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The Williams Record

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...iiXfl* 56fforoj VOL. XXI WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS., MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1907 NO. 1 THE HATCHET BURIED Conclusion of Hostilities Be- tween the Classes of 1909 ... ...AMSTOWN, MASS., MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1907 NO. 1 THE HATCHET BURIED Conclusion of Hostilities Be- tween the Classes of 1909 and 1910 End of the March J7th... ...Northrop Clarey '07, of Great Barrington made the opening address. "Fellow students: members of the faculty, hiding behind the trees; fair sisters of ... ...larey '07, of Great Barrington made the opening address. "Fellow students: members of the faculty, hiding behind the trees; fair sisters of North Adam... ...9 lot. Sayre prepared for school at the Hill school and at Lawrenoe- ville academy. He spent two years in W^yoming and Montana after graduation. Sayre... ...n Lady ]Mary proves untrue. Finally his royal identity is disclosed hy the French ambassador,and as LouisPlnlippe, I he leaves his unfaithful fiancee,... ...was large and appreciated the situa- tions, as well as the local hits. Im- mediately before the ourtain rose, Pevear '07 sang " So viel Stern ' am Him... ...r business meeting of the Lyceum. All students interested in the nat- ural sciences are requested to at- tend this meeting. Thompson CourseEntertainme...

...The longest running independent newspaper at Williams is the Williams Record, a weekly broadsheet paper published on Wednesdays. The newspaper was founded in 1885, and now has a weekly circulation of 3,000 copies distributed ...

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