University of Massachusetts Amherst - Index Yearbook (Amherst, MA)

 - Class of 1892

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Prof. Fernald to ' 92 — " If you are troubled with insomnia just recite this lecture over. I am sure 3 ' ou will sleep. " Prof. Brooks to Lyman — " Mr. Lyman, I wish you would ask sensible questions as far as you are able. " Prof. Warner — " In 12,000 years, we shall have another polar star; I doubt if any of us live to see it. " Crane, coaching on ist base at Trinity — " Line her out over the drill hall now! " Prof. Brooks — " I have seen in Japan, men, women and children with their pants rolled up catching fish! " {Laughter). Prof. B — " Perhaps you did not know that the women in Japan wear pants! " Claude Walker to Drum Corps, practicing back of North College — " Please move around to the other side, father is writing his sermon. " Subject of next sermon,. Courtesy. Jem Gregory — " What did Dr. Walker preach about to-day? " B. Fletcher — " About an hour and a half. " Magill, reciting in Physiology — " Woman [wormian] bones occur in some subjects. " Prof. F — " You should not mix the sexes. " Prof. Sammy — " What is the scientific name of the bean? " Goodrich — " I don ' t know. " Prof. S — " What, don ' t you know beans? " Prof. Brooks — " What does the word legume signify? " Lage — ' " Peas and beans. " Prof. Fernald to ' 92 — " I have been happily disappointed in this class. You came with a bad reputation. " Prof. Maynard — " A barbed wire fence is a barbarous thing. " Horner, on a trip to Burlington, sees a lot of beehives; thinks it is a graveyard. DuFFiELD — " What kind of a leaf does a maiden tree have? " Dr. Walker — " Some men, after committing mora! suicide, have rope enough left to hang themselves. " Crane — " Give that calf more rope. " Dr. W — " What is that Mr. Crane? " [ Apphntse. ' ] Lieut. Htll — " You should move on a circle one-half the diameter of the company. " 74

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Personal lAefleobiops. Johnson, ' 91 — " Where is the museum? " CuRLEY — " What are grades — thoroughbreds? " Prof, Maynard — " Mr. Deuel, what can you say of Ladies Sweet? " Mr. D " Rather acid. " CowLES to Fowler— ' ' Hello, Bub. " Fowler — " My name isn ' t Bub, it ' s Fowler. " [Nevertheless, ' twas Bub thereafter.] Alderman, looking at the thermometer-house on campus — " Is that the target? " RuGGLES, hearing band in old chapel — " When I hear a band, I feel just like hugging a girl. " Lage — " Why don ' t this heifer have teeth on her upper jaw? " Prof. Warner — " Do you see through it now? " Freshman — " No. " Prof. W — " Well, you will if you live long enough. " Beals, drilling Freshmen, — " At the command about face do so " . Captain Co. B., to ist Sergeant — " It is not necessary to have them count fours, I shall march them over on end. " Gay, at Fair, looking at dish washer — " What is this, an incubator? " Dr. Walker to Field ' 92 — " You ' re a daisy. " Ranney — " Some men think the} ' are bigger than others. " Prof. Fernald to West, who is playing — " I shall have to get where I can watch the west end of the class. " Beals wants to know if the M. A. C. boat crew practiced on Mt. Warner. Tyng 1st — " Say fellows, I have got a dandy quotation; I made it up. " Perry to Rogers, — " We have got three dandy polo players in our class. " Rogers — " Who are they? " Perry — Lehnert, Jim Gregory and - and - me. 73



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