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ecretar^'Q jTirst 3^eport 



HARVARD 
UNI VE R S IT Y 

CLASS OF 1898 



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CAMBRIDGE • PRINTED FOR THE 
CLASS . THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 



TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS 
OF 'NINETY-EIGHT 

I HEREWITH respectfully submit the first report of the Class, and 
trust that it will meet with your approval. My one regret is that I 
have been unable to give all the time and personal supervision to 
its preparation that I desired to give, but this unfortunately, and in 
all probability, is a predicament in which a great many of the Sec- 
retaries of future Classes will find themselves. To compile a Class 
report nowadays, especially the first report, is a task which involves 
a tremendous amount of detailed work, and the time necessary for 
such work is a limited quantity so far as concerns a man in active 
business. I found it necessary to secure outside co-operation, and 
I was exceedingly fortunate in thus securing the services of an 
undergraduate who has shown a deep personal interest, and a con- 
scientious spirit in his work. To this man, to a great number of 
the Class, to the Officials in the College Office and University 
Library, to the Team Captains and Club Secretaries, and to all 
others who have shown a happy spirit in answering my appeals 
for necessary information, I desire to extend my personal and 
hearty thanks. 

In conclusion, I must urge the members of the Class to meet the 
appeals of their Secretary with more promptness, and with a little 
deeper feeling of interest than they have in the past. An incom- 
plete report is not only worthless as a report, but it is also a foolish 
and extravagant expenditure of the Class funds ; and yet it has to be 
published. If all the men were to remember that the different state- 



IV 



PREFACE 



ments issued by the Secretary are practically the only bonds 
whereby the members of the Class are kept in touch with one 
another, I feel sure that the old spirit of unity, shown at college, 
would once more be aroused. Our interests in business or profes- 
sional life may be greatly diversified, but let us not forget that we 
are all working for the same good end, — the advancement of the 
Class, and the unification of a good and healthy Class spirit. 



Faithfully yours. 



BARTLETT HARDING HAYES, 

Secretary, Class of 'gS. 



CLASS OF 1898 



Men who received the degree of 

William Abbe 

James Marland Abbott 

Karl Adams 
fWilliam Alexander Adams 

Henry Adams, 2d 

Howard Macy Adams 

John Adams 

Raymond King Albright 

Gordon Allen 

Frederick Lothrop Ames 

Oakes Ames 

George Decatur Appleton 

Frederick Sherman Arnold 
J Benjamin Cutter Auten 

Charles Hamilton Ayres, Jr. 

Paul Valentine Bacon 
I'John Warren Bail 

William Wilson Baker 

Hugh Bancroft [1897] 
* Milton Sanford Barger 

LeBaron Russell Barker 
J Robert McNaughton Barker 
*Charles Alanson Barnard 

Allen Foster Barnes 



A.B. with the Class of i8g8 

J David Park Barnitz 
Robert LeMoyne Barrett 

IFJames Stewart Barstow 
Edmund Blake Barton 

llWillard Streeter Bass 
Horace Freeman Bates 
James Albert Battis 
George Charles Beals 
Frederick Lyman Beecher 

J Scott Eugene Beer 
Henry James Bennett 
Frank Horace Bigelow 
Warren Daniels Bigelow 

^Harold Blanchard 
Henry Joseph Block 

JAaron Leopold Bloom 

t Roger Sherman Boardman 
Thomas Bond 
Ward Bonsall 
George Winthrop Bouv6 
Henry Ingersoll Bowditch 
Horace Bowker 

*Albert Augustus Boyden 
Johannes Lassen Boysen 



* Joined Class Sophomore Year, 
t Joined Class Junior Year. 
\ Joined Class Senior Year. 
§ Deceased. 

II Member of the Graduate School who took the degree of A.B. with the Class. 
IT Received the degree of A.B. since June 29, 1S98, "as of 1898." 



CLASS REPORT OF 



George Hcrschel Breed 
Melville Breed 
*Nathaniel Pope Breed 

* Henry Kelly Brent 
Leland Emerson Bristol 
Henry Gilbert Brooks 
Laurence Allyn Brown 
Reginald Woodman Plummer 

Brown 

tSeaver Burton Buck 
Charles Caldwell ]kill 
Francis Ramon Burke 
Vivian Burnett 
George Barrett Burrage 
Henry Davis Bushnell 
Lawrence Smith Butler 
Hilary Robert Bygrave 

JJohn Douglass Campbell 
Richard High Carleton 
Ashton Livermore Carr 
Almy ISIorrill Carter 
Frank Burtchaell Carter 
Hubert Lazell Carter 
Richard Burrage Carter 
Charles Edward Case 
Frederick Teague Case 

§ Whitman Mitchell Chandler 
Richmond Lane Chipman 

:|: Thomas Francis Chrostwaite 
John Taggart Clark 
Charles Henry Colgate, Jr. 

* William Edward Connolly 
Frank Rogers Cooper 
Edgar Marshall Copeland 
Julian Dana de Cordova 
Henry Edmund Cottle 

J Rutherford Hayes Cox 
*George Freeman Cozzens 



*Jacob Reese Crocker 
Michael James Glen Cunniff 
Benjamin Robbins Curtis 

f Ellicott Douglass Curtis 
Frazier Curtis 
Charles Winthrop Cutter 
Paul Alphonse Henry van Daell 
Philip Spaulding Dalton 

§ Albert Watson Davis 

*Erastus Phillips Dearborn 
John Avery Denison 
Robert Laurent De Normandie 
Lemuel LeBaron Dexter 

*Smith Owen Dexter 
Fletcher Dobyns 
Robert Doe 

J Charles George Dolman 
William Rhind Donaldson, Jr. 

J Wallace Brett Donham 
William Edwin Dorman 

^Percival Dove 
Arthur DuBois 
Robert Steed Dunn 
Richard Dutton 
Henry Bradford Dyer 
John Winthrop Edmunds 
John Wells Edson 
Edmund Baker Edwards 

J Granville Dennis Edwards 

^Vivian Daniel Ely 
Grenville Temple Emmet 
Arthur Brewster Emmons, 2d 
Henry Otto Feiss 
Horace Gushing Ffoulke 

*George Irving Finlay 

fMilton Ernest Fish 
Richard Thornton Fisher 
Charles Jewett Flagg 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 



3 



Rudolph Byford Flershem 

John FUnt 
f Chester WiUiam Ford 

Samuel Wesley Fordyce, Jr. 

Herbert Ira Foster 

Lindsey King Foster 

Henry Wood Fowler 
§ Edward Winslow Fox 
j Peter Frandsen 

Charles Howe French 

Samuel Tufts Frost 
II Harold De Wolf Fuller 

Samuel Lester Fuller 

Edward Dwight Fullerton 

Harold Adams Gale 

Perley Gardner 
*Frederick Eugene Garland 

Francis Paul Garland 

Cooper Gaw 

Fritz Walter Gay 
II Philip James Centner 

George Anson Giles 
jPaul Stanley Gill 

Lawrence Lewis Gillespie 
JVincent Gilpin 
jjames Scott Gochenauer 

David Marvin Goodrich 

Roy Sel? Goodrich 

Frederick James Goodridge 

Carl Frelinghuysen Gould 
II Donald Frederick Grass 

William Holder Gray, Jr. 
II Howard Levi Gray 

Joseph Spenser Graydon 

Frederick Brandlesome Green- 
halge 

Chester Noyes Greenough 

Malcolm Scollay Greenough, Jr. 



Charles Grilk 
Lewis Ezra Guillow 

§James Gordon Gulick 

t Ernst Theodore Gundlach 
Melvin Knowles Gurney 
Harold Wright Hack 

+ William Jay Hale 
Frank York Hall 
Gardner Wells Hall 
Arthur Jay Halle 
Fernald Lester Hanson 
Wentworth Lewis Harrington 
Stewart Henry Hartshorn 
William Henry Paine Hatch 

J George Adelbert Hathaway 
Charles Eleazer Hawkes 

J William Herrick Hawkins 
Bartlett Harding Hayes 

* William Clair Stanislaus Healey 
Simon Elias Hecht 

J George William Heimrod 
Lawrence Joseph Henderson 

fCharles Hernsheim 

tjames Hewins, Jr. 
Alexander Henry Higginson 
Donald Mackay Hill 
George Walker Hinman 
Theodore Hoague 
Samuel Hudson Hollis 
George Merrick Rice Holmes 
Harrison Jewell Holt 
Henry True Hooper 
Louis Holyoke Hosmer 
Arthur Henry Howard 
George Wendall Howland 
Frederic Tracy Hubbard 
Joseph Edwards Hubbard 
Paul Mascarene Hubbard 



CLASS REPORT OF 



Roginalcl Shippcn Huidckopcr 

John l-Alabcluol Iluiskamp 

Herbert Colman Hunter 

James Hazen H\do 
* Daniel Phoenix Ingraham 

Charles Jackson 

Carl Newell Jackson 
*Allen Jacobs 

Walter Orwell Jewell 
J. Alfred Johnson 

Erik St. John Johnson 

Reginald Mansfield Johnson 
JCecil Charles Jones 

Frederick Jordan 
J Herbert Claude Kahn 

Charles Herbert Keene 

Nathan Spaulding Kelly 
II Shirley Kendric Kerns 
§ Frederick Palmer Kidder 
^John William Kilbreth, Jr. 
^Lemuel Cushing Kimball, Jr. 

William Otis Kimball 
tjohn Henry Kimmons 

Cyril Norman King 

Gustav Hermann Kinnicutt 
^James Lloyd Knox 
*John Beach Lane 
*John Ernest Lansing 

Thomas Francis Leen 
I Walter Lemann 
IJohn INIichael Letterle 

Charles Joseph Liebmann 

Louis Chauncy Ling 
J David Demarest Lloyd 

William Bross Lloyd 

Edward Laurence Logan 

Percy Waldron Long 

John Adams Loud 



Horace Fletcher Lunt 

Henry McBurney 
J Arthur Valerius Augustus Ber- 
nard McCauley 

Arthur Sumner McDaniel 

William Gordon Stuart Mclntyre 

Ross McPherson 

John Rankin McVey 
JAlfred Bowman Maggs 

* Ed ward Sylvester Malone 
Kenneth Lamartine INLark 

JAdoniram Judson Marshall 
Joseph Freeman ALarsten 

I George Arthur Martell 
Langdon Parker Marvin 
Howard Curry Mason 
Effingham Maynard, Jr. 

* Richard Field Maynard 
^William Banks ISIeacham 
J Albert Mehlinger 

George Putnam Metcalf 

Everett Lee Millard 
*Ezra Millard 

Herbert Eugene Millard 

Frederic Strickland Millet 

Charles Eldridge Morgan, 3d 
fGlenn Tilley Morse 

Herbert Richardson Morse 

Tyler Morse 

George Washington Naumberg 
^Kenneth Percival Rutherford 
Neville 

Albert Hitchings Newhall 

Guy Newhall 

* Nathaniel Goldsmith Nichols 
John Alvin Lawson Odde, Jr. 

J Roy Wallace Osborne 
William Kitchen Otis 



HARVARD, 'NINETY- EIGHT 



5 



Frederick Henry Packard 

J Randolph Paine 
Francis Winslow Palfrey 

IHonord Palmer 
Potter Palmer, Jr. 

JAlwin Max Pappenheimer 
Raymond Tasker Parke 
Laurence Henry Parkhurst 
Alfred Francis Parrott 
Percy Fowler Parsons 
Henry Sells Patterson 
Charles Clifford Payson 
James Handasyd Perkins 
Norton Perkins 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
Eben Fenimore Phillips 
Ernest Wilhelm Sutton Pick- 

hardt 
Starr MacGregor Pierce 
Edward Franklin Pitman 
Preston Player 
William Howard Porter 
Edward Dennis Powers 
John Wing Prentiss 
Henry Dudley Prescott 
George Ralph Putnam 
Waldron Holmes Rand, Jr. 

^Charles Edgar Reber 
L^on Wallace Redpath 
William Howell Reed, Jr. 
Eliot Wickham Remick 
Arthur Warren Reynolds 

II Howard Hunt Reynolds 
Alexander Hamilton Rice, 2d 
John Clark Rice 
Henry Howe Richards 
Austen Fox Riggs 

*William Frederick Roberts 



Hiram Hall Roberts 

Carl Trowbridge Robertson 

Beverley Randolph Robinson 

Herman Foster Robinson 

Moncure Robinson 

Samuel Robinson 
J Paul Daniel Rooney 

Stephen Brooks Rosenthal 

Paul Drummond Rust 

Edwin Luther Sanborn, Jr. 
t Henry Hallam Saunderson 

Philip Brett Sawyer 

Hugh Davids Scott 

Guy Hamilton Scull 
•fOscar Seidel Seaver 
I David Sessler 

Edward Pearce Shaw 

James Ebenezer Norton Shaw 

Charles Minot Sheafe, Jr. 
IJonathan Chauncey Shortlidge 

Charles Parker Slade 

Curtis Nye Smith 

Henry Shepherd Smith 

St. John Smith 

Vine Harold Smith 

I William Leonard Snow 
*Arthur Weightman Spencer 

Harry Rufus Stanley 
Eric Arthur Starbuck 
Robert Thomas Stearns 
Theodore Stensland 

II Henry Thew Stephenson 
Frederic Augustine Sterling, 2d 

§John Walker Stewart 
Charles Chauncey Stillman 
Benjamin Heywood Stone 
Robert Bowditch Stone 
Ralph Stout 



CLASS REPORT OF 



§Roy Walter Stover 

EUery Cory Stowell 

Richard Woodbury SuUoway 

John Butler Swann 

Stephen Swift Taft, Jr. 

John Joseph Teevens, Jr. 
tjohn Mowry Thayer 

Frederick Henry Thompson, Jr. 

Edward Sampson Thurston 

Calvin Sylvester Tilden 

Edwin Van Deusen Tirrell 

George Oakes Tobey, Jr. 

Oliver Samuel Tonks 

John De Koven Towner 

Richard Alfred Trapp 

Samuel Graham Underhill 

George von Utassy 

Robert Palfrey Utter 

Joseph Loring Valentine 

Frank Apthorp Vaughan 
*Beth Vincent 

Louis Ellis Vose 

Eliot Wadsworth 

FuUerton Leonard Waldo 

Allen Wallace 

George Cabot Ward 



Henry Fitch Wanhvell 
Eugene Warner 
Roger Sherman Warner 
William Eben Waterhouse 
Edward Austin Waters 

* William BLdgar Weaver 
Phillipp Bartlett Wells 

* Frank Perley Westcott 
William Hawxhurst Wheelock 
Frank Chute White 

Robert Atwood U'hitford 
Louis Lincoln Whitney 
II Nelson Wolcott Willard 
tBenjamin Franklin Williams 
Creighton Hamilton Williams 

* Clement Biddle Wood 
Howard Wood, Jr. 
John Freeman Wood 

J Francis Woodbridge 
Carleton Magoun Woods 
William Woodward 
Charles Irving Wright 
Frederick Richter Wright 
J Robert Mearns Yerkes 
J Augustus Pfaffen Zeller 



Men who received the degree of S.B. with the Class cf i8g8 



t Lyman Richards Allen 
^Daniel Webster Appleton 
Armistead 

Albert Henry Blevins 
^Edward Guyer Burgess, Jr. 

James Allen Butler 
^Thomas Welcome Clark 

John Gray Clarke 
^Edwin Greely Davis 



Fred Victor Edgell 
*Henry Burnell Faber 

Samuel Bartlett Field 
* Frank Roy Fraprie 

David Gibbs 

Albert Smith Hanna 

Theodore Mitchell Hastings 
IfDon Price Hawkins 

Howard Fowler Holmes 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 7 



IfEffingham Townsend Irvin 
*Isaiah Tobey Jones 

Hugh Fessenden Kendall 
JWaldemar Koch 

Joseph Harold Libbey 
* Robert Falconer Massa 
ifHerman Lee Meader 
^WilHam Edward Coffin Nazro 

John Robert Procter, Jr. 

Edwin Willis Rich 



^Walter Sears Rich 
Henry Constant Ring 
Roger Spalding 
Charles Herman Tozier 
Emanuel Verveer 
ifAlexander Stewart Walker 
^Henry Davis W^hitfield 
Joseph Nichols Willcutt 
John William Wood, Jr. 



II 
STATISTICS 

NUMBER IN THE CLASS 
FRESHMAN YEAR 

Admitted in 1894 .582 

" from previous Classes 17 

399 
Number leaving the Class before the beginning of the Sopho- 
more Year c^^ 

SOPHOMORE YEAR ^"^ 

Number from original Class 346 

Admitted to the Class by the Advanced Standing Committee 

and from other sources loi 

457 
Number of original Freshmen who left the Class before the 

beginning of the Junior Year 35 

Others who left the Class before the beginning of the Junior 

Year 64 

99 
JUNIOR YEAR 

Number from original Freshman Class 311 

Number of those who joined the Class in the Sophomore Year 

who remained in the Junior Year 37 

Number admitted to the Class by the Advanced Standing 

Committee and from other sources 28 

376 

Number of original Freshmen who did not return, or were on 
leave of absence in their Senior Year 60 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 9 

JUNIOR YEAR {Continued) 

Number of those who joined the Class in the Sophomore Year 
who did not return in the Senior Year 10 

Number of those who joined the Class in the Junior Year who 
did not return in the Senior Year 12 

82 

SENIOR YEAR 

Number from original Freshman Class 251 

Number of those who joined the Class in the Sophomore Year 

still remaining 26 

Number of those who joined the Class in the Junior Year still 

remaining 16 

Number admitted to the Class by the Advanced Standing 

Committee, and from other Sources 71 

Total number in Senior Class 364 

Number of those who received the degree of A.B. 29 June, 
1898 386 

(Of the above number many were registered in the Graduate 
School or in the Professional Schools during the Class's Senior 
Year, and did not become members of '98 till Commencement 
Day.) 

Number of those who have received the degree of A.B. since 

29 June, 1898, "as of" '98 13 

Whole number of those who have received the degree of A.B. 399 
Number o^ those who received the degree of S.B. 29 June, 

1898 25 

Number of those who have received the degree of S.B. since 

29 June, 1898, "as of" '98 11 

Whole number of those who have received the degree of S.B. 36 

Whole number of Academic degree holders 435 

The whole number of men included in this report is ... . 646 
Four hundred and seventy-three " Class Lives " have been re- 
ceived, one hundred and five of which were filled out by men 
who did not receive degrees. The " Class Lives " furnish 
the data for the following tables. 



lO 



CLASS REPORT OF 



Men 'ichc received degrees with the Class of 'gS 
inRTHPLACE AND RESIDENCE 





Birthplace 


Residence Birthplace 


Residence 


Arizona . . . 




I 


New York . . 


43 


43 


Arkansas . . 


I 




Ohio . . . 


10 


1 1 


California 


2 


2 


Pennsylvania . , 


22 


14 


Colorado . . 


I 


2 


Rhode Island 


4 


4 


Connecticut . 


5 


3 


Tennessee 




I 


Dis't of Columbia 


3 


8 


Texas . . . 




I 


Illinois . . 


19 


13 


Vermont . . 






Indiana . . 


2 


4 


W. Virginia . 






Iowa . . . 


5 


5 


Washington . 






Kentucky 


3 


I 


Wisconsin 


2 




Louisiana . 


3 


3 


British Columbia 




I 


ISIaine . . . 


17 


6 


Canada . . 


4 


I 


Maryland . . 


I 


I 


Denmark . . 






Massachusetts 


169 


201 


England . . 






]\Iichigan . . 


2 


I 


France . . 






Minnesota 


2 


I 


Germany . 






Mississippi . 


I 


I 


Honduras 






]\Iissouri . 


. 10 


6 


Jamaica . 






Montana . 




2 


Mexico . . 




I 


Nebraska . 


• 3 


2 


Ontario . . 






Nevada . . 




I 


South America 






New Hampshire 


J 8 


7 


Spain . . . 




I 


New Jersey . 


• 7 


II 


Not given 


• 3 

368 


8 


Total . 




. 




^ ^ 


368 



SONS OF COLLEGE GRADUATES 



Amherst . . . 
Bates . . . . 
Bellevue Medical 
Boston Univ. . . 



6 Bovvdoin ...... 2 

I Brown 3 

I Butler Univ i 

I College of Iowa .... i 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT i 



SONS OF COLLEGE 

College of the City of N. Y. 4 
College du Havre, Havre, 

France i 

Columbia 4 

Dartmouth 6 

Hackney College, Eng. . i 

Hamilton i 

Harvard 53 

Heidelberg Univ., Ohio . i 

Hiram i 

j\Iich. Agricultural College i 

Middlebury i 

Oberlin 2 

Oriel College, Oxford . . i 

Total 



GRADUATES {Continued) 

Polytechnic School of Phil- 
adelphia I 

Princeton ....... i 

Rensselaer Poly. Institute . 2 

Union 3 

Univ. of Liege, Belgium . i 

Univ. of Michigan ... i 

Univ. of Pennsylvania . . 6 

Univ. of Vermont ... 2 

West Point i 

Wesleyan 2 

Yale 4 

Not given 251 



368 



WHERE PREPARED FOR COLLEGE 



Abroad 2 

Adams Academy ... 4 

Andover 23 

Berkeley School (Boston) 4 

Boston English High . . 3 

Boston Latin 25 

Brown and Nichols ... 8 
Cambridge Latin ... 12 
Cambridge Manual Train- 
ing School 3 

Cleveland Central High . 4 

Cutler's (New York) . . 12 

Delancey School (Phila.) . 3 

Exeter 11 

Groton 8 

Hale's . . . . o . . 4 

Total 



Hopkinson's 20 

Noble's 5 

Roxbury Latin . . . . 14 

Self-prepared 4 

Smith Academy (St. Louis) 3 

C. W. Stone's .... 4 

St. Mark's 3 

St. Paul's (Concord) . . 11 

Tutors 10 

University School (Chicago) 3 
Various New England High 

and other Schools . . 89 
Various Western High and 

other Schools .... 63 

Worcester Academy . . 3 

Not given 10 



368 



12 



CLASS REPORT OF 



RKLUJIOUS VIEWS 

Agnostic 3 

Baptist 15 

Christian Science ... i 

Congregationalist • • • 53 

Disciples 2 

I 

• • 97 



Dutch Reformed 
Episcopalian . . 
Friends 

Jewish . . . . 
Total . , 



J. utile ran . 
Methodist . . 
Presbyterian . 
Roman Catholic 
Swedenborgian 
Unitarian . . 
Universalist . 
Not given . . 



I 

7 
2 1 
1 2 

5 
68 

8 
64 

^68 



POLITICAL VIEWS 

Republican .... 
Democrat .... 
Independent . 
Populist 



221 


Prohibition 


82 


Undecided 


14 


Not given 


I 





Total 



3 
12 

35 
"368 



DRINKING 



No 
Yes 



Total 



102 
i«3 



Occasionally 
No answer . 



66 

17 
;68 



SMOKING 



Yes 

No 



Total 



180 Occasionally 
1^2 No answer . 



45 
II 

;68 



W^EARING GLASSES 



Yes 
No 



140 
204 



Occasionally 
No answer . 



Total 



13 

"368 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 13 



EXPENSES 



Below $500 . 

$500-^700 . 

$700-^1000 

Total 



AGE AT 

Nineteen 
Twenty . 
Twenty-one . 
Twenty-two . 
Twenty-three 
Twenty-four 
Twenty-five . 
Twenty-six . 



63 
92 
81 



Over $1000 . 
Lived at home 
No answer . 



COMMENCEMENT 

3 Twenty-seven 



15 
70 

105 

95 

34 

9 



Twenty-eight 
Twenty-nine 
Thirty 
Thirty- one 
Thirty-five 
Not given 
Total . 



112 

3 

-21 
368 



9 
7 
4 
I 
I 
I 
6 

"368 



Men who were connected with the Class of '08 
BIRTHPLACE AND RESIDENCE 

Birthplace Residence 



Arkansas . . 
California . 
Colorado , 
Connecticut . 
Dis't of Columbia 
Florida . 
Georgia 
Illinois . . . 
Indiana . . 
Iowa . . . 
Kansas . 
Kentucky . 
Maine . 
Maryland . 
Massachusetts 
Michigan . 
Minnesota , 



6 
I 
I 

I 
2 

4 

I 

45 



2 
2 
I 
I 
I 
6 
I 
2 
I 
I 
I 

48 
I 



Mississippi . 
Missouri 
Nebraska , 
New Hampshire 
New Jersey 
New Mexico 
New York . 
Nova Scotia 
Ohio . . 
Pennsylvania 
Tennessee . 
Texas 

Washington 
Wisconsin . 
Newfoundland 
No answer . 
Total . . 



Birthplace Residence 
I 

2 2 

I 

2 4 

2 



16 

2 
2 

3 
2 
I 

2 

I 
I 



I 

21 



105 105 



H 



CLASS REPORT OF 



SONS OF COLLEGE GRADUATES 



Amherst 

Bowdoin 

Brown 

Columbia 

Harvard i 

Heidelberg 



Rensselaer Poly. Institute . 

Rutgers 

Mass. Inst, of Technology 
University of Nashville 

Williams 

Not given .84 



Total 105 



WHERE PREPARED FOR COLLEGE 



Berkeley (New York) 
Boston Latin . 
Cambridge English Hig 
Cambridge Latin . . 
Cambridge Manual Trail 
Cutler's (Newton) 
Hale's .... 
Hopkinson's . . 
Lawrenceville . 
Mass. Inst, of Technolog 
Milton Academy . . 
Newton High . . 
Noble and Greenough's 
Phillips Andover . . 



mg 



y 



Phillips Exeter 

Powder Point 

Roxbury High 

Roxbury Latin 

St. Mark's 

St. Paul's 

Self- prepared 

Thayer Academy 

Tutor . 

Various New England H 

and other Schools 
Various Western High 

other Schools . . 
Not given . . . 



Total 



igh 
and 



24 

20 
r 



105 



RELIGIOUS 

Agnostic . . . 
Baptist .... 
Congregationalist 
Disciples . . 
Episcopalian . . 
Evangelical . . . 
Jewish .... 

Total . . 



VIEWS 



Methodist . . 
Presbyterian . 
Roman Catholic 
Swedenborgian 
Unitarian . 
Universalist . 
Not given . . 



4 
7 
8 
I 
21 
2 

17 
10^ 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 15 



POLITICAL VIEWS 

Republican 72 

Democrat 16 

Independent 2 

Total 105 



Undecided 2 

Not given 13 



DRINKING 

No 

Yes 



20 

48 



Occasionally 31 

No answer 6 



Total 105 



SMOKING 

No ... . 
Yes ... . 



21 Occasionally 14 

67 No answer 3 

Total 105 



No answer , 



WEARING GLASSES 

No 67 

Yes 31 

Total 105 

EXPENSES 

Below $500 15 

^500-^700 19 

$700-$ 1000 15 iNo answer 20 

Total 105 



Over $1000 35 

Lived at home .... i 
No answer .... 



AGE AT COMMENCEMENT 

Twenty 2 Twenty-seven 

Twenty-one 6 Twenty-eight 

Twenty-two 30 Twenty-nine 

Twenty-three 25 Thirty . 

