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The Ivy


HARTFORD,

CONN.

PRESS OF THE PLIMPTON MFG . CO.

1899


THE

TRINITY .

.

IVY Yo lumeXXVII Glass of1~00 HARTFORD GONN 18~~


TO

The Rev. ISBON THADDEUS BECKWITH, Ph.D., YALE, '68, FOR MANY YEARS PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN THIS COLLEGE , AND ALWAYS ITS FAITHFUL FRIEND, THIS

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BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED BY THE

CLA SS

OF

1900.


Board of Editors.

MANAOINO EDITORS.

WILLIAM CAMERON HILL, P ENNSYLVANIA. FREDERICK WELLES PRINCE, CONNECTICUT.

LITE RARY E DITOR.

HARRY ARCHER HORNOR, LOUISIANA.

ASSOCIAT E E DITORS.

THEODORE GRAFTON CASE, CONN ECTICUT. EDWIN PEMBERTON TAYLOR, CoNNECTICUT. ALLEN STERLING TITUS, NEw YORK. ELLSWORTH MORTON TRACY, CONNECTIC UT.


Editorial.

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PRING has come, and brings with it the twenty-seventh volume of THE TRINITY IvY, bearing the numerals which will recall to at least a few one of the happiest periods of our life. It has been the endeavor of the Board to introduce, with the regular stereotype matter, a few new features, which we hope will interest, not offend, our readers. Further, we have tried to make our little volume distinctively a "class book," remembering, at the same time, that it must also serve as a diary of the whole college life. We take this opportunity of expressing our sincere regret for the loss our Alma Mater has sustained in the resignation of two of her oldest and dearest professors. Both of these gentlemen have been closely connected with this institution for a number of years, and their kindly advice and earnest interest in the student body will never be forgotten by those who had the good fortune of knowing them, and receiving instruction from their incalculable store of knowledge. It is from the example and instruction of such men that the graduates of our Alma Mater receive that individuality which is said to mark a Trinity man. And so we launch the 1900 Ivy upon the sea of criticism, and may that sea be gracious unto it; insomuch that it may safely "reach the haven where it would be"-the hearts of the true and loyal sons of Trinity College. The editors wish to express their sincere gratitude to all who may in any way have assisted them in the production of this book, by literary or artistic contributions.

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t rinity .;f.

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HE charter of Washington Coll ege was granted in 1823 by the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut ; and by vote of the Trustees, in consequence of the liberal gifts of the citizens of Hartford, the College was located in that city. In 1845, on the petition of the Alumni and the Corporation, the name of the College was changed to Trinity College. This College has no preparatory department or professional schools for graduates, but its purpose is to afford the opportunity for obtaining a liberal education that is, an education conducted without reference to any future particular profession, calling , or special pursuit on the part of the student. The requirements for admission and the course of instruction for degrees in the Arts have always been practically the same as in the other New England Colleges.

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Expenses. The amount of the Treasurer's bill each year is as follows: Tuiti o n ........................... ............................. ... ........ .... .. .......... ..... . $100.00 Room-rent for each person, from $100.00 to ... .......................... . 35.00 I ncidcn tals ............. ... .......... ... ... ......... ................ ..... ................ .... . 30.00 Heat ......... .............. ...... .......................... .. ... ... ...... .... .. ........ .... .. ... . 12.50 Total from $242.00 to .................... ... ............. ... ....... $177.50

There are, besides, fees for th e use of the Chemical and Physical Laboratories. Board is furnished in the College at $4.50 per week. Students may obtain board at private houses in the neighborhood, at rates greater or less, as they may desire. 路To this must be added laundry charges, together with the expense of books, furniture , clothing, travel and society fees, which vary according to the taste and habits of the student, and of which no estimate can be given.

Schola rs h ips . The amount of the Treasurer's bills can be considerably reduced to holders of scholarships. The income of these scholarships, which are of different values, is placed to the credit of students with limited means, and serves to meet the charges for tuition and room-rent in whole or in part. F or holders of scholarships remitting the entire charges for tuition and room rent , the Treasurer's bill is reduced to $42.50; and the necessary expenses of such students, including board and other personal items, will not exceed $250 or $300 a year. 12


Rooms and Buildings. The new buildings were commenced in 1875. They are thoroughly drained, well ventilated, and unsurpassed for convenience and comfort. In 1881 the Northam gateway was begun, and the western side of the great quadrangle is now completed. Easy access from the city is secured by means of street-cars running to the College grounds. An excellent athletic ground is provided for ball-playing and other outdoor sports; there are also several tennis courts, and an excellent gymnasium. Most of the rooms are arranged so as to provide for two students rooming together, a common study, and separate bedrooms. All the rooms and hallways are heated by steam, and ventilation is secured by open fireplaces. Water is carried to every floor. The site of the building is remarkabl e for its healthfulness.

The Gymnasium and Alumni Hall. The new Gymnasium and Alumni Hall (or Theatre) stands to the east of the proposed north quadrangle, near the driveway from Vernon street, and faces the west. It is substantially built of brick and laid in red mortar, with a finish of Portland sandstone . The frontage is fifty-six feet, and the length one hundred and six feet. The entrance is at the level of the running track of the gymnasium ; from the vesti-. bule ample stairways lead down to the latter and up to the theatre. which has a seating capacity of 500. The equipment of the gymnasium embraces modern apparatus, and the latest patent appliances in this department. An instructor in athletics is in charge of the building.

The Jarvis Laboratories. This building is built of brick in early French Romanesque style, and is two stories high with a basement, having a f rontage of seventy-nine feet, and a depth of sixty-five feet. The angles of the building are emphasized by large ventilating turrets, which not only serve a practical purpose, but add greatly to the breadth of the wall -mass. The main object in constructing this building has been to make ample provision for laboratory work in chemistry and physics. The physical laboratory is equipped with a dynamo and engine, and the rooms have been arranged with special reference to making facilities for practical work as complete as possible. The equipment in the chemical laboratory is such as is required for good work in qualitative and quantitative analysis and assaying.

Catalogues. Cataiogues and Examination Papers may be had on application to the Secretary of the Faculty. For Scholarships and general information, application should be made to the President. 13


1898 . Sept. Nov.

Dec.

22, 1, 23, 25, 22,

Christmas Term begins. Thursday, All Saints' Day. Tuesday, lVednesday, Thanksgiving Recess begins at 1 P.M. Thanksgiving Recess ends at 2 P. M. Friday, Christmas Recess begins at 1 P. M. Thursday,

1899. Jan. Feb.

5, Thursday, 30, Monday, 4, Saturday,

Christmas Recess ends at 5:45 P. M. Christmas Examinations begin. Christmas Examinations end. Trinity Term begins. Toucey Scholar appointed.

Wednesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, Friday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 6, Saturday, 6, 11, Thursday, 13, Saturday, 21, Sunday, 25, Thursday, 28, Sunday, 30, Tuesday,

Ash- Wednesday. Washington's Birthday. Oratorical Prize Contest. Good Friday. Easter-Day. Easter Recess begins at 11 A. M. Easter Recess ends at 5:45 P. M . Chemical Prize Essays handed in. Tuttle Prize Essays banded in. Douglas and Metaphysical Prize Essays handed in. Greek Prize Examination. History Prize Essays handed in. Ascension-Day. Mathematical Prize Examinations. Whitsunday. Prize Version Declamation. Trinity Sunday. Memorial-Day.

15, 22, March 31, April 2, 21, 1, May 3, 4, 5,

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June

15, Thursday, 23, Friday, 23, 25, Sunday, 26, Monday, 26, "

July

Sept. Dec.

"

26, 26, 27,

Tuesday,

28,

Wednesday,

29, Thursday, 30, Friday, 1, Saturday,

19, Tuesday, 21, Thursday, 21,

Trinity Examinations begin. Trinity Examinations end. Annual Meeting of the Board of Fellows (evening) . Baccalaureate Sermon. Annual Meeting of the Corporation (evening). Senior and Junior Standing published. Award of Prizes. Class-Day. Annual Meeting of the Corporation and of the Association of the Alumni. SEVENTY-THIRD COMMENCEMENT. Trinity Vacation begins. Examinations for Admission .

Examinations for Admission begin. Christmas Term begins at 5:45 P . M. Christmas Recess begins at 1 P . M.


Visitors. The Rt. Rev. THOMAS MARCH CLARK, D.D., LL.D. The Rt. Rev. HENRY ADAMS NEELY, D.D. The Rt. Rev. WILLIAM WooDRUFF NILES, D.D., LL.D. The Rt. Rev. HE:-.IRY ComrAl\ POTTER, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L.

Corporation. *The Rev. THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE, ex-officio PRESIDENT, The Rev. GEORGE H. CLARK, D.D., RICHARD

w.

Hartford. Hartford.

H . JARVIS, M.A.,

Hartford.

CHARLE J. HOADLEY, LL.D.,

Hartford.

GEORGE BEACH, Esq.,

Hartford.

*CHARLES E. GRAVES, i\.I.A., Treasurer,

ew Haven.

The Rt. Rev. WILLIAM W NrLES, D.D., LL.D.,

Concord, N. H.

The Ron. WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, LL.D.,

Hartford.

LUKE A. LOCKWOOD, M.A.,

Riverside, Conn.

*The Rev. FRANCIS GOODWIN, M.A.,

Hartford. New York.

WILLIAM E. CURTIS, M.A.,

ew York.

J. PIERPONT MoRGAN, Esq ., jOHN H. S. QuiCK, M.A.,

Chicago.

*JACOB L. GREENE, Esq ., Secretary, The Rev.

WILL!A~I

H. VIBBERT, D.D.,

Hartford. New York. New York.

JonN SABh'lE SMITH, M .A., SYDNEY G. FISHER, L.H.D.,

Philadelphia.

WILLIAM S. COGSWELL, M.A.,

Jamaica, N.Y.

*J .ums

J.

Hartford.

GooDwiN, Esq.,

Washington.

WILLIAM J. BOARDMAN, LL.B.,

Hartford.

*P. HENRY WOOD\VAilD, B.A.,

New York.

ROBERT THORNE, M.A.,

*These members of the Corporation form the Executive Committee .

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faculty. TuE REv. GEORGE \VILLrAMSO S:\liTH, D.D., LL.D., PnESIDEN't' ; and Hobart Professor of 11fctaphysics, 113 Vernon Street (office, 1a Seabury Hall.) TuE REv. TIIOi\lAS RUGGLES PYNCHO , D.D., LL.D. , Brownell Professor or !Iforal Philosophy, 15 Seabury Hall.

TilE RE\". SAMUEL HART, D.D., Professor o{ the Latin Llwguage and Literature, 22 Jarvis Hall.

THE REv. FLAVEL SWEETEN LUTHER, Pu.D., Seabury Professor of 1\Ia.tbema.tics and Astronomy; and Secretary, 1 Columbia Street.

THE REv. HENRY FERGUSON, 1\l.A., Northam Professor of Ilistory and Political Science, 123 Vemon Street.

CHARLES FREDERICK JOHNSON, M.A, L.H.D., Professor of English Literature, 69 Vernon Street.

THE REY. JOI-IN JAMES 1cCOOK, M.A. , Professor of Modr:rn Languages, 114 Main Street.

\VILLIAl\1 LISPENARD ROBB, PH.D., Professor of Physics, 11

Vern o n Street.

ROBERT BAIRD RIGGS, PH.D., Scorill Professor of Chemistry and Natural Science, 3 5 Forest Street.

WINFRED ROBERT MARTIN, LL.B., PH.D., Profc:ssor of Orienta./ and lv[odern Languages, 21 Jarvis Hall.

THE HoN. WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, LL.D. , Lecturer on Law, 265 Main Street.

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CHARLES DUDLEY WAR 'ER, L.H.D., D.C.L., Lecturer on English Literature, 37 Forest Street.

CHARLES COFFING BEACH, M.D., Lecturer on Hygiene, 199 Main Street.

WILLIAM DENISON MORGAN. M.A., M.D., Lecturer on Anatomy and Physiology,

I-ION EY, Pn.B., Instructor in Drawing and Descriptil'e Geometry, New Haven.

WILLIAM HARRY CHICHELE PYNCHON, M.A., In structor in Natura l Science, 13 Columbia Street.

THE REv. JOEL FOOTE BI 'GI-IAM, D.O., Lecturer on Italian Literature, 48-1- Farmington Avenue.

WALDO SELDE PRATT, M.A., Instructor in Elocutinn, 86 Gillett Street.

PHILIP DEWITT PHAIR, M.A., Instructor in History and Political Science, 1 Jarvis Hall.

HENRY WASHINGTON PRESCOTT, M.A., Instructor in Latin, 1 Northam Towers.

FRANK COLE BABBIT, Pn.D., Instructor in the Greek Language and Literature, 1-1, Seabury Hall.

HE. RY JONES BLAKESLEE, Assistant in the Physical Laboratory, 791 Park Street.

GEORGE BER HARDT VELTE, Instructor in the Gymnasium, Gymnasium.

The stated meetings of the Faculty are held on Monday mornings. at 10 o'clock.

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Board of

v~nows.

P1路esident,

The

CHANCELLOR OF THE COLLEGE. ~""e llow s,

The Rev.

W.

GEORGE

DouGLAS, D.D.

EDWARD D. APPLETON, B.A. AMBROSE

. 1\IunRAY, M.A.

C. BAnToN , LL.B. FRANKLIN H. FOWLEH, M.A. The I~ev. LuCIUS WATER~IAN, CuARLES

JunJo:r路

The Rev. GEORGE

F.

E.

W.

D.D.

~""ellows,

HARRUIAN, M.A.

BEERS, 1\l.A. , LL.B.

PERCY S. BRYANT, 1\I.A. FRANK E. JonxsoN, 1\I.A.

The Rev. The Rev.

JonN

T.

HUNTINGTON, M . A.

jOHN ]. McCooK, M.A.

Jfsso~iation

of

tb~

Jflumni.

):.resid ent,

The Rev.

HENRY 1\1. BARDOUR, M.A.

"Vice-President, WILLIAM C . SKIXNER, 1\I.A.

Secretn.ry, FREDERICK E. HAIGHT, 1\I.A.

Tr路easurer, PRANK E . JOHNSON , M.A.

'tnn(ling Co1ntu..ittee,

The PRESIDENT. The TREASURER. The Rev. WILLIAM H. \ !BBERT, The Rev. SAMUEL HART, D.D. GEORGE H. SEYMS, M.A.

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England Jfssodation of Jflumni. OFFICERS, 1899. President,

LUKE A. LOCKWOOD, '55. Yice-President,

w. c.

SKINI\ER, '76. Tre.a.s urer,

Secretary,

P.

F. \V. HARRIMAN, '72.

s.

BRYANT, '70.

Exeruti,·e Couunjttee,

Dr.

w.

Rev. S. HART, D.D., ' 66.

D. MORGAN, '72.

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York Jfssodation of Jflumni. OFFICERS, 1899. Vresideut,

Rev.

W~1.

H. VIBBERT, D.D., '5 . Vjce-Presjdents,

A. s. MORRAY, Jr., '71. Rev. NEWTON PERKINS, '61.

Rev. C. H. W. STOCKING, D.D ., '60. FRANKLIN H. FowLER, ' 61. Sec •·etary anti T•·easln·er,

SAMUEL F. JARVIS, Jr., '89. Executive Co1n1nittee,

Chairman-RanT. THORNE, '85 . F. E. HAIGllT, 7. E. L . PURDY, '84. G. P. COLEMAN, '90. V. C. PEDERSON, '91. $ $

Pbiladdpbia Jfssociation of Jflumni. OFFICERS, 1899. Presjdent,

J. EWING MEARS, M.D., '58. \ '" ice-PresideJtt,

WILLIAM DRAYTON, '71. Secretary,

SYDNEY G. FISHER, '79, 328 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Executive Counnittee,

SYDNEY G. FISHER, '79.

H. GoRDON McCouGH, '75.

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Jlss~tiati~n ~f

Pittsburgh

Jllumni.

OFFICERS, 1899. l'resi(lent,

L. M.

PL UMER,

'74.

Vice ·P1·esicl ent,

Secretai·y,

l\1. K. KosTER, '87 Executive Co1nn1ittee,

A. P.

BURGWIN,

'82.

W. R.

BLAIR,

'75.

H o n. Jos . BuFFINGTON,

Jlss~tiati~n f~r

Jllumni

tbt Distrltt and Uidnitv.

' 75.

~f £~1umbia

OFFICERS, 1899. P•·es id ent ,

E. M.

1st Yi ce -President,

GALLAU DET,

'59.

GEO.

A.

W OODWA RD,

2 d Yi ce- Pres ident,

'55.

WM. FELL JoHNSON,

Secretary,

s.

' 66.

Treas urer,

'85.

I-IERUERT GJESY ,

] . W.

£alif~rnia Jlssodati~n ~f

CLARK,

'63.

Jllumni.

OFFICERS, 1899. President,

Rt. Rev. W. F.

NICHOLS,

D.O., ' 70.

Sec1·etn.ry and Tre.:'ls-ure J·,

Rev. F. H.

CnuRcrr

(now of Tacoma, Wash .)

B~st~n Jlss~tiati~n ~f

Jllumni.

OFFICERS, 1899.

LEONARD

K.

STORRS,

'63.

Yice-Pres iflPnts, LORIN WEBSTER,

L. T.

'80.

DOWNS,

'48.

E. T.

Secretary, C.

c.

BARTON,

SULLIVAN,

Treasurer,

Jr. , '93.

E.

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s.

CLARK,

'65.

'89.


DARK BLuE AND OLD GoLD.

Rah-Rah-Rah! Trinity! Boom! Rah, Boom! Rah, Trinity!

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6raduat¢ Stud¢nts.

RESIDENCE .

.NAME.

HENRY jONES BLAKESLEE, B.S.,

WOOLSEY McALPINE jOHN SOK, B.A., H. E. RUSSELL FELLOW,

jAMES RI EDELL TucKER, B.A.,

Yale,

1 f

ROOM

Hartford,

791 Park Street.

Hartford,

69 Vernon Street.

East Hartford, Conn.,

Hartford.

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S¢nior Class.

CLASS MOTTO,

Cr,Ass CoLoRs,

Fortiter, fideliter, feliciter.

RED AND WHITE.

CLASS YELL-

Brecky, coax, coax, coax, Brecky, coax, coax, coax, Hullabaloo, atheta chochine, Nulli secundus, ninety-nine!

Offltns. Trinity Term .

Chrisbnas Term.

President,

J.

Vice-President,

A.

Secretary,

R.N.

Treasurer,

A.

Chronicler,

H. K.

A. D.

DAVIS,

ONDERDONK,

WILLCOX,

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W.

NICHOLS.

w.

R. .

A.

DESALVIO,

J.

C.

VIBBERT. HENRY.

WILLCOX.

DESALVIO .


1899

拢lass History. $

$

ENTLE reader of THE Ivv, I see your look of questioning surprise as you ask yourself, "Can it be that those freshmen of but yesterday are the seniors of today?" I reply, "Does the time seem short to you? Then, believe me, it seems doubly so to us." But the proofs are at hand. You will find our record complete. Ere this volume reaches you, your freshman of yesterday will have taken his ninety hours of required1 cuts in recitations, his one hundred and eleven cuts in chapel-not including those he used to take at night in his freshman year for having thought he had gone in the morning. He will have received his full quota of honorable scars on the foot ball and base ball fields; will haYe danced his eighteen appointed Germans, will have celebrated with Hibernian enthusiasm his four St. Patrick's Days. the Faculty's Ides of March -in short, will have qualified in all essential respects for the reception of his degree. One or two more facts may help to show you that, though the time seems short, it has not been uneventful. It has been '99's privilege to witness the grandest ovation Trinity ever accorded a victorious team, and the conflagration of more broken-windowed, whitewashed, unsightly architecture than any class in college, and to watch in turn the erection of the most artistic addition of recent years to the number of the College buildings, and, by the way, one of the many diversified uses of Martin Hall, for some time undiscoYered, has just come to light. The commodious accommodations for Hebrew, French and Drawing are minor matters compared to the fact that, located within easy view of the mathematical room, it affords Prof. Luther's classes a permanent example of the triangle, the square, the cube, the pyramid and the nonahedron all tn one. How much might be said to show you that, measured by our achievements, too, the course of '99 has been a long one. But the historian forbears to weary you. The man doubtful of his claims to some coveted recognition tries to arouse conviction by boisterously proclaiming them. The man who has experienced, with Bacon, the "incomparable pleasure of standing upon the vantage ground of truth," has a degree of enjoyment that depends but little upon whether the world investigates his claims or not. Suffice it to say that '99 has played her part faithfully in every department of college activity, has entered into the social world too much to make the final parting easy, and incidentally has produced the first optimus of the last eighteen years. She has been more than a rnet路e preserver of traditions. She has restored some-yes, even created some. Duck-on-the-rock was dragged from out the debris of the iconoclasts. The Sophomore Dining Club is a tradition that owes its origin to the natural conviviality of '99 . It is hoped that out of courtesy this tradition will prolong, or, if necessary, revive its existence until after the corning Class Day. But precious time is fleeting. Let all vain babblings cease. Let all rivalries be over. Let tranquility be queen. ' 99 bas suffered her defeats, but to. day victor and vanquished alike are embraced in the one sentiment of friendliness and good feeling. Bygones are bygones and all old scores are forgotten. Then cheer on, ye college men, for our clear old Alma l\fater. It relieves the senior's sadness and tells him others still love her too. Classmates, draw closer-draw closer. Let me feel the honest grasp of your strong hand again. It is not merely the passing of a class-a century goes with us. C. B. H.

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贈lass of

1899.

SEl\'lORS .

.$

.$

NAME.

RESIDENCE.

THOMAS EMMETT ADDI , (s.), A. X. P.,

21 Woodbine St, Hartford.

Glee Club (3 ) .

LLOYD RAEBURN BENSON, A. X. P.,

.

Hudson, N.Y.

Mandolin Club (2) (3) {4), Glee Club (2) (3) (4), College Quartette (4).

REUEL ALLAN BENSON, (s.), 6.. K. E.,

Oakland, Me.

Trinity Tablet, Lit. Edito r o f '99 Ivy.

CRANSTON BRENTON, (s.), 6.. '11.,

Jamaica, N.Y.

Tablet, Dramatic Club (2) (3) (4), Executive Committee o f Dramatic Associ ation, German Club.

HAROLD LOOMIS CLEASBY, A. X. P ., <I>. B. K.,

24 Elmer St., Hartford.

Valedictorian.

ORR OK PAUL CoLLOQUE, A. X. P.,

Oxford,

I .

Y.

Mandolin Club (2) (3) (4), Glee Club {3) (4).

DoNALD SKELDING CoRSON, (L. s.), '11. Y.,

Grand Rapids, Mich.

Assistant Manager of Foot Ball (3), Sophomore Dining Club, German Club.

JoHN HENRY KELSO DAVIS, (L. s.), '11 . Y., 速. N. E.,

Fort Monroe, Va.

Captain of Base Ba ll (4), Base Ball Team (1) (2) (3) (4), Sophomore Dining Club, President of Class (4) 1st term , Senior Honora ry Society, Germ a n Club, Class Day President.

EDWARD SAVAGE DOBBIN, 6. . '11.,

Fairbault, Minn.

WILLrAM HANMER EATON, (s.), 6.. '11. ,

Pittsfield, Mass.

Business M a nage r of Dramatic Association, Executive Committee of Dramatic Association, German Club, Sophomore Dining Club.

HARRY DANIEL GREEN, '11. Y.,

Berlin , N.H.

Foot Ball Team (3).

CHARLES BAKER HEDRICK, A. 6.. <I>., <I>. B. K.,

Jacksonville , Fla.

Ivy Boa rd , Sophomore Diuing Club, Business Manager of'99 Ivy .

CHARLES WILLIAM HENRY, A.X.P.,<I>.B.K.,速.N_E., Bridgewater, Mass. Track Team (1) (2) (3) {4), Captain of Track Team (3) (4), Glee Club (4), President of Missionary Society, College Quartette (4), Salutatorian.

GEORGE TALMAN KENDAL (L. s.), '11 . Y., 速. N. E., .

Hartford.

Sophomore Dining Clu b, Leader of Banjo Club ( 1 ), German Club, Jesters ( 4), President of Class (1) 1st term.

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NAME.

RESIDENCE.

ELTON GARDINER LITTELL, A.

'

t:... <I>., ®. N. E., Wilmington, Del. Foot Ball Team (2) (3) ( 4), Track Team (1) (2) (4), Basket Ball Team (1) (2), Captain of Track Team (3), German Club, Senior Honorary Society, Glee Club (1) (2) (3) (4), President Athletic Association (4), Sophomore Dining Club, College Marshal.

FRANK ARTHUR McELWAIN, A.X.P., <I>.B.K., ®.N.E., Brookfield, Mo. '9~

Ivy Board.

VICTOR FoRREST MoRGAN (s.), A. X. P., 227 Sigourney St., Hartford. BRYAN KILLIKELLY MoRSE, A. t.. <I>.,®. N. E., Wilmington, Del. Mandolin Club (1) (2) (3) (4), Leader of Mandolin Club (3) (4), German Club, Sophomore Dining Club, President of Musical OrganizationR, Senior Honorary Society, President German Club ( 4), Chairman of '99 Junior Ball Committee.

joHN WILLIAMS NICHOLS, \]/, Y.,

San Mateo, Cal.

Business Manager '99 Ivy, President of Missionary Society (3) (4), Jnnior Ball Committee, Senior Honorary Society, Glee Club (2) (3) (4), Manager of Glee Club (4), Foot Ball Team (4), Manager of Track Team (4), German Club, Sophomore Dining Club.

ADRIAN HoLMES ONDERDONK, A.

t:... <I>., ®. N. E., . Baltimore, Md. President of Class (1) 2d term, Sophomore Dining Club, Manager Foot Ball Team (4).

HARRY LANDON RicE, A. X. P.. ERNEST ALBERT RICH, A. t:... <I>.,®. N. E., .

Lansingburg, N.Y. Reisterstown, Md.

Foot Ball Team (1) (2) (3) (4), Track team (1) (3) (4), Sophomore Dining Club, President of Class (3) 2d term, Senior Honorary Society.

ALPHONSO DE SALVIO, CLARENCE ALEXANDER SMITH, <1>. r. 6.., .

. Boston, Mass. Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y.

'99 Ivy Board.

CuRTIS SMITH,~. A. E., Auburn, N.Y. McWALTER BERNARD SuTToN, (L. s.), \)/, Y., ®. N.E., New Rochelle, N.Y. Foot Ball Team (1) (2) (3) (4), Captain of Foot Ball Team (4), Base Ball Team (1) (3) (4), Dramatic Club (4), President of Class (2) 1st term , Sophomore Dining Club, German Club, Basket Ball Team (3).

ALLEN RESHELL VAN METER, A. X. P., <I>. B. K., DANIEL HUGH VERDER, <I>. B. K.,

Riverton, N.J. Rutland, Vt.

Tablet Board (3) (4).

AuBREY DARRELL VIBBERT,

t:... \]/,, New York City, N.Y. German Club, Senior Honorary Society, Manager of Base Ball (3), President of Class (4) 2d term, Glee Club (3) (4), Mandolin Club (2) (3) (4), Sophomore Dining Club, '99 Ivy Board, Tablet Board, '99 Junior Ball Committee.

27


NAME.

RESIDENCE .

REGINALD NoRTON WILLcox, 6.. K. E.,

Buffalo, N.Y.

President of Class (2) 2d term, Manager Basket Ball Team (3), Tablet Board (4).

ALLAN SHELDON WooDLE, Jr.,

w.

Y., ®. N. E.,

Altoona, Pa.

Foot Ball Team (1) (2) (3) (4), Captain of Foot Ball Team (3), Base Ball Team (2) (4), Glee Club (1) (2) (3) (4), Mandolin Club (1) (2) (4), Track Team (1), Senior Honorary Society.

RAYMOND SANDFORD YEOMANS, <I>. r. 6.., . SPECIALS. FREDERICK STANLEY BACON, I. K. A.,®. N. E.,

Andover, Conn. . Middletown, Conn.

Foot Ball Team (1) (2) (3) (4), '99 Ivy Board, Senior Honorary Society, German Club.

FREDERICK CLARK INGALLS, w. Y.,

Milford, N.Y.

Foot Ball Team (2) (3) (4), Track Team (2) (3) (4).

