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Trifles. Saito. " Just about right ! March ! " Dr. Walker. " i and i are 2. 2 and 1 are 3. 999,999 and 1 are 1,000,000. " Prof. S. T. M. (to Hemenway). " What are leeks ? " Hem. (hesitating). ? — ? — ? — Prof. " I guess there is a leak somewhere. " Lewis (Chippy) goes bugging up on Mt. Pleasant one evening and finds only one Miller. Kinney (playing whist). " Why don ' t you throw away a trump ? " Prof. Lull. " I am more than an ordinary man. " Prof. Washburne. " Is there any such thing as a minus quantity ? " Two-Year-Man. " I think not. " Prof. W. " Yes, there are some in this class. " Lieut. Dickinson. " What is the pace in double time ? " Atkins. " A hundred and thirty-six inches. Rawson tries to post a letter in a " Hamp " fire-alarm box. Prof. Babson (to his English class). " Gentlemen, we will have nothing but pure English spoken in this class-room after this. " Prof. B. (one week later). " Gentlemen, you can ' t come in here and pull my leg. "
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POLITICAL The Republican Club. OFFICERS. President, P. A. Leamy, ' 96. Vice-President, H. L. Frost, ' 95. Secretary, H. H. Roper, ' 96. Treasurer, R. S. Jones, ' 95. R. A. Cooley, ' 95. Directors. F. L. Clapp, ' 96. L. F. Clark, ' 97. Democratic Club. President, D. C. Potter. Vice-Presidents, T. P. Foley and H. A. Ballou. Secretary, W. C. Brown. Treasurer, Jasper Marsh. C. L. Stevens. Directors. S. W. Fletcher. 97 J. M. Barry.
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Barry. " This is one of those sweet-smelling grasses, isn ' t it, Professor ? " Prof. Stone. " No, I guess not ; is it ? " Barry. " It smells so to me. " Prof. Stone. " All grasses smell sweet to cattle. " Cap. Colby. " Professor, how long shall I make my composition ? " Prof. " Oh, five or six pages of fools-(cap). Prof. Brooks. " The Blackstone river has been dam(n)ed several times. " Fisher (to the boys, after a visit to his Belchertown cousin). " I made an awful break! I said, ' hard cheese. ' " Fletcher tries to cash a postal money-order at the Central station. Prof. Brooks, after two months of lecturing on various kinds of drains, makes the following statement : " In conclusion I would say that the different systems of drainage heretofore mentioned, I condemn at first sight, as being a relic of the past rather than a present useful method of today. " (d • ' D r -A 99
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