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for "Athletics." There was an orchestra, with Sherwood at the piano, and there was a general service of song which is said by the daily papers to have attracted an eager audience outside the hotel. Fourteen Holworthy presented its usual appearance on Commencement Day, and dealt in good cheer and hospitality. The business meeting consisted of an approval of accounts. A pleasant feature of the day was the call of Mr. Joseph Jefferson, whom Russell brought with him, and who made an exceedingly bright and witty speech in response to an informal toast to his good health. As Russell observed, "We didn't count that one." - Let the Class remember that in '97 we celebrate our 20th

anniversary, and that we want every member here who can possibly come. -A. M. Sherwood and E. D. Morgan received the degree of A. B. out of

course on Commencement.

Harold Whiting, with his wife and four children, was lost at sea, May 27 last, in the foundering of the S. S. Colima, bound from San Francisco to Panama. He was born at Roxbury, May 13, 1855. After graduation made Physics his specialty; received an A. M. at Harvard in 1878, and a Ph.D. in 1884. Was instructor in

Physics, 1883-91. Then accepted a position at the University of California. Was on his way home, for good, with his family. Married, June 4, 1884, Julia Dana. A memorial service was held in the First Church, Cambridge, on June 28. He published a book on Physical Measurement in 1890.


Jos. C. WHITNEY, Sec.

P. O. Box 3573, Boston.

at the University Club on June 25. - Dr. C. Harrington has been reappointed health inspector of milk and vinegar for Boston. On May 16, Lewis Hancock addressed the Texas Bankers' Association, at Galveston, Tex., on the silver question. His address, "Golden Facts and Silver Fiction," has been issued in pamphlet form for circulation by the advocates of sound money.



Buffalo, N. Y.

The Secretary has just issued a Class Report, in editing which he had the assistance of Walter Cary. During Philosophical Department pursued, in the summer, Dr. Benjamin Rand of the the library of the British Museum, his investigations of philosophical manuscripts and literature.-H. P. Amen, who has been principal of the Riverview Military Academy, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., has been appointed principal of Phillips Exeter Academy.


FREDERIC ALMY, Sec. 24 Niagara St., Buffalo, N. Y. T. Roosevelt, who was recently appointed police commissioner of New York city, was elected Overseer, and R. Bacon was reelected on Commencement.-C. H. Morss has been made superintendent of schools at Medford. W. A. Pew has been elected colonel of the 8th Regiment of Massachusetts militia. - W. B. Clark received his A. B. on Commencement. – A. B. Hart has been appointed by Gov. Greenhalge a commissioner for the Mass. Nautical Training School; he is also treasurer of the

Forty members of the Class dined newly founded American Historical

Review.A. K. Muzzey is a member of the firm of Jones & Muzzey, brokers, at Syracuse, N. Y.-More than 60 members attended the Class dinner at the Brunswick, Boston, on Commencement eve. W. A. Gaston presided. T. Roosevelt responded to the toast "Athletics; " H. Bond, "Law;" B. Gilman, "Theology;" S. Billings, "Teaching ;" F. E. Whiting, "The Press; " H. Jackson, "Medicine; " F. F. Dodge, "The Class Baby." The Secretary's 5th report was issued on Commencement.



3818 Delmar Ave., St. Louis, Mo. G. A. Gordon received the degree of D.D. on Commencement. F. T. Knight was graduated from the Hartford Theological Seminary in June. G. A. Stearns is about to open a school for girls in Worcester.-M. Tilden is spending the year in Germany. - The fifth report of the Secretary will be issued in June, 1896, and the Class will celebrate its 15th anniversary by a dinner. — Seaverns has been spending the summer in Boston, after twelve years' absence in England. — At last accounts Slater had reached San Francisco on his voyage round the world. Curtis Guild is to preside at the Mass. Republican State Convention. C. MacVeagh has returned from California, and expects to resume law practice in New York this autumn.


HENRY W. CUNNINGHAM, Sec. 89 State St., Boston. The Secretary will issue a report this autumn, and will call upon every member of the Class for a short sketch of himself. Owen Wister has been