ROLAND HENRY MECHTOLD, ~.A. E., ew York City, N.Y. FRANCIS T. MILLER, Bristol, Conn. FORMER :l\IEMBERS. IRVING KNOTT BAXTER, 6.. K. E., Utica, . Y. ALLAN GRIFFITH BODINE, . Philadelphia, Pa. JoHN BowNE B NN, ~.A. E., Brooklyn, N.Y. RoDERICK HARRISON Fox, A. 6.. <I>., Bradford, Pa. FRANCIS RENNY GLAZEBROOK, A. 6.. <I>., Elizabeth, N.J. WILLIAM ROBERT GOLDEN, ~. A. E., Saratoga Springs, N.Y. ARCHIBALD GoLDTHWAITE, 6.. w., Galveston, Tex. CHA NCEY KARL HARRIS, Wethersfield, Conn. HowARD SINCLAIR KERNER, A. 6.. <I>., ew York City, N.Y. NORMAN MILO LOOMIS, 6.. K. E., South Manchester, Conn. FREDERICK ALBERT LUND, 6.. K. E., ew York City, N.Y. RALPH CuTLER MEAD, 6.. K. E .. Ballston Lake, . Y. ALEXANDER NEILL, Jr.,~. A. E., Hagerstown. Md. HANS CHRISTIAN OWEN, W. Y., . Middletown, Conn. EDMUND KEARSLEY STEHLING, 6.. >¥., Detroit, Mich. WILLIAM ALFRED WARNER, 6.. K. E., Hartford. WILLIAM JAMEs WooD, Hartford. JOSEPH WARREN ZIEGLER, Detroit, Mich. 28


junior £lass.

CLAS CJQ _

CLAss CoLoRs,

MOTTO, ~, '

.&1 OLfkOL 0

,

an

OLD GOLD AND BROWN .

CLASS YELL-

Wo-te-widee-wo, te-widee-wire, castire, casto, te-widee-wo, te-widee wish, wish, wish, boom 1900!

Offlcns. Trinity Term .

Chrisbnas Term .

President,

R. H. Fox,

M. G. HAIGHT.

Vice-President, Secretary,

D.

M.

A. ARNO'l~r,

E. P.

Treasurer,

K.

A.

Chronicler,

P. L.

RICHMOND,

F. F. KuRTH, BRYANT,

29

J. c.

P. L.

Bru 'ES. TAYLOR, JR . HALL. BRYA T.


190o ÂŁlass History. HEN we look back on things that were-now surrounded by the gloom of antiquity-we almost resent the joy with which we entered upon our Sophomore year. What blatant self-complacency! Truly did we think that we had only to show ourselves to be immediately exalted to the loftiest pinnacles of public admiration. No doubt we deserved that favorite expletive, "consummate asses,"which was wont to fall from the lips of that dear Professor to whom this volume is dedicated. But now all things are changed-the past with soft garment veils the angular outline into symmetry. With sorrow we laid down the toys of childhood and in stern resolve took up our duty of regulating college morals (and other things too numerous to mention). How we hav<' succeeded remains for the future to reveal. If our class now contained all the men with whom its life commenced, our "moral 'suasion " could not have beeu withstood by even the most devoted underclassman debauchee. But they have gone and how we do miss them. Our successes in things scholastic are too well known to need further comment here, except in the Shakespeare course, where one of our men rendered Hamlet with such beauty of pronunciation that the Professor in charge called upon his Satanic majesty in admiration. In regard to athletics, our fame has gone forth through the length and breadth of the land; so remarkable has been our prowess that nowadays when a town girl sees any powerfully built young man with the Apollo cast of countenance she turns to her chum and says: "There is one of the Trinity athletes." "What class?" "Oh, '1900, ' of course; all athletes are in '1900' and all '1900' men are athletes." On the night of February 16, 1897, occurred an event which knit the scattered atoms of our class into such molecular consistency that then and there '' 1900" took her place-a power in the college world. I refer to the '"9 from 1900" banquet. What one of us can forget the stirring incidents of that night? Then comes an hiatus of two years and again we sat at table in a body, this time not as hosts, but guests. Any one who doubts the excellency of our entertainment needs but to read the menu of that dinner, where the feast of dainties and flowing bowl were surpassed only by the feast of reason and flow of soul. We thank you, "1902 ". It is the pleasant duty of the historian to assure the College that at least three members of 1900 have declared their intention of graduating from Trinity, so no one need feel alarmed if we lose a few men before that class day, when for a last sad time we will wake the echoes with our Wo-te-widee-wo. Hartford society will miss us when \\"e go, since such determined and successful "fussers" as we, were never seen before in this almost quaint New England town. Here must the record end, lest the "niggardly page " be expanded to a volume filled with the successes of 1900, who, true to its motto, is indeed always ready. P. L. B.

W

30


贈lass of 19oo. JUNIORS.

NAME.

RESIDENCE.

ALEXANDER ARNOTT, A. X. P .. }AMES WATSON BRADl.J.'o<, }R., A.~. <1>., e.

South Manchester, Conn. . E., Hartford.

Track Team (1 ), B. U., Sophomore Dining Club.

MOSES }AMES BRINES, A. X. P., e. N. E.,

Westerly, R.I.

.

Glee Club (1) (2) (3), Leader of Glee Club (3) , Dramatic Club (1) (2) (3), Executive Committee of Dramatic Club (3), College Quartette (1) (2) (3).

PERCY LEON

BRYANT,~.

A. E., .

Hartwell, 0. B. U.

LUTHER HAROLD BURT, ( .), ~. K. E., THEODORE GRAFTON CASE , ~. K. E.,

Hartford. Granby, Conn.

1900 Ivy Board .

joHN KAY CLEMENT,~. '1'.,

Sunbury, Pa.

Mandolin Club (2) (3 ), Glee Club (1) (2) (3).

SAMUEL WILLIAM CooNs, !l . '1' . , . Ballston Spa, N.Y. RoDERlCK HARRISON Fox, (s.), A.~. <1>., 速. N. E., . Bradford , Pa. B. U., So phomore Dining Club, President of Class (3 ) 1st term, Glee Club (1) (2). A . ~. <1>., 速. N. E., . E lizabeth, N.J. 13 . U., Glee Club (3), Base Ball Team (1) (2) (3), Sophomore Dining Club, German Club, Basket Ball T eam (1) (2) (3) , 1900 Junior Ball Committee, Captain Basket Ball Team (2) (3).

HASLETT McKIM GLAZEBROOK,

HAIGHT, ~. '1' . , Pittsfield, Mass . B. U. , Associate Man a ger Ba se Ball Team , Man ager of Foot Ball Team (4), President of Class (3) 2d term , ophomo re Dining Club, 1900 Junior Ball Committee, German Club.

MONROE GLEASON

AMASA CLARK HALL, (L. s .), A. X. P., HARRY ARCHER HORNOR, A.~. <1>., 速.

r.

E.,

West Hartford, Conn. New Orleans, La.

B. U., Sophomore Dining Club, Dramatics !1) (2) (3), Stage Manager of Dramatic Association (3), Executive Committee of Dramatics (2) (3), Glee Club (1) (2) (3l, M a ndolin Club (1), Class President (1) 1st term, Literary Editor 1900 Ivy Board.

KARL FRANZ FREDERICK K u RTH, A. X. P ., jOHN GILBERT MclLvAmE, '1'. Y.,

Detroit, Mich. Philadelphia,Pa.

B. U., Mandolin Club (1) (2) (3), Dra matic Association (2J (3), 1900 Junior Ball Committee, Sophomore Dining Club, German Club. 31


NAME.

RESLUENCE.

FREDERICK WELLES PRINCE,~ - ~-,速.

. E., . .

Hartford.

German Club, Sophomore Dining Club, Mandolin Club (3), Business Man ager 1900 Ivy Board, 1900 Juni o r Ball Committee, President of Class (2J 2d term.

DAVID Loms ScHWARTZ, A.~-~ - ,速. N. E.,

L a kewood , N.J.

B. U. , Chairman 1900 Junior Ball Co mmittee, Germ a n Club, Manager Ba se Ba ll Team (3), Track T eam (1) (2), Glee Club (1) (2) (0), Mandolin C lu b (1) (2) \3).

CHARLES THOMAS SMART, (s.) , A. X. P., . EDWIN PEMBERTON TAYLOR, ]R. , (L. s.) , \fl. Y.,

Hartford. Hartford.

190.0 Ivy Boa rd, German Clu b.

SIMON LEWIS TOMLINSON, 6.. K. E ., .

Hartford .

1 9 00 Juni o r Ba ll Co mmittee.

ELLSWORTH MORTON TRACY, A X. P.,

Waterbury, Conn.

1900 Ivy Board .

WILLIAM CAMERON HILL, 6. .

w.,

Sunbury, P a.

Business M a nager 1 900 I vy Boa rd , Germa n Clu b, So pho mo re Dining Clu b.

ALLEN STERLING TITu s , I. K. A.,速. N. E. ,

Buffalo, N. Y.

B. U., Glee Club (2), Drama tic Associatio n (2t (3), Executive Co mmitt ee of Dra matic Club (3), 19 00 Ivy Board.

SPECIAL STUDENTS. EARNEST LEON SIMONDS, A. X. P., ROBERT ]AMES FAGAN, Eow ARD CoLLINS STONE,

Hartford. Hartford . Hartford.

FORMER MEMBERS. WALTER BLAKELEE VON HAGEN AR NDEL, 6.. w., Pittsburgh, Pa. FRANK TRACY BALDWIN, ..'l. \fl., Inwood-on-Hudson, N. Y. ROELIF HASBROUCK BROOKS, u. K. E., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. ARTHUR HENRY BRYANT,~- A. E., Hartwell, 0. ]Ol-IN DIXON BuRCHARD, 6.. K. E., South orwalk, Conn. DELANCEY WALKER FISKE, w. Y., Providence, R.I. SAMUEL RICHARD F u LLER, A. 6. . <I>., Buffalo, N. Y. CHAUNCEY KARL HARRIS, . Wethersfield, Conn. DAviD BALDWIN ]EWE'I"r, 6. . K. E., Rochester, N.Y. DENISON RICHMOND, A. X. P. , . Syracuse, N. Y . GRANVILLE HUDSON SHERWOOD, A. 6. . ~. Elgin, Ill. CLIFFORD KNox Wooo, <1> . I' . 6.., Huntington, . Y.

32


Sopbomor~

£lass.

CLASS MoTTo,

CLASS COLORS,

Novus ordo saeclorum.

RED AND BLUE.

CLASS YELL-

Kiyi, Kiyi, Ki, Yippi, Kiyi! Hullabaloo! Red and Blue! 19(')1!

Offlcns. Christmas Term.

Trinity Term.

President,

R. E.

Vice-President,

w.

Secretary,

G.

BRINLEY,

F. E.

wATERMAN.

Treasurer,

W.

J.

F. E.

wATERl\fAN.

Chronicler,

P.

PECK,

w.

P.

BROWN,

w.

M.

McNEIL,

F. H. Foss.

33

BROWN. NICHOLS.


19o1 ÂŁlass History.

T

HE cigarette of our Freshman year has been for a long time cast aside, and already the pipe of the Sophomore is almost smoked out, and we begin to hear the sizzling of the last ashes in the bowl as they \Yarn us that it is almost time to discard the "traditional Sophomore recklessness" and e.ssume the responsibilities of upperclassmen. In looking back over our first year, we see, indeed, that we were not idle. Our class teams all played outside games; we won the Leffingwell cup, a thing not done by a Freshman class in years; our base ball team was victorious in the inter-class game, and an unusually large number of the class wore 'varsity sweaters. And this year also, though with ranks depleted by having so many men on the foot batl squad, we won the fight at the bulletin board, and it took five fierce rushes to decide the push-rush. The underclass meet was won too easily to be exciting, and the McCracken cup also came to us. In college life, too, we have borne our part, ever ready to share in such events as the memorable parade on St. Pat's Day, and in "gatherings round the Bishop"; and we have, we must confess, caused the Faculty the usual amount of sleeplessness, and undergone the usual, perhaps more than the usual, amount of cross-examination and questioning, with regard to the now historic battle with the Neâ&#x20AC;˘.v Britain stage-hands, hotelporters, etcetera, the" door-knob plot," and various other little escapades. Close observers have also reported that there is le s polish on the Sophomore seats in chapel than usual, and-but an unkind power does not permit the historian to speak his mind on the subject. But, as the time draws near when we will become upperclassmen, what matters to us, after all, the rivalries and jealousies of the past? Though we fought desperately in the three fierce "scraps" of March 17th, and would have gone over with the staircase up to Alumni had it fallen rather than give an inch, why should we not forgive, even though we do not forget, and merging our individual life into the broader sphere of our college influence, strive in the future, to the exclusion of all else, to uphold the Old Gold and the Blue, be it here or in our after life? " 'ovus Ordo Saeclorum." "A New Order of the Ages." We shall be the first class to graduate in the new century. As the new century will be an age of advancement and of progress, so may the class of 1901, strong in the spirit which binds us all together, ever labor for the honor and the glory of our Alma Mater, striving always so to do, that when we graduate we may leave behind us a name which shall be long remembered. C. H. W.

34


of

~lass

1901.

SOPHOMORES.

NAME.

RBSIDENCB.

RoBERT BAYARD BELLAMY (s.), GoDFREY BRINLEY (L. s.), . GEoRGE GRAHAM BuRBANCK (L. s.), HARRY HAl\llLTON CocHRANE (s . ), AUBREY HENRY DERBY, REGINALD FISKE (L. S . ), FRANK HALSEY Foss, HENRY TowN~s FoRRESTER (s.), HUBERT DA A GOODALE, TAMES MOSGROVE HUDSON ( . ) ' WILLIAM JOHN McNEIL, EDWARD JARVIS KING MASON, WALTER ALFRED MITCHELL, FRANK STEPHEN MOREHOUSE, RICHARD EuGENE PEcK, HAROLD HuNTINGTON RuDD, CHARLES HENRY STRONG, FRANCIS RAYMOND STUR'l'EVANT, ARTHUR REGINALD VAN DE WATER, JAMES ALBERT WALES, JAMES MERRYMAN WALKER, FRANCIS ELY WATERMAN,

.

WILLIAM PARKER WHARTON, CHARLES HATHERN "WHEELER, HuGH DEMPSTER 路WILSON, Jr., . AUGUSTUS TALCOTT WYNKOOP (L. S.),

35

. Boston, Mass. Newington Junction, Conn. Tompkinsville, N.Y. Newington Junction, Conn. Newark, N. J. Providence, R. I. Norwich, Conn. Mexico, Mex. . Suffield, Conn. . Syracuse, N. Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. . Suffield, Conn. Hartford. South Kent, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. Knoxville, IlL Hartford. Hartford. ew York, N.Y. Bayonne, N.J. Brooklyn, N.Y. Hartford . Howard, Pa. Clinton, N.Y. New York, N. Y. Utica, N.Y.


SPECIAL STUDEN'l'S. NAME.

RR S IDBN CE.

THOMAS PROSSOR BROWNE, Jr . ,

New York, N.Y.

WILLIAM PURNELL BROWN,

Centreville, Md .

MARTIN WITHINGTON CLEMENT,

Sunbury, Pa.

JOHN DAULBY EvANS, .

]OH

Hartford .

GRAHAM HARGRAVE,

Residence, V a.

FORMER MEMBERS . ARTHUR EuGENE ARvEnsoN, SAMUEL WALDEN CooKE,

Carpentersville, Ill.

.

Stamford, Conn .

WINTER HAMILTON EVEREST, VVILLIAM lVfORSE

New Milford, Conn .

ICHOLS,

San Mateo, Cal.

CARLOS CURTIS PECK,

Bridgeport, Conn.

EvERETT EuGENE STACEY,

Hartford .

OTIS jEWETT STORY,

Chillicothe, 0.

FRANKLIN WHITTEMORE DEWELL,

New Haven, Conn.

OWEN WARNER GILDERSLEEVE,

Gildersleeve, Conn.

NATHANIEL jULIUS CABLE,

ew Haven, Conn.

jEWETT COLE,

Chester, Ill.

36

I


rr~sbman

£lass.

CLASS COLORS,

CLASS MoTTo,

..

N VV

,

7TOVO~,

q

,

CRIMSON AND GRAY.

VfrTEpov VLKYJ.

OffltUS. Christmas Term.

Trinity Tern1.

President,

E. S.

MERRIAM,

H.

s. BRADFIELD.

Vice-President,

F. R.

CLAPP,

C.

E.

Secretary,

J.

HENDERSON,

B. GOODRICH.

Treasurer,

J.

HENDERSON,

E. E.

Chronicler,

J.

W. ALLEN.

R.N.

37

T U KE.

B. GOODRICH. WEIBEL.


19o2 ÂŁlass History.

P

ERHAPS no class has entered college with more zeal, more earnestness, and maybe more verdancy, than the class of 1902. But then we realize that our freshness is expected, and, indeed, it would be phenomenal if we did not possess it . Nevertheless, as one of our professors once told us," Even if you are Freshmen, it is not necessary to exhibit an extraordinary degree ofyerdancy." At the bulletin board we proved ourselves to be somewhat athletic and not altogether fed on bread and milk. The pushrush was our next appearance in the field, and, as none of us knew exactly wh a t sort of contrivance a pushrush was, we must have presented a strange spectacle when we appeared for instructions. But on being formed in a phalanx, a Ia Macedonian , and on being drilled at frequent intervals by our patient and much-enduring friends, we were able to do justice to Alexander's famous formation and to gain an almost unusual advantage over our rivals. Afterward, the first opportunity to act as hosts was given us, and we endeavored, as well as our tender age would permit, to fullfil the proper duties, and, judging from the mirthful scene which followed, we succeeded well. Things went merrily and we began to grow a little, when an occurrence happened which nearly stunted our growth. We were to compete with the much-feared Sophomores for the Underwood cup. Alas! the horror which filled us! We beheld defeat staring us in the face and our untaught and gentle natures scarce knew bow to avoid it. The meet came and we fell. There was still one hope, one chance of redemption, and that lay in giving our friends, the Juniors, a banquet. Plans were accordingly laid with the most strategic zeal, and , after various difficulties, we assembled en masse before a hospitable board and regaled ourselves with good company and good food. The saddest event of our Freshman days was the sudden death of one of our number. James Whiting Allen had entered college with slender means and had endeavored to earn an education by thrift and self-denial. His courage and determination were admirable, but his strength failed him, and on October 25, 1898, we lost a classmate, cheerful, kind, and dear to all. Our Freshman year is fast ebbing to the close. Some of our friends will leave us and misfortunes may fall upon us; but may we ever be faithful t o our motto, vvv 7TOVO'), VCTTEpov VLK'YJ, and to dear old Trinity. R. N. \V_

38


£lass of

1902.

FHESHMEN.

RESIDENCE .

NAME .

HAROLD SIMEON BACKUS,

Andover, Conn.

.

PHILIP LOCKWOOD BARTON (L. S.),

Framingham, Mass. Hartford.

EDMUND JANES CLEVELAND , Jr. , SAMUEL WALDEN COOKE ,

Stamford, Conn.

RoBERT BuRTON GooDEN,

San Buenaventura, Cal. Exeter, N.H.

EDWARD GooDRIDGE, Jr.,

Somerville, Mass.

JAMES HENDERSON,

Hiawatha, Kan.

CHARLES HAWLEY HILL (L. s.),

Huntington, N.Y.

GEORGE HERBERT HoLDEN ,

Thompsonville, Conn.

HARRY LESLIE HowE ,

South M a nchester, Conn.

WILLIAM STEWART HYDE (L.), JACOB ALEXANDER LAUBENSTEIN (L.S.),.

Collins vil1e, Conn.

ANsoN THEODORE McCooK,

Hartford.

EDMUND SAWYER MERRIAM,

Hartford.

KARL PHILIP MORBA,

Hartford. New York,

ALFRED BURNETT QUAILE,

J.

Y.

Wa hington, D. C.

EDGAR MARTIN ROGERS,

Chillicothe, 0.

OTIS J EWETT STORY (L. s.),

Philadelphia, Pa.

CHARLES EDw Aim TuKE, JOHN WHITE WALKER,

Cheshire, Conn.

ARTHtR HENRY WEED,

Claremont, N. H.

RICHARD NICKS WEIBEL,

Garnerville, N.Y.

.WILLIAM HARDIN WHEELER,

Little Falls, N.Y . Indianapolis, Ind .

HowARD R ussELL WHITE,

39


SPECIAL STUDENTS. RESIDENCE.

NAMR.

Buffalo, N.Y.

HERBERT STANLEY BRADFIELD,

Chestnut Hill, Pa.

EDWIN SCHIVELY CARSON,

Albion, Ind.

FRED RAYMOND CLAPP,

Claremont, N.H.

EDWARD BR cE GooDRICH,

ew Orleans, La.

JOHN HENRY l\1AGINNIS,

Philadelphia, Pa.

THEOPHILUS JOHN MINTON SYPHAX,

FORMER MEMBERS.

Charleston, S. C.

ANTHONY TOOMER PORTER, Jr.,

Richfield Springs, N. Y.

*jAMES WHITING ALLEN,

CONNECTICUT LEAGUE ART STUDE T HARRY FRANCIS GERNHARDT,

Hartford.

RALPH RussELL SEYMOUR,

Hartford.

• Died October 25, 1R!l8 .

SUMMARY. Course in Letters.

Course in Arts.

Course in Letters and Science.

Course in Science.

Seniors,

24

2

6

32

Juniors,

14 20 20

2

4

4

6

20 30 25 23

Sophomores, Freshmen,

Special Students.

1

4

23

Special Students,

Total.

130

Undergraduates,

3

Graduate Students,

133

Total, 40

r


S~tr~t rrat~rniti~S.

I. K. A. Founded 1829.

Epsilon Chapter of Delta Psi. Establish ed 1850.

Phi Kappa Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi. Established 1877.

Alpha Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Established 1879.

Beta Beta Chapter of Psi Upsilon. Esta blisbed 1880.

Connecticut Alpha Chapter of Sig ma Alpha Epsilon. Established 1892.

Tau Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta. Established 1893.

Alpha Chi Rho. Founded 1895.

41

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tb~

J:ocal

'frat~rnitv

&

of

I. K. A.

&

Founded 1 ' 29,

Jft trinilV

43

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FREDERIC STANLEY BACON. ALLEN STERLING TITUS. GODFREY BRI LEY. EDWIN FRANKLIN POWEL. OTIS JEWETT STORY. RICHARD EUGENE PECI<. ARTHUR EUGENE ARVEDSON. A THO Y TOOMER PORTER, ]R. CHARLES HAWLEY HILL.

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CHARLES E. GRAVES, '50. CHARLES]. HOADLY, '51 . JOHN H. BROCKLESBY, '65. WILLIAM C. BROCKLESBY, '70. ARTHUR K. BROCKLESBY, '70. WILLIAM D.

10RGAN, '72.

ROBERT G. ERWI , '74. WILLIAM C. SKIN ER, '76. GEORGE W. BEACH, '80. HERMANN LILIENTHAL, '86. ERNEST DEF. l\1IEL, ' 8. HEYWARD SC DDER, '91. GEORGE W. ELLIS, '94. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, '94. CHARLES L. B RNHAM, '98. ROBERT W. GRAY, '98.

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£orporation. President,

HoN . JOHN TURNER WAIT,* LL .D. Secretary and Treasurer,

CHARLES L UTHER BURNHAM . REv. THOMAS GALLA DET, D.O. CHARLES EMJ1.1ET GRAVES. JOliN HENRY STEVENS QUICK. WILLIAM STERLING COGSWELL. WILLIAM CLAIBORNE BROCKLESBY. WILLIAM DE t ISON MORGAN, M.D. REv. JOHN HUMPHREY BARBOUR. WILLIAM CONVERSE SKINNER. EDWARD MANSFIELD SCUDDER. REv . ERNEST DEFEMERY MIEL.

*Deceased .

46


Abbott, C. W., '49 *Abbott,]. P., '49. Adams, G. Z., '39. * Arlams,]. R., '49. Allen, E. T., '41. Andrews, C. M., '84. * Anistaki, J., '37. *Ashe,]. B., '30. *Backus, C. A., '52. Bacon,]. W., '46. Bakewell,]., '59. Barbour, J. H ., '73. Barclay, R ., '80. Bartlet, H. P ., '72. *Bayard, W. H., '41. *Bayley, J. R., '35 . Beach, E. S., '83. Beach, G. W., '80. *Belden, N. M., '48. *Benton, M. F., '58. Benton, J. R., '97. *Bond,]., '40. *Bondurant, W. E., '63. Bowman, C. W., '87. *Brainard, N. L., '43. *Brander, H. M., '45. *Brandt, L., '49. *Brewer, W. L ., '38. Brinley, E. H ., '49. Brinley, P., '47. Brocklesby, A. K., '70. Brocklesby, J. H ., '65. Brocklesby, W. C., '69. *Browell, T. S., '35. *Buchanan, J., '53. Bull, W . M., '39. Burnham , C. L., '98. *Butler, M. r., '44.

*Caldwell, C. E., ' 2. *Campbell, C. I., '30. Candee, H. S., '93. Carpenter, J. S., '79. Carpenter,]. T., ' , . Carpenter, R. H., ' 1. Chapin, D. D., '56. Chapin, W. M ., '74. *Chapman, C. R., '47. Clapp, F. '55. Clark, A. l\1., '77. Clark, E. S ., '65. Clarke, R. M., '45. Clemont, P. W., '6 Coggeshall, G. A., '65 . Cogswell, G. E., '97. Cogswell, W. S., ' 61. Collins, W. F., '93. *Comstock, J. C., '38. *Conyngham, C. M., '59. *Cossit, P. S., '45. *Cowling, R. 0., '61. *Curtis, W. E., '43. Daves, G., '57. Da vies, W. G., '60. *DeForrest, G. A., '55. *Delancy, T.]., '40. *Delano, F. R., '65. Deming, W. C., '84. Dewell, F. W., '01. *DeZeng, E., '40. *Dick,]. M., '54. *Dirickson, L. L ., '41. *Dorsey, W. H. I., '36. Downes, L. T., '48. *Driggs, T. I., '48. *Dyer, A., '70. Ellis, G. W., '94 . 47


Hotchkiss, C. E., '82. Hovey, H. E., '66. Hubbard, G. A., '94. Hyde, T. McE., '90. *Ingalls, T., '52. Jackson, R. E., '45 . *Jarvis, J. S., '57. *Johnson, E. P., '65. Johnson, W. F., '66. *Jones, C. H., '35. *Kellogg, H. L., '36. *Ker, J., '43. *King, H. W., '36. *Lambert, D., '36. *Lansing, C. A., '66. Leaken, W. R.,'80. *LeRoy, A. ., '42. LeRoy,]., '69. *LeRoy, T. 0., '42. Lilienthal, H., '86. Lynch, R. Leb., '90. Mack, J. E., '71. *Mallory, G. S., '58. Mallory, R. H., '92. *Mallory, W. H., '60. Marble, F. P., '82. *Marshall, J., '42. Mason, A. T ., '81. *Matthewson, J., '46. McCoruhe, A., '89. McConihe, 1\l. S., '92. McConihe, W., '90. *Mcintosh, J. H., '53. McKean, T. H., '92. McKennan, J.D., '76. McLemore, M. C., '89. *Meech, H.]., '42. Miel, E. DeF., '88. *Millard, A. B., '36. *Miller, N., '47. Moffett, G. H., '78. Moore, C. E., '76. Moore, D. S., '64. Morgan, G. B., '70. Morgan, W. D., '72 . *Morgan, W. F., '35.

Erwin, J. B., '76. Erwin, R. G., '74. Evans, S. K., '95. *Faxon, E., '47. *Ferrill, W . C., '78. Foote, I., '42. *Franklin, E. C., '54. *Gadsden, C. E., '50. *Gadsden, J. A., '50. Gallaudet, B. B., '80. Gallaudet, T. , '42. *Gardner, H. G., '65. Gowen, F. C., '82. Goddard, F. M ., '96. *Gordon, 0. K ., '58. Graves, A. C., '91. Graves, C. E., '50. Graves, D. C., '98. Graves, G., '49. Graves, H. S., '92. Graves, R. S., '94. *Gray, J. W., '72. Gray, R. W., '9 . *Hale, C. F., '47. Hale, C. S., '62. *Halsey, A., '37. *Hamilton, H. C., '51. Hamilton, I. K., Jr., '91. Hardee, C. H., '81. *Harris, T . L., '41. *Hasen, B. D., '49. *Hasell, L. C., '50. Hawley, F. M., '61. *Hazlehurst, G. H., '42. Hazlehurst, J . W., '51. Hazlehurst, R., '41. *Henry, J. F., '34. *Hewlett, S. H., '74. Heydecker, H . R., '86. *Heyward, J. F., '48. Hoadly, C. J ., '51. Hollister, J. B., '84. Ho11y, J. A., '91. *Hopson, E. C., '64. Hopson, G. B., '57. Horton, P . A., '68. 48

I


M o rrill, C. A., '67. *Mo w1·y, D. S., '67. Nelson , H., '87. Nelson, \'V. B., '81. Nich olls, G. H. , '39 . • ichols, R. \V., ' 33. Noyes, A. H., '89. Olmsted, W. B., "87 . Olmsted, J. F ., '84. *Overfield, J. L. , ' 55 . • Pardee, ·o. W., '40. P a rks , S. H ., '8 2 . P a ine, J., '92. P a ine, 0 . T ., '96 . *Paine, R. T ., '32. *Payne,]. W., '61. *Peake. C. F., '42. Peck, C. C., '01. Peck, T. M., ' 0. *Peck, W. E ., '7 1. *Perkins, L . H., '34. Peters, G. E., '50. Peugnet, L. D., '93. *Phelps, J. S., '32.~ P otter, Louis, '96. *Proctor, C. H. , '73. Quick, G. A., '94. Quick, J. H ., '98. Quick, J. H . S .. '58. Quick, W . F .. '92 . Richardson , L. W ., '73. Richardson , R. D. , '71 . *Ripley, P ., '47. *Robertson, J. A., '54. Rodgers, G. W ., '87. Rodgers, R. E . L., '87. *Rogers, R. C., '45. Rowland, E ., ' 57. *Sargent, G. D., '51. Sawyer, J. L ., '50. Scott, E. G., '57. *Scudder, C. D., '75. &udder, E . M. , '77. *Scudder, H . ]., ' 46. Scudder, H., '91. *Scudder, T., ' 54.

