University of Vermont - Ariel Yearbook (Burlington, VT)

 - Class of 1921

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U i gf, I Q03 , fi 5000 Qi. Ll or ' Sm Q Qinursezcirahhers Emp Sunday Ctwo Weeks after ithe opening of collegej-VVient to church this morn- ing. After chu-rch read 500 pages of Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations." This is not requiired but I'm sure it will aid me greatly in "Groatism." Barker phoned after dinner. He has his lesson-s fully prepared for Tihursday. Shucksl I've only got mine pirepiasred as far as Tuesday. Had a very light supper. Mother is Worried about my nerves, thinking I am overstudying. Ohl if I could but make her under- stand-she's bound to spoil my pleasure. Studied later than usual but finally tucked in my little 'covers at 9 o'clock. I managed to smuggle a book to bed and Nloither nearly caught me when Sh-e brought in my bread and milk. llly conscience is troubled with those horrible mid-y-ears which are only flour months away. Monday-Arose at 6 o'clock after a very restless night, anxious to be once again with my professors. just think of iitl-I hiavenlt seen them sinoe Siaturdiayl I Wias grossly insulted this morning When Prof. Groat missed his class. Drairn itl I had my lessons so well committed to memory, and I always laugh at his jokes, too. Arn very upset over my grade in Argumentttion. It is only B+ and what if I should ever Hunk. Horrovrsl This must bei kept a secret. However, next week the student body goes to Norwich. Heire's Where "Daddies" ray of hope slips one over on Barker for the is ill -and Won't be able to go to this class. That means I'll be the only boy present. Joy of joysl Took my daily napxthis afternoon. Studied later, forgetting all about my supper. Prof. Groat is lecturing at the High School to-night on "Salesmanship." I'd give anyfthing to go. But sinice Bob 0-tt and his Wicked girls are in town lVIothe1' refuses to give her consent. She says one of them might become iinlfaltfuiated Wiifth me and 'then she would lose forever her darling Edgar. Considering the proximity of she High School to the Strong Theatre I have Come 315 H nl: HQ

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Elll OID to the conclusion th-at she is right. Tlhen again, the night air is bad for young folks. Howlever, my time was spenst profitably memorizing Saturdayls lessons. Cried my- self to sleep as lVIofther had no sugar for my bread and milk. Tuesday.-Overslept this morning, not releasing myself from the farms of Mor- pheus uncil 6:15. But I had my last long look at my books before attending class, sacrificing my breakfast. Barker and Bowman were absent from Government class this morning. I wonder if fthey used this time for study. Only had 16 clean pages left in my notebook so was uiniable to take down only 26 of Judge hIow'er's lecture. To- day's lesson in Ainithropology was extnemely difficult so I accepted fthe only alterna- tive and 'committed to memory the whole 71 pages. Quite a task-but 'then the old ad-age says, "Anything that is worth doing at all, is worth doing vuellf, Studied in th-e library all afternoon with Nelson. Heard various remarks by some of the boys concerning "alcove" and Umoviel' courses but I am sure they wer-e not included in my curriculum. Therefore, they are of no interest to me wih-atsoever, because "Philosophy is the Guide of Life." Nelson left at 5 but his departure only urged me on in my craving for knowledge. I had just completed the 4-th volume of Profes- sor Zachery Hiram Demosthenies' survey of Auto-Teleology when the harsh and unsympathetic janitor informed me that it wias closing hour and ordered me out. I intend to bring this matter before the Faculty-Student Council and seek a remission of my tuition. Got home late for supper. lVIother was furious, making me stand in the corner of my bedroom for yi hour. However, the time passed swiftly and pleasantly for I had my Government notes in my pockets. Ate supper and retired to the seclusion of my room. lldy curiosity overcame my yearning for knowledge and I deviated from my only joy in life to read the 'fljolice Gazette." VVhat horrible pictures!! Like the man I am, I burned 'ilt after glancing at the first two pages and now am fully convinced that "Philosophy is -the G-uide of Life." Studied the rest o-f the evening, retiring at 9:30 o'clock with a week from Wednesdayls lessons all memorized. Wednesday.-Wias dressed by 6:50 and ready to go up to classes. It was rain- in-g in torrents so Mother insisted on my wearing my new rubber boots that were given me for my birthday. I hated to for I knew that the rain would spoil the shine of the new rubber. Took 4 umbrellas up to classes in case 'any of my professors needed them. They didn't, but those to whom I spoke appreciated it muchly, espe- cially Mr. Andrews, and I'm glad of ilt siince my gra-de in Argumentation is Sitill only B-I-. As usual, I knew my lesson by heart but the boys ridiculed me some more. However, I'm broad-minded enough not to be bothered because it :is only "sour grapes" on their part. Three were absent from classes all morning. My! but I can't possibly conceive how college students wilfully 'absent themselves from even one recifcation. Barker and I are just the opposite--we love hooks ,and all things 316 ei '15

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