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S EACH class reaches its prime, the period of its life when tiJ~ the early antagonistic form of class spirit is laid aside fo r ~ the more dignified attitude of upperclassmen, it contributes ~ its volume to the ever-growing series of college annuals. We who have taken up the task handed down to us realize our responsibility. Our object has been not merely to improve upon the work of our predecessors nor simply to make an annual which will reflect credit upon the class of nineteen hundred and five. We have endeavored to compile a book worthy of the college,one that will be a source of satisfaction to her sons and fri路ends. With the hope that we have succeeded in some degree, we present this IvY to all whom it may interest. To those who have aided us in its productio!1, we extend our sincere thanks.


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Trinity College Hartford, Conn. HIS College was chartered by the 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 communion, but it is governed by a self-perpetuating Board of Trustees not under ecclesiastical control. 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 equipped secular institution, religious in spirit and motives, but not ecclesiastical. It gives it advantages to all properly qualified candidates, irrespective of religious affiliations. The corps of instruction consists of twelve professors, five lecturers, eight instructors, and a librarian. Courses of Instruction The college offers four courses of instruction, viz: I. A Course in Arts. II. A Course in Letters and Science. III. A Course in Science. IV. A Course in Letters. The courses extend over four years. Students completing the Course of Arts receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Students completing the Course of 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 courses may be permitted, under the name of special students, to attend any class in such studies as, upon examination, they are found


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qualified to pursue. A course covering three years and adapted to the training of civil engineers is now offered to special students. 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 college number twenty-four, including eighty-two elective and voluntary courses. The Principle 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 to a degree impossible where the number of the taught is greater. Practical research and laboratory methods are applied wherever possible. The Library The College Library, numbering 47,000 volumes, is under the superintendence of a professional librarian, who guides the students in the use of books. They have also at their command the Watkinson Reference Library of 53,000 volumes, the Library of the Connecticut Historical Society, and . the Hartford Public Library with its wellstocked reading rooms. Laboratories and Observatory The Jarvis Physical Laboratory contains, in addition to the lecture and apparatus rooms, a large laboratory for work in the elementary courses, a reference library and several smaller laboratories adapted and devoted to advanced work of a special character. The laboratory has a very 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 provided with standard apparatus for electrical measurements, and has a workshop, steam engine, and direct current and polyphase alternating current generators for its special use.

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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 provided 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 biological, 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 small refractor, a portable transit, a sextant, and conveniences for the simpler work in astronomical photography. Gymnasium and Athletic Field A Gymnasium is supplied with the best apparatus, in the use of which the students are trained by a special instructor. A new athletic field, about nine acres in area, was recently completed at an expense of $ Io,ooo, contributed by friends and alumni of the college. Fellowships, Scholarships and Prizes The Russell Fellowship, yielding about $400, is awarded biennially to a member of the graduating class of superior ability, who engages to pursue an approved course of graduate study at Trinity College or at some foreign university. 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 respectively. Prizes of the aggregate value of $490 are awarded in the several departments. Expenses The amount of the Treasurer's bills each year varies from $ I77路50 to $242.50. Board can be obtained at $4.00 a ;week and upwards, making the cost of board for thirty-seven weeks, at the lowest rate,

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$ 148. 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 the southern part of Hartford, itself one of the most beautiful cities of New England. The largest of the 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 Natural History, and the Gymnasium, are tasteful and commodious structures of brick. Six of the college fraternities have special chapter houses. For catalogues apply to the President or to the Secretary of the Fac:nlty.


College Calendar 1903 September 24 Thursday Christmas Term begins October 31 Saturday Stated Meeting of the Corporation November 1 Sunday All Saints' Day November 25 Wednesday Thanksgiving Recess begins at 1 p. m. November 27 Friday Thanksgiving Recess ends at 2 p. m. December 22 Tuesday Christmas Recess begins at 1 p.m. 1904 January 5 January 28 February 6 February 17 February 22 March 30 Aprilll April 30 May2

May7 May 12

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Christmas Recess ends at 5.45 p. m. Chrismtas Examinations begin Christmas Examinations end Trinity Term begins. Toucey Scholar appointed Wednesday Ash-Wednesday Monday Washington's Birthday. Oratorical Prize Contest Wednesday Easter Recess begins at 4 p. m. Monday Easter Recess ends at 5.45 p. m. Saturdav Stated Meeting of the Corporation Monday路 Last day for receiving essays for the Chemical Prizes, the Tuttle Prize, the Douglas Prize, the Metaphysical Prize, and for the Prizes in History and Political Science Saturday Examinations for the Mackay-Smith Prizes Thursday Last day for receiving orations for the F. A. Brown Prize


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Ascension-Day Thursday Memorial-Day Monday Greek Prize Examination Saturday Whitsunday Sunday Trinity Sunday Sunday Wednesday Trinity Examinations begin Public Competition for the F. A. Brown Prize Thursday Trinity Examinations end Friday Annual Meeting of the Board of Fellows (evening) Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday Senior and Junior Standing published Monday Award of Prizes Class-Day Stated Meeting of the Corporation (evening) Stated Meeting of the Corporation and Annual Tuesday Meeting of the Association of the Alumni Wednesday Seventy-eighth Commencement Trinity Vacation begins Examinations for Admission begin Thursday Examinations for Admission Friday Examinations for Admission Saturday

September 19 Monday September 22 Thursday Saturday October 29 December 20 Tuesday

Examinations for Admission begin Christmas Term begins at 5.45 p. m. Stated Meeting of the Corporation Christmas Recess begins at 1 p. m.


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Senatus Academicus Visitors The RT. REv. WILLIAM WooDRUFF NILEs, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L. The RT. REv. HENRY CoDMAN PoTTER, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L.

Corporation The REv. THE PRESIDENT OF THE CoLLEGE tx offirio PRESIDENT ,,, + Hartford The REv. GEORGE H. CLARK, D.D. Hartford CHARLES E. GRAVES, M.A., Treasurer'" New Haven The RT. REv. WILLIAM W. NILES, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L. Concord, N.H. The HoN. WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, LL.D.'"+ Hartford LUKE A. LOCKWOOD, LL.D.:j: Riverside. Conn. The REv. FRANCIS GooDWIN, D. D.*+ Hartford WILLIAM E. CuRTIS, LL.D. New York J. PIERPONT MoRGAN, EsQ. New York JoHN H. S. QurcK, M.A. Chicago JACOB L. GREENE, M.A., Secretary"' Hartford The REv. WILLIAM H. VIBBERT, D.D. New York SYDNEY G. FISHER, L.H.D., LL.D. Philadelphia JAMES J. GooDwiN, EsQ.'" Hartford WILLIAM J. BoARDMAN, LL.B. Washington P. HENRY WooDwARD, M.A .., Hartford WILLIAM S. CoGSWELL, M.A. Jamaica, N. Y. The RT. REv. CHAUNCEY B. BREWSTER, D.D.:j: Hartford WILLIAM c. SKINNER, M.AY . Hartford The HoN. JosEPH BuFFINGTON, LL.B.t Pittsburg, Pa. AMBROSE S'PENCER MuRRAY, JR., M.A. New York RoBERT THORNE, LL.B. t New York FREDERICK EvEREST HAIGHT, PH.D.t New York *These members of the Corporation form the Executive Committee. t Elected by the Alumni (see page 13, Section 1). t These members of the Corporation constitute the Committee on Honorary Degrees.


THE REv. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH, D.D., LL.D.

115 Vernon Street

President, and Hobart Professor of Metaphysics B.A., Hobart, 1857; D. D ., 1880; D. D., Columbia; LL.D., Trinity, 1887. Chaplain, United States Navy, 1864. Acting Professor of Mathematics, United States Naval Academy, Newport, 1864-5. Chaplain at Annapolis, 1865-8. Rector in various places till 1883. President of Trinity, 1883-. (On leave of absence for the academic year 1903-4.)

THE REV. THOMAS RUGGLES PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D.

New Haven

Brownell Professor of Moral Philosophy Emeritus B.A., Trinity, 1841; A.M., 1844; D.D., St. Stephens,1865; LL.D., Columbia, 1877. Classical Tutor and Lecturer on Chemistry, Trinity, 1843-47. Scovill Professor of Chemistry and Natural Science, Trinity, 1854-77. President of Trinity, 1874-83. Professor of Moral Philosophy since 1877. Associate Fellow of the American Academy of the Arts and Sciences, Boston. Vice-president of the American Meteorological Society. Fellow of the A. A. A. S. Member of the Geological Society of France. Trustee of the General Theological Seminary. Author of "Treatise on Chemical Physics;" "Life of Bishop Butler."

THE REv. FLAVEL SwEETEN LuTHER, PH.D.

r Columbus Street

Acting President, and Seabury Ptofessor of Mathematics and Astronomy B.A., Trinity, 1870; Ph.D., 1896. Professor at Trinity since 1883. Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

THE REV. HENRY FERGUSON, M.A., LL.D.

123 Vernon Street

Northam Professor of History and Political Scimce B.A., Trinity, 1868; M.A., 1875; LL.D., 1900. Professor at Trinity, 1883-. Member of the American Historical Association. Author of "Four Periods in the Life of the Church;" "Essays on American History."


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P1路ofessor of English Literature B.A., Yale, 1855; M.A., 1883; L.H.D., 1895. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, United States Naval Academy, 1865-70. Professor at Trinity, 1883-. Author of "English Words;" "Three Englishmen and Three Americans;" "Elements of Literary Criticism;" " What Can I Do for Brady? and Other Verse;" "Outline History of English and American Literature.''

THE REv. JoHN JAMES McCooK, M.A.

396 Main Street

Professor of Mode1'1~ Languages B.A., Trinity, 1863. Studied at Jefferson College, New York College of Physicans and Surgeons, and Berkeley Divinity School. Second Lieutenant First Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Professor at Trinity since 1883. Rector of St. John's Church, East Hartford, since 1869. Author of reports on poor: law administration and prison reform; also of numerous magazine articles on vagabondage, venality, pauperism, drink, etc.

RoBERT BAIRD RrGGs, PH.D.

35 Forest Street

S covill Professor of Chemistry and N atm at Science B.A., Beloit College, Wisconsin, 1876; Ph.D., Gottingen. Chemist for United States Geological Survey, 1884-7. Professor of Chemistry, N a ti onal College of Pharmacy, 1885-7.

WINFRED RoBERT MARTIN, LL.B., PH.D. Professor of Oriental

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B.A., Princeton, 1872; Ph.D., Tiibingen, 1887. Studied in Berlin and Leipzig as Classical Fellow from Princeton. Professor at Trinity since 1888.

65 Vernon Street

FRANK CoLE BABBITT, PH.D. Professor of the Greek

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B.A., Harvard, 1890; M.A., 1892; Ph.D., 1895. Fellow of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1895-6. Instructor in Greek at Harvard, 1896-8. Professor at Trinity, 1899-. Member of the American Arch;eological Institute. Member:of the American Philological Association. Author of "Greek Grammar;" also papers in American Journal of Archaeology and in Harvard Studies in Classical Philology.


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27 Wethersfield Avenue CHARLES LINCOLN EDWARDS, PH.D. f. Pie1jlotd Morgan Professor oj Natural History B.S., Lombard, 1884; B.S., Indiana, 1886; M.A., Indiana, 1887; Ph.D., Leipzig, 1890. Fellow in Clark University, 1890-2. Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Texas, 1892-3; .Adjunct Professor of Biology, same, 1893-4. Professor of Biology, Univ-ersity of Cincinnati, 1894-1900. Member of the American Society of Naturalists; member of the American Morphological Societ_v. President of the American Folk-Lore Society. _Socio Corresponsal de la Sociedad de Geografia y Estadistica, Mexico; Socio Honorario de la Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural; Socio Honorario de la Sociedad Antonio Alzate. Author of numerous articles in scientific journals.

HERBERT MuLLER HoPKI NS, PH.D.

109 Elm Street

Professor of t!te Lati1t Laug uage aud Literature B. A., Columbia, 1893; M.A., Harvard, 1896; Ph.D., Harvard, 1898. Instructor in Latin in ;the University of Califorma, 1898-1901. Author of philological articles, occasional poems in The Bookman, " The Fighting Bishop.''

WILBUR MARSHALL URBAN, PH.D.

74 Vernon Street

Professm路 of P!tilosop!ty B.A., Princeton; Ph.D., Leipzig , 1897. . Studied at Jena and Leipzig. Reader in Philosophy, Princeton . Professor of Philosophy, Ursinus College. Member of American Psychological Association and of the American Philosophical Association.

HENRY AuGusTus P ERKI NS, M.A., E.E.

so Forest Street

P1路ofessor of Pitysics B.A., Yale, 1896; M.A., Columbia, 1899; E.E., 1899.

KARL \VILH ELM GENTHE, PH.D.

24 Summer Street

Assistant Prof essor of Natural H istory Studied at a famous "gymnasium" in Leipzig, then went to the University, where he obtained his degree, taking the highest rank in both places. He has assisted Professor Ed wards since 1901.

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GusTAvus AnoLPHus KLEENE, PH.D.

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Assistant Professor of Economics B.A., University of Michigan, 1891. Studied at the Universities of Berlin and Ttibingen. Studied also at Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania, receiving his Ph.D. from the latter institution. Worked for two winters for the Charity Organization Society of New York City. Assistant in Economics at the University of Wisconsin. Instructor in Economics and Social Science at Swarthmore College.

THE REV. THOMAS HENRY YARDLEY, M.A .

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Assistant Professor of Eng lis/~ B.A., Trinity, 1892. Studied at General Theological Seminary, New York. M.A., Trinity, 1896. Pursued missionary work in Indiana until he accepted a call to St. Mary's Church, Providence. For the last two years in charge of the English department at St. Stephen's College.

WILLIAM NEWNHAM CARLTON, M.A.

Library

Librarian, and Secretary of the Faculty

SYDNEY GEORGE FISHER, LL.D.

Philadelphia

Lec!ttr路er on Law B.A., Trinity, 1879; L.H.D., Western University of Pennsylvania; Harvard Law School. Trustee of Trinity, 1895. LL.D., Trinity, 1903. Author of "Making of Pennsylvania;" "Pennsylvania, Colony and Commonwealth;" "The Evolution of the Constitution;" "Men, Women, and Manners in Colonial Times;" "The True Benjamin Franklin;" "The True William Penn;" also many magazine articles of very wide influence.

FREDERIC ROBERTSON HONEY, PH.B.

New Haven

Instructor in Drawi11g and Descriptive Geometry Marine Engineer's Certificate from the London Board of Trade, 1871; Ph. B., Yale, 1885. Instructor in Trinity, Smith College, Sheffield Scientific School, and in the Yale School of Fine Arts. Author of "Linear Perspective," also numerous articles in scientific periodicals.


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WALDO SELDON PRATT, M.A., Mus.D.

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B.A., Williams, 1878; M.A., 1881. Johns Hopkins, 1878-80 ; Fellow in Aesthetics and History of Art in the same, 1879-80. Assistant D1rector of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1880-2. Registrar of Hartford Theological Seminary, 1888-95; now Profe;;sor of Music and Hymnology, same. Instructor at Trinity since 1891. Lecturer on Musical Hi story and Science, Smith College, 1895- ; same, Mt. Holyoke College, 1896-9. Conductor of Hartford Choral Union, 1882-91. Member of Music Teachers' National Association. Honorary Vice-president of the American Guild of Organists. Member of the International Society of Musicians. Editor of various publications.

WILLIAM HENRY CHICHELLE PYNCH ON, M.A.

Oyster Bay, L. I.

Lecturer in Geology B.A., Trinity, '1890; M.A., Harvard, 1893.

55 Garden Street

GEORGE BERNHARDT VELTE

Instructor in tile Gymnasium

396 Main Street

JoHN BuTLER McCooK, B.S., M.D.

Medical Di1路ector B.S., Trinity, 1890; M.D., College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1894.

145 Washington Street

JosEPH DEVINE FLYNN, B.A.

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Board of Fellows THE PRESIDENT OF THE CoLLEGE

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President

Senior Fellows F REDERICK EVEREST HAIGHT, PH.D. WALTER STANLEY ScHuTz, M.A., LL.B. ALEXANDER TAYLOR MASON, M .A .,LL.B. CHARLEs SHIRAS MoRRis, B .S . FRANK LANGDON WILCOX, B .A. E. KENT HUBBARD, B .S .

Junior Fellows GEORGE EMERSON BEERS, M.A., LL.B. The REv. FREDERICK WILLIAM HARRIMAN, D . D. PERCY SHELLEY BRYANT, M .A. FRANK ELISHA jOHNSON, M.A. The REv. JoHN TAYLOR H u NTINGTON, M .A. The REv. joHN jAMES McCooK, M.A .


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Association of the Alumni Officers FREDERICK EvEREST HAIGHT, PH.D. FRANK LANGDON \VrLcox, B.A. DAviD VAN ScHAACK, B.A. FRANK ELISHA JOHNSON, M.A.

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

Standing Committee THE PRESIDENT THE TREASURER The R Ev. SAMUEL HART, D.D., J.D.C. The REv. JAMES GooDWIN, M.A., S.T .B. GEORGE THURSTON MACAULEY, B.A. New England Association of Alumni Officers, 1903

LuKE A. LocKwooD, '55 w. c. SKINNER, '76 F. w. HARRIMAN, '72 P. s. BRYANT, '70

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

Executive Committee

DR. W. D. MoRGAN, '72

REV. s. HART, D.D., '66

New York Association of A lumni Officers, 1903

ALEXANDER T. MAsoN, '8r President Vice-Presidents D. MAITLAND ARMsTRONG, •5s EDGAR CHARLES BEECROFT, '97 WILLIAM RoBERT Mo~E, '7o J . CLEVELAND CADY, '6o F REDERICK EvEREST HAIGHT, '87 Secretary WILLIAM STIMPSON HUBBARD, M.D. Treasurer


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Executive Committee

LuKE VINCENT LocKwooD, '93, Chairman MuRRAY HART CoGGESHALL, 'g6 GEORGE NEWELL HAMLIN, '91 ARCHIBALD MoRRISON LANGFORD, '97 GEORGE EDWARD CoGSWELL, '97 Philadelphia Association of Alumni Officers, 1903

]. EwiNG MEARS, M.D., '58 President WILLIAM DRAYTON, '71 Vice-President SIDNEY G. FISHER, '79, 328 Chestnut St., Philadelphia Secretary Executive Committee

H. GoRDON McCouGH, '75

SYDNEY G. FISHER, '79

Pittsburg Association of Alumni Officers, 1903

President Vice-President Secretary

HoN. JosEPH BuFFINGTON, '75 GEORGE C. BuRGWIN, '72 M. K. KosTER, '87 Executive Committee

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A. P. BuRGWIN, '82

R. BLAIR, '75

HoN. JosEPH BuFFINGToN, '75 Alumni Association for the District of Columbia and Vicinity Officers, 1903

E. M. GALLAUDET, '59 GEoRGE A. WooDwARD, 'ss WILLIAM FELL JOHNSON, '66 s. HERBERT GIEsY, '85 REV. J. w. CLARK, '63

President rst Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

California Association of Alumni Officers, 19C3

RT. REv. W. F. NICHOLS, D.D., '70 President REv. F. H. CHURCH~(now of Tacoma, Wash.) Secretary and Treasurer


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Boston Association of Alumni Officers, 1903 REv.

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Secretary Treasurer

HoRTON G. IDE,

Detroit Association of Alumni Officers, 1903 SIDNEY

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Graduate Students EDMUND SAWYER MERRIAM, B.A., 1902.-H. E. Russell Fellow, The University of Gottingen, Germany HuBERT DANA GooDALE, B.A., 1902.-Gracluate Scholar in Biology joHN DouGAN REA, B.A., Yale, 1903


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Class Colors DARK BLuE ANn vVmTE

Class Yell Trinity ! Trinity! Raft! Raft! Rah! Trinity ! Trinity! Wah- Who- Walt ! Boom-a-tacker, Boom-a-tacker, Roar, Roar, Roar! Smnus Popt1ti, 'o4-!

Officers Christmas Term

Q. MoRGAN w. G. WHERRY

President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Historian

B.

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B. ALLEN

P. L.

LIGHTBOURN

Trinity Term E. J.

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B. ALLEN

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WHERRY

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Senior Class History OR us Seniors, but a few more months of college life remain. Already we are beginning to speak of "last times." Even such a delightful exercise as the mid-year exams has come and gone for the last time. The Senior year which seemed such a very long way off when we were Freshmen is rapidly passing by. The swift-flowing stream of college life will soon have carried us out to the restless ocean beyond. What is in store for us there, who can say? But throughout the years, the recollection of the happy days we spent at Trinity will always be fresh in our minds. The sunset is the fairest and most pleasant time of a summer's day. It seems to be the summing up of the day's work, of all that has gone before. The day may have been clouded at times, but the splendor of a glorious sunset makes us forget the little showers which may have fallen earlier in the day. And the same is true of the Senior year. It is the sunset of the four years of college life. And like the sunset, we enjoy the Senior year most; we have reached a point from which we can look back with pleasure or at least with complacency on the past, and forward with hope and confidence into the future. The class of 1904 has kept up a successful record during its course. We started out under favorable circumstances. We enjoyed the esteem of the members of the then Senior class, who expressed their good feeling towards us by conferring on us the honor of being the "squeezer class" an honor, it may be said in passing, secretly envied by the less fortunate. With three of the best football players in the New England colleges that year, as members of our class and of the Varsity football eleven, our record as Freshmen was quite unique. Since then we have more than kept our end up in every branch of college activity. In baseball, in football, and in basketball we have successfully held our own. Our scholastic attainments have been well up to the standard, in spite of the fact that in accordance with that charitable rule of the Faculty, one or two entrance conditions have prevented some of our worthy members from


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being ranked in official lists where they would otherwise belong. In the social way, too, some of our men have won no small reputation. But to continue to enumemte 'o4's strong points would be encroaching too largely on the pages of this book, and might be considered boastful in the Historian. Suffice it to say that during our four years' stay here, 1904 has kept well in the front rank in everything which tends to the improvement of the college and of ourselves as members of it. May we continue to uphold the good reputation of our class in the wider walks of life, always true to our motto,

Tp61tos

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Kr1'/Jla Tzpzwrarov

There is one more honor which we may very justly claim, though one in which the pleasure is mingled with sadness. We shall be the last class to graduate under that learned gentleman who has held for so many years and with such dignity and ability the office of President of our college. Among the memories of Trinity which we shall cherish in after years, none shall be dearer than the remembrance of our beloved President. The interest of the college and the welfare of the students have always held the first place in his heart, as we who know Dr. Smith can most emphatically declare. The best wishes of every man in the class of 190+ will follow him always; of that he may be confident.

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Members of the Senior Class WALTER BEST ALLEN, LJIJf

Bayonne, N.J.

Football Team (1, 2, 3, 4); Captain of Football Team (4); Litera ry Editor 1904 Ivy; Junior Promenade Committee; German Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Senior Honorary Society; Baseball Team (1, 2, 3, 4); President T. C. I. F. L.

FREDERICK BETHUNE BARTLETT, r])FLJ

South Manchester

Junior Promenade Committee; Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 1904Ivy Board; Class President (1), second term; Alumni English Prize (4); Manager Musical Organizations (4); Basketball_Team (4).

MoRGAN HYDE BuFFINGTON, IJTY

Kitanning, Pa.

Chairman Junior Promenade Committee; Track Team (1, 2, 3); Sophomore Dining Club; 1904 Ivy Board; Assistant Manager Track Team (3); Manager of Track Team (4); Tablet Board (2, 3, 4); Manager Trinity College Dramatic Club; German Club; President Tennis Association (4).

