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P U B LIS H E D B Y T H E

STU D E N TS OF

C O L BY U N I V E RS I TY.

VOLUME X X I I I .

P R ! lT E D A T T H E WA T E R

A I L O F F I C E,

I L L E, ME.


•·The hook i

c mpl tecl, an(l

Aml the ha.ml that ba

Dim

grow it

Lik

coal

fa11ci

iu th

�.

a::.h

lo

cl like the cla�·

writt n it lay

it away.

for<rotten tht>y Ii

;

. th y 11arken am! di

.,


BO R D O F ED I TO RS. E D I TOR I

CHIEF.

AsR.DL \\nu.x. '"!"!.

A

OCIATE EDI TOR

. F . l\IE .• QLJER. ''!),

WALTER

E. T. \Ynr.u,

F I R T Mr\1 A G I W

H. B.

SECO D �.

0,

W. C. WHELDEX. �10.

ARY, '()0

\A •

.

G E D I TOR. o·, ' !I.

A G I 1 G E D I T O R.

BcRBAXK

' !'J.


C A R D O F TH A KS. "'\\-e

1rnu1'l

)lath w ,

Pepper, and

lll'

te11clel'

and

l\I

,

I'S.

11 arty thank

to

Prnfe �or

Xye. Far11ham. Fry , Dl'ak ,

Rog I' ilmon:.

C. H. P pper fol' many literal'y farnr-: al o to

Pepper for much a

i tanee in arti. tic \\'Ol'k.

.

:1111! r. L.

.

H.


S L T TO RY. ,\ �

another college year i' drawincr to it of placincr before yon auother ORA

fall it wa

with th

'YheD w

mo< 1el

re oh-e to O'et out a

would plea·e ·tud nt

cl �e. we ha•e the plea ure

L F..

an<l Facult_\ alike.

But \Ye

impracticable i 'lea. and conclurletl to pleas

b 'g:ln work la t

pnblic;ition, OD

our own

eh- ;, and I t the

,

re t of the worl1l he pl a.., rl or not. a· the ca-,e might be. followed our own inclination le

to

a.r that w

ha1-e

ancl trie1l to r alize our ideal..

not

r aliz cl that ii al;

ati·faction of knowing that we hlnhow 1·er earne·tl.v one labor

h

don

o 1>e ha1-e It i

n ed-

yet we ha>

th

our best, aml the comfort that

ue•er rloe

If we were a keel our opinion a

which

oon laid a-icle thi­

a. w

I

to the

11 ,

- h

hop

to clo.

urpo e or mi- ion of the

ORA LE we hould tell you to a ruaD that in onr Yiew the chief purpo­ of the ORA..

LE

i

TI'

to be cen m· <1.

to ··-et on" that which de en·e

a k each of yon, when yon come to the pacre wh reon your name or

portrait figur - , that yon full

nb cription.

anrl to pre

110

not oet .o excit l

a

to refu

to pit.· your

· on

Yon ha•e a perfect riaht to <Yet macl if

But you haYe no ri"'ht not to pay for them.

If you COD.i 1 r thitt you

are '·houte<l" too barcl. con icler the condition of your le companion

want to

n'e or rle troy yom· Onicle::., aft r yon h:we paid for them.

who have not b en mentioue1l nt all.

fortunate

If auy of you fo l

hurt h cau e you ham not been notic cl, you can learn the editor opinion of you by a kin(T them or writing, if the editor

bapp u to he abroa l.

You will douhtle If they plea e you, w

notice that we baY ,u·e v ry gla l.

uclo ing a

introduc

L1

'

tamp for reply,

ome ne w feature .

If _rou clo not like them. we r ply

with the word of the ri·ing yonnO' orator, ··What are you D'Oing to rlo about it?"

Our con ci nc

do not trouble u-.

It wa

thouo-ht

I

e t


6

HA �LI-:.

h en

If

ecuncl indecencie·. jutlrre.

are an<l

\\'a, t

-,uccee<l d iu the fir·t. �-ou aro to

If 1ve h<we failed iu the ,,ecoucl. you

Ul<l,\'

our indi-cretion arnl lack of the ,. n�e of pr prier.1-. great care Lo leave 011t indecent nlhLion. ll'e are mor

'1011

_\ ou

than

n�ry thing \\'hich couill

If we l1a1· nfr;,ti

1.

he

Jar the blame to "\Ye ha 1·

accompli h cl our purpo-e in thi

Your· for the '"9

ta kPn

on,,tru (1 into

1· "Jl

n11

ct,

RA.CLE. THE

EDITOR•.


THE COLBY OR.�CI.t:.

'i

A S K ETC H O F CO LBY S I C E 1880.

N

O

the 2nd of Augu t }, 70. TI""a terville College. r -haptizerl a- Colby nj\·er ity. celehratecl it� fiftied1 an n i,·er-ary.

and contempt, t h e college barl maiutaiu d it tm1e n t . t o find it

endowm ut or

Founded in poYerty

exi tence almo t

If at la t po

e

tuc1ent . a n d an eudowru ut of about .,.1-5,000.

52 nial

At t hi

ornmenc meut. t he en forced quiet of 30 year

fund-

were

pro•icletl for e tab!i-hing a

hair in

without

e<l of 7 officer "·a

emi-ceu ten­ broken and

bemi tr�- and for build­

iou a Laboratory. The hi-tory of t he college

two period - :

fir t ext

The

Robin . D.D . . alection o f

Pr -iclent i u Pre,irlent P Pl er in

1 ""'.?.

1 ?2 were tran·itional; the former being the la t hamp li11. and th

t ration of Pre ident

0of t he adruini -

latter in ludinu tl1 0. e mon t h

d u ring which Dr. Rohin . though retaining lege. hecan e of ill health wa

y ear:;

t he Pre icleucy o f

unable to atteucl clo

the

col­

ly to the admiui-­

tration of it affairs. Tlte fir t period (1 73-1. cipline ancl policy.

large irnpro>em nr- in th w

r

1

73 to H!J in l,', 0.

mark r1

0) "·a;;

Althotwh the

l

The cha racter that belong 2.

rad ical change

in cti-­

in ufficieut to permit

building- an<l on the campu , two prof . or

add d to t h e faculty, and the numb r of

-1

.J

udo\nnent wa

tudent'

to Colby to-da.r beuan to

produce t h o e year

It is h ardly po--ible t o r

colJeue mad upou the �tuclent durinrr

trrew row

from 52 in

cli

the im1 re 'ion .

A

tinct in that the

ha ju t been

aid

it wa. a tra1Liuon period in t he new college life-a period in w h ic h (al­ though the

t n deut s rould not ha,re knom1 it the cleckion wa

working


LI::.

TllE

ucce under-

eminar.v ommenc meut of

wa

that the

nation i

•tgt

the mo t to be drea fod in a college. :o true ha

and country i tantamount to going backward ."

college been to thi

1

motto that the aradnate of

rnd of five year more chauge

At the ba-i of all improvemeut It i

difficult for the

acrifice of the Profe

will fiu1l

there

taml

the incr a ed

the

at the

for the better than the graduate of 1

found at the encl of thirty. ment.

±

40

ndow­

tndent of to-<lay to appre ·iate the self­

or and the wi dom of the Tru tee

college in exi ·tence for forty years with an

who kept a

endowment of

$15.000.


THI::

9

ORA�LE •

OLBY

.Nor is it po· ible for the recent graduate to appreciate the the

ears of economy after the

E•en in 1

000 and 1ielde<l an income that was amounted to

7,

It 1ya not until 1

additiomtl endowment. th

in ufficient

to meet nece

wheu tho fund

At pre eut thotwh .<Yreatly needing

l:uiver ity i

ab!

Lo maintaiu an enlarged

force of in trnctor , make annual impro ement

upon the

building. , increa e the appropriation

mrion

1

vote

annuall

appropriate the income of 20,000 to the ai1l of

-

eY

for the

cholarhip- and of a

ernnty

tu clent .

college are at

around

to

pecial fund of

in the wealtL wi th

ek, bLtt irnprO\·ement- in the <levote<l to

ampu .

The f!ra<lnate of

wamp , alder

rln

and

t

'ince 1

ome

the

re meru b r a back

betwe n th

urchin

· and

anitary arrange­

All of th se d feet

IT ct t

ome mea ure, c

up. and the walk

of

able in 1Yint r and . pring: a gyruoa-

of the mo t primitive kind.

1 a t in

trn

xerci e wa· prnctically impo ·ible becau e of lack of

apparatu , and abuuclance of ment

' -t

thi

of the

and a h heap·. a11c\ a front campu

where walk- were well nigh im pa ium in which

cially i

of

prize , and

cont ut

one

Kp Cctmpu

and

tlepartm nt

ral hunclretl dollar

.Not all the chang the

ary

of the college

500.000, that the financial probl e m

omething more tl1an

received anything 1ike an an wer.

coll ge

175,000.

2, the in ve ted funJs of the college amounted to but ..: 235,-

appropriation�.

the

tringency of

udowmeut had been rai ed to

The ba k campu

been, at

hav

bas been cl ared

builclin ' h;we b en repairerl or rebuilt.

7 everal thou ·and dollar

hav

b

n expe11<l cl in repairin " introducinrr wat r, and of Pro(e. or part1y 1·efur-

Almo t a the e worcls; are beinrr written come

C. , hannon of the cla

oratory an rl Oh

of 1 62 ha

given

... uch

building

n·atory.

a

the new

that Col. R.

15 000 for a Phy ical Lab­ ha

become

a

nee

Champlin and Coburn Hall' are ov rcro1rc1ed, the in trument Ob

r•atory are in con tant chtnger of rle truction, while Profe

Roger

ha

i ty .

in the or

been forced to carry on e x perimental work in the cellar of


10

J.llY

0f{A ' L I·:.

pt

Memorial Hall.

11

p

at a

cial

of

it

head.

in

the clas::.

. E.

clam� of

of

-! wa�

'

',·..j_

llowdoiu

ince le' '0,-thr 'e

Thi

increa e in the number of orn er

a re-organization of the cour e of Pro[e

tudie

1884-

5

course .

·cl

acC'Ompani

began in

Thi

1

econd d partment in

1

5.

1

by

whe11

"Cp to that time

of the cour e had betn almost entirely pre cribed. tudent uch a

had few Op[ ortuuiti .

Accodingly in

1

which a tudent at the clo e

G of

of choice b

not onl,1 wa

tate of affair

inve tigation. but a new course ticable.

naturall.r \\'U

mall entered upon his du tie-. but no marked cbaurre occn1T •d

or

until the creatiou of a the

turly.

tween

unfa•ornble to

£,·eu

in

cliffor •nt

thorough

w re added it became ntterl,r imprac­

there was the

adopted an anangement hy

ophomore year cho.-e

between

two


THE systems o f stuilie

the

COLBY

11

ORA C L I:'..

] a ical and tbe

cientific.

According t o this

plan an election wa bindinO' upon the tudent during the remainder of hi' college cour e, and there coul l be no change from the ODe

y tern to the

other. uch an arraDgement at be t could be but a comprorni e, and arbitrary di tribution of

yielcled to the need of a le <>Teater freedom of the pre ent

lectioD.

y tem of

1 :>

ccorclingly in

tuilie , b_r which

'enior year" is largely elective.

enain

the

it

tudie

oon

and a

thern wa· adopted

work of the Junior an<l

tutlie-. how·e,·er, are required

during the�e year· an<l the number ancl the arrangeru nt of the ele tirn tudie

are ubject to re t.riction.

Partly a

a re ult of the larger fore

crea erl.

1" 7,

'ince

!even new cour e

tudent i

duriug the pa t tive .\·ear· by th 1 the fir't step- wer

a

i -• 0

th er

'"'ere O'i,·eu

a11<l. an

.

but no particular intere t wa In fa t a late a

evPnti '.

ver ly. But in 1

leaCYne of colle(Ye

The

Arc Duilcli1w i

"ell filled

almo·t a nee

·

ity.

in the attention pai<l to

felt in th

g<tme until

::t!o110-

in tb

0, the chief ambition of tbe captain of

l

although there n-a� nt that time 110 or<Tauiz d

1

in the

oll y belie' d her elf ju tifie<l iu clairn­

tate,

grountl of tl\'O Yictorie- 0\7 r each of her

iuO' the champion hip, on th

oppou nt . a11d a forfeit d game by B w1loi11. mate lean-ue vi tori

or \\arren.

rl yearly by gift' fr m cla�. e a11d

con i·t d iu k epiJJCY Bate� and Bowdoin from beatinO' hi. men

the nin too

ed

The fir. t ba e !Jail club wa- form d in

port" and phy·ical e<lucatio11.

1 GJ,

been incre

formation of an art

U,\' Profe

be n a con taut i 11crea -

ha

tuclie·

the

b�· appropriations. until Alumni lfall i

w.ith copie- of famou ·tatue 'ince

A

rnlume .

taken wward th

e,· ral I cture

,,·ell

JO

arlditiou of

collection tb n b CYlln ha- be n in rea from fri nd-, a

be 11 in-

n-reater part of t\\'O year-.

n ed con tantly, whiJe its etft iency ha

The Librnry i

ha

in gymna tic .

able to pur ue, Jar ely by oriainal \York.

a line of inYe ticration for th

collection, and

tuclie

for in tance. ex ·Jn i>e of tho

have b en added to tbe cmric ulum.

are uow arranged a

In 1

of in·tructor', and partly a· a

y t m of el ctive , the number of

re ult of the

·

mt

fairly e-rahlisL 11, ancl

until the

priug

of

'

3,

1

2

whe11

2, the int r-coll -

but twice left her

ampu .

but wa not brought upon th

ampu·

won a champion bip that l1a' . iuc

Tenni wa intro 'luc cl in

Jn 1

olby hy au unbroken recorrl of

tlie

club

court wa

built b tweeu


'J'llF.

12

and 1\lemorial

Hall.

From

that time th

gam l1a wa play cl

77.

a11rl

twlent This

iut r . t in athl ti . .

howerl it

11terpri e of the up rintenclcnt of th

pri11_g of 1

If iu the

tudeut

.Jolin

,

'. Dolclt,

For a few week

an nnu ual inter

t wa.

uitable apparatu. an l r O'nlar in trnctio11. to remedy the fir t lack in

An effort wa mac]

In

it accompli heel little.

April

pecial teacher in gymna tic . Follen left in June of the the autumn of l

87.

hown in gymna ium itie·

The two nece

1

2.

hut owing to th

7

the colle"'e e11oaO'e 1

,

.

..-\.

Ir. Follen,

gymna ium. a-; a

Ham1icapped by lack of apparatu.,

the gymna inm wa

<l.

thorOtJO'hl,r fumi h

tematic and duri11g a part of each term cornpn1 or,r. made by the college

more readily than by r fening to a circular-letter i lent Robin um1er <late of May 1, of that year. enumerate<l

laboring.

Ir.

rl

and

ince that time the in tructio11 ha"

We cannot e timate the progre

Robiu

I.,

ame year.

a competent instructor en0ag

y

1

Bo.ton Y. �I.

formerly an in tru tor in the

been

H.

of the appropriation ancl the inexperience of tho e i11 rltartt

mallne

In

.

formed for that pur

·

work. but after the aunual Fi 11 Day it cli d away. were,

2, when,

Y. :\I. C. A. gymna ium at Provitl n

n"'au 1 to give weekly in truction to a cla po e.

,

at pr<•, uL

In

thi

ned

inc

0

by Pr�si­

letter Pr

ident

ixteen urgent needs uncler which the co!Jege wa

Thr e of the e neecl

were connected with certain cl ment

of policy that have been somewhat modifieL1 during the pre ent admin­ istration; one related to Profe

or Hamlin.

Of the remaining twelv ,

including those of three new professor , increa eel laboratory accommo-


THE

dation

13

O RA C LE.

additional apparatu . additional prize . lecture

art collection impro,·ement in part, have been met. pl_y of a nee 1: in of 1

COLBY

0 darerl a

k.

in Athletic , an .

upon the building and campu--all, at least

Kor ha the colleue

eYeral ca·e it ha

topped at the mere

np­

rlone e•en more than the Pre ident

It thu . iu a large degree ha determined it

future,

-a foture we ma,\- expect, that \Yill be marked bv . e'en great r prngre than ha· been the pa t.


TU£

14

R EV I EW O F T H E Y E A R.

A

PLAI

of th 011

'

record of foclR an<l

hand in them. i· n Y ar i

e

b nnc1 to be, iu tb

will he di po

r1

,. nt-, to per on

to deny.

who have har1 uo

That a reliable R vi w

arilr dry r ading. main. hut

It will not be

g neral r ader, li1·ing at a di tan e from th

lowing a dull and u11int re ting !larrath·e; but to the mad

hi

tud nt, who ha

life a part of the c,· nt . th ir bi tory. how v r written, cannot

fail to briner back i11 a!'t r y ar� ·ome happy ·'l\ith Colby, progre�

of

ome ki11r1. in

alway been a leading prin iple. of material pro perity aud, a well a

mini c nee

Enlarcr d facilitie

for work incr a e

Thi

any other previou

receiYed important a l foion

year.

been made for the erection the coming

geological tlepart­ from the

till, arrangement

have

of a

plendid buildinir

and an

Ob ervatory for

urumer

Physic

our e

\. laqre number of

in the way of mineral

ource ; and more important

for the use of the department of

all around,

wa. evinc d in the

nluable book have been aclcl cl to tbe library; th tate and other

.

'lire tion or oth r, ha

a re·ult, better equipment

have come teadily from year to year. of the la t a

ome

he ha uever been content d to take

a po ition and imply maintain it.

ruent ha

fo1·p, if the find the fol­

urpri in" th r ·oil ae, houlcl

a tronomical purpo es. Under an able in tructor and with better means for phy ical traininu than have been e11joyed at any other time, a very decided impetus wa given to athletics.

The athletic exhibition - the .first of it

kiucl -

given in City Hall during the winter term wa not simply n. ucce s iu the way of a new dep�rture, but reflected credit upon tbe men who formances the public ha l an opportunity of witnessing. rate, it i

pretty clear that

per­

To u , at any

o long as the same reli h for athletic

con-


THE

OLln·

15

ORACLE.

there will be no need for the faculty (or any other birrher power)

tinue

to invent and put into p ractice arbitrary law ound bodie

as well a

ee Colby i

The time tO

to. ecure for the

tndent

ound mind . Th n the college

'omm ncement.

at

eems

to be engaged in a µerpetual fe-tirnl: the alumni, many of them returned· the old friend

and patron

tuden t. • from labor fr e1l" feel les

of labor; the prof -.or and

field

have

of the college are back from their

the weight of r -pon ibility r

011 the ir A.tla - honl<l r

· the very

campn i

b right with pa ra - ol

· ti ng

an<l mo,·in"' fan . and re. ound

now with

the word

of the orator, 11ow with the

y ar the commeuc ment were two cla-

x r ci e

reunion . with

were of a

much

� eparated

in the way of <\ ball gam

n th

former friend hip

from

for y ear-

11 ,,. aucl iu ter e tin(J' featme wa

be tw

Last

There

high char: cter.

pledging of

between cla- mate , who ha l been

aud their ..dJma M ater .

of cordial mu ic.

train

regular coll

g

each other introduced

team autl one

compo- ecl of alumni who had •·in their cl ay " play d ou the college nine.

watcher! by an imm n e crowd with a ..,oocl Llea1 of inter-

The game 1rn

It re- ulte<l in a ,·ictor .\' ov r the alumni. bnt wa • not

t.

tliat I1'y Da.1· i

Experi nee t ache arnl the practice of the a c nclan

y.

lection (�laced

ub tituti u g Pre cutation

The cla

; t

rn1 idly

of

in te a( l

Day

. !) rrarn a- a donation

pre ent in :\Iemorial

a ily won.

inking; into disfavor, i

gaining

to the art col­

Bui! lintT) the

tntue of the

D_riu"' Gaul. The

exercLe

to the officer

of Fi ]cl Day were conducted in a 11"a.y which did er di t

of the A t h l et i c A

A large u umber of

]e

ociation who hacl the matter in charge.

irable prize

bad be u

I reviou

placed on exhibition , a- u ual to t mpt the eye athletic honor�.

macle.

both fine exhibition

rea. on

It wa for thi

former record , no better

The only r cord broken wa the pole rnult,

the heirrlit attain d.

bowing

ft. 2 in. bein g

The tumbliurr an 1 horizontal bar conte t of gymna tic

o'-war between h r elf and clas

for

T ho · e who actnally wok part

trict enforcement of tl) e rule .

perhap , that, in the way of beatin wa

l_v pnrcha ed and the a pirant

Rather more than the cu tomary number of name

were entered for the diJf rent conte t . worked uncler a

of

'!)I

kill.

anrl al o

The cla

·

were

of '!)0 won the tug­

ecured for the

econd time the

cop.

It i

a fa t almo t too common to need mention here that for year


'fJIJ-:

<')Liff

h en more intent 011 winni11<Y gam t h a11 probable t h at we One of the t h e benefit

OH

'LI·:.

tha11 on maki11"' a r

houlr1 ha\'e b eu fir�t in th

ord. it i

ach·antn<Ye.-. by no mean to be u nrlerrnter1 e nt college, i the opportunity th

of a cour

in

ummincr u p

tn<1ent ha

hearinrr lecture - often from men o f n o t e a n d uational La

t

fa ll we were e p cially favorerl in thi ·

werc Dr. Thoma

Hill,

ReL

A. ,V. Jack on, anc1 Dr. that these l ecture

are to

,.\ a

tion.

iY

city.

p

Th

A

very

jrnliciou

welcome by the

tunates, who (to u

ea

Prize Debate."

rec in!<l wi t h warm

geuera l l y, but more e peciall.1· L.1 tho.

u11for­

in tb

oup,"

�lanrr but expre

ive term) "w r

"Junior Exhibition" into

Whil e t!te facul ty evidently coo i ler

good thi ng,'' the boy

tl 1e •Junior

cl the

exhibit ion

had learned rather to look a kance at it. aml

from the fact of there being no prize

o:ffere

1.

it went genera l l y

t h e name of

"the consoh:ttion race," and nobody even cared

appoin tment.

The debate w-a

wa

offered to the succe

three on a

ide.

for the

peaker among u .

wa made in the change of the

"a

R ,..

even more frequent in the future, ancl that

inuoYation, and one which wa

tudent

aker­

are plea 'ed to know

the faculty are not aver e to making Thur day morning the tim app arance of some public

of

r putatio11.

Da l ton, Col . T. ''· Birrgin. 011,

eward of t h i

he

l ire

more

l •agu .

a no1·elt:.

A prize of

fifteeu

ful di putant , t he whole 11umber bei11a

mu1 for

r

au

dollar'

i.\. -

The arguments were presented in t he cb�1pel befor

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larue andieuce to the -,ui·faction ancl c 1·e 1l it . cerned.

Enemporaneou-

vi,·en

time than ha� <Ten rall5· been be a i nu i n a

la

thu made

a 1 1rl

peakina

we h e lie \· e .

puhl i

to t hem in

th

follol\·etl

in forensic' -hould be

of all con­

lleh:ue 1lemancl

more

coure. and the up hy succeediug

e .

At the openina of the fall t rm Prof. ,'mall wa· n

l nger with u .

He had been grante<l lea,·e of ab�ence for one year. to pnr.ne a po t­ <Tradnate com

at John- Hopkin

nected with hi

own d

om .1.

In the profe sor·

ftlcient in trnctor.

I

"Cni\'er i t.'' in b rancb e- uf

art me u t - that of £Ii,t r.'<tb ence the col lege

Prof. �fathew, al o wa

· pr i na, bein<T calle<l to .... �ewton to tak Xewton Theological l ur ing the

month

a araduate of

'unni on

'emi 11ary. he wa·

Ilan·;\l"!l

awi1y. wns

oul i �ell to le a"e u· in the

� u ppliec l

howecl that lie nn(ler tool! elocution him

to impart it

�fay la t wa

to

other�.

a

I

Th

11

·ce

roof of hi� a bi l i t

of

tlie

al Econ­

mi-.-ell an a ble and

the rlt:pnnmeut of Ex

Ili: plac

ollege .

ha'

tud5- con­

;\ml Politi

by

in

:.\Ir.

1 f. a n1l knew

:-iophomor

a· a teacher.

g -i,

Ito\\"

Declamation of


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H I STORY O F '92. '

:'\ J \' E H :>! TY.