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The Secretary is slowly getting a Class Report under way, having been handicapped by illness during the past few months. Those of the unregenerate whose guilty eyes shall chance to meet this summons, are urged to answer immediately the neglected circulars. Information is earnestly desired regarding W. H. Garrison, W. C. Jennings, Raymer Sharp, Alfred Tonks, A. J. Weston, and R. D. Wilson.H. A. Andrews has taken a position at Atlanta, Ga., as manager of the Corona Coal Co., a branch of the Corona Coal and Coke Co., of Birmingham, Ala. — J. R. Brackett, as chairman of the Committee on Charity Organizations, delivered an address at the 22d annual meeting of the National Conference of Charities and Correction, on May 28, at New Haven, Conn., his subject being "The Tendency of the Charity Organization Movement." Joseph Lee also spoke during the same day, on "The Evils Growing out of Extortionate Usury."—W. W. Bryant has been spending the summer at home, after an absence of five years, but intends to return to Calcutta in the fall.-H. H. Crapo is associate justice of the Third District Court of Bristol County, and president of the Union Street Railway of New Bedford. - Stanton Day is established at Solon, Me., as the

president of the Moosehead Pulp and Paper Co.-The Rev. P. S. Grant was the Orator of the Day at the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the Roxbury Latin School, on June 19. C. S. Hamlin also spoke at the Alumni dinner on the evening of the same day.-E. E. Hale, Jr., has resigned, the chair of English in the University of Iowa, and will go to Union College, Schenectady, N. Y.—The Hon. C. S. Hamlin was elected a vice-president of the New England Free Trade League, at the annual meeting in April, and Joseph Lee was chosen a member of the Executive Committee -E. F. Henderson has been appointed instructor in History at Wellesley College, and will give a course on European History, down to 1648, during the coming year. — C. J. Hubbard has been prominent in the movement for municipal ownership of the Water Works in Kansas City, Mo., and has assisted in drafting the amendments for Public Parks and Boulevards, which were adopted by enormous majorities at the special election of June 6. He intended to sail, July 31, for a two months' pleasure trip in Europe. -G. H. Nichols is head assistant in the Nichols School, formerly established at 36 Temple Place, Boston, now removed to Buffalo, N. Y.-C. P. Perin has been appointed by the leading coal-mine operators of Alabama to the position of coal commissioner, an official charged with the management of a combination controlling seven eighths of the coal output of the South. — Philip Richmond won the gold medal offered by the Spokane Rod and Gun Club, and with it the shot-gun championship for the year 1894-95.-H. L. Smyth has been appointed assistant professor of Mining at Harvard for five years from

September, 1895.-J. H. Wigmore has changed his address to 711 Masonic Temple, Chicago, Ill. — A. W. Pollard has severed his connection with the firm of H. W. Peabody & Co., and is acting as assistant to his father in various business enterprises. E. K. Butler is in the office of his father, a wholesale leather dealer, at 57 High St., Boston.-C. H. Grandgent is chairman of the Wellesley Visiting Committee for Modern Languages, and a member of the Board of Visitors of Boston University and St. Mark's School. — Dr. R. P. Francis is secretary of the Board of Health of Montclair, N. J., and also of the Mountainside Hospital of the same place. - R. G. Butler is sergeant-major of the Twenty-second Regiment, National Guard of New York, commanded by Franklin Bartlett, '69.



111 Broadway, New York, N. Y. The address of A. L. Penhallow is now Colorado City, Colo. - R. G. Brown, who is engaged in the general practice of the law at Minneapolis and is

attorney for the Minneapolis Water Power Co. and for other water power and water supply companies in Minnesota, recently read a legal paper, "The right to take water from streams and lakes for public water supplies " before the American Water Works Association at its 15th annual convention at Atlanta, Georgia. The paper has since appeared in Fire and Water, the New York engineering journal, and has been published in pamphlet form by the American Water Works Association.-C. T. Greve is first assistant in the office of the U. S. District Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio.



39 Court St., Boston.

Eighty men were present at the decennial dinner at Young's Hotel on Commencement eve, which was the pleasantest gathering of the kind ever held by the Class. W. H. Baldwin, Jr., came on from Washington to preside, and A. T. French, of New York, who had been most successful in bringing on a good delegation from that city, acted as toast-master. G. R. Nutter read some verses which were well received, and, together with S. S. Bartlett, in a most happy manner filled out the menu with some appropriate nursery rhymes suggestive of Class history. The following is commemorative of the University Nine's success in 1885:

"Sing a song on entrées

Served in manner fine, Just as Captain Winslow Served New Haven's nine. Cutlets made of Elis,

Flanked with compote sweet, Was n't that a dainty dish

For Eighty-Five to eat?"