EDGAR JOHNSON DIBBLE, LJKE

Bethel

Managing Editor 1904 Ivy; Banjo Club (1, 2, 3); Sophomore Dining Club.

GEORGE HENRY HEYN, AXP

Sparkill, N.Y.

Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Leader of Glee Club (4); Precentor of Choir (4); Choir (3, 4); College Quartette (4); President and Leader ot the Musical Organizations (4).

PHILIP LLEWELLYN LIGHTBOURN

St. George's, Bermuda

1904 Ivy Board; Sophomore Dining Club; Alumni English Prize (3); Glee Club (4).

EDWARD HuGH MADDox, LJKE

Brooklyn, N.Y.

Class President (2), second :term; Football Team (1, 2, 3, 4); Sophomore Dining Club; Basketball Team (2, 4).

BAYARD QurNcY MoRGAN, AXP

Hartford

Hartford Admittitur Prize (1); Goodwin Greek Prize (1); Mathematics Prize (1); Holland Scholarship (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (1, 2); First MackaySmith Prize (2); Managing Editor 1904 Ivy; Junior Promenade Committee; Alumni English Prize (3, 4); Second Whitlock Prize (3); Class President (4), first term ;<I>BK.

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Philadelphia, Pa.

HERDERT R o ni NSON MciLVAI NE, IJl"Y

Sophomore Dining Club; German Club; Assistant Manager of Football Team (2); Press Club (College Editor) (4); Track Team (2, 4).

Washington, D. C.

HERMAN EDWARD Tow NSEN D, IJ1 Y

Class President (2),first term; Football Team (1, 2, 3, 4); Baseball Team (1, 3); Sophomore Dining Club; Senior Honorary Society; College Marshal (3); President Athletic Association (4).

Union Hill, N.J.

WILLIAM G EORGE WHERRY, tJKE

Class President (3), first term; Junior Promenade Committee; Manager Football T eam (4); Manager T. C. I. F. L.; Track Team (2, 3); Football Team (4); Treasurer Athletic Association (3); Business Manager Trinity College Dramatic Club.

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Philadelphia, Pa Salmon Falls, N. H. Pittsfield, Mass. Silverlane West Haven South Manchester New York City Oneonta, N.Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Quincy, Ill. Chatham, N.J. Quincy, Mass. Saybrook Point Bayonne, N. J


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O MNIA PARATUS

Class Colors ORANGE AND BLACK

Class Yell Bricki go-ax, go-ax, go-ax, B1icki go-ax, go-ax, go-ax, Hollaboloo! All Alive! Trinity! Tri1lity I Ninetem-five!

Offi cers Christmas Term M. c. T. N. c. H.

President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Historian

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Junior Class History ID YOU ever know our class to lose anything we really wanted to win?" once asked a boastful young student having abundant pride in his class. His auditors thoughtfully assented, after carefully considering the fact that his class seldom cared to win anything. 1905 never has made and never will make such a boast as that, because she has never had the feeling of indifference in anything she has ever undertaken. Whatever has been expected of her she has entered upon with the intention of winning, or at least of doing her best. This sentiment, showing itself in college and class spirit, she has attempted to make predominant in her character as a class. In many of her contests she has won, in many she has lost, but in either event there always remains the fact that she has done all that she was capable of doing, and this is all that can be expected of any class. As Freshmen it would be hard to find a cleaner record. In the beginning of the year she put forth a track team which held a meet against time and won the championship. On the night before St. Patrick's Day several of her members, during a bitter rain storm, put a large class banner on the flag pole, and there it remained in spite of the Sophomores until the next evening when the Freshmen took it down. But it is the Sophomore year which is the great test of any class. A Sophomore never gets praise for what he does and always gets blame â&#x20AC;˘ for what he doesn't do. The hope of glory is not for him; loyalty to his class is his only motive. When the class of 1906 decamped to Springfield the evening before their Freshman banquet the Sophomores followed a few hours later and after remaining in the rain all night attempting to raid the Massasoit House were rewarded in the morning by capturing six unwary Freshmen. And on the night previous to March 17 the Sophomore class, with scarcely an exception, patrolled the campus to prevent any attempt on the part of the Freshmen similar to what had happened the previous year. Such a display of class spirit is seldom seen.

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The chief function of the historian in former years has been to blow his little tin horn and tell of the wondrous deeds his class has done, invariably at the expense of his rival classes. But what does it matter whether or not his class forced back their opponents in the push rush, or if they crossed the goal line more frequently, or ran around the bases a few more times? Such things will be forgotten soon after graduation. When our turn comes perhaps we shall be pardoned if we boast, " All the men of 1905 worked for the college and the class, doing all in their power for both because they loved Trinity and 1905."


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Members of the Junior Class RoGER HEATON BLAKESLEE, AXP

Hartford

WILLIAM FRANcis BuLKLEY, <PrtJ

Alpena, Mich.

Track Team (1, 2); Football Team (2, 3). HARRY CLAYTON BoYD, tJKE

Union City, Pa.

Sophomore Dining Club; Track Team (1, 2).

Sunbury, Pa.

FRANqs GEoRGE BuRRows, JJ( A

Managing Editor 1905 Ivy; Glee Club (3); Mandolin Club (3). EDMUND SAMUEL CARR, <PrtJ

St. Johnsbury, Vt.

Holland Scholarship (1, 2). CHARLES FRANCIS CLEMENT, tJIJI

Sunbury, Pa.

President of Class (1 ), second term; Baseball Team (1, 2, 3); Captain Baseball Team (3); Football Team (2, 3); Basketball Team (2); Sophomore Dining Club; Chairman Junior Promenade Committee; SecretaryTreasurer Athletic Association (3); German Club; Tablet Board (2, 3). THEODORE

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New York City

Class President (3), first term, resigned; Managing Editor 1904 Ivy, resigned; Secretary-Treasurer 1904 Junior Promenade Committee, resigned; Assistant Manager of Football team (3), resigned; Assistant Manager of Basketball Team (3), resigned; Secretary Athletic Association (3), resigned; German Club. EDWARD LLEWELLYN DuFFEE, <PrtJ

Fall River, Mass.

Class President (2), second term; Basketball Team (1, 2, 3); Captam Basketball Team (3) resigned; Baseball Team (2). RoBERT MosBY EwiNG, IJIY

Peoria, Ill.

Sophomore Dining Club; German Club (2, 3); Mandolin Club (2, 3); Junior Promenade Committee; Assistant Manager of Baseball Team (2); Manager of Baseball Team (3). MALCOM CoLLINS FARRow, JR., AtJtP

Shamokin, Pa.

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Class President (3), first term; Member Junior Promenade Committee; Press Club (Athletic Editor) (3).

ALLAN REED GooDALE, f/J r Ll

Suffield

1005 Ivy Board; Track Team (2).

CHARLES EDwARD GosTENHOFER, LJI.Jr

West Brighton, N.Y.

Sophomore Dining Club; German Club; Tablet Board (2, 3); Editor-inchief Tablet (3); 1905 Ivy Board; Junior Promenade Committee; Alumni English Prize (3); Captain Scrub Football Team (3); Assistant Manager of Track Team (3).

RICHARD NILES GRAHAM, Lli.Jf

"Wood Lawn," Austin, Texas

President of German Club; Junior Promenade Committee; President of Press Club (3); Toastmaster Freshman-Junior Banquet (1); Glee and Banjo Clubs (1); Banjo Club (2).

CHARLES JARVIS HARRIMAN, qry

Windsor

Representative Yale Bi-centennial; Alumni English Prize (3); Debating Team (2); President of Debating Club (3).

CARLOS EuGENE JoNES, IKA

Independence, Iowa

Toucey Scholar; Glee Club (1. 2, 3); Track Team (1); Alumni English Prize (3).

PHILIP THOMAS KENNEDY, IPFLl

Hartford

Junior Promenade Committee.

FREDERIC CHARLES MEREDITH, A Llf/J

Lexington, V a.

Varsity Football Team (1, 3); Sophomore Dining Club; Glee Club (1, 3); College Quartette (1); Assistant Manager of Musical Clubs, (2), resigned; Varsity Basketball Team (3); Representative Yale Bi-centennial (1); Assistant Manager Dramatic Club (3); entered Washington and Lee University (2); re-entered Trinity (3).

JoHN WILLIAM O'CoNNOR, Lli.Jf

New York City

Sophomore Dining Club; German Club; Mandolin Club (1, 2); Banjo Club (1, 2); Junior Promenade Committee.

CHARLES HAMLIN PELTON, /KA

Middletown

Junior Promenade Committee.

CoRNELIUS WAGSTAFF REMSEN, I.JfY

Babylon, L. I.

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(2, 3); Football Team (2, 3); Track Team (2, 3); Captain Track Team (3); Junior Promenade Committee; Winner of Fall Tennis Tournament (3). CHARLES MILTON RHODES, A LJ![J

Steubenville, Ohio

Sophomore Dining Club. WILLIAM BLAIR RoBERTS, IJ!Y

Hartford

Glee Club (3); Dramatic Club (3); Secretary-Treasurer Press Club (3); Representative Yale Bi-centennial. WALTER BEACH SHERWOOD, AXP

Hartford

Hartford Admittitur Prize (1); Holland Scholarship (2, 3); 1905 Ivy Board. WILLIAM PERRY STEDMAN, LJKE

Waterbury

1905 Ivy Board; Junior Promenade Committee; Assistant Manager Musical Organizations (3); Mandolin Club (2, 3); Leader Mandolin Club (3). PHILIP TURNER WELLES, IJ!Y

Norwich

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Class Colors BLUE AND GRAy

Class Yell One! Nine! Noug!tt! Six! Rah! Rah! Nougllty-six! Rah! Ral~! Noug-My-six! Trinity!

Officers Christmas Term H. L. SCHWARTZ P. E. CURTISS

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Sophomore Class History N OLD alumnus was reported to have said recently, "If I can live to see the Sophomore class then I can die in peace." Such an expression is surprising when we consider how long the college has awaited our coming. All wrongs would be righted, obsolete customs abolished, new methods of class government introduced. In short the college would have reached its millennium. Frankly speaking, we are proud of our record and of our class. A writer once said that the man doubtful of his claims to recognition . attempts to win acknowledgment by blowing his own horn. We need not do this for the plain facts are more than convincing. We have acted our part in the college world as best we could and feel justly pleased with what we have accomplished and for what we stand. The class has always been for the college, acted for the college and played an important part in college affairs. Withdraw the rgo6 men from the various organizations and the loss will be most sadly felt. In numbers and quality "naughty-six" forms the nucleus of all the athletic teams, the glee, mandolin and debating clubs, the Tablet board, and of any association that represents Trinity. If it is possible, separate the class from the college and examine the record as a class. To an unbiassed observer we connot help but seem the class of the college. The members are typical Trinity men and this means a great deal. The best of feeling prevails within the class and everyone considers it a pleasant duty to respond to any such call as "All out 'o6! Push rush!" All our class teams are champions, but to rehearse their numerous victories would take too long. This pleasant reading can be found in the Tablet and the IvY. The only disappointment this year was the push-rush, a farce which the judges thought was for their amusement and constantly called ties of rushes which to the minds of the unprejudiced spectators we clearly won. In scholarship also the blue and the gray is near the top.


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But the greatest triumph was the abolition of hazing. There was a feeling in the class that as long as hazing continued the efforts of the alumni to increase the number of students would be partly defeated. The resolution was unanimously passed early in the fall and so fa r has worked successfully. The rules and traditions were impressed upon the Freshmen by means of neatly printed notices instead of by nightly applications of the paddle. In conclusion, we recommend our example to the Freshmen, who have been treated more fairly than any entering class of recent years. Next fall they will experience how difficult it is to be Sophomores and to have few friends in college outside the class and then they can say, if they do not now, that 1906 always lived up to its motto, "1rdvra 1rpor; rov ri7tzov avopa."

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Members of the Sophomore Class HENRY GRAY BARBOUR GARETT DENISE BowNE, JR. CLIFTON CULVERHOUSE BRAINERD HILL BuRGWIN, JR. WILLIAM CLINTON BuRWELL RALPH EvELYN CAMERON GEORGE DICKENSON CHAMBERS HONORE CHANDLER CONNETTE FREDERICK AuGusTus GRANT CowPER PHILIP EvERETT CuRTiss WILLIAM BARNWELL EwiNG DAviD MoRRIS FAcKLER WILLIAM SYDNEY WALKER FISKE DANIEL WILMOT GATESON JAMES HARDIN GEORGE DwiGHT WoRDEN GRAHAME WALTER GATES GRANGE AusTIN DuNHAM HAIGHT jAMES SAYRES HINE FREDERICK CHARLES HINKEL HARRY HuET ELMER MuNsoN HuNT RICHARD PRESCOTT KELLAM DoNALD ELY LAUDERBURN HAROLD BROWER LINGLE FREDERICK WILLIAM LYCETT BuRDETTE CRANE MAERCKLEIN OwEN MoRGAN

Hartford Hartford Hartford Pittsburg, Pa. Winsted Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y. Hartford Syracuse, N. Y. Huntingdon, Pa. Hartford Peoria, Ill. New York, N.Y. Providence, R. I. Brooklyn, N. Y. Newtown Woodbury Pittsburg, Pa. Brooklyn, N.Y. Orange, N. J. New York, N.Y. Grand Forks, N. D. Winsted South Glastonbury Wellesley, Mass. Bellefonte, Pa. Hartford Hartford Dallas, Texas


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Washington, Pa. Hartford Waterbury Pittsburg, Pa. Red Wing, Minn. New York, N.Y. Oil City, Pa路 Lakewood, N.J. Hartford New York, N.Y. Lakeport, N.H. Bristol Atlanta, Ga.


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Sometime Members joHN JoRDAN BoLLER JoHN FRANK CRONAN

1OHN

SILL GALLAGHER

WILLIAM HEWITT GREENOUGH THOMAS BERNARD MYERS CARL FRANCIS MouLTON

New York, N.Y. Taunton, Mass. Saginaw, Mich. Philadelphia, Pa路 Collinsville

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Freshman Class--1907 Class Colors RED AND WHITE

Class Yell T-r-i-n-i-t-y T-r-i---n-i- 1-y T-r-i-n-i-t-y T-r-i-1z-i-t-y I907/ I907/ I907/

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Freshman Class History E AH.E not a particularly large class, we are not a particularly strong class in any one form of college activity, but it is certain that during the few months of our connection with the college, we have done much for Trinity in many ways. We have no desire to run the college until our rightful time comes and until we have been taught how to manage college affairs by the classes above us. However, we do wish in every way to make Trinity proud of 1907 and to that end we have worked and will continue to work for the college and our class. On "bloody Monday" we won the bulletin board rush, and in the push-rush fought 1906 to a standstill so that the event had to be declared a draw. At the beer rush in the evening we covered ourselves with glory as hosts and with our program of speeches (entirely impromptu) we brought down the house. On the football squad we had fifteen men, three of whom won their letter and three their stripes. We lost the inter-class football game to an exceptionally strong class team, while our team was without the services of two of its best men who were unable to play on account of injuries received in the Wesleyan game. Two of our members are on the basketball team. In the inter-class series we defeated the upperclass teams and were finally "bracketed" with 1906 for the championship. Our banquet to the Juniors is said to have been one of the most successful ever given. At the time of writing it is too early to tell of our St. Patrick's Day ceremonies and to give an idea of our ability in track and baseball but those who are interested in us may rest assured that our best efforts will always be put forward when we are struggling for our Alma Mater and 1907.


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Members of the Freshman Class ERNEST CECIL BILLER CHARLES STANLEY BRYAN • PERCY CARLETON BRYANT CHARLES GARDNER CHAMBERLAIN LLOYD WILLIAM CLARKE AARON CuTLER CoBURN FREDERICK H oMER CoGGESHALL CHARLES WILLIE CoLLINS WILLIAM WHITSON CRI\BB HuGH NoRTH CRIDER GERALD ARTHUR CuNNINGHAM RAYMOND Cu, NINGHAM THOMAS CooK CuRTIS, JR. PHILIP DouGHERTY LOUIS MIL TON ENSIGN BENJAMIN HENRY FAIRBROTHER EVERETT SAMUEL FALLOW EuGENE EvAN GEORGE GEORGE SUMNER GLAZIER PAUL HAYES GUILFOIL HAROLD GROSS HART . FREDERIC CLEVELAND HEDRICK JOSEPH ISAAC KEMLER IRVING RINALDO KENYON NoRMAN CAPTIVE KIMBALL WILLIAM HENRY LICHT HENRY DE · \VoLF DE MAURIAC

Belleville, N. J. East Hartford East Hartford ·west Haven Point Pleasant, N. J. . South Norwalk Omaha, Neb . East Greenwich, R. I. Newark, N.J. Bellefonte, Pa. Watertown Watertown Point Pleasant, N.J. Charleston, Ill. East Hartford Waterbury Hartford Walpole, Mass. Hartford Hartford Hartford Jacksonville, Fla. Hartford Hartford Kenoska, Wis. Geneva, N. Y. Middletown


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The Local Fraternity of I. K. A. Graduate Members Abbott, C. W. , '49 *Abbott, J .P. , '49 *Adams, G . Z., '39 *Adams, J . R. , '40 *Allen, E. T. , '41 Anderson, A . H . W. , '01 Andrews, C. M., '84 *Anistaki, J ., '37 Arvedson, A . E . , '01 *Ashe, J. B., '30 *Back us, C. A . , '52 Bacon, F. S., '99 Bacon, J. W., '46 _Bakewell, J ., '59 *Barbour, J . H ., '73 Barclay, R ., '80 Bartlett, H . P., '72 *Bayard, W. H., '41 *Bayley, J . R . , '35 Beach, E. S . , '83 Beach, G. W., '80 *Belden, N . M. , '48 *Benton, M. F ., '58 Benton, J. R . , '97 *Bond, J., '40 *Bondurant, W. E., '63 Bowman, C. W . , '87 *Brainard, N. L., '43 *Brander, H. M. , '45 *Brandt, L., '49 *Brewer, W. L., '38 *B rinley, E. H., '49 B rinley, G. , '01 Brinley, P., '47 *Deceased

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*Harris, T. L., '41 *Hasell, B. D., '49 *Hasell, L. C. , '50 Hawley, F. M., '61 "Hazlehurst, G. H., '42 Hazlehurst, J. W., '51 *Hazlehurst, R., '41 *Henry, J. F., '34 *Hewlett, S. H., '74 Heydecker, H. R., '86 *Heyward, J. F., '48 Hill, C. H., '02 Hill, F. T., '05 *Hoadly, C. J., '51 ". Hollister, J. B., '84 Holly, J. A., '91 *Hopson, E. C., '64 Hopson, G. B., '57 Horton, P. A., '68 Hotchkiss, C. E., '82 Hovey, H. E., '66 Hubbard, G. A., '94 Hyde, T. McE. ,.. '90 *Ingalls, T., '52 Jackson, R. E., '45 *Jarvis, J. S . , '57 *Johnson, E. P., '65 Johnson, W. F., '66 *Jones, C. H., '35 *Kellogg, H. L., '36 *Ker, J., '43 *King, H. W., '36 *Lambert, D., '36 *Lansing, C. A., '66 Leaken, W. R., '80 *LeRoy, A. N., '42 LeRoy, J., '69 *LeRoy, T. 0., '42 Lilienthal, H., '86 Lynch, R. Leb., '90 Mack, J. E., '71 *Mallory, G. S., '58 Mallory, R. H., '92 *Mallory, W. H., '60

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Wainwright, J. M . , '95 *Wainwright, W. A. M., '64 *Wait, J. T., '35 Warner, L. F., '85 *Warren, E. I., '80 Warren, G . T . , '90 *Warren, J . M., '32 *Warren, W. H., '34 Warren, W. H., '90 *Waring, C. M., '36 Washburn, L. C., '81 *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 . , '81 Wiggin, A. H., '68 Willard, D., '!l5 *Wolcott, F. H., '86 *Wolcott, S. G., '47 *Wood, H. S., •n Woodbury, T. C., '71 Woodward, G. A., '55 Woodworth, F. A., '80 Wright, A. E., '8!l Wright, M. R., '91

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GEORGE PREBLE PIERCE

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THOI>.IAS SMITH MARLOR

GERALD ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM

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CHARLES EDWARD GosTENHOFER

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The Fraternity of Delta Psi Graduate Members of the Epsilon Chapter Allen, E. S., '94 Allyn, A. W., '61 Appleton, C. A., '82 Appleton, E. D., '80 Appleton, H. C., '85 Arundel, W. B. Von H., '00 Atkinson, J. G., '64 Austin, W. M., '98 Bacon, J.R., '92 Baldwin, F. T., '00 Barnwell, R. W., '72 *Barnwell, S. E., '72 Barton, C. C., '69 Barton, C. C., 'Jr., '93 Barton, P. L., '02 *Beckwith, C. M., '88 Beers, G . E., '86 Benedict, L. LeG., '88 Bibb, W. A., 'i5 Blackwell, J., Jr., '66 Bliss, G. H., '64 Bohlen, D. M., '82 Bowen, A., '63 Brainerd, J. B., '82 Brandegee, J. E., '74 *Brandegee, L. C., '77 Breckenridge, A. E., '70 *Breese, H. L., '57 Brenton, C., '99 Brigham, H. H., '76 Brigham, H. D., '03 *Brown, T. M., '64 Bruce, C. E., '03 ·•Buckingham, W. B., '69 *Deceased

Bulkeley, J. C., '93 Bulkeley, W. E. A., '90 Burke, E. F., '95 Burr, W. H., '78 Bushnell, H. E., '05 *Butler, W., '58 Cady, J. C., '80 Camman, E .C., '96 ·X·Carter, C. L., '54 *Cenas, B. C., '5G Chapin, F. W., '79 Chapin, W. V., '78 Chapman, T. B., '80 Cheever, J. D., Jr., '81 Clark, J. W., '63 Clement, J. K., '00 Clement, M. W., '01 *Clemson, T. G., '56 Clifford, S. W., '68 Clyde, W. P., '65 Coleman, R. H., '77 Comfort, B. F., '89 Cookson, F.M., '61 Coons, S. W., '00 Cunningham, N. G., '03 *Coxe, J. N., '55 Crane, R. N., '55 *Curtis, F. R., '80 Curtis, G. M., '80 Curtis, R. H., '68 Curtis, W. E., "i5 ·•Darrell, A . S., '59 it·Dayton, W. B., '56 Deal, J. A., '72


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Hendrie, 8., '87 Hill, G. H., '91 *Hill, W. C., '93 Hill, W. C., '00 Hills, J. 8., '01 Hitchings, H. B., '54 *Hoffman, C. F., '51 Hoisington, F. R., '01 Holbrooke, G. 0., '69 Holbrooke, 8., '67 Hotchins, 8. F., '56 Hudson, J. M., '01 Hull, A. 8., '66 Hutchinson, R. H., '03 Ingersoll, G. P., '83 *Jardine, H. D., '68 *Jarvis, 8. 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 Lewis, G. B., '05 *Lewis, J. I., '62 Lewis, J. W., '93 Lewis, 8. 8., '61 *Lewis, T. C., '71 Lewis, W. H., '65 *Lincoln, F. T., '76 Lincoln, G. W., '75 Macauley, G. T., '90 Macauley, R. H., '95 *Mackay, W. R., '67 Maginnis, J. H., '02 Martindale, H. 8.,'79 McClory, H., '51 McCullough, D. H., '73 McCook, E. McP., '90

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McCough, H. G., '75 McLean, T., '75 Miller, H., '80 *Miller, P. S., '64 Miller, S. T., '85 *Mines, F. S., '64 *Mines, J. F., '54 Morgan, B. T., '61 Morse, J. F., '66 Murray, A. S., Jr., '71 Murray, F. W., Yale, '77 Murray, R., '73 Meyer, H. L. G., '03 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 Owen, F. W., '84 Padgett, P., '76 *Palmer, C. C., '51 Parker, B., '93 Parker, R. P., '94 Parsons, H., '83 Parsons, J. R., Jr., '81 Parsons, W. W., '96 Parsons, E., '96 Pattison, G. B., '81 Paxon, H. C., '51 Pearce, J. S., '62 Pearce, R., '93 Peck, B. D., '!J6 *Peck, D. L., '62 Perkins, G. E., '81 *Pierce, H. H., '58 *Pinckney, F. S., '62 Platt, Chas., Jr., '75 Platt, Clayton, '74 *Platt, W. A.,'75 Potter, A. H., '92 Quaik, A. B., '02 Reed, H. P., '84 *Deceased

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*Roosevelt, F., '83 *Russell, F. G., •so Russell, I. D., '!)2 Russell, H., '84 Rutherford, H. V., '76 Schulte, E. D. N., '97 Schulte, H. von W., '97 Scott, H. B., '78 Scudder, J. A., '97 Sheldon, W. C., Jr., '82 *Shreve, W. I., '83 Sibley, A. S., '92 Sibley, M. M., '!J7 Smallwood, S. B., '63 *Smith, H. S., '62 *Smith, I. S., '64 Smith, I. T., '91 Smith, R. H., '69 Smith, W. G. W., '71 Stark, B., Jr., '79 Stark, W. M., '75 *Stedman, T. W., '74 ·*Steele, H. D., '51 Sterling, E. K., '99 *Stevens, S., '65 *Stillwell, R. M., '70 Strawbridge, J., '95 Strong, C. M., '64 Strong, J. R., '82 *Sumner, C. A., '56 Swenson, E. P., '75 Swenson, S. A., '81 Talcott, A. B., '90 Talcott, C. H., '91 Thompson, H. R., '87 Thompson, S. C., '72 Thorne, N. D., '71 Thorne, R., '85 Totten, C. A. L., '69 Trowbridge, C. C., '92 Trowbridge, S. P. B., '83 *Underhill, G. B., '73 Van Zile, E. S., '84 Vibbert, A. D., '99


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*White, F. W., '78 Wilcox, F. L., '80 Wilcox, E. P., '80 *Wildman, T. G., '57 Williams, C. C., '71 Williams, C. G., '80 Wilson, W. C. D., '93 Wilmerding, H., '81 Winkley, R. L., '79 Woodin, W. R., '58 Woodruff, E. H., '82 Wright, G. E., '74 Young, A. M., '82

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Hamilton College Columbia College Yale University 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 Wesleyan University Kenyon College Union College Cornell University Trinity College Johns Hopkins University University of Minnesota Toronto University University of Chicago McGill University University of Wisconsin

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WILLIAM HENRY LICHT

THEODORE NORTH DENSLOW

BuRDETTE CRANE MAERCKLEIN

DA vrn MoRRIS FACKLER

HENRY DE WoLFE DE MAuRIAc

MALCOM CoLLINS FARRow, JR.