LBY

)fay

\\..\T ERY I L L.1':. :J [ 1: . •

th . } , ' !) .

Dear Old t l a t I have "Ot tim

t woer .

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to w r i t e .ron all about my a w fu l goool ·l a ·. You want 1 l t

an

ar

o m e t o Bow do i n a. I inteutlecl t o w h n

u la • t

I f awl t h -:'\ i 11t·ty­ know \\ liy I d i 1 l 1 1 ' t

a w m t> .

\\' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 t t-1 1

you. . pa \\TO ' e -:\Ir. H y l to e i f ther d i d n ' t w a n t a hoy t o 1 1 1 1 chore a n d g o t o ch I f o r h i · uo:m l . In a cla.v o r t 1rn pa " O t a l i t t l e paper a l l rol lerl np. t h a t aid on t h e o nt id of i t , 1 · \V h �· . 'h u l 1 1 �ot a Young )fan ome to Colby ?'' Pa reacl it nn 1 th en he ai d ' · h u m . " T h a t w a T u e clay n i .rht . The n e x t ll a y )Jr. Pepper . nt pa a J tter u 1 1 t l

Befor

to

) Jr .

I had fu l l y mncle u p my miu1l to go to chool ally mor

P p p e r a n r l to

t h e letter a i d i n i t t h a t they tlitln't w a n t nobocly to Col by hu t wli:H w a nu upr i gh t wa

weep

beds and

and

He

airl that if I co u l d wa�h 1 l i�h e

om body thought h e wa, fu 1 1 11 y .

check for t wenty-firn

Ir. Warren ' dol l a r

real fi ne and clo e from of me a t h e profe

:Jlr.

anen wan te11 him t Pa

·a icl

b

B u t I did n ' t k n o w "·hat h

t e l l ing 0 1 1 e of t h e

onn<lecl like one of

\

:Jir.

l a rge bu t 11 o t u umerou�.

fam i l y wa

t i l l o n e day I w a

Indy"

a nd m a k

d u�t and help abont hon e w·ork, pe rhap- I could

get a cha nce t o work for M r . \Yarrco. ay t h a t hi

. . Or

low n ri<Th t . i nri<rh t . o u t righ t , a l l r i a b t m a n or l a d y.

pu t i n a pare o t he i·.

jok

enior� abo u t i t antl b e .

mea n t nid i t

The ,ame 1 1 icrh t pa got a

in a. 1 t te r of tlY 11ty-011e parre

H yrle.

gu •,,ed

Mr. H yde

a ,·ery prominf'nt man in t h e ti t t i n g

w r i t tPn

aid be ha<l oft 11 hea n l

chool, aucl tbat he an d <. I I

ors hor etl that I would honor t he college b y comina t o Bo " -


rloi n .

H e ·aid t h a t he'rl _ee t h a t

I

got t h rou<Th the

fir t t wo �,ear. a l l

r i <T h t . and a f t r t h a t I conk1 g e t o n t o t h e B ugle and the Col l ege . 'enate a u rl i n vario us wa�-, earn enough for t he re-t of my cour e. t h i n k I ' cl better t r>· t o do chore .

ai<l : "Bill. t h a t · � t h e place f o r y o u t o g o t o

r i mes. a n d then be

wh re you can learn to be a

deci11 ecl

chool.

en:ttor. l ike t h e.'' <lo at A ugu ta . "

o I

to go to Bo1Tdoi o .

About t "·o \\"eeks before �chool wa H yde' . in the

J

to go to

to begin pa read a

a1 er about pol i t i c . and pa

aurl . a i1l : "::\Iy

hail

He d i rl n ' t

P a read the letter through t h re

on don't

<T O

110 darnecl

to -ch o o l t o

peech of :M r.

1Yore a n rl gri t ted hi

teeth

�Ingw�1mp.'

·o I

l b.'"'

I came on t h e car· ; gosh . d id n ' t t h ey go ! I rode i11 a car w h ere t hey were a l l making. A f l l o"- ame a l o n .,. and wa n ted

to k n o w i f I wou lrl pla .Y card , but ma told m not t o peak t o trun<Ter· o l d i fl 11 ' t a n w r him but ju · t put my hand r i <Th t i n to m �·

o n the car .

pocket and t ook hold of my come. car

h oo k so aml were

nee

tomach.

�d iet

a n d hal loo cl for th

o full o f

when th

a w fu l near t i pp i ng over. 'Yhe n

I

11·her

th

y ou ? ' he of

le

car

on hi

moke that

went rou nd a

I hurl t o hold

c o a t aud

l

OY

"l

gue;-.

real

The

ick t o

harp coru er

we

my

came

aw a little black man

you'_ a Fre h m a n , ain t

1le h u i kling. right on de odder

r a n r l i\l r.

s bo rne aid h e would

t he ro om t h a t .'.U r . G r e e u u e<l t o h a >e rea l l t harl n tab! . a berl. t \YO ch a ir .

roo m .

wa

n with both hand .

.. Dem'

ai d w i t h a ch ucklt>. I wen t

I

a k e d h i m i f h e would plea e t 11 me

Colby �choolhon e wa . t ra i u . "

con luctor t o

aurl <Tri o oerl and w u t off.

got o u t of t h e c a r · a t Wa t n· i l l e, I

w i t h a h;1clg

sid

The man looked a t m e a m i n u t

a

ell me

h a p , i f I want d to buy a picture, a looking gla

n h o l e i n i t . for \Y h i c h I paid fi ft .Y d o l l a r-. t h en I paid ten do ll a r

for the locat ion . m a k i n !! in a l l

i x t.Y dol l a r'. a '" ry

<TOOU

t rade

with more

::\Ir.

sbo rn e ·a i cl . The b o y ;; were \'ery k i nd an<l lot

)lr.

t old l i i m t hat C h i p p ,,· a n d I t h e o c i ty t h a t h to any

h:ul

h e:ml

a re all girl .

th:tt i'Ir.

)fon<by n ight t h

to join the Phi

pr mi

bel o n <Ted to, t h e

ociet,r except t h e Y. ) I .

tbe . i g ma Ka p pa

h:w

o f t h e m cal le11 t h e fir-t f w day .

Wagg tea-eel me for a long tim

t>cl

' igma Kappa. . A . aucl t l 1 e A b

iUr. X.'·

'\an u waute

1

hi

ociet� but

I

1'1Ir. Xye t ha t we wo uld j o i n

wa

But

I

don't bel o n \)'

' kyward

j ok i 1 1 <T.

oci t,r for

I o-ue�. l i e m u ' t

m e to 1Tash di h e .

The

fi r· t

Sophomore · cal l ecl o n m e a n cl req n e t e d m e t o make


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T l l 1-:

a

' ( ) J, I: Y

'J. E .

H

m i < h t of · · . ' pn rtacu ' ' w h n

rig h t i n t h

Wh

y al l a l l ra n o u t .

th

J Jirill d

11

re gone, all(l t wo of � Ir. Drak "Ot th hPcl r h a i r. . Ir. l' 'th w 1 J ' L l t lllt: "0 n i g h t .ome of t h

t h e pi · t u r th

w

happ u to a ,

xc pt that " "

\' ry d;1y, u 1 1 t i l o u r hall gam

But

I tt:H y ou

tl --rl

p la.\ in"

wa�

horn

r

a way aft

a v

Th •

ry

long

ke p < t i l l ; I jn t hopped up an rl t h e boy

on.

T h e u m p i re ca l l ed t h

thr w t h e ball o u t i nto t h e fielrl. fa •or.

·wi t h fai r pla.v w

a l i t t l e b i t a n d t h ey a r The next

\Ye

hea t . So we

·onlrl

a l o t of

a t u rday n i " h t the

and

t h m e a · iiy . cat

enior

t h e d o o r aurl t h e

ta ir .

t oo.

t reate< l t h e , oph. b

Then we ate a p i n t of pea. n u t . tair

np

f o r o u r right. .

gi r l s are n icP. too.

a re t h e .Jun ior girl

t a q u a rt

cl

an11 _gave t i t

o t h a t the_r u

when

w

water

1

t

n

came

H ow t h e

l t a on o f u 1·ery u ice boy anrl

The.v woul d u ' t

The Jun ior

are a l l

Do you have pea n u t d r u n k

and b oys n ice ?

W I I , the

wonld

We coul d hHe hel ped i t i f we bad wan ted t o.

get hazer! if t h ey coul d hel p i t.

thei r

g

a m l gorry, d i d n ' t t h

alone we l e t t h e m t h rol\' a pail of water apiece on t a i rs.

to

Th n we a l l got up 0 1 1

o u t h d i v i i o n o f :N o r t h C o l l e cre ancl barricarl

T h e y t h re w, arnl t h e n we t h rew, b n t

J u n iors d i d s tand

au e th e,\·

o u 1· p a n u t d r u 1 1 k .

t m 1 1 down to Th m 1hon'

S o p h s ca me t h rough the tloor and u p

dow n

ill t h e i r

Tht:.\' cau ' t pl ay ba J J

t o k e e p f o r t k but thPy ate them a l l u p.

re t to t h e J u n ior

Ilt:.\ 1101'1

core wa' t 1ro t o o n e

hel l t h e m for t h e pea n u t d r u n k .

t h e fo urt h f l o o r of the

fly.

game j u � t b c::: nhe C a rl

The

h at frairl

took t h ·

x citttl I

t h o u <Tht i t would be a "Oo l t i me to bay

e n t t e n of our l a rg

of pean u t

tlOWll

o

. 'o p h

ou lcl 11 ' t on t h e "J'Ullcl . t am! an1l cheer c l

I wa'

t rnggle.

at

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THE C O L B Y ORA L E.

We a re green an l fr

h,

pro e, ors all say t h a t t hey neYer profe

ay. and we iun " t have man -

o t h e oth er bo _,-

or any good ,cholar . but we a r e a Ye r_,. t ough crnwd.

a t h l ete

or- con t i u nal l_L

Mr.

aw

uch a clas .

The

We •·wood up' th

sborue �ay_ we a re all bouncl for a pl a ce

where the.1· d o 1 1 "t ha,·e ice on t h e sidewalk_.

Do }-ou ha,·e ice a

fat·

? Perhap t here i where he mean . A while ago Jee,... of the girl ' ettee i n on of th Prof. ' room- ·o

o u t h a, Brun 1v i ck we sa .wed off t h e

that they would not ha 1·e to le t th e ir feet dangle.

IO

l e t t h ei r f

about o u r$ . e-pecia l l y w hen we hail ou r hoot would be mad . but he ju t

y ear. There, I a l mo

put

poi uc � r

th

on.

up

\\e are an awful set , a rn l v.·

· · A hem, rro 0 1 1 . "

boy

It i• bad for c h i l r l re n

t ha n g, Prof. Ad am- told u . a11tl we oug h t t o he care fu l

t

\Ye t h ought t l ie Prof.

to hi" no e. and

t i .!! h t of t h em : t h re cli<l n ' t u , e to h e h n t � i x . ,,ize - t i u .1- . cu n n i ng l i t t l e t h i ng .

The

one day hel1l out hi- hand agai n '> t th a rm ancl clitl n 't

Then hy :r nc l

h5·

another, b u t

he i

xt

fo rgot tO tel l :·ou nho n t our girk co- d:o � o me o( the

cal l t h m . but I woulll n " t bec au ' e t l i e �- rlon't l ike

ri ght und r hi

aill.

· 1 1 make t hi ng· bum n

a n o t h er girl

am

cr

n t leman from

Boston

Ea t

b i l l board, a 1 1cl t hey a l l six walk d

c o me

within

jtrt t h

,,am

a. 1Yhol e .1earl t al le r t han t h

i' i t clown t hey are al l of th

There ar

it.

T h e y a r e all ju·t of a

ame hei crlu.

ix

i n che� of touching.

height a� th

r ·r.

I t b i nk

it

re· t , t h n

B nt when t h e .1·

i- a w fu l

How about your crirl ·. bow man .\· are t he re and are th y pretty ? There. I can't t h i n k of a n y th i nrt ruor

fuuny .

to w r i te -o I w i l l cJo;;e.

Yonr lo\· iug frieuil for ' D :.. , BI LL.

P . ._ .

Tel l

before l o ng .

}fr.

H .nle th at pa 11·il l

en l ba ck ch at menc y -five dol lar


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lurk.ey 3v.rfer (+fue;�cd )

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en

m o rwmen[

S'u. n. c:L

Co11somme· 'Peo.. n uT dru n k, douj//t u1 c5trc c 1 8tgns

� r>ts Jr; s h\m u. 11) /�u i t Ru. is i n Cf ve be tte r>)

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H I STO RY OF '9 1 .

T

RCTH

a u c l i m pa n i a l i r _v a re th

t i n e1l to

and p ur po· • We

a l be i t

u n•in'. of

T h a t th

11T i t er.

th

en tia l 1 1 u a l i t ie, of h i t ry 1le·­

T h i. i

a hi t o ry of real irie

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wi h

not of fancie·.

h a l l , t h er f r , o m i t a l l que tio u· of doubt, a n 1 l r c r d o n l y fact

11·

xcit

t h e e 1 1 1".\ of t ho e who are jealou:; o f our achie1·eme1 1 t. .

l n t h e ti r-t place w e c l a i m to 1 e

11es .

\le c J:. 1 i m al o th at

h ' 1 l i put tl.

gmtle

oft 1 1

J n dce1l we h a v

men.

are � n h ; a n d a l l w i l l a k n o w l edge o u r

p ro1·ed that ,,.

ome of u

C o n equ ntly w

h a 1· e b e n the o n l y u ffo r r·.

are huma11.

ha ve o met ime

o u r ma ma , papa

11prenu1 ge11tleThi·, to o , will no t

erred. h u t 11·

Err r· we ha1·e com m itterl

p a· t .n•ar. h u t none w h ich excee<led o u r fi r t hom

• \"ti' t:xi t

fol l o w i n g may

a n d n u r· i n <r bot t le

a con c l i t i on t o p riorm w h a t t h e c o l lege

.

rror, t h a t o f

o ur

I"

clnriu,,. th e lea 1·in g at

Th refore we were n o t i 1 1

had a

riaht to e x pect o f u- .

\Ve "·ere e x pected to receil-e t h e nu o p h i ticated co nn t ry m 1 1 a rn l to ti t

t h em t o perfo r m the c u wmary d ut ie· incu mben t u pon t h em a n< l k eep t h rn i n t h e i r proper p l ace .

to

B u t how cou l c l we, "·hen w e h a d 1 1 0

::;en se of p ropri ty n o rega rd either for e tabl i ·lted en tom, o r t h e rtp11-

t a t io11 of om clas ? fo l l o w.

E v id e n t l .1 we were n ot marie to lea<l or

Our part �eem

to be the mean

Every fal l , h i t h e rto a c l a s don the u p per cl a, . y ear 1Ya

Every

fa l l

a

- to

t

u 1 erb l y mean .

be

the honored mant le pre

ophomore

la

i

e x pected.

r i �h t ly

11tec1 hy The

ht

t h e exception, for o ur members re-enforced t h e ?1ew-comer\

i n crea sing t b e total to seven t y , the l a rgest Fre h rnan clas

ever

·een at

Colby . Thi

fns i o n

of t h e t wo elemen t

made it difficu l t fo r u

t o p re erve

o u r iden t i t y , and the recrui t e x perienced no l i t t l e i nco1wenience in di tin­ g u i,h i 1 1 g u

from t h e m elve .

So i t som e t i mes b a p penerl that we there­

by e caped n n p l ea ant t reatmen t from t he i r hands.

For all

thi

we


TH E

COLBY

lia \·e to t h a n k t heir grt>enne,

wh ich wa

everybodv ea i l y recoO'nize<l u ex1

greater than our

in that th ere

Xo one el e fel l i n t o thefr m i ·take howe\, r. for

w ·re more of tbern. year'

27

O RA C L E .

rience iu

ubmi

to be gen uine, docile Fre b men of one

ion.

W"e, had no objection t o bei 1 w con-

icl red uch a. lono· a· our i n e x perience<l Fre· l i men mate

l oyal to n and aclm i t tecl u. t o be t h i r equal .

rema i n tl

B u t when they bega1 1 t o

p u t on t h e n eO'lectacl ' o phomoric m a n tle a n r l to pl a�- the part of mor

a nd to t h r at n u , n ay

opho­

,-en t0 in u l t u · . we \>e re paine<l . <Hld

tried to com 1 romi�e. Their t l 1 1·eat and demand c l irl not a l wa_v: i n ti midate u , ho we,·er. for wh n

heldoun t h reaten d to w h i p the whole clas · , we w re not irreatly - wi"ht he ex pect d from our n a t u re.

terrified, could not

x ec u te b.

w h ich we could not rn n .

Thi

t h l} principal even t

Bloo<lr :Jlonday.

I t wa

tancl out i n our I i i cory . a n d

The

fi r t of them t o k place 011

u n l uckily attempt cl to i u- t ru ' L

then that w

I t wa ea. y for u , aft rwarcl t o r cogn iz

tha t we blu ndered i n attemr t i D u

ment.

ion .

A l a . t h a t our c l i cre t ioD

Our nex t •lt tempt t

c ra i n ed.

bould hav

h en u 1 1 h ecled.

with ut

The :r ngg r

ru tom�

wen: u n re-

and the wa

p rformed what " · e d id will n v 1· bt>

lt m u t remai n a matt r of conj ctur .

our re. embla1 1ce t o our oppou o t - who i n while- we p rform rl t h ir .

Fail ure,

OD t he ball fi 111.

o-ame rival · i n ve n t ion.

Confu ·ion ra n riot and Fre h m n actecl a How 1\'

ex pla i ne<l .

pa

una Phi Chi

teach the un oph i�ticate<l

w re by u rli 1·egarrlec1. before.

h a<l

B u t we l is tened not to r a,on . hut tu e.xcit -

retreat di grace w;c the re-ult. The <le,cri 1 t ion of t h i

\Ye knew t hat

ucl1 1111 und rta k i ng.

th ." w n: i u DO mood tO receive u , for w a�ki n " their p rmi

room from

w h ich

wh ich a o t'J make u p our r cord. our i u e x peri need brot her .

k new that h

we carefully a \'oirl t l , a11<1 t h 1 1 � he mh

pre\·en tecl from cruell .'· tr a t i ng n . Th �e a r

ince w

he cauo-h t u · a l l in 0 1 1

t h reat u n l e

nev r known ati factoril_v

IV'P a t t ribute i t to

ome way performerl our part

It t h u

happe11e<l t h a t a l t hoLwh they , u r­

Th n followed the pea n u t drunk.

The cau e of the t rouble c1ir1 n o t

ed u

in pla:, i 1 1g. we were credited \ ith the mo t run .

orio-iDate with u pr v iou

repult<e

o we are not to be charged w i t h courti 1 1 a def at .

Onr

h ad h en honorable al though i ne \·i tablc. but we blush

t o ay that in thi i n ta11ce we were gui l ty of acti on

u nprec d n ted i n the


T l l J,;

annal

m i n a cy

a11d m 'IY

hav

applau eel any. l o tart, and ou r on ly v i r t ue, t h a t of po w i ncl and noi e

bav

ha

l:I

ct cl no tbin rr worthy t o b

l ai Jy cul t i rnted o u r o n l .'¡ ta l e n t .

unlimit

<l

amo u n t o f

rel ate1l a l t h ough

W'


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C LA S S O F ' 90 . C l a,

Color He! iotrope.

C la-- Yel l . X-i-(i:.e-t · - Rah !

O F F I C E RS. Pr

ide 1 1 t . .

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.

Yice-Pre-id ·nt,

. .

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. .

.

. E r. w o o n T.

.

ecreta r�- a nd Trea urer.

L. l\l 1 LL 1r n . R T I I L" H .J. R o 1n: n r .

.

:\I E R T O X

T o a t )l a. ter.

PRE E Orator . . Poe r . .

TATIO

DAY OFFICER . . .J E n �: m .>.. H E. B · n K E .

. .

W nu . x .

C H A R L E ' E. A '" E R E L L .

.

. ERXE'T

.

H i torian . . Awarder of Prize .

l\fa r hal . .

.

.

.

COM M I T T E E 0

ODE

A o o r n F . TR n :, Co n x 1 E 1\ I . S r E A l�, A s x r n E. L 1 TT L E F I E L I>,

E L n RA

'. H A L L . A K :o..- A

EXE C U T I

)h :LY 1 :s- ) L . ' :\! I T H . "ilI E RT

· . Cnrn r x r. s .

E CO 1 M I T T E E . \r 1 L L L · DI

x L. � l r L L E R .

R.

C nn 1


'I l l �: ( 0 1. IH

m

to

110.

J.E.

! O R H I STO RY.

J

w i t h a real i z i n g �em.

OH

of

o u r 011·n i m portance, a n d of t h e work

The Sophorn re chl:;s, consciuu · o f t h e i r own i nferiority, l ook d u pon n:;; \\' i t h <\ 11-e : t h e .J u 1 1 ior

cl. s

w ith pr·ofounc l n.cl m i ra t io11 . <lll<l t h e .._' enio r

cl as. 1r i t h n:a l . t h ough u 1 1 w i l l i n cr re p c t . The u u a l h a z i n g t r i ·k

of

11·

r e . at fi r t. t ried u pon

our n u mber. b u t rue t w i t h

h a z i n ir th

cla

e x perim n t .

affa i r , a n • l wich

·

of

'HO

om

of t h

weake L

nch vigorou re i tance a n ( ] r tal iatiou that

oon became a u n u ati·factory-nay . a

chtn "

rou

. . Bloo l y :\ f o J H l a _v " u igbt w a· rather a tame anrl l i fe!

Ol llew h a t of a

u rpri e to n . w h o had a 1rn i t rl ic

orne n a t u ra l t repid a t ion .

an.1· an 1 a l l appreheu ·ion

From t hat

night

comi D a

dated o u r r l ea e from

o f i n abi l i ty t o hold our o w n i n auy c l a

di -

t n rbance . The cl a� ga me of ba l l ea i l y re. u l ted in o u r favor. our nin

It

i

probabl

cou l d h a 1·e bea ten, at that t ime, t he pick of t h e re·t of th

A t t h e ba11que t fo rn i h e l n

t hat

oil

b y t h e J u n ior i 1 1 celebration of o u r v ictory,


LBY

f H F.

OR�cu:.

33

a fe l i n o- of foll o w hi p \Yn e·t;\bl i shed be t ween o nr t wo cla· e" w h ic h . . Ir. w a, w h i l e we la ted a :i l o u g a· ,, ,, con nect i n \Y i t h t h e c o l l ege . were clown t o w n enj .r i 1w t h a t l>a n q u e t , that t he Sophomore·, i n t igatecl

aided by · " I , de t el' ru i 11 eu t o k e e p u s o u t 0 1 1 o u r 1·t:t 11 rn . pnrpo e ba r ricaded ll)ors and w i 1Hlo,r. e x t i n g u i ,, h ed J i trht and

t l f o r t ha t

antl carried

tory pail a ft r pail of water. for t he p u r po·e o f po u r i n cr it

to the fo u rth u pon our

an

d eYo t ed head:-.

ur

axe pro,·ecl

to

m uch for t h e i r barri ades,

and t hen came the wild ru h for t h a t upper :;to r.1·.