Scudder, W , ' 9 . Sedgwick , W. R., '84. Sha nn on, J. W. , '87. *Sherman, H . B., '3 . Sherman, H. l\I. , ' 77. *Sherwood, W. B., '36 . *Shipman, P . \V ., '8 2. Short, W . B., '67. *Singleta ry , G. E. B., '49 . Skinner, W. C., '76. Small , E . F ., ' 74. *Smith, C. II., '3 6. Smith , J. H. , '7+. *Smyth, J. W. , '5 2. Sta rr, J., '56 . *Starr, S., ' 29. Steelman, R. S., '63 . *Stirling, W. H., '-!--!. *Stone, J. A., '44. Stone, L . H. , 'H 7. *Sto ughton, N. C., '3 8 . *Sumner, A. E ., '6 1. Sutton , E. B., '76. Tay lo r, C. E ., '9 2. *Taylo r, F . L ., '43. Taylor, H. E. , '9 6 . *Taylor, W . F. , '44. *Terry, C. E., '5 1. *Thomas, E . H ., '41. Thompson, H . W., '83. *Todd , C.]. , '55. T olles, W. A., '4 6. *Tracey, W. D., '42. *Tracey, J. R., '39. *Tudor, H . B., '50 . Turner, J. H ., '38. *Va nZa ndt, C. C., '51. *VanZandt, W ., '29. *Va rley, C. D., '4 1. Wainwright, F. C., 'R8 . Wainwright,}. M. , '95. *Wainwrig ht, W. A. M ., ' 64. *Wait, J. T ., '35. \Varner, L . F. ,', i>. ' Warren, E. I. ,' 0 . \Varren, G. T ., '90. 49


Warren, J. M ., '3 2. *Warren, W . H ., '34. Warren , W . H., ' 90. *Waring, C. M., '36. Washburn, L. C., ' 1. *Way, J. A. , ' 37. *Webb, E . C., '75. *Webb, W . E ., '40. Webb, W. W ., '8 2. Welch, L . E., ' 6. White, J. G., '54.

White, R. A. , '81. Wiggin , A. H., '68. Will a rd , D., '95. *Wolcott, F . H., '86. *Wolcott, S. G., '47. *Wood, H . S. , '71. Woodbury , T . C., '71. Woodward, G. A., ' 55 . Woodworth , F . A., '80 . Wright, A. E ., '89. Wright, M . R. , '9 1.

* Deceased.

50


tb~ frat~rnttv

&

or

Delta Psi,

&

Founded in 1847,

Jlt £oiumbia £oll~g~ ana Uni\l~rsttv of n~w ¥ork.

'ROll Of ebaptns. ALPllA ,

Columbia College.

DELTA,

Univ ersity of Pennsylvania.

EPSILON,

Tt·inity College.

LA~IUDA ,

P hi, UPSILON ,

Williams College. Uui versity of M ississippi . Uni ,·ersity of Virginia.

SIGMA,

Sheffield Scientific School of Yal e University.

TAU,

M assachllsetts Institllte of Technology.

51


THOMAS McLEAN. ROBERT HABERSHAM COLEMAN. AUBREY DARRELL VIBBERT. WILLIAM HANMER EATON. EDWARD SAVAGE DOBBI '路 CRANSTON BRENTON. MONROE GLEASON HAIGHT. WILLIAM CAMERON HILL. JOHN KAY CLEMENT. SAMUEL WILLIAM COO S. MARTIN WITHINGTO

CLEMENT.

CHARLES HATHERN WHEELER. JAMES MOSGROVE HUDSO . PHILIP LOCKWOOD BARTON. ALFRED BURNETT QUAILE. JOH

HENRY MAGI NIS.

53


*Cenas, B. C., '56. Chapin , F. W., '79. Ch:1pin , W. V. , '78. Chapman, T. B ., '80. CheeYer,]. D., Jr., '81. Clark , ]. \V., '63. *Clemson, T. G., '56. Clifford, S. W., '68. Cly de, W . P . , '62. Coleman, R . H. , ' 77. Comfort, B. F., '89. Cookson, F . M ., ' 61. *Co xe, J. r ., '55. Cra ne, R. M ., '55. *Cu,路tts , F. R., ' 0. Curtis, G. M ., '80. Curtis, R. H., '68. Curtis, W . E., '75. *Darrell, A. S., '59. *Dayton, W. B., '56. Deal,]. A., '72. DeFo rest,]. G., '82. DeRossett, A. L., '62. *DeRossett, E. S., '64 . Devendorf, G. S., '55. DuBois, G. M ., '74. DuBois, H. 0 ., '76. Edson , S ., '55. Edwards, A. N., '76. Elbert, W. N. , '79. Ellis, A. L., '98. Elton. J . P .. '88. Elwell, G. E., '70. Finch, E. B ., '91. Fisher, T. R., '62. FitzGerald, F., '89. Fordney, T. P., '62. Fuller, J. R., '70. *Fuller, S. G., '58.

Allen, E . . , '94. Allyn , A. W., '61. Appleton, C. A., ' 82. Appleton, E. D., ' 80. Appleton , H. C., '85. Arundel, W. B. Von H., 1900. Atkinson, J. G., '64. Austin, W. M., '98. Bacon,]. R ., '92. Balch, F. A., ' 98. Baldwin , F. T ., 1900. Barnwell , R. W., '72. *Barnwell, S. E., '72. Barton , C. C., '69. Ba rton, C. C., Jr., '93. *Beckwith, C. l\I., 8. Beers, G. E ., ' 6. Benedict, L. LeG., '88. Bibb, W. A., '75. Blackwell, J., Jr., '66. Bliss, G. H , '64. Bohlen, D. l\1., '82 . Bowen, A., ' 63. Brainerd,]. B., '82. Brandegee, J. E ., '74. *Brandegee, L. C., '77. Breckenridge, A. E., '70. *Breese, H. L., ' 57. Brigham, H. H., ' 76. *Brown, T . M. , '64. *Buckingham, \V. B., '69. Bulkeley, J . C ., ' 93. Bulkeley, W. E. A., '90. Burke, E. F., '95. Burr, W. H., '78. Butler, W., '58. Cady,]. C., ' 60. Camman, E. C. , '96. *Carter, C. L., '54. 54


Fuller, S. R, '70. Gardner, C. H., '70. ;Gibson, B.S., '69. *Glazier, T. C., '60. Goldthwaite, A. C., '99. Goodspeed , J. H., '66. *Goodwin, G. H., '62. Graham, C. M., '50. Grannis, F. 0., '73. Greene, J. H., '91. Haight, F. E., '87. Hall, A. C., '88. Hall, C. L., '92. Hall, F. DeP., '78. Hallett, W. T., '62. Harding, N., '73. Jian-aden, F. S., 'G7. Harris, W. R., '58. *Hartshorne, E. l\1., '56. Hayden, R. C., '93. Hazelhurst, G. A., '79. Henderson, E. F., '82. Hendrie, G. T., '97. Hendrie, S., '87. Hill, G. H., '9 1. *Hill, W. C., '93. Hitchings, H. B., '54. *Hoffman, C. F., '51. Hoisington, F. R, '91. Holbrooke, G. 0., '69. Holbrooke, S., '67. Hotchin, S. F., '56. Hull, A. S., '66. Ingersoll. G. P., '83. *Jardine, H. D., '68. Jarvis, S. F., Jr., '89. Jennings, A. B., '61. Kane, G., '75. *Kerr, E. L., '55. *J(irby, J. W., '65. Knoblock, A. F., '55. *Lamson, W., '56. Lawrence, C. V., '56 *Leacock, J. H., '58. Lewis, C. A., '93. *Lewis, E. B., '65.

Lewis, E. G., '92. *Lew is, J. I., '62. Lewis, J. W., '93. Lewis, S. S., '61. *Lewis, T. C., '71. Lewis, W. H., '65. Lincoln, F. T., '76. Lincoln, G. W., '75. Macauley, G. T., '90. l\Iacauley, R. II., '95. *Mackay, W. R., '67. l\Iartindale, H. S. , '79. McClory, H., '51. McCullough, D. H., '73. McCook, E. McP., '90. McCough, H. G., '75. McLean, T., '75. Miller, H., '80. *Miller, P. S., '64. ).tiller, S. T., '85. *Mines, F. S., '64. *Mines, J . F., '54. Morgan, B. T., '61. Morse, J F ., '66. Murray, A. S., Jr., '71. l\1urray, F. W., Yale, '77. l\1urray, R., '73. Nelson, R. H., 'RO. Nichols, G. G., '67. *Norris, E. C., '61. Norris, H., '63. *Norton, F. L., '68. Nott, R. H., '71. Orton, W. 0., '92. Owen, F. W., ' :1,. Padgett, P., '76. *Palmer, C. C., '51. Parker, B., '93. Parker, R. P., '94. Parsons, H., '83. Parsons, J. R., Jr., '81. Parsons, W. W., '96. Parsons, E., '96. Pattison, G. B., '81. Paxon, H. C., '51. Pearce, J. S., '62. 55


Strong, J. R., '82. Sumner, C. A., '56. Swenson, E. P., '75. Swenson, S. A. '81. Talcott, A. B., '90. Talcott, C. H., '91. Thompson, H. R. , '87. Thompson, S. C., '72. Thorne, N. D., '71. Thorne, R., '85. Totten, C. A. L., '69. Trowbridge, C. C., '92. Trowbridge, S. P. B., '83. *Underhill, G. B., '73. VanZile, E. S., '84. Vibbert, H. C., '68. Vibbert, W. H., ' 58. Vibbert. W. W., '94. Wanzer, C., '66. Waterman, L., '71. Waters, G. S., '87. *Watson, W. C., '63. Watts, E. B., '73. *Weeks, R. D., '93. Welsh, R. F., '95. Whistler, W. G. MeN., '57. *White, F. W., '78. Wilcox, F. L., '80. Wilcox, E. P., '80. *Wildman, T. G., '57. Williams, C. C., '71. Williams, C. G., '80. Wilson, W. C. D., '93. Wihnerding, H., ' 1. Winkley, R. L., '79. Woodin, W. R., '58. Woodn1ff, E. H., '82. Wright, G. E., '74. Young, A.M., '82.

Pearce, R. , '93. Peck, B. D., '96. *Peck, D. L., '62. Perkins, G. E., '81. *Pierce, H. H., '58. *Pinckney, F. S., '62. Platt, Chas., Jr., '75. Platt, Clayton, '74. *Platt, W. A., '75. Potter, A. H., '92. Read, H. P., '8-!-. *Roosevelt, F., '83. Russell, F. G., '80. Russell, I. D., '92. Russell, H ., '84. Rutherford , H. V., '76. Schulte, E. D. N., '97. Schultt>, H. von W., '97. Scott, H. B., '78. Scudder, J. A., '97. Sheldon, W. C., Jr., '82. *Shreve, W. I., '83. Sibley, A. S., '92. Sibley, M. 1., '97. Smallwood, S. B., '63. *Smith, H. S., '62. *Smith , I. S., '64. Smith, I. T., '91. Smith, R. H., '6!). Smith, W. G. W., '71. Stark, B., Jr., '79. Stark, W. hl., '75. *Stedman , T. W., '74. *Steele, H. D., '51. Sterling, E. K., '99. *Stevens, S., '65. *Stillwell, R. M., '70. Strawbridge, J., '95. Strong, C. M., '64. *De-ceased.

56


th¢ J=rat¢rnity of

Alpha Delta Phi, Founded in 1832,

Jft Hamilton eoll¢g¢. "Roll of Ebaptus. HAMILTON,

Hamilton College,

1832

COLUMlllA,

Columbia College,

YALE,

Yale University,

AMHERST,

Amherst College,

1836 1837 1837 1837 1837 1841

BnuNONIAx,

Brown

HARVARD,

Harvard University,

niversity,

HUDSON,

Western Reserve University,

BowDOIN,

Bowdoin College,

DARTMOUTH,

Dartmouth College,

PENINSULAR,

University of Michigan,

ROCHESTER,

University of Rochester,

1841 1845 1846 1850 1851 1855

\VILLIAMS,

Williams College,

l\1ANHATTAN,

College of the City of

1\{IODLETOWN,

Wesleyan University,

1856

KENYON,

Kenyon College,

UNION,.

Union College,

1858 1859 1869 1877 1889 1892

ew York,

CORNELL,

Cornell University,

PHI KAPPA,

Trinity College,

JoHN HOPKINS, MINNESOTA,

Johns Hopkins University,

TORONTO,

Toronto University,

1~93

CHICAGO,

University of Chicago,

MAGILL,

l\iagill Uuiversity,

1896 1897

University of Minnesota,

57


Cb~

Pbi Rappa

拢bapt~r.

Jlctio~ m~mbns.

'99 路 CHARLES BAKER HEDRICK .

BRYAN Kn. LIKELLY MORSE.

ELTON GAROJNER LnvrELL.

ADRIAN l-JOLMES ONDERDONK. ERNEST ALBERT Rrcu.

I900. RODERICK HARRISON Fox.

HASLETT MCKIM GLAZEBROOK.

JAMES WATSON BRAOIN, Jr.

DAVJO Lours ScHWARTZ. I-lAnnv AncllER HorwoR.

T90I. WILLIAM PURNELL BROWN.

JAMES MERRYMAN WALKER.

AUGUSTUS TALCO'M'

WYNKOOP.

T902. HEllBEnT S 路r' ANLEY BRADFIELD.

FRED RAYMOND CLAPP.

RICHARD NICKS WEIBEL.

HOWARD RUSSELL WHITE.

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Hon. EDWARD B. BENNETT, Yale, ' 66. PERCY S. BRYANT, Phi Kappa, '70. CHARLES H. BUNCE, Yale, '60. GEORGE F. CADY, Wesleyan, '69. FRANK W. CHENEY, Brunonian, '54. GEORGE H . DAY, Geneva, '73. ROBERT E. DAY, Yale, ' 52. HoRACE S. FULLER, M.D., Amherst, '58. ARTHUR R. GILLE'l'T, Amherst, '80. MAITLAND GRIGGS, Yale, '96. CHARLES E. GRoss, Yale, '69. E. H. HAMMOND, Wesleyan, '88. PANETT M. HASTINGS, M.D., Hamilton, '39. EDWARD B. HATCH, Phi Kappa, '86. FREDERICK VAN H. HUDSON, Dartmouth, ' 60. Rev. }OHN T. HUNTINGTON, Phi Kappa, '50. ALVIN P. HYDE, Yale, '45. EDWARD P. KELLEY, Amherst, '90. SOLON C. KELLEY, Amherst, '92. L. P. WALDO MARVIN, Yale, '92 . LEONARD MORSE, Amherst, '71. Rev. TH OMAS R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D., Phi Kappa, '41. W. H. C. PYNCIION, Phi Kappa, '90. ROBERT WELLS ROOT, Williams, '96. RoBERT H. ScuuTZ, Phi Kappa, '89. Hon. NATHANIEL SIIIPMAN, Yale, '48. Hon. GEOIIGE G. SILL, YaJe, '52. Rev. CHARLES C. STEARNS, Yale, '72. C. M. STEARNS, Johns Hopkins, '98. Rev. SAMUEL M. STILES, Middletown, '60. SAMUEL B. S-r. }OHN, M.D., Yale, '66. MELANCTHON STORRS, M.D., Yale, '52. HENRY E. TAINTOR, Yale, '65. DAVID VAN Sc11 AACK, Phi Kappa, '91. Prof. WILLISTON WALKER, Amherst, '83.

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Allen, H. W., '97. Almy, S., '92. Andrews, R., '53. Applegate, 0., Jr., '87. Armstrong, D. M ., '58. Barber, W. W ., '88. Barto, R. V., '82. Beecroft, E. C., '97. Bellinger, E . B., '72. Bixby, R. F., '70. Blackmer, W. C., '78. Boardman, W. H., '85. Boardman, W. J., '54. Booth, T. R., '52. Bowie, C. L., '93. Bowman, J. P. , '53. *Brainar d, E. W ., '42. Brainard, J., '51. Brainard, J. M., '84. Briscoe,]., Jr., '95 . Brownell, H. B., 'SR. Bryan, W ., '75 . Bryant, P. S, '70. *Bulkeley, C. E ., '56. Buxton, J. B., '72. Buxton, J. C., '73. Cameron, J. I. H., '79. Cameron, L., '86. *Capron, A., '45. Cary, H. A., '93 . Carter, B. M., '82. Carter, C. H., '82. Carter, G. C., '87. Carter,]. R., '83. Carter, J. S., '98. Carter, L. A., '93. Carter, S., '94. Chase, F., '52. Cheritr ee, T . L., '90. Cheshire, J. B., Jr., '69.

Pbi Rappa

ÂŁbapt~r.

*Chipman, G. C., '45. *Chipman, G. S., '78. Chrystie, T. M. L., '65. Church, S. P ., '41. *Churchman, C., '93. Churchman, E. G., '95 . Clark, A. F., '75. *Codman, A., '85 . Coe, G. J., '74. Coit, C. W ., ' 82. Coleman, G. P. , '90. *Conklin, H. H., '38. Cook, P., '98. Cooke, G. L., '70. " Cooke, 0. D., '44. Cowl, M. L ., '83. Crane, T., '45. Crocker, H. D., '84. *Crosby, D. G., '51. Cullen, J., Jr., '93. Curtiss, H. C., '81. DaYenport, J. S., '98. *Dickinson, E. L., '93. Dingwall, E. A., '92. Dingwall, H. R., '95. Drane, H. M., '52. Dyett, W. F ., '96. Elliott, J. H., '72. Fisher, R., '56. Flagg, E. 0., '48. Flagg, J. B., '46. *Flower, S., '45. Foot, E. H., '78. *Foote, C. E., '76. Freeland, C. W., '81. *Fuller, F. B., '92. *Geer, G. J., '42. Gilmore, A. P., '74. Goodv.~n, J., '86. Goodwin, W. B., '88 .

61


*Goodwyn, W. S., '38. Gordon, T. H., '71. Graham, H. C., '61. Graham, J., '72. Grinnell, H., '97. Griswold, B. H., '66. Hager, W. C., '79. Hall, G. R., '42. Hamlin, A. C., '87. Hamlin, E. P., '95. Hamlin, G. N., '91. Harding, A., '79. Hatch, E. B., '86. Hays, J. McC., '86. Hays, W. W. , '58. Hazelhurst, G. B., '77. *Heath, J. F., '38. Henshaw, C. H., '53. Reister, I., '76. *Hills, G. M., '47. Hills, J. D., '78. Hills, G. H., '84. Hills, R., '84. Holcomb, B. T., '59. Holley, W. W., '61. *Hooff, J. L., '46. Hooker, S. D., '77. Hooper, G. G., '66. Howell, G. D., '82. *Hubbell,]. H., '56. *Humphrey, G. F., 'R5. Hunter, C., '78. Huntington, G. S., '81. *Huntington, H. K ., '67. Huntington, J. T., '50. *Huntington, J. W., ', 3. Huntington, R. W., '64. Huntington, H., '84. Huske, J., '77. Hutchins, R. H., '90. Ide, H. G., '94. Ingersoll, C. M., '39. *Ives, A. M., '56. *Jacobs, E. C., '55. *James, C., '61. Jarvis, R. W. H., '4

*Jewett, P. A., '37. *Kennedy, F., '68. Kerner, H. S., '99. Kidder, H., '92. *Kirtland, J., '70. *Kneeland, G., '80. Kurtz, C. M., ' 3. Kurtz, J. E., '77. Lampson, E. R., Jr., '91. Langford, A. M., '97. Langford, W. S., Jr., '96. Lt'aver, H. K., '89. Littell, J. S., '90. Littell , S. H., '95. Lockwood, L. V., '93. Lyman, A. J., '78. McGann, J . M., '95. Maddox, W. T., '59. *Mallett, W. P., '40. Middlebrook, L N., '48. Moore, J . A. , '97. Mock, L. C., '48. Morgan, W. F., '88 . Morrison, P. B., '94. *Morss, J. R., '4 7. Newton, E. P., '81. â&#x20AC;˘Norton, G. H., '75. 'Olmstead, H., '42. Page,]. I-I.,Jr., '97. Palmer, N., '45. Peabody, F. B., '45. Perry, J. B., '72. *Perryman, E. G., '55. â&#x20AC;˘Peters, W. C., '4-8. *Pitts, C. H ., '65. Plumb, J. F., '91. Plumer, L. l\J., '74. Plumer, S., Jr., '97. Porter, T. A., '76. Potts, F . H., '68. Prescott, 0. S., '44. Preston, J. A., '55. Putnam, VI/. T., 'SR. Pynchon, T. R., '41. Pynchon, W. H. C., '90. *Randall, E. D., '92. 62


Reynolds, L. G., '98. Richardson, F. W., '84. *Sartwelle, W. D., '75. Schiitz, R. H., '89. Schiitz, W. S., '94. Sennett, L. F., '89. Sistare, C. G., '47. *Smith, P., '90. Smyth, J. D., '74. Snow, A. H., '79. Snyder, E., '72. Starr, R. S., '97. Stimson, L. B., '48. Stewart, G. T., '78. St~wart, W. J. S. , '88. Stone, M., '80. *Stone, S ., '80. *Storm, C., '39. Sullivan, F. R ., '66. Thunnan, A. W., '67.

Tracy, E., '55. Twitchell, D. B., Yale, '98. *Vanderpoel, A. J\.f., '89. Van Schaack, D., '91. Wadsworth, L. F., '44. Warner, A. J., '42. Warner, D. T ., '72. Warner, M. C., '8 . Washburn, P. C., '96. Watson, S. N., '82. Wesley, P. R. , '94. Whaley, P. H., '74. Wheaton, C., '49. Whitlock, H. R., '70. *Williams, E. W., '53. *Williams, J. H., '54. Wilson, G. H., '93. Woodruff, F. D., ' 3. *Yale. H. A., '46.

*Deceased .

63


tb¢ Jrat¢rnity of ~ Delta Kappa Epsilon, ~ Founded in 1844,

Jlt Yal¢ Uniu¢rsity . .;Jf.

.;Jf.

]{Oil Of £bapt¢rS. PHI, THETA,

XT, SIGMA, GA~I~JA,

Psi, UPSILON, CHI, BETA, ETA, KAPPA, LAMBDA, PI, IOTA, ALPHA ALPHA, OM tenoN, EPSILON,

Rno, TAU,

Mu, Nu, BETA PHl,

Pm Cm, PSI PHI, GAMMA PHI, Psi OMEGA, BETA CHI, DELTA CHI, DELTA DELTA, PHI GAMMA, GAMMA BETA, THETA ZETA, ALPHA CHI, PHI EPSILON, SIGMA TAU, ALPHA PHI, TAU LAMBDA,

Yale University, Bowdoin College, Colby University, Amherst College, Vanderbilt University, University of Alabama, Brown University, University of Mississippi, University of North Carolina, University of Virginia, Miami Univet·sity, Kenyon College, Dartmouth College, Central University, Middlebury College, niversity of Michigan, Williams College, Lafayette College, Hamilton College, Colgate University, College of the City ofNew York, University of Rochester, Rutgers College, De Panw University, Wesleyan University, Rennsela~r Polytechnjc Institute, Adelbert College, Cornell University, University of Chicago, Syracuse UniYersity, Columbia College, University of California, Trinity College, University of Minnesota, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Unh·ersity of Toronto, Tulane University, 64

1844 1 44 1845 1846 188!) 1847 1 8 30 1850 1 51 1 52 1852 1 53 1853 1854 1855 1855 1855 1856 1856 1 56 1 56 1861 1866 1867 1867 1868 1870 1870 1881 1874 1876 1879 1889 1890 1898 189


Cb~

Jllpba £bi

£bapt~r.

REUEL ALLAN BENSON. THOMAS PROSSOR BROWNE, JR. LUTHER HAROLD BURT. NATHA IEL JULIUS CABLE. THEODORE GRAFTON CASE. JOHN DAULBY EVANS. HENRY TOWNES FORRESTER. FRANK HALSEY FOSS. ·wiLLIAM JOT-IN McNEIL. CHARLES HENRY STRONG. SIMON LEWIS TOi\ILINSON. ARTHUR HE RY WEED. WILLIAM PARKER WHARTON. REGlNALD NORTON WILLCOX. HLTGH DEMPSTER WILSON, JR.

65


Cb~ £onn~cticut

Jllumni Jlssociation of Ddta )\aJ)pa €J)Silon rrat~rnity.

tb~

Offlc~rs. President-Col. JACOB L. GREENE, Michigan. '61. Secretary a nd Treasurer-CHARLES P. CoOLEY, Yale, '91. m~mb~rs. The four hundred Alumni of the Fraternity in the State of Connecticut.

;:ratru In Alden, H. W., ::'11. I. T., '93. Ayres, W . A., Yale, '64. Bacon, Dr. W. T., Yale, '68. Baldwin, H. S., M. I. T., '96. Beardsley, E. R., Yale, ' 79 . 11ooth, T . B. , M. I. T., '95. *Bull, C. W., Yale, '63. Calkins, F. H., C. C. N.Y., '80. Camp, J. S., Wesleyan, '78. Case, Hon. W. C., Yale, '57. Clark, C. H., Ya le, '7 1. Collins, A., Yale, '73. Conant, G. A., Amherst, '78 . Cone, J. B., Yale, '57. Cooley, C. P., Ya le, ' 91. Coolt•y, F. R., Yale, '86. Day. A. P. , Yale, '90. Davis, F . W., Yale, '77. Forrest, C. R. , Yale, '65. F reeman , H. B., Yale, '62. Freeman, H. B., Jr., Yale, '92. Graves, ]. A., Yale, ' 72.

Urb~. Greene, J. L., Michigan, '61. H owe, D. R., Yale, '74. Hyde, F. E., Yale, '79. Hyde, W . W ., Yale, '76. Ingalls, Dr. P. H., Bowdoin, '77. *Leach, J. A., Wesleyan. '93. Matson, W. L ., Yale, '62. P a rker, Rev. E . P., Bowdoin, '56. Pattison, Rev. Harold, Rochester, '92. Portt>r, J. A., Yale, '78. Pratt, W. W. , Adelbert, '85. Prentice, Hon. S. 0., Yale, '73. Robbins , E. D., Yale, '74. Ryce, L. C. , Yale, '86 . Starr, Dr. P. S., Ya le, '60. St. John, W. H., Yale, '9 1. Tay lor, J . M ., Williams, '67. Tucker, J.D., Yale, '61. Way, C. L. , Yale,' 5. Welch , A. A., Ya le, '82. Williams, Rev. H. D. , Amherst, '91.

• Deceased.

66


Oraduat~ m~mb~rs

of tb~ Jllpba £bi

Anderson, Alexander Hopkins, '87. Barrows, John Chester, '80. Barrows, William Stanley, '84. Bartholomew, Dana Wightman, '97. Baxter, Irving Knott, Ex '99. Bates, Robert Peck, '93. Benton, William Lane Hall, '89. 'Bidwell, Lawson Brewer, '80. *Bidwell, Walter Davison, '8 1. Birdsall, Paul, '86. *Bishop, Nelson Howard, '92. Black, Harry Campbell, '80. Bowie, William, '93. Brewer, Seabury Doane, '82. Brooks, Roe! if Hasbrouck, Ex 1900. Burchard, John Dixon, Ex 1900. Brown, George Israel, '88 . Burnham, John Bird, '91. Burton, Richard Eugene, '83. Cartwright, Morgan Rouse, '98. Chapman. Thomas Bion, '83. Cole, Marc Wheeler, '97. *Cook, Charles Smith, '81. Coster, .1artyn Kerfoot, '87. Coster, William Hooper, '91. Cqster, Charles Calvert, '97. Cowles, Arthur Woodruff, '81. Crabtree, Albert, '92. Danker, Walton Stoutenburg, '97. *Daucbey, Nathan Follin, '85. Davis, Cameron Josiah, '94. Deuel, Charles Ephraim , '87. Eastman, Roger Charles, '88. Fleming, David Law, '80. French , George Herbert, '92. *Goodrich, William Sloo, '82. Graff, Henry Addison, '86. Grint, Alfred Poole, '81. Griswold, Clifford Standish, '90. Hall, Gordon, '92. Hamilton, Charles Anderson, '82. Hammond, Otis Grant, '92. Holden, Seaver Milton, '82. Hopkins, Louis Albert, '97. Horne, Charles Albert, '93. Hubbard, William Stimpson, '88. Humphries, Harry Richard, '94.

£bapt~r.

