The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 27, 1907, Image 1

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The Junior Banque
February the twenty-lint will
Iwe in the history of the class of
r OS as the most taemorable of the
many happy days spent at the A.
& M. On the evening: of that dele
we gathered together in phe Mess
Hall to celebrate the annual ban
quet of the Junioti Class, and to
forget for a while the chres of: ■
College existence. After assem
bling in the spacious j>arh»r on tfb
seccaul toor, (lie time b'
in conversetioti and gene
mating nntil the sump
from the dining room* a
that ever'ithinu was jrf
Wfc trooped 'down in a
took out placeU at the tal
first thing to attract out attentionl
was the lieanttful and apjiroj:
menu cards that had been pr
ed for the occasion. An examina
tion of the pages revealed the fol
'] lowing i^eiAt^Jl / ! *
of igOS ^
Our chief aim in qur banquet to- pight than fillidg onr stomachs and
object in onr meeting to
ri merry
nS ' line
ody aa<l
temporarily. We ronst get
the fighting spirit—the spirit that
conquers. Do not let the spirit that
is tnlused tonight pMs away be
fore (he dawn of the morrow; now
as yon go from here tonight do not
swear eternalj fidelity, and never
1 think jof your bath again; but stay
by yofir Jbla«w! through thick and
tVlin 11111»-t r\r i* fir-t 1 .. bMi « c
night is|to bring the fellows closer
together for we are decidedly lack
ing in both class and college spirit,
which i?l evidenced by every move
we make, whether it he on the side
lines, (tt;our class meetings or else- '■
where. jThis is perhaps due to the
fact thait we lack leaders, hut we
must develop these for we will need
them ba*il*’ next year. ; Now, this ^ thin Whether or not it exactly suits
is the first and probably the last | you fri>ra a personal standpoint. litlyem, That uight we
and only, time we will ever be to- wondm if when the birthday of (give® a warm reception, not: a
get her for a few hours’enjoy stent, | “The Father of Our Country’’ I of us getting slighted. * T(i«se
so let’si make tlu- hesl oif it. Still comes'’round in future years, some ceptfOwi were very freqtgt;
we niu(t ibecorae more kicial at all j will lopk up from their office desks nearly a month, frxid after (
times mid try to help the down-land suiile as the memory of this 1 were constantly' Tetulnde^
trodden instead of ’’hariding them event litts across their minds, while were d—fresh''’fis|t.R|
the package" at every available op- others kvill Im: telling'the charitable We are here
portunit)). Of course some of us lady at her ki|Qheu door of the that hat|e Iwen left of the !ot»«t
may hav< traits which ortters <lo I “gco l 'c
We were a lot at green
loading at College Statu
heavy hearts and excit
sious on our faces as
great crowd of boys at
and heard them yelling,
the Fish!’ ‘Hoiel de
'“Carriage!" ; etc. We f^l*
like sinking Unto the K
proceeding further. Bu
spw the crowd gradli
‘' the campus add we
that measured up to the highest
standard. It is dUc to the atltletiC
ability of these men of the class of
08 that the Agricultural and Mech
anical College of Texas has h(d her
the athl-
w a
at j name inscribed
tigh up in
k|o a L,’A>'gh“*f
Thick Greefi T
Celery Sweet Pickles
Sake# AMihridi |
Stuffed Cnabai* la Cneole
New Potatoes Persillgde
Crousiades of Sweetbread ala Reipe
Asparagus Tipa a la Ckeam
Souffle of Banjul as oh Moaschind
Romain Punch a la A. A Mi f
Stuffed Turkey with ChestmAs
Cranberry j Hhnce
l.ettuce Salad French pressing j
Fancy Forma of Ice C(e*ni
Petits Kdurs |[ l!
