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Local News. The game with Exeter, June 5, was

was born to Instructor and Mrs. celled on account of rain.

Leo R. Lewis on Wednesday, June 19. The

TUFTONIAN extends its congratulations to the By vote of the Faculty the Senior vacation

happy parents. of Class-day week is abolished.

The Miner fellowship in biology has been The baseball team had a group picture taken

awarded to Frederick Dayton Lambert, '94, on the steps of Barnum Museum, June 10.

and the Olmstead fellowship to Guy Monroe The “Reserves” visited Dean Academy Winslow, '95. June 1, and met defeat by a score of 10 to 9.

Instructor Charles St. Clair Wade is spendMiss Dolbear gave an informal reception ating the vacation in France, in studying the her home on Professors' Row Friday evening, French language. He sailed some time before June 7

college closed. O. F. Lewis sailed for Europe Saturday,

The Barnum Museum received a very valJune 22. He will spend the summer studying uable and strong addition to its collection on in Paris.

Class-day. The class of '96 presented it with

a codfishus odiferus. Tufts had no game June 8. Efforts to obtain a game with Newton A. A. and Somer- Walker, D. S., '97; Pierce, '96; Lane, ville Reds failed.

Potter, '98; Hall, '96; and Merrill, '96, At a meeting of the baseball team June 18, University Law School, at Young's Hotel.

recently played at the banquet of the Boston E. F. Corridan, '96, was elected baseball captain for next season.

The press representatives on the Hill next

year will probably be O. H. Smith, '96, Herald, The Kappa chapter of Zeta Psi enjoyed an and Associated Press; A. K. Lane, Globe; R. evening's ride to Lexington, June 7. A sup

K. Marvin, '96, Journal, and W. H. Belcher, per was on the program.

'96, Standard. The Kappa charge of Theta Delta Chi vis

President Capen, Rev. Dr. Rugg, and ited Harvard, June 7, and defeated the Iota

Messrs. W. H. Sherman and Thomas H. charge 13 to 12 at baseball.

Armstrong have been appointed the committee P. A. Austin, formerly of '96, now attending from the trustees to have charge of the Brom

field-Pearson School. the New York Dental College, spent the week of Class-day with friends on the Hill.

The ushers on Class-day were Pindar, '96, A proposition has been considered by the

Holbrook, '96, Green, '97, Hill, '97, Davis, '97, trustees to provide for a professor of music.

and Sanford, '97. The ushers for CommenceThe matter was referred to a committee. ment Day and the baccalaureate sermon were

Jordan, '96, Hayward, '96, Belcher, '96, Hill, On Class-day the engagement was announced '97, Green, '97, and Williams, '97. of Joseph Henry Saunders, '95, of Everett, and Miss Carrie Hunter Sibley, '97, of Spencer.

At a recent meeting of the class of '98 it

was voted to do absolutely no hazing, next For various reasons

some of the inter-fra- year, as a class. Another motion, that the ternity games had to be cancelled. The first class adopt a class cane, was also carried. place lies between Zeta Psi and Delta Upsilon. Sweet, Cole, and Cousens were appointed as a

committee on canes. Samples have been proThe advisory committee, at its last meeting cured from several firms, and if the plans of of the year, approved the election of D. F. Dil- the committee are carried out the canes will lon, '96, as baseball manager for the coming appear on the Hill at the beginning of next year,

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One of the last acts of the late Dr. A. A.

The following elections and appointments Miner was to transfer the sum of $1,800, which have been made for the ensuing year : Walter he held as trustee of Wendell Phillips Memo- Channing, M.D., professor of mental diseases ; rial Fund, to the trustees, to found a Wendell Frederick L. Jack, M.D., professor of otology ; Phillips memorial scholarship in oratory. Thomas M. Durell, M.D., professor of legal

At a recent meeting of the Reading-Room medicine ; Charles St. C. Wade, A.M., instrucAssociation it was voted to petition the trus

tor in French; Frank G. Wren, instructor in

mathematics. tees for $200, to be taken from the assessment of $10 a student, which is to be levied next year for student purposes, mainly in the interests

The annual business meeting of the Glee of athletics.