Jewett, David Baldwin, Ex 1 900. Johnson, Charles Amos, '9 2. Johns on, Edwin Comstock, 2d, '88. Johnson, Frederick Foote, '94. Leaf, Edward Bowman, '85. Lecour, Joseph Henry, '98. Leonard, Loyal Lovejoy, '96. Linsley, Arthur Beach, '82. Loomis, Hiram Benjamin, '85. Lord, James Watson, '98. Loveridge, Henry Clarence, '80. Lund, Frederick Albert, Ex '99. Mead, Ralph Cutler, Ex '99. Mitchell, Samuel Smith, '85. McCulloch, William Hugh, '9 1. Olcott, William Tyler, '96. Pedersen, Victor Cox, '91. Penrose, John Jesse, Jr. , '95. Plimpton, Howard Daniel, '97. Purdy, Charles Edward, '88. Ramsdell, Julian Elroy, '9 2. Reese, Ward Winters, '95. l<eil a nd , Carl George, '97. Reineman, Adolph William, '81. Reineman, Robert Theodore, '83. Remington, Charles Hazard, '89. Rogers, WellingtonJames, '80. Smart, John Harrow, '95. !Smith, Joseph Sewall, Jr., '94. *Smith, Oliver Alcott, '94 Stockton, Elias Boudinot, '91. Stoddard, Solomon, '94. Strong, Albert William, '94. Stuart, Albert Rhett , Jr., '88. Stuart, William Clarkson, '88. Thurston, Theodore Payne, '91. Walker, William Dundas, '82. Waters, Charles Thomas, '87. Weed, Charles Frederick, '94. Wheeler, Francis Melville, '83. Wildman, Walter Beardslee, '98. Williams, Francis Goodwin, '89. Wright, Arthur Henry, '83. Wright, Boardman, '89. · Wright, George Herman, '91. Wright, William George, '91. \<\' right, Frederick Amaziah, '94.

*Deceased.

67


tbt frattrnttv of

Phi Gamma Delta, Founded in 1 48,

Jlt wasbington ana jtfftrson eontgt. ~ ~

"Roll or Pr Jo·rA, ALPHA CHr, CHI, TAU ALPHA, Nu DEUTERON, THETA Psr,. KAPPA Nu,. OMEGA, UPSILON, Nu EPSILON, BETA, . SIGMA DEUTERON, BETA CHI, Xr, DELTA,

Pr,

.

ALPHA, GAMMA Pa r, BETA Mu, . OMICRON, ZETA DEUTERON, DELTA DEUTERON, BETA DEUTERON,

Rao Cm, . EPSILON, OMICRON DEUTERON, . RHO DEUTERON, . THETA DEUTERON, . SrGMA,. LAMBDA DEUTERON, .

Mu, M SIGMA, ZETA, . LAMBDA, Psr, TAU, ALPHA DEUTERON, GAMMA DEUTERON, KAPPA TAu, PI DEUTERON, ZETA PBr, . DELTA Xr, . LAMBDA SIGMA, . C'H! IOTA, PI DELTA, •

fbapt~rs

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Amherst College, Union College, Trinity College, Yale University, . Colgate University, Cornell University, . . . Columbia Colle~e, . . . College of the Ctty of New York, New York Universitv,. . University of Pennsylvania, Lafayette College, Lehigh niversity, Pennsylvania College, Bucknell University, . Allegheny College, . . Washington and Jefferson College, Pennsylvania State College, Johns-Hopkins University, University of Virginia, Washington and Lee College, Hampden-Sidney College, . Roanoke College, . . Richmond College, . . University of North Carolina, Ohio State University, Wooster LTniversity, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wittenberg College, Denison University, . University of Wisconsin, University of Minnesota, Indiana University, . DePauw University, . Wabash College, . Hanover College, . Illinois Wesleyan University, Knox College, University of Tennessee, Kansas University, William Jewell College, University of California, . Leland Stanford University, University of TI!inois, . University of ebraska, 68

1891 1893 1893 1893 1875 188 1888 1866 1865 1892 1882 1883 1 86 1 58 1882 1 60 1848 1888 1891 1859 1868 1870 1866 1 90 1 51 1 7 1882 1868 1884 1 85 1 92 1 90

171 1856 1866 1864 1866 1866 1890 1881 1886 1 81 1891 1897

1 98


£bapt~r.

tau Jllpba

'99· CLARENCE ALEXANDER SMITH.

RAYMOND SANFORD YEOMANS.

1<)02. IIAHOLD SIMEON BACKUS.

JACOB ALEXANDER LAUBENSTEIN .

6raduat~ m~mb~rs CnARLES]UDD,

'93.

Of tau Jllpba

£bapt~r.

CHARLES ANDREW MONAGHAN,

WILLIAM EVGENE CONKLIN,

'93.

LOUIS IsAAC BELDEN,

MADISON BROWN BORDLEY,

'95.

SAMUEL WILKINSON MAG IRE,

FRANK RAYMOND YOUNG,

'95.

'96.

GEORGE FRANCIS LANGDON, JOSEPH HENRY BUELL,

'97.

PERCIVAL SARGENT SMITHE, ORMAN MILO LOOMIS, Ex

'96.

'96.

LEROY KILBOURN HAGENOW, PERCIVAL MATSON WOOD,

'97.

SANFORD lRVL'<G BENTON,

'9

'96.

'97 . '97.

ALBERT DuMOND MERWIN, Ex

'9 .

CLIFFORD KNox WooD, Ex

'fratns In R. J. Clapp, Pi Iota, '93.

'95.

'95.

CHARLES HUBBELL STREET, }AMES WALTER GUNNING,

'96.

WILLIAM CuRTIS WHITE, JOSEPH DEVINE FLYNN,

ALFRED HALLET WEDGE,

'95.

ARTHUR FLETCHER MILLER,

'93.

'94.

'98.

1900.

Urb~.

Dr. Arthur B. Kellogg, Nu Epsilon, '90.

SamuelS. Hotchkiss, Nu Deuteron, '92. Kenneth E. Kellogg, Omega, '93. William E. Conklin, Tau Alpha, '93.

James \V. Gunning, Tau Alpha, '96.

Joseph D. Flynn, Tau Alpha, '97.

69


tb~

Jraurnitv of

Psi Upsilont Founded in 1R33,

Jlt Union

~oll~g~.

THETA,

Uni o n College.

DELTA,

New York Un iversity.

BETA,

Yale University.

S IGMA,

Brown University.

GAMMA,

Amherst College.

ZETA,

Dartmouth College.

LAMBDA,

Columbia College.

KAPPA,

Bowdoin College.

Ps1,

Hamilton College.

XI,

Wesleyan University.

UPSILON,

University of Rochester.

IOTA,

Kenyon College.

PHI,

Un iversity of fi chigan.

PI,

Syracuse University.

CEil,

Cornell University.

BETA BETA,

Trinity College.

ETA,

Lehigh University.

Tau,

University of Pennsylvania.

Mn.

University of Minnesota.

RHo,

University of Wisconsin.

OMEGA,

University of Chicago.

70


ROBERT BAYARD BELLAMY . SAMUEL WALDEN COOKE. DONALD SKELDING CORSON. JOHN HENRY KELSO DAVIS. REGINALD FISKE. HARRY DANIEL GREEN. EDWARD BRUCE GOODRICH. EDWARD GOODRIDGE, JR. FREDERICK CLARK INGALLS. WOOLSEY McALPINE JOHNSON. GEORGE TALLMAN KENDAL. ANSON THEODORE McCOOK. JOHN GILBERT MciLVAIN E. EDMUND SAWYER MERRIAM . JOHN WILLIAMS NICHOLS. WILLIAM MORSE NICHOLS. HAROLD HUNTINGTO r RUDD. McWALTER BERNARD EDWARD S TTO EDWIN PEMBERTON TAYLOR, JR . ARTHUR REGINALD VAN DE WATER . FRANCIS ELY WATERMAN. WILLIAM HARD!!'! WHEELER. ALLAN SHELDON WOODLE .

72


fratr¢s in Urb¢. James P. Andrews, Beta, '77.

Charles Shiras Morris, Beta Beta, '96.

Rt. Rev. Chauncey B. Brewster, Beta, '68.

John J. Nairn, Beta, ' 0.

John H. Buck, Beta, '91.

Francis Parsons, Beta, '93.

Hon. J ohn R. Buck, Xi, '62 .

Arthur Perkins, Beta, '87.

Clarendon C. Bulkely, Beta Beta, '75.

Edward L. Pollock, Beta, '84.

Philip D. Bunce, M.D., Beta, '88.

Rev. Wm. A. Richard, Xi, '84.

E. W. Capen, Gamma, '94.

Henry Roberts, Beta, '77.

William S. Case, Beta, '85.

Hon. Henry C. Robinson , LL.D., Beta, '53.

Albert St. Clair Cook, Beta, '89.

Henry S. Robinson, Beta, '89.

G. Pierrepont Davis, M. D., Beta, '66.

John T. Robinson, Beta, '93.

John C. Day, Beta, '57.

Lucius F. Robinson, Beta, '85.

Leonard A. Ellis, Beta Beta, '98.

E. F. Sanderson, Gamma, '96.

Chas. E. Fellowes, Beta, '56.

George H. Seyrus, Beta Beta, '72.

Rev. Prof. Henry Ferguson, Beta Beta, '68.

Henry P. Schauffier, Gamma, '93.

Samuel Ferguson, Beta Beta, '96.

Forrest Shepherd, Beta, '92.

George H. Gilman, Beta, '90.

Arthur L. Shipman, Beta, '86.

T. Welles Goodridge, Beta Beta, '92 .

Hon. Joseph H. Sprague, Alpha, '51.

Wilbur F. Gordy, Xi, '70.

Lewis E. Stanton, Beta, '55.

Hon.-Wm. Hamersley, LL.D., Beta Beta, '58. James U. Taintor, Beta, '66. Rev. Prof. Sam'l Hart, D. D., Beta Beta, '66.

Franklin H . Taylor, Pi, '84.

Hon. Joseph R. Hawley, LL.D., Psi, '47.

James R. Turnbull, Beta, '92.

R. W. Huntington, Beta, '89.

Rev. Joseph H. Twichell, Beta, '59.

Prof. Charles F. Johnson, Beta, '55.

Chas. Dudley Warner, L. H. D., Psi, '51.

Frank E. Johnson, Beta Beta, '84.

Edgar F. Waterman, Beta Beta, ' 98.

Rev. C. M. Lamson, D.D., Gamma, '64.

Lewis S. Welch, Beta, '89.

GeorgeS. McCook, Beta Beta, '97.

Charles G. Woodward, Beta Beta, '9

Prof. A. R. Merriam, Beta, '77.

P. Henry Woodward, Beta, '55. 73


6raduat~ m~mb~rs

of

tb~ B~ta B~ta £bapt~r.

*Alexander, H. \V., '57. Backus, B. E., '70. Bailey, M. K ., '79. Baldwin, L. B., '60. Ba rbour, H. M., '70. Barbour, H. G., '96. Bea rdsley, W. A., '87. *Beaupillier, A. L ., '56. *Beckwith, J. \V. , '52. •Benedict , S., '47. Benjamin, W. H., '57. *Betts, J. H., '44. Birckhea n, J. B., '94. *Birckhead, W. H ., '61. *Bishop, H. , '61. Bla ir, W. R., '75. Bolles, E. C., '55. *Bostwick, H. P., '46. *Bostwick, W . L ., '51. Bowdish, J . T ., '73. Bowles,J. H. , '60. Boylston, C. W., '7 Brady, R M cC., '90. Bredin, W. S., '80. Brevoort, E . R., '68. *Brewer, A. L., '53. *Bridge, J., '47. Brinley, G. 1\L, '8 Bronson, M ., '52. Broughton, C. DuB. , '95. *Brown, T. M., '50. Brown , J. E., '83. Brundage, R. B., '78. Buffington , J. , '75. Buffington , 0 ., '79. Bulkeley, E. B., '90. Bulkley, C. C., '75 . Bulkley, W. H ., '73.

Bull, F. S., '91. Bull, W. A., '91. *Bull , A. B., '59. Burgwin, G. C., '72. Burg win, J. II. K., '77. Burgwin , A. P., '<2. Burke, E. N., '76. Burrage, F. S., '95. *Cady, D. K., '55. Cammann, D. lVL, '72. Campbell, R. M., ' 7 8. Carpenter, C., ' 2. Ca rpenter, S. B., '73 . Carter, H. S. , '69. Chase, H. R., '72. Child, C. G., ' 6. Child, E. N., Jr. , '85. *Clark, G., '70. 'Clerc, C. M., '45. Clerc, F.]., '43. Coggesha ll, M. H. , '96. Coleman, C. S., ' 2. *Co llins, J. B . J. , '74. •colt, w. ., '44. Cotton, D. P., '71. Cotton, H . E., ' 74. Craik, C. E., '74. Cra wford , J. W. R., '88 . •crosby, W. L., '80. Cummins, A. G., '51. Cunningham, J. R., '85. *Dashiell, E. F., '46. •Dayton, M. B., ' 63. *Dewey, D. P ., '64. Dickerson , E. N.,Jr., '74. Dockray, E. L., '83. Douglas, G. W. , '7 1. Dougl a s, A. E., '89. 74


*Douglass, M., '46. Downes, L. W., '88. Drayton, W., '71. Dmmm, T. ]., '74-. *DuBois, J . C., '53. *Easton, G. C., '51. Edgerton, F . C., '94-. Edgerton, J. W., '94. Edmunds, C. C., Jr., '77. Ellis, L. A., '98. Elmer, W. T., '81. Elwyn, T. L., '92. 'Ely, J. F., '64. Emet-y, R., '51. Emery, W . S., '81. Everest, C. S., '71. Ferguson, E. M ., '59. Ferguson, H., '6 . *Ferguson, J.D., '31. *Ferguson, S., '57. Ferguson, W ., '63. Ferguson, W., Jr., '93. Ferguson, S., '96. Fiske, D. W., '00. Fiske, G. McC., '70. *Flower, Samuel, '4-5. Fogg, T. B ., '52. Fowler, F. H., '61. French, G. A., '89. French, L ., '53. Frye, P. H., '89. Gage, A. K., '96. Gage, W. H., '96. Gallaudet, E. M., '56. Gardiner, E. R., '56. George, J. F., '77. George,]. H., '72. George, T. M. N., '80. Giesy, S. H., '85. *Gilman, G. S., '4-7. Golden, I-1. L., '83. ~Goodrich, A. B., '52. Goodrich, J. B., '66. Goodridge, E., '60. *Goodridge, F., '57. Goodridge, T. W., '92.

Gould, C. Z., '82. *G reene. F. H., '82. Greene, G., '83 . ~G reen, V., '60. Greenley, H. T., '94-. Gregory, H. JVJ., '56. Gwinn, F. W., '72. *Hall, S., '54. Hamersley, \V., '58. ~ Harriman, F. D., '45. Harriman, F. ,V., ' 72. •Hart, G., '70. Hart, S., '66. Hartley, G. D., '93. Hayden, C. C., '66. • Hermann, S., '57. *Hewitt, S. G., '77. Hickox, G. A., '51. Hicks, G. C., ' 56. Hicks,]. M., '54. *Hicks, W. C., '4'. Hicks, \V. C., Jr., '91. Hicks, DeF., '96. *Hitchcock,\\'. A., '3-!. Hitchcock, W. H., '84. *Hoff, H., '82. Holway, 0 ., '80. Hubbard, E. K., Jr., '92. Hubbard, L. DeK., '93 Hudson, R., '71. *Hugg, G. W., '62. Hurd, A. D., '7i. *Hurd,]. D., '74-. Husband, C. H., '< 9. Hyde, E. l\l., '73. Hyde, F. B., '98. *Isbell, C. M., '63. •jackson, A., '60. *Jackson, \V. A., '83. Johnson, E. E., '59. Johnson, F. E., '84. Johnson, G. D., '54. *Johnson, S. W.,' 1. Johnson, F., '94. Johnson, \V. Mer\., '98. Jones, C. W. , '81.

75


Jones, E. P., Jr., '77. Jones, W. N., '88. *Kelley,J., '44. Kempe, E. A., ' 1.

Owen, H. C., '99. *Paddock, B. H., '48. *Paddock, J. A., '45. Paddock, L. S ., '50. Paddock, L. H ., '88. Paddock, R. L ., '94. Paris, I., Jr. , '76. Parker, C. P., '73. Parrish, H., '91. Pattison, A. E ., '80. Pelton, H . H., '93. Penfield, W. D., '62. *Pettitt, W. F., '46. Phillips, C. W., '71. *Polk, A. H., '53. *Pond, C. M., '58. Potwine, W. E., '79. Pressey, E . A., '92. Pressey, W., '90. *Preston, T. S., '43. Purdy, E. L., '84. *Purdy, S., '49. Raftery, 0. H., '73. Remsen, H. R., '9 . Rinehart, E. J., '76. Roberts, B. C., '95. *Roberts, W. J., '75. Robinson, E. W., '96. Rogers, L. W., '91. Rogers, W. E., '77. *Rudder, W., '48. Saltus, R. S., "92. Saltus, L ., '87. Sargeant, G. W., '90. Scarborough, J., '54. Scott, E. N., ' 9. *Scott,]. T., '91. Scott, W. G., '88. Sexton, T. B .. '60. Seymour, C. H., '52. Seyms, G. H., '72. Shaw, J. P. C., '71. Sherman, S., '50. Short, W. ., '83. Shreve, B. F. H., '78. Smith, C. B., '54.

Kennett, L. M., '70. Kissam, E. V. B., '69.

Kittredge, A. S., '57. Kloppenburg, H. W., '58. *Knickerbacker, D. B., '53. Kramer, F. F., '89. *Krumbhaar, W. B., '55. Lampher, L.A., ·so. Leffingwell, C. S., '54. Leffingwell, E. DeK., '95. Lewis, G. F., '77. Lindsley, C. A., '49. Lobdell, F. D., '85 . •Long, W., '43. Loveridge, D. E., '50. •Luther, R. M., '90. Mackay-Smith, A., '72. *Macklin, R. B., '58. Magill, G. E ., '84. Marshall, l\1. M., '63. Mather, W . G., '77. *McConihe, S., '56. McCook, P. J ., '95. McCook, G. S., '97. McCrackan, J . H.,' 2. N[cCrackan, W . D., 'R3. Mcivor, N. W., '82. Mears,]. E., '58. Morris, F., '64. Morris, B. W., Jr. , "93. *Mon-is, J. H., '45. Morris, C. S., '96. Mowe, W. R., '70. *Neely, A. D., '85. Neely, H. R., '84. Nichols, W. F ., '70. Niles, W. W., '57. Niles, E. C., ' 7. Niles, W. P., '93. Oberly, H. H., '65. Olmsted, C. T., '65. *Olmsted, H. K., '46. 76


*Tuttle, R. H., '46. Upson, A. I., '88. Valentine, W. A., '72. •Van Nostrand, C. A., '77. *Vincent, S. , '58. Wakefield , J. B., '46. Warner, B. E., '76. *Warren, S. B., '59. ·waterman, E. F ., ·gR. Webb, W. R., '78. Webster, L., '80. *Webster, W. H., '61. *Welles, H. T., '43. Welles, L. H., "64. \Yhitcome, F. B., '87. Whitney, H. E., '74. Williams, J., '90. Wilson, C. T., '77. *Wilson, D. B., '79. • ·winchester, S. F., '66. " Witherspoon, 0., '56. ·woodman, C. E., '73. Woodward, C. G., '9 . Worthington, E. W., '75. Yardley, T. H .. '92. Ziegler, P., '72.

*Spencer, W. G., '53. Stanley, G. M., '68. Stanley, J.D., '77. Stedman, T. L., '74. *Steele, 0. R., '53. *Sterling, J. C., '44. Stocking, C. H. W., '60. Stoddard, E. V., '60. Stoddard, J., '71. Storrs, L. K., '63. Stotsenberg, J. H., '50. Stout, J. K., '70. •studley, W. H ., '50. SuJiivan, E. T., '89. Syle, H. W., '67. yle, L. D., '79. Taylor, E. B., '73. Taylor, J . P., '43. Tibbitts, W. B., '61. Tibbitts, C. H., Jr., '87. Tingley, G. C., '52. Travers, E. S., '9 . *Tremaine, C. H. B. , '66. *Truby,]. M., '79. Tullidge, E. K., '76. Tuttle, R. G., '89.

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KARL FRA.-.;z FREDERICK KURTJI.

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1901. FRANK STEP II EN MOREHOUSE.

GEORGE GRAHAM 8URBANCK.

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1902. }AMES HENDERSON.

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KARL PHILIP MORBA.

THEOPHlLUS}OI-IN MINTON SYPBAX.

JOHN WHITE WALKER.

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83


6raduat~

and Honorary

Ackley, \V. N., '63. Alcorn, E. C., '74. Alling, S. H., '92. Andrews, C. M., '84 (h 1896). Andrews, S. J. (b 1867). Applegate, 0 .,' 7. *Ash, T. R., '64. Atwood, J. M., '49. Bacon, J. W., '46. Bailey, M. K., '79. Bakewell, J., '59. Barber, F. M., '91. Barbour, J. H., '73. Barrows, \V. S.,' 4. Barton, C. C., '69. Bates, J. M., '72. Bates, R. P., '93. Bates, W. H., '72. *Beardsley, E. E., '32 (h 1846). Beardsley, W. A., '87. Beers, G. E., '86. Belden, H. M., '8 . *Belden . N. M., '4 . Benedict, L. LeG., '88. *Benedict, S., '47. Benton, J. R., '97. Benton, R. A., '64. *Bidwell , L. B., '80. Birckhead, J. B., '9+. Black, H. C., '80. Bolles, E. C., '55. llowie, W., '93. Brainard, J., '51 (h 1856). Brainard, J. M., '84. Brewer, A. L., '53. *Bridge, J., '47. Brigham, H. H., '76. Brocklesby, A. K., '10. Brocklesby, J. H., '65. Brocklesby, W. C., '69. Bronson, M., '52. Broughton, C. D., '95.

m~mb~rs.

Brown, J. E., '83. *Brown, T. M., '50. Bt路yan, W., '75. Buffington,]., '75. Bulkley. W. H., '73. Burgwin, J. H. K., '77. Burrage, F. S., '95. Burton, R. E., '83 (h 1896). *Butler, C. M., "33 (h 1852). *Capron, A., '45. Carpenter, J. S., '79. Carter, G. C., '87. Chapin, W. V., '78. *Chapman, C. R., '47. Chase, F., '52. Chase, M. F .. '97. Cheshire, J. B .. '69 (h 1896). *Chipman. G. S., '78. *Clark, G. H. (h L 63). Clark, J. W., '63. Clerc, F.]., '43. Coit, C. W., '82. Coleman, C. S., '82. Coleman, G. P., '90. Collins, W. F., '93. *Colt, W. ., '44. Colton, C. (h 1~34). Conklin, W. E., '93. Conover, T. A., '90. Cooke, G. L., '70. Coster, .M. K., '87. *Cowling, R. 0., '61. Crabtree, A., '92. Crawford, J. W. R., '88. *Crosby, D. G., '51. Cummins, A. G., '51. *Curtis, F. R., '80. Curtis, R. W., '96. *Curtis, T. W. T. (h 1858). *Curtis, W. E., '43. *Cushing, J. T.,'37 (h 1845). Davies, \V. G., '60. 84


Davis, C . J .. ' 94. Dean, E. B., '93. Dickerson, E . M., '74. Dockray, E. L ., '83. Dougla s, G. W ., '71. Doug lass, A. E., '89. *Driggs, T. I., '48. DuBois, G. Mel., '74. DuBois, H. 0., '76. *Dyer, A., ' 70. Edm~mds , C. C., '77. Emery , R., '54. Evans, S. K., '95. *Everest, C. W., '38 (b 1848). Fairbairn, R. B., '40 (h 1845) . *Faxon, E ., '47. Fell, J. W ., '89. Ferguson, H., '68. *Ferguson, J. D., '51. Ferguson, S., '96. Fischer, C. L., '60. Fiske, G. McC., ' 70. *Flower, S., '45. Flynn, J. D., '97. Frye, P. H., '89. Gallagher, J. D., '95. Gallaudet, B. B., '80. Gallaudet , T ., '45 (b 1851) . George, T . M. N ., '80. Georg e, J. H., '72. *Giddings. G. W., '49. Gilbert, G. B., '96. *Gilman, G. S., '47. Goddard, F. l\1., '96. Golden, H . L., '83. Gordo n , T. H., '71. Gowen, F. C., '82. Gower, H. B., '49. Graham, J ., '72. *Gregg, D., '54. Greg ory, H. T ., ' 54. Grennell, J. S., (h 18 58). Griswold , C. S., '90. Gunning, J. W ., '96. *Hale, C. F., '47. Hall, G., ' 92.

*Hall, S., '54. Hallam, G. R., '59. Hamersley, W., '58 (h 1896). Hamilton, C. A., '82. Hamlin, G. E ., ' 95. Harding, A., '79. Harraden, F. S., '67. *Harriman, F. D., '45 (b 1896). Harrim a n, F. W ., '72. Hart, S., ' 66. Harwood, E. (h 1861). *Hawkes, W. W . (h 1861). Hayden, C. C., '66. *Haydn, T. L., '56. Henderson, E. F., '82. Hermann, S., '57. Hickox, G. A., '51. Hicks, G. C., '56. Hicks, J. M., '54. Hiester, I., '76. Hills, J. D., '78. Hoadly, C.]., '51. Holbrooke, G. 0., '69. *Holcombe, D. E., '56. Holcombe, G. H., ' 96. Holden, S. M ., ' 2. Holway, 0., '80. Hooker, S. D., '77. Hopson, G. B., '57 . Hotchkin , S. F. , '56. Hovey, H. E., '66. *Howard, H. , '91. Hubbard , G. M., '75. Hubbard, W. S., '88. *Hugg, G. W., '62. Hughes, I. W., '91. Hull, A. S., '66. Humphries, R. F., '92. *Hunt, E. K. (h 1851). Huntington, G. S., 'Sl (h 1896). Huntington, J. T., '50. *Huntington, J. W. , '83. *Hurd, J . D., '74. Huske, J ., '77. Hutchins, R. H ., '90. *Jackson , A., '60. 85


*Jacobs, E. C., '55. Jennings, A. B., '6 1. Johnson, C. A., '92. *Johnson, E. E., '59. *Johnson, E. P., '63 . Johnson, F. E .. ' 4. Johnson, F. F., '94. Johnson, G. D .. '54. Johnson, W. MeA., '98. Jones, C. W., '81. *Jones, L. H., '52 . Judd, C., '93. *Kelley,]., '44. Ker, G., '43. *Kerfoot,]. B. (h 1865). Kissam, E. V. B., '69. Kittridge, A. S., '57. "Knickerbacker, D. B., '53. Lanpher, L. A., '80. Lawton, E. F., '91, Lecour, J. H., '98. Lilienthal, H., '86. Lindsley, C. A., '49 (h 1896). Linsley, A. B., 'R2. Lockwood, L. A., '55. Lockwood, L. V., '93 . Loomis, H. B., '85. Loveridge, D. E., '50. Luther, F. S., '70. Mackay,]. (11 1854). *Mackay, W. R., '67. *~1allory, G. S., '58. *Marble, N. E. (h 1861). i\Iayo, J\1. C., '93. McCook, G. S., '97. McCook, J. J., '63. McCook, P. ]., '95. McCrackan, J. H., '82. Metcalf, II. A., '66. *M iller, P. S., '64. Miller, W. J., '92. Mitchell, S. S., '85. Moffett, G. H., '7ft Moore, C. E., '76. :\!forgan, IV. F., '88. *Mulchahey, J., '42 (b 1882).

Murray, J. B., '62. Neely, H. R., '84. Newton, E . P., '81. Nichols, W. F., '70. Niles, E. C., '87. Niles, W. P., '93. Niles, \V. W., '57. *Norton, F. L., '6 . Olmsted, C. T., '65. *Paddock, B. H., '48. *Paddock, J. A., '45. Paddock, L. H., '88. Paddock, L. S., '50 (h 1896). Page, D. C. (h 1851). Parker, T. H., '98. Parsons, A. T., '71. Parsons, II., '83. Parsons, J . R., ' 1. Pattison, A. E., '80. Pattison, G. B., '81. *Payne, W., '34 (h 1854). Peabody, F. B., '4 . Pedersen, V. C., '91. Perry, J. B., '72. *Pettit, W. F., '46. Phair, P. D., '94. *Pierce, H. H., '5 . Plumb,]. F., '91. Potts, F. H., '68. Pratt, A., '98. Pressey, W., '90. *Preston, T. S., '43. Prout,]., '77. PUt路dy, C. E.,' 8. *Purdy, J. S., '49. Pynchon, T. R., '41. Pynchon, W. JI. C., '90. Raftery, 0. II., '73. *Randall, E. D., '92. Reineman, R. T ., '82. Remington, C. H., '89. Richardson , F. W., '84. Richardson, L. W., '73. *Rogers, R. C.,'45. *Rudder, W., '4 . Russell, F. F., ' 5. 86


*Toucey, I (h 1846). *Tremaine, C. H. B., '66. Valentine, W. A., '72. *Van Nostrand, C. A., '77. Vibbert, H. C., '68. Vibbert, W. H., '58. ' Vinton, F. , (b 1854). Walker, D. B., '61. Warner, D. T., '72 (h 1896). Warner, M . C., '88. *Warren, S. B. , '59. \¥ashburn, L. C., '81. Waterman, L., '71. Watson, S. N., '82. Webster, L., '80. Weed, C. F., '94. Welles, H. T., '43. Whitcombe, F. B., '87. White, R. A., '81. White, W. C., '97. *Whiting, S.M., '46. *Whitlock, H. R., '70. Whitney, H. E., '74. Williams, A. J., '96. Williams, C. C., '71. *Williams, E. W., '53. Williams, F. G., '89. Williams, J., '90. *Williams, J. H., '54. Williams,]. W., '78. Winkley, R. L., ' 79. *Witherspoon, 0., '56. Wolfenden, R. H., '93. *Wood, H . S., '71. Wood, P.M ., '97. Woodman, C. E., '73. Worthington, E. W., '75. Wright, A. H., '83. Wright, G. H., '91. Wright, W. G., '91. Yeomans, E. M., '95. Young, C. H., '91. Ziegler, C. G., '97. Ziegler, P., '72.

