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X)iCKiNSON, ' 94 (speaking of the model of the horse). " As for the horse, it speaks for itself. " Saito (describing an intoxicated person). " He didn ' t know where his feet were. " Lieut. Dickinson (to Boardman). " Describe right volt. ' " Bo ARDMAN. " Turn on the left ball of the foot and . " Bacon, L. H. (to C. M. Dickinson). " If you feel sick you want to look out, or you will wake up some morning and find yourself dead. " Prof. Fernald. " If you should visit an undiscovered country and find there a race of men thirteen feet high, and of a robin ' s egg blue color, and with a single eye situ- ated in the middle of the forehead, you would say they were of a different species and also of a different genus, — but, heavens ! what is species and what is genus ? " Lieut. Dickinson (on squad drill). " You men will drive me plumb crazy. " Kinney (at target). " What paster do you put on when you don ' t hit the target? " D R. Walker. " What is a portrait ? " E. J. Walker. " It is a picture of a landscape. " Maj. Clark (to Lieut. Cornish). " May I borrow your ' Drill Regulations ? ' " Lieut. " Yes, but return them at Inspection. Shall have to study them all day Sunday. " Sellew. " That minister never graduated from a Zoological Seminary. " Hemenway (on St. Patrick ' s Day). " Why are the seniors all wearing their class colors ? " G. E. Smith (in rhetoric). " We broaden the subject to make it long. " E. D. White (on foot-ball ground). " I should think he had fainted away by the noise he is making. " 78
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Spares from a (Brinbstone. Keith (speaking of matters agricultural). " I tell you the Brattleboro fair is the best one in this State. " ROBBINS (questioning on irrigation). " Does the water run up or down the hill? " E. D. White (translating). " ' ■Ou laisse la brise se jouer dans ses cheveux mouilles. ' ' And the wind blew through his whiskers. " Lehnert (drilling band). " Forward, right wheel, march ! " Band fails to move. Lehnert " Oh, g ' long ! What are you afraid of? " Band moves on. Mason. " Potter spoke a piece today and his first word was a gesture. " Mann. " I did not know that I was witty enough to be a fool. " Putnam (at orchestra rehearsal). " What does . . mean? " Curley. " It means ' grand pause. " " Put. " Oh ! I thought it meant ' Go it, Put., ' and so I played right on ! " White (to Professor Maynard, who has been talking of the Apple Borer). " What is the best time to hunt chips ? " Jay Cook. " Look at Lieut. ' s kids ' Four of them, all of a size ; they must be twins ! " Staples. " Let us take time by the fetlock ! " Mason (to Jones). " I am going to play in the band. " Jones. " But you have no stripes on your pants ! " Mason. " No, but I can wear Bagg ' s ' " Mann. " I looked up that word, but I forgot to remember it. " Cutter. " Before setting out trees, the roots should be cut off. " Henderson (to Professor Mills). " I have spelled angels, a-n-g-1-e-s. What had I bet- ter do about it? " Summer School Girls (seeing Hoyt ' s closely cropped head behind the armory bars). " Oh, see that poor man in prison ! " De Luce. " I am partially engaged to be married. " 77
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Zhc Janitor rr Y name ' s Canavan, I I ' m the Janitor man, And I ' m boss of the whole concern I ' m treated with awe, For my word is the law ; My orders you quickly will learn. My weapon ' s a broom, And my castle ' s a room In under the chemical lab.; Here, once in a while, I add to the pile Of relics I manage to grab. But though 1 ' m severe. You have nothing to fear, I try to do well by the boys. All mischief I shun, Although innocent fun " Old Canavan " always enjoys. I ne ' er try to shirk. For I ' m ever at work, I ' m monarch of all I survey. So take off your hat When you stop for a chat With the Janitor, old and grey. 79
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