_\..

fe1Y m i n u t e"

later we enjoye 1 t he spe tacle of t h e i r l e ng t h .'- champion pro - t rat ed i n

a

m i n i a t u re m i l l 11011<1 formt•l from t h e wa ter \\' h i · h harl to b p o u red fort h t o cool hi- mi-cruirled imp t uo:,.ity.

t u rha 1 1 c e i n regard t o ,.en�ral a rt i le· belongi n g

Dnrincr t h a t � a m e fal l t e r m occu rred the little tli t he to

ophomore ' orcran.

diffe re n t

br theren ,

of o u r c l a - -

member

we

A ccordingl y , we

l e te nn i n ed

to

safety wer

to

the \1y

t h e act of removal m i « h t h a v it w a . th e

our

wer

t t le

rn e u t

� -or w r e o u r mean

.

tr ncrth

s

the

oon

e n t er <1 i n t o n

·la

t h re

the

of

very prof

-room work a. a n y c l ; t ·

One of t h e m o� t imer

Th

·

of

' '7

P re · i 1 len t

f cour·e

got i a t ion· for

materia l l y aided t h i·

sor

re

in

t he

h i t o r y of th

v · n t · of t h e year

q 11ce If-conceit f

The

out. t.

into " h o- , room we tam , au l

ol icl, t h o ro u gh . cholar h i p

in con e u

u ra n ce a u d a bra z e n

Yer;-

oou bec a m e

ha u u d ou b t dly m a i n t a i n ed a

t i n o-

by a 1 1y

t b e campu · antl bal l .fiel 1 1 .

aftlict <l with q u i te · t u 1

h igh rnnk in

u1 t i tu t io n .

wa

th

bad mono po l izecl t h e hon ors i 1 1 t he J i u

�-ear an<l w

oro-an

Th

Perha1r it i · need le-- to

and v i cro r o f o u r int llectual chara ·ter. at th

r p u t a t ion of o u r cla· · for

cla

o m p l i cat i on -

e x 1 d i t io n � l y . of . afe cone • a l me u t .

- d u riug thi· fi rst term of co l l ege !if

fi r m l y e tabli hecL O u r cla

a

\Yith

domain

a t t n\ct d t h e a t t e n t i o n o f

th

bet ter

T h e i r pr ·ence d u ri n O'

of a ffa i r· .

11 c e

coufi u ed t o

repri�aL

l ark n i crht when

were paralyzed by the lo s of th ir ru u t h pi e ce.

a short i n te r v i e w ·

of

f cou r�e i t wa

ab, u t .

the ret u rn o f a l l m i appr l riate l prnpert '\.

t

ophomore

act

1nietly a n d

t ro n o- a rm"- to a plac

'o p homoric friend

ay t ha

of ou r

rrl e ne

lie rook it

even if it w er e a bit o u t of t u n e a n d

am icable

,, i n

g i ,· e n J"i,e to n nple a -< \ l l t

e i z u re wa" made

con • y ecl by

wa

cloor-

u

a l l dO\Yll t o m 1 .

t o take it when t he . ophomor ,

A

of

retal iate

e izecl th ir o rcran .

of 1t

t h e crnanl ian

Traci n " t h e lo

<lll

'

7

Field Day.

of a t h le tic- for i m mocl ra te

e l i­

nclou· proport ion . The


·1 1 1 1: ( ' f l . ll Y I IL\!

34

1 1 r c la s i, h a r l

I.E.

ma 1 1 �

·a r · f u l l,r t ra i 1 1 Prl a 1 1 < 1 l t a1l

The

hail a11 o p p r t un i t y to

uccceded mo t arlmirably n o o n e will cleny w h witne cb

the mode t a n d <re 1 1 t l ma 1 1 l ,r app,arance :incl behavior of t hat t h roughout t h

t ra i n i n g t ha t it

'91

a

ntir

year.

In

fa t,

o t horourrh wn

o ur cour e

ff Ct' can even be t ra eel iu t h e co1 Hluct of t h e c l a

' ophomor

\\

.

made a fin e

tart i n thi

A ft r a c h F r

' Blood) J\Ionday" n igh t .

o{ of

matter o f di ,.,ci p l i n e on

h ma n h a d l a rn e l I i i'

om-

t ry problem for t h e n x t morn i n rr ancl had r tir 1 1 t o hi:; <101n 1 y couch . we appeared on the

cene.

uietly, b u t fi r m l y , 1rn i iw i t d t l i e

innocent to w a ke, ri e and yielt1 a t tention. a n wer and

to querie

relatirn to hi

haYing received

mo t

I

a't J i f

an l i n te n t ion

exce l l e n t ad1·ic

ful .

for t h e future,

iu regard to hi

conduct while a Fre bma n , h e ret i red 1dt h more or le I n the

even t con urned tb

proper

preci pitation.

ophomore-Fre b man uame of base ba l l , we 1Yere again

Celebration of t h i

le pin u

Having giY n ,ati factory

gr ater pa rt of on

ucc 1 1 i o-h t

and several cords of wood from t h e ri ver bank . Fond o f innova t ion , w e at tempted. during t b e w i n ter t e r m , t o ru n t h fires i n t h e recitation room

in

tove

from wh ich t h

coYer- had heen

removed, but our worthy j a n i tor objected to the n w arrangemeu t all(l we gave it up.

We al o entertain ed the idea of barricading t h e chapel

door to the excl u ion of all cla Doctor i n troduced bis !mud

in

es but our own one mom i n u b ut the the

matter an<l n e

rel i uq u i-11ed t h e

plan. The ' 9 1 F a ! e Orcler

,

w h ich n·ere popularl y

u ppo e < 1 to h a v e come

from our hand , con tained nothing to offend the mo t fa t id iou

ta te.

The " R ag Haby" d i tnrbance, which occurred d u ri ng t he F re h m a n P r i z e Reading. while condem ned b y a f e w of t he m o . t pu rit a1 1 ica l among


35

THE

t h e audience.

\nl'

con idered in general a

a u amu in . harrule s. prac­

t ical joke. At t h e '"" Fi I d Day the

w Uf1aiu bore a1rny t h e honor a n d ecured for cup.

econd t i m e the rla

The

work clone b�· our cla

acknowl dged hy al l to b

i 1 1 it

P rize Reading an<l Declamation i

of the h i!!h ·t order.

In t h e w i n ter term of our J u nior year. w ab- r i t u te for t h e J unior E x h ibit ion i n p ired by the

t fr t 'lebate and th

a

induc d tl1

Prize

bri l l iant

Debate.

manner i n

Facul t y to

The

intere-t

wbi h it

\nlS

conducted lea,·e l it t l e room to loubt t h a t it n· i l l be a regul r feature of t h e col l ge work i n the fut ure. Thu , on e1·ery line of far to the fron t.

talen t .

''e have furni-h

anJ pol i t ical th

From it

fut ure.

peaker .

ollege act i,-ity, the cJa5. ran k· has

rl tea her..

come

0111

of · 9 0 ha

of our

pu h d

be-t ba e ball

preachet", vymna inm in t ructor

Proud of our pa t . we look w i t h conficlen e to


,s)'fnfU.S itJ.fYI..

;!)i°He.rT.c.tion..--on.. Mo.cun.. . c5h.e7 (sk,ins) Rtte" .5CJ.. u. c e.

Jow/B;ddy.

C .._c... m:, _, ..

C f'u. m rn

cB rc.. rc lt -Gfh.

ed .

Lu f(y.

7{,f,Ples (dried.)

ktti

fru. ftt

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THE

ORACL E.

OLBY

C LA S S O F

' 89.

Col or, Pearl and Wine.

Cla

Yell . O� too-Gi t a

las:

37

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OFFICER Pre idem. . Yice Pr

.

.

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i leu t . .

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F R A N K E.

Nn : .

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. H. E Y E R ETT F A R x u or.

cretary and Tr a urer. . Toa� t l\Ia ter, .

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. C H A . H. P E P P E R .

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.

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L. P i:: P P E R .

n.

C L ASS D A Y O F F I C ERS. 01'ator, Poet,

. .

.

H i torian .

Prophet . . Acldre

t o C11rl raradu a t

Parting Addres . . l\Iar h a ! ,

. B E EC H ER P C T N A M .

.

.

.

'talistician, .

.

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.,

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. A B R A �I WnrAx.

E D ''" ARD F.

T EVEX

1 1 . E Y E R F.TT F A R X H A ) l .

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X EL .

. COM M I T T E E 0

u

P .\. R K E R P.

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.

B

RLEIGH. RB..\. X K .

KING. I l ENRY B . WOOD .

O D ES.

.

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O

I A R Y L. T BEY

H .\ TT I E M. P A R �I E X T E R, c. H. P E PP E R ,

A B R A )I

WY:UAN.

EXE C U T I V E C O MM I T T E E . E u G E X E L . " A )f P� ox.

r

B E E C H E R P uTX A ) ,

H. E Y i,: R gTT F A R N H A :u .


TllE

3

OLBY

'LE.

H

S EN I O R H I STO RY.

H

J.

m nt

in

T O RY i

of no t rn e i m portance h u t a

We do n o t w rite t h e h i t o r y o f our c l a

y

tb

t i t ut ion.

other c l a

e

will Th

t a ncl a

'

col l e a

OR<\

But i n t h e

·

e , bo t h in t h e i r conduct an

may be l ed to avoid the long.

h i ·Lorie

m u rr1ered.

The ' are

A n d 'Ile hope by t h e

Wh n ou t h e

'I

for t h e

in w ri t i 1 1 cr t h e i r b i · torie

t y l e of t h i ept.

2 1

much a t tention to t h e chapel e.xerc i e · . more

many of n

baking h a nd

Two

haYe n o t yet received our l a t .

ome of our member for college s t uden ts. more class were

ob cn·er

'enior

and

w e r e p l ay i n "

a n d looking a t u .

we got our fir t duck i n cr in

tom, no college l a \Y

o

cla

eemed t o b e pay ing

were d i l igen t l y giving all t heir a t ten tion t o the

came from chapel

; t h a t t h ey olby for

5, we ma rrh d "ol m n l y i n t o

None of t h e u pper c l a. m e n

T h e re t were

c l a.-

hi tor.Y to prove t h a t on

chape l , w e f I t t h a t w e were t h e observed of a l J

poker.

our

Fre hman procl i v i t i e .

morn i n g of

bebav l accord i n <Tl y .

l i t t le effort

guidance of fu tu re

tyle w h ich ha- been i n Yogue in

h i toriau ha ou tgrown h i th

o- td lecl cla

w h ich h a ,·e b fa l l e n

rl nri11g t h e pa t four year , may be of u e cla

t ru e hi tory of

fre b e t kind of bomba t ; aud w e hope that thi

while fai t h fu l l y c h ronicl i n cr the e\·ent

d

cu tom. a re a r corrn i z

t rue h i t o r y i

L F: - ,

oa.

t o b o a t of our acb ieve­

a d i ffer· not m u ch from t h

that h a ,·e prec d cl her.

u uaJly pnbl i heel i n t h merely tli

long a

hi t o ry of

a moral 1

it con tain

The

ervice

.

'opho­

A

we

col l ege, ancl perhap

Cont rary to t h e u ual c u -

were given us, ancl perhap· t hat w i l l explain w hy have a l ways

eemecl to t h i n k there wer

During our fi r t term our rela t ion

omewh a t

trained .

no law'

with t h e . opbo­

They t h rew water and some of u

a ttempted to retaliate, and never got t h e pun ishment we fel t we richly


T H E COLHY O R A LE.

de ern<l.

39

. ' o m e of our member· decorated the biJl board w i th poetical Our room· were

effu ion- wh ich \'\ere objection able t o the Sorihomor , . entered and

u n d ry arti le

remo,·ecl : we were bea ten i n the

Fre- h ma n ball game ; i n fact . o n r e x perience w a Fre h m e n during the fi r- t t e r m.

.A t t h e beo-i n n i n g of t h

a n e w m rnb r joiuerl u .. a lacly . ha

fiYe.

We have ah-my

and i t i

bad a

it wa

u u a l for

wi n t e r te r m

The n u mber of lacl ie

been very u ncertai n , omet irne

opbomore­

that whi h i

in our cla

t wo, and i t h a - e'len reached of our cla

pecial regard for the ladi

no fau l t of t h ei r� that t h e o-en tlemen are a lmo t u n a n i mou ly

oppo e 1 t o co-educat io n .

In

the

and be a

pri n o- t erm of t h a t year, w e re-a l i t t le l i k e Fre h men a

embled, determined to t ry

po· ible.

ome

memb r

brough t

ca11e · upon the campu , b u t t h e�- were

peedily confi cated.

n i n g before the

ome of our member- decid d

t h a t t here wa

ophomore d clamation, need of

x t ra a n n o n nceme n t of t ha t

.Accordingly

t ou t for a ne io-hbori n cr town. with a

o n t h a t e\·e 1 1 i n cr four triecl men

copy of w h a t t hey con idered a nece po ter .

vent.

The eve­

ary

uppleme n t to tJ1e

There may have b en . omet h i n cr fatal i n

that

ophomore

x pedition for

t h o ticrh 11oue o[ tbo e men were e v r di ciplin ed by the facul ty, yet of the fo ur o n ] �- one remain- w i t h u ala . i n t h e di tri bu t i o n � om to the facu l t y .

To t he

ophomor

w h ich we need not apologize, m i nd- it "·a

now.

Fa t clay morning.

do<la r

w e r e cl t

came out, h ut

t e <l a n d report

d clamatioa w e carri cl c a n

i nce w

were Fre h m e n t h n.

n o more t h a n riah t that Wt: ti k , a11d

fair cha1 1ce to break t ho-e

Th

u n fortunate

hould o-iYe the

o we carried

To our a

'opbomore

them

cl

, for

1

i n t o chap

Yery l i t t le iud ed rlid .we h ea r of t h e pray r of the

rev r n d Bapti t cl rgy maa �O full were we of t h a t n a t u ra l trepicl ation w h ich even t h e brave-t fe l on the eve of t h e good fort une of t h e wri ter of t h i mau to l ave tbe prot c ting door broken

arl �' in t h e fray,

i n ce h

battle. u n encu mbered by h i n e i ther bitter n o r J o n .,., It

of the

i n ce t h ere w a wa

t ick.

The battle wa

cane

harp, but

little hard fe l i n o- on either

ide,

prevented by t h e faculty.

oon tran pired that one member of our cla the cau e of t h e f a mou

cond Fr

chapel, a n cl t o get h i

pended for part icipation in t h e aforement ioned pa wa

It wa

t rng.,.l e.

had then a chance t o take part in the

ch ri heel

a n d all con t e n tion over frao-m e n t

ome gr a t

h i tory to he t h e

••bo.rcott. '

wa

i ndefi n i teJy

i n o- of clod er · .

u Thi

Con ideri n g a l l t he c ircnm-


T i l l•:

40

L E.

houl<l hav

tan

t ion of

exami n n t ion . afte r 1 1

n in t h e

ity an<l

,·ening at t h e

p l a :rn t c t epi ode. o f our coll ere con1·. of

'

9'

ace pted.

'\\-

lt

pea ks mo·t empha t ica l l y

". re i n d te<I to accompany U' anrl

ga l l a u t ry t h a t t he ladi

rettu·n<><1 to the ca m pn

fee l i ng t h a t w

wer

in tru t h no

longer Fre hm n . '\ \ h n w

cl

auai11 a , mbl

o p homore_.

to

commenc

the

ft

Only eighte n boy. \I' re I

ol lege y ar. w

to u , but we

la11i . , one of whom, howe,·er. remain tl w i t h u

b u t one

were

ain ed t wo t rm.

'\\- e

looke l a t the Fre:;hmeu. realizing the care t h a t h a 1 devoh· d upon u . Th y eviden t l y t ho u o-h t th y ,,. re too

tl'O D O' for u· : hut. a" i

c a e . i n t e l lect w a t o o m u c h f o r bru te

t reugth . a u d w

t h a t di

i pl i ne wh ich i·

o uoorl for F re hme11. anrl \\·ere reward

eeinu t h em t u rn o u t rrood dozen of ou r cla

ev r t h e

k pt t h em i n

ophomore

emergenc:· "·a 1 1 o t long in coming.

\l e

av cl t h em to pay print ing expen es of • ·The A h . k .nntrtl

reception given by one of our member For two day

oon t ran p i r c l t hat i t \Ya

Tbi

tole t h e F r e h me11'. •·bor e . . '

D u r i n u t h e l a t ter p a r t o f t h e t e r m , w h i l e o u r cla l i appeared.

h.'·

gaYe t h e i r whole a ttent io n to t h e work of caring for

t he F re hruen, but t h e re t coulrl be relied upon in an erueruency. and

ll

n l y h al f a

t he n e x t year.

at hi

home, th

l a r ion . "

enjoy in." a

wa

9

cla

organ

\\'e knew uot where it had go11e.

But i t

concealed i n

',

a h o u e near t h e campn .

, hould we get it by force a u d bring i t t r iumphantly back to our room ? B,r 110 mean .

it

back.

The hand

t h a t carried it a "·ay mu t be made to bring

ll i t h i n t h ree day, no Freshman had au.r lamp

book. o r


T H E C O L B 1 O RAC L I•: .

4l

c l o t h in g except t h e l i ttle h e wore. anrl a l mo t eYery portabl e a r t icle of confi cate I.

Fre h man propert.r wa

till the cla

we had to re ort to e x t reme measure .

\Ye

obdurate. and

elec te<l a con�picuow

of '90 for i 1 1di.,·idual d i Ci ] l ine.

member of the cla

� i x teen

of '89 'iYi t h four buckets of water. a cen<lt-rl tlw

t h e cla

outb Coll ege, bm--t l u mber

with an i ·y

a F re h m a a '

rloor, auci wak necl

The next morn ing t h e pre·ident of the Fre h man cla

wa

the t wo cla

It wa

Thi

wa

ion

to a down-towu l i very

table

Behind th

A

c l a ri n g

fe\\'

They were l ocat tl.

pirit

Four men

of count n ance o n e n igh t ,.,. n l e i t h i r \\'<l ,Y cured a n expr

warron ancl dro,·e rn p ­

A t t he hou e t h a t crom1

t h ree got out and, creepi n •• caut ion ly o ,· er th

t he building .

Ju;;t t u rk .r � u p pe r

term that th

m u t be had.

w i t h determined ex pre tr e t .

wanted to t rea t

effected, a n d for a term a ncl

of C ol by .

eel brated by a . ophomore cla

idly up Main

mid n igh t

on the mo t fri nd l y te rm . .

wer

du r ing t h e latter part of t h i

liad decided that turk .Y

hi

of

of olcl

The .> t h e 1 1 wen t q u i t l y to their room .

douche.

for peace and exchange booty.

a half

men

tair

The fourth man dro,·e on.

t h e b i l l t hey ha l ted ,

wall, d i'<l J pe a rec l h h ind Let u.

fol low t h e t l 1 re .

hou e, on a fence, were roo t ing th ree t u rkey .

a w i u d o w i n w h ich was a l i O'h t .

B u t be b i n c l

1 he t u rkey mu. t b e ha l . however a n d t h e t h ree m e n cau t iouJy a cl rnu ce<l upo11 t h e m . e<tch e l ecting hi turkey. Tb t w o nd men were able to grn p the n eck· of their elected Yictim , b u t t h e middle t u rkey wa nT ong encl fro n t . au 1

them wa

wa

m i secl flying w i t h a loud t h ud again t t h e w indow.

H o w he al way l a mented O\'er th The t wo c a p t u red t u rkey bill.

There t h e foraO'er

tlie p l under, a n d t hen

were borne ha t il_y aero . t h e Ji e l d

c l o \\' 1 1 t b e

topped for a mom nc to cut off t he headt> of

ough t t h e road ide to await th

comrade w i t h t h e team.

Poor --- !

h a ndfu l of tail fea t h e rs h e -t' u rt<l .

They d id not w a i t 1 0 1 1 0'.

ret u rn of t h ir

Down t i e h i l l h e

T he ca me, w i th another wacron con tain i n g two m e n i n h o t p u 1-- u i t . party awaiting <la . heel o u t from their concea l ment, ha t i ly c l am lw r cl aboar<l, anrl on t h ey wen t .

The p u r ue1·

a t tbe cro ·ing a l i n e of freight car of the p u r ued.

h a<l lo11 0' cour e

They t urned, baffled for a 1110111 n t , but

anot her way o u t o f their difficulty, and ben eat h the t ree

were a l mo. t l e ft be h i nd . when

i n terru ptecl t h oon \Yer

oon found

re t i ng t h e t i recl hor e

on t h e ca mpu .

But t h e t wo fo wl

a l ready

ecurecl were u o t :en o u g h .

011 a

cer t a i n


T i i i·:

0 1, U Y

0 1{

I

' L I� .

of

t o - h a n d eucou n ter with t h i

cla

. b u t by

v ry poi u t exc p t the ba c ba l l rrame.

at

t ruggle a b o u t the F r aicl, that fal e ord r u po n them ! trunk.

the top

mu t b

m mb r · pe n t a whole

o m e F re h m u

h et, but the fear o f

t h ey d i l l n o t dar was t i l l t h e order

Now wa

We

publi hed.

n d i n " off the copy, u n w i

an<l aft r hi

On

h m a 1 1 1· a<l i o a.

tr:Hau m we had b a t n t.hem to come the fi n a l

aid or our "' h a t

ecret

oci t y

h arrl w o r k wa

put

u n day co1 y i rJO' the fi r t <l raft

ly p u t t h e origi n a l man u cript i n

i n ve t i O'a t i ng, open d t h e t ru n k , a n d read 'ophomore

t o u c h that

h et,

a1 peare<l.

Thi

vengeauce wa

o

"reat t h a t

o t b y n ever k n e w w h a t t h e re�t i

their own

tory of t h

affa ir.

The order came out o n the en:nin u before t h e Prize Head i n g the fii--t copy

howina a t the "

widely over the town the la

t cl

ca<le,

ongo"

aud were d

ociabl .

T b ey were

oon

i n ce t h ey were w i t ty and con tained n o objectionable

feature .

That clay we endeaYored t o make one l a

t h e gra .

tain

from our charge , a n d

t

effort t o clean e -

ucceeded fairly w e l l .

t i me t hey have o[ten remarked with gra t i t ude that t h ey ow than can ever be repaid.

The not ice

n ea r to re u l ting di astrou ly for effort to a n n oy in a n y way t h e cla

of po tponement

ome of t h e Freshmen

ay t h a t

h a · e worked

houlder with us for t h e good of t h e colleue. work only eiuhteen

of us being left t o take u p t h e burden of col lege duties. look with undisturbed compo u re upon exciting men.

o

w re our la t

of ' 9 0, a n d we can t ruly

The .J u n ior fal l found us agaiu ready for a year'

cla

iuce that more to u

wh icb came

t h ey h o l rl a h igh p l a c e i n our e t e e m , and f o r two y e a r houl der to

cat terecl

the he. t for

erveclly commended a

trugglc

V{e n o w could of t h e under­

A l most the fir t affair of i n tt:rest, t o u , was the

Freshman ball-game.

ophomore­

As is na tmal for ,Juniors, we longed t o

ee the


THE

O li A

ver known t o pJay and a

readily admit ted. a better game than t h

in the face of the ru l e

u mpire I t wa

becau e t he Jo.,

of t h i

t e a m that w e garn them the t be5· won.

.J 3

L E.

B u t though they pla yed t!1e be · t aam

Fresb me11 ,·ictor_. man team was

'OLHY

ome

of

any Fre-h-

th ir opponent

ophomore , ·et fate ancl the

cleciclE:d i n foyor of the game

wa

uo fau l t

,_

ophomore .

of the

Fre h me n

upper w h ich w o u l d h:.t\'e

And that they l o t the game \\'a

b e e n t heir

no fa u l t of

'

hatl

9, for t h

, 'ophomore pitcher admitted that w h en he walked i n t o the b o x h e m e t t h e mo t terrific c h i u n i n a he e Y e r faced. During t b i

I.Joy

term om

affair , made their

debut i 11

, h i t herto w h o l l y wra pped u p i n college

town

populari ty w i t h t h e fair l a cl i e ervedly their .

