â– â– /W'
"^'o s'lj- tItoHsiuid men Uuioii Collcf/e has been .wnu'thinu
more than a name. To three thousand,, not yet wrapped In
eternal site?iee, it is still a si/no)i//nt for four years of in-
tellectual sfrnyyie and i)d<'lh'(tu((l joy, of yrou-in// discern-
ment of vague outlines of the irorld of thouyht,
enthusiasm for nolle ideals, of deliyhtful human companion-
ships;, of communion with as rare surroundinys of natural
beauty as ever yladdened the heart of jirosaic man, and
helped shake off some grains at least
(Prof, ./(tmcs li. Triiuj.)
A IIECOIID OF THE ( OMME.MOiiATlON
JUNE TWENTY-FIRST TO TWENTY-SEVENTH, 1895
ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY
FOUNDING OF UNION COLLEGE
A SKETCH OF ITS HISTOllY
THE Centennial Committee, in appointing a Sub-com-
mittee on Publication, directed them to prepare and
issue a full report of the proceedings connected with the
observance of the anniversary, together with a history of
the College. The fulfilment of this duty has been de-
layed, partly by the amount of labor involved, and partly
by the fact that the Committee on Publication included
no men of leisure, who could devote to the task continu-
It was thought best to make the report as accurate as
possible by gi\dng each speaker an opportunity to re-
vise his contribution both in manuscript and in proof.
This required voluminous correspondence and frequent
interruptions in the work of preparation.
In order to keep the volume within reasonable limits,
it was found necessary to omit any minute account of
the events which belonged to the annual commencement
rather than to the Centennial celebration. The im-
promptu speeches delivered at the Alumni dinner have
also been omitted.
For the historical sketch the committee are indebted to
Mr. Robert C. Alexander, of the class of 1880, who kindly
placed at their disposal the results of researches which
he had made for a different purpose.
VI PREFATORY NOTK.
To facilitate rot'ui'ciiicu to tho contciils oi' the volume, a
full index has been appended.
The Committee on I'lildicitiou induli;*' the hopi^ that
this volume may not only keej) alive the memory of
a notable anniversary, but also strengthen the loyal
attachment of the Alumni to their alina mater.
Charles Emoky Smith,
Charles D. Nott,
Frederick W. Seward,
James K. Truax,
Edward P. White,
George Alexander, Clia'niudn.
SKETCH OF THE COMMEMORATION .... 1-35
The Preparation 1-7
Centennial Co>[^riTTEK 4-5
The Program 8-18
The Proceedings 19-35
Alumni Dinner 23-25
Commencement Exercises 20-35
Conferring op Degrees 27-31
History op the College 37-76
Discourse by George Alexander, D. D 70-90
Conference on the Relations of Religion and Educa-
A. C. Sewall, D. D 91-94
B. B. Loomis, D. D 95-100
Rev. Walter Scott, A. M 101-109
Thomas E. Bliss, D. D 110-114
William Maxon, D. D 115-120
Frederick Z. Rooker, D. D 121-12()
Baccalaureate Sermon by Rt. Rev. Wm. C. Doane, D. D. 127-139
MORNING SESSION. SUBJECT, THE SECONDARY
Melvil Dewey 143-149
William H. Maxwell 150-171
C. F. P. Bancroft, LL. D 172-182
AFTERNOON SESSION. SUB.JE(T, THE COLLEOE . is;]-212
President Austin Scott 1S3-185
President Benjamin Andrews 180-197
President James H. Tayt.or li).S-i.M2
EVENING SESSION. SUBJECT, THE UNIVERSITY . 213-2-14
President Danied Coit Oilman 21:5-210
Professor William Gardner Hale .... 217-229
President G. Stanley Hall 230-244
President Andrew V. V. Raymond .
Chancellor Anson Judd Upson .
Professor George Herbert Palmer
Dean Henry Parks Wright ....
Professor John Haskell Hewitt .
Professor Charles F. Richardson
De.aj^ J. H. Van Amringe
Professor William ]Macdonald .
Professor John Randolph Tucker
Professor Oren Root
Professor Anson D. Morse
President Austin Scott ....
President James H. Taylor
Commemorative Addresses and Centennial Poem
Charles D. Nott, D. D
George F. Danforth, LL. 1)
Stealy B. Rossiter, D. D.
centennial poem by
William H. McElroy, LL. D
THE COLLEGE IN PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Gen. Daniel Butterfield, LL. I). .
