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GoESSMANN — " I am Sir Oracle. " Gav — " How various his employments, whom the world calls idle. " ' Ntnetv-thref. — " These things, we know, are neither rich nor dear, But wonder how in the world they got here. " HmvARi), ' gi — " To hear him you ' d believe an ass was practising recitative. " Eames — " ' What shall I say? I know not. ' As he knew not what to say, he swore. " Juiixsox — " Accuse not Nature, she hath done her part. Do thou but thine. " Park — " I left my character behind me. " FREStr.MEN — " Alas! they were so young, so beautiful. So lovely, loving, helpless. " Felt — " The words of his mouth are smoother than butter. " Pemker — " Then he will talk; great gods, how he will talk! " Green, F. L. — " A little learning is a dangerous thing. " Hri.i. — " I saw her at a country ball; She was our queen, our rose, our star; And then she danced — oh heavens, her dancing! " Hawks — " Virtue is like a rich stone, best plain set. " Horner — " Oh, what may man within him hide. Though angel on the outward side. " Di ' FFiELn — " They always talk who never think. " Rannkv — " Are not great men the models of nations? " Walker, C. A. — " A chip of the old block. " Magill — " There are braying men in this world as well as braying asses. " Smeai) — " His very foot has music in it. " Davis, 94 — " Another little private Mustered in The army of temptation And of sin. " B, KER — " I had rather be a dog and bay the moon, than such a (Ro)man. " White — " The offspring of the gods, tho ' born on earth. " Wells — ' ' He was a man of unbounded stomach. " GooDELL — " Body in one place, mind in another. " BovNTON — " His modest, bashful nature, and pure innocence. " Smith, L. W. — " Often the cock-loft is empty in those whom Nature has built many stories high. " Learnki) — " He is never-ending; words, phrases overflow, are heaped up, overlap each other, and flow on, carrying the hearer along, deafened, stunned, half-drowned, unable to touch ground in the deluge. " 50
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|?1ib or Miss. ' Poiniini at tliosc faults of tiduc wJiicli are notorious. Deuel — " Just at that age, twixt boy and youth. " Brown, ' 91 — " Like blushing maid, or blooming posy. " Beals — - " I am 3 man more sinned against than sinning. " Index Board — " ' Tis such a very serious thing To be a funny man. " Streeter — " As short and dark as a mid-winter day. " Lym. n — " The Greeks could not conceive of anything being said without reason. " " They never heard me talk. " Plumb — " The enticing smile; the modest seeming eyes. " Perry — " Beautiful as sweet, and young as beautiful. " Sullivan — " A gentle, gracious boy, Full of all gentleness, of calmest hope, Of sweet and quiet joy. " Toole — " An amusing cuss; distinguished athlete, and coacher for college foot ball; great kicker; born, 1879; has hard work to drag his carcass aft er him. " Rogers — " I teach my lip its sweetest smile. My tongue its softest tone " (K)night — " You must wake and call me early. " Prof. Fernald — " Let no one believe it because I say it, but he that flisbelieveth is an heretic. " West— " Wiser in his own conceit than seven men that can render a reason. " Staples — " Lord! what a beard thou hast got. " Wells — " Tough, tough is L. E.; tough and de — lish sly. " Kirkland — " Alas! alas! how this college is given to wii-kedness. " Smith, F. A. — " And thou art long and lank and brown, As is the ribbed sea-sand. " Lab(Tratory — " I counted two and seventy- stenches, All well defined, and several stinks. " 411
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