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The Fraternity of Alpha Delta Phi Fratres m U rbe Samuel M. Alvord, Yale, '96 Hon. Edward B. Bennett, Yale, '66 Percy S. Bryant, Phi Kappa, '70 Charles H . Bunce, Yale, '60 George F . Cady, Wesleyan, '69 David S. Calhoun, Yale, '48 Walter H. Clark, Yale, '96 T. Weston Chester, M. D., Hamilton, '92 George H. Day, Geneva, '73 Horace S. Fuller, M. D . , Amherst, '58 John Garvin, Yale, '02 Rev. Arthur L. Gillett, Amherst, '80 Charles A. Goodwin, Yale, '98 Rev. James Goodwin, Phi Kappa, '86 Walter L. Goodwin, Yale, '97 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, '60 Harwood Huntington, Phi Kappa, '89 Rev. John T. Huntington, Phi Kappa, '50 William C. Johnson, Middletown, '94

Solon C. Kelley, Brunonian, '86 R. W. Kennedy, Manhattan, '00 Thomas F . Lawrence, Yale, '99 E . R. Lampson, Jr., Phi Kappa, '91 Rev. William DeLoss Love, Hamilton, '43 L. P. Waldo Marvin, Yale, '92 Leonard Morse, Amherst, '71 Rev. Kingsley F. Morris, Amherst, '73 Edward C. Perkins, Yale, '98 Henry A . Perkins, Yale, '96 Robert H. Schutz, Phi Kappa, '89 Walter S . Schutz, Phi Kappa, '94 Hon. Nathaniel Shipman, Yale, '48 Hon. George G. Sill, Yale, '52 Robert S. Starr, M. D . , Phi Kappa, '97 Rev. Charles C. Stearns, Yale, '72 C. M . Stearns, Johns Hopkins, '98 Rev. Samuel M. Stiles, Wesleyan, '60 Samuel B. St. John, M. D., Yale, '66 Melancthon Storrs, M. D., Yale, '52 Henry E. Tainter, Yale, '65 Arthur R. Thompson, Yale, '96 David C. Twitchell, Yale, '98 R. N. Weibel, Phi Kappa, '02 Arthur C. Williams, Yale, '98


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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., '02 Clark, A. F., '75 *Cod man, A., '85 Coe, G. J., '74 Coit, 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 Cullen, J., Jr., '93 Curtiss, H. C., '81

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*Hills, G. M., '47 Hills, J. D., '78 Hills, G. H., '84 Hills, R., '84 Holcomb, B. T . , '59 Holley, W . W., '61 *Hoof, J. L . , '46 Hooker, S . D., '77 Hooper, G . G., '66 Horner, H . A., '00 Howell, G . D . , '82 *Hubbell, J. H., '56 •Humphrey, G. F . , '85 *Hunter, C., '78 Huntington, G . S., '81 *Huntington, H. K . , '67 Huntington, J. T . , '50 *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., '62 *Jewett, P. A., '37 *Kennedy, F . , '68 Kerner, H . S., '99 Kidder, H., '92 *Kirtland, J., '70 *Kneeland, G., '80 Kurtz, C. M. , '83 Kurtz, J. E., '77 Lampson, E. R., Jr., '91 Langford, 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 Lyman, A. J . , '78


THE TRINITY IVY McGann, J. M . , '95 McKeon, R . L., '04 Maddox, W. T ., '59 *Mallett, W . P., ' 40 Meredith, F . C., '05 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, J . R., '47 Newton, E . P . , '81 N orton, G. H . , '75 *Olmstead, H., '42 Onderdonk, A. H . , '99 P age, J . H., Jr. , '07 *Palmer, N . , '45 Peabody, F. B., '45 P erry, J . B., '72 *Perryman, E. G . , '55 *Peters, W. C., '48 *Pitts, C. H . , '65 P lum b , J . F . , '91 Plumer, L . M . , '74 Plumer, S., Jr. , '97 Porter, T . A . , ' 76 Potts, F. H., '68 *Prescott, 0. S . , '44 •Preston, J. A., ' 55 Putnam, W. T . , '88 Pynchon, T. R., '41 Pynchon, W. H . C., '90 •Randall, E. D . , '!)2 Reynolds, L . G., '!J8 Rich, E. A., '99 R ic.hardson, F. W. , '84 Robbins, J. P . , '6!J •Sartwelle, W. D . , '75 Schlitz, R . H., '89 Schlitz, W. S . , '!J4 Schwartz, D. L., '00 *Decea s ed

Sennett, L . F . , '89 Sher wood, G. H . , '00 *Sistare, C. G . , ' 47 "Smith, P., '!JO Smyth, J . D., '74 Snow, A . H., '79 Snyder, E., '72 Starr, R. S., '97 S teele, T. McB., ' 02 Stewart, G . T . , '78 Stewart, W . J . S . , '88 *Stimson, L . B . , '48 Stone, M., '80 *Stone, S . , ' 80 •storm, C. , ' 39 S ullivan, F . R . , '66 T homas, E. C., '03 Thurman, A . W. , '67 Tracy, E., '55 *Vanderpoel, A . M . , '89 Van Schaack, D., '91 Van Tine, R . B . , '04 Wadsworth, L. F., '44 Walker, J. M . , '01 Warner, A. J ., '42 Warner, D . T., '72 Warner , M . C. , '88 Washburn, P. C. , '96 Watson, S. N., ' 82 Weibel, R. N . , '02 Wesley, P. R . , '94 Whaley, P. H., '74 Wheaton, C., '49 Whitlock, H. R . , '70 *Williams, E . W., '53 *Williams, J. H . , '54 *Wilson, G . H . , '93 Woodruff, F. D., '83 White, H. R . , '02 Wynkoop, A. T., '01 Wynkoop, C. B., '05 *Yale, H . A . , '46

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The Fraternity of Delta Kappa Epsilon The Connecticut Alumni Association Officers CoL. JACOB L. GREENE, Michigan, '61 President CHARLES P. CooLEY, Yale, 'gr Secretary and Treasurer Members The four hundred and seventy-five Alumni of the Fraternity in the State of Connecticut.

Fratres m U rbe Allen, H . B., Yale, '01 Altemus,' H . B. , Trinity, '04 Alden, H . W., M. I. T . , '93 Ayres, W. A . , Yale, '64 Bacon, Dr. W. T . , Yale, '68 Baldwin, H. S., M . I. T . , '96 Beardsley, E . R., Yale, '79 Bennett, M . F . , Yale, '98 Camp, J. S., Wesleyan, '78 Case, ~ T . G . , Trinity, '00 Clark, C. H . , Yale, '71 Collins, A., Yale, '73 Conant, G. A., Amherst, '78 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 Gates, A. F., Yale, '87 Goddard, G . S., Wesleyan, '01 Greene, J. L . , Michigan, '61 Harbison, Gen. J . P . (H)

Hicks, L . H., Yale, '70 Hine, C. D., Yale, '71 Howe, D. R . , Yale, '74 Hyde, W. W. , Yale, '76 Ingalls, Dr. P. H., Bowdoin, '77 Knight, F. H., Amherst, '83 Matson, W. L . , Yale, '62 Parker, Rev. E. P., Bowdoin, '56 Pattison, Rev. Harold, Rochester, '92 Plimpton, H. D., Trinity, '97 Pratt, W. W., Adelbert, '85 Prentice, Hon. S. 0., Yale, '73 Robbins, E. D., Yale, '74 Rowley, A. M., Amherst, '95 Ryce, L. C., Yale, S., '86 Smiley, E . H . , Colby, '75 Smith, E. H., Yale, '01 Starr, Dr. P. S., Yale, '60 _,. St. John, W. H., Yale, '91 Taylor, J. M . , Williams, '67 Tucker, J. D., Yale, '61 Way, C. L., Yale, '85 Welch, A . A., Yale, '82 Williams, Rev. H. D . , Amherst, '91 Woodman, Charles, Colby, '98


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GEN. JoHN P. HARBISON Cowles, A. W., '81 Crabtree, A., '92 Danker, W. S., '97 *Dauchey, N. F., '85 Davis, C. J., '94 Deuel, C. E., '87 Eastman, R. C., '88 Fleming, D. L., '80 Forrester, H. T., '01 Foss, F. H., '01 French, G. H., '92 ''fGoodrich, W. S., '82 Graff, H. A., '86 Grint, A. P., '81 Griswold, C. S., '90 Hall, G., '92 Hamilton, C. A., '82 Hammond, 0. G., '92 Holden, S. M., '82 Hopkins, L. A., '97 Horne, C. A., '93 Hubbard, W. S., '88 Humphries, H. R., '94 Humphries, A. G., '04 Jewett, D. B., '00 Johnson, C. A., '92 Johnson, E. C., 2d, '88 Johnson, F. F., '94 Leaf, E. B., '85 Lecour, J. H., '98 Leonard, L. L., '96 Linsley, A. B., '82 Loomis, H. B., '85 Lord, J. W. , '98


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Vol. 32 Stoddard, S., '94 Strong, A. W., '94 Strong, C. H., '01 Stuart, A. R., Jr., '88 Stuart, W. C., '88 Thurston, T. P., '91 *Tomlinson, S. L., '00 Walker, W. D., '82 Warner, W. A., '99 *Waters, C. T., '87 Weed, A. H., '02 Weed, C. F., '94 Wharton, W. P., '01 Wheeler, F. M., '83 Wildman, W. B., '98 Willcox, R. N., '99 Williams, F. G., '89 Wilson, H. D., '01 Wright, A. H., '83 Wright, B., '89 Wright, G. H., '91 Wright, W. G., '91 Wright, F. A., '94


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Roll of Chapters Theta Delta Beta Sigma Gamma Zeta L ambda Kappa Psi Xi Upsilon Iota Phi Pi Chi Beta Beta Eta T au Mu Rho Omega Alpha

Union College N ew York University Yale University Brown University Am herst College Dartmouth College Col umbia College Bowdoin College Hamilton College Wesleyan University University of Rochester Kenyon College University of Michigan Syracuse University Cornell University Trinity College Lehigh University University of Pennsylvania University of Minnâ&#x201A;Źsota University of Wisconsin University of Chicago University of California


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CHARLES JARVIS HARRIMAN

MoRGAN HYDE BuFFINGTON

GEORGE BosTON McCuNE

HILL BURGWIN, JR.

HERBERT

FREDERICK HoMER CoGGESHALL

MORRIS SHALLCROSS PHILLIPS

ROBINSON MciLVAINE

PHILIP EvERETT CuRTISS

WILLIAM BLAIR RoBERTS

RoBERT MosBY EwiNG

CoRNELIUs WAGSTAFF REMSEN

WILLIAM BARNWELL EwiNG

HERMAN EDwARD TowNSEND

\VILLIAM SYDNEY WALKER FISKE

CHARLES DIGBY WARDLAw

WALTER TABER GRANGE

PHILIP TURNER WELLES

Fratres in Urbe James P. Andrews, Beta, '77 Rt. Rev. Chauncey B. Brewster, Beta, '68 Hon . John H . Buck, Beta, '91 Hon. John R. Buck, Xi, '62 Clarendon C. Bulkely, Beta Beta, '75 Philip D . Bunce, M.D. , Beta, '88 Charles W. Burpee, Beta, '83 E. W. Capen, Gamma, '94 William S . Case, Beta, '85 Albert St. Clair Cook, Beta, '89 William H . Corbin, Beta, '89 G . Pierrepont Davis, M.D., Beta, '66 J . H. Kelso Davis, Beta Beta, '99 John C. Day, Beta, '57 Louis N . Denniston, Xi, '02 Leonard A . Ellis, Beta Beta, '98 Charles E. Fellows, Beta, '56 Rev. Prof. Henry Ferguson, Beta Beta, '68 Samuel Ferguson, Beta Beta, '96 George H. Gilman, Beta, '90 T. Welles Goodridge, Beta Beta, '92 L. E . Gordon, Xi, '90 Wilbur F. Gordy, Xi, '70 Hon. Wm. Hamersley, LL. D., Beta Beta, '58 Hon . Joseph R. Hawley, LL.D., Psi, '47 R. W. Huntington, Beta, '89

Prof. Charles F . Johnson, Beta, '55 W. MeA. J ohnson, Beta Beta, '98 Frank E. Johnson, Beta Beta, '84 Anson T. McCook, Beta Beta, '02 Prof. A. R . Merriam, Beta, '77 Charles Shiras Morris, Beta Beta, '96 John J. Nairn, Beta, '80 Francis Parsons, Beta, '93 Arthur Perkins, Beta, '87 Edward L. Pollock, Beta, '84 Henry Roberts, Beta, '77 Henry S. Robinson, Beta, '89 John T. Robinson, Beta, '93 Lucius F. Robinson, Beta, '85 Ed ward W. Robinson, Beta Beta, '96 E. F. Sanderson, Gamma, '96 George H. Seyms, Beta Beta, '72 Henry P. Schauffier, Gamma, '93 Forrest Shepherd, Beta, '92 Arthur L. Shipman, Beta, '86 Lewis E. Stanton, Beta, '55 James U . Taintor, Beta, '66 Franklin H. Taylor, Xi, '84 James R. Turnbull, Beta, '92 Rev. Joseph H . Twichell, Beta, '59 Edgar F. Waterman, Beta Beta, '98 Lewis S . Welch, Beta, '89 Charles G. Wood ward, Beta Beta, '98 P. Henry Woodward, Beta, 55


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The Fraternity of Psi Upsilon Graduate Members of the Beta Beta Chapter *Alexander, H. W., '57 •Backus, B. E . , '70 · Bailey, M. K., '70 · Baldwin, L. B., '60 · Barbour, H. M . , '70 •Barbour, H. G., '96 · Beardsley, W. A . , '87 *Beaupillier, A. L., '56 *Beckwith, J. W., '52 · Bellamy, R. B . , '01 · Bellamy, A. M., '03 *Benedict, S., '47 · Benjamin, W . H., '57 •Betts, J. H . , '44 · Birckhead, J. B., '94 *Birckhead, W. H., '61 •Bishop, H., '61 ·Blair, W. R., '75 · Bolles, E. C., '55 •Bostwick, H. P., '46 •Bostwick, W. L., '51 · Bowdish, J. T., '73 *Bowles, J. H., '60 · Boylston, C. W., '78 · Brady, R . McC., '90 Bredin, W. S., '80 ·Brewort, E. R., '68 *Brewer, A. L., '53 *Bridge, J., '47 · Bnnley, G. M., '88 · Brinton, P. H. M.P., '04 •Bronson, M., '52 · Broughton, C. DuB., '95 *Brown, T. M., '50 *Deceased

· Brown, J. E., '83 -Brundage, R. B., '78 · Buffington, J., '75 · Buffington, 0., '79 · Bulkley, C. C., '75 · Bulkley, W. H . , '73 ·Bull, F. S., '91 · Bull, W. A., '91 *Bull, A. B., '59 · Burgwin, C. C. , '72 · Burg win, J. H. K., '77 Burgwin, A. P., '82 · Burke, E . N., '76 · Burrage, F. S., '95 •Cady, D. K . , '55 · Cammann, D. M., '72 · Campbell, R. M., '78 · Carpenter, C. , '82 Carpenter, H . B., '03 Carpenter, S. B., '73 · Carter, H. S . , '60 · Chase, H. R., '72 Child, C. G . , '86 Child, E. N., Jr., '85 *Clark, G., '70 *Clerc, C. M . , '45 Clerc, J. F., '43 Coggeshall, M. H., '06 Coleman, C. S., '82 *Collins, J. B. J., '74 •Colt, W. U., '44 · Cook, S. W., '02 · Corson, D. S., '99 *Cotton, D. P., '71

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Cotton, H. E., '74 · Craik, C. E., '74 · Crawford, J. W. R., '88 *Crosby, W. L., '80 · Cummins, A. G., '51 *Cunningham, J. R., '85 *Dashiell, E. F., '46 · Davis, J. H. K., '99 *Dayton, M. B., '63 *Dewey, D. P., '64 · Dickerson, E. N., Jr., '74 · Dockray, E. L., '83 Douglas, G. W., '71 · Douglas, A. E., '89 *Douglas, M., '46 · Downes, L. W., '88 · Drayton, W., '71 • 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., '81 · Elwyn, T. L., '92 *Ely, J. F., '64 · Emery, R., '54 · Emery, W. S., '81 · Everest, C. S ., '71 Ferguson, E. M., '59 · Ferguson, H., '68 *Ferguson, J. D., '51 *Ferguson, S., '57 · Ferguson, W., '63 · Ferguson, W., Jr., '93 · Ferguson, S., '96 · Fiske, W. D., '00 · Fiske, G. McC., '70 Fiske, R., '01 *Flower, Samuel, '45 *Fogg, T. B., '52 · Fowler, F. H., '61 *Deceased

· French, G. A., '89 . French, L., '53 · Frye, P. H., '89 · Gage, A. K., '96 . Gage, W. H., '!l6 · Gallaudet, E. M., '56 Gardiner, E. R., '56 · Garvin, J. P., '03 George, J. F., '77 George, J. H., '72 · George, T. M. N., '80 Giesy, S . H., '85 *Gilman, G. S., '47 · Golden, H . L., '83 Golden, H. C. , '03 "Goodrich, A . B., '52 · Goodrich, E. B., '02 Goodrich, J. B., '66 · Goodridge, E., '60 · Goodridge, E., Jr., '02 *Goodridge, F., '57 · Goodridge, T. W., '92 · Gould, C. Z., '82 *Greene, F. H., '82 · Greene, G., '83 Green, H. D., '99 *Green, V., '60 · Greenley, H. T., '94 *Gregory, H. M., '56 · Gwinn, F. W., '72 *Hall, S., '54 · Hamersley, W., '58 *Harriman, F. D., '45 · Harriman, F. W., '72 *Hart, G., '70 · Hart, S., '66 Hartley, G. D., '93 · Hayden, C. C., '66 *Hermann, S., '57 *Hewitt, S. G . , '77 · Hickox, G. A., '51 Hicks, G. C., '56 Hicks, J. M., '54

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*Hicks, W. C. , '48 · Hicks, W. C. , J r., '91 · Hicks, DeF., '96 *Hitchcock, W. A . , '54 · Hitchcock, W. H . , '84 *Hoff, H . , '82 · Holway, 0., '80 Hubbard, E. K . , J r ., '92 · Hubbard, L. D eK. , '93 · Hudson, R . , '71 ·*Hugg, G. W. , '62 · Hurd, A . D . , '77 "·Hurd, J. D . , '74 · Husband, C. H . , '89 Hyde, E. M., '73 H yde, F . B., '98 I ngalls, F . C., '99 *I sbell, C . M . , '63 *J ackson, A ., '60 *J ackson, W. A ., '83 ·*J ohnson, E . E ., '59 · J ohnson, F. E., '84 · J ohnson, G. D . , '54 · J ohnson, J. MeA. , '03 *J ohnson, S . W., '81 • J ohnson, F. F . , '94 · J ohnson, W. MeA. , '98 · J ones, C. W., '81 · Jones, E. P., ' J r . , '77 · J ones, W. N., '88 «·K e lley, J. , '44 · Kempe, E. A., '81 · Kendal, G. T . , '90 · Kennett, L . M . , '70 • Kissam, E. V . B., '69 *Kittredge, A. S . , '57 Kloppenburg, H. W. , '58 *Knickerbacker, D . B., '53 Kramer, F. F . , '89 *Krumbhaar, W. B., '55 · Lanpher, L. A . , '80 · Larchar, J . W., '03 *Leffingwell, C. S . , '54 *Deceased

· L effingwell, E . DeK. , '95 L ewis, G. F., '77 · L indsley, C. A., '49 · Lobdell, F. D . , '85 ·*L ong, W., '43 · Loveridge, D . E., '50 ·X·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 . , '56 · McCook, A . T., '02 · McCook, P. J., '95 *McCook, G. S., '97 . McCrackan, J . H . , '82 · McCrackan, W. D., '85 • Mcil vaine, H. R . , '04 Mcilvaine, J. G., '00 · Mc i vor, N . W. , '82 · Mears, J. E . , '58 Morgan , S . St. J ., '03 Morris, B. W., 'Jr. , '93 · Morris, C. S., '96 · Morris, F., '64 *Morris, J . H., '45 · Mowe, W. R . , '70 *Neely, A . D . , '85 · Neely, H . R . , '84 · Nichols, W. F., '70 ·Nichols, J. W., '99 · Nichols, W. M., '01 Ni les, W. W., '57 Niles, E. C., '87 · Niles, W. P., '93 · Oberly, H . H . , '65 · Olmstead, C. T . , '65 ·*Olmstead, H . K., '46 · Owen, H. C., '99 *Paddock, B. H., ' 48 *Paddock, J. A., '45 · Paddock, L . S., '50

