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April Assistant August 12 August 21 born Broad Street Brooklyn Building CHARLES HODGE Chicago CHILDREN class in Freshman Club Columbia County Dayton death December December 27 Denver died Dorothy East Edgar Edward Electrical Entered class entered Princeton father February February 21 Fourth Street Frederick George graduated from Princeton HARRIS LINDSLEY Hospital James Jane January January 11 Jersey City John July June 24 Lawyer Left class LL.B Louisville Manufacturer March Marian married Miss Mass McAlpin Mexico Miss Elizabeth Miss Margaret Miss Mary Missionary mother Murray N. J. MARRIED Newark North November November 19 October October 27 Ohio Orange Park Pennsylvania Ph.D Philadelphia Physician Pittsburg POLITICAL OFFICE HELD preparatory Presbyterian Church public schools Real Estate Broker Regiment Rensselaer residence Robert Secretary September September 12 South Thomas Topeka Trenton University UNMARRIED Walter Washington West William Butler Woodbridge William Henry York City
Page 39 - And, when the stream Which overflowed the soul was passed away, A consciousness remained that it had left, Deposited upon the silent shore Of memory, images and precious thoughts, That shall not die, and cannot be destroyed.
Page 5 - IT is not what we say or sing, That keeps our charm so long unbroken, Though every lightest leaf we bring May touch the heart as friendship's token; Not what we sing or what we say Can make us dearer to each other; We love the singer and his lay, But love as well the silent brother.
Page 79 - He received his early education in the public schools of his native town and in 1888 entered the employ of the Putnam Tool Company, Fitchburg, Mass., taking three years' special training in the shop.
Page 57 - ... a strong naval force continued off the coast. Decatur, with the United States and Macedonian, trying to get to sea by way of Long Island Sound, was forced into New London harbor and bottled up for the rest of the war. In the spring of 1814 he was transferred to the President, blockaded at New York. It was not until the following January that he was able to get out in a storm, the blockaders pursuing and forcing him to an unequal fight, in which he surrendered. Similar fates awaited most of the...