Twenty- four 14 Thirty-one 

Twenty-five 10 No answer 

Twenty-six 6 

Total 



3 
3 
2 
I 
I 
2 

105 



i6 



CLASS REPORT OF 



CLASS MEETINGS 

12 December, 1S94 Election of Officers 

J. H. Perkins, President 

N. W, Cabot, Vice-President 

G. Newell, Secretary and Treasurer 

I 7 December, i S94 Resolution passed 

Whereas, Complaint has been made concern- 
ing the conduct of members of the Freshman 
Class at the Boston Museum on the night of 
December i, and 

Whereas, This complaint seems to be more 
severe than is deserved, nevertheless, be it 
Resolved, That the Class of '98 express its regret 
to all who were annoyed thereby 

Class of '98 

10 October, 1895 Election of Officers 

J. H. Perkins, President 

N. W. Cabot, Vice-President 

G. Newell, Secreta7y a7id Treastirer 

7 October, 1896 Election of Officers 

J. H. Perkins, President 
N. ^V. Cabot, Vice-President 

B. H. Hayes, Secretary 

4 February, 1897 Meeting to circulate for signature a petition to 
the Administrative Board of Harvard College 
regarding the abandonment of the use of fire- 
arms at future celebrations 

2 March, 1897 Committee appointed to arrange for Junior 
Dinner 

L. L. Gillespie 
J. L. Knox 
G. VON Utassy 

30 March, 1897 Junior Dinner 

C. Grilk, The Class 

D. M. Goodrich, The Crew 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 17 

CLASS MEETINGS {Continued) 

N. W. Cabot, 71ie Foot-Ball Team 

F. DoBYNS, Debating 

C. E. Morgan, 3d, The Press 
R. P. UrrER, A Poem 

G. Newell, A Speech 

G. H. Scull, A Toast to the Class in verse 

3 June, 1897 Committee appointed to investigate tlie paint- 

ing of the John Harvard statue 

B. H. Hayes 
J. E. N. Shaw 

C. Grilk 

13 October, 1897 Election of Officers 

J. H. Perkins, Presidejit 

N. W. Cabot, Vice-Pirsidenf 

B. H. Hayes, Secretary 

Committee appointed to take action on the 

death of A. T. Pilling 

Committee appointed to arrange for election of 

Class Day Officers 

2 December, 1S97 Resolutions passed 

Voted that (i) Nominations for Class Day 
Officers be made public 

(2) Balloting be made secret 

(3) Election be open during the whole day 
Committees appointed to take action on the 
deaths of E. W, Cutting and J. H. Sprague 

15 December, 1897 Election of Class Day Officers 

B. H. Hayes, Secretary 

J. H. Perkins, First Marshal 

D. M. Goodrich, Second Marshal 
N. W. Cabot, Third Marshal 

C. Grilk, Orator 
G. H. Scull, Poet 

R. P. Utter, Py Orator 
F. L. Waldo, Odist 
2 



i8 CLASS REPORT 

CLASS MEETINGS (6W/««^^) 
W. Woodward ^ 

G. W. Bouv^ y Class Covimittee 
J. L. Knox j 

F. H. BiGELOW ^ 

J. E. N. Shaw \ Class Day Committee 

H. K. Brent J 

L. \V. Redpath ^ 

S. L. Fuller \ Photographic Cottunittee 

W. E. DORMAN j 

W. H. Rand, Chorister 

2 2 January, 1898 J. L. Knox elected Class Treasurer 

27 June, 1898 Senior Dinner, Hotel Vendome 

P. S. Dalton, Toastmaster 
The speakers were 
J. H. Perkins 
F. H, Bigelow 
C. Grilk 

F. S. Arnold 
R. T. Parke 

W. Woodward read a toast to the Class by 

G. H. Scull, who was with the Rough Riders 



Ill 



PRIZES AND HONORS 



None 



1894-95 
1895-96 



SARGENT PRIZE 

John Alvin Lawson Odde, of the Sophomore Class, a Prize of $100 
for " A Metrical Versiori from Horace " 

1896-97 

BOWDOIN PRIZE 

FuLLERTON LEONARD Waldo, of the Junior Class, a Prize of $50 for 
an essay entitled '•' Robert Louis Stevenson" 



BOYLSTON PRIZ 

Charles Grilk 
Edmund Blake Barton "I 
Samuel Robinson ) 

DETURS 

Frederick Sherman Arnold 
Charles Hamilton Ayres 
William Wilson Baker 
Edmund Blake Barton 
Johannes Lassen Boysen 
Laurence AUyn Brown 
Ashton Livermore Carr 
Almy Morrill Carter 
Richard Burrage Carter 
Lewis Adams Fales 
Edward W^inslow Fox 
Francis Paul Garland 



ES IN ELOCUTION 
A First Prize 

Second Prizes 
1895-96 

Carl Newell Jackson 
Langdon Parker Marvin 
Charles Eldridge Morgan 
Herbert Richardson Morse 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
Ralph Pierson 
Hiram Hall Roberts 
Beverley Randolph Robinson 
Eric Arthur Starbuck 
Ralph Stout 
Samuel Graham Underhill 



20 



CLASS REPORT OF 



1S97-9S 

BOYLSTON PRIZES IN ELOCUTION 

Herbert Claude Kahn A First Prize 

Michael James Glen Cunxiff^ 
Albert Mehlinger V Second Prizes 

Eben Fenbiore Phillips j 

THE BOWDOIN PRIZES 

Wiluam Wilson Baker, of the Senior Class, a Prize of $50 for an 

essay entitled " Demagogues in Republican Rome " 
William Henry Paine Hatch, of the Senior Class, a Prize of $50 

for a translation into Greek of a portion of Hume's " Essay on 

ELloquence " 
Lawrence Joseph Henderson, of the Senior Class, a Prize of 

$50 for an essay entitled "The Hypothesis of Electrolytic 

Dissociation" 

THE BENNETT PRIZE 

Guy Newhall, of the Senior Class, a Prize of ^40 for an essay 
entitled "The Lessons of the Union Pacific Railroad" 



SECOND-YEAR 

IN CLJSSICS 
William Wilson Baker 
Edmund Blake Barton 
Francis Paul Garland 
Carl Newell Jackson 
Cyril Norman King 

IN HISTORY AND 

Samuel Hudson HoUis 

Guy Newhall 

William Edwin Dorman 

IN MATHEMATICS 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
Charles Hamilton Ayres 



HONORS 

1895-96 

Highest Honors 
Honors 



GOVERNMENT 

Highest Honors 

Honors 

Highest Honors 
Honors 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 21 

SECOND YEAR HONORS {Continued) 
IN PHYSICS 
Charles Hamilton Ayres 



Honors 
1S96-97 

Honors 



IN CLASSICS 

William Henry Paine Hatch 

John Alvin Lawson Odde " 

Edward Pearce Shaw " 

Eric Arthur Starbuck " 

IN HIS TORT AND GOVERNMENT 

Albert Hitchings Newhall Honors 

Ralph Stout " 

IN MATHEMATICS 

James He wins Honors 

Robert Bowditch Stone " 



FINAL HONORS 

IN SEMITIC 
Henry Bradford Dyer 

IN CLASSICS 

William Wilson Baker 
William Henry Paine Hatch 
Carl Newell Jackson 

IN HIS TORT 

Albert Hitchings Newhall 

IN ECONOMICS 
Wallace Brett Donham 
Ernst Theodore Gundlach 
Ralph Stout 

IN MUSIC 
John Taggart Clark 

IN MATHEMATICS 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 



Honors 

Honors 
<( 

(( 

Honors 



Highest Honors 
Honors 



Honors 



Honors 



CLASS REPORT OF 



FINAL HONORS {Continued) 

IN CHEMISTRT 

George William Heimrod Highest Honors 

Waldemar Koch " " 



SCHOLARSHIPS 



Frederick Sherman Arnold 

Charles Hamilton Ayres 

Edmund Blake Barton 

Johannes Lassen Boysen 

Leland Emerson Bristol 

Ashton Livermore Carr 

Richmond Lane Chipman 

John Taggart Clark 

Lewis Adams Fales 

Richard Thornton Fisher 

Francis Paul Garland 

Paul Francis Julius Gierasch 

James Gordon Gulick 

William Henry Paine Hatch 

George Wendall Howland 

Carl Newell Jackson 

Cyril Norman King 

William Gordon Stuart Mclntyre 

Herbert Richardson Morse 

Laurence Henry Parkhurst 

Hazen Pierce Philbrick 

Starr MacGregor Pierce 

Ralph Pierson 

Hiram Hall Roberts 

Eric Arthur Starbuck 

Ralph Stout 

Vine Harold Smith 

Samuel Graham Underhill 

Robert Palfrey Utter 

Fullerton Leonard W^aldo 

Louis Lincoln Whitney 



IN HARVARD COLLEGE 

1895-96 

Matthews 

Bowilitch 

Merrick 

Bowditch 

Bassett 

Bright 

Dana 

Bright 

Humphrey 

Class of 1 841 

Bowditch 

Bright 

Pennoyer 

Matthews 

Pennoyer 

Price Greenleaf 

Matthews 

Orlando W. Doe 

Farrar 

Greene 

Bowditch 

Sales 

William Samuel Eliot 

Bowditch 

Bowditch 

Bigelow 

Sewall 

Bright 

Pennoyer 

Kirkland 

Levina Hoar 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 23 



SCHOLARSHIPS IN LAWRENCE SCIEN- 
TIFIC SCHOOL 

1895-96 



Edwin Greeley Davis 


University Scholarship 


Fred Victor Edgell 


University Scholarship 


Hugh Fessenden Kendall 


University Scholarship 


Joseph Harold Libbey 


University Scholarship 


Robert Falconer Massa 


University Scholarship 


Walter Sears Rich 


Uniyersity Scholarship 


Emanuel Verveer 


University Scholarship 


John William Wood 


University Scholarship 


Samuel Bartlett Field 


Normal School Scholarship 


David Gibbs 


Normal School Scholarship 



SCHOLARSHIPS IN HARVARD COLLEGE 



Frederick Sherman Arnold 
Edmund Blake Barton 
Almy Morrill Carter 
John Taggart Clark 
Arthur Emerson Daly 
Erastus Phillips Dearborn 
Fletcher Dobyns 
William Edward Dorman 
Lewis Adams Fales 
Richard Thornton Fisher 
Samuel Tufts Frost 
Perley Gardner 
Francis Paul Garland 
Jacob Scott Gochenauer 
Fernald Lester Hanson 
William Henry Paine Hatch 
George Walker Hinman 
Herbert Colman Hunter 
Carl Newell Jackson 



0-97 

Matthews 

Bowditch 

John Harvard 

Bowditch 

Sales 

William Whiting 

Wendell Phillips Memorial 

Price Greenleaf 

Henry B. Humphrey 

Class of 1 84 1 

Price Greenleaf 

John Harvard 

Class of 1856 

Burr 

William Whiting 

Matthews 

Basse tt 

William Merrick 

Bowditch 



24 CLASS 


REPORT OF 


SCHOLARSHIPS 


IN 


HARVARD COLLEGE 


( Continued^ 






Allen Jacobs 




Matthews 


Cyril Norman King 




Matthews 


Arthur Sumner McDaniel 




Burr 


William Gordon Stuart Mclntyre 


Bowditch 


Adoniram Judson Marshall 




Bowditch 


Guy Newhall 




Class of 1 85 6 


John Alvin Lawson Odde 




William Samuel Eliot 


Hazen Pierce Philbrick 




Price Greenleaf 


Starr MacGregor Pierce 




Sales 


Eric Arthur Starbuck 




George Emerson Lowell 


Ralph Stout 




Walcott 


Calvin Sylvester Tilden 




Sever 


Richard Alfred Trapp 




Bowditch 


Samuel Graham Underbill 




Bowditch 


Fullerton Leonard Waldo 




Sewall 


Louis Lincoln Whitney 




Bowditch 


Francis Woodbridge 




Class of 1828 


SCHOLARSHIPS 


IN 


LAWRENCE S C I E N- 


TIFIC SCHOOL 





1896-97 



James Allen Butler 
Edwin Greeley Davis 
Fred Victor Edgell 
Hugh Fessenden Kendall 
Joseph Harold Libbey 
Walter Sears Rich 
Robert Falconer Massa 
Emanuel Verveer 
John William Wood 
Arthur Smith Hanna 
Samuel Bartlett Field 
Lyman Richards Allen 



University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
Eveleth Scholarship 
Normal School Scholarship 
Normal School Scholarship 
Normal School Scholarship 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 25 



SCHOLARSHIPS IN HARVARD COLLEGE 

1897-98 



Frederick Sherman Arnold 

Charles Hamilton Ayres 

William Wilson Baker 

Ashton Livermore Carr 

Almy Morrill Carter 

Richmond Lane Chipman 

John Taggart Clark 

William Edward Connolly 

Eben Creighton 

Erastus Phillips Dearborn 

William Edwin Dorman 

Fletcher Dobyns 

George Irving Finlay 

Edward Winslow Fox 

Peter Frandsen 

Samuel Tufts Frost 

Edward Dwight Fullerton 

Francis Paul Garland 

James Gordon Gulick 

Ernst Theodore Gundlach 

Fernald Lester Hanson 

William Henry Paine Hatch 

Lawrence Joseph Henderson 

Samuel Hudson HoUis 

Carl Newell Jackson 

Allen Jacobs 

Cyril Norman King 

Gustav Hermann Kinnicutt 

John Ernest Lansing 

Arthur Sumner Mc Daniel 

William Gordon Stuart Mclntyre 

Albert Hitchings Newhall 

Guy Newhall 

John Alvin Lawson Odde 

Raymond Tasker Parke 



Matthews 

Bartlett 

Ruluff Sterhng Choate 

Bright 

John Harvard 

Orlando W. Doe 

Price Greenleaf 

Burr 

Henry B. Humphrey 

Bright 

Bowditch 

Wendell Phillips Memorial 

Bowditch 

John Harvard 

Bowditch 

John Harvard 

Bowditch 
Class of 1856 

Bright 

Morey 

Lady Mowlson 

Matthews 

Browne 

John Harvard 

Bowditch 

Matthews 

Matthews 

John Harvard 

Pennoyer 

Hollis 

Bowditch 

Bowditch 

Class of 1856 

George Emerson Lowell 

John Harvard 



26 



CLASS REPORT OF 



SCHOLARSHIPS 

(CoNtiflUti/) 

Laurence Henry Parkhurst 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
Starr MacGregor Pierce 
Beverly Randolph Robinson 
Herman Foster Robinson 
Vine Harold Smith 
Eric Arthur Starbuck 
Ralph Stout 
Louis Lincoln \\"hitney 



IN HARVARD COLLEGE 



Pennoyer 

John Harvard 

Bassett 

John Harvard 

John Harvard 

Hodges 

Saltonstall 

Richard Augustine Garabrill 

Bowditch 



SCHOLARSHIPS IN 
TIFIC SCHOOL 



LAWRENCE SCIEN- 



Fred Victor Edgell 
Hugh Fessenden Kendall 
Joseph Harold Libbey 
Robert Falconer Massa 
Emanuel Verveer 
John William Wood 
John Gray Clarke 
Lyman Richards Allen 



1897-98 

University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
Eveleth Scholarship 
Hilton Scholarship 
Normal School Scholarship 



GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS AND FEL- 
LOWSHIPS 

1S98-99 

Charles Haven Goodwin Scholarship 

University Scholarship 

University Scholarship 

University Scholarship 

University Scholarship 

Thayer Scholarship 

Shattuck Scholarship 

Levina Hoar Scholarship 



William Wilson Baker 
Almy Morrill Carter 
John Taggart Clark 
William Jay Hale 
Carl Newell Jackson 
Waldem.ar Koch 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
Louis Lincoln Whitney 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 27 



GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS AND FEL- 
LOWSHIPS ( Continued) 

1899-1900 

Charles Haven Goodwin Scholarship 



William Wilson Baker 
John Taggart Clark. 
Peter Frandsen 
William Jay Hale 
George William Heimrod 
Carl Newell Jackson 
Waldemar Koch 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
Robert Meams Yerkes 



William Wilson Baker 

John Taggart Clark 
Harold De Wolfe Fuller 
Carl Newell Jackson 
Oliver Samuel Tonks 



Townsend Scholarship 
Thayer Scholarship 
Thayer Scholarship 
Thayer Scholarship 
Townsend Scholarship 
Thayer Scholarship 
Shattuck Scholarship 
Thayer Scholarship 

1900-01 

Charles Haven Goodwin Scholarship 
Shattuck Scholarship 
University Scholarship 
Shattuck Scholarship 
University Scholarship 



SCHOLARSHIPS WON BY 'NINETY-EIGHT 
MEN IN THE PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



Hilary Robert Bygrave, L. 



1897-98 
Faculty Scholarship 



1S98-99 
Hilary Robert Bygrave, L. Faculty Scholarship 

Granville Dennis Edwards, D. Butterick Fund Scholarship 
Guy Newhall, L. Faculty Scholarship 

Raymond Tasker Parke, L. Faculty Scholarship 

1899-1900 

Granville Dennis Edwards, D. Edward Hopkins's Students of Di- 
vinity 
Wallace Brett Donham, L. Faculty Scholarship 



28 



CLASS REPORT OF 



HONORABLE MENTION 



Oakes Ames 

Frederick Sherman Arnold 
Charles Hamilton Ayres 
Paul Valentine Bacon 
William Wilson Baker 
Milton Sanford Barger 
LeBaron Russell Barker 
Robert McNaughton Barker 
James Albert Battis 
Ward Bonsall 
Albert Augustus Boyden 
Johannes Lassen Boysen 
Seaver Burton Buck 
Vivian Burnett 
Hilary Robert Bygrave 
Ashton Livermore Carr 
Almy Morrill Carter 
Richard Burrage Carter 
Richmond Lane Chipman 
John Taggart Clark 
William Edward Connolly 
Rutherford Hayes Cox 
Michael James Glen Cunniff 
Paul Alphonse Henry van Daell 
Erastus Phillips Dearborn 
Robert Laurent De Normandie 
Lemuel LeBaron Dexter 
Smith Owen Dexter 
William Rhind Donaldson 
Wallace Brett Donham 
William Edwin Dorman 
Robert Steed Dunn 
Richard Dutton 
Henry Bradford Dyer 
George Irving Finlay 
Richard Thornton Fisher 



Natural History, Ins 

Philosophy 

Mathematics, bis ; Physics, bis 

German 

Greek ; Latin, l>is 

History 

Biology, Geology 

Economics 

History 

Physics 

Philosophy 

German, French 

English 

Music 

History 

History 

French, bis 

English 

Chemistry 

Music, ter 

Chemistry 

History, Economics 

French 

German 

Greek, Latin 

Chemistry 

Philosophy, Economics 

Philosophy 

History 

Economics 

History, Economics 

English 

Chemistry 

Semitic, bis 

Geology 

English Composition, English 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 29 



HONORABLE MENT 

Herbert Ira Foster 

Henry Wood Fowler 

Edward Winslow Fox 

Peter Frandsen, A,B. 

Harold DeWolf Fuller, A.B. 

Perley Gardner 

Francis Paul Garland 

Fritz Walter Gay 

Donald Frederic Grass, Ph.B. 

Howard Levi Gray 

Joseph Spenser Graydon 

Frederick Brandlesome Green- 

halge 
Chester Noyes Greenough 
James Gordon Gulick 
William Jay Hale, A.B. 
Arthur Jay Halle 
Wentworth Lewis Harrington 
William Henry Paine Hatch 
George Adelbert Hathaway 
William Clair Stanislaus Healey, 

A.B. 
George William Heimrod 
Lawrence Joseph Henderson 
James Hewins 
George Walker Hinman 
Samuel Hudson HoUis 
Louis Holyoke Hosmer 
Frederic Tracy Hubbard 
Paul Mascarene Hubbard 
James Hazen Hyde 
Carl Newell Jackson 
Walter Orwell Jewell 
Frederick Palmer Kidder 
William Otis Kimball 
Cyril Norman King 



ION [Continued) 

Economics 

Latin, History 

Philosophy, Economics 

Natural History 

English 

Latin 

Greek 

Natural History 

Economics 

Philosophy 

Greek 

History 

English, bis ; Philosophy 

Italian ; Spanish ; Philosophy, bis 

Chemistry 

History 

Physics, Chemistry 

Greek, bis ; Latin, bis 

Music 

History, bis 

Chemistry, bis 

French, Chemistry 

Mathematics, bis 

History 

History, bis 

Economics 

Natural History, bis 

History 

German ; French, bis 

Greek, bis ; Latin 

Chemistry 

Economics 

History 

Greek 



30 



CLASS REPORT OF 



HONORABLE MEN 

David Dcniarest Lloyd 
Percy \\'altlron Long 
John Adams Loud 
Arthur Valerius Augustus Ber- 
nard McCauley 
Arthur Sumner McDaniel 
William Gordon Stuart Mclntyre 
Edward Sylvester Malone 
Kenneth Lamartine ALirk 
Adoniram Judson IvLirshall 
George Arthur Martell, A.B. 
Albert Mehlinger 
George Washington Naumburg 
Albert Hitchings Newhall 
Guy Newhall 

Nathaniel Goldsmith Nichols 
John Alvin Lawson Odde 
Roy Wallace Osborne 
Randolph Paine, A.B. 
Potter Palmer 
Alwin Max Pappenheimer 
Raymond Tasker Parke 
Laurence Henry Parkhurst 
Norton Perkins 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
Preston Player 
William Howard Porter 
Henry Dudley Prescott 
George Ralph Putnam 
William Howell Reed 
Arthur Warren Reynolds 
John Clark Rice 
Hiram Hall Roberts 
Carl Trowbridge Robertson 
Beverley Randolph Robinson 
Henry Hallam Saunderson, Ph.B. Philosophy 



TION (Continued) 
History 
English 
Music 

Mathematics 

German, History 

German 

French 

Chemistry 

Economics 

Philosophy 

German, Philosophy 

Economics 

History, ifs 

History, Economics 

Music 

Latin, Philosophy 

Fine Arts 

Economics, ^is 

Economics 

Natural History 

History, Economics 

French, Economics 

English 

Mathematics, dis 

Chemistry 

Philosophy 

Chemistry 

Natural History 

German 

Latin, Philosophy 

History 

Mathematics 

Semitic, Chemistry 

Economics 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 31 



HONORABLE MEN 

Guy Hamilton Scull 
Edward Pearce Shaw 
Vine Harold Smith 
William Leonard Snow, A.B. 
Arthur Weightman Spencer 
Eric Arthur Starbuck 
Robert Thomas Stearns 
Henry Thew Stephenson, S.B. 
John Walker Stewart, A.B. 
Charles Chauncey Stillman 
Robert Bowditch Stone 
Ralph Stout 
Oliver Samuel Tonks 
Samuel Graham Underhill 
Robert Palfrey Utter 
Beth Vincent 
William Eben Waterhouse 
William Hawxhurst Wheelock 
Louis Lincoln Whitney 
William Woodward 
Frederick Richter Wright 



TION {Continued) 
English Composition 
Greek, Latin 
History 
Latin 
Music 

Greek, Latin 
Biology 
English 
English 
Philosophy 
Mathematics 
History, Economics 
Greek 

Natural History 
Enghsh Composition 
Chemistry, bis 
History 
Economics 
Philosophy 
Economics 
Music 



COMMENCEMENT PARTS 



DISQUISITIONS 

Paul Valentine Bacon 
Allen Foster Barnes 
Horace Freeman Bates 
James Albert Battis 
Henry Joseph Block 
Ward Bonsall 
Leland Emerson Bristol 
Seaver Burton Buck 
Hilary Robert Bygrave 
Hubert Lazell Carter 
William Edward Connolly 



Henry Edmund Cottle 
Rutherford Hayes Cox 
Frazier Curtis 
Lemuel LeBaron Dexter 
Smith Owen Dexter 
Carroll George Dolman 
William Rhind Donaldson 
Robert Steed Dunn 
George Irving Finlay 
Lindsey King Foster 
Peter Frandsen 



3^ 



CLASS REPORT OF 



DISOUISITIONS {Cotithiued) 



Edward Dwight Fullerton 
Frederick Eugene Garland 
Jacob Scott Gochenauer 
Joseph Spenser Graydon 
Louis Ezra Guillow 
Arthur Jay Halle 
George Adelbert Hathaway 
William Clair Stanislaus Healey 
Charles Hernsheim 
Henry True Hooper 
Frederic Tracy Hubbard 
Paul JMascarene Hubbard 
James Hazen Hyde 
Walter Orwell Jewell 
Reginald Mansfield Johnson 
William Otis Kimball 
Percy Waldron Long 
Adoniram Judson Marshall 
Joseph Freeman Marsten 
Albert Mehlinger 
Charles Eldridge Morgan 
Herbert Richardson Morse 
George Washington Naumburg 
Alwin Max Pappenheimer 
Preston Player 



William Howard Porter 
Henry Dudley Prcscott 
William Howell Reed 
Hiram Hall Roberts 
Carl Trowbridge Robertson 
Paul Daniel Rooney 
Stephen Brooks Rosenthal 
Edward Pearce Shaw 
Charles Chauncey Slillman 
Benjamin Heywood Stone 
Edward Sampson Thurston 
Oliver Samuel Tonks 
John DeKoven Towner 
Robert Palfrey Utter 
Joseph Loring Valentine 
Beth Vincent 
Fullerton Leonard Waldo 
William Eben Waterhouse 
Edward Austin Waters 
William Hawxhurst Wheelock 
Clement Biddle Wood 
Francis Woodbridge 
William Woodward 
Frederick Richter Wright 



DISSERTATIONS 

Charles Hamilton Ayres 
Hugh Bancroft 
LeBaron Russell Barker 
Edmund Blake Barton 
Frederick Lyman Beecher 
Johannes Lassen Boysen 
Lawrence Allyn Brown 
Ashton Livermore Carr 
Richard Burrage Carter 



Richmond Lane Chipman 
John Taggart Clark 
Michael James Glen Cunnifif 
Paul Alphonse Henry van Daell 
William Edwin Dorman 
Henry Bradford Dyer 
Henry Wood Fowler 
Edward Winslow Fox 
Samuel Tufts Frost 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 33 



DISSERTATIONS (Continued) 



Parley Gardner 
Philip Jacob Gentner 
Chester Noyes Greenough 
James Gordon Gulick 
Ernst Theodore Gundlach 
Fernald Lester Hanson 
Wentworth Lewis Harrington 
Lawrence Joseph Henderson 
George Walker Hinman 
Samuel Hudson Hollis 
Carl Newell Jackson 
Frederick Palmer Kidder 
Cyril Norman King 
Gustav Hermann Kinnicutt 
John Ernest Lansing 
David Demarest Lloyd 
Arthur Sumner McDaniel 
William Gordon Stuart Mclntyre 
Langdon Parker Marvin 

ORATIONS 

Frederick Sherman Arnold 
William Wilson Baker 
Almy iMorrill Carter 
Wallace Brett Donham 



Albert Hitchings Newhall 
Guy Newhall 
John Alvin Lawson Odde 
Francis Winslow Palfrey 
Raymond Tasker Parke 
Laurence Henry Parkhurst 
Percy Fowler Parsons 
Starr MacGregor Pierce 
Arthur Warren Reynolds 
Beverley Randolph Robinson 
Herman Foster Robinson 
Vine Harold Smith 
Eric Arthur Starbuck 
Robert Bowditch Stone 
Ralph Stout 

Samuel Graham Underhill 
William Edgar Weaver 
Louis Lincoln Whitney 



Francis Paul Garland 
William Henry Paine Hatch 
George William Heimrod 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 



The following parts were delivered 
LATIN ORATION 

William Henry Paine Hatch 



DISQUISITION 

Robert Palfrey Utter 

DISSERTATIONS 

Michael James Glen Cunniff 

Raymond Tasker Parke 



*' Browning's Gospel of Every 
Day Life" 

" Some Neglected Aspects of 

Political Morals" 
" Government Paper in the United 

States " 



34 CLASS REPORT OF 

'NINETY -EIGHT MEN AFTER GRADUA- 
TION 

' N'nicty-eight Alen who entered the Graduate School after graduation 



Oakes Ames 


'9S-'99 






F. S. Arnold 




'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


C. H. Ayres, Jr. 


'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


W. W. Baker 


'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


H. Bancroft 


'97-'98 






W. D. Bigelow 


'98-'99 






A. M. Carter 


'98-'99 






J. T. Clark 


'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


F. Curtis 


'98-'99 






G. I. Finlay 


'98-'99 






H. DeW. Fuller 






'oo-'oi 


P. J. Centner 




'99-00 




D. Gibbs, S.B. 


'98-99 






D. F. Grass, Ph.B. 


'98-'99 






C. N. Greenough 


'98-'99 


'99-00 




W. J. Hale 






'oo-'oi 


W. H. P. Hatch 


'98-99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


G. W. Heimrod 


'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


C. Hernsheim 


'98-'99 


'99-'oo 




C. N. Jackson 


'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


H. F. Kendall, S.B. 


'98-'99 






Waldemar Koch, S.B. 


