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MARRIAGES, Charles. — " Ah, dearest Anna of your love Fm dying, and at your feet I lie. " Anna. — ' I see you are lying. " Richard B. Grover ( ' 73), May 8th, 1SS9, to Eva I. Broughton, at Jamaica Plains, Mass. Edward P. Candler ( ' 74), June 17th, 1SS9, to Louisa E. F. Hilger, at Helena, Montana. Winthrop E. Stone ( ' 82), June 2-4th, 1889, to Victoria Heitmiiller, at Knox- ville, Tenn. O Dr. Luciano Jos de Almeida ( ' 85), e D. Maria Ophelia Nogueira Ramos de Almeida participam seu casamento. Sananal de S. Paulo, 27-6-1889. Richard F. Duncan ( ' 86), June 5th, 1889, to Jessie Collier, at Albanj , N. Y. William H. Caldwell ( ' 87), December 25th, 1888, to Jessie A. Rice, at North Hadley, Mass. Frank B. Carpenter ( ' 87), October 24th, 1889, to Elizabeth G. Kirkland, at Amherst, Mass. Frederick K. Brooks ( ' 88), June 4th, 1889, to Abbie I. Nelson, at Kingston, N. H. 80)
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THE iNDfiX. ' i ' 9 Prex to Freshman class, who are setting off matches. — " Come! come! some of you will smell sulphur soon enough without doing that. G--clr-eh. — " Say, 1 don ' t see what molecules have to do with chemistry. I thought that molecules were those little bugs you see under the micro- scope. " P-ge to Prof. W-l-er. — " If you expect to catch that man you better watch somebody besides me all the time. " Prof. W. — " I haven ' t been watching you all the time. " P-ge.— " Oh! come off! " Settees. — The Freshmen wondered why the Faculty re-arranged the seats in Chapel one morning. Prof. F. — " Describe the Ctenophora. " Student. — " The male is pinkish and the female transparent. " Prof. F. — " I suspect you get that idea fiom the genus Homo. " J. W-st. — " What kind of a Christian are you ? " Stowe just after inspection. — " Where is your general order ? " R-g-r. — " Oh! kicking around somewhere. " Stowe. — " You must put it up. " Prof. M. — " There are races of men. " Perry. — " Yes, and races of monkeys. " Prof. L, to C. T-ng,— " Some people have the gift of gab. " Senior on drill to Freshman. — " Keep your fingers closed and your mouth ditto. " Lieut. C. to B-l-us. — " How do you gentlemen happen to be off this hour. " B-l-us, who doesn ' t know him. — " Got a bolt on the Lieut. " B n, clearing up the botanical library after the Freshmen have been study- ing structural botany. — " Professor, there is a microscope and a razor missing. " Prof. S. — " Well, perhaps some Freshman thinks he is getting big enough to shave. " Oh why does the poet rave, And why does he tear his hair. And why do the poet ' s eyes protrude With a wild and unearthly stare ? Oh, why does he gasp for breath, And vrhy does he act so queer ? He isn ' t crazy, or even boozy, But he ' s trying to find an idea.
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DIARY. 1888. Thanksgiving vacation commences. Dec. 14. Pall Term ends with great rejoicing. 1889. Jan. 3. Winter Term begins. 5. Mac. breaks through the ice. 7. ' 92 bolts on Brooks. 10. G-ame of base-ball on campus. 10. Prof. Warner institutes a reform. 16. Drill on campus. 21. 7.30 P. M., singing school begins, with sixty -two present. 23. Prof. Brooks appears with a clip on his hair. 27. Castro looking for his pie. Feb. 1. ' 91 bolts on Prof. Warner. 5. Prof. Brooks explains his plan of experiments, to the great disgust of ' 91. Mar. 1. Stacking rooms once more becomes popular. 5. ' 90 has another female addition to their class. 7. Mock trial in W. I. L. S. Verdict of jury: " Prisoner guilty for not killing plaintiff, who was Hon. A. N. Stowe, ' 90. " 8. Taft forces the season with a straw hat. 9. Prof. Lane preaches in chapel. 18. ' 91 and ' 92 bolt on Prof. Wellington. 22. Winter Term closes. Apr. 2. Spring Term begins. 3. Prof. Fernald takes ' 89, studying geology, to cellar of his new insec- tory to show layers of strata as deposited by water, which Mr. North finds to be composed of concrete, tin cans, etc. 11 (81)
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