DR. J. H. HUDDLESTON, Sec. 126 W. 85th St., New York, N. Y. About 45 men met in Hollis 4 Commencement Day. - Lamont goes to Brown next year as head of the Department of Rhetoric, with the title of associate professor. - Hersey Locke has gone to Watkins Glen to practice. Fullerton, the assistant Paris correspondent of the London Times, was in this country recently for a few days.G. M. Carnochan is sergeant of Company K and secretary of the Seventh Regiment Rifle Club, and prominent in its list of record makers. -Luis J. Phelps is quartermaster-sergeant and G. L. Winthrop corporal of Company

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The first Lyman Prize at the Medical School has been awarded to Dr. J. L. Morse for an essay on “The Leucocytosis of Diphtheria." This is the second time Dr. Morse has received the prize. The second prize was divided, one half going to Dr. J. B. Blake.-W. Alexander has been elected secretary of the Harvard Club of New York. Robert De Wolfe Sampson died at Pittsfield July 9. He was born at Liverpool, England, April 14, 1865. After graduating with the Class he studied at the Law School, taking his LL. B. in 1890. He then entered the offices of Butler, Stillman & Hubbard, New York city, and made rapid progress until about three years ago his health broke down. A chronic heart trouble developed, attributed to overstraining in a tug-ofwar while in college. The past two years Sampson has lived at Pittsfield, where he was interested in several important financial enterprises. Last winter he went to Algiers and Tunis, but suffered a relapse of the heart trouble, from which he died two months after returning home. On Nov. 24, 1893, he married Mary W. Ware, of Cambridge. Dr. Edwin Joseph Meeks died of typhoid fever at New York, N. Y., June 9. He was prepared for college at Phillips Exeter Academy, was graduated from Harvard in 1887 and from Bellevue Medical College, New York, N. Y., in

1890. After further medical studies he began to practice at Stamford, Conn. He leaves a widow.


DR. F. B. LUND, Sec.

122 Marlboro' St., Boston.

George B. Leighton is vice-president of the Kansas and Texas Coal Co., with headquarters in St. Louis, Mo.- H. M. Clarke, Jr., has entered the law office of Ball & Tower, Boston.-S. R. Miner is secretary of the Wyoming, Pa., Historical Society. — H. W. Sampson is at Pittsfield. C. E. Edson has been appointed physician to out-patients at the Boston City Hospital. — F. G. Balch is surgeon to outpatients at the Carney Hospital, Boston.-F. B. Lund has been appointed instructor in Anatomy at the Medical School for the ensuing year.



21 Pemberton Sq., Boston.

R. E. Neil Dodge has been appointed instructor in English Literature at Brown University for 189596.-F. E. Zinkeisen has been appointed assistant professor of History at the University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Dr. Mark W. Richardson and wife are in Berlin, Germany, for a long stay.-J. H. Ropes has been appointed for three years instructor in the New Testament at Harvard Divinity School, as assistant to Prof. J. H. Thayer, and as a member of the Faculty. His address will be 29 Divinity Hall. Ropes has been in Berlin since October, except for a journey to St. Petersburg and Moscow at Christmas, and to Italy at Easter.-J. S. Phelps has received an appointment as district physician at the Boston Dispensary.-J. Brace Chittenden has been

elected instructor in Mathematics at Columbia University and Barnard College, New York, for 1895–96. — E. L. Jellinek is a member of the law firm of Shive & Jellinek with offices in the Law Exchange, Buffalo, N. Y. -F. E. Parker is secretary and treasurer of the Eddy-Sheldon Co., manufacturers of lumber at Bay City, Mich.-W. H. Siebert returns to Cambridge in September to reside for a year as a Thayer scholar. — C. H. Moore has been appointed assistant professor of Latin at Chicago University.. -The Rev. H. D. Sleeper has a position in the School of Music, University of Wisconsin, and is organist and choir-master of the First Congregational Church, Madison, Wis. -— A. F. Adams is abroad with the Euterpe Mandolin, Banjo, and Harp Club of Boston. Among the members of the Class now abroad are Dr. G. S. McPherson, Robert Herrick, L. H. Morgan, and Morris Whitridge. - The Secretary is without the addresses of the following: R. W. E. Bassett, C. T. Brainard, Chas. Foss, P. W. Graham, W. R. Kimball, W. V. Martin, M. I. F. Reuben, A. C. Robinson, Alex. Young, C. A. Rich.

Ninety-eight members of the Class were present at the second triennial dinner held at the Hotel Brunswick, Boston, June 25. H. H. Darling, representing the Class Committee, presided. Carleton Hunneman was the toast-master, Charles Warren, the poet, and M. A. Taylor, the chorister. Speeches were made by Chas. D. Wetmore, Oliver Prescott, G. L. Deblois, J. W. Smith, R. E. N. Dodge, P. W. Trafford, Irving A. Ruland, W. D. Clark, and others. Greetings were sent to the Class of '80, dining at the same hotel, and to '92, at the Vendome. It was announced that 8 members of the

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