'98-99 


'99-'oo 




J. E. Lansing 




'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


U. D. Lloyd 






'oo-'oi 


E. L. Logan 






'oo-'oi 


P. W. Long 




'99-'oo 




W. G. S. Mclntyre 


'98-99 






K. L. Mark 




'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


H. E. Millard 


'98-99 






A. H. Newhall 


'9S-'99 


'99-'oo 




N. G. Nichols 






'oo-'oi 


J. A. L. Odde 


'98-'99 






F. R. Page 






'oo-'oi 


H. P. Philbrick 


'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 3s 



MEN AFTER GRADUATION (Continued) 



W. H. Reed, Jr. 
C. T. Robertson 
E. P. Shaw 
H. S. Smith 
O. S. Tonks 
L. L. Whitney 



'98-99 
'98-'99 

'98-'99 
'98-99 
'98-'99 

'98-99 



'99-00 



'99-'oo *oo-'oi 



^Ninety-eight Men who attended the Medical School after graduation 

J. W. Bail, S.B. 

A. F. Barnes 

H. I. Bowditch 

N. P. Breed 

R, L. DeNormandie 

R. Button 



A. B. Emmons 

H. O. Feiss 

H. A. Gale 

F. E. Garland 

F. W. Gay 

F. J. Goodridge 

C. E. Hawkes 

S. E. Hecht 

L. J. Henderson 

H. F. Holmes, S.B. 

E. St. J. Johnson 
C. H. Keene 

T. F. Leen 
R. McPherson 

F. H. Packard 

F. W. Palfrey 

A. M. Pappenheimer 
H. D. Prescott 

G. R. Putnam 
A. H. Rice 
W. F. Roberts 
S. Robinson 



'97-98 
'97-98 

'97-'98 

'97-98 

'97-98 
'97-98 



98- 
98- 

98- 



98- 
98- 
98- 
98- 
98- 

98- 
98- 



98- 
98- 
98- 





'99-00 




'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99— '00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


'99 






99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


'99 






99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


'99 


'99-'oo 




99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


99 


'gg-'oo 


'oo-'oi 



:^6 CLASS REPORT 


OF 






MEN AFTER 


GRADUATION 


(^Continued) 




R. Spaulding 


'97-98 




'99-00 


'00- 


-'01 


R. T. Stearns 




'98-'99 


'99-00 


'00- 


-'01 


F. H. Thompson, Jr. 






'99-'oo 


'00- 


'01 


C. H. Tozier, S.B. 


'97-98 


'98-99 


'99-00 


'00- 


'01 


S. G. Underbill 


'97-98 


'98-'99 




'00- 


'01 


B. Vincent 




'98-'99 




'00- 


'01 


R. A. Whitford 






'99-00 







'Ninety-eight Men who attended the Bussey Institution after graduation 

H. Adams '98-99 

J. Adams '98-'99 

H. E. Millard '98-99 '99-'oo 

'Ninety-eight Men who attended the Lawrence Scientific School after 

graduation 

A. H. Higginson, General Science '98-99 

H. E. Millard, Architecture '99-'oo 'oo-'oi 

'Ninety-eight Men who attended the Divinity School after graduation 
G. D. Edwards '98-99 '99-'oo 

'Ninety-eight men who attended the Law School after graduation 

J. j\I. Abbott 

K. Adams 

F. L. Ames 

H. Bancroft 

C. A. Barnard 

S. E. Beer 

F. H. Bigelow '97-98 

\V. Bonsall 

H. Bowker 

H. K. Brent 

L. E. Bristol 

L. A. Brown 

S. B. Buck 

H. R. Bygrave '97-'g8 

F. T. Case 

W. M. Chandler 



'98-'99 










'98-99 


'99- 


-'00 


'00- 


-'01 


'98-'99 










'98-99 


'99- 


-'00 


'00- 


-'01 


'98-99 


'99- 


■'00 


'00- 


-'01 


'98-99 


'99- 


■'00 


'00- 


'01 


'98-'99 










'98-99 


'99- 


'00 


'00- 


'01 


'98-'99 


'99- 


'00 


'00- 


'01 


'98-'99 










'98-'99 










'98-99 


'99- 


'00 






'98-99 


'99- 


'00 


'00- 


'01 


'98-'99 











HARVARD, 


'NINETY- 


EIGHT 37 


MEN AFTER 


GRADUATION 


( Continued) 


F. G. Chisholm 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


J. D. de Cordova 






'98-99 




'oo-'oi 


C. W. Cutter 






'98-99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


J. A. Denison 








'q9-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


L. LeB. Dexter 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


R. Doe 


'97- 


-'98 








W. B. Donham 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


W. E. Dorman 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


A. DuBois 






'98-99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


C. J. Flagg 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


C. W. Ford 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 




L. K. Foster 










'oo-'oi 


H. W. Fowler 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


E. \V. Fox 


'97- 


-'98 


'98-'99 






C. H. French 








'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


S. T. Frost 


'97- 


-'98 


'98-99 


'99-00 




S. L. Fuller 






'98-99 






E. D. Fullerton 








'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


F. P. Garland 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 




L. L. Gillespie 






'98-'99 






D. M. Goodrich 








'99-'oo 




R. S. Goodrich 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


F. B. Greenhalge 






'98-99 






M. S. Greenough 








'99-00 




C. Grille 






'98-99 




'oo-'oi 


L. E. Guillow 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'00— '01 


A. J. Halle 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


F. L. Hanson 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


W. H. Hawkins 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


D. M. Hill 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


T. Hoague 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


S. H. Hollis 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


P. M. Hubbard 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


R. M. Johnson 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


H. C. Kahn 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


N. S. Kelly 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 



j8 CLASS 


R E P O R 1^ 


OF 




MEN AFTER 


GRADUATION 


{^Continued) 


J. L. Knox 






'98-'99 






\V. Lemann 






'98-99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


W. B. Lloyd 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


E. L. Logan 


'97- 


.'98 




'99-'oo 




J. R. McYey 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


L. P. Marvin 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


H. C. Uason 


'97- 


-'98 


'98-99 






A. Mehlinger 






'98-99 


'99-00 




G. P. Metcalf 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


E. L. Millard 


'97- 


-'98 








H. R. Morse 


'97- 


-'98 


'98-'99 






T. Morse 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


G. Newhall 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


R. Paine 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


R. T. Parke 






'98-99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


E. F. Pitman 


'97- 


■'98 








J. C. Rice 






'98-99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


S. B. Rosenthal 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


D. Sessler 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


J. E. N. Shaw 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


C. M. Sheafe 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


L. H. Shepherd 


'97- 


'98 


'98-99 


'99-'oo 




St. J. Smith 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


V. H. Smith 










'oo-'oi 


H. R. Stanley 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


T. Stensland 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


R. B. Stone 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


J. J. Teevens, Jr. 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 




E. S. Thurston 






'98-'99 


'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


C. S. Tilden 






'98-99 


'99-'oo 


'oo-'oi 


G. 0. Tobey, Jr. 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 




G. C. Ward 






'98-'99 


'99-'oo 




H. F. Wardwell 






'98-99 






R. S. Warner 








'99-'oo 


oo-'oi 


W. E. Waterhouse 








'99-00 


'oo-'oi 


E. A. Waters 










'oo-'oi 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 39 



MEN AFTER GRADUATION {Continued) 

W. E. Weaver '98-99 '99-'oo 'oo-'oi 

C. B. Wood '98-99 '99-'oo 

F. Woodbridge '97-98 '98-99 '99-00 

W. Woodward '98-99 '99-'oo 'oo-'oi 

'Ninety-eight Men luho have received other degrees since graduation 

A.M. 1898 
Hugh Bancroft 

1899 

George William Heimrod 



Oakes Ames 
Frederick Sherman Arnold 
Charles Hamilton Ayres, Jr. 
William Wilson Baker 
David Park Barnitz 
Willard Streeter Bass 
Warren Daniels Bigelow 
Lawrence AUyn Brown 
Almy Morrill Carter 
Richard Burrage Carter 
John Taggart Clark 
Michael James Glen Cunniff 
Frazier Curtis 
Henry Bradford Dyer 
Peter Frandsen 
Francis Paul Garland 
Donald Frederic Grass 
Chester Noyes Greenough 
Ernst Theodore Gundlach 
William Jay Hale 
Fernald Lester Hanson 
William Henry Paine Hatch 
William Clair Stanislaus Healey 

Harold DeWolf Fuller 
Philip Jacob Gentner 
Howard Levi Gray 
Charles Hernsheim 



George Walker Hinman 
Carl Newell Jackson 
Gustav Hermann Kinnicutt 
William Gordon Stuart Mclntyre 
Alfred Bowman IMaggs 
Langdon Parker Marvin 
Albert Hitchings Newhall 
Raymond Tasker Parke 
Albert Francis Parrott 
Hazen Pierce Philbrick 
William Howell Reed, Jr. 
Howard Hunt Reynolds 
Edward Pearce Shaw 
St. John Smith 
Oliver Samuel Tonks 
Louis Lincoln Whitney 
Creighton Hamilton Williams 
Clement Biddle Wood 
Howard Wood, Jr. 
William Woodward 
Robert Mearns Yerkes 

1900 

John Ernest Lansing 
William Leonard Snow 
Edward Sampson Thurston 



40 



CLASS REPORT OF 



MEN AFTER GRADUATION {Continued) 

S.M. 1899 
Hugh Fessenden Kendall 

S.B. 1900 
Edmund Baker Edwards Frank Apthorp Vaughan {magna 

Clan laude') 

LL.B. 1900 
Hilary Robert Bygrave Francis Woodbridge 

Leslie Hugh Shepherd 



^Ninety-eight Men who have been connected with Harvard University 
since graduation 

Oakes Ames Appointed Assistant Director of 

the Botanic Garden, 14 Nov., 

1898. Reappointed Assistant 
Director of the Bota?iic Garden, 
II Dec, 1899. Appointed yij-j'/j/- 
ant in Botany, 24 Oct., 1898. 
Reappointed Assistant ifi Botany, 
8 May, 1899. Appointed I?i- 
struc tor ill Botany, 28 May, 1900 

Appointed Assistant in Physics, 
28 May, 1900. Appointed Proc- 
tor, 28 May, 1900 

Appointed Proctor, 13 March, 

1899. Reappointed Proctor, 29 
May, 1899. Reappointed Proctor, 
28 May, 1900 

Appointed Assistant in English, 
10 Oct., 1898. Reappointed 
Assistant in English, 29 May, 
1899 

Appointed Assistant in English, 
10 Oct., 1898 



Charles Hamilton Ayres 



Harry Kelly Brent 



Michael James Glen Cunniff 



Frazier Curtis 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 41 



MEN AFTER GRADUATION 
Wallace Brett Donham 



William Edwin Dorman 



Richard Thornton Fisher 



Edward Dwight FuUerton 



David Gibbs 



Philip Jacob Centner 



(^Continued^ 

Appointed Assistant in Govern- 
ment, 10 Oct., 1898. Appointed 
Member of the Board of Exami- 
nation Proctors, 24 Oct., 1898. 
Reappointed Assistant in Gov- 
erntnefit, 12 June, 1899. Ap- 
pointed Proctor, 16 Oct., 1899. 
Reappointed Member of the Board 
of Exajnination Proctors, 30 
Oct., 1899. Reappointed Assist- 
ant in Government, 28 May, 
1900. Appointed Proctor, 28 
May, 1900 

Appointed Assistant in History, 
10 Oct., 1898. Reappointed 
Assistant in History, 12 June, 
1899. Reappointed Assistant in 
Histoty, 28 May, 1900. Ap- 
pointed Member of the Board of 
Exatnination Proctors, 30 Oct., 
1899 

Appointed Assistajit in English, 
10 October, 1898 

Appointed Member of the Board 
of Examination Proctors, 30 Oct., 
1899. Appointed Assistant in 
Govertwicfit, 11 Dec, 1899. Re- 
appointed Assistant in Govern- 
ment, 28 May, 1900 

Appointed Member of the Board 
of Examination P)-octo7-s, 24 Oct., 
1898 

Appointed Austin Teaching Eel- 
low in English, 30 Oct, 1899. 
Appointed Proctor, 28 May, 1900 



4^ 



CLASS REPORT OF 



MEN AFTER GRA 
Chester Noyes Greenough 



Charles Grilk 

WiUiam Jay Hale 

George William Heimrod 

Lawrence Joseph Henderson 
Waldemar Koch 

Kenneth Lamartine Mark 
Albert Hitchinsrs Newhall 



DUATION {Continued) 

Appointed Assishmi in English, 
8 May, 1899. Appointed Mem- 
ber of the Board of Examination 
Proctors, 30 Oct., 1899. Ap- 
pointed Instructor in English, 28 
May, 1900. Appointed Proctor, 
28 May, 1900 

Appointed Assistant in Elocution, 
14 Nov., 189S. Appointed Proc- 
tor, 29 May, 1899. Reappointed 
Proctor, 28 May, 1900 
Appointed Proctor, 29 jNIay, 1899. 
Appointed Assistant in Chemis- 
try, 28 May, 1900. Reappointed 
Proctor, 28 May, 1900 
Appointed Assistant in Chemistry, 
10 Oct., 1898. Appointed Mon- 
ger of the Board of Exajnination 
Proctors, 30 Oct., 1899 
Appointed Assistant in Chemistry, 
24 Oct., 1898 

Appointed Member of the Board 
of Examination Proctors, 30 Oct., 
1899. Appointed Assistant in 
Physiology, 11 June, 1900 
Appointed Assistant in Chemistry, 
29 May, 1899. Reappointed As- 
sistant in Chemistiy, 28 May, 1900 
Appointed Member of the Board 
of Examination Proctors, 14 Nov., 
1898. Appointed Proctor, 29 
May, 1899. Appointed Assistant 
in History, 12 June, 1899. Re- 
appointed Member of the Board 
of Exami7iation Proctors, 30 Oct., 
1899 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 43 



MEN AFTER GRADUATION {Continued) 

Appointed Assistant in History, 

30 Oct., 1899 

Appointed Assistant in German, 



Raymond Taslcer Parke 
William Howell Reed 
Carl Trowbridge Robertson 



John Butler Swann 



Oliver Samuel Tonks 



Robert Mearns Yerkes 



27 Nov., 1899 

Appointed Assistant in Chemistry, 
10 Oct., 1898. Appointed Proc- 
tor, 14 Nov., 1898. Reappointed 
Proctor, 29 May, 1899 
Appointed Assistajit in English, 
16 Oct., 1S99. Appointed In- 
structor in English, 28 May, 1900. 
Appointed Proctor, 28 May, 1900 
Appointed Proctor, 29 May, 1899. 
Appointed Afetnber of the Board 
of Examination Proctors, 30 Oct., 
1899 

Appointed Proctor, 29 May, 1899. 
Appointed Assistant in Psycholog- 
ical Laboratory, 16 Oct., 1899. 
Reappointed Proctor, 28 May, 
1900 



IV 



ORGANIZATIONS 

ATHLETIC 

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

B. H, Hayes, President F. H. Bigelow, Ste7uard and Sec'y 

P. S. Dalton, Vice-President and F. Curtis | 

Secretary A. B. Emmons, 2d j (^t-^ans 

UNIVERSITY BASE-BALL NINE 

W. H, Rand, Jr., Captain 

J. W. Edmunds, Manager 

E. G. Burgess, Jr. G. F. Cozzens B. H. Hayes 

W. M. Chandler H. I. Foster J. R. McVey 



UNIVERSITY FOOT-BALL ELEVEN 



N. W. Cabot, Captain 

S. L. Fuller, Manager 

G. W. Bouv6 J. S. Graydon 

R. W. P. Brown J. B. Aloulton 

G. F. Cozzens G. Newell 



J. E. N. Shaw 
S. W. Wheeler 



UNIVERSITY CREW^ 

D. M. Goodrich, Captain 

J. H. Perkins, Captain 

G. von Utassy, Manager 

H. Adams C. C. Bull 

F. L. Ames F. Dobyns 

H. Bancroft A. T. Jennings 



R. S. Huidekoper, Coxswain 
P. D. Rust, Coxswain 

J. B. Moulton 
E. Wadsworth 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 



45 



UNIVERSITY CRICKET TEAM 
R. H. Carleton, Captain E. A. Waters "I 



Managers 



G. von Utassy j 
H. Blanchard T. M. Hastings C. E. Morgan, 3d 

P. Dove H. D. Scott 



MOTT HAVEN TEAM 
F. H. Bigelow, Captain W, D. Hennen 
H. C. Burdett 



J. G. Clarke 
E. B. Edwards 
A. B. Emmons, 2d 
E. D. Fullerton 



W. W. Hoyt 

G. F. Hurt 

C. J. Liebmann 

G. Newell 

L. W. Redpath 



J. C. Rice 
H. H. Richards 
E. A. Starbuck 
C. H. Williams 
J. F. Wood 



LACROSSE TEAM 

F. L. Beecher, President H. C. Ring, Captain 

W. Abbe W. L. Harrington F. H. Thompson, Jr. 

N. P. Breed E. M. Schwarzenberg C. M. Woods 

E. P. Dearborn 



HARVARD 
H. M. Adams 
K. Adams 
D. H. Bradlee, Jr. 
J. R. Crocker 

B. R. Curtis 
F. Curtis 
P. Dove 
J. Dumaresq 

SHOOTING 

P. Dove, Captain 
D. W. A. Armistead 
R. H. Carleton 
H. H. Childs 
W. R. Donaldson, Jr 

C. Fahnestock 
H. C. Ffoulke 
S. W. Fordyce, Jr. 



FENCING CLU 

J. T. Furness 
L. L. Gillespie 
M. S. Greenongh, Jr. 
R. S. Huidekoper 
J. W. Kilbreth, Jr. 

E. Maynard, Jr. 
T. Morse 

F. W. Palfrey 

CLUB 

S. H. Hartshorn 
R. M. Johnson 

G. H. Kinnicutt 
H. T. Lunt 
H. McBumey 
H. D. Prescott 



B 

N. Perkins 
J. C. Rice 
A. F. Riggs 
P. D. Rust 
St. John Smith 
J. B. Swann 
R. S. Warner 



H. Sayre, Jr. 
R. M. Shepard 
F. A. Sterling, 2d 
R. W. Stover 
W. H. Wheelock 
H. D. Whitfield 



46 



CLASS REPORT OF 



LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION 



H. J. Molt, rn-sidait 

H.I. Foster, Senior Director 



P. S. Dalton, Junior Director 



COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS 
ADVOCATE 

R. P. Utter, President S. L. Fuller, Business Editor 

G. H. Scull, Secretary H. F. Lunt, Business Editor 

L. L. Gillespie, Business Manager 

F. Curtis P. B. Sawyer S. I. Tonjoroff 

R. T. Fisher H. Sayre, Jr. F. L. Waldo 

P. A. Hutchinson J. B. Swann 

CRIMSON 

C. E. Morgan, 3d, President 
C. C. Payson, Managing Editor 
S. L. Fuller, Business Manager 

E. A. Waters, Assistant Business Manager 

R. H. Carleton J. A. Denison W. K. Otis 

A. L. Carr C. Grille J. R. Procter, Jr. 

F. Curtis B. H. Hayes 



LAMPOON 

T. M. Hastings, President 

H. Wood, Secretary 

G. von Utassy, Business Editor 

F. Curtis R. F. Maynard 

M. S. Greenough, Jr. G. Noble 

MONTHLY 

R. S. Dunn, Editor-in-Chief 

E. W. S. Pickhardt R. P. Utter 



W. H. Wheelock, Business Editor 
C. A. Hurley, Business Editor 



F. L. Waldo 
A. S. Walker 



DAILY NEWS 

M. J. G. Cunniff J. R. McVey R. P. Utter 

W. E. Dorman S. I. Tonjoroff C. I. Wright 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 47 



SOCIAL, LITERARY, AND 
ORGANIZATIONS 



A. D. CLUB 

F. L. Ames 
N. W. Cabot 

G. T. Emmet 



D. M. Goodrich 
F. Harper 
T. Hoague 



OTHER 



E. T. Irvin 
H. Palmer 



ALPHA DELTA PHI 

Potter Palmer, Jr., President 

D. M. Goodrich, Vice-President 
G. von Utassy, Treasurer 

E. G. Burgess, Jr., Custos 

H. Adams, 2d G. T. Emmet 

G. W. Bouv6 E. T. Irvin 

C. C. Bull P. Palmer 

N. W. Cabot 



G. H. Scull 
A. S. Walker 
S. W. Wheeler 



AMPHADON 

F. S. Arnold 
B. R. Curtis 
F. Curtis 
R. S. Dunn 



R. T. Fisher 
L. P. Marvin 
C. E. Morgan, 3d 
F. W. Palfrey 



P. B. Sawyer 
C. C. Stillman 
E. S. Thurston 
R. P. Utter 



BANJO CLUB 

A. F. Barnes 
F. L. Beecher 
J. R. Crocker 



R. B. Flershem 
A. H. Higginson 



N. Perkins 
G. C. Ward 



CATHOLIC CLUB 

E. L. Logan, President, Vice-President, Secretary 

W. C. S. Healey ^ 

C. F. Regan V Governing Board 

G. C. Ward J 

C. A. Hurley J. R. McVey J. J. Teevens 

T. F. Leen P. D. Rooney 



48 



CLASS REPORT OF 



BOYLSTON CHEMICAL CLUB 



II. II. Saunderson, President 



R. A. Whitfonl, 
\V. Bonsall 
R. L. Chipman 
J. W. Edson 
H. B. Faber 
F. R. Fraprie 
M. K. Gurney 
W. T. Hale 



Treasurer 

G. y^. Heimrod 
L. J. Henderson 
J. E. Huiskanip 
W. O. Jewell 
W. Koch 
K. L. Mark 



A. M. Pappenheimcr 
P. Player 

L. W. Red path 
C. T. Robertson 

B. Vincent 

R. A. Whitford 



BROWNE AND NICHOLS CLUB 

R. S. Warner 



H. A. Gale 
F. W. Palfrey 



A. F. Riggs 
F. A. Vaughan 



CERCLE FRAN^AIS 



J. H. Hyde, President 




B. R. Robinson, Viee- 


President 




N. Perkins, Treasurer 






R. K. Albright 


R. S. Huidekoper 


E. W. S. Pickhardt 


0. Ames 


D, P. Ingraham 


H, D. Prescott 


J. L. Boy sen 


J. W. Kilbreth, Jr. 


A. F. Riggs 


L. S. Butler 


G. S. Malone 


H. F. Robinson 


J. R. Crocker 


L. P. Marvin 


C. N. Smith 


P. A. H. van Uaell 


E. Maynard, Jr. 


T. Stensland 


H. C. Ffoulke 


R. F. Maynard 


A. Wallace 


R. B. Flershem 


G. T. Morse 


G. C. Ward 


L. L. Gillespie 


T. Morse 


W. E. Waterhouse 


T. M. Hastings 


G. W. Naumberg 


C. I. Wright 


CHESS CLUB 







H. C. Ffoulke, Vice-President 

P. W. Long, Treasurer 

J. Hewins, Jr., Member Executive Committee 

E. A. Bumpus J. D. de Cordova E. T. Gundlach 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 49 



CIVIL SERVICE REFORM CLUB 



J. R. Procter, Jr., President 
F. Dobyns 
W. K. Otis 



Executive Committee 



R. M. Barker 
R. L. Barrett 
L. S. Butler 

A. L. Carr 

J. R. Crocker 

B. R. Curtis 
B. H. Hayes 
T. Hoague 

CLASSICAL 

W. W. Baker 
E. P. Dearborn 



G. H. Kinnicutt 
J. R. McVey 
L. P. Marvin 
C. E. Morgan, 3d 
N. Perkins 

E. L. Pruyn 
C. F. Regan 
A. F. Riggs 

CLUB 

F. P. Garland 
W. H. P. Hatch 



S. B. Rosenthal 
St. J. Smith 
J. B. Swann 
G. C. Ward 
R. M. Whitney 
C. I. Wright 



C. N. King 
E. A. Starbuck 



DELTA PHI CLUB 

H. Blanchard, President 

E. Wadsworth, Vice-President 

F. L. Ames P. S. Dalton 
H. G. Brooks T. M. Hastings 
F. Curtis F. Jordan 



H. D. Scott 

W. Stackpole, 2d 



DELTA UPSILON 

E. B. Barton, President K. L. Mark, Corresponding Secretary 

W. E. Dorman, Vice-President C. Grilk, Magazine Correspondent 
G. C. Beals, Treasurer 



W. W. Baker 
H. Bancroft 
J. S. Barstow 
E. W. Cutting 
L. K. Foster 
S. T. Frost 

E. D. Fullerton 
W. M. Gardner 

F. E. Garland 



C. E. Hawkes 
L. J. Henderson 
H. T. Hooper 
A. H. Howard 
J. E. Hubbard 

F. E. Hyde, Jr. 
N. S. Kelley 

G. Newhall 
R. T. Parke 



E. F. Phillips 
W. H. Porter 
H. H. Richards 
H. H. Roberts 
C. N. Smith 

R. Stout 

F. L. Waldo 
P. B. Wells 



50 



CLASS REPORT OF 



J)KR MM:U rSCHE VEREIN 

J. D. de Cordova 
J. W. Edson 
H. C. Ffoulke 
L. L. Gillespie 
L. E. Guillow 
H. J. Holt 



r. V. Bacon 
H. F. Bates 
II. J. Block 
J. L. Boysen 
L. A. Brown 
H. D. Bushnell 
A. M. Carter 
R. B. Carter 
W. U. Chandler 



J. H. Hyde 

G. H. Kinnicutt 

J. E. Lansing 



ENGLISH CLUB 

R. P. Utter, St'c?-etary 



R. S. Dunn 
R. T. Fisher 



W. K. Otis 

N. Perkins 



A. S. McDaniel 

E. Millard 
N. Perkins 

J. L. Valentine 

F. L. \\3\do 

G. C. Ward 

B. F. Williams 
A. P. Zeller 



G. H. Scull 
C. C. Stillman 



C. E. Morgan, 3d E, W. S. Pickhardt E. S. Thurston 



FOXCROFT CLUB 

G. W. Hinman, Frcsi(fe?i/, Secretary, atid Treasurer 

J. L. Boysen, Vice-President 

L. E. Bristol \ 

G. W. Hinman \ Directors 

V. H. Smith ) 

HARVARD ANDOVER CLUB 



S. L. Fuller, Secretary 



F. L. Beecher 
W. L. Harrington 
J. M. Abbott 

H. J. Bennett 
W. Bonsall 

G. W. Bouv^ 
H. K. Brent 
L. E. Bristol 
S. L. Fuller 
W. M. Gardner 
F. B. Greenhalge 
C. Grilk 



Executive Committee 

L. E. Guillow 
W. L. Harrington 
S. S. Hinds 
G. W, Hinman 
W. M. Holden 
H. T. Hooper 
A. H. Holway 
J. E. Huiskamp 
P. A. Hutchinson 
R. F. Jackson 



R. M. Johnson 
C. F. Manning 
J. L. McNeil 

E. L. Millard 

F. M. Newton 
J. W. Prentiss 
E. A. Starbuck 
H. D. Whitfield 
R. A. Whitford 
R. M. ^^'hitney 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 51 

HARVARD CAMBRIDGE LATIN SCHOOL 
CLUB 

K. L. Mark, President 

]. E. Lansing F. J. Goodridge 

HARVARD CAMERA CLUB 

W. Bonsall G. P. Metcalf W. H. Porter 

C. F. Gould N. Perkins W. H. Wheelock 

HARVARD CHEMICAL CLUB 

W. J. Hale W. Koch C. T. Robertson 

G. W. Heimrod K L. Mark 

HARVARD COOPERATIVE SOCIETY 

J. R. Crocker, Director W. E. Weaver, Secretary 

HARVARD DINING ASSOCIATION 

The following men served on the Board of Directors 

F. H. Bigelow C. Grilk R. P. Utter 

M. L. Butler J. R. McVey W. E. Waterhouse 

S. L. Fuller 

HARVARD ENGINEERING SOCIETY 

J. A. Butler, Secretary J. G. Clarke, Treasurer 

D. W. A. Armistead F. V. Edgell J. F. Marshall 
T. W. Clark S. B. Field R. F. Massa 

E. G. Davis J. H. Libbey 

HARVARD EXETER CLUB 

(An official list of the members of this club could not be 
obtained.) 

HARVARD FORUM 

F. Dobyns, President 

S. B. Rosenthal G. A. Giles V. H. Smith 

W. M. Gardner L. H. Hosmer 



52 



CLASS REPORT OF 



1 1 A R \' A R D GLEE CLUB 

H. M. WoodruiT. F/rsi.fcnf 

J. L. Valentine, Vicc-Prcsiiicnt 

S. Robinson J. W. Edmunds 

R. H. Carleton F. Dobyns 



W. H. Rand, Jr. 



HARVARD GUITAR £ff AdANDOLIN CLUB 



J. PeK. Towner, President 

V. Burnett, Leader 

F. L. Beecher P. A. H. van Daell 

D. R. Brower F. L. Waldo 

L. A. Brown 



G. C. Ward 
F. R. Wriijht 



HARVARD MEMORIAL SOCIETY 



B. R. Robinson, 


Secretary 




C. C. Still man, : 


Treasttrer 




W. K. Otis, Curator 






F. Dobyns, Archivist 






H. I. Bowditch 




C. Grille 


N. Perkins 


H. K. Brent 




B. H. Hayes 


H. D. Prescott 


H. G. Brooks 




L. P. Marvin 


W. H. Rand, Jr. 


F. Curtis 




C. E. Morgan, 3d 


S. Robinson 


P. S. Dalton 




F. W. Palfrey 


J. E. N. Shaw 


S. L. Fuller 




C. C. Payson 


W. H. Wheelock 


D. M. Goodrich 




J. H. Perkins 


W. Woodward 



HARVARD NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY 



O. Ames 

R. L. Barrett 

R. T. Fisher 



F. T. Hubbard 
R. M. Johnson 



H. McBurney 
J. C. Shortlidge 



HARVARD SKETCH CLUB 

T. M. Hastings, Vice-President 

G. Allen C. F. Gould R. F. Maynard 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 



53 



HARVARD ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL CLUB 

G. T. Emmet, Secretary and Treasurer 
T. M. Hastings, Executive Committee 
E. G. Burgess, Jr. W. D. M. Howard 

J. D. Kennett 

F. W. Lake 

J. B. Lane 

E. Millard 



R. H. Carleton 
B. R. Curtis 
H. C. Ffoulke 
U. AI. Goodrich 



E. L. Pruyn 
R. W. Sulloway 
A. S. Walker 
S. W. Wheeler 

F. R. Wright 



HARVARD UNION 

W. E. Weaver, Vice-President 
H. D. Bushnell, Secretary 



W. A. Adams 
A. L. Carr 
C. E. Case 
F. T. Case 
P. S. Dalton 
S. O. Dexter 
W. E. Dorman 



S. W. Fordyce 
L. L. Gillespie 
C. Grilk 

B. H. Hayes 

C. E. Morgan, 3d 
G. Newhall 



B. R. Robinson, Treasurer 
H, F. Robinson, Treasurer 
R. T. Parke 
S. Robinson 
R. Stout 
R. W. Stover 
G. C. Ward 
E. A. Waters 



HASTY PUDDING CLUB 

D. M. Goodrich, Presidcfit W. H. Rand, Jr., Chorister 

G. H. Scull, Vice-President St. J. Smith, Librarian 
Fc Curtis, Kr. 



H. Adams, 2d 
H. M. Adams 
J. Adams 
K. Adams 
F. L. Ames 
O. Ames 

F. S. Arnold 
H. Bancroft 
M. S. Barger 
A. F. Barnes 
H. Blanchard 

G. W. Bouv^ 
H. L Bowditch 



D. H. Bradlee, Jr. 
H. K. Brent 

H. G. Brooks 
C. C. Bull 

E. G. Burgess, Jr. 
L. S. Butler 

N. W. Cabot 
R. H. Carleton 
W. M. Chandler 
G. F. Cozzens 
P. S. Dalton 
A. W. Davis 

F. Dobyns 



P. Dove 

A. DuBois 

J. W. Edmunds 

A. B. Emmons, 2d 
R. T. Fisher 

S. W. Fordyce, Jr. 

S. L. Fuller 

L. L. Gillespie 

M. S. Greenough, Jr. 

C. Grilk 

F. Harper 

T. M. Hastings 

B. H. Hayes 



54 



CLASS REPORT OF 



H A S T Y P U 
A. H. Higginson 
T. lioague 
H. F. Holmes 
L. H. Hosmer 
R. S. Huidekoper 
J. H. Kyde 

D. P. Ingraham 

E. T. Irvin 
C. Jackson 

R. M. Johnson 

F. Jordan 

J. W. Kilbreth, Jr. 

G. H. Kinnicutt 
L. P. Marvin 
H. McBurney 
T. Morse 

J. B, Moulton 
W. K. Otis 
H. Palmer 



DOING CLUB 
P. Palmer, Jr. 
C. C. Payson 
J. H. Perkins 
N. Perkins 
P. Player 
J. W. Prentiss 
PI. D. Prescott 
J. R. Procter, Jr. 
E. L. Pruyn 
A. H. Rice, 2d 
J. C. Rice 
A. F. Riggs 
S. Robinson 
P. D. Rust 
E. L. Sanborn, Jr. 
H. Say re, Jr. 
H. D. Scott 
J. E. N. Shaw 
C. M. Sheafe 



(^Continued) 

W. Stackpole, 2d 

F. A. Sterling, 2d 
C. C. Stillman 

J. M. Thayer 
E. S. Thurston 
R. P. Utter 

G. von Utassy 
J. L. Valentine 
E. Wadsworth 
A. S. Walker 
R. S. Warner 
S. W. Wheeler 
W. H. Wheelock 
H. D. Whitfield 
C. B. Wood 

H. Wood, Jr. 
H. M. Woodruff 
W. Woodward 



INSTITUTE OF 1770 
\\. Woodward, President S. L. 