Major Austin A. Yates
Poem by ^Ik. Weston Flint
THE COLLE(iK IN PROFESSIONAL LIFK 348-420
W. H. Hklmk ^[oore 348-:}r)l
J. Newton Fikro '.i')2-'M')7
Teunis S. Hamlin, D. I) :}()8-4()r)
John Van Rensselaer Hoff, A. M., M. I). . . . 40(^-420
SEMI-CENTENNIAL OF THE ENGINEERING SCHOOL 421-435
President Cady Staley 421-42G
Warner Miller, LL. D 427-435
THE COLLEGE IN STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICS 437-407
Silas B. Brownell, LL. D 437-438
Governor John Gary Evans 439-443
Hon. David C. Robinson 444-455
Chables Emory Smith, LL. D 456-4(57
UNIVERSITY CELEBRATION 471-497
Eliphalet Nott Potter, D. D., LL. D. . . . 471-476
CENTENNIAL ORATION BY
Henry C. Potter, D. D., LL. D 477-497
UNION COLLEGE Frontispiece
Union College in 1795 39
John Blair Smith 44
Jonathan Edwards 46
Union College in 1804 47
Eliphalet Nott 49
Laurens P. Hickok 57
Charles Augustus Aiken 58
Eliphalet Nott Potter 59
Harrison E. Webster 60
Andrew V. V. Raymond 61
Tayler Lewis 63
Isaac W. Jackson 64
Entrance to College Grounds 68
The Terrace 69
Powers Memorial Building 71
SKETCH OF THE COMMEMOKATIOX.
AT the aimual meeting; of the Board of Trustees of
-^ Union College on June 27, 1893, Trustee R. C. Alex-
ander moved the following preamble and resolution, pre-
facing it by the remark that with the substitution of the
word "century" for "half-century," the resolution was
an exact copy of one passed by the Board of Trustees
fifty years before :
Wheeeas, The space of a century will have nearly
elapsed before the next annual commencement since the
incorporation of Union College ; and whereas, the expira-
tion of such a period affords a fit occasion for reviewing
the i^ast history of the institution, and commemorating
the services of those among its patrons and alumni who
have been called away by death therefrom.
Resolved, That a committee be appointed to cooperate
with a committee of the alumni in a joint committee to
consider and report upon the time most proper for such a
celebration, and to suggest such arrangements as may, in
their estimation, be deemed best adapted to give interest
and useful effect to the occasion.
ACTION OF THE ALUMNI.
On tlie same day tbo Association of tlie Alumni, at its
regular annual meeting, u[)()n motion of Edwai'd P. White,
'79, adopted the following preamble and resolutions :
Whereas, The year 1895 will mark the completion of a
full hundred years of the life of Union College, and
Whereas, This fact will call for general rejoicing among
the alumni and friends of the College, and will offer a
most fitting occasion for celebrating the beneficent work
and far-reaching influence of our Alma Mater, and for
honoring the memory of those who, as officers, instruc-
tors, graduates, or benefactors, have made the name of
Union illustrious; and
Whereas, The worthy commemoration of an event of
such historic interest will require extended and careful
preparations, therefore be it resolved,
1. That a committee of twelve, together with the Pres-
ident of the Association, ex officio, be appointed from our
most interested and loyal alumni to devise and perfect a
plan for appropriately celebrating the centennial anniver-
sary of the founding of Union College. The committee
shall have power to add to their number by selecting at
least one from each class.
2. That the Faculty and Board of Trustees be requested
to appoint each a committee to cooperate with this com-
mittee of the alumni.
3. That the joint committee be requested to report
one year hence a definite plan for the celebration.
ACTION OF THE FACULTY.
On December 7, 1893, at a meeting of the Faculty of
the College, a resolution was unanimously adopted author-
izing the President to a]ipoint a committee of three to co-
SKETCH OF THE COMMEMOKATION. 3
operate with tlie other committees in tiie celebration of
the centennial anniversary of the College.
ACTION OF THE UNIVERSITY.
At the annual meeting of the Board of Governoi-s
of the University, held in Albany, on January 23, 1894,
Dr. Willis J. Tucker presiding, a resolution was adopted
authorizing the chairman to appoint one representative
upon the Centennial Committee from each of the Albany
departments of the University, and directing that he
shoukl designate himself as the representative of the
ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMITTEE.
