Temple University - Templar Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1911

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Just why Hr. Hilcs Emory Preferred to go a-fishing To having his class picture "took", Our host-laid plans thus dishing. —Eis brother tried to look like two, But hulk won11 grow with wishing! A fev; more men I think you'd like To have me roast, before I Retire, mid the relief of all:— So from my bounteous 3toro I Bring forth our grave historian, Whom once behind a door I Watched play a frivolous French part: From his stem look, at prosent, Would you suppose it possible He was a gay young peasant, With sky-blue tie and yellow sash? — He rivalled Rostand1a pheasant I I can't name Hr. Bobbins, though, And not name Roberts also: If one be soon, the other one Is always within call; so Lot me remark, our tall young friend It was who roused the hall so By playing Valdro {the lover's part, Of oourse; in our French drama: {I don't know what will rhyme with this Except tho letter Gammat) And in the German p}.ay—but noi I'll keep my little hammer To knock the tender-hearted Busch;— A fortune-tollor sees he Will have three vrLves. "At once?" says Busch His manner calm and breezy, "Well, I'm in love with five girls now, So three should be quite easy!" Too bad Hiss Beckman wasn't there! 3he always has quite ready A mocking speech whose very wit Makes wild-eyed talkers steady: And yet she's lost hor heart to—French: (She's blushing there already!)

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-2- There's Groetzinger—you see him there? The one v ho's been presiding: YouTd know' he was our president Without his least confiding,— Hie air of austere dignity So firm is, and abiding. Wait 1 Place aux dames a minute here— A rule1" 1 donvt',,Mbelieve in; A relic of the bad old times When Vj3 did naught but weavin': Yet Fh.it more stately maid of old (Though looks are oft deceivin'). Than she who holds our money-bags, Miss Coverdale, our treasure? (I should say "treasurer", of course 1) And next it is my pleasure To bring our secretary forth— Miss Harlow. Who can measure The length of all the shorthand notes She's taken? She is able To do her work at any time:— Why, look I in all this Babel, I do believe she's writing notes Upon the banquet table . Ho, Mr. Simpson, I have not Forgotten to include you: I saw you looking nervous, but I would not be so rude to The father of the finest babes A parent ever cooed to I We have so many benedicts I It really is alarming L (I wonder why the married men Must always be so charming? Why, I've known girls liked married life More, even, than school-managing!) A blushing bridegroom we have here— He's not in the class photo: He must have feared the maidens bowers That photograph would go to. (It's Mr. Stetlor, by the way.) And we should like to know, too.



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And two of us are faculty! I hardly need to nemo then: They look as if thoir double crowns Enomously became thorn. But he's fron Yale, and she1 a to go To Ponn, so who can hlano thorn? A minister is "in our midst": You111 tell him by his glasses. His propor collar, and his air Of wisdom in his classes, TThere psych, and sociology Ho swallows down in masses. Two engineers—-they re modest men; In fact, wo seldom see them, They work so hard. (I'm mighty glad That I don't havo to bo them! You 11 pardon EnglishHFreaks, I'm sure The rhyme requirements free thorn.) Oh! did you hear a gentle sound? That must have been Miss Finley! (The richness of hor mental charms Her voice does clothe so thinly!) And yet they say she's scrapped with Dean Carnoll and Dean ilcEinley! ITow Mr. Hosonberger---- Good gracious! Hr. Grootzinger Is looking at mo madly! Ho X11 put the lights out if I don't Stop this at once: so sadly I leave the rest of you in peace: It really irks mo badly. But yet I'm sure you're all too kind To my poor muse to bind her To Babb-lo on in longer wise: And so I think I'll Winder Up yet again for one more spurt, Ere Homer path wijl find her. And you whose names will not make puns, Will pardon me, I'm certain, If I includo you all within One cheer for----- 1911. (For onco I've no Byronic rhyme!) And so--ring down the curtain! Miriam Allen de Ford.

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