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W.lNFRED ROBERT

~I"A.RTIN,

LL.B., Pu . n.


DEDICATED TO

WINFRED ROBERT MARTIN, LL.B., Ph.D. BY THE

1902 IVY BOARD


managing Editors WILLIAM HARDIN WHEELER,

ew York

JEWETT COLE, Illinois

tittrary Editor HowARD RusSELL WHITE, Indiana

Jfrt Editor ALFRED BuRNETT QUAILE, New York

Jfssoctatt Editors CHARLES EDWARD TuKE, Pennsylvania WILLIAM PERRY BENTLEY, Connecticut JACOB ALEXA DER LAUBENSTEIN, Connecticut 8


Editorial

IT LTHOUGH we heartily agree with the sentiment expressed by the old t\ writer who said that " Editorials are tiresome," yet they have oftentimes been found useful. As a means of anticipating criticism by apologies thereby offered, they have been long held in esteem by the editors of such a publication as this. Since, moreover, it cannot be said that the writing of editorials is ' ' a custom more honored in the breach than in the observance, " we must follow suit with a few words , which , it is hoped, may stimulate the charitable impulses of the reader to glance over the succeeding pages. Every class, as it finds the responsibility of putting out an annual resting upon it, has ideas as to what is meant by such a book . As the means by which such ideas are set forth, the editorial holds an important place. \Ve believe an annual performs at least three functions . First. The college has a right to expect a book which may be a worthy representative of her before the public. Second. The Alumni looks to it as a means by which they may keep in touch with their Alma Mater.

Tlzird. The under-graduates hope for a book which may serve in the present as an efficient criterion of the college year, and in the future may be a memento of their college life. These we believe to be the purposes of an annual , and we take pleasure in placing in your hands another Ivv , with the hope that it may succeed in satisfying all that is looked for in such a book. V.'e express our sincere thanks to all who have in anyway assisted us in the compilation of this Ivv .

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HIS college was chartered by lhe State of Connecticut in 1823. Its first class was graduated in 1827. It was founded by Episcopalians under the leadership of the Right Rev. Thomas Church Brownell, and has been fostered especially by members of that communio n, but it is governed by a self-perpetuating Board of Trustees not under ecclesiastical co ntrol. While attached to the interests of its church , it is not sectarian. It has included among its students men of every faith . It is a generously equi pped secular institution, religious in spiri t and motives, but not ecclesiastical. It gives its advantages to all properly qualified candidates, irrespective of religious affiliations. The corps of instruction consists of eleven professors, fhe lecturers, seven instructors and a librarian.

£oursu of Instruction The college offers four courses of instruction , viz.: I. II. III.

IV.

A CO URSE IN ARTS. A COURSE IN LETTERS A~D SCIE~CE. A COURSE IN SCIE~CE. A COURSE IN LETTERS.

The courses extend over four years. Students completing the Course in Arts receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Students completing the Course in Letters and Science or the Course in Science receive the degree of Bachelor of Science, and those completing the Course in Letters receive the degree of Bachelor of Letters. Students who do not propose to pursue all the studies of any of the regular course. may be permitted, under the name of special students, to attend any class in such studies as, upon examination, they are found qualified to pursue. Upon honorable dismissal, they are entitled to a certificate from the President, stating the studies which they have pursued. In certain departments the College offers also instruction for graduate students. The departments of instruction in the Col!ege number twenty-four, including eighty-two elective and voluntary courses.

tbe

Principl~

of Instruction

The number of the teaching force , large relatively to the number of those taught, admits of a close relation between instructors and students. Each student is held accountable for his work every day, and receives personal encouragement and guidance in a degree impossible where the number of the taught is g reater. Practical research and laboratory methods are applied wherever possible.

tbe tibrary The College Library, numbering 40,ooo volumes, is under the superintendence of a professional libraria n, who guides the students in the use of books. They have also at their command the Watkinson Reference Library of so,ooo ,·olume , the Library of the Connecticut Historical Society, and the Hartford Public Library, with its wellstocked reading rooms. 10


t:aboratoriu and Obm\!atory The Jarvis Physical Laboratory contains in addition to the lecture and apparat us rooms, a large laborato ry for work in the elementary courses, a reference library and several smaller laboratories adapted and devoted to advancerl work of a special character. The laboratory has a yery complete equipment for work in all the branches of Physics. Special attention has been given to making the facilities for work in electricity as complete as possible. The department is prO\·irlerl with standard apparatus for electrical measurements, and has a workshop , steam engine ami direct current and polyphase alternating current generators for its special use. The Jarvis Chemical Laboratory is well equipped for work in general experimental and organic chemistry, in qualitative and quantitative analysis, and in assaying and gas analysis. The main laboratory has desk space for thirty students working at one time. This room is devoted to work in general experimental chemistry and qualitative analysis. For work in quantitative analysis and organic chemistry separate laboratories are prodded and properly equipped. A room set apart for assaying is fitted up with suitable furnaces and other necessary material. The new Hall of Natural History contains biologica l, botanical, geological and mineralogical laboratories provided with every modern equipment. The Observatory contains a six and a half inch refractor, a two and a half inch transit, a standard clock, a chronograph, a smaller refractor, a portable t ransit, a sextant, and conveniences for the simpler work in astronomical photography.

6ymnasium and

Jfthl~tic

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A Gymnasium is supplied with the best apparatus, in the use of which the students are trained hy a special instructor. An Athletic Field on the college grounds is to be extended and perfected at an expense of $ro,ooo, contributed by friends and alumni of the College. ;:~JJowships,

Scholarships and Prizes

The Russell Fellowship, yielding about $4oo, is awarded biennially to a member of the gradnating class, of superior ability, who engages to pursue a tt approved course of graduate study at Trinity College or at some foreign uni,·ersity. The Holland Scholarships, each having an annual value of $6oo, are awarded to the students attaining the highest rank in the Junior, Sophomore and Freshman classes respecti\•ely. Prizes of the aggregate \·alue of $49" are awarded in the several departments. Exp~nsu

The amount of the Treasurer's bills eacl.1 year \'aries from $rn.so to $142.50. Board can be obtained at $3.50 a week and upwards, making the cost of board for thirty-se,·en weeks at the lowest rate $129·50. The amount of the Treasurer's bills can be reduced to holders of beneficiary scholarships of which there are more than fifty.

Situation The buildings of the college are situated on a site commanding beautiful views in t he outh part of Hartford, itself one of the most beautiful cities of New England. The largest ofthe buildings, more than 6oo feet in length, intended to form the west side of a great quadrangle, is of stone in the English secular gothic style, and is one of the most notable collegiate buildings of the country. The Jarvis Laboratories, the Hall of Natu ra l History and the Gymnasium, are tasteful and commodious structures of brick. Four .,f the college fraternities ha\·e special,chapter houses. For catalog-ues apply to the President or to the Secretary of the Faculty. I 1


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Christmas Recess ends at 5路45 P. Christmas Examinations begin

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Christmas Examinations end Trinity Term begins. Toucey Scholar appointed Ash Wednesday Washington's Birthday. Oratorical Prize Contest Easter Recess begins at 4 P. M. Good Friday

Wednesday Friday 3 Wednesday 5 Friday Easter Day 7 Sunday Easter R ecess ends at5.45 15 Mo1zday 20

April

17mrsday J11onday Saturday

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Wed1zesday

Last day for receiving essays for the Chemical Prizes

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Ascension Day Prize Version Declamation

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Whitsunday Memorial Day Trinity Sunday Trinity Examinations begin Examinations for Admission begin Trinity Exami nations end. Examinations for Admission Annual Meeting of the Board of Fellows (evening)

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Sept. Dec.

ical Prizes Greek Prize Examination Last day for receiving essays for the Prizes in History and Po-

Examinations for Admission Baccalaureate Sermon Senior and Junior Standing published Award of Prizes

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Tuesday

Class Day Annual Meeting of the Corporation (eve ning ) Annual Meeting of the Corporation and of the Association of

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Wednesday

the Alumni SEVENTY-FIFTH COMMENCEMENT. Trinity vacation begins

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JJfonday Thursday Thursday

Christmas Term begins at 5路45 P.M. Christmas Recess begins at 1 P. M.

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Uisitors THE RT. REV. THOMAS MARCH CLARK, D .D. , LL.D . THE RT. REv .. WILLIAM WoODR FF NILES. D.D., LL.D. Tn E RT. REv. HENRYCODMAN PoTTER, D.D ., LL.D., D.C .L .

eorporation * THE REV. THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE ex officio PRESIDEN'.r THE REv. GEORGE H. CLARK, D.D.

* CHARLES E. GRAVES, M.A., Treasm-er

Hartford Hartford New Haven

THE RT. REv WILLIAM W. NILES, D.D. , LL.D. ,D.C .L. Concord,

* TnE HoN.

WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, LL.D.

LuKE A. LocKWOOD, M.A. * THE REv. FRANCIS GoODWIN, M .A . WILLIAM E. CuRTIS, M.A. J. PIERPONT MoRGAN, Esq. Jor-rN H. S. QuiCK, M.A. * }ACOB L. GREENE, M.A. , S ecrela1')' THE REV. WILLIAM H. VIBBERT , D.D.

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SYDNEY G. FISHER, L.H.D. JAMES J. GooDwiN, Esq. WILLIAM J. BOARDMAN, LL.B. P. HENRY WOODWARD, M.A. WILLIAMS. CoGSWELL , M.A. THE RT. REV. CHAUNCEY B. BREWSTER, D.D. WILLIAM C. SKINNER, M.A. THE HON. }OSEPH BUFFING1'0N , LL.D. * These membe rs of the Cot路po ra ti o n fo nn th e Exec uti\'e Co mtuittee. t Elected by the Alumni.

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Hartford Riverside, Conn. Hartford New York New York Chicago Hartford ew York Philadelphia Hartford Washington Hartford Jamaica , N . Y. Hartford Hartford Pittsburg, Pa.


faculty THE REv. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH, D.D., LL.D. r 15 Vernon St. PRESIDENT; and Hobatt Professor of Metaphysics (Office 13 Seabury Hall).

THE REv. THOMAS RuGGLES PYNCHON, D.D ., LL.D. Brownell Professor of Moral Pllilosop!ty

15 Seabury Hall

Professor of the Latin Languages and Litemiure THE REV. FLA VEL SWEETEN LUTHER, PI-I. D. , Trinity S eabury Professor of Mathematics and AstronomJ', and Secretary On leave of absence for the Academic Year

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1900-1901

THE REv. HE RV FERGUSON, M.A., LL.D. 123 Vernon St. Northam P1'ofessor oj History and Political Science CHARLES FREDERICK JoHNSON, M.A., L .H.D. , Professor of English Ltie1'ature

69 Vernon St.

THE REv. JoHN }AMES McCooK, M.A. Professor of Modern Languages

396 Main St.

\VILLIAJII LrSPENARD ROBB , PH.D ., Berlin Professor of P!l)'sics

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r8 Vernon St.

RoBERT BAIRD RrGGS , PH.D. , Gottingen 35 Forest St. Scovill Professor of C!mnistry and Natural Science, and Registra?' WINFRED RoBERT MARTI , LL.B., PH.D., Tiibingen 21 Jarvis Hall Professor of Oriental and Modern Languages FRANK COLJ'!: BABBITT , PH.D., Harvard 65 Vernon St. Professor of the G1 eek Language and Literature CHARLE LINCOLN EDWARDS, PH.D. , Leipzig 27 Wetbt>rsfield Ave . j. Pierpont Morgan Professor of Natural History. CHARLES COFFING BEACH , M.D. L ecturer on Hygiene

199 Main St.

WILLIAM DENISON MORGA , M.A., M.D. ro8 Farmington Ave. L ecturer on Anatomy and Physiology SYDNEY GEORGE FISHER , L.H.D. Lecturer o1t Law

Philadelphia


FREDERICK ROBERTSON HONEY, PH .B. New Haven Instructor in Dmwing and Descriptive Geometry THE REv. JoEL FooTE BINGHAM, D.D., L.H.D.

484 Farmington Ave.

Lecturer on Italian Literature WALDO SELDEN PRATT, M.A., Mus .D . Instructor in Elocution

86 Gillett St .

WM. H ARRY CHICHELE PYNCHON, M.A., Harvard

Oyster Bay, L. I.

Lecturer in Geology STANLEY SIMONDS, PH.I). , Johns Hopkins

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Jarvis Hall

Instructor in charge of tlze Department of Latin HAROLD LOOMIS CLEASBY, B.A. Assistant in tlze Classics

3 Northam Towers

JosEPH DEVINE FLYNN, B.A. Instructor in Mathematics

96 Hudson St.

MONROE GLEASON HAIGHT , B.A. Assistant in Physics

19 Jarvis Hall

CLARENCE WILSON HAHN, B.A.

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Jarvis Hall

Instructor in Natural History GEORGE PENDLETON WATKINS, B.A .

4 Northam Towers Assistant in t!ze D epartment of History and Polt"Hcal Science

THE REv. HERMANN LILIENTHAL, M.A. Assistant in P!tilosopliy

82r Broad St.

WILLIAM NEWNHAM CARLTON

40 Jarvis Hall

Librarian GEORGE BERNHARDT VELTE Instructor in tlze Gymnasium

4 Francis Ave.

JoHN BuTLER McCooK, B.S., M.D. Medical Director The stated meetings oft he Faculty are held on Mon<lay mornings at

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396 Main St.

10

o'clock .


Board Of fdiOWS PRESIDENT THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE,

ex-officio

SENIOR FELLOWS ALEXANDER TAYLOR MASON, .M.A., LL.B. WILLIAM BEACH OL fSTEAD, B.A. AMBROSE SPENCER M oRR.AY, JR .. M.A. EDWARD MANSFIELD SC UDDER, M.A., LL B . FRANKLIN HAJIIILTO

FOWLER, M.A.

The R Ev. LuciUS WATERMAN, D.D. J UNIOR FELLOWS GEORGE EMERSO

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BEERS, :\f .A .. LL.B.

The REv. FREDERICK WILLIAM HARRIMAN, M.A. PERCY SHELLY BRYANT, M.A. FRANK ELISHA JoHNSON , M.A. The REv. ]OI-IN TAYLOR Hu TI "GTON, M.A. The REv. JoHN ] AMES McCooK, M.A.

Jlssociation of

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GEORGE LEwis CooK, M.A., LL.B. FREDERICK EVEREST HAIGHT, PH.D. DAVID VAN SCHAACK, B.A. FRANK ELISHA JOHNSON , M.A.

Standing The PRESIDENT The TREASURER The REv. SAM UEL HART,

Jllumni President Vice- f1 esident Secretary Treasurer

£ommltt~~ GEORGE HENRY SEYMS, M.A. HowARD CooK VIBBERT, M.A .

D.D.

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Englan4 Jtssotlation Of Jtlumni Officer s,

190 1

President LUKE A. LOCKWOOD, 'SS

Vice-President

w. c.

SKINNER, '76

Treas1trer

Secretary

P. S. BRYANT, '70

F. \V. HARRIMAN, '72

Executive Committee REV. S. HART, D.D., '66

DR. 'vV. D. MORGAN, ,72

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York Jtssotiation Of Jtlumnl Officers,

190 1

President REV. Wr-1. H. VIBBERT, D.D., '68 1-- 路ice-Presidents

A. S. MURRAY, JR., '71

REV. C. H. \V. STOCKING, D.D., '6o

RHV. NEWTON PERKINS, '61

FRANKLIN H. FOWLER, '61

ecretary and T路reasu rer SAMUEL F. JARVIS, JR . , '89

Executive Co11tm ittee ROBERT THORNE, '85, Chairman E. L . PURDY, '84

F. E. HAIGHT, '87 G. P. Cor,EMAN, '90

V. C. PEDERSON, '91

Phlla4~1Phla

Jtssotiation of Jtlumni

Officer s ,

190 1

President ] . Ewl G MEARS, M. D ., '58

t'ice-President \ VILLIAM DRAYTON, '71

Secr etary SIDNEY G. FISHER, '79, 328 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia

Exewtive Committee SYDNEY G. FISHER, '79

H. GORDON MCCOUGH, '75

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Pittsburg .:.Rssociation of .:.Riumni Officers,

1901

President HaN. jOSEPH BUFFINGTON , '75

Secretary

Vue-President

M. K. KOSTER, '87

GEORGE C. BURG\VIN, '72

Executive Committee \V. R. Br,AIR, '75

A. P. BURGWIN, '82

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.:.Rtumni .:.Rssoeiation for

RON. jOSEPH BUFFINGTON, '75

District of totumbia and UicinltV

Office rs,

1901

President

JSt Vice-P1路esideut

2nd Vice-President

E. M. GALLAUDET, '59

GEO. A . WOODWARD, 'S5

WM. FELL]OHNSON, '66

Treasurer

Secretary

RE\'. j . W. Cr,ARK,

S. HERBERT GrESY, '85

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talifornia .:.Rssociation of .:.Riumni Officers ,

1901

Presidwt

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RT. REV. \V. F. NICHOLS, D.D ., '70

Secretary a1ld Treasurer REV.

F. H

. CHURCH, (now of Tacoma, Wash.)

Boston .:.Rssociation of .:.Riumni Office rs , REV.

1901

President E. T. SULLIVAN, '89 Vice-Presideuts ]. H. GOODSPEED, '66

REV. WICL!Al\! PRF;5SEY, '90

\V. C. BROCKLESBY, '69

Secretary

11路easurer

C. C. BARTON, '93

HORlOX G. IDE, '9~

D~troit

Jlssociation of .:.Riumni Officers,

1901

Presideut SIDNEY T. MILLER, '87

Secretary

Vice- President

A. K. GAGE, '96

N. C. LOVERIDGE, '86

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Cb¢ 01)¢Uing Of tb¢ Hall Of natural History HE most important acade mi c event of the last five years was undoubtedly the opening of the uew Hall of Natural History, which took place on the seventh of December last. When ground was broken for the building in the Summer of r8gg, hopes were entertained that it might be finished by the next Co=encement, so that larger numbers of the Alumni might be present than would otherwise be possible, but plans miscarried , so that it was not till the Autumn following that a sufficient state of completion was reached to warrant a formal opening. The date chosen, however, proved a most auspicious one. for seldom has Alumni Hall contained such a throng as that in attendance, or the College walk presenterl so crowded an appearance as rluring the afternoon of the eventful day. The ceremonies were of an extremely interesting nature. At two o'clock the invited guests and Faculty, preceded by the college marshal, moved in proce sion from the Gymnasium, where lunch had been served, to the hall above, and took their seats upon the stage, which had been greatly enlarged for the occasion . The exerci es were opened with prayer by the Rt. Rev. William W. Miles, Bishop of New Hampshire, after which President Smith delivered an address of welcome, with a short sketch of frinity's past record in the field of natural science. Prof. Edwards, the head of the Department of Biology, next read a few extracts from letters received by him from promine1.1t naturalists all over the world, representing the important universities and scientific societies of England, Ireland , Scotland, Wales, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy , Holland, Russia, Norway, Austria, Japan and Mexico. The character of these communications was significant; far f rom being mere formal regrets and acknowledgements, they showed real enthusiasm and interest in the exceptional facilities which were here to be offered to American students for advanced work in natural history . After a selection by the Glee Club, tl~e first of the two principal addresses of the afternoon was delivered by Willia m H. Howell, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Physiology and Dean of the Medical Faculty at johns Hopkins University. The subject," Biology as an Element in College Training, " was one which could not fail to be attractive, to the students in particular, and proved to be of the g reatest practical Yalue. Prof. Henry F . Osborn, Sc.D. , of Columbia University, Curator of Vertebrate Palreontology in the American Museum of Natural History. next spoke on "The Progress of Vertebrate Palreontology in the United States, " illustrating his address with numerous lantern slides. These, as well as the literary part of the lecture, were very interesting both to the tyros and to the more advanced biologists in the audience. Indeed both the chief addresses were of the highest order , and furnished a scientific treat lon g to be remembered by those fortunate enough to gai n standing room in the hall . .. A True and Circumstantial Account of the Celebrated Fight Between the Ichthyosaurus and the Plesiosaurus," written by C. E. \Voodman, '73, was next sung by the Glee Club with great effect, after \vhich President Hadley, of Yale;, P_resident Carter, of Williams; Professor Conn, of Wesleyan, and Doctor Pynchon, of Tnmty, made bnef addresses o f congratulation and good wishes. At their conclusion, President Smith for· mally announced that the Hall of Natural ~i~tory was ready for use, and OJ?en to the.inspection of the public, so, after the Benediction had been pronounced ?Y B1shop White, of Indiana, in the absence of Bishop Potter, of • ew York. the processiOn re-formed and proceeded to the newly dedicated building. Very impressive was the long lin e composed of gu~sts, Faculty,. student~ by classes, and townspeople, as it moved slowl y along the walk 1n the gathenng tw1ltght, the Glee Club and evervone who could join in singing" ' eath the Ehns." Eve1~ when one end began to be s~allowed up by the brightly illuminated Hall of Natural H1story , the other had not yet emerged from the Gymnasium ; indeed, the capacious ~useum and lecture rooms could scarcely contain the throng that congregated for the tnf<;>rmal reception which was held between five an? seven, givi ng everyo.ne an o.pportumty to meet the distinguished guests of the occaswn, and to see the ~01nts of mteresta~out the building, under the guidance <?f vol~nteer s~udent ushers .. 1 ~ the departing vtsitors the college, with its long series of 11lummated wmdows , shuttmg.m the c~mpus o.n three sides, presented a striking appearance and created a remarkable impressiOn of size and grandeur. . So ended the day which must be memorable as long as the Hall Itself end.ures. The College, Professors , and students, alike may well be proud of ~b~t was accomplished on this occasion, and have good reason. to. ex~;>ect that the butldmg so successfully opened, may be of lasting benefit to the mshtutum of wh1ch they are members, and to the community which it honors.

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'Neath the elms of our old Trinity, 'Neath the elms of our old Trinity, No more shall we meet, Our classmates to greet, 'Neath the elms of our old Trinity. CHORUS-'Neath the elms of our old Trinity, 'Neath the elms of our old Trinity, Oh, it's seldom we'll meet in the moonlight so sweet, 'Neath the elms of our old Trinity. On the hills of our old Trinity, In the halls of our old Trinity, There is right merry cheer, There are friends true and dear, In the halls of our old Trinity. College days are from care and sorrow free, And oft will we seek in memory The days that are past, Far too joyous to last, ');'eath the elms of our old Trinity. Then we'll sing to our old Trinity, To our dear old Alma Mater, Trinity, We ' re together to-day, And to-morrow away, Far awa:l:' from our old Trinity.

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H. K. BURGWIN,

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6raduat~ Stud~nts

NAN.E

Harold Loomis Cleasby , B.A. , 1899 A ssistant in

th~t

Classics

John Kay Clement, B .A. , rgoo H . E. Russell Fellow

Clarence Wilson Hahn , B.A ., r899 University Cincinnati

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Monroe Gleason Haight, B.A., rgoo A sst.stant in Pity sics

Woolsey MeAl pine Johnson, B.A., r 898 Victor Forrest Morgan , B.S. , r899

} Piitsfield ,Mass. rgJ .H. Hartford 69 Vernon St. H artford

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1901

CLASS MoTTO

CLASS COLORS

Novus ORDO S.£CLORUlii

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CHRISTMAS TERl\f

J.

M. HuDSON

R. B. BELLAMY R. FISKE R. FISKE

J. A.

WALES

Offlctrs TR INITY TERM

President Vice-President

H . D. WILSON, }R.

SecretarJ' T?'easurer Clironider

A. H . DERBY A. H. DERBY J. A. WALES

R . B. BELLAMY


History T IS ever the part of the senior historian to chronicle the sorrow of his class at leaving Alma Mater. \Vhat other emotion could we feel when confronted with the necessity of bringing to a close our four years of careless, happy, college days? Four years, they say-nay, four months, four weeks, it seems, so quickly has the time flown. Before the entering freshman eternity seems outspread-the senior is counting the precious sands in the hour-glass. The graduate of to-day would scarcely recognize the verdant freshman of four years ago, yet the gap seems brief when bridged by memory. To give a list of our achievements in detail might be of interest , but we have no wish to add a hundred pages or so to the already well-filled Ivv. We ha,·e played our part as best we could, and ha,·e shirked no duty. Naughty-one has been more than well represented in every branch of college affairs throughout the course, and the honor of being a "squeezer cla s," seems to an impartial obsen·er no wore than just. In athleties we have been consistently prominent. and it was the football team of our senior year which made one of the very best records ever made by a Trinity team, incidentally defeating our old rival, Wesleyan. In the various other organizations and clubs we have worked hard and with good result, while in society no class has ever presented such popular and successful "fussers." In scholarship we are not behind, although it is perhaps just as well we are to graduate so soon, for the constant" raising of the standard " is making "the survival of the fittest" mean more than it e\·er did in Christian Theism. In freshman year we studied, were llazed, made the teams and clubs, and \\'ere glad when we could at last smoke the handsomest class pipes ever seen on the campus. In sophomore year our mishaps as hazers were due more to our inexperience and leniency than to the "fiendish spirit of barbarous atrocity" usually assigned to sophomores by newspaper readers and other weak-minded mortals. Iu addition to an extraordinary number of cuts, the Faculty generously ga,·e the whole class a ix-weeks' vacation in the pleasantest season of the year. As juniors we filled several places usually gi,·en only to seniors, and our IvY marked a new era in the publication of college annuals. In our last two years we have controlled the football and track teams and the Tablet. Senior year saw us assume the administration of every other department of college activity, and that we ha,·e performed our duties well is generally conceded. Vve have remedied old evils and put new life into four or five nearly defunct, but deserving organizations. Such is our record in four years of college . Let us be glad that we can always be proud of it. As a class of undergraduates, we are about to leave the old walls that seem just now to hold nearly e\·erything that is dear to us on this earth; but our love for Trinity cannot die. \Ve shall return again and again, and shall show by our active interest and unflagging efforts in the cause of our college that " 1Vovus ordo sa:cl01'1tllt" is the motto of a class of men who will always be Trinity men-loyal, earnest Trinity men-till the last card in the game of life is played. J. A. W.

I

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s~niors

ROOM

RESIDENCE

NAME

Augustine Hugo Wells Anderson,

I K A,}; A E,

J. H.

Providence, R. I.,

4I

Boston, .ll.fass.,

44 J. H.

rgor IvY Board.

Robert Bayard Bellamy,"' Y, eKE,

Football Team (r, 2, 3, 4); Baseball Team (r, 2, 3, 4) ; Basketball Team ( r, 2, 3, 4), Captain Basketball Team (4), Manager Basketball Team (3); Senior Honorary Society.

Newington Junction,

Godfrey Brinley, I K A, eKE,

5 N. T.

rgor Junior Ball Committee; Captain Track Team (3), Track Team (r, 3, 4) ; German Club (2, 3, 4); Football Team (2, 3, 4) ; Basketball Team (r, 2, 3路 4), Manager Basketball (2) ; Class President rst term , 3d year; Senior Honorary Society ; College Marshal.

George Graham Burbanck,

Tompkinsville, N. Y.,

Ax P.

17

N. T.

Glee Club ( r, 2, 3, 4). Leader Glee Club (4); College Quartet (2, 4).

Martin Withington Clement,

..1

Sunblt1J' , Pa.,

'i',

I2

J.

H.

Sophomore Dining Club; Football Team (3, 4) ; Basketball Team (2, 3, 4).

JVewington Junction,

Harry Hamilton Cochrane,

ewington

Mandolin Club (3, 4) ; Banjo Club (3, 4).

Aubrey Henry Derby,

Ax P,

ox

E,

Reginald Fiske, "'Y, eX E,

"Vewark, !\' . J.,

33]. H.

Providence, R. I.,

I7

s. H.

Baseball Team ( r, 2, 3, 4l, Captain Baseball Team (4) ; Sophomore Din in.,. Club; President Athletic Association; Senior Honorary Society.

Frank Halsey Foss,

Norwic!t, Conn.,

J K E, '~ JJ K,

15 J. H.

Salutatorian, Holland Prize Scholarship ( r) ; Alumni Engli h Prize (4).

Cincinnati, 0.,

Gustav August Hinnen, James Mosgrove Hudson,

zoJ. H.

Syracuse, JV. Y.,

J 路~ .

Football Team (3, 4) ; Sophomore Dining Club; German Club (3, 4) ; Chairman rgor Junior Ball Committee; Business Manager rgor IvY; Tablet Board (3 4); President of Class (4) rst term; Senior Honorary Society.

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7 J. H.


NAME

Arthur Paul Kelly ,

<1>

RESIDENCE

r .:.,

ROOM

Nasltua, N.H.,

r8 N . T.

1901 IvY Board ; Second Prize in Political Science.

Edward Jarvis King Mason ,

4,

r

Suffield, Conn.,

6,

Walter Alfred Mitchell,

Suffield

Hartford,

72 Vernon St.

Glee Club (3, 4) ; Mandolin Club (3, 4); Banjo Club (3, 4); rgor IvY Board; Track Team.

Frank Stephen Morehouse,

x P,

A

<1>

B K,

So. JienL,

3 J. H .

Dramatics (2 ) ; President of Mi sionary Society (4); Honor Oration.

Richard Eugene Peck,

I K A,

e

Bridgeport, Conn.,

N E,

ION. T .

Baseball Team (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Sophomore Dining Club; Gennan Club (2, 3, 4) ; 1901 IvY Board; 1901 Junior Ball Committee; Assistant Manager of Football Team (3) , Manage r of Football Team (4); Class President 2d year , rst term; Senior Honorary Society.

Harold Huntington Rudd ,

f(noxville, Ill.,

'I' Y ,

I7

s.

H.

Baujo Club (3, 4); Sophomore Dining Club ; Track Team (3, 4).

Francis Raymond Sturtevant,

A

x

P,

<1>

B K,

Ha1路tford,

105 Washington St.

Football Tea m ( 1} ; Track T eam (1}, Captain of Track Team (4); Valedictorian H artford Admittitur; Holland Prize Scholarship ; Alumni English Pri ze; Whitlock Prize.

Arthur Reginald Van De Water ,

-t Y, oNE,

]\lew Yorl.:,

rg S. H.

Sophomore Dining Club; Baseball T eam (3}; Germa n Club (2, 3) ; Class Presid e ut (r ) 2d term.

James Albert Wales ,

Ax l',

<1>

B K,

Stratford, Conn.,

-1-

J. H .

Managing Editor Trmity Tablet (3, 4); Art Editor 1901 IvY; Track Team (3, 4) ; Mandolin Club (3, 4) ; Manager Basketball Team (4); Presid ent Press Club (4) ; Alumni English Prize (3) ; Douglass Prize (3).

James Merryman Walker , .A .:.

<1>, eN E,

Brooklyn,

44J- H.

Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Club ( r , 2, 3, 4); Executive Committee of Dramatics (3, 4) ; German Club (3, 4) ; 1901 Junior Ball Committee; Sophomore Dining Club; Assistant Stage Manager Dramatics (2, 3), Stage Ma nager Dram atics (4) ; Class President (3) 2d t erm.

Francis Ely Waterman,

'I' Y,

Hartford,

r 37 Lafayette St.

Busin ess Man ager 190r I VY; German Club (3, 4) ; President T e nnis Association.


NAME

Charles Hath ern \Vheeler ,

.l 'f, q, B K,

R ESlDENCE

ROOM

Clinton, N. Y.,

7 J. H .

Football Team (2, 3, 4); Igor Junior Ball Committee ; Ma ndolin Club (I, 2, 3, 4) , Leader of Ma ndolin Club (4) ; Ba njo Clu h (3, 4), Leader of Ba njo Club (4); Assistant Ma nager of Musical Organi7-ations (3) ; Manager of Mandolin Club (3); Sophomore Dining Clu b; German Club ; Senior Honorrtl)' Society.

Hugh Dempster Wilson, Jr. ,.\

B1·ooklyn,

1\ E,

£7 J . H.

Sophomore Dining Club; Glee Clu b (2, 3, 4) ; College Qua rtet (4); Ba njo Club (4 ) ; Mandolin Club (4) ; Ma nager Musical Organizations (4) ; President of Class (4) 2rl Term; Alumni English Prize (3 ) ; Whitlock Prize (3).

Augustus Talcott Wynkoop,

38 J. H .

Utica, 1\T. Y.,

A .l 4•,

German Club (3 , 4); Lite rar y Ed itor Tablet (3), Business Ma nager Tablet (4); Literary Editor rgor Ivv ; Alumni English Prize (4).

ROOM

RESIOI:::NCe

NAME

William Purnell Brown,

Cmtreville, Jll d . ,

A .l 4•, oX F.,

38 J . H.

Football Team (r, 2, 3, 4) , Captain Fcotball Team (3, 4) ; Baseball Team (I , 2, 3, 4) ; Basketball (I, 2, 3); Germa n Clu b (2, 3, 4); Sophomore Dining Club; Preside n t of Class ( 2) 2d Term ; Senior Hon ora r y Society.

John Daulby Evans ,

.l K E ,

o

Hartford,

l\ E ,

r q.

Vernon St .

