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The Purple, June 1895



The Purple is a student publication offering news of the month, editorials, poetry, college news and alumni news. This issue contains the following:

  • News of the Month
  • The Catholic Church the Mother of Our Liberties
  • Fads and Fashions as They Affect Our Lives
  • Reflections on Old Oxford
  • A Page in the Geological History of Massachusetts
  • Where Shall We Spend Our Summer?
  • Where Shall We Make Our Professional Studies?
  • Our Congratulations
  • Butter-Cup and the Dew Drop
  • Song to My Flute
  • Faith, Hope and Charity
  • Nostri Novem Optimi
  • By the Sea
  • The Notables of Ninety-Six
  • The Philomathic Debate
  • Athletics
  • Alumni Notes
  • Advertisements
  • Photographs of performance of Eutropius, Class of 1896, babseball team



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