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F. B. in Latin tVergilJ: The man inclined upon the bench.
B. P.: Yes, I had an eventual vacation.
F. L.: YVho wrote Dante, anyway?
H. B.: I wouldn't ask a man to come to this dance 'way from Yale?
lllll asking one from VVesleyan.
M. C. fin Latinlz People talk about " The Rosary " being slushy.
They ought to read the Aeneid.
M. P.: XVhy does E. Brigham like this season ? It's lent.
C. A. fat tablejt No, we didn't have a demi-tasse, we had coffee.
Miss l'IONVEY fhearing voices, accompanied by laughter, in study
hourjz " Is there someone here now who should not be? 'i
M. YV.: " No. I was reciting Latin verbs to my room-mate."
Miss HowEY: " Oh, I thought it was a foreign tonguef'
Miss C. fin English classlz "VVhat docs aesthetic mean? "
E. B.: " A queer kind of dancing?
M. B-R. Con night of the ghost partyj: " Yes, I suppose we will
have to drape ourselves ruthlessly."
O. S. T0 E. B.: XVhere have you been, Elizabeth?
E. B.: To a prom at Colgate.
O. S.: Oh, where they make the tooth-paste?
F.xCl'1.TY tto girl who has been speaking of the dance-J: Did you
say Frances Sheldon had asked four men to this dance!