Sophomore Dining Club; Business Mauager Dramatic Club (3, 4), ExecutiYe Committee Dramatic Club (3, 4) ; Mauager Track Team (4), Assistant Manager Track T eam (3) ; Secretary and Treasurer I90J Junior B~ll Committee; Manager Banjo Club (3, 4), Banjo Club (3, 4); rgor IVY Board .

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Jorm~r m~mb~rs

Arthur Eugene Arvedson, I K A Nathaniel Julius Cable, c. K E Jewett Cole , I K A Samuel Walden Cooke, ..Y Y Franklin Whittemore Duwell , 1 Harold Morrell Folsom Harry Townes Forrester , ,.:;. K E Winter Hamilton Everestt, .l '!' Owen Warner Gildersleeve Hubert Dana Goodale * William John McNeil, .l K E John Graham Hargrave John Stuart Hills, c. 'I' William Morse ichols, '!' Y Carlos Curtis Peck , I 1' A *Edwin Franklin Powell , r K A Edgar Augustus Sheldon , I K A Everett Eugene Stacey, A x P Edward Collins Stone, Otis Jewett Story, r K A William Parker Wharton , .l K E â&#x20AC;˘ Deceased .

11: A

Carpentersville, Ill. ew Haven, Conn. Chester, Ill. Stamford, Conn. New Haven, Conn. . Oldtown , Me . . Mexico, Mex . New Milford , Conn. Gildersleeve, Conn. Suffield, Conn. Brooklyn , N.Y. \Voodbury, Conn. Brooklyn , . Y. San Mateo, Cal. Bridgeport, Conn. Port Kennedy, Penn. Chateaugay, N. Y. Hartford , Conn. Hartford, Conn. Chilicothee , Ohio Howard , Penn.


]unior £lass

CLASS COLORS

CLASS MOTTO

CRIMSON AND GRAY

flass Y¢11 Hullaballoo, lworaJ', hooray! W!toop £t up for tlze C?-imson and Gray! Ralt-ray-ri-roo, Trinity, Trinity, 'o2 I

Offlc¢rs TRINITY TERM

CHRISTMA S TERM

E. B.

GOODRICH

R.N. W EIBEL C. C. PECK

C. E.

c.

PECK

}11. ROG ERS

President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Chronicler

31

J. W.

WALKER

A. B. QUAILE E. s. MERRIAl\I E. s. MERRIAM


History

WISE man has said that each new responsibility is a prop to \路irtue. How remarkably well propped, then, our virtue became when the dignities and responsibilities of upper-class men fell to our lot. Yet, we undertook our new duties so naturally and gracefully, that the lower classes entertain for us a respectful cordiality- the higher class envy. To be very candid, we really do feel considerable pride in our record, for there is no department of college life in which we are not represented most creditably-athletic, scholastic and social traditions have received no small impulse from 'o2. Our athletic supremacy is due not to a single all-round man, but the combined efforts of a number of good men. In the 'Varsity teams we have distinguished representatives. Our class teams are champions. What is true of athletics is also true of scholarship. We have no one man pre-eminently auove all others, but, rather, we congratulate ourselves on having so many names on the honor roll, and on the closeness of the competition. Even the chapel services feel our influence, for we play as well as sing an important part in the service. As for our social distinctions we can mention the germans led by 'o2 men, and with great complacency we point to the Junior Promenade, and challenge any one to show us one more successful or more thoroughly enjoyable. We feel pride, too, in our members, who, acting as managers of different teams and organizations, ha'Oe brought such credit to the college as well as the class. Although last, but not least, we are glad to say that always our class has been united-all men shoulder to shoulder- on good terms one with another. All these good thin~s our bitterest opponent will admit, despite his depreciating remark that we are Naughty-two. Our history would not, however, be complete without mention of our younger brothers, the Freshmen. We are proud of them, and expect them to win the enviable honor of being second to 'o2 in general excellence. We commend their daring in giving a banquet in the city, and we also express our enjoyment of the affair. Although proud of our record , we shall not rest on it. In the true Trinity spirit we are preparing for greater things.

A

E.M.R.

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juniors

Philip Lockwood

ROOM

RESID E NCE

N AM E

Framing/tam, Mass.,

B ar ton ,~'!',

J. H.

I2

Baseball Team, (r, 2) ; Sophomore Dining Club; Assistant Manager of T rack Team, (3); Execu tive Committee New England Intercoll egiate Athletic Associa tion ; 1902 Ju nior Promenade Committee.

William Perry Bentley, 1 ; o2 IV Y

Plaiuville,

~ K E,

27

J. H

.

Board ; Alu m ni E n glish P r ize.

Hartford ,

Edmund Janes Cleveland , J r., Jewett Col e,

11' .1 , ~ A E,

rgr

Sig ourney St .

Cltester, I ll. ,

42 J. H .

Clzester, Ill. ,

.p

J. H .

WaterburJ' , Conn. ,

II

N. T.

Busin ess Ma nager 190 2 I vY.

Saxon Cole, r

K A, ~ A E,

Joseph Baird Crane,

Ax P,

F ootball Team (2) ; Basketball Team (2, 3), Acting Captain Basketball Team.

Robert Burton Gooden ,

Santa Barbara, Cal.,

Ax P,

I9

. T.

Glee Club ( 1, 2, 3); College Q uartet; Goodwin Greek p rize.

Edward Bruce Goodrich ,

Littleton, N . H. ,

'1' Y ,

IS N . T .

Sophomore Dinin g Clu b; 190~ Jun ior Promenade Committee ; Class P resirl e nt r st t erm , 3rd year.

Edward Goodridge , J r. ,

Exeter, N. H .,

'1' Y,

I6S . H .

Baseball t eam ( r, 2, 3); S op homore Dining Club; German Club (2, 3) ; 1902 J u n ior Prom e nade Com m ittee .

James Henderson ,

Somerville, Mass . ,

A X P,

. J. J. H.

Pootball Tea m (r, 2, 3), Captai n Football Team (4) ; Baseball T eam ( r , 2, 3 ); Bask e t ball ( r , 2, 3).

Fred Augustus Higginbotham , Charles Hawley Hill , r

Ax P,

H iawatha, Kan . ,

K A,

I

J . H.

IO

. T.

Waltlzam , Mass .,

Mand olin Clu b (7, 3); Ba nj o Club (2, 3); Footba ll Team ( r, 2, 3); German Club (3); Soph om ore Dining Clu b ; Track Team. 33


~AME

Harry Leslie Howe,

<l>

r

~路

William Stewart Hyde,

r

So. Jl;fanc/zester, So. M.

.l,

IVY

32}. H.

Colliusville,

Jacob Alexander Laubenstein , q, r .-. , 1902

Thompsonville

Thonpsonville,

.l,

Board.

Anson Theodore McCook ,

Hartford,

i' Y ,

396 Main St.

Yfandolin Club (1, 2, 3) ; Hartford Admittitur Prize (1) ; Holland Prize Scholarship ( r, 2) ; Gree k Metrica l Version Prize.

Edmund Sawyer l\Ierriam , i'

Hartfo?d,

Y,

314

Collins St.

Preside nt Class rst te rm , rst yea r; Bask etba ll Team (1, 2, 3) ; Track Team; Stre ngth Record (r , 2) ; S econd Priz e Goodwin Greek.

Karl Philip Morba ,

32 Capitol Ave.

Hartford,

Ax P ,

Goodwin Greek Pri ze Second.

Carlos Curtis Peck,

Bridgeport, Conn . ,

J K A,

37 J. H .

Soph o m o re Dinin g Clu b ; Germa n Club (2, 3) ; Cha irman 1902 Junior Prome na de ; Ma nager Baseball T eam (3).

Alfred Burnett Qnaile,

8J. H.

New York,

.l '1' ,

Assista n t Business Ma nage r Dra m ati c Clu b (2), Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3) ; Art E ditor 1902 I\' Y.

Edgar

~Iartin

Rogers ,

A

x

~Vasli in;;ton ,

P,

Marshall Bowyer Stewart , .\ x

D. C. ,

/ .indcn, /VId .,

P,

14

N. T.

r4N .

T.

G lee Clu b (2, 3) ; Ma ndolin Clu b (3 ) ; Coll ege Qua rtet (3) ; To ucey Schola rship ; Alumni E ng lish Pri ze ; Secre ta ry a nd Trea surer of 1902 Junior Prom e nad e.

Joseph Pemberton \Vells Taylor ,'!'

Plainfield , N.].,

Y,

16 S . H.

Sopho m ore Dinin g Club.

Charles Edward Tuke ,

.l

P!tiladelplzia Pa.,

x P,

17 J. H .

Track T ea m 11, 2 . 3) ; G lee Clu b (2, 3) ; Football T eam (2,3 ) ; I v Y Board 1902.

John White Walker ,

Ha rtford ,

A x P,

3 J. H.

Presid e nt o f Class (3), 2nd term.

Ri chard Nicks Weibel ,

A .l

Riverhead, L. I. ,

q, ,

36

Sophom ore Dinin g Club; German Clu b (3) ; Junior Promenad e Committee ; Presid e nt of Class (2 ), rst t erm .

34

J. H.


ROOM

RESIDENCE

NAME

William Hardin Wheeler , -.r 1路 ,

15 N. T.

Little Falls, N. Y.,

German Club (3); Mandolin Cluh (1, 2, 3) ; Banjo Club (3) ; Managing Editor 1902 Ivv; President of Class (2), 2nd term; Assistant Manager of Baseball Team ( 2); Assistant Manager of Football Team (3), Manager of Football Team (4) . .

Howard Russell White ,

,1拢iclligan City, Ind.,

A .l <1>,

36J. H.

Sophomore Dining Club; Literary Editor 1902 Ivv.

Hartford,

Albert Lincoln Wyman ,

ro1 Hudson St.

Sptdal Studtnts Edwin Schively Carson ,

Clzesbmt Hill, Pa.,

Ax P,

17 J. H.

GleeClub (1,2, 3).

Ed ward Henry Lorenz,

A

x

P,

Hartford,

96 Garden St.

Hartford,

16 N . T.

Track Tea m (2); Mackay-Smith Prize 1st.

Julius Levin, Mackay-Smith Prize 2nd.

form tr mtmbtrs *James Whiting Allen Harold Simeon Backus , <1> r .l . Herbert Stanley Bradfield, A .l <1> Nathaniel Julius Cable , .l K E William Lawrence Carter Fred Raymond Clapp , A .l q, Samuel Walden Cooke , i' Y John Henry ~laginnis , <l 'I' Charles Heald Lane Anthony Toomer Porter , Jr. , 1 K A Otis Jewett Story, I K A Theophilns John Minton Syphax , A Arthur Henry Weed , :. K E

Richfield Springs, N.Y. Andover, Conn. Buffalo, N. Y. New Haven, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Albion , Ind. Stamford, Conn. New Orleans, La. Freeport, Ill . Charleston, S.C. Chillicothe, 0. X P

*Deceased.

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Philadelphia, Pa. Claremont, . H.


1903 CLASS MOTTO

CLASS COLORS

NON lNSTRENUI LABORAli!US

OLIVE GREEN AND WHITE

£lass Ytll Bim-boom-brarna-kootra 1 .H ip-lzi-dra 1 Hullaba loo-/zullabaloo Ralz-ralt-ralz 1 Rickety-axe-coax-coax

1

Ricket_y-axe-coax-coax 1 Rall-ralz-ree 1 ralz-ralz-ree 1 Trinity I903 /

Offlctrs CHRISTMAS TERM

J.

S . St .

H. D.

MORGAN

BRIGHAM

TRINITY TERbl

President

H. D.

Vice-President

E. c. A. c.

A.C . SHORT

S ecretary

A . C. SHORT

Treasurer Chronicler

P.

s.

CLARKE

BRIGHAM THOMAS SHORT

A. C. SHORT


History "

S

OME are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them." Of no class can this last phrase be more literally true than of the class of rgo3. Two years ago, when we first came to college, we looked just the same as any freshman class, for our hidden greatness was concealed by a veneer of verdancy too thick for the eye to penetrate. aughty-two's " patient efforts, however, gradually wore this away, so that at the enrl of our first year we began to shine forth in our true light. Then , at the beginning of the sophomore year, we suddenly realized our position. \Ve were no longer members of that lowest order of humanity-freshman, and, in consequence, the class entered chapel on the opening day of the present college year with a dignity which was marred only by the fact that some of our number at first absent-mindedly resumed their old places in the ireshman seats. After the services, however, we reinstated ou rselves in public opinion by the hearty way in which, cooperating with the upper classes, we welcomed the new class into our midst, holding out to each one a helping hand, occasionally varied by a helping foot. At the bulletin board we showed that our pugilistic faculties were by no means undeveloped, " Naughty-four" bearing strong testimony to the fact. Later in the evening we magnanimously conceded the push-rush to the freshmen, fearing that if we took this, as was at first intended, the entering class would become discouraged at the succession of defeats, and leave college. Then came the under-class meet. True, it was excellent practice for the sophomores, but, nevertheless, a considerable waste of time. In one or two events the freshmen came along to see how the trick was done, but modestly dropped back at the finish and allowed the sophomores to win . Needless to say, we won the meet, securing nearly all the points. There were two other athletic contests with the freshmen , but of them it is difficult to write. Various accounts of the football game have come to the ears of the chronicler, but none have much authenticity . Several think the sophomores won, others are inclined to a different opinion, but as there was no moon and the night was cloudy, the truth about the game will probably never be known. In the basketball game we were "out of practice," and were unable to get our " regular team" together. Consequently we were somewhat outclassed. The time for the Freshman-Junior banquet at last came , and, by our secret method, we discovered the fact. The matter was considered for some time, and it was finally decided that the pursuit of freshmen at a temperature of 20째 below zero was beneath our dignity, so we told them to go and have a good time , as we would not disturb them . Such kindness could only emenate from truly great natures. Briefly, this is what we have done during our Sophomore year. We fold our arms and await your applause. Thank you. But, seriously, although our achievements have not been as great as we would have had them, yet we have tried to fill our place as part of the college, and it is during the sophomore year that it is hardest to do this rightly. At times the class has been censured for courses which it has taken, but it has, nevertheless, adhered to its own opinion of the right, and it is hoped that, in carrying out the motto, 1l01t instrenui /aboramus, we have not labored altogether in vain for the advancement and glory of our Alma Afater. P. S. C.

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NAME

Arthur Muirson Bellamy,

ROOM.

RE S IDENC E

s.

Boston, Mass.

6 J. H.

Percy Hawtree Bradin, S.

Hartford

Henry Day Brigham

East Orange, N.

Charles Erastus Bruce, Jr ., L.S.

Elmira, N. Y.

I I

Henry Bernard Carpenter

Brooklyn, N. Y.

8 N. T .

Philip Safford Clarke

Point Pleasant, N.

Stuart Harold Clapp, S.

Pittsfield, Mass.

IoJ. H.

Harry Gray Cozzens , S.

C/n"cago, Ill.

4I J . H.

Ora Wilfred Craig

Ashland, N. H.

Noel Guilbert Cunningham, S.

Watertown

10

Richard Arthur Edwards

Portland

39J. H.

Clark Thompson Falkner, S .

Hartford

45 Hungerford St.

James Philip Garvin

Sanbornville, N. H.

8 N. T .

Harry Clifford Golden

J\'ÂŁttanning, Pa .

23 J. H.

Adkins Henry , L.S.

Cambridge, /11d.

35 J. H.

Reeve Huntington Hutchinson , S.

Hig ldand Pa1'k, i ll.

Jarvis McAlpine Johnson

Hartford

William Larchar

Providence, R. /.

44 J. H .

Robert Carey McKean

Wasltington, D . C.

13

Henry Louis Godlove Meyer

St. Louis, 1lfo .

J. H. 8 J. H .

Samuel St. John Morgan

Hartford

6J. H.

Arthur Chadwell Short

St. Louis, flfo.

31

J.

Edmund Crawford Thomas, L .S.

Tamaqua, Pa.

27

J. H .

Robert Wight Trenbath

Some1'ville, N.

28

J.

Hervey Boardman Vanderbogart

TrOJ', N. Y.

29J. H.

Harold Clifton Van Weelden, L.S.

Babylon, N. Y.

33 J. H .

30]. H .

I

II J. H.

I

J. H .

28 J . H.

6 N. T. J. H.

9 J. H.

69 Vernon St .

I

H.

H.


Sp~dal Stud~nts ROOM

RESIDENCE

NAMR

George Douglas Rankin

Saybrook Point

18 S. H .

Walter Slater Trumbull

CMcago, Ill.

18 S. H .

Howard Bell Ziegler

Detroit, !11iclt.

II

.

T.

'form~r m~mbtrs E lizabeth, N.J.

Charles Townsend

Buffalo, N.Y.

William Winton Tucker Duncan Hodge Brown

New York, N.Y.

Karl Herbert Fenning

Washington, D. C:

Malcolm Appleton MacLean

Bay City, Mich.

Christopher Carson Thurber

Norwich, Conn.

Edward William Fothergill

Hartford , Conn. West Hartford , Conn .

Robert Ashley Gaines James Rogers Veitch

So. Manchester, Conn.

.

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rr~sbman

£lass

CLASS MOTTO

CLASS COLORS DARK BLUE AND WHITE

£lass

Y~ll

Trinity! Trinity! raiL-ralt-ralt, Trinity! T rinity ! walt-w!to-U'al!, Boom-a-lacke1', boom-a-tacker, Roar, roa1', roar, Sumus populi, 'o4!

Offlcns CHRISTMAS TERM:

Enw ARD J.

MANN

M. H. BuFFINGTo WALTER B. ALLEN WALTER B. ALLE P.

H . M.P.

BRINTO N

TitlNITY T.RRM

President

F. B. BARTLETT

Vice- President Secretary T reasurn-

A . G. HUMPHRIES FRANKs. BROWN

H istorian

TH EO .

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FRANKs. BROWN

N.

DENSLOW


£lass History HE strength of a muscle depends upon the quality, not the size of U1e muscle. A small, hard muscle has more strength in it than a large flabby one. Some people's muscles do not grow large by exercise, but they undoubtedly grow strong. It is quality, not quantity, which counts. So it is with our class. Although few in numbers , we are great in strength. We proved this at the bulletin board , where, although outnumbered, we succeeded in putting up our challenge to the ::ophs. It was immediately torn down, but we think that we did well to hold it there even for an instant against such odds. In the push-rush we had only nineteen men, but so determined were we to win that the large number of sophomores was completely outclassed, and once again our quality stood the test against quantity. After the push-rush. although we threw ont a few taunts after the sophs during the march down town , we remembered our Sunday School lessons of early years, and seeing that our enemies were thirsty, gave them to drink. On the following Monday night several of us again showed the kindness of our hearts. Some sang, some recited poetry , others danced. Some did a ll three. And all this was for the amusement and ple:1sure of the class of 1903. In certain instances we men of 1904 rose from our beds, whither we had betaken ourselves at ten o'clock, and dirl our best to entertain our visitors, whom we did not wish to disappoint since they had climbed three flights of stairs expressly to see us. We here gave proof of two wellknown facts: That a man can be kind as well as bra•e , and that he can love his enemy . In the inter-class meet ''e met defeat for the first time. But perhaps this was policy on our part, for , had we won in that also, our class might not now be as large as it is. Yes, undoubtedly, it is a wise plan to humor an enemy now and then , lest he resort to deep and underhand scheming and thus harass you. At football we showed up ,-ery well. Fi,·e men in the class made the team, and, although other men were substituterl now and then, each man played three or more college games, one man playing through the entire season. Our class football team played well against the sophomores, and, had it not been for the darkness a nd the opportune arrival of a man not in college, who seemed to have appeared especially for the occasion (for he has not showed up about college since), we would undoubtedly ha,·e beaten them. As it was, the game turned out a t ie. VJe have two men who have playerl in games on the 'Varsity basketball team, and one is such an excellent player that he is greatly rnissed whenever he is unable to play. Onr class team showed itself to be very much superior to that of 1903. It is not our place to say whether the banquet to 1902 was a success. W/e leave that to the Juniors. One thing we can say, however: As far as the sophomores were concerned. it cuuld not have been more successful. With such a fine record for only a part of our first year , who can doubt that the possibilities of our class are greater than those o f many a larger one? Let us follow the advice of St. Paul, and, " reaching out unto those things which are before," "press toward the mark. " T. I. D.

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NAMR

RESIDENCE

Walter Best Allen Frederick Bethune Bartlett 路Frank Seiders Brown Morgan Hyde Buffington Theodore North Denslow Edgar Johnson Dibble Winter Hamilton Everest George Henry Heyn Arthm George Humphries Robert Lincoln McKeon Edward Hugh Maddox Edward James Mann George Franklin Seymour Moore Bayard Quincy Morgan Abner Packard William George Wherry

ROOM

Bayonne, N.J. 9 ]. H. So. Mane/tester I4J . H. Salmon FaLls, N.H. 29]. H. Kittanning, Pa. 23]. H . Muncie, Ind. 3I J. H. Betliel I3]. H. West Haveu, Ct . I2 N.T . Sparkill, N. Y. IS J. H. New York, N. Y. I7 J. H. Brooklyn, N. Y. 30}. H. Brooklyn, N. Y. I5 J. H . Oneonta, N. Y. 2 J. H. Quincy, ILL. IS N. T. Hartford 227 Sigourney St. Quincey, Mass. 5 J. H . Uuion Hill, N. J. IS J. H.

Spttlal Stuatnts RESIDENCE

NAME

ROOM

East Hartford East Hartford So. Manchester So . Maudzcste1' PliiladeLpl!ia, Pa. 43]. H. Was/ziugton, D. C. 5 ]. H. Bayonne, N.J. 37 J. H.

Frank Howard Ensign Robert Glenney Herbert Robinson Nicllvaine Herman Edward Townsend Raymond BrinckerhoffVan Tine

rormtr mtmbtrs Philadelphia , Pa . Chatham, N.J. Saybrook Point, Ct.

Paul Henry Mallet Prevost Brinton Ralph Charles Belcher Moore Mather Ingraham Rankin

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summary [. [. [. [.

I.

Course

r. I. I. f. f. f.

r. )t.

fl.

iu Arts

Course in Letters and Science

Co urse in Science

Co urse 10

Letters

Special Students

T o tal

Seniors

14

4

5

2-!-

Juniors

20

4

8

32

Sophomores

r8

5

7

30

Freshmen

13

3

17

Special Students

19

19

19

122

fi.

Undergraduates .

16

65

20

2

6

Graduate Students >rd ter H. H. H.

!28

Total ABBR.EVIATIONS-J . H., Jards Hall; S . H ., Sea bury Ha ll; N . T. , N o rthatn To wers .

Pa.

路. J. Ct.

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Sttrtt rrattrnititS

I. K.A. F ounded 1829

Epsilon Chapter of Delta Psi Established 1850

Phi Kappa Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi Established 1877

Alpha Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Established 1879

Beta Be;ta Chapter of Psi Upsilon Established 188o

Tau Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta Established 1893

Phi Psi Chapter of Alpha Chi Rho Founded 1895

45


(b¢ [Otal rrat¢rnitV of 1. R. Jl. FOUNDED 1829 AT TRINITY COLLEGE

47


JlttiOt mtmbtrs

RICHARD EuGENE PECK GODFREY BRINLEY AUGUSTINE HUGO WELLS ANDERSON CARLOS CuRTIS PEcK CHARLES HAWLEY HILL }EWETT COLE SAXON COLE ARTHUR CHADWELL SHORT HARRY GRAY CozzENS


rratr~s

in

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CHARLEs E. GRAvEs,

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jOHN H. BROCKLESBY, ' 65 WILLIAM C. BROCKLES BY, '70 ARTH R K. BROCKLESBY, ' 70 WILLIAM D. MoRGAN, '72 RoBERT G. ERWIN, '74 WILLIAM C. SKINNER, '76 GEORGE W. B EACH, '8o HERMANN LILIENTHAL, ' 86 ERNEST D EF. MIEL , ' 88 GEORGE

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ELLIS , ' 94

CHARLES L. B URNHAM, 'g8 ROBERT W. GRAY , '98

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eorporation

President JoHN HENRY STEVENS QuiCK

Secretary and Treasurer CHARLES L uTHER BuRNHAM

CHARLES EMMET GRAVES

R EV. ERNEST DEFEMERY MIEL

WILLIAJ\1, CLAIBORNE BROCKLESBY

ARTHUR COLLINS GRAVES

WILLIAM DENISON MORGAN, M .D.

GEORGE WATSON BEACH

ROBERT GALLAUDET ERWIN

THOMAS McKEAN

WILLIAM STERLING CoGSW ELL

HOBART WARREN THOMPSON

WILLIAM CONVERSE SKI NER

ALEXANDER TAYLOR MASON

EDWARD MANSFIELD ScuDDER

so


1. R. Jt.

6raduatt mtmbtrs

Abbott, C. W., '49 *Abbott, J.P., '49 Adams, G. z., '39 *Adams}. R., '49 Allen, E. T., '41 Andrews, C. M., 'S4 * Anistaki , J., '37 Arvedson , A. E., 'ot * Ashe,J. B., '30 * Backus, C. A. , '52 Bacon, F. S., '99 Bacon , }. W ., ' 46 Bakewell, J. , '59 * Barbour, J. H. , '73 Barclay, R ., 'So Bartlett, H. P ., '7 2 * Bayard, W. H., ' 41 * Bayley, J. R. , '35 Beach , E. S., 'S3 Beach , G. W. , 'So * Belden , N. M., '4S *Benton, M. F. , '5S Benton,J. R. , '97 * Bond, J. , ' 40 "' Bondurant, W . E., '63 Bowman , C. W. , 'S7 * Brainard, N. L. , ' 4 .~ ·• Brander, H. M., ' 45 * Brandt, L ., '49 *Brewer, W. L ., '3S Brinley, E. H ., '49 Brinley, P., ' 47 Brocklesby, A. K., ' 70

Brocklesby, J. H ., '65 Brocklesby, W. C., '69 * Browell, T. S., '35 * Buchanan,}., '53 Bull, W. M. , '39 Bu rnham, C. L. , 'g8 * Butler M. N., ' 44 * Caldwell, C. E., 'S2 * Campbell, C. I., '30 Candee, H. S., '93 Carpenter , J. S., ' 79 Carpenter, J. T., 'SS Carpenter, R . H ., 'Rr Chapin, D. D., '56 Chapin, W. M., '74 *Chapma n, C. R. , ' 47 Clapp , F., '55 Clark, A. M ., '77 Clark, E . S., '65 Clarke, R. M., '45 Clem~nt, P. W., '68 ( 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 Davies, W. G ., '6o * DeForrest G. A., '55


*Delancy, T. J., '40 * Delano, F. R., '65 Deming, W. C., '84 Dewell, F. W., 'o1 * DeZeng, E., '40 *Dick, J. 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 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., 'so * Gadsden , J. A., 'so Gall audet, B. B. , 'So Gallaudet, T. , •42 * Gardner, H. G., '65 Gowen, F. C. , '82 * Goddard, F. M., '96 * Gordon, 0 . K. , 's8 Graves, A. C., 'gr Graves, C. E., 'so Graves, D. C. , 'g8 Graves, G., '49 Graves, H. S., '92 Graves, 'R. S., '94 * Gray, J. W., '72 Gray, R. W . , 'g8 *Hale, C. F., '47 Hale, C. S., '62 *Halsey, A., '37 *Hamilton, H. C., '51 Hamilton, I. K., Jr. , •91 Hardee, C. H. , 'Sr *Harris, T. L. , '41 * Hasell, B. D., '49 * Hasell, L. C., •so Hawley, F. M., '6r * Hazlehurst, G. H., '42 Hazlehurst, J. \ V., 'sr Hazlehurst, R. , '41

* Henry, J. F. , '34 *Hewlett, S. H., '74 Heydecker, H. R ., ' 86 * H eyward, J. F. , '48 * Hoadly, C. J. , '51 H o llister, J. B., '84 H olly, J. A. , '91 * Hopson, E. C., ' 6~ Hopson, G. B., '57 H orton, P . A., '68 Hotchkiss, C. E. , '82 Hovey , H. E . , '66 Hu bbard, G . A., '94 Hyde, T. McE., 'go * Ingalls, T., '52 Jackson, R. E . , '45 * J arvis, 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., 'So * LeRoy, A. N . , '42 LeRoy, J., '69 *LeRoy, T. 0 . , ' 42 Lilienthal, H. , '86 Lynch, R. Leb., 'go Mack, J. E. , ' 71 * Mallory , G. S., '58 Mallory , R. H., '92 * Mallory , W . H. , '6o Marbl e , F. P., '82 * Marshall, J ., '42 Mason, A. T., '8r * Matthewson,}. , '46 McConihe , A., '89 McConihe, M. S. , '92 McConihe, \V ., 'go * Mcintosh, J. H., '53 McKean , T. H. , '92 McKennau , J. D. , '76 McLt>more, M. C., '89 * Meech, H. J., ' 42 Miel, E. DeF. , '88 52


Scott, E . G., '57 *Scudder, C. D., '75 Scudder, E. M., '77 *Scudder , H. J., '46 Scudder, H., '91 *Scudder , T., '54 Scudder, W., '89 Sedgwick, W. R ., '84 Shannon, J. W., '87 Sheldon , E. A., 'or * Sherman, H. B., '38 Sherman, H. M., '77 * Sherwood, W. B., '36 *Shipman, P. W., '82 Short, William, '69 * Singletary, G. E . B., '49 Skinner, W. C., '76 Small, E. F., '74 *Smith, C. H., '36 Smith, J. H., '74 *Smyth, J. W., '52 tarr, J., ' 56 *Starr, S., '29 Stedman, R. S., '63 * Stirling, W. H., '44 * Stone , J. A., '44 Stone, L. H., '87 * Stoug hton, N.C., '38 Story, 0. J., 'or * Summer, A. E. , '61 Sutton, E. B., '76 Taylor, C. E., '92 * Taylor, F. L., '43 Taylor , H. E . , '96 * Taylor, W. F., '44 * Terry, C. E., 'sr * Thomas, E. H., '41 Thompson, H. W. , ' 83 Titus, A. S., 'oo *Todd, C.J. , 'ss Tolles, W. A., '46 Townsend, C., Jr. , '03 * Tracey, vV. D., '42 *Tracey, J. R., '39 * Tudor, H. B., 'so Turner, J. H. , '38 *VanZandt , C. C., '51 *VanZandt, " ' ·• '29

*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 Morrill, C. A., '67 * Mowry, D. S., '67 Nelson , H., '87 Nelson, Vi/. B., '8r Nicholls, G. H., '39 * ~ichol , R. W., '33 Noyes, A. H., '89 Olmsted, W. B., '87 Olmsted, J. F., '84 ~·Overfield, J. L., '5 5 *Pardee, D. W., '40 Parks, S. H., '82 Paine, J., '92 Paine, 0. T., '96 *Paine, R. T., '32 *Paine,]. \V., '6r *Peake, C. F., '42 Peck, T. M., 'So *Peck, W. E., '7r *Perkins, L. H., '34 Peters, G. E., 'so Peugnet, L. D. , '93 *Phelps,]. S., '32 Potter, Louis, '96 * Powel, E. F., 'or *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. , 'so

53


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* Varley, C. D ., '41 W ainwright, F. C., '88 Wainwright, J. M ., '95 *Wainwright, W. A. M., '64 * Wait, J. T., '35 Warner, L. F., '85 * Warren, E. I., 'So Warren, G. T ., '90 Warren , J. M., '32 * Warren, W. H ., '34 Warren , W. H., '90 * Waring, C. M., '36 Washburn, L. C., '8r * Way, J. A., '37 * Webb, E. C., ' 75

* Webb, W. E., '40 Webb, W. W., '82 Welch , L. E., '86 White, J. G., '54 White, R . A., '8 1 Wiggin, A. H. , '68 Willard, 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., 'So Wright, A. E., '89 Wright, M. R., '91

* Deceased

54


Cbt rrattrnity of Dtlta Psi FOUNDED I N 18 47 AT COLUMBIA COLLEGE AND UNIVE RSITY OF NEW YO R K

ALPHA

Columbia College

DELTA

University of Pennsylvania

EPSILON

Trinity College

LAMBDA

Williams College

PHI

U niYersity of Mississippi

UPSILON

Un iversity of Virgin ia

SIGMA

Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University

TAu

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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\VALTER BEST ALLEN PHILIP LocKWOOD BARTON HENRY DAY BRIGHAM CHARLES ERAST S BRUCE , JR. STUART HAROLD CLAPP l.lARTIN WITHINGTON CLEMENT RoBERT HABERSHAM CoLEMAN NoEL GuiLBERT CuNNINGHAM JAMES MoSGROVE HuDSON REEVE HUNTI "GTON H

