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Scholarships have been assigned to the following members of the three upper classes:
Class of 1884-Gates, Nolen, Jewett, Webster, Bridge, Nef, A. G. Hatch, Hubbard, Johnson, Sawin, Stewart, Drown, Conant, Lovering, Aiken, Fenn, Frost, Jones, Bierwirth, G. W. Brown, Lounsbury, A. S. Perkins, Pickop and Wilkinson.
Class of 1885-Craigin, Smith, Harriugton, Litchfield, Gleason, Brogan, Mullen, Aldrich, Strong, Anderson, Hildreth, Chamberlain, Long, Larrabee, Lothman, Carrier, Marsh, Partridge, Arnold, Drane, Batten, Smith, Leverett and Hazard.
Class of 1886-Huddleston, Snyder, Balcombe, Rankin, Carpenter, LaMonte, Howes, Kenison, Osgood, Libby, Loyd, Hutchins, Richardson, Fraser, Harding, Clark, Gleason, Mallouy, Lincoln, Gunnison, Hurley, Hurd, Washburn and Churchill.
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