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ui:itatx0tTS . Professor (to G. E. Smith). " What would suit you best, brown or red ? " Smith. " Red, in my case. " Professor. " Wliat is the size of the male of the Trichina Spiralis ? " Fowler (H. J.). " I don ' t know. " Professor. " Of the female ? " Fowler. " About the same. " Leamey (in ' 96 class meeting). " If the pictures don ' t come sooner, they will come earlier. " Professor Mills. " Is Mr. Stevens here ? " Henderson. " He ' s coming. " Professor. " That reminds me of the old saying, ' So ' s Christmas. ' " Barclay (to Prof. Babson). " Where are you going to room ? " Babson. " I ' m one of the instructors in this institution. " Lieutenant. " What is meant by the charge of a cannon ? " Hammar. " The following up in pursuit of the enemy by the men in charge of the cannon. " Professor (in surveying). " Which is the highest side of the instrument, Mr. Brown ? " Brown, ' 95. " That lowest side, over there. " Lieutenant (on drill, to guide of company). " Take a short step, Mr. Manley ; there are lots of short legs here. " Lieutenant. " Tell Mr. Sellew to carry that base drum himself. We ' ll have to be getting somebody to carry him pretty soon. " Professor Mills tells the class how he used personal motive to get into the House of Commons. 118
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Or, milder scenes come tiocking fast to mind. When gathered round the chapel steps we ' d sing ; Or, on the corner ' neath old South College tower, Our jests would make the air with laughter ring. The field, where stirring words of sharp command Roused in our bosoms all the patriot ' s love Of country, while the glittering stars and stripes, Like clouds in summer, floated far above. Though swiftly fleeting time still hastens on, And bears us farther still from boyhood ' s days, Yet memory brightens with the rolling years. And puts within our hearts new songs of praise. We ' ll raise our voices high as in past days. And this our watchword evermore shall be. Oh, Aggie ! as our thoughts far backward fly Through life, For God, for Country, and for Thee. 117
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Professor. " If the process of cooling goes on the water and atmosphere will become solidified and solid rock. ' ' Professor. " His address was changed quite recently, but this is his recent address. " Professor. " How many spaces of cream make a pound of butter ? " Hammar. " Six and one-quarter. " Professor. " No ; six and one-fourth. " Dickinson, ' 95. " When I go to Milwaukee I don ' t have any colds. " Professor. " The best thing for you to do is to go to Milwaukee. " Professor. " Don ' t go to sleep in the class room, you might take cold without extra clothing. " Stevens (to Burgess, who has been sick). " Are you going to recitations, to-morrow ? " Burgess, " Yes. ' ' Stevens. ' ' I had hoped that you were not, so that 1 might stay out and take care of you. " Dickinson, ' 95. " If you blindfold a person, he can ' t tell the difference between an onion and an apple. " Professor Stone ' s watchword. — " Steady-there-Gibbs. " Lieutenant. " What are successive formations. " Hemenway. " It is where companies come into line successfully. " Professor. " I don ' t think the nose was made to take snuff in, if it was it would have been put on the other side up. " Professor Stonk (to boys who are snapping matches). " That ' s enough of that, boys ; better save your brimstone for the other world. " LiEU ' iENANT (to White, E. D., just entering class room stamping), " Is this Mr. Howard or Mr. Higgins ? " Wnrn:. ' -Neither; it ' s Mr. White. " Lieutenant. " I should think it was all three. " Professor Brooks. " One water is as wet as another. " 119
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