TCHINSON

THOIIIAS McLEAN HENRY Lours GoDLOVE MEYER ALFRED BuR "ETT QuAILE CHARLES HATHERN \VHEELER

57


Qraduatt mtmbtrs Of tbt Epsilon . ÂŁbapttr ~ Butler, W ., '58 Cady, J. C., '6o Camman , E. C., '96 * Carter, C. L., '54 * Cenas, B. C., '56 Chapin, F. W .. '79 Chapin , W . V., '78 Chapman , T. B. , 'So Cheever, J. D. , Jr., '81 Clark, J. W. , '63 Clement , J K. , 'oo * Clemson, T. G., '56 Clifford , S. W., '68 Clyde, W. P., '62 Colema n, R. H., '77 Comfort, B. F., '89 Cookson, F. M., '6 1 Coons, S. W ., 'oo * Coxe, J. N., '55 Crane, R . N. , '55 * Curtis, F. R ., 'So Curtis, G. M., 'So Curtis, R. H. , '68 Curtis, W . E., '75 * Darrell, A. S., '59 * Dayton , W . B. , '56 Deal, J. A., '72 DeForest , J. G., '82 DeRossett, A. I.., '62 * DeRossett, E. S., '64 * Devendorf, G. S., '55 Dobbin, E. S. , '99 DuBois, G . M., ' 74 DuBois, H . 0., ' 76 Eaton, V.f. H. , '99 Edson, S., '55

Allen, E . S., '94 Allyn, A. ,V. , '6r Appleton, C. A., '82 Appleton, E. D., 'So Appleton, H. C., 'Ss Arundel, W . B. Von H ., 'oo Atkinson, J. G., '64 Austin, W. M., '98 Bacon , ]. R., '92 Balch, F. A. , '98 Baldwin, F. T ., 'oo Barnwell, R. W., '72 * Barnwell, S. E. , '72 Barton, C. C., '69 Barton , C. C., Jr. , '93 * Beckwith, C. M. , '88 Beers, G. E . , '86 Benedict, L. LeG . , '88 Bibb, W. A., 1' 75 Blackwell , J., Jr., '66 Bliss, G. H. , '6 4 Bohle n, D. M. , '82 Bowen , A., '63 Brainerd, J. B., '82 Brandegee, J. E ., '74 * Brandegee, I.. C., '77 Breckenridge, A. E. , '70 * Breese , H . I.. , '57 Brenton, C., '99 Brigham, H. H ., '76 * Brown , T. M. , '64 * Buckingham, W. B., '69 Bulkeley, J. C., '93 Bulkeley, W. E. A. , '90 Burke, E. F., '95 Burr, W. H ., '78

ss


Ingersoll, G. P., '83 *Jardine, H. D., '68 Jarvis, S. F., Jr., '89 Jennings, A. B., '61 Kane, G., '75 * Kerr, E. L .• '55 *Kirby, 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 * Lev.,js, J. I., '62 Le\\,js, J. W. , '93 Lewis, S. S., '6r *Lewis, T. C., '71 Le,vis, w. H., '65 * Lincoln, F. T., '76 Lincoln, G . \V., '75 Macauley, G. T., 'go Macauley, R. H., '95 *Mackay, W. R., '67 Maginnis, J. H., 'o2 Martindale, H. S., '79 McClory, H., '51 McCullough, D. H ., '73 McCook, E. McP., '90 McCough, H. G., '75 McLean, T., '75 Miller, H., 'So * Miller, P. S., '64 Miller, S. T., '85 *Mines, F . S., '64 *Mines, J. F., '54 Morgan, B. T., '6r Morse, J. F., '66 Murray, A. S., Jr., ' 71 Murray, F. W., Yale, '77 Murray, R . , '73 Nelson, R. H., 'So Nichols, G. G., '67 * Norris, E . C., '61 Norris , H., '63 *Norton, F. L., '68 Nott, R. H., '71 Orton, W. 0., '92

Edwards, A. N., '76 Elbert, \V. N. , '79 Ellis, A. L., '98 Elton,J. P., '88 Elwell, G. E., '70 Everest, W. H., 'or Finch, E. B., '91 Fisher, T. R., '62 FitzGerald, F., '89 Fordney, T. P., '62 Fuller, J. R., '70 *Fuller, s. G., '58 Fuller, S. R., ' 70 Garrlner, C. H., '70 Gibson, B. S., '69 *Glazier, T. C., '6o Goldthwaite, A. C. , '99 Goodspeed, J. H., '66 ·• Goodwi n , G . H., '62 Graham, C. M., 'so Grannis, F. 0. '73 Greene, J. H., '91 Haight, F. E., '87 Haight, M. G., 'oo Hall, A. C., '88 H all, C. L., '92 H all, F. DeP., '78 Hallett, W. T. , '62 Harding, N., '73 Harraden, F. S., '67 Harris, W. R., '58 *Hartshorne, E. M., '56 Hayden, R. C. , '93 Hazelhurst, G. A., '79 Henderson , E. F., '82 Hendrie , G. T., '97 Hendrie, S., '87 Hill, G. H., '91 *Hill, W. C., '93 Hill, W. C., 'oo Hills, J. S., 'or 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 59


Owen, F. \V., 'S4 Padgett, P., '76 *Palmer, C. C., '51 Parker, B., '93 Parker, R. P., '94 Parsons, H., 'S3 Parsons, J. R., Jr., '81 Parsons, W. W., '96 Parsons, E., '96 Pattison, G. B., 'Sr Paxon, H. C., 'sr Pearce, J. S., '62 Pearce, R., '93 Peck, B. D., 'g6 * Peck, D. L., '62 Perkins, G. E., 'Sr * Pierce, H. H., 'sS *Pinckney, F. S., '62 Platt, Chas., Jr., '75 Platt, Clayton, ' 74 *Platt, W . A., '75 Potter, A. H . , ' 92 Re.e d, H. P., 'S4 * Roosevelt, F., 'S3 Russell, F. G., 'So Russell, I. D., '92 Russell, H., '84 Rutherford, H. V. , '76 Schulte, E. D. N., '97 Schulte, H. vonW., '97 Scott, H. B., '7S Scudder,J. A., '97 Sheldon, W. C., Jr., '82 *Shreve, W. I., 'S3 Sibley, A. S . , '92 Sibley, M. M., '97 Smallwood, S. B., '63 * Smith, B. S., '62 * Smith, I. S., '64 Smith, I. T., 'gr Smith, R. H., '69 Smith, W. G. W., '71 Stark, B., Jr., '79 Stark, W . M., '75 *Stedman, T. W., '74 * Steele, H. D., 'sr

Sterling, E. K., '99 * Stevens, S., '65 * Stillwell, R. M., '7o Strawbridge, J., '95 Strong, C. M. , '64 Strong,]. R. , 'S2 Stunner, C. A., '56 Swenson , E. P., '75 Swenson , :-5. A., '8r Talcott, A. B., 'go Talcott, C. H., 'gr Thompson, H. R. , '87 Thompson, S.C., '路,2 Thorne, . D., '71 Thorne , R., '85 Totten, C. A. L., '69 Trowbridge, C. C. , '92 Trowbridge, S. P. B.,'S3 * Underhill, G. B., '73 Van Zile, E. S .. '84 Vibbert, A. D., '99 Vibbert, H. C., '68 Vibbert, W. H., '58 ~- Vibbert, W. W., '94 \VarlZer, 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.McN. ,'57 * White, F. W., '7S Wilcox, F. L. , '8o Wilcox, E. P. , '8o " Wildman, T. G ., '57 Williams, C. C., '71 Williams, C. G . , 'So Wilson, W. C. D., '93 Wilmerding, H. , 'Sr Winkley, R. L., ' 79 Woodin, W. R., '58 Woodruff, E. H., 'S2 Wright, G. E . , '74 Young, A. M., 'Sz

*Deceased.

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Cbt rrattrnity of Jllpba Ddta Pbi FOUNDED IN 1832 AT HAMII, TON COLLEGE

Roll of ÂŁbapttrs HA~!IL'l'O:\!

COLUMBIA YALE A~!IIERS'I'

BRUNONIAN HARVARD Hunso:sr BOWDOIN DARTl\lOU'l'H PENI"S ULAR ROCHESTER WILLIA"'!S 1\L\:-<HA'l''l'AN MIDDLE'fOW:\! KENYO" UNION CoRNELL PHI K.\PPA JOHNS HOPKINS MI;\'NESOTA ToRONTO CHICAGO McGILL

Hamilton College Columbia College Yale niversity Amherst College Brown University Harvard University Western Reserve University Bowdoin College Dartmouth College University of Michigan University of Rochester Williams College College of the City of New York \ Vesleyan University Kenyon College Union College Cornell University Trinity College Johns Hopkins University University of Minnesota Toronto University University of Chicago McGill University

1832 !836 !837 !837 1837 !837 1841 1841 !845 !846 r8so r8sr r8ss r8s6 r8s8 r859 r869 !877 r889 1892 !893 1896 1897


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Jlctlv~ m~mb~rs PERCY HAWTREE BRADIN WILLIAM PURNELL BROWN THEODORE NORTH DENSLOW ADKINS HENRY RoBERT LI coLN McKEoN EDMUND CRAWFORD THOMAS RAYMOND BRINCKE RHOFF VAN TINE ]AlliES MERRYMAN WALKER RICHARD NICKS WEIBEL HowARD RussELL WHITE AUGUSTUS TALCOTT WYNKOOP


rratr~s

Hon . Edward B. Bennett, Yale ,'66 Percy S. Bryant, Phi Kappa , '70 Charles H. Bunce, Yale , '6o George F. Cady, Wesleyan , '69 Daâ&#x20AC;˘rid S. Calhoun, Yale , ' 48 George H. Day, Geneva , '73 Rev. E . S . Ferry , Wesleyan, '8 2 Horace S . Fuller, M.D. , Amherst , ' ss Arthur L . Gillett, Amherst , 'So Charles A. Goodwin, Yale , '98 Maitland Griggs , Yale , '96 Charles E. Gross, Yale , '69 Frederick H. L . Hammond , Wesleyan , '88 Panett M . Hastings, M .D ., Hamilton , ' 39 Edward B. Hatch. Phi Kappa , '86 Frederick Van H . Hudson , Dartmouth , '6o Harwood Huntington, Phi Kappa , '89 Rev. John T . Huntington, Phi Kappa. 'so Thomas F . Lawrence , Yale , '99 E. R. Lampson , Jr. , '9 1 Solon C . Kelley , Amherst , '92 L. P . Waldo Marvin , Yale , '92

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Leonard Morse , Amherst , ' 71 ReY . Kingsley F. Norris , Amherst , ' 73 Edward C. Perkins, Yale , '98 Henry A. Perkins , Yale, '96 Rev. Thomas R . Pynchon , D. D. , L.L.D. , Phi Kappa , '4 1 W . H. C. Pynchon , Phi Kappa , 'go Robert Wells Root , Williams , '96 Robert. H . Schutz , Phi Kappa , '89 Walter S . Schutz , '94 Hon. NathanielShipman , Yale , '48 Hon. George G . Sill , Yale , '52 RobertS. Starr , Phi Kappa , '97 Rev . Charles C. Stearns, Yale , '72 C. M . Stearns , Johns Hopkins , '98 Rev . Samuel M. Stiles, Wesleyan , ' 6o Samuel B. St. John , M .D. , Yale ,' 66 Melancthon Storr10, M.D ., Yale, '52 Henry E. Taintor, Yale, '65 Arthur R. Thompson , Yale , ' 96 David C. Twichell , Yale, '98 David Van Schaack , Phi Kappa , ' gr Prof. Williston Walker , Amherst , '83 Philip C. Washburn , Phi Kappa, '96 Arthur C. Williams , Yale , '98


Allen, H. W. , '97 Almy, S., '92 Andrews, R., '53 Applegate, 0., Jr. , '87 Armstrong, D. M., '5H Barber, W. W . , '88 Barto, R. V., '82 Beecroft, E. C., '97 Bellinger, E. B., '92 *Bixby, R . F., '70 Blackmer, W. C., '78 Boardman , " ' 路 H., '85 Boardman , \V. J. , '54 Booth, T . R., ' 52 Bowie, C. L. , '93 Bowman, J .P., '53 Bradfield , H. S., 'o2 Braclin, J. \V. , 'oo *Brainard, E. \V., '42 Brainard, J ., 'sr Brainard , }. M., '84 Briscoe, J ., Jr. , '9.'i Brown ell, H. B., '88 Bryan , \\'., '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, J. R. , '83 Carter , J. S., '98

Carter, L. A. , '93 Carter, S . , '94 Chase, F., '52 Cheritree, T. L. , '90 Cheshire, J. B., Jr., '69 Chipman, G. C., '45 * Chipman , G. S., ' 78 Chrystie, T. M. L., '63 Church, S. P. , '41 *Churchman , C., '93 Churchman, E. G. , '95 Clapp, F. R. , 'o2 Clark, A. F ., ' 75 Cadman, A. , '85 Coe, G. J., '74 Coil, C. W., '82 Coleman , G. P. , '90 Coley, J., '62 * 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 Culle n , J ., Jr., '93 Curtiss, H. C., '81 Da,路enport, J. S., '98 *Dickinson, E. L., '93 Ding wall, E. A. , '92 Dingwall, H. R. , '95 Drane, H. M., ' 52 Dyett, W. F., '96 E lliott, J . H ., '72 Fisher, R ., '56 Flagg, E. 0. , '48


* Huntington, H . K., '67 Huntington, J. T., 'so Huntington, J . W., '83 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 * Jewett, P. A., '37 * Kennedy , F ., '68 Kerner, H. S. , '99 Kidder, H . , '92 * Kirtland, J . , ' 70 * Kneeland , G . , 'So Kurtz , C. M., '83 Kurtz, J . E. , '77 Lampson , E . R., Jr. , '91 La ngford, A. M. , '97 Langford, W. S ., Jr., '96 Leaver , H . K ., '59 Littell, J . S., '90 Littell , S. H . , '95 Littell, E. G ., '99 Lockwood , L . V ., '93 L y man , A.J . , ' 78 McGann , J. M. , '95 Maddox, W . T ., '59 * Ma lle tt, W. P. , ' 40 Middlebrook, L . N. , ' 48 Moore, J. A. , ' 97 Mock, L. C., ' 78 Morgan , W. F ., '88 Morrison, P. B ., '94 Morse , B. K., '99 * Morss, ] . R. , ' 47 Newton , E. P . , '8r Norton, G. H. , ' 75 * Olmstead, H ., '42 Onderdonk, A. H. , '99 Pag e, J. H ., Jr. , ' 97 Palmer, N., '45 Peabody, F . B., ' 45 Perry, J. B., ' 72 * Perryma n, E. G. , '55

*Flagg, J. B., '46 * Flower, S . , '45 Foot, E. H., '98 Foote, C. E . , ' 76 Fox, R . H . , 'oo Freeland, C. W . , '8r * Fuller, F . B., '92 Fuller, S. R., 'oo * Geer, G.] ., ' 42 Gilmore, A. P., '74 Glazebrook, F . H., '99 Glazebrook, H. McK., 'oo Goodwin , J. , '86 * Goodwy n , W. S. , '38 Gordon, T. H. , '71 Graham, H. C. , '6r * Graham, J., ' 72 Grinnell, H . , ' 97 Griswold, B. H. , '66 H ager, W. C., '79 * Hall, G . R. , ' 42 H a mlin , A . C ., '87 H a mlin, E . P. , '95 H a mlin , G. N. , '91 Hardin g , A., ' 76 Hatch, E. B. , '86 H ays, J . McC. , '86 H ays, W. W., ' 58 H azelhurst, G. B. , ' 77 * H eath, J. F. , '38 H e drick, C. B. , ' 99 Hensh a w , C. H. , '53 Heister, I. , ' 76 * Hills, G . M., '47 Hills, J . D., '78 Hills, G . H., '84 Hills, R. , '84 Holcomb , B. T., ' 59 Holley , W . W . , '6r * Hoof, ] . L ., ' 46 Hooker, S . D., ' 77 Hooper, G. G. , '66 Horner, H. A. , 'oo Howell, G . D. , '82 Hubbell, J. H. , '56 * Humphre y, G. F. , '85 * Hunter, C . , '78 Huntin g ton , G . S. , '81 66


*Peters, W. C., ' 48 * Pitts, c. H., '65 Plumb, J. F., '91 Plumer, L. M., '74 Plumer, S., Jr., '97 Porter, T. A., '76 Potts, F. H., '68 Prescott, 0. S . , '44 Preston,]. A., '55 Putnam, \V. T. , '1!8 Pynchon, T. R., '41 Pynchon, \V. H. C., '90 *Randall, E. D., '92 Reynold s, L. G., '98 Rich , E. A., '99 Richardson, F. W., '8 ~ Robbins,]. P., '69 * Sartwelle, W. D., '75 Schutz, R. H., '89 Schutz, w. s., '94 Schwartz, D. L., 'oo Sennett, L. F., '89 Sherwood, G. H., 'oo Sistare, C. G., ' 47 *Smith, P. , '90 Smyth,]. D., '74 Snow, A. H. , '79 *Deceased.

Snyder, E., '72 Starr, R. S., '97 路:<- Stimson, L. B., '48 Stewart, G. T., '78 Stewart, W.J. S., '88 Stone, M., 'So * Stone, S., 'So * Storm, C., '39 Sullivan, F. R., '66 Thunnan, A. VI!., '67 Tracy, E., '55 * Vanderpoel, A.M., '89 Van Schaack, D., '91 Wadsworth, L. F., '44 \Varner, A. J., ' 42 \Varner , D. T., '72 \Varner, M. C., '88 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 * William!>,]. H., '54 * \Vilson, G. H., '93 Woodruff, F. D., '83 * Yale , H. A. , ' 46


Cbt rrattrnity of Dtlta Rappa Epsilon FOUNDED IN I844 AT YALE UNIVERSITY

Roll of ÂŁbapttrs PHI THETA. Xr SIGMA. GAMMA PSI UPSILON CHI BETA . ETA KAPPA. LAMBDA PI IOTA ALPHA Al.PHA OMICRON EPSI[,ON

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Mu Nu BETA PHI PHI Car PSI PHI GAMMA PHI PSI OMEGA BETA CHI . DEl.TA CHI . PaiGAMMA GAMMA HE:TA THETA ZETA Al.PHA CHI. PHI EPSILON SIGMA TAU DEl.TA DELTA AI:,PBA PHI. TAU LAMBDA DE:l.TA KAPPA TAU Al.PHA

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 TTniversity Kenyon College . Dartmouth College Central University Middlebury College University of Michigan Williams College Lafayette College Hamilton College Colgate University College of the City of New York University of Rochester Rutgers College . De Pauw University Wesleyan University Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute Adelbert College Cornell University Syracuse University Columbia .Gollege University of California Trinity College University of Minnesota Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Chicago . University of Toronto Tulane University University of Pennsylvania McGill University

1844 1844 1845 1846 1847 1847 I85o r85o 1851 1852 r852 1852 1853 I853 1854 I855 1855 rSss r8s6 r8s6 r8s6 r8s6 I86r I866 r867 1867 r868 1ts70 1871 1874 1876 1879 1889 r8go 1893 1898 1898 1899 1900 ~

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Jllpba £bi £bapttr

Honorary mtmbtr GEN. JOHN P. HARBISON

JfctiVt mtmbtrs HARRY BEEBE ALTEMUS WILLIAM PERRY BENTLEY EDGAR JOHNSON DIBBLE JoHN DAULBY EvANS FRANK HALSEY Foss ARTHUR GEORGE HUMPHRIES EDWARD HUGH MADDOX RoBERT CAREY McKEAN HUGH DEMPSTER WILSON, }R .

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omens Presidettt Secretary and Treasurer

CoL. jACOB L. GREENE, Michigan, '61 CHARLES P. COOLEY, Yale, '91

mtmbtrs The four hundred and fifty Alumni of the Fraternity in the State of Connecticut.

'fratru in Urbt Alden, H. W., M. I. T., '93 Ayres, W. A., Yale, '64 Bacon, Dr. W. T., Yale, '68 Baldwm, H. S., M. I. T., '96 Beardsley, E. R., Yale, '79 Calkins, F. H., C. C. N.Y., 'So Camp, J. S., Wesleyan, '78 Case, Hon. VI/. C., Yale, '57 Clark, C. H., Yale, '71 Collins, A., Yale, '73 Conant, G. A., Amherst, '71:! Cone, J. B., Yale, '57 Cooley, C. P., Yale, ' 91 Cooley, F. R., Yale, '86 Day, A. P., Yale, '90 Davis, F. W., Yale, '77 Forrest, C. R., Yale , '65 Freeman , H. B., Yale, '62 Freeman, H. B., Jr., Yale, '92 Graves,]. A., Yale, '72 Goddard, G. S., Wesleyan, '91 Greene, J. L., Michigan, '61

Howe, D. R., Yale, '74 Hyde, F. E., Yale, '79 Hyde, W. W., Yale, '76 Ingalls, Dr. P. H., Bowdoin, '77 Matson, W. L., Yale, '62 Parker, Rev. E. P., Bowdoin, '56 Pattison, Rev. Harold, Rochester, '92 Porter, J. A., Yale, '78 Pratt, W. W., Adelbert, '85 Prentice, Hon. S. 0., Yale, '73 Robbins, E. D., Yale, '74 Ryce, L. C., Yale, S., '86 Smiley, E. H., Colby, '75 Starr, Dr. P. S., Yale , '6o St. John, \1./ . H., Yale) ' gr Taylor, J. M ., Williams, '67 Tucker, J.D., Yale, '61 Utley, G. B., Brown, '99 \1./ay, C. L., Yale, '85 \Velch, A. A . , Yale, '8 2 \Villiams, Rev. H. D., Amherst, '91 Woodman, Charles, Colby, '98


Jewett, David Baldwin, 'oo Johnson, Charles Amos, '92 Johnson, Edwin Comstock, 2d, 'SS Johnson, Frederick Foote, '94 Leaf, Edward Bowman , 'S '\ Lecour, Joseph Henry, '9S Leonard, Loyal Lovejoy, '96 Linsley, Arthur Beach, 'S2 Loomis, Hiram Benjamin , 'S5 Lord, James Watson, '9S Loveridge, Henry Clarence, 'So Lund , Frederick Albert, '99 Mead, Ralph Cutler, '99 Mitchell, Samuel Smith, 'S5 McCulloch, William Hugh, '91 McLean, Malcolm Appleton, '03 *McNeil, William John, 'or Olcott, William Tyler, '96 Pedersen, Victor Cox, '91 Penrose, John Jesse . Jr., '95 Plimpton, Howard Daniel, '97 Pnrdy. Charles Edward, 'SS Ra msdell , Julian Elroy, '92 Reese, \Vard Winters, '95 Reiland, Carl George, '97 Reineman, Adolph William, 'Sr Reineman, Robert Theodore, 'S3 Remington, Charles Hautrd, 'S9 Rogers , Wellington James, 'So Smart, John Harrow, '95 Smith, Joseph Sewall, Jr., '94 * Smith, Oliver Alcott. 'Q4 Stockton, Elias Boudinot, '91 Stoddard, Solomon. '94 Strong, A !bert William , '94 Strong, Charles H e nry, 'or Stuart, Albert Rhett, Jr., 'SS Stuart. William Clarkson, 'SS Thurston, Theodore Payne , '91 Tomlinson , Simon Lewis, 'oo Walker, William Dundas, 'S2 Warner, William Alfred, '99 Waters, Charles Thomas, 'S7 \Veed, Arthur H e nry, '02 Weed, Charles Frederick, '94 Wharton, \Villiam Parker, 'or \Vheeler, Francis Melville, 'S:. Wildman , \Valter Beardslee, 'gS Willcox, Reginald Norton, '99 Williams, Francis Goodwin, '89 Wright. Arthur Henry, 'S3 Wright, Boardman, 'S9 \Vright, George Herman. '91 Wright, William George. '91 Wright, Frederick Amaziah, '94

Anderson, Alexander Hopkins, 'S7 Barrows, John Chester, 'So Barrows, William Stanley, 'S4 Bartholomew, Dana Wightman, '97 Baxter, Irving Knott, ' 99 Bales, Robert Peck, '93 Benson, Reuel Allan, '99 Benton, William Lane Hall, 'S9 *Bidwell, Lawson Brewer , '8o *Bidwell, Walter DaYison , '8r Birdsall, Paul, 'S6 *Bishop, Nelson Howard, '92 Black, Harry Campbell, 'So Bowie, \Villiam, '93 Brewer, Seabury Doane , '82 Brooks, Rcelif Hasbrouck, 'oo Brown, George Israel, 'S8 Brown, Thomas Prosser, 'oo Brown, Duncan Hodge, '03 Burchard, John Dixon, 'oo Burnham , John Bird, '9 1 Burt, Luther Harold, 'oo Burton, Richard Eugene, '83 Cable, Julius "athaniel, '02 Cartwright, Morgan Rouse , '98 Case, Theodore Grafton , 'oo Chapman, Thomas Bion, 'S3 Cole, Marc Wheeler, '97 *Cook, Charles Smith, '81 Coster, Martyn K erfoot , '87 Coster, \Villiam Hooper, '91 Coster, Charles Calvert, '97 Cowles, Arthur \Voodruff , 'Sr Crabtree, Albert, '92 Danker, \Valton Stoutenburg, '97 * Dauchey, Nathan Follin, 'Ss Davis, Cameron Josiah , '94 Deuel, Charles Ephraim, '87 Eastman, Roger Charles, '88 Fleming, David Law, 'So Forrester, Henry Townes, 'or French, George Herbert, '92 * Goodrich, William Sloo, '82 Graff, Henry Addison. '86 Grint, Alfred Poole. '8r Griswold, Clifford Standish, 'go Hall, Gordon, '92 Hamilton, Charles Anderson, 'S2 Hammond, Otis Grant, '92 Holden, Seaver Milton , '82 Hopkins. Louis Albert, '97 Horne, Charles Albert, '93 Hubbard, William Stimpson , '88 Humphries, Harry Richard, '94 â&#x20AC;˘ Deceased

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Roll of ÂŁbapttrs THETA

Union College

DELTA

New York University

BETA

Yale University

SIGMA

Brown University

GAMMA

Amherst College

ZETA

Dartmouth College

LAMBDA

Columbia College

KAPPA

Bowdoin College

PSI

Hamilton College

XI .

Wesleyan University

UPSILON

University of Rochester

IOTA

Kenyon College

PHI

University of Michigan

PI

Syracuse University

CHI

Cornell University

BETA BETA

Trinity College

ETA

Lehigh University

TAu

University of Pennsylvania

Mu

University of Minnesota

RHO

University of Wisconsin

OMEGA

University of Chicago 72


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HERBERT ROBINSON MCILVAINE EDMUND SAWYER MERRIAM SAMUEL ST. JoHN MoRGAN ABNER PACKARD GEORGE DouGLAS RANKIN HAROLD HuNTINGTON RuDD JosEPH PEllfBER'rON 路wELLES TAYLOR HERMAN EDWARD TowNSEr D "WALTER SLATER TR l\1BULL ARTHUR REGINALD VAN DE WATER FRANCIS ELy wATERMAN WILLIAM HARDIN WHEELER

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fratr¢s in Urb¢ James P. Andrews, Beta, '77 Rt. Rev .. Chauncey B. Brewster, Beta, '68

Frank E. Johnson, Beta Beta, '84 Prof. A. R. Merriam, Beta, '77

John H. Buck, Beta, 'gt

Charles Shiras Morris, Beta Beta, '96

Hon. John R. Buck, Xi, '62

John J. Nairn, Beta, 'So

Clarendon C. Bulkely, Beta Beta, '75

Francis Parsons, Beta, '93

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

Arthur Perkins, Beta, '87

Charles W. Burpee, Beta, '83

Edward L. Pollock, Beta, '84

E. W. Capen, Gamma, '94 WilliamS. Case, Beta, '85

Henry Roberts, Beta, '77

Albert St. Clair Cook, Beta, '89 William H. Corbin, Beta, '89

John T. Robinson, Beta , '93 Lucius F. Robinson, Beta, '85

HenryS. Robinson, Beta, '89

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

Edward W. Robinson, Beta Beta, '96

J. H. Kelso Davis, Beta Beta, '99

E. F. Sanderson, Gamma, '96

John C. Day, Beta, '57 Louis~. Denniston, Xi,

Henry P. Schauffler, Gamma, '93

George H. Seyms, Beta Beta, '72 ' 02

Leonard A. Ellis, Beta Beta, 'g!l Charles E. Fellows, Beta, '56

Forrest Shepherd, Beta, '92 Arthur L. Shipman, Beta, '~6

Re\'. Prof. Henry Ferguson, Beta Beta, '68

Lewis E. Stanton, Beta, '55

Samuel Ferguson, Beta Beta, '96

James U. Taintor, Beta, '66

George H. Gilman, Beta, '9;)

Franklin H. Taylor, Pi, '84

T . Welles Goodridge, Beta Beta, '92 Wilbur F. Gordy, Xi, '70

James R. Turnbull, Beta, '92

Hon. Wm. Hamersley, LL.D., Beta Beta, '58

Edgar F. Waterman, Beta Beta, 'gS

Hon. Joseph R. Hawley, LL.D., Psi, '47 R. W. Huntington, Beta, '!lg

Lewis S. \Velch, Beta, '89 Charles G. Woodward, Beta Beta, '98

Prof. Charles F. Johnson, Beta, '55

P. Henry Woodward, Beta, '55

Re\·. Joseph H. Twichell, Beta , '59

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*Alexander, H. W., '57 Backus, B. E., '70 Bailey, M. K., '79 Baldwin, L. B., '6o Barbour, H. M., ' 70 * Barbour, H. G., '96 Beardsley, W. A., '87 * Beaupillier, A. L., '56 *Beckwith, J. W., '52 * Benedict, S., '47 Benjamin, W. H., '57 * Betts, J. H., '44 Birckhead, J. B., '94 * Birckhead, W. H ., '61 * Bishop, H., '6r Blair, W. R., '75 Bolles, E. C., '55 * Bostwick, H. P., '46 *Bostwick, W. L., '5I Bowdish, J. T., '73

Bull, F. S., '9r Bull, W. A., '9[ *Bull, A. B., '59 Burgwin, G. C., '72 Burgwin, J. H. K., '77 Burgwin, A. P., '82 Burke, E. N., ' 79 Burrage, F. S., '95 *Cady, D. K., '55 Cammann, D. M., '72 Campbell, R. M., '78 Carpenter, C., '8 2 Carpenter, S. B., '73 Carter, H. S., '69 Chase, H. R., '72 Child, C. G., '86 Child, E. N., Jr., '85 * Clark, G., '70 *Clerc, C. M., 路45 Clerc, F. J., '43 Coggeshall, M. H., '96 Coleman, C. S., '82 * Collins, J. B. J ., '74 *Colt, W. U., '44 Cook, S. W., 'o2 Corson, D. S., '99

Bowles,J. H., '6o Boylston, C. W., '78 Brady, R. McC., '90 Bredin, W. S., 'So Brevoort, E. R., '68 *Brewer, A. L., '53 * Bridge, J., '47 Brinley, G. M., '88 Brinton, P. H . M.P., '04 Bronson, M., '52 Broughton, C. DuB., 'y5 * Brown, T. M., '5o 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

Cotto11, D. P., '7I Cotton, H. E., '74 Craik, C . E., '74 Crawford, J. W. R., '88 * Crosby, W. L., 'So

Cummins, A. G., '5I Cunningham, J. R ., '85 * Dashiell, E. F., '46 Davis, J. H. K., '99 *Dayton, M. B., '63 * Dewey, D.P., 路64 Dickerson, E. N., Jr., 'H Dockray, E. L., '83 76


Douglas, G. W., '7! Douglas, A. E., '1:!9 *Douglas, M., '46 Downes, L. W., 'SS Drayton, W., '7 1 Drumm, T. J., '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. , 'Sr Elwyn, T. L. , '92 *Ely, J. F., '64 Emery, R., '51 Emery, W. S., 'Sr Everest, C. S., '7 I Ferguson, E. M., '59 Ferguson, H., '6S *Ferguson, J. D., '51 *Ferguson, S., '57 Ferguson W., '63 Ferguson, W., Jr., '93 Ferguson, S., '96 Fiske, D. W , 'oo Fiske, G. McC., '7o *Flower, Samuel, '45 *Fogg, T. B., '52 Fowler, F. H., '6r French, G. A., '89 French, L. , '53 Frye, P. H. , '1:!9 Gage, A. K., '96 Gage, W. H., '96 Gallaudet, E. M., '56 Gardiner, E. R., '56 George,J. F., '77 George, J. H., '72 George, T. M. N., 'So Giesy, S. H. , '85 *Gilman, G. S., '47 Golden, H. L., 'S3 *Goodrich, A. B., '52 Goodrich,]. B., '66 Goodridge, E., '6o *Goodridge, F., '57 Goodridge, T. W., '92

Gould, C. Z., 'S2 *Greene, F. H., 'S2 Greene, G., '83 Green, H. D., '99 *Green, V., '6o Greenley, H. T., '94