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· Paddock, L. H., '88 · Paddock, R. L., '94 ·Paris, I., Jr., '76 · Parker, C. P., '73 · Parrish, H., '91 · Patison, A. E., '80 · Pelton, H. H., '93 · Penfield, W. D., '62 *Pettitt, W. F., '46 · Phillips, C. W., '71 *Polk, A. H., ' 53 *Pond, C. M., '58 · Potwine, W. E., '79 · Pressey, E. A., '92 · Pressy, W., '90 *Preston, T. S., '43 · Purdy, E. L., '84 *Purdy, J. S., '49 · Raftery, 0. H., '73 · Raud1e, C. G., '05 · Rankin, G. D., '03 · Rankin, M. I., '04 · Remsen, H. R., '98 · Rhinehart, E. J., '76 Roberts, B. C., '95 *Roberts, W. J., '75 Robinson, E. W., '96 · Rogers, L. W., '91 Rogers, W. E., '77 · Rudd, H. H., '01 iC·Rudder, W., '48 · Saltus, R. S., '92 · Saltus, L., '87 · Sargeant, G. W., '90 · Scarborough, J., '54 · Scott, E. N., '89 *Scott, J. T., '91 · Scott, W. G., '88 Sexton, T. B., '60 *Seymour, C. H., '52 · Seyms, G. H., '72 *Shaw, J. P. C., '71 · Sherman, S., '50 *Deceased

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· Short, W. S., '83 • Shreve, B. F. H., '78 · Smith, C. B., '54 *Spencer, W. G., '53 · Stanley, G. M., '68 · Stanley, J. D., '77 · Stedman, T. L., '74 .,.Steele, 0. R., '53 *Sterling, J. C., '44 · Stocking, C. H. W., '60 · Stoddard, E. V., '60 · Stoddard, J., '71 · Storrs, L. K., '63 · Stotsenberg, J. H., '05 · Stout, J. K., '70 *Studley, W. H., '50 · Sullivan, E. T., '89 · Sutton, MeW. B. E., '90 *Syle, H. W., '67 · Syle, L. D., '79 · Taylor, E. B., '73 · Taylor, E. P., '00 · Taylor, J. P., '43 · Taylor, J.P. W., '02 -Tibbits, W. B:, '61 · Tibbits, C. H., '87 · Tingley, G. C., '52 · Travers, E. S., '98 *Tremaine, C. H. B., '66 *Truby, J. M., '70 · Trumbull, W. S., '03 ' Tullidge, E. K., '76 ·Tuttle, R. C., '89 *Tuttle, R. H., '46 · Upson, A. I., '88 ·Valentine, W. A., '72 · VanDeWater, A. R., '01 *Van Nostrand, C. A., '77 *Vincent, S., '58 ·Wakefield, J. B., '46 · Warner, B. E., '76 ·*Warren, S. B., '59 ·Waterman, E. F., '08


THE TRINITY IVY . Waterman, F. E., '01 · Webb, W. R . , '78 · Webster, L., '80 fWebster, W. H., '61 tWelles, H. T., '43 . Welles, L. H., '64 ·Wheeler, W. H., '02 ·Whitcome, F. B., '87 ·Whitney, H. E., '74 · Williams, J., '90 fDeceased

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The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta Founded in 1848 at Washington and Jefferson College

Roll of Chapters Omega Mu Iota Mu Pi Iota Pi Rho Delta Nu Alpha Chi Tau Alpha Nu Deutereon Omega Upsilon Nu Upsilon Theta Psi Kappa Nu Chi Sigma Nu Beta Sigma Deuteron Beta Chi Beta Mu Delta Xi Gamma Phi Omicron Beta Deuteron Delta Deuteron Zeta Deuteron Rho Chi Alpha Pi Rho Deuteron Xi Deuteron Lambda Deuteron Sig ma

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Ohio State University Ohio Wesleyan University Indiana University DePauw University Hanover College Wabash College Purdue University University of Tennessee Bethel College University of Alabama University of Texas Illinois Wesleyan University Knox College University of Illinois University of Michigan University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota University ot Chicago William Jewell College University of Missouri . Kansas University University of Nebraska University of California University of Washington

The Tau Alpha Chapter â&#x20AC;˘

Active Members FREDERICK BETHUNE BARTLETT

BENJAMIN

WILLIAM FRANCIS BULKLEY

EuGENE EvAN

EDMUND SAMUEL CARR

JAMES HARDIN GEORGE, JR.

CHARLES GARDNER CHAMBERLAIN

ALLEN REED GooDALE

GEORGE DICKENSON

CHAMBERS

LLOYD WILLIAM CLARKE CHARLES WILLIE

COLLINS

HENRY FAIRBROTHER GEORGE

HuBERT DANA GooDALE PAUL HENRY GUILFOIL PHILIP THOMAS KENNEDY

PHILIP DouGHERTY

FRANK MELVIN RATHBONE

EDwARD LLEWELLYN DuFFEE

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The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta F ratres in U rbe Clifford B. Brainard, Nu Deuteron, '98 Irving E. Brainard, Nu Deuteron, '01 R. J. Clapp, Pi Iota, '93 James N . H. Campbell, Nu Deuteron, '03 Carl W. Davis, Nu Deuteron, '02 Joseph D. Flynn, Tau Alpha, '97 James W. Gunning, Tau Alpha, '96

Frederick T. Jarman, Nu Deuteron, '02 Arthur B. Kellogg, Mu Epsilon, '90 Kenneth E . Kellogg, Omega, '93 Edgar C. Lynn, Pi, '86 G. C. Loderstrom, Omicron Mu, '04 E. A. Stillman, Nu Deuteron, '03

Graduate Members of the Tau Alpha Chapter Backus, Harold S., '02 Baker, Edwin L., '05 Benton, Sanford I., '97 Bordley, Madison B., '95 Brown, Frank S., '04 Buell, Joseph H., '96 Beldon, Louis I., '94 Clarke, Philip S., '03 Conklin, William E., '93 Cronan, John F., '06 Eaton, Robert LeR., '05 Falkner, Clark T., '03 Fenning, K. Herbert, '03 Flynn, Joseph D., '97 Glenney, Robert, '04 Gunning, James W., '96 Hagenon, Leroy K . , '96 Higginbotham, Fred A., '02 Howe, Harry L., '02 Hyde, William S., '02 Judd, Charles, '03 Kelley, Arthur P., '01

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Langdon, George F., '96 Laubenstein, Jacob A., '02 Loomis, Norman M., '90 Mason, Edward J. K., '01 Monagan, Charles A., '93 Miller, Arthur F., '95 Maguire, Samuel W., '95 Merwin, Albert D., '98 Nolan, Henry J . , '05 Owens, Michael F., '05 Smith, Clarence A., '99 Smithe, Percival S., '99 Street, Charles H., '97 Toll, Herman E., ' 97 Vanderbogart, Hervey B., '03 Veitch, James R., '03 Wedge, Alfred H., '95 White, William C., '97 Wood, Clifford K., '00 Wood, Percival M., '97 Yeomans, Raymond S., '99 Young, Frank R., '95


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The Fraternity of Alpha Chi Rho Founded in 1895 at Trinity College

Roll of Chapters Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi

Trinity College Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn University of Pennsylvania Columbia University Lafayette College

Psi Chi Phi Omega Alpha

The Phi Psi Chapter Active Members GEORGE HENRY HEYN

ERNEST

BAYARD

CLIFTON

QurNcY MoRGAN

VVALTER BEACH SHERWOOD

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HARRY SHERMAN SMART

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VVrLFRED EvERARD RoAcH

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The Fraternity of Alpha Chi Rho Fratres in Urbe 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 V. F . Morgan, Phi Psi, '99 A. C. Hall.: Phi Psi, ex '00

E. L. Simonds, Psi Psi, '00 Rev. R. H. Scott, Phi Psi (h) F. R . Sturtevant, Phi Psi, ' 01 E . H . : Lorenz, Phi Psi, ' 02 Karl P. Morba, Phi Psi, '02

Graduate .Members of the Phi Psi Chapter Addis, Emmett, '99 Arnott, Alexander, '00 Beach, Carroll Charles, '96 Benson, Lloyd Raeburn, '99 Blakeslee, Henry J ones, '98 Brines, 'M oses James, '00 Buck, Frederick Earle, '98 Buckley, Frederick Dashiels (h '84) ~ Burbank, George Graham, '01 Carson, Edwin Schively, ex '02 Cleasby, Harold Loomis, '99 Colloque, Orrok Paul, '99 Craig, Ora Wilfred, '03 Crane, Joseph Baird, '02 Derby, Aubrey Henry, '01 Eardley, William Applebie, '96 Ensign, Frank Howard, Jr., ex '04 Gooden, Robert Buston, '02 Hall, Amasa Clark, ex '00 Hastings, Francis Horner, '96 Henderson, James, '02 Henry, Charles William, '99 Holden, George Herbert, '02 Kurth, Karl Franz Frederick, ex '00 Lorenz, Edward Henry, '02 McElwain, Frank Arthur, '99 Moore, George Seymour, ex '04 Morba, Karl Philip, '02 Morgan, Victor Forrest, '99 *Deceased

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Morehouse, Frank Stephen, '01 Rice, Harry Landon, '99 Richmond, Denison, ex '00 Rogers, Edgar Martin, '02 Rouse, William Herman, '96 Sayres, Homer Stuart, ex '06 Scott, R. H . (h) Sherriff, Herbert Thomas, '97 Simonds, Ernest Leon, '00 Smart, Charles Thomas, '00 Stacey, Everett Eugene, ex '01 Steward, Marshall Bowyer, '02 Sturtevant, Albert Morey, '98 Sturtevant, Francis Raymond, '01 Thurber, Christopher Carson, ex '03 Tracy, Ellsworth Morton, '00 Tuke, Charles Ed ward, '02 Van Meter, Allen Reshell, '99 Van Weelden, Harold Clifton, '03 Wales, James Albert, ' 01 Walker, John White, '02 Walker, Millidge Penderell (h) Walker, Robert (h '91) *walker, William Taylor, '97 Wallace, William Seward Wyman, ex '05 Ziegler, Carl Gottlob, '97 Ziegler, Howard Bell, ex '03 Ziegler, Paul (h, '72)


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Phi Beta Kappa Founded in 1776 at William and Mary College

Roll of Chapters Alpha of Maine Beta of Maine Alpha of New Hampshire Alpha of Vermont Beta of Vermont Alpha of Massachusetts Beta of Massachusetts G-amma of Massachusetts Delta of Massachusetts . Epsilon of Massachusetts Alpha of Rhode Island Alpha of Connecticut Beta of Connecticut . Gamma of Connecticut Alpha of New York . Beta of New York Gamma of New York Delta of New York Epsilon of New York Zeta of New York l<~ta of New York Theta of New York Iota of New York Kappa of New York Lambda of New York Mu of New York Alpha of New Jersey Beta of New Jersey Alpha of Pennsylvania Beta of Pennsylvania Gamma of Pennsylvania Delta of Pennsylvania

Bowdoin College Colby College Dartmouth College University of Vermont Middlebury College Harvard College Amherst College Williams College Tufts College Boston University Brown University Yale University Trinity College Wesleyan University Union College New York University College of the City of New York Columbia College Hamilton College Hobart College Colgate University Cornell University Rochester University Syracuse University Saint Lawrence University Vassar College Rutgers College Princeton College Dickinson College Lehigh University Lafayette College University of Pennsylvania


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Beta of Connecticut Chartered 1845

Officers REV. R EV. R EV.

T. R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL. D . J. T. HUNTINGTON, M.A. SAMUEL HART, D.D.

GEoRGE LEWIS CooKE, M . A . BAYARD QurNCEY MoRGAN

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Secretary-Treasurer

Members Admitted, 1903 HENRY Lours GoDLOVE MEYER, SAMUEL ST. J OHN MoRGAN,

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HARVEY BoARDMAN VAN DER BoGART, BAYARD QurNCEY MoRGAN,

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Phi Beta Kappa Graduate and Honorary Members of the Beta Chapter Ackley, W. N., '63 Alcorn, E. C., '74 Alling, S. H., '92 Andrews, C. M., '84 (It '96) Andrews, S. J. (It '67) Applegate, 0., '87 *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., '84 Barton, C. C., '69 Bates, J. M., '72 Bates, R. P., '93 Bates, W. H., '72 *Beardsley, E. E., '32 (It '46) Beardsley, W. A., '87 Beers, G. E., '86 Belden, N. M., '88 *Belden, N. M., '48 Benedict, Le LeG., '88 *Benedict, S., '47 Bentley,: w. P., '02 Benton, J. R., '97 Benton, J. R., '64 *Bidwell, L. B., '80 Birckhead, J. B., '94 Black, H. C., '80 Bolles, E. C., '55 Bowie, .W., '93 Brainard, J., '51 (It '56) Brainard,:J.M., '84 *Deceased

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iC路Brewer, A. L., '53 *Bridge, J., '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., '83 *Brown,:T. M., '50 Bryan, W., '75 Buffington, J., '75 Bulkeley, W. H., '73 Burgwin, J. H. K., '77 Burrage, F. S., '95 Burton, R. E., '83 (It '96) *Butler, C."'M., '33 (It '52) *Capron, A., '45 Carpenter, J. S, '79 Carter, G. C., '87 Chapin, W. V., '78 *Chapman, C. R., '47 Chase, F., '52 Chase, M. F., '97 Cheshire, J. B., '69 (It '96) iC路Chipman, G. S., '78 *Clark, G. H. (It '63) Clark, J. W., '63 Cleasby, H. L, '99 Clerc, F. J., '43 Cleveland, E . J., '02 Coit, C. W., '82 Coleman, C. S., '82 Coleman, G. P., '90 Collins, W. F., '93


THE TRINITY IVY *Colt, W. U., '44 *Colton, C. (h '54) Conklin, W. E., '93 Conover, T. A., '90 Cooke, G. L., '70 Coster, M. K., '87 ·*Cowling, R. 0., '61 Crabtree, A., '92 Crawford, J. W. R.,'88 ·X·Crosby, D. G., '51 Cummins, A. G., '51 *Curtis, F., R, '80 Curtis, R. W., '96 *Curtis, T. W. T. (!~ '58) *Curtis, W. E., '43 *Cushing, J. T., '37 (h '47) Davies, W. G., '60 Davis, C. J., '94 Dean,:E. B., '93 *Derby, A. H., '01 Dickerson, E. M ., '74 Dockray,E. L., '83 Douglas, G. W., '71 Douglass, A. E., '89 *Driggs, T. I., '48 DuBois, _G. Mel., '74 DuBois, ~H. 0., '76 *Dyer, A., '70 Edmunds, C. C., '77 Emery, R., '54 Evans, S. K., '95 . *Everest, C. W., '38 (h '48) *Fairbairn, R. B., '40 (h '45) *Faxon, E., '47 Fell, J. W., '89 Ferguson, H., '68 *Ferguson, J. D., '51 Ferguson, S., '96 Fischer, C. L., '60 Fiske, G. McC., '70 *Flower, S., '45 Flynn, J. D., '97 Foss,F. H., '01 * Deceased

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Frye, P. H., '89 *Gallagher, J. D., '95 Gallaudet, B. B., •so <:·Gallaudet, T., '45 (It '51) George, J. H., '72 George, T. M. N., '80 i<·Giddings, G. W., '49 Gilbert, G. B., '96 iC·Gilman, G. S., '47 ·* Godda rd. F. M., '96 Golden, H. C., '03 Golden, H. L., '83 Gooden, R. B., '02 Gordon, T. H., '71 Gowen, F. C., '82 Gower, H. B., '49 Graham, J., '72 Green, H. D., '99 *Gregg, D., '54 Gregory, H. T., '54 Grennell, J. S. (h '58) Griswold, C. S., '00 Gunning, J. W., '96 *Hale, C. F., '47 Hall, G., '92 *Hall, S., '54 Hallam, G. R., '59 Hamersley, W., '58 (h '96) Hamilton, C. A., '82 Hamilton, G. E., '95 Harding, A., '79 Harraden, F. S., '67 *Harriman, F. D., '45 (1: '96) Harriman, F. W., '72 Hart, S., '66 *Harwood, E. (h '61) *Hawkes, W. W. (h '61) Hayden, C. C., '66 *Haydn, T. L., '56 Hedrick, C. B., '99 Henderson, E. F., ' 82 Henry, C. W., '99 Hermann, S., '57

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Hickox, G. A., '51 Hicks, G. C., '56 Hicks, J. M., '54 Hiester, I., '76 Hills, J. D., '78 "'·Hoadly, C. J., '51 Holbrooke, G. 0., '69 "·Holcombe, D. E., '56 Holcombe, G. H., '06 Holden, S. M., '82 Holway, 0., '80 Hooker, S. D., '77 Hopson, G. B., '57 Hornor, H. A., '00 Hotchkin, S. F., '56 Hovey, H. E., '66 ·*Howard, H., '91 Hubbard, G. M., '75 Hubbard, W. S., '88 *Hugg, G. W., '62 Hughes, I. W., '91 Hull, A. S., '66 Humphries, R. F., '92 ·>-Hunt, E. K. (h '51) Huntington, G. S., '81 (It '98) Huntington, J. T., '50 *Huntington, J. W., '83 *Hurd, J. D., '74 Huske, J., '77 Hutchins, R. H., '90 *Jackson, A., '60 *Jacobs, E. C., '55 *Jennings, A. B., '61 Johnson, C. A., '92 ·*Johnson, E. E., '50 Johnson, E. P., '65 Johnson, F. E., '84 Johnson, F. F., '94 Johnson, G. D., '54 Johnson, W. MeA., '98 Jones, C. W., '81 *Jones, L. H., '52 Judd, C., '93 * Deceased

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"Kelley, J., '44 *Ker, G., '43 *Kerfoot, J. B. (h '65) Kissam, E. V. B., '69 *Kittridge, A. S., '57 *Knickerbacker, D. B., '53 Lanpher, L. A., '80 Lawton, E. F., '91 Lecour, J. H., '08 Lilienthal, H., '86 Lindsley, C. A., '40 {lt '96) Linsley, A. B., '82 Lockwood, L. A., '55 Lockwood, L. V., '93 Loomis, H. V., '85 Lorenz, E. H., '02 Loveridge, D. E., '50 Luther, F. S., '70 Mackay, J. (h '54) *Mackay, W. R., '67 *Mallory, G. S., '58 *Marble, N. E. (It '61 ) Mayo, M. C., '93 McCook, A. T., '02 *McCook, G. S., '97 McCook, J. J., '63 McCook, P. J., '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 Morba, K. P., '02 Morehouse, F. S., '01 Morgan, W. F., '88 *Mulcahey, J., '42 (h '82) *Murray, J. B., '62 Neely, H. R., '84 Newton, E. P., '81 Nichols, W. F., '70


THE TRINITY IVY Nichols, J. W., '99 Niles, E. C., '87 Niles, W. P., '93 Niles, W. W., '57 ·*Norton, F. L., '68 Olmsted, C. T., '65 ·X·Paddock, B. H., '48 ·*Paddock, J. A., '45 Paddock, L. H., '88 Paddock, L. S., '50 (lt '96) ·*Page, D. C. (It '51) Parker, T. H., '98 Parsons, A. T., '71 Parsons, H., '83 Parsons, J. R., '81 Pattison, A. E., '80 Pattison, G. B., '81 *Payne, W., '34 (h '54) Peabody, F. B., '48 Pedersen, V. C., '91 Perry, J. B., '72 *Pettit, W. F., '46 Phair, P. D., '94 *Pierce, H. H., '58 Plumb, J. F., '91 Potts, F. H., '68 Pratt, A., '98 Pressey, W., '90 *Preston, T. S., '43 Prince, F. W., '00 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. W., '84 Richardson, L. W., '73 *Rogers, R. C., '45 *Rudder, W., '48 * Deceased

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Russell, F. F., '85 Russell, G . W., '34 (h '51) ·*Sands, 0. A., '87 *Sanford, D. P., '44 ·:tSanford, H. S., '36 (It '61) Scarborough, J., '54 Schulte, H. von W., '97 Schutz, W. S., '94 *Scudder, C. D . , '75 Scudder, E. M., '77 Scudder, H., '91 *Scudder, H. J., '46 (h '50) Scudder, W., '89 Selden, F. C. (h '59) Sennett, L. F., '89 Seyms, G. H., '72 Shepard, C. N., '91 *Shipman, W. D. (h '71) ·*Short, D. H., '33 (h '56) Short, W., '69 Simonds, E. L., '00 *Small, E. F., '74 Smith, C. B., '54 Smith, G. W. (lt '85) ·"Smith, H. M., '93 ·:tSmith, H., '62 *Smith, J. S., '63 Smith, S. E., '75 Smyth, J. D., '74 *Somers, J. B. Y. (h '57) l<·Spencer, U. H., '90 ·X·Spencer, W. G., '53 ·*Stevens, S., '65 Stewart, M. B., '02 Stocking, C. H. W., '60 Stone, M., '80 Stotsenburg, J. H., '50 Street, C. H., '96 *Studley, W. H., '50 Sturtevant, AM., '98 Sturtevant, F. R., '01 Tate, W. J., '86 Taylor, E. B., '73

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Wheeler, C. H., '01 Whitcombe, F. B., '87 White, R. A., '81 White, W. C., '97 *Whiting, S. M., '46 *Whitlock, H. R., '70 Whitney, H. E., '74 Williams, A. J. '96 Williams, C. C., '71 *Williams, E. W., '53 Williams, F. G., '89 *Williams, J. H., '54 Williams, J., '90 Williams, J. W., '78 Winkley, R. L., '79 "路Witherspoon, 0., '56 Woffenden, R. H., '93 *Wood, H. S., '71 Wood, P. M., '97 Woodman, C. E., '73 Worthington, E. W., '75 Wright, A. H., '83 Wright, G. H., '91 Wright, W. G., '91 Yeomans, E. M., '95 Young, C. H., '91 Ziegler, C. G., '97 Ziegler, P., '72


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The New England Intercollegiate Athletic Association Officers W. I. HAMILTON, Amherst R. E. HALL, Bowdoin H. J. MANN, M. I. T. E. J. GooDWILLIE, \Villiams

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

The Association Amherst College Bowdoin College Brown University Dartmouth College Massachusetts Institute of Technology Trinity College

Tufts College University of Maine University of Vermont Wesleyan University Williams College

Trinity College Athletic Association Officers President Secretary

H. E. TowNSEND F. CLEMENT

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Executive Committee President T. C. A. A. Football Captain, ALLEN, 'o4 Baseball Captain, CLEMENT, 'os Track Team Captain, REMSEN, 'os

Secretary T. C. A. A. Football Manager, WHERRY, 'o4 Baseball Manager, EwiNG, 'os Track Team Manager, BuFFINGTON, 'o4

Graduate Advisory Committee PROF. F. S. LuTHER, '70, Chairman J. H. K. DAVIS, 'gg, Sec. Treas路 E. K. HUBBARD, 'g2 w. s. LANGFORD, 'g6 G. E. CoGSWELL, '97


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Football Directors WALTER B. ALLEN, 'o4 Captain WILLIAM G. WHERRY, 'o4 Manager MALcoM

c. FARRow, JR., 路os

Assistant Manager JOHN PIERSON Coach DR. J. B. McCooK路 Medical Attendant GEORGE B. VELTE Trainer

The Team CLEMENT, 'os, quarter back CRABBE, 'o7, quarter back REED, 'o6, right half back WEEKES, 'o6, left half back ENSIGN, 'o7, left half back TowNSEND, 'o4, full back

CuRTIS, 'o7, center ScHWARTZ, 'o6, right guard DouGHERTY, 'o7, left guard LYCETT, 'o6, right tackle MoRGAN, 'o6, l eft tackle MEREDITH, 'o5, right end ALLEN, 'o4 (Captain), left end

Substitutes Line Positions

WHERRY, 'o4 CoGGESHALL, 'o7

REMSEN, 'os DRAvo, 'o7

CoBURN, 'o7 LAUDERBURN, 'o6

SMART, 'o6 NAYLOR, 'o6

Back Field Positions

R EHR, 'o6 BuLKLEY,

'os

PERRY, 'o6 SMITH, 'o7 WIMBISH, 'o6


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Record of Games September 24 October a October 10 October 17 October 24 October 31 November 5

At New Haven

At Hartford At New York At Hartford At Amherst At Hartford At Middletown

Trinity, 0; Trinity, 0; Trinity, 5; Trinity, 22; Trinity, 0; Trinity, 0; Trinity, 11;

Yale, 35 W. P. I., 18 New York University, 35 Eastman College, 0 Amherst, 18 Massachusetts State College, 29 Wesleyan, 615

Former Captains '77, A. J. Tyman, '78 '78, E. D. Appleton, '79 '83, '84, '85, '86, '87, '88,

S. H. Giesy S. T. Miller W. W. Barber W. W. Barber W. W. Barber E. McP. McCook

'89, E. McP. McCook '90, T. P. Thurston '91, W. C. Hill '91, H. S. Graves '92, G. D. Hartley '93, J. W. Edgerton '94, J. Strawbridge '95, W. S. Langford, Jr. '04, 0. Morgan

'96, A. M. Langford '97, A. S. Woodle '98, W. B. Sutton '99, W. P. Brown '00, W. P. Brown '01, J. Henderson '02, T. M. Syphax '03, W. B. Allen


Trinity's Football Record Amherst Amherst Aggies Boston Technology Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Hamilton . Haverford Holy Cross Lafayette Laureates M. I. T. Naval Academy New Jersey A. C. New York University

Won 5 9

Lost 7

1 5 1 0 1 3 3 0 1 I 0

2 2

3 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 1

2

1 0

6

2

Won Lost Springfield Training School 0 I Stevens 3 0 St. John's 1 0 St. Steven's 1 0 Tufts . . . 0 I University of Pennsylvania 0 l University of Rochester J 0 University of Syracuse Tie Game University of Vermont 1 0 Wesleyan University . 4 13 West Point I 7 Williams . . . 0 5 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 4 4 Yale . . 0 16 Eastman College . 1 0

Trinity College Interscholastic Football League FouNDED 1900

Schools m League Hartford Public High School New Haven High School Bridgeport High School

New Britain High School Meriden High School Torrington High School Holders of Cup for 1903, New Britain High School.

