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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ...one, Mr. H. A. Young, of Salem, as brave a fellow as I ever saw on a mountain side, would have made the ascent all the way had not the rest of our party urged him back on account of the extreme danger of the ice and rocks and the lateness of the hour. Mazamas only confer their highest degrees on the summits of the mountains. Vice-President Parsons presided at the regular meeting and at roll-call the following members responded: E. T. Parsons, F. C. Little, R. L. Glisan, L. E. Anderson, Alex. Bernstein, E. H. Loomis, Will G. Steel, M. C. George, F. A. Routledge, Frank D. Frazer, W. H. Dougan, C. C. Lewis, H. N. Cockerline, Prof. P. L. Campbell, A. P. McKinlev and T. O. Hutchinson. Others present were Miss Minerva Udell, Dr. W. A. Trimble, J. G. Crawford, Mrs. W. F. D. Mercer, Rev. W. L. Reed, Rev. O. A. Petty, E. L. McKinley, Geo. L. Batty, Edward Stewart, Mrs. Will G. Steel, Harry Cook, S. C. Spencer, R. B. Wilson, Miss Jennie E. Thompson, D. C. Freeman, E. C. Blackwood, H. A. Young, S. A. De Bord, R. R. Parrish, W. C. Riddle and O. Fling. Excellent order was maintained by the spectators, as there was fear that the Sergeant-at-Arms might pitch offenders down the mountain. In fact, I never saw a more orderly assemblage. It was voted that on days of an official trip, if it appeared, in the opinion of the club members present, extra hazardous to take a large party to the top of the pinnacle, its base should be accepted as the mountain summit for all purposes of membership for that trip. Now, having taken this Mazama crowd to the top, I shall leave them as they left me, to get down the best way they can. Nesika klatawa sahale. Alta nika chahco kopa nika house kopa nika ill ah e. Kopet cttltus wawa. W. G. STBEL, Historian The eighth annual outing of the Mazamas ...
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