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Grins. Stacy (meeting Professor Babson in " Hamp " ) : " Hello! Don ' t you feel lost ? ' ' Professor B. : " No ; I ' ve been over here once or twice before. " Barc (at a meeting of the Board) : " What shall we call this article? " Pete : " Don ' t call it anything. " Bart : " We ' ve got to call it something so as to put it in the contents. " Dr. Stone : " Describe the Liliacese. " Eddy : " They have several petals and sepals which run together at the base, and are often highly colored. " Dr. S. : " What lily are you describing? " Eddy : " Jack-in-the-pulpit. " Prexy (to Emrich) : " What did you do to Professor M in Boston? " Emmy: " Skipped him. " " A chip of the old block through and through, " Muttered the surgeon as he withdrew. " Chip of the old block ? I should cackle, " Returned the somewhat bunged-up tackle ; " But allowing what you say is true, Pray, what but a splinter Doc, are you? " Eaton, ' 98 (as Professor B. sHps on the ice): " Did you hurt yourself? " Professor B : " I hurt my thumb. " Eaton: " I ' m sorry. " A nudge in the ribs, An exchange of cribs. Two faces quite content. But soon they darken ; For why? Just hearken. The same thing each has sent. 134
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Personalia. Irish Laborer (at Arlington): " Are yez frum th ' Agreecultrial Coolege ? ' ' Professor Maynard : " Yes, ni} man. " Irish Laborer : " Shure, I thot it. " Poor Shep — no longer doth his mournful tone Disturb us as at our work we drone ; If Merle E. breaks more panes a few, Who now will say, " Oh, hell! Sellew. " Warden (in Geometry) : " Therefore the triangle is a quadrilateral, and the quadrilateral is a rectangle, as you can plainly see. " Q_. E. D. Bang ! and what a crash did follow : Stumbling over chairs and mat. He hurls a shoe. All is over ; Cheney has just killed a rat. Wright, ' 98: " A short line is the straightest distance between two points. " H. J. Allen : " There ' s more than one way to skin a cat, but there is only one way to skin Allen Bros. " Our Editor in Chief: " For Heaven ' s sake don ' t run the bird club into the Review of the Year. " Professor Babson : " Gentlemen, it is absolutely necessary that you abstain from the use of slang; you positively make me tired. ' ' ' ' Leavens : " There are two sides to a shingle however thin it inay be. " Sam Smith (seeing botany cans) : " What are those things? Knap- sacks? " Professor Cooley (to Alexander) : " I am going to play football; send down ybwr men to take my place. " 133
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