f; '> SastfbcsVfM
Assorted Cakes
j Nuts Raisins
j |
tonight., dm
tit ofjthe ope
“good ‘chewing’* they had at thejdned ami ninety (hat gather^
not lik^ i»»»t ca.n’t We overlook such ! junior banquet oh the night of Feb- Oti jthaijevetitf nl dad.- KV> I
trivial matters for thetsakeof goodirnary ah^ 1907^
sto > l many a rhrti anj
letic roll <4 the institutions of. the
Southwest, I i \
We have not only
athletics. bu| we came
ions in the caiie
'class Of ‘07 against tb
We carried the Cane safely
ml. And tonight w: hoi
[■relic dear tr> each tone of us
[ot menihranev of thai victory. (
ive up a souvenir piece of the di
,e c^ue tied with a bow q! black i and
gold.) This was be for ? rope pull-'
lug was lntroduce<l to t liskxdlege,
i-]l>nt I am sure tji^t if rc^*. pulling
re ha<l been the game we Would jiave
« ; wpn or Ixoke the rope’ *
y But a content Of i>tret»gih
J IM 10 i
From the first course to
everything wpa « success,
preciated as onlyj * hungry cadet
knows how; amlf the gastronomic
feats that some of us performed
were a little short of ! tbe sensation
After tlx.- iBtn
satisfied and the
ect wi|h fragraa
nas every one
toasts and afte
a|au had be^n
t mosphere cloud-
of perfect Havau-
fpr the
dipuer speeches
owing order;
dams; “The
“Our Sweet-
tch Ranch. ’
Experience' ’
and Replies ”
of the ’08
to give
h were in
' A. J.
ts,” T.A.
f*. Cornell
Faust; ‘
Dale; ^
Fi B. McKie
CliaaT Dan Cnlvdr.
It would be i;
all the toasts and
all of any of them
tracts from three dr foot
It in with the
pleasure that I am
itted to look qpoo this assero
of smiling youthful faces to-
and I trust (hat we have all
into this, tl e greatest event
of our college life With glad hearts
and good win towards every u»em-
1 be* of the great ani glofious cias-
BACK ROW—MeCiimtis, McKIit»> j , Rohiasop. Jobeoir, Stand iter. Fpivey. Warden. Bower, Smith A. J-. Wl|(hSuw» W. W.. Beall. Moor* G. f.,
Wray. Hast Casey. J
THIRD RO^V—Blackaller. Faust, Cutter, Holloway. Homeyer, Miller, Adams L., Culver, McKiei'Maxwelx North, Butwreister, Wilson. Fleming.
1 ,, Hutl. Dale 1., Neale. Lauderdfle. Borah; Evans, Sampson. Maedgen. Jones C. E., Dale J.
SECOND ROW—Skaggs. Buchanan. Munsoii A.. Lee. Elhs, Hodges. Goldwire. Adams T. IL< Beeseley, Cowell. Jones L. R.. Rirhiqstein. Schaefer,
RONT ROW—Telfair, Whittel, Warn, Utay. Cason. Whitny, Foy. Brundrette and McLeod.
IUNIORS NOT IN CUT Crockett. Heller. Kelley. Linder. McCown, Polansky. Rhode and Schmidt.
’ ■> sm-..;. .1'
ly followers
tkdr by
i Th* Class.
Fellow classmates: It gives me
pleasure tonight to be one of you,
and to have this subject, "The
.... , .Class of 08.” This is au occasion
j^plomas in June, creating good fellowship and for
drawing us nearer together and
making us a unit. As we are
gathered here for the first timk, let
us look back over the past for a
few mitiatek. Where were we and
•nd what were we September 24, 1904
hip? Let it he so that when
apeak of the class of 1908 we
Will meaiikkSaniething more than
juf^ieiply th^: fo^unat^e\^vho
will reeahre their
bag l^t it oonvey the far
a hand of friend
bound toge-
kable tint of fel-
a qti jr -t.d Bunk, and
lots of things that stunck, but
glad to say that we have no
all taste for something good t
judging by appearances.
Can we say that we have
anything for our institution
these few years' stay here? I
sure we ca*». We have had
[ fleetest and strongest men on
U * i
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idiron ^inte ’04. We have als
men on! the baseball diamr
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all we have succeeded in. Wei
made as good a class record
that h*s preceded us, and on
12, ’oX, will carry away morc
lomas than have evfr been
by any class before, m
We represent here tonight the
warMM-jdgpsrtJnents. but united
intoi one class. ’ We Imvc the noble
boll hanger'’ with us. the one