and Mandolin Clubs was held Monday, June 10,

in Ballou Hall. The officers elected were: Professor David L. Maulsby, of the depart- W. H. Belcher, '96, president; F. L. Peirce, ment of literature, had a communication some '98, vice-president; C. B. Green, '97, secretime ago asking if he would consider an offer

tary ; G. C. Pierce, '96, manager ; A. K. of the presidency of Clinton Liberal Institute, Lane, leader of Glee Club; A. E. Shipman, Fort Plain, New York. The professor is '97, leader of Mandolin Club; A. L. Bailey, satisfied to remain at Tufts.

special, G. E. Daniels, '98, and F. P. BarThe library has recently received a valuable ker, '98, auditors, and M. H. Merrill, '96, gift of books from the library of the late member of musical committee. It was voted Richard Frothingham, donated by his son,

to organize a banjo club, but no leader was Thomas G. Frothingham. Richard Frothing

elected. ham was one of the first trustees of the college and the author of many historical and biograph

At the annual meeting of the Mathetican ical works.

Society, the following officers were elected :

president, R. K. Marvin, '96; vice-president, The Prohibition Club met, May 16, and E. D. Sabine, ’96; secretary, E. B. Stevens, elected officers : president, M. C. Ward; vice- '96, and treasurer, A. B. Start, '97. It is inpresident, D. A. Ball; secretary, Olive J. tended by the members of the society to revive Amies; treasurer, G. L. Thompson. The the Mathetican next year by taking in several club now numbers eighteen members. Mr. prominent society and non-society men and by Ward is to attend the convention of the engaging lecturers to appear under the auspices National I. C. P. A., Cleveland, Ohio, July 2, 3, of the Mathetican. This society will also be 4, as delegate from the Massachusetts college the means of developing the orators to represent clubs.

Tufts in the intercollegiate debates, and it is The regular meeting of the Tufts College consequently expected that the former interest Athletic Association was held in Ballou Hall

, in the Mathetican will return. Tuesday, June 4. D. F. Dillon, '96, was elected baseball manager, and C. B. Green, '97, The class of '95, at a meeting held June 10, assistant manager.

H. W. Holbrook, '96, C. voted to form a permanent class organization, A. Browning, '97, and W. S. Parks, '97, were and elected the following officers : president, elected as undergraduate members of the advi- H. P. Frank; vice-president, C. L. Ricketts; sory committee. The following amendment secretary and treasurer, J. F. Sheldon. The was added to the Constitution, regarding the organization begins its career with $50 in the duties of the advisory committee : “ It shall treasury. The managers of the “'95 Song direct the collection and expenditure of all Book” made a report at the same meeting. The

a monies, and the managers shall be personally class then voted to establish a '95 library fund. responsible for all expenditures not sanctioned Twenty-five dollars in money, one hundred and by the advisory committee.An amendment twenty-five song-books, and all the plates are to the effect that the managers of the football to be given to the library, and the money reand baseball teams be two of the undergraduate ceived by the sale is to be used in the purchase members of the advisory committee failed to of new books for the library. Each member go through,

in the class is also allowed five song-books.

The baseball team closed what promised to made some time ago was credited to him. be a brilliant season with a poor exhibition of Some of the results are, weight, 171 pounds; baseball on the home field, Thursday, June 13. lung capacity, 280 cubic inches ; strength of Holy Cross was the opposing team, and won back, 7324 pounds; strength of legs, 1,254 easily, by a score of 12 to o.

The return pounds; number of dips, 50; number of pulls, game, which was scheduled for June 15, was 29; total strength, 354,772 pounds. cancelled by Manager J. H. Saunders.

It will doubtless be of interest to know At a meeting of the directors of the Tur

whither the '95 men will hie themselves during TONIAN Publishing Association, June 18, the plans and estimates of the editor and business

the next year. Averell, Barney, Craig, Folsom, manager of the TUFtonian for the publication Godfrey, E. P. Clarke, and Smith will follow the of a weekly and a monthly were heard and dis- pursuit of teaching. Barney will be at the Rut

land Classical Institute, Rutland, Vermont; cussed. It was unanimously voted to authorize the editorial board to carry out the pro- Folsom, at Westbrook Seminary ; E. P. Clarke,

Craig, at Cascadilla School, Ithaca, New York; posed plans. The scheme provides for a

at the National College for Deaf Mutes, weekly eight-page news-sheet, and a monthly Washington, District of Columbia

. C. D. literary journal, similar, for the present at least, Clark will study at

Clark will study at the Empire Theatre to the present TUFTONIAN in size and form. The change will be put into effect at the

Dramatic School, New York City; Chess

more, at the University of Vermont Medical beginning of the next college year.