C. C. Stillman, Vice-President P. S. 
E. T. Irvin, Secretary 



H. Adams, 2d 
H. M. Adams 
J. Adams 
K. Adams 
F. L. Ames 
O. Ames 
M. S. Barger 

F. H. Bigelow 
H. Blanchard 

G. W. Bouv6 
H. I. Bowditch 
D. H. Bradlee, Jr. 



H. K. Brent 
H. G. Brooks 
C. C. Bull 

E. G. Burgess, Jr. 
L. S. Butler 
N. W. Cabot 
R. H. Carleton 
W. M. Chandler 
H. H. Childs 
G. F. Cozzens 
J. R. Crocker 

F. Curtis 



Fuller, Treasurer 
Dalton, Librarian 

A. W. Davis 

S. L. DeNormandie 

P. Dove 

H. S. Dudley 

J. W. Edmunds 

J. W. Edson 

G. T. Emmet 

S. W. Fordyce, Jr. 

J. T. Furness 

L. L. Gillespie 

D. M. Goodrich 

M. S. Greenough, Jr. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT ^5 



INSTITUTE OF i j j o (Continued) 

J. R. McVey E. L. Sanborn, Jr. 



F. Harper 
T. M. Hastings 

B. H. Hayes 

L. H. P. Herman 
T. Hoague 
L. H. Hosmer 
R. S. Huidekoper 

C. A. Hurley 
J. H. Hyde 

D. P. Ingraham 
C. Jackson 

R. M. Johnson 
F. Jordan 
J. D. Kennett 
J. W, Kilbreth, Jr. 

G. H. Kinnicutt 
C. B. Manning 
L. P. Marvin 

E. Maynard, Jr. 
H. McBurney 



T. Morse 
J. B. Moulton 
W. K. Otis 
H. Palmer 
P. Palmer, Jr. 
C. C. Payson 
J. H. Perkins 
N. Perkins 
P. Player 
J. VV. Prentiss 
H. D. Prescott 
J. R. Procter 
A. H. Rice, 2d 
J. C. Rice 

A. F. Riggs 

B. R. Robinson 
H. F. Robinson 
M. Robinson 

P. D. Rust 



H. Sayre, Jr. 
H. D. Scott 
G. H. Scull 
R. M. Shepard 
R. Spalding 
W. Stackpole, 2d 

F. A. Sterling, 2d 
J. M. Thayer 

E. S. Thurston 
J. DeK. Towner 

G. von Utassy 
J. L. Valentine 
E. Wadsworth 
A. S. Walker 
G. C. Ward 

S. W. Wheeler 
H. D. Whitfield 
S. W. Wood 
H. M. Woodruff 



MAINE CLUB 

S. W. Wood, President 

H. H. Richards, Vice-President 

F. L. Crocker 

H. H. Richards 

J. S. Barstow 

C. E. Hawkes 

H. T. Hooper F. P. Westcott 



Governing Committee 

W. O. Kimball 
J. W. Prentiss 



H. M. Wilder 
F. Woodbridge 



NEW YORK STATE CLUB 



R. M. Barker 
C. H. Ely 



G. A. Giles 
F. R. Maynard 



G. H. McChesney, Jr. 



5^ 



CLASS REPORT OF 



C). K. SOCIETY 

G. H. Scull, President 
R. T. Fisher, Secretary 



C. Grilk, Treasurer 



F. Curtis 
R. S. Dunn 

B. H. Hayes 

C. E. Morgan, 3d 
W. K. Otis 



C. C. Pay son 
E. W. S. Pickhardt 
B. R. Robinson 
P. B. Sawyer 



H. Sayre, Jr. 
C. C. Stillman 
R. P. Utter 
H. M. Woodruff 



PEN £ff BRUSH CLUB 

G. Allen C. F. Gould W. Scott 

E. A. Bumpus T. M. Hastings A. S. Walker 

L. P. Corbin J. R. Procter, Jr. H. D. Whitfield 



C. H. Ely 



E. L. Pruyn 



PERIPATETIC CLUB 

H, C. Mason, Preside7it J. W. Bail, Librarian 

H. L. Carter, Vice-President F. C. White, Chorister 

H. A. Gale, Secretary a fid Treasurer 

F. R. Burke C. J. Flagg W. K. Otis 

M. L. Butler H. E. Gibby R. Pierson 

F. L. Crocker J. M. Letterle C. T. Robertson 

W. S. Fish 



PHI BETA KAPPA 

F. P. Garland, Secretary 

F. S. Arnold, First Marshal 

W. W. Baker 

E. B. Barton 

A. M. Carter 

R. B. Carter 

W. E. Dorman 

E. W. Fox 

S. T. Frost 

W. H. P. Hatch 



B. R. Robinson, Second Marshal 



S. H. Hollis 
C. N. Jackson 
C. N. King 
G. H. Kinnicutt 
L, P. Marvin 
H. R. Morse 
G. Newhall 



F. W. Palfrey 
R. T. Parke 
H. P. Philbrick 
H. F. Robinson 
R. Stout 
S. G. Underhill 
L. L. Wliitney 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 57 



PHI DELTA 

K. Adams 

D. H. Bradlee, Jr. 

H. G. Brooks 

F. Curtis 

M. S. Greenough, Jr. 

A. H. Higginson 

C. Jackson 



PSI CLUB 

R. M. Johnson 
F. Jordan 
L. P. Marvin 
C. C. Pay son 
N. Perkins 
P. Player 



H. D. Prescott 
A. H. Rice, 2d 
J. C. Rice 
A. F. Riggs 
E. S. Tliurston 
H. M. Woodruff 



PIERIAN SODALITY 

R. B. Carter, Treasurer 

F. A. Vaughan, Librarian 

F. L. Beecher C. E. Morgan, 3d 

L. S. Butler G. W. Naumberg 



E. Verveer 

F. L. Waldo 



L. K. Foster 

N. S. Kelley 



A. M. Pappenheimer G. C. Ward 



PI ETA SOCIETY 

J. L. Knox, Presidefit 

F. H, Bigelow, Vice-President 

R. S. Goodrich, Secretary 

L. W. Redpath, Treasurer 

J. W. Bail 

A. A. Boyden 

R. W. P. Brown 

V. Burnett 

H. D. Bushnell 

F. B. Carter 

C. E. Case 

R. L. Chipman 

J. G. Clarke 

P. A. H. van Daell 



H. B. Faber 
H. E. Gibby 
C. N. Greenough 
A. E. Hatch 
J. Hewins, Jr. 
H. J. Holt 
J. E. Huiskamp 
C. N. Jackson 
P. W. Long 



J. A. Loud 
J. B. Moulton 
T. Stensland 
O. S. Seaver 
R. W. Sulloway 
M. P. Whittall 
H. W. Williams 
S. W. Wood 
F. R. Wright 



PROHIBITION CLUB 

A. S. Hanna V. H. Smith 



L. L. Whitney 



5« 



CLASS REPORT OF 



PROSPECT UNION 



11. 1. llowailch, Coi 
P. iM. Hubbard, Tn 
W. W. Baker 
R. L. Barrett 
H. Bowker 

E. A. Bumpus 
H. R. Bygrave 
C. E. Case 

F. T. Case 
W. E. Connolly 
J. R. Crocker 
E. D. Curtis 
P. A. H. van Daell 
A. DuBois 



■responding Scoria ry 
asurcr 

R. S. Dunn 

C. H. Ely 

R. T. Fisher 

C. Grilk 

H. T. Hooper 

C. Jackson 

C. N. King 

W. G. S. Mclntyre 

G. W. Naumberg 

J. A. L. Odde, Jr. 

F. W. Palfrey 

L. H. Parkhurst 



E. F. Phillips 
W. H. Porter 
S. Robinson 
E. L. Sanborn, Jr. 
C. C. Stillman 
R. B. Stone 

E. C. Stowell 
J. B. Swann 

F. L. Waldo 
R. S. Warner 
H. W. Williams 



SAMOSET CLUB 

F. W. Palfrey, Hisiorian 

B. R. Curtis R. B. Flershem 

J. W. Edson P. B. Sawyer 



J. B. Swann 
R. S. Warner 



SHAKESPEARE CLUB 

G. T. Morse, President 

C. H. Williams, Librarian 

H. I. Bowditch E. St. J. Johnson 

J. H. Hyde 



P. B. Sawyer 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



F. H. Bigelow 
M. Breed 
L. E. Bristol 
J. E. Bunting 
A. L. Carr 



A. A. Crocker 
J. A. Denison 
C. N. Fiske 
C. Gaw 
L. C. Ling 



J. A. Loud 
H. L. Meader 
F. S. Millett 
H. R. Stanley 
W. E. Waterhouse 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 59 



THE SIGNET 

R, P. Utter, Presidejit 

C. C. Stillman, Vice-Fresident 

C. E. Morgan, 3d, Secretaty 

F. Curtis, Treasurer 

R. S. Dunn 

S. L. Fuller 

M. S. Greenough, Jr 

T. M. Hastings 

B. H. Hayes 

W. K. Otis 



C. C. Pay son 
N. Perkins 
W. H. Rand, Jr. 
B. R. Robinson 
G. H. Scull 
J. E. N. Shaw 



St. J. Smith 
G. von Utassy 
A. S. Walker 
H. M. Woodrufif 
W. Woodward 



SOUND MONEY CAMPAIGN 

W. H. Wheelock, President 
F. Dobyns, Vice-President 
C. Grilk, Vice-President 



CLUB 



M. S. Barger 
J. R. Crocker 
L. L. Gillespie 
J. H. Hyde 
D. P. Insrraham 



G. H. Kinnicutt 
H. McBurney 
N. Perkins 

A. F. Riggs 

B. R. Robinson 



H. F. Robinson 
A. Wallace 
G. C. Ward 
W. Woodward 



ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY 

G. T. Morse, President 

W. H. P. Hatch, Vice-President 

N. G. Nichols, Chorister 

L. P. Marvin C. C. Stillman 



THETA DELTA CHI 

F. L. Beecher W. L. Harrington 



H. L. Carter 
R. B. Carter 
F. G. Chisholm 



E. Mahon 
G. P. Metcalf 



H. C. Ring 

F. H. Thompson, J: 

F. C. White 



TOTAL ABSTINENCE LEAGUE 

B. C. Auten F. E. Hyde L. L. Whitney 

A. S. Hanna E. A. Waters 



6o 



CLASS REPORT 



WHlSr CLUB 

E. D. FuUorton, President 

L. E. Bristol, Secretary 

P. A. H. van Daell G. W. Hinman 

A. H. Hallo N. S. Kelley 



J. IT. Libbey 
C. T. Robertson 



WORCESTER ACADEMY CLUB 

G. C. Beals H. W. Fowler S. I. Tonjoroff 

R. Dutton 



Y. AL C. A. 

J. E. Hubbard, President 

W. H. Porter, Vice-President 

H. J. Bennett, Treasurer 

E. B. Barton J. E. Lansing 

E. W. Cutting 



ZETA PSI CLUB 

W. Woodward, President and Secretary 
T. Hoague, Vice-President 
J. Adams S. W. Fordyce, Jr. 

M. S. Barger B. H. Hayes 

H. K. Brent 



F. L. Waldo 



P. D. Rust 
C. C. Stillman 



V 

ATHLETIC RECORDS 

BOATING— UNIVERSITY EVENTS 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 

OFFICERS H. U. B. C. C. H. MiLLS, '95, President 

J. PuRDEN, '95, Vice-President 

R. M. TowNSEND, '96, Secretary 

A. Borden, '96, Manager and Treasurer 

E. H. Fennessy, '96 ] Captains of 

J. R. BuLLARD, Jr., '96 j Univ. Crew 

University Race — New London^ June 28, 1895 

1. Yale Crew — Time, 21 minutes 45 seconds. B020, R. Arm- 
strong, '95 (155); 2. H. C. Holcomb, '95 (177); 3= W. M. 
Beard, '96 (177); 4. W. R. Cross, '96 (195); 5. A. W. Dater, 
'95 (182); 6. J. M. Longacre, '96 (175); 7. R. B. Treadway, 
'96 (173); G. Langford, '98, stroke (163); T. L. Clark, '97, 
coxswain (107). Average weight, i74fi pounds 

2. Harvard Crew — Time, 22 minutes 15 seconds. Bow, E. N. 
Wrightington, '97 (168); 2. J. A. Stillman, '96 (167); 3. J. 
E. Chatman,'97 (169); 4. L. D. Shepard, '96 (170) ; 5. A.T.Jen- 
nings, '98 (178) ; 6. F. N. Watriss, L. S. (176) j 7. E. H. Fen- 
nessy, '96 (172) ; J. R. Bullard, Jr., 96, stroke (164) ; P. D. Rust, 
'98, coxswain (105). Average weight, 170^ pounds 

SOPHOMORE YEAR '95-'96 

OFFICERS H. U. B. C. E. H. Fennessy, '96, President 
A. Borden, '96, Vice-President 
R. M. Townsend, '96, Secretary 
L. Blagden, '96, Manager and Treastwer 
J. R. Bullard, Jr., '96, Captain of Univer- 
sity Crew 



62 CLASS REPORT OF 

S C) PI 1 O M O R E Y 1-: A R '95 -'96 {Co?iUmu-d) 

University Race — Poughkeepsie, June iG^ 1896 
Quadrangular Race: 1. Cornell. 2. Harvard. 3. rcnnsylvania. 
4. Columbia 

Cornell Crew — Time, 19 minutes 21 seconds. Bozo, J. C. Lud- 
lum (160); 2. W. B. Chriswell (160); 3. C. S. Moore (162); 

4. F. W. Freeborn, captain (176) ; 5. E. J. Savage (160) ; 6. E, 
O. Spillman (163) ; 7. L. L. Tatum (160) ; F. A. Briggs, stfoke 
(140) ; F. D. Colson, coxsiaaiii. Average weight, i6o}i pounds 

Harvard Crew — Time, 19 minutes 32 seconds. Boic, G. S. Derby 
(167) ; 2. R. M. Townsend (164) ; 3. J. H. Perkins (159) ; 4. 

5. HoUister (173) ; 5. E. H. Fennessy (168) ; 6. A. A. Sprague 
(178) ; 7. J. R. Bullard, Jr. (159) ; D. M. Goodrich, stroke (164) ; 
P. D. Rust, coxszvain. Average weight, 166^ pounds 
Pennsylvania Crew — Bozo, G. L. IMagargle (165) ; 2. H. A. Kre- 
galins (165) ; 3. F. N. Dunn (173) ; 4- S. A. Boyle, captain (167) ; 
5. E. J. Stearns (181) ; 6. G. A. Stephenson (170) ; 7. J. A. Kerr 
(160) ; W. R. Howell, stroke (160) ; G. L. McAvoy, coxswain. 
Average weight, 1675^ pounds 

Columbia Crew — Bozu, R. W. Pressprich (164) ; 2. J. H. Pren- 
tice, captain (176) ; 3. A. C. Campbell (174) ; 4- W. C. Hobdy 
(182); 5. D. Macgregor (176); 6. G. H. Carton (195); 7. 
C. Longacre (176); H. E. Pierrepont, stroke (176); W. Van 
Voorhis, coxswain. Average weight, iTj^ pounds 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96 -'97 

OFFICERS H. U. B. C. S. HoLLiSTER, '97, President 

A. A. Sprague, 2d, '97, Vice-President 
J. H. Perkins, '98, Secretary 
W. Woodward, '98, Manager and Treasurer 
D. M. Goodrich, '98, Captain of University 
Crew 

University Race — Poughkeepsie, June 25, 1897 

Triangular Race. i. Cornell. 2. Yale. 3. Harvard 

Time, 20 minutes 34 seconds 

Cornell Crew — Bow, S. W. Wakeman, '99 (165) ; 2. W. Bentley, 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 6^ 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96 -'97' {Continued) 

'98 (158) ; 3. C. S. Moore, '99 (168) ; 4- A. C. King, '99 (168) ; 
5. M. M. Odell, '97 (162) ; 6. E. O. Spillman, '97, captain (166) ; 
7. E. J. Savage, '98 (162) ; F. A. Briggs, stroke, '98 (134) ; F. D. 
Colson, '97, coxswain (106). Average weight, 160^^ pounds 

Yale Crew — ^^o/, D. F. Rogers, '98 (162) ; 2. P. Whitney, '98 
(168) ; 3. H. G. Campbell, '97 (169) ; 4. J. C. Greenway, '00 
(170) ; 5. P. H. Bailey, '97, captain (181) ; 6. F. W. Allen, '00 
(184); 7. W. Griswold, '99 (170); G. Langford, '97, stroke 
(174) ; L. F. Green, '99 (115) coxswain. Average weight, 172^ 
pounds. 

Harvard Crew — Bow, G. D. Marvin, '99 (154) ; 2, C. C. Bull, 
'98 (172) ; 3. E. N. Wrightington, '97 (167) ; 4. A. A. Sprague, 
'97 (176); 5. J. H. Perkins, '98 (178); 6. J. F. Perkins, '99 
(167); 7. D. M. Goodrich, '98 (171); E. A. Boardman, '99, 
stroke (156) ; R. S. Huidekoper, '98, coxswai?i (112). Substi- 
tutes : S. Hollister ; C. Thomson ; C. H. McDuffie ; B. H. Whitbeck. 
Average weight, 167^ pounds 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 

University Race — New London ^ June 23, 1898 

I. Cornell. 2. Yale. 3. Harvard 

Time, 23 minutes, 48 seconds 

Cornell Crew — Bow,\^. C. Dalzell, '99 (160); 2. W. Bentley, 
'98 (160) ; 3. S. W. Wakeman, '99 (168) ; 4. T. L. Bailey, '99 
(169); 5. C. S.Moore, '98 (169) ; 6. R. W. Beardslee, '00 (150) ; 
7. E. J. Savage, '98 (170) ; F. A. Briggs, '98, stroke (138) ; F. D. 
Colson, P. G., coxswain (112). Average weight, i6oJ^ pounds 

Yale Crew — ^^k', P. Whitney, '98 (164); 2. H. P. Wickes, 
'00 (168) ; 3. J. P. Brock, '00 (183) ; 4. R. P. Flint, '99 (167) ; 
5. J. H. Niedecken, '00 (170); 6. F. W. Allen, '00 (iSi) ; 7. 
I. C. Greenleaf, '99 (170) ; W. B.Williams, '00, stroke {is,-] %) • I. M. 
L.Walton, '99, coxswain (113). Average weight, 170 pounds 
Harvard Crew — ^^o/, G. S. Derby, M. S. (161) ; 2. J. D. Ker- 
nan, '00 (169) ; 3. E. Wadsworth, '98 (164) ; 4. F. L. Higgin- 



64 CLASS REPORT OF 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 {Continued) 

son, '00 (164) ; 5. C. L. Harding, '00 (163) ; 6. J. H. Perkins, 
'98 (172) ; 7. N. Biddle, '00 (160) ; F. Dobyns, 'g^, stroke (151) ; 
G. P. Orton, '97, coxs7i.iain (103). Average weight, 163 pounds 

Siimmcuj of University Boat Races 

June 28, 1895, Yale . New London, 21 niin. 45 sec. 
27, 1896, Cornell Poughkeepsie, 19 21 

25j 1897 >. » 20 34 

23, 1898, Cornell New London, 23 48 

'NINETY-EIGHT CLASS CREW 

1894-95 
Class Races — Charles River Course, May 20, 1895 

1. 'Ninety-Six ; 2. 'Ninety-Seven ; 3. 'Ninety-Five. ('Ninety-Eight 
did not enter) 

Inter-collegiate Freshman Race, June 27, 1895 
New London, Connecticut — Distance, 2 miles 

1. Yale, 10 m. 28 s, 3. Columbia, 13 m. 18^ s. 

2. Harvard, 10 m. 33 s. 

Yale '98 Crew — Botu, G. E. Cram (160); 2. J. McLaughlin 
(158) ; 3. G. F. Morris, captain (168) ; 4. R. Hitchcock (172) ; 
5. J. O. Rodgers (180); 6. P. Whitney (168); 7. P. D. Mill 
(170) ; B. F. Rogers, stroke (160) ; A. H. Green, coxswain (108) 
Harvard '98 Crew — Bow, C. A. Hurley (149); 2. A. H. Rice 
(156); 3. G. H. Scull (164); 4. C. C. Bull (165); 5. A. T- 
Jennings (182) ; 6. F. L. Ames, captain (169) ; 7. D. M, Good- 
rich (162) ; N. W. Cabot, stroke (163) ; R. S. Huidekoper, Jr., 
coxswain (106) 

CoLUMBU '98 Crew — Bozv, R. L. Pierrepont, captain (148); 

2. H. Machem (150) ; 3. C. Lewis (148) ; 4. S. Barclay (150) ; 
5. O. Longacre, Jr. (169) ; 6. H. Mortimer (154) ; 7. S. Haight 
(165); L. Fitzgerald, Jr., stroke (150); J. Livingston, coxswain 
(no) 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 65 

'NINETY-EIGHT CLASS CREW {Continued) 

1895-96 
Class Races — May 4, 1896 

I. 'Ninety-Nine ; 2. 'Ninety-Six; 3. 'Ninety-Eight. 4. 'Ninety- Seven 
'Ninety-Eight Crew — Bow, A. F. Barnes (158) ; 2. A. H. Rice 
(164); 3. G. H. Scull (162); 4. F. L. Ames (175); 5. S. L. 
Fuller (166) ; 6. C. C. Bull, captain (166) ; 7. N. W. Cabot 
(171) ; H.Adams, stroke (i6o) ; R. S. Hmdoko^QV, coxswain (113) 

i896-'97 
Class Races — May 7, 1897 

I. 'Ninety-Nine; 2. 'Ninety-Eight. 3. Nineteen Hundred. 4. 

'Ninety-Seven 

'Ninety-Eight Crew — Bow, A. H. Rice (164) ; 2. G. H. Kinni- 

cutt (166) ; 3. S. L. Fuller (165) ; 4. L. P. Marvin (171) ; 5. E. 

Wadsworth (164) ; 6. F. L. Ames (178) ; 7. J. B. Moulton (171) ; 

H. Adams, stroke, captain (150) ; P. D. Rust, coxswain 

i897-'98 
Class Races — April 16, 1898 

I. Nineteen Hundred. 2. 'Ninety-Eight. 3. 'Ninety-Nine. 4. 
Nineteen Hundred and One 

'Ninety-Eight <Z^y.\n — Bow, H. Adams (152); 2. C. C. Bull 
(171) ; 3. E. Wadsworth (162) ; 4. L. P. Marvin (171) ; 5. H. 
Bancroft (175) ; 6. J. H. Perkins (179) ; 7. D. M. Goodrich, cap- 
tain (176) ; F. Vio\yjx\'=,, stroke (152) ; R. S. Huidekoper, coxstuain 
(118) 

WELD BOAT CLUB 

Class Races — May 8, 1897 

I. 'Ninety-Eight. 2. 'Ninety-Nine. 3. 'Ninety-Seven. 4. Nineteen 

Hundred 

'Ninety-Eight Crew — ^^7^/, P. O. Robinson (155); 2. H. H. 

Richards (161) ; 3. L. S. Butler (t6i) ; 4. H. McBurney (146) ; 

5. C. B. Wood (169) ; 6. E. L. Millard (156) ; 7. A. B. DuBois, 

captain (152) ; F. Dobyns, stroke (140) ; D. H. Bradlee, coxswain 

(117) 



66 



CLASS REPORT OF 



WELD BOAT CLUB {Continued) 

Class Races — April 15, 1898 

I. Nineteen Hundred and One, — the only crew to cross the hne. 

Owing to rough water none of the other crews finished 

'Ninety-eight Crew — Bo7ii, H. McBurney (152); 2. E. L. Mil- 
lard (158); 3. P. O. Robinson (159); 4. H. Bancroft (175); 
5. C. B.Wood (174); 6. L. P. Marvin (170); 7. C. M. Sheafe 
(163) ; G. H. Kinnicutt, stroke (157) ; D. H. Bradlee, coxswain 
(117) 

BASE BALL — UNIVERSITY EVENTS 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 

OFFICERS H. U.B.B.A. N. H. WHITE, '95, President, Ma7iager 
I. W. Kingsbury, '96, Ass't Manager 
P. W. Whittemore, '95, Captain 

Summary of Games for 1895 



April 



May 



2>o, P 


[arvar 


d z'. Andover 






• 17 


to 5 


12 


j> 


Lovells . . 






14 


8 


18 


3> 


Dartmouth 






6 


7 


20 


J> 


Tufts . . 






7 


1 1 


23 


3} 


Dartmouth 






3 


2 


25 


>' 


Lovells 






14 


5 


28 


)J 


Amherst . 






5 


I 


30 


J> 


Holy Cross . 






3 


4 


I 


)J 


Williams . 






. 10 


3 


4 


J> 


Williams . 






II 


4 


7 


J> 


Brown . . 






8 


13 


II 


)> 


Princeton . 






2 


7 


13 


J> 


Pennsylvania 






7 


II 


15 


JJ 


Holy Cross 






I 


7 


20 


JJ 


Colgate 






10 


9 


22 


>5 


West End R. ' 


R. 




10 


2 


23 


5> 


Amherst . 






6 


2 


26 


J> 


Brown 






7 





27 


J> 


Boston 






2 


16 


30 


>) 


Princeton . 






2 


14 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 67 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 {Continued) 
Suimnary of Games for 1895 {Continued) 

June 5 „ Brown 61013 

6 „ Newton A. A. . . 5 9 

8 „ Pennsylvania ... 8 3 

10 „ Univ. of Vermont . 6 9 

12 „ Brown 4 7 

15 „ Newton A. A. . . 11 2 

20 „ Yale 4 7 

25 » Yale o 5 

Games played, 28; won, 13; lost, 15. 

Harvard Nine — Princeton Game, Cambridge 
Winslow, '96, 3/'.; Rand, '98, /./. ; Whittemore, '95 (McVey, '98) 
S.S.; Scannell, '97, c; Stevenson, '96, il>.; Hayes, '96, r,f.; Bur- 
gess, '98, c.f.; Wrenn, '95, 2b.; Highlands, '95 (Paine, '97),/. 

Harvard Nine — Pennsylvania Gatne, Cambridge 
Winslow, '96, 3«^. ; Dean, '97, s. s.; Rand, '98, /. /. ; Hayes, '96, 
r.f.; Scannell, '97, (T. ; Burgess, '98, c.f.; Wrenn, '95, 2b.; Steven- 
son, '96, lb.; Highlands, '95,/. 

Harvard Nine — Tale Game^ Cambridge 

Rand, '98, /./. ; Winslow, '96, 7,b.; Scannell, '97, c; Hayes, '96, 
r. f; Highlands, '95, /. ; Paine, '97, c.f; Stevenson, '96, ib.; 
iSIcVey, '98, s. s.; Wrenn, '95, 2b. 

