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decent Additions to our College jClbrarg 551 MP 356. B. J. Cornel. . THE ART OF PUBLIC SPEAKING. 644 J 346. R J. Sherman. ADVENTURES OF A HUNTER. 363 K 71. M. A. Ladd. TREATISE ON THE FIST PERSON SINGULAR. 9685 DZ 7Q. L. W. Knowles. PRACTICAL BUMMING, or HOW TO BE A SPORT ON SMALL MEANS. 285 KS V46. R. N. Maxson. COMP ENDIUM OF BRIGHT AND WITTY SAYINGS. 83 GY 257. L. E. Wightman. FARTHEST UP. 41144 PDQ. C. C. Cross. THE MANY WAYS OF DOING IT. HOW TO PASS EXAMS. 6482 WKX 71. C. B. Morrison. THE PERFECTION OF THE ART OF BLUFFING.
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N is for Newton whose loss premature, With resignation we strive to endure. O — Owen, the depth of whose fascinations Far exceeds that of his recitations. P must be Pascoe, an infant in size, But whose mischief and impudence rise to the skies. Q is for Queer things, each class has its share, But the Preps can lead all the rest, for fair. R is for Reynolds whose somnolent tendency, On most occasions obtains the ascendency. 5 stands for Stillman and also for Steere, To whom Analytics is quite without fear. T is for Thompson, whom I won’t describe here, You can read about her in The Grist of last year. U is for Uncle who left his old lair, To pursue his agricultural study elsewhere. V is for Vineyard, that little collection, Whose charms the day students know to perfection. W — Wilson, Wilby, Wheeler, now whom Shall I choose, but, alas ! I’ve used up my room. X ams and Xcuses Xpose our slim knowledge Of the arts and the sciences taught in the college. Y is for yells whose importance is great In foot-ball games and all matters of state. Z is for Zero ; one is nothing alone, But two denote something whose worth is well known. 6 highly we prize it, don’t bhtme us we beg, For surely there’s naught like the double goose-egg. ' For different reasons, however.
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376 GFK. A. C. Scott, B. S. MONOPOLIES, THEIR BENEFITS AND ADVAN- MV 168. M. H. Tyler. THE CARE OF CHILDREN. 9851 ZW. A. E. Munroe. HOW TO WIGGLE CHAIRS. The following communications which the Grist Board has at different times received are here printed for the benefit of the reading public who will without doubt peruse them with great interest : Editors of The Grist, Dear Sirs : — I direct this letter to you, asking a favor which you cannot consistently deny one with such lofty pretensions as myself. I am, to tell the truth, not averse to notoriety, and would be pleased if you devote some space to the consideration of a few of my many achievements. Possibly you know of my deep knowledge of Chemistry, indeed I assure you that I have easily captured an A every term in that department. I have stood very prominently before the public this year in my capacity as Manager of the Athletic Association, where my success has been too well known to require mention. Probably you would feel favored at receiving some of my work for publication in your annual. If you have any correspondence with other schools perhaps I can help you, since I have friends in every college in the country. Yours sincerely, Clifford Brewster Morrison. We regretfully inform our readers that, owing to the egotistic character of his bombastic productions, we were obliged to refuse Mr. Morrison’s kind offer. However, we have been able to accommodate him in his search for notoriety.
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