Cla-

brawl

ha

with two t he cla

Our a

n e ,-er been even l y cl i \'i(] eparate cour e ha

with the

and to

fa. ulty haYe for

•l

Jona

time

the col lege o popul a r with ' fa cinatiug

tud.r ha ve

9.

work h

tarted mor

bring· t h

or A dam,, and can o n l .Y rearet that we

u nder h i m cl n1·i.ng o u r whole conr e. or , b u t l a c k of

ould

We would lik

pace forbid .

w i th the other cla se

O f c o u r e cluri n o- the fi r t two y e a r were a l i ttl

adj u tecl. u

\\e ar

grateful to t h e m a l l , in our b half.

have n e ,· r h

we hacl auy acc1 uai 1 1 t a n c

plea ant ; we have never m i , ed a cla. the depa r t u re of '<

not ba,·e work •d

11 Yer · u n plea a n t .

we fel t t h a t our r l a t ion

. eem cl a model cla. . ,

our early

mo t of i t

to mention a l l t h e

t ra i n ed, �'et th y have a l w a y . b e e n

The olde t cla

t hey al way

earch

the aymm\ ium w o r k n n cler

b o t h co llectively a n d i n d i ,'id ual l y f o r t h e i r effort

e

. hau-­

ame

<lepartment i11

t h a n one mind 01.1 r

Vi-e h a Y e mo t decid <lly enjoyed

la

very

1Jnder Profe .or . m a l l we fir t b o-an t o

Profe

Our relat.ion

n

a n d b i · oriainal m t h o c l of t eachi ng th i

own.

profe

b

we h a \e enjo_recl t l i e in tru t ion of Pr -

t i n� i n formation an l i n tere t i n a tyle that h a ,•e made hi know w h a t b i tory wa

The

ociety.

o mnch fr e lorn of e l ection that

or El1ler in a Bible cla . · and to t h i

fe

t n cl i

l o n e l ec t ive . bnt the doinir a11·ay

a l l owed

For the la t t wo y ar

cl -

on. no i n tere t for them.

n ever been ,-ery long clivicl d.

o iation

p l ea a n t .

ha

o

beau tiful c i t y , w h ich i-

had. from t b i

!riven to t h ir

Their whole atten t ion wa cla

ociety, and l airl the foundatio11 of t h a t of t h i

with wa

O u r r colle tio11 o much a

of '

that.

nemie . our later friend .

'90 w e ha,·e ahYay worked with mo t cordiall_,.,

with o m e

ati factorily '

6.

To

7 are very

We regr t ted The c]a

of

whether i t were i n rren-


44

TnE

RA

, L E.

tb c mmitt

of tb cla


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l

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toward paying

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to

t i me

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to recei1·e

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The cla - i

are

uot n o w engacred.

very much d i vided a

ology is the 011ly st udy "· h ic h h a

to t h e i r favorite

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the h i trhe t type of a. t rne

tate

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49

T H E C O L B Y O RA L E.

TRU ST E E S A N D F A C U LTY O F C O L BY U N I V E RS I TY. B O A R D O F TRUSTEES. l i.: R R I L L , A . I.

Hox. J . WARR E X

hairman, ecrelary, .

H oN. P E R C ff A L B O N X E Y , A. I., R A :\ E , D. D.

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J . Co RT J J E L L

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. Portland.

.

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50

T i i i::

COL B Y

OHA

L �..

FAC LTY OF I STR CTI O R EY . BABCOCK

E O H ' E D. B.

D. D ..

l' E P P E H.

P R E I DEN T. AL

PROFE

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OF

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OF MODERX

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LANGUAGE

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TRY.

1... J:T D. TAY LO H , . )I . THE LATIN L A N G A G E A N D LIT1':RAT

OF

M THEMATIC AND

PROFE S O R O F

A L B I OX OF

RI

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TORY

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PROFES O R

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PROFE

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PROFE

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POLITICAL

ECONOMY.

W I L L I A M A. R O G E R , A. I . , P 1 1 . D. PROFE SOR

OF PHY

res

AN

ASTRONOMY.

D

Vil. H. B A Y L E Y PROFESSOR O F J\IlNERALOGY

P a . D. . A D

H A T L E R l\l A T H E \\ ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

O F RHETORIC

CHARLE

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INSTRUCTOR

IN

GEOLOGY.

.M., NS T R U C T O R I N ,

L',

A . l\I.,

GYMNA T I C S .

P RO F . E . W. H A L L SECRETARY

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0

AND REGISTRAR.

BO RNE . . . . . . . . . . . . JANITOR.

ELOCU

TION .


THE

COLBY

ORA

51

J. E .

W H I S K EYV I LUE. ( Tran-lated from

the

riginal Kennebec Dialect, with Explanatory

BY

In Jn

F.

GI L )l

RE

ro w of

thi

t at e l y wigwam ,

a m ighty race of people

Dw JI

R uled anrl uoverued a By th

Biu Foot

ogwon,

1\1 <Ti, oo-won :

quaw thi

h i m rule thi

l\ l i u nehaha- 7

m ighty people.

'Vaterville.

2. Yagger .

�fess11lon kee.

5.

7. Mrs. ltonco.

I t ol l you

the mcl1Ty L a u ghi n g V\ater- 7

Lovely I. 4.

Ieui

'' i e Hearl

By t h

Help

L O � • F E L L O W.

i l laue W h i key v i l l a>,

thi

And

otes. )

The

Kennebec.

3. G.

Co-eds and Town Girls. am.


RA ' L E .

TIJE

52

lerrii-; oawon w re divid According to th i r r�t n k and I n to t rib o r fam i l ie fo'Jr.

By

Bra\'

t 111 n i 1 1 all t h

Mu h

acl m i r

lerri

cl

by

all

l- e x t l l 1 e J u 1 1 ior , t h e

by

By

l iada 11

vo

b st

But

workl. ee 10

Wah-wall-lay quawliu ,

eel

12

Keego ,

lteshebwuv. 1 3 \Vah-wal t-ta_y t he arts of war :

the

t h e .\' \\'er ,

And v r

th

and t h e Kee rro

ially b y t h

t he K

\Vis

og won,

a l l t h e pretty

Both t h e . But e.p

co u 1 1 t rr

eful La ughing \Yat r.

A d mired ind

Lo,· cl

tation

a l l the Big l lea<l 9

cl by

M uc h e teem d b_1·

A nd th grn

•d,

th

in a l l

e.

t liey l o ved iu w i n t r ev n i n a

To l oi te r in t h e v i l l age w i uwarn , A nd gaze u po u t h e lovely ,quaw l i n O r t o t a k e t he m i n t h e And

On

float u pon

u rnmer,

t h e G i tche

t h e w i n d i ng G i tcbe

urnrne

u m me,

L u l led by the wild and l onely chan t i n g O f t h e deep-voiceil

Bian-wawa.

H

Then t here came a tribe of Red �len, o weak l i mbed, That they were

o chicken hearted, aucecl by Pa1Y-pup- Kee\\' i

By t h e d i r ty Paw-Pup-Kee 11"i . s. Ruler .

9. The Faculty.

12. Town Girls.

1 0.

Fire Flie

13. '.L'he Ducklings.

.

11.

H. Bull Frogs.

o-e<l .


TH E COLBY ORACLE.

A nd the angry l\leai

ogwon

Took away the name t h y once had, Name once famed t h roughout the whole land A l l t h e l and of W h i key v i l l re For man )- m iahty d ed

of valor,­

Took away the name t h ey once had o that now they n ame have none. La t o f a l l the man y people

Who d w l l i n thi row of w i awam Ruled b.v Big Foot I gi a tribe of bia papoo e

ogwon

La t and lea t of a l l God'

creatur

I

(TO UE COXTI� - E D 0:-1 PAG.E 250.l

53


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No. 17. rum

D E M I J O H N . a n d a h a l f ha rn·l-.

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on t r et "·i t h a name wac B unghole a n l h e

Hi cam

from Fai rfield t o edi t a paper.

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not one

L a t fal l we h a < l t he nove l ex pe­ gen t l m •n l ike t h rience o f fe

hearing a. col l eg

or and a

pro­ tor

rum eller lect u re from had

the same platform on the p u r i ty of tbe

ju

home.

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01"

h a ve

th _,- ha1'e i n \\"at r v i l e . pen t

h ove l i 1 1 0'

the mo. t of h i

faculty

was not u p i n editorial way. .

p u ri ty.

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thought

ome fun w i t h h i m .

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to

The h ave

Wa.ter flowed

it all patie n t l y t i l l


111

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t ri d t o wa sh off a l l

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he

sa i l d

d roYe the m o u t w i t h a of

k u o k·,

oil

kept w i t h h i m .

after t h a t .

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w h i ch I l e wa

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th

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BENJ. BU-'"GHOLE, W ATERYJLE, l\IE.


'f ! l l·'.

T DRU K - A B L LA D.

T H E PEA Li t en ,

h i l rl r011 . w h i l

my

That woul1l mak

th

tout

I

I'

lat

a ta!

t t r m ule and t he rudd y cheek t urn pale. play ,

'·To-n i trh t . " ._ ai d he. "my gal la nt romrad An<l w h i l At

th

half-pa. t I; re

Let each

y

freil 011 �n i t -

v n in the

\'

hm a n hri11g on

A n<l w h e n we a l l A n cl wh n th

hall

work i

I

a

ea

b iva l v

Thi

pean ut i n h i

A n d thi

will

oph

eat o y ter tew

embled, ,,.

clear

,.e t an<l meet me h e re

w i l l barricacl

the door,

all comp! tecl we'l l oc upy the u pper floor, pea n u t to a .Ju n i o r for to k ep,

h a 1 1 t t he pr tty poem,

w i l l nerrn u

n i 1 1 cr, p ro v irl d t h a t the c a t i

A nd l e t each Fre i t rnan g i ve h i A n d t h n w '11

, the

, we ' l l f a t o n pea n u t . too.

for th e h<tttle, th i

Now I lay me down to

w i l l arm u

for th

oothe the d y in cr w a rrior, if perchance h e lo. e h i

For our peaceful da ' Vengeance' n o w

are ended a 1 1 d w ' J I

uffer n ,·er mor

h a l l be o ur mot to, and o u r bat t l

Death to t h e craven S o p h ' more Rth for t h e noble J u n ior

,

d ath to the

! ! a n d rah for

·n

!

cry i

enior .

! !"

leep.'

t r i fe, :

· war.'

too !

l ife.


O J . B Y O H A. C L E.

T H I::

Ten ha

tolled t h e F re hrn u w a m n g

t i l l and

1 13 afe in th ir re t reat,

Wh n t he a wful cal m i

broken by the t ra m p of "oph'more

Then t he

laucrht

ound of

90'

A n d t h e Fre hmen 'gan tb ir nick t h e Like t h e

oph'more force wa

r

float

houti n O',

feet.

cleri i·rn down the stair ; · 9 1 , brin g on y our be ar . "

mu ter d. and t i t re ro e a

fearful yel l

ry of l\Iucr l\lecrr 1 tue r, 01· a rl mon do w n in hell :

' · Do w n with t h e up- t a rt Fr

·l1men,

harge f o r the barricade !

Will a l i t tle water h u rt you ? cc w a rrl , a re you afraid ? Cbarcre fo1· t he

ur eel Fre h me n . :111 1 1 k i l l th m e>ery one.

For t h e glory of old

Like t h e

olby aml th

cla s of ' 9 1 ."

rain before the reaper , the barrier

mel t away,

y fal l n pon t h e i r prey, Head a re broken. h in are :plintcrerl, , ton , and bat and water fly, .And aboYe the eeth i n cr t u m ul t ro' • many a \· ict im' dy i n cr cry. Limb a r mangl ed n o ·c 1 u t cl, clead all(! <l_v i n u t rew t h floor , And the fierce and blo0<ly '""arrior' wa1lt:: kn e de p i n human o-ore. The

Tb

o phs have uain d th

l a n d i n rr, th

doubtfu l fi uht at l ngt li i ·

, eni or. , .J u u ior

top t h e i. r

nded, the Fre h are firerl one by one ;

h i 1 1 n i n �. :rnd the pe,m u t d ru n k i

:Xex t day the Pr x ro e i u the chapel, pale and acl h i

·The

Faculty hnxe well con icler cl, n n d I ' l l award t h e prize

The , ' niot" t hey crot nothing · th The .J u n ior

got the peanut

,

aorl th

oph'more

1• re. hmen

t h ey d i l we l l th

.r

done.

t h outrhtful brow : n ow

;

got-none."

:


T l l I·:

1 14

o r. i n · < J I U < ' l. t•.•

A 1 E.

DEED WITHO T "\Y i L (':tnw

N

to

mo1 1 t l i of . ' i rn1 1 . w h ich hei n tr

pa�;. in th

::\ fa y . t ha t th

Fnl.'I of Reo on

t iou wa� mad" thr ugh o ut all t l i ilay.

R a, 11

m a n :t of t h e t r i h

. 11 hi!

th

· "\Ye k1101 the

t h e day 1 lrew

and

hen.ls. t b e i r

m n

. ervant , ao<l

th i r

t m pl , that

t h . " m igh t

do u.· a11

Fr · h m a 1 1 i t

i n j u r.\·.

l e t h im choo e ot hers wh o

t o occur, certain o f

o·athered t o a t h e r a 1 1 d . aid

For 11·

bal l p rotect w

th ir

o f the e

came up to t h e fea t .

ntil

t ake mea n re

l

t

k n o w w h a t m a n n e r of rn e n

k i l led in c u n n i n .,. au<l i n t h e w o r k

u· choo-e a c a p ta i n who

lend

Al. o many otber fol lower

F •a t i' :i t h a n' l. and no w J e t u

t hat t h

ven

Feast of

m a l le t an1l

w h e reon t h e F a t wa

a nr l ca pt a i n· of th

'ophomorite

t h ey ar ,

n igh

u- tom

th

th at t h e

.J un ior i te

and female. a11d rn;,111 y

both mal

p ri e ."t

t'rbite

t he

th

th

w i t wa

and

moral . u pp rt to t h e p rformanc Now a

""

'ophomorite

au<l

tribe

i n terpn · tec l

h:rn<l, ;uul rrreaL p r para-

. 'k

1<11111.

of t he .:\forebite:- an1l th houhl b i n .� t i t ut ·d for t h

from tb

\\U.' at

of craft.

from

hal l aid h i m. and let

the u

Therefore l e t

ophomori t -. a n d pare n o t h i n g. bu t

pend m uch if 11 ed · he, t ha t t h e Feast may come to pa

aud t h e

'opb­

omorite. n o t t ri u m ph over u ." o t bey cho. e t hem a captain from amon O' them : a m a n renO\Yned i n wa r , a nd

kil l e < l iu a l l manner of

u ntide, w h i ·h b�, i u t erpreration i

traightwa_r aro e and air·d i n g on h i

l ieu t e n a n t wbo ll'a

cal l ed

morite

Arnl

'·Go t o ;

rrord cho e

Den n i-, which

Toge t her t h e y we1 1 t up i n to the Den n i

t ratagem . and h i

Re d- h ai re d terror.

from

among

be i ug i n terpreted i

temple, and Whi t - u n t ide

'lf h i t­ them a

aid

earch t h e temple behi n d and before, l e t t h e

h a ve p l aye.l u · a t rick and t h e Fea t Den n i

name w a

A nd "\\b i t u n t ide :ll ud. unto opho­

hall come t o n a ug h t . "

earched t h e tem!Jle beh i nd and before ; w i t h c a r e did h e


THE

. earch i t . b u t fo u n d

HA

n ot h i n <T, 1 1 e i t h e r

of p l a c e , nor a n y k e ?

n i t h e r wa

OLB1

115

L E.

w i n flow fa-teo i n <T brnken or o u t

t o l e n : 1 1 e i t he r any l a m p

crone n o r ' ick or o i l

·

t h e h a p t i 't r ' li t u rbed .

Th n De n n i

l i fted u r hi

W h i t u n t iclc, th

voi e a n d

. ophomorit

dar d to i n fl i c t i 1 1 j 1 1 ry 011

th

Th n h a v i n cr l eft a

ay

t rue a

t h ou

l i re t. 0

h aYe th

y

11ot

t m p l e , for n e i t h e r i- t h e re w i ndow broken

n o r u n fa tened . n o r are the l a m p

r t u rn to o u r l a n 1l a n d

a i d ' ' \.

a re a m i ..,.h t 5· people. yet

Therefore, 0 k i n g. 1 t u­

di. t urbed.

Fr

th, t th

m a l l d o u of t h e ::Xorman

urely t ri u mp h . "

hall

hman i te-

pecie

to

watch. t h ey

t ra ight wa,r took their depa r t u re. Xow on the 2 " t h d a y of t h Fea t. ple t h

. ophom r i t e-

fol lower

both ma!

the neighbo:-incr \\ i n l o w cam

month

all

t h i ng-

were

ready for

, . n wa- come t here 1rat h e re1 l together

.A n<l w h e n

arnl

t b e .] uniori t

and f m a l e .

i ti

i

an

th

n iorite

n d o f t h e Gen t i l e

the

the tem­

with all their

and meu

from

a <TOorl l y n u mber-from Fairfi Id a n d

th re wa.

iclne�· did t h y c o m e.

the .\ . yea, e,-en f r o r u Oaklan<l a n d

.A.11<1 they fi l l ed t h e t e rn p l

in

below

a n tl

above did

'rn u t u p

i n to

the

to o,·erft o w i ng, both

t h ey fil l i t . nd

goo·ue

ein" th

h ief P rie't

m u l t i t ude. t he

k i l l ed i n mak i n g a joyfu l Yoice, a n d

ately t h ere appeared certa i u men

t;l!lcli n <T i n the c,Yllagorrue t hey

ang to the

p op]

of D,n· i<l ; . . X ut B ro w n l\fa iden , " a n d many other

edification of t l 1 e n d i t cam a ro

and

a

with

to

loml

di,·er

YOi ' ,

· --- , com

n l when he a1 proached t h e

fort h . "

And

face and cried

t ra i "'h t \rny

tep

t hereof he p ro trated h i m there e ve n

A. 1 1 c1 t h e youn<Y m;rn l i ftecl u p h i

and a l l t h e p opl

voic

fro m

t h e b u i Jd i n cr of t h e

m u rm u rerl.

of the

'hi f P rie t .

A n d behold

came . ' i · y a l o a n d pro t rated h i m e l f. Pri

If t h ree

voice a n d read to t h e peopl e

Ancl after h i m came o t h e r al o o f the Fre h m an i te th

--­

y n ao-ouue.

A n d then w n t he up i n to the pre ence of the C h ie f P rie t who

a t in the rreat thr n e w h ich wa

temple.

ing for t he

i n ger- w re clone. t he C h i f Prie t

before al l t h e p opl , a n d he l i fted up hi

came fo r t h , and w i t h fear an< l t rembl i n g did he <TO up i n to t h e t i m e. .

OllO'

o f th

d i d they

o n crrega t io n .

to pa- that when the

cl

y n a­

A n d wh n he h a d made an end of p ra y i n cr. i m medi­

a n d pray 11.

t f II u po n him

i

y

a ro

at

about

in obedience to the

n i 1;t h

hour

W b 1 1 t h e e.re of t h e Ch ief

. ore a fraid

bow i n g hi

head a n d would


116

L I'. .

'f l l 1-:

' l r i"f

h i m.

Pri

tJi

brok n

much man i te

,

a n d th

o n g r gation w r

t h e women from ' idney fell o n t h e i r

·'. ' 0 1 1 . b r

wa.

a

o u wl o f

la - , a l l(l tbe fragmen t

confu i n

awon tr th

o r e a fraid, i womurh t h a t

face' a n rl

f •rood

ll'''Tt1.gn­

Fre h­ everal of

w re pro·tratecl. and fou r


C O L B Y O n A.C J, E .

T i n:

117

score o f t he men of \\in low trembled, for t h ey feared

the templ e And

t the roof of

hould foll.

chief

the

of t h e Fre hman i tes were m igh t i l y en raged, a n d

W h i t u n t ide t h e Red-hai re'l terror. did fiercely p luck h i and

mote Den n i

foot, and re\•ilecl them

·'

ayi g,

rily thou

before, beh i n d and below, but t h e You are no m o r e wo r t L

you.

h i n in g hair

t h e M ud and p u rned t h e �orman dog with h i mighty

·

ha t searched

the templ

ophomorites have c u n n i ngly deceived

t o be the l ead e r " of t he Fre h manite . "

A u d they c r i e d w i th t he v o i c e o f c h i l d re n and ren t t h e i r d u s t y mantle , and

va i n l y ought

to l a y t h e blame o n e u pon

the o t her

in

m u c h vain

t raig h t way

peech ; b u t Whit u n t itle hearkened n o t to t h em b u t

t ood

apart from t h m. And the

hief P rie t acrain i n fu ed

t ren gt h i n t o t h e hP.art o f

o t hat he became bold a n d continued hi 'i

.Y '

i

And

y . w h o w a n o w for t h e fir. t t i me among the ch ildre n of y fled, fearing l e t h i·

i

become known.

A t l ngth Beelzebub,

out w i th a voice

pecul i ar

to the

kin hip

to

Be l zebnb

houlrl

eeing t h e C h ief Prie t

c ried

F re h m a n i te : ' ' \\hat, 0 t h o u m a n

I t o d o w i t h t hee t h a t t h o u

o f G o d , hav i

y

i

B u t lo ! Beelzebub,

brot h er, dirl de ce11d headl o n g from above the altar, beiug i n

earch for men.

reading.

y before the men of the w or l d ?"

hou l cl

Thu

t thu

exhibit my

s p a k i tw he wa

on the

poi n t of d p a r t i n a w h e n . att racted by t h e l ight of Whit u n t ide'

way,

he pa u eel m i d

r cog n i z i ng h i m to be one of hi

mo t

b ad , zealou

follow r . \. n <l the F re h m a n i t e

i o c:r <1 n1ong t h m

o f what man n e r

No w

eh·e. ,

of

". r

·If

w

thing

a re .

hi m,

"

tn1.iaht w<.ty mu ch con fu;;ion nd t he

amon_g t h e cougrerratiou. B

loth t o acknowl etlrre

we confe

we hall

\. n !l

Prie't.

heart" of tb

aro e a aa i n

a Ol l chao

mote t h e follo,ver

more.

A n d t h ey

arnl r maine<l An<l th

l and.

on g

of

fa

rout.

ca ptive to one of the L1isciple t ha n k . cri v i n g

F re h ma n i te

and

mel ted, n o r wa

a t a ic1

·tin er for t h e

brother,

t h e i r m::rn t l e

del frerance there

pirit

ay-

known o f me n .

oph omorite

lzebnb, h i p a n < l t h igh, and p u t t h e m u t terly to

b ro t h r, di m ay rl, fel l

y'

b

of

of

'

nd

i. . y

the

C h ief

aro e, ancl iu

cl

p revail

them

th e an y

and p n t du t upon t h e i r head

pace o f fo r t:- dar.

fa m e o f t h e , ophomorit

preud abroad t l irougb o u t all t h e


1 18

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T H E CO LBY

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OR \

L I ': .

LPH BET A D ROG E'S GA LLE RY .

t a n t l � for C'h:l \\ 1 ! ',L

lr h a t make

h i m ,_o t h i 1 1 ':

I , i t te1 1 1 1 i ..: o r pi·ty. or origi n a l � i n ?

I

for w h o m ?

Do you t h i n k he can g ( u e ) a ( - ) i t ?

Fo r affectionate, c h a t tering. q u ick-w i t ted

----


TUE

h fol' "' i l J ie f r h o r c n e._ t rm d H i l l , Jn t h ·h oice of roha<·co of w o u d · rful ,, k i l l : Jit' · � l:"[P i a J I .\· l l O I L'd for ll"Ol'k i l l t h • ;!f_Y111 • ..\ . 1 1<1 · 1 1 �i11 " a11cl l'U-�tl., I a \'e ,!! n a• l'harms for

. tan<l

119

H .-\ C L L

for D --- a 11rl al o f r d-n i t .

ltim.


T i n:

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I

0 1. B Y

> l l ďż˝ ( ' l . I': .

for fool and al o for

Of a l l th

fre h FreJ 1 m en t h e fr

h

t of al l .


Tl l E

1

QI.BY

l for F ra n k i

t h e \\' i 1 1 t l 1 rup

..i

maid â&#x20AC;˘n

1Yel l a

for o n

'\Yal k

ten

O I L\

LL

l ivine,

whom Frauk i

" h o. I b l u . h to rel a t e.

home with the maid

121

a n d wke

(?)

call

" m i n e.'

tol l at the gate.


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T H E COLBY ORA�LE.

I 8 U A re for

the

Facu l ty

Twin .

1 23


TllE

1 24

I for J i m a n 1 h i. k r Jn hi own e t i ma l i o n n tough l i t t l e man · to i ng. H ha 11 ·d f a I Iouwr l 1 is ach·eo t u r :for of t h

tancl

R oya l t y fa l ion h

i

rown d tb

for ' · I l l e, i lla, i l l ud. The calf will chew h i

•Acknowledgmeut to Prof. Hall.

cud." *

kin er.


T H F:

O J, H Y O R A. C L E .

, tand� for Edcl ie t h e p r icl ' of h i

c l a ..

.An a t h l e t ic, con ·ei t c l . C'gr gi o u

yotwg a

1 25

I. for 11a11gh t5·. gur1He l l i ug � ick , To b 'ar t l 1

t l 1 i n v . wear would make a man

ick .