College ; Frank, at Harvard Law School. Henry R. Nash, '97, variously styled as “ The Saunders will also study medicine. Dunham Tufts Strong Man,” and “ The College Hill will enter upon journalistic work, and Fobes, Samson,” at a physical examination held June Ricketts, Sheldon, and Lynde will take up II in the “Gym.,” established a new strength a business career. Some faces will be seen record far above his old one, and exceeding on the Hill next year: Eaton, at the Divinity Harvard's by over 440 pounds. As the com- School; Winslow, who will continue work in petition arranged for between representatives of biology, and Larrabee. George, Page, Johnthe different colleges did not come to pass, Nash ston, and Ireland will take up engineering. tried alone, to establish a new record. But The Divinity School men will all occupy pulfor an accident to the apparatus, the mark pits next year : Blair, at Hinsdale, New Hampreached would surely have been surpassed. In shire; Cardall, in Michigan; Cobb, at East the leg test Nash gave a mighty heave, and the Montpelier, Vermont; Smith, at Annisquam; handle of the machine, a piece of solid white Tilling hast, at Providence, Rhode Island; oak, was snapped like a pipe-stem. The mark Wells, at Felchville, Vermont; Butler, at could not be ascertained, and an inferior lift Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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TUFTS, '97, 22. TUFTS, '98, 9.

Runs made by Crowley (3), Hewitt (5), Williams

(3), Butterfield (3), Richardson (2), Hill (2), Ray (2) On Tuesday, June 4, the annual Freshman

Russell, Parks, Cole (2), Richardson (2), Smith, PatSophomore baseball game took place on the new terson (2), Christian, Bates.

Earned runs : '97, 10; field. The Freshman team was a disappoint- 98, 2. Two-base hits : Russell (2), Hewitt. Stolen

bases : Crowley, Hewitt (3), Williams, Hill, Parks, Harment to many; in spite of excellent material in

wood (3), Patterson (2), Cole (3), Christian, Smith (5). the class of '98, the team which represented First base on balls : Richardson, Hill, Ray (2), Parks, her made but a poor showing ; '97 led through- Harwood (2), Cole, Bates, Christian (2), Walker (2.) out the game.

Struck out : Crowley, Hewitt, Richardson, Russell,

Harwood, Patterson (2), Bates (3) Arnold (4), Walker. Innings .

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Hit by pitched ball : Hewitt. Passed balls : PatterTufts, '97

son (2). Time of game : 2 hours, 30 minutes. Umpire : Tufts, '98 4

9 Johnston, Tufts. Attendance : 200.

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THE TUFTONIAN.

VOLUME XXI.

INDEX TO TITLES.

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After the Storm (Poetry). R. K. Marvin, '96. 17
Alumni Notes. O. H. Smith, '96

11, 24, 25, 39, 40, 53, 54, 67, 68, 81, 82, 95, 96,
110, 111, 123, 124, 125, 136, 137, 152, 163, 164,

178, 179, 193, 194.
Alumni Notes. E. R. Sampson, '96 206, 207
Alumni Dinner. O. H. Smith, '96
Ano (Poetry). Professor D. L. Maulsby 173
Arlington at Sunset (Poetry). Anon

188
Art of Ancient Egypt, The. E. R. Sampson,'96, 170

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Entering Class, The. H. C. Folsom, '95
Exchanges. R. K. Marvin, '96.

