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Page 22 text:
"Silence more musical than any song."
"She floats upon the river of his thoughts."
"Divinely tall, and most divinely fair."
"Where there's a. wu.l, there's a way."
"Three-fifths of him genius and two-fifths
"Constant as the northern star."
"Absence makes the heart grow fonde1'."
"Mindful not of herself."
"The rival of tho lark."
Iilriwsii Pol ts--
t"l'hose lbrownl eyes you called, I ween,
Sweetest eyes were ever seen."
"Of all our parts our eyes express
The sweetest kind of bashfulnessf'
"Long may such goodness live."
"Disguise our bondage as we will
'Tis woman, Woman rules us still."
"Fate made me what I am."
"Fashioned so slenderly, young an
d so fair."
"Out of sight, out of mind."
"Destined for the stage."
"Sweets for the sweet."
"A dinner lubricates business."
"'l'here are more things in heaven and earth
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
. Anna 'l'uyIor- A
"Make me a child again, just for to-night."
Page 23 text:
m9Ep .,f m :i,iZ1E IIE nineteenth eentury wus one ot' re-
"' " m:u'k:1ble progress and uehievement, and
its crowning event, undoubtedly, wus the
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entrzmee into the world ot' those destiqmtl
Kxmrinrmgw to beeome the brilliant eluss ot.1.ltl.x.
-' Wfwsww-i' W There wus :1 time when people tzuled to
A nppreeialte eleetrieity, with its wonderful
liglit-giving powerg now the ndmirzition for its illumiuut-
ing rudiunee is boundless. Thus it has been-thus it will
be with the Junior eluss!
Being ot? various llZll'i0llZliii'i0S, various ure our tul-
ents und abilities. Home ot' us, il0l'll in the NVQ-st, spent
our childhood in ent:-liing gralsslioppers and pulling cue-
tus priekers from our bure feet. Thus were developed
:Letive bodies as well us uetive minds, eupuble of keen.
pointed thought. Some ot' us, born in the East, have tlmt
innate "eultu'nh und 1-le:1'h idenrs of t'0llSt"Y2ll'lSllli' whieh
delight some of our prot'essors. 'l'houg.fh none ot' us :ire
llZli'lYt'S of the 'tnuld green sodf' our tighting ability has
been proven to be worthy of the Irish when our ehnpel
seuts, eolors or Ilugs halve been molested.
As il rule, however, we :ire rem:u'k:1bly peut-et'ul :ind
studiousg even alt :1 pzu-ty we enjoy ltliiiilljj over our les-
sons, or holding' serious business meetings, eonsidering
plains of the unknown future. Indeed. this eluss has
sueeessfully planned und enrried out' inany great under-
tukings. When we wished to eull attention to our orn-
tors at the llome orutorienil eontest. we played the role
ot' Indiuns so perl'e4-tty thalt. terror seized the erowd, und
Senior lli1.fllii2ll'it'S trembled und turned pale. At :ln-
other time, with our usuul helpt'nl spirit., we held n
tau-ult.v meeting.: und settled inuuly ot' the dillieulties ot'
eollege life, :lti Ieust to our sn,t3ist':letio11. Not. lensti among
the zufhievements, whieh show our l7ll2ll'tlt'it'l'iSiit1 origin-
:ility und nuturall genius, is the publieutiion of this, the
tirst' real Junior Annual ever ilullillllbttdi ut lloune.
1"ourt'een ofthe importnnt otliees of the eollege ure
held by us. Four of our worthy members have reeeived
pluees ot' honor in literuruv contests this lust year. The
wiuner of the llome 0l'2li'0l'll'2'Il eontesti in ltltlii, the one
holding' the eollege reeord in the pole vuult, and that
"best ull-round athlete lloune has ever lmdf, belong to
us. Three Juniors, :ls teuehers, are exerting helpful in-
tluenees over the undereluss men. No literary nor de-
bating.: soeiety, no religious nor 2liilit'i'itf :lssoeiutiong in
t':1et', no eollegge enterprise ttourishes without our assist-
I nlmost t'oi-got' to mention that modesty is our rhief
t'llfll'2lt'i't'l'iStit'. XVe :ire of sueh quiet, retiring: disposi-
tions tlmt our tenehers halve never been uble to fathom
the depths ot' our knowledge. Indeed, iti is not for fume
thnti we publish this Annual tfur be iti from us to wish
to eelipse the Seniors or to discourage the undereluss
men lj. but rather is it our purpose tio give to the world,
through the exereise of our splendid literary talents, il
euretul portruyul of lloune life und training.
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