Russell, G. W., '34 (h 1851 ). *Sands, 0. A., '87. *Sanford, D. P., '44. *Sanford, H. S. , '36 (h 1861). Scarborough, J., '54. Schulte, H. vonW., '97. Schiitz, W. S., '94. *Scudder, C. D., '75. Scudder, E. l\1., '77. Scudder, H., '91. *Scudder, H. J., '46 (b 1850). Scudder, W., '89. Selden, F. C., (h 1859). Sennett, L. F., '8!). Seyms, G. H., '72. Shepard, C. N., '91. *Shipman, W. D. (h 1871). *Short, D. H., '33 (11 1856). Short, W., '69. Small, E. F., '74. Smith, C. B., '54. Smith, G. W., (h 1885). Smith, H. M .. '93. •smith, H., '62. Smith,]. S., '63. Smith, S. E., '75. Smyth, ]. D., '74. *Somers,]. B. Y., (h 1857 ). Spencer, U. H., '90. *Spencer, W. G., '53. *Stevens, S., '65. tacking, C. H. W., '60. Stone, M., '80. Stotsenburg,]. H., '50. Street, C. H., '96. ·Studley, W. H. , '50. Sturtevant, A. M., '98. Tate, W. J., '86. Taylor, E. B., '73. •Taylor, J. B., '49. *Taylor, W. F., '44 (h 1 51). *Terry, C. E., '51 (h 1856) . Tho rne, R, '85. Tibbits, C. H., '87. Tibbits, W. B., '61.

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"Come \vhat may,

Time and the hour run through the roughest day."

HE college year is now drawing swiftly to its close, an ending that means a beginning for some and for others has no special signification beyond the fact that they are promoted one grade in their coJiege life ; still, there is no one in our community that wiJI not be asked by parents or friends what we have accomplished in various fields of action during the past year. Further, the record of one year, whether good or bad, serves as an indicator to subsequent workers in college affairs, whereby they may be emulated by the victories, and avoid and correct the errors. What makes the coJiege life so fuJI of interest and differentiates it from any other mode of existence is the spirit of change which ever and anon pervades it. This spirit of change is the twin sister of advancement, for in coJiege life this continual change, both in the individual and the body politic, brings with it an advancement. Our foot baJI season was not succe!>sful. Hampered in various ways, our team played an uphiJI season, and it was gratifying, both to them and to the college at large, that their last efforts were so satisfactory. Although the basket baJI team did not have very many games of importance or add

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any important victories to their previous r路ecord, still, according to The Tablet, the team was in better shape than it bas been since '97. Trinity week was a glorious success in every detail. The decorations for the Junior promenade were the handsomest that have ever graced Alumni Hall. That which is more pleasing to record, however, is the financial result, which beats all previous records. After paying every expense, there remained in the hands of the treasurer some seventyfive dollars. Of all the improvements and advancements that change has created in our college organizations, none have been so fraught with success as the Dramatic Association and the Glee Club. The "Jesters" opened the season with the usual performance in Alumni Hall, presenting a drama in one act," One Touch of Nature," and a short farce, entitled "All in a Fog." Several very successful trips were taken by the association, and the dramatic reputation of the College was fully maintained. The Glee and Mandolin Clubs, although they have only performed three times during the year, have shown a vast improvement over former years. The College is justly proud of both organizations. The prospects for base ball are most encouraging this year, although lately the nine has been handicapped by the absence of several members of the Sophomore class. Several interesting games, both at home and abroad, have been arranged. It is most pleasing to chronicle that the debt hanging over the base ball nine for so many years bas been entirely canceled. And here our record for the year must end. May what bas been developed for the better be further sustained by liberal prais<>; and, where there is need for improvement, let there be earnestness, which should be, and is, a synonym for college spirit. What possible good can it do our Alma Mater to say "Floreat Trinitas, ' ' unless we back up our sentiment with willing hands and loving hearts? Enthusiasm is not worth a fig, if it is not strong enough to carry us over the unendurable. Then let us think, when we say "Flore at Trinitas," may Trinity flourish and may her sons work.

Jlnotb~r Ul~w. I.

The rhyme says rise up with the lark And breathe the morning air; And when the sun bas sunk to rest, nto your couch repair.

II. Naught of this pleasure know I; It may bring pleasure, but-

I'd rather lie abed till noon And take a chapel cut. -M.

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Jl joyous

Disappointm~nt.

(Written and illustrated by K. F . F . Kurth, 1900.)

T had long been the custom at Trinity College to have the spring recess a few weeks after Easter. Many of the students tried to induce the faculty-that highly respected, but extremely conservative body-to change the date of the recess so that it might include Easter, but in vain. Among those who worked most assiduously to effect this purpose was John Bruce, for he found an almost boyish delight in being home at Easter-time. John was one of the most popular men in the class of ' 94; he was a good student and excelled in athletics; he bad deep t路eligious convictions and exerted a good influence wherever he went. As he sat alone in his room in Middle Jarvis, one Saturday afternoon, laboriously handling a large Greek lexicon, trying to prepare his Monday 's lessons, be found himself much distracted. He bad, indeed, spent two hours on forty lines of the" Medea" and was just looking up the last word when suddenly he realized that, for the entire time, his mind had been elsewhere ; he scarcely remembered a single passage in the lesson. He threw down the books and continued the meditation which had unconsciously engaged his mind. His thoughts were in Chicago, his home. \\"hen he pictured to 路路 . . ._ himself the pleasures of his friends who were home from Yale, Harvard and other colleges, whose company be was not permitted to enjoy, and especially, when he thought of Miss Mason, who was home from Smith College and in whom he felt a deep interest, he found no pleasure in life at Trinity. It was, indeed , an unpleasant thought that she would return to college the day before he would arrive home. John's religious nature turned his thoughts to the little church in which he had sung so many Easter carols. His church life at home was one of the things which he missed greatly at college. The Easter season was the most joyous of a ll seasons at the little church. John sat in his large chair, lamenting his sad lot. He looked around the room, everything seemed lifeless; he threw himself upon the wind o w-seat a nd said to himself: "This is not Easter week nor was last Sunday Easter. o Easter joy has entered my heart. " He looked out of the window and, for awhile, watched the fellows play ball. The clay was superb, the sun was far in the west and the outline of the college was sha dowed on the campus. Spring, with its Easter joys, seemed to be present, but it had not penetrated John 's heart. He put on his cap and went clown stairs ; after wandering for awhile on the campus, he went out into the woods. As John was a great lover of nature, he thought that a ramble in the woods might bring him to a realizing sense of the presence of pring and drive from him the

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spell of gloom. The experiment was unsuccessful; be returned more gloomy than he went. He was tired and dusty, he went to his room, tore off his collar and necktie and threw himself upon the bed. In a few minutes be was sound asleep. Suddenly James Lyons, a classmate of John's, rushed into the room shouting, "0 Jack, 0 Jack Bruce." John awoke with a start and, before he would permit James to explain his mission, he said that he was just in the midst of an awful dream,his mother was dead and they were preparing for the funeral. When John was sut~ ficiently collected James told him that he was wanted at the telephone. John snatched up his cap and ran to the telephone room, while James crossed the hall and visited other classmates. John found the telephone-operator waiting for him; she informed him that he had been called by a man in Chicago. John, full of excitement, shouted, "Halloo, halloo" and, after a few moments, he heard faintly, but distinctly, the voice of Harry Thorpe, his sister's fiance. They exchanged words of greeting; then Harry said, "We were afraid that you were ill because you did not come home when I telegraphed you last Thursday." John answered that be had received no telegram, adding that it must have miscarried. Then Harry Thorpe continued, "We thought it strange that you did not come. Your mother was-" and, just then, a hundred voices, each on a different pitch and all talking at once, seemed to cut in. " It's too bad that I am cut off," John thought to himself, "for the message must be of great importance or they would not have gone to the expense of telephoning. They want me to come home, I wonder what for?" John rang and rang; at length the operator answered him and said that she would connect him with Chicago again. After a few minutes of waiting, in which John became very impatient and greatly excited, he heard a voice, more dimly than before and quite changed. He could not understand distinctly, but he thought that he heard the expression "your wife" several times. John, supposing that there must be some mistake, shouted, "\Vho are you?" several times, but got no answer. As he stood holding the receiver firmly to his ear, trying to make out the conversation and, at the same time, trying to think why he was wanted at home and what the remainder of the sentence begun" Your mother was-'' could be, he heard a peculiar voice very distinctly: "Your mother was ill only two days; she died this afternoon.'' He thought to himself" That is what Harry tried to say to me." Then, as a flash, all the details of his awful dream came to him. He was now at the very highest pitch of excitement; he strained every nerve to hear more, but the receiver gave out nothing but a meaningless rumble. John was so tull of grief he scarcely knew what he was doing. He ran out of the telephone room without hanging up the receiver. He did not even go to his room to pack a dress suit case nor stop at the President's home to tell him that he had to go home, but ran down to the trolley car. He remembered now that he bad only a few dollars with him. Fortunately, his roommate, Henry Drake, "vith three other students, just then stepped off the car. John, so confused and excited that he could scarcely make his wants known, asked them if they had any money. All four searched their pockets and found that together they had just a little over eighteen dollars; this they gave to him. He explained that his mother had died suddenly and that he was going home. As he was telling his roommate to pack his dress suit case and express it to him the car came, and .T ohn, stepping on, shouted "good bye" as the conductor rang the bell. At the station he found that the last train for Springfield, with connections for Chicago, was just puiling out-he was too late. As the next day was Sunday and no

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trairrs leave Hartford on this day, he would be obliged to wait until Monday morning. This would never do; he must get to Chicago at once. The ticket agent was kind enough to tell him that there was one more train out of Hartford, leaving the Central New England station. John ran, full speed, to the little station and found that the train would leave in ten minutes. If this train was on time at Campbell Hall, he would make direct connections with the N. Y., 0. & W. train from New York, and he would be in Chicago at ten o'clock, Sunday evening. John was very impatient; he walked up and down the station floor, looking at the clock each time he passed. He boarded the train five minutes before it pulled out, hoping it might start ahead of time. Misfortune never comes single-handed. The train arrived at Campbell Hall twenty minutes late, and the train from I ew York bad passed ten minutes before. It was now three o'clock in the morning. John was truly sick at heart. He asked the few men around the station when the next train would stop and found that there would be no train until four o'clock in the afternoon, and, although this was an express train, he would not arrive at Chicago until eight o'clock the next night. John asked everybody that he could find around the station, even the baggage-man with his truck, to make snrl' this information was correct. He went to the small hotel near the station and awoke the landlord; he engaged a room, and, although he was very tired, he could not sleep. He tossed about in bed and walked the floor. The strange voice with the awful message kept ringing in his ears; before his eyes he saw the vision of his dream, his mother dead and preparations being made for the funeral. John got up very early, and, without waiting for breakfast, went to the station, hoping that, possibly, he might find an earlier train. He did, indeed, find that two trains would pass through Campbell Hall before four o'clock that afternoon, but both were limited and would not, under any circumstances, stop. He tried to get a train to New York, but found, also, that he could not do this. John was almost overcome with grief. The day, it sel'med to him , presented all the pains and miseries of purgatory; it was the longe~t day that he had ever experienced. A little before four o'clock, he saw a cloud of smoke over the track, itJ the distance; in a few minutes the train drew into the station. John jumped on before it stopped. His spirits were somewhat enlivened for now there would be no more delays. The day was long; it seemed as if the train was scarcely creeping ; he took out his watch often, the hands seemed hardly to move. He tried to dispel the terrible message from his mind, but he heard the peculiar, ghostly voice repeating," Your mother was sick only two days; she died this afternoon.' 1 He bought an illustrated novel from the train boy and tried to read, but every picture

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seemed to blur and form itself into tbe awful vision of his dream ; the words of every sentence seemed to transform themselves into the message which he receiYed over the telephone. Ile spent the day in great suspense, sorrow, pain and distress. The train, at last, pulled into Chicago. The porter's announcement never seemed so welcome. He took the trolley car at once, and in an hour was at home. John's parents lived in a magnificent stone house on the Western Boulevard. When he was within a block of the house he found the street crowded with carriages. As he drew near the house, he found it lighted from attic to basement; h~ heard music and la ughter. What could this mean? He stood still for a moment, wondering if his eyes and ears were deceiving him. He ran up to the door, and , without ringing, rushed in.

The new man-servant at the door, who had ne\路er seen John, thought him a ruffian, and attempted to pnt him out. Of a truth, John did look more like a tra mp than a person fit to enter a festive assembly of men and women in evening dress, for he wore a shabby grey bicycle suit, sadly wom and torn; he bad on a bleached-out blue shirt, and be was without collar or necktie. Both John and the man-servant spoke loudly ; the attention of all the guests wa attracted. Just as the servant was about to put him out by force , Harry Thorpe ran to him and took him in. John was dumbfounded by the splendor of the assembly , the flowers and the beautiful decorations. He could say nothing except "\\'here's mother?" Harry tried t o calm him, but be would not rest until he bad seen 94


his mother. l\Irs. Bruce, with many friends, was in the drawing-room, and John, without a thought ot his appearance, ran to her, and. embracing her, kissed her repeatedly. He was loosed from a burden which he could scarcely have endured longer. Instead of a house of mourning, he found a house of joy. Harry then took him upstairs and explained how that, when he was talking to John, he was cut off before finishing, and, when he succeeded in getting the College again, he was told that John had gone home, saying that he had received a message that his mother had died. When John's roommate learned of the peculiar mistake, he hastened to the station, but found that the train for Springfield had left a half hour before. As he supposed that John was on this train, he telegraphed to Springfield and other points to intercept him, but the messages were returned with a notation that the person to whom they were addressed could not be found. This intelligence was telegraphed to Harry Thorpe. John was very impatient, and without permitting Harry to fiuish the explanation, asked: "But what is the rest of the sentence which you begun 'Your mother was-,' why have you ent for me, what are all these people doing here?" Then Harry said that he tried to say, "Your mother was very much worried because you did not come home or answer the telegram. She thought that you must be ill." He then explained that he had been appointed private secretary to the United States minister at Corea, and that be must leave for Seoul in five days, that instead of his marriage to John's sister taking place in June, as was planned, the ceremony was performed fiye weeks earlier than was intended, that they were married that morning and were now having a reception. When John's roommate learned why John was called home, and knowing that he took no clothing with him, he telegraphed this fact to Harry, who provided a dress suit. John dressed quickly and went down stairs, rejoicing not only because he bad been so happily disappointed. but a lso because he got away from college twelve days before the spring vacation, and because he would now be able to spend a few pleasant hours with Miss Mason.

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At vesper-time within a cathedral grand I kindly watched a sweet-faced acolyte, Who with a candle in his outstretched band Lighted the tapers on the altar white. A week from then that pure young lad had died , And as I looked out o'er the darksome night His childlike form and visage, deified, Appeared in heaven as God 's acolyte. And when at last each star-flame gently beamed, He passed away from sight as first he came; And then I fell asleep, and dreamed and dreamed, And wished that I were only as free from blame. -D. H . VERDER.

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HE trail across the quicksands was narrow and dangerous-even Gordon Scott admitted that-and be was the only one now in ugget Gulch who knew that trail. Those sands were ever hungry; Joe Cole once drove his pony off the trail and he sank in five minutes. There used to be two who knew the trail, G01·don and his brother, Stuart. Stuart was an active, kind-hearted sort of a chap-great favorite with the softe·r side of Nugget Gulch. Gordon often said be would be son-y for it some day. Stuart cared especially for Sophie Morris, whose father, Bill Morris-" Guido Bill," as the Gulch put it-kept a tobacco shop at the "Corners." Maro, the Navajo, a lso liked Sophie, and Stuart knew it. Well, one day Stuart and Gordon \Vere smoking and playing at the" Corners," when in comes Denny Cox, who furnished things to talk about for the Gulch. "Well,'' said Denny, "it's all fixed." He waited till every one was attention, and then added, "I mean about Soph and l\Iaro-goin' to be married to-morrow." Stuart did not move a muscle. "That so?" ventured Gordon; but all were wait:ing for a word from Stuart. He rose deliberately and said to Denny: "How d' you know?" "So they told me at Morris's," Denny said. Stuart's band went to his hip pocket and he strode out of the room. Gordon laid his newly-dealt band on the table and followed his brother. "Me an' Stuart's goin' up to the Di\·ide to-night," was all he offered for an excuse. That night about eleven, two figures on ponies could have been seen silhouetted against the sky, over the Divide, and even then one figure was saying to the other, "Never mind, Stuart, may be Denny was bluffing you." Just as these two figures disappeared over the Divide every one at Morris's was startled by hearing hot words, then a woman's scream, then a revolver shot. Guido Bill rushed upstairs to find Sophie's door lockerl. The pushing crowd from below soon broke it in, and disclosed Sophie dying on the floor and the room full of powder smoke. The window was open and the curtains wet·e torn. It was only a small drop to the ground. Guido Bill rushed to the window and emptied his whole chamber into the darkness, then he turned and counted the men present-Maro, Gordon and Stuart absent. Maro was going to marry Sophie, Stuart wanted to. Gordon had said something about going to the Divide. Where was Stuart? About midnight Guido Bill mounted his pony, with a fixed look, and took up the trail for the Divide. He rode silently, looking every now and then at the butt of a braud 97


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The light winds blow, soft and low , Over the waters of the western sea; The sea gulls fly, as our ship sails by, Over the waves to the land on o ut-lee. Blow high, blow low, ye breezes blow, And waft your sweetness o 'er the sea, With eastern balms and western gales To bear us on our journey free. -F. E.

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Jl J:ou¢ tal¢. I.

I am going to start off frankly And say I ' m dead in love With a being, Oh! so pure and white, In whose inward soul there beams a light That burns the bad and lea ves the right, Like angels up above.

II. Each winter night we sit up late Before a blazing fire, And as I press her lips to mine Her face lights up, almost sublime, vVhich makes my heart go "express time," And sends my pulses higher. III. Under her influence I do dream Of great things on this orbit; Of conquering nations by my might, Subduing wrong, excelling right, Of whipping in a great prize fight Fitzsimmons or J. Corbett. IV. And when circumstances force me To leave her for awhile, I feel so worn, so cross, so blue, I swear, I cuss, in fact I do Once in awhile take a small chew To make the time beguile.

v. But when I ' m back with her again, And all my thoughts confide, I press her lips to mine once more; Inhale the love she has in store Witb the same charms as 'twas before I had to leave her side. VI. Perhaps you'd like to know her nameyou can not guess, I bet. She is the thing that costs so much, That people say in good plain Dutch There's poison in her very touchA paper cigarette. -JAMES W. BRADJN, JR.

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拢~tt~r. NEw YoRK, February 10, 1929.

MR. ELSMERE

M.

HURD,

Literary Editor of the 1930

rvv,

Dear Sir: I can not fully express to you the pleasure I experienced upon the receipt of your letter inviting me to contribute to your Annual, nor the sense of mortification by which I am assailed in being compelled to decline your offer. I am a man of business and have been such since I graduated from college nearly thirty years ago. Though, m truth, I possessed little literary ability when in college, I have to admit that I have developed none since my contact with the world. Not wishing, howeyer, to disappeint you altogether, I thought of this as a compromise-that I would write you this letter, which, if you felt warranted to do so, you could publish as a rather poor reminiscence of my class. When business would permit, I have endeavored to ascertain all about my classmates since their graduation-a sort of hobby with me-and I have succeeded, almost without fail, in tracing their individual careers. I beg of you to pardon my excessive use of the personal pronoun, but it is difficult to write such memories without the use of the obtrusive "I. " I shall promise not to use it more than twenty-four times in one sentence. First, let us go back to old times. Quite vivid is the scene of our class coming out of chapel for the first time. What better introduction could be given thirty men who never perhaps saw each other before? Our first push-rush, and, if my memory is straight, our second push-rush, were both captained by a man named Schwartz. I-Iewas a big, strong fellow, a candidate for the foot ball team; black hair, well put together, and a face full of strength; a face, as I remember it, like Washington's-1-couldn't-tell-a-lie face. We had some difficulty in getting men out to our first push-rush, but with only sixteen men we gave '99 quite a pleasant little time. Well, mat,ters went along in our Freshman year as I suppose they do now. We were called "nought," and we tried to be "naught." Sometimes, of course, we became "naughty," as when Sherwood-a little short, dumpy fellow, with tow head and full of fun-exhibited a sign containing our numerals at a customary function of the college life. I think most of our Freshman energy was put in the banquet to '98 , which was held out at the "Elm Tree Inn." The banquet was not greatly interfered with by '99, who were indubitably brave until they reached the Inn, 路where "discretion seemed the better part of valor.'' Our Sophomore year ran along smoothly and without serious loss to the class, except the absence of two or three good fellows. The only ones I can think of now are Brooks, Baldwin and Wood . We made the rush a draw with '01, and heat them in the underclass athletics. Things went on pretty slowly in our Sophomore life until the spring, when about twelve of us formed a club called B. U. , organized on the birthday of 102


the saint who was ever afterward our patron. I wonder if any old B. U. man will see this and remembe r how-no; I better not tell you our secrets. Well, after it was formed, the life around college was not slow. Another pleasant part in our life as Sophomores was a dining club called S. D. C. Does this still exist? I shall try to recall the names of the members. There were Prince, Schwartz, Glazebrook, whom we called Whitey because of his hair, Hill, Haight, who took an interest in music boxes, Fuller, Fox, Bradin, Brown, Jewett, Mclvaine and Hornor, whose nickname was "Nig," because he came from the South. In fact, all southerners were called niggers. But I must hurry along. Jewett, Fuller, Sherwood, Arundel and perhaps others were missing in our Junior year, which slipped away like all other Junior years. There were no striking events in our class history during that period. Our Senior year was smooth and sorrowful towards the end. We lost no more men and graduated a class of twenty-three. Our class-day exercises were somewhat different from other classes, in that we had no foot ball men in the class, and so substituted the presentation of an American flag to our Alma Mater, with a patriotic speech by Prof. McCook. What then became of all your classmates after graduation and what is each one doing now ? you ask. I shall tell you, although it would be too laborious to go through the catalogue in detail, and I fear your readers would not be interested. Let me say that I took up this work of following my old classmates about five years after graduation, and, living in New York, I had no difficulty in gathering data concerning those men who lived in the vicinity. The men who were more closely connected with me in my college life I often see, and further hear from them through correspondence. The other men it is harder to lay the finger upon; but watch , if you please, how Providence seemed to guide me. Only the other day, to give you late news first, I metGlazl'hrook, looking almost the same as during college days, excepting a few more lines in his face. He became famous about five years after leaving college on the professional" diamond." And I remember well reading the head lines of a Sunday paper which called him the man with a $10,000 arm. He has a nice little sum put away now. Lives in Elizabeth withhiswifeandchildren and raises dogs for his own pleasure. He told me one day that he was surprised to find how easy it was for a college graduate to make three dollars a week. I think he smiled as he said it. There was a convention of the Holy Catholic Church-we used to call it the Protestant Episcopal-in New York not long ago. I went to it for no other reason than to see if I could find any old classmates there. Well, {twas quite a reunion. Some of them were Bishops, others prominent in church work. Schwartz had occupied the See of Albany for some four or five years. Kurth was Missionary Bishop of China, and Tracy, Brines, Arnott and Simonds were holding prominent positions in the church work at their respective homes. There you see was quite a bunch of old friends. Three or four years before this I had a like opportunity, for there was held a meeting ot the Bar Association in New York. The 1900 delegation of lawyers showed up as well as the 1900 delegation of ministers. I went to this convention both to meet these fellows and, further, because I was a member of the Bar Association myself. When I entered the convention, I met at the door a small man with a white beard and piercing eyes, whom for a second I hardly recognized as my old friend Sherwood. He is now judge. In comparison with him was a tall, dark-haired fellow 103

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with a gray moustache, whom, from the shape of his legs, I had no trouble in remembering-it was Judge Titus, of Buffalo. Among the other lawyers were Clement, Case Bryant, Prince, Fuller and Smart. On my way to Hartfo rd the other day, I glanced up at the conductor and recalled the face of my old roommate, Bradin. He had risen in the railroad business from train boy to conductor. He was married and had five or six children. I think he won the class cup for the man who was blessed with the first child. I had quite a chat with him about old times and he gave me no little information. From him I learned that Fox was keeping a hotel clown in Bradford; Haight was working in the Klondike region, having patented a solar engine of some merit; Hall and Burt and Coons were architects; that Tomlinson was editor of a Hartford daily ; Taylor was a distinguished physicia n in the same city, and that Richmond was still endowing College 路walks. Bradin seems to have kept up with the class better than myself. Now hear what Providence did. I strolled in the club about five years ago, and, looking around the reading room, stumbled against a New Orleans paper. Thoughts came to me of an old classmate. I turned to the first page and read the head lines of a terrific lynching scrape in the Crescent City. My eye following the column came unexpectcdlyupon what I sought. Hornor had been mixed up in some politics and was lynched by a band of truculent negro politicians. He left a wife and seven children. These are the facts that I have accumulated about my class up to the present time. My heart goes out to them with the wish for a long and prosperous life, full of peace and happiness, and only a small share of those griefs which come to all men as they grow older. Four years of a Aectionate intercourse can only be made more strong by the years that have separated us. May every 1900 man be ever true to our old motto, which through all the friction of the world has held me in good stead-always ready. Ready to oppose the bad and ready to support the good. Thanking you again for your invitation, and, if you publish this, for your indulgence to an old man, and trusting that your IvY may be a success, with God's blessing invoked for dear old Trinity, I remain Very sincerely yours, SAMUEL E. LuxE, Class of 1900,

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Board of Editors Managing Editor,

Business Manager,

CRANSTON BRENTON, '99.

REUEL ALLAN BE SON, '99. Literary Editor,

AUBREY DARRELL VIBBERT, '99.

DANIEL HUGH VERDER, ' 99. REGINALD NORTON WILLCOX, '99.

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t:b~

trinity l\'Y.

Founded by the Class of 1874

Editors. '74.

P. H. Whaley, G. M. Dubois, S. ~路Hewlett, H. E. Whitney.

'75. '76. '77. '78. '79.

W. D. Sartwelle, H. M. Hooper, C. D. Scudder, G. W. Lincoln, E. W. Worthington. I. Hiester, E. N. Burke, H. V. Rutherford, W. W. Gillette, W. C. Skinner. A.M. Clarke, R. H. Coleman, W. E. Rogers, J. E. Kurtz, G. H. Norton. W. C. Blackmer, R. M. Campbell, G. H. Moffett, J. C. Duell, H. B. Scott. W. N. Elbert, Managing Editor; Orr Buffington, A. Harding, J. S. Carpenter, S. G. Fisher.

'80. G. Kneeland, W. R. Leaken, W. L. Crosby, C. G. Williams, J. C. Barrows. '81. G. B. Pattison, 1\lfanaging Editor; L. C. Washburne, A. W. Reineman, W. T. Elmer, G. S. Huntington. '82. C. Carpenter, Managing Editor; C. H. Carter, C. E. Hotchkiss, D. M. Bohlem, R. T. Reineman. '83. F. Rossevelt, Managing Editor; H. L. Golden, H. W. Thompson, A. H. Wright, J. R. Carter. '84. E. L. Purdy, Managing Editor; W. R. Sedgwick, W. S. Barrows, F. D. Bulkley, E. S. Van Zile, E. S. Hills. '85. S. T. Miller, Managing Editor; H. Nelson, Jr., H. B. Loomis, A. Cod man, J. R. Cunningham. '86. H. R. Heydecker, Managing Editor; G. E. Beers, E. C. Niles, E. B. Hatch, A. H. Anderson, '87, W. J. Tate. '87. A. H. Anderson, Managing Editor; G. C. Carter, G. S. Waters, C. W. Bowman, F. B. Whitcombe, 0. A. Sands. '8 . M. C. Warner, Managing Editor; J.P. Elton, L. W. Downes, A. McConihe, R. C. Eastman, H. M . Belden. '89.

