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i DUERTINIANS. ♦ - Vheeler. — A dapper Post-graduate youngster, Was such an inveterate punster, That when asked to take tea. He said, " Why not take D ? " This inveterate Post-graduate youngster. LiNDSEY. — " Fills up his silo with ' hey? ' " " Tweedle-de-dee! " GoLDTHWAiT. — (This red necktie means So. Hadley.) " Onions? " " No, thank you!! " Phelps. — " By my faith, I think he would consume a bullock at a meal. " Tekieian. — ' " Int?ependent ' as a pig on ice. " Marsh. — A long and sober-faced devil, but oh, how he can eat ! FoWLBK. — A bird of prey; has to turn his head sidewise to see his plate. Brown. — A first premium Essex bore. Howe. — Grub becomes minus. RiDEOUT. — Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace, is counted 74
Page 85 text:
s - ( te •2 . . HEN WARE ' S HOTEL. - = ' e - -s S£ IfilPiM ill , I ' tiOlpftvo ' " si Q. = - Flint. — Hash-house feed is not his greatest enticement. Taylor. — Sits with the Freshmen. " Birds of a feather — " Caldwell. — The butter is rank, but ranker far his puns. Browist (Chinners). — Like a bird, he casts his eyes toward heaven after every swallow. Barrett.— Chapin. — ■ Marshall.- On one meal a day they survive, but, oh, what a meal is that one! OsTERHOUT. — An encyclopedia on wheels, — gets his axle grease at the hash house. Shaughnesst. — Eats all that is set before him, and more than half of what is not. Tolman. — His jaws work automatically, and when swill goeth not in, his gas surely comes out. ToRRELLT. — A Brazilian gormandizer. Foster. — " Ma says I must not eat hot biscuit. " Knapp. — Too fresh to roast. Watson. — Give him a sugar-tit. Shimmy. — Fits the new waiter. Parker. — " Veal — half-cooked, and no salt on it. " Ateshian. — H2 S 4 Garlic -f- Cabbage -f Ottar of Roses = the Turk. 73
Page 87 text:
KELLDBDIANB. HowBLL. — " Hell has ope ' d his ponderous and marble jaws to cast thee up again. " Beowke. — His soul is small, his mouth is great, His appetite ' s insatiate. Sanbor ' . — Trying to make up for lost time. Allen. — He takes too much " cold stew " between meals. DuTsrcAisr. — Eats calves ' head and pluck. Long, — Oh where ' s my little high chair? Paine. — " Please, Mrs. Kellogg, may I have some menu f " Cutler. — His baby voice is often heard — In tones as sweet as a bkie jay bird. Dole. — This Freshman Harpy defiles everything he cannot eat. Richardson. — A fool — a motley fool. Ayee. — Last and most " shipperyy 75
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