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Biisi7iess Manager. John M. Barry. Stage Manager. Francis E. de Luce. OFFICERS. President, Patrick A. Leamy. Vic e President, Charles I. Goessmann. Secretary, Liberty L. Cheney. Treasurer, Charles A. Norton. Ocarina Club. Leader. Charles A. Norton. First Tenor, John A. Emrich. Second Tenor, Charles A. Peters. First Bass, Charles I. Goessmann. Second Bass, Charles A. Norton.
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C ' . k, Republican Club OFFICERS. President, Harry H. Roper. Vice President., Asa S. Kinney. Secretary, Lafayette F. Clark. Treasurer, John A. Emrich. Benjamin K. Jones. John W. Allen. George A. Thompson. Directors. Edwin M. Wright. John A. Davis. Allen L. March. Democratic Club OFHCERS. Piesident, John M. Barry. Vice Presidetit, P. S. W. Fletcher. Treasurer, Charles A. Peters. Secretary, Philip H. Smith. First Director, Charles I. Goessmann. 119
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A True Story IT was one cold evening last winter that we were lounging about the fii-e up in Foggy Vaughn ' s old joint, relating college experiences, Shaw had just finished telling of the prodigious amount of ice he had lately cut at a South Amherst social, when, as we were recovering our breath, the door opened, and in strode the Old Settler. This eccentric individual, who always made himself at home in a group like ours, appropriated the only remaining chair in the room — a stack of agricultural reports. He had hardly seated himself when some one asked for his latest. Now, Pelham didn ' t like to have his freshest story called his latest, and if it were not for the fact that he had to bear many things which he didn ' t like, he would have left the crowd in disgust. " Well, boys, " said he, " it don ' t amount to much, but it ' s true, and I can show you the dagger. " " Dagger? What dagger? " we all exclaimed. " Well, " began Jones, " to make a long story short, it was like this. You see, over there on the hills it is dead slow, and in order to keep up with the clocks and not go to seed, I take my little trip every so often down to the city. Last week I went to Boston, and, by Jove, it is the toughest place I ever saw ! North Amherst City isn ' t in it. Me and my friend " — John always said " me and my friend " even up to the time he was gradu- ated, although no one ever saw the friend — " thought we would go through the shmis this time ; so on leaving the train we made for the North End, and of ends, that is the endest of them all. Niggers, Italians, butchers, and more niggers were about all the people one could see. It was a cold day, and so my friend said, ' Come, old man, let ' s have something. ' Now, although I never drink about here, when I get away from home I ' m a swiller. So up we went into a dive, and ordered hair restorer for two. Now I ' m coming to the interesting part, " said Jones; and we all leaned forward, and you could have heard a dumb-bell drop. " Right in the middle of the room, " Jones went on, " there were three Italians and a white man playing cards, and although I don ' t want to brag, I am some- thing of a poker player myself. '
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