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94 THK INDEX. Which curves like a horse shoe along the wall. Supported by pillars of porphyry. To this gallery, up the second stair, All ardent and eager, he almost bounds, But scarce has he reached the gallery ' s height. When he hears of feet the pattering sounds. He hears a bang of an opening door And a noise like students from class let out. When through a door way they madly pour And break for out doors with rush and shout. Nearer and nearer the noise seems to come. The editor sees a door opened wide. And into the gallery there is poured A boisterous and most motley tide. There were blow pipes, blast lamps, note books and pens. Books, of all sizes, of studious lore. Each formed like a biped, with legs and arms, And each a long gown and a " trencher " wore. The editor counted full thirty-five, When a door behind him wide open flew ; And toward the stairway, with clangor and shout, There is thronging a still more motley crew. Hei ' e were base-balls, foot-balls, racquets and bats, " Clubs ' ' and " bells, " padded gloves, a plug hat and cane, A skeleton, coffin, and strange to say, A reverend goat with a tangled mane. The first group the student would hail as foes; The second he holds proverbiably dear, And as toward the stairway both columns spring, Our hero perceives that a rush is near. The party fii ' st out gains the stair case first. Brief triumph ! upon them eager for fray Quick spring the others, and forward and back, As each side receives additions, they sway. By a foot- ball a Rhetoric is knocked down, The blowpipe is slugged by a boxing glove stout; The former squawks as he falls with a clatter. " Mr. , I wish you would please go out. " Louder the racket! Fiercer the trampling! When — Crash, the gallery falls with a shock; And the editor — wakes up at his table, As the First Church bell tolls one o ' clock. i
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Amateur Detective Work, UR special reporter by listening at key holes with tireless patience, and by unwearied labor with the jimmy, pick-lock and dai-k lantern has at last unearthed the following resolutions from the college archives. However, it will not be a surprise to most of our readers, as all must have long since sus- pected that a record of some such proceedings must be extant: On this th day of ISS— , A. D. Whereas, We, the Faculty of the Mass. Ag ' l College, do consider it our privi- lege and duty to intei-iere as much as possible with the private affairs of the students, and especially by means of tyri-anical rules and regulations concern- ing minor matters, and Whereas, We consider that the military department is a most fitting and convenient vehicle for this species of meddlesomeness, Be it Resolved, That Lieut. Cornish be instructed to do all in his power to carry out the spirit of the foregoing preamble. And be it further Resolved, That in pursuance of these instructions he shall be as ofHcious and obtrusive as possible. On the th day of 1S8— , A. D. We, the Faculty of the Mass. Ag ' l College do extend our hearty congratula- tions to Lieut. Cornish for his faithful carrying out of the instructions given him on the th day of 188 — , A. D., and do herewith request him to con- tinue the same course indefinitely. 96)
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