Substitutes — I. S. Adams, '95; A. M. Beale, '97; G. Buckman, 
'97 ; E. M. Gregory, '97. 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-96 

OFFICERS H. U. B.B.A. W. H. Sanders, '97, President, Manager 
James Dean, '97, Captain 

Summary of Games for 1896 

April 13, Harv^ard v. Morrill's Nine . . . . 10 to 14 

16 „ Tufts 18 6 

18 „ Brockton (12 innings) 4 5 



68 CLASS REPORT OF 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-96 {Continued) 

Summary of Games for 1895 {Continued) 

April 20 „ Newton A. A. (10 innings) 4 to 3 

21 „ Bangor . (5 innings) 15 i 

23 „ Pawtucket 15 8 

25 „ Dartmouth 4 2 

28 „ Dartmouth 4 13 

29 „ Dartmouth 6 7 

May 2 „ WilHams i 2 

5 „ Brown 7 9 

9 „ Princeton 9 17 

II „ Amherst 8 3 

13 „ Williams 10 9 

16 „ Cornell 15 6 

18 „ Newton A. A 2 7 

20 „ Brown 6 i 

23 „ Pennsylvania .... 8 3 

27 „ Amherst 5 9 

28 „ Univ. of Chicago ... 10 7 

30 „ Princeton (16 innings) 6 8 
June I „ Newton A. A 7 15 

3 „ Brown 6 i 

6 „ Pennsylvania ....11 3 

10 „ Princeton 8 5 

13 „ Cornell 10 3 

15 „ Brown o 4 

18 „ Princeton (10 innings) 2 4 

23 „ Pennsylvania .... 2 o 

Games played, 29; won, 16; lost, 13 

Harvard Nine in Princeton Games 

Dean, 2l>.; Scannell, ^. ; Burgess, r. /. ; Clarkson, c.f; Haughton, 

lb. ; Rand, /./. ; R. H. Stevenson, Jr., T^b. ; Paine,/. ; Chandler, s. s. 

Harvard Nine in Pennsylvania Games 

Same make-up as in Princeton Games except that Pote played short- 
stop in one game 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 6^ 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96 -'97 

OFFICERS H. U.B. B.A. H. Endicott, Jr., '97, Manager 
J. Dean, '97, Captain 

April 10, Harvard v. Tufts 20 to o 

14 „ Pawtucket 13 6 

19 „ Brockton 7 5 

21 „ New Bedford .... 4 7 

24 „ Dartmouth 3 4 

27 „ Brown 2 8 

29 „ Dartmouth 7 6 

May I „ WilUams 17 15 

5 „ Brown o 4 

7 „ Cornell 10 4 

10 „ Amherst . . (3 innings) 3 3 

12 „ U. of Va 9 3 

15 „ Princeton 3 6 

19 „ Williams 4 2 

22 „ U. of P 6 2 

26 „ Amherst 6 o 

29 „ Princeton 7 4 

June I „ Princeton o 2 

2 „ U. of Vt 5 3 

5 „ Georgetown .... 9 o 

8 „ Holy Cross 2 3 

12 „ U. of P 8 o 

16 „ Brown 7 13 

19 „ Holy Cross 2 6 

24 „ Yale 7 5 

29 „ Yale lo 8 

Games played, 26; won, 16; lost, 9; tied, i 

Harvard Nine in Princeton Games 

Rand, /./. ; Haughton, \b.; Beale (Lynch), c.f.; Scannell 
(Davis) c.\ Stevenson, -r^b.; Burgess, r.f.; Dean, 2b.; Chan- 
dler, s. s. ; Paine, p. 

Harvard Nine in Pennsylvania Games 

Same make-up as in Princeton Games, except that Lynch played 

right field in one game 

Harvard Nine in Tale Games 
Same make-up as in Princeton Games 



70 CLASS REPORT OF 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 

OFFICERS H. U. B. B. A. J. W. EDMUNDS, '98, Manager 
W. H. IUnd, '98, Captain 

April 2, Harvard v. Andover 4 to i 

7 „ All-Cambridge .... 25 2 

9 „ Tufts 3 7 

12 „ Woven Hose .... 25 2 

16 „ University of N. Carolina 10 10 

18 „ University of Virginia . 7 5 

19 „ Catholic Univ. of Wash'ton 16 3 

20 „ Georgetown i 3 

21 „ Washington College . . 20 4 

22 „ Columbia 7 2 

27 „ Dartmouth 13 7 

30 „ Williams 22 2 

May 2 „ Andover 2 i 

3 „ Lafayette i 8 

7 „ Cornell 5 8 

10 „ Amherst 20 6 

14 „ Princeton 2 12 

17 „ Exeter 8 o 

18 „ Williams 11 o 

20 „ Fordham 9 o 

21 „ Pennsylvania .... 2 3 

28 „ Princeton 2 9 

June I „ Amherst n 3 

7 „ Holy Cross 9 4 

8 „ Brown i 5 

9 „ Harvard Graduates . . 6 4 

11 „ Pennsylvania .... 2 i 

15 „ Brown 14 3 

18 „ Holy Cross 12 5 

23 „ Yale ....... 9 4 

28 „ Yale o 7 

July 2 „ Yale i 3 

Games played, 32 ; won, 21 ; lost, 10; tied, i 

Harvard Nine in Princeton Games 

Loughlin, s. s. ; Rand, /./. ; Burgess (Lynch), r.f. ; Haughton, 2^>. ; 

Burgess (Cozzens), c. /. ; IMcCornick (Foster), 1^.; Clark (Rob- 
inson), 3/^ ; Reid, c. ; Fitz, McCornick, Morse, Cozzens,/. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 71 

SENIOR Y*EAR, '97-98 {Continued) 

Harvard Nine in Pennsylvania Games 

Same make-up as in Princeton Games except that McCornick 

played right field, and Hayes pitched the second game. 

Harvard Nine in Tale Games 

Loughlin, i-. J-. ; Sears,/./.; Burgess, /"./.; Robinson, 3^. ; Haugh- 

ton, 2b.; Reid, ^. ; Lewis, id.; Hayes (Fitz),/. ; Chandler, r./. 

'NINETY-EIGHT CLASS NINE 
FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 
Summary of Games 

'98 V. Roxbury Latin 9 to 3 

! Cambridge High and Latin 9 6 

! M. LT., '97 17 4 

1 Groton 8 9 

i Groton 2 16 

'98 Cambridge High and Latin 7 6 

'98 '97 2 7 

'98 St. Mark's 11 8 

i '97 8 4 

! '97 2 I 

) Princeton, '98 6 10 



Class Championship 








'95 ^'' 


'96 ... . 


I 


to 


5 


'98 


'97 ... . 


2 




7 



'98 Z'. '97 . . . . 8 to 4 
'98 '97 .... 2 I 

The Athletic Committee forbade '98 to play any games after the 
demonstration following the last '98-'97 game. Nor did the other 
classes continue the series 

'NiNET\'- Eight Nine — G. F. Cozzens, H. J. Holt, p.; R. W. P. 
Brown, C. P. Slade, c. ; A. S. Walker, F. Y. Hall, ib.; G. B. Haskell, 
2b. ; B. H. Hayes, captain ; G. B. Haskell, s. s. ; J. R. McVey, 
B. Vincent, 3/'.; F. J. Goodridge, /./. ; J. W. Edmunds, c./.; W. 
M. Chandler, r.f. 



72 CLASS REPORT OF 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-'96 

Class Championship 

'99 <■'. '98 . . . . 17 to 2 '97 z/. '96 . . . . 5 to I 

'97 '96 .... II 4 '99 '97 • ... 3 o 

'99 '98 ... . 4 3 

Series won by '99 ; won, 3 ; lost, o 

'NiNETV-EiGHT Nine — A. E. Daly, C. P. Slade, G. F. Cozzens, /. ; 
C. P. Slade, G. B. Burrage, c. ; A. W. Davis, ib.; H. I. Foster, 2d. ; 
M. D. Abrams, H. J. Holt, s. s. ; F. A. Sterling, 13. H. Hayes, 3^. ; 
W. O. Kimball, ;-./. ; J. M. Abbott, c.f. ; F. J. Goodridge, captain, I. J. 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96-'97 

As the Freshman game between Harvard, '98, and Yale, '98, was 
prohibited by the Faculty, the teams did not meet until their Junior 
year, when the result was as follows 
Yale, '98, 4 ; Harvard, '98, 7 

Class Championship 

'97 V. '98 .... II to 4 '99 V. '00 . . . . 8 to 7 

'97 '98. ... 5 6 '99 '98. ... 4 6 

'97 '98 . ... II 19 

Series won by '98 ; won, 3 ; lost, i 

'Ninety-Eight Nine — H. J. Holt, B. Vincent, W. O. Kimball, 2b.; 
C. F. Manning, B. Vincent, 3/;. ; J. R. McVey, M. D. Abrams, G. B. 
Haskell, s. s. ; H. I. Foster, A. W. Davis, G. W. Bouv6, i/;. ; A. W. 
Davis, D. P. Ingraham, F. A. Sterling, r.f. ; G. F. Cozzens, A. T. Pil- 
ling, B. H. Hayes, /. ; B. H. Hayes, A. W. Davis, captain, G. W. 
Pierrepont, /./. ; R. W. P. Browne, P. V. Bacon, c. ; C. F. Manning, 
J. M. Abbott, J. W. Edmunds, c.f. 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 
Class Championship 

'99 V. '98 .... 12 to 7 '99 V. '98 . . . 16 to II 

'00 '01 ... . 9 5 '99 '00 ... 17 14 
Series won by '99 ; won, 3 ; lost, o 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 73 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 {Continued) 

'Ninety-Eight Nine — G. B. Haskell, 2b. ; J. R. McVey, s. s. ; F. A. 
Sterling, c.f. ; F. J. Goodridge, /./. ; G. W. Bouve, ib. ; B. Vincent, 
captain, H. C. Ring, J. Flint, c. ; V. D. Ely, B. Vincent, /. ; J. M. 
Abbott, 3<^., W. O. Kimball, ;-./. 

FOOT BALL— UNIVERSITY EVENTS 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 
OFFICERS H. U. F.B. A. C. H. MiLLS, '95, President, Manager 
F. W. Moore, '93, Treasurer 
R. W. Emmons, 2D, '95, Captain 
Summary of Games ^ 1894 

Sept. 29, Harvard v. Dartmouth 22 to o 

Oct. 3 „ Exeter 48 o 

6 „ Andover 46 o 

II „ Brown 18 4 

13 „ Orange A. C 14 o 

17 „ Amherst 30 o 

20 „ . Williams 32 o 

27 „ Cornell 22 12 

Nov. I „ Boston A. A 40 o 

II „ Chicago A. C 2)^ o 

15 „ Brown 18 o 

24 „ Yale 4 12 

29 „ Univ. of Penn 4 18 

Harvard, total, 334; opponents, total, 46, in 13 games 

Yale Game — Springfield^ Nov. 24, 1894 

Yale — F. Hinkey, Beard, McCrea, Stillman, Hickok, Murphy, L. 
Hinkey, r. ; Adee, q. b. ; Thorne, Jerrems, h. b. ; Butterworth,/. b. 
Harvard — A. Brewer, Waters, J. E. N. Shaw, F. Shaw, Mackie, 
Hallowell, Cabot, r. ; Wrenn, q. b. ; Wrightington, C. Brewer, h. b.\ 
Fairchild,/. b. 

Substitutes — J. J. Hayes, Jr., M. G. Gonterman, P. W. Whitte- 
more, h. b. ; S. W. Wheeler, /. /. 



74 CLASS REPORT OF 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-96 

OFFICEKS //. [/. F. B. A. W. B. ROGERS, '96, President, Manager 
N. W. Bingham, '95, Treasurer 
A. H. Brewer, '96, Captain 

Summa7-y of Games , 1895 

Sept. 2S, Harvard v. Dartmouth 4 to o 

Oct. 5 „ Amherst 24 o 

9 „ Exeter 42 o 

12 „ West Point 4 o 

16 „ Williams 32 o 

19 „ Brown 26 6 

26 „ Cornell 25 o 

Nov. 2 „ Princeton 4 12 

9 „ Univ. of Mich 4 o 

14 „ Boston A. A o o 

23 „ Univ. of Penn 14 17 

Harvard, total, 179; opponents, total, 35, in 11 games 

Princeton Game — Princeton, Nov. 2, 1895 

Princeton — Cochran, r. e. ; Lea, Tyler, r. t. ; Rhodes, r.g. ; Galley, 
c. ; Riggs, /. g. ; Church, /. /. ; Hynson, /. e. ; Poe, q. b. ; Rosen- 
garten, Armstrong, //. b. ; Pope,/, b. 

Harvard — Cabot, /. e. ; Hallowell, T. G. Stevenson, /. /. ; Holt, i.g. ; 
F. Shaw, Doucette, e. ; Jaffray, r. g. ; Donald, r. t. ; A. Brewer, 
Newell, r. e. ; Borden, q. b. ; Wrightington, Gonterman, C. Brewer, 
h. b. ; Fairchild, Dunlop, /. b. 

Pennsylvania Game — Cambridge , Nov. 23, 1895 

Pent\^sylvania — Dickson, r. e. ; Farrar, r. t. ; Wharton, r. g. ; Bull, 
e. ; Woodruff, /. g. ; Wagonhurst, /. /. ; Boyle, /. e. ; Williams, q. b. ; 
Minds, r. h. b. ; Gelbert, /. h. b. ; Brooke /. b. 

Harvard — Cabot, /. e. ; Rice, /. /. ; Holt, /. g. ; F. G. Shaw, Dou- 
cette, <:.; J. E. N.Shaw, r.^. ; Gould, r. /. ; Newell, r. ^. ; Beale, ^.^. ; 
Wrightington, /. h. b. ; C. Brewer, r. h. b. ; Dunlop, Brown,/, b. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 75 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96-97 

OFFICERS H.U.F.B. A. N. W. BiNGHAM, '95, Graduate Manager 

and Treasurer 
C. Jenney, '97, Manager 
E. N. Wrightington, '97, Captain 

Summary of Games ^ 1896 

Oct. 4, Harvard v. Williams 6 to o 

7 „ Trinity 34 o 

10 „ Newton A. A 18 o 

14 „ Wesleyan 28 o 

17 „ Brown 12 o 

24 „ Cornell 13 4 

31 „ Carlisle Indians ... 4 o 

Nov. 4 „ Graduates 5 6 

7 „ Princeton o 12 

14 „ Boston A. A 6 8 

21 „ Univ. of Penn 6 8 

Harvard, total, 132 ; opponents, total, 38, in 11 games 

Princeton Game^ Cambridge, Nov. 7, 1896 

Princeton — Brokaw, Thompson, /. e. ; Church, /. /. ; Crowdis, /. g. ; 

Gailey, c ; Armstrong, r. g. ; Hillebrand, r. t. ; Cochran, Brokaw, 

r. e. ; Smith, q. b. ; Bannard, Wheeler, /. h. b. ; Kelley, Reiter, Poe, 

;-. h. b. ; Baird,/. b. 

Harvard — Moulton, r. e. ; Lee, r. t. ; J. E. N. Shaw, r. g. ; Dou- 

cette, c. ; Bouve, /. g. ; Swain, /. t. ; Cabot, A. Brewer, Lewis, /. e, ; 

Beale, q. b. ; Dunlop, Cozzens, r. /i. b. ; Sullivan, /. /i. b.; Brown, 

Dibblee,/. b. 

Pennsylvania Game, Philadelphia, Nov. 21, 1896 

Pennsylvania — Boyle, /. e.; Uffenheimer, /. /. ; Woodruff, Lg.; 
Overfield, c. ; Wharton, r. g. ; Farrar, r. t. ; Dickson, r. e. ; Weeks, 
q. b. ; Gelbert, /. h. b. ; Morice, r. h. b. ; Minds,/, b. 
Harvard — ISIoulton, r. e.; Haughton, r. /. ; J. E. N. Shaw, r.g.; 
F. G. Shaw, Doucette, c. ; Bouv6, /. g. ; Wheeler, Swain, /. t. ; Cabot, 
I.e.; Beale, ^. <5. ; Dunlop, Livermore, r. /;. <^. ; Wrightington, /.//. <:^.; 
Brown, Dibblee,/. b. 



76 CLASS REPORT OF 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 

OFFICERS II.U.F.B.A. N. W. BiNGHAM, '95, Graduate Manager 
S. L. Fuller, '98, Manager 
N. W. Cabot, '98, Captain 

Summary of Games^ 1S97 

Oct. 2, Harvard v. Williams 20 to o 

6 „ Bovvdoin 24 o 

9 „ Dartmouth 13 o 

13 „ Amherst 38 o 

16 „ West Point 10 o 

20 „ Newton A. A 24 o 

23 „ Brown 18 o 

30 „ Cornell 24 5 

Nov. 3 „ Wesleyan 34 o 

13 „ Yale o o 

20 „ Univ. of Penn 6 15 

Harvard, total, 211 ; opponents, total, 20, in 11 games 

Tale Game^ Cambridge, Nov. 13, 1897 

Yale — Hall, r. e. ; Chamberlain, r. t. ; Brown, r.g. ; Cadwalader, c. ; 
Chadwick, /. g. ; Rodgers, /. /. ; Hazen, /. e. ; De SauUes, q. b. ; Ben- 
jamin, r. h. b. ; Corwin, /. h. b.; McBride,/. b. 

Harvard — Cabot, /. e. ; Swain, Wheeler, /. /. ; Bouv6, /. g. ; Dou- 
cette, c. ; Haskell, Shaw, r. g. ; Donald, Mills, r. t. \ Moulton, r. e. ; 
Garrison, q. b. ; Dibblee, /. h. b. ; Warren, Parker, r. h. b. 

Pennsylvania Game, Philadelphia, Nov. 20, 1897 

Pennsylvania — Boyle, /. e. ; Goodman, Carnett, /. /. ; Hare, /. g. ; 
Overfield, c. ; McCracken, r. g. ; Outland, r. t. ; Hedges, r. e. ; 
Weeks, q. b. ; Jackson, /. h. b. ; Morice, r. h. b. ; Minds,/, b. 

Harvard — Moulton, r.e.; Mills, Haughton, ;-. /. ; Haskell, Boal, 
r. g. ; Doucette, c. ; Bouv6, /. g. ; Wheeler, /. t. ; Richardson, /. e. ; 
Garrison, Cochrane, q. b. ; Parker, Sawin, r. h. b. ; Dibblee, /. //. b. 
Haughton, Mills,/, b. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 77 

'NINETY-EIGHT CLASS FOOT BALL 
FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 

Summary of Games 

'98 V. Hopkinson's 24 to o 

'98 St. Mark's 10 6 

'98 Groton 14 17 

'98 Worcester High iS 10 

'98 Boston Latin 22 o 

'98 Columbia, '98 33 o 

'98 Yale, '98 12 6 

Class Championship 

'98 z'. '97 .... 10 to 10 '95 z'. '96 . . . . 12 to o 
'98 '97 .... 12 10 '95 '98 .... 8 o 
'95 won the Championship 

' Ninety- Eight Eleven — Woods, Wadsworth, /. e.) Fuller, A. H. 
Rice, Holmes, R. W. P. Brown, /. /. ; Burrage, Hoague, Bouv6, l.g. ; 
Hennen, Hoague, c. ; Woodward, r. g. ; F. L. Ames, Holmes, Seaver, 
r. t. ; Curtis, Bull, Seaver, Newell, r. e. ; Scott, captain, q. b. ; Cabot, 
Knox, /. /i. b.) Redpath, r. h. b.; Rand, Fincke, Flint, C. B. Man- 
ning, Gierasch,/. b. 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95 -'96 

Summary of Games 

'98 V. English High o to o 

'98 Boston Latin 14 o 

'98 Whitman High 4 4 

'98 Hopkinson's 6 o 

Class Championship 

'96 V. '97 .... 10 to 10 '99 V. '98. . . . 12 to 10 

'97 '96 .... 6 4 '97 '99 .... 12 o 

'98 '99 .... 6 6 
'97 won the Championship 

' Ninety-Eight Ele\^n — Curtis, Emmons, Flershem, /. e. ; K. 
Adams, A. H. Rice, captain, I. t. ; Burrage, L. S. Butler, Fuller, K. 



CLASS REPORT OF 



SOPHOMORK YEAR, '95 -'96 {Continued) 

Adams, Bouvi^, /.g.; Marvin, Hoague, c; Graydon, Hennen, r. g.; 
Burrnge, K. Adams, Thayer, r. /; Flershem, Hurley, Emmons, 
Tilden, Bull, Wadsworth, r. c. ; Valentine, q. b. ; Gibbs, Herman, 
Shcppard, Cozzens, r. h. b. ; Sheppard, Gibbs, Herman and Knox, 
/. K /'.; Flint, C. B. Manning,/, b. 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96-'97 
Summary of Games 

'98 V. Lowell A. A 14 to o 

Class Championship 

'99 V. '00 . . . o to o '97 V. '98. . . . 10 to o 
'99 '00 ... 12 o '97 '99 . ... 10 o 

'97 won the Championship 

' Ninety- Eight Eleven — Wadsworth, Curtis, I.e. ; A. H. Rice, cap- 
tain, 1. 1. ; Riggs, Hennen, /. g. ; Hoague, Marvin, c. ; Thayer, r. g. ; 
Holmes, Riggs, r. t. ; Flershem, r. e. ; Valentine, q. b. ; C. B. Man- 
ning, r. h. b. ; Scull, /. h. b. ; Flint,/, b. 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 

Summary of Games 

'98 V. Second Eleven o to 12 

Class Championship 

'99 V. '98 . . 10 to o '99 V. '01 . . . . 12 to 8 
'01 '00 . . 36 o 

'99 won the Championship 

' Ninety-Eight Eleven — Curtis, /. e. ; A. H. Rice, captain, Holmes, 
/. t. ; Stone, /. g. ; Marvin, c. ; Hennen, Seaver, r. g. ; Holmes, 
Thayer, r. t. ; Flershem, J. C. Rice, r. e. ; Vincent, q. b. ; K. Adams, 
Riggs, r. h. b. ; Riggs, A. H. Rice, /. h. b. ; Emmons, K. Adams,/ b. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 79 



TRACK ATHLETICS 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-'95 

OFFICERS H. A. A. G. Crompton, '95, Presidetd 

W. F. Garcelon, L.S., Vice-President 
A. H. Bullock, '96, Treasurer 
H. H. Howe, '97, Secretary 



UNIVERSITY HANDICAP GAMES 
Holmes Field, Oct. 28, 1894 



EVENT 


RECORD 


220-yard hurdles 


26f s. 


220-yard dash 


23s. 


Pole vault 


9 ft. ID in. 



'98 MEN PLACED 

P. D. Rust, 20 yards, second 
F. L. Hardenbrook, 8 yards, yfrj/ 
( A. B. Emmons, 9 m.,Jirsi 
\ W. W. Hoyt, scratch, second 



WINTER MEETING, HEMENWAY GYMNASIUM 

Feb. 16, 1895 

1 0-yard dash — J. W. Edson, second 

Pole vault — W. W. Hoyt,/rj-/ 



INTER-CLASS CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 

April 12, 1895 

Welles Cup. Winner — Class of 1897 

'97, 60 points; '96, 32 points; '98, 31 points; '95, 3 points 



event 


RECORD 


loo-yard dash 


lOf s. 


2-mile bicycle race 
I -mile walk 
440-yard dash 


6 m. 4 s. 

7 m. 2i| s. 
S'fs. 


One half-mile run 


I m. 58 s. 


220-yard dash 


23|S. 


Running broad jump 
Pole vault 


21 ft. 9f in. 
9 ft. I If in. 



'98 MEN PLACED 

^ F. H. Bigelow, yfrj/ 
\ L. W. Redpath, second 
H. C. Burdett, second 
C. J. Liebmann. third 
P. B. Sawyer, thit-d 
( C. H. Williams, second 
l L. H. Hosmer, third 
( L. W. Redpath, second 
\ J. W. Edson, third 
V. H. Smith, third 
A. B. Emmons,_/frj'/ 



So 



CLASS REPORT OF 



FRESHMAN YEAR, '94 -'95 ( Continued) 

SPRING MEETING 
Holmes Field, May 4, 1895 

'98 MEN PLACED 

L. W. Redpath,yfrj/ 
VV. D. Hennen, third 

rst 
second 
H. C. Burdett, third 
C. J. Liebmann, second 
G. Newell, second 
A. B. 'Emmons, Jirst (tie) 



EVENT 


RECORD 


lOO-yard dash 


lof s. 


Throwing hammer 


108 ft. 8 in. 


220-yard dash 


22| S. 


2-mile bicycle race 


5 m. 32 s. 


I -mile walk 


7 m. 26| s. 


i-mile run 


4 m- 3o| s. 


Pole vault 


9 ft. 5 in. 



5 L. VV. Redpath,/rj 
\ F. H. Bigelow, seco 



UNIVERSITY TRACK ATHLETIC CUP ASSOCIATION 

Holmes Field, May 18, 1895 

Yale, 65 points; Harvard, 47 points 



EVENT 


RECORD 


'98 MEN PLACED 


1 00-yard dash 


lof s. 


L. W. Redpath, second 


220-yard dash 


22fs. 


L. W. Redpath, second 


Pole vault 


II ft. 


W. W. Hoyt.yfri-/ 


Team race 


3 m. 29I s. 


J. W. Edson, second 



INTER-COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Twentieth Annual Meeting 

Manhattan Field, New York, May 25, 1895 

Yale, 30 points; U. of P., 24 points; Harvard, 22 points 

event record '98 MEN PLACED 



Pole vault 



1 1 ft. 2|in. W. W. Hoyt, second 



SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-96 
OFFICERS H.A.A. A. H. BuLLOCK, '96, President 

H. W. Howe, '97, Vice-President 

L. W. Jenkins, '96, Treasurer 

P. S. Dalton, '98, Secretary 

UNIVERSITY HANDICAP GAMES 
Holmes Field, Oct. 28, 1S95 

EVENT record '98 MEN PLACED 

440-yard dash S'i s. J. M. Abbott, 30 yards, second 

880-yard run I m. 58 s. C. H. Williams, 15 yards, second 

Throwing hammer 123 ft. 7 in. W. D. Hennen, 15 ft., second 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 



SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95 -'96 {Continued) 

INTER-CLASS GAMES 

April 13, 1896 

Welles Cup. Winner — Class of 1897 

'97, 48 points ; '98, 44 points ; '96, 27 points ; '99, 7 points 



EVENT 

1 00-yard dash 

120-yard hurdle 
I -mile walk 

2-mile bicycle race 

I-mile run 

220-yard dash 

880-yard run 
Throwing hammer 
Putting shot 

Pole vault 

SPRING MEETING 
April 17, 1896 

EVENT 

loo-yard dash 

i-mile walk 

220-yard dash 

Running broad jump 
Throwing hammer 
2-mile bicycle race 



RECORD 
lO^S. 
l6f S. 

7 m. 2i| s. 
5 m. 27 s. 
4 m. 3i|s. 

22| S. 

I m. 57 I s. 
105 ft. 6 in. 
35 ft. 9^ in. 
10 ft. i in. 



'98 MEN PLACED 

5 L. W. Redpath,yfr.r/ 
( F. H. Bigelow, second 
J. C. Rice, third 
C. J. Liebmann, second 
5 E. D. Powers, yfrj'/ 
|j. F. Wood, third 

G. Newell, third 
J F. H. Bigelow,yfrj'/ 
\ L. W. Redpath, second 
C. H. Williams, second 
W. D. Hennen,yfrj-/ 
W. D. Hennen, third 
(A. B. Emmons, yfrj'/ 



F. Curtis, second 



RECORD '98 MEN PLACED 

10% 5 F. H. Bigelow, /r.r/ 

* ■ ( L. W. Redpath, second 

7 m. 22 s. C. J. Liebmann, second 

1 5 F. H. Bigelow, Jirst 

235 s- -j L W. Redpath, second 

22 ft. 2^ in. J. G. Clarke, _/?rj-^ 
105 ft. 10 in. W. D. Hennen, _/frj/ 
5 m. 55| s. E. D. Powers, third 



HARVARD-PENNSYLVANIA DUAL GAMES 

May 16, 1896 

Harvard, 65 points; U. of P., 47 points 



EVENT RECORD 

loo-yard dash io-|- s. 

I-mile walk 7 m. ii| s. 

22f s. 

10 ft. 10 in 

122 ft. 5^ in. W. D. Hennen, third 

MOTT HAVEN GAMES 
May 30, 1896 

Yale, 44^ points; U. of P.. 22J points; Harvard, 14 points 

6 



220-yard dash 

Pole vault 
Throwing hammer 



'98 MEN placed 
F. H. Bigelow, third 
C. J. Liebmann, third 
( L. W. Redpath, yfrj-/ 
\ F. H. Bigelow, second 
A. B. Emmons, second 



82 



CLASS REPORT OF 



JUNIOR YEAR, '96-'97 

OFFICERS H.A.A. H. W. HowE, '97, President 

W. R. Mansfield, '97, Vice-President 
F. H. BiGELOW, '98 Secretary 
F. R. NouRSE, '99, Tr-easurer 

UNIVERSITY HANDICAP GAMES 
Holmes Field, Nov. 2, 1S96 



EVENT 

8So-yard run 

Running broad jump 
Putting shot 
Tlirowing hammer 
Pole vault 



RECORD 

I m. 59| s. 

