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Tekirian. — " I ' m a gatherer and disposer of other men ' s stnffs. " Whittemore. — " Comb down his hair ; look! look! it s,tands upright. " BuFFiNGTON. — " When found, make note of. " Barber. — " I am a man more sinned against than sinning. " Brooks. — " The moon looks down on many brooks, but the moon can see but one Brooks like this. " Putnam. — " This honest creature doubtless sees and knows more, much more, than he unfolds. " Barker. — " If thy head were like thy feet, thou would ' st indeed be great. " Clapp. — " A fossilized Freshman. " CoPELAND. — " The blowing of a whale, that science tells about, is nothing to the blowing when this Fresh-man comes out. " „ ' " Would that you and I knew where a commodity r of good names were to be bought. " Lang.— ) " = DouCET. — " So new, the dust sticks to you. " Eaton.— " ' Art thou a man ? " rV T T T T — ) o ' r " Chipped from the pavements of h-11. " Bill. — " Nature hath framed strange fellows in her time. " Taylor — " Two for cent. " Palmer. — " Who thinks too little and talks too much. " Bement. — " There ' s music in the air when the infant John is nigh. " W. S. Smith. — " He was as fresh as the month of May. " Kinney. — " Company, villainous company, hath been the ruin of me. " Nash. — " A drop in the bucket. " Cardoso. — " Much interested in the North Amherst Kora(n). Jaqueth. — " I sing bass only. " V. H. B. — " As headstrong as an allegory on the banks of the Nile. " ' 83. — " An empty, thoughtless tribe. " Past,Members of ' 84. — " Gone glimmering thro ' the dream of things that were. " ' 85. — " A I ' eckless, godless crew. " ' 86. — " And the boldest of them grew pale with wonder. " Faculty. — " They that govern most make least noise. " 66
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' Sifiis lB ? " ' Tis true ' tis pity ; pity ' tis ' tis ti ' ue. " Bishop. — " I ' ll cavil on the ninth part of a hair. " Bagley. — " Full many a lady I have eyed with fond regard. " Beaune. — " He other cares, in other climes, engage. " Hevia. — " My only books were women ' s looks, and folly is all they taught me. " HoLMAN. — " A line ; he has length, but no thickness. " LiNDSEY. — " Hear ye yon lion roaring in his den ? ' Tis three weeks since he trimmed his shaggy locks. " N-OURSE. — " Too much gravity argues a shallow mind. " Preston " . — " I ' m not on the roll of common men. " Wheeler. — " I ' m a sage, andean command the elements — at least I think I can. " MiNOTT. — " that I had been writ down an ass ! " Almeida. — " Would that I were as wise as I am lazy ! " Alletst. — " Go soak thy head in a keg of nails, thou lily- livered boy. " . Browne. — " You may have my pink stockings, but not my heart. " Cutter. — " A sadder and a wiser man he rose the morrow morn. " Chadbourne. — " I will a round, unvarnished tale deliver " (of Exeter). GoLDTHWAiT. — " Trust not him who seems to be a saint. " Howell. — " ' Tis amazing to see how quickly he strikes into the scent of a lady ' s handkerchief. " Leary. — " Le silence est I ' esprit de sots. " Phelps. — " Would he knew as much as he thinks he does ! " Spaulding. — " The worst is not, so long as we can say, ' This is the worst. ' " 65
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immiimii - ' m mmMmmm Number of men entered, Number in class at present, Candidates for B. S., Candidates for Military Diploma, Total (on graduation) age, Average (on graduation) age, Oldest man in class, Youngest man in class. Total weight of class, Average weight of class. Heaviest man in class. Lightest man in class, Total height, Average height. Tallest man, Shortest man, Largest foot, Smallest foot, Three wear mustaches 14. lOi. 0. 9. 209 years. 21. 23. 19. 1451 lbs. 145 1-10 lbs. 160 lbs. 123i lbs. 59 ft. 5-9i. S. M. Holman, 6 ft. 1 in. D. H. Braune, 5 ft. 6 in. J. B. Lindsey, Cinderalla No. 13. C. H. Preston, No. 4. Two wear side whiskers. Three wear peach fuzz. One on account of the promiscuousness of his pro- bocis, and the consequent amount of shade around that same organ, renders it impossible to grow but eight hairs on one side and three on the other. One wears glasses. The rest are color blind. Two have light hair. Four have dark hair. The re- mainder use so much hair die that it is impossible to tell the natural color. One is bald headed. Eight are Republicans. Two are Democrats. All are members of the Bar(room). Democrats all drink red eye. Republicans drink anything. One is engaged. None are married. All are lunatics and poets. 67
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