1 2fi

TI J I.:

C I l l. H Y O R

J. E.

T for z roe t h fre I i ma11 wli can ·•c h i n " Drop a dime in t lJ e h o l e and wat ·h B uzroe rrr i n .

I f o r A rt h u r, o t h e rw i e P a t , Who e x c e l e,·erybod v i n " k i n n ing t l 1 e ca t " . Or come ye from n ea r or come ye from far, Have y(e,·e r seen aug h t l i k e our P<tt on t h e bar ?


T i l l<:

J.

.A

fol' w h a t i i t ? .-\._ rnu11key ? A baby ? a • !wan . 01· n l on·ly olrl la<ly ?

co-eel.

I. fo r Robbie, ly w i tty an l me rry. If you w a n t l i iru to l o ve you a1lrlre

s

him a

•·

berry . "


12

T l l F.

I

for : U C>rtiP.

L

it

A rn.!:" or a t i l l

Or

or

a 1 1 i k na me. J w

n.

' h o r t .'· or .' 111:1 n y or . ' i l l y o r S k i 1 1 1 1 �·

'm r t i

1

Wh:it cun i t mc · :i o ?

o r . ' l a n t.\' or .' l i 1 1 t y o r . · 1 i m m y .

for Tim :incl h i. o l < l Y io l i 1 1 ,

Thf' wor t t h a t

n! r w a .:; hea rcl ;

I I e fi d11 l e. a11 a y a l l n ig h t a u cl a l J lay. ncl d ri ,·e· all the cat in the city a way. · a m ;,a y ne,·er a word.

A rn1


TH E

I.BY

I· for

I

H { A C L I ·: .

Y i r t n e '. '. '.

'.

for Pet a l l ( ] the mi:,cre<tn t too

"·ho fi l l ed " i t h hot watt'.r ou r It ro·i oTtl �h oe.

1 29


] ' t h e ra 1 1 k f o r w h i r-h D a u a tri ' : X q 1 i i:. i t i> h i.; angui ,, h i

h

Jo

T h e habi t ual lo k o f d bgmn X

I

<l \lbt i: d u e lO

e

t l 1 i ,, prize.

1 1 h i'i fa

me X i · t i n g <li - CTr<\Ct'.

f r the de1· i l and the Pre i<len � o f the A l u m u i A .

ciat ion .


THE

. ' ta1ul� f o r Z e u Th

chi f o f th

w i t h h i · h ea<l f u l l o f k n o w l dge. "Od , and t he k i n g of the col lege.

131


1. 1-�.

A

OVAT I O

of a R p u bl i can adm i l l i t rat ion i t wa der.id

l t o mak

a chall� : t o 110

l onger r u n on t h e p r i nc i pl e of taxation w i t h oll t repre� 1 1 ta t i o n , h u t w give ea ·h and ev rJ mau a fa i r

how.

The company w hich fi r0t undertook to p re cla

of 90.

nt

tlli

far e

w:r t h r

I t w a to b e rearetted t h a t t h e i r t a r actor, o n e Lle1n• l l _r 1 1

Drake, wa u n a b l e to t a k covered t l i m e l ve

part.

\ \ e m a y a y her

t ha t t h

partici pa n t .

and t ll ir t r ai n r wi th glory.

A n i m men e crowd of "\\'at e n- i l l e p ·ople toget h e r w i t h many from the n e i g hbori n a citi loors l ong before opened and the pocket

eats wer

quickly fi l l ecl.

fu l l of I ean u t fi l l erl •·uiager

( T h e t i me

7. 40.

of \\' i 1 1 l o w an l Fai rfi Id ga t h e red nrou11rl t h

th y could ua i n ad m itta 11ce. The

At

7.30

Fre l i me 1 1

t h e rloor with

]1 av u ."

here given were accc1 rately kept by our t i me-keepe1'.)

Dr. P p p e r arrive .

th


T H E C O L B Y O R A C L E.

c oa t .

7.4 1 .

He take

7.42.

ReY. l\l r .

7 . 43.

W h i , k e r c o m e i n m a k i n o- a big st i.r. ( no

by

1 33

off hi

.

peucer arrive

He

i s soon q u ieted

oot h i ug . y rup, but C h a i r ma n of the Democratic

Committe ) .

7 . -1 -!.

The · · \\'o rthi

7 . 4- G.

I rof. l\Iayo di cour

7 .53.

. ' a n t a C' J a u

' make thei r e n t rance amirl th undering applau e. <lrop

weet mu ic.

in.

fter pray r by D r. P pper ancl a a re mad e by t h

P re

tate

ecoud o u t b u r t of m u ic, speeche

bai ler, and then the floor i

i<le n t and

given to

nI R . D.i. :-> A H A L L .

"On ac o u n t of an uu ati factory ab tract we omit a

Ila!!'

ratt led a t t h e d a n ger igna l a u d t o p

Dana " t

of

hi

I erra n t

mo. t

i n t h e m i d t o f oue

a n d eloqu n t �en tence .

. a m a t t r of foi rn e

it

eem

p a k e r on t h e o t h e r i d e .

f ir . t

t a temeu t of Mr.

a rgum n t . "

right to om i t al o a n y mention of t h e

( We d o u ' t w a n t to

b o w partia l ity . )

Th

IR . J f e l ay . d w n t h omewhat

x c i t cl, b u t

thi

\\� J J I T :\" l:: Y .

m a rk ed emr h a i

a. e with i

x it m i1 t ri e · to t h e h i ahe t pit ·h over t h e old

Iii h

m n t ion of Yon Trompt. the Dutc h m a n wa t u rn cl t o h i .

I

po n e n t

an d

l ucidity.

charn t ri tic of great

a n d i u t h r i l l in g tone

blind.

He

orator .

pa v i n ed hor e.

affec t i n a. and w i t h

B u t when ioned

impa

ge t u re . aid . . . "· ua t a re you goi n g to clo about i t . ' th e effect wa m ndou

I Ii

a n d· t h

a-. • · i 1 1 n ocuou

tre­

a u r l i n ee w n t off i n to paroxy m of --- ; b u t the

:M R . Awru

ref r

i

Hi

R P.A T T EX.

uch m i n i. teri a l p b ra e

cl

u t U< l e" a n d

F re h i ll 'II. :I" d i d t h

aff

· ·go

yon one hett r" m i a h t i l y plea ed t h e

c t i o u a t c wa_Y in w h ich h e arl cl r e

U

t ol d

"Th

a air

Y i

ry ba<l eg(f

etl h i

oppon­

tor.'" clfter wh ich

IYet t i n g ba 1 ; w i l l the J an i tor

Tec1<ly a n d . ' h ailer i m med iately obey.


1� l

T i n:

( I i i. I I )

)[ 11. n \\' i n t roduC' ·<l.

wa pr

11r r

Th

Ja -, t � p a k • r

n · J ra,. 1 ,

11 th

II 1 · 1 w

r 1 e r ... " r • . o overc

']'

• n· e n o t h i n � h u t r 1 11:-t r k "

J, 1 : .

Oil \

o u lil

1 1 t h • clra \" nian n n r l t h

p ro ,,ramme w a

·

tl1

from

�I H . C I UlO R t:: . f l i .., r

•mhl a 1 1 1·1•

lo

L • l a u d T . Pow ·r

o f h i� i 1 1 i m i w l 1 l · •ari :i t u n· u t u a

co u 1 1 t of

the 1 < · 1 1 ;..r t h

[

I i i -. l 1 a i r.

JI•

L pa r t l _r on a cuu u t ::-p ·ak • r anrl pa r t l y on

wa-, murk

f'rt a i n p r v i ou. :- n a k e i l

011 t o t h

mcll lt''-t l r w i t h h i .; a u t !!ra p h a l b u m joke, l rn t it wa h

"' " " a w o l f i 1 1 -.. li r<•p'

h 1 1 w tr

tui n me n t . l o 1·ely.

wa

•lot h i n �.

I J j ..,

ra t h er 1 1 1 r m , a n • l t h · 0 1 1

-,o 11

r n ry a bo u t •

uh u t t h •

th

ta" ·

,. •ry

a p par • 1 H L l 1 a t man

x f rel H i l l

in

the

ra t l w r


TIIE COLBY

HA

L E.

' race ful flgu re. c]a� ic bea nt,r,

Pale a •

i · th

t udy w a r

. 'h

'

her l i f

:ma_r .

a darl i n O", dainty crea t u re.

ocl� prnt ,

moon hy clay .

p l u a..,.eth e \•cr, fl n n k e t h n ,-er,

. ')1

t h r from a l l harm ;

nch a fairy l i t t l e wai ti t

To b

ncircled w i t h my a r m .

135


1 3G

T l l �;

Ma

i\"

Cl

I. B Y

)ltA

tlgur . C h i n • ·e h a u ty,

R urlrl.'· a ' t he .\ 11gu:::.t mo u :

. b e p l u gg t h 1 1 <.:n·r. , 'he

f, f:.

w i 1 1 .� � t h · cl u b

·i n 1t.

Hunk

. he'

a b

Goel

p r o t e · t ht·1· w i t h your

t rn

th

1·er.

from d a w u t i l l noon .

l > uek ome

' uc l t n. 1 1 i m 1 u e 1 1�e. ma ·�i,·

l't'a t u re, h a rm

;

wai·tlet (?)

a 1 1 ' t n � a c h ron n d i t w i t h both a rm .


TH E

LBY

1 37

O R A C L E.

AS O T H E RS S E E

S.

T H E O R A. J . E . • · I mu t lun-e l i hert,r "'IT"i th a l . a

l a rae a chart r a. t h e w i n d

To b l o w o n w h o m I p l e a e . " ll ! T H .

� I . l\I .

h i m,el f a brarrgart

· "'IT" ho k n ow

L t him fear thi

: for i t will come t o pa

T h a t e,· ry bragga rt

h a l l be fou n l a n a

• · A l h· i n � len.rl man . "

' 9.

•·Brn,·e

co n q u ror '. for �o you are. '

P F. P P E R , J . "

n

whom t h e mu ic of I i i. own Y a i n tongue

Do L h ra\' i h l i ke e n c h a 1 1 t i n " h a r m o u y . ' '

P E .\ R •

l\l r

. . I J r t h a t ruJe, 1 L h e roo�t i n t h e man ion . "

F A C t.: L T Y

I E ET I � ; . " l fell i

empty a n d a l l t h

D R A K E. • · E te rn a l

F R XT Tn E

IU.T.

IX

1111. liin

.

cl e Y i l . :ne h t" re. ' '

ttl . 0 1 1 h i " ht-arl . ' '

l l .\ P£ L .

. . � �o ruan·el l o n 1 t ha t it frigh t erl you.' 'u o I R. • · I t will <li

u r,.. e mo t

.'< cc l l e n t m u i . "

(?)


J �H

';\ 1 1

T i i i•:

:

('

l l< .\

I.HY

I. E .

P.ut '1 1·: :n 1rn . <lay i11

\ p 1· i l l l ( ' \'

I ' Cll l l l

l\' 'l"t .

0

J , E A D H ET T U l .

rar \\ <: r. · L l w1·1 . , "

Th • hf'arl pi er·P. i[ hut b ra i 1 1

· . ' t :thb 11 "'h<·r

:\ J 1 - ,, E ..,

K� 11;11T

.

w i 1 h a l i l a ·k m · n c h '

my l o n l

?"

m o u l d r1 01 1

C'. F. :;\ [ El � Q LI ETI. · · .:\ fa .' h e 1 1

·an you

w i t l t n · i 1··t.

ru b. h i 1mf'I

it r

Fol'

l i e a 1· e 1 1 ' ·

. . D i . rla i n a 1 1 < 1 . c o rn r i d

· · T h u crh h e ,,\ 1 1 ap

t·m.''

1w

m f' l l him o u t hy t h a t ?"

· · \\ h a t i

S A )l l '

f',\"

\ ).° ] ) . · 1 1 1 1 . 1. Y.

"'l'" o lcl\' ly h ·1Ti

;,r 1 : s I I .\ 1. L .

\1 hit •

1Hl

< l \' O I'

w i l l 1 1 n_.r 1 1

a k e '.

\\" h u t i

. park l i 1 1 g i n 1 1 t' l'

it all h

i t ?"

c�

c:rn

a mau.''

x.

· • H u h my !Pal'. I i T r r n · · H i:: x E rn:. ' 1 1 \ \r h e l'

t i l l a n < l - lu ml>

!'. '

'

1 1 o n e a<l m i r

-nrh l'C U O l l '· J h ad rat h r b e a k i t t e n . a11<1

Th an one o f t l 1 s

am

F AL L . '·

1 l\I 1

n d t h e 1le v i l di d gl' i n , f o r h i

·

pl'ide that a p - l rn m i l i t y . "

Fr. ET l l E IL ·

ba hf'd th

cl ,·ii

A n c l fel t h o w aw ful

Yirtue iu At Halifax.-EDITOI< .

ry mew,

m tre hul l ad-m o n "el's . ' ' clarl i n cr .

t O!l,

goodn . i .

a n d i> a w

h e r . h a pe how love l y . ' '

in


TH �; C O L B Y

O IL\

1 39

L E.

D DI;£. · · E ternal .:- m i l f'

A

H O Y .\ L T Y

Ill]

hi

t i u e - be t ra y .

t rl'anr r u n tlimpl i n g a l l t h e \my . "

, ! t a l 1011·

L l" B . · · ,nw 1 1 n i g h t Darken' t h t> � t re t . . t l t e 1 1 w a n r l e r fo r t h t h e :-on

Of

Bel i u l , flu11·n w i t h i 1 1sol • 1 1ce and w i u e . "

) [ i-- R A � l > A L L .

· · I , ,Ji .. not pa· iug fa i r ?"

·· _

..ff .\ L K E R .

.;

t mou e_,- : '> t i l l !!"et money. hoy :

·o m a t t e r hy w h a t mea11s: ·

· · :\ow. h.r

t wo-h !'ad cl ,Ja n n

.X a t u rP h a t h furmetl :- t ra n g

E . E . �fo n -. E . · · .\ I I 1 1 n t u re

E 11

wea r ...

on

fel low' i 1 1 h e r t i m e . " '

1 1 n i Ye r al gri n . "

E D IT O R ' . Part u ri 1 1 1 1 t m o n t e. . 1 1 ;1 r cet u r ricl i c u l u.

S .ur. I I'.! . · L

· · · E 1·n t h ough rn n < r u i h e d . h

IW IL \ T O R L

··Th •

ra n k

nlf •mleil

t

o m po u 1 1 1 l

of

Ul ll · . ° ·

c o u l c l a r g ue ;. t i l l . " Y i l h 1 n ou·

·m J I

1 10,;t r i L "

· · )f a idl:' 1 1 S w i t h e r i 1 1 <r on t h e � ta l k . " R tJ B E R T ".'.' . • · "\\" I t

D c � n .u r .

t h i uh t oo l i t t le

:uHl

·· l h ;11 l a c l ream wh ich wa ··

.

t ;i l k

to o m.u c h . "

1 1 o t ;1 1 1 a c l re: t m . "

D a Y i c l . w h a t t h ou d e i «n '. t to a ' k

'y ,' I I

h t1 m l i l y clo r i gh t ::.oon :

Th<• • a r t h i�

p la i r i l y

t h i 1 1 e :tlo 1 1 e

To'.!e t h r 1 1 i t h t h e m

11.

t hat

e\'

r


1 40 B RA D Y. 'The amorou

, u 1 1 cr

n hi

b i rd of ni ht

pou al and bid h

te th

h i l l -top to J i cr l i t th

v ' n i n rr

tar

bridal lam p . "

Ben L EIGH. â&#x20AC;˘ He cal l

f o r wi ne.

He'd been abroad

KIN ,,

h alth, quoth h

a

if

arou i n g to h i. mate . "

' D O.

"

nd when y o u t i k on ( r c i tation' ) burr ,

Don t

M r r. L ER.

'My

trew your path way wit h t h o e dreadful urs.'

tender y o u t h wa

W i t h any pa

n e ver yet a t t a i n t

ion of i n A a m i n cr l o ve.'

B t: R T\:E . "A wild, tremendou

A tea riďż˝

Jri h man

weari ng t h u m p ing, b u m p i n cr, ran t i n g, roari n cr

I r i h man ."

C L E. 'When t h ey airl He repl ied

'

mile again '

T ' m n o t vai n ,

B u t I do t h i n k I k n o w b o w t o

mile.' "

HALL. '

uch men a

W h i l t th Lu

y

he be never at heart'

ea.

behold a greater t han t h e m elve . "

E. " Of al l bad t h i n g by w h ich mankincl are c u r ed Their o w n bad tem per

u re l y are the wor t . "

P c TN ,ur.

" H e c o u l r l on ei ther

i d e clispnte,

Confute, change hancl

and

t i l l confute."

"My o n l y book Were worn n's l oqks, An d fol ly 's all t hey taught me."


T H E C O L B Y ORACL E. CLA

OF

'90.

' • A bra> r choice of daun tle

Diel n ever float u pon t h e

HJ P)lA . ('92) .

· • Fonrl of wearin.cr a

pirit

wel l ing tide."

hort jacket, w h ich

l ook oi a pickled or p r e erYed

0 l: R T I " .

P u ritan

IYho r ad ·' H

i

hi

Hl

give

chool boy. "

him

the

Bible daily . "

a m a n of m irthfu l

peech,

Can m a n v a era me and gambol teach ; Full wel l at table

And H E.

I L :U

"Hi

weep at card

copiou

can be play, the

take

torie , oftentime

a way.

'

beg-ti n ,

Eucl ·w ithout audience and ai·e never douc. "

HELD

X.

· • B u L ma ttr , remember t h a t I am an a a

not, J am

OTIEN.

HA

an a ."

A merry waiu w h o quaff the n u t-brown ale

And , T E VEN

, an egr criou

; e'en t h ougQ it be uot w r i t te11 clown, yet, forget

LE B

ing

enamored, of the n u t-brown maid . "

" 0o t h e i r o w n m e r i t m o d e t meu a r e llumb."

A R D.

'-They ar

fio

fel l o w , very fi n e f • ] l o w ; w i t h j udgemeut

m a t u r d by ob

fined by readin

(,' )J P B E L L .

• I l e w i l l l ie. ir with

rvation and reflection ; an 1 ta te and

tudy."

r -

uch rnlubility that you would t h i n k

t rn t h w re a foo l . "


1 1 :?

'I J I

1:

(

' · l ' 1 : \' c · 1 . n .

tit: d r w · or

" \rl 1 : 1 t C ' \' · 1· :1 1 J y

l\I t �"<

0 1. l l r I J I C \ C ' l. 1: .

�<I.""· I

mu l

lw

B .\ K IDL\ :-. . " L i t t i · B rn r l.\

' 1·ptc · l i e 1 t � a t i u

Ea t i u g ; t p i '('l' of ,. n r krou t .

tlw

k i tche1 1 .

\\' 1 1 1 · 1 1 t l iv c l o.!! . · 1 1 .\ r l n •

' a t 1 h m 1 1 l w � id e l 1 1 · r .

,,\ w l J i u ! ,

l lrar l.'

; r · t · h · 1 1 \\' u t

out."

!!Oot l . "


1-!3

T i l l-:

H O PE . ·· Hope

A11rl

Th

icear

a

golden chain ,"

ay

011e ;

t r ul .'· if we . top to t l i i n k

p r e e u t j o y , t h e h appy brow

Ar

fou11r1 clo·e to th

L t Hop ·

fut ure b r i n k .

we t angel once be dumb.

A nd no briuh t word to u

be

aid

f what ma .r ome i n fut u re t i m \'\�hat may be pat b we then ·hall t r ad :

nr1 l i fe w i l l be a W i t hout the W'l i i h "· e ar

clurk a

<lay

u n ; or pitchy n ight u re wiJI endle

be-

1'l1e buds will ope no more but blight.


T l l F:

( I f . I n'

OH

LE.

T H E V I CTORY O F P R O T I E US. A DIAL

t:I!..

co rta i u ri

Th Tuck •r

]fr "

THE A l"TllOR

a n<l cl i

i t t i n g up 11 t h

ere1l

pi ·k and wat l i i ng a dog ( Eu t c r ' i 1 1 1 0 1 1 i r l •

im .

.)

( Ta k

Y i i < 1 h er

im.

f

tor ,

fi u-lit.

w h ich

i111.

· t he toothpi k from h i.

·0�1 1 1 t 1 1:tncc. 1

g

i n rr

Yeri l y '.

m o u t h aml a

ume

i mon ide. , ru mor

hat h

a

tudy

l earned

for once

that

m to be

you

int re t

cl i n

f t h a t b ra n c h o f l ean i i ng.

Y a, t ho u ha,.,t righ t l y

aid.

I l1a ve, n10r 0 1· r, h a rd t hat tev­

a ny

of ou r

new

l i t ra1·y

get t i n g to t l 1em. el n•:- m uch r n o w n and many

t h e w r i t i 1 1 g' w l t i h t h y hav R he toric ha

I

to do w i t h tb

written.

Now,

modern l igl 1 t .

01-rf' · t t i l e error i n t o w h ich thou h a t fa l len.

Por. ( Pro eed i n rr with t h e a 1 a k , � i mo n it l e . . i f .r ou c o n t i o 1 1 in t l i e En g l i h la1 1guage ?

� fa y

a tooth­

h e w i n rr

n i n t h e for :"ro u nd .

·lf a 1 1 rl told t h!' t rn t h .

e11 0 1 1 , l la rr.,.a rd , l� i v s . o r ar

i

ngag d in t h e

_ \. 1 1(1 t h ey. moreo1·er, tel l me

t he p u r u i t

Pro.

BARROOM. " tore o f

Tlwy t d l me, P r ot i n

e x pre. ion

IN A

discov-

f 11 hat i · fo l . ·l,r ca l l d A t han

Pro.

N rGllTS

in

lo

- Lar rahe , 1'Ia i 11

! JF " T L N

I

t ar , wh o , 1·e ri l y

bek l by rea on of rl ee m i llg t hat. a1lvance<l

have approached thee to

urance of a mental h y d ra u l ic ram . ) i d e r y o u r l f c apa b l e of a conver a­


TH E C O L li Y O H A C L I!:.

im.

Pro.

Yea.

( E mphaticall. )

A n d when yon partake of

know that they were laid by a h

im.

The

naturally come

Pro.

frc hnc uext.

Behold,

being

11 ? of

cram bled e g <>" , rlo • yo u not like to the

fir t

'imonide. truck

up ' - I i

the 11 ·Yil'

a n1atter a littl

you

the

lclom do) , i

to knon- th ' origin of that v e hirl

led t h e way to the

rema1·kecl to t h

i m portance

origin

imonide , thou ha,t an wered thy elf; for when you

peak «oocl Eno-Ii h (which. by the way oTeat importu n e

1 45

in

crowd.)

?

i t 11ot of (And a

ocla fountain an l the �alrntiou A rmy

the w< y we will roll it o v e r hi m , " Protineu

Beh 1 1 1 half wittecl "�aten-illian

ophi try k nock e t h i n the hea1l. ( E xeunt omne . )

Bin

of i lea

Jiu·ht.

C urtai n .

how great


D R E M I N P I R E D BY A:\\ E L I E R I V E . - ' I I L· ·

u

" i 1 l h:11l

., WPJH

fea th · r y " 1 1 0 11 f lake i n t o u nc:rn uy

th

ma ... < ".. a t b 11art th e pn t l t tlt:tt n i !! l t t . lwar1 l a

it c J a ., ht>1l it

ll ick r fl i m m ·rt:tl o u t . u t a�ain ... t

pa p r.

th ·

1t w�b

hra i n :- out :l !!a i n - t

th ·

Jc-

wilt!

pa n ·

fr

, h o co u l 1 l y e t be m "·hich a !!l i m p,,ing

The 1 li11!!y wal l -, n 1 H l I lack

m·u t ra l gloa m i 1 w -ky 011 j n - t -udt a n t' rie

•lectri

pole;.