22 ft. \ in. 
38 ft. 6 in. 
116 ft. 5 in. 
9 ft. 9 in. 

INTER-CLASS GAMES 

April 9, 1897 

Welles Cup. Winner— Class of 1897 

'97, 50 points; '98, 35 points ; '99, 30 points : '00, 11 points 



'98 MEN PLACED 

\ E. D. Fullerton, 50 yds., second 
"J N. P. Breed, 60 yards, third 
A. B. Emmons, 2 ft., second 
W. D. Hennen, 3 ii., first 
W. D. Hennen, scratch, third 
A. B. Emmons, third 



EVENT 

I -mile walk 

440-yard dash 
I -mile run 
880-yard run 
220-vard dash 

2-mile bicycle race 

Running broad jump 

Pole vault 



RECORD 

7 m. 42f s. 

51 s. 

4 m. 29f s. 
2 m. 4 s. 
23f s. 

7 m. 14 s. 

22 ft. 

10 ft. I in. 



IS: 



'98 MEN PLACED 

E. T. Gundlach.yfri-/ 
E. B. Edwards, second 
M. L. Butler, third 
E. A. Starbuck, second 

E. D. Fullerton, third 

F. H. Bigelow, second 
H. Richards, /^>J/ 
F. Hurt, second 

J. G. Clarke, yf/'i-/ 



( A. B. Emmons, first 
\ F. Curtis, second 



UNIVERSITY TRACK GAMES 

April 17, 1S97 



EVENT 

loo-yard dash 

I -mile walk 

440-yard dash 

I -mile run 

220-yard dash 

I -mile bicycle race 

Running broad jump 



RECORD 

io|s. 

7m.35f s. 

5i|s. 
4 m. 27 s. 
22f s. 
2 m. 22f s. 
22 ft. li in. 



'98 MEN PLACED 

F. H. Bigelow, second 
\ E. T. Gundlach,/rj/ 
I E. B. Edwards, third 

M. L. Butler, third 

E. A. Starbuck, second 

F. H. Bigelow, second 
H. H. Richards, third 
J. G. Clarke, /rj-/ 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 83 



JUNIOR YEAR, '96-'97 {Continued) 

HARVARD-PENNSYLVANIA DUAL GAMES 
May 8, 1S97 

U. OF P., 55 points 



Harvard, ^j points 

EVENT 

100-3'ard dash 
220-yard dash 
Running broad jump 

Pole vault 



RECORD 

10 s. 

22f S. 

22 ft. 8 in. 

II ft. 



'98 MEN PLACED 

F. H. Bigelow, third 
F. H. Bigelow, third 
J. G. Clarke, second 



5 W. W. Yi.oyt,Jirst 



Emmons, second 



HARVARD-YALE DUAL GAMES 

May 15, 1897 

Yale, So points ; Harvard, 24 points. 

EVENT RECORD '98 MEN PLACED 

Running broad jump 21 ft. g\ in. J. G. Clarke, third 

MOTT HAVEN GAMES 

Berkeley Oval, May 28-29, ^^97 

U. OF P., 35 points; Yale, 26 j\ points ; Harvard, 15I points ; 

Princeton, i s^\ points 

event record '98 men placed 

Pole vault II ft. 3f in. W. W. Hoyt, second 

SENIOR YEAR, 'gy-'gS 

OFFICERS H.A.A. B. H. Hayes,'98, President 

F. R. NouRSE, '99, Vice-President 
J. T. Roche, '99, Secretary 
A. G. Mason, 'go, Treasurer 

UNIVERSITY HANDICAP GAMES 

Holmes Field, Oct. 28, 1897 

2-mile bicycle race 5 m. 8f s. E, Warner,7frj/f 

UNIVERSITY TRACK GAMES 



98 MEN PLACED 

E. T. Gundlach, secofid 
E. A. Starbuck, third 



April 14, 1898 






EVENT 




record 


1-mile walk 




7 m. 3of s. 


i-mile run 




4 m- iH s. 


Pole vault 




10 ft. 


Throwing hammer 


124 ft. 2 in. 


Running broad 


jump 


21 ft. 2\ in. 



( A. B. Emmons, yfrj/ 
\ W. W. Hoyt, seco?id 



W. D. Hennen, second 
Clarke, y?;'.?/ 
Tilden, second 



( J. G. Clarke, y?;'.?/ 
1 C. S. 



H 



CLASS REPORT OF 



SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 (Continued) 

INTER-CLASS GAMES 

April 30, 1S98 

Wf.llks Cup. Winner — Class of igoi 

"oi, 42 points; '99, 23 points; '98, 22 points; '00, 21 points 



EVENT 


RECORD 


'98 MEN PLACED 


100-yard dash 


10^ s. 


F. H. Bigelow, second 


220-yard dash 


23 s. 


F. H. Bigelow, first 


SSo-vard run 


2 m. 5 s. 


E. D. Fullerton, second 


Pole vault 


10 ft. 3 in. 


A. B. Emmons, second 


Throwing hammer 


113 ft. 7 in. 


W. D. Hennen, fij-st 


Running broad jump 


21 ft. 9 in. 


C. S. Tilden, second 



HARVARD-YALE DUAL GAMES 

May 14, 1898 

Harvard, 56 points ; Yale, 48 points 

EVENT RECORD '98 MEN PLACED 

220-yard dash 22| s. F. H. Bigelow, third 

Running broad jump 22 ft. 10 in. J. G. Clarke, second 



Throwing hammer 



123 ft. 10 in. W. D. Hennen, first 



MOTT HAVEN GAMES 

Berkeley Oval, May 28, 1898 

U. OF P., 5of points; Princeton, 28 points; Harvard, 26| points; 

Yale, 22| points 

EVENT record '98 MEN PLACED 

Pole vault II ft. I in. W. W. Uoyi, first (tie) 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 85 



CRICKET 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 

OFFICERS H. U. C. C. E. H. PoOL, '95, President 
J. C. Gray, '97, Secretayy 
P. H. Cl_\rk, '96, Captain 

Summary of Gaines 

Harvard v. University of Pennsylvania . 



85 to 153 



97 
32 
62 

57 
^l 
12 



„ Haverford 35 

„ Lowell 128 

„ Brockton (yT^ 

„ B. A. A 30 

B. A.A 35 

„ Lynn 80 

Harvard Eleven — E. H. Pool, '95 ; W. W. Comfort, '95 ; H. H. 

Richardson, '95 ; S. Adams, '95 ; P. H. Clark, '96 ; W. A. Parker, 

'96; E. R. Mathews, '96; H. G. Gray, '97; E. Du Pont, '97; 

H. R. Scott, '97 ; C. E. Morgan, '98; F. A. Kennedy, '97; T. M. 

Hastings, '98 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-'96 

OFFICERS H. U. C. C. Dr. A. C. Garret, Ifistructor, President 

G. VON Utassy, '98, Secretary 

P. H. Clark, '96, Captain 



Summary of Games 

May 3, Harvard v. Lowell 



7 


) 




Zingari . 




44 


50 


13 


> 




B. A. A. . . 




66 


6r 


16 


y 




Lynn . . . 




48 


88 


22 


> 




Univ. of Penn. 




129 


130 


23 


> 




Haverford . 




155 


165 


Harvard Eleven — 


-w. 


w 


Duckering, 2 M. 


; W. 


W. Cc 


)mfort 



51 to 27 



G. Lippincott, '96; P. H. Clark, '96; E. H. Wells, '97; C. E. 
Morgan, '98 ; H. R. Scott, '97 ; H. G. Gray, '97 ; E. Du Pont, '97 ; 
H. Blanchard, '98 ; T. M. Hastings, '98 



86 



CLASS REPORT OF 



1 I'M OR YEAR, '96 -'97 

OJ-'J-fCJiA'S H. U. c. C. H. G. Gray, '97, President 

G. VON Utassy, '98, Secretary 
\V. W. Comfort, 2 G., Captain 

Summary of Games 

May I, Harvard v. Lowell . . 

5 „ Zingari . . 

14 „ Univ. of Penn. 

19 „ B. A. A, . . 

21 „ Haverford . 

Harvard Ele\t:n — D. H. Adams, '97; A. Drinkwater, '00; R. H. 
Carleton, '98 ; W. W. Comfort, 2 G. ; F. W. Rawle, 2 L. ; J. H. 
Scattergood, '97; R. Haughton, '00; W. C. Webster, '97; E. A. 
Waters, '98 ; T. M. Hastings, '98 ; H. G. Gray, '97 ; E. R. Douglas, 
2G. ; E. Du Pont, '97; R. R. Logan, '97; F. X. Crawford, AL ; 
F. L. Beecher, '98; R. B. Cutting, '97; E. H. Wells, '97; H. C. 
Perkins, 2 M. 



92 to 48 

48 46 

109 108 

112 78 

132 117 



SENIOR YEAR, '97 -'98 
Summary of Games 

OFFICERS H. U. C. C. G. VON Utassy, Manager 
R. H. Carleton, Captain 
May 7, Hansard v. Brockton . . , 



II 

14 

19 
20 

23 



Boston Cricket Club 
St. Paul's School . 
Staten Island C. C. 
Univ. of Penn. 
Haverford . . . 



97 
55 
no 
80 
68 



to 46 

56 
100 

79 
176 
112 



Harvard Eleven — R. H. Carelton, '98 ; P. Dove, '98 ; T. M. Hast- 
ings, '98 ; C. E. Morgan, '98 ; A. Drinkwater, '00 ; J. De K. Towner, 
'98; R. Haughton, '00; H. Edwards, 2 G. ; H. F. Ward, i G. ; 
G. H. Wilder, "oo ; H. G. Gray, 2 L. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 87 

TENNIS 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-'95 
OFFICERS H.L. T.A. R. D. Wrenn, '95, President 

J. H. Chase, '95, Vice-President 

J. B. Read, '95, Secretary and Treasurer 

M. Johnston, '95, Sejiior Director 

A. CoDMAN, 'gG, Junior Director 

H. T. Nichols, '97, Sopho7nore Director 

Spring Tournament^ ^^y, 1895 
Singles — Winner: J. H. Chase, '95 
Doubles — Winners : J. H. Chase, '95, and J. B. Read, '95 

College Championship 

Singles — Winner: G. L. Wrenn, Jr., '96 

Doubles — Winners : J. H. Chase, '95, and J. B. Read, '95 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-'96 

OFFICERS H.L. T.A. G. L. Wrenn, Jr., '96, President 
R. C. Thomas, '96, Vice-President 
A. CoDMAN, '96, Secretary and Treasurer 
R. B. Williams, '96, Senior Director 
L. Williams, 'g^, Junior Director 
P. S. Dalton, '98, Sophomore Director 
L. E. Ware, '99, Freshman Director 

College Championship 

Singles — Winner: G. L. Wrenn, Jr., '96 

Doubles — Winners: L. E. Ware, '99, and W. M. Scudder, '99 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96-'97 

OFFICERS H.L. T.A. H. J. HoLT, '98, President 

M. D. Whitman, '99, Vice-Presidefit 
H. I. Foster, '98, Senior Director 
W. M. Scudder, '(^g, Junior Director 
H. Ward, '00, Sophomore Director 
E, R. Marvin, '99, Secretary 



CLASS REPORT OF 



College Championship 

Singles — E. R. Marvin, '99 

Doubles— H. J. Holt, '98, and G. C. Ward, '98 

Intercollegiate Tournament, Fall o/" 1896 

Singles — M. D. Whitman, '99, Harvard 

Doubles — L. E. Ware, '99, and W. M. Scudder, '99, Har\Mrd 

SENIOR YEAR, '97 -'98 

OFFICERS ILL. T. A. L. E. Ware, '99, Preside?it 

M. D. Whitman, '99, Vice-President 
H. Ward, 'go. Secretary aiid Treasurer 
E. R. Marvin, '99, Senior Director 
D. F. Davis, 'go, Junior Director 
H. McK. Jones, 'gi. Sophomore Director 

College Championship 

Singles — E. R. Marvin, '99 

Doubles — E. R. Marvin, '99, and M. D. Whitman, '99 

Intercollegiate Tournament, Fall (?/" 1897 

Singles — F. W. Turner, Princeton 

Doubles — L. E. Ware, '99, and M. D. Whitman, '99, Harvard 

SHOOTING 

FRESHMAN YEAR, '94-95 
OFFICERS H. U. S. C. S. A. Lawton, '95, President 

C. A. Pierce, '96. Vice-President 

J. Sargent, Jr., '95, Secretary, Treasurer, 

Executive Officer 
S. F. Eddy, '95 ^ 
S. Heckscher, '96 >• Directors 
W. Byrd, '97 ) 

Harvard-Yale-Princeton Match — At Hartford, Nov. 23, 

1894 
Yale, 1 01 ; Harvard, 92 ; Princeton, 87 

Harvard Team — C. B. Pike, 2 L. ; S, A. Lawton, '95 ; R. D. Ster- 
ling, '96 ; P. Dove, '98 ; J. Sargent, Jr., '95 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 89 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-96 
OFFICERS H. U. S. C. S. Heckscher, '96, President 
VV. Byrd, '97, Vice-President 
R. D. Sterling, '96, Secretary, Treasurer, 

Executive Officer 
G. H. KiNNicuTT, '98, Assistant Executive 

Officer 
E. F. W. Bartol, '96 -) 

E. Du Pont, '97 > Directors 

F. A. Sterling, '98 3 

Harvard-Tale-Princeton Match — Nov. 2, 1895 
Princeton, 120; Harvard, 116; Yale, '98 

Harvard Team — E. F. W. Bartol, '96; A. T. Harris, '97; C. A. 
Hardy, '97 ; P. Dove, '98 ; F. A. Sterling, '98 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96-'97 

OFFICERS H. U.S. C. W. Byrd, '97, President 

C. A. Hardy, '97, Vice-President 

H. F. Lunt, Treasurer and Executive Officer 

E. F. W. Bartol, '96 ^ 

E. Du Pont, '97 |- Directors 

F. A. Sterling, '98 3 

Harvard-T ale-Princeton Match — Nov. 7, 1896 

Yale, 67 ; Princeton, 57 ; Harvard, 46 

Harvard Team — H. D. Prescott, '98 ; H. Perkins, L. ; G. H. Kinni- 

cutt, '98 ; P. Bancroft, '99 ; R. W. Stover, '98 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-'98 

OFFICERS H. U.S. C. H. F. LuNT, '98, President 

J. M. Campbell, '99, Secretary and Manager 
P. Dove, '98, Captain 
Harvard-Tale-Princeton-Pennsylvania Match — May 7, 

1898 
Harvard 131 ; Yale, 108 ; U. of P. 98 : Princeton, 96 
Harvard Team — J. M. Campbell, '99; B. S. Blake, '01 ; P. Ban- 
croft, '99 j E. Mallinckrodt,'oo; H. W. Dana, '00 



90 CLASS REPORT OF 

GOLF 

The Harvard Golf Club was formally organized January 21, 1897, 

with the following officers 

J. H. Choate, '97, President 

J. F. Curtis, '99, Secretary and Treasurer 

Executive Committee 
S. Bell, L. S. F. Curtis, '98 W. B. Cuttl\g, '00 

J. H. Choate, '9 7 J. F. Curtis, '99 

JUNIOR YEAR, 'Qb-'g; 

May I, 1897, Harvard v. Agawan Hunt Club, 4 to 14 

hitercollegiate Golf 'Tournament ^ May 14, 1897 

Final score — Yale, 24 ; Harvard, 4 

Harvard Team — Curtis, '98 ; Stone, '98; Gannett, '97; Choate, 

'97; Burden, '97; Swann, '98; Averill, '99; Underwood, '97; 

Cutting, '00 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-'98 

OFFICERS H. U. G. C. J. H. Choate, '97, President 

S. Bell, L. S., Secretary and Treasurer 

Executive Committee 
S. Bell, L. S. R. B. Stone, '98 W. B. Cutting, '00 

J. H. Choate '97 J. F. Curtis, '99 

Nov. 6, 1897, Harvard v. Country Club . . 11 to 17 
Apr. 27, 1898 „ Wollaston ... 15 9 

May 2, 1898 „ Country Club . . 34 4 

Intercollegiate Golf Tournament^ May 5, 1898 

Harvard v. Columbia 33 to o 

Harvard v. Yale 3 12 

Harvard Team — Cutting, '00; Choate, L. S. j Burden, L. S. ; 

Barger, '98 ; Sargent, '99 ; Curtis, '98 ; Wheelock, '01 ; Jenkins, L. S. ; 

Buck, '98 ; Averill, '99 ; Homans, '99 ; Clark, '01 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 91 

LACROSSE 

FRESHMAN YEAR '94-'95 

OFFICERS H. U. L. A. P. L. HoRNE, Gr., President 

F. L. Beecher, '98, Secreta7-y and Treasurer 
R. H. E. Starr, '96, Captain 

G. C. Curtis, L. S., Manager 

F. OuTERBRiDGE, '96, Assistant Manager 

The Twelve — H. A. L. Sand, goal ; R. H. E. Starr, point; C. 
R. Woods, cover point; W. Scott, ij-/ defence ; C. J. Morrison, 
2^ defence; F. Outerbridge, 3^ defence; P. L. Home, centre ; S. 
Outerbridge, T^d attack ; H. N. Arnold, 2^ attack; J. A. Leighton, 
1st attack ; F. L. Beecher, outside home; B. T. Burley, inside home 
Substitutes — G. C. Curtis, E. T. Brewster, G. Le Clear 

Summary of Games ^ 1895 

April 6, Harvard v. Boston Lacrosse Team . . . 3 to 5 
19 „ Beachmont Lacrosse Team . 3 i 
27 „ Boston Lacrosse Team . . 3 4 
May 3 „ Crescent Athletic Club (Brook- 
lyn) 2 4 

4 „ Stevens (New York) ... 2 3 

25 „ Cornell (Ithaca) . . . . i 2 

30 M Boston 3 3 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95-'96 

OFFICERS H. U.L. A. H. L. Sand, '97, President 

B. T. Burley, '97, Secretary and Treasurer 

C. M. Woods, '98, Captain 
H. C. Ring, '98, Manager 

The Twelve — W. Scott, ^^a/; H. A. L. Sand, /^/«/; C. R. Woods, 
cover point; R. H. E.Starr, 1st defence ; E. P. Dearborn, 2d de- 
fence ; W. Abbe, yi defence ; P. L. Home, centre; F. B. Taylor, 3^ 
attack; J. A. Leighton, 2d attack ; F. L. Beecher, 1st attack ; B. T. 
Burley, outside home ; H. C. Ring, /;/^/V/^ //^w^ 
Substitutes — G. C. Curtis, E. T. Brewster, G. Le Clear 



92 CLASS REPORT OF 

SOPHOMORE YEAR, '95 -'96 {Continued) 
Summary of Games ^ 1896 

May 3, Harvard v. Johns Hopkins 2 to 2 

4 » Lehigh 4 i 

15 „ Stevens 2 5 

16 „ Crescent A. A 3 4 

JUNIOR YEAR, '96-'97 

OFFICERS II. U. L. A. H. A. L. Sand, 2 L., President 

W. Abbe, '98, Secretary and Treasurer 

B. T. BuRLEY, '97, Captain 

H. C. Ring, '98, Manager 
The Twelve — H. A. L. Sand, goal; H. J. Wilder, point; C. M. 
Woods, coDer poiJit; F. B. Cooley, \st defence ; G. H. Breed, 2^ 
defence; N. P. Breed, 3^ defence; C. H. Ladd, cejitre ; F. L. 
Beecher, 3^ a//a^^ ,• W.D.Brookings, 2^ attack; F. B. Taylor, li/ 
attack ; B. T. Burley, outside home ; H. C. Ring, /«j-/^<? /^(?;/;,? 
Substitutes — R. E. Sweezey, E. M, Schwartzenberg 

Summary of Games ^ 1897 

Harvard v. All Massachusetts 9 to o 

„ Swarthmore i i 

„ Lehigh i 5 

„ Stevens 4 10 

„ Crescent A. A 2 10 

„ Crescent A. A. (Second) .... 6 2 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-'98 

OFFICERS H. U. L. A. F. H. PuRiNGTON, '99, President 

E. R. Fay, '01, Secretary and Treasurer 

F. B. Taylor, '99, Captain 

The Twelve — H. A. L. Sand, 3 L., goal; E. P. Dearborn, '98, 
point; C. M. Woods, '98, cover point; C. F. Curley, i L., 1st de- 
fence ; F. C. McLaughlin, 3 L., 2d defence ; F. H. Purington, '99, 
2,d defence ; N. P. Breed, '98, centre; R. S. Hardy, '01, 2,d attack ; 
W. D. Brookings, 3 L., 2d attack; F. B. Taylor, '99, \st attack; 
H. C. Ring, '98, captain and outside home ; E. R. Fay, '01, inside 
home ; W. L. Harrington, '98, substitute goal 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 93 

SENIOR YEAR, '97-98 {Continued) 

Summary of Games y 1897-98 

April 22, Harvard v. Swarthmore 3 to 3 

„ 23 „ Lehigh i 3 

May 13 „ Stevens 2 9 

14 „ Crescent A. A 3 11 

16 „ Columbia 8 5 



VI 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



GENERAL ACCOUNTS 

Total subscriptions .^9,685.00 First, second, and third 

instalments . . . 
Anticipated payments . 
Overdue accounts . . 
Balance not yet due . 



^9,685.00 

STATEMENT, MAY i, 1901 

Subscriptions to the Class Fund 
I subscription of ^300.00 . . 



3 subscriptions 

2 „ 
2 

7 
2 
I subscription 

I „ 

I „ 

55 subscriptions 
I subscription 

3 subscriptions 

1 subscription 

2 subscriptions 
16 

104 „ 
2 



53,530.10 

561.80 

2,280.90 

3,312.20 

59,685.00 



S300.00 ^300. 00 

250.00 . 250.00 

200.00 600.00 

150.00 300.00 

125.00 250.00 

100.00 700.00 

80.00 160.00 

75-00 , . 75-00 

70.00 70.00 

60.00 60.00 

50.00 2,750.00 

45-00 45-00 

40.00 120.00 

37-00 37-00 

35-00 35-00 

32.00 .......... 64.00 

30.00 480.00 

25.00 2,600.00 

22.00 44.00 

Carried forward . . $8,940.00 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 95 

STATEMENT, MAY i, 1901 {Continued) 

Brought forward . $8,940.00 
22 subscriptions of 20.00 440.00 

9 » „ 15-00 135-00 

14 „ „ 10.00 140.00 

6 „ „ 5-00 30.00 

257 subscriptions, with a total of $9,685.00 

Average, $37.69 



BALANCE SHEET 






Br, 




<tx. 


To 


By Expenses 




First, second, and third 


Senior dinner . . . 


$895.00 


instalments . . . $3,530.10 


Commencement spread 




Anticipated payments 561.80 


(1899) . . . . 


72.15 


Balance from Class 


Commencement spread 




Day Committee . 1,823.09 


(1900) . . . . 


50.00 


Balance from Photo- 


Albums and cabinets . 


125.00 


graphic Committee 131-25 


Instalment on Class 




Interest 127.79 


Report, 1 90 1 . . 
McCarter & Kneeland 


60.00 




(Printing) . . . 


101.00 




Secretary and Treasurer 


616.38 




Balance 


4,254-50 



),1 74.03 



.174-03 



DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS 

Aquidneck National Bank $1,740.18 

Third „ „ 2,514.02 

Cash on hand ,30 

^4,254-50 

William Woodward, 

Treasurer 



VII 

^NINETY-EIGHT MEN IN 
THE SPANISH WAR 

ARMY 

BRINE, LEWIS ROWE. Corp. Co. H, 8th Mass. Inf., U. S. V. 
Mustered in, May 1 1, 1898. Honorably discharged, Sept. 28, 
1S98. Served at Chickamauga Park, Ga., Lexington, Ky., 
and Americus, Ga. 

BULL, CHARLES CALDWELL. Private, Troop A, ist Vol. 
Cav., U. S. V. Mustered in. May 4, 1898. Mustered out, 
Sept. 14, 1898. Served in Texas, Fla., and in Santiago 
campaign. In skirmish at Las Guasiraas, June 24 

BUMPUS, EDWARD AVERY. Private, Bat. A, ist Mass. H. A., 
U. S. V. Mustered in, May 9, 1898. Served on coast de- 
fence duty in Mass. Appointed 2d Lieut. 21st Inf., U. S. A., 
Aug. 5, 1898. Stationed in Georgia 

BURDETT, HAROLD CORTHELL. Corp. Co. H, 8th Mass. 
Inf., U. S. V. Mustered in. May 11, 1898. Honorably dis- 
charged, Oct. 1 1, 1898. Served in Georgia, and in Kentucky 

CHILDS, HERBERT HOWARD. Private, Troop A, N. Y. Cav., 
U. S. V. Mustered in, May 20, 1898. Mustered out, 1898. 
Serv'ed in Porto Rico campaign 

CUTTER, CHARLES WINTHROP. Private, Bat. A, ist Mass. 
H. A., U. S. V. (May 9, 1898 -Nov. 14, 1898). Coast de- 
fence in Mass. 

EMMET, GRENVILLE TEMPLE. Co. I, 69th N. Y. Inf., 
U. S. V. Promoted successively 2d Lieut., ist Lieut., 
Adjutant, to Aide-de-Camp on staff of Maj. Gen. Coppinger 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 97 

FLINT, JOHN. Private, Co. A, 6th Mass. Inf., U. S, V. (June 
27, 1898-Jan. 21, 1899). Porto Rico campaign. In fight 
at Guanica 

FULLERTON^ EDWARD DWIGHT. ist Lieut., Bat. A, ist 
H. A., U. S. V. (May 9, 1898 -Nov. 14, 1S98). Coast de- 
fence in Mass. Detached July 18 for duty at Fort Columbus, 

N. Y. 

FURNESS, JAMES THWING. Corp. 49th la. Inf., U. S. V. 
On duty at Jacksonville, Fla. Died Sept. 11, 1S98, of 
typhoid fever 

GIERASCH, PAUL FRANCIS JULIUS. Private, Hospital Corps, 
U. S. A. Enlisted, May 2, 1898 

GILLESPIE, LAURENCE LEWIS. 2d Lieut., Co. F, ist Vol. 
Engineers, U. S. V. Appointed June 7, 1898. ist Lieut. 
Aug. 5. Served in Porto Rico. Resigned, Sept. 30, 1898 

GOODRICH, DAVID MARVIN. Private, Troop B, ist Vol. 
Cav., U. S. v., May 4, 1898. 2d Lieut. Troop D, May 20. 
Served in Santiago campaign. In skirmish at Las Guasimas, 
June 24, and Battle of San Juan, July i. Recommended for 
promotion for gallantry. Mustered out as ist Lieut., Sept. 
15, 1898 

GUILLOW, LOUIS EZRA. Private, Hospital Corps, U. S. A. 
(Aug. 12, 1898- Oct. 20, 1898). Served in fever camp at 
Camp McPherson, Ga. 

HARDENBROOK, FREDERICK LAMPMAN. "Astor Bat- 
tery " L. A., U. S. V. Served in Philippine Islands. At 
battle of Manila 

HOLT, HARRISON JEWELL. Corp. Troop D, ist Vol. Cav., 
U. S. V. Served in Santiago campaign (May, 1898 -Sept. 
15, 1898) 

HOWARD, ARTHUR HENRY. Corp. Bat. A, ist Mass. H. A., 
U. S. V. (May 9, 1S98-N0V. 14, 1898). Coast defence in 
Mass. 



,jS CLASS REPORT OF 

KEENE, CHARLES HERBERT. Private, Bat. A, ist Mass. 
H. A., U. S. V. (May 9, 1898 -Nov. 14, 189S). Coast de- 
fence in Mass. 

KILBRETH, JOHN WILLIAM, Jr. 2d Lieut. 4th Art., U. S. A. 

KNOX, JAMES LLOYD. Private, Bat. A, ist Mass. H. A., 
U. S. V. (May 9, 1898). Injured knee in skirmish practice. 
JNIustered out for disability, Nov. 2, 1898 

LOGAN, EDWARD LAWRENCE. Sergt.-Maj. ; 9th Mass. Inf., 
U. S. V. (May 11, 1898 -Nov. 26, 1S98). Served as clerk 
and recruiting officer in Mass. 

MORTON, BENJAMIN ALEXANDER, Sergt., Co. D, ist Ark. 
Inf., U. S. V. (April 23, 1898 -Oct. 25, 1898). Promoted 
ist Sergt. Co. C, July 9. Served at Chickamauga Park, Ga. 

NEWHALL, GEORGE THOMSON. Private, Bat. A, Penn. L. A., 
U. S. V. Served in Porto Rico 

POWERS, EDWARD DENNIS. Corp. Bat. A, ist Mass. H. A., 
U. S. V. (May 9, 1898 -Nov. 14, 1898). Coast defence in 
Mass. 

