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Page 81 text:
Motto : Not that we love tlie hash liouse less, but the feed up here more ! ! " Hell is empty, all the devils are here. " Browne. — " ' Tis straiige to me tliat one so thin can find the room to store it in. " Putnam. — " Give me Lena meat. " Howell. — " Always howlling for baldlieaded ])ie. " Barber. — " A mouth like a pirate. " Whittemore. — " The leader of our preying band. " Bement. — " Ye Gods ! 1 eat like a settled minister. " s!MK:,viaili e s » The Judge he frowned an awful frown, And snapped the sentence short ; " Braune, twitch the rope, an ' write this down : ' Hung for contempt of court ! " ' HIS JURY. D. H. Braune, C. Herms, C. W. Floyd, W. P. Mayo, J. H. Washburn. 63
Page 80 text:
■•■ i m NoL ' KSE. — " Sweetens his tea with smiles from the waiter. " Palmek. — Cheek for two. Leary. — " He has a lean and hungry look ; he thinks too much ; such men are dangerous. ' ' Barker. — " Barks for more. ' Phelps. — " Supes too much to growfat. " Hevia. — A Cuban fat is he, much mouth and a big bellce. MiisroTT. — " x mighty bulldog. " " W heeler. — ' " Eternal smiles his emptiness betray. " Cardoso. — " A mor die nella mente mi ragiona. " Clapp.— " From Hatfield. " Tekirian. — " Out-paramoured the Turk. " Felt. — " Whole hogsheads have gone down that abyss. " Leland. — " A beast so sagacious and very voracious, so un- commonly sharp and very rapacious. " Bagley. — " A lunatic could not chew this meat, and Fm not going to try it. " Bishop. — " What ' s in a name? A hog by any other name could eat as much. " LiNDSEY. — Button up your lip. Chadbournb. — Apple pie demolisher. Stone. — " The stillest hog eats all the swill. " Brooks. — " Loud like a drum, because of its emj)tiness. " Goldthwait. — " Go, shake your ears. " 63
Page 82 text:
1. Students are requested to combine for the I ' pose of ab- senting themselves from all exercises, and to violate all known regulations of the College. 2. The roll will not be called five minutes after the ringing of the bell, but as soon as the Prof, is ready to begin. 3. Excuse for absence from one or more exercises can be ob- tained by leaving your name, just before or after, with our mili- tary adjunct. 4. An excuse, provided you have been in the Freshman Class one year, for absence for the remaining years, can be obtained from the Faculty on any provocation whatsoever. It will be given in the form of a certificate. 5. Unexcused absences are encouraged by the Faculty, who are enthusiastic over the idea of filling out the above-named certificates. 6. Students are requested (?) to attend service in the chapel Sunday mornings. The North Amherst church will not be considered an equivalent. 7. Military drill will be kept u p with increasing animation by our Military Adjunct, who, having nothing to do in the A. M., feels it his duty to bestir himself every P. M. (Sundays excepted). A diploma will be given for a certain amount of shekels, one hundred per cent. (100 fo) profit to the donor (don ' t give it away), enabling you to command a detachment in the Second Artillery, U. S. A., and also to be Professor of Military Science and Tactics in the Texas State Agricultural College. 8. No student who feels indisposed, or is in the least disabled, will be allowed to attend Class work. 0. When High School girls pass the College, students are requested to recognize the, fact in the loudest manner possible, but at all times to conduct themselves with propriety. Attest : House by the Stream, and Mak oj? the Bridge, 64
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