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Bliss H. C. — " Tongue, nor heart, cannot conceive, or name thee. " Caldwell. — " But not by the ' Doctor. ' " Prof. W — n. — " Beware the fury of a patient man. " (Intellect at foot-ball game) : " Oh, Gee, the referee gave them almost a foot. " CoLCORD. — " I cannot hide what I am. " Clapp. — " If thou would ' st view fair Montague aright. Go visit it by the pale moonlight. " Prof. T — r — n. — ' • Mr. Torelly, how many kinds of muscle are there ? " Mr. T. — - " More than five hundred. " Lieut. V. H. B.— " I wouldn ' t stand there, Mr. Watson, you ' ll spoil the whole military aspect of the picture. " (Freshman looking at Thermometer House) : " What ' s that out there in the lot, Allen ? " Allen. — " Oh, that ' s a cupola; going to ask next year for an appropriation to put a barn under it. " Prof. Sammy. — (At blackboard): " I can push a wheelbarrow but I don ' t know as I can draw one. " FiSHERDiCK. — (Reading poster announcing C. D. Warner ' s lec- ture at Amherst College) : " I say, fellows, let ' s go down and hear Prof. Warner lecture to-night. I have heard he has written sev- eral articles for the magazines and uses fine language. " D. F. R.— " Pride goeth before a fall. " Sellew. — " A raw, young and inexperienced boy. " CoPELAND. — " Loud like a drum becaiise of his emptiness. " OsTERHOUT. — " For none more likes to hear himself converse. " 71
Page 82 text:
• t Burns.4 v ; ' Conceal t oursel as iveeVs e ciui Frae critirat dissection. ' ' M r iN. — " So wise, so youiiu ' . tlicv say do iic ' ri- r loiio. " Hkown. — " His verv foot has imisif in it As lu ' comes up tlic stairs. " |) ii.i.. — •• ' I ' iie loud laiiii ' h lliat spraks the ar:nil mind. " l- " i,i,i. — •• lie is a man of nidioinidcd stomach. " i ' i;i;-. (i. — ■ ' • Resolved to luin or ndc " ' . ri iii. N. — •• Foi " e ' eu thon;j,li :ini|nislicd he couUl arj;uc still. " Siinii.i;. — •- Lcnime loose, I can play iiall long a ' ready. " [• ' i-iii;i;i)HK. — if In- could onlv •• iTUicmlu ' i- what he said lirrnic without fol ' iictlin ' it, ' what a man he would he. WiiiTK. — (. f foot-liall iramc) : •• You ni ' c(ln " l IniLi r. I ' m not a iiirl. " I ' nai ' 1 ' . — " .V little lad. and liuislinn- with evei-iuereasin j, ' con- ei ' it. " I ' ltor. T — i;.— ' • llf tniducd aloi|._;. unknowing: ' what he souiihl. Ami whistle(| a.s he went for want of lliouuhl. " " Ci.AKKK. — (Ucadiuj a novel) : " 1 wish 1 could et more timi ' for Ktiidy. foot-lcill takes all mv timr. " iloWK. — " Why do they think nif siieli a milky lioy? " I ' ki-.s. ( ' • . — ' " A moiiairh ' s errors are I ' orhiddin ' ame. " W ATsoN. — •• His le; s liestrid the ocean. " 711
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Qbt istmas Qifts. Mi-.KiiAN. — I ' Iriity of fi ' csli ;iir. Kn.m ' I ' . — A little wisiloiii. (td-i t i;i). — A liox of s:ilt. ( M.hWI.I.I.. A new note liook. l ' .i; i)K . — A new soiiii liodk. ( )-i 1 iiiiiir r. — A razor. M Ai; ii Ai.i.. — A liox of iiialclics. Dol.K. — A clfMii collar. WlHTK. — A new |t( ' t iiaiiic. ( " aki ' KNTKI:, ' NC. — Soli oa]i ami aiHl. .M A rilKMA I l l, Ivoo I. — Sonic heat . Duncan. — A mc.-s.sciiLrcr liov to I ' .ciincllV store. Fklt. — A new military ca|i. CuA.sK. — An idea. Duncan. — . n car I ' oi music. ( AKi ' i.N ri;i;. ' si ' ,. — An arLjMmcnt. liooM l. " .L — , siirn of llirce halls. loui.i.i. . A rocIvinLi-liorsc. Maihin. — Some anli-fal. ♦owliiK to an iiiiiiviililalilc li ' lay r«ii»t ' il by coiitniry wIikIh and wcallifr, Sjintji CImhh wax iiiialili ' til ll»trlliiiU- IiIh icStln (, ' lirlMtinaH v v, liiil lailly mcIxch ii|iiiii tin iircHciit •i|i|Miniiiiiiy to ilfllviT till-Ill. I KuriMitH.
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