7, 8, 21, 22, 37, 38, 51, 52, 64, 65, 79, 93, 94,

108, 135, 136, 149, 150, 161, 175, 176, 191, 192
Exchanges.
A. B. Start, '97 ·

223
First Martyr, The. F. M. Lynde, '95
Football. J. F. Sheldon, '95

27, 41, 42
W. S. Parks, '97

14
E. C. Craig, '95 ·

14
Glee Club's Spring Trip, The. J. H. Saunders,

166
Glee Club Trip, The Guy C. Pierce, '96
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83
Goddard Chapel (Poetry). R. K. Marvin, '96 .

174
Impression, An (Poetry). Clara Ransom, '98 · 203
Impressions of Holy Week. E. D. Sabine, '96. 76
Indoor Meet. E. c. Craig, '95 ·

'95

Baccalaureate Sermon. President E. H. Capen,'60, 216
Baseball. J. H. Saunders, '95 ·

168, 180, 181, 195, 196, 209, 210
Belfry, The.
Anon.

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Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford. I. R.
Bancroft, '98.

147
Brown and Blue, The. 0. H. Smith, '96. 167

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Cause of War between Japan and China. Konosuke
Ohata, '96. .

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Change of Mind, A (Poetry). A. K. Lane, Sp., 190
Chapel Oration.
E. C. Craig, '95

213
Christmas. Stillman Shaw, '93

72
Class Ode. Ashley A. Smith, '95

215
Class-day. A. B. Start, '97

213
Co-educational Episode, A. 0. H. Smith, '96 184
Commencement Day. W. R. Ransom, '98
Communication. A. B. Start, '97
Conversion of St. Osric. Anon

132
Cycling through Europe. J. Harner Wilson, '96,

86, 116, 142
Departmental Work. J. H. Saunders, '95 ...
Departmental Work, English Literature and Ora-
tory. W. H. Belcher, '96 .

134
Departmental Work, Chemistry. F. H. Webster,
'94

148
Despair. Stillman Shaw, '93

35
Dickens as a Novelist. Miss E. L. Hodge, '97 · 64
Divinity School Notes.

A. E. Bartlett, '97

J. D. Tillinghast, '95.
23, 38, 52, 66, 80, 94, 108, 109, 122, 150, 151,

162, 176.
Divinity School Notes. G. L. Thompson, '97. 226
Dreams of Youth, The (Poetry). C. N. Barney,
'95 ..:

75
Dr. Owen's Discoveries. C. H. Patterson, '87

173
Dull Routine (Poetry). A. K. Lane, Sp. 174

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Lecture, Mr. Skinner's. H. C. Folsom, '95

190
Light Divine, The (Poetry). R. K. Marvin, '96, 159
Literary Notices. C. N. Barney, '95 . 28, 84, 98
T. Whittemore

181
Local News. S. B. Johnson, '96

12, 13, 26, 27, 40, 41, 54, 55, 56, 68, 69, 70,
82, 83, 97, 111, 112, 125, 126, 138, 139, 140,

153, 154, 165, 166, 179, 180, 194, 195.
Local News. R. B. Sanford, '97

12, 13, 26, 27, 40, 41, 54, 55, 56, 68, 69, 70,
82, 83, 97, III, 112, 125, 126, 138, 139, 140,

153, 165, 166, 179, 180, 194, 195.
Local News W. H. Belcher, '96 207, 208, 209

J. A. Cousens, '98 207, 208, 209
Love's Defiance (Poetry). R. K. Marvin, '96. 120
Love's Vision (Poetry). C. N. Barney, '95 35
Marshlands in Winter (Poetry). Marcia M.
Selman, Sp.

146
Matthew Arnold, the Poet. A. A. Smith, '95 · 129
Medical School Notes. R. W. Peirce, '94

J. F. Ryan, '96

23, 24, 39, 53, 67, 80, 81

C. S. Gilman, '96
94, 95, 109, 110, 123, 136, 151, 152,

162, 163,
177.
Memorable Murder, A. R. K. Marvin, '96 44
Messengers.
Anon

86
Oliver Wendell Holmes. W. S. Small, '94

16
Pessimist and Optimist (Poetry). C. N. Barney,
'95 ·

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Editorials. C. N. Barney, '95. .