Gregory, H. M., '56 Gwinn, F. W., '7 2 * Hall, S., '54 Hamersley, W., '5S * Harriman, F. D., '45 Harriman, F. W., '72 * Hart, G., '70 Hart, S., '6o Hartley, G. D., '93 Hayden, C. C., '66 * Hermann, S., '57 * Hewitt, S. G., '77 Hickox, G. A., '51 Hicks, G. c., '56 Hicks, J. M., '54 * Hicks, W. C., '41:! Hicks , W. C., Jr., '91 Hicks, DeF., '96 * Hitchcock, W. A., '54 H _itchcock, W. H., 'S4 * Hoff, H., 'S2 Holway, 0., 'So Hubbard, E. K.,Jr., '92 Hubbard, L. DeK., '93 Hudson, R . , '71 * Hugg, G. W., '62 Hurd, A. D., ' 77 * Hurd ,J. D., '74 Huoband, C. H., 'S9 Hyde , E. M., '73 H yde, F. B., '98 Ingalls, F. C., '99 * Isbell , C. M., '63 * Jack~on, A., '6o * Jackson, W. A., 'S3 *Johnson, E. E., '59 Johnson , F. E., 'S4 Johnson, G. D., '54 *Johnson, S. W., 'Sr Johnson , F. F., '94 Johnson , Vv. MeA., '98 Jones , C. W. , 'S r 77


Jones, E. P.,Jr., '77 Jones, W. N . , '88 *Kelley,]., '44 Kempe, E . A. , '8r Kendal, G. T. , '99 Kennett, L. M., '70 Kissam, E. V. B., '69 * f(ittredge, A. S., '57 K!oppe1lb1t1-g , H. IV. , '58 * Knickerbacker, D. B., '53 Kramer, F. F ., '89 * Krumbhaar, \V. B., 'ss Lanpher, 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., 'so *Luther, R . M., '90 Mackay-Smith, A., '72 *Macklin, R. B., '58 Magill, G. E., '84 Marshall, M. M., '63 Mather, W. G., '77 * McConihe, S., 's6 McCook, P. ]., '95 * McCook, G. S., '97 McCrackan, J. H., '82 McCrackan, W. D., '85 Mcilvaine, J. G., 'oo Mcivor, N. \V., '82 Mea rs,]. E., '58 Morris, F., '64 Morris, B. \V.,Jr. , '93 *Morris , J. H ., '45 Morris, C. S., '96 Mowe, \V. R., ' 70 *Neely, A. D. , '85 Neely, H. R. , '8<1 Nichols, W. F., '70 Nichols,]. W., '99 Nichols, W . M., 'or Niles, W. W., '57 Niles, E. C., '87 Niles, W . P., '93 Oberly, H. H., '65

I

Olmstead , C. T., '65 *Olmstead , H. K., '46 Owen, H. C., '99 *Paddock, B. H. , '48 *Paddock, J. A., '45 Paddock, L. S., 'so Paddock, L. H. , '88 Paddock, R. L ., '94 Paris, I., Jr., ' 76 Parker , C . P., '73 Parrish, H., '91 Pattison , A. E., 'So Pelton, H. H. , '93 Penfield, W. D., '6 2 * Pettitt, W. F., '46 Phillips, C. W., '71 *Polk , A. H., '53 *Pond, C. M., '58 Potwine , \V. E., '79 Pressey, E. A., '92 Pressey , \V., '90 * Preston, T. S., ' 43 Purdy , E. L., '84 *Purdy, J. S., '49 Raftery, 0. H., '73 Rankin, M. I., '04 Rem se n, H. R., '98 Rhineha rt, E. J., '76 Roberts, B. C., '95 *Roberts, W. J., '75 Robinson, E. W., '96 Rogers , L. \V., '91 Rogers, W. E., '77 *Rudder, \V. , '48 Saltus, R. S., '92 Saltus, L., '87 Sargeant, G. \V., '90 Scarborough,]., '54 Scott, E. N., '89 *Scott,]. T., '9 1 Scott, W. G., '88 Sexton, T. B., '6o <<Sey mour, C. H., '52 Seyms, G. H., '72 *Shaw, J. P. C., '71 Shemtan, S., 'so Short, \V. S., '83 Shreve, B. F. H., '78


Smith, C. B., '54 *Spencer, W. G., '53 Stanley, G. M., '68 Stanley,]. D.;'77 Stedman, T. L., '74 ·*Steele, 0. R., '53 *Sterling, J. C., '44 Stocking, C. H. W., '6o Stoddard, E. V., '6o Stoddard, J., '71 Storrs, L. K., '63 Stotsenberg, J. H., 'so Stout, J. K., '70 *Studley, W. H., 'so Sullivan, E. T., '89 Sutton, MeW. B. E., '99 * Syle, H. W., '67 Syle, L. D., '79 Taylor, E. B., '73 Taylor, E. P., 'oo Taylor, J.P., '43 Tibbits, W. B., '61 Tibbits, C. H., '8 7 Tingley, G. C., '52 Travers, E. S., '98 *Tremaine, C. H. B., '66 *Truby, J. M., '79 Tullidge, E . K., '76

Tuttle, R. C., '89 *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., '98 Webb, W. R., '78 Webster, L., ' So * Webster, W. H., '6r * Welles, H. T., '43 Welles, L. H., '64 Whitcome, F. B., '87 Whitney, H. E ., ' 74 Williams, ]., 'go Willson, C. T., '77 * Willson, D. B., '79 ·• Winchester, S. F., '66 * Witherspoon, 0., '56 \.Voodle , A. S., '99 Woodman, C. E., '73 \.Voodward, C. G., '98 Worthington, E. W., ' 75 Yardley, T. H., '92 Zie"gler, P., '72

*Deceased

NaJnes of members to be initiated in italics.

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Cbt Jrattrnity of Pbi 6amma Dtlta FOUNDED IN 1848 AT WASHINGTON AND }EFFERSON COI,I,EGE

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Mu Mu SIGJ\IA ZETA LAMBDA Psi TAU ALPHA DEUTERON GAMMA DEUTERON KAPPA TAU

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University of Maine Massachusetts Institute of Technology Worcester Polytechnic Institute . Amherst College Union College Trinity College Yale University Colgate University Cornell University Columbia College College of the City of New York New York University . University of Pennsylvania Lafayette College Lehigh University Pennsylvania College Bucknell University Allegheny College Washington and Jefferson College Pennsylvania State College . Johns Hopkins University . University of Virginia Washington and Lee University Hampden-Sidney College Roanoke College . Richmond College Ohio State University . Wooster University Ohio Wesleyan University Wittenberg College Denison Universitv University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota Indiana University De Pauw UniYersity Wabash College . Hanover College Illinois Wesleyan University Knox College . University of Tennessee Bethel College Kansas University William Jewell College University of California University of Illinois . University of Nebraska University of Missouri University of Washington

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Charles Judd, '93

Louis Isaac Belden, '94

William Eugene Conklin, '93

Samuel Wilkinson Maguire, '95

Madison Brown Bordley, '95

Alfred Hallet Wedge, '95

Frank Raymond Young, '95

Charles Hubbell Street, '96

Arthur Fletcher Miller, '95

James Walter Gunning, '96

George Francis Langdon, '96

Leroy Kilbourn Hagenow, '96

Joseph Henry Buell, '96

Percival \Vatsou Wood, '97

William Curtis White, '97

Sanford Irving Benton, '97

Joseph Devine Flynn, '97

Albert Dumond Merwin, Ex '98

Herman E. Tull, '97

Clarence Alexander Smith, '99

Percival Sargent Smithe, 'g8

Raymond Sanford Yeomans, '99

Norman Milo Loomis, Ex 'g8

Clifford Knox Wood, Ex 'oo

Charles Andrew Monaghan, '93

Harold Simeon Backus, Ex

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James Rogers Vetich, Ex '03

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R. J. Clapp, Pi Iota, '93

James \V. Gunning, Tau 1\.lpha, '96

Samnel S. Hotchkiss, Mn Deuteron, '92

Joseph D. Flynn, Tau Alpha, '97

Dr. Arthnr B. Kellogg, Mu Epsilon, 'go

Dr. Clifford B. Brainard, Nu Deuteron, 'g8

Kenneth E. Kellogg, Omega, '93

Frederick T. Jarman, Nu Deuteron, 'o2

James N. H. Campbell,

u Deuteron, '03


Cb¢ rrat¢rnuv of Jllpba £bi Rbo FOUNDE D IN 18 95 A'r TRINITY C OLLEGE

Roll of £bapt~rs PHI Psr

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Trinity College Polytechnic Institute ofBrooklyn University of Pennsylvania Iowa State University Columbia University


(b¢ Pbi Psi £bapt¢r

1901

Frank Stephen Morehouse Aubrey Henry Derby

George Graham Burbanck James Albert Wales Francis Raymond Sturtevant

19 02

J a me:; H enderson John White Walker Robert Burton Gooden

Edgar Martin Rogers Edwin Schively Carson

Charles Edward Tuke

Joseph Baird Crane

Fred Augustus Higgiubotham George Herbert Holden

Marshall Bowyer Stewart Edward Henry Loren z

Howard Bell Ziegler Philip Safford Clarke

Robert Wight Trenbath Ora Wilfred Craig

Harold Clifton Van Weelden

Hervey Boaraman Vanderbogart

Edward James Mann George Seymour Moore

Bayard Quincy Morgan

William George Wherry

Karl Philip Morba

Frank Howard Ensign, Jr. George Henry Hey n Frank Seiders Brown !54



'tratru In Urbt F. H. Hastings , Phi Psi , '96 Carroll C. Beach, M .D., Phi Psi, '96 A. M. Sturtevant, Phi Psi, '98 H. J. Blakeslee, Phi Psi , '98 H. L. Cleasby , Phi Psi , '99 V . F. Morgan, Phi Psi , '99 A. C. Hall, Phi Psi, Ex 'oo E. L . Simonds, Phi Psi , 'oo T. M. Syphax , Phi Psi , Ex ' o2 C. C. Thurber , Phi Psi , Ex '03

Jflumni mtmbtrs of tbt Phi Psi f bapttr Rice , Harry Landon , '99 Richmond , Denison, Ex 'oo

Addis, Emmett , '99 Arnott, Alexander, 'oo Beach, Carroll Charles, '96 Benson, Lloyd Raeburn , '99 Blakeslee, Henry Jones, '98 Brines, Moses James, 'oo Buck , Frederick Earle, '98 Cleasby, Harold Loomis, '99 Colloque, Orrok Paul, '99 Eardeley, William Applebie, '96 Hall , Ama;;a Clark, Ex 'oo Hastings, Francis Homer, '96 Henry , Charles William , '99 Kurth , Karl Franz Frederick, Ex ' oo McElwain, Frank Arthur, '99 Morgan, Victor Forrest, '99

Rouse , William Herman, '96 Sherriff, Herbert Thomas, '97 Simonds , Ernest Leon, 'oo Smart, Charles Thomas , 'oo Stacey, Everett Eugene, Ex 'or Sturtevant , Albert Morey, ' 98 Syphax-, Theophilus Minton , Ex 'o2 Thurber,ChristopherCarson , Ex '03 Tracy , Ellsworth Morton , 'oo Van Meter, Allen Reshell , '99 Walker, Robert, It '9r Walker, William Taylor, '97 Ziegler, Carl Gottlob, '97 Ziegler, Paul, h '72

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Bowdoin Colby Dartmouth University of Vermont Middlebury Harvard Amherst Williams Tufts Brown Yale Trinity Wesleyan Union University of City of New York College of City of New York Columbia Hamilton Hobart Colgate Cornell Rochester Syracuse Rutgers Dickinson Lehigh Lafayette ni,路ersity of Pennsylvania Swarthmore John.; Hopkins William and Mary Adelbert Kenyon Marietta I.'ePauw State niversity North western University of Minnesota University of rebraska State University

ALPHA OF MAI:-<E BETA OF MAINE . ALPHA OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ALPHA OF VERMONT . BE'l'A OF VERMONT ALPHA OF MASSACHUSETTS BETA OF MASSACHUSETTS . GAMMA OF MASSACHUSETTS DELTA OF MASSACHUSETTS ALPHA OF RHODE ISLA:-<D ALPHA OF CONNECTICUT BETA OF CONNECTICUT GA?<IMA OF CONNECTICUT ALPHA OF NEW YORK BETA OF EW YORK GAMMA OF NEW YORK DELTA OF NEW YORK EPSILON OF NEW YORK ZETA OF NEw YORK . ETA OF NEW YORK THETA OF NEW YORK IOTA OF NEW YORK KAPPA OF NEW YORK ALPHA OF NEW JERSEY ALPHA OF PENNSYT.VANIA BETA OF PENNSYLVANIA GAMMA OF PENNSYLVANIA DELTA OF PENNSYLVANIA . EPSILON OF PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA OF MARYLA=-<D AI,PHA OF VIRGINIA ALPHA OF OHIO . BETA OF OHIO GAMMA OF OHIO ALPHA OF INDIAJ\.'_ ALPHA OF KANSAS ALPHA OF ILLINOIS ALPHA OF MINNESOTA ALPHA OF NEBRASKA . ALPHA OF IOWA .

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Btta of £onntdi(Ut CHARTERED 1845

Offtctrs REV. T. R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D.

President

REV. J. T. HUNTINGTON, M.A.

Vice-President

REV. SAMUEL HART, D.D.

Secreta1y

GEORGE LEWIS COOKE, M.A.

Treasurer

FRANK STEPHEN MOREHOUSE

Assistant Secretary

JAMES ALBERT WALES

Assistant Treasurer

£lass of

19~1

Aubrey Henry Derby Frank Halsey Foss Frank Stephen Morehouse Francis Raymond Sturtevant James Albert Wales Charles Hathern Wheeler


tiraduatt and l)onorary mtmbtrs Ackley, W. N., '63 Alcorn, E. C., '74 Alling, S. H ., '92 Andrews, C. M ., 'S4 (It '96) Andrews, S. J. (It '67) 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, W . S., 'S4 Barton, C. C., '69 Bates, J. M., '7 2 Bates, R. P. , '93 Bates, W. H., ' 72 * Beardsley, E . E., '32 (It '46 ) Beardsley, W . A., 'S7 Beers, G. E., 'S6 Belden, N. M. , 'SS * Belden, N. M. , '4S Be nedict, L. L eG., 'SS * Benedict , S ., '47 Benton, J . R ., '97 Benton, R. A. , '64 * Bidwell, L. B., 'So Birckhead, J. B., ' 94 Black, H. C. , 'So Bolles, E. C., 'ss Bowie, W., '93 Brainard , J., 'sr (It '56) Brainard , J. M. , 'S4 * Brewer, A. L. , '53 *Bridge,}. , '47 Brigham, H. H . , ' 76 Brocklesby, A. K. , '70 Brocklesby, J. H., '65 Brocklesby, W. C., '69 Bronson, M. , '52 Broughton , C. D., '95 Brown, J. E., 'S3

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* Brown, T. M., 'so Bryan, W ., '75 Buffington, J. , ' 75 Bulkley , W. H. , ' 73 Burgwin, J. H. K. , '77 Burrage, F . S., '95 Burton, R. E., '83 (It '96) * Butler, C. M ., '33 (/t '52 ) * Capron, A., '45 Carpenter, J. S., '79 Carter, G. C., 'S7 Chapin, W. V. , '7S * Chapman, C. R., '47 Chase, F., '52 Chase, M. F., '97 Cheshire,}. B. , '69 (It '96) *Chipman , G. S., '7S * Clark , G . H. (It '63 ) Clark , J. W ., '63 Cleasby, H. L., '99 Clerc, F. J., '43 Coit, C. W., 'S2 Colema n , C. S., 'S2 Colema n, G. P ., '90 Collins, \V. F., '93 * Colt, W . U., '44 * Colton , C. (It '54) Conklin, W . E . , '93 Conover, T. A., '90 Cooke, G. L. , '70 Coster, M. K., 'S7 * Cowling, R. 0., '6r Crabtree, A., '92 Crawford,}. W . R. , 'SS *Crosby, D . G., 'sr Cummins, A. G., 'sr *Curtis, F . R ., 'So Curtis, R. W., '96 *Curtis, T. W. T. (h 'sS) *Curtis , W. E., '43 * Cushing, J. T., '37 (h '47) Davies, W . G., '6o Davis, C. J., '94


Deau, E. B., Dickerson, E. M., '74 Dockray, E. L., 'S3 Douglas, G. W., '71 Douglass, A. E., 'Sg ·• Driggs, T. I., '4S DuBois, G. :'.~c. I., '74 DuBois, H. 0., '76 * Dyer, A., '70 Edmunds, C. C., '77 Emery, R., '54 Evans, S. K., '95 *Everest, C. W., '3S (It '4S) * FHirbairn, R. B., '40 (It '45) *Faxon, E., '47 Fell,J. W., 'Sg Ferguson, H., '6S * Ferguson, J. D., '51 Ferguson, S., '96 Fischer, C. L., '6o Fiske, G. McC., '7o *Flower, S., ' 45 Flynn, J. D., '97 Frye, P. H., 'Sg Gallagher, J. D. , '95 Gallaudet, B. B., 'So Gallaudet, T., '45 (It '51 ) George, T. M. N., 'So George, J . H. , '72 *Giddings, G. W. , '49 Gilbert, G. B., '96 '' Gilman, G. S., '-t7 *Goddard, F. M., '96 Golden, H. L., 'S3 Gordon, T. H., '71 Gowen, F. C., 'S 2 Gower, H. B., '49 Graham, J., '72 Green, H . D., '99 * Gregg, D. , '54 Gregory, H. T., '54 Grennell, J. S. (h '5S) Griswold, C. S., ' go Gunning, J. W., '96 *Hale, C. F., '47 Hall, G., '92 *Hall, S., '54 Hallam, G. R., '59

Hamersley, W. , 'sS (h '96 ) Hamilton, C. A., 'S2 Hamilton, G. E., '95 Harding, A., '79 Harraden , F. S., '67 * Harriman, F. D., '45 (h '96) Harriman , F. W., '72 Hart, S., '66 Harwood, E. (It '61) * Hawkes, \V. W. (h '61 ) Hayden, C. C., '66 * Haydn, T. L., '56 Hedrick, C. B., '99 Henderson, E. F., 'S2 Henry, C. W., '99 Hermann , S., '57 Hickox, G. A. , '51 H1cks, G. c., '56 Hicks,}. M. , '54 Hiester , I., '76 Hills, J. D., • 7s * Hoadly, C. J., 'sr Holbrooke, G. 0., '69 * Holcombe , D. E., '56 Holcombe, G. H., '96 Holden, S. M ., 'S2 Holway, 0., 'So Hooker, S.D., '77 Hopson, G. B. , '57 Hornor, H A., 'oo Hotchkin, S. F., '56 Hovey, H . E., '66 * Howard, H., '91 Hubbard , G. M., '75 Hubbard , W. S., 'SS * Hugg, G. W., '62 Hughes, I. W., '91 Hull, A. S., '66 Humphries, R. F., '92 * Hunt, E. K. (It '51) Huntington, G. S., 'S 1 (h '96 ) Huntington , J. T., 'so *Huntington,}. W., 'S3 *Hurd, J. D., '74 Huske, J., '77 Hutchins, R. H., 'go * Jackson, A., '6o * Jacobs, E. C., '55


Jennings, A. B., '6r Johnson, C. A., '92 * Johnson, E. E., ' 59 Johnson, E. P., '65 Johnson, F. E., '84 Johnson , F . F., '94 Johnson , G. D., '54 Johnson, \V. MeA., '98 Jones, C. \V., '8I * Jones, L. H., '52 Judd , C. , '93 * Kelley , J., '44 Ker, G., '43 * Kerfoot, J. B. (It '65 ) Kissam, E. V. B., '69 * Kittridge, A . S., '57 * Knickerbacker, D. B., '53 Lanpher, L.A . , 'So Lawton, E. F, '91 Lecour,J . H ., '98 Lilienthal, H., '86 Lindsley, C. A., '49 (It '96) Linsley, A. B., '82 Lockwood, L. A .â&#x20AC;˘ '55 Lockwood, L. V., '93 Loomis, H. V., '8s Loveridge, D. E., 'so Luther, F. S., '70 Mackay, J. (It '54 \ * Mackay, W. R., '67 * Mallory, G. S., '58 * Marble, N. E. (It '61) Mayo, M. C., '93 * McCook, G. S., '97 McCook,]. T., '63 McCook, P. ]., '95 McCrackan, J. H., '82 McElwain, F. A., '99 Metcalf, H . A . , '66 * Miller, P. S. , '64 Miller, W. J., '92 Mitchell, s. s., '85 Moffett, G. H ., '78 Moore, C. E., '76 Morgan, W. F., '88 *M ulcahey,]., '42 (lz '82) Murray, J. B. , '62 Neely, H. R ., '84

NeV>1:on, E. P. , 'Sr Nichols, \V . F., '70 ::-<ichols, J. W., '99 iles, E. C., '87 Niles, W. P., '93 Niles, W . W., '57 * Norton, F. L., '68 Olmstead, C. T., '65 * Paddock, B. H., '48 * Paddock, J. A., '45 Paddock, L. H., '88 Paddock, L. S., 's o (It '96; *Page, D . C. (It '5r) Parker, T. H., '98 Parsons, A. T., '71 Parsons, H ., '83 Parsons,]. R., 'Sr Pattison, A. E ., 'So Pattison, G. B., 'Sr *Payne, W. , '34 (It '54 ) Peabody, F. B. , '48 Pedersen, V. C., '9 1 Perry , ]. B., '72 *Pettit , \V. F., '46 Phair, P. D., '94 * Pierce, H. H., '58 Plumb,J. F., '91 Potts, F. H ., '68 Pratt, A., '98 Pressey, \V. , '90 * Preston, T. S., '43 Prince, F. W., 'oo Prout, J., '77 Purdy, C. E., '88 *Purdy, J. S., '49 Pynchon, T. R. , '41 Pynchon, W. H. C., '90 Raftery, 0. H. , '73 * Randall, E. D ., '92 Reineman, R . T ., '82 Remington, C. H., '89 Richardson, F. \V ., '84 Richardson , L. W., '73 * Rogers , R. C., ' 45 * Rudder, vV. , '48 Russell, F. F., '85 Russell, G. W., '34 (It 'sr) *Sands, O. A., '87


*Sanford, D.P., '44 *Sanford, H. S., '36 (h '6 1) Scarborough. J., '54 Schulte, H. YOn W., '97 Schiitz , W. S., '94 *Scudder, C. D., '75 Scudder, E . M., '77 Scudder, H., '91 *Scudder, H. J. , '46 (h 'so) .Scudder, \V., '89 Selden, F. C. (It '59) Sennett,L. F . , '89 Seyms, G. H., ' 72 Shepard, C. . , '91 *Shipman , W. D. (11 '71 ) * Short, D. H., '33 (It '56) Short, W. , '69 Simonds, E . L., 'oo Small, E. F. , '74 Smith, C. B., '54 Smith, G. W. (It '85) *Smith, H. M., '93 *Smith, H ., '62 * Smith, J. S., '63 Smith, S. E., '75 Smyth , J.D. , '74 "Somers, J. B. Y. (11 '57 ) Spencer, U. H . , '90 *Spencer, W. G . , '53 * Stevens, S., '65 Stocking, C. H . \V., '6o Stone, M., 'So Stotsenbnrg, J . H., 'so Street, C. H., '96 *Studley, W. H., 'so Sturteva nt , A. M., '98 Tate, W. J. , '86 Taylor, E . B., '73 * Taylor, J. B. , '49 * Taylor, W. F., '44 (h '51 ) * Terry, C. E., 'sr (h '56) Thorne, R , '85 Tibbits , C. H ., '87 Tib ',its, W . B. , '(>I Tomlin son, S. L ., \ .o * Toucey , I. ( h '46 ) Tracy, E. 1\1. , 'oo * Tremaine, C. H . B., 'o6

Valentine , \V. A., '72 Van Meter, A. R., '99 * Van ostrand, C. A., '77 Verder, D. H. , '99 Vibbert , A. D., '99 Vibbert, H. C., '6S Vibbert, W. H . , 's8 * Vinton, F. (h '54) \ 짜alker, D. B. , '6r Warner, D. T., '72 (h '96) \ 짜arner, M. C., '88 * \Varren, S. B., '59 vVashburn, L. C., '8r Waterman, L., '71 \;IJ'atson, S. N., '82 ,Webster, L ., :so Weed, C. F ., 94 'Nelles, H. T. , '43 Whitcombe, F. B. , '87 White, R. A., '81 White, \V. C., '97 * Whiting , S. M., '46 * Whitlock , H . R . , '70 Whitney, H. R., '74 William s, A. J. '96 William s, C. C., 'i1 * Williams, E. W., '53 William s, F. G., '89 Williams, J . , '90 * Willi ams, J. H ., '54 Williams, J. W ., '78 Winkl ey, R. L., ' 79 * Withers poon , 0. , ' 56 Woffenden, R. H. , '93 * \짜ood, H. S., '71 Wood. P.M., '97 Woodman, C. H., '73 Worthin gton, E . W., '75 \ 짜right, A. H. , '83 Wri ght, G. H., '91 Wright , W . G., '9 1 Yeomans, E. M., '95 Youn g, C. H. , '9 1 Ziegler, C. G., '97 Ziegler, P ., '72 *Deceased. h Honorary .


THE VERTEBRATE COLLECTION IN THE HALL OF NATURAl, HISTORY



HE truth of Shakespeare's words when he said, " All the world's a stage , '' is nowhere more clearly manifested than when they are applied to the smaller unit known as the college world. Even this space may be so large that the words lose their full meaning, and we must again descend to the sphere of the smaller colleges before the full significance is appreciated. Here the interpretation becomes an easy matter, and the statement at length gains its full importance. ow may be clearly perceived the different parts played by each man. The stage upon which the actors make their entrances, and from which they take their exits, is ever before us . Upon this stage another act has been almost completed , and the question is once more presented , of how have the players fulfilled the expectations of the audience ? The football team was the first to appear, and deserved an encore. ' With the possible exception of two games , the team did as mnch, and a little more than was expected of it. Although thrown into some confusion by the disabling of their captain, and the shifting of men into other positions made necessary by it , the team quickly pulled together, and in the great battle of the year, by a beautiful exhibition of pluck , endurance and good management, the men fought a good fight and crowned themselves with the wreaths of glory . The basketball team was the object of no little criticism, and that mostly of an unfavorable character from the college body. Much opposition arose to the miscellaneous nature of the games played. Beneath this feeling a philosophical sentiment exists. Since the season seemed to be composed mostly of defeats , it seemed to the college body that it would be a better policy to limit the games to contests with similar organizations of other colleges, at whose hands defeats might be accounted for , rather than enduring defeats from teams for which we feel like asking explanations.

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When, however, the team at length was opposed to a rival worthy of its steel, it showed of what stuff it was made, and ended the season with honor. Trinity week was a success, despite the fact that there was a large attendance of Junior week weather. A feature, however, hitherto enjoyed by the guests during that week, was missing this year, and if it is a permissable question, we should like to ask what has become of the Jesters? That formerly much respected organization has not been in evidence this year. The musical organizations have been of very ordinary ability . The Glee Club gave the customary concerts about the city, but did not afford much satisfaction, either at home or abroad. Maybe its "sweetness was wasted on the desert air. " The Mandolin Club was much weakened. \Vas it because of lack of material in the college, or because the material in college did not come out) The Indoor Meet took place on the evening of the 22nd of March, and was a successful event from every point of view. The meet was well attended and the events generally well contested. As an item of information, merely to those not in a position to have known the result from the first, it may be well to state that the meet resembled that of last year in one respect-it was a Junior event. Merriam, 1902, won the McCrackan Cup , and the college record for the fence vault was broken by Hill, rgo2. The ba&eball season brightens as it draw nearer, and if, when the season is over, its " blessings brighten as they take their flights, " we shall have cause to brighten once more the campus in the manner of by-gone days. There is good material and some rivalry for places on the team. This is encouraging. In competition we trust. It is earnestly hoped that the prestige of the college will be upheld in the face of many a powerful opponent. Thus has passed another period in our too limited allotted span of college life. With the poet we say : The radiant morn has passed away, And spent too soon its golden store.

College life, as it recedes into the past, becomes of such stuff as dreams are made of. It is not, however, rounded with a sleep , but lives on to cheer our later years with recollections of the time when we gathered " 'Neath the Elms. "

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Wind of the wold, tell of the Spring, Zephyrs light; tarry and sing, Tell me in whispers, murmurs, sighs, Secrets of birds and butterflies, Sing low, sweet voice of the wind to me, Your song of rose and honey bee.

Wind of the sea, tell of the deep, Spray kissed breeze sing while I sleep, And visions of the mermaid land Will smile on rue on every hand ; Sing low, sweet voice of the wind to me, Your song of ships and billows free.

Wind of the wood, sing of your bowers, Sigh of night tell of the flowers That lift their incense to the sky, And kiss you as you pass them by, Sing low, sweet voice of the wind to me, Your song of bud, and leaf, and tree. WILLIAM TYLER OLCOTT,

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'' What means this passionate discourse ; this peroration with s uch circumstance ? '' "First lean thy aged back against my arm, and in that ease I 'll tell thee the answer ' ' " Nothin g, nothing , I can think of nothing! " "Witness all sorrow that I know thee well, yet I cannot remember thee. " " A middlin' hard week is just passed."

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The morning mists as they clear away Show far out on the sea, The nations' ships as they sail along In the lio-ht of a summer day. The white sails gleam upon the light, \Vhile some show dark and worn, And others dip in the wash of waves As the gulls on their course are borne. Now, many men from foreign climes Are here within our ken, They are brothers all by a common fate, Though they ne'er meet again. So our life's pathways cross and twine With all whom we may meet; We are brothers all by the hand of God Till at last in our graves we sleep. -FRANCIS

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NE Sunday morning, chapel having been dismissed, three men were lounging around the fire-place of a room , engaged, to all appearances, in occupying the tiresome interval between chapel and dinner with arguing various questions, which at any other time in the week would have been equally as tiresome. Jim Cooper, Birdie Nelson, so nick-named in consequence of a bluff he tried to put up in his freshman year to the Professor of Natural History, and Harry Powers were intimate friends. This fact the entire college appreciated. It was a friendship which had developed within the last three years, and deevened by the trials of college life. These were the three men who were now sitting around the fire-place, engageJ at this particular moment in discussing a question of evident interest to all. The qmstion had attained a distinction among them as being one of the very few subjects upon which the three were divided in opinion. Cooper, after emerging from the obscurity of his freshman year, had gone into society , and, become, to use the expressive term of the college, a '' fusser.' ' Nelson looked upon such a pastime as utterly frivolous and wasteful , both to money and time. His sentiments he was now expressing. "A man must be a genius to succeed in society. It is exactly the same case as with Ufe in general. Whatever a fellow finds he has a special aptitude for , that he should follow . We don 't, however, stop to consider that question , and so do not make as much of a success as we otherwise might. It is the same with society. You go into it without knowing whether you really have any special ability. But I enjoy watching you men , you are so easy. You tumble into society thinking you will make "a hit , yet it would often be a surprise to find out just the place you occupy in the estimation of others. ow , your fair companions, you see, must play their cards, and that is the only reason why some men exist at all. If their positions were reversed many men would be staying at home evenings. As it is , if a man can only attain the mark of being ' good enough, ' he will serve to act as an escort, and , having served his purpose, will go his way , and be no more thought of. '' "Well, what do you think of that sermon, Powers? " asked Cooper. Now , Powers was one of those easy-going characters , whose motto was, 路' Taste life 's sweet moments as they glide," and take them as they come.

