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®(g w (s rwdVo f® jEPTENIBEp. " The forest, dressed witli crimson crest, In pride and splendor to vie With golden gleams and ruby heams, Upon the gorgeous sunset sky. " September 2. Examinations for admission. ' 3. Fall term begins. Harvey puts the Freshmen to bed at nine o ' clock. ' 4. Fletcher inquires, " How long before the iNDiiX comes out? " ' II. ' 92 buds peach trees. ' 12. ' 93 and ' 94 rush, coming out of chapel; victors, Profs. W-n-r and M-lls. ' 15. ' 93 and ' 94 rush. ' 18. Holiday, to attend Hampshire County Fair. ' 19. Y. M. C. A. reception to the Freshman class at Dr. Walker ' s. ' 20. Sammie watches grapes. ' 23. Sophomores have a " field day. " ' 94 steals a march on them in the evening. ' 26. Harvey died. ' 27. Foot-ball; Trinity vs. Aggie; 30 to o. ' 28. Funeral of David P. Harvey at his home in Tinvnsend Harbor. 97
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That went with colors flying And music playing loud. For " Wanderer ' s Home " they headed, On " Cannon Avenue, " Where shelter could be had quite cheap With Aggie full in view. Back to his room Stowe thought to go For what he ' d left behind him. But " Tabby " stood with furtive eye And of trespass, did remind him. Williams and Gay might stay, they said, And see that all was right About the old North College, And lock the doors at night. But this kind (?) ofifer was declined, A watchman the} ' must hire. Insurance true must be kept up. So they jumped in the fire And got their fingers badly burned At the rate of two dollars a day; So really in the end ' twas proved Such scheming did not pay. And so they let the boys come back A week before their brothers. And Alma mater since has proved One of the best of mothers. And when the Aggie foot-ball team Beat Springfields in October, And home returning from the game — I tell the truth most sober. The old Napoleon guns were fired Each rickety twelve-pounder. And ne ' er on Aggie ' s grounds was heard A greeting that was rounder: ' Twas eighteen shots the guns belched forth. Each one a little louder; But what made victory more complete, Lieutenant furnished powder. [Found under the temple stairs in west entrance, in- a miscellaneous contribution from Wratz ' s waste basket.] 96
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