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Page 135 text:
Who is It? It was a gallant soldier boy Who walked ' bout Aggie bold, And smoked the best of cigarettes That keeper Allen sold. The wind would blow around your gills Whene ' er he passed your w ay ; A scholar he, with learning great, Would keep ten men at bay. His glasses, when astride his nose. Would make him look so wise ; A coffin tack between his teeth Would just complete his guise. An actor now he fain would be. Take some romantic part. Or slay the villain in a play. Or break some maiden ' s heart. Though fast at times to pick a fight On an unpretentious cause. We like him still with all our heart ; W e ' ll overlook his flaws.
Page 134 text:
" Yes, yes, Jones; go on. " " Well, vhat do you think? One of those Italians had a pack of cards that he was drawing aces and flushes from to beat the cars. Now, I ' m no meddler, and always mind my own business, but I can ' t see a man cheated at cards ; so without saying anything I went up to the bar, and after taking my drink, sat down at a table and wrote on a slip of paper, ' Friend, your opponent has a second pack of cards. ' Rolling this in a wad I got up, and as I walked by him dropped it into his lap ; but the poor fool, instead of reading it quietly, held it up before his face, and had hardly caught a glimpse of it before the bad Italian grabbed it, and quick as a wink had told his comrades. I made a break for the door amidst a shower of stilettos and oaths, one of which struck the wall just above my head, and another just grazed my face and stuck fast in a beam. I pulled them both out and in a flash hurled one back, hitting one dago in the arm — I used to prac- tice, 3 ' ou know. For fear that they might follow me I held on to the other stiletto, and I ' ve got it up in my room now as a reminder of my narrow escape. That ' s all, boys. "
Page 136 text:
Aggie Life BOARD OF EDITORS. Editor in Chief. Patrick A. Leamy, ' 96. Business Manager. Assistant Business Manager, Harry H. Roper, ' 96. . Henry W. Moore, ' 96. College Notes. Stephen W. Fletcher, ' 96. Exchanges. Library Notes. Harry T. Edwards, ' 96. James L. Bartlett, ' 97. Athletics. John M. Barry, ' 97. Alumni. Charles A. King, ' 97. Randall D. Warden, ' 98. 124
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