A banner is presented to the champion team of each year and the team obtaining three banners retains permanently the trophy cup presented to the League by the Trinity College Athletic Association.


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1905 Football Team Officers MEREDITH

Captain, 'o1-'o2

WYNKOOP

Captain, 'o2-'03 Manager

RoBERTS

Members CuRRY, PELTON, GosTENHOFER, r. e.

RANDLE, BoYD,

REMSEN, r.

t.

CLEMENT,

WATSON, r.

g.

DUFFEE,

BuLKLEY, GooDALE, c. EvERETT, RHODES,

1. g.

BUSHNELL, FARROW,

1. t .

1.

e.

q. b.

1. h. b.

MEREDITH, BuLKLEY, r. WYNKOOP,

f. b.

h. b.


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Football 1904 MADDOX, Captain M.

I. RANKIN,

Manager

r. h. f. b.

MANN,

r.

MAcKEON,

e.

MADDOX,

vANTINE,

ALLEN, q.

b. 1. h. WHERRY, 1. g.

TOWNSEND,

CLAPP,

BARTLETT, c.

MciLVAINE,

r.

1.

t.

f. b.

1.

BuFFINGTON, g.

ENSIGN,

r.

e.

t.

1906 ScHWARTZ, Captain LINGLE, Manager REHR,

1.

e.

PERRY,

HuET, NAYLOR, LAUDERBURN,

1.

r.

e.

1. t.

SCHWARTZ, HINE, q.

g.

REED, B. G. WEEKES,

b

1. h. b. h. b. MORGAN, f. b.

HAIGHT, SMART, c .

GATESON, REED, r.

SAYREs, ScHWARTZ, r. g .

PHILLIPS,

LYCETT, r. t.

1907 PoND,

1.

CoBURN, KENYON,

e.

PRATT, } LICHT, r. t.

l 1. t. f

CoGGESHALL,

1.

OFF, r. g. g.

CRABB, q.

CURTIS, c. FoRBES,

r.

G. CuNNINGHAM, e. CoLLINs,

R. f. b.

CuNNINGHAM,

1. h. b. r. h. b.


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J.

MANN

R. M. EwiNG

Manager Acting Manager

F. C. HINKEL, Assistant Manager

The Team H . D. BRIGHAM, Captain MANN, 'o4, s. s., p. BRADIN, 'o3, c. DuFFEE, 'os, 1. f. BRIGHAM, 'o3, Ih. MoRGAN, 'o6, c. f. ALLEN, 'o4, 2b. CLEMENT, 'os, r. f. TowNSEND, 'o4, 3b., p. GRANGE, 'o6, p .

Substitutes SYPHAX, '03

HINE, 'o6

Baseball Schedule for 1904 March March March March

19, 23, 26, 30,

March April April April

31

2, 6, 7,

April 8, April 9, April 11, April 16,

Westminster at Simsbury Yale at New Haven Princeton at Princeton Pennsylvania at Philadelphia Villa Nova at Vila Nova Manhattan at New York Brown at Providence New York University at New York Columbia at New York Fordham at New York Harvard at Cambridge Rhode Island College at Kingston

April 23, Amherst at Amherst April 30, Massachusetts State College at Hartford May 4, Holy Cross at Worcester May 7, Amherst at Hartford May 12, Yale at Hartford May 14, New York University at Hartford May 21, Rutgers at Hartford May 25, West Point at West Point May 28, Wesleyan at Middletown May 30, Open June 4, Williams at Williamstown June 8, Wesleyan at Hartford


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Trinity Baseball Captains '67, E. R. Brevoost '68, E. R. Brevoost '69, A. Brocklesby '70, A. Brocklesby '71, E. B. Watts '72, E. B. Watts '73, E. B. ~Watts '74, C. E. Crailc '75, F. T. Lincoln '76, G. S. Hewitt '77, W. E. Rogers '78, F. W. White ' 79, W. N. Elbert '80, W. J. Rogers

'81, G. D. Howell '82, A. H. Wright '83, C. M. Kurtz '84, F. E. Johnson '85, J. W. Shannon '86, J. W. Shannon '87, J. W. Shannon '88, G. W. Brinley '89, T. L. Cheritree '90, R. McC. Brady '91, H. S. Graves '92, H. S. Graves '03, G. D. Hartley '94, J. J. Penrose

'05, H. R. Dingwall J. J. Penrose C. DuB. Broughton '06, A. J. Williams M. H. Coggeshall '97, D. C. Graves '98, D. C. Graves '90, J. H. K. Davis '00, H. McK. Glazebrook '01, R. Fiske '02, E. Goodridge, Jr. '03, H. D. Brigham '04, E. J. Mann C. F. ~Clement


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1905 Baseball Team Officers CLEMENT, Captain

WELLES, Manager

Members CLEMENT, Ib.

RHoDES, s. s.

EwrNG, 1. f.

G ooDALE, 3 b.

O'CoNNOR, r. f.

KENNEDY, 2 b.

FARROW, c.

DuFFEE, p. BuRRows, c. f.


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Baseball 1904 TowNSEND, Captain MANN, p.

HUMPHRIES, s. s.

ALLEN, c.

MADDOX, c.

b. TowNSEND, 2 b. GLENNY, 3 b.

BARTLETT, r.

vAN TINE, I

ENSIGN,

f. f.

1. f.

1906 HINE, Captain MoRGAN, Manager BuRWELL, s . s .

ScHWARTZ, c.

LINGLE, MORGAN,

GRANGE, p. HINE, I

b. b. NAYLOR, 3 b.

FISKE, MARLOR, 2 MORGAN,

1. f.

HINKEL, REED, CuRTiss, c. PHILLIPS, CuRTISs, r .

1907 DRAvo, Captain CuRTIN, Manager

OFF, 1. f.

CRIDER, p.

RA THEONE, 2 b. DEMAURIAC, 3b.

MoRI, c.

CoLLINs, Ib.

G. CuNNINGHAM, s. s.

CRABB, r .

DRAVO, c.

f. f.

f.

f.


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Track Directors G. D. RANKIN, 'o3, Captain for 1903

w.

LARCHAR, '03

Manager

l\1. H. BuFFINGTON, Ass't Manager C . W . REMSEN,

'as, Captain for 1904-

M. H. BuFFINGTON, 'o4C. E. GosTENHOFER,

Manager

'os

Assistant Manager

1903 Squad W. F. BuLKLEY,

H. C. VAN WEELDEN, 'o3

A. R. GooDALE, 'os E. L. DuFFEE, 'os H. G. BARBOUR, 'o6 G. D. BowNE, 'o6 P. E. CuRTiss, 'o6

E. S. MERRIAM, 'o2 R. H. HuTCHINSON, 'o3

w. s. TRUMBULL, '03 T. M. SYPHAX, 'o3

0. w. CRAIG, '03 E. C. THOMAs, 'o3 W. G. WHERRY, 'o4C.

w.

REMSEN,

'os

D. Vv. GATEsoN, 'o6

J.

H. GEORGE, 'o6 M. S. PHILLIPS, 'o6

E. F. WINSTON, 'o6

Meet with New York University ScoRE: New York University, 67, Trinity 28

'

'os

G. D. RANKIN, 'o3


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1905 Track Team Officers R EMSEN, C ap t ain

WYNKOOP, Manager

Members D UFFEE

BUSHNELL

HARRIMAN

CLEMENT

BuRRows

ROBERTS

WATSON

BOYD

GOODALE

B LAKESLEE

BULKLEY

REMSEN


Clement Bulkley

â&#x20AC;˘

Duffee Blakeslee

Remsen

Wynkoop

l!J05 TRACK TEAM Burrows R oberts

Boyd

Goodale


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Track 1904 T owNSEND

BUFFINGTON

PACKARD

MANN

BRINTON

MORGAN

GLENNY M.

I.

MADDOX

RANKIN

..I,

1096 BowNE, Captain PHILLIPS, Manager

Squad BARBOUR

GATE SON

PERRY

BOWNE

GEORGE

PHILLIPS

C uRTiss

HuET

REED

FACKLER

MAR LOR

R EHR

B. G. WEEKES

'VINSTON

1907 PoND, Captain

Squad WARDLAW

POND

MooDY

PRATT

VANAMEE

FoRBEs

COLLINS

BRYANT


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Basketball Directors E. L. DuFFEE,

'os

t

Captains

E. H. MADDOX, '04-)

G .• D. BowNE, 'o6

Manager

G. B. VELTE.

Coach

The Team REHR, 'o6 ENSIGN, 'o7, right forward DuFFEE,

'os

~left forward

CoLLINS, 07, center BowNE, 'o6 MADDOX, '04-

f right guard

CAMERON, 'o6, left guard

Substitutes MEREDITH, '05

CHAMBERLAIN, '07

BARTLETT, '04-


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\

Manager

WYNKOOP,

Members Right Forward

Left Forward BoYD

FLYNN

MEREDITH

EATON DuFFEE

Center CLEMENT FARROW PELTON REMSEN

Left Guard

Right Guard

BuLKLEY

DuFFEE

BuRRows

NoLAN

HILL


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BARTLETT

ALLEN WHERRY

1906 LINGLE, Captain HuNT, Manager BOWNE

LINGLE

FACKLER HUET

PHILLI PS

BURWELL

'

LYCETT

R EHR

PERRY CAMERON

1907 C HAMBERLAIN, Captain G EORGE, Manager COLLINS

MOODY

CoGGESHALL BRYANT

GEORGE ENSIGN

CHAMBERLAIN

GUILFOIL

Inter-Class Basketball Series 1905, 22--1907, 26 1904, 6--1906, 16 1905, 21--1906, :J:O

1904, 4--1907, 13 1904, 16-1905, 6 1906, 12-1907, IO

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Tennis

Directors M. H. BuFFINGTON, 'o4

President

C. E. GosTENHOFER, 'os Vice- President P. L. LIGHTBOURN, 'o6 Secretary and Treasurer

• Members PROF. BABBITT

FACKLER, 'o6

MciLvAINE, 'o4

PROF. LUTHER

GosTENHoFER, 'os

PHILLIPS, 'o6

PROF. PERKINS

HuNT, 'o6

REMsEN, 'os

PROF. URBAN

HAIGHT, 'o6

SMITH, 'o7

BUFFINGTON, '04

HEYN, 'o4

VANAMEE, 'o7

RuRGWIN, 'o6

KIMBALL, 'o7

PoNn, 'o6

College Tennis Champion, rgo3-H. D. BRIGHAM, 'o3


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The College Athletic Cups THE LEFFINGWELL CuP-Presented by E. DeK. Leffingwell, '95路 competed for at each field meet

To be

THE McCRAcKAN CuP-Presented by W. D. McCrackan, '85. To be competed for at each indoor meet. Held by Van Weelden, 'o3 THE GYMNASIUM CuP-To be competed for at each indoor meet.

Held

by class of 1903 THE UNDERWOOD CuP-Presented by J. C. Underwood, 'g6. To be competed for at each fall underclass meet. Held by class of 1906 in 1903 THE RECORD CuP-Presented by E. Brainerd Bulkeley, 'go THE GEoRGE SHELDON McCooK CuP-Presented by Prof. J. J. McCook, March 21, 1902, as a memorial of his son, G. S. McCook, 'g7. To be awarded to the student making the best record in athletics during the year. Held by H. D. Brigham, 'o3


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Board of Editors CHARLEs

E.

GosTENHOFER,

A. G. CowPER, 'o6 Business Manager

'os

FREDERICK

Editor-in-Chief

H. GEORGE, 'o6 Literary Editor

JAMES

E.

'o6

MoRGAN H. BuFFINGTON,

'o4

PHILIP

N.

'os

FREDERicK C. HINKEL,

T HEODORE

DENSLow,

DwiGHT

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GRAHAME,

'o6

CuRTiss,

'o6


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Board of Editors MALCOM

c.

FARROW, JR.

~

Managing Editors

FRANCIS G. BURROWS PHILIP

T.

WELLES, Literary Editor

CHARLEs E. GosTENHOFER ALLEN

R.

GooDALE

wALTER

B.

SHERWOOD

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The Library Library Committee THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE SYDNEY

G.

FISHER,

L.

H.

D.

PROFESSOR HENRY FERGUSON PROFESSOR

w. R.

MARTIN

THE LIBRARIAN

Librarian WILLIAM NEWNIIAM CARLTON

Assistants lAMES SAYERS HrNE

OwEN MoRGAN

Special Assistants EDGAR JOHNSON DIBBLE

WILLIAM PERRY STEDMAN

The total increase of the year is shown in the following tables: A.

Yearly Increase -

I

I

. 1895- 6 189ti- 7 1897-8

-- --

. I.a.; ole.p.. > UJ

. I .; ~ , .a

1898-9 1899-0

- - - - -0

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252

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1900-1

1001-2

1902-3

--

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.a

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491

. ..

483

. ...

307

.. .

0 0 0, 0 0, 0 0 0, ~ ,~ > > p.. > p.. > p.. > a. > p.. -- - - -- -- ----- Purchased . . • . ... 267 .... 172 ...

- ,---,-

-,-,-,-

102 ... 173

...

Given ..... . ... . .. 297!... 4Hl! ... 790

1060 700,724. 335 1421 755 1999 1095 1223 912

Totals ... . ... 561( . . 59\ .. 1042

1162 700;897 335 1912 755 2482 1095 1530 912


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B. Whole Number of Volumes and Pamphlets 1898-1899 1899-1900 1900-1 901

Pamphlets 26,000 26,335 27,090

Vols. 39,683 40, 73/l 42,648

1901-1902

Vols. 45,130

1902-1903

46,660

Pamphlets 28,185 29,097

The following table shows the reference use of the Library by months: Table of Attendance

Month June September October November December January February March April May

Daily 126 41 441 363 357 335 391 429 311 347 3,141

1901-1902 Evening 28 28 49 74 82 69 130 112 77 64 685 3,141 3,826

1902-1903

Daily 137

Evening 24

381 487 422 394 388 402 342 407 394 3,413

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Not Open

58 55 40 106 293 3,413

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Glee Club

Leader Manager Assistant Manager

GEORGE HENRY HEYN FREDERICK BETHUNE BARTLETT WILLIAM PERRY STEDMAN First Tenors

G. CuNNINGHAM, 'o7

GATESON, 'o6 Second Tenors HEYN, '04 RoBERTs, 'os FACKLER, 'o6

CoBURN, 'o7 CuRTiss, 'o6 BuRRows, 'o4 R. CuNNINGHAM, 'o7 First Basses HuNT, 'o6 KIMBALL, '07 CAMERON, 'o6

LIGHTBOURNE, '04 CoNNETTE, 'o6 MAERCKLEIN, 'o6 REHR, 'o6

Second Basses BowNE, 'o6 JoNEs, 'os CowPER, 'o6

CuRTIS, 'o7 MEREDITH, 'os MoRI, 'o7 BRAINERD, Accompanist

FuRRER, 'o7 PRATT, 'o7 BoYD, 'os


Burrows

Marlar

De Mauriac Gateson Kimball

Stedman Hunt

Bryant

M A NDOLIN C L U B Ewing

Phillips Boyd


Mandolin Club W ILLIAM PERRY S TEDMAN ,

Leader

'os

First Mandolins E wrNG, 'os P HILLIPS,

H uNT,

'o6

'o6

K IMBALL, '07

Second Mandolins GATESON,

'o6

MARLOR,

'o6

Violin BRYANT,

'o7

Guitars S TEDMAN,

'os

BuRRows,

'os

BoYD,

'os


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Royal Egyptian String Octette ORGANIZED

A. D. 1879

Honorary Members Hoffman Miller H. R. Thompson G. P. Ingersoll A. P. Burgwin J. R. Bacon T. H. Yardsley J. W. Lewis E. F. Burke DeF. Hicks G. S. McCook J. S. Carter W. H. Eaton S. P. B. Trowbridge H. S. Martindale C. C. Peck W. D. McCrackan R. E. Burton H. Parrish C. C. Trowbridge W. C. D. Willson E. DeK. Leffingwell . T. Paine . E. Cogswell

M. R. Cartwright J. H. K. Davis W. H. Boardman C. A. Appleton C. W. Bowman G. H. Hills R.N. Weibel C. H. Talcott F. P. Johnson F. M. Vermilve R. H. Macaufey 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. Vibber P. L. Carton

P. J. McCook E. Parsons

H. G. Barbour J. H. Page, Jr. H. D. Plimpton J. W. Nichols J. K. Clement R. H. Fox Theo Case A. R. Van De Water M. W. Clement R. Fiske G. Brinley A. T. Wynkoop E. Goodrich C. H. Hills G. D. Rankin A. C. Short H. D. Brigham E. C. Thomas J. MeA. Johnson W. H. Wheeler

Guitar

w. P.

S'T EDMAN,

'os

Dulcimer R. M. EwiNG, 'os Sack but

W. B.

ALLEN,

'o4-

Psaltery G. H. HEYN, '04-

Pshawms

c. W.

Lute C. C. BRAINERD,

Harp

'o6

H.

E. TowNSEND,

Bugle

c. F.

REMSEN,

CLEMENT,

'os

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

'o4-

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The Debating Club c. J . HARRIMAN, 'os

President

R. E . CAMERON, 'o6 Secretary and Treasurer PROF. G . A. KLEENE

Instructor

Members F. B. BARTLETT, 'o4 R. E . CAMERON, 'o6 B . Q. MoRGAN, 'o4 P . E . CuRTiss, 'o6 W. B. RoBERTs, 'os C. D . WARDLAW, 'o7 C . E . GosTENHOFER, 'os H. CuRTIN, 'o7 C. E. JoNEs, 'os G. E . CuNNINGHAM , 'o7 c. J . HARRIMAN, 'os F . c. HEDRicK, 'o7 D. M. FACKLER, 'o6 H. DE W. DE MAURIAc, 'o7 T . C. CuRTIS, JR., 'o7

Debate With Bates College, March r8, 1903 REsOLVED, That under present conditions it would be to England's advantage to adopt a policy of protection. Affirmative- TRINITY P HILIP E . CuRTiss, 'o6 H. DE w . DE MAURIAC, '07 c. J. HARRIMAN, 'os Decided in favor of negative.

Negative-BATES G. L. WEYMOUTH A . K. SPOFFORD F . M. SWAN, JR.

Alternates F. C. HEDRICK, 'o7

J. C. BRIGGS C. E. JoNEs, 'os


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The Medusa Senior Honorary Society Active Members H. E. Tow NSEND, President W. B. ALLEN, Secretary and Treasurer

Graduate Members Allan, Edwin Stanton, '94 Austin, William Morris, '98 Bacon, Frederick Stanley, '99 Barbour, Henry Grosvenor, '96 Barton, Charles Clarence, '93 Barton, Philip Lockwood, '02 Bates, Robert Peck, '93 Beecroft, Edgar Charles, '97 Bellamy, Robert Bayard, '01 Brigham, H. D., '03 Brines, Moses James, '00 Broughton, Charles Du Bois, '95 Brown, William Parnell, '01 Brinley, Godfrey, '01 Bulkeley, John Charles, '93 Carter, Julian Stuart, '98 Carter, Lawson Averill, '93 Carter, Shirley, '94 Churchman, Clarke, '93 Coggeshall, Murray Hart, '90 Cogswell. George Edward, '97 Collins, William French, '93 Cullen, James, Jr., '93 Danker, Walton Stoutenburgh, '97 Davis, John Henry Kelso, '99 Davis, Cameron Josiah, '93 Dingwall, Harrie Renz, '95 Edgerton, Francis Cruger, '94 Edgerton, John Warren, '94 Ellis, George William, '94 Fiske, Reginald, '01 Glazebrook, Haslett McKim, '00 Goodridge, Edward, Jr., '02 Graves, Dudley Chase, '98 Greenley, Howard Trescott, '94 Hamlin, Edward Percy, '95 Hartley, George Derwent, '93 Henderson, James, '02 Hill, Charles Hawley, '02 Hornor, Harry Archer, '00 Hubbard, Louis DeKoven, '93 Hudson, James Mosgrove, '01 Langford, Archibald Morrison, '94 Langford, William Spaight, Jr., '96

Lewis, John William, '93 Littell, Elton Gardiner, '99 Lord, James Watson, '98 Lockwood, Luke Vincent, '93 Macauley, Richard Henry, '95 McCook, George Sheldon, '97 Mcilvaine, John Gilbert, '00 Morgan, S. St. J., '03 Meyer, H. L. G., '03 Morse, Bryan Killikelly, '99 Nichols, John Williams, '99 Niles, William Porter, '93 Olcott, William Tyler, '96 Paine, Ogle Tayloe, '96 Page, John Henry, '97 Parsons, Edgerton, '86 Pearce, Reginald, '93 Peck, Carlos Curtis, '02 Pelton, Henry Hubbard, '93 Penrose, John Jesse, Jr., '95 Prince, Frederick Welles, '00 Rankin, G. D., '03 Remson, Henry Rutgers, '98 Reynolds, Lloyd Gilson, '98 Rich, Earnest Albert, '99 Schutz, Walter Stanley, '94 Schwartz, David Louis, '00 Sparks, William Albert, '79 Strawbridge, John, '95 Syphax, T. M., '03 Taylor, Charles Edward, '94 Thomas, E. C., '03 Vibbert, Aubrey Darrell, '99 Vibbert, William Welsh, '94 Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew, '95 Weed, Charles Frederick, '94 Weibel, Richard Nicks, '02 Wheeler, Charles Hathorn, '01 Wheeler, William Hardin, '02 Willson, William Crosswell Doane, '93 Wilson, George Hewson, '93 Woffenden, Richard Henry, '93 Woodle, Allan Sheldon, '99


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L.