On December 14, 1893, the committees met in joint ses-
sion at 203 Broadway, in the city of New York, made a
temj)orary organization, and appointed a snb-committee
on plan and scojje to report at a later meeting, wdiich
they should call.
Such meeting was duly held at the same place on
March 8, 1894, and a permanent organization was then
effected. The committee at the same time added to their
number additional alumni members, as authorized by the
resolution of the Ceneral Alumni Association, thus form-
ing the Grand Committee of One Hundred; and desig-
nated the members of the various sub-committees.
The committee then heard the report of the sub-com-
mittee on plan and scope, appointed at the December
meeting, and after due discussion adopted a set of by-
laws for the future direction of the Centennial Committee
and its various sub-committees.
It was decided that the celebration of the Centennial
should be held during the Commencement week of 1895,
and that the various Centennial exercises should be ar-
ticulated with the regular exercises of the graduating
4 UNION COLLEGE.
class ill such uiaiincr as iiii<;lit tlieroafter be agreed upon
by the committees on Commemorative Exercises and on
Banquet and Receptions, eoiipci-atiiig witli tlie Faculty
of the College.
The committee, as finally constituted, and its sub-com-
mittees are indicated in the following list :
THE CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE.
OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Hon. JUDSON S. LANDON, LL. D.
\yy\. H. H. :\rOORE. Rev. GEORGE ALEXANDER, D. D.
Hon. JOHN A. DE REMER. CHARLES C. LESTER.
OF THE FACULTY.
Prof. WILLIAM WELLS, LL. D.
Prof. .JAMES R. TRUAX, Ph. D. Prof. B. H. RIPTON, Ph. D.
OF THE UNIVERSITY.
MEDICAL COLLEGE, . . Dr. WILLIS G. TUCKER.
LAW SCHOOL, . . . Dean LEWIS B. HALL.
DUDLEY OBSERVATORY, . Dr. SAMUEL B. WARD.
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, Dr. ALFRED B. HUESTED.
OF THE ALUMNI.
Rev. ANDREW V. V. RAYMOND, D. D.
Hon. ALEX. H. RICE, LL. D.
Gen. DANIEL BUTTERFIELD, LL. D.
Hon. ROBERT EARL, LL. D.
Rev. CHARLES D. NOTT, D. D.
Hon. CHARLES EMORY SMITH, LL. D.
Col. CHARLES E. SPRAGUE, Ph. D.
ROBERT C. ALEXANDER.
Hon. CHESTER HOLCOMBE.
JOSEPH D. CRAIG, :\I. D.
SEYMOUR VAN SANTVOORD.
WILLIAM P. RUDD.
SKETCH OF THE COMMEMORATION.
OF THE ALUMNI.
Thomas Hun, M. D., '62
Charles T. Cromwell, '63
Zaccheus T. Newcomb, '64
Alexander Proudfit, D. D., '05
Jolin C. Halsey, M. D., '66
Geu. John Cochrane, '67
Charles E. West, LL. D., '68
Ezra A. Huntington, D. D., '69
John C. Cruikshank, D. D., '70
John Foster, LL. D., '71
Rol)ert M. Brown, D. D., '72
Hon. S. K. WiUiams, '73
Hon. Isaac Dayton, '74
Joel T. Headly, LL. D., '75
Hon. Geo. F. Danforth, LL. D., '76
Hamilton Harris, LL. D., '77
Hon. Samuel W, Jackson, '78
Prof. Daniel B. Hagar, '79
Prof. Wendell Lamorovix, '80
Rt. Rev. A. N. Littlejohn, D. D., '81
Hon. John M. Carroll, '82
Warren G. Brown, '83
Hon. Charles C. Nott, '84,
Hon. Frederick W. Seward, '85
CUfford A. Hand, '86
James H. McClure, '87
Silas B. Brownell, LL. D. '88
Nelson Millard, D. D., '89
Hon. John H. Burtis, '90
Sheldon Jackson , D. D. , '91
Edward P. North, '92
L. Clark Seelye, D. D., '93
John T. Mygatt, '94
Charles Beattie, D. D., '95
Hon. Warner Miller, '96
E. Nott Potter, D. D., LL. D., '97
Prof. Oliver P. Steves,
Hon. Amasa J. Pai'ker,
Daniel M. Stimson, M. D.,
Stealy B. Rossiter, D. D.,
Monroe ]\I. Cady.