C. H. Remington, Managing Editor; R. H. Schiitz, S. F . Jarvis, Jr., A. E. Wright, A. Millard, R. C. Tuttle.

'90. G. P. Coleman and G. W. Miner, Managing Editors; G. T. Macauley, Literary Editor; G. T. Warner, C. S. Griswold, R. McC. Brady, R. H. Hutchins. '91. E. B. Finch, lUanaging Editor; J. B. Burnham, Literary Editor; A. C. Graves, I. W. Hughes,]. F. Plumb, E. F. Pressey.

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'92. H. S. Graves and W. 0. Orton, Managing Editors; T. H . Yardley, Literary Editor; R. F. Humphries, C. A. Johnson, Ernest Randall. '93. Reginald Pearce, Managing Editor; R. P. Bates, Literary Editor; W. F. Collins, W. E. Conklin, James Cullen, Jr., J. W. Lewis, W. P. Niles. '94. W. W. Vibbert and C. F. Weed, Managing Editors; P.R. Wesley, Literary Editor; G. W. Ellis, H. T . Greenley, N. T. Pratt. R. H. Macauley and F. S. Burrage, Managing Editors; David Willard, Literary Editor; E. P Hamlin, W. W. Reese, S. K. Evans, A. F . Miller, E. M. Yeomans. ' 96. L. Potter and E. Parsons, Managing Editors; P . T . Custer, Literary Editor; M. H. Coggeshall, W. F. Dyei:t, W. T . Olcott, C. H. Street, S. K. Zook. '97. H. W. Allen and G. S. McCook, Managing Editors; W. S. Danker, Literary Editor ; G. E . Cogswell, G. T. Hendrie, H. W. Hayward, P. M . Wood, H. T. Sherriff, M. F. Chase. '95.

'98.

M. R. Cartwright and Philip Cook, Managing Editors; H . R. Remsen, Literary Editor; W. M. Austin, H. J . Blakeslee, D. C. Graves, T. H. Parker, Alexander Pratt, Jr., P. S. Smithe.

C.'B. Hedrick and J . W. Nichols, Managing Editors; R. A. Benson, Literary Editor; Aubrey Vibbert, F. A. McElwain, J. B. Bunn, F. S. Bacon, C. A. Smith. 1900. W. C. Hill and F. W. Prince, Managing Editors; H . A. Hornor, Literary Editor ; T. G. Case, E. P. Taylor, A. S. Titus, E . M. Tracy. '99.

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[ibrary

£ommitt~~.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE. CHARLES]. HOADLY, LL.D. PROFESSOR SAMUEL HART.

Assistants. jOHN W. NICHOLS.

]. G. MciLVAINE. LIBRARY HOURS.

Monday .......... .. ......................... 12-1, 2-4. Tuesday ....... ................... 8.45-9.45, 11-1. Wednesday ..................... ...... ...... 11-1, 2-3. Thursday .............. 8.45-9.45, 11-12, 2-3. Friday ..................................... 10-12, 2-3. Saturday ..... ...... ........ ...................... 9.45-1. The whole number of volumes now registered as in the library is 38,520, besides about 3,400 duplicate volumes, about 25,000 pamphlets, and about 6,000 duplicate pamph lets. 7 1 6 volumes were added t o it during the year 1897-98. Of these 196 were obtained by purchase, 2 by exchange, an d 518 by gift.

STATISTICS OF CIRCULATION. 1894-5.

1895-6.

General Works............. ................. ...... .... .... ...... .... . . . . . Pru 'Jo1sophy and Sociology}······ ... ...... ............ ............. T 11eo ogy ......................... . P hilology and Classics.. .................. ..... .. ... ..... ....... .. ... Science and Art....... .... ......................................... .... ... Periodicals ................... ................... .................. .... .. .. . English Fiction................................. ................ ...... .... English ~ssays, Poetry, and Drama}........................ Other L 1terature .................... .. ....... . H istory, Biography, and Travel................. ...............

284 135 205 177 157 7 24 321

123 191 210 113 { 31 241

6 140 157 164 114 153 173 87 81 229

Total.................... ...................... ............ ..

1,534

1,267

1,304

110

8

1896-7.

f

9

95 \.155

99


(b¢ n¢w England Tnt¢r=£OII¢giat¢ Jltbl¢tic Jlssociation. Offlc~rs, 1898=' 99. President,

C. I. DEWITT, Amherst.

Vice-President,

H. S. PRATT, Brown.

Secretary ,

C. BILLINGTON, Wesleyan.

Treasurer,

R. M URRAY, M. I. T.

Chairman, C. I. DEWI1'1', Amherst;

J. R. KENT, Tufts; T . A. LYNCH, Dartmouth ;

N. R. BUGE, W. P. I.; C. N . HonDARD, Wi ll iams.

tb~

Jlssociatlon.

Amherst College.

Trinity College.

Bowdoin College.

Tufts College.

Brown University.

Wesleyan University.

Dartmouth College.

Williams College.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute. University of Maine.

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Cb~ Cw~lftb

Jlnnual fbampionsbip m~~ting. worc~st~r.

mass. ,

Haif-mile Rttn.

mav

2, 1898.

One-mile Run

D. C. HALL, Brown, 2 min.

A. L. WRIGHT, Brown, 4 min. 24~ sec.

J.

E. L. CAREY, Wesleyan.

BRAY, Williams.

T. P. GooDnODY.

S. Ft'RLISH, Amherst.

Two-mile Bicycle.

220-J'ard Dasll.

P. MURRAY, M. I. T., 5 min. 17~ sec.

A. CuRTINIVS, Amherst, 22~ sec.

]. B. 1lclNTYRE, Dartmouth.

C. BILLINGTON, Wesleyan.

DUDLEY, Amherst. IOO

yard Dash.

C. 11. CALLAHAN, Williams.

Two-111i!e Rttn.

A. CuRTh'\IIUS, Amherst, 10 sec.

0. N. BEAN, Brown, 10 min . 3 J sec.

C. M. CALLAHAN, Williams.

A. L. WRIGHT, B•·own.

C. G. McDAVITT, Dartmouth.

J. BRAY, Williams.

I

zo-yard Httrdle.

P. PoTTER, Williams, 16 sec.

E. F. KENDALL, Brown.

Pole Vault.

]. L . H URLB URT, Wesleyan, 11ft. 6If2 in. P. S. WILDER, Dartmouth .

T. W. CRASE, Dartmouth.

440 yard Rzm. F. K. TOLF, Bro wn, 51t sec. STRONG, Amherst. F. B. DUTTON, M. 1. T.

Running H igh Jump. W. E. P uTMAN, jR., M. I. T ., 5 ft. 7 'h in . I. K. BAXTER, M. I. T.

16 p ound Shot. P . S. WILDER, Dartm outh , 38 ft. 1 'h in.

E . R. GoDFREY, Bowdoiu, 37ft. 7% in. F. CORSON, Da1·tmouth, 36ft. 9Yi in.

16 pound Hammer. F . C. INGALLS, Trinity, 119ft.

L. S. OAKEs, Dartmouth, 110ft. 10 in. F . CORSON, Dartmouth, 102 ft. 1 in. 113


Running Broad Jmnp.

Throwing Discus.

F. W. CHASE, Dartmouth, 21 ft. 8짜2 in.

WINSLOW, Amherst, 104ft.

GLADWIN, Amherst, 20ft.

G. L. NOYES, Wesleyan, 101 ft. 6짜2 in. G. I. CAPP, l\I. I. T ., 97ft. 71!2 in.

R~coras Establlsb~a. Half-mile Run.-D. C. HALL, Brown, 2 min. One-mile Rtm.-A. L. WRIGnT, Brown, 4 min . 24%, sec. Two-mile Bicycle.-P. M uRRAY, M . I. T ., 5 min. 17%, sec. Two-mile Run.-0. N. BEAN, Brown, 10 min . 3 ~ sec. Ioo-yard Das!t.-A. CuRTINIUs, Amherst, 10 sec. Pole Vattlt -]. L. HuRLD URT, Wesleyan, 11ft. 6 in . 220-yard Htwdle. -G. P . B uRCH, M. I. T., 25} sec. E. F . KENDALL , Brown .

Summary of Points. Amherst,

24

Wesleyan, .

Brown,

24

Bowdoin,

9

Dartmouth,

23

Trinity

5

M. I. T.,

21

W. P . I.,

0

Williams,

15

Tufts,

0

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J

trinity

Coll~g~ Jftbl~tit

Jfssodation.

1898=99.

President,

Vice-President,

G. LITTELL, '99 .

E .

D.

s.

Secretary,

c. w.

I-IEKRY,

CORSOK,

'99.

Treasurer, '99.

W.

H. EATON,

' 99.

E x ecutive Committee.

J

W.

NICHOLS,

'99.

J. H. K.

W . B.

S UTTON,

'99.

E. G.

C. W.

HENRY,

A. H .

ONDERDONK ,

'99.

D. '99.

W. P.

'99. ' 99.

L. SCHWARTZ,

M. G. BROWN,

DAVIS,

LITTELL,

HAIGHT,

'00.

'00.

'01.

Trophy Room Committee.

w.

B.

S U'!"l'ON,

'99.

A. D.

115

VIDBERT,

'99.


6raduat~ Jltbl~tic â&#x201A;Źommitt~~. Chairman,

Prof. F. S. LUTHER. J'.fembers,

Prof. F. S. LuTHER, '70, term expires in 1899. PERCY S. BRYANT, '70, term expires in 1901. EDWIN S. ALLEN, '94, term expires in 1900.

T

HE chief duties of the Committee are to act as advisers to the undergraduates on all important athletic matters, to endorse such appeals to the alumni for the support of athletics as may meet with their approval, to take entire charge of and manage the Athletic Field, and to act through its Secretary-Treasurer as auditors of the accounts of the various athletic treasurers of the College. They a lso have power to demand the resignation of any athletic officer who, in their judgment, is incompetent to fulfill the duties of his position.

tlnd~rgraduat~ Jltbl~tic â&#x201A;Źommitt~t Cbairman,

PRESIDENT T. C. A. A. Members,

E. G. LITTELL, '99, President of the Athletic Association. l\f. G. HAIGHT, '00, Manager of the Foot Ball Team. W . P. BROWN, '01, Captain of the Foot Ball Team. D. L. SCHWARTZ, '00, Manager of the Base Ball Team. C. W. HENRY, '99, Captain of the Track Athletic Team.

T

HE duties of the Committee are to elect the Graduate Athletic Committee (such election to be ratified by the College) , to consult the Graduate Committee on all important athletic matters, to determine the amount each athletic organization shall contribute for the support of the Athletic Field, and to decide all questions as to the use of the Athletic Field on any particular date.

116


T. C. A. A. Tnt~r=eon~glat~ Jltbl~tic t~am-1s99.

Captain,

C.

roo and no-yard Dash,

W. HENRY,

'99; '02.

HENRY,

'99.

Rrcn,

'99;

ScHWARTZ,

'00;

'02;

WEED,

TUKE,

4JO路yard Das!t,

HE~RY,

'99;

BRINLEY,

1-Iaifmile Run,

BRADIN,

'00;

WATERMAN,

One-mile

;

J

Rt~tz,

rzo-yard }

ADDIS,

'99 j

'00; '01.

CASE,

MITCHELL,

Two - mil~

H urdles,

'01;

RuDD,

'01;

'01.

RUDD,

TOMLINSON,

'01.

'00 j

TRACY,

LITTELL,

'99;

BRINLEY,

'01 j

WALKER,

'02 j

Hig!tjump,.

LITTELL,

'99 j

VIBREI<T,

'99 j

STURTEVANT,

Broad jump,

SCHWARTZ,

'00;

WEED,

'02.

220-yard

'02;

'00 j

Pole Vattlt, .

STURTEVANT,

S!tot atrd /Jammer,

INGALLS,

Bicycle,.

EATON, soN,

Disros, .

STURTEVANT,

LAUBENSTEIN,

'99;

'99; '01;

lNG.\LLS ,

'01;

BRINLEY,

Jv[ERRIAAI,

'99 j

'02;

'01 j

'01; ' 02.

BRINLEY,

117

BRINLEY,

'01 j

WEED,

'02.

WEED,

BuR RANK,

'01;

'01.

'01.

MERRIAM,

SYPHAX,

\VALES,

'02.

'02.

'01;

EvANS,

'01;

HuD-


EVBNT.

WiNNERS.

Pole Vault ........ ... . .... .... .... ...... ..... .. { ~~:· ~~:;~:::~.~-~~~~~-k~~~-~~-~~~~~-~~~~-'~-~::::::~ ~i: !~: Ro'-e Climbi1w { 1st, T u KE ...... .... .. ....... .......... ..... .... ....... 7%, sec.

g

y

"...............................

2d, MERRLU1. .............. .... .... .... ............ 7~ sec.

zo-ya d D sh { 1st, RtcH ............................................. 3 sec. r. a ...... .......... .......... .... .. .. 2d, HENRY .......................................... .

Sta~z di LITTELL, } T'tea t · ng H:'tgh J:tmz:p .......... .. ...... .. { 1st, 2d, STURTEVANT,

· 4 ft . 8 m.

Putting I6-Po:md Shot .................. { ~~~· ~~~~~i- ~~~~:~~~~-~-~~-~~~~-~~~~~--~_::~r ~: p. lll B {1st, MERRIA~I .. ..... ....... .... .................... . -ara e ars...... ...... .. .. .. .............. 2d, TuKE ............................................ . .

.

Rtmmng H tgh Jump..... .... ............

~ ~~:

{1st, LITTELL. ........................... ........... 5 ft . 4%, in. 2d , VIBBERT, } Tt'e at 5 ft 331 11· 1 3d, STURTEVANT, ... ........ .. ....... · 74 ·

Fe1zce Vault ......... .. .................. ...... { 12 dst,, BLI~EELL, } Tie at .......................... 6ft. 5% in. RINL Y,

n ·h

K.' k

{ 1st, 2d, p. t t R { 1st, v a o ace.. ...... .... ...... ..... ........... .. 2d,

tg

u: ........ .. ... .. .......................

STuRTEVANT.................................. 8 ft. 4%, in. VIBBERT ..... . .. ................... .......... .. . HENRY ... .. .. ..... ....... .... ................... . CLAPP .......................................... .

McCrackan Cup won by Sturtevant, '01. Points won by '99, 12%; by ' 00, 0 ; by '01, 101/2; by '02, 6.

Referee, Prof. F. S. LUTHER.

Judges, Prof.

J. J. McCooK.

W. MeA. joHNSON, '98.

Prof. F. C. BABBITT.

Judges of Parallel Bars, Mr. P.

J. ZIGLATZKI.

Mr. W~I. W INKLEMAN. Of the Hartford Turnerbund.

Co m mittee of Arra11geme11ts, HENRY, '99.

LITTELL, '99.

A 1Z110U11CeY,

S corers, HAIGHT, '00.

NICHOLS, '99.

NICHOLS, '99.

FISKE, ' 01.

Starter, ifr_ G. B. VELTE. 119


trinity Jltbl¢tit R¢tords. INDOOR RECORDS.

I

RVHNT.

RllCORO.

NAME.

Rope climbing.

7 s.

Applegate. '87. McCook, '9 0. Dav is, '9+.

Standing high jump.

+ft. 81/8 in.

Baxter, '99.

March, 1 896.

Running hi gh jump.

5 ft. 11 1,4 in.

Baxte1·, '99.

March, 1 897.

High ki ck.

!l ft .

Baxter, '99 .

March, 1897.

Fence vault.

6ft. 8 in.

Applegate, 'H7.

April , 1 885 .

Putting 1 G-lb. shot.

37ft. 6 in.

Ingalls , '99.

DATE.

1 8 99.

OUTDOOR RECORDS. EVENT .

RECORD .

NAME.

DATE.

100-yard dash.

1 01,4 s.

A. W . Strong, '94.

May, 1 89 2.

220-ynrrl dash.

22')!. s.

H. S. Graves, '92 .

May , 1 8 92.

440-yard dash .

51 s.

W. A . Sparks, '97.

M ay, 1 89 7.

lh-nlile run.

2 n1in. RJh s.

R. H. Hutchins, '90.

May , 1 890.

4 min. 54 s.

E. S . Allen, '93 .

2-mile run.

10 min. 391 s.

W. C. White , '9 7 .

May, 1897.

120-yard hurdle.

171 s.

I. K . Baxter, '99 .

May, 1896.

27! s.

E . DeK. Leffingwell, '95 .

May, 1 895.

Running high jump.

5 ft. 91f> in.

I . K. Baxter, '99.

October, 1 895.

Running broad jump.

20ft. 11 in.

R. M. Campbel l, '78.

May, 1 878.

Pole va u tt.

9 ft. 8 in.

F. R. Sturtev a nt , '0 1.

Putting 1 Glb. shot. Throwing 16-lb. hammer.

3!l ft . 7l.f, in.

I

I

1-mile run.

-

I

-

220-yard hurdle.

I

May, 1892.

--

126ft.

s.

Y2 in.

Carter, ' 94-.

F. C. Ingalls, '99 .

---2-mile bicycle race .

S. R. Fuller, '00.

5 min. 8i s.

I

1 20

I I

1899. 1 893. May, 1899. O c tober, 1898.

I


$$

Weight, Height, standing, sitting, of knee, of pubes, of navel, of sternum, Girth of head, neck, chest (natural), (expanded), ninth rib (natural), " (expanded), waist, hips, right thigh, left thigh, right knee, left knee, right calf, left calf, right ankle, left ankle, right instep, left instep, right upper arm, left upper arm, right elbow, left elbow, right forearm, left forearm, right wrist, left wrist, Depth of chest, abdomen,

97.1 kilos., 189. cen., 105.5 54. 100. 116.fi 158.8 62. 41. 109. 113.5 98. 105. 97. 107.8 68.2 " 68. 42.3 42.3 41. " 41. 27. 26.5 26.9 26.8 36.9 35. 29.5 29. 30.6 29.3 20. 19. 27. 27.2 121

W. MeA. Johnson, '98. Shirley Carter, '94. Chas. L. Burnham, '98. W. MeA. Johnson, '98. Shidcy Carter, '94. W. MeA. Johnson, '98. Shirley Carter, '94 W. MeA. Johnson, ' 98.

" Shirley Carter, '94. W. MeA. Johnson, '98.

E . C. Stone, '00. \V . MeA. Johnson, '98. Shirley Carter, '9-1-.

W. MeA. Johnson, '98. Shirley Carter, ' 94.

W. MeA. Tohnson , '98.


Breadth of head, neck, shoulders, waist, . hips, nipples,

17. cen., 12.2 50.7 31.9 " 37.7 " 25.5

Length, right shoulder to elbow,

40.5

left shoulder to elbow, right elbow to finger tip, left elbow t o finger tip, right foot, left foot, of body, horizontal, Stretch of arms, Lung capacity, Strength of lungs, back, legs, upper arms, forearms, Best total strength, Record,

H. J. Gundacker, '97. M.]. Brines, '00. Shirley Carter, '94. W. MeA. Johnson, '98. Shirley Carter, '94. MeA. Johnson, '98. )Elton G. Littell, '99. Elton G. Littell, '99. Shirley Carter, '94.

fW.

40.5 52. 52. 29. 29. 190.2 " 200.4 " 330. cu. in ., 30.5 hec., 300. kilos., 590. 233.7

"

E. S. Merriam, '02. Shirley Carter, '94. E. S. Merriam, ' 02. W. A. Sparks, '97. { C. H. Hill, '02.

117.

E. S. Merriam, '02. 1202.7 points. Compiled by GEo. B. VELTE.

122


root Ball £aptains. '83, S. H. Gmsv.

'92,

' 4, S. T.

'93,

G.

D.

HARTLEY.

'85, W. W.

BARBER.

J. W. EDGERTON. '9-J., J. STRAWBRinGE.

'86, W. W.

BARBER.

'95, \V. S.

LANGFORD, Jr.

'87, W. W.

BARBER.

'96, A. M.

LANGFORD.

MILLER.

s. vvooDLE.

'88, E. McP. McCooK.

'97, A.

'89, E. McP. McCooK.

'9 , W. B.

Su'M'ON.

'90,

'99, \V. P.

BROW:-!.

T.

P.

THURSTON.

w. C. '91

' { H. S.

HILL. GRAVES.

123


DIRECTORS.

/vfauager.

ADRIAN ONDERDONK,

M . G.

HAIGHT,

Assistant Manager and Treasurer. CAPTAIN.

w.

'99.

B. SUTTON,

LINE.

Left End,

W.

P.

BROW:>!,

'01.

R.

B. BELLA~IY,

Left Tackle,

F.

S. BACON,

Left Guard,

F. C.

Center,

jAMES HENDERSON,

Right Guard,

'01.

'99 .

INGALLS,

'99.

W. MeA. joHNSON,

G.

BRINLEY,

Right Tackle,

w.

B. SUTTON,

Right End,

E. A.

RICH,

'98.

'01. '99.

'99.

'02. QUARTER-BACK.

C. H.

WHEELER,

F. R.

CLAPP,

'01.

'02.

LEFT HALF-BACK. A. S. WOODLE,

A. H.

WEEU,

'99.

'02.

FULL-BACK.

E. G. W.

LITTELL,

M.

'01.

CAPTAIN FOR 1899.

w. P.

BROWN,

125

BROWN,

NICHOLS,

Jr.,'OO. 1

99.

RIGHT HALF-BACK.

'99.

NICHOLS,

T . P.

J. W .

'01.

T. J. M. G.

SYPIJAX,

BRINLEY,

'01.

'02.


tb¢ £onsouaat¢a. CAPTAIN.

E.

s.

MANAGER.

'99.

DOBBIN,

l\1. G.

HAIG!l'l',

'00.

THE LINE.

Lift end,

CLEMENT,

Left tackle,

HAIGfl'l',

L e/tguard, Center,

'01.

Rig ht enri,

MEilRIAM,

'00.

R ight tackle,

WEIBEL,

DOBIJIN,

'99.

Rig ilt g ttard,

STONE,

(Sp.)

'02.

'02.

WYNKOOP,

'01.

QUARTER-BACK. CLAPP,

'02.

LEFT HALF-BACK. MoRSE,

RIGHT HALF-BACK.

'99.

T OKE,

'02.

FULL-BACK. GLAZEBROOK,

'00.

SUBSTITUTES. ADDIS,

'99.

H UDSON.

'01.

CLE~IENT, WILSON,

' 00.

COCHRANE,

'01.

'01.

The substitutes on the regular team held positions on the Consolidated.

126


trinity's

Bas~

Ball (laptains.

'67, E. R.

BREVOORT.

'85, j.

W. SHANNON.

R.

BREVOORT.

'86, ].

W. SHANNON.

J.

W. SHANNOK.

G.

'68,

E.

'69, A.

BROCKLESBY.

'87,

'70, A.

BROCKLESBY.

'88,

w.

BRINLEY.

'71,

E. B. WATTS.

'89, T.

'72,

E. B. WATTS.

'90,

R. McC. BRADY.

'73,

E. B. wATTS.

'91,

H.

'74,

c.

'92,

H.

LINCOLN.

'93,

G. D. HARTLEY.

HEWITT.

'94,

J. J. PENROSE.

E . CRAJK.

'75, F. T. '76, '77,

G.

s.

W. E. ROGERS.

'78, F.

J.

W. WHITE.

'79,

w.

' 0,

W. J. RODGERS.

' 1,

N.

c.

s. s.

R.

ELBER'l' .

'96, A.

DINGWALL.

J.

WILLIAMS.

M. H. CoGGESHALL.

'97,

D.

c.

M.

' 98,

D.

c.

KURTZ.

'99,]. H.

JOHNSON.

1900,

GRA YES .

j. PENROSE.

H. WR IGH T.

'84, F. E.

GRAVES.

C. DuB . BRo ' GHTON.

G. D. HovYELL.

'82, A. '83,

'95, H.

L. CHERITREE.

H. McK. GLAZEBROOK.

127

GRAVES. GRAVES. K. DAVIS.


rBASEBALL

DIRECTORS.

l\1. R.

A. D.

VIBBERT,

CAR't' \\' lliGIIT,

'99, J拢anager.

M. G.

t~am D. C. Stl'I"I'ON,

R. E.

'98, Senim' Director.

'98, Captain.

GRAVES,

GilA \'ES,

'01, 1 b.

BCNN,

'98, 路}

'99,

'91',

1p. J

'99,

BRO\VN,

2 b. B UNN,

'00, Assistant .l/anager.

1S9S.

' !)9, c.

PECK,

GRAVES,

for

IIAIGIIT,

'01, I. f.

WATERMAN,

'98,) 1

FISKE ,

'01, 3 b.

GLAZEBROOK,

' 00,

0AYIS, S. S.

BELLA~IY,

c. f.

f

' 99,

'01 ,

r.

f.

SUBSTITUTES. GllEEN, CI. EM ENT,

'01.

'!)9.

NtCHOLS,

'01.

WHEELER. COOKE,

129

'01.

'01.

McNEIL,

'01.

WATERMAN,

'01.


Bas¢ Ball Stb¢dUI¢ for 1899.

April12,

May

June

Holy Cross vs. Trinity,

at Worcester.

15,

Rockville vs. Trinity,

"

Rockville.

21,

Fordham vs. Trinity,

"

Fordham.

22,

University of New York rs. Trinity,

"

New York.

26,

Springfield vs. Trinity,

" Springfield.

29,

Hartford Theologica l Seminary t·s. Trinity, "

Hartford .

West Point rs. Trinity ,

"

West Point.

10,

Amherst Aggies t·s. Trinity,

"

Amherst.

17,

M orse Business College vs. Trinity,

' ' Hartford .

18,

University of Maine vs. Trinity,

"

Hartford.

20,

Yale Law chool vs. Trinity,

"

Hartford.

24,

Amherst vs. Trinity,

"

Amherst.

27,

Tufts vs. Trinity ,

"

H a rtford.

University of Vermont vs. Trinity,

"

Hartford.

6,

6

130


BELLA~l~r.

CLEMENT.

BRINLEY.

GLAZEBROOK

8TURTBVANT.

(CAPT . )

HENDERSON. MERRIAM.

£oll~g~ Bask~t

trinity

.;!.

Ball

t~am.

.;!.

CAPTAIN.

H. l\lcK.

GLAZEBROOK,

'00.

MANAGER.

G.

B lliN I.EY,

'01.

FORWARDS. I-l. McK. GLAZ IWROOK ,

'00.

F.

1~. STUHTEVANT,

1

01.

CENTER. jAMES I-lENDER>iON.

LEFT GUARD.

G.

BRINLEY,

RIGHT GUARD.

'01.

R.

SUBSTITUTES. M.

W.

CLE,\IENT,

'01.

E. 131

s.

MERRIA~f,

B. BELLA~Il'.

'02.


MCILVAINE. CLEMENT. HAIGHT. ARNOTT. GLAZEDROOK . SCHWARTZ, Capt. HRADIN . DRINES. BROWN. rRINCE.

1900

root Ball

TAYLOR.

C~am.

CAPTAIN,

D. L.

SCHWARTZ.

tb~ t~am. LINE,

Le.ft end, W. ARNOTT. Right gua?'d, - - - Le.ft tackle, J. K. CLE:UENT. Right tackle, M. G. HAIGHT. Le.ft guard, D. L. SCHWARTZ. Right end, J. W . B RADIN. Ce1zb路e, E. P. TAYLOR. QUARTER-BACK,

T. P. LEFT HALF- BACK, ;\I,

J.

BRINES.

BRowx.

FULL-BACK,

ll. McK .

GLAZERROOK ,

132

RIGHT HALF-BACK,

F. W.

PRINCE.


T I

BRAD IN. SCll\VAR'I'Z.

GLAZEnJlOOK . RRINES,

19oo

' !' AYLOR .

Capt.

Crack

PRINCE.

(~am.

CAPTAIN ,

l\1.

D. L. F. w .

J.

BRINES.

J. \\'.

ScHWARTz.

E.

PRI:-<CE.

H . 1cK.

GLAZEBROOK.

1 33

BRADIN.

P. T .HLOI!.


SCHWARTZ.

HO!~NOR.

BRA DIN.

MCIL\'AINE

Gl, AZEBIIOOK.

PRINCE.

19oo

BRINES. TAYLOR.

CLEMEN '!' .

ARNOTT.

Bas¢ Ball C¢am. CAPTAIN, H . flicK . GLAZEBROOK.

MANAGER,

J.

G. MclLYAJNE .

tb~ t~am . H. D.

McK. GLAZEiliWOK, c. B. jEWETT,

M . J.

w.

BRINES ,

A. S.

1 b.

2 b.

B. VoN H . ARUNilEL,"\ W. PRINCE, j3

F. R. H. Fox, \ f E. P . TAYLOR, {r. ·

TIT US,

A. ARNOTT,

b

D. L. K.

J.

.

p. s. S.

H. A. HORN O R, \V. BRADIN,

J. 134

I. f. c. f.

SCHWARTZ, CLEMENT,

l

JR., j 8 u

b s.


Otb¢r £lass (¢ams. Ball ttam.

'99 foot W.