ScHWARTZ,

President

THOMAS C . CuRTISS, Vice- President FREDERICK W . L YCETT,

Members M. H. BUFFINGTON

T . C . CuRTiss

w . c. CRABB

H.

R.

F.

c. MEREDITH

G.

H.

L.

J. CuNNINGHAM

T.

s. MARLOR

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Club Founded by the Class of '99 on February 15, 1897

Graduate Members W. B. Allen, '04 P. L. Barton, '02 H. C. Boyd, '05 H. S. Bradfield, '02 J. W. Bradin, '00 P. H. Bradin, '03 H. D. Brigham, '03 W. P. Brown, '01 D. H. Browne, '03 T. P. Browne, Jr., '00 C. E. Bruce, Jr., '03 M. H. Buffington, '04 S. H. Clapp, '04 C. F. Clement, '05 M. W. Clement, '01 D. S. Corson, '99 J. H. K. Davis, '99 T. N. Denslow, '04 E. J. Dibble, '04 W. H. Eaton, '99

J. D. Evans, '01 R. M. Ewing, '05 R. Fiske, '01 R. H. Fox, '00 S. R. Fuller, Jr., '00 C. E. Gostenhofer, '05 H. McK. Glazebrook, '00 E. B. Goodrich, '02 E. Goodridge, Jr., '02 R. N. Graham, '05 H. D. Green, '99 M. G. Haight, '00 C. B. Hedrick, '99 A. Henry, '03 C. H. Hill, '02 W. C. Hill, '00 H. A. Hornor, '00 J. M. Hudson, '01 R. H. Hutchinson, '03 D. B. Jewett, '00

J. MeA. Johnson, '03 G. T. Kendal, '99 W. Larchar, Jr., '03 P. L. Lightbourn, '04 E. G. Littell, '99 H. R. Mcilvaine, '04 J. G. Mcilvaine, '00 P. L. McKeon, '04 W. J. McNeil, '01 E. H. Maddox, '04 J. H. Maginnis, '02 F. C. Meredith, '05 H. L. G. Meyer, '03 S. St. J. Morgan, '03 B. K. Morse, '99 J. W. Nichols, 99 A. H. Onderdonk, '99 H. C. Owen, '99 J. W. O'Connor, '05 C. C. Peck, '02


Rhodes Wynkoop

Remse n O'Connor

Clement Gostenhofe r Graham

SOPHOMORE DINING CLUB Stedman Watson Boyd

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A. C. Short, '03 W. P. Stedman, '05 E. K. Sterling, '99 W. B. Sutton, '99 J. P. W. Taylor, '02 H. E. Townsend, '04 W. S. Trumbull, '03 A. R. Van de Water, '01 R. B. Van Tine, '04

A. D. Vibbert, '99 J. M. Walker, '01 H. L. Watson, '05 R. N. Weibel, '02 P. T. Welles, '05 C. H. Wheeler, '01 H. R. White, '02 H. D. Wilson, Jr., '01 C. B. Wynkoop, '05

Active Members G. D. Bowne Hill Burgwin W. C. Burwell W. S. W. Fiske D. W. Gateson

W. G. H. 0. G.

T. Grange S. Hine Huet Morgan P. Pierce

M. S. Phillips C. Reed H. L. Schwartz B. G. Weekes


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Gun Club AusTIN DuNHAM HAIGHT

President

HILL BuRGWIN, ] R.

Secretary and Treasurer

Members 'as CLEMENT, 'as GRAHAM, 'as R EMSEN, 'as WELLEs,

'o6 LYCETT, 'o6 ScHWARTZ, 'o6 PHILLIPs,

MARLaR,

'o6

LAUDERBURN, CURTIN, '07

'o7 GEORGE, 'o7 CuRTis, 'o7 WARDLAW, 'o7 HART,

'o6


DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION MoRGAN HYDE BuFFINGTON, 'o4

President WILLIAM GEORGE WHERRY, 'o4

Business Manager ELMER MuNsON HuNT, 'o6

Secretary and Treasurer HENRY DE VvoLF DE MAuRIAc, 'o7

Stage Manager FREDERicK CHARLEs MEREDITH,'os

Assistant Business Manager HAROLD GRoss HART, 'o7

Assistant Stage Manager MoRGAN HYDE BuFFINGTON, 'o4

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CoGSWELL,

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D. DAYTON,

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C. W. MuNRO,

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'59 Inveniam viam aut faciam

Presenter,

G.

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HALLAM,

'59

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S.

'61 Per aspera ad astra

Presenter,

W. H. WEBSTER,

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Ne tentes aut perfice

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Presenter, H. G. GARDNER, '65

Receiver, RoBERT SHAW, '6S

'68 Semper crescens

Presenter, F. L. NoRTON, '6S

Receiver, E. V. B. KISSAM, '6g

'69 Nunquam non paratus

Presenter, JAcOB LERoY, '6g

Receiver, D. P. CoTTON, '71

'71 Nulla vestigia retrorsum

Receiver, F. 0. GRANNIS, '73

Presenter, \VILLIAM DRAYTON, '71

'73 Ah'v aaye> Presenter, C. E. WooDMAN, '73

Receiver, C. E. CRAIK, '74

'74

oJ 7tapa a-ko7tov Presenter, R. M. EDWARDS, '74

Receiver, H. V. RuTHERFORD, '76

'76 Inservit honori

Presenter, C. E. MooRE, '76

Receiver, W. C. BLACKMER, '7S

'78 '.AvfH ee<rfJe

Presenter, J. D. HILLS, '7S

Receiver, D. L. FLAMING, 'So

'80

Ov A.oyro, aU' l'pyro, Presenter, 'vV. R. LEAKEN, 'So

Receiver, A. P. BuRGWIN, 'S2

'82 Respice finem

Receiver, S. H. GmsY, 'Ss

Presenter, A. P. BuRGWIN, 'S2

'85 Duris non frangi

Presenter, A. D. NEELEY, 'Ss

Receiver, G. S. WATERS, 'S7

'87 Multa in dies addiscentes

Presenter, A. H. ANDERSON, 'S7

Receiver, E. C . JoHNSON, 2d, '8S


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Presenter, E. C. JoHNSON, 2D, '88

Receiver, E. McP. McCooK, 'go

'90 Semper agens aliquid

Presenter, T. A. CoNOVER, 'go

Receiver, I. D. RussELL, 'g2

'92 To kaAOu

cpzA.ov

Receiver, F. F. JoHNSON, 'g4

Presenter, G. HALL, 'g2

'94 Agere pro viribus

Presenter, J. W. EDGERTON, 'g4

Receiver, J. STRAWBRIDGE, 'g5

'95 En avant!

Receiver, G. E. CoGSWELL, 'g7

Presenter, E. P. HAMLIN, 'g5

'96 :27Tdprav tA.axcf; ravrav kOfJflCl

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'99 Fortiter, fideliter, feliciter

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'01 N ovus ordo saeclornm

Receiver,-------------------

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Tptfrco<;

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The German Club R. NILES GRAHAM President

C. E. GosTENHOFER Secretary and Treasurer

Members W. B. ALLEN, 'o4 M. H. BuFFINGTON, 'o4 c. F. CLEMENT, 'os R. M. EwrNG, 'os R. N. GRAHAM, 'os C. E. GosTENHOFER, 'os J. W. O'CoNNoR, 'os c. w. REMSEN, 'os M. PHILLIPS,

P. T. WELLEs, 'os H. L. ScHwARTZ, 'o6 F. C. HINKEL, 'o6 B. G. WEEKEs, 'o6 T. S. MARLOR, 'o6 E. M. HuNT, 'o6 D. M. FAcKLER, 'o6 H. BuRGWIN, JR., 'o6 'o6


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Trinity Week Monday, February 8th I K A German

Sophomore Dining Club Banquet Tuesday, February 9th

Psi Upsilon Tea

Third Trinity German Wednesday, February lOth College Reception Thursday, February 11th

Musical Clubs, followed by Dancing Friday, February 12th Delta Psi Tea

Junior Promenade


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The Junior Promenade GIVEN BY THE CLASS OF 1905

Committee CHARLES FRANCIS CLEMENT,

Chairman

PHILIP TuRNER WELLES, Secretary and Treasurer RoBERT MosBY EwiNG

CHARLES HAMLIN PELTON

CHARLES EDwARD GosTENHOFER

CoRNELIUs WAGSTAFF REMSEN

RICHARD NILES GRAHAM

WILLIAM PERRY STEDMAN

PHILIP THOMAS KENNEDY

MALCOM CoLLINS FARROW, JR.

Patronesses Mrs. E. S. Allen Mrs. F. C. Babbitt Mrs. J. H. Barbour Mrs. J. L. Barbour Mrs. L. B. Barbour Mrs. C. C. Beach Mrs. T. B. Beach Mrs. M. T. Bennett Mrs. J. W. Bradin Mrs. R. C. Buell Mrs. G. E. Bulkley Mrs. F. Bushnell Mrs. W. M. Carlton Mrs. J. R. Claghorn Miss Mary Clark Mrs. Samuel Colt Mrs. R. W. Cutler Mrs. F. W. Davis Mrs. G. H. Day Mrs. S. G. Dunham Mrs. G. W. Ellis Mrs. R. G. Erwin Mrs. Henry Ferguson Mrs. K. W. Genthe

Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

Francis Good win L. E. Gordon J. H. Greene J. L. Greene William Hamersley A. E. Hart E. B. Hatch J. I. Havemeyer E. C. Hilliard E. B. Hooker H. M. Hopkins F. L. Howard W. W. Hyde C. B. Ingraham Raymond Keeney C. H. Lawrence T. M. Lincoln E. J. Lake F. S. Luther McAlpine J. J. McCook A. R. Merriam J. B. Moore W. D. Morgan

Mrs. Burton Parker Mrs. J. D. Parker Mrs. Henry Perkins Mrs. W. H. Post Mrs. H. S. Redfield Mrs. R. B. Riggs Mrs. George Roberts Mrs. E. W. Robinson Mrs. Mary R. Root Mrs. J. H. Rose Mrs. S. B. St. John Miss St. John Mrs. Frederick Samson Mrs. W. C. Skinner Mrs. H. T. Stedman Mrs. H. B. Stedman Mrs. E. K. Sterling Mrs. B. R. Stillman Mrs. Ewm Strong Mrs. E. P. Taylor Mrs. Joseph Toy Mrs. J. H. Twichell Mrs. W. M. Urban Mrs. A.. E. Van de Water


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1856 Keepers of the Pipe of Peace whose Names are Cut on the Box H. M. Gregory, '56 S. McConihe, '56 H. W. Kloppenburg, '58 J. E. Mears, '58 T. B. Sexton, '60 W. H. Tibbits, '61 L. K. Storrs, '63 N. B. Dayton, '63 G. M. Stanley, '68 H. S. Carter, '69 H. Van B. Kissam, '69 B. E. Backus, '70 J. K. Stout, '70 W. Drayton, '71 E. 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, '80 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, '96 E. W. Robinson, '96 E. F. Waterman, '98 H. R. Remsen, '98 J. W. Nichols, '99 J. H. K. Davis, '99 J. G. Mcilvaine, '00 E. P. Taylor, Jr., '00 R. Fiske, '01 H. H. Rudd, '01 S. St. J. Morgan, '03 G. D. Rankin, '03

Present Keepers C. W. Remsen, '05

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Trinity College Missionary Society FouNDED r832

Pro Christo et ecclesia

Christmas Term 1903 C. E. F.

J oNEs,

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'os

MEREDITH,

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain

'os

'o6 . 'o6 T. R. YARDLEY

H . HuET,

E.

M. HuNT,

R Ev.

Trinity Term 1904

c. J . HARRIMAN w. B. ROBERTS D. GRAHAME

â&#x20AC;˘

H. HuET REv. PROF. H. FERGUSON

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain

Brotherhood of St. Andrew No. 1743 G. H. HEYN

c. E.

JONES

W. B.

c. J.

RoBERTS

HARRIMAN

REv. DR. F.

S.

LuTHER

Director Vice- Director Secretary Treasurer Chaplain


AcTING PRESIDENT LuTHER, Chaplain

Order of Services OBLIGATORY VOLUNTARY Daily Sunday Morning Prayer, 8:30 A. M. Holy Communion, 7:45 A. M. Ash Wednesday, g:15 A.M. Evening Prayer, 5 P.M. Sunday, g:15 A. M. Lent-Daily Ascension Day, 8:30 A. M. 12:00 M.-(Litany) Thanksgiving Day, 10:30 A.M . Chapel Choir GEORGE H. 1-IEYN, 'o4, Precentor Cantoris

Decani

HEYN, 'o4 JONES, '05 BoYD, 'o5 MEREDITH, 'o5 BuRRows, 'o5 MARLOR, o6 REED, 'o6 HuNT, 'o6 GATESON, 'o6 GEORGE, 'o6 REHR, 'o6 SMART, 'o6 CAMERON, 'o6 PROF. H. M. HoPKINS, Organist C. C. BRAINARD, 'o6, Assistant Orga nist Chapel Monitors P. L. LIGHTBOURN, '04

E. J . DIBBLE, 'o4

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RIGHT REv. CHAUNCEY BuNCE BREWSTER, D. D .

Bishop of Connecticut Dec. 13

REv. SAMUEL HART, D. D., D. C.

L. Berkeley Divinity School

REv. CAMERON

J osrAH

DAvis

Rector of Trinity Church, Buffalo, N. Y. April 24

REv. WrLLIAM S. RAINSFORD, D. D.

Rector of St. George's Church, New York City


Founded in 1776 at Mary and Williams College

Alpha of Connecticut Chartered 1889

w . G. H. E. R. H.

WHERRY

TowNSEND MciLVAINE

President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

Roll of Chapters 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 New York Zeta of New York Eta of New York Theta of New York Iota of New York Alpha of Pennsylvania Beta of Pennsylvania Beta of Germany Alpha of Russia Eta of China Omega of Japan . Omikron of the Philippines

Trinity College, Cambridge Trinity College, Dublin Ecole de Beaux Arts, Paris Emynxt University Smith College Wellesley College Harvard Annex Trinity College Wesleyan University Wells College . Vassar College Sage College, Cornell University Zymtba College Blypqksm University Dnjlucix Institute Qvltjmin Lytnqbmp Atljo Combinojint Bryn Mawr Nowhereatal â&#x20AC;˘ . Heidelberg University of Mskovitchjski University of Shanghai University of Tokio University of Manila


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

Members R. N . G RAHAM, 'os C . E. GosTENHOFER, 'os

B. G. WEEKES, 'o6 A. D. HAIGHT, 'o6

Honorary Member 0MAR KHAYYAM

The A. F. L. or the Order of the Stave and_Hoop Germani bellacissimi d jerissimi sunt Patron Saint : CARRIE NATION

Stave Members "MuNs" TowNSEND "PETTEE" WELLES "MooNY" FISKE CHARLEY R EED

Hereditary Keeper of the Staves Past Grand Master of the Hoop Lord of the Red Raven Delegate to W. C. T . U.

....

Hoop Members "ScRAPPY" BuRRows "FREDDY" PIERCE

. Chief Chaser Q ueen of the May Pole


Junior Freshman Banquet 1905 from 1907

Hartford Hotel, November 14, 1903 HAROLD G. HART, 'o7, Toastmaster

Toasts 1907-MALCOM C. FARROW, JR., '05 1906-FRANCIS G. BuRRows, 'os The Ladies--R. NtLES GRAHAM, 'os Athletics-CHARLEs F. CLEMENT, 'os The Faculty-EDWARD L. DuFFEE, 'os The College-PHILIP T. WELLES, 'os 1905-WILLIAM W. CRABB, 'o7

Committee HAROLD G. HART, Chairman STEWART PRATT FREDERICK H . CoGGESHALL PAUL SMITH WILLIAM w. CRABB

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Pliny A. Jewett Albert Dodd George W. Beers Thomas T. Guion C. B. Varley George R. Hall Francis J . Clerc J ohn G. Sterling Samuel Flower James B. Wakefield Da vid F. Lumsden William C. Peters Ed ward H. Brinley Samuel Sherman Charles E. Terry J ames W. Smyth A. Hamilton Polk J. Gardiner White W. Butler Krumbhaar Jared Starr Sidney Hall John H. S. Quick Samuel B. Warren Wm. G. Davies Wm. B. Tibbits G. W. Hugg John J. McCook Thomas R. Ash C. T. Olmsted Charles Wanzer Henry K. Huntington Howard C. Vibbert J oseph B. Cheshire George E. Elwell

1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 1876 1877 1878 1879 1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1901 1902 1!:!03 1904

D. Page Cotton John W. Gray Russell Murray L. M. Plumer Charles D. Scudder Henry H. Brigham J. Ellis Kurtz R. B. Brundage Wm. N. Elbert Henry C. Lovebridge Wm. B. Nelson Charles H. Carter J. Eldred Brown E. S. VanZile S. S. Mitchell E. B. Hatch W. B. Olmsted W. F. Morgan, Jr. E. N. Scott E. McP. McCook T . P. Thurston Wm. Joseph Miller Wm. French Collins Robert Prescott Parker John Moore McGann W. Speaight Langford, Jr. James Watson Lord James Watson Lord Elton Gardiner Littell Harry Archer Hornor Godfrey Brinley Richard Nicks Weibel Samuel St. John Morgan Herman Ed ward Townsend


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1829

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1830

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Robert Tomes Edward VanDeusen

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William H . Frisbie Henry D . Noble Thomas R . Pynchon

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Thomas S . Preston George Ker

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David P. Sanford Tilton E. Doolittle

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1855 Luke A. Lockwood Ed win C. Bolles

1856 Daniel E. Holcomb Samuel F. Hotchkin

1857 Samuel Herman George B. Hopson

1858 George S. Mallory William H. Vibbert

1859 Samuel B. Warren Edwin E. Johnson

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1850 John T. Huntington Daniel E. Loveridge

Alfred L. Brewer William G. Spencer

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Benj. H. Paddock Nath. H. Belden

Lucius H. Jones Francis Chase

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1867 William R. Mackay George G. Nichols

1868 Frank L. Norton Frank H. Potts

1869 George 0. Holbrooke Arthur McConkey

1870 George McC. Fiske Harlow R. Whitlock

1871 George W. Douglass Chauncey C. Williams

1872 Paul Ziegler James H. George

1873 Leonard W. Richardson Oliver H. Raftery

1874 Edward N. Dickerson James D. Smyth

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Honor Men for the Year 1902-3 HARRY CLIFFORD GoLDEN

Valedictory Salutatory

HENRY Loms GoDLOVE MEYER SAMUEL ST. JOHN MoRGAN

.Honor Oration

Other Speakers at Commencement Robert Wight Trenbath The Chemical Prize Essay

First Prize Second Prize Tuttle Prize Essay Goodwin Greek Prizes

First P1ize Second Prize

(Not awarded) (Not awarded) (Not awarded) Homer Stuart Sayres Clifton Culverhouse Brainerd

Prizes in History and Political Science

Fi1st Prize Second Prize Holland Prize Scholarships In tile Class of I90#

In the Class of I905 In tlte Class of 1906 Hartford Admittitur Prize Alumni Prizes in English Composition In the Class oj I90J bt the Class of I904

Philip Safford Clarke (Not awarded) Bayard Quincy Morgan Edmund Samuel Carr { Walter Beach Sherwood Horace North Everett Samuel Fallow (Ha rry Clifford Golden Crawford Thomas l Hervey Boardman Vander bogart Bayard Quincy Morgan { Philip Llewellyn Lightbourn

~Edmu nd

Frank W. Whitlock Prizes

Fi1路st Prize Second Prize The Douglas Prize The Metaphysical Prize The Mackay-Smith Prizes

First Prize Second Prize The F. A. Brown Prize

Hervey Boardman Vanderbogart Bayard Quincy Morgan Harry Clifford Golden Harry Clifford Golden Ralph Evelyn Cameron , Edmund Samuel Carr Henry Louis Godlove Meyer


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Optimi SAMUEL HART,

'66

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Lucrus WATERMAN, '71 LEONARD WooDs RicHARDSON, HIRAM BENJAMIN LooMis,

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HERMAN LILIENTHAL, WILLARD ScuDDER,

HAROLD LOOMIS CLEASBY,

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FRANCIS RAYMOND STuRTEVANT, 'ox \VILLIAM PERRY BENTLEY, 'o2 EDWARD HENRY LoRENZ, 'o2 ANsoN THEODORE McCooK, 'o2 KARL PHILIP MoREA, 'o2 MARSHALL BowYER STEWART, 'o2


R.INJTY • C.H\JitCH

CHOOL•CLVB

'o4 W . G . WHERRY, 'o4 G . H. HEYN, 'o4

President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

W. B. ALLEN,

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'o7

WARDLAW,

'o7

BILLER,

'o7

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P . R.

SMITH,

MARLOR,

'o6 'o6

'o7

President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer

Shattuck School Club C. E. J oNEs, 'os HARRY HuET, 'o6 L. M. PoND, 'o6 G . W. PIERCE, 'o6

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer


lktNITYST. PAULS (LVB. "Garden City" Raft ! Rah ! Rail ! Rah! Rah! Rah ! Rah! Rah! Rah!

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R. NILES GRAHAM A. D. HAIGHT

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President Secretary Treasurer

Mt. Beacon M. A. Club D. M. FACKLER, 'o6 R. E. CAMERON, 'o6 S. C. P RATT, 'o7

President Vice- President Secretary and Treasurer

Hartford High School Club B. Q . MoRGAN B. ROBERTS w. B. SHERWOOD

President Vice- President Secretary and Treasurer

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H. NoRTH, 'o6 H. S. SMART, 'o6 E. S. FALLow, 'o7 G. S. GLAZIER, 'o7 P. H. GUILFORD, 'o7 W. H. MooDY, 'o7


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President Secretary and Treasurer

R.

Editors H.

R.: MclLVAINE,

M.

c.

R.

