Record of the class of 1892 of Princeton college, no. 1, May, 1894

by Princeton university. Class of 1892

Publisher: The Princeton press, C. S. Robinson & co., printers in [Princeton, N.J

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ContributionsPrentice, William Kelly, ed
LC ClassificationsLD4604 1892
The Physical Object
Pagination119 p.
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24343095M
LC Control Number31029887

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  Princeton typically played Yale in New York on Thanksgiving day, a tradition so revered that in , Princeton rebuffed Harvard’s offer of a Thanksgiving game. (Harvard responded by refusing to play Princeton at all.) (“Yale-Princeton Thanksgiving Day ,” Athletic Programs Collection (AC), Box 1, Folder 1) “Thoughts of the quiet. Columbia University Alumni Federation records, [UA#] Columbia University Media Collection, ss [UA#] Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library. subseries: Subseries I.1 Dean's Records, and Subseries I.2 Dean's Records. Emma Martha Pallant left Sydney on Janu , also bound for similar training at the sanitarium. 7 Shortly after her arrival she and Semmens married on March 8, Uriah Smith officiated at the service in the Sisley family home. 8 Prior to leaving America, Semmens had some experience working in John Harvey Kellogg’s Chicago Mission. 9.

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The Princeton Tigers football team represented Princeton University in the college football team finished with a 12–2 record. The Tigers recorded 12 shutouts and outscored opponents by a combined total of to The team's sole losses were against Penn and Yale.

Two Princeton players, quarterback Philip King and guard Art Wheeler, were consensus first-team Captain: Philip King. Due to the age and quality of paper, printing and binding of this book, pages are skewed, discolored and the back cover of the book is stained.

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