PRALL, RALPH TAYLOR. Corp. Co. H, 8th Mass. Inf., U. S. V. 
(May II, 1898 1898) 

PROCTER, JOHN ROBERT, Jr. 2d Lieut., Bat. B, 5th Art., 
U. S. A. Served in Porto Rico 

SAYRE, HAL, Jr. 2d Lieut. Troop C, ist Cav., U. S. V. (May 1 7, 
1898 -Sept. 15, 1898). Served in Texas and Florida 

SCULL, GUY HAMILTON. Private, Troop C, ist Cav., U. S. V. 
(May 4, iSgS-Sept. 15, 189S). Served in Texas and 
Florida 

STOVER, ROY WALTER. Sergt.-Mnj., ist S. Dak. Inf., U. S. V. 
Mustered in. May, 1S98. Served in Philippine Islands. 
Died at IManila, October, 21, of typhoid fever 

TILDEN, CALVIN SYLVESTER. Private, Bat. A, ist Mass. 
H. A., U. S. V. (May 9, 1898 -Nov. 14, 1898). Coast de- 
fence in Mass. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 99 

WARDWELL, HENRY FITCH. Corp. Co. H, 8th Mass. Inf., 
U. S. V. (May 11, 1898 -Oct. 25, 1898). Chickamauga 
Park, Ga. 

WHEELER, STUART WADSWORTH. Private, Philadelphia 

City Troop, Penn. Cav., U. S. V. Enlisted in , 1898. 

Served in Porto Rico. Died on Oct. 18, 1898, at Boston, of 
typhoid fever, contracted while in the service 

WHITFORD, ROBERT ATVVOOD, Private, Co. H, 8th l\Iass. 
Inf., U. S. V. (May 11, 1898 -Oct. 12, 1898). Lance Corp. 
Served at Chickamauga Park 

WILLIAMS, CREIGHTON HAMILTON. Private, Bat. A, ist 
Mass. H. A., U. S. V. (May 9, 1898 -Nov. 14, 1898). 
Coast defence in Mass. 

WILSON, FRANCIS CUSHMAN. Private, Bat. A, ist Mass. 
H. A., U. S. V. (May 9, 1898 -Nov. 14, 1898). Coast de- 
fence in Mass. 

NAVY 

DAVIS, EDWIN GREELEY. Assistant Engineer, rank of ensign, 
U. S. N. U. S. S. " Wyandotte " 

EDWARDS, EDMUND BAKER. Act. Chief Quartermaster U. S. N. 
Enlisted, April 23, 1898. Discharged, July 31, 1898. Sig- 
nal Duty, Cape Elizabeth, Mass. 

GIBBS, JOHN MELLEN, Jr. Master-at-arms, 3d class, U. S. N. 
Enlisted, May 10, 1898. Discharged, Sept. 21, 1898. U. S. S. 
"Catskill" 

KING, CYRIL NORMAN. Fireman, ist class, U. S. N. Enlisted, 
May 3, 1898. Discharged, Sept. 28, 1898. Served on 
U. S. S. " Prairie," on patrol and blockade duty in Cuban 
waters 

MOULTON, JOHN BABCOCK. Boatswain's mate, ist class, 
U. S. N. Mustered in. May 3, 1898. Served on U. S. S. 
" Prairie." Ill with appendicitis. Discharged for disability, 
, 1898 



loo CLASS REPORT 



NEWTOX, FREDERICK MAURICE. Ordinary seaman U S N 
Enlisted, May 3, 1S98. Discharged, Sept. 28, 1898.' Served 
on U. S. S. - Prairie," on patrol and blockade duty in 
Cuban waters 

NOBLE, GEORGE. Able seaman, U. 8. N. Enlisted, April 22 
1S98. Discharged, Nov. 28, 1898. Served on U. S s' 
"Gloucester." In naval battle of Santiago, July 3. Promoted 
quartermaster. In landing party at Guanica, Porto Rico 

ROBINSON, PORTER OSGOOD. Chief Quartermaster, U S N 

Enlisted, June 14, 1898. Discharged, ,1898. Served 

on U. S. S. " Inca " 

WOODBRIDGE, FRANCIS. Landsman, U. S. N. Promoted able 
seaman, August i. Enlisted, May 3, 1898. Discharged, 
Sept. 28, 1898. Served on U. S. S. - Prairie," on patrol and 
blockade duty in Cuban waters 



VIII 



MARRIAGES 



Oakes Ames 
James Ernest Baars 

George Frederick Bampton 
LeBaron Russell Barker 
Frank Horace Bigelow 
Fred Phillips Brown 
James Allen Butler 

Ashton Livermore Carr 

Lewis H. Carris 

Benjamin Martin Chandler 
Richmond Lane Chipman 
Charles Arthur Clark 
Joseph Andrew Cone 



To Blanche Ames, May 15, igoo, 
at Lowell 

To Olive Goodwin Blackshear, 
January 23, 1901, at Thomasville, 
Ga. 

To Louise Rufee Crombie, Sep- 
tember 2, 1896, at Derry, N. H. 
To Amy Hutchins, December 26, 
1900, at Cambridge 
To Edith Jourdan, October 18, 
1898, at Worcester 
To Grace R. Whitman, November 
9, 1899, at Haverhill 
To Sara Marie Blanc, July 31, 

1900, at Morningside, Edinburgh, 
Scotland 

To Clara Elise Vossnack, October 

23, 1900, at Dartmouth, Nova 

Scotia 

To Maude Laverne Farnum, July 

26, 1893, at Savannah, N. Y. 

To Eloise Carpenter, January 9, 

1895, at Manchester, N. H. 

To Margaret MacGregor, June 8, 

1 901, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

To Ellen Anna Blake, January 6, 

1897, at Helena, Montana 

To Emma Elizabeth Clevenshire, 

March 5, 1890, at East Haddam, 

Conn. 



I02 



CLASS REPORT OF 



Henry Edmund Cottle 

Paul Alphonse Henry van Daell 

Philip Shackford Davis 

Lemuel LeBaron Dexter 
Robert Doe 
Henry Bradford Dyer 
John Seaver Elliot 
William Sampson Fish 
Samuel Wesley Fordyce, Jr. 
Samuel Lester Fuller 
David Gibbs 
William Waitt Gile 
George Anson Giles 
Jacob Scott Gochenauer 
Clarence Henry Gordinier 
Joseph Spenser Graydon 
Albert Smith Hanna 
Stewart Henry Hartshorn 



To Ella Louise Chase, December 

27, 1899, at Randolph 

To Annie Louise Leavitt, June 2, 

1900, at Cambridge 

To Georgia Ethel Burroughs, 

March 21, 1900, at Intervale, 

N. H. 

To Clara Lucinda Hammond, July 

26, 1S99, at Mattapoisett 

To Adeline Emerson, October 29, 

1900, at RoUinsford, N. H. 

To Fannie L. Brownell, June, 

1S95, at Cambridge 

To Ruby V. McCauley, July 11, 

1895, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

To Grace M. Stovve, October 29, 

1896 

To Harriet Frost, December 18, 

1900, at St. Louis, Mo. 

To Constance Pelham Greenough, 

April 19, 1900, at Longwood 

To Eloise A. Barstow, June 23, 

1899, at Cambridge 

To Minnie Parmelee, May 6, 

1899, at Worcester 

To Susan Freeman Richardson, 

January 17, 1900, at Cambridge 

To Florence Mabel Lawrie, June 

29, 1899, at New York, N. Y. 

To Bertha L. Adams, May 12, 

1899, at Rotterdam, N. Y. 

To Marjorie Maxwell, April 8, 

1901, at Cincinnati, Ohio 

To M. Luella Denman, November 
24, 1898, at Nokomis, 111. 
To Magdalen Emily Sothern, July 
23, 1900, at London, England 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 103 



Henry Penniman Herman 
Alexander Henry Higginson 
George iSIerrick Rice Holmes 
Henry True Hooper 
Alfred Van Buren Howell 
Cecil Charles Jones 
Spencer Kellogg, Jr. 
Nathan Spaulding Kelly 
Jerome Bonaparte Look 
John Adams Loud 

Arthur Valerius Augustus Ber- 
nard McCauley 
George H. McChesney, Jr. 

John Tilton McClintock 

Earl Vivian McCune 

Winslow Mallery 

Howard Curry Mason 

Willard E. Miller 

Lester Hawthorne Monks 

John Babcock Moulton 



To Adah F. De Vine, April 19, 

1898, at St. Louis, Mo. 

To Rosamond Tudor, October 11, 

1899, at Boston 

To Harriet Loring Tufts, Novem- 
ber 14, 1900, at Chelsea 
To Sarah Whitman Adams, De- 
cember 25, 1899, at Portland, Me. 
To Bertha Vail, November 10, 
1899 

To Margaret Baird, July 12, 1899, 
at Chipman, New Brunswick 
To Lida Deshler Willson, May 31, 
1898, at Leavenworth, Kansas 
To Agnes G. Chase, September 
19, 1900, at Providence, R. I. 
To Carrie B. Couch, February 11, 

1896, at Somerville 

To Adele Johnson Pigeon, Novem- 
ber 2 1 , 1900, at East Boston 
To A. A. Smith, May 11, 1901, at 
Reading, Pa. 
To Maud Mather, January 20, 

1900, at Utica, N. Y. 

To Grace Lang Coffin, June 8, 

1898, at Boston 

To Louise Groesbeck, October 20, 

1897, at Salt Lake City, Utah 

To Katherine C. Harwood, March 

17, 1900, at Decatur, III. 

To Lillian T. Conly, December 

23, 1899, at Boston 

To Nora Ulery, August 25, 1895, 

at Goshen, Ind. 

To Frances Frederica Leech, May 

10, 1900, at Washington, D. C. 

To Rosamond Niles, June i, 1901, 

at Boston 



I04 



CLASS REPORT OF 



George ^Vashington Naumberg 

Roy Wallace Osborne 

W. Irving Otis 

James Handasyd Perkins 

George Pettijohn 

Ernest Wilhelm Sutton Pickhardt 

Waldron Holmes Rand, Jr. 

Hallett Raynolds 

Porter Osgood Robinson 

Henry Hallam Saunderson 

Fred Dana Sawin 

James Cowan Sawyer 

John Kimball Scammell 

Charles Stewart Scanlan 
Hugh Davids Scott 
Worthington Scott 
Felix Emile Shwab 
Curtis Nye Smith 
John Burnham Stearns 



To Emma Adler, May 28, 1900, 
at New York, N. Y. 
To Emma Almeda Stephens, De- 
cember 20, 1899, at Plymouth 
To Ruth Wheelock, December 15, 

1898, at Chicago, 111. 

To Alice Mandell Stone, Sep- 
tember 22, 1900, at Marion 
To Laura Rexford, June 21, 1899 
To Maude Fortescue, June 20, 

1900, at New York, N, Y. 

To Gertrude Morrison Mackay, 

June 7, 1899, ^t Brookline 

To Helen McNair, June 6, 1900, 

at Las Vegas, N. M. 

To Helen M. Waite, January 4, 

1899, at Cambridge 

To Rose V. Bennis, November 16, 
1898, at Brooklyn, N. Y, 
To Nina B. Underwood, August 
10, 1899, at Worcester 
To Mary Pepperrell Frost, June 
10, 1897, at Dover, N. H. 
To Sarah Elizabeth Lewin, Sep- 
tember 20, 1900, at Saint John, 
New Brunswick 

To Carrie B. Ticknor, October 1 6, 
1896, at Louisville, Ky. 
To Helen Livingston Sanders, 
July 6, 1898, at Bar Harbor, Me. 
To Gertrude L. Birdsall, May 21, 
1898, at New York, N. Y. 
To Mary Duncan, July 25, 1899, 
at Nashville, Tenn. 
To Mabel F. Adams, Jan. 28, 

1 90 1, at Colorado Springs, Col. 
To Henrietta W. Spofford, No- 
vember 29, 1898 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 105 



Henry Thew Stephenson 

LeRoy Herrick Talbot 
William Edgar Weaver 
Matthew Percival Whittall 
Nathan Robinson Wood 
Andrew Salter Woods 
Charles Irving Wright 



To Agnes Ross Reynolds, No- 
vember 28, 1900, at Richmond, 
Ind. 
To Lily Shippy, November 15, 

1897, at New York, N. Y. 

To Le Ella May Rogers, August 

18, 1898, at Altay, N. Y. 

To Betsey Whitin, February 20, 

1900, at Whitinsville 

To Isabel W. Bliss, June, 1900, at 

Providence, R. I. 

To Martha S. Fowler, October 5, 

1898, at Haverhill 

To Edith F. R. MacFadyn, July 
II, 1896, at Cambridge 



BIRTHS 



IX 



Theron Phillips Brown 
Helen Estelle Cards 
Katharine Chandler 
Charles Arthur Clark, Jr. 
Everett Blake Clark 
Irene Clevenshire Cone 
Henry Lathrop Dyer 
Beulah Lansing Dyer 
Samuel Lester Fuller, Jr. 
Henry Lee Higginson 
Edith Maude Jones 
Lois Dorothy Kellogg 
Loraine Francis Look 
Jerome B. Look 
Frank Earl McCune 
Helen Miller 
lona Miller 
Margaret Robinson 
Loraine Scanlan 
Hugh Davids Scott, Jr. 
Ralph Rogers Weaver 
Donald Vincent Weaver 
Margaret Louise Woods 



October 9, 1900 
August 25, 1896 
September 29, 1898 
February 15, 1898 
June 22, 1900 
October 22, 1897 
, 1896 
, 1897 
November 3, 1900 
July 5, 1900 
May 14, 1900 
June 20, 1899 
January 9, 1897 
February 15, 1899 

November 17, 1898 
December i, 1900 
December 3, 1899 
September 15, 1897 
May 2, 1899 
June 6, 1899 
October 18, 1900 
December 27, 1900 



DEATHS 



X 



Louis Henry Bigelow 
Max Lovell Butler 
Whitman Mitchell Chandler 
Edwin Warren Cutting 
Albert Watson Davis 
Edward Winslow Fox 
James Thwing Furness 
James Gordon Gulick 
Frederick Palmer Kidder 
Arthur Thomas Pilling 
Charles Francis Regan 
John Walker Stewart 
Roy Walter Stover 
James Herbert Sprague 
Stuart Wadsworth Wheeler 



May 9, 1897 
May 31, 1898 
September 27, 1899 
November 14, 1897 
December 22, 1898 
September 18, 1899 
September 11, 1898 
December 1 1, 1899 
December 5, 1900 
August 20, 1897 
May II, 1897 
September 14, 1899 
October 20, 1898 
November 23, 1897 
October 18, 1898 



XI 

TEMPORARY MEMBERS 

George Harcourt Abbott has not been heard from 

Wilham Chilton Abercrombie has not been heard from 

Maurice Daniel Abrams, 216 W. Newton St., Boston, Mass., is an 
Attorney at Law 

John Ernest Baars, Pensacola, Fla., is a dealer in Pitch-pine Lumber, 
and Lumber Exporter 

Theodore Dunwody Baars, 114 W. La Rua St., Pensacola, Fla., is a 
Pitch-pine Lumber Exporter 

George Frederick Bampton, Derry, N. H., is a Chemist in the Arling- 
ton Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 

Edward Jones Belt, Enfield, N. H., is a Physician 

Charles Henry Bennett, Bennington, Vt., is studying in Paris 

Harold Thornton Bibber, 327 Front St., Bath, Maine, is in Bowdoin 
Medical School 

George Northrup Blackburn has not been heard from 

Charles Elmer Bown, 433 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa., is an Attorney 
at Law 

James Edward Boyd, 100 Fullerton Building, St. Louis, Mo., is As- 
sistant Treasurer Boyd Com. Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Dudley Hall Bradlee, Jr., Idaho Springs, Colo., is engaged in Mining 

Clay Stone Briggs, 142 1 Post Office St., Galveston, Texas, is an 
Attorney at Law 

Lewis Rowe Brine, 63 Washington St., Winchester, Mass., is an 
Engineer with the Mass. Highway Commission 

William Percival Brine, 134 Highland Ave., Somerville, Mass. 

Robert Ormiston Brockway, 13 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles Webb Bronson, 200 Summit Ave., Brookline Mass., is a 
Clerk in National Bank of Redemption, Boston 

George Gordon Bronson has not been heard from 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 109 

Daniel Roberts Brower, Jr., 597 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111., is 
a Student in Rush Medical College, Chicago 

Fred Phillips Brown, 23 Lexington Ave., Haverhill, Mass., is a 
Student in Harvard Dental School 

George Albert Browne, 407 So. G. St., Tacoma, Wash., is engaged 
at Puget Sound Naval Station 

Edward Avery Bumpus, Quincy, Mass., is First Lieutenant in the 
Ninth Infantry, U. S. A. 

James Ernest Bunting, 8^ St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass., is a Con- 
tractor 

Harold Corthell Burdett, 58 W. Congress St., Detroit, Mich., is with 
the Detroit " Keros " Light Co. 

Thomas Jefferson Butler, 79 Home Bank, Detroit, Mich., is an 
Attorney at Law 

Edward Byrnes, Paterson, N. J., Care of Kearney & Foot Co. 

Norman Winslow Cabot, Worthington Building, State St., Boston, 
is engaged in Real Estate 

Lewis H. Carris, Wolcott, N. Y., is Principal of Leavenworth Insti- 
tute, and Wolcott High School 

Charles Edgerton Carter is House Physician and Gynaecologist at 
Bellevue Hospital, E. 26th St., New York, N. Y. 

Paul Chalfin has not been heard from 

Benjamin Martin Chandler, 22 St. Edmund's Terrace, Regent's Park, 
N. W., London, England 

Herbert Howard Childs, 8 East 54th St., New York, is a Clerk in 
a Stock Broker's Office 

Frederick George Chisholm, 1709 Cambridge St., Cambridge, is a 
Student in Harvard Law School 

Charles Arthur Clark, 21 Highland Ave., Somer\nlle, Mass., is en- 
gaged in Mining 

Edward Lewis Center Clark, 311 Main St., Woonsocket, R. L, is a 
Mechanical Engineer, Taft, Pierce Manufacturing Co. 

Robert Joseph Fenelon Collier, 11 West i6th St., New York City, is 
Junior Partner of P. F. Collier and Son, of " Collier's Weekly " 

Joseph Andrews Cone, 1427 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport, Mass., 
is a Mechanical Draughtsman and Inventor, and also in Maga- 
zine and Journalistic Work 



no CLASS REPORT OF 

Mark IMacDougall Conklin has not been heard from 

Newell Cheever Cook, 564 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass., is a 

Hatter and Furrier with A. N. Cook and Co., 161 Tremont St., 

Boston 
Lawrence Paul Corbin, 5 Rue Montfougon, Paris, France, is in 

I'Ecole des Beaux Arts 
Chester Frederick Crapo has not been heard from 
George Waldo Crawley, 7 Tremont Place, Boston, Mass., is a dealer 

in Tiles and Mantels 
Eben Creighton has not been heard from 
Alfred Armstrong Crocker, Alpine Place, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, 

Ohio, is with Samuel A. Crocker & Co., Ohio, Dental and Surgi- 
cal Depot, 35-39 W. 5th St., Cincinnati 
Frank Longfellow Crocker, 35 Nassau St., New York, N. Y., is an 

Attorney-at-Law 
Jacob Howard Cropley has not been heard from 
Frederic Beers Crossley, 1301 Association Building, Chicago, 111., is 

a Lawyer, and Clerk in Northwestern University Law School 
Alfred Lester Curtis, Wilton, N. H., is a Bookkeeper with D. Whiting 

and Sons, 472 Rutherford Ave., Boston 
Henry Francis Heard Cutter has not been heard from 
Arthur Daly, 234 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y., is Assistant and Re- 
ceiving Teller, Knickerbocker Trust Co. 
Francis Stewart Davidge, 1624 H St., Washington, D. C. 
Philip Shackford Davis, Conway, N. H., is a Merchant 
Henry Stuyvesant Dudley, 704 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y., is 

associated with the Union Carbide Co. 
Jordan Dumaresq, Chestnut Hill, is travelling 
John Seaver Elliot, 366 Meyran Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa., is a Clerk in 

the American Steel Hoop Co., Pittsburg 
Charles Hardy Ely, 930 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass., is an 

Architect 
Albert Hewlett Sands Everett, 1808 Newkirk Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., 

is a Bookkeeper and Adjuster 
Clarence Fahnestock, 457 ALadison Ave., New York, N. Y., is a 

Physician, at present an Interne in Presbyterian Hospital, New 

York 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT in 

Lewis Adams Fales has not been heard from 

WilHam Lusk Webster Field, Milton, Mass., is a Teacher in Milton 
Academy, and in the Alstead School of Natural History 

Benjamin Clark Fincke has not been heard from 

William Sampson Fish, 745 Wisconsin St., Racine, Wis., is Travel- 
ling Freight Agent, C. & N. W. Ry. Co. 

Charles Norman Fiske, U. S. S. " Mohican," care of Post-office, San 
Francisco, Cal., is Assistant Surgeon, United States Navy 

Francis Farmer Fox has not been heard from 

Moses Leonard Frazier has not been heard from 

William McClintock Gardner has not been heard from 

Louis Gerteis, 335 So. Topeka Ave., Wichita, Kansas, is Professor of 
French and German at Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas 

John Mellen Gibbs, Jr., has not been heard from 

Harry Edgar Gibby, 100 Crawford St., Roxbury 

Paul Francis Juhus Gierasch, 1607 Summer St., Philadelphia, Pa., is 
a Reporter on " The North American," a daily paper of Phila- 
delphia 

Alexander Franklin Giese, 171 2 Melrose St., Chicago, 111., is Asst. 
Bridge Engineer with A. T. & S. F. Ry. 

Arthur Poole Gifford, 377 Essex St., Salem, Mass., is a Lumber 
Dealer 

William Waitt Gile, Hotel Reynolds, Boston, Mass., is President and 
Manager of Hotel Reynolds Co. 

Clovis Glycerio, Yprianga 34, San Paulo, Brazil, is an Industrial 
Engineer 

Clarence Henry Gordinier, Grand Street, Troy, N. Y., is a Clerk in 
Seed and Farm Implement Store 

Jerome Emil Grosh, 344 W. Woodruff Ave., Toledo, Ohio, is a mem- 
ber of firm of J. V. Clement & Co., Wholesale Millinery 

Frederick Lampman Hardenbrook, Jamaica, N. Y., is a Student in 
the New York Law School 

Fletcher Harper, Lawrence, L. I., is a Publisher 

Guy Butler Haskell, 27 Sargent St., Newton, Mass., is in the Leather 
Business 

Arthur Edwin Hatch, 505 Westford St., Lowell, Mass., is a Manu- 
facturer 



112 CLASS REPORT OF 

Edward Harbeson Hawman, 702 Ferguson Block, Pittsburg, Pa., is 

a draughtsman with S. V. Huber & Co., Consulting Engineers 
Philip Hayward has not been heard from 
Samuel Hazlett, Jr., Washington, Pa. 
William Davison Hennen has not been heard from 
Henry Penniman Herman, Cutler, Fla., is engaged in Market 

Gardening 
Hamilton Hill, 205 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass., is with Burroughs 

and DeBlois, Real Estate, 30 Kilby St., Boston 
Samuel Southey Hinds, 177 New York Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y,, is an 

Attorney at Law 
Willard Malcolm Holden, Washington Hotel, Kansas City, Mo., is 

a Bank Clerk 
Ralph Warren Holt, Hudson, Mass., is with the Apsley Rubber Co., 

Hudson, Mass. 
Arthur Huntington Holway has not been heard from 
Arthur Nichols Hocking has not been heard from 
William Davis Merry Howard, 722 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal., 

is a Mining Engineer 
Alfred Van Buren Howell, 98 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y., is a 

Teacher in N. Y. City Public Schools 
William Welles Hoyt, 10 Hilliard St., Cambridge, is a Physician 
Howard Rowland Huntington, Sugar City, Col., is in Real Estate 

and Insurance 
Charles Ambrose Hurley, Newhall St., Lynn, Mass. 
George Fletcher Hurt has not been heard from 
Percy Adams Hutchison, 371 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass., is a 

Student 
Robert Fuller Jackson, 15 Centre St., Brookline, Mass., is in Archi- 
tectural Course at Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
William Harold Jackson, Newtonville, Mass. 
Albert Toof Jennings has not been heard from 
William Allen Johnson, Jewett Ave., ^Vest New Brighton, Staten 

Island, N. Y., is a Teacher of Science and Higher Mathematics 
Spencer Kellogg, Jr., 72 Lancaster Ave., Buffalo, N. Y., is Secretary 

and Treasurer of the Spencer Kellogg Co., Grain Elevators and 

Linseed Oil Manufacturers 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 113 

John Durand Kennett has not been heard from 
Frederick WilUam Lake, Omaha, Neb., is in the Medical Depart- 
ment of University of Pennsylvania 
George WiUiam Leavitt, Beloit, Wis., is TraveUing Secretary of 

Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions 
Arthur Thornton Legg is House Physician at Children's Hospital, 

Boston 
Arthur Allen Libby, 687 Boylston St., Boston, is a Dentist 
Percy Carr Long has not been heard from 
Jerome Bonaparte Look is a Clerk for Messrs. Quinn Bros., 117 

Central St., Boston 
William Holbrook Lowell, 234 Park St., Newton, Mass., is in Har- 
vard Medical School 
Herbert Lyman, Helena, Montana, is a Journalist 
George H. McChesney, Jr., 607 James St., Syracuse, N.Y., is in 

Wholesale and Retail Lumber Business 
John Tilton McClintock, The Buckminster, 625 Beacon St., Boston, 

is an Architect, and Secretary of Board of Directors of American 

Sewage Disposal Company of Boston 
Earl Vivian McCune, 255 First St., Salt Lake City, Utah, is engaged 

in Mining 
John Francis Mcjennett, 105 Waverly Place, New York, N. Y., is 

Salesman in Importing House 
John Leo McNeil, Elgin, III, is in Wholesale Grocery Business, 

Chicago, 111. 
Edward Mahon has not been heard from 
Winslow Mallery, care of Charles Scribner's Sons, Cable Building, 

Chicago, 111., is a Salesman 
Charles Bartlett Manning is in Insurance Business, care of Fidelity 

and Casualty Co., 99 Cedar St., New York City 
Charles Frederick Manning, 398 Putnam Ave., Cambridge, Mass., is 

Assistant Bookkeeper in Commercial National Bank, Boston 
John Francis Marshall, 43 Lexington Ave., Cambridge 
Louis Henry Martin has not been heard from 
Willard E. Miller, Goshen, Ind., is an Attorney at Law 
Charles Eddington Mills, Morenci, Ariz., is Superintendent Detroit 

Copper Mining Co. 