B . S u TTON,

Captai11.

E. A . RICH,

B.

K. MoRSE,

E. S. DoBBIN,

F. C. INGALLS,

A . H. ONDERDONK ,

F.

S. BACON,

T. E .

J.

H. D.

GREEN,

A.

F.

s. BACO:-<,

MORSE,

E.

G. LITTELL,

c.

J. w.

Captain.

s. DOBBIN, J. w. NICHOLS, A. D.

A. RICH,

F.

c.

A.

H . 0:\IDERDONK ,

INGALLS,

VJDBERT.

Bast Ball ttam. H . K. DAVIS, Captain.

B . S UTTON,

H . D.

\V. NICHOLS,

G . LITTEL.L.

E.

E.

OWEN,

'99

J.

HENRY,

ADDIS,

H.

E.

VIBBERT,

track ttam.

'99 C. W. T. E. B. K .

D.

ADDIS,

GREEN,

\V . NICHOLS,

1901

F . S. BACON,

A.

D. VIBB E RT,

J.

B . BUN:\1 ,

E.

A. RICH,

B . K. MORS E ,

H.

c.

OWE N.

Bast Ball ttam. FIS K E,

Captain .

BELLAMY ,

\VATERMAN,

CLE ~IENT,

WHEELER ,

w.

McNE IL,

NICH OLS,

C. C. PECK,

P . BROWN,

R. E. P E CK ,

COO KE,

VAN DE \VA 'l' ER.

Ball ttam.

19o1 foot

C . C . P E CK,

Manager.

R . FISKE,

'vVATERl\IAN,

w.

VAN DE WATER,

McNEIL,

PowEL,

BELLAMY,

CooKE,

C.

WYNKOOP,

\V . M . NICHOLS .

H . WHEELER,

135

P.

BROWN,

BRINLEY,


1901

Pin

Ho~k~V t~am. Captain .

CooK,

R.

c. c. c. H.

FISKE,

McNEIL,

PECK,

R. E.

WHEELER,

BELLA~IY.

1901 tra~k

PECK,

ttam.

WATER~IA..'I,

EVANS,

POWEL,

BRINLEY,

:\ll'rCilELL,

STl' llTE\' .\NT .

Ball ttam.

1901 Bask~t \V. P.

Capt, '97-'9R.

BtWWN,

'98-'99.

BELLAMY,

Center,

Forwards,

BELLAMY.

Gum'ds,

BRINI. EY, CI. EMENT, \VALES.

Ball

1902 Bas~ I-LENnEnsoN,

l\1nCHEI.L, NICHOLS, DEllBY.

Captain.

t~am.

\VIIEELEil,

lJfanager.

CLAPP,

BACKUS,

BARTON,

GOODRII)GE,

WEIHE I.,

\VlliTE,

TuKE,

WALKE!~ ,

!TO WE,

JlYDE.

1902 Bask~t MERR!A~r. HENDERSON,

SYPIIAX,

1902

Ball

t~am.

Captain. !IILL,

CLAPP,

\VEED.

foot Ball ttam.

HENDERSON,

HILL.

BnADFIELn,

\VEinEL,

11ERHIAM,

11ACKUS,

BAil'I'ON,

TUKE.

S\'1'11.\X,

CLAP I',

\VEED .

1902 tra~k t~am. SYP!-IAX ,

TUKE,

MERRI.Hl,

Gooni~IIJGE,

CLAPP, HILL,

136

WALKER.


TRINITY

CottE~E

Cotf . CLUfi Pres ident, D. L .

ScnwARTz.

Treasurer,

E. P .

TAYLOJ!.

MEMBERS.

A. D.

T. G.

VJBBER 'r.

CASE.

c. A. s~IITH . E. s. DODUIN .

R. H. Fox.

H. A.

HORNOR.

W . 11.

F . W.

PR I NCE .

EATON.

G. T.

KENDAL.

S. W. CooK.

J.

CLEMENT.

0. J.

K.

A. S. Tnus .

P.

\V. C.

J. H.

HILL.

H.

s.

B!!ADFIELD.

137

S'L'OR \ '.

BARTON. MAGINNIS.


Officns of musical Organizations.

President. BnYA1'i KILLIKELLY l\lORSE.

Jltfanager.

Assistant lltfanager.

]OI路IN WILLIAMS NICHOLS.

]A~IES l\1ERRYMAN WALKER.

SEASON l 898-'99. CONCERTS A'f'

CATHEDRAL LYCEU711, AL

l\1 1 I

HALL,

ROCKVILLE.

13 9


trinity eontgt 61tt elub.

LEADER. MosEsJ . BRINES.

FIRST TENORS. M. J. BRINES,

'00.

R. B . GooDEN, '02.

E.

s.

CARSON,

'02.

SECOND TENORS. C.

W. HENR\' 0 '99.

J. W.

NICHOLS,

McK. GLAZEBROOK, '00.

H.

'99.

J.

K.

L.

R. BENSO:->, '99.

CLEMEKT,

'00.

FIRST BASSES.

A. D. VJUJJERT, '99. H.

D. WILSON, '01.

] . M. WALKELl, '0 1.

E.

G. LITTELL,

'99.

SECOND BASSES.

A. S. H.

WooDu: ,

'99 .

H.

A. HORNOR, '00.

S.

BRADFIELD,

'02.

G. G. BuRBANK , '01.

folltgt Quarttttt. M.

J.

L. R.

BRINES,

'00.

BENSON,

'99.

C. W.

HENRY,

'99.

G. G. BURBANK, H.

S.

BRAD F IELD,

141

'02 (sub.)

' 01.


Cb~

£oll~g~

trinity

mandolin £1ub.

Director, B R YAX KILLIKELLY ?\lORSE,

'99.

)f i rst 1\l n.ndolins, B.

K.

MORSE,

F.

w.

PR INCE,

J. K .

'99.

0 . P.

J.

'00.

CLEMEN'!',

·oo.

G.

0 . j.

CO L LOQUE,

'99.

Mc i L VA INE,

'00.

STO RY ,

'01.

Secuncl 1\l a n flolin s,

A. D.

V IRB ERT,

'99.

C.

II.

WH EELER,

'01.

\ V. H .

WH EELER,

1\Iantloh:t,

J. H.

MAG INN IS,

'02.

V io lin,

D. L.

SCH \\' ARTZ,

'00.

Ce llo.

A. T.

McCooK,

'02.

G uita r s,

L. R.

BENSON,

'99.

A.

143

S. WooDLE,

'99.

'02 .


Royal €gyptian String

Oct~tt~,

Ot·ganized A. D. 11S79 .

Jjonorary mtmbns. HOFF~IAN MILLER.

H.

R.

THOMPSON.

H. BoARD~IAN.

S. B. P. TIWWDRIUGE.

W.

R. H.

NELSON .

H. S . MART IKDAL E.

C . A. APPLETON.

E . B.

B ULKELEY.

R.

G. P. INGERSOLL.

W. D. McCRACKAN .

C. W. Bow~IAN.

A.

R.

G.

H.

HILLS.

H. T. GREENLEY.

C.

H.

TALCOTT.

C . A. LEWIS.

P. BURG\VIN.

J. R.

BACON.

E. BURTON .

H. PARRISH.

c.

T. H. YARDLEY.

C.

J. w. LEWIS.

w.

E. F. BuRKE.

E. DEK. LEFFINGWELL.

TROWORIDGE.

C. D . WIT.LSON.

s.

F . P. jOHNSON.

\V. W . VIDBERT.

F. I.

VERMILYE.

P.

R. I-I.

MACAULEY.

E. PARSONS.

J.

DEF. HICKS.

0 . T. PAINE.

:\L i\1. SIBLEY.

H.

G. S. McCooK.

G. E. COGSWELL.

E. C. BEECROFT.

J.

J.

hl. R.

L. G. REYNOLDS.

H.

S. CARTER.

CARTWRIGHT.

SALT US.

McCooK.

G . BARBOUR .

H. PAGE, JR . D. PLIMPTON.

BANJOS.

J. H. K. W. H.

'!.JD. '99.

J. W.

DA YIS,

EATON,

R . II.

NICHOLS, Fox,

'99.

'00.

DULCIMER.

w. B.

SUTTON,

'99.

SACKBUT.

J. K.

CLE~IENT,

PSHAWMS.

'00.

TI!EO. CASE,

CORNET. A.

R.

VAN DE WATER.

Freshmen may come and Seniors may go But yet there remains the R. E. S. 0 .

144

'00.


*THE CHEMICAL PRIZE ESSAY.

First Prize,

Thomas Emmett Addis.

Second Prize,

Aubrey Darrell Vibbert.

TuTTLE PRJZE EssAY,

Alexander Pratt, Jr.

PRJZE VERSION DECLAMATION,

Albert Morey Sturtevant.

GooDwiN GREEK PRIZES.

First Prize,

Francis Raymond Sturtevant.

Second Prize,

Aubrey Henry Derby.

PRIZES IN HISTORY AND POLITICAL SciENCE.

First Prize,

[Not awarded.]

Second Prize,

Alexander Pratt, Jr.

HoLLAND PRIZE ScHOLARSHn>s.

/

Harold Loomis Cleasby

In the Class of 1899,

and Frank Arthur McElwain.

divided between In the Class of 1900,

[Not awarded.]

In the Class of 1901,

Frank Halsey Foss. Anson Theodore McCook.

HARTFORD ADMITTITUR PRIZE,

*The Prizes are arranged in the order of their foundation.

146


i\'lODERN LANGUAGE PRIZES.

First Prize,

Albert Morey Sturtevant.

Second Prize,

Theodore Henry Parker.

ALUMNI PRIZES IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION.

Harold Loomis Cleasby. Woolsey McAlpine Johnson. Frank Arthur McElwain. Victor Forrest Morgan. Alexander Pratt, Jr. The winners of the Alumni Prizes were competitors for the FRANK

W.

WHITLOCK PRIZES.

First Prize,

Frank Arthur McElwain.

Second Prize,

Woolsey McAlpine Johnson.

THE DOUGLAS PRIZE,

Alexander Pratt, Jr.

THE METAPHYSICAL PRIZE,

Philip Cook.

THE MACKAY-SMITH PRIZES.

First Prize,

[Not awarded.]

Second Prize,

Simon Lewis Tomlinson.

147


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S~nior

Honorary

Soti~tv.

Jfctio~ m~mb~rs.

President, A. D. VIBBERT. Secretary and Treasurer, ].

A. S. F. S.

WOODLE.

J. H.

K.

W. NrcHOLS.

E. A. RICH. E. G. LIYJ'ELL. B. K. MoRsE.

BACON. DAVIS.

6raduat~ m~mb~rs. Allen, Edwin Stanton, ' 9-1-. Austin, W. M ., '98. Barbour, Henry Grosvenour, '96. Barton, Charles Clarence, '93. Bate , Robert Peck, '93. Beecroft, Edgar Charles, '97. Broughton, Charles DuBois, '95. Bulkeley, Johu Charles, '93. Carter, J. S., '98. Carter, Lawson Averell, '93. Carter, Shirley, '94. Churchman, Clarke, '93. Coggeshall, Murray Hart, '96. Cogswell, George Ed war<;!, '97. Collins, William French, '93. Cullen, James, Jr., '93 . Danker, Walton Stoutenburgh, '97. Davis, Cameron Josiah, '94. Dingwall, Harrie Renz, '95. Edgerton, Francis Cruger, '9-!-. Edgerton, John Warren, '94. Ellis, George William, '94. Graves, D. C., '98. Greenley, Howard Trescott, '94. Hamlin, Edward Percy, '95. Hartley, George Derwent, ' 93. Hubbard, Louis DeKoven, '93.

Langford, Archibald Morrison, '97. Langford, William Spaight, Jr., '96. Lewis, John William, '93. Lord, ]. W., '98. Lockwood, Luke Vincent, '93. Macauley, Richard Henry, '95. McCook, George Sheldon, '97. Niles, William Porter, '93. Olcott, William Tyler, '96. Paine, Ogle Tayloe, '96. Page, John Henry, '97 . Parsons, Edgerton , '86. Pearce, Reginald, '93. Pelton, Henry Hubbard, '93. Penrose, John Jesse, Jr., '95. Remsen, H. R , '98. Reynolds, L. G., ' 9 . Schiitz, Walter Stanley, '94. Sparks, William Albert, ' 97. Strawbridge, John, '95. Taylor, Charles Edward, '94. Vibbert, William Welsh, '94. Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew, '95. Weed, Charles Frederick, '94. Willson, William Croswell Doane, '93. Wilson, George Hewson, '93. Wolfenden, Richard Henry, '93 . 149


President,

BRYAN KlLLIKELLY MoRSE.

Vice President,

AUBREY DARRELL VIRHERT.

Secretary and Treasurer,

HASLETT McKrM GLAZEBROOK.

MEMBERS. G. BRINLEY,

\Y.

J.

'01.

P. BROWN,

'01.

R. E. PECK, '01. A.

A. D. VIBBERT,

R. VAl< DE WATER, '01.

F. S. BACON,

W. C . HILL,

'99. '99.

'00.

M. G. HAIGHT,

'99.

CRANSTON BRENTON,

\V. NICHOLS, '99.

W. B. SUTTON,

'00.

H. McK. GLAZEBROOK,

'99 .

D . S . CoRSON,

'99.

J.

G. MciLVAINE,

'00.

W. H. EATON,

'99.

D. L. SCHWARTZ,

'00.

E. G. LITTELL, B. K. MORSE,

E. P. TAYLOR,

'99.

F.

'99.

w.

PRINCE,

'00.

'00. '00.

LEA DERS.

First German,

M. G. HAIGHT,

J.

'99 .

Second Germa n,

B. K. MORSE,

Tbird German,

H. McK. GLAZEBROOK,

Fourtb German,

C.

Fiftb German,

J.

Sixtb German,

E. P. TAYLOR,

BRENTON,

W. C. HILL, '00.

'00.

'99.

G. MciLVAINE,

'00.

'00.

151

'00.

W . NICHOLS,

'99.

D. L . SCHWARTZ,

'00.

W.

H. EATON,

'99.

F.

W. PRINCE,

'00.

F.

s. BACON, '99.


trinity W¢¢k.

Tuesday, February 7th.

THIRD TRINITY GERMAN.

LEADERS.

H. McK.

GLAZEDROOK,

D. L.

'00.

ScHWARTz.

'00.

Wednesday, February Stb,

COLLEGE TEA, in Alumni Hall, from 4 to 6

P.

M.

Held under the management of the Junior Ball Committee.

Thursday, February 9th,

"PISTOLS FOR TWO." "ONE TOUCH OF t\ATURE." Given by the Jesters, assisted by the Mandolin Club. The play was fo11owed by dancing.

152


junior Ball GIVEN BY THE CLASS OF 1900.

Con1mjttee.

DAVID Lours ScHWARTZ, Chairmmt.

SIMON LEWIS ToMLINSON, Sec'y atzd T1路eas.

JoHN G!LBER'.r MciLVAINE.

MONROE GLEASON HAIGHT.

HASLET'拢 McKn.1 GLAZEBROOK.

FREDERICK WELLES PRINCE.

Patrouefoises.

Mrs. F. H. Adriance.

Mrs. J. H. Hall.

l\[rs. H. C. Robinson.

Mrs. F. B. Allen.

Mrs. J. R. Hawley.

Mrs. J. H. Root.

Mrs. L. A. Barbour.

Mrs. J. l\1. Holcombe.

Mrs. J. H. Rose.

Mrs. C. C. Beach.

Mrs. F. L. Howard.

Mrs. G. H. Seyms.

Mrs. T. B. Beach.

Mrs. P. H. Ingalls.

Mrs. R. N. Seyms.

Mrs. J. W. Bradin.

Mrs. T. G. Littell.

Mrs. P. L. Stan-.

Mrs. C. B. Brewster.

Mrs. F. L. Luther.

Mrs. S. B. St. John.

Mrs. J. C. Bulkeley.

Mrs. C. H. Lawrence.

Mrs. G. W. Smith.

Mrs. Robert Buell.

Mrs. J. J. McCook.

Mrs. G. R. Shepherd.

Mrs. H. B. Cheney.

Mrs. Frederick W. Prince.

Mrs. W. C. Skinner.

Mrs. F. R. Cooley.

Mrs. William Porter, Jr.

Mrs. C. A. Taft.

Mrs. H. L. Corwin.

Mrs. W. H. C. Pynchon.

Mrs. M. D. Thompson.

Mrs. R. W. Cutler.

Mrs. Francis Parsons.

Mrs. J. H. Twitchell.

Mrs. G. H. Day.

Mrs. E. W. Perkins.

Mrs. E. P. Taylor. Mrs. David Van Schaack.

Mrs. G. W. Ellis.

Miss Phelps.

Mrs. C. N. Flagg.

Mrs. George Perkins.

Mrs. E. S. VanZile.

Mrs. Henry Ferguson.

Mrs. H. S. Redfield,

Mrs. A. H. Washburn.

Mrs. C. C. Goodrich.

Mrs. George Roberts.

Mrs. G. G. Williams.

Mrs. Francis Goodwin.

Mrs. W. L. Robb.

Mrs. G. C. F. Williams.

153


missionary SOCi¢ty. Founded 1832.

"Pro Christo et Ecclesia." Christmas Term, 1898.

President, C. W. Vice President, J. Secretary, J. G.

MciLVAINE.

Senior Chaplai11,

K. DAVIS.

Treasttrer,

REv.

Jtmior Chaplain,

HENRY.

H.

T. R.

E.

G.

PYNCHON, D.D.,

LITTELL,

'99.

'41.

REV. HENRY FERGUSON.

Trinity Term, 1899.

Presidmt, J. W. Vice President, Secretary,

E.

G.

LITTELL,

Se11ior Chaplain,

F.

NICHOLS,

Treasttrer, G. H.

'99. REv.

Junior Chaplain,

'99.

A. McELWAIN, '99 .

T. R.

PYNCHON, D.D.,

REv. HE:rmv FERGUSON.

154

'41.

HOLDEN.


Chaplain, The President of the College.

oran of

s~r"lt~s .

ObUgatory.

Daily: Morning Prayer, 8.30 A. M. Ash Wednesday and Good Friday: 9.15

Sunday: 9.15 A. M. Ascension Day: 8.30

A. M.

A. M

Voluntary.

Sunday: Holy Communion, 8 A. M. Lent: Daily, 11.55 A.M. (Litany.) Ho ly Week : 11.55 A. M., 9 P. M. Thanksgirâ&#x20AC;˘ing Day: 10.30 A. M. Daily: Morning or Evening Prayer.

fbolr.

fbap~J Leader, E. G. L ITTELL. WOODLE. WALKER. CLEMENT.

HORNOR. BExsoN. PRlNCE. VIBBERT.

LITTELL. GLAZElJROOK. Fox. SCHWARTZ. MciLVAINE. P. COLLOQUE.

Organist, 0. Chapel Monitors, A. H. ONDERDONK, 155

D.

S. CORSON.

BR INES. T ITUS. WILSON.


Cb~ j~st~rs. Staff. Stage 1\Ianager. HARRY ARCHER HoRNOR.

J.

MERRYMAN WALKER.

Business 1\'launger. WILLI AM H. EATON.

Assistant Business 1\lauager. JoHN

D.

EvANS.

Executive Co•nmittee.

Chairman, II.

w.

Secretary,

A. HORNOR. H. EATON.

A. S. Tnus.

M.

J.

BRINES.

C. BRENTON.

1\[eJnbers. CRANSTON BRENTON,

J.

J.

G. MciLVA INE, '00. H. A . HORNOR, '00. J. W. N ICHOLS. '99. G. T. KENDA.L, '99.

'99.

'00. A. S. TITUS, '00. J. M. WALKER, '01. M.

BRINES,

157


£asts. ~

'' On~

~

toucb Of

natur~.' '

A DR.UIA IN 0 'E ACT.

CAST. MR. WILLIAM PENHOLDER ...... .. ...... .... .................. ................ MOSES J . BRINES, '00. MR. BEAUMONT FLETCHER ... ... ...... .... ..... ......................... CRANSTON BRENTON, '99. (A Barrister and Dramatic Author.) 1R. BELGRAVE ..... ....... ...... ... .... .. .... ............ .............. ..... ..... ... .. . { ~~L~~ J~R~~~~.s, ,~g?· JONES ...... .. .. ... ... ...... .. ..... ........................ .... .. ...... .......... ... .... ... { ~~R~~ S~~~~~N,~~·. '00. (Porter, etc., to the Adelphi Chambers.) M ISS CONSTANCE BELMOUR ............. .............................. .. . .JAM ES M. WALKER, '01. ScENE-Fletcher's Chambers in the Adelphi.

"Pistols for two." A COMEDY IN ONE AcT. CAST. MAJOR ALLPUFF .. ................. .............. .................. ........... ... .CRANSTON BRENTON, (Matrimonially inclined.) CAPTAIN HARRY WILDER ................ ............ .. ....... ..... ............ . HARRY A. HORNOR, (His ephew.) COLONEL SHAW .. ....... ... ..... ........... ................................... .......... ... MOSES J. BRINES, (An Obstinate Father.) KATHARINE ... .... .. ....... .. ....... ······························ ·· ·········· { J. MERRYMAN WALKER, G. T. KENDAL, '99. (The Colonel's Daughter.) ScENE-A Room in Colonel Shaw's Country Residence.

'99. '00. '00. '01.

"Jfll In a fog." A FARCE IN ONE AcT. CAT. Mn. SIMONIDES SWANHOPPER .. .................................. ...... TOIIN G. MciLVAINE, (A ?\1 odel Young Bachelor.) LAWRENCE LAVENDER ... .............. ..... ..... ......... ......... .. .......... ALFRED B. Q AILE, (A Valet from Mayfair.) MR. BLOOMFIELD BRAMBLETON .............. ............. ..... FRANK S. MoREHOUSE, (A Country Gentleman.) CICELY ............. ... .......... .. ... .. ...... .. ....... .................. .... ................ .jOHN w. NICHOLS, (Brambleton's Daughter.) MATILDA JANE ........ ................ ·· ···· ·· ·················· ... .. ............. GEORGE T. KENDAL, (A" Superior" Housemaid.) SCENE-A Parlor in Brambleton Hall.

' 00. ' 02. '01. '99. '99.

AL UMNI HALL ............. December 20, 1898. LAKEWOOD, N.J. ............ . March 17, 1899. PROSPECT CASINO ...... .January 19, 1, 99. EAsT HAHTFOilD, CoxN .... April 13, 1899. TniNITY WEEK ...... ... .. February 9,1899 . FA t<MJNGTON, CoNN ..... . ... April20, 1899. NEw YoRK, N. Y............ May 9, 1899. 158


691

tbt J;onorary Jrattrnity of Kappa Beta Phi, Founded in 1776,

Jlt marv and Williams eontgt. $$

){on or

Unlt~a Ebapt~rs.

ALPHA OF GREAT BRITATN,

Trinity College, Cambridge.

ALPHA OF IRELAND,

Trinity College, Dublin.

ALPHA OF FRANCE, .

Ecole de Beaux Arts, Paris.

BETA OF FRANCE,

Emynxt University.

ALPHA OF 1LI.SSACHl' SETTS,

Smith College.

BETA OF MASS ACHUSETTS,

Wellesley College.

GAMMA OF MASSACHUSETTS,

H a rvard Annex .

ALPHA OF CONNECTICUT,

Trinity.

BETA OF CONNECTICUT,

Wesleyan University.

ALPHA OF NEW YORK,

Wells College.

BETA OF NEW YORK,

Vassar.

GAMMA OF NEW YORK,

Sage College, Cornell University.

DELTA OF NEW YORK,

Xymtba College.

EPSILON OF NEW YORK,

Blypqksm University.

ZETA OF NEW YORK,

Dnjlucix Institute.

ETA OF ~EW YORK,

Qvltjmin.

THETA OF NEW YORK,

Lytnqbmp Atlj o .

IOTA OF

Combinojint

EW YORK,

ALPHA OF PENNSYLVANIA,

Bryn Mawr.

BETA OF PENNSYLVANIA,

Nowhereatal.

BETA OF GERMANY,

Heidelberg.

ALPHA OF R USSIA ,

University of Mskovitchjski .

ETA OF CHINA, OMEGA OF jAPAN,

niversity of Shang h a i. University ofTo ki o .


091:

Chartered 1889.

OffltUS. President, F. S.

BACON.

Vice President, F, C.

SMITH.

Secretary and Treasurer, A. S.

WOODLE.

Class of 1899. MORSE.

DAVIS.

MECHTOLD.

EATON.

SuTTON.

0NDErWONK.

INGALLS.


'69 Club .;!.

.;!.

Vice-President,]. G.

President, R. H. Fox, '00.

Secretary and Treasurer, C. A.

SMITH,

MclL\'AINE,

'00.

'99.

6raauatt mtmbtrs. A. C. ll all, '88. C. I. Maury, '91. G. T. Macauley, '90. G. P. Coleman, '90 . D. Van Schaack, '91. A. H. Sibley, '92. S. F. Jarvis, '89. M. R. Wright, '91. W. E. A. Bulkeley, '90. R. H. Hutchins, '90. E. B. Finch, '91. F. B. Fuller, '92. R. S. Saltus, '92. W. P. Niles, '93. J. C. Bulkeley, '93. C. L . Bowie, '93. ]. W. Lewis, '93.

J.

W. H. Eaton , '99. B. K. Morse, '99. C. Smith, '99.

A. D. Vibbert, '99. A. Arnott, '00. P. L. Bryant, '00.

Cullen, Jr., '93. B. Parker, '93. W. C. D. Wilson, '93. R. P. Bates, '93. G. W. Ellis, '94. W. W. Vibbert, '94. R. S. Graves, '94. C. F. Weed, '94. F. C. Edgerton, '94. J. \V. Edgerton, '94. R. P. Parker, '94. E. C. Wagner, '94. E. F. Burke, '95. D. Willard, '95. R. F. Welsh, '95. F. S. Burrage, '95. II. R. Dingwall, '95.

R. H. 1\lacauley, '95. John Strawbridge, '95. F. R. Young, '95. E. P . Hamlin, '95 . F. Macd. Goddard, '96. C. S. Morris, '96 E. Parsons, '96. L. L. Leonard, '96. P. Cook, '98. A. S. Woodle, '98. D. C. Graves, '98. M. R. Cartwright, '98. J. S. Carter, '98. F. A. Balch, '98. A. L . Ellis, '98. L. G. Reynolds, '98.

JWIO¢ mtmbtrs.

161

S. W. Coons, '00. H. McK. Glazebwok, '00. W. C. Hill, '00. A. C. Hall, '00.


Xec tc poeniteat c.<1./amo trir,isse labellum.

ISS6. lieeJl ers of the Pipe of V'eace \Vhol'le nan1es are cut on the box.

H. l\I. Gregory, '56. S. McConihe, '56. H. W. Kloppenburg, '58. ] . E. i\Iears, '58. T. B. Sexton, '60. W. H. Tibbits, '61. L. K. Storrs, '63. N. B. Dayton, '63. G. M. Stanley, '68. H. S. Carter, '69. H. Van B. Kissam, "69 . B. E. Backus, '70. j. K. Stout, '70. W . Drayton, '71. D. P. Cotton, '71. G. C. Burgwin, '72. .J. T. Bowditch, '73.

C. E. Craik, ' 74. T. L. Stedmau, '74.

L. H. Paddock, '88. E. N. Scott, '89. E. B. Bulkeley, '90. G. \V. Sargent, '90. T. L. Elwyn, '92. T. H . Yardley, '92. L. D. Hubbard, '93. G. D. Hartley, '93. F. C. Edgerton, '94. H. T. Greenley, '9,1,. F. S . Burrage, '95. C . DuB. Broughton, '95 . De F. Hicks, '96 . E. W. Robinson, '96. E. F. Waterman, '98. H . R. Remsen , '98.

H. E. Whitney, '74. W. R. Blair, '75. W.]. Roberts, '75. E. N. Burke, '76. B. E. Warner, '76. W. E. Roget路s, '77. B. F. H. Shreve, '78. 0 . Buffington, '79. 0. Holway, '80. C. Carpenter, '82. J. R. Cunningham, '85. C. G. Child, '86. C. H . Tibbits, '87. F. D. Whitcomb, '87 . ]. W . R. Crawford, '88. Present Keepers, J. W. Nichols, '99;]. II. K. Davis. '99.

162


trinity £oll¢g¢ £oon £tub.

[As every member voted for himself, no officers were elected.]

]\[embers.

A. D.

VIBBERT,

M . G.

'99.

C. H . WHEELER, '01.

]. M.

163

HAIGHT,

H UDSON ,

' 00.

'01.


Sopbomor~

Dining £1ub.

Founded by the Cl a ss of '99.

f¢bruarv 1s, 1897. ~

D. s. C ORSON, '99. ]. H. K. DAVIS, '99. C . B . HEDRICK, '99. G . T. KENDAL, '99. E. G. L ITTELL, '99. B. K. MOR SE, '99 . A. D. V I BBERT, '99. H. D. GREEN, '99. W. C. H ILL, '00. H. A. HORNOR, '00. D. B . jEWETT, '00. r. G. Mc i LYAINE, '00. ·F. W. Prul\CE, '00.

