jiistory of Qass of '93.
For four long years the class of '93 has been walking the
College campus and now, as our student life is drawing to a close,
many sweet memories of the dear old institution and of the
boys who have walked with us, crowd upon us and make us
loath to leave her pleasant places.
Beginning Freshman year with a roll of seventy-seven, the
class has had the distinction of being the largest which has
ever passed through the College, having now upon her roll forty-
two men. who will be graduated in June.
Death robbed us of three sterling fellows, while the relentless
hand of "hard times" forced many of us from our ranks. We
have not passed these days with long faces and dyspeptic grum¬
blings. We have had our share in college sports; the ball-
teams, tennis-clubs and glee-clubs, receiving some of their best
talent from the Senior class. But the talent of the class does
not stop with these. It reaches out to higher and nobler quali¬
ties. From the class ot '93 boys will go to take their places in
nearly every profession and industry known to our common-
weilth. The pulpit, the bar, and school-room, each will receive
- The average age of the class is 22 years, 8 months and 15
days. The age of the oldest boy is 31 years, 11 months and 26
days, and that of the youngest is 18 years and 6 days. States