M. EwrNG,

College Athletic Social

'o4

FARRow, JR.,

'os

'os Reporters

C. J. HARRIMAN, '05 P. E. CuRTiss, 'o6

V. E. REHR, 'o6 H. BuRG WIN, JR., 'o6 H. HuET, 'o6

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NGH ! Ungh! Who was that stamping coming up the stairs? Baby tricks! baby tricks! You, Carr? No? I didn't ~ think so. Blakeslee? get out! get out! You didn't do it? ~ I don't care whether you did or not! College is not the ~ place for a fellow who has nothing to do but snicker. Hurry up! It doesn't matter, I was going to give you a zero anyway. " Unghl Ungh! where does the lesson begin? Coleman ! \Vhere's Coleman? Is he sick? 0, there you are, over in the corner ! Why don't you get up when you're called on? I'll have to mark you on a scale of 5 for that. Your name isn't Coleman ! What is it then? Clement! No difference; other just as good! Well, what do you know about Sir Walter Raleigh? That will do, that will do-- I didn't ask you to read it out the book." " Next man! You, sir, I mean, that are trying to hide the book behind your knee ! What do you know about Sir Walter Raleigh?" "He was the man who helped Queen Elizabeth over the street, ander, it is said he had a very bad temper." "Ungh! Ungh! Who told you that?" "It is said that on one occasion he lost his head." "Very bad joke! I can only give you 3 for that. By the way, you have six absences; better make them up after the hour or you won't get through; probably won't anyway, though." "Where's young Clark? Well, Clark, you talk a while on Dryden.'' Clark reads from paper: "Dryden was born in 1631 and died in 1700. He was-" "All alike-all alike-you always kill off your men before you get them started." "He was educated at Trinity College-" A great stamping of feet interrupts him. " Hush ! sh ! The next man I see doing that goes out ! All right,


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Clark! Propell! propell! Tell him, Ewing ! Help him out if he doesn't know it!" â&#x20AC;˘ '' Why-er-" " Wire? Wire ! what has wire to do with it?" "He had a good style!" "He had, had he? How did he have it? The way a man has snakes or a child has the measles ? "Roberts! Roberts! take down one foot, please, from the back of the bench. Gives a balance you know. What! it doesn't belong to you? Whose is it then? Yours, Jones? Take it down, sir! It's too large to match Roberts' ! "Well, Clark, you don't appear to know very much about the lesson. I think~ I'll have to flunk you for the course. "Bulkley!" (Points at a man in the back row.) "You there, I say! Wake him up, somebody! His name isn't Bulkley? What's his name? What's his name? What's~become :of Bulkley, then? He was here a minute ago! What, sir? I see 'you, sir, crawling out the door on your hands and knees. You needn't come to recitation any more after such a performance. "Ungl;l! Ungh ! Stop scraping your feet, Coleman, time isn't up yet! What! So it is, to be sure ! Well, take the same fifty pages for tomorrow." B.

They say of a doctor, I know not In how many sciences versed was he, That seeing a donkey dead, he said: "See here what I shall surely be!" The tale is old, but yet full true, Since this is what, I ween, was said: Whoe' er is, when he lives, an ass Will still be an ass when he is dead. Translated by A. R. G.


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From the Bulletin Board. (With apologies toN. Y. "American.")

HINKEL FIGHTS

PROF. RIGGS

freshmen. may be

SEEN

PROF. FERGUSON

IN

unable to meet classes today. Entries regard to exams

FOR COLLEGE CHAPEL

CHAMPIONSHIP

at usual hour tomorrow.

must be in by noon.

PROF. McCOOK

CARR

does not sympathize with man has ftunkad a recitation.

ARRESTED FOR being tramp. Some children are

PAINTING NUMERALS ON SIDEWALKS.

Class

RUSHES declared a draw.

CHORUS GIRL needed in new production. College men may apply.


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been

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PROF. HOPKINS gives organ recital thia evening. Trinity

a scholarship.

IS PLAYING

Trinity steins for sale,

Yale today.

Price:-

BASS DRUM needed

quartette.

IN

Contribute of your means

SALVATION

ARMY

TO ATHLETICST

wishes you to help the poor.

PROF. MARTIN

PROF. EDWARDS

R [DES

in street car. does not recognize.

COW

on Campus.

Clement comes

TO CHAPEL

CUTS. Man regains

Every me.n out

IN HIS PaJAMAS for to-night's "peerade."

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The Higher Learning ENTLEMEN, the subject for to-day's discussion IS the importance of our conceptions of substance. "Mr. Merry, will you please give us a definition of the meaning of substance ? " "Well, er, substance, that is to say, is the taking in; the whole substance-that is, I mean, for example, let's see, a thing is a substance, er-no-yes, that is to say, the things we bump up against, f'r example, take a wall or examination paper; that is to say, you know, I mean, er-" "Mr. Merry, your definition is not quite comprehensive enough. Mr. Gallon, have you any idea what is meant by the term substance?" "A substance, I think, so it strikes me, is something, or rather anything,-that is, my ideas of a substance-! might be wrong, but I always had the impression when I was a boy,-is something that exists,-er-yes, exists,-you know what I mean, like the other side's football team, for instance,-=-that is, I mean, I think Mr. Merry's definition about covered the ground ; but as you say, I don't think Mr. Merry's definition was quite comprehensive enough,-but my ideas of a substance always were, ever since I was old enough to remember-" "Just a minute. Mr. Gallon ; let us see what Mr. Guggenslocker has to say about substance." Guggenslocker, with a mouthful of chocolate drop: "Hm! hm! A substance-hm ! hm! a substance, hm! well-er--ungh--I think--hm! You asked for a definition? Er-a substance-" "I think you have the right idea, Mr. Guggenslocker, but perhaps I can make it a little plainer. Gentlemen, a substance is something that can't be defined; it is an ultimate." Chorus of approval: "Yes, sir, of course, sir, that's what I meant exactly." B.


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CANTER I. Ohl Muse, inspire my humble pen to write The darksome deeds of that most darksome night, Whose acts committed live through endless time, The blackest written on the rolls of crime.

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The night was dread to suit the dreadsome deed And lowered surly over hill and mead. A single star had glimmered slowly out, As if some shame had put e'en it to rout. The college buildings reared a shapeless bulk, And topped the lofty hill, a blackened hulk, Save where a solitary beam of light Showed dimly forth and scarce defied the night, As in a highest room, with endless toil, A scholar burned the lonely mid-night 01!. Across the dewy grass a figure crept And muffied, on his purpose, stealthy, step't. He reached the buildings; half desired to run; A minute more-the awful deed was done.

CANTER II. The morning broke; a morning cold and drear. The air was filled with whisperings and with fear. The day came on, a day of wrath and strife, And slowly clearer grew the signs of life. A section door was opened in the row And up the walk came Eddie, always slow; At Jarvis Hall he stopped to read of teas Or see who'd lost the latest bunch of keys, But looked in vain; discovered was the sin, A space of wall where bulletin had been. This was too much for Eddie; he was dazed And wandered off with shaking head, amazed. And next appeared a figure built for use, A man who stepped a mile and looked like Zeus. Around he cast a penetrating look, And as he walked the college buildings shook. He carried in hts hand a notice white Which said "The Mission Club will meet to-night To raise a fund to purchase china bowls


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For use by natives in the Isle of Shoals," But when he reached to post it well in sight, Behold, the posting place had taken flight; For all he saw was senseless stone and holes And so the natives lost their china bowls. While this man wondered where the board could be There came the Hermes of the Faculty. He bore in place of rod some books and seals And wore for winged sandals, ~rubber heels. He in his hand a message also bore : "The Easter recess will begin at four -To lose an hour a fearful thing would be-The term begins at just five fifty -three." And after this came more in mighty host, Each with a notice which he wished to post. One said "The team in basketball will go To Wesleyan to-night to play, and so We'll start to work at four if it shall seem There's men enough in town to fill a team." Another said, "Come 'round when you have dined, All glee club men; if busy, never mind." Or "Baseball men the proper suits should wear. To get the suits? Why, that is your affair I " The last of all, approached the roguish wit And chuckled o'er some mirth-provoking hit. He laughed in glee and felt his pencil yearn To give each notice there a mirthful turn. But as he looked his face was seen to pale, He stagget路ed and he fluttered like a seal There was no place where he could spring his joke. His job was gone, his silly heart was broke. CANTER III. But when the news was spread, arose a wrath That stirred all classes from the Greek to Math. The frenzy grew, the college hummed and buzzed As when a crowded hive of bees is 'roused. The question burned, nor answered anyone. "The board is gone. What ever can be done?" The kink gave orders to his knights to call The college body to the Latin hall; And when it was assembled thus he spake (And each man grasped his neighbor, lest he quake):

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"The bulletin IS gone, we have no track Nor are there any plans to get it back. Now I propose, our grief for this to smother And let the honored faculty get another." Some threats were made and resolutions read But in each heart the board was mourned as dead. CANTER IV. Thus passed the old and honored notice-board. Its loss was wept, then borne and t hen ignored. As each old relic dies and has its day, So died the board and mem'ry passed away. Its place is taken in a certain wise, But never filled-the new board's small in size. But then perhaps it's young and will aspire To hold the honor once held by its sire. PHILIP EVERETT CUR T IS S.

A Victim of Circumstances LL FRESHMEN are more or less guileless and unsophisticated when they enter college; and I belonged decidedly to the "more" class. Otherwise I would not have been stranded at a small town in the western part of the state with nothing but my dress-suit case, fifteen cents, and my salesman's "outfit" for Brown and Co.'s latest-published books. When I unloaded upon the unwilling and unfortunate landlady the dresssuit case and outfit in payment for back board, and spent the fifteen cents for a scant dinner, my dreams of going through college on the proceeds of a summer's canvassing of "A Trip Through Cuba with Doctor Jones " fell through with a crash. With humbled spirit I sought the railroad track, and, with the ease borne of long experience, swung aboard the first fast freight for home. It was in the warm twilight of a July evening, and we rumbled


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through thriving towns, sweeping past great steel mills and factories and smelters, on into the forests broken only here and there by great lumber camps, then rolling out upon broad green farm land. I surveyed it all from the top of a box car, much as Ccesar might from his triumphal chariot, the only difference being a slight disparagement as to our rela路 tive positions. " Hi there ! You tramp ! You dirty ride-stealer ! Take a sneak, and a - - quick one too, or I'll plow up a couple acres o' cinders with yer ugly face. Why-why-blamed if it ain't young Thompson! How be yu, boy? Give us yer paw! Here I was a-thinkin' all along you was away ter school up Connecticut a ways, and darned if I don't ketch you off on the bum ! Does yer pa know it ? " The old man, in sudden doubt, looked at me suspiciously. It was not the first time we had met in similar circumstances. "No, Billy, but he will just as soon as I can tell him. I'm not bagging it this time; it's because I'm too busted to ride respectable. Say, Billy, did it ever occur to you that college is a mighty fool place for a man to blow his money at? " "That's all right, sonny. You come back in the cab and the boys 'll fix you up. My bucket ain't empty yet, and bein's it's you, we'll find you an empty bunk all right, and seein' you was out on that there box car so long, there's a bottle handy with warmin's for yer insides. But, mind it, there's jest enough an' no more fer y0u 'an two swallers. After last time you was along I was ashamed to look your pain the face fer a month." Late in the night I broke away, though with loud protests, from an absorbing game of "seven up" and went out on the back platform of the caboose, where Billy crouched smoking an old worn cob pipe. The rows of red and green signal lights down each side faintly illuminated his old striped gray working clothes, soiled and worn by many a rough day's work; and they shone on the rails rapidly blending with the darkness, and lighted the nearby banks and forests in ghostly outlines. For a while all was quiet save the regular click, click of the wheels on the track. Then, "Well, boy, have they learnt you how tu smoke yet, away tu school?" "Not yet." It wasn't quite true, but railroaders' tobacco should not be trifled with by one not used to it.


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"Hain't they, though? That's queer ! 'Pears to me they learn a fellow most everything at them schools!" " I wish they'd teach us how to make a little money. They tell you what your ancestors did a hundred or a thousand or a million years ago, just as you want it, and then leave out the only really important thing there is. I'm for business the minute I strike the town, and a steady job too-l don't care if it's only a grocery clerk." "Now, boy, don't be a fool. You don't look far ahead enough, that's the trouble; but it's so much easier tu look back, I s'pose, and see what you didn't do that you should~ 'a'done, that I dunno as I ought ter blame you fer not knowing what's what. "It kind o' reminds me of a little experience we had on this here very road not more 'an a few years ago. We was hittin' up good speed out aways 'tother side o' Lewistown to help us over the long grades. The boys was loafin' in the cab jest es now, havin' a purty good time, too, I guess. One feller, while shuffiin' the cards, happened to look out an' saw a headlight no more 'an a mile back, where no headlight belonged; but poker was more interesting so he didn't say nothin'. Well, no more 'an ten minutes later I spied that light and it was so dog gone close we could make out there was nothin' but engine and tender-cleanest case of runaway I ever seen. Now it ain't a bit o' fun to have a back-end collision any time, and 'specially when you have tu take refuge on top o' cars carrying dynamite as our'n often was, for them big oil wells we passed back aways. "\Vell, we stared awhile at that there light dancin' around the bends, an' mockin' every move we made, an' hangin' on to our steps as if never to be shook off; then, every mother's son of us shuffled fer anything we could get aholt of. Finally some geezer showed up with a big can o' lard his wife made him get fer her from a farmer over at Lewistown. Two of the boys laid down on the platform with long sticks smeared with the stuff, and when we slowed down as we struck the grade, they daubed them rails slick as butter. "That headlight didn't bother us no more, and after a while we backed down cautious like to see what was doin'. There the runaway was, on them greased rails, goin' like Sam Hill, only the wheels alone was movin', the rest was stopt deader 'an a door nail. That big blusterin' engine was harmless as a baby.


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"Now p'raps you don't see no point in this here anecdote ; but jest think it over a bit. A men without eddication gits along so fur, an' then he's stuck; an' no amount of rushin' and scramblin' is a goin' to git him beyont. He can go on a strugglin' same's before, but he's stuck, just the same. He can't do what he ain't made fer; the fault ain't his'n, jest merely circumstances. Ketch on? " " I guess so, Billy ; and perhaps I'll go back to college,-for another year, anyhow." Moved by sudden inspiration I added, "Then when I'm President, I'll make you Secretary of State." He did not deign to notice my irrevelant remark but energetically puffed at his pipe with firm conviction. Perhaps he was thinking of himself when he said, "The fault ain't his, just merely circumstances."

F. G. B.


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Necrology THADDEUS CRANE, '45

Died March

9, 1903.

WILLIAM CoRELL FLOWER, '72

Died March

9, 1903.

NATHANIEL OLIVER CoRNWALL, M.D., '39

Died March

30, 1903.

REv. NoBLE PALMER, '45

Died May

4, 1903.

HoN. CHARLEs ALLEN SuMNER, '56

Died January

31, 1903.

WHARTON BuTLER,

Died February

KANTARO TAKAMI,

Died March

'58

16, 1903.

'98

1, 1903.

HoN. CoLIN McRAE INGERSOLL, '39

Died September

13, 1903.

REv. EDWARD ANTHON, '51

Died September

15, 1903

WILLIAM CoLE BLACKMER

Died March 5,

1903.

REv. OLIVER SHERMAN PRESCOTT,

Died November

Louis Du PoNT LYLE,

Died November

'79

14, 1903.

REv. FRANCIS HARVEY BusHNELL,

Died January 7,

1904.

CHARLES WARREN DYAR, '72

Died January

'44

16, 1903.

10, 1904.

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Jfn :Memoriam

LOUIS MILTON ENSIGN CLASS OF 1907

DIED MAY

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Marriages Married in Manchester, Conn., July 8, 1903, Leroy Kilbourn Hagenon, M. D., '96, and Miss Gertrude Allison. Married at Sewaren, N. J., August 25, 1903, Rev. Orrok Paul Colloque, '99, and Miss Frances Shakleford. Married at Lebanon Springs, N. Y., August 9, 1903, Lieut. Edmund Kearsley Sterling, '99, and Miss Annie Wilson Post. Married at Cambridge, Mass., June 30, 1903, Rev. Charles William Henry, '99, and Miss Estelle Bray. Married at Salisbury, Conn., September 2, 1903, Ernest Leon Simonds, 'oo, and Miss Katherine L. Clark. Married at Madison, N. J., September 29, 1903, David Louis Schwartz, 'oo, and Miss Audrey Holmes. Married at Laconia, N.H., April 30, 1903, William Porter Niles, '93, and Miss Serena G. Sanders. Married in New York City, April 14, 1903, Howard Greenley, '94, and Miss Elizabeth Inness. Married in Hartford, April 22, 1903, Carrol Charles Beach, M. D., '96, and Miss Mary Bishop White. Married in Detroit, April 18, 1903, Alexander Kimball Gage, '96, and Miss Gertrude Mary Candler. Married in Philadelphia, June 6, 1903, Harry Archer Horner, 'oo, and Miss Mary Killikelly Morse. Married in Lowell, Mass., June 10, 1903, Thomas Burke Smith, M. D., '91, and Miss Elizabeth Rafter. Married in Wallingford, Conn., July 7, 1903, William Eugene Conklin, '93, and Miss Lilian Manger Harrison.


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Married in Roxbury, Mass., September 24, 1903, Horton Gregory Ide, '94, and Miss Grace Burton Hazlewood. Married in Schenectady, N.Y., November 4, Samuel Ferguson, '96, and Miss Ellen Margaret Price. Married at East Greenwich, R. 1., November 7, 1903, Delancey Walker Fiske, 'oo, and Miss Marie Constance Reed. Married in Washington, D. C., November 18, 1903, Macolm Stuart McConike, '92, and Miss Eleanor Berger Moran. Married in Hartford, November II, 1903, Arthur Reginald Van de Water, '01, and Miss Florence Anne Barbour. Married in San Francisco, Cal., Gordon Hall, '92, and Miss Alice Conway Bolton. Married February 3, 1904, John Sidney Davenport, Jr., '98, and Miss Louise Marguerite Warwick. Married in Brooklyn, N.Y., Rev. Roelif Hasbrouck Brooks, 'oo, and Miss Julia Stuart Loring.


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CLASS ANNUALS AND ARTISTIC PRINTING v


1bartford & 1R~w \]ork ttransportation (to. "HARTFORD L INE.'' NEW YORK OFFICE New Pier 19 E.a"t River

HAR. TFORD OFFICE Foot of State Street

Two New Twin- Screw Steel Steamers

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Captain, R. H. HILLS Steward, ALONZO H. CORWIN

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Monday, Wednesday

l! Friday Tuesday, Thursday l! Saturday

AT 5 P. M. UNTIL

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II

One Way $1.50 Deck Fare • • $1.15 Round Trip, good lor seas on • 2.50 Stale Room, one way 1.00 Children, 6 lo 12 years of age Hall Price Meals, each • • .50 E. S. GOODRICH, President. EDGAR L. SMITH, Sec"y and Ass't freas. C. C. GOODRICH, General Manager. E. B. WILLIAMS, Superintendent. GEO. C. HILLS, General Freight and Passenger Agent, New Pier 19 East River , N.Y. W . B. SMITH , New York A ~e nt, New Pier 19 East River, N.Y.

R.. F. GOODRICH, Local Agent, No. 285 State St. , HARTFORD, CONN. VI


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FREE-Send name and addf'ess on a postal card fo' ou' I 60 page lllustMied catalogue.

WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY

VII

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NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT.


Christopher Johnstone

PHOTO. PORTRAIT ARTIST Pen, Pen h. older and Ink in One A orinity of 'PerFection All Dealers Sell Th e m Ask for lJescdptive Booklets

45 Pratt St.

Hartford, Conn.

L. E. Waterman Company,

17 3 ll•·oruhrny

x .. ,,. Yorio, N. Y.

LISTEN, TRINITY MEN! In running your class book you will need these Advertisements. If you wish to get them you must patronize them now.

IT'S UP TO YOU! VIII


T. SISSON &

co.

DRUGGISTS CHEMICAL AND

PHYSICAL APPARA-

TUS, SPONGES,

CHAMOIS,

DUSTERS, ETC.

FEATHER

INTERIOR VARNISH-

ES AND WOOD FINISHING MATERIALS

Headqttarters G R IS W 0 L D'S

729 MAIN STREET

Allyn House Barber Shop

for

FAMILY SALVE

HARTFORD, CONN. Vibration Shampooing Vibration Head Massaging and Vibration Face Massaging

Trinity College Barber Shop

A. G. PERKINS Proprietor

158 ASYLUM

STREET

Hartford, Conn.

J. G. MARCH = = = = = Entratzces = = = == 783 MAIN ST. 36 PEARL ST. Room I, C01mecticzd Mutual Bttilding IX


Publisher of Ge nre Photographs and Reproductions of the Painting• in the Yale School of Fine Arts Medal at Chicago, Photographers' Ass'n of America, 1887 1st Prize, Buffalo, Photographers' Ass'n of America, 1891 1st Prize, Edward L. Wtlson, New York City,l892 Eastman Co., Rochester, New York,l893 Art Magazine Competition, 1st Prize, 1899-1900 Michigan State Association, 1897 - 1898 - 1899 World's Fair,l893 Paris, 1895 Munich, 1895 London, 1895 Pictures Hung Permanently in Art Galleries of Munich, Paris and London, 1895

HERBERT RANDALL PORTRAITURE. STUDIOS : New Ha-.en, Conn., 1062-1064 Chapel Street Hartford, Conn., Cor. Main and Pratt Streets Ann Arbor . Mich., Washington Block

THE HEUBLEIN

EU ROPEAN . . . . PLAN

J .mction of Lewis, Wells and T r u m l:t u ll S t r e e t s FACIN G BUS HNELL PARK

HARTFORD, CONN.

CO LLEGE WO RK A S PECIALTY

F. M. JOHNSON Leading Photographer 1039 MAIN STREET WE

EXC EL IN GRO UP WORK

AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS Located in tke business center, rorner Asylum and Trumbull Streets Electric Cars pass the door every two minutes Hotel Electric Bus meets all trains

ALLYN HOUSE Hartford, Connecticut American Plan, $3-50 to $5. 00 per day European Plan, $I.50 to $J .OO per day

ROSE.RT J. ALLYN, Proprietor JOHN J. DAHILL, • Manaser


Quality the Best

Prices the Lowest

ANYTHING

YOU

WANT

T!tat a Drug S t01路e should have you w i ll fin d at the

MARWICK DRUG STORES Cor. Asylum and Main Streets

Asylum and Ford Streets

CLARK & SMITH Printers 49

PEARL

STREET

HARTFORD, CONN.

PLIMPTON MFG. CO. High Grade Printing, Embossing and Half-Tone Work a Specialty. Plate- Printing and Engraving Envelopes and Blank Books of Every Description

HARTFORD, CONN. XI


HANLON & MURPHY Plumbing and Heating Electrical Engmeering and Construction Gas and Electric Light Fixtures 280 E. C. QUIGGLE Prest.

ASYLUM STREET,

A. M. WILSON V. Prest. It Treas.

R. D. BALDWI N Secy.

HARTFORD

Libby & Blinn Contractors for

-------The-------

Steam and Hot Water Heating

E. S. Kibbe Co. Wholesale 6rocers

.. and ..

Ventilating Apparatus

Tea, Coffee, Spices and Tobacco

FAN SYSTEM

"HELMET BRAND" Canned Goods

For Heating and Ventilating, a Specialty

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BOILERS

Contractors for tile lteating of the T rinity Natural H i story B uilding

149ml55 State St., Hartford, Conn. 164 State St.,

Hartford, Conn.

Send for Cats loeue N . B. BULL

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G . S. BULL

N. B. BULL & SON Hot Air and Hot Water Heaters WINTHROP RANGES - Plumbing and Ventilating a Specialty Tinware and House Furnishing Goods

Telephone 831-5

345 ASYLUM STREET XII

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11 and 13 Center Street

RUTLAND, VERMONT ESTABLISHED 1832

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED


ADMIRAL CAFE

PARSON'S Theatre Cafe

W. B. SMITH Proprietor

A First Class "Rathskeller" Private Dining Rooms and a most desirable re-

Schlitz, Milwaukee

sort for parties a fter the

Burton and Bass FROM THE WOOD

theatre.

W. H. LATHROP,

PROPRIETOR

The 路AL & ED

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REMEMBER to

Patroni z e

FINE WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS

ADVERTISERS Schlitz, Milwaukee and

and mention

THE

Kress S p e c i a 1 B r e w

"IVY"

0. L. Goodchilds 6 Co. 358 ASYLUM ST.

XIV


Twenty-One Green Houses in cultivation of Flowers

COOMBS

LEADING FLORIST Hartford, Conn.

688 Main Street,

The Largest and most Complete Flower Store in New England

When your check is overdue we would respectfully suggest to you that we have patronized your "Ivy," we believe, since 1890. Therefore we think we should have the preference.