Hon. J. Newton Fiero,
Harrison E. Webster, LL. D.,
Robert P. Orr,
George R. Donnan,
Hon. Howard Thornton,
Wm. T. Clute, M. D.,
Hon. Tracy C. Becker,
N. V. V. Franchot,
Frederick B. Streeter, M. D.,
William B. Rankine,
Charies M. Cidver, M. D.,
Edward P. White,
John V. L. Pruyn,
Frederick W. Cameron,
James R. Fairgrieve,
William P. Landon,
Charles F. Bridge,
Prof. Philip H. Cole,
Archie R. Conover,
Fred. L. Comstock,
Tracy H. Robertson,
Edward J. Prest,
George T. Hughes,
Howard Pemberton, 2d,
Russell S. Greenman,
R. E. Wilder.
'48, Hon. Julm H. Starin,
'93, Hon. Pliny T. Sexton, LL. D.
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES.
Cliairman, Andrew V. V. Raymond,
Vice-Chairmau, Charles D. Nott,
Treasurer, Charles E. Spraque,
Secretary, Chester Holcombe,
A. V. V. Raymond, Chairman.
Charles D. Nott, Charles E. Sprague,
Chester Holcombe, J. S. Landon,
William Wells, J. A. De Remer,
Georgre Alexander, Seymour Van Santvoord,
John H. Starin, Robert C. Alexander.
COMMITTEE ON FINANCE.
Charles E, Sprague, Chairman.
Hamilton Han-is, Chester Holcombe,
Alex. H. Rice, C. M. Culver,
Daniel Butterfield, James H. McClure.
COMMITTEE ON INVITATION.
Charles C. Lester, Chairman.
Robert Earl, Joseph D. Craig,
Howard Thornton, B. H. Ripton.
COMMITTEE ON COMMEMORATIVE EXERCISES.
J. S. Landon, Chairman.
A. V. V. Raymond, Warner Miller,
Daniel Butterfield, Silas B. Brownell,
Georg-e Alexander, James R. Truax.
COMMITTEE ON BANQUET AND RECEPTIONS.
W1LLLA.M Wells, Chairman,
J. A. De Remer, William P. Rudd,
J, Newton Fiero, Willis G. Tucker.
SKETCH OF THE COMMEMORATION. 7
COMMITTEE ON MUSIC.
Seymour Van Santvoord, Chairman.
Daniel M. Stimson, William B. Rankine,
Charles W. Culver, Tracy H. Robertson.
COMMITTEE ON ENTERTAINMENT.
John A. De Remer, Chairman.
Samuel W. Jackson, William T. ("lute.
COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION.
John H. Starin, Chairman.
Daniel Butterfleld, Frank Loomis.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION OF HISTORY, ETC.
George Alexander, Chairman.
Charles Emory Smith, Homer Greene,
Charles D. Nott, James R. Truax,
Frederick W. Seward, Edward P. White.
COMMITTEE ON ALUMNI RECORD.
Wendell Lamoroux, Chairman.
A. H. Rice, Philip H. Cole,
Charles F. Bridge, Dow Beekman.
COMMITTEE ON PRINTING, PUBLICITY, AND
R. C, Alexander, Chairman.
Frederick W. Cameron, William B. Rankine,
Frank A. de Puy, Edgar S. Barney.
COMMITTEE ON CENTENNIAL ENDOWMENT.
Stephen K. Williams, John V. L. Pruyn,
Wm. H. H. Moore, William P. Landon,
John A. De Remer, Monroe M. Cady,
Pliny T. Sexton.
When the time for the celebration drew near, the Committee issued
the following Program :
8 UNION COLLEGE.
jf ln^a\^ 3unc 2 1.
ALLISON-FOOTE PRIZE DEBATE
ADELPHIC AND PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETIES.
First Presbyterian Chureli, 8.00 p, M.
QUESTION FOR DEBATE : ^Rcsoh-rd, " That Coin'^ Fhmncinl School
is Antagouistic to tlie True Interests of America.""
In the Affirmntive.
Members of the Adelphic Society.
Rockwell Harmon Potter, Glenville,
Orman West, Middlebm*gb,
Zedekiah L, Myers, St. Johnsville.
In the Negative.
^Members of tlie Philoniatheau Society.
Theodore Floyd Bayles, West Kortright,
James Michael Cass, Wataugua, Tenn.,
Orlando B. Pershing.
AWARD OF PRIZES.
Satur&as, %\\\\c 22.
CLASS-DAY EXERCISES OF THE CLASS OF 189.3.