·

l i ke a charcoal � k t ·h 011

n ig h t ) f a l i nda fouu1l

tood

L hrncle

her ar m i u

The .'· 11· u t ·ha t t i r w !! l i h l y 0 1 1

.J akt>·... .

a m i t l t he w h i ... t 1 i 1 1 !! w i n d . he wo11u r i ug i f h i -. ... ilk hat "

'-O

ultl b

rought:-1! a

to 11 eel a new i rou i n J. ,be. soul rapt i n

t i t · t h O !! h t tit ,

Ar hlt t ic

f " l r n t ] a ,· before t b tm,

Y

Exhihiti n.

,, it i,· . i n t e n e "Oul W<\

n ot

· t her ·en­ .:;o lo t i u

o n t m p l a t ion a ... n t to recl:'i1·e i w t a lJ t i m p rc-,,,ion, . .l a ke felt a cnnnt l - i n� gra

p

at

h i ... fle ... h

1eapl:'tl ,,ky1nml a u< l t u rned o n )fel i m la . i m p n. •-. ... ion .

au!l w i t h a ... hriek of pa i n He

kn w

B n t .foke hacl forg t t e u h i ,, chauge a nd Thomp... 011

Tears hot a 111 l , t i nging were �-

w he n t h e hall m\ - reacbe11. i n the

n t re . J ak

As t h iu

·

wa" pas-eel.

r in cr o n )fa l inrla'

blinding l ig h t

fret>d t he foa m l ike a rm aucl

o f b i- n u merow pockt:>t�

hall.

t l in g

:-he h a d h a <l a n

lo.st bim,elf

earch of t h e t ickets.

The a ml ience wa.s .scatt ring. like t h e

l ong

la.he

t h robbed flt1'1 1 i u crly i n t he deprh­

T her entered the

h airs on

t h e head o f an


T l-1 1':

l l rl y m a n ,a\·

1 47

O L li Y O U AC L F. .

fr i n ge of college men in ancl c1i:-.appearec1. aro

a h avi r

t h e rear w h o e,·er

a n d a n o n . if not oftt>n er. a ro'e beh i nd

th

::: c ne,.

w pt down tb

.Jak

ancl

p a n i ng.

There ,,.a - no o n e in t l t P i r ·ea t . e x c i t e m e n t of t h is tb .

d Ii a t e

girl.

. ' h e wa

n o t u 'e!l to

the h a l l t o fiwl h r

cu pied.

he

dicl

c l rnpped

ea t u n oc-

fa " n t i ng ;

.J a ke

They di!l

did.

for

he

uot

u u der t a n

w h i sper < 1 i u Pari i a n Fr n c h :

".Ll re= 11

mus

The i,, p

broken . for )fo l i 1 1 c la ro. e a n d ghl r <1

, "h

I

le:111e(] o n� r allll

_lfali11da do11rle UPa ful.'

J u ke.

a

and

o a ru , t l e mu w arn i n al y t h rough

the au<l ien ce. her.

The

med too m uch for

_

rroi ng i n t h

a l t l l di. a p peared

l\Ia l i ncb

wa' ,..._. --'.-!. at

fel t t h a t he bad m·ouJ?ecl lier.

;

Su<ld n l y )fa l i nr l a ), l ippe<l f ron h e r . eat �111cl croucl 1 i l l g clo,.e to .Jn k

<,_J,; -

11.,.?"

-

l ok <1 up i l l l o h i

.Take fel t her

ye .

pierc i n g rrlan e c· ut t h ro n !! h a n d tin n "h him l i ke a Dama cu

blade

t h rough a h at heu Saracen a n d h e g l a n c '<l clowll to fi nd the �alt tear a u rgl e houn!] i 1 1gly like a ·at aract down :;\fa l i n l a '.

fa

e.

Tl1eo he l ooked

clo w n k i 1 1<l ly :wcl m u r m u red : . . ·w h a t i -.. i t '.-" --The m u � i c '. " . he . a i1 l . A 11 ! l t l w 1 1 he k n e w \\" h a t her fi n l y h u t a mon• from >. x < 1 u isir

j oy

.

t r u t l "' ,ou l

to pai n .

h acl

It i

uffe r cl .

A n i l .Ja ke k n e w the lionudary

had h en Th i r

pa,

a.

oul

were fi llecl.

ll' i t h p a i n . Jake in t u rn fel t t h e

i\I a l i n la's

w i th p it�·· t eal t h y

Yet t h ey

ghmce

of

ome

one beh ind a n d t h e i r blood c01wealed and < l a m med Ja kf'\, pa�,.ion mt� a t i n nabul a t i o 1 1 o f t h l low

m uc h

II'

ro u

np t h e nrterie .

t u rn r1 a n d · a w , t h ey t u ed.

c l and

Th .v

lteard.

Bnt l\l a l i uda' · fa i n t i n g and t he c l i n k i n o- tiu-

· u rt a. i u bell

we to litLI

rn

n·ecl to

a'·e one l i fe.

t h i ng .

T h e c u r t a i n rnl led up e l o w l y creaki nglr c l u m i l y

to t h row in to t h e


.' Pl l o w

pen t I Io w

11

11 li i..,1wr cl, ·' [ o

� ou

k n o w w h a t t hE>y are

S l i t· &topp ·cl a m n w n t t o

.J:1 k , �ivh

cl u m l

mull

w i n .,i11 (J' ?"

r •pl,\·, "Y . , h i \1 l"tl, · · \\Toul<l y o u w

y, d u mb-L II

."

:.\ fo l i11cla t ook t h t• h i n t .

anrl m u rm u red. • ·.la k r�

Jak

'.

do ju t o n

t urn cl 11· i t h

ph nome1 1 a l giant •.

,, J I ,

t h i n ." for m om

�"

i m pa t i nee, for the 1 ader wa

ju t m aki ug hi

wing back ward� .

M a l i n da, w h a t n ow ?"

'· O h , J a k . clo, do, do powder y o u r arm

like

that l ovely man

with

the crimp ! " Poor J tLke !

W h a t a. w i l d l y . furion ly, in,auely d l igb tful even i 1 1 g t h ey pa

t h ey watch cl th n n·e- ·on t ract i n o-, h a 1 1cl

l i pp c l

i n conceiYable club to

ed, a

in u, 1 1 o w h arcl t h e t h r i l l ing,

ou l-wr uch ing mu. ic now lauuhed ga pi n o- l ,r a

the

u rreptitiou l y t h rou vh t h e ra.i ] i n u of t h e e a t t o o k p o . e -

ion of a u o t h e r hand n o w

y -fi l l <1

with

t h e eerie, u 1 1 can ny, con t ortu­

J l icate hape of the w h i rl i ng t u mbler and ever wonder-fi l l ed e x p ctecl , i n co n ceivable, u n h eard of feat of daring and k i l l .

with

un­

O h , w h a t a n igh t ! They were one

tanrl i n g at t h e uate

tep t o ward Jake and touched

in

brr

the

t i ] l fu l n ight.

hand upon

hi

l\Ia l i u r l a took

a rm .

Ah, what


1 49

T J-11': C O L B Y O H A L E . u t t er]

an

i u te n ,e momen t .

l i i s b u rn i n g h eart hou 11 d d

How

t h roat l ea v i n a beh i n d u. f i r y t ra i l o f

nt

mom

to

clo ed h i

Oil ume h i m .

woultl

They

mou th a11d "ul pe<l t h e

park

whi·h

h a Y e if

he

had

hot l urup d o w n . l\Ia l iud:t \\' h i · pe re<l w i t h a

h i:- . • · K i . 111

Jak .''

every

q u ickly

not

Cron · h i n cr l i ke a you n g t i ure;; , _he

him.

to b i

t h rea tene<l

glared

at

n a k e-l i k e

r back t h a t h e m i g h t t h i 1 1 k t h e mat t r o,·er m o r e cal ml y . momeut m or h e o l a red a u d hoar dy g ro \\' l <:-cl , " K i m e , J a k e . 1\ i� m '. K i::.· me '. " A n d y t Ii h l'�it a t ecl, f o r h e w a, t hi n k i n g o f t h e t h ree t i t cl 1 e · be h ad l1;Hl t h e clo tor ta k e in hi cheek aft r th y hail , a icl good 1 1 i g h t J a · t tim . t r h i mome1 1 t a h r i l l ·h riek cl ca,·e t b e fro · t y a i r, •·!Gs me '. H e pu h cl h

For a

JG.

. K i·_ me . . Jake ! "

m

tb '

A n d J a k e fel t

be1 1 e a t b the •·Th

11ow

l i<le '.

And beneath it ..

of th

t i O'r

H

:' eye

fel t h i· n a t u re giYill O' way

-\\'lieu-what

M a l i u cla k n "' loo 11· 1 1 , a n 1 l moa 1 1 i 1 1 cr cal led ,

ou url ?

.;incl t o

"t rain too much.

w i l d glar

It come

'.

thi

' " Be q1fl"rk or you re dead.' '

mo,·i ug

"

cru h ingly O\'erpowering weibh t Jake . a n k to

mot her

mo-

h, bo t h

clothe

over

pra.\er

!

r! my

\Yh a t i

it ?

l i c,acl.

\rel!

Jo e , w here'

i\l ol'll i u u ? J

Tim e to get u p ?

t h otwh t ,o.

my pan t

."

\\' h a t !

that

Had t he

be i

t h e bel l for


1 50

TllE

'

I.BY

O il '-

L I-. .

A FLOAT. The

t a r,., w ·r

a. l

r in th

l i q ni<l <1 er.

lrh n my love and I t oµ- t h r D r i ft 't l a way iu t h Ac! wn th

moo 1 1 l ig h t pale.

clark l i n ir ri ver. i l ''er gl am. '1ou<l

A nd t h

golr1 n l i o- h t of t h at . u m m r u ig h t

S h a l l fa<] For we'\'

f r o m m y m m o r y n '" r ;

bPen afl oa t on t h

r i n.. r of l i fe

For t h rice t h ree year� toge t h r.


T H E C O L B Y O R A � L E.

151

A S K ETC H O F T H E P R O G R ESS O F AT H LETI CS AT CO L BY.

A

O � I P LE T E

h i - t o r.v of .A t h k t ic� a t

p riod during w h ic h th

iu parti i p a t i n i n a few

'olhy

ga me-

with

for a

port·. a n d

cie n t i fi

It i - i n t rei, t i n g to n o t e , h r i ·fl y . t h e d n ri 1 1 u t h

la t doz n year .

t ra i n i u !l' of th

1 17.

make

i n c r a:ed i n t re,t i11 m a n l y aud ou tdoor ,port <;. Echo r port t h

wooden b n i l <l i n !! t h a t �a - cal letl th

tl

bal-.C

that

foot-bal l tea m i, ad vocat cl. tucl n t

to u n d ·rtake t h e

The )fay H u m be r

Jn

w i t h Bat

:;)fay,

m i t tee

from

o. i t io u , and

'otice i

of

i

ex­

u pport i ng a

t a k e n of t h e fact t h a t Bo,>doin

ame.

l 7

,

however, rna i n t a i 1 1

rol l e!!e, and a 1 1 o t h r ea ·on of

7

\\·ere

tate

that that

t h ere the

i

the no

ba e-ball

g i ,·en up for l ack of fu11d .

t h e or n t t e r of hold i n rr a Fielcl Day ,,·a

rhe . th

of

for the

19.

1

The opi 11 ion

Cherne of

hol c l au a n n u a l Field Day. and t h e Echo urge

a t h l e t i c i n t e re t in t h o-ame

abltl plea for

m a l l a n d poorly equ ipped

gy m n a s i u m .

ba l l i, looki ricr-u p, anrl t h e

an1l o t h e r coll ge

an

Fol l o w i 1 w u n mber

<lemi. e of t h ' m i l i tar)· c o m p a n y a fter an u n cer t a i n

e x i tence of t w o y ar. , a n d t h e b u rn i n cr of the pr :, ,

body.

rapid rle,·elopme u t of a t h letic

The fir, t n u mber of the fi r t vol u me

of t he C lb,\· E ho. p u h l i he<l i 1 1 )la rch . th

low a wake n i rw to t he

o u m l physique, a n d l a,tly, a p riod of real a n d i n te l l i­

ge n t i n t r ,t in "·'·-temat ize<l ,port

tu lent- con i te l

which t h y were fa m i l ia r b fore

tb ir e n t ra n ce i n t o col l �re l i fe : n e x t . a p riot! of demand

t race a.

wonld fi r-t

o u l .'· e x erci e taken by th

left to a com­

n ior cla

fi r t

w h o report d farnrabl .1 u pon the prop­ Fiel<l Day ext>rci e' were held J u n e 20, 1 7 9 .

:N"ot u n t i l a f t r t h i . h o wever. W<t' the A th l e t i c A� ociat iou formed w i t h

a c o 1 1 t i t ut ion a ncl hy-l a w ·.

D u ri r w t h e

,. u t i

. th

p o i t ion of ba e-ball a t

olby

eemed

orne-


1 5�

what

1 1 1 1 ('

•rtai 1 1 .

· u pporl, a n d t lll'

Th re

wn.

a

game i L . 1· l f,

II

r o-u l n r m t h od or p rO\' i l l in

th ' I I p la y e<l , wa

for i t

r

not to be compared

w i t h t h e . c-ie1 1 t i l i · ha<.. -ha l l of to-<lay.

wa

Duri1w

ak .

c n i o r cla

, how v r, ha

ol leO'e work.

phy ical e x erc i e

Compul ory a ttendirnc be 11 ma<l

t h e rule

at,

i n ce t h e

Fi lei Day e x erc· e , and t h e T h e p r a ti ce i n year

of offering a cla

O'r a t l y i n crea

est i n g fen t u r

.

c u p for t h e

Yorrne for the

vreate t m1mb

cl t h e u t h letic rin1 l ry a m o u " t h e c la r ce n t l y i n t roduced, i

the

la t

r of eve n t e .

t h ree

won h a

A noth r i n ter­

t r u ggl e betweell t h e cla

·

t u O'­

o '-war team . Lawn t nni gcn P- ra l .

exceed. in i n tere t al l o th e r game- � it h the

W h i l e on l y a

m al l n u mber can win

ucce

on

tudent

in

the ba l l field .

i t i. in the p ow e r of al mo- t every turlen t to become a fa i r ly g oor l ten u i p l ayer. acquir

M a n y o f t he boy c x per t n e

is useful i n any form of

be arou ed by a

c lernte con ·irlerab l e t i m e t o t h e game and

i n i t a n d , what i erie

port.

of game

bet ter. an al l ro u nr l agi l i ty w h icl1

, till more i o t e re- t in t he game would each year between t eam

from Colby

a u d t h e o t h e r Mai ne col l ge . Foot ba l l at Col by ha t u 1 1 ate accitl e n t

n e ver been

' e ry

p opu l a r one or

h a v i ng t h rown i t i n t o d i fav or .

two

ur1for­


THE

Boa t i 1w i

p ract ir • 1l h.\- man:- of the

rela x ation, but noth i n g i rr t

all t h

neg lected .

pat rounge

inrr a boat rhap

t u<le nt · a

d011e in the way of ra i ng.

of t h e

boat in,g cla. -. t h e

a plea a n t

form of

The )le- alon kee

r i ,·er bei 1 1 <T entirely

Thi;; i- t o be re gr tterl a. th� Ken n ebec offer;:, at thi

an excellent rea •h

p

1 53

O L B Y O R A C L E.

moderat ly . til l

water.

r ,,. to rep r se n t t h e college i

wisel y .

It

i,;

doubt ful

i f. a t

nppor t a ba l l team a url boat crew a t the

ba e b a i l i· certa i n ! :- prefet ble.

The mat ter of

t i l l l ef t t o

pre� n t .

the

future and,

ol by cou l < l

ame t i me.

point. upport­

properly

Of the t wo

por t - .


T l l l•

( ( J J, l l \'

() I (

\ ( ' LI·:.

T H E G LO B E'S " S P EC ! L."

·aid At a11d

room.'

" 1'-c

proceed 1 next to L he department of Phy ic .

Jent looki n ,,. o1d ,,.en tlema u w a tnc1ty. c

B · meau

<l l i11

o f a ,,.]a

evoh- i n u a

rod and au o l < l piece of cat

fe

and

or nece

wn

ary.

o tlitfi ult a

igne<l problem .

to make an exphination

The profe ·. or proceecle<l to draw 011e of hi

that is

lo

say,

h e performed t he problem.

wa' thu e1wa<Te 1 a f e l l o w whu Jooke l a

One of

by the pro­

by givin<T proper a t t e n t io n to t h e val ue of pi r ,q na re, he

the battle,

he snc­

The l a t rer part of the recitation hour

derntt>d to the e x p l a J J ation o f certain a

tbe e problem

kin,

l ight amou11t o f electricity, more or l e s en thu ia m

and a great deal of persp ira t i n.

wa

Here a beuevo­

bu y i l l u trati11<T the properties of elec­

jiggers oon won

'While the profe

or

if he might become prema-


1 55

THE

t u rely bald-heaflcd leaned back in bi q u i ckly fel l a Jeep.

wa

H

poi n t i n the probl rn under di cu an owl e x po ed t o

settee and

oppre

l

ee by t h e heat,

·oon awakened by a q ue tion touching

u n l icrht. h

ion.

ome

h r i n k i n cr for a m o ment

l i ke

managed at la t to ejaculate, I think

o.'

At t h i s poi n t of the r citat ion I w i t hd re w . · · "\\ e pa

d 11 x t to t h e room of the Profe

Latin chair.

\fe didn't think at fir t t h a t we

i o ! ruction a

h

.e m

cl

a bit crl um but h

t h ing� m o v i n cr pretty l i ,·el · .

to

n o te th

que tion

Among other

ricrht, n o t

much

aid,

wa"

t ion ; a n d an ' an wer w a

w a y off.

wa

everal time

hown

perhap

put in a La t i n i z

found a a

cl

That t h 1

fo rm.

y

mhl d h r

her c h i n t

fr

·

.

·k

r

of wi rlom, who

from a foreign land.

·

t he i r room.

c k l ed-face,

We

tared at u

They ha<l probably nernr

The profe

or welcomed u

in

xerci e. con t inu ed.

J im maiden o f perhap t wenty-eigh t or

a

l e rn tion proce ded to read i n a w heezy voice a

a prop r

Du<leva11t :

from �I mc.

ag

Pourq uoi aimes, s'il faut se qllitles

l' heure ?'

"J n t here a rnki h. m i n isterial fel low rai ed hi

hand and inquired i f

aid

t h e profe. or, •what

aimes <lo

h is work

by t h e i r n a me"

n m mer , be i n <Y called upon, aro e, and after carefu lly adj u ting

n i ne

tout

wrapped u p i n

ncl of the hour.

a l i!m i fied but crenial man ner, and t h

pa

with a ri ina i n fl ec­

'\ant of time com relled our w i t hdrawal from

e u a ·t ran cre r eut

'·A fi ry-hair d

to

A part ially i 1 1correct

cal l i n er u pon the pupil

aho u t thirt

u rio i t ie

ted

on t h e Olt,' mea n t t h a t t b e

,or 'rn

Prof

hi

were i n t e r

or r cei,·eil au w r

a�·ed from here to t h e depa rtmen t of :\lodern La1wua"e .

if we were

h fore

oint . we

n o t h i n g.

the ace nt

the Latin recitat ion h fore the

I

I

the ex l a mat ion of • Ye !

b. ye · . ' w i th

or'

'' e remarked t h a t i i an 1rn wer was

propou nd cl.

an,,w r would cal l for t h

down the

�oou t h a wed o u t and kept

p c u J ia r manner i n w h ich t he profe

t h e ,·ariou

" \fe

or who bold

hould l i ke the profe

q u i val nt to

i

th

loi·e

or to

Thi

afforded an opport unity for t h e

1 1 to t h e

e a t and h id her face behind h e r

t h i n k about t h i ?'

cla

clam el to re t, and

h

book, au a t which wa

1 l rop1

.,, e l l , '

like.

word mea n t to of t h e c l a

loi·e.

b

ex.

i m i tated b y tho e of her own

A bier, cl um·y fel l o w w i t h a har'l1 voi e ;• u e

love

wa

aid that

he thou "h t

better than l i ke, and

wa. of the . arue opinion.

' H reupon t h e I rofe

or r ma rke] : •Wben I w·

in

t he

the majority

Pari

I

aw a


1 .5 G

c u ri o u .

m pl i t i a t i 1 1

x

LBY

'

'!' I i i,;

f thi"

O il.�

' L E. d'/1ote, 1 1 1 0 1 i A if' ll' mom nt word like i 1 1 Fr

A t t h e· taUe

• •J'oime Jft1dr11ne --- . ' marked. • ·Ja ime 1 l1achir." Th I' fo l ' e th l a t tl i 1 1 E n gl i : h by t l i e w o r t l lore.' mau \\' l i o . a i d

poi n t my

· · A t thi

t h e h i n t t o r t i re. a n d

l t a k e s 1 e a l' a n p l :i. y

th

not pau

v e n e ra b l

n .ira ired i n

f s t uc l e n t

Jndee<l

1 1 t l 1 ir hook .

p rn f

pl' . i l i n g

t'

x i b i 1 1 a pa�. a c r ; t hen

atten1pl

to

•Go<l bl-e'

a u ed t h

'Eh

?' ·ai l

we . u ppo ed.

fo l l ow at our right. who wa

li t t le

th

t nt ig h t way hen-au

pMt · oE w hi c h

w're i n t e l ­

k a r l v a n t ag e of t h e l u l l t o

fe l l o w

t be p rn fe- or.

urlcle1 1 l y bro k e i n

·God

ble " y o n ,

ir '

n f f i i ntly

l't'COl'ered

wa. t o

r

pea k e r.

l e ft

l a rk-. k i n n ec l fel l o w tenderly t r i ed t o

be i d e out,

h i m.

If

po

i n elocu t i o n .

Y

e. i o n w On

han

l.

I

vi i t ed t h

n t e r i ng 11·

co n t o r t i n g h i m el f i n

the

\'i i

h apel,

fo u n r1 t h e

i m i t a t i o n of t h

pre­

i l l e a n d vigorou l y

i ze o f a h e n '

l epo i t ed it u pou t h e p u l p i t b e h i n d h i m, an d proceed

\\' h i� key t a x .

will.'

t p p cl u p o n t h e pla t fol' m , and after remo vi n g

pacious mou t h a c h u n k o E O'Uffi abo u t t h e

i n h a r ro w i n cr ton

lie

h ope

1 e immed iately b e a t

o

S e i n g us he at o n ce rn · h eel to o u r

penker t h en

0 1 · a t l eugth

T h e profe

'Thank yon . . i r,

t ro n g n rve. ,

retreat . ov re<l o n r

whel'ei u wa p re e 1 1 t a cl�L profe or u pon t h I l a t form

from h i

A

· at

t o era,

" [fo vi 1 1g a t l en <Y t h r

··The next

.

m u ch ev 1 1 for my

a h a : t ,r, u n ob. ei·yed

hook our

t o bur t into a l o url, r u t i c laugh, a n d t h e

t ud e n t

h,r. teric

r su·ci t at e t h e dam_el w L o

h

t o·

reply.

female

v iou

t i red a

R o e n ra n tz. n n cl h e

A ftel' r a rl i n g ab ut an a c t , s m

aga i 1 1 ,

was th

a1l i 1 w

I'

a f w remal'k . con c l 1 1 d i n o- thu , ' ' h a l l we "'0

or t h e u marl

l i o-i b l e, h e t o o s a t d o w n , a n c l t h e prof ·- or t

Thi

t h e one who wa

o fJiccr.

1· icl e1 1 t l y p r o n a t i J J " H a m ! t o read.

of t h e

m a n i f . t , fol'

, b u t con t i n n d t o read w h i l e \\'e i n t ro<h 1c�'<l o u t'. eh·es

· -n·e . h a l l , m y l o rc l . ' S<tid a. l i t t l

11 ?'

o u r w a .y

· t u r1 y

the

h e n t h u :- i a · m f o r t he \\'Ol'k wa

reader a t l e n <Y t h . at l a w n hal' i l l O' b, o m

··Th Th

n c l i i · t ra n -

macle

Ii L i t rn t u re .

.

1 1 ch­

a f t ·r he re­

a w a k 1 ie ;; · t u l a ug h. ga1·e m

:> m i l i n g l y l ·ft t l 1 e room an l

o w

p u p i l s wer l o k i n g

tw

cl id

m p a n i o n . who h a

·

F l'

<l a

d

egg

to de1 1 o u 1 1ce

of i n t m 1 erance all(] the i r u pu r ta n c e of t h e


]

T J I F.

