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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
Page 86 text:
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 88 text:
.. = QRINIIINQ5. GoLDTHWAiT. — " He hugs up closer than an old woman on a sus- pension bridge. " Phelps. — Oh wearisome condition of humanity! Browne. — ' 85 ' s Freshman. Fid. — He has mastered the science of bad smells. Leary. — " Esthetic bard, of truth the magnifier, " Once esteemed by those who knew him. He would look you in the eye, Now too many friends he ' s bitten, And he ' 11 snake-like pass you by. ShOnny Hossy. — " I cannot tell what the dickens his name is. " ToLisiAN. — If thou anything wouldst know. In the earth, sky, water, air. Town or city, hill or plain. Field or forest, — anywhere, Go to him ; he ' 11 tell it thee. Johnson. — " One Pinch, a hungry, lean-faced villain, — a mere anatomy. " NoYES. — His mother says, " Call him Frankie. " Pardie Allen. — " A hard case. " (Prof. Stock.) Paine. — (Lieut.) " Mr. Paine, what com23oses the axle ? " (Mr. P.) " Linch-jiin and washer, sir. Doc. GoESSY. — " You go down der street, you see a leetle yaller house mit der garten. Dot ' s mine. " 76
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