplies, Electric Light and Power, Telegraph and Telephon e, Experimenters ' Supplies , Electric Bells, Burglar and F1re Alarms, Medical Batteries , etc. Fully lllu"trated Catalogues of either )lisccllanc<>us Electrical Supplic~, or of Eleclrical ) t eH!iUring Jnstrumcnls upun Application.

The E. S. Greelej &Co., Manufacturers, Importers, and Dealers.

Thomson Reflecting

::"\o. ;) nnd 7 llE Y S'J'REE'l ',

Galv :~nometer .

20<)

' Tm' YORK.

Lampa in all 6\<ea and Shapeo.


'T"HE facilities we offer for producing illustrations and prin ing them arc unequaled.

l

H , A .JACkSON, S~r~r•r;

JOHN 0. MOSS, l'rt$1dnu

F. KALKHOFF,

M, A. MOSS , Trttt~Mtn-

As,tl Sec-'y

S END particulars to us wltc11 you 7Urmt csllillnhs. Our ~~:w Cc11eral Circular is complc!t• in ,•xamj!t·s of our !!tree processes, Afoss 7yjJ<•, J>lrolo Engrautilg, and ZiM E!clui1g. ·,·nd stamp for copy. / -cry rl'sjcc!fu!ly, .J!OSS lc.-Xu"NA l INC CO.

" 7b bt wt-11 drm'l fViJI oftimu superrt:dt lht rat."

-Byron.

1Spring }S[] f ~

'....

J'ltis is matter of

IIIII

H

£ at to pleas~ tfi!Jst{f, lntl dras to pltase othtrs, u

/

-Franklin,

tit import."- Xi col!.

N~LL l~E TAJl10R

has bought Lhc finest line of Woolen Goods for Spring e1·er h \1"11 in the Fmpirc City, mclucling large importations of the finest and newest . Lyles from manufacturers in England, Scotland, and France. Salesmen ,,-ill sho1r goods wilh CIVILITY. Cutters ,,·ill fit you EXACTLY. 1\ orkmen will make garments SJ{JI,LFULLY. And goods delivered Pl{.01UPTLY.

NJCQLL _T!te Tailor,

50 and 52 Asylum St., Hartford, Conn,

( 2!0)

Branch o( New York.


PRINTERS

r

Th,· l .ar,t:,·st J::r tablt:rltmott in y, ..w J:'ngland.

ComjJOsilt(ln and J:'lulrolypinJ:. Fin e l'resswork.

Erjll'Cia l al/t•n/ion ghlt'll /o Collt'g<' Publica /ions anrl 11/us/ra/ed I I 'o d·s .

...

Tlu• l lt;l(ht•st Standard .lfaintatilt·rl tit . Ill f)epartmmts.

Papt'rs .llamtjarlll!'l'd to Order. J:'dition and ,1/iud/ancous J?titdtil.l(.

~~i( ·??f~ Tins l1ouse has a l'l'jmlation amontr its patrons for promptness and hon~rablt• dt•aling. Eslimatt•s furnished.

BINBERS

Printers and Hinders of "TilE I\"\'. " ( 21I )


\Jn111IAM

H. Pesr & Co.)

428 aqd 430 ~ain ~n., ~artfoPd, Conn. Awn s:'~ H ou~~ fURN.IS r!'N? 1\N~ I) EG O ~AIIN~ A SPE C IAL T V .

Carpets,

Decorations,

Curtains,

Paper-Hangings.

Our assortment is always large ami wtried in style and quality . Our so low but that the most diflicult and fastidious can flntl much a nd tempt them . c;oods cheerfully shown at all tinws, and all guara nteed as recommended. \\'c solicit an examination

stock is nc\'er to admire articles of

@arpelj, ~a p er -Jfa W i WJ , S@)ecoraflon.r , @ur t ain.r , Malii WJ , @if- @fotRJ, ~u w, et c .

WILLIAM H. 路POST & C8MJ:'ANV. ( 2 12)


THE ~:~ WM.~:~ ROGERS ~:~ MANUFACTURING ~:~CO.

In nge Wo~Id.

MANU FACTUR ERS OF

ELECTRO SILVER PLATED WARE. ..........

~

The Cele brated

Rogers Goods.

.........,.

A full lin e of Tea Sets, Dessert Sets, Fruit and Berry Dishes, Cake Baskets, Card Receivers , Bonbon Boxes and Trays, Match Boxes , Novelties in Plated and Pure Silver, Spoons, Fork s, Knives, Ladles, Shells , Carvers, Nut Picks, etc., etc.

For the Best Goods at Reasonable Prices call at our

~ ~/ilrE~~OO}U

l

liND H{fGf10R짜, 66 .fdl:I~I\Elll ~lJ ~EE 11, liE+ T'li

J:{ ( 21 3)

, CON


£

""A" • W("

1Rt'J,

rx_ooi(

J

RO .' Date Due

Clothing a'"

-· _ I• "'!.J

- - - .\i\.1 I

!

M

~---Jd Bog~.

:<:li

---i"":..s!'";.::'"+,---.:1:....:.11~;_:;.·· · "' .;....'~ · ---- -· ~~~~""·+'

.... :.o. ... .-\.

REl\----1-----+--J n the tle1 large ,-ariety of

I

I _____ ~

I

be found a •l c pallerns,

- + - - - + - - - -·,--- - -

- - - - -t - - - - - + - - - - - ··--- - - -

gi,·ing the fult. Tn speak in : - - - - - t - - - - - 1 - - - - -+ - - ----11ay remind customers that ties and newe

- best quali__ ;-up of our

garments, we < J s and awkwardness of at_--,----·--t-----+-----:<..eacly- ~fadc clothing; and -

ri c, and cut,

which can be • E,·cn ing l-------1-- - - -+-J____. J_ _ _ _ _ ,f the year always in stocl _____ Our Furni

-r- - - ---!'-- - - - t - - - - ;sortment in

I

---------L-------

that line, inc! .;arfs, Allen, Soli y , '- 'o 's - - - - - - - + - - - - - l - - - - - - 1 - - - - ----s of \Vatcrproof Coats. Samples :1 1 - - -- --1----- f------+-- - - - ppl ication. Our locatio "''"" rou""'"T '""" Cat. No. 1090 A nicn t to the leading hotels, and cas\· of access from the in l"lcw York and Yicinity. ( 2q)

JrincJ

J<~lway

station.


TilE (.-----Trinity

Trinity Ivy

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All

-tr-----------------

L 196

I, o n, I

N.

10 BE lAKEN

FROM LIBRARY In its for R t'cl'iu,/ :

Prcmiun1 Interest, Balance,

JJis/Ju rscrl: Death CL Di,路idcncl Surrenclc Total 1 Expense~

Taxes. Balance,

]A COH

J0 II:\ ::.I.

1

L.

GREE\E,

A \ '1.0 R, \~.- Prest.

D .\:\'IEI.

H. \\TELLS,

Prest.

En\\'. \IU>

~\.ctuary .

ilL B

:\CE,

Sec.


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