8 



114 CLASS REPORT OF 

Lester Hawthorne Monks, Fairmount St., Brookline, is Head Sales- 
man of the Morrisdale Coal Co. 
George Palmer Morey has not been heard from 
Benjamin Alexander Morton, 12th and D Sts., Fort Smith, Ark., is 

a Student in Law Department of University of Michigan, Ann 

Arbor, Mich. 
John Babcock Moulton, 54 Gloucester St., Boston 
James Walter Myer has not been heard from 
Gerrish Newell is a Lumber Dealer in Hartford, Conn. 
George Thomson Newhall, Chestnut Hill, Pa. 
Frederick Maurice Newton, 49 W. 44th St., New York, N. Y. 
Harry Gilbert Nichols, Corunna, Mich. 
Ulysses Homer Nicholson, Perris, Cal., is Principal of Perris Union 

High School 
George Noble, 39 Pinckney St., Boston, is engaged in Journalism 
W. Irving Otis, 4467 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111., is Proprietor 

of The Electrical Supply Company, 144, 146 Franklin St., 

Chicago 
Charles Edwin Paine has not been heard from 
James Harry Pence, 52 W. 5 th St., Covington, Ky., is engaged in 

Journalism 
Edwin Brewster Perry, Cleveland, Ohio, is Stenographer and Book- 
keeper, American Steel and Wire Company, Cleveland 
George Pettijohn, 48 River St., Chicago, 111., is in Brokerage and 

Commission Business 
George Walker Pierpont has not been heard from 
Ralph Pierson, 4415 Delmar St., St. Louis, Mo. 
Arthur William Popper, 30 Broad St., New York City, N. Y., is a 

Broker 
Lee Porter, 473 Auburn St., Auburndale, Mass., is an Interior 

Decorator with L. F. Perry, Whitney Company, 8 Bosworth St., 

Boston 
Oscar Littleton Powell, Onancock, Va., is a Physician 
Ralph Taylor Prall has not been heard from 
Edward Lansing Pruyn, 7 Englewood Place, Alban)', N. Y., is 

Secretary Helderberg Cement Company, Albany 
Israel Euclid Rabinovitch has not been heard from 



HARVARD, 'NINETY -EIGHT 115 

Hallett Raynolds is Assistant Cashier, First National Bank, Las 

Vegas, New Mexico 
William Henry Records has not been heard from 
Franklin Weld Reed, 1 7 Sayward St., Dorchester, Mass., is engaged 

in Forestry 
Hugh Turnley Reynolds has not been heard from 
John Bradford Richards, 104 York Ave., West Pittston, Pa., is a 

Draughtsman 
Willie Henry Richardson, 46 Wright St., Stoneham, Mass., is 

Manager of the International Salvage Company 
Ernest William Robinson, Mt. Vernon, N. H., is Principal of Wilton 

(New Hampshire) High School 
Porter Osgood Robinson is Inspector, Electrical Department of New 

England Telephone and Telegraph Company, 125 Milk St., 

Boston 
Joseph Moulton Rogers has not been heard from 
Harry Browning Russell, 24 Winthrop St., Brockton, Mass., is an 

Architectural Draughtsman 
Fred Dana Sawin, 45 Arlington St., East Watertown, Mass., is an 

Attorney at Law 
Gordon Lodge Sawyer, 31 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass., is 

dealing in Investment Securities 
James Cowan Sawyer, Andover, Mass., is with Dunning & Sawyer, 

Managers of Foreign Tours, 14 Beacon St., Boston 
Hal Sayre, Jr., Manila, Philippine Islands, is Lieutenant 40th Regi- 
ment, United States Volunteer Infantry 
John Kimball Scammell is Assistant Engineer of the Public Works of 

Canada, St. John, N. B. 
Charles Stewart Scanlan, 309 East Broadway, Louisville, Ky., is 

Secretary and Treasurer, Scanlan & Co., Louisville 
Eugene Merton Schwarzenberg, 42 West Ave., Winthrop, Mass., is 

a Travelling Salesman 
Worthington Scott, 1050 Avenue C, Bayonne, N.J., is an Architect 

and Building Superintendent 
Frederick Serex, 18 Cornwall St., Jamaica Plain, Mass., is in Boston 

Public Library 
Henry Milton Shaw, Greenville, Me., is a Lumber Dealer 



ii6 CLASS REPORT OF 

Kdward Olcott Shcpard, Jr., 79 High St., Newburyport, Mass., is 

with \\'. V. rutnam & Co., 20 Water St., Boston 
Rutlicrford Mead Shepard, Hotel Flanders, Philadelphia, Pa., is 

with the American Bank Note Company, Philadelphia 
Hugh Leslie Shepherd, Felton Hall, Cambridge, Mass., is an Attor- 
ney at Law 
Felix Emile Shwab, Nashville, Tenn., is Division Electrician for the 

Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company in Kentucky 

and Mississippi 
Harold Smithwick, 156 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass., is a 

Draughtsman with American Pneumatic Service Company 
Edwin Baker Spargo has not been heard from 
William Stackpole, 2d, has not been heard from 
John Burnham Stearns, 7 1 Williams St., Rutland, Vt., is engaged in 

Furniture and Undertaking Business 
Jesse Paulmier Whiton-Stuart, 85 Park Ave,, New York, N. Y. 
LeRoy Herrick Talbot, Colorado Springs, Col. 
Thomas Davies Tompkins, 362 McDonough St., Brooklyn, N.Y., is 

a Clerk 
Svetozar Ivan Tonjoroff is engaged in Journalism with the Boston 

Advertiser 
Benjamin Samuel Wertheimer, 1023 Jule St., St. Joseph, Mo., is a 

Credit Man 
Ernest Devereux White, 435 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y., is a 

Teacher in Berkeley School, New York 
Matthew Percival Whittall, Worcester, Mass., is associated with the 

M. J. Whittall Carpet Mills, Worcester 
Henry Merrill Wilder, 5 Traymore St., North Cambridge, Mass., is 

with Clark & Mills, Electrical Contractors, Harvard Square, 

Cambridge 
Charles Hoyt Williams, 121 North Pearl St., Buffalo, N.Y., is 

Assistant Engineer of Aerial Construction, Bell Telephone Com- 
pany, Buffalo 
Herman Warner Williams, 23 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass, is a 

Designer 
Francis Cushman Wilson, 1322 Wallack Place, Washington, D.C., is 

Chief of Section in Tabulating in Twelfth Census of the United 

States 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 117 

Arthur Heston Wise has not been heard from 

Nathan Robinson Wood is Pastor of the Baptist Church, West 

Medford, Mass. 
Sabine WaUingford Wood, 15 Ohio St., Bangor, Me., is in Editorial 

Department of the Bangor Daily Commercial 
Henry Mygatt Woodruff, Lamb's Club, New York, N. Y. 
Andrew Salter Woods, 16 Balcarres Road, West Newton, Mass., is 

a Broker, 53 State St., Boston 



XII 

ADDRESSES OF DEGREE 
HOLDERS 



William Abbe 
James M. Abbott 
Henry Adams, 2d 
Howard M. Adams 

John Adams 
Karl Adams 
William A. Adams 
Raymond K. Albright 
Gordon Allen 
Lyman R. Allen 
Frederick L. Ames 
Oakes Ames 
George D. Appleton 
Daniel W. A. Armistead 
Frederick S, Arnold 
Benjamin C. Auten 
Charles H. Ayres, Jr. 
Paul V. Bacon 
John W. Bail 
William W. Baker 
Milton S. Barger 
LeBaron R. Barker 
Robert McN. Barker 
Charles A. Barnard 
Allan F. Barnes 
David P. Barnitz 
Robert LeM. Barrett 



489 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 

24 Fairmount St., Lowell 
South Lincoln 

Care of Boston Athletic Association, 

Exeter St., Boston 
South Lincoln 
36 Beacon St., Boston 
66 Pearl St., Manchester, N. H. 
730 West Ferry St., Buffalo, N. Y. 
53 State St., Boston 
93 Church St., North Adams 
306 Dartmouth St., Boston 
North Easton 

304 Washington St., Boston 
University Club, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
720 Lyon St., Carthage, Mo. 
Rah way, N. J. 

378 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 
1025 Walnut St., Newton Highlands 
13 Beethoven St., Roxbury 
Newport, R. I. 
Plymouth 

215 Park Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

25 Lancaster St., Cambridge 
Des Moines, Iowa 

109 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 119 



James S. Barstow 
Edmund B. Barton 
Willard S. Bass 
Horace F. Bates 
James A. Battis 
George C. Beals 
Frederick L. Beecher 
Scott E. Beer 
Henry J. Bennett 
Frank H. Bigelow 
Warren D. Bigelow 
Harold Blanchard 
Albert H. Blevins 
Henry J. Block 
Aaron L. Bloom 
Roger S. Boardman 

Thomas Bond 
Ward Bonsall 
George W. Bouv6 
Henry I. Bowditch 
Horace Bowker 
Albert A. Boyden 
Johannes L. Boysen 
George H, Breed 
Melville Breed 
Nathaniel P. Breed 
Harry K. Brent 
Leland E. Bristol 
Henry G. Brooks 
Lawrence A. Brown 
Reginald W. P. Brown 
Seaver B. Buck 
Charles C. Bull 
Edward G. Burgess 
Francis R. Burke 
Vivian Burnett 
George B. Burrage 



The Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Mo. 

Salisbury St., Worcester 

48 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge 

Glenridge, N.J. 

88 North St., Salem 

Winchendon 

Box 747, Vancouver, B. C. 

2013 Palmer Ave., New Orleans, La. 

13 \V. 84th St., New York, N. Y. 

21 Institute Road, Worcester 

7 St. James St., Roxbury 

8 Gloucester St., Boston 

222 Putnam Ave., Cambridgeport 
905 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 
3672 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Presbyterian Academy, Newkirk, Okla- 
homa 
808 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. 
Salem, Ohio 
Winchester 

372 Marlborough St., Boston 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

141 E. 25th St., New York, N. Y. 
108 So. 20th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
40 Nahant Place, Lynn 
40 Nahant Place, Lynn 
19 High St., Lynn 
136 No. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. 
1 84 1 Holmes St., Lincoln, Neb. 
Milton 

19 Regent Circle, Brookline 
490 Walnut St., Newtonville 
East Milton 
Belmont, Cal. 
Montclair, N. J. 
24 Saville Ave., Quincy 
916 Farragut Square, Washington, D.C. 
27 School St., Boston 



I20 



CLASS REPORT OF 



Henry D. Bushnell 
James A. Butler 
Lawrence S. Butler 
Hilary R. Bygrave 
John D. Campbell 
Richard H. Carleton 
Ashton L. Carr 
Almy I\I. Carter 
Frank B. Carter 
Hubert L. Carter 
Richard B. Carter 
Charles E. Case 
Frederick T. Case 
Richmond L. Chipman 
Thomas F. Chrostwaite 
James G. Clarke 

John T. Clark 
Thomas W. Clark 
Charles H. Colgate, Jr. 
William E. Connolly 
Frank R. Cooper 
Edgar M. Copeland 
Julian D. de Cordova 
Henry E. Cottle 
Rutherford H. Cox 

George F. Cozzens 
Jacob R. Crocker 
Michael J. G. Cunniff 
Benjamin R. Curtis 
EUicott D. Curtis 
Frazier Curtis 
Charles W. Cutter 
Paul A. H. van Daell 
Philip S. Dalton 
Edwin G. Davis 
Erastus P. Dearborn 



831 Central Ave., Plainfield, N.J. 

22 Old Broad St., London, Eng. 

22 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Belmont 

Weymouth, N. S. 

Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Melrose 

Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey 

Dedham 

235 Mt. Vernon St., West Newton 

315 Otis St., West Newton 

37 So. Washington St., Rochester, N. Y. 

343 W. Syth St., New York, N. Y. 

220 Hamilton Building, Akron, Ohio 

Hanover, Pa. 

The Warren Burnham Co., Shawenegan 

Falls, Quebec 
5 Lambert Ave., Roxbury 
48 Garden St., Cambridge 
92 Glen St., Somerville 
56 Amory St., Cambridge 
361 Columbus Ave., Boston 
40 Chestnut St., Campello 
333 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 
Glastonbury, Conn. 
2549 Grandin Road, East Walnut Hills, 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
37 Powel Ave., Newport, R.I. 
5 W. 49th St., New York, N. Y. 
114 State St., Boston 
30 E. 64th St., New York, N. Y. 
9 E. 54th St., New York, N. Y. 
28 Mt. Vernon St., Boston 
138 Harvard St., Brookline 
325 W. S3d St., New York, N. Y. 
507 Beacon St., Boston 
465 Broadway, Cambridge 
303 Collins Block, Seattle, Wash. 



HARVARD, 'NINETY-EIGHT 121 



John A. Denison 
Robert L. DeNormandie 
Lemuel L. B. Dexter 
Smith O. Dexter 
Fletcher Dobyns 
Robert Doe 
Carroll G. Dolman 
William R. Donaldson, Jr. 
Wallace B. Donham 
William E. Dorman 
Percival Dove 
Arthur DuBois 
Robert S. Dunn 
Richard Dutton 
Henry B. Dyer 
Fred V. Edgell 
John W. Edmunds 
John W. Edson 
Edmund B. Edwards 
Granville D. Edwards 
Vivian D. Ely 
Grenville T. Emmett 
Arthur B. Emmons, 2d 
Henry B. Faber 
Henry O. Feiss 
Horace C. Ffoulke 
Samuel B. Field 
George I. Finlay 
Milton E. Fish 
Richard T. Fisher 
Charles J. Flagg 
Rudolph B. Flershem 
John Flint 
Chester W. Ford 
Samuel W. Fordyce, Jr. 
Herbert I. Foster 
Lindsey K. Foster 
Henry W. Fowler 



45 Avon Place, Springfield 

45 Lambert Ave., Roxbury 

Mattapoisett 

93 Benefit St., Providence, R. L 

1409 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

RoUinsford, N. H. 

Owsley Block, Butte, Mont. 

4600 Lindell Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Rockland 

157 Ocean St., Lynn 

Andover 

West New Brighton, S. L, N. Y. 

Newport, R. L 

Wakefield 

Bartlett, N. H. 

198 West Brookline St., Boston 

Wellesley Hills 

36 Elm Hill Ave., Roxbury 

1090 Washington St., Dorchester 

Hamilton, Mo. 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 

2 Bernard Terrace, Brookline 
Parlin, N. J. 

Lake Ave., Cleveland, Ohio [D. C. 

2013 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, 
Roselle, N. J. 

134 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
21 Farwell Hall, Newton Centre 
Division of Forestry, Washington, D. C. 
HoUiston 

Berkeley Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn. 

54 Pinckney St., Boston 

62 Howard St., Rockland 

1307 Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

190 Harvard St., Brookline. 

135 Pleasant St., Arlington 

3 Tuckerman St., Worcester 



122 



CLASS REPORT OF 



Peter Fransden 
Frank R. Fraprie 
Charles H. French 
Samuel T. Frost 
Harold De\\. Fuller 
Samuel L. F"uller 
Edward D. Fullerton 
Harold A. Gale 
Perley Gardner 
Frederick E. Garland 
Francis P. Garland 
Cooper Gaw 
Fritz W. Gay 
Philip J. Gentner 
David Gibbs 
George A. Giles 
Paul S. Gill 
Lawrence L. Gillespie 

Vincent Gilpin 
Jacob S. Gochenauer 
David M. Goodrich 
Roy S. Goodrich 
Frederick J. Goodridge 
Carl F. Gould 
Donald F. Grass 
Howard L. Gray 
William H. Gray, Jr. 
Joseph S, Graydon 
Frederick B. Greenhalge 
Chester N. Greenough 
Malcolm S. Greenough, Jr. 
Charles Grilk 
Louis E. Guillow 
Ernst T. Gundlach 
Melvin K. Gurney 
Harold W. Hack 
William J. Hale 



314 East St., Reno, Nevada 

473 Walnut St., Fall River 

Canton 

59 Elm Hill Ave., Roxbury 

454 Dunham Ave., Columbus, Ohio 

Andover 

31 Holyoke St., Cambridge 

Belmont 

Exeter, N. H. 

Gardner 

26 Tyler St., Somerville 

T/ie Statidard, New Bedford 

6 ]\Iain St. Park, Maiden 

Walter Hastings, Cambridge 

Hudson 

67 Austin St., Cambridge 

2623 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 

Racquet Club, 27 W. 43d St., New 

York, N. Y. 
526 No. Church St., West Chester, Pa. 
Dubuque, Iowa 
Hubbard Park, Cambridge 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

1705 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge 
37 Rue Bonaparte, Paris, France 
Macedonia, Iowa 
Fort Plain, N. Y. 
Chestnut Hill, Brookline 
Clifton, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Wyman, Lowell 
W^akefield 

724 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 
Davenport, Iowa 

Gilsum, N. H. [D. C. 

1226 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, 
62 Court St., Brockton 
Taunton 
42 Kirkland St., Cambridge 



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Frank Y. Hall 
Gardner W. Hall 
Arthur J. Halle 
Albert S. Hanna 
Fernald L. Hanson 
Wentworth L. Harrington 
Stewart H. Hartshorn 
Theodore M. Hastings 
William H. P. Hatch 
George A, Hathaway 
Charles E. Hawkes 
Don P. Hawkins 
William H. Hawkins 
Bartlett H. Hayes 
William C. S. Healey 
Simon E. Hecht 
George W. Heimrod 
Lawrence J. Henderson 
Charles Hernsheim 
James Hewins, Jr. 
Alexander H. Higginson 
Donald M. Hill 
George W. Hinman 
Theodore Hoague 
Samuel H. HoUis 
George M. R. Holmes 
Howard F. Holmes 
Harrison J. Holt 
Henry T. Hooper 
Louis H. Hosmer 

Arthur H. Howard 
George W. Howland 
Frederic T. Hubbard 

Joseph E. Hubbard 
Paul U. Hubbard 
Reginald S. Huidekoper 



445 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury 

Newton 

The Bellevue, Cleveland, Ohio 

Milton 

Pottersville 

Millburn, N. J. 

Short Hills, N. J. 

1726 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

South Hartford, N. Y. 

9 Clinton St., Cambridge 

174 Neal St., Portland, Me. 

374 Broadway, Indianapohs, Ind. 

Canton, N. Y. 

Wrenn Brothers, 53 State St., Boston 

193 Webster St., East Boston 

113 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 

2001 Burt St., Omaha, Neb. 

3 Brown St., Salem 

381 1 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, La. 

Medfield 

South Lincoln 

81 Marion St., Brookline 

Tignish, P. E. L 

75 Mt. Vernon St., Boston 

220 Ocean St., Lynn 

128 Purchase St., Boston 

Georgetown 

2 A Montezuma St., Mexico City, Mex. 

482 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

120 Broadway, New York, N. Y., care 

of Equitable Life Assurance Society 
59 Oak St., Hyde Park 
Wellfleet 
Care of C. E. Hubbard, 28 State St., 

Boston 
2}4 Atlantic St., Charleston, S. C. 
382 Marlborough St., Boston 
Metropohtan Club, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS REPORT OF 



John E. Huiskamp 
Herbert C. Hunter 
James H. Hyde 
Daniel P. Ingraham 
Effingham T. Irvin 
Charles Jackson 
Carl N. Jackson 
Allen Jacobs 
Walter O. Jewell 
Alfred Johnson 
Erik St. J. Johnson 
Reginald M. Johnson 
Cecil C. Jones 
Isaiah T. Jones 
Frederick Jordan 
Herbert C. Kahn 
Charles H. Keene 
Nathan S. Kelly 
Hugh F. Kendall 
Shirley K. Kerns 
Frederick P. Kidder 
John W. Kilbreth, Jr. 
Lemuel C. Kimball, Jr. 
William O. Kimball 
John H. Kimmons 
Cyril N. King 
Gustav H. Kinnicutt 
James L. Knox 
Waldemar Koch 
John B. Lane 
John E. Lansing 
Thomas F. Leen 
Walter Lemann 
John M. Letterle 
Joseph H. Libbey 
Charles J. Liebmann 
Louis C. Ling 
David D. Lloyd 



5554 Cabanne Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
94 Perham St., West Roxbury 
Equitable Building, New York, N. Y. 

13 W. 9th St., New York, N. Y. 
120 Fifth Ave., New York, N, Y. 
301 Marlborough, Boston 

47 Henry Ave., Melrose Highlands 

19 Pleasant St., Cambridgeport 

294 Methuen St., Lawrence 

1 78 Marlboro St., Boston 

Box 221, Weymouth 

Andover 

Wolfville, N. S. 

56 Summer St., Maiden 

Providence, R. I. 

310 No. East St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

134 Franklin St., Allston 

187 St. Botolph St., Boston 

Ishpeming, Mich. 

Country School, Baltimore, Md, 

137 Eagle St., Albany, N. Y. 

Care of Adjt.-General, Washington, D.C. 

271 Beacon St., Boston 

15 Elm Hill Ave., Roxbury 

West Superior, Wis. 

Summit, N. J. 

39 E. 35th St., New York, N. Y. 

Newtonville 

27 Perkins Hall, Cambridge 

3640 Pine St., St. Louis, Mo. 

49 Dana St., Cambridge 

19 Salem St., Charlestown 

Donaldsonville, La. 

141 7 Washington St., Louisville, Ky. 

14 Parsons St., West Newton 
42 E. 7 2d St., New York, N. Y. 
115 Alfred St., Detroit, Mich. 

1 7 1 9 Grant St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 



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William B. Lloyd 
Edward L. Logan 
Percy W. Long 

John A. Loud 
Horace F. Lunt 

Henry TvIcBurney 

Arthur V. A. B. McCauley 

Arthur S. McDaniel 
William G. S. Mclntyre 

Ross McPherson 
John R. McVey 
Alfred B. Maggs 
Edward S. INLilone 

Kenneth L. Mark 
Adoniram J. Marshall 
Joseph F. Marsten 
George A. Martell 
Langdon P. Marvin 
Robert F. Massa 
Howard C. Mason 
Effingham Maynard, Jr. 
Richard F. Maynard 
William B. Meacham 
Herman L. Meader 
Albert Mehlinger 
George P. Metcalf 
Ezra IMillard 
Everett L. Millard 
Herbert E. Millard 
Frederic S. Millett 
Charles E. Morgan, 3d 
Glenn T. Morse 
Herbert R. Morse 



Winnetka, 111. 

560 Broadway, South Boston 
Care of William Simpson, Sons & Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

27 Country Road, Chelsea 

431 North Cascade Ave., Colorado 
Springs, Col. 

28 W. 37 th St., New York, N. Y. 
Care of Loraine Steel Co., Johnstown, 

Pa. 

21 Edson St., Dorchester 

St. Austin's School, West New Brighton, 

N. Y. 
180 Chestnut St., Cambridge 
868 E. 5th St., South Boston 
Sussex, N. B. 
Broadway and 15 th St., Flushing, L. L, 

N. Y. 
109 Irving St., Cambridge 
73 So. Professor St., Oberlin, Ohio 
Attleboro Falls, Box 21 
Turner's Falls 

344 State St., Albany, N. Y. 
2416 Tracy Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 
901 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge 
286 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. 
284 Genesse St., Utica, N. Y. 
140 Boylston St., Boston 
35 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 
3 Woodville St., Roxbury 
20 Weld Hall, Cambridge 
1818 Capital Ave., Omaha, Neb. 
Highland Park, 111. 
1657 Cambridge St., Cambridge 
25 Washington St., Beverly 
547 Church Lane, Germantown, Pa. 

22 Lawrence Hall, Cambridge 
53 State St., Boston 



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CLASS REPORT OF 



Tyler Morse 
George W. Naumburg 
William E. C. Nazro 
Kenneth P. R. Neville 
Albert H. Newhall 
Guy Newhall 
Nathaniel G. Nichols 
John A. L. Odde, Jr. 
Roy W. Osborne 
William K. Otis 
Frederick H. Packard 
Randolph Paine 
Francis \V. Palfrey 
Honor^ Palmer 
Potter Palmer, Jr. 
Alvin M. Pappenheimer 
Raymond T. Parke 
Laurence H. Parkhurst 
Alfred F. Parrott 
Percy F. Parsons 
Henry S. Patterson 
Charles C. Payson 

James H. Perkins 
Norton Perkins 
Hazen P. Philbrick 
Eben F. Phillips 
Ernest W. S. Pickhardt 
Starr MacG. Pierce 
Edward F. Pitman 
Preston Player 
William H. Porter 
Edward D. Powers 
John W^ Prentiss 
Henry D. Prescott 
John R. Procter, Jr. 
Ralph Putnam 
Waldron H. Rand, Jr. 



203 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 

33 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

190 Harvard St., New Dorchester 

108 Elston Place, Ithaca, N. Y. 

East Saugus, Box 73 

57 Silsbee Ave., Lynn 

Salem 

559 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridgeport 

1316 W St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

13 Astor St., Chicago, 111. 

W^oburn 

Denton, Texas 

Belmont 

100 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 111. 

100 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, III. 

Sherwood Hotel, New York, N. Y. 

36 Nahant Place, Lynn 

52 Devonshire St., Boston 

3739 W^indsor Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

18 Crescent St., Somerville 

Ripley, Ohio 

Ingersoll, Amory & Co., 95 Milk St., 

Boston 
Milton 

5 E. 40th St., New York, N. Y. 
75 Crescent Ave., Beachmont 
South Dennis 

145 E. 6 2d St., New York, N. Y. 
43 Dana St., Cambridge 
25 Appleton St., Salem 
2 Harvard St., Worcester 
80 School St., Concord, N. H. 
18 Green St., Brockton 
Bangor, Me. 
4 Chestnut St., Boston 
El Morro, San Juan, P. R. 
150 Chestnut St., Chelsea 
18 Paul St., Newton Centre 



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Charles E. Reber 
L^on W. Redpath 
William H. Reed, Jr. 
Eliot W. Remick 
Arthur W. Reynolds 
Howard H. Reynolds 
Alexander H. Rice, 2d 
John C. Rice 
Edwin W. Rich 
Walter S. Rich 
Henry H. Richards 
Austin F. Riggs 
Henry C. Ring 
Hiram H. Roberts 
William F. Roberts 
Carl T. Robertson 
Beverley R. Robinson 
Herman F. Robinson 
Moncure Robinson 
Samuel Robinson 
Paul D. Rooney 
Stephen B. Rosenthal 
Paul D. Rust 
Edwin L. Sanborn, Jr. 
Henry H. Saunderson 
Philip B. Sawyer 
Hugh D. Scott 
Guy H. Scull 
Oscar S. Seaver 
David Sessler 
Edward P. Shaw 

James E. N. Shaw 

Charles M. Sheafe, Jr. 

Jonathan C. Shortlidge 

Charles P. Slade 

Curtis N. Smith 

Harry S. Smith 

.St. John Smith 



CoUegeville, Pa. 

Naval Torpedo Station, Newport, R. I. 

81 Walnut Ave., Roxbury 

300 Marlborough St., Boston 

Franklin St., Cambridgeport 

Housatonic 

41 St. Stephens St., Boston 

41 St. Stephens St., Boston 
47A Dana St., Cambridge 

Groton School, Groton 

15 W. 39th St., New York, N. Y. 

917 Beacon St., Boston 

1027 Orange St., Youngstown, Ohio 

42 Quincy St., Roxbury 

501 Cedar Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 

42 W. 37th St., New York, N. Y. 

42 W. 37 th St., New York, N. Y. 

319 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

241 West Newton St., Boston 

Quincy, 111. 

149 W. 85th St., New York, N. Y. 

Puritan Club, Boston 

Artemisa, Pinar del Rio, Cuba 

6 Thatcher Road, Dorchester 

125 Toxteth St., Brookline 

610 Bullitt Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

13T Commonwealth Ave., Boston 

165 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Woodville, Miss. 

421 High St., West Medford 

Mattapoisett 

Seattle, Wash. 

Concordville, Pa. 

Quincy 

Box 215, Colorado Springs, Col. 

26 Northampton Ave., Springfield 

334 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 



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CLASS REPORT OF 



Vine II. Smith 
William L. Snow 
Roger Spalding 
Arthur W. Spencer 
Harry R. Stanley 
Eric A. Starbuck 
Robert T. Stearns 
Theodore Stensland 
Henry T. Stephenson 

Frederic A. Sterling, 2d 
Charles C. Stillman 
Benjamin H. Stone 
Robert B. Stone 
Ralph Stout 
Ellery C. Stowell 
Richard \V. SuUoway 
John B. Swann 
Stephen S. Taft, Jr. 
John J. Teevens, Jr. 
John M. Thayer 
Frederick H. Thompson, Jr. 
Edward S. Thurston 
Calvin S. Tilden 
Edwin VanD. Tirrell 
George O. Tobey, Jr. 
Oliver S. Tonks 
John DeK. Towner 
Charles H. Tozier 
Richard A. Trapp 
Samuel G. Underbill 
George von Utassy 
Robert P. Utter 
Joseph L. Valentine 
Frank A. Vaughan 
Emanuel Verveer 
Beth Vincent 
Louis E. Vose 



Hanover, Conn. 

19 Harvard Ave., Brookline 
75 Sparks St., Cambridge 

17 E. 31st St., New York, N. Y. 
Jackson Terrace, Lawrence 

54 Whittier St., Andover 
4 Park Lane, Jamaica Plain 
Harvard Law School, Cambridge 
634 Fern St., Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 
Seymour, Baylor Co., Texas 
7 E. 40th St., New York, N. Y. 

9 Catharine St., Worcester 

18 Chestnut St., Boston 

302 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

112 North St., Akron, Ohio 

Franklin Falls, N. H. 

Stockbridge 

44 Avon Place, Springfield 

87 P St., South Boston 

Cambridge St., Worcester 

3 Pleasant St., Fitchburg 

204 W. 45th St., New York, N. Y. 

South Hanover 

60 Beacon St., Hyde Park 

1727 Cambridge St., Cambridge 

10 Faulkner St., Maiden 
Highland Park, 111. 

30 Thorpe Place, Somerville 
Aloyac, Vera Cruz, Mexico 

20 Madison St., Somerville 

Care Collier's Weekly, New York, N. Y. 
172 Tremont St., Boston 

19 Congress St., Boston 

44 Langdon St., Cambridge 
102 Arlington St., Cleveland, Ohio 
Fort Dodge, Iowa 
East Walpole 



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Eliot Wadsworth 
Fullerton L, Waldo 
Alexander S. Walker 
Allen Wallace 
George C. Ward 
Henry F. Wardwell 
Eugene Warner 
Roger S. Warner 
William E. Waterhouse 
Edward A. Waters 
William E. Weaver 
Philip B. Wells 
Frank P. Westcott 
William H. Wheelock 
Frank C. White 
Henry D. Whitfield 
Robert A. Whitford 
Louis L. Whitney 
Nelson W. Willard 
Joseph N. Willcutt 
Benjamin F. Williams 
Creighton H. Williams 
Clement B. Wood 
Howard Wood, Jr. 
John F. Wood 

John W. Wood, Jr. 
Francis Woodbridge 
Carleton M. Woods 
William Woodward 
Charles I. Wright 
Frederick R. Wright 
Robert M. Yerkes 
Augustus P. Zeller 



526 Beacon St., Boston 
Plainfield, N. J. 
221 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Knickerbocker Club, New York, N. Y. 
15 E. 9th St., New York, N. Y. 
P. O. Box i486, Boston 
991 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. 
153 Brattle St., Cambridge 
46 Lake Ave., Melrose 
1 901 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Saxton, Pa. 

1409 De La Vina St., Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Springvale, Me. 

75 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 
3759 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 
152 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 
92 Dale St., Waltham 
Plymouth, N. H. 

227 W. i22d St., New York, N. Y. 
166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Valparaiso, Ind. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Conshohocken, Pa. 
Conshohocken, Pa. 

Care of M. Steinert & Sons Co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
23 Buena Vista Park, North Cambridge 
Harvard Club, New York, N. Y. 
4 Central St., Boston [N. Y. 

Hanover National Bank, New York, 
2534 Bancroft St., Berkeley, Cal. 
Aspen, Col. 

Harvard University, Cambridge 
Trinity Park, Durham, N. C.