1, 2, 3, 15, 16, 29, 30, 43, 44, 57, 58, 71, 72, 85,
86, 99, 100, 141, 142, 155, 156, 169, 170, 183,

184.
Editorials. W. R. Dunham, '95 · ·

113, 114, 115, 116, 127, 128
0. H. Smith, '96. 197, 198, 199, 211, 212
88-'93. 0. H. Smith, '96. .

137
Emperor, The (Poetry). C. N. Barney, '95 · · 47

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Phi Beta Kappa. 0. H. Smith, '96 ...
Photograph, To.a (Poetry.)..D, B. Hayward, Sp., 188
Picture from Tennyson.
E. C. Craig, '95 · ·

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Ralph Roister Doister. Chas. St. C. Wade, '94, 156

O. H. Smith, '96. .
Reading-room of the British Museum, The. C.
J. Snow, '94

133
Reverie. Stillman Shaw, '93

17
Rhymes of the Centuries. Professor W. R. Shipman, 102
Russell Lecture, The. Harry C. Folsom, '95 6
Sarnus and Hipponax. Anon
Silas White of Smithville. G. P. Ireland, '95 50
Silent Cliff. 0. H. Smith, '96

30
Sister Constance. Sadie C. Winch, Sp.

203
Socrates. H. C. Folsom, '95

92

Sunset Hour, The (Poetry). May Wilson, '98, 174
Taking of the Bastille, The. S. P. Capen, '98, 174

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To Miss N — (Poetry). Anon
Tree Oration. C. N. Barney, '95

214
Tufts Beats Harvard. C. N. Barney, '95 . 169
Tufts College Publications. Edwin A. Start, '84, 205
Tufts Songs. E. C. Craig, '95

84
Twilight at Mt. Desert (Poetry). John Eills, '97, 6
Two Children. Florence L. Cross, '97.

156
Valentine, A (Poetry). C. C. Stroud, '94 133
What's in a Woman? Sumner Clement, '94 . . 105
Willows of the Assabet, 'The. A. B. Start, '97, 223
Witchcraft in Salem. Miss L, M, Gardner, '97,
Woods Holl Laboratory. Professor J. S. Kingsley, 100

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Tufts Songs
Indoor Meet
Chapel Oration

Cross, FLORENCE L., '97.
Two Children

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The Belfry

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Messengers

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Conversion of St. Osric

132
Sarnus and Hipponax .

188
To Miss N-7 (Poetry)

158
Arlington at Sunset (Poetry)

188
BANCROFT, R., '98.
Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford .

147
BARNEY, C. N., '95.
Editorials, 1, 2, 3, 15, 16, 29, 30, 43, 44, 57, 58, 71,

72, 85, 86, 99, 100, 141, 142, 155, 156, 169,

170, 183, 184.
Literary Notices

28, 84, 98
Love's Vision (Poetry)

35
The Emperor (Poetry)

47
Pessimist and Optimist (Poetry)

49
The Dreams of Youth (Poetry)
Tufts Beats Harvard

169
Tree Oration

214
BARTLETT, A. E., '97.
Divinity School Notes .

BELCHER, W. H., '96.
Local News .

207, 208, 209
Departmental Work, English Literature and Oratory, 134

CAPEN, S. P., '98.
The Taking of the Bastille

174
CAPEN, PRESIDENT E. H., '60.
Baccalaureate Sermon

216
CLEMENT, SUMNER, '94.
What's in a Woman?

105
Cousens, J. A., '98.
Local News : : : :

207, 208, 209
CRAIG, E. C., '95.
Football

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A Picture from Tennyson

34
Jane Underhill

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GILMAN, C. S., '96.
Medical School, 94, 95, 109, 110, 123, 136, 151, 152,
162, 163, 177.

HAYWARD, D. B., Sp.
To a Photograph (Poetry).

HODGE, Miss E. L., '97.
Dickens as a Novelist

64
IRELAND, G. P., '95.
Silas White of Smithville

50
JOHNSON, S. B., '95.
Local News, 12, 13, 26, 27, 40, 41, 54, 55, 56, 68,

69, 70, 82, 83, 97, 111, 112, 125, 126, 138, 139,
140, 153, 154, 165, 166, 179, 180, 194, 195.

KINGSLEY, PROFESSOR i. S.
The Woods Holl Laboratory

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