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He had never .been seen running to chapel or recitations. He had accepted inv tations out two or three times, but did not care to talk when he did not feel like it. In response to Cooper 's inquiry, he drawled out his opinion that he thought Nelson had better clean his spectacles, as he was looking through a glass darkly. '' Well, now, '' said Nelson, renewing the attack, '' tell me what did you do at the dance last Tuesday evening when you said you had such a delightful time ? '' '' What did I do ? '' repeated Cooper, scornfully, '' What in the world do yon suppose I did? Do you suppose I spent the time making mud pies? ' ' " Look here, Cooper," said Powers , " if you are going to get dirty, I am going to leave. I have turned over a new leaf. " "If you are going to leave in that fashion I would suggest, " said elson, " that you carefully store away a large supply for time of need . The chances are against any new leaf staying clean long in this region.' ' Powers had gone to the door , but had gradually made his way back. "Decided to stay with us a little longer? " asked Cooper. " Yes; I have something to propose to you fellows . There is no use in sitting there arguing this society matter any longer. You will both believe as you did before. This is my proposition, which will, at the same time, test the truth of your statements, and afford us a little amusement . Let us make an agreement that whosoever shall show that his sentiments were not sincere by getting married , shall, because of his insincerity, thereby manifested upon a convenient night as soon after the announcement as possible, suffer the consequence of his crime by treating the others to a supper, the magnificence of which shall be measured by the girl he wins . The better the impression she makes on the other two the easier the third one will get off, for we shall consider that he was in that case less susceptible to the governing force of reason. " " Suppose路 we cannot afford it? " inquired Cooper . '' Afford it , may I ask with what sort of a conscience will you say ' with all my worldly goods I thee endow ' if you are not able to furnish two gentlemen of gentle appetite as we possess to one supper? If by any mishap she should have the funds yen must change the service that she may ask the important question : ' Who is going to pay transportatior. charges? ' '' [The fellows who do not have any other cares . I left that as a loop-hole through which Jim might escape.] ''Well ,'' inquired Power", at length, '' is it a go? '' "Sure ,'路 replied the other two , and the three went to work upon an appropriate document , which , when it had been drawn up and signed, 100


was put carefully in Power's desk, he having been appointed custodian. Soon afterwards they went to dinner, and everything else accordingly was forgotten. â&#x20AC;˘ Some years had passed. The three friends were now widely separated and engaged with success in winning honors for themselves. Cooper had become a promising young lawyer in the East. Nelson was in business in Cincinnati. Powers was mining in Colorado. They had kept up a desultory sort of correspondence, and were perfecting a plan by which they could hold one of those meetings-dear to all grads .-a reunion. By that curious working of the mind, by which there flashes upon us, often at the worst p ossible moment, the recollection of a deed done long ago and gone from us until some incident presents it again to us , one of the men was soon to be reminded of his college days. Nelson one day had occasion to cross the Ohio River and spend some time in Louisville. At a concert which he attended with a friend, he met a girl not considered pretty in that land of beauty, but possessing for him that vague , indescribable attraction , which holds a man with firmer grasp than any other feeling. Business rapidly grew in importance on that other side . So it continued until some of his friends began to worry about him. They could not but suspect something was wrong, and yet they could not believe themselves. Nelson had ever affirmed such indifference to women that they could not but wonder more and more. At length two of his friends determined they would settle the matter and find out what be was about. They learned when be was to make another business trip. Going over on an earlier boat they waited, and when at last they saw him get off a later boat, they followed him as he went up the street. Keeping him in view they followed him until, at last, to their outward amazement and inward joy, they saw him enter the home of one of the leading society girls in Louisville. Now , they were at a loss to know what to do. For some time they stood there debating . Then curiosity got the better of them, and, cautiously, they made their way up to the house, which stood back from the street. At last, by skilful! manceuvering, they obtained positions where they could catch barely a glimpse into the cozy room , in which their non¡!'ociety man was ~itting very near and engaged in a most earnest conversation with a girl who impressed them both with the same sense of her attractiveness. They almost fell over when they saw him suddenly turn towards her with a look of earnest entreaty, which lasted some moments, when suddenly he raised the girl's hand to his lips and as suddenly dropped it, raising himself erect with an air of pride and also of surprise. Listening most intently they could faintly hear his answer when, in reply to the girl's look of astonishment, he said: "I have won a girl but lost a supper. " EDWARD B. GooDRICH. 101


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A friend I have who fain would feel My every joy and pain, Who would my inmost secrets steal, And all my thoughts would gain. His interest in me who could guess? His purpose no one knows. For my own part I must confess My wonder grows and grows. One reason only can I say, Which may this knot adjust , ' Tis that my friend is made of clay While I am made of dust. -RICHARD

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When recitations won 't be learned, By those whose minds are more concerned vVith thoughts of ease and all such stuff; A ten or nine may oft be gained, And good repute may be retained, If we can talk , and talk, and bluff. But Profs ., alas ! however wise , Whate 'er of learning most they prize, Nor of it seem to have e nough ; Can not or will not-forsooth-see The fact that's plain as plain can be, The college lives but on a bluff. - HOWARD R. WHIT E .

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I took Rose to the play , And we fell in with Lou, Then the deuce was to pay , I took Rose to the play , For I 'd told Lou that day That I hadn't a sou, I took Rose to the play, And I fell out with Lou. -W~L TYLER OLCOTT.

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ORi rf H Y IA A GREEK LEGEND

High stood the caverns on Mount H remus bold, Within them lurked a mru1 forlorn and sadKing Boreas, the god of North-east wind. Full heavily with garments was be clad, As on his throne high-pedestaled be sat And pondered in his heart a secret plan : "I am alone within this world," he sighed, " Right weighty is to me this grievous ban, No love bas shared with me my kingly couch, No love has twined her arms about ruy form Save in a dream, but dreams! ah, me! alas! Are too unreal to comfort my life's storm. The bridal-songs I hear in happy Thrace As upwards soar they in the evening air; I watch from this my home the bridal-dance, And would myself to bridal-couch repair, Yet I ;emain unmated and unloved, For all my aims at love are baffled soon. Betimes I fear lest 'tis the Fates' decree That I shall live forever out of tune; But yesterday when I was wandering About the broad-spread plains of Athens old, Where snowy temples bask beneath the sun, And King Erechtheus sways his sceptre gold, I spied the maiden Orithyia. I know no poet who could paint her eyes, For they were bluer than the sapphire deep, And sunnier than all the Grecian skies. Her slender form is like the willow young Which overhangs a dark, unhampered pool. Her features are a study for my eyes, For they are chiseled with a perfect tool. Half hidden by her veil-like vesture pale, As sometimes is the moon with feathery mist, Her bosom with its apple-blossom tint Lies in its silken sheen by beauty kissed. But when I sought my Orithyia To come and cheer this distant mountain cave , To serve my bed and bear me children strong, That might become good warriors and brave. With gentle mien spake she these crystal words' Let but one stream spread over me its wave,

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And let that stream be pure Illissus clear In which I bathe with other maidens dear. Its golden sand gives to m y naked feet A pleasure that is infinitely sweet. I love my Athens with its flowery dells, Its well built walls and towering citadels. Nay, King, I will not leave m y home for Thrace , Hie now away, thy airy flight r etrace.' " When to himself, for no one else was nigh, King Boreas these words h ad utte red low As fingered h e his flowin g, sh aggy beard, His fierce rage in his hea rt did wilder grow, And upwa rd raised h e then his mighty form, And slowly paced he through his cavern's g loom As thunder sounds ere comes the break of storm. Then clinching furious hi hai ry hand, He cried, "Why hast Zeus g iven me this power Of mi g hty force so irresistible ? Why did I h e itate to c ull the fl owerThe lovdy fl ower Orithyia? I ever gain m y ends by mortal force, I will not h esitate to grasp my Love, And I will risk the pangs of deep remorse.'' H e spak e no more but bound upon his feet His wi nged oak-wood sandals llght a nd fl eet. Down, down from high Mt. H remus did he wing, And men in Thrace d id shudder with the cold . Down, down to Athens did he h astenin g come In s ile n ce as a knave or robber bold. \Vithout a care , s weet Orithyia Was strayin g calmly ' long the fl owery field, Plucking the daisies which sh e loved so well, And now and then some favorite rose concealed \Vithin h er vesture by her bosom warm. A low tune was she humming as she strayed, As listless as the song of honey-bee That pauses often in the sunny glade Some clovers to caress. A moment past And Boreas had seized hi s g ladsome prize, And girded firm his a rm abou t her form . A startling cr y! A g la nce into his eyes, Then fell the maiden Orithyia Swooning upo n hi s breast in deathly fear, Up m ounted the n the God of North-east wind, And closer to himself his pale n ymph dear H e drew. Then kisses ca m e in endless glee; His love awok e to drink of ecstacy. -DANIEL HUGH VERDER.

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Jar-off £and Come with me my pretty wee wee To the shores of far-off land, Where the sand man lives with the nimble sprites That are known as the drowsy band; Where they deftly weave on the looms of sleep, A veil for our weary eyes, Through which we peer till the morn awakes, And calls the scatter-shade skies. Come with me my darling wee wee To the laud where dreams are made, Where the drowsies paint on the wall of night In colors that soon will fade ; And the songs they sing make the forest ring, While they scurry thro' elfin bowers, To pluck thee a wreath of nectared breath, To sweeten my darling's hour. Close your eyes my angel wee wee, In the land wllere the drowsies play, Till the dawn wind sti rs ann they scamper off To the shades at the end of day; And wander long in far·off land My own, my precious wee wee , For all too soon will the vision fade In light of the yet-to-be. -

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Eartb's worsbip When the golrlen sunbeams lengthen On the meadow side or lea, Where the clover blossoms tremble At each breeze or busy bee ; Listen then to Nature's callings Uttererl by her creatures free. Let their whisperings echo sweetly Thro' your heart, till you may learn How 'tis Nature g iving praises To our God ; then may you turn With these thoughts you r heart o'er-pondering, And give praises in His name. -FRANCIS

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1902

W. H. Wheeler and Jewett Cole, Managing Editors; H. R. White, Literary Editor; A. B. Qnaile, Art Editor; J. A. Laubenstein, C. E. Tuke, W. P. Bentley II2


SOUTH END OF THE LIBRARY

II3


[ibrary eommitttt

THE PRESIDEN'l' OF THE COLLEGH SIDNEY

G.

FISHER, L.H.D.

PROFESS')R FERGUSON PROFESSOR MARTIN

â&#x20AC;˘

THE LIBRARIAN

J:lbrarian WILLIAM NEWNHAJ\1 CARLTON

Jlsslstants ARTHUR REGINALD VAN DE WATER REEVE HUN'l' INGTON HUTCHINSON

The Library is open from ro A.M. to 12M., and from 2 P. M. to 5 P.M., also from 7 to 9 P. M. with the exception of Wednesday and Saturday evenings. On Saturday the hours are from ro A.M. to r P.M. Since the date of the last annual report there have been added to the Library 897 volumes, 335 pamphlets and 12 maps. Of these, 173 volumes were purchased, while the pamphlets, maps and 724 volumes were presented. Besides these Professor Riggs has sent in a list of 157 volumes in the Chemical Laboratory of which the Library has hitherto had no record. now been properly accessionerl and given library numbers. II4

They have


The total strength of the Library at the present date is, therefore, 40,736 volumes, 26,335 pamphlets. The Duplicates now amount to about 3,700 volumes and 6,200 pamphlets. The total number of volumes taken out during the year has been 744, an increase over last year of 349 volumes. The following table gives the circulation by months, and shows the character of the books drawn :

Class

Sept

Oct

Nov

I Dec

0

0

5

4 5 3

-

21 . .4 4 I 9

I

2

Mch

Feb

2 2

I

3

~I

I I

2 2 4

6 4

Total drawn by

'

-- --

7 3 3

3 3 23 3 10 2 3

21 34 57 I3 4Y 9

I

4

I

May

3 6 3 3 5 I 3

7 6 I3

2 I

Apr

Stud ~nts

-- -- --

- - -Philosophy . Religion Sociology Philology Natural Science Useful Arts . . Fine Arts Literature: English, French , German, Greek, Latin History, Biography, Geography Drawn by Fac ulty

Jan

II

8

47

36

30

24

s8

SQ

42

22

326

4 7

II

16 IS

II

12 7

I9 I4

20 8

II

7 I8

IU Il3

53

Io8

- 26

I6

12

6

631

-- -- - - - - - - - - - - -- - RB I

91

6.)

I26

83

94

744

The following table shows the reference-use of the Library by months : Days Open

Year

Month

I899.

. September .

I899. 1899 . 1899 째 1900 1900 . I900. 1900 . rgoo . 0

No. of Readers

8

26

. October . November . Decembe r

26

I6s 261

. January . February

I7 22

. March . April . May

0

24 18

0

Totals

IIS

225 I48 276

27 14 25

367 181

. 181

I,844

195


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Cbt ntw England Tnttr=£olltgiatt Jltblttit Jlssotiation

Offltus,

1900·1901

E. S. GOLDTHWAITE, Williams

President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer

H. S. PARKER, Dartmouth M. R. CLEELAND, Amherst

H. F. WINCHESTER, M. I. T. €X~tUtl"~

fOIDmltttt

Chairman, GoLDTHWAITE, Williams CHASE, Brown MURRAY , M . I. T. BARTON, Trinity WELLS, Wesleyan WOLCOTT, Bowdoin tb~

Jfssodatlon

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

n8


Crinity

£oll~g~ Jltbl~tic

Jlssociation

1900 -190 1

REGINALD FISKE , ' or ]AMES M. HuDSON, 'or EDWARD GooDRIDGE, ]R., 'o2 RICHARD N. \VEIBEL,

1

02

President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer

EX¢tutiO¢ Eommtttu REGINALD FISKE, 'or

W . P. BROWN, ' or

RICHARD E. PECK, 'or

E. GOODRIDGE , ]R., 02

jOHN

1

1

D. EVANS, 01

C . C. PECK, ' 02

G. BRINLEY, ' or

R. B. BELLAMY , ' or

R. B. BELLAMY, 'or

tropby Room Eommttt¢~ J . M. HUDSON, ' or

R.N. WEIBEL, '02


6raduatt Jltblttic £ommiUtt ~ £bairman PROF. F.S. LUTHER

mtmbtrs PROF. F. S. LuTHER , ' 7o PERCY s. BRYANT , '70 EDWIN s. ALLE ' , '94

l

~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 ot 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 also have power to demand the resignation of any athletic officer who, in their judgment, is incompetent to fulfill the duties of his position .

Undtrgraduatt .Htblttic £ommitttt ~ £balrman PRESIDENT OFT.

c.

A. A .

mtmbm REGINALD FISKE, '01, President of the Athletic Association W. H. WHEELER, 'o2, Manager of Football Team }AMES HENDERSON , 'o2, Captain of Football Team C. C. PECK, ' o2 , Manager of Baseball Team REGINALD FISKE, 'o r, Captain of Baseball Team F. R . STURTEVANT, 'or, Captain of Track Team J. B. CRANE, 'o2, Captain of Basketball Team 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.

T

120


UNDERWOOD CUP. RELAY TEAM C U P.

L EF FINGWE LL C U P. M CCRACKAN CUP.

G Y~J N A S I U i\I

CUP.

RF.CORD C U P.

Cbt £olltgt Jltblttic £ups ~ THE LEFFINGWELL CuP.-Presented byE DeK. Leffingwell , ' 95 . To be competed for at each field meeting THE McCRACKAN CuP.-Presented by W. D. McCrackan, '85 . To be competed for at each indoor meet. Held by Merriam, 'o2. THE GYMNASIUM CuP.-To be competed for at each indoor tceet. Held by class of 1902 in 1901. THE UNDERWOOD CuP.-Presented by J. C . Underwood, '96. To be competed for at each fall underclass meet. Held by 1902 in 1899. THE RECORD CuP .-Presented by E. Brainerd Bulkeley , ' 90. THE RELAY TEAM CuP. - Won at the First Regiment C. N. G . games , April r8th, 1895, by Sparks , '97, Bancroft, '97 , Lecour, '98, Coggeshall, ' 96 . 121


eaptain F.

roo attd

220

y ard das!t

R. STURTEVANT ,

BRINLEY,

'or; 'or;

BRINLEY ,

RODD,

'or;

'02; '03.

One-mile T w o-mile Httrdles

MITCHELL,

'or ;

BRINLEY, SHORT,

Bicycle

WALES,

'or ; ,03.

'01 ;

LORENZ,

CRA. ' E,

CUNNIN G HAM,

'03;

'03;

'o2 ;

'o2;

'o3;

TRUMBULL,

'03;

RANKIN,

HUTCHINSON,

CRANE,

NINGHAM,

RANKIN,

'o2;

TOKE,

路,03;

THOMAS,

It alj-mile

'02; '03.

TOKE,

HUTCHINSON,

Quarter-mile

'or

THOMAS,

LORENZ,

'02 ;

'03 ;

SHORT,

GLENNY,

'04. '03;

C UN-

CRAIG ,

'03 ;

'03. VAN WEELDEN,

'o3;

02; HIGGINBOTHt.M, '02; '04. 'or; MERRIAM, '02.

BUF路

\VALKER,

'02;

MERRIAM,

FINGTON,

Pole Vault High Jump

STURTEVANT,

'oi ; BRINLEY, 'or; CLEMENT , 'oi; COCH'or ; VAN \V'EELDEN, '03; DIMOCK, '04. BRINLEY, 'or ; STURTEVANT, 'or; TRUMBULL, '03; DIMOCK, '04. STURTEVANT, RANE,

Broad Jump Shot Put

BRINLEY,

'oi;

RANKIN,

Hantt1te1' Disctts

BRINLEY, BRINLEY,

'03 ;

'or;

HILL,

03 ;

'o2;

HILL,

'or;

'o2; '03.

HILL,

RANKIN,

122

'02;

'03;

TRUMBULL,

MEYER,

SHORT,

'03;

'03.

HENDERSON,

'02.

HENDERSON,

'02;

TRUMBULL,


SHORT

VAN WE ELDh N

R UNKE R

WALKER

TOKE LORENZ

'!'HO!\iAS

COCURANE

EVANS ( Mgr. ) TRUMBULL STURTEVANT ( Capt. ) WALES

R OOD

HILL MITCHELL

CRAIG

B UFF lNGTON


Jlnnual Indoor m¢¢1 of tb¢ CrinitY £011¢g¢ Jltbl¢tic Jlssocia1ion MARCH 22D, Igor j rst, STUR'fliVA:\IT, 'o1

Pole Vault

1 2d,

Rope Climbing

1St, { 2d, 5 1st, l 2d, 1St, { 2d , 1st, { 2d, j JSt, { 2d, $ ISt, l 2d, rst , { 2d, r st, { 2d, 1st, { 2d , Jst, { 2d , rst, { 2d,

20-y ard Daslt

.

Standing Hig h Jump Putti11g 16-ponnd Shot Parallel Bars . Rmmi1tg Higlt Jump Fet~ce

Vault

Honzontat Bar Horse High Ktek Potato Race

MERRIAM, '02 SHORT, ' 03 MERRIAM, 'o2 TR UMBULL, 'o3 RANKIN, '03 STU RTEVANT, 'o r VAN WEELDE:\1, '03 Hn.L, 'o2 TR UMBULL, '03 MERRIAM, '02 T UKE, '02 VAN W EELDEN, '03 COCHRANE, ' or HILL, '02 (breaking college record) HUDSON, 'o r MERRIAM , '02 T UKE, 'c2 , and VAN WEELDEN, '03 (tie) M ERRIAM, 'o2 DENSLOW , '04 STU RTEVANT, 'or . . . HUDSON, 'or, and CLEMENT, 'or (tie) WALKER, '02 LORENZE, '02

9 ft. 7 in . 8 sec. 3 sec. 4 ft. 6 in. 32 ft. 2 in.

5 ft. 6 in.

6 ft .

8ft.

II

in.

6~

in.

Rdm~

P. S. BRYANT, ' 70

:Judgts PRO F. C.L. EDWARDS

ELLIS, '98

INGALLS, '99

]udgu of Paralltl Bars MR. A . C . M ELBY MR. W . WINKLEMAN of the H a rtford Turnerbu nd £ommltt~~

of Jlrrang~mtnts

STURTEVANT, ' or

FISKE, 'or

EvANS, 'or

Storm WYNKOOP , 'or

FISKE, ' 01

Jlnnounm

Start~r

L. W. ALLEN

MR. G. B. VELTE McCrack an Cup won by MERRIAM, 'o2 Points won by 'or 9 .,

"

It 'u2 ., '03

'' '04

The Gy mnasium Cup won b y Class of 1902

!6 ~

9~ I


Jltbl~tic R~cords

Crinity 1

Indoor

){~cords

EVENT

RECORD

NAMB

Rope Climbing

7 s.

Applegate, ' 87 McCook, 'c;o D_avis , '94

DATR

Brinley , 'o i

Standing High jump

4ft. 8% in.

Running High jump

5 ft.

High Kick

in.

11}{

Marcb , 18¢

Baxter, '99

March, 18<}7

Baxter, '99

9ft. 6ft.

Fence Vault

Baxter, '99

in.

11

Hill, 'o2

March,

I<)OJ

Putting 16-pound Shot

37ft. 6 in.

Ingalls, '99

March , 1899

Pole Vault

9ft. 8 in.

Sturtevant, 'or

March, 18gg

Outdoor

){~cords

EVENT

-

NAME

1oo-yard dAsh

IOU s.

A. W. Strong, '94

no-yard dash

n X s.

H. S. Graves , '92

May, 1892

440-yard dash

51 s.

W. A. Sparks, '97

May, 18<}7

R. H. Hutchins, '90

May, 18<}o

E. S. Allen, '93

May, 18<}2

~-mile

run

2

I-ln ile run 10

-

2o-yard hurdle

22o-yard hurdle Running High jump Running Broad jump

min . S}f s.

4 111in . 54 s.

2-mile Run I

DATE

RECORD

min . 39

17 4-5 s . 27 1-5 s 6ft. 21

9ft .

Putting 16-pound shot

39ft.

2-mile Bicycle Race Throwing the Discus

1

7~

W. C. White, '97

May, 18<}7

I. K. Baxter, '99

May, 18g6

E. de K. Leffingwell, '95

in.

I. K. Baxter, '99

ft. 6 in.

Pole Vault

Throwing 16-pound ham1ner

I-Ss.

G Brinley, 'oi I. K. Baxter, '99

in.

May, 18q2

I

May, 18<}5 October, 18<}5 M ay,

I<)OO

May, 18g6

7~

in.

S. Carter, '94

May, 18<}3

126ft. ~

in.

F. C. Ingalls, '99

.11ay, 18gg

sec.

] . A . Wales, 'or

june, 1900

4 min .

57~

g8 ft.

G Brinley,

125

'01

May, 1900


football £aJ)tains

'83, s. H : GIESY '84, s. T . MILLER '85, W. W. BARBER '86, W. W. BARBER '87, W. W. BARBER '88, E. McP . McCooK '89 , E. McP. McCooK 'go, T. P. THURSTON , gr,

{W . C. HILL H. S . GRAVES

'92, G. D. HARTLEY

'93, J. W. EDGERTON '94, J. STRAWBRIDGE 'gs, w. s. LANGFORD, JR. 'g6, A. M. LANGFORD

'97, A. S. WOODLE 'g8, W. B. SuTTON 'gg, w. P . BROWN 'oo, W. P. BROWN ' or, J . HENDERSON


Crinitf s football R¢tord Following is a recorrl of Trinity in Football from 1878 to 1901 : GAMES WON

Amherst Amherst Aggies Boston Technology Brown Columbia Cornell. Dartmouth Hamilton Haverford Holy Cross Lafayette Laureates M. I. T. Naval Academy New Jersey A. C.

LOST

5

6

9

0

2

5

GAMES WON

New York University Stevens St. John's St. Steven's University of Pennsylvania University of Rochester University of Syracuse University of Vermont Wesleyan West Point Williams Worcester Technology Yale

2

3

0

0 0

3

2 2 0

0 0

0

2

5

3

LOST 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

0

3

:o

0

5 5

0

4 0

3 13

48

62

0 0

127


~~ ® G;I1~ UDr§N ~ Dlmtors RICHARD

E.

PECK ,

Manager

W. H. WHEJ;;J:.J;;R,

As,istant Manager

£o~tbts CALJ:.AHAN and STANNARD, Uni,·ersity of Pennsylvania £~pt~ln W. P. BROWN

m~dlt~l Jltt~nd~nt DR. J. B. McCOOK

tr~ln~r

GEORGE B. VEJ:.TE

tbtttam Righ t End Right Tackle Right Guard Quarterback RigItt Haljback

M. W. CLEMENT, 'or P. S. BRADIN, '03 { E MADDOX , '04 J. HENDERSON, 0 2 W. MeA. JOHNSON, '9S { J. B. CRANE, '02 { C. H. WHEE~l<:R, 'or C . E. T UKE, 02 W. P. BROWN, 'or C. E. TUKE, 'o2 R. B. BEJ:.LAMY, 'or

l

Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Center Left Halfback

J . M. HUDSON, 'or { E. J . MANN, '04 A. G. HUMPHRIES, '04 R. B. VAN TINE, '04 C. H. HILL, 'o2 { H. L. G. MEYER, '03 J . MeA. JOHNSON, 'o3 G . BRINLEY, 'or W. S. TRUl\fBUr.r., '03 { E. MADDOX, 'u4

Fullback R. B. BEJ:.LAMY, 'or

H. E. TowNSEND, 'o4

£~!'t~ln for 1901 }AMES HENDERSON, '02

£~pt~in H. D. WU,SON, JR.

tbt eonsolldattd tbt tint

Left End Left Tackle

ALLEN, '04

/ .eft Guard Center Left Halfback

Rig itt End Right Tackle

CRANE 'o2 { \VEIBE~, '02 COCHRANE, 'or

Right Guard

WILSON, 'or

Qttarterback

J BARTON, I

'02 CUNNINGHAM, '03

m~n~g~r

w.

H. \VHEEJ:.ER

BUFFINGTON, '04 { WATERMAN, 'or {ENSIGN, 'o4 DERBY, 'or HENRY, 'o3 GARVIN, '03 { MITCHELL, , 01

. It CJ f!FJ. k { CJ:.APP, '03 R tgrt I ? a ':I uac BRUCE, 'o3

Fullback VAN WEELDEN

I28


C L EMENT

M. JOHNSON M ANN

-

VAN TINE

BELLAMY

TOWNSEND

PECK {Mgr .) M A DDOX HI L L

WHEELER I!UOSON BROWN {Capt. ) HENDERSON BRINLEY

W. JOHNSON MEYER

~rUKE


football

Scb~dul~

Sat. September 28

"

October

" " " November "

for

Yale at

1901

ew Haven

Dartmouth at Hanover

5

12

West Point at West Point

19

Amherst at Hartford

26

Hamilton at Hartford

2

Tufts at Tufts Oval

6

Amherst " Aggies " at Hartford

9

New York University at Hartford

16

Wesleyan at Middletown

130


Crinity' s Bas~ball

拢a~tains

'67, E. R. BREVOOST '68, E. R. BREVOOST '6g, A. BROCKLESBY

J W . SHANNON '87, J. w. SHANNON

' 70, A. BROCKLESBY

'8g, T . L. CHERITREE

' 7 I' E. B . WATTS

' go, R . McC. BRADY

'86,

'88, G. W. BRINLEY

s.

' 72, E. B. WATTS

' gi, H .

' 73. E. B. WATTS '74. C. E. CRAIK

'g2, H . S. GRAVES

'75. F. T. LINCOLN

'94, ]:J. PE ROSE

' 76, G.

s.

n. w.

E. ROGERS

'78, F .

'93 . G. D. HARTLEY

HEWITT

'g s, H. R. DINGWALL J. J. PENROSE

w . WHITE

C. D u B. BROUGHTON 'g6, A . J. WILLIAMS

'79. w. N. ELBERT 'So, W. J. RODGERS '81, G. D. HOWELL

M. H. COGGESHALL '97. D . c. GRAVES 'g8, D. C. GRAVES

'82, A. H. WRIGHT '83,

c.

M. KURTZ

'gg,

'84, F. E. jOHNSON

路s 5 , J. w.

GRAVES

J. H. K . DAVIS

'oo, H . McK. GLAZEBROoK 'or, R. FISKE

SHANNON 131


6ASIEBALL Oimtors W. H.

S.

BRADFIELD,

J.

McNEIL,

Acting Jlfanager

Manager

W. H. \VHEELF.R,

Assistant Jlfanager

1900 t~am

H. McK. GLAZEBROOK, Captain HENDERSON , 'o2 , s .s.

GLAZEBROOK, ' oo, C. GOODRIDGE, ' 02 , p.

rf. cf. BROWN , 'or , If. VEITCH, '03 ,

rb . BELLAMY, ' o r , 2b . FISKE , 'or, 3b . BRIGHAM , ' 03 ,

BARTON, '02,

Substitutes P E CK, ' or

Saturday , April Wednesday, April Wednesday, Thursday , " Saturday , " Thursday , May Wednesday, " Saturday, " Wednesday " Saturday, Thursday, " Thursday " Saturday, June Tuesday "

V AN DEWATER , 'or

6

17

25 27 2

8 II IS

I8

23 30

4

RANKIN, '03

Brown at Providence Holy Cross at Worcester Amherst at Amherst . Y. U. at ew York Tufts at Hartford Rochester University at Hartford N.Y. U. at Hartford Crescent A. C at Brooklyn Williams at Williamstown Yale Law School at Hartford 路 Hamilton at Hartford Amherst Aggies at Hartford Fordham at New York Columbia at Hartford


BRIGHAM

BgLLAl\f\'

HENDERSON

BARTON

BRADFIELD ( Mgr. ) GLAZEBROOK (Capt. )

BROWN

FISKE VElTCR

GOODRrDGE

...-


Season 1900 • 1901

Captain Manager Coack

R . B. BELLAMY, 'or J. A . WALES, 'or

J.

D. FLYNN, '97

tbt ttam Rlgbt forward

ttft

forward

A . H. DERBY, 'or

R. GLENNY, 1 0 4

E.

H. MADDOX, 04

W.

F.

R. STURTEVANT , 'or

1

P . BROWN , 'or W. A. MITCHELL, 'or

J.

HENDERSON, ' 02

M. W. CLEMENT, 'o r C . H. HILL, ' o2

Rlgbt 6uard

J.

[tft

H .

c.

6uard

R . B . BELLAMY, ' or

B. CRANE , 'o2

E.

VAN WEELDEN , ' 03

G. BRINL~Y, 'or

S. MERRIAM, ' o2

H. H. CoCHRANE, 'or

134


VAN WEELOEN

?tfER.R[AM GLENNY

CRANE

CLEMENT

HENDERSON

WALES ( Mgr.) BELLAMY (Capt. )

DERBY


rootball

1902 T.

E. J.

Captain

M. SYPHAX,

C~am CLEVELAND,

H. S. BRADFIELD, c.

P. L. BARTO , 1. e.

C. H. HILL, 1. g. T. M. SYPHAX, f. b.

C. E. T uKE, q. b. E. S. MERRIAM, 1. t.

E. B. GooDRICH , r. e. A. H. WEED, r. h. F. R. CLAPP, 1. h. ]. A. LAUBENSTEIN, r.

J.

H. S. BACKUS, 1. e.

B. CRANE, r.

R. N

0

g.

WEIBEL, r.

t.

Substltutu S. COLE

F. A.

HIGGINBOTHAM

e.

Manager


1902

Bas¢ball (¢am ~

}AMES HENDERSON,

Captain

W. H . WHEELER,

E.

GooDRIDGE, }R., p.

P. L. BARTON, ss.

H.

s.

T. M.

BACKUS,

SYPHAX, 3b. R. . WEIBEL, lf. S. W . CooKE, cf. H. R. WHITE, rf.

c.

C. C. PECK, c.

J.

HENDERSON }

F . R . C LAPP

F. A.

rb.

HIGGINBOTHAM}

H. L . H OWE

Manager

2b.

Substltutu

c. E.

TUKE

J.

B. CRANE

137

E.

H. LORENZ


1902

Crack Ctam ~ ~aptaln

A. H. WEED, 'g8-'99 C. E. TUKE, 'gg-'or C. H. HILL

]. W. WALKER

C.E.TuKE

E. s.

MERRIAM

A. H. WEED

F. R.

CLAPP

E. GOODRIDGE, ]R.

J. A.

LAUBENSTEIN

E.

C. A. LANE

J.

HENDERSON

H. LORENZ


HILL

COLE

CRANE

HENDERSON

MERRIAM (Capta in )

1902 Bask~tball

E. S. J.

HENDERSON

c.

H. HILL

MERRIAM,

WALKER

Ctam

Captain Center Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard

J. B. CRANE E. s. MERRIAM J. W. WALKER J. COLE 1 39


Otb~r

1901 football R. B. BELLAMY,

t~am

Captain

C. C. PECK,

Left End, { W. J. McNEIL

L eft

C~ams

£lass

lJIIanager

Center, Right Gua?'d, Right Tackle, Right End,

E . F. POWELL S. W. COOKE A. T. WYNKOOP Left Tackle, W. P. BROWN C. H. WHEELER Left Guard, R. FISKE F. E. WATERMAN Quarter Back, A. R. VAN D EW ATER Haif-back, GODFREY BRIMLEY Full-back, W. M. NICHOLS Right Haif-back, R. B. BELLAMY

R. FISKE, Captain

W. ]. McNEIL,

C . C. PECK, c. W. M. NICHOLS, rb. R. B. BELLAMY } 2b. W. J. M CNE IL R. FISKE, 3b.

R. E. PECK W. J. Me 'EIL

Manager

}

p.

A. R . VANDEWATER, ss. W. P. BROWN, rf. C. H. WHEELER } cf. F. E . \VATERMA N S. W. COOKE } If. M. W . CLEMENT

19o1 track

t~m

GODFREY BRINLEY,

Captain

R. B. BELLAMY W. P . BROWN

R . FISKE J. M. H UDSON W. A. MITCHELL H. H. RU DD J. A. WALES

M. W. CLEMENT H . H. COCHRANE J.D. EVANS F. E. WATERMAN

19o1

Bask~tball t~m

R. B. B E LLAMY G. BRINLEY F. R . STURTEVANT W. A. MITCHE LL

H. H. COCHRANE A. H. DERBY J. A. WALES M . W. CLEMENT W. P. BROWN


1901 Pin

J;ock~

ttam

e;aptaln S. W. COOKE R. E. PECK C. C. PECK C. H. WHEELER

R. B. Bl£LLAMY R. FISKE W.J. MCNEIL

1903 Bastball ttam RANKIN, Captain BRADJN, c. HENRY, s.s. BRIGHAM, Ib. GARVIN, l.f.

MEYER, 111 a11ager TRUMBULL, 2b. JOHNSON, 3b. BRUCE, c.f. SHORT, r.f.

