By the death of Aaron Rogers Crane the members of the senior class feel that they have lost a sincere friend, an earnest worker, and a Christian gentleman, -faithful, simple, pure; all who knew him were strongly attracted toward him, and his untimely end is felt as a personal loss; and the class desires to pay honor to his many noble qualities, to mark them as examples of manly virtue, and to tender its heartfelt sympathy to his parents in this their bitter hour.

Resolved, that a copy of the foregoing be sent to the parents of the deceased, and to the college papers.

A. G. HATCH, Com.C. R. CLAPP, Com.F. A. MASON, Com.