First Presl)yterian Church, 3.30 p. >r.
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS, George Linius Streeter, Johnstown.
OliATION, James Alexander Collins, Amsterdam.
POEM Henry Ravenel Dwtght, Charleston, S. C
HISTORY Albert Sewall Cox, Schenectady.
ADDRESS William (tRant Bkown. Utica.
PROPHECY, .... Thkodore Floyd Bayles, West Kortright.
SKETCH OF THE C0MMEM(3RATI0N. 9
PRIZE ORATORY OF JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES,
AND THE ALEXANDER PRIZE CONTEST
IN EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING.
First Presb^-terian Church, 7.30 p. m.
Howard Rutsen Furbeck, St. Johnsville, ** Safeguards of a Natiou."
Ira Hotaling, Albany, " Unconscious Influence."
John Crapo Merchant, Nassau, " Ballot Reform."
D. Howard Craver, Albany, . . . " Christianity Not Philosophy."
George J. Dann, Walton, ''The End of the Century."
RoscoE Guernsey, East Cobleskill, . . " The Progress of Liberty."
established by ROBERT C. ALEXANDER, '80.
For the Encouragement of Extemporaneous Sjjeaking.
General Subject, *' Wealth."
Horatio M. Pollock, '95 Schenectady.
D. Howard Craver, '96, Albany.
Albert S. Cox, '95, . . . . : Schenectady.
Theodore Floyd Bayles, '95, West Kortright.
William Dike Reed, '98, Albany.
Rockwell Harmon Potter, '95, Glenville.
George Young, '9G, Cobleskill.
Loren C. Guernsey, '95, East Cobleskill.
Sun^av?, June 23.
First Reformed Church, 10.30 a. m.
Responsive Beading of the 103^7 Psalm.
Beading of the Commandments.
Offerings and Offertory.
By the Rev. GEORGE ALEXANDER, D. D., '66, Pastor of the
Uaiversity Place Presbyterian Church of New York City.
First Reformed Church, 4.00 P. M.
Beading of Scriptxre.
CONFERENCE, "RELIGION AND EDUCATION,"
Led by the Rev. A. C. SEWALL, D. D., Pastor of the
First Reformed Church, Schenectady, N. Y.
SKETCH OF THE COMMEMORATION. 11
The Rkv. B. B, Loomis, '63, of Canajoliarie, N. Y., representing the
The Rev. Walter Scott, '(58, Principal of the Connecticut Literary
Institution, representing- the Baptist Cliurcli.
The Rev. William D. Maxon, D. D., 78, Rector of the Calvary Epis-
copal Chui'ch, of Pittsburg, Pa.
The Rev. Thomas E. Bliss, D. D., '48, of Denver, Colorado, repre-
senting the Presbyterian Church.
The Rev. Frederick Z. Rooker, D. D., '84, Secretary to the Apostolic
Delegate, Monsignor Satolli, Washington, D, C.
EVENING SERVICE AND BACCALAUREATE SERMON.
First Reformed Church, 7.30 P. M.
Beading of the Third Chapter of the Boole of Proverbs.
Offerings and Offer tor ij.
BACCALAUREATE SERMON BY
The Right Reverend WILLIAM CROSWELL DOANE,
Bishop of Albany, N. Y.
12 UNION COLLEGE.
flDoii^av, .^unc 24.
College Cli.ipcl. 10 oVloc'k.
Subject: "The School."
Mklvil Dkwey, Secretary of the Board of Regents of tlie University
of the State of New York. i)resi(ling.
Prof. William H. Maxwell, Superintendent of Schools, Brooklyn, N. Y.
C. F. P. Bancroft, Principal of PhiUips Academy, Andover, Mass.
College Chapel, 2.30 o'clock.
Subject: '' The COLLEGE."
President Scott, of Rutgers College, presiding.
President Andrews, of Brown University.
President Taylor, of Vassar CoUege.
College Oval, 4.30 p. M.
First Presbyterian Church, 8.00 o'clock.
Subject: "The University."
President Oilman, of Johns Hopkins University, presiding.
President G. Stanley Hall, of Clark l^niversity.
President Harper, of Chicago University.
Chancellor MacCrackex, of the Universitv of the Citv of New York.
SKETCH OF THE COMIMEMORATION. 13
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PHI BETA KAPPA SOCIETY.
English Room, 9.00 a. m.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SIGMA XI SOCIETY.
Engineering Room, 9.00 a. m.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES.
