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Prof. S) ne S plctins. -i -i " HY! I should think anybody could understand that problem; but W then, if you are so dull that you can ' t, why I suppose I shall have to explain it " (dashes viciously at the blackboard). " Now, we de- note this angle as x and this as y — no, we will call this y and this x, or any con- venient way, as a and b. Understand ? Catch the idea ? Now it is very evident (the class wonders who to) that this is to this as that is to that. Catch the idea ? Consequently a is to b as x is to y. — No, a is to y as b is to x. — Well, no — let me see — no — yes — a is to x as b is to y, or some such way. Understand ? Catch the idea ? Then, of course, it is as plain as the nose on your face — understand — that if we draw this line forming the angle P D Q. — Now, Mr. H d, what are you grinning about ? Ain ' t this a serious matter ? I want you to get your lessons P D Q after this. Understand? (everybody roars, it being the only way they can hope to get 65). " Well, that must be clear to you all no w, so there is no need of my going any further with the explanation. Do you all understand it ? Mr. Ed ds, do you understand my explanation ? What ! you don ' t ? Well, if you haven ' t got brains enough to understand a clear and simple explanation like that, you haven ' t got enough to understand anything. You ought to be ashamed to show your face here. Next time, class, you may take the rest of the book ; and you want to look out or I will condition every member of the class. Understand ? You are the biggest lot of dullards I ever saw. Why, when I was at West Point " (the class goes to sleep). " Any ques- tions ? — excused. " And the class goes out with a clear understanding of the problem, and filled with deep thankfulness to the trustees for having provided them with so learned and gifted an instructor (?). 85
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Polo (Association. OFFICERS. President. Secretary and Treasurer. W. C. Brown. J- L- Marshall. Directors. C. W. Crehore. J. L. Marshall. A. M. Nowell. W. C. Brown. ' H. W. Moore.
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