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m ' HE rolling; round of one short year has placed us in the long envied posi- ji tion of Sophomores, and we can feel that we may merit some advance- 6 a rnent by our steady and careful application to our work. We feel that four time has been well spent, even if only in learning to study, for still $ there lies before us three years of work and pleasure. The careless spirit of the Freshman lies dead within us, while from its ashes rises a powerful deter- mination to push on until we shall reach as high a standard of mental and phys- ical development as may be possible for us. . We regret the changing of old customs by the extremely fresh methods adopted this year in consequence of the fear of the Freshies to do as their prede- cessors have always done. There is certainly no excitement like the old " Rush. " Possibly they thought a cane rush would do just as well, and if so we hope they are satisfied ; for though they may have possession of a cane as the result of the rush, they have nothing to show of their own getting. We are glad however to see Freshmen taking a lively interest in college questions of vital importance, as cold baths at midnight, and the Future Punishment question. For our class, this year has been a lucky one. Although some were unable to come back, enough more have entered to nearly double last year ' s number. We are all drawn closer together by our comparatively few numbers, and have many glad anticipations of another year together — jollier and busier even than the last. c. 18
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mammm our " originals " will appear and astonish the Freshmen next term. No doubt they will astonish the Freshmen, but they need no forerunner, they will speak for themselves, and the wisdom and truth which every line will replete in, will make itself manifest in years to come, and when by chance some stray manu- script is dug out of an old garret, it will be seen to refer directly to the truths expounded in eighty-five ' s originals. B. 17
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