Philosophical Room, 10.00 a. m.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GENERAL ALUMNI
Hon. Amasa J. Parker, President, presiding.
College Chapel, 10.00 a. m.
ELECTION OF ALUMNI TRUSTEE 12.00 m.
FOOT-BALL KICKING CONTEST.
Under the direction of the Foot-Ball Association.
College Campus, 12.15 p. M.
Memorial Hall, 1.15 p. m.
President Raymond, presiding.
MUSIC â€” Bv THE Glee, Mandolin, and Banjo Clubs.
Chancellor Anson J. Upson, of the Board of Regents of the
University of the State of New York.
Professor George Herbert Palmer, of Harvard Univei-sity.
President Patton, of Princeton College.
President Andrews, of Brown University.
Professor Henry Parks Wright, Dean of Yale College.
14 UNION COLLEGE.
Professor John Haskkll 1 1 kwitt, of Williams College.
Propkssor Charles F. Richardson, of Dartmouth College.
Professor J. H. Van Amringe, Dean of ('olumbia College.
Professor William MacDonald, of Bowdoin College.
Professor John Randolph Tucker, of Washington and
President Scott, of Rutgers College.
Professor Oren Root, of Hamilton College.
Professor Anson D. Morse, of Amherst College.
Chancellor MacCracken, of the University of the City of New York.
President Taylor, of Vassar College.
REUNION OF ALL CLASSES ABOUT THE "OLD ELM,"
AND IVY EXERCISES OF THE CLASS OF 1895.
College Garden, 3.30 p. M.
PIPE ORATION, Isaac Harby, Sumter, S. C.
IVY POEM, Rockwell Harmon Potter, Glenville.
PLANTING OF THE IVY.
IVY ORATION, . . George Albert Johnston, Palatine Bridge.
RECEPTION BY PRESIDENT AND MRS. RAYMOND.
President's Residence, 5.00 P. M.
COMMEMORATIVE ADDRESSES AND CENTENNIAL POEM.
First Presbyterian Church, 8.00 P. M.
Rev. Chas. D. Nott, D. D,, '54, presiding.
Hon. George F. Danporth, LL, D., '40.
Rev. Stealy B. Rossiter, D. D., '65.
William H. McElroy, LL. D., 'GO.
SKETCH OF THE COMMEMORATION. 15
Mc^nes^a\?. 3\\nc 26.
THE COLLEGE IN PATRIOTIC SERVICE.
College Campus, 8.30 A. M.
Presiding Officer,â€” Gen. Daniel Butterfield, LL. I)., '49.
FLAG-RAISING, WITH ARTILLERY SALUTE.
Major Austin A. Yates, '54.
THE COLLEGE IN PROFESSIONAL LIFE.
Memorial Hall, 9.30 a. m.
Presiding Officer,â€” W. H. H. Moore, '44.
Hon. J. Newton Fiero, '67, late President of the New York
State Bar Association.
Rev. Teunis S. Ha]\ilin, D. D., '67.
Major John Van R. Hoff, M. D., U. S. A., 71.
The CoUege Nine against an Alumni Nine.
College Campus, 11.00 a. m.
Memorial Hall, 1.00 p. m.
Hon. Amasa J. Parker, '63, President of the General Alumni As-
ADDRESSES BY ALUMNI AND OTHERS.
jVIUSIC â€” The Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin Clubs.
16 UNION COLLEGE.
CELEBRATToX OF THE REMT-CENTKXXIAL
OF THE ENCilNEEKlNO SCHOOL
OF UNION COLLEGE.
College Chapel, 4.00 p. m.
IV(>si(linfr Officer, President Cady Stalky, '65, of the Case School
of Applied Science.
Hon. Warner Miller, LL. I)., 'GO.
Gen. Roy Stone, 'oG.
THE COLLEGE IN STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICS
First Presbyterian Church, 8.00 P. M.
Presiding Officer,â€” Hon. John Gary Evans, '83, Governor of South
MUSIC â€” Introductory â€” The College Banjo and Mandolin
Hon. David C. Robinson, 'Go.
SONG â€” The College Glee Club.
Hon. Charles Emory Smith, LL. D., '01.
SONG â€” The College Ulee ('luh.
SKETCH OF THE COINIMEMORATION. 17
Uburs^av, June 27.
GRADUATING EXERCISES OP THE CLASS OF 1895.
First Presbyterian Church, 10.00 A. M.