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

 - Class of 1894

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Page 136 text:

Mit anb matsbom. Prof. Maynard. " What is the best way to exterminate the BriicJms obsoleius f ' ' S. F. Howard. " I believe you have to kill them. " Prof. Brooks. " What quality is desirable in sugar beets ? " G. E. Smith. " Size rather than quality. " Prof. Warner (speaking of his mensuration). " This little book has seen a good many fires, and, unlike the martyrs of old, it has always come out ahead. " Dr. Wellington (to Staples, who is shivering). " Are you cold ? " Staples. " Yes, sir. " Dr. W. " I wish you would go to a warmer place. " Prof. Warner. " In Peru there is no thunder, and all the rains are very dry. " Prof. Wellington. " I will bring your marks up tomorrow. If I don ' t bring them up tomorrow, I will bring them up this afternoon. " Prof. Warner. " There used to be a brass tally pin on this ring, but someone has had the brass — " Class (in unison). " Chestnuts ! " Lieut. Cornish (to Major Clark). " Who is that man on the right — the fifth from the end — that man they call Jay Cook — who is he — what is his name anyway? " Prof. Warner. " Mr. Staples, what curve does a bullet describe in its flight? " Staples. " An hyperbole. " Prof. Warner. " Why, Mr. Spaulding, what has become of tt? Spaulding. " You did n ' t give me any pie ! " Lieut. Cornish. " Where does that smoke come from? " Smead. " It is dust off of my shoes. " Billet Doux. " Mason, take that problem. " Mason. " Not prepared. I played in the band yesterday and was out all night. "

Page 135 text:

Senior appointments. CLAS5 DAY. CLASS ORATOR F. H. Henderson. CAMPUS ORATOR . . . . ' C. A. Goodrich. IVY POET C. A. Smith. CAMPUS POET E. C. Howard. PIPE ORATOR F. S. Hoyt. GROVE ORATOR H. F. Staples. CLASS SUPPER. TOASTMASTER E. C. Howard. ODIST A. E. Melendy. ORATOR G. F. Curley POET F. T. Harlow. PROPHET F. A. Smith. PROPHET ' S PROPHET H. J. Harlow. CHORAGUS . . . H. D. Clark. TWIN JESTERS . . . . . i - ' ' ' S- I J. R. Perry. HISTORIAN G. F. Curley.



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Prof. Walker. " This subject is about as clear as mud. " Prof. Warner. " The rule of this examination is that all books must be kept out of sight. " Prof. Maynard (speaking of varieties). " What can you say of Long Green? " Stockwell. " It comes later than the others. " Prof. Walker. " When a foot-ball team is well trained the eleven move together like twins. " Treasurer Mills. " At fifty cents per hundred, — that would be two cents apiece. " Prof. Wellington. " Well, I can ' t quite make you out. " Lieut. Dickinson (to Hoyt). " I am Lieutenant Dickinson ! " HoYT (to Lieut. Dickinson). " I am Quartermaster Hoyt! " Billet Doux. " To know a thing is one thing, to explain it is another. " Class (sympathetically). " That ' s so ! " Lieut. Dickinson. " Capt. Goodrich, the distance is seventy-six inches, er, no it isn ' t ; — it ' s about that, — I dunno-. You want to tell those men so they will know about these things. " Prof. Maynard. " What part of the coriander is used? " PoMEROY. " The core, I suppose. " Prof. Fernald. " I ought to, I must, I shall! " 113

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