Substitutu CARPENTER

CUNNINGHAM

FAULKNER

1903 Baskttball ttam THOMAS, center, Manager VAN WEELDEN jOHNSON SHORT

BRIGHAlii, guard, Captain forward forward guard

1903 'football ttam center guard guard tackle tackle tackle end end full back half back half back half back quarter back quarter back

JOHNSON . HENRY BRIGHAM, BROWN MEYER THOMAS CUNNINGHAM BRAD IN VAN WEF.LDEN BRUCE COZZENS TRUMBULL GARVIN SHORT

141


1903

track ttam

SHORT,

Captain

CRAIG

HuTCHINSON

MEYER

COZZENS CUNNINGHAM

VAN WEELDEN RANKIN

JOHNSON THOMAS

TRUMBULL

Bastball ttata

1904

TOWNSEND, 2d, MANN, p. ALLEN, c. VAN TINE, ISt

BARTLETT, r.f. ENSIGN, l.f.

MADDOX, c.f.

football ttam

1904 RANKIN , M. I.,

Captain

GLENNY, 3d HUMPHRIES, S.S.

Manager

TowNSEND, f.b.,

MANN, r.e. MADDOX, l.h.

BRINTON, l.g. GLENNY, r . g. PACKARD, l.g.

HUMPHRIES, r.h. ALLEN,

q.b.

ENSIGN, r.t.

VAN TrNE, Lt.

1904

track ttam

MCILVAINE, TOWNSEND PACKARD

Captain

BRINTON

R. MOORE

GLENNY M. I. RANKIN

G . MOORE

BUFFINGTON

1904

BUFFINGTON, ALLEN,

MANN MORGAN MADDOX

Baskttball ttam

MADDOX, center

Manager

GLENNY, r. forward

1. forward

HUMPHRIES, BARTLETT, r. guard

1. guard

Substltutu B.

Q. MORGAN

Captain

BARTLETT, c. BUFFINGTON,l.e.

PACKARD


ntw England Tnttrtolltgiatt £awn Ctnnis Jlssotiation ~ TECHNOLOGY AMHERST

BOWDOIN BATES

BROWN VERMONT

DARTMO UTH TUFTS

WESLEYAN TRINITY

President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

E. G. THATCHER, Technology . A. L. DANA, Bowdoin E. T. GROSS, Brown

trinity £olltgt Ctnnls Jlssodatlon President Vice- President Secretary and Treasttrer

F. E. WATERMAN C. C. PECK H. D. BRIGHAM .

Dr. Robb Dr. Babbitt

1901 Waterman Wheeler, C. H. Foss Brinley Rudd Fisk Wales Hudson Bellamy R. B.

1902 Taylor Wheeler, W. H. McCook Peck, C. C. Barton

143

1903 Johnson Morgan, St. J. Brigham Bruce

1904 Buffiington


THE -Nt,.'V 51 C..A..L0 :t:;z 0 A..N I Z A.. T'I O..M.S

144


Offit¢rs of musical Organizations }AMES MERRYMAN WALK ER HUGH D EMPSTER WILSO

, }R.

WILLIAM L ARCHAR, }R .

l

s~ason

President Manager Assistant !11anager

1900=1901

Co NCERTS AT

South Windsor-Glee Club South Glastonbury-Glee and Banjo Clubs Odd Fellows' Hall, Hartford- Quartet Trinity Church , Hartford-Quartet Alumni Hall-Glee , Mandolin and Banjo Clubs Hockanum- Glee Club St. Thomas ' Church, Hartford-Glee Club East Hartford-Glee , Mandolin and Banjo Clubs Farmington-Glee, Mandolin and Banjo Clubs West Hartford- Glee , Mandolin and Banjo Clubs

145


Crinity £oll¢g¢ til¢¢ £1ub ttadtr GEORGE G. B URBANCK

rlrst ttnors E. S.

R. B. GOODEN, '02

CARSON , ' o2

F. S. BROWN, '04

Sttond ttnors F. B . BARTLETT, '04 G. F. S. MOORE , ' 04

M . B. STEWART, '02 G. H. HEYN, '04

rlrst Hams j. M. WALKER, 'or

H. D. WILSON, 'ex E. TUKE, '02

c. J.

A. G. H UMPHRIES , '04

Sttond Hams G.

HENDE RSON, '02 F. H. ENSIGN, jR. , '04

G. BURBANCK, ' or

R. W. TRENBATH, ' 03

Quarttt R. B. GOODEN, '02 M. B . STEWART, ' 02

H. D. WILSON , ' oi G. G. B URBANCK, 'oi


HE\'N

TRENDATil VAN TINS BR OWN HENDERSON CARSON ENSIGN EV AN S TUKE ROOD BARTLETT MOORE W ALES MCCOOK WHEB LER COCHRAN E BURBANCK WALKER WHEEL ER \VlLSON MITCHHLL HUMPHRIES STEW AR T MORGAN D I BBLE LARCHAR

CLARKE GOODEN


Crinity £olltgt mandolin £1ub

J:tadtr C. H . WH EELER , 'o r

first mandolins H . H. COCHRANE, 'or

w.

H. WHEELER,

1

M . A. McKEAN , 'oJ

0 2

C.

H . WH eELER, 'o r

'First Uiolln M. B. STEWART,

1

02

Stcond mandolins ]. K. CLEMENT , 'oo

H . B. CARPENTER , ' OJ

£tHo A. T. McCooK , 'o2

Stcond Uiolln R . W . TRENBATH, 'OJ

Guitars W . B . MITCHELL , or

P.

s. CLARKE,

1

0J

C. H. HILL, 'o2

] . A. W ALES , 'or


trinity £olltgt Banio £1ub

J:tadtr C. H . WHEELER, 'or

managtr J. D. EvANS , 'or

Banjtaurints C. H. WHEELER, 'or

WM. LARCHAR , '03 W. A. MITCH ELL, 'or

ilrst Banjos

s.

K. DIMOCK, ' 04

A. G.

HUMPHRIES, ' 04

R. B. VAN TI E, '04

Stcond Banjos J . D . EvANs, 'or

E. J. DIBBLE , '04

6ultars H . D. WILSO ' ,JR., 'o r

H . H. R unn , 'or

mandolins H . H . COCHRANE, 'or

W. H. WHEELER, ' 02


DIBBLE

W. I-I. WHEELER

E. J.

U . .H . COHCRANE

J.

A.

G.

HUMPHRIES

D. EVANS W. A. 1\I'[ITCHELL

II. H. RUDD

W. LARCHAR 1 jR. C. H. WHEELER

H. D. WILSON, ]R.

R.

B.

VAN TINE


Royal Egyptian String Oct¢tt¢ ORGANIZED A. D., 1879

J;onorary m~mbtrs HOFFMAN MILLER H . R. THOMPSO ' G. P. INGERSOLL A. P. BURGWIN J. R. BACON T. H. YARDJ:.EY J. W. LEWIS E. F. BURKE DEF. HICKS G. S. McCOOK J. S. CARTER W. H. EATON P.B.TROWBRIDGE

s.

H. S. MARTINDALE W. D. MCCRACKAN R. E. BURTON H. PARRISH C . C. TROWBRIDGE W. C. D. WILLSON E. DEK. LEFFINGWELL 0. T. PAINE G. E. COGSWEI,L M. R . CARTWRIGHT J. H. K. DAVIS W. H. BOARDliiA:-< C. A. APPLETON

C. W. BOWMAN G. H. HILLS C. H. TAI,COTT F. P. JOHNSON F. M. VERMILYE R. H. MACAULEY M. M. SIBLEY E. C. BEECROFT L. G. REYNOLDS W. B. SUTTON R. H. NELSON E. B. BULKELEY R. S. SALTUS

H. T. GREENLEY C. A. LEWIS W. W. VIBBERT P. J. MCCOOK E. PARSOKS H. G. BARBOUR J. H. PAGE, JR. H. D. PLIMPTON J. W. NICHOLS J. K. CLEMENT

R. H. Fox THEO. CASE

Banjos A. R. VANDEWATER, 'or M. W. CLEMENT, 'or

R. FISKE, 'or G. BRINLEY, 'or

Dulcimtr C. H. HILL, 'o2

Sackbut E.

Psalttry

GOODRICH, '02

Psbawms

A. T. WYNKOOP, 'or

R. N. WEIBEL, '02

[Utt

J;arp

P . L. BARTON, '02

C. C. PECK, '02

Buglt W. H. WHEELER, '02

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


1 53


Stnlor fionorarv Sodttv President Secretary and Treasttr(r

J. M. HUDSON, R. FISKE, R. B . Bl!;I,I,AMY

G. BRINI,l!;Y

W. P. BROWN

R. E. PECK C. H. WHitEI.ER

6raduatt mtmbtrs Ar.LEN, EDWIN STANTON , '94 AUSTIN, WII.I,IAM MORRIS, '98 BACO , FREDERICK STANLEY, '99 BARBOUR, HENRY GROSVE OUR, '96 BARTON, CHARLES Cr.ARENCE, '93 BATES, ROB E RT PECK, '93 BEECROFT, EDGAR CHARI,ES, '97 BRINES. MOSES }AMES, 'oo BROUGHTON, CHARI.ES DuBOIS, '95 BUI.KELEY,}OHN CHART.F.S, '93 CARTER, }UI,IAN STUART, '98 CARTER, LAWSON AVEREI,I,, '93 CARTER, SHIRI.EY, '94 CHURCHMAN, Cr.ARKE, '93 COGGESHALL, MURRAY HART, '96 COGSWEI.I., GEORGE EDWARD, '97 COI.r.INS, WII.LIAM FRENCH, '93 CULI.EN,}AMES,jR., '93 DANKER, WAI.TON, STOUTENBURGH, '97 DAVIS, JOHN HENRY KEI.SO, '99 DAVIS, CAMERON J OSIAH, '94 DINGWAI,I,, HARRIE RENZ, '95 EDGERTON, FRANCIS CR UGER, '94 EDGERTON, JOHN WARREN, '94 EI.LIS, GEORGE WILr.IAM, '94 Gr.AZEBROOK, HASI.ETT McKnr , 'oo GRAVES, DODI.EY CHASE, '98 GREENLEY, HOWARD TRESCOTT, '94 HAMLIN, EDWARD PERCY, '95 HARTI,EY , GEORGE D ER WENT , '93 HORNOR, HARRY ARCHER , 'oo HUBBARD, LOUIS DEKOVEN, '9~ LANGFORD, ARCHIBALD MORRISON, '97 LANGFORD, WII.UAM SPAIGBT, JR., '96

LEWIS, }OHN WILLIAM, '93 LITTELL, ELTON GARDINER, '99 LORD, }AMES WATSO:-<, ' 91:> LOCKWOOD, LUKE VINCENT, '93 MACAULEY, RICHARD HENRY, '95 McCOOK, GEORGE SHELDO , '97 MCILVAINE, JOHN GILBERT, 'oo MORSE£, BRYAN KILUKELI.Y, '99 NICHOLS, JOHN WII.LIAi\IS, '99 NILES, WILLIAM PORTER, '93 OLCOTT, WII.LIAl\1 TYLER, '96 PAINE, 0GI.E TAYLOE, '96 PAGE, JOHN HENRY, '97 PARSONS, EDGERTON , '86 PEARC E, REGINAI.D, '93 PEI.TON, HENRY HUBBARD, '93 PENROSE, JOHN }ESSE, JR., '95 PRINCE, FREDERICK WELLES, 'co REMSON, HENRY R UTGERS, 'g8 REYNOLDS, LLOYD GILSON, '98 RICH, EARNEST ALBERT, '99 S CHUTZ , WAI.TER STA:-<"LEY, '94 SCHWARTZ, DAVID LOUIS, 'oo SPARKS, WII,LIAM ALBERT, ' 79 STRAWBRIDGE, JOHN , '95 TAYI,OR , CHARLES EDWARD, '94 VIBBERT, AUBREY 0ARREI.I., '99 VIBBERT, WILLIAM WEI.SH, '94 WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN MAYHEW, •95 WEED. CHARI.ES FREDERICK, '94 WILLSON, WILLIAM CROSSWEI.L DOANE, WILSON, GEORGE HEWSON, '93 WOFFENDEN, RICHARD HENRY, '93 WOODLE, AI.LAN SHELDON, '99

154

'93


Cbt J:tmon Squttztr

c\\STo3 ' • • • • • • •••

'57 Presenter, VI/, H. BENJAMIN, '57

Receiver G. R. HALLAM, '59

'59

Tnutniam ulam aut faciam Presenter, G. R, HALLAM, '59

Receiver, \V, S. COGSWELL, '6r

'61

Pn aspna ad astra Presenter, W. H. \VEBSTER, '61

Receiver, N. B. DAYTON, '63

'63

nt ttntts aut pnfict Presenter, R. F. GOODWIN, '63

Receiver, C. W. MUNRO, '65

'65

;:acta non unba Presenter, H. G . GARDNER, '65

Receiver, ROBERT SHAw., '68


'68 S~mptr Cl'Ut~ns

Receiver, E. V. B. KISSAM , '69

Presenter, F. L. NoRTON, '6S

'69

nunquam non paratus Receiver, D. P. Co路rroN, '7 r

Presenter, TACOB LEROY, '69

'71

nulla outigia rmorsum Recei\路er, F. 0. GRANNIS, '73

Presenter , WILLIAM DRAYTON, '71

' 73 Receiver, C. E . CRAIK, '74

Presenter, C. E. WOODMAN, '73

'74

Ov rrapa

axorr6v

R eceiver, H. V. R UTHERFORD, ' 76

Presenter, R. M. EDWARDS, '74

' 76

lnmoit bonorl Receh路er, W. C. BLACKMER, ' 7S

Presenter, C. E . MOORE, ' 76

A vfJpi(eaOe

Receiver, D. L. FLAMING, 'So

Presenter,]. D. HILLS, ' 7S

'8o Receiver, A. P. BURGWIN, 'S2

Presenter , W. R. LEAKEN, 'So

'8z ~uplt~ fln~m

Receiver, S. H. GIESY, 'S5

Presenter, A. P. BURGWIN , 'S2

'8s

Duris non t=rangi R eceiver, G. S. WATERS, 'S7

Presenter, A. D. NEELEY, 'S5

'87

multa in 1Uu addlmntu Rece iver, E. C. JOHNSON, 2rl, 'SS

Presenter, A. H. ANDERSON, 'S7 157


'88

Ptr angusta all augusta Receiver, E. McP. McCOOK, '90

Presenter, E. C. jOHNSON, 2d , '88

'90

Stmptr agtns allqulll Presenter, T. A. CONOV:i;R, '90

Receiver, I. D. RuSSELL, '92

' 92 'fo KaiJlv rpil.ov

Receiver, F. F. jOHNSON, '94

Presenter, G. HALL, '92

' 94

Jfgtrt pro

~lrlbus

Receiver, j. STRAWBRIDGE, '95

Presenter, j. W. EDGERTON, '94

' 95

En

a~ant 1

Receiver, G. E. COGSWELL, ' 97

Presenter, E. P. HAMLIN, '95

'2:.1rap-rav tl.axt~ -ravmv K6ap.tt

Receiver, - - - - - - --

Presenter, - - - - - - - -

' 99

'fortlttr, fldtllttr, ftlicittr Receiver, - - - - - - - -

Presenter, - - - - - - - ' 01

no1.1us ordo satclorum KEEPERS OF THE LEMON SQUEEZER


Honor mtn for tbt Ytar

1899·1900

J;onors In tbt £lass of 19oo Valedictory Salutatory Honor Oratiott

SIMON LEWIS TOMLINSON HARRY ARCHER HORNOR FRE:DERICK WELLES PRINCE;

Otbtr Sptaktrs at £ommtnttmtnt Alexander Arnott

Moses James Brines John Kay Clement

H. E. RUSSELL FELLOWSHIP *THE CHEMICAL PRIZE ESSAY

First Prize . Second Prize

Edward Collins Stone [Not awarded] [Not awarded) [Not awarded]

TuTTLE PRIZE EssAY MATHEMATICAL PRIZE GOODWIN GREEK PRIZES

First Prize . Seco11d Prize

[Not awarded) Harry Clifford Golden

PRIZES IN HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

First Prize . Second Prize

[Not awarded) Arthur Paul Kelley

HOLLAND PRIZE SCHOLARSHIPS

In the Class o.f I90I bt the Class o.f I902 In the Class o.f 1903

Francis Raymond Sturtevant Anson Theodore McCook Harry Clifford Golden Bayard Quincy Morgan

HARTFORD ADMITTITUR PRIZE MODERN LANGUAGE PRIZES

First Prize Second Priz.e

[Not awarded] [Not awarded)

ALUMNI PRIZES IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION

In the Class o.f I900

Theodore Grafton Case Harry Archer Hornor Charles Hathorn Wheeler James Albert Wales Hugh Dempster Wilson, Jr.

In the Class o.f I90I FRANK W. WHITLOCK PRIZES

First Prize Sec01zd Prize

Harry Archer Hornor Hugh Dempster Wilson, Jr . James Albert Wales [Not awarded]

./

THE DOUGLAS PRIZE THE METAPHYSICAL PRIZE THE MACKAY-SMITH PRIZES

First Prize . Second Prize

Edward Henry Lorenz julius Levin

*The prizes are arranged in the order of their foundation

159


£oll~g~ 6~rman

trinity

£1ub

GoDFREY BRINLEY, Pres£dent RICHARD NICKS WEIBEL, Secretary and Treasurer

m~mb~rs G. BRINLEY, 'or

C. H . WHEELER, 'or

W. P. BROWN, 'or

M .. W. CLEMENT, 'or

J . M. HUDSON, 'or

E.

R.

E.

P ECK, 'or

GOODRIDGE, JR. , 1 02

C. H. HILL, 1 02

J. M . WALKER, ' or

C . C. PECK, 'o2

F. E. WATERMAN, 'or R. N. WEIBEL, 'o2 A. T. WYNKOOP, 'or W . H. WHEELER, 'o2 W. S. TRUMBULL, '03

.First German Second German Tftird German Fourtft German F£ft!t German

J. M. WALKER, 'or R.

E.

J. M. HUDSON, 'or

PECK, 'or

C. C. PECK, 'o2

W. H. WHEELER , ' o2

R.N. WEIBEL, '02

E . GOODRIDGE ,

W.

1

JR., 0 2

M. W. CLEMENT, 'or

161

S. TRUMBULL , '03

C. H. WHEELER , 'or


tbird trinity tinman TUESDAY , FEBR UARY 5TH

R.N.

W. H. WHEELE R

WEIBEL

\VEDNESDAY, FEBR ARY 6TH

In Alumni Hall , from 4 to 6 P. M., given by Mrs. George Williamson Smith. under the management of the Junior Promenade Committee

til~~.

Banjo and mandolin ÂŁtubs,

follow~d

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH

:Junior

Prom~nad~

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH

by Dancing

Held


f.~.

~NIOR . BJ\LL


junior Ball GIVEN BY THE CLASS OF 1902

Eommltt~~

Clwirman Secretary and Treasurer

CARLOS CuRTIS P ECK, MARSHALL BOWYER STEWART , EDWARD BROC E GOODRICH

PHILIP LocKwooD BARTON

RICHARD NICKS W E IB EL

EDWARD GOODRIDGE, }R .

PatronÂŤs~s

Mrs. F. H. Adriance Mrs. F. B. Allen Mrs. F. C. Babbitt Mrs . J. L. Barbour Mrs . C . C . Beach Mrs . G. W . Beach Mrs. T. B. Beach Mrs. M. T. Bennett Mrs. J. W. Bradin Mrs . R. I-I. Buell Mrs. George Bulkley Mrs. John Bnlkeley Mrs. F. M. Bunce Mrs. R. H . Chapman Mrs. T . B. Chapman Miss Mary Clark Mrs. F. R. Cooley Mrs. W . R. Corson Mrs . R. W. Cntler Mrs. F. W . Davis Mrs. G. H . Day Mrs. C. L. Edwards Mrs. G. W . Ellis

Mrs. J. 0. Enders Mrs . T . 0. Enders Mrs. Henry Ferguson Mrs. J. W . Gilson Mrs. C . C. Goodrich Mrs . T. W. Goodridge Mrs. Francis Goodwin Mrs. L. E. Gordon Mrs.J. H. Greene Irs. J. L. Greene Mrs . J . H . Hall Mrs . E. B. Hatch Mrs. E. C Hilliard Mrs. J . M. Holcomb Mrs. F. L. Howard Mrs . W . W . Hyde Mrs. E. J . Lake Mrs. C. H. Lawrence Mrs . I-I . Lilienthal Mrs. L. P. W. Marvin Mrs. W . R. Matson Mrs . J. J. McCook Mrs. A. R. Merriam

Mrs. Burton Parker Mrs. L . D. Parker Mrs. J . D. Parker Miss Phelps Mrs. E. S. Pollock Mrs. H. S. Redfield Mrs. R . B. Riggs Mrs. W L . Robb Mrs . Robison Mrs. J. H . Root Mrs. J . H . Rose Mrs. G. W. Russell Mrs . G. R. Shepherd Mrs. R. H . Schutz Mrs. W . C. Skinner Mrs. G. W. Smith Mrs. P. S. Starr Mrs. E. P. Taylor Mrs J. H. Twitchell Mrs . M. H . Whaples Mrs. P. H . Woodward Mrs. E. S. Van Zile


WEIBEL GOODRIDGE

STEWART ( Sec. and T re as.) PECK {Chairman) JUNIOR BAI.L COMMITTEE

BARTON

G00DRlCH


CrinitY ÂŁolltgt missionary SotittY FOUNDED 1832

'' Pro dtrisfo ef ecclesia. ''

Ebrtstmas tnm 1900

F. S. MOREHOUSE, 'or H. D. WILSON, ]R., 'or H. C. GOLDEN, 03 E. B. GOODRICH, 02

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain

1

REV.

T.

R. PYNCHON, '41

trinity ttrll 1901

F. S. MOREHOUSE, 'or H. D. WILSON, ]R ., 'or H. C. GOLDE ' '03

E. B.

GOODRICH, 02

REV.

T.

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain

1

R. PYNCHON, '41

166


Sd~ct Pr~acb~rs

at CrinitV

£oll~g~

£ba"tl

1900

Sept. 30. Oct. 21.

THE BISHOP OF CONNECTICUT THE REv. J. P. PETERS, D.D., St. Michael's Church, New

Nov. r8.

York THE VERY REv. GEORGE HoDGES, D. D . , Dean of Cambridge

Dec. r6.

Theological School THR REv. CHARLES MORRIS ADmso , M.A., St. John's Church, Stamford

1901

Jan. 20. Feb. 17.

THE BISHOP OF VERMONT THE REv. GEORGE R . VAN DEWATER, D.D., St. Andrew's

Mar. 17.

Church, Harlem THE REv. FRANK WooDS BAKER, D.D. , Trinity Church, New

Apr. 24. May 12.

THE BISHOP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE THE REv. v..:. M. GROSVENOR, D. D., Church of the Incarnation,

Haven

New York


CrinitY £oll¢g¢ £bapd

Chaplain

PRESIDENT SMITH, REv. HERMANN LILIENTHA r.,

Assistant Ctmplain

OBI,IGATORV

VOLUNTARY

Stmday

Daily

Holy Communion, 8

Morning Prayer,

Holy Week: 11.55 Ash Wednesday: 9.15 Good Friday: 9·'5 S1111day: 9.15 Asceusion Day:

A. M.

8.30 A. M. A. M.

A.M.,

9

P. M.

Lent- Daily A. l\L (Litany )

IL55

A.M.

T!tanksgivuzg Day:

10.30 A.M.

A. 1\I.

Daily Morning or Evening Prayer

8.30 A. l\1.

G. G. BURBANCK, 'o2,

Precentor

Cantoris

Decanz 'oi

GOODEN, '02

'WALKER,

T U KE, '02

\VH EELER, ' 01

CARSON, '02

H UDSON, '01

WHEELER, '02

STEWART, '02

BROWN, '04

HENDERSON, '0 2

BURBANCK, 'OI

TRENBATH, '03

:\. B. QUAILE, 'o2,

Orga?List

Chapel lJfonitors A. H. ANDERSO

A. H. DERBY, ' ol

, '0 1

168


TRINITY COLLEGE CHAPEl,


Cbt ]tsttrs

Staff Stage manager jAMES M E RRYMAN WALKER

Jfssistant Stage manager WALTER SLATER TRUMBULL

Business manager jOHN DA ULBY EVANS

Jfssistant Business manager RI CHARD NICKS WEIBEL

Executille £ommittu J . M.

J.

WALKER

A. R. VAN DE WATER W. S. TR U MB U LT~

D. EVANS

R.N. WEIBEL


J.

M.

WALKER

R. N.

WEIBEL

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE JESTERS

W. 5 . TRUMBULL A . R . VAN DE WATER

J . D.

EVANS


- Extract from Daily Papers.

"McKinley and Roosevelt would never have been elected, had it not been for the Trinity Rough Riders."

~


CrinitV D¢tatbm¢nt of tb¢ Sixtb Ward Bulkd¢V Rougb Rid¢rs MCKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT CAMPAIGN OF OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER , NINETEEN H UNDRED

tommlsslon~a

Offlcns Staff Captain econd Lieutenant

M. G . HAIGHT, Igoo J. K. CLEMENT, 1900 .

non=tommlsslon~a Offlc~rs Sng~ants

M. W. CLEMEN1', 'or

C. H. WHEELER , 'or

H . H. COCHRANE, 'o r

J.

A. B. QUAILE, 'o2

H . L. G. MEYER, '03

£orporals W. A. MI'l'CHELL, 'u r C. E. BR UCE, '03

M. H UDSON, 'or H. D. BRIGHAM, '03

H. H. R UDD, 'o r

Ho11orary Water Can·ier

ADA?>IS

Prl\lat~s A. H. W . Anderson, 'or

J. D. Evans, 'or R. Fiske, 'or F. H. Foss, 'or A. R. Van De Water, 'or J. A. \Vales, 'or H . D. Wilson , 'vi A. T. Wynkoop, 'or P. L. Barton , '02 E. S. Carson, 'o~ E. J. Cleve land, 'o2 E. B Goodrich, '02 J. Henderson , '02 F. A. Higginbotham, '02

G. H. Holden, 'o2 A. T. McCook, '02 E. S. Merria m, '02 E. M. Rogers, 'o2 ]. P. W. Taylor, '02 C . E. Tuke, 'o2 R. . Weibel, 'o2 W. H. Wheeler, 'o2 H. R. White, 'o2 A. M. Bellamy, 'o3 P. H. Bradin, '03 H. B. Carpenter, '03 S. H. Clapp, 'o3 P. S. Clarke, 'o3

martbtS (In town )

martbu (out of town) t East Hartford

*

New Britain

t Parkville

* Willimantic

Third Ward Rally Fourth Ward Rall y Seventh Ward Rally Sound Money Parade of

Windsor Locke Total casualties, 26

*

nder Fire

N. G. Cun11ingham , '03 P . Garvin. 'o3 R. H. Hutchinson , '03 E. C. Thomas, 'o.~ R. W. Trenbath, '03 H. B. Vanderbogart, '03 \V . B. Allen, '04 M. H. Buffington, 'o4 A. G. Humphrie , 'o4 E. H. Maddox , 'u4 G. S. Moore, 'o4 R. L. McKeon, '04 A. Packard, '04 H. E. Townsend, 'o.t

J.

t General Engagement

173

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Cb¢ Honorary frat¢rnitV of

~appa

B¢ta Pbi

FOUNDED IN 1776 AT MARY AND WILLIAMS COLLEGE

Roll of

Unit~d

Trinity College, Cambridge Trinity College, Dublin Ecole de Beaux Arts, Paris Emynxt University Smith College Wellesley College Harvard Annex Trinity Wesleyan University Wells College Vassar Sage College, Cornell University Xymtba College Blypqksm University Dnjlucix Institute Qvltjmin Lytnqbmp Atljo Combinojint Bryn Mawr Nowhereatal Heidelberg University of Mskovitchjski University of Shanghai University of Tokio

ALPHA OF GREAT BRITAIN ALPHA OF IRELAND ALPHA OF FRANCE BETA OF FRANCE

.

ALPHA OF MASSACHUSETTS BETA OF MASSACHUSETTS GAMMA OF MASSACHUSETTS ALPHA OF CONNECTICUT BETA OF CONNECTICUT . ALPHA OF NEW YORK

.

BETA OF NEW YORK GAMMA OF NEW YORK DELTA OF NEW YoRK EPSILON OF

£baptus

.

EW YORK

ZE'fA OF NEW YORK ETA OF NEw YORK THETA oF NEw YORK lO'fA OF NEW YORK ALPHA OF PENNSYLVANIA BETA OF PENNSYLVANIA BETA OF GERMANY ALPHA oF RussiA E'rA oF CHINA OMEGA OF JAPAN .

174


Jflpba of £onntcticut CHARTERED

R. E.

PECK

J. D .

EVANS

r889

President Vice-Preside1tl Secretary aud Treasurer

GODFREY BRINLEY

etass or 19o1 A.

H.

ANDERSON

R.

FISKE

175

J. M.

WALKER


TFJNITY 路H[W. N2 4-II-44NOBLt:, ANCIENT. & :EXALTEP

OrA.er o~t路s-~\0 e,5 路 ~" J. I'

4

rou~~ J90J

Offtc~rs

Grand Imperial Buffalo

MINNIE-HA-HA - HUDSON

Great Eastem Slantface

Gus-Poo-WYNKOOP

Keeper of the Mystic Wa-wa

BIG-BLUFF-WHEELER

Royal Exalted Buglwuse .

\VA H- HOO- Foss

Honorable Wampum Collector

HIA- WA-THA-HILL

Big Medicine Man .

HY-PO-WALKER

Pan-American Prairie Dog

GRAY-DOG-TAYLOR

High and Worshipful Buggaboo

WoosH-TA- WALES

m~mb~rs

The Whole College ; also Adams and Duffy .


TENNIS MATCH: Trinity, Ig<>3, vs. Wesleyan, I903, June 2d, I goo.

Slnglu BRIGHAM MORGAN jOHNSON SHORT RANKIN

(T ) (T) (T) (T ) (T)

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs.

CHAPMAN BERRIEN JENNINGS BRISTOL BENNETT

(W } (W) (W} (W ) (W )

Won by BRIGHAM Won by MORGAN Won by jOHNSON Won by BRISTOL Won by RANKI '

(T ) (T ) (T ) (W) (T )

6-o, s-7, 6-r. 6-o, 6-2. 6-3 . 6-4路 2-6, 6-4. 6-4路 6-r, 6-r.

Doublu JOHNSON (T } and MORGAN (T ) vs. JENNINGS (W ) and BENNETT (W ) Won by JOHNSON (T) and MORGAN (T) 6-o, 6-r. RANKIN (T ) and BRIGHAM (T) vs. CHAPMAN (W ) and BRISTOL Won by RANKIN (T) and BRIGHAM (T ), 6-3, 6-4.

177

(W )


Nee te poeniteat ca!amo trivisse !abd!ttm

Jittptrs of tbt Plpt of Ptatt wbost namu art cut on tbt box H. M. Gregory, '56· S. McConihe, '56 H. W. Kloppenburg, '58 J. E. Mears, '58 T. B. Sexton, '6o W. H. Tibbits, '6r 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, ' 7r D. P . Cotton , ' 71 G. C. Burgwin, '72 J. T. Bowditch, '73 C. E. Craik, '74

T . L. Stedman, '74 H. E. Whitney , '74 W. R . Blair, '75 W. J. Roberts, '75 E. N. Burke, ' 76 B. E. Warner, '76 W. E. Rogers, '77 B. F. H . Shreve , '78 0. Buffington, ' 79 0. Holway , 'So C. Carpenter, '82 J. R. Cunningham, '85 C. G. Child, '86 C. H. Tibbits, '87 F. B. Whitcomb, '87 J. W. R. Crawford, '88 L. H. Paddock, '88 E. N . Scott, '89

E. B. Bulkeley, '90 G. W. 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, '94 F. S. Burrage, '95 C. DuB. Broughton, '95 DeF. Hicks, '¢ E. W. Robinson, '96 E. F. Waterman, '98 H. R . Remsen, '98 J. W. Nichols, '99 J. H . K. Davis, '99 J. G. Mcilvaine, 'oo E. P. Taylor, Jr., 'oo

Prmnt littPtrs

R eginald Fiske, 'or

H. H. Rudd, 'ox


[As every member voted for himself, no officers were elected .] m~mb~rs C. H. WHEELER,

'or

M. G. HAIGHT, J.

M.

H u DSON ,

l)onorarv

'oo 'or

m~mbtr

01\fAR KHAYYAJ\f

6un £1ub Offlcus JEWETT COLE HENRY B . CARPENTER J.P. W. TAYLOR.

P. H.

w.

P. BRINTON

EDWARD H. MADDOX MATHER

President Secretary and Treasurer Captain

ARTHUR G. HUMPHRIES GEORGE

D.

I. RANKIN 179

RANKIN

P.

L.