~

G-rad uate Members.

D.

L. SCHWARTZ,

w. H . EATON, '99. ]. W. NICHOLS. '99.

A. H. ONDERDONK, '99. H . c. OWEN, '99. E. A. RICH, '99. E . K. STERLING, '99 . w. B. SUTTON, '99 . J. W. BRADIN, '00. T. P. BROWNE, Jr., '00. R. H. Fox, '00. S . R. FULLER, Jr. , '00. H . McK. GLAZEBROOK, '00. M. G . HAIGHT, '00. '00.

Active 1\I embers.

W. ]. McNEIL. J. D. EYA:-<S. A. R. VAN DE WATER .

H . H. Ruoo. R. F ISKE. C. H. WHEELER. M. CLEMENT. ]. M. H UDSON . H . D. W I LSON, Jr.

w.

]. M. WALKER. R. E. PECK . P. BROWN.

w.

Dinner s .

1st. March 24, 2d . May 27, 3d. June 22, .

At Me rrill's Hotel. At Koch's. At Merrill's Hotel.

164


19oo from 19o2. February 11, 1899.

suppn at Hotd Russwln, New Britain, Conn.

toasts.

H.

S.

Toastmaster,

F. W.

CLAPP,

1900,

A. T.

McCooK,

Athletics,

H. Mch:.

The Ladies,

D. L.

Dear Old Trinit;' ,

M. G.

HAIGHT.

'02,

H. A.

HoRNOR.

'02. '02 .

GLAZEBROOK.

ScHWARTZ.

E.

BRADFLELD.

A. H.

WEED.

165

B. GOODR ICH .


Sopbomor¢ Dining £1ub. Founded by the Class of '99.

r~bruarv ,J:

D. s. CORSON, '99 . ]. H. K. DAVIS, '99. C. B. HEDRICK, '99. G. T. KENDAL, '99. E. G. LITTELL, '99. B. K. MORSE, '99. A. D. VlllBERT, '99. H. D. GREEN, '99. W. C. HILL, '00. H. A. HORNOR, '00. U. B. jEWETT, '00. r. G. MclLYAINE, '00. ·F. W. PRINCE, '00.

1s, 1897. ,J:

G-r;uluate 1\lenJbe l's.

w. H. EATON, '99. J. W. NICHOLS. '99. A. H. ONDERDONK, '99. H . c. OWEN, '99. E. A. RrcH, '99. E . K. STERLING, '99. W. B. SuTToN, '99. J. W . BRADIN, '00. T. P. BROWNE, Jr., '00. R. H. Fox, '00. S. R . FULLER, Jr., '00.

D. L.

H . McK. GLAZEBROOK, M. G. HAIGHT, '00. SCHWARTZ,

'00.

Active 1\Iembers.

W.].

McNEIL.

H. H. RUDD.

]. D. EVANS. A. R. VAN DE WATER.

J.

R. FISKE.

M. WALKER. PECK. P. BROWN.

R. E.

w.

Dinners.

1st. March 24, 2d. May 27, 3d. June 22, .

C. H. WHEELER. M. W. CLEMENT. J. M. HUDSON. H. D. WrL ON,

Jr.

At Merrill's Hotel. At Koch's. At Merrill's Hotel.

164

'00.


190o from 1902. February 11, 1899.

New Britain, Conn.

toasts. Toastmaster,

F.

w.

CLAPP,

1900,

A. T .

Athletics,

H.

The Ladies,

D. L.

Dear Old Trinity,

M. G. HAIGHT.

'02,

H. A.

£ommltt~~

of

'02.

McCooK,

'02.

McK. GLAZEBROOK. SCHWARTZ.

HORNOR.

Jfrrang~m~nts.

H. S. BRADFIELD .

E. A. H.

WEED.

165

B. GOODRICH .


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s.

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BACON .

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J. w. BRAU!N . M. J. BR INES. J. H . K. DAYIS.

A. H.

ONDERDONK.

F . \V.

PRJNCE.

H. McK. GLAZEBROOK.

E. A.

C. W.

D. L. SC II WARTZ.

HENRY.

H. A.

HORNOR .

T.

KENDAL.

E. G.

LITTELL.

G.

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w.

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MORSE.

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166


MEMBERS,

12.

167


trinity Roll of Honor. R. W. HUNTINGTON, '64-Colonel of Marines, U. S. A.

HENRY SWIFT, '68-Chaplain, Eighth Regiment, U. S. A. EDWARD BIDDLE WATTS, '73-Lieutenant Colonel, Eighth Pennsylvania. BENJAMIN STARK, JR., '79-First Lieutenant and Quartermaster, Fourth Infantry, U.S. V. DAVID L. FLE.MMING, ' SO-Chaplain, First Colorada Volunteers. F . E. JOHNSON, '84-Battalion Adjutant, First Connecticut. A. H. ANDERSON, '87-Company H, Tenth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. E. BRAINARD BULKLEY, '90-Paymaster, U. S. N.

] . G. McCooK, '90-Assistant Surgeon, U.S. V. A. H. SIDLEY, '92-0n "Yosemite, " U. S.N. 0. G. HAMMOND, '92-Captain, First New Hampshire, U. S. V. W. J ..\1ILLER, '92-Sixth Massachusetts, U. S. V. WJLL I A~I BowiE, '93-First Lieutenant, Fifth Maryland, U.S. V. <tlarke <tburcbman, '93-Second Lieutenant, U. S. A. E. D. LEFFINGWELL, '95-Quartermaster, U. S. S. "Oregon." ]. STRAWRRIDGE, ' 95-"City Troop " A, Philadelphia.

J. M. WAINWRIGHT, '95-Captain-Adjuta nt, First Connecticut, . S. V. E . F . BuRKE, ' 95-"Rough Riders," U. S. V. 168


I~.

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i3 T: A 1\.VA!_T'-I o N CL-v-b mtmbtrs. President,

jAMES \VATSON BRADIN.

Vice-President, JOHN GILBERT MciLVAINE. Secretary and T reasurer, EDWIN PEMBERTON Private, FREDERICK WELLES PRINCE. ~~

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)jOUStS :

FENWICK,

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170

TAYLOR.


President,

J. H.

1(. DAVIS.

Secretary and Treasurer,

W.

J. H. B.

W.

A.

D. VIBBERT.

MeA. JoHNSON.

NICHOLS ,

H. McK. GLAZEBROOK,

D. GREEN,

]. G. MciLVAINE,

K. MORSE,

W.

R. H. Fox,

C. HILL,

]. K. CLEl\lEN'l', J.

I-I.

MAGINNIS.

171


ÂŁoll~g~ 1836.

marsbals.

Pliny A. Jewett.

1868. Joseph B. Cheshire.

1837. Albert Dodd.

18 69.

1838. George W. Beers.

George E. Elwell.

1870. D. Page Cotton. 1871. Jno. W. Gray.

1839. Thomas T. Guion. 1840. C. B. Varley.

1872. Russell Murray.

1841. George R. Hall.

1873.

1842. Francis J. Clerc. 1843. John G. Sterling. l 844. Samuel Flower.

1874. Charles D. Scudder. 1875. Henry H. Brigham. 1876. J. Ellis Kurtz.

1845. James B. Wakefield . 1846. David F. Lumsden.

1877. R . B. Brundage. 18 78. Wm. N. Elbert.

1847. William C. Peters. 1 48. Edward H. Brinley. 1849. Samuel Sherman.

1879. Henry C. Lovebridge. 1880. Wm . B. Nelson.

1 50. 1851. 1852. 1853. 1854. 1 55. 1856.

1882. ]. Eldred Brown.

1881.

Charles E. Terry. James W. Smyth. A. Hamilton Polk. J. Gardiner White. W. Butler Krumbhaar. Jared Starr. Sidney Hall.

1 883.

L. M. Plumer.

Charles H. Carter. E. S. Van Zile.

1884. S. S. Mitchell. 1885. E. B. Hatch . 1886.

W. B. Olmsted .

1887. W. F. Morgan, Jr. 1888. E. N. Scott.

1857. John H. S. Quick.

1889.

1858. Samuel B. Warren .

1890. T. P. Thurston.

E. McP. McCook.

1859. Wm. G. Davies.

1891. William Joseph Miller.

1860. Wm. B. Tibbits. 1861. G. W . Hugg.

1892.

1862. 1 63. 1864. 1865.

William French Collins.

1893. Robert Prescott Parker. 18!:14. John Moore McGann.

John J . McCook. Thomas R. Ash. C. T. Olmsted. Charles Wanzer.

1895. Wm. Speaight Langford, Jr. 1896. James Watson Lord. 1897. James Watson Lord.

1866. Henry K . Huntington.

1898.

11'67. Howard C. Vibbert.

172

Elton Gardiner Littell.


Ual¢didorians and Salutatorians in trinity ~OII¢gt 1827. Isaac E. Crary. s. Samuel C. Goldsborough. 1828. v. Henry G. Smith. s. William H. Walter. 1829. V. Joshua G. Wright. s. Samuel S. Lewis. 1830. v. Augustus F. Lyde. s. Isaac W. Hallam.

v.

1831. Nathaniel E. Cornwall. s. Joseph R. Eccleston. 1832. v. E. Edwards Beardsley. s. John W. French. 1833. v. Hugh L. Morrison . s. Edward Hardyear. 1834. v. William Payne. s. Solomon G. Hitchcock. 1835. v. Robert Tomes. s. Ed ward Van Deusen. 1836. V. James H. Elliott. s. Isaac H. Tuttle. 1837. v. Abner Jackson. s. John T. Cushing.

v.

1838. Charles Gillette. s. Cyrus Munson. 1839. v. Isaac G. Hubbard. s. Nathaniel 0. Cornwall. 1840. v. Robert B. Fairbairn. s. Vandervoort Bruce. 1841. V fWilliam H. Frisbie. "lHenry D. Noble. s. Thomas R. Pynchon. 1842. v. George Rossiter. s. Henry C. Preston. 1843. v. Thomas S. Preston. s. George Ker. 1844. v. David P. Sanford. s. Tilton E. Doolittle. 1845. v. Robert C. Rogers. S. John A. Paddock. 1846. v. John W. Bacon. s. Samuel M. Whiting. 1 47. v. Samuel Benedict. s. George S. Gilman. 1848. v. Benj. H . Paddock. S. Nath. N. Belden.

v.

173

1 49. John M. Atwood. s. George W. Giddings. 1850. v. John T. Huntington. S. Daniel E. Loveridge. 1851. v. Charles]. Hoadly. S. Alex. G. Cummings. 1852. v. Lucius H. Jones. s. Francis Chase.

v.

1853. Alfred L. Brewer. s. William G. Spencer. 1854. v. George D. Johnson. s. James H. WilJiams. 1855. V. Luke A. Lockwood. s. Edwin C. BolJes. 1 56. v. Daniel E. Holcomb. S. Samuel F. Hotchkin. 1857. v. Samuel Herman. s. George B. Hopson. 1 58. v. George S. Mallory. s. William H. Vibbert. 1 59. v. Samuel B. Warren. s. Edwin E. johnson.

v.


1860. 1873. 1886. \'. Charles H . W. Stocking. V. Leonard W. Richardson. V. Herman Lilienthal. S. Augustus Jackson. S. Oliver H. Raftery. S. William J. Tate. 1861. 1874. 1887. V. Arthur W. Allen . \ ' . Edward N. Dickerson. V. Orin A. Sands. S. A. B. Jennings. S. Jam~s D. Smyth. S. William A. Beardsley . 1862. 1875. 1888. V. James B. Murray. \'. George M. Hubbard . \ '. Lewis H. Paddock. S. George W. Hugg. S. Edward W. Worthington. S. Charles E. Purdy. 1863. 1876. 18 9. V. JohnS. Smith. V. Isaac Heister. \' . Willard Scudder. S. W. N. Ackley. S. Charles E. Moore. S. Joseph W. Fell. 1864. 1877. 1890. V. Robert A. Benton. \". Charles C. Edmunds, Jr. \' . Clifford S. Griswold. S. Joseph F. Ely. S. John Prout. S. William H. C. Pynchon. 1865. 1878 . 1891. V. Charles T. Olmsted. V. John D. Hills. V. Harry Howard. S. EdwardS. Johnson. S. John G. Williams. S. Charles Herbert Young. 1866. 1879. 1892. V. Samuel Hart. \". Alfred Harding. V. Albert Crabtree. S. Henry A. Metcalf. S. James S. Ca rpenter. S. Romily F . Humphries. 1867. 1880. 18 93. V. William R. Mackay. \'. T . M. N. George. \". March Chase Mayo. S. George G. Nichols. S. S. Lorin Webster. S. Robert l'eck Bates. 1868. 1881. 1 94. V. FrankL. Norton. \ ' . ]. Russell Parsons. \ '. Nathan T olles Pratt. S. Frank H. Potts. S. Charles W. Jones. S. Cameron Josiah Da vis. 1869. 1882. 1895. V. George 0. Holbrooke. \'. Sea vet路 M . Holden. V. Edward Myron Yeomans. S. Arthur McConkey. S. John H . McCrackan. S. Sydney Key EYans. 1870. 1883. 1896. V. G~orge McC . Fiske. V. R. T . Reineman . V. George Nahum Holcombe. S. Harlow R. Whitlock. S. J. E. Brown . S. George Blodgett Gilbert. 1871. 1884. 1R97. V. George W . Douglass. V. H~nry R. Neely . V. Hermann von W. Schulte. S. Chauncey C. Williams. S. William S. Barrows. S. Johu Robut Benton. 1872. 1885. 1898. \'. Paul Zeigler. V. H. B. Loomis. V. \VoolseyMcAlpinejohnson. S. James H . George. S. Robert Thorn. S. Albert Morey Sturtevant.

174


£lass Day of tb¢ £lass of 1899. ] unt 28, 1899.

jOHN HENRY KELSO DAVlS, joHN WILLIAMS NicHOLs,

.Presidt:nt.

Historian .

CnANSTON BRENTON,

FRANK ARTHUR McELWAIN, AuoREY DARRELL VmBERT,

Presenter.

Poet.

Orato1·.

ELTON GARDINER LITTELL,

Statistician.

e ommltttts. C lass Day. DA \"I S.

BACON.

RICH.

HEDRICK .

SuTTON .

VAN ;\1ETEn .

Reception. LITTELL.

KENDAL.

BRE-NTON.

In-vjtatJons . CORSO!'.

MORSE.

VIBBERT.

l\ltu;i<·. \'IBBERT.

HEXRY.

WOODLE .

0NDERDOXK.

Photographs. McELWAIN.

YEOMANS.

c.

COLLOQUE.

F inance. NICHOLS.

EATON.

WILLCOX.

R. A.

BENSON.

.Ura •nnti cs. BRENTON .

NICHOLS.

175

HENRY.

SMITH.


Hartford fiigb Scbool £1ub. Offtctrs. President , H

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Vice President , E.

'99 .

Secretary and Treasurer,

F.\\' . PRINCE ,

L . SIMONDS,

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J.

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'98.

C . L . B URNHAM, A . L. ELLIS,

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Offtcus. President,

Prof. HENRY FERG VSOX .

Prof. HENRY FERG USON .

G . T . KENDAL , '9!) .

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~.e.cr.olo路gy.

+ REv. ALFRED LEE BREWER, D.D., '53. Died February 9, 1899. GEORGE MEDAD BARTHOLOMEW, '36 . Died February 16, 1899. RT. REv. JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D. Died February 7, 1899. REv. ROBERT BRINCKERHOFF FAIRBAIRN, D.D., LL.D., '40. Died January 27, 1899. CHARLES HUNTER, M.D., '78. Died January 14, 1899. REGINALD HEBER STEELE, '51. Died November l, 1898. REv. THOMAS McKEE BROWN, '64. Died December 19, 1898. RoN. WILLIAM DAVIS SHIPMAN, LL.D. (Lecturer on Law, '71-'74.) Died September 24, 1898. JAMES WHITING ALLEN, '02. Died October 25, 189 LEWIS FULLER REID, Ph.D., In structor, Died November 12, 1898. /

SAMUEL ELLIOT, LL. D., Died September 15, 1898 . GEORGE ELLIS. Died June 25, 1898. LIEUT. CLARKE CHURCHMAN, U. S. A. Died July 2, 1898. REV. ISRAEL FOOTE, D.D., '42. Died July 1, 1898.

177


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MEMORIAM.

<tlarhe <tburcbman, Q _F THE

Cll~SS

OF 1893,

Lieutenant, 12th U. S. Infan try.

!Dteb JULY 2, 1898, from wounds received in the attack on El Caney , Cuba, the day previous.

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Jun¢, •98- Jlprn, •99. 1898.

June

7.

Elections.

17. 17.

1900 and 1901 base ball game, 6-0 in favor of '01. Elections of Jesters.

23.

Annual Banquet of S. D. C.

23. 24.

Election of officers of musical organizations. Last german for '9 .

26. 27.

Baccalaureate sermon, Christ church. Senior dramatics.

28.

Class day exercises of '98.

29.

Alumni day. Poor attendance.

30. September 22. 23. 2.J.. October 1. 8. " 10.

15.

Norember

Ivy Board met for first time.

Seventy-second commencement exercises in Parsons. "How are you?" "Glad to see you!" Fresh! Fresh!! Fresh!!! Annual pushn1sh won by '02. B. R. Yale, 18; Trinity, 0. Cornell, 47; Trinity, 0. Trinity, 0; M. I. T., 0. Unde1-class meet. '01, 19 5-6 pts.; '02, 7 1-6 pts. Trinity, 17 ; W. P. I., 0 .

22.

Amherst, 12; Trinity, 0.

29.

Williams, 24-; Trinity, 0.

1. 5.

B. R.

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Chapel at 9:45 A. M .

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December

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1898.

December 15.

Charles Dudley Warner on "Prisons and Prisoners."

17. Chairman and secretary of junior ball committee elected. 19. Second Trinity german. 20. Jesters in "One Touch of Nature," and "All in a Fog." Alumni hall. 22. A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. 1899.

Ta11uary

FebruarJ"

5. Decks cleared for action. 19. Jesters perform at Prospect casino. 21. Themes due again, GAo! 30. Hard labor for one week. 4. 4.

"

7. 8. 8.

All worries over. Prof. Babbit organizes the "Unpopular Club." German club. Third german. Tea in Alumni hall, given by Mrs. George Williamson Smith. A windy day. A good man is taken to His Father.

9.

March

April

Musical and dramatic clubs. Thermometer down to 15째 below zero. 10. Junior ball. 11. "Hush! you may wake them." Freshmen banquet. 12. Seniors appear in cloak and gown. 15. Sack cloth and ashes. 22. Who wouldn't know it? 24. "Mirabile Dictu." Ouly one professor in chapel. 27. Mr. (Prof.?) Johnson holds recitation in physics. 2. Whitlock prize oratoricals. 10. Indoor meet. 17. St. Patrick's day parade. Jesters at Lakewood, . J. 25. Four sophomores commit suicide. 26. Thunder and lightning. 27. Tornado. 28. Much blowing of wind. 29. Home once again. Spring lamb. 10. The sophomores do not retun1. 14. Overslept-no breakfast-3 marks-0-0-0-cut-roast beef or pork0-0-played out-cold tongue or corned-beef hash-ParsonsKoch's-snakes-forget-good night.

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COR. MAIN AND ASYLUM.

SALOMON & DELEEUW,

Cigars, Pipes and Smokers' Articles, PIPE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. .J~..JI. NE w

WILL'S ENGLISH T0B1\C2<20S .

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7 AS Y LUM STREET, H ARTFORD, C oNN .

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Koch's

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Jeesfauranf and Buffef, Parsons' @heatre, 6orner Prospect .$treet and (Jentral ffow . ~~~

'Pd oate Dining Jf_ooms, 'Banquet Jf.ooms, etc. ~~~

Pie/ 'Bros. ' 'Beer.

Imported rllurzbur_qer Hofbrau.

Key rllest and Imported e 1:qars blJ the box a $ pecial(q.

Park Street Boardingt Livery and Hack Stable.

FRANK H. LANDON. ESTABLISHED 1876.

Double and Single Teams and Saddle Horses to Let. 2j2 PARK STREET,

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HARTFORD, CONN.

THE FINEST

Tailor-Made Clothing I N HARTFORD CAN BE FO ND AT

GEELEY'S, 27 ASYLUM STREET. 196

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We're never satisfied uritil our customers are satisfied with what they purchase here- perfectly satisfied. Our obligations do not end with a mere sale of something. It must be right in every particular before it ltaves our hands. The service that that something gives you, must be as represented. That's why people buy at our store with confidence. O ur present stock of Men's Tailor-made, Perfect-Fitting C lothing offers everything that's wished for and more too.

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Dress Suit Cases, Trunks.

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T. SISSON & CO., tift~.

)K Chemical and Physical Apparatus, Sponges.

DRUGGISTS, SECURITY OIL.

Chamois, Feather Dusters, etc., etc.

729 Main Street, HARTFORD, CONN. Proprietors of the Hartford Smelling Salts.

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Connecticut Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD.

Cash Capital, Total Assets,

$ 1 ,000,000.00 3,702.300.27

Cash Capital, . . . Reserve for Re-Insurance, Unpaid Losses, Net Surplus,

SUMMARY.

Total Assets,

$1,000,000.00 1,450,562.52 139,191.45 1,112,546.30 $3 t 702 t 300.27

J. D. BROWNE, President.

CHARLES R. BURT, Secretary. L. W. CLARKE, Ass't Secretary.

W. E. BAKER & SON, Local Agents, 700 Main St., Hartford, Conn. 19


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THE

Pioneer Company of America. THOROUGH INSPECTION.

In urance Ag-ainst Lo s or Damag-e to Property and Loss of Life and Injury to Persons caused by

STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS. J . M. ALLEN , Presi dent, WM . B. FRANKLIN , Vice -President. F. B. ALL EN, Second Vice-Preside nt. J . B. PIER CE, Secreta ry . L . B. BRAI NERD , Treasurer. L . F. MIDDLEBROO K, Asst . Secretary.

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Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company TO THOSE who desire to do fully, at its least cost and to the utmost of their financial ability, their duty to their families, and to use life insurance for their protection and not for a speculation for themselves, THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL offers the utmost that life insurance can accomplish, in its simplest, clearest forms, of perfect equity and perfect mutuality, on the soundest basis of any, and at a lower cost than has been achieved by any other company. Greater service can no life insurance company render. JACOB L. GREENE, President. JOHN M. TAYLOR, Vice-Pres't.

HERBERT H. WHITE, Secretary. DANIEL H. WELLS, Actuary.

ALFRED T. RICHARDS, General Agent, Room t6, COMPANY'S BUILDING. 200


COLLATERAL LOAN COMPANYt 71 1\SYLUM STREET, Room JO.

Money Loaned on Watches and Diamonds and all kinds of Valuable Personal Property.

If You are Going to New York for a day or two on business or for pleasure, why not go by the

Hartford Line Steamers ? They leave Hartford from foot of State Street , daily, (except Sundays), at 5 P . M ., arriving in New York early next morning ; thus giving a long day in the Metropolis, for those going for one day only.

PARE, for round trip, good for six days,

$2.25

STATE R.OOI1S , accommodating two or three persons, $1.00 each way. 11EALS, each , 50 cents. The Steamers of this line are new and are fitted with all the modern appliances for the comfort and convenience of patrons.

For further particulars apply at the Office of the Company, foot of State Street, or Telephone, 606 - 2. See regular advertisement in daily papers.

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BOARDMAN, ~

Hack, Livery, Boarding

and Sale Stables. Bills Payable Monthly

Carriages may be Ordered by Telephone.

356 Main Street, HARTFORD, CONN. Hav e the

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do your

College Decor a ting. Flags, Bunting, etc. 177 A ylum Street, HARTFORD, CONN.

J. ALEX. McCLUNIE, Proprietor.

ASSORTMENT of all kinds of the Latest Printed BOOKS, MAGA FINE AZINES A N D NEWSPA PE R S are kept constantly in stock by

E M I L I E

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S I L L,

at her store, No. 89 Trumbull Street, in Hartford, just north of Mr. Allyn's Tavern. Please notice that she also offers for sale many Theosophical, Metaphysical, Spiritual and Occult Books, also Letter Paper and Pencils; Blank Books and Pens and I nk. She also has a stock of Needles and Thread, and a great quantity of Yankee Notions very ingenious and useful. In the rear of her store there is a Large CIRCULATING LIBRARY containing the latest printed BOOKS, very useful and entertaining, and which are offered for the amusement and instruction of her customers. 202


Smartly Dressed. Every man, more or less, tries to appear so. A Smart SACK COAT from New Nobby Goods will make you so. JUST SUCH A SUIT TO ORDER . . . FOR ...

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ASUIUIT\

$20.00 .

St., HCJrtford, Conn.

HURLBUT'S .... SOCIETY Sl~ATIONERY. <tourt of tbe J6mpire in White, Swallow Blue and Pearl Gray. 1R0\2al Brms in White, Holland Blue and Clematis. ~

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Tl1e most exquisite tints, superior stoci{S, an<1 up-to-cJate stules to be Found in anu line. ASK YOUR STATIONER FOR THEM. ~

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Hurlbut Stationeru Co., !"!ills at South Lee. N. Y. Office, 297 Broadway.

PITTSFIELD, 1'v\ASS. 203


Oo to JOHNSTONE

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If you have been thinking that a fine

Photograph of Yourself would be a nice gift to some one, this is a good time to sit for that photograph. If there is any virtue in taking time with so delicate a piece of art as a fine portrait, that virtue is added to the valuable picture Johnstone will make. Valuable is the right word, for Johnstone's work is not only perfect; it is permanent, hence valuable.

45 PRATT STREET.

THE l900 IVY . . . may be obtained from any member of the B ELKNAP

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WARFIELD'S,

and

SMITH

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IVY B OARD,

also at

MCDONOUGH'S.

GEORGE BUCK, MERC HANT T A ILOR, Clothing Made to Order. ALL KINDS OF LADIESt AND GENTSt GARMENTS CLEANEDt DYED AND REPAIRED AT LOWEST PRICES. 10 Charter Oak A venue) S econd Ha nd Clothes in Exch a n ge for T ra de. 204


European Plan .

THE

HEUBLLIN, ~ FACING BUSHNELL PARK. .Junction of Lewis, Welles ancl Trumbull Sts.

Ill-Looking, Ill-Fitting Shoes! when for

$3.50 HSPECIALStt

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you can buy a pair of our

TAN OR PATENT LEATHER.

RTYLW'l EXACTl-Y THE SAl\JE. FIT EXACTLY THE SAl\t}<; .

\Vea.r as well as the highet·-pricefl. gt•atles.

Yours for GOOD SHOEMAKING,

W.

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SIMMONS & CO., 901 Main Street. 205


ESTABLISHED J8J8 â&#x20AC;˘ .JI.,)II

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BROOI(S BROTHERS,

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CLOTHING AND

Furnishing Goods. READY-MADE AND MADE TO MEASURE. 1818.

1899¡ .JI..JI.

Our Custom Department contains an unusually large stock of English Woolens for the present season. Flannels and tropical goods for warm weather. All ready-made garments are manufactured by ourselves, the most particular care is given to the smallest detail of cut and finish, and shapes are carefully revised each season. Our Furnishing Department comprises everything in that line, including Carriage and Traveling Rugs, Coachmen's Furnishings, Breakfast Jackets, Dressing Gowns, Bath Robes, Underwear, Neckwear, Gloves and Shirts.

Also Trunks, Valises, Fitted Bags and

Dressing Cases, Traveling Luncheon Baskets, Flasks, etc., etc. AU accessories for Golf, including Herds and Archie Simpsons Clubs and the Helsby "A" Golf Ball. Catalogue and prices upon application. 206


'' The Leading Fire Insurance Company of America.''

INCORPORATED 1819.

CHARTER PERPETUAL.

Cash Capital, Cash Asset s, Tota l Liabilities, Net S urplus, S urplus as to Pol icy Holders, Losses Paid in 80 Years,

$4,000 ,000.00 12, 627,621.45 3 ,818,774.70 4,808 ,846.75 8 ,808 ,846.75 83 ,197,749.32

WM. B. CLARK, President. W. H . Kl NG, Secretary.

E. 0. WEEKS, Vice-Pres't.

A . C. ADAMS, HENRY E. REES, Assistant Secretaries.

WESTERN BRANCH, 413 Vine St., Cincinna ti, 0., KEELJH{ & GALLAGHER, Gen eral Age n ts.

NORTHWESTERN BRANCH, Omaha, Neb., ' Vl\1. H. " ' Yi\!AJ."'<, Gen e t路a l Age n t . ' "路 P . HAUFORD, Assi stan t Ge n eral Age n t .

PACIFIC BRANCH, San Francisco, Cal. , BOAltDl\IAN &

SPJ~NCEU,

Gen e r al Agen ts.

INLAND MARINE DEPARTMENT, C HICAGO , rLLS., 145 L a Salle St. NE W YORK , 52 " ' illia m St. B OSTON, 95 Kil by St. PHILAD ELPHIA, 229 ' Valnu t St.

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