COLLATERAL LOAN CO. 71 ASYLUM ST.-ROOM 10

MONEYADVANCEDLIBERALLYonDIAMONDSandJEWELRY

THE BEST QUALITY

Coal and Wood

MAY BE HAD AT

W. C. MASON & CO.'S 746 MAIN STREET

Successors to J. J. POOLE & CO.

WATER COLORS CARBON PRINTS ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING

WILEY'S ART STORE 684 MAIN STREET,

HARTFORD, CONN.

Over 1 000 Pictures always in stock PHOTOGRAVURES FACSIMILES XV


Leading Styles

Popular Prices

Toothaker Bros. P. H. Billings

TAILORS New Sage-Allen Buildi11g

HIGH-CLASS

TAILORING

902 MAIN STREET

Rooms 32, 33, 34, 35

Hartford, Conn. 11

Asylum Street

Hartford. Conn.

Worth Learning The merits of the celebrated Stein-Bloch Tailor Made ready-to-wear smart clothes for men. It is the exceptionally good quality of these clothes that has won over so many particular men from the custom tailors, and the good looks and "wearright" fabrics have made many satisfied customers for us. Stein-Bloch clothes cost one-half the price of the custom tailor's product. Knox Hats Custom Shirts Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases Athletic Clothing

Horsfall & Rothschild OUTFITTERS XVI


EST A BLISHED

1818

BROOKS BROTHERS Broadway,

Cor. 22nd Street,

New York

CLOTHING LIVERIES AUTOMOBILE GARMENTS and

REQUISITES HATS SHOES IMPORTED FURNISHINGS SHIRTINGS HOUSE GARMENTS LEATHER GOODS ETC. ETC.

Suits and Overcoats, ready-made and to measure, ranging in price from the medium to the more expensive. Covert Coats, Sandowns, Newmarkets, Scotch Ulsters and heavy and light weight Overcoats. Rain-Coats, Riding Breeches and Leggings, Hunting, Polo and Driving Outfits. English Neckwear, Pajamas and Shirtings. Breakfast Jackets, Dressing Gowns, Room Suits, Leather Trunks, Valises, Fitted Bags, Dressing Cases, Etc., Etc. We carry in o ur stock of ready-made clothing a line of clerical garments, subject to the usual discount to clergymen.

Catalogue co1daining over

ISO

illustrati01JS with prices mailed 01J request

XVII


a very essential factor in 'tailoring, is one of our "Strong- Points."

Sty1e

QUALITY MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP are just as essential. In combination, they are the Success of every Garment we Tailor. If you're ready for your next suit, let us

make it. You'll find here a pleasing variety of exclusive cloths to select from and our prices will please you more so.

UNITED STATES WOOLEN CO. Makers of Men's Clothes 835 MAIN STREET

HARTFORD, CONN.

CHARLES 0. STANLEY, Local Manager

xv:rrx


The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company 18 4 6

19 0 3

Received: For premiums, For interest, . For rents, . . . Balance profit and loss, Total receipts,

$227,347,886.89 94,594,772.79 9,887,073.16 1,015, 713.44

$332,845,446.28

It has paid Death claims for,

. . Endowments and annuities for, for surrendered Policies, for Dividends, .

$118,148,473.66 16,144,803.90 27,771,246.49 65,054,360.11

A total returned to policy-holders or their beneficianes, being 99.90 per cent. of the entire premiums received, It has paid for Expenses, Taxes, •

$227,118,894.16 30,893,826.78 11,621,196.45 269,633,917.39

T otal expenditures, It has additional assets,

$ 63,211,528.89 1'722,018.34

Total assets,

$ 64,933,547.23

Balances net assets, January 1, 1904,

Of the $227,347,886.8g which THE CoNNECTICUT MuTUAL has received from its policy -holders, it has returned to them or paid to their beneficiaries $227,1 r8,8g4.16 or gg.go per cent. What it has so paid back and what it still holds as security for policy contracts aggregates $2g2,052,44L39, or 128.46 per cent. of its receipts from policy-holders. This has been done at an expense ratio of only g.28 per cent. of the total receipts. JACOB L. GREENE

JOHN M. TAYLOR

Pre1ident

ALFRED T. RICHARDS General Agent

HERBERT H. WHITE

DANIEL H. WELLS

Secretary

Actuary

Vice-Pres•t.

ARTHUR R. THOMPSON

Special Agent Room 516. Company•a Building.

XIX

JAMES H. JARM AN Special Agent


1R~w ~ork

law S'bool 35 11assau Strtd, 11tw Vor~ <Iltll 1. Follows the Dwight Method of legal instruction, the method of that great teacher, Prof. Theodore W. DWight. 2. Gives thoroughly practical instruction, developing the principles of the law and the reasons upon which they rest. 3. Is in New Yerk City,-the best place to learn New York law and procedure,-the most desirable place in which to establish a lawyer's practice. Its location in the city affords an opportunity to attend the sessions of the courts, and also to gain practical experience in lawyers' offices, in connection with the law school study of legal principles. 4. Confers the degree of LL.B. in two years; of LL. M. in three years. 5. Has a Day School and also an Eveninc School. A student can attend either. Both are at the same address. 6. Had 850 students in attendance the past year (â&#x20AC;˘902-1903); of these 277 were college graduates. GEORGE CHASE, Dean 35 Nassau Street

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY,

MEDICAL DEPT.

The University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College

SESSION OF 1904 â&#x20AC;˘ 1905

The Session begins Thursday, September 29, I904, and continues for eight months. For the annual circular, giving requirements for matriculation, admission to advanced standing, graduat ion, and full details of the course, address Dr. Egbert LeFevre, 26th Street and First Avenue, New York. EDWARD D. JANEWAY, M. D. LL.D., Dea.n XX


99th Semi•Annual Financial Statement of the

PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Conn. JANUAI\. Y 1st, 1904 CASH CAPITAL, $2,000,000.00 Assets Available $6 8SJ 6 6 1 29 for Fire Losses , , • Assets Cash on Hand, in Bank and with Li&bllitles Agent•, - $1,144,353 18 ,2,000,000 00 State Stocks and Bonds, • 11.450 00 Cash Capital, 3Y5,798 95 Hartford Bank tltocks, 579.960 00 Reserve for Outstanding Losses, ~[iscellaneous .Bank :stocks, 4g6,863 00 Reserve for Re-Insurance, 2,750,668 49 Corporation 8 tot·ks and Bonds, 67U.439 50 Railroaj Stocks anrl Bon<ls, 3.008.822 50 Reaerve for nll other Claims and 126,177 32 Liabilities, • County, City and Water Bonds. 353.162 00 1,581.016 ~3 Real Estate, 339.675 82 NET SURPLUS, Loans on Collateral, 81,000 00 Real Estate Loans. 102.449 25 $6.853,661 29 TOTAL ASSETS, Accumulated Interest and Rents, 56.486 114 TOTAL CASH ASSETS, • $6,853,661 29 Surplus to Pollcy•H olders $3,581,016.53

Total Losses Paid since Orgaoizalion ol Company

$51,802,212.15

D. W. C . SKILTON J. H. MITCHELL EDW. MILLIGAN JOHN B. KNOX President Vice-President Secretary Ass't Secretary LOVEJOY & SPEAR, Managers Western Department, Cincinnati, Ohio. GEORGE H. TYSON, Manarer Pacific Department, San Francisco, Cal. J. W. TATLEY. Manager Canadian Department, Montreal, Canada. The Company's loss in Ballimore Conllatralion will no! exceed $325,000, being less !han one•lenlh OJ surplus lo policy·holdera.

PACIFIC DEPABTMENT: SAN FRANCISCO GEO. D. DoRNIN, Manager GEo. W. DoRNIN, Aas' t Manager

WESTERN DEPABTMENT: CHICAGO FRED S. JAMES, General Agent Gao. W. BLossoM. Ass't General Agent CRAB. RICHARDSON, 2d Ass't General Agent

1Rational firt tnsuranct ~~

TOTAL ASSETS JAN. 1, 1904 SURPLU~ FOR POLICY HOLDE.RS,

Frank W. Cheney James Nichols John R. Buck Henry C. Judd

~ompany

'tartforll, <tonn.

Directors Francis T. Maxwell Byron A. Simmons Chas. H. Briscoe Ralph H . Ensign

$1,463,828.59 2,823,258.93

Jas. P . Taylor H. A. Barbour Fred. S . James J, L. Blanchard

JAMES NICHOLS, President B. R. STILLMAN, Sec'y, H. A. SMITH, A.ss't Sec'y,

GULF DEPABTMENT: NEW ORLEANS R. L. EMERY, General Agent

SOUTHWESTERN DEPABTMENT: DALLAS TREZEVANT & CocHRAN, General Agents

XXI


Boston Loan Co.

Students!!!

;= = = Room 2 = = =

Patronize Advertisers

32 Asylum Street

College men know and the New Haven Umon says, apropos of term-end with its good-bys : "The question of what in the world to giv6 a fri'end at parting seems to have been solved by the publication of ,,,

,I

Songs of All the Colleges which is alike suitable for the collegian of -tile past; for the stud~nt of the present, and for the boy (or girt) ,with hopes; · also for_the musi~ loving sist~r,, and ·afellow~s be~t girL" ~.~ .. o.~ ,, .()/ (1 1:-fltrf\.. " Allth~ NEW songs, all tk~ OLD songs, ~!: 01~ r+t\ lll6 ~ "and t/z~ songs popular at all th~ toll~ges ; · ~0 • \ \)11"'-

AT

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ALL BOOK Ponpald, Sa.~o. '

w~kom~ grft .

in any lwm~ anywMr~. ') -

STORES

AND MUSIC

w _NIII o• aJirwai6JI tA•JIINisMn,

HINDS & NOBLE,

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Sa.ao Po.stpald. (

NEW YQRK CITY

_J)kJi•uru~r~llnu, Sl11t/Mid AU.-:-~~ q aiiJdiU!url a1 tnU • ' - ~

F. B. CUMMINGS First Class Livery and Boarding Stables Family Carriages To Let by Day or Month

Rear of Brown Stone Church XXII

Asylum Avenue


The Aetna National Bank of Hartford .IETNA LIFE BUILDING CAPITAL

DEPOSITS

SURPLUS AND PROFITS

$575,000

$525,000

ALFRED SPENCER, JR. APPLETON R. HILLYER W.D.MORGAN -

$3,000,000 President Vice Prest. Cashier

This Bank offers to Depositors every facility which their Balance, Business and Responsibility Warrant

OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US

~bart~r ~ak

1Rational1Sank DEPOSITARY OF THE UNITED STATES

Equitable Life

c.tapftal, $ 5 oo, 0 oo COR. ASYLUM

AND

'tartford,

TRUMBULL

Edward B. Barker

Assurance STS.

Society

c.tonn~dfcut

Safe Deposit Department Connected with the Bank

36 Pearl Street, Room 519

Hartford,

J. P. TAYLOR , PRBSIDEKT M. A. ANDREWS , CASHIER R. C. GLAZIER, ASST. CASHIER

XXIII

Conn.


N. J. GOODWIN, M. D.

s. H. W. Conklin

~

Co.

9 CENTRAL ROW

Dental Rooms ~TAKE ENTIRE CHARGE OF REAL ESTATE .

~WE NEGO 路

783 MAIN STREET T IATE

F I RST

MORTGAGE

L OANS .

~TRANSACT A GEN 路

ERAL INSURANCE BUS I NESS

CONN.

MUTUAL

=

BUILDING

GO TO THE =

BIG CIGAR STORE WM. H. POST CARPET CO. = = = for your = = =

CIGARS, TOBACCO AND

Carpetings. Rugs

B B B PIPES

W h o I e s a I e and R e t a i I

Wall Papers

= == Smoke ===

and Upholstery

"CROWN JEWELS"

FRANK H. CRYGIER 248 Asylum St.

Hartford Life Bldg.

ll9

XXIV

Asylum St.. HARTFORD. CONN.


The Johns-Pratt Co. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

VULCABESTON MOULDED MICA SACHS "NOARK" FUSES


The Barber Ink Co. Frank E . Johnson, Pres. Nathaniel G. Valentine, Vice-President William P. Barber, Sec'y and Treas.

HABENSTEIN The Caterer of Hartford

Manulacluren ol

.. Standard" Inks and Mucilage White Paste, Ammonia and Blueing

SOCIETY NOTES

Our Goodâ&#x20AC;˘ talk for us. If you are not using them a trial will convince you of their superiority over others. Quality and Price considered .......

That all social fuuctiotzs placed w:th the Habensteins receive Mrs. Habetzstein's personal attention. Her style is not stwpassed even by the N ew York Caterers.

Manufactory and Olfice

166 Pearl St., Hartford. Conn. Telephoae Coaaectloa

8os MAIN STREET

The Hartford Electric Light Co. AusTIN C. DuNHAM, President D. NEWTON BARNEY, Treasurer CuRTIS C. CooK, Secretary RoBERT W. RoLLINS, General Manager EDWIN F. LAWTON, Superintendent DR. W. L. RoBE, Consulting Engineer

Executive Office

266 Pearl Street Hartford, Conn. XXVI


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

Capital, $300,000

Surplus, $300,000

BANKING BUSINESS

Conducts a general banking business. Accounts opened and deposits received subject to check at sight. Accounts solicited. =========ALSO=========

SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS

The most capacious and impregnable in the city. One thousand safe boxes for rent at from $10 to $250 per annum, according to size Is authorized by its charter to act as trustee for individuals and corporations, executor or administrator of estates, guardian of minors, etc.

TRUST DEPARTMENT

ME IGS H. WHAPLES, P resident JoHN P. WHEELER, Treasurer HosMER P. REDFIELD, Assistant Treasurer HENRY S. RoBINSON, Secretary and Manager of Trust Department

XXVII


The Students' Resort

The CAPITOL POOL a.nd BILLIARD ... PAR.LORS Everything First-Class and Up·To·Date •••••

Ennis ClJ Stoppani Bankers and Brokers 38 BROAD STREET.

Strictly Temperate Popular Prices Eighteen Tables

NEW YORK

BRANCH OFFICE

HARTFORD. CONN.

141 to 145 ASYLUM

841 MAIN STREET

STREET

The Phocnix Mutual Life Insurance Co. OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Assets, $16,ooo,ooo Issues every desirable form of Policy

know1~

to Modern L ife Insurance

The Life, E ndowmmt and Anmeity Policy issued only by t!Jis Comp atey combitees P rotection , Itevestment, Provision for old age in one contract. S ample Policy, Rates, etc. , mailed ttpon appticatiote to t/ee Home Office

Jonathan B. Bunce. President John M. Holcombe. Vice-President Wilham A. Moore. Secretary A. A. Welch, Actuary and Assistant Secretary S. H. Cornwell. Assistant Secretary XXVIII


Charles L. Hubbard's

A. L. STARIN

PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY

traitor

Drugs Perfumes Confectionery Cigars Our Stock is Selected witlt Care attd P rices R ig ltt

1050

Chapel Street

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 407 Main St., cor. Capitol Ave.

THOROUGH INSPECTION

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co. ORGANIZED 1866

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

STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS / . M. ALL E N , President r867-I903

F . B. ALLEN, Vice-President J. B. PI E R CE, Secretary

L. B . BRAINER D , Treasurer L. F. MIDDL EBROOK, A sst. S ecretary XXIX


cztompliments of

~bt

J;artforb 1!ift Jfngurantt Cleo. ~artfortJ,

qtonntttftut

cztbarteren 1866

Executive Office: Home Office :

68

WILLIAM

HARTFORD, CoNNECTICUT

ST.

NEw YoRK, N. Y. ORGANIZED

1897

Bonds and Undertakings Plate Glass and Burglary Insurance Blanks and Rates on Application

AGENCIES IN ALL LARGE CITIES Correspondence Invited XXX


Class and Fraternity Pins Diamonds

Gemmill Burnham & Co.

Watchei

Merchant Tailors

Rich Jewelry

Manu!actoren and Retailera of =

Fine Ready Made Clothing

Henry Kohn & Sons 64, 66 and 68 Asylum St. 890 MAIN STREET

Hartford, Connecticut

Leading Jewelers of Connecticut

Full Dress Suits For Rent

THE lETNA NATIONAL BANK OF HARTFORD, CONN. Surplus and Profits

Capital

$525,000.00

$575,000.00 Deposits

$3,000,000.00 Banking House, 644-648 Main Street lETNA LIFE BUILDING

Officers A. SPENCER, JR., Preaident A. R. HILLYER, Vice-Prcoident W. D. MORGAN, Cashier

Directors HON. MORGAN G. BULKELEY Pres't lEtna Life Insurance Co., Ex-Governor State of Connecticut APPLETON R. HILLYER, Vice-President JAMES B. CONE, Hartford ALFRED SPENCER, JR., President MORGAN B. BRAINARD, Hartford A. G. LOOMIS, Vice-Pres' t National City Bank, New York WM. R. C. CORSON, Hartford

This

Bm~k

offers to Depositors every fa cili ty whiclt their balances, business and responsibili ty warra1d,


Saloll'lon l!J DeLeuvv CIGARS, PIPES and TOBACCO All the Leading Brands and Novelties

Pipe Repairing a Specialty 7 ASYLUM STREET

F. F. SEINSOTH South End Pharmacy STOP AND SEE JAK'S BIRDS

NEAREST FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE TO TRINITY COLLEGE

11-15 Main Street Opposite Barnard Park

P. 0. Station No. 5

XXXII


L. L. STODDARD C. S. HILLS & CO. =

DEALER IN =

Cigars, Tobacco

High-Class

and Cigarettes

Dry Goods

College Class Pipes A Specialty MEN ' S AND WOMEN ' S

940 Chapel Street NEW HAVEN

FURNISHINGS

PURE = = DELICIOUS

Confectionery

______ __....../

I

J

In Great Variety Made Fresh In Our

Own

Kitchen

EVERY DAY

We put up very attractive pack• ages In fancy boxes to order

Newton Robinson C!J Co. 369·315 Ca.pitol Avenue

338-342 Asylum Street

XXXI II


"So we'll go no more aroving, So late into the nig ht." Crider 'o7

ROBERT GARVIE MAX LATER U:uccessor to William A. Garvie)

DEALER IN

New and Second=Hand CLOTHING

PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER

135 Front Street Hartford, Conn. Gas Fixtures a Specialty

No. 12 Mulberry Street

Payins Hlshest Cash Prices for whatever Cast off Clothin& you may have to dispose of .tl II .tl

Hartford. Conn.

DROP ME A POSTAL CARD GIVING YOUR ADDRESS AND I WILL CALL ON YOU

"JOE" MOTTO Calhoun Show Print THE TRINITY FRUIT MAN

HARTFORD, CONN. MAKE

The Finest Fruit in the City Cigars and ConfectionerY

Posters, Window Cards Cloth Signs /iJ /iJ /iJ /iJ

In your Collese Colors, for

All the Latest Magazines

Base Ball, Foot Ball, Athletic Meets and Everything Doing

NEARER TO COLLEGE THAN ALL THE OTHERS Maple A venue and Congress Street

WRITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES

"Born but to banquet and to dratn the bowl." Jones 'os. :XXXIV


"And deal d amnation routzd the lattd." Roberts '05.

S. Steiner & Co. 25-29 Temple Street

p ur e D r ugs REASONABLE PRICES

HEADQUARTERS

FOR

Imported Beers

GOOD SERVICE

Chops. Steaks, Welch Rarebits and Imported Delicatessen a Specialty

Pike Drug Store 269 Park St.

25-29 TEMPLE STREET

A Little Money Spent in our Picture-Framing Department will bring results that will be Satisfactory to you

The Boardman's Livery Stable, Inc.

New Mouldings High-Grade Work Small Cost

Successor to = = = = = = I

Chauncey B. Boardman

The Bonner-Preston Co.

H 1G H

GRADE

COACH SERVICE

Cameras Photo Supplies Art Materials and Pyrography

8.n Main Street

Hartford, Conn.

Hartford, Conn.

356-358 Main Street HARTFORD

"Hell grew darker at thetr frown." Missionary Society. XXXV


'' Thott art the Mars of malcontents. '' Duffee 'os.

ELASTIC HOSE piONEERS in the Knee Caps and Anklets STOVE, RANGE FURNACE and TINNING BUSINESS

FOR THE SUPPORT OF

Varicose Veins, SwelJed Limbs, Weak. Joints, Sprains, Etc.

Local Representatives of the Celebrated

Made of Stout Silk, Medium Silk, Linen and Cotton

STERLING RANGE THAT "HAS NO EQUAL"

========'T R U S S E s,========

C. P. GLADDING J.C.McManus&Sons Successor to S. Goodrich & Co. Druggists

344, 348

1 2 o3-5 M A I N S T R E E T Main Street

.P. H.S J TEt

WE.WANT \

TltBE YOU~!

~we

Plumbing Gas Fitting

ENS~ · 12ASYLUM .ST.

- - ~ ~ ' DN£DDDRW£STOrMAIN

Jewelry, Cut Glass and Sterling Silver

Our display is both novel and very attractive and they are not priced at that "exclusive" figure which their rich appearance would seem to warrant. We invite your Special Attention to Our Store

"The rankest compou11d of villanous smell that ever offended nostril." "Bug- Lab." XXXVI


'' 0 what may mat~ within him hide Tll mtg h angel on the otttward side."

Gostenlw/er 'as.

HE bicycle business comes to the man who has the courage to carry a little stock. The experience of successful bicycle dealers has proved this.

Pope Manufacturing Company Hartford, Conn.

Eastern Department

"A very valiant tre1zcher ma11.'' Clement 'os. XXXVII


He is of a very melancholy disposition. Harriman '05.

IDECORATIONS I 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

II

I

FLAGS

I

I

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 Fla~s a Specialty

SIMONS & FOX 240 ASYLUM STREET

A very g-entle beast and of a g-ood cot1science. Pelton '05.

:u::xvur


God made him, and therefore let him pass fo r a matz. Ewing 'os.

Advanced and thorough methods of instruction. A broad and comprehensive curriculum. Exceptionally high standard results in small classes and makes possible unusually extensive laboratory and clinical facilities ; upwards of 50,000 hospital and dispensary patients being annually available for purposes of clinical instruction. For information and catalogue apply to FRANK C. RICHARDSON, M.D., Registrar 685 Boylston Street

.!llyn

Boston, Mass .

1bous~

lSarb~r

Shop

!\. G. ~~rkins JProprldor

158 .ISYIIIm Stmt

-n,arttord, <tonn~ctfcut I am not in tlte roll of common m en. M cilvaine '04. XXXIX


"With just enough OJ learning to 11Lisquote." Sherwood 'os.

s • LOLB Outfitte~

University In

Sporting

6oods

and

Men's

Furnishings

803 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn.

SIMMONS' $3.50 SPECIAL FOOTWEAR ' EXCLUSIVE HOSIERY

In designing our $3.50 Specials for men, we followed our own ideas of what an elegant shoe should be. We bring out in this popular line all the new features, the Smart leathers, the fine points of a shoe that please the well dressed man. Whatever the vogue in footwear, it may be found in our own reliable $3 .50 Special. The aim of our hosiery department is to supply "different" effects-exclusive colorings, swell weaves, out of the ordinary designs.

THE W. C. SIMMONS' CO. 901 Main Street Corner Pratt

CONNECTICUT

ttb~

.mutual

AGENCY

:m~n~fit lif~ 1nsuranc~ ~o. OF NE.WARK N. J.

AR. THUR. J.

BIRDS E. YE.

STATE AGENT 11 · 2 1ST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING

XL


"The half part o.f a blessed man." Comtette 'o6.

XLI


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