BARTON , ' 02


Sopbomor~

Dining 拢1ub

POUNDED BY THE CLASS OF '99 ON FRBRUARY 15, 1897

D. S. CORSO , '99 J. H. K. DAVIS, '99 C. B. HEDRICK, '99 G. T. KENDAL, '99 E. G. LITTELL, '99 B. K. MORSE, '99 A. D. VIBBERT, '99 H. D. GREEN, '99 W. C. HILL, 'oo H. A . HORNOR, 'oo D. B. JEWETT, 'oo J. G. MCILVAINE, 'oo F. W. PRINCE, 'oo

w. H. EA"ON, '99 J. W. NICHOLS, '99 A. H. ONDERDONK, '99 H. OWEN, '99 E. A. RICH, '99 E. K. f'TERLING, '99 W. B. SUTTON, '99 J. W. BRADIN, 'oo T. P. BROWNE, JR ., 'oo

c.

R. H. Fox, 'oo S. R. FULLER, JR . , 'oo H.路 McK. GLAZEBROOK, 'oo M. G. HAIGHT, 'co

D. L. SCHWARTZ, oo W. P . BROWN, 'or M. W. CLEMENT, 'or J. D. EvANS, 'or R. FISKE, 'or J. M. H UDSON, 'or W. J. McNEIL, 'oi R. E. PECK, 'or H . H. RUDD, 'or A. R. VANDEWATER, 'or J. M. WALKER, 'or C. H. WHEELER, 'or H. D. 'WILSON, JR., 'or

JlttiOt mtmbtrs P. H. BRADIN H. D. BRIGHAM D. H. BROWNE C. E. BRUCE, JR.

A. HENRY J. MeA. JoHNSON W. LARCHAR, JR. H. L. G. MEYER

S. ST. J . MORGAN G. D. RANKIN A. C. SHORT W. S. TRUMBULL

2d at Hotel Hartford

ISt at Hotel Hartford ISO


PECK

TAYLO R.

WHITE

BARTON

GOODRIDGE

GOODRICH

1902 GRADUATE MEMBERS

SOPHOMORE DINING CLUB

HILL \VEIBEL


Banqutt naugbtv-two from naugbtV=four JANUARY IgTH, i90I

Banqu~t

at

l)artfora

tb~ l)ot~l

toasts Toastmaster

RAYMOND B. VAN TINE , '04

J.

EDWARD

Athletics. Tile Ladie>路 Tlze Faculty Tile Soplzs

} AMES H ENDERSON, '02

EDWARD B . GooDRICH,

I90tf-

RICHARD

PHILIP

L.

C ARLOS

c.

MANN,

'o4

I902

BARTON,

'o2

PECK, ' 02

N.

WEIBEL,

'o2 'o2

Imprompitt Toasts

拢ommltttt of Jlrrangtmtnts HERMAN E. TowNSEND ,

C!tairman

WALTER B. ALLEN

EDWARD H. MADDOX

FRANKs. BROWN

RAYMOND B. vAN TINE


拢olltgt marsbals

1836. Pliny A. Jewett 1837路 Albe rt Dodd 1838. George W. Beers 1839. Thomas T. Guion 1840. C. B. Varley 1841. George R. Hall 1842. Francis J. Clerc 1843. John G. Sterling 1844. Samuel Flower 1845. James B. Wakefield 1846. David F. Lumsden 1847. William C. Peters 1848. Edward H. Brinley 1849. Samuel Sherman 1850. Charles E. Terry 185r. James W. Smyth 1852. A. Hamilton Polk 1853. J. Gardiner White 1854. Vv. Butler Krumbhaar 1855路 Jared Starr 1856. Sidney Hall 1'l57路 John H. S. Quick 1858. Samuel B. Warren 1859. Wm. G . Davies r86o. Wm. B. Tibbits r86r. G. W. Hugg 1862. John J. McCook 1863. Thomas R. Ash 1864. C. T. Olmsted 1865. Charles Wanzer 1866. Henry K. Huntington r867. Howard C. Vibbert 1868. Joseph B. Cheshire

1869. George E. Elwell 1870. D. Page Cotton 1871. John W. Gray 1872. Russell Murray 1873. L. M. Plumer 1874. Charles D. Scudder 1875. Henry H. Brigham 1876. J. Ellis Kurtz 1877. R. B. Brundage 1878. Wm. N. Elbert 1879. Henry C. Lovebridge 188o. Wm. B. Nelson 1881. Charles H. Carter 1882. J. Eldred Brown r&l3. E. S. VanZile 1884. S. S. Mitchell r885. E. B. Hatch 1886. W. B. Olmsted 1887. W. F. Morgan, Jr. 1888. E. N. Scott 1889. E. McP. McCook 18go. T. P. Thurston 1891. Wm. Joseph Miller 1892. Wm. French Collins 189~. Robert Prescott Parker 1894. John Moore McGann 1895. Wm. Speaight Langford, Jr. 1896. James Watson Lord 1897. James Watson Lord 189S. Elton Gardiner Littell 1899. Harry Archer Hornor 1901. Godfrey Brinley


li\N:J ~AN 0

'=\

LUT/\TOR~l\ri0~ 1827

1837

V. Isaac E . Crary V. Abner Jackson S. Samuel C. Goldsborough S. John T. Cushing

1828 V. Henry G. Smith S . William H. Walter

1829 V. Joshua G. Wright S. SamuelS. Lewis

1830 V. Augustus F. Lyde S. Isaac W. Hallam

1831 V. Nathaniel E. Cornwall S. Josepll R. Eccleston

!832 V. E. Edwards Beardsley S. Jolin W. French

I833 V. Hugh L. Morrison S. Edward Hardyear

1834 V. William Payne S. Solomon G. Hitchcock

183s V. Robert Tomes S. Edward Van Deusen

1836 V. James H. Elliott S. Isaac H. Tuttle

1838 V. Charles Gillette S. Cyrus Munson

1839 V. Isaac G. Hubbard S. Nathaniel 0. Cornwall

1840 V. Robert B. Fairbairn S. Vandervoort Bruce

1841

v. { William H. Frisbie Henry D. Noble S. Thomas R. Pynchon 1842 V. George Ro~siter S. Henry C. Preston

1843 V. Thomas S. Preston S. George Ker

J844 V. DavidP.Sanford S. Tilton E. Doolittle

1845 V. Robert C. Rogers S. John A. Paddock

1846 V. John W. Bacon S. Samuel M. Whiting

1847 V. Samuel Benedict S. George S. Gilman

1848 V. Benj. H. Paddock S. Nath. N. Belden

1849 V. John M. Atwood S. George W. Giddings

18so V. John T. Huntington S. Daniel E. Loveridge

r8sr V. Charles]. Hoadly S. Alex. G. Cummings

1852 V. Lucius H. Jones S. Francis Chase

1853 V. Alfred L. Brewer S. William G. Spencer

r8s4 V. George D. Johnson S. James H. Williams

1855 V. Luke A. Lockwood S. Edwin C. Bolles 1856

V. Daniel E. Holcomb S. Samuel F. Hotchkin


v. s.

1857 Samuel Herman George B. Hopson

!872 Paul Ziegler S. James H. George

v. s.

1887 Orrin A. Sands William A. Beardsley

v. s.

1858 George S. Mallory William H. Vibbert

1873 V. Leonard W. Richardson s. Oliver H. Raftery

v. s.

1888 Lewis H. Paddock Charles E. Purdy

v.

v. s.

1889 1874 r859 v. Edward N. Dickerson v. Willard Scudder Samuel B. vVarren S. James D . Smyth S. Joseph W. Fell Edwin E. Johnson 186o 1890 1875 v. Clifford S. Griswold Charles H. W. Stocking v. George M. Hubbard s. Edward W. Worthington s. William H. C. Pynchon Augustus Johnson

v. s.

r861 Arthur W. Allen A. B. Jennings

v. s.

v. s.

1876 Isaac Heister Charles E. Moore

v. s.

1891 Harry Howard Charles Herbert Young

1862 V. James B. Murray s. George W. Hugg

v.

!877 Charles C. Edmunds, Jr. S. John Prout

v. s.

1892 Albert Crabtree Romily F. Humphries

1863 V. John S. Smith s. W. N. Ackley

1878 V. John D. Hills S. John G. Williams

v. s.

1893 March Chase Mayo Robert Peck Bates

v. s.

r864 Robert A. Benton Joseph F. Ely

v. s. v. s.

v. s.

1894 rathan Tolles Pratt Cameron Josiah Davis

1865 Charles T. Olmsted EdwardS. Johnson

!879 V. Alfred Harding S. James S. Carpenter r88o v. T.M. r. George s. S. Lorin vVebster

v. s.

1895 Edward Myron Yeomans S ydney Key Evans

1866 Samuel Hart Henry A. Metcalf

1881 V. J. Russell Parsons S. Charles W. Jones

1896 V. George Nahum Holcombe S. George Blodgett Gilbert

v.

1867 William R. Mackay George G. Nichols

v.

r882 Seaver M. Holden S. John H. McCrackan

1897 V. Herma nn von W. Schulte S. John Robert Benton

v.

1868 Frank L . Norton Frank H. Potts

1883 V. R. T. Reineman S. J. E. Brown

v. s.

1898 Woolsey MeA. Johnson Albert Morey Sturtevant

v.

s.

1869 George 0. Holbrooke Arthur McConkey

1884 V. Henry R. Neely S. William S. Barrows

v. s.

1899 Harold Loomis Cleasby Charles William Henry

v. s.

!870 George :vlcC. Fiske Harlow R. Whitlock

v. s.

1885 H. B. Loomis Robert Thorn

v

s.

1g<l0 Simon Lewis Tomlinson Harry Archer Hornor

v. s.

1886 Herman Lilienthal William]. Tate

1901 V. Francis R. Sturtevant S. Frank Halsey Foss

s. s.

v.

s.

1871 George W. Douglass Chauncey C. Williams

185


R.INJTY • CHURCH SCHOOL·CL\JB

A. H. DERBY , 'or G. G. BuRBA 'CK, 'o r W. B. ALLEN, '04 V..7 • G. WHERRY, '04

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer €X~tUtl"~ £ommltt~~

J.

G. H. H EYN, '04

A. WALES, 'o r

£bubirt Jltadtmv Jllumni Jlssociation of trinity £olltgt ~ Offlt~rs

F. S. MOREHOUSE, 'or

J.

President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer

W. WALKER, '02 1

P. H. BRADIN, 03 R. L. McKEoN, 'o4

m~mbtrs P. H . BRADIN, 03

F. S.

R. L. McKEON, 'o4

J.

1

186

MOREHOUSE, 'or 1

W. WALKER. 02


Hartford fiigb Scbool £1ub ~

Offtctrs President Vice- President Secretary and Treasurer

F. R. STURTEVANT E.

s.

s.

ST . J. MORGAN

MERRIAM

Extcuttot £ommltttt EvANS

JOHNSON

STURTEVANT

W. A. MITCHELL, 'or F. R. STURTEVANT, ' or E. J. CLEVELAND,

H. LoRENZ, B. Q. MORGAN ,

E.

1

T.

E.

s. MERRIAM ,

McCooK , 'o2 1

02

K. P. MORBA , 'o2

02

S . ST. J. MoRGAN, 'o3

' o2 1

A.

J. MeA. Joi;INSON , 'o3

04 J .

D. EvANS, Special ENSIGN, Special

F . H.

j)f.

~fban'~

j)cijoof

~fufj

Offlctrs H. H . Runn,

President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

' or 1

JEWETT COLE , 02 1

SAXON COLE, 02

mtmbtrs H. G . COZZENS, '03 G. F. MOORE , ' 04

SAXON CoLE, 'o2 JEWETT COLE , '02

H. H. Runn,

' or


TAFT .SCHOOL

CLU&~~ - ~ ]AMES HENDERSON, ' 02 NO E L

G.

C uNNINGHAM,

EDWARD ]. MANN,

President 'o3

Vice-President

'o4

Secretary and Treasurer

St. [ukf s Scbool £1ub

] . M . HUDSON, 'or

W. P.

BROWN ,

'o r R. N .

188

WEIBEL , ' o2


jUNE 24TH, 1901

Presidmt Historian Poet Presenter Statistician

HUGH DEMPSTER WILSON, jR. FRANK STEPHEN MOREHOUSE AUGUSTUS TALCOTT WYNKOOP JAMES MOSGROVE HUDSON RICHARD EUGENE PECK

eommitt~u

£lass Day WILSON

HUDSON

ANDERSON

WATERMAN

WYNKOOP

DERBY

~mptlon WHEELER

PECK

VANDEWATER

BRINLEY

WALKER

Tnoltatlons WALES

KELLEY

CLEMENT

WYNKOOP

llnanct EVANS

STURTEVANT

FISKE

HINNEN

Foss

Photographs RUDD

MOREHOUSE

MITCHELL

Dramatics WALKER

WHEELER

189

EVANS


1Recrolog\? '48, Died October 4th. 1900.

REV. RALPH HART BOWLES,

CHARLES j E REMY HO ADLY, LL . D. ,

'51.

Trustee o.f Trinity College, I86S-I900,

Died October 19th , 1900. REV. CHARLES

H ENRY SEYMOUR,

D.D .,

' 52,

Died November 19th, 1900. '55, Died July r rth , 1900

G EORGE S MITH D EVENDORF,

]OH N SABINE SMITH,

'63,

Trustee o.f Trinity College, I894-I900,

Died November 6th, 1900 '70, Died October r6th, 1900.

RoB ERT FoRSYTH BixBY,

'

'78, Died May 29th , 1900.

HORACE BROWN ScoTT,

' So, Died May 28th, 1900.

CoLF.MAN GANDY WILLIAMS,

' 8r, Died September 28th, 1900.

ADOLPHUS WILLIAM R EINEMAN,

R EV. HERBERT MENDENHALL SMITH,

'93,

Died August r6th, 1900. '93, Died August 17th, 1900.

R EV. GEORGE H EWSON WILSON,

'96 , Died September 13th, 1900.

HENRY GROSVENOR BARBOUR,

CHARLES DUDLEY WARN E R , L.H .D ., D .C . L .,

L ecturer , I 884-I9oo,

Died October 2oth, 1900.


Bbbenba to

1Recrolog~

Ho . JoHN TuRNER WArr, LL . D.,

'35,

Died April rst, 1899. REV. BENJAMIN WATSON, D.D.,

'38,

Died August 9th, r 899. '47, Died January rsth, 1900.

HoN. JAMES PHELPS,

CHARLES GABRIEL SISTARE ,

' 47,

Died July 9th, 1899. REV. GILES ALEXAN DER EASTON,

' 54.

Died December 13th, 1899. WILLIAM McNEIL WHISTLER ,

'57,

Died February, 1900.

'67, Died March 17th, 1900.

LELAND SIMONS,

JARVIS BARRY BuxToN, '7 2,

Died August IIth, 1899. '8 7, Died December roth, r 899.

CHARLES THOMAS WATERS , M . D.,

193


In memoriam JAMES WHITING ALLEN CLASS Of" 1902

DIED OCTOBER 25 , 1898

194


lin memoriam WILLIAM JOHN McNEIL 路 CLASS OF 1901

DIED AUGUST 6, 1900

195


marriag~s

Married, in San Anselmo Chapel , Ross, Cal., July 7th, rqoo, Harry M. Sherman, M.D., '77, and Miss Kittle. Married, in the Broad St. Presbyterian Church, Columbus, 0., November rst , Igoo, George Thurston Macauley, 'go, aud Miss Flora McCarter. Married, in Trinity Church, Gouveneur, . Y., September 4th , rgoo, Victor Cox Pedersen, M.D., ' gr, and Miss Winnifrerl Laura Hartley. Married, in St. Thomas' Church, Toronto, Canada, September r8th, rgoo, the Rev. Stephen Howard Alling, 'gz, and Miss Margaret Nichol Thiekeld. Married, in Central Church, Worcester, Mass., October roth, rgoo , Charles Clarence Barton, Jr., 'g3, and Miss Maud Armsby. Married, in All Saints' Church, Brookline, Mass., August 8th, rgoo, the Rev. Cameron Josiah Davis, 'g4, and Miss Elizabeth Marion Sacker. Married, at Detroit, April r6th, rgoo, Harrie Renz Dingwell, 'gs, and Miss May Swift. Ma rried, in St. Stephen's Church, Philadelphia, November sth , rgoo, the Rev . William Curtis White, '97, and Miss Cath erine Richardson Hansell. Married, in New Haven, Conn., June 30, rgoo , Clifford Standish Griswold, 'go, and Miss Nora Brewer. Married, at Detroit, Mich., September 29, rgoo, Herbert T. Sherriff, '97, and Miss Idabel Flower. Married, in the Church of the Incarnation, New York City, January 14, rgor, the Rev. George Winthrop Sargent, 'go, and Miss Anna Henrietta Scheither. Married, in Chicago, J a nuary 15, 1901, Elijah Kent Hubbard, Jr., 'g2, and Miss Helen Keep Otis. Married, in Trinity Church, Hartford, January g, rgor, Edward Frederic Burke, 'gs, and Miss Madeline Forrest. Married, in Hartford , February 13th, Benjamin Wistar Morris, Jr., 'g3, and Miss Alice Fenwick Goodwin. April roth , William M lrris Austin, 'g8, and Miss Pauline Dexter Foss. April rsth, Thomas Langdon Elevyn, ' gz, and Miss Sallie Nathalie Jenness.


'iln memoriam

+• · ,. , • . • . • . ,.

197


TRINITY COLLEGE -HIS ILLUSTRATION shows the principal building of Trinity College , 653 feet long, in the English Secular Gothic style. At right angles wHh it, on the south, are the observatory, the new Hall of Natural History, and the Jarvis Laboratories for Chemistry and for Physics. To the north of it are the Gymnasium , houses of the President and Professot""S , and Chapter Houses of the Fraternities . Below the College Campus to the east, and within three tuinutes' walk, is the spacious Athletic Field. In beauty of situation , healthful conditions of life, and equipment for its special work, the College iâ&#x20AC;˘ not surpassed. The college has distinct courses in Arts , in Science, in Letters nnd Science, and in Letters. The Faculty includes eleven professors, eleven instructors , and fh¡e lecturers. Among the Elective studies within the respective courses, there is scarcely a single important subject for which adequate provision is not made. Properly qualified candidates not c.lesidng to pursue the whole ~tudies of auy course are allowed as Special Students to pursue certain subjects, receiving certificates of satisfactory work. The Library contains 40,000 voltunes. Generous contributions of the Alumni are making possible a rapid addition to its resources. A new Reference Reading Room lighted at night by electricity is open not only during the day, but also five evenings of the week. The Jarvis Chemical and Physical Laboratodes haYe every equipment for the tuost advanced work. The new Hall of Natural History contains Biologi ca l Laboratories provided with the most modem appliances. There are about fifty scholarships for the aid of necessitous students. The three Holland Scholarships , yielding each f6oo per annum, are awarded to the three best students in the three lower classes respectively. The Russell Graduate Fellowship of $4oo is awarded biennially in the interest of higher graduate study. Prizes to the amount of Ssoo are also awarded to undergraduates for success in the work of the various departments. Two examinations for admission are held at the College in each year, the first in the week preceding the Annual C01nmencement, viz.: June 21-23. and the second in Septet.uber, immediately before the beginning of the Christmas l~enn, September T.7-2o. For Catalogues, ExaminatiOn Papers, or information, apply to the President or to the Secretary of the Faculty.

1


TIFF ANY & CO. UN I 0

S

N

Q U

N Ew

AR E ,

YORK

DI AMOND and GE M MER CHANT S, GOLD and SILVERSMITHS, STATIONERS and DEALERS I N AR TISTIC MER CHANDISE

GOLD WATCHES FOR MEN TI FFANY

&

Co .

MovEMENTS. C uTs

CASINGS ALL

SENT UPON

I8

KARAT G oLD

R EQUEST

O PEN-FACE

UPWARD FROM

$ 60

H UNTING CASE

UPWARD FROM

65

O PEN - FACE, EXTRA FLA'l'

UPW ARD FROM

I I0

H UNTING C ASE, EXTRA FLAT

UPWARD FROM

12 5

FIVE MINUTE R EPEATERS

UPWARD FROM

1 50

TIMI N G WATCHES SINGLE C HRONOGRAPHS Marking Fifths of a Second

UPWARD FROM $ 1 00

S PLIT-SECOND C HRONOGRAPHS

UPWARD FROM

DESIGNS

AND

ESTIMATES

125

FOR

FRATERNITY PI S, CLASS RINGS, CUPS AND PI S, TROPHIES F OR SPO RTS, INVITATIONS TO COMMENCEMENT EXERCI SES, D IN N ERS, ETC. HERALDIC ENGRAV I NGS, BOOK, PLATES, ETC.

CORRESPONDENCE

ii

INVITED


JOMETHINO NEW COLLEGE B 0 W S

These bows are made of best imported silk ribbon. Just the thing for German Favors. We can furnish these bows in ALL COLLEGE COLORS AND LETTERS

DECORATIONS We have added to our business a Decorating Department with all new stock and competent help. Are now prepared to furnish decorations for all occasions . . ..

FLAG 1 Being the only manufacturers of Flags in the city, we can furnish Flags, Burgees Signals, Jacks and Yacht Ensigns of every description, of very best Bunting or Silk, at Lowest Possible Prices for First Class Work. Golf Flags a Specialty . . . ..

JJMQNS & fOX iii

z Haynes

St.


A RUG EXHIBITION of IMPOSING MAGNITUDE AND ELEGANCE This is the place to see Rugs-the finest rugs , the most rugs and displaved to the best advautage. We want you to see the rugs in carpet sizes-hundreds of new ones now grace our bright spacious carpet hall. You can settle the Wall Paper, Drapery and Carpet question to your entire satisfaction here aud this is the time to do so.

ADVERTISERS in this book have a right to expect the patronage of all Trinity men. PLEASE KEEP THIS I MIND

The Hartford Woven Wire Mattress Company MANUFACT U R E RS OF

BRASS A D WHITE ENAMELED IRO BEDSTEADS AND CRIBS

Folding Cots, Railroad Car Seats, Wire Door Mats , Iron and Brass Grille Work for Offices, Banks, Etc. For sale by Furniture stores only.

HARTFORD, CONN., U. S. A.

618 CAPITOL AVE. iv


Finis Coronat Opus and the end- the completion -of the house is the hardware. It is the last detail, but should not be the least considered. The same attention to harmony and fitness for its surroundings should be paid to the hardware as to any other detail of the building. It should be considered as a part of the whole architectural scheme. A large number of stock designs of high artistic merit enables us to furnish • • • • • • •

H ardware in H armony w ith all P rominent Architectural Styles

Russell l:J Erwin Mfg. Co. New S ritain, Con n. ELEVSIS

BILLS PAYABLE llll.ONTHLY

Carriages May Be Ordered By Telephone

C. B. BOARDMAN HACK, LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLES

356 MAIN STREET

HARTFORD, CONN. v


Connecticut Trust and Safe Deposit Company CORNER OF MAIN AND PEARL STREETS

Capital, $300,ooo

Surplus, $3oo,ooo

Banking Business. to check at sight.

Conducts a general banking business. Accounts opened and deposits received s ubj ect Accounts solicited. ALSO,

Safe Deposit Vaults.

The most capacious and impregnable in the city. One thousand safe boxes for rent at from $ro to $roo per annum, according to size.

Trust Dep.artment.

Is authorize~ ~Y. its charter to act as trustee for mdtvtduals and corporations, executor or administrator of estates, guardian of minors , etc.

MEIGS H. WHAPLES , President J OHN P . WHEELER, Treasurer HOSMER P. REDFIELD, Assistant Treasurer HE

R Y S. ROBINSO

, Secretary and Manager of Trust Department vi


MISS. N. L. HOMAN HARTFORD, CONN.

93 PRATT STREEET

Brt

lEmbrofber~

Designing and Stamping . Special attention given to Designing College Insignias on Pillows and Banners, with materials for same YOUR PATRO AGE SOLICITED

GEMMILL BURNHAM & CO. fiOercbant Uaflors jfine 1Reab~ .Mabe (tlotbfng manufacturers anb

~etailers

of

64, 66 and 68 Asylum Str eet

FULL DRESS SUITS FOR RENT

HARTFORD, CONN.

P. & J. BESSE, CATERERS jfrencb anl) american 1lce (!.reams jfrencb 701

MAIN STREET

tPaatr~, (.tonfectioner~,

HARTFORD, CO

TELEPHONE II 24

WE DESIRE TO PLEASE

£tc. r

OUR PRICES ARE UNIFORM TO ALL ALIKE EVERY STUDENT SHOULD HAVE AN

L. E. Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen

The Marwick Drug Stores ARE AGENTS AND CARRY FULL LINE COR . MAIN AND ASYLUM STREETS

COR . ASYLUM AND FORO STREETS

vii


THOROUGH INSPECTION

ORGANIZED 1866

Insurance Against Loss or Damage to Property and Loss of Life and Injury to Person Caused by

Steam Boiler Explosions J . M. ALLEN, President

WM. B. FRANKLI , Vice-President F. B. ALLEN, Second Vice-President J. B. PIERCE, Secretary L. B. BRAI ERD, Treasurer L. F. MIDDLEBROOK, Asst. Secretary viii


PER FUMES

DRUGS

CHARLEJ L. HUBBARD'S

Prescription Pharmacy 40?

MAIN STREET, COR. CAPITOL AVENUE

OUR JTOCK IJ SELECTED WITH CARE AND PRICEf RIGHT CI GARS

CONFECTIONER Y

N. J. GOODWIN, M.D.S. DENTAL ROOMJ, ?53 MAIN STREET H A R T F 0 R D, C 0 N N E C T I C U T

FOR YOOR STATIONERY AND C IGARS VISIT

GEO. L. RAPPORT DRUGG PURE SPARK LING SOD A

f.

ST MAPLE AVE. AND CONGRESS ST .

E. GRAVEl

PHARMACIST M ain Jtreet, Cor. Park, Hartford, Conn .

ix


Health and Comfort Use Postmaster Pellets. "As sure as Uncle Sam's Mails"- they never fail, always mild and are sold for 10 cts. a box. They keep you in health and comfort. Knee Caps and Anklets, For the support of Varicose Veins, Swelled Limbs, Weak Joints, Sprains, &c.

Excellent Bay Rum 30 cts. bottle. Tooth Brushes-sure to give satisfaction-25 cts. and upwards. Soda and Mineral Waters on draught -always cvol and refreshing

Atheneum Pharmacy Opposite Wadsworth Atheneum

TRUSSES

c.

~

FRA K P. HEALY, PHARMACIST

tcc~~~PEING

S. GOODRICH & CO

~~

629 Main St., Corner Mulberry

1203~5nt~~t~

St.

---~~~..:_.._,~ ) _.._....-- - .....

HARTFORD, CONN .

Telephone

Made of Stout Silk, Medium Silk, Linen and Cotton.

I~ ~

AT

1019-4

~--~

_..,_ -..

_,

~-

,.

T. SISSON & CO.

DRUGGISTS CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL APPARATUS, SPONGES, CHAMOIS, FEATHER DUSTERS, ETC.

150째 SECURITY OIL Headquarters for

7l9 Main Street HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

GRISWOLD'S FAMILY SALVE X


Connecticut Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD

Cash Capital Total Assets

$1,000,000.00 4.081,895.13

SUMMARY Cash Capital Reserve for Reinsurance All Outstanding Claims et Surplus

$r ,ooo,ooo.oo I , 798,363.50 rgo,87o.62 r ,og2,66 r.or $4,08 1.89s. â&#x20AC;˘J

Total Assets

J. D. BROWNE, President

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

W . E . BAKER & SON, LOCAL AGENTS, 700 MAIN STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. xi


Summary of

E~~nts

SEPTEMBER, I9<Jo-]UNE, 1901

Sept.

20

College opens with chapel at 5路45

P. M.

First entertainment by 1904 at

6.os P.M. 21 24 29 30

Oct.

I

6 10 13 20 21 23

25 27

No v.

3 /0 13

!8 27

Dec.

7

!6 I7

jan.

3

5 12

Eager Perusal of the Bulletin Board by 1903 and I904路 Push Rush won by 1904. S.rs P.M. Tennis Association elects officers. Football season opens-Yale, 22; Trinity, o. Bishop Brewster preaches. College tea in the evening. Underclass meet won by '03. Amherst, o; Trinity, o. Rough Riders organized. Strong Trinity contingent. West Point, 28; Trinity, o. Amherst Aggies, o; Trinity, 23. Rev.]. P. Peters, of St. Michael's, preaches in chapel. College tea in the evening. First engagement of Rough Riders . Many casualties. Rough Riders at Willimantic. Fierce bombardment. Eggs and bricks. Heavy loss sustained. \Vesleyan, o; Trinity, 5路 Hamilton, 34 ; Trinity, o. N.Y. U., o; Trinity, 22. Dr. W. A. P. Martin, President of the Imperial University of Pekin relates personal experiences during siege of Pekin. Very Rev. George Hodges, Dean of Cambridge Theological School, preaches in chapel. College Tea in the evening. First Trinity German. Dedication of Hall of Natural History. A great event for Trinity. Rev. C. M. Addison, St. ] ohn 's Church, Stamford, preaches in chapel. College Tea in the evening. Juniors defeat Seniors at Basketball, becoming inter-class champions . College reopens after Christmas vacation. College catalogue issued. Second Trinity German.

Continued

01t

xii

Page xlv.


WE ADVANCE MONEY VERY LIBERALLY ON DIAMO DS, WATCHES , SEAL SKINS, ETC., ON THE BEST TERMS AND EASIEST PAYMENTS. YOU at

THAT

THE

A VISIT WILL CONVINCE

MAN IN CHARGE OF OUR

OFFICE WILL TREAT YOU FAIR AND SQUARE

THE BOSTON LOAN OFFICE 32 ASYL UM ST REET, Room

2

PRIVATE En trance a nd Room for Ladies

THE BEST QUALITY OF

the

GOAL and WOOD MAY BE HAD AT

W. C. MASON & CO.

746 Main Street

(Successor to J. J. Poole & Co. )

SPORTING GOODS

HARDWARE

BICYCLES

AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP

RALPH E. PAGE

1

419 Main St., Hartford, Conn.

T elephone 147

THE LINDEN X

j\i


LIFE,

ACCIDENT

AND

HEALTH

INSURANCE

lEtna Life Insurance Company HARTFORD,

CONNECTICUT

MORGAN G. BULKELEY, President

HOME OFFICE

Assets Guarantee Fund in excess of requirements by Comp~ny ' s

St~ndard

Guarantee Fund in excess of requirements by Standard of Connecticut and other States

SS6,092,086.oi 5,065,209.40 6,999,209.40

TOTAL PAID POLICY-HOLDERS FROM ORGANIZATION IN 1850 TO JAN. I, 1901

$119,963,152.99 J. I. HUTCHINSON , Gen'l Ace. Agt.

CHARLES E. SHEPARD. Gen'l Agt.

xi v


SPORTY SHOES AT

AVERYtS ALLYN HOUSE SHOE STORE l60 Asylum Street

"T'WO SO&..t!s WoTrl 8UT A SIN(il..£ •THou<.Hr."

P. W. Aldrich

SCIENTIFIC T AXlDERMIST "Franklin Place, off Franklin Avenue HARTFORD. CONN. BIRDS AND ANIMALS Preserved and Mounted to Order in Artistic Style. Orders sent by express will receive prompt attention. Lessons given in the art. Satisfaction Guaranteed

Prices Reasonable

HAVE YOUR

FREIGHT SHIPPED

IN CARE

OF

BILL BROTHERS CARMEN AND GENERAL FORWARDERS Furniture Packers and Movers

Office 21o..nd Storage Warehouse

46 Ann Street XV


COOI<ING BY ELECTRICITY Th e Electric Kitchen Equipment Is the modern apparatus for your home. Cleanliness, freedom from heat, portability and safe from explosions. With Electricity, a turn of the switch avoids the use of a match , flame or chance explosion , and there is no smoke, odor or product of combustion to affect the food or atmosphere of the room.

Curling Iron Heaters Nothing Can Equal tbe Electric Curling Iron Heater. It is freedom from all dirt, fire, odors, danger, etc. The He:-tters are designed to take a n y ordinary size curling tongs ; are handsome in appearance, finished in nickel a nd mounted o n highly polished and enameled slate bases. They can be attached to any incandescent lamp socket by means of an attachment plug. Your patronage is solicited at the electrica l exhibit. Entrance three doors south of Heublein Hotel.

The Hartford Electric Light Company

SPRING SUITINGS We are showing an elegant line of the newest things in Woolens o,路er a quarter of a century tailoring and up to date at all times

Suits to Order $20.00

HARTFORD, CONN.

J8 ASYLUM STREET xvi


NINETEEN LARGE GREENHOUSES IN CULTIVATION OF FLOWERS

t;artford, £onn.

THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE FLOWER STORE IN NEW ENGLAND GEORGE F . WARFIELD

LEVERETT BELKNAP

BELKNAP & WARFIELD PubliSb¢rs. Booksdl¢rs and Station¢rs 77 and 79 ASYLUM STREET

HARTFORD, CONN.