·• H .

wa

a t I n g t h f:'mlt>d. au l t h

i 1 1 terr u p tecl

, om

profe� .... or t h 1 1 m : H l

re mark_.

57

I le

a l a n k . u 1 1 �oph i .... t icated. l azy 1 o k i n g fe l l ow, w h o . "-h.r 1 1 o t . ' a , k ec l t h e p r ofe ·or. ·Th a t a i n ' t righ t . '

<1 uealt•<l o u t ,

b�·

• 'oz it a i u ' t , ' wa. t h ' r p l y : -c z � i m pson .... a i<l i t 'rns n ' t . '

· · T h e be l l 1 1 0 11· beaan t o r i ng. w h i · h re l i 1·e<l a gootl deal of mortifica­

t io n . a n d ".

w r

forcecl ou biclr· h .1· t h

· \Ye next y j -; i te<l t ht' d

H r

w

1 1a r t m e n r of

rthh of the ret r a t i ng � wue1 1 t · .

fo t e l l

ernal an<l � l orn ! I'h i l :,ophy.

a w m a n y t h i ng., w h ic h ,,urpri-.e l

l igh t e d 11 •

Th

mo-.t of the cl a�� wer

a

\1· e l l

i u a t t 1 > 1 1 t i u n . w ' .... h o u l d h a 1· e t h o u g h t i t . h a d

ah .... t ra · t · < 1 a i r m u h p h i J o .... ophiC" a l t hou�ht t ha t a

u r l y-h aclecl. <l 11<li-.h-l1>0 k i 1 1 g

t i nw.

Tb

u ot

Dr.

a

ru r l it a t i o 1 1 -

p

known

a I e1

I le wa�

he r t er

f• I I

h i m w h 1 1 he o.

n arly

a ;; J l'ep. a.,

"�e 11 .,ketl i f t he t a l l

·on w r a l way ;i -. k P c l . o m a n y fool i � h r 1 ue· t i o n :- .

the p r�on rPf'rrerl t o cli1l

a .... k

n o t i ·e<l all

t hat

t he

h e <licl

l ir l nearly

he

1 1 t l man i n t h e

o

Tb

what an

''e

mn11.

x. pl a i 1 1 e<l t h a t t h e ...r u tl 1 1 t work •d - o h a rcl

h a v1• t he b art to 1...-ak

t"n·r 1· cla y . .

wa

m a n y w h ic h de­

11 t

w

gi1·e.,

fr l l o w

a.-

i n cl

p l 11 1 1ge< l

Dr. repl ied

that

ra t he r m a l l ,Y q uestion', w h ic h c u l rl be

termed, w i t h o u t , riou ... i m propri e t y . foo! H i . ••

of

1 1 1·

th

· m •ti t

,., t,

cla

\ri t l i

m -. t p l ea�ing fea t u l'e., w a " t h e r ad i ne' Tatch 011' t o the D r . \ d ti n i tion« .

For

u rly-h •ath'd frl l o w 1 1 ea1· t lw 1Y i 1 1 t l o w d i d not u w l e r. t a n t l t h t rm }fy ... t ic i -, m .

th

a i d t h a t :.U.v t i i�m

t h e Dr.

i n t u i t ion of t h e u l t imat . ' the

1ray

"\\

m •a 1 1 i ng

But it

w l 1 ich

\\

\Ye t h on .rh t it 1rn

n o t ic

th

would

b

r pl i

·ti

ab. rbi 1 1 a i n t e re

him

abo u t tim

f r u

� ol og_L h u t

t

w h i c h th

t ucl e u r

t tidy and the p

when

1Hl n ta l wa

that h e hacl . e x. p r

of in t ere"t to y u r reacl rs.

m o t fa ciuat i J J " bra n h of

mea n i n rr of

·tly p l a i n t

· i mmecl iat . t ran

onh' th

u x t 1·i i t cl the depa r t me n t of

m uc h

p rf

T h e D r. w a n ted to k n o w if t h a t

i t lay in our m i n1ls.

xa tly.

wa

\\·a"

wh i c h t h e

• x a m p l e : Th '

uot

d our

t o l» iroing.

reeally

did not

lie wer

ee

alad to

e m <1 t o rak <l . "


l i)

T I J I.:

L E.

A WISH.

� o t w i t h t h e l ig h t 0£ t h

< l y i n g <by,

M a y my ;. p i r i t take i t: H igh t . K o t i 1 1 t h e g l a re of t h e n o n c l a y �01·

.r

t in th

But when tli

�1111

lonely 1 1 ig h t .

e a . t rn

. k.r

i.· agl o 11·

W i t h t h e l i g h t of t h e d a m 1 i 1 1 g < l a y . G o l Lfl': t n t i 1 1 l\I y .A nd

ltL

• r m c e i t t h c 1 1 may " '

ul ·hall pa

a way .

·arry my du t to it

Ju the t w i l ig h t c \Vher the s 1 1 u i rc l .A ncl my g r a v

re r i 1 1 <r

place.

l < l a n i l g rn y , cry anrl t h e 1 1 i.� l i t w i 1 n l ' · ig h ,

11·ash

cl by t h

oceau . pray.


L l : Y O IL\ � I. E.

TJI E

0 R S E T l \ E T L J O R T EY.

H

I t h ere

F'a] .,t;tjf '. You'n:

l iee11 a u age ·o m i n • r .

. ap ·11 h

• <l o ne

run­

n i ng hy t l H· 1 1 1 n e you get t h ere : ·

··Gl't w h en· � · ·

T

hrat

t he ., u :ra r '.

a m p . :rncl y o n ' l l IJ<\\.

'Y1· ' l l go a JH l l w l p : o u

ta k e

off

t

t h 111

\\' i l l i t b o-,e hoot"

off.

ome.

·

.A ud yo u fel low-

·om

o n nncl meet u-: · Th

d ic· t a t i n g

with t h a t a i r

l i ug

onler�

\\' .,., t l i ro1rn off b,r ! J j ,

to a .' e n io r . a 1 1 c l

mo

t uf a l l to

ho

one 11

honor

it><elf

f - n pre n w cy w h il'h a l way>- attn ·hes

:. u 1

hold

\n n k l e r icl,

a n d , o m ho"·

ollice

of

i m­

port :rnce. Th• air wa

t o mucl1.

"'t pp d 0 1 1 ; to ;.. u l i m i t \ra

Jf

,,-e

!!O

t o r 1 110 \·

T

re>pJ.,-

11· a -,

to

admo11

ledge

o f f · n d i 1 1 !! boot-- .

t h e f u n y o u · 1 1 m i -.. ,. , t h e sl· 1 1 t i nw1 1 l y n ' l l

h ave affe<" t io n a tel,r cl u 1 1 � t o you '' i l l

P o o r hoot

Jo�e.

'. You l i t t l e k n o w

T h e m ud

ling t o o t h e r

whi h

might

-,J iot>s.

c h u m p- ( " n -.. k. \\· i n k k r�i<l. r derr i 1 w to

· · " ' I i •re a re t h "

ou r:;

t l i · ou l _,. t ·o u r;.. e .

I l o rn t i u

a n d Poi n z .

a re y ur ye-; ? " <.a .'· Fal-ta ff poi 1 1 t i u v down t h e t ra ·k. }1. n d b h o l 1 1 lon�-leg!!;e1 l , 5 t o o p i t l '' I I o ra t i n- w i t h h i � mo t chol a rl y

. . "· h e r t he r

n p ct a n r l I i i

1\-

f r i ' t H l Poinz.

;, • t o u t b y ra i l , w a l k i u cr i t . e x c e p t w l l n \\'

p u t i n to a H u t t r i n g agi tt1 t ion b.\- t h e t a p . t a p on p r t t y rn a i < l . D i d anyo11 "Ah. t h c 1·

An l eY r

'."

what Jot of

,

a

·i ty

fa i ry

th

th r

ti

w i ndow b . · . o m

a r e i n "-•t t e n · i l l e .

o f u l l of pretty a i rb ?

I t w a-.. Po i 1 1 z w it

had d t e c t < l a b r i cr h t

re<1 t u 1·e

-.. l i p ofl' o n t o t h

,.;pok .

It

pot of c o l o r way d o w n t h

wa. h i - k e u ey t ra k .

that


T l l E (' ( J LJH' () H A ' I, �: .

J6

w,"

". •

" h ich

cn·<1 t u r

a}

H o rat i u , w i t h

· l lara('teriz >. i�

].

th

t , a g i r l ; 2 n c.1 , a

e l o q u e n t and o v rcome

Diable,

Com · o n ,

o f a C' a r •ful wci " h i n •r of o p i n ion

viclen •

ch ol a r . ' n o w l j ucl u

t lioro t w l 1

Lul 11.

Jn

by a "ll!.h o f

fact," say.

t h a t yonr l e r

H o rn t i u . , w a }l. i ricr

n t i m e11t, ·· he'

.

a

.J i m

Lolu.

.o , low."

clon't b

" Look l 1 c· rl!. o l <l mau , don ' t. "0 to

pi

e. h •fore y o u . e l ter,"-fro m

Poi 1 1 z t h ro w i u cr cold w a t e r 0 1 1 t h e arclor.

('ll l l j u r l ae by ht-r crai t . ;\Lu hlmoi.,el l rle Calni-; ? f i n d h er a bea u ty w i t n w · rotn ' al o n f! . " I t wa. \\' i n k l n irl fast J o, i 1 1 ,,. t h a t c l i •rn i ty

i. a ra.ttl r, I t JI you, i[ I

' · B n t &h will sh

prov

to l J

,

th

'.\foria 0 r the

he ha<l

.o

m n t lt. .

m i ty

w l t ic h

cam p u · f o r t h e l a. t few

co1 1 t m p l a tc a

1 1 ow sad to

cl tcri l 1e1l d i c

I

11 t i t

c u l t i \·at ·<1

·w ho W 'll

ma11'

long

a n c l car ·fo l l y c u l t i va ted beari n (J'

o .· l i . ,J 1 t a t l i i1 w as a few yard

ut to ft i • r h t hy

of

c;lot h . R y t h i · time t h e . u bj e t of o u r con v r�at i o n had rlra w 1 1 n a1"

'Ve \\' re all

I t r cla i 1 1 ty "rac

.

coy, a n c l l l c•r very gow n a nt

b u t carriccl a way by

u h a t h r i l l' t i 1 1 g l i 1 1 g t l i rn u .,.h u , t h a t

i t touched

om

one

staff, trai tor to

t h e po i n t

e 1 1 t i m e n t, criecl o u t t h a t h e wa

camera a n cl that h ' would

w a p with

of

l ooked . o u

pa

ing

m i g h t have b e n

It

rash e u ough to h a ve tou c l 1 ed h i . fi n g r t i p. t o h i s l i p . . tatio�1. a 1 1<1 '\ i n k ! rei ! l \\'a · j ust on

ye.

H ·r d owu a. t

--

wa.

a ternp­

n hen Jack Fal­

done with carry i n g that

Poi n z for t h

leg�.

"\Ye c o u l d

h a v e m u rdered h i 1 1 i . We con fe

t h a t we d id t u rn our

a l l y-t o get a l a t view of t h

head

o c a iona l l y-very o :ca ion­

co u n try a n d r i ver.

A t a n y rate Fal taff

aicl t hat's what he was look­ i n cr at, a ncl h e

hould hav

n

known fu r he t u l' l l e<l a r o 1 1 I more than

a n y o 1 1e

el e.

But -

he was a pr tty l i t t l e beiu cr,

a n rl gen t l e read er, i t wo uld have c10 1 1 e yo ur

a perh ap

t i l y she t hrew "Now

k i ·s back

to

yon fel l ow

m i l es, b u t I a m n o t , "

o u l rrood to

.

ce how prP,t­

us.

t h i n k I am goi n g to carry th i · overcoat

ay. F a l . taff.

ix


T H E C O L BY O R A C L E.

161

· · Here' with you • .Jack, olrl m a n , '-refrain from Winkler i d , and t h ey l eave Hora t i u t o keep t h e bridg with Poin z . Fa! taff and Win­ kler i d wal k off wil11 t h e i r u noffe n r l incr overcoat the

Win low

on t h eir arm

Boot - old-at-Rea ona bl -Rate , and di.appea r d w it h i n . j u t a

came a l on g with t wo b1 i crh t-faced cou n t ry o-irl youth

i tt in� between t heru.

The coat

po i t

d ul y rl

wer

of t he propri tor anrl to th

d o n a piJ

We

of Lroom . w i t h the at u

w i t h mouth

B u w h a t ' - t h e matt ·r w i t h Poi u z ancl I Ioratiu, '. ion o n t h e i r face�.

Poi n z wa

cau

a· though i t were in

kne

._omethino· m u t

rl t h e e

top thi. e ternal

.. \\· I I . after yon w n t , a l o n rr cnme a carri n «e with

\Va

tart.

o u n t ry Jail.

Poi u z . w i l l you let m

t wo uic

t 1 1 t h i ,, ?

t h e be,t t h in,,. you e\·er

I know i t w a

x p re«-

u p pre. :>e<l laught ' l ' , now

eriu!! antl L •ll u s w h a t ha happen cl. · and a

t:Hi

ome " ay re�po11,,ihle for a l l h i

e x uberance o f c p i r i t . . . � � o w I lora t i u , " say� Fnl t a.ff, • ·make Poin z

girl

w itle

hinv-.el f. and would giv

quite hesi<lf'

fe l i n o-s, now a l mo t hiwtiug with

l a 1 p ing h i

onsen t

m a l l ho,,, t of l oafer ,

caped without bei n cr 'D IY11lfe<l.

h aYe happened \Th i lc we were away to hav way t o h i

a team

and a merry-looking

general editi at ion of a

w h o left the . ubj ct of COD \'ersatiou to gaz ope n .

toward

Po t - Office-aud-G eneral-ProYUon- tore-Dr,,·-Good -and­

ni k­

look i 1 1 g

I know i t

But. Diable,

aw.

k ep . t i l l a n d l e t 1ne tel l aho u t i t . " Thi

lat t r, we a r

o m e a perity.

"

rry to

E ven I lora t i n

011fe ;;, t u c wa · morta l .

1 l a t e H o ra t i u � . p o k

with

'IY i t h a mo-;t ,,e,·ere: a n c l

a l mo t w i t h eritw gla nce a t the buhhl i n "' Poi n z h e pro ' etl, : •·Th y clro•

alonrr a n d l urn crl pa t us i n to t l 1 e

klerei1l � ou h a v e lost t h ' mo t t h r i l l i1w

half way a -ro.

the

t al aho n t t h e lad'

t wo

l ittl

h acl

·o,·erecl bridge. <lll1l

tlie fi r t . pan-I rlc·elare Fabtaff a n rl ·win­

j u t ahout lialf way aero-

pi 01le o f t he <lay-about �<lW

t 1Yo arm

we

aw it a ml

that, Poi n z ?

Yes they

pan, th re i l l t he dark, we

fir::.t

11eck.

It wa

"' n t v e ry clo e.

rat h r <lark, b u t '1\h a t '

d id, a o c l theu th y bur t i n t o a merry l a ugh and t h r w ba ·k

a

ki -

to u . . ' ·Our e n t i mental journey i. out h a ,·incr recover a from t h e t a r t <l o n e

mor

for

ternezin or terne," sa.'· Fa l laff, a , bock occa'-ionecl b,v I loratiu-· r cital. w

the

uuar

camp.

'IY i n k lereid and

Fal taff


T i i i·:

1 62

swapp •d r

( '( ) L B Y

· · D a l' l l · < l

l ia g-g'<lJ.!P.

if

I ' .\ ' L i'. •

(

tli

a n-' 1 1 ' t

l eer

ucld uly

l i <T l i t ·r:"

mflrk ' 1 \\' i n k l e 1·e i t l . d i d n ' t l i a 1·e t o r n co u u t e r m u c h "\Y e

in

,

·very w l i f· 1· ti ,1<1 .

th

\\�e

\\'

m n r l d .r .

11'01'. .

Tli

a I mo. t

i11

11id.

wa.

::H u r l

t l 1 , ro<u l . he� i d , t h e road, i n

th·

road>-i <le. t h a t wa�

110 l w t t e r.

f i i·l r l \\ as

<l ·�pair.

Wu '

roarl ; t h a t

th>

t ried

t ried

E 1· •n

"\Ye were

at

I l o rn t iu

t l ie , ' url­ n i r.

· {.: l ia r "'e for th

not

ro,1d.

<> t i k

came off. H

·a m Uc

fa.

th

i11

t

l i fted

II

11

for

b l u�

one

up

But 1 1

riec 1 .

· � t e n ,. i1·el y .

Y e ry

ch<ll"'C

, 1 o w 1 1 to

i::- u 1 1� ," h e

cla .1·

foot. t h e

did ra m e

of t h e

rubber

II

c a re fu l l y repine c l t h rtt foot.

H

carefu l l y

l i ft ,d up t h e o t h e r foo t . t h e o t h e r ru bb r ff.

o l i lo q u i z e ' l

repl acecl t h a t foo t .

m i n u t e.

f r a

Then

h P.

cooped d o w u and t o k l i o l r l o f h i · l e ft r u hber with hi· r 1 hi

r i gh t hand.

rn bber c:tme , l o ll'l_I'

d i e l e ft

foo t

inti.

fr0c.

t reated jn · t a,

t o l i!! h t ,

l i ft-

The l 1· ft

t h . righ t

l o ll' l y i l l to <l a rk n

free foo t .

H or •t t i u

Tl t e righ t f o o t

t i l l wa

aucl

p u l lH1

holcl o f l l o rn t i u ',· r i g h t l eg

got

moved, a n c l - H o ra t i u

t h e . ame t i m e h

..

re­

. \. t l a. t

Po i n z . w i t h great pre,ence of ru i n d, pl aced a

rail frou1 t h e fence und 1· h i. CTl'Q a n ecl not a. b e f r e .

At

l o w l y an<1 li1bo riou, J y .

foot

wa

pull d a

oh t i na t . too.

be fo r , a 1 1 d \Y i u k l reir1

T h e foot

started,

free.

' " ' l 1 o u l d t h i n k a u y fool wo u l d k n o w bet te r t h a n t o j u m p i n t o t h e nrnc1

l i ke that." sai l \Y i n k l ereid, b y \vay of consol a t i o n . of get t i ng murlc1y." " I t w o u J ,1 he 1 1 ice i f you 1Tc r e a Hora t i n

ible

l ookerl a t h i m 1·ery

Poi n z

Poi n z wa be

n ic k e red a

bird." remarked

uo

n eed

Fal. t a ff. mean i ugly.

a rn e t l y , b u t said n o t h i ng.

The

fr re p r e

-

u s u al a n d s tepped in t o a mud hol .

l augh i n g so h ard t h a t h

aw t h at h is rnbbers were gon e.

cakes," ays Poi n z ,

" T h ere'

• I ' m off."

wen t t h re e or fo u r

tep

before

" By t h e H ickory-<lotlge-o f-hoe­


TllE C >LUY

IL\ 'LE.

1 G3

m i l ii fai n t l y an11 r m a rkecl \\' i t h an a i l' of great lea rn ing,

H o ra t i u '

· ' T h e "·a�· o f t h e t r a n s � rel'.-,01' i5 h a n l . "

?"

mau

At

th

t

hegau

P inz

cl

a k

•·Oh . ··

f fre

h . c o m e o ff . " a i1 l F a l t a ff : "11o n ' t

•·

Ther u po n

any of y o u r

· n ick r aga i n .

. . \\ h a t '

�a itl

n t h i n;,"

\

· u l t y on arcou n t of the roads,' etc . , we ca me "That'll make

. . If y o n b u m

pit•ce \ ' h i l e I g·t t h e

'.

o�h

· · By

be

wan t t o

reall y .''

am ra

e l ,, . i n fa<"t ll'ent h a l f \\'<\,\' t ··Tl10 1 1 !!, h l t h ·r

a run.

cl [ g

1;

kip <10\Tn t b

Poi n t .

· · 0 . !! O 0 1 1 .

It'

br k

H

i n to

hiJI

a

la t par­ umet b i u g

t ick .1· red m utl. t t i n !! murl1 ly.' , a id Poi n z .

h . !!U ha,; your h earl : " ' "'i u k l • re i cl . ta r l h r n i t .' . . . · Let clo�" rl l i g h t to bark and b i t . ·

n·cl

regular Fr 1 1 c l 1 roll on

h i -. knee- in a J ough o f

wa-.11 ' t a u .'· ue

..

-. n ick

a

taken.

L t '- he t ouk," :- h u u t tl \Y i n k lereicl . io i n g th

t ic l e of h i � c l ig n i t y a 1 1tl hm, t i n g- i n t

hi

mat ter. old

<l h i l l l onl 1· 1 l on l>o t h ,, ide� hy tall t ree .

of

f tart.

r

t he

o i n z . ,, n icker i n !! h ard r tl an e \·er.

c1ifl'

a pr ·tty t a rt l i t t l t:' p i · t u re . " . ai1l Fa l , t a tf "' i 1 h

th

B ro "·n i u g at u s . "

Fa! taff.

la t . after mncli

top

t

j n t a· hacl t o

l

lo't h i � temper a' w e l l

A n o t her

<1 uote

j a rned

qu t a t ion:'

S h a ke�p re a"

from

a;;

from

Br \\' l l i l l !.! . " -. a i'l Fal ... taff. · • . uppc h<.'

.. c_;,.r • ·ti r •ti . "

-. o . "

· · W h .'' i u

"'"" P o i n z ' I 'm

l 'l" : tt1.' ,

1 h u nr l 1 · r

n:p l ·'" fire '. " .. u c l < l t' n l y

laro 1 1 i to

goi t 1 !.! <l irl 1 1 ' t

y o u 'rnit

t ill

h o u t er l

F a l � t a ff.

He

1 harl

clean ·cl my �ho ·.' · . t o nuet l \Yi n l l erei r l . .J u t a t t h e t up of t h tl1

I •ft of t h<'

roarl.

' · l l a 1 1g1·cl i f I ' l l

t'

h•ave

it

at

th

. . _\ !!re 1 1 . ' :-,airl w

h i l l llf'_r o ) l ( l t l w l>ri <l�l'.

a r ry t h i h o u .;; e all.

.. I ' l l h · t t h ·re's a J > l'e t ty �aici

F:il t a lI.

C<lmera any fa rt h e r '. till

we

fem111e

\'l i u k l er ·id a u r l F a l - t ::i.ff "' r do r, "· lien th

at

;. t , l l f l:- a neat l i t t l , farm bou-.c.

co me in

hac k . "

t h e hou�e. "

go i n " lo t h e fron t

pli i losophcr l l ora t i u

arh·i- d t h l'm

Fa!. taff p11t on h i I I 'd b e n in the eo u n t r\ . t o trv th b::i. k cl or. . t �t a n d mo t rad h i n " . mi le, a'1cl goi iw ar 1 1 H l l o t l 1 • hack door .w


1 G4

rapped.

\Ye

the door w a

t idy

n A C f, V,.

T IH:

femme

aw

o me o ne p e p t h ro n .,.h t h e ii;ndow,

l o w l y opene '! a l i t t l

way.

aucl

ra p cl t he doo r k nob a n d t h

o th

t h e col l a r

I'

a mome 1 1 t rag"ecl, u n ­ of a black

in

One h a n r l of a

Jewfou nclla11<l do", w h i l e a voice .aid, • · ne y o u a pe<l d l l' r ? "

Fu,J

i n offen i ve

to I av

onr

We took

hel' t h at w

In

it i

j o u rn ey .

rat h e r h avy.

n't any

Xo t b rE wa

hi

w · r e 0 1 1 1 .v a n

entim ntal

a m C' ra in y o u r cha r<Te, a

not go off u 1 1 e x p cted l y .

chi11e i n it.

· u red

pa rty o f y o u 1 w g n t lt:meu o u t o u a

-n'e would l i k It 1rnn l d

taff a�

i u fernal ma­

The fen.me agreed .

to

\I e

t h e fi Id an 1 a i m ec1 . t ra i g h t for t he cam p.

o n ly for a fu l l brea t h , a

the

o i l und

t a ff lamen ted b

But

home.

o n ahead a n < l bucket!; be for came t o t h e

I'

o u r fe t wa

au I:' he ha < l l e ft h i

Po i 1 1 z . , upported

a m p l l:'rl the s<tp i11 t h .. r

carch i i 1 t:r i n vu i 1 1 f o r

1Y e r

... - ·""y·"' .,_,�--·-· ···-..

p l ace

F al ­

I Yi t y .

at l a · t

at

s k i m med

t h ree doz n

a r r i v' < l . c ra p i n c.r

"·hen the

k 1 1 i fe.

