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THE ANVIL CHQRUS
,LI-IE BLUE AND GOLD, desiring to settle once and for all those questions which
have been disturbing the minds of thoughtful cadets for some years, has resolved
on the following expedient, which to the unthinlcing may seem dogmatic, but
which in its own estimation is byfar the best way to settle such momentous prob-
lems. TI-IE BLUE AND GOLD has ever been of the opinion that the human race
has been far more benehtted by an incomplete oracular demonstration, but with
an unswerving loyalty to the truth, than by the most complete and interesting
document upon a,more minute inspection, but of questionable authenticity. Hence
it has spared no ,pains in collecting the true answers to the following queries:
VVHY DTD YoU COME ILTEREK
Virginia has made no' other provision for the disposal of her youthful crim-
So as to familiarize myself with the manifold duties of a chambermaid-
Being young and unused to the ways of the world, l read the catalogand
believed it.-Meggs. '
Because Staunton offered an exceptionally good field to him who was expert
in the art of making love.-Rice.
To learn to carry a sabre.-Paget.
To explain to the tactical staff and to theicorps how it was done at camp.
-Reed, H. L. A
I was under the impression that it was nice and warnrdown here.+Par-
y To get away from that everlasting plowing.-VValters, W. P. t
VVHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOST PLEASANT EXPERIENCE LLERE?
The times I have spent at home.-Kagey. ' B
Haven't had any.-Blackmore, L. I.
VVhen I dreamed that the mess hall was consumed 'in flames.-dStone.
Wlaen the forgot my nfteen hours beat one Saturday night.-Morrison.
Listening to! the call for reveille Qwith overcoatsj from the hospital.-Roly
ertson, W. A.
QI1: seems that there has been a scarcity of these.-Editorj
WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR Mosr UNl'LEASANT EXPEIQIENCE HEIQEF '
One day in Mili. Sci. when in map reading when Maj. Patch informed me
that I had been driving a wagon, train up a mountain torrent.-McLaughlin.”