The Parson's Theater Cafe J. B. RYAN, Proprietor PRIVATE DINING

CAFE AND GRILL

ROOMS

ROOM

HEADOUARTERJ FOR TRINITY ALUMNI AND UNDERGRADUATES xvii


Colt's Patent Firearms - - - - - Manufacturing Company - - - - -

HARTFORD,

-

-

-

- CONNECTICUT

COLT'S COLT'S NEW ARMY 38 &:41 CALIBRES.

NEW ARMY AND NEW

NAVY

REVOLVER'S THE

U.

S.

GOVERNMENT

STANDARD

COLT'S Autom~tic

Machine

Guns and Pistol.r ( Brouning'.r

ALL

Patent )

STYLES

OF

REVOLVERS

SERVICE, POCKET, TARGET xviii


•••••1111111

N a county of one of our Middle Western States dwell a sect whose industry has made that county one of the most prosperous districts in that region. They are the followers of the Amish Faith, a form of religious belief which had its origin in Europe about r625. These people are distinguished by many peculiarities. They wear no buttons on their clothes. They are forbidden to sit for a photograph. They are not allowed to have wall paper with figures on it in the houses, nor are pictures allowed there. Idleness is one of the cardinal sins with them. The church arranges all marriages. The bride has her husband selected for her or the groom his bride. In making these selections the church pursues the policy of producing averages by interbreeding extreme natures. In this community there lived a young man about 20 year. of age and a girl some two or three years younger. As may be supposed from the industry which characterized the whole people, the parents of both enjoyed a comfortable degree of prosperity. They had given their children the limited educational advantages which the community afforded, but considered that education sufficient. The girl, as she had increased in years, had developed a beautiful character, and she seemed to be abo\·e her state and suited for a higher sphere of usefulness than that in which she was placed. The history of the boy had not been pleasing. He was a wild, reckless fellow, of whom no good was predicted- a rolling stone who did not seem contented unless he was engaged in some dare-devil scheme. At length, when he became of such an age as to be able to support himself, he was gi,·en some land-for in the practice of their religion everyone is bound to assist the others-and ~tarted in the right way. Now came the subject of marriage. The church, recognizing the character of the man, could imagine no better way of carrying out their law of equality than by uniting the two, and by such means attempting to lead him to a more useful life. This, accordingly, was done. No objection was made on either side. She was bound to obey, and he did not care. Trouble soon set in. Her attempt to reform him by constantly preaching to him the teachings of the church were utter failures and rendered him more irritable. He could not settle down to the quiet life of the people, and soon conceived the idea of moving into the West and there engaging in mining. He made many attempts to induce his wife to accompany him, but in vain. She declared that her first duty was to the church, and she refused to leave. Some weeks after this proposal had been made the community was astonished by the report that Matthew Wade had disappeared. Inquiry was made at his home. His wife had not seen nor heard anything of htm for three days. It was learned that he had disappeared in a similar way once or twice before. Though diligent search was made for him no trace could be found. His wife worked the little farm herself, and gradually he was forgotten. Toward the close of a beautiful summer clay some years l<Lter a man stepped off the train at the little stone station of Freemont. His appearance had excited no little interest among his fellow passengers. He was well, though not loudly dressed. His

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Hardware, Cutlery and Tools Razors & Strops , Pocket K nives & Drawin g Instruments

JOINERS'

AND

MACHINISTS'

TOOLS

Boat Supplies, Rope , Oars , Anchors, Etc. Builders' Hardware . Lawn Mowers and Snow Shovels, kates , and Hammocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

TRACY & ROBINSON 78-8o A sylum Street

HABENSTEIN HABENJTEIN, THE CATERER Of HARTFORD is known from one end of Connecticut to the other, and in fact his reputation has extended even into the neighboring states. He is to that section of the country what Sherry !s to New York, the caterer par excellence. .JJ. .JJ. .JJ. .JJ.

The Phoenix Bank Building, No.

80S

Main Jtreet

ALL TRINITY MEN will con fer a favor upon the editors of the Ivv by patro nizing the fir ms that advertise in this book

XX


Ten n iJ Goods WRIGHT & DITSON SPALDING VICTOR

GOLF

RACKETS ETS BALLS

GOODS - CLUBS CADDY BAGS BALLS

SLAZE GER SPALDING B . G . I.

GILLETTE BROTHERS Cor. of Pearl and Haynes Streets Columbia Bicycle Agency

P~rticul~r

'' Young Men ''

W

E Address the " Young Men " on the subject of " Good Attire." We are lifelong students of this subject . Among the features of particular interest to such young men are our STEIN BLOCH Ready-towear Clothes. HATS in the Smartest Styles. SHIRTS, GLOVES, NECKWEAR, FANCY HOSIERY, GOLF GOODS, SUIT CASES, TRUNKS, ETC. .JJ. .JJ. .JJ. .JJ. .JJ. .JJ. .JJ.

IT PAYS TO

Horsf~ll

BUY OUR KIND

CLOTHIERS ,

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l:J Rothschild HATTERS , OUTFITTERS


ROBERT GARVIE ( Successor to William A. Garvie )

Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter GAS FIXTURES A SPECIALTY No. 12 Mulberry Street

Hartford, Conn.

LIBBY & BLINN l64 State Street, Hartford, Conn.

STEAM., HOT WATER HEATING and VENTILATING APPARATUS

F~n

Sy.rtem

~ Speci~lty

Contractors for Heating Hall of Natural H istory at Trinity AGENTS FOR

THE H. B. SMITH COMPANY, WESTFIELD, MASS. -- ---------

SCHMIDT' & FOX

Watch makers and Jewelers DEALERS IN

FINE WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND STERLING SILVERWARE HARTFORD, CONN.

J9 PEARL STREET, NEAR MAIN xxi i


G. S. BULT,

N . B. BULL

N. B. BULL & SON 345 ASYLUM STREET Dealers in

HOT AIR AND HOT WATER HEATERS W IN THROP RANGES Plumbing and V entilating a Specialty

Tin War e and House Furnishing Goods

Telephon e 831-2

Established 1854

Chas. M. Gaines

PRINTING AND EMBOSSING C OURANT BUILDING HAR TFORD, CONN.

66 STA TE STREET TELEPHONE 245

Trinity College Common s E. A. SCHARPER,

PROPRIETOR

Caterer for C ollege Teas and Fraternity R eceptions

x x iii


<n;l]_e Qtonnc.cticut

~utual

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY EIGHTEEN

FORTY-SIX~~~

NINETEEN ONE

l m l !HERE THE CONNECTICUT MUT UAL

STANDS .;~-

.;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~- .;~-

During all the long struggle out of which this situation has developed, and amid the many schemes devised to attract public attention and favor to something else than life insurance, the

attitude and position of THE CONNECTICUT

MuTUAL has never been doubtful.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

It has held to the cardinal facts : Life Insurance is for the pro-

tection of those dependent on man's life ; their dependence makes it his unavoidable duty.

Those dependents we assume to

protect by our contract, at his personal cost; our duty to them is to make that protection as large , as secure, and as certainly available to them as possible; our duty to him is to make its cost to him as small as possible. ]ACOB

L. GREENE, President

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

HERBERT H. WHITE , Sec'y

I

}OH â&#x20AC;˘ M. TAYLOR, Vice-Pres't

DANIEL H. WELLS, Actuary

ALFRED T. RICHARDS, GENERAL AGENT ROOM

1 6 ,

COM PAN y 'S

HARTFORD

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Continuedf1'0m page xix. complexion was that bright red which tells of much e x posure to the weather. His face told of a character o! self-possession and easy confidence acquired by close acquaintance with the world. His manner was somewhat rough, but tuned down by a hard life. Such was the man who descended from the car and walked without apparent hesitation directly to the one little hotel which the town boasted. It was the same man who, early next morning, after some inquiries, made his way to a little white cottage which stood some distance up the road. He was on the p'lint of ascending the stairs, when the door opened, and the woman, now the owner of the small farm, stepped out on the porch. She started as she saw a man standing before her with an expression of amusement on his face. For an instant they looked at one anothl:'r, before she exclaimed, "Matthew!" "Why, Flora, I have for some time been congratulating myself that I wvuld not be recognized Ly you, and so might have an opportunity to play the hungry tramp act, which I can do very well." "Ah, no," she replied, laughing. "I recognized you, though you have changed very much." "Yes," he said, thoughtfully, "I guess you are right." "\Vill you not come in, anyway, and have some breakfast?" "Thank you very much ; but first I want to tell you my purpose in coming here . My mining venture has been more than successful, and I have made some money. I came back here to ask you if you do feel that you can give me an opportunity of atoning for early sins." "Matthew, I have been thinking, since I last saw you, of my position ancl duty both to you and the community. The last time you asked me to go with you I could not see anything but my duty to the church. Now, however, I see that I have made a mistake. I owed you a duty as well as the church. Lately I had become very dissatisfied with my life here, and had almost decided to get riel of the property and move away. I - " .. No more," he broke in. "I will save you that trouble. We will go away as soon as possible; but now I think I can take care of that breakfast."

RANDALL PORTRAI T URE

I I

PRATT STREET

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT XXV


Especially Recommended to our Readers J?J

a

CARNATION TOOTH POWDER JfiJ

JfiJ

Plain Words to Pla.in People

JfiJ

JfiJ

The true and only way to have clean teeth, white teeth, red gum~ and a sweet breath, is by using Carnation Tooth Powder . It prevents receding of the gums from youth to age. Carnation Tooth Powd er is rapidly taking its place as one of the foremost standard dentifrices , ha>ing received the indorsement of t he highest dental authoriti es. Us ed by a ll refined and cultured people • • • • • • • .. • • Put up in handsome met a l box e s Sold by all Druggi s ts or sent by mail on receipt of Fifteen Cent.r

O'ROURKE & HURLEY Ma.n ufa.cturers

Phb..rmb..ceuticb..l LITTLE FALLS

PLIMPTON

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Chemists JfiJ

NEW YORK

CO.

HIGH GRADE PRINTING. EMBOSSING AND HALF-TONE WORK A SPECIALTY PLA IE P·RINTING AND ENGRAVING ENVELOPES AND BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

HARTFORD a

a

a

a a a xxvi

CONNECTICUT


CLEVELAND ano TRIBUNE

Spalding's Official League Ball ano Athletic Goods i!1

BICYCLES~~

Officially adopted by the leading Colleges, Schools and Athletic Clubs of the country. Every requisite for

Base Ball Foot Ball Golf

Tennis Athletics Gymnasium

Spalding's Official League Ball

SUNDRIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

is the Official Ball of the National Lea~ue, the principal minor leagues and all the leadi ng college asso路 ciations. HANDSOME CATALOGUR of Base Ball and all Athletic Sports free to any address. Spalding's Official

S. H. POMEROY

for 19<:n, edited by Henr y Chadwick. Ready March 30, 1901; price to cents.

BASE BALL GUIDE

98 ASYLUM STREET HARTFORD, CONN.

~路 ,

A. G. SPALDING & BROS. , Incorporated New York

Chicago

Denver

Commencement Invitations and Class Day Programs SAMPLES FOR THIS YEAR NOW READY

100 Wedding Invitations, Engraved and Printed on Perfectly White Paper, with envelope complete, $7.50 Additional 1OOs. . . , _ 2.25 .

l- EADING HOUS E

FOR

MENUS , DANCE PROGRAMS AND INVI T ATIONS OF ALL KINDS

We have our own Photograph Gallery for Half Tone Engrauing

1108 Chestnut Street, Philadelp ia COM PARE SAMPLES AND PRICES

POPULAR PRICES

LEADING STYLES

P. H. BILLINGS HIGH CLASS TAILORING II

HARTFORD, CONN.

ASYLUM STREET xxvii


Hartford &New York Transportation Co. HHARTFORD LINE tt HARTFORD OFF ICE Foot of State Stre et

NEW YORK OFF ICE Pier 24, East River

TWO NEW TWIN•SCREW STEEL STEAMERS

LEAVES HARTFORD

"MIDDLETOWN " CAPTA I N , R . H

Monday, Wednesday and Friday AT s P. ~ ·· UNTIL OCTOBER •sth

HILLS

STEWARD , ALONZO H . CORWIN

LEA YES HARTFORD

Tuesday , Thursday and Saturday CAPT . , FRED H . BEEBE

ST£W ' D, J . P. MURPHY

" HARTFO.RD

,

Lea v e New York each Alternate Day, from Pier 24, East Ri\·er, at 5 P.M. From October I 5th to close of navigation , leave Hartford at 4 P. 111.; ew York at 5 P.M. PASSENGER FARES

One way . . . . . . . . . . Round Trip, good for season Rou nd Trip, good for six days

. $r.5o .

Deck Fare . . . . $LI S State Room , one way . . . . r.oo Children, 6 to 12 yrs. of age . Half Price

2.50 2.25

E. S. GOODRICH, President . EDGAR L. SMITH, Secretary and Assistant Treasurer . C. C. GOODRICH, General Manager E. B. WILLIAMS , Superintendent. GEO. C. HILLS , General Freight and Passenger Agent, Pier 24, East River, N. Y. W . B. SMITH, New York Age nt, Pier 24, East River, N .Y.

R. F. GOODRICH , Local A g ent,

o. 2 8 5 State Street, Hartford , Conn. xxviii


ion Co.

THE MASSASOIT HOUSE Springfield1 Mass. ROO..M.S WITH ALL CONVENIENCES

)FFICE

, East River

.JI.

.JI.

Private Baths

Stenographic Typewriter Postal Telegraph Co. Long Distance Telephone Writing Room CAFE OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT American and European Plan

Sundays, !0.30 to J0.30

All Street Car Lines Pass the Hotel

GREETING TO THE CLASS OF J902 COTRELL & LEONARD 472 TO 478 BROADWAY

ALBANY, N.Y.

WHOLESALE MAKERS OF THE

CAPS, GOWNS ano HOODS to the AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVe RSITIES, including Trinity, Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Colum-

bia . Unive rsity of Chicago, U ni versity of California, Un iversity of tbe South and the others . RICH GOWNS FOR THE PULPIT AND THE BENCH. Illustrated bulleti n , samples, etc., upon application.

E. P. CAHILL DRAPER AND TAILOR FINE WORK MODERATE PRICES

lOS PRATT ST., NEAR TRUMBULL ST. HARTFORD, CONN. xxix


RICHARD BIRCH 0 ~

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SANITARY PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER

0 0

9

No. 37 CHURCH STREET HARTFORD,

CONNECTICUT

When Your Check Is Overdue WE WOULD RESPEC'(FULLY SUGGEST TO YOU THAT WE'VE PATRONIZED YOUR " IVY," WE BELIEVE. SINCE 189o. THEREFORE WE THINK WE SHOULD HAVE THE PREFERENCE .

COLLATERAL LOAN COMPANY 71 ASYLUM STREET -ROOM 10 MONEY ADVANCED liBERAllY

THE NEi4REST

Fl RST -Cli4SS DRUG STORE TO TRINITY COLLEGE .;t. .;t.

J. J. SEINSOTH SOUTH END$

PHARMACY

NOS. I I TO 15 Mi41N STREET OPPOSITE:

B~RN~RD

D. 0. SUB-STi4TION,

P~RK

NO. 5

MONEY ORDERS ISSUED LETTERS REGISTERED XXX


BROOKS BROTHERS BROADWAY. COR. :nd STREET NEW YORK CITY MAKERS OF FINE CLOTHING IN NEW YORK CITY FOR OVER EIGHTY YEARS

RAIN-PROOF LONG COATS MADE FROM SPECIALLY PREPARED TWEEDS AND COVERTS . APPROPRIATE GARMENTS FOR WALKING OR DRIVING IN RAIN OR SHINE SEPARATE NORFOLK AND CHESTER JACKETS FOR LOUNGING PURPOSES FLANNELS FOR TENNIS. GOLF AND ALL OTHER OUTING PURPOSES . EQUIPMENT FOR RIDING , POLO OR THE HUNT .Iii FINE IMPORTED LEATHER AND WICKER GOODS AND ACCESSORIES FOR SPORTS THESE OF COURSE IN ADDITION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF GENERAL CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS .Iii OUR BOOKLETS COVER ALL AND ILLUSTRATE MUCH a SEPARATE EDITIONS FOR CLOTHING AND FURNISHING . liVERIES AND GOLF

WE CARRY C L0 T H I N G

IN OUR REGULAR STOCK OF READY - MADE A F U L L L I N E 0 F C L E R I C A L GAR ME NT S S U B-

JECT TO THE USUAL DISCOUNT TO CLERGYMEN

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Class and Fraternity Pins DIAMONDS WATCHES

RICH JEWELRY LEADING JEWELERS OF CONNECTICUT

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Allyn House Barber

Shop .;I-

A. G. PERKINS

Proprietor

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MAIN STREET JiJJiJJiJJil


COLLEGE p I N s

q],e Ernst Sch~ll Co. JrJ

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5 ASYLUM STREET J!J J!J

414/JiJ AND JiJJiJJiJ

DEVICES BBABB SPECIALTY

Dempsey & Carroll's Fine Engr~ving and So c iety Stationery

Elite Confectionery Department Jiliiliil CORNE R MAIN AND ASYLUM JiJ JiJ JiJ

ThE Club Cocktails .llll.ANHATTAN, .llll..ARTINI, WHISKEY, HOLLAND GIN, TOM GIN, VERMOUTH and YORK We guarantee these Cocktails to be made of absolutely pure and well-matured liquors and the mixing equal to the best Cocktails served over any bar in the world ; being compounded in accurate proportions, they will always be found of uniform quality, and , blending thoroughly, are superim to those tnixed as wanted. Connoisseurs agree that of two Cocktails made of the same m aterial and proportions, the one which is aged must be the better.

G. f. HEUBhEIN & BRO. Sole Proprietors 29 Broadway, New York; Hartford, Conn., and 20 Piccadilly, W., London, Engla nd. xxxiii


J. G. MARCH HAIR

CUTTING

~~~PARLORS~~,

No. 9 ASYLUM STREET HARTFORD,

~e

CONNECTICUT

EDWIN TAYLOR LUMBER CO. !10!10!10'.11!10!10

DEALERS IN !10!10!10'.11'.11'.11

YELLOW PINE TIMBER IN CONNECTION WITH A !IO!IOGENERAL STOCK OF!IO!IO ROUGH ant.~ DRESSED LUMBER CHARTER OAK AVENUE an3 TAYLOR STREET

OUR GOODS TALK FOR US !10 IF YOU ARE NOT USING THEM A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU OF THEIR SUPERI ORITY OVER OTHERS, QUALITY AND PRICE CONSIDERED !If '.II '.II !10 !10

HARTFORD, CONN.

~e FRANK

BARBER INK CO.

E. ] OHI'\SON, Pres.

NATNANIEL G. VALENTINE, Vice路Pres.

WILLIAM P. BARBER, Sec'y and Treas.

Manufacturers of "STANDARD" INKS ano MUCILAGE ,_ INK EXTRACTS,_ WHITE PASTE ,_ AMMONIA ano BLUEING MANUFACTORY antJ OFFICE: 166 PEARL STREET HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT '.II !11!10 Telephone Connection x xxiv


McCLUNIE DECORATOR FLAGS, BUNTING, ETC. DECORATIONS

FOR

COLLEGE

PROMENADES DECORATIONS

FOR

COLLEGE

GERMANS DECORATION S

FOR

FAIRS

DECORATIONS

FOR

BALLS

DECORATIONS

FOR

LAWN

PARTIES DECORATIONS FOR ALL CELEBRATIONS

177

ASYLUM

PUBLIC

STREET

HARTFORD, CONN.

XXXV


PUBLIC MARKET CO . ... DEALERS

IN . ..

PROVISIONS, nEATS, FISH, OYSTERS, VEGETABLES AND FULL LINE OF GROCERIES

A

POULTRY ALWAYS ON HAND IN COLD STORAGE

609=613 Main Street

Hartford, Conn.

TELEPHONE 954

R.

SPIEGEL ~................. • CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED SUITS MADE TO ORDER

... 2 KINSLEY STREET ... THE STUDENTS' RESORT .•.

The Capitol Pool and Billiard Parlors 141

to

145

ASYLUn STREET EVERYTHING FIRST - CLASS AND UP- TO - DATE STRICTLY TEMPERATE POPULAR PRICES

TEN TABLES

The W m. H. Post Carpet Co. CARPETINGS , WALL

PAPERS

AND

RUGS

UPHOLSTERY

HARTFORD, CONN.

219 ASYLUM STREET xxxvi


FOUNDED

1826

fiRST CLASS fURNITURE ONLY Modern and Antique

ROBBINs BRO s.t HAvE

You

633

MAIN

s~~FORD,

CONN.

T RIED THE

EMPIRE STEAM LAUNDRY? Main Office, 32 Pratt Street vVor ks, 286, 288, 29• · and 292 ShelJon Street They a re up to date- then, too , th ey comply with your wishes

NO EXTRA CHARGE fOR QUICK WORK

EIMER & AMEND 205-2 I I THIRD AV ENUE

NEW YORK

C. P. Chemicals and Acids, Chemical Apparatus, Scientific In struments Sole agents for JENA NORMAL GLASS, BEST LABORATORY GLASS EVER MADE

HEUBLEIN ...

BARBER JHOP A. GOULET

Mulberry Street

Six First Class Workmen xxxvii


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I n s u r ~ n c e C o m p. ~ n y OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Chartered 1863

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(Stock) Life, Accident and Employers Liability Insurance

JAMES G. BATTERSON , President

0

PAID-UP CAPITAL

I $1,000,000 I JANUARY, I, 1901 Total Assets

(A ccident Premi um s in th e hands of A gents NOT INCLUDED)

Total Liabilities (Including Reserves) Excess Security to Policy Holders Surplus -

-

Paid to Policy-holders since J864 Paid to Policy-holders in J900 Loaned to Policy-holders on Policies (Life) Life Insurance in Force -

530,861 ,030.06

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-

26,3!7,903.25

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4,543,J26.8J 3,543,J26.8J

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42,643.384.92

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2,908,464.03 !,586,652.20 J09,0J9,85J.OO

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GAINS FOR THE YEAR 1900

In Assets In Insurance in Force (Life Department Only) Increase in Reserves (Both Departments) (3Yz per cent. basis) Premiums Collected -

$3,!67,8!9.96 8,685,297.06 2,484,392.52 6,890,888.55

Sylvester C . Dunham, Vice-President John E. Morris, Secretary J. B. Lewis, M. D. , Medical Director and Adjuster Edward V. Preston , Superintendent of Agencies Hir<>.m J. Messenger, Actuary

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AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLANS

located in the business centre, corner Asylum and

T~umhull

Streets.

every. two minutes.

Electric cars pass the door Hotel Bus meets all trains

American Plan, $3.50 to Ss.oo per Day European Plan, SI.so to $3.00 per Day

so per cent. Discount on all Plate Cameras

PREMOS

WIZARDS

KODAKS

Also a Complete Line of

PHOTO SUPPLIES and ARTISTS' MATERIALS State Agent

Acme White Lead and Color Works of Detroit Manufacturers of the Famous

NEAL'S

ENAMELS,

DAVIES'

VARNISH

J. L. White & Co., xxxix

STAINS

AND

GOLD

PAINTS

185 Asylum Street


ALLEN

BROTHERS Dealers in

Meats, Choice Groceries, Fruits, Etc. 466 Main Street, cor. Sheldon

HARTFORD

CONN.

~~=~OHNSTONE~~~~

Photographer ARTISTIC GROUPING SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP ======.45 PRATT STREET'======

GEORGE

G.

Cb¢ Pratt

McCLUNIE

Str~~•

florist

Stearns Building

HARTFORD, CONN.

77 Pratt Street

eut

'flow~rs

and 'floral

D~slgns

TELEPHONE . 106 - 6

Price $60. 00 Full Keyboard or Shift Key nachines Catalogues on Application

THE HARTFORD TYPEWRITER CO. Hartford, Conn. xl


THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER IS BEST

BECAUSE IT DOES GOOD WORK FOR A LONGER

TIME,

WITH

EXPENSE THAN ANY

WRITING

LESS

OTHER

MACHINE

THIS

IS

A FACT

THAT

ARE

PREPARED TO

WE

PROVE

8:z PEARL STREET. HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT TELEPHONE 135-ll

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F. HOW A.RD TUTTLE . Manager


THE HEUBLEIN FACING

EUROPEAN

BUSHNELL

PLAN

PARK

Junction of Lewis , Welles and Trumbull Sts.

CONNECTICUT

HARTFORD

CLARK &. SMITH Book and

Job

F'INE WORK-

Printe-rs

F'AIR PRICES

HARTFORD, CONN.

49 PEARL STREET Pbre n lx M utual Life Building

K. SILVERMAN . ... Dealer in

SECOND- HAND CLOTHING AND SHOES 159 F RONT STREET, HARTFORD, CONN.

Paying Highest Cash Prices for whatever cast-off Clothing you may have to dispose of

Drop me- a postal g iv ing y our address, and I will call on y ou ••• •PROMPT ATT E NTION GIVEN TO ORDERS

The State Barber Shop FAMOUS FOR HAIR CUTTING Propr ietor, P. PUG LI SI

Opposite City Hall

791 Main Street xlii


National Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CONN .

HOMER BLANCHARD WILLIAM B. FRANKLIN

DIRECTORS jOHN R . BUCK HI<NR Y c. ]ODD

FRANK W . CHENEY

FRANCIS T. MAXWELL

jAMES NICHOLS

BYRON A. SIMMONS

CHAS. H. BRISCOE RALPH H . ENSIGN ]. M . ALLEN ]AS. P. TAYLOR

JAMES NICHOLS , President B. R . STILLMAN , Secretary

H. A . SMITH, Ass't Sec'y

STATEMENT, JANUARY 1, 1901 ASSETS LIABILITIES State and Municipal Bo n ds . . $ 208,250.00 Capital Stock . . . . . . . Railroad a u d other Bonds . . . . I ,959,290 00 Reserve for Re-insurance Bank Stocks and other S~curities . 1 ,ooS,441.oo Loans on Bond and Mortgage Reserve for Unpaid Losses 7o8,8I5.00 R ea l E~t ate unincumbered 3'I .784-94 Reserve for other c!aims Cash on hand and in banks . 287,I40.o8 Net Surplus . . . . .. . Cash iu hands of Agents . . . 348,o6S.32

• $1 ,000,000.00

2,045,4I9-76 247,489.87 25,000.00

I ,<33,879·7I $4 ,85I,78q.34

$4.85I .789·34

PACIFIC DEPARTMENT : Office, 409 California Street, San Francisco G eo. D . Doroin , Manag~r Geo . W. Dornin , Ass' ! Manag~r

WESTERN DEPARTMENT : Office, 174 La Sall e Street, Chicago Fred . S. Jantes , Gett'l Age1zt Geo. W. Blossom, Ass't Gen' l Agent Chas . Richardson, 2d Ass't Gen 'l Agent

CARD CASES FOR SMALL POCKETS

1 0 0

Beautifully Printed Personal or Busin ~ss Cards not to exc~ed 3 lin es , in fine black ink, in any style type s hown on this sheet, with Card Case, your name in g o ld Jeaf on flap, usin~ Crane's 2-ply Ivory Finish White Bristol Board, by m ai l , po•tage paid to auy address for . . . .

$1 • 00

STAMPS

A C C R P T .E D

YOUR

CHOICE IN CARD CASES in plain leather: Black, Buff, Brown, Red, Alligator, Seal Grain-all hand made and of fin~ leather. Size IX x 3~ ius. closed. Furui~ht-d

R. S. PECK &. CO. PRINTERS

AND

STAT I ONERS

26 AND 28 H IGH STREET HARTFORD ,

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CONN ,


ISSI 1901

Cb~ Pb~nix Insurant~ OF

HARTFORD ,

mutual

[if~

~ompany CONNECTICUT

li

FTER a successful business experience of fifty years is stronger, safer and more progressive than ever. All of its policies are Incontestable after two years, and have Extended Insurance, Loan, Cash and Paid-up Values endorsed thereon. We invite inspection of our new Life Rate Endowment Policies, also our Life, Endowment and Annuity Contracts, under which the Company guarantees to either men or women, when the Insured is Fifty, Sixty or Seventy years old, it will pay $1,500 IN CASH FOR EVERY $r,ooo OF INSURANCE IN FORCE . : We also issue all forms of Term, Limited Premium Policies, and Annuities, by which a person can secure a stated income for life. If you are contemplating insurance or the purchase of an annuity , we suggest a comparison of our contracts with those offered by any other company. For sample policies, terms, et cetera, address the Home Office, Hartford, Conn., or any of . its Agents in the principal towns of the United States.

:Jonatban B. Buntt, Pm. :Jobn m. l)oltombt, Ultt-Pru. ebarlu 1). J:awrtntt, Stt'Y William .H. mom, .Hsst. Stt'Y

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Summary of

E~~nts

Continued .from Page xii. Jm~.

15

Basketball-Yale, 26; Trinity, 6. German g iy en to the German Club by a few of Hartford's society girls. Freshman-Junior Banquet. "The Sophomores o n their couches gently lie." 20 The Bishop of Vermont preache in chapel. College Tea in the eYening. 21-Feb. 2 Exams. "A wailing and gnashing of teeth." Evening, the Trinity order of Buffaloes fou nded at Ryan's cafe. Feb. 4 Trinity week begins. 5 Third Trinity German. 6 College Tea given by Mrs. George Williamson Smith. 7 Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs. 8 Junior" Prom." 17 The Rev. George R. Van De Water preaches in chapel. College Tea in the evening. 20 Valedictorian and Salutatorian appointed. 2J Monsieur Gaston des Champs lectures on Victor Hu go et son Siecle. 26 Second Lecture-Prof. E. C. Bowles. 11/ar. 5 Basketball-Trinity, 20; Brown, I. 7 Whitlock Prize Speaking. 8 Third Lecture-E. S. Morse. 12 Fourth Lecture-C. F. Scott. 17 ReL F. J. Kinsman preaches in chapel. College Tea in the evening. 25 Indoor meet. 1902 wins the Gymnasium Cup. Merriam, 1902 wins the McCrackan and Parallel Bar Cups. Apr. 6 Baseball season opens-Brown, 16; Trinity, 4路 15 Easter recess ends. 17 Holy Cross, 13 ; Trinity, 12. 21 Bishop Niles preaches in ch'lpel. College Tea in the evening. 17 19

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The Edward Balf Co. ~t~uching.

~ra~ing

ant\

JErca"ating Sanl'> ant> Stone No.

2

HARTFORD, CONN.

Chapel Jtreet

"AMERICAN" DIARY PUBLICATIONS

1836-1901

1

'PEERLESS" DAILY CALENDARS

The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. Printing, Electrotyping Bookbinding, Papermaking BLANK BOOKS, PAPER RULING Historical, Genealogical, Biographical and Poetical \Vorks. Commercial, Law, and Miscellaneous Business Printing. Illustrated Catalogues for Manufacturers

THE CASE, LOCKWOOD & BRAINARD CO. Cor ner Pea rl and Trum bull Sts.

HARTFORD , CONN. xi vi


The Hartford Life In sur ance Company ==== ~ ::::=Hartford,

Connecticut======

Chartered Eighteen

Hundred

and

Sixty-Six

Thirty-four Years of Successful Business Iss ues every desirable form of policy contract !!< !I< !!< All rates and values guaranteed !I< !I< !I< Ordinary Life, participating and non-participating '.1< !I< !!< Limited Payment, participating and non-participating Endowments of various periods !I< '.1< !!< All life policies mature as endowments at age of Eighty '.1< !I< !!<Term contracts with. exclusive Jeatures !I< ll< ll< 'I< '.1< ll< !I< !I<

Ratio of Assets to Liabilities , $139 to $100

Twenty ano One-half Million Dollars Paid in Benefits GEO. E. KEENEY, Pres.

CHAS. H. BACALL, Sec'y

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SPECIAL

RATES TO

COLLEGE

MEN

Up-to-date Photography A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR WORK AND PRICES

PLA TINUMS, PLA TINOTYPES, CARBONS, ETC.

THE

FIRMS

WHO

HA V E

AD V ERTISED

HEREIN , SU PPORT TRINITY COLLEGE. PATRONIZE THEM AND CONFER A FA V OR O N THE EDITORS Iii! Iii! Iii! Iii! Iii! .tfi1 Iii! .tfi1 .tfi1 JiJ

NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL, New York City " Dwig ht Method" of Instruction Evening School , 9 West 18th Street

Day School , 35 Nassau Street

Summer Sc hool (Eight Weeks, June-August), 35 Nassau Street Degree of LL.B. after two years' course; of LL. M . after three years' cou r se. Prepares for bar of nll States . Number of students for the past year (18<)<}·1900), 775 • of whom 3 0 8 were college g raduates . The method of st ud y pursued aims to giYe the stude nt a th o rou~h knowledge of legal pri,.cipits and o f the reason s upon whtch they rest, and to render him well equtpped for t h e practice of his profession. The location of the School in the midst of the courts and lawyers ' offices affords also an invaluable o pportunity to gain a knowledge of court procedure a n d the practical conduct of affairs. Send for catalogue explaining Dwight Method, courses of study, etc. to

George Chase, Dean , 35 Nassau Street xlviii


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