A ft e r

u g a r a u d h u m a n bein ) '

.

we

in icle we

eal'ch wa. del v i ng in the <li r t n ar th phtce . u p p o :ed to be l i i ve t l . At l c<l t l lora t i u

_._

aid it wa. in such a

topped

oft .

l'ubher b o o t

m a l l hla11e of hi

y rn p,

tart c l for t h e o w n e r': h o u The gen tl e man of o u r

his

t of u · liad

eue of acti n lte wa

of a _ap I an w i t h t h e

w h ere t h e gen t l e k i n

by

ra t l i r

t h a t hi

u 1 1 · l e k t.- p t I i i

· •gt: 1 1 t l c: k i n e . · •

a ked if three o f h i s kine took t w o pair, a 1 d F a l taff

wn.11 t!!rl

Po i o z

t o know


T H E C O L H Y O H AC L E.

if hi

u n c l e k e p t any b i n l

a

t u rn ed

The

in the

1 65 Horatius

ame b u i l d i n g w i t h his k i u e .

w ariecl but earae t gl'lnce u pon h i m .

propri t o r of t h e cam p

aicl t ha t if we

wou l d

make ourselves

comfo r t able in the door yarcl, h e w o u l r l \\'a h hi

hand

o u r wan t 1.

W i n k l e reid renewed

There i

a , w i n rr i 1 1

11oor-.r a n l .

th

and a t tenrl to

y ou t h anrl · h o we<l us h o \\' t o pump u p ancl l e t the oM cat die.

hi

Ily t l i i

t i m e t he ma t e r of cere mon ies h u ,· in g wa, her1 h i

k i t ·hen w i t h t h t l e me n '

in.

\\-e w e n t in and . pen t a l l

our

m a p l e . \ l !!il r r i 1.r h t from t h e \Ve t J n,Jie-.

ally all th our

fa mou

ho·H

wa5

.

q: ry

pare

ou

for

the p u re

Fal · tu ff. w h o k n e w per ou­

a rou 1 1 1 1 . r q uested mine ho,t t o refre

men for m i l

wt>ary . p i r i t � h,r

:.'!Ii n e

h ands, in t h e

o l c l ti re p la c e . a p peare, J i u t h e d o o r t o i n Yi t e t h e "gen­

o m e m n"i

011

c o n < l t> cc n r l i n �

the

ficl c l l .

h

began .

awl

k P e p i 1 w t i m e w i t h h i · f o o t a t t h e i n t i mate ri,k of bark i n rr

Fa! ·taff'.

hin .

011

ome

n o tes the fidd l e woul1l not re�pornl rra l e of

n ic k e r. .

g ra n c l ma '

Ji v

I

H e . a t be h i n d the

big a rm

hair

a!J(l

P re t ty . oon . ht:lrloun rorl ·

the h igh

f co u n� t h i- . et P o i n z off i n t o u perfect

t o n ·h .

fu n u

of

to the ma ter' erformer

l i tera l l y

by, w h ich

uch a

wa.

t h i 1 1 g t l 1 a t it ga v e Poiuz o p port u n i t y Lo re

th

pr . ,,. u re by l a uuh i n a.

Wer upon Hora t i u

\\-hen

at

la t we

once 1 1 1 0re. P o i n z managerl

to

n Yer r a l i z -d liefore t h a t

i l ence

r m a rkerl w i t h

ru i u u te

by \Y i 1 1 k lereicl'

iu

gr

Poi n z dirl

u , bet weeu

"·a

at

not

golden . ern p ba i m i l e for

W<t t c h .

'\ Y e Wf're 1 1 o w a p proac h i 1 1 .z t h e d e po� i t •cl .

tell

much d ignity an<l

t h a t he wi 11 <1 Poi n z ktrl rt'al i zerl it befor . fiv

in

w r i th d .

hon5e

w h e re t h e camera h arl b e e n

F a ! · t a lf call 'd l 1 i m . elf totrt>ther for the e n cou n ter, and tak­

a c l u b for t h e rloo-, k n ockerl o n

the door.

'\VI.tat

wa

our

snrpri e

w l 1 e n a low· l y femme in a t t ca t d re s appeared at t h e door aud po l i tely a keel Fa ! . t a ff i f h e w o u l d n ' t s te p i n

Fal taff rememberecl were going

a w ay

!Ji

co m p a n i o n

and

re. t ; h e

Po i 1 1 z decl ared that th e cha nge

the femme ·wa . o l e l y o n b i who wa n ted t o kuow

"'h.Y

acco u n t .

l ooked

r e a l t i red.

and rlecl i n erl with t h a n kii. But h e wa

in

A

we

the a p pearance of

sq·Jelched by Fal taff,

h e did not a ·k h i m i n .

'Ve hacl reached t h e foot o f t h e h i l l , w h ere a t u m b l i n g s t rea m

run


a l onp-,

b

at

happy

all(l th

ta k

Poi 1 1 z ! he 11 e<l

11

m

t u r n i ng

m a 1 1 y y a 1·,:.

P inz

' l' u .• d 1

to

med

a \\'Or 1, a l l ( ] wh n 1 1 a ft

c· mf r t .

th

hu b h l i ng

1 1 t h e ra i l w

It wa· fon u 1 1 a t

I o k i n g abo u t a n c l coc k i n g h i. 1 1 · a d n o w on t l 1 i a hi

II w

\\'

top one

gendre in

in a w h i l e as 11·

p ush al ong- t h ro u g- l t l i fe, for

m ig h t . ll" i t h a l l

r k 1 1 0 11· i t .

c n m e n1 . n n 1 1 h

, t i t un it

head a l l th hi ·

J be

<10 1 1 ' t

� i 1·

A 1 1<1 11·

\'t'I'_\' n

11· r

11· · r .

ga Ye a l o 1 1 g s ig h a n !l

Po i n z

nt

hr a t h < l

w h i l e co1·ere< l ll" i t h a

n fi n ,m

dawl.1· po itio11, ancl '" •· I ' l l k e e p r i g h t 0 1 1 c rn pe<l a w ay a t t h

'JI

h h\ck

h oo t . "

w i t h my

occ u pa t i o n . '

acc u m u b t io n

" A n d I ' l l k ep my po · t o n c i te

of

the

Pal t a ff

poppecl ou t t ri k e

�ro w ] d "' i n k i e r i d a

f mud on h i

b ridge . . .

BeuL\ l t . "

t y l i� h a t t i t nlle . l 1 i

At h1 t he 0 1 11e, iret a m o 1·e.

cl o t h .

ut a n c l . aid. · ·

to

ea i l y .

mor

e

\\' i n k i e r i 1 l e x ­ rel i 1>v d

wa.

of

t i me to l o o k

a l i t t l e pararl i

aero

loo k i n � rig l t t

I >t ·, ponrl

l !.'.;; a n c l I r c eclerl to t a k e a . ni of

h·e

u r.

b t! right i u a 1· one, for

11 1· rn � h :1 1 1 < 1 l t n r ry,

y o n k n o w t l ta t w e a r

"D

go od pi ·tur -,om liit of backgro u n d . "

pn: t t .'·

p i c t u re. a l l about w t i . a t w e

at.

allll n o 11· Oll

111i1w

1 1 t f o r i n t r e t . a l t l l a m igh t y It i

of

lti,

a t cl w 1 1

t h a t . b u r t o u c , · · � o \\' thi$ i

fr

ft

fr

w h ith i t h a r l t n rn e < l

L E.

IL\

TJIE

l GG

�ho

ome he

.

, n i d I Iorat i u .

" \\ h a t k i n cl

of an e � p r s-ion do .'·o u \\' a n t m to p u t 11 ?" "Th i n k of t h b i rd . " n i <1 Fal �t<dt : a11d 'r i t h t ha t Poi 1 1 z b ur . t i n t o �uch a fi t o f la ugh ter t h a t h

ro l l ed

ff h i : . t'a t a 1 u l co u l 1 l n 't

be

till

l o n g enough t o b e take11 w i t h o u t m o ,·i ng.

· · A m:rn ll' i t h a lll<li 1 '. n e n• r acco u 1 1 tabl ."

i n te n t

to

Hut lie bor

c r u s h F a l taff.

wearing bring

up

a cal l u .

·'A re you r ady r" . . H o l d 011 l t m ge t -- "

B u t i t wa

too l a t e .

The pict u re wa

ai1l

u nder i t

taken.

H o ra t i u . w i t h t h e 11·cl l .

Co n t i 1 1 ue<l


O L B \-

T H I::

HA

LE.

E I G H TY- N I E.

\\" hen t h

.\ m l

Y i olet� bloom aga i n .

th

:\lay-fl o w e r

on t he h e a t h

Ope t he i r p ·tal - to t h e Bl oom for

un -

w1:: e t· ce1 1 t ed w rea t h .

ome

. \. pp l e .blo!> om.' reclol n t Fill th ncl tli

a i r �..-it h perfu m

l i t t l t:

o n u,trr

r;\J'e

we L .

"'lri t h I v -note· each oth r greet ­

Th . 1 1 w i l l t:igh t .\·-n i u e h a " e gone From h r • I m a .:\later' h a l l . , J 1 1 t h ru 1 1 e \' rmore to . tay,

� e '' rmore w i t h i 1 1 h e r walls.

Th e. On

Pa. t . w

b i<l a<li u !

aff ctionat

fnrew II .

0

T h o u ha t fayor d u. w i t h joy ,

Of w h ich '' e w i t h J o y , w i l l tel l .

l 11 r1

ar memory'. para<l i e

F rom w h ich uon Thou

ca n d r i ve away

h a l t fi n d a r

R st to t h e

and u

t i ng p l arefor aye ;

Ben fi t . from t h ee d e r i ,,ed, :Jl i 1 1 d. e n ] i O'hl n'd. Heart ma l

tr ngthen'd, t ra i n 'd.

b r i uh ter, t ru e r fo r

Ry o ur voice. oft proc l a i m ' d .

1 67


16

THE Th

1 r

,

0

t re

F u t u r , t>V r 1 1 ar. d in er clay by day:

t w e glacl ly-veil cl tbou art.

And t h y b au t ie", w h o

\\"

w i l l tem p t th >c, nd th y face

w

an

fain w o u l d l'ee.

·w het h er it be rou g h ancl ru lt>, Or of ra<liauc

an

try t!tee llarrl,

pa · t < l e.,ree.

ay !


THE

C O L B Y O R A C L E.

1 69


T i i i·:

1 70

A N N A L ES. :M ay 29. 30. J un e

R a rr Baby Epi od . Tedd 11 pl ay .

D mit ianu� tak

1.

Robbie t a k

;? .

·Sol .

te

' <l

1.

t i ve. '

a vacation .

an i m prom p t u bath in the ::\Ies alon kee.

ol ! "'\Vl1y

persecut

.

t

t ho u me ?"

con ent t o a l l o w the boy s t h e u e of

The c -ell

the

gymna-

ium in the eveni ng.

5.

l\I.

:. C . 1 1 .

6.

Colby 1 0 .

6.

.

7.

P rexy l 1 u r n

bru b a t the ' · Hennery . "

Fi l l Day.

O n e re ore! beaten.

7.

Parker p a i n t . c i l i n rr of laboratory. n ior cla

h:ne cla

J u n ior appoi n t m e n t

u p per.

come out.

l\Iac get

on.

Ben ba

to

w r ite a n e 11· article. 9.

Bate

Colby

1 2.

6.

cia

1 0.

Prof. Adam. mea u re

1 1.

"'\"by i 1 1 th u u d e r di<l n ' t you w h i t le

1 3.

Bate

1 4. 1 6.

1 0. Colby

, at

Bnrn

e .

?"

wick.

Fre h me n uu. y � u rve.\' iug campus. 1 7 , Colby

Bowrlo i n .s

1 1 , a t Lewiston.

Sk ow hee-an an <l get n i n e 4. on a Score, . mall

l\Iac's n i n e go to

w i p ed u p.

l\I a c wou nded by a

S ko wh egans 1 4, Mac's b at ted bal l a n d carried home

l\I. S. C. and Bates play on the cam pus. .JU . S. C. 27, Bate 9. Great Clay for ch in n ing.

b u tter. hu11t

for

t he

"Coach" l e ft at home

man

from

Skowhegan.

Bates'


T 1 1 £ C O L B Y O R A C L E.

C. y-. Colb.L OH

.M.

2

t h t! campu-.

R a h f o r 1\I. S . C !

olby -!.

171

l\J.

core,

t h e Read i 1 1 0' I 00111 A

22.

a n i ncrea

C.

'.

Gootl-bye µen n a n t . ociation on

Ba rrel pen ,,ion d an<l placed on

the r t i red l i . t .

25.

Ba.

Bal l ::\Icet i ng. decl i n e aml i

nearl y a

B u mak

Sarn.

E x a m i n a t i 0 1 1 . beain .

:2 ' .

D u n bar a rri \•

.

a we1·k.

2D.

F re�h m n

e ::-. i t

p ech on t h e qne tion ibb make. a

peech. • · \\e

A l l make

Xe\'Pr a n y t h i ng l ike it

i < l n ti t y.

can1lidate ?

a

am.

ha>e l o t the pPn n a n t . etc." 2-.

-

r l i t t o : Beecher l i kewi e :

elocp1 e n t a

rent appla u-e.

0 1 1 hi

peeche . een before.

E 1 1 t ra 1 1 ce e x am i n a t io1 1 .

:'ll i l le r goe on at

He

Gene h a. honor- t h ru t u pon h i m .

t o 1 1 0 :wai l .

th

;t boat r i r l -h is - i x t h w i t h i n

T h _r charter

Bangor.

Bet :

1'·here ar

a

u ra ve l t ra i n .

;.;oph. p :i. y f o r t h e baby . J uly

1.

B.1cca l ; l ll reate S rmon. �

'vt

Boardman

m uch of a clay

m a n ager of t he B. B. A. goe. to

Get gr

:2.

cau <rh t

in

P re· ' n t a t ion

how · r.

a

Day

011

··The

. ermon .

The

Oak l a n d

t he · C a m p u - . t o be

J n n ior E x h i bit ion i n t h e las

e i t h r.

to

\\ Ort h �·

po t bills.

way o f

t rau.­

the

or." etc.

Ben B u t l e r . u ppo (•<1 3.

.A n n i �·er a ry

for . e r m o 1 1

Day E x e r i e

not

ven i 1w.

C a m pu

o n th

::\Iee t i n g o f T ru tee-.

e n. ancl at t h

h u rc h .

n i v r:'ar.'·

ra tion h .'l P r e . R o b i n on of Bro w n "Gu i verA l nm 1 1 i G a me. P rof. trie t o catcl1 and get

i ty .

rat t l cl . a l u n 1 1 1 11.

pir

.: pi1l r m n .lw a<.:ts a

rn t t l t'tl a n rl

the pro f. '

u m pi re . weat

ha t.

Co1 1. iclt' rn bl

much.

Doe· n o t

1••

wel l k n o w n

ch i n n i n g.

want

Tm·

t o t r�· it

a "'a i 1 1 .

4.

C o m m n cem n t .

. en ior m < 1 k e t h eir l a t a p pearance i n p ublic.

A l u 1 1 1 t 1 i d i n ner.

Pre iden t '

re ept iou

i n t h e eveni ng.

C o n ct'l't 011 t h ' Campu . .

5.

-:\ftoarl 1· and T I wt>: u n i tecl in

oth r.

8 h a w otficiat

.

hol .1· w rl lock. b u t Th

brick

<le erted.

not

to each


T H E C O L B Y O RA C L E.

172 pt.

5.

Term open!'.

A new

et of h oocl oo.

a rriv

l e l ed even t-two Fre hm n cla ,e

new

6.

Fre - h men, he icle

•·

1r.

An

i n coll ge.

u n piual-

Fl)rt_r-two

S picler t h e fort.,·-t h i rd man . "

G n e comes from B a r Harbor w i t h a p a i r of Donao l a. .

ruoou h i ner from Ten n e

ee a ppea r :

to t a ke one anrl <• h a l f

conclu le

A

The moon J1 in er

t m l ie ; two are t oo

much for him. heldoun i

going to l ic k t h e col lelo{e, w h i l e Bracly offers u p a

petition to a l l ay t h e wrath of t h e P h i l i t i n e . wants t o k uow how l ong oue h a

Ch ippy

t o be h e re before he

gets h i s name i n the catalocrue.

1 0.

Lord arrives with h i s money l o e i t aga i n .

ewed i n hi

Bloody l\Ionday .

he h as to receive Yi itor

sh irt,

o a

u o t to

Herrick bl usbe becau e

clad �m l y in

h i s ret i ri n g toga.

The b lu h becomes chron ic .

1 3.

Ah Sky ward i n itiation . Luce take

t h ree.

ical di abil ity.

Several

Fre hmen take

a degree.

Shelclo u n excu ed o n acco u n t of phys­ Padrly siugs i n stead of taking another

degree.

1 5.

Lord concludes t h a t he can n o t get

along w i t h

the

Soph ,

a nd retires to E l l worth, where he asto n i hes t h e i n habi­ tan ts by exh ibiting a bloody hand kerchief.


THE

1 6.

1

.

Prof.

' ma l l o·oe

}lac'

ficlrlle i found.

their hair.

Hl.

COLHY

'oph- Fre h

to John

1 73

O R A C L E.

Hopk i n .

The i nhabitant

of

outh College tear

Room for ale cheap. ball

}lac-umpire- quabble -yell -

<rame .

h o rn - w re t l i n <r-h i t -kick -blood-chao . to 0 i J 1 favor of t he 20.

Reception to the Fresh men b .v the Y . 'iV.

2"l.

u mrnoned to P rof.

F re - h men them.

2A-.

Pet return- from 't. John. ha

ha

no use for

Boy

whooper u p at the d pot.

a pa- enger t h a t he t h i n k a11other "fel ler"

come.

The tat tooed m an make u, a vi i t . B n p t i t uciab ] e. Fre l un e n eat i e -ream for the fir t t i me ; tht"y

think

it

. 'kowheo-an. cc.

He

rn i th''.

Peanut <l ru uk.

F re l 1 ma n tell

-.!.). :2 ..

. A. a n d Y. M.

B. ?

\\' ho croe · home w i t h li

C . _-L

core 9

Merri l l · - p i l l �" t h e cider.

ophs.

rat h r old. core 6 to 2.

chee e

Y

Colb!-

at

a n d other '·veg table-"

2.

Fair at t h e hall.

fi.

remo\·e 1 tu t h e Brick . L1 E E i n i t iation : banquet at U Cl' U ta. H ou o ra ry J u 11ior part a i «ned. en ior appoin tment , Jack

7.

Pumpkin

kowh oan

and other . Domi_h goe out teachi n o-.

!J. 1 0.

parri n ..,.

xb ibit ion in the R acling Room.

cf} LI 0 i n i tiation.

o l b.r ' . Bo,nloin on t h e Campu .

core

tO 3 .

11. 1 :2.

R ,.. A a Dalton l cture on Hamlet . even ride t h e goat. 2 R i n i t ia t ion

Banquet

at 1\li -

}forrill''.

l/f i n i tiation.

1 2.

Z

1 -!.

Prof. Bri to! " k i ·k the

1 5. 1 . 1 9. 20.

Jack di

t rick mule Yi i t t h e Reading Room. t orn over.

O\' r

'Val ker ride

t h e mule.

Capricornu on the moon.

. 1\ I . , ayfo rd and D . B. Towner hold a reviYal .

Trie. to 'TIYO of


T i l l�

1 7 4• :2. ;:!:3.

' O L B )' o n ,\

to

l \ 'a\'e

ar t�1111

'lt'n�h1 1 1 1 l , Ohi . '

rorn·e n t i o n at

:2.-.

2

:2!J. 3J . Kov.

.) . 7.

!).

D�l t ;t l " p -, i l o u

wen .!.!rn ·

i nci n 1 1at t i .

1 1 oi.

· you

L1

at

J( E

) ! t io.

M a t h 'W. : -" I l i J J ' ,. . "

h .r t l 1

'onY o t i o n

a" il t l t·ga e t o t h

P rof.

we1 · n ,, i 1 1J.!

A rt

thi

t erm ? "

.' m i t i t :-" l

t h o ugh t

·mu

u� i n cr

\Yard ' · - "

E d i t i n o f t i t E c h o c1 me o u t . . · 1 1 i o r l t a \•e :1 I t'"· 0 1 1 i n A t ro n o m y . ' m p u l ory e x e r i • i n t h e G y m .

. ' pec i a l i n i t ia t ion u f <!J

L1 (-:J. r · t n l' l l s . Dr. I J i ! J ' l ect u r . Exit l [ l l i rrel . , me i n t o prayer,. l l a l l [not D a u a ] , B ahm:rn . .' p t' t 1

wen

]. 2.

l l lanly art.

011. i 1 1 t ! t e

· i-

tl1 ,

Prof. S m i t h :- " "' ! t a t t · x t hook a n • y o n P rof.

:lo.

I

Fou r SP1 1 i 1 1 r . ! 11 '.!g't' l'l> i a k

l\"oocb

L E.

A

Fir

· er,

)fo r r i l l .

Tobey,

C a l r l wel l [ • i · ie].

t Or;n:lt' mre t i 1 1 g. Po.� t . a

�Iac Jo;.e. h i s t i d 1 l l . Ky

co-ed - ,

B u rlt>igh

an<l

c ro,,s -bon uotice.

k 1 1 1 l a url

c a p t u re a 1 l nrn ke11

man w i t h a t n n i

11et. 1 0.

, torm 1 l oo r

p u t u p a t t h e Gy m .

1 1.

Storm cl

p u l l e l l < l ow 1 1 .

01"

h m e n accirlen t l y d u � k c l .

1 2.

Fr

1 4.

. a m p.. ou

l fi .

, euior

ath

ret u rn �

E x h i bi t i o n rt i� e

!ti

J u n io r

1 7.

A n n u a l c a t a l o " u e a p pears. �enior rec p t io n a t h i m n ey

' op h . did i t ! ! !

C.

rep a i red .

Pa n;,.

.Tack

peak

and

Lec t u re hy C o l . Higgi nson .

l l . Pepper' . ·

. ' h elcloun

rooked o u t .

H ig h , ' c l t ool · h i l < l l'en fro m . ' k o\\'he<ran Y i s i t t h e ob errntory. a w l \\'a te b.t. k e t o f the Echo a p pea r .

Cover

E x a m i 1 rn t ion H i forget

heO"i 1 1 . a Pruf. aft e r i t . A s t ron om y a l ia ::\fa t h e m a t i c . p a . ed a rh1 1 1 dy e x a m i n a t i o n . " d u ri n g which Brad.\· i married.

h i. g u m a n d . e n d

Exawi11atio11 1 1 cle

in

aid I

I n t e rr g n u m Dec.

with

nrn t ac·he.

1 9.

20. 22. 23. 24. 2 G. :.. 7 .

that a

R u mor

from l la rr i 1 1gton.

5.

Te rm op n _ .

6.

A l l the

Fac u l ty

"By Jove, Te rm end .

pr e e n t i n C h a pe l e x cep t Sam aud Teddy.

The Prnf. prnpo e

to sh u t

Pa r k u p

u n t i l he elect-.


TH E

7.

A

co-ed added o f the hle-

L l f f O R A <: L E .

to t h e Faculty. Park 1 : 1 1d J ack te t t h e n1lue I t rnak , _ Pa1· k . ick.

alo1rkee wat r ?

The Geology Prof. comes to a n

h is cla - .

9.

A fac t .

igh t

F i £t ee11 t e n u i

o' lo k re racq uet ·

he"a n .

Frye ge t ho me from p r ayer m e r in . r at The roy alty C l u b

it mean ? 1 0.

)Iner a p pc:tr

11.

B r:1 1ly re t u r n

10

itation before e n t to

A . >r.

kow­

\Vbat doe

at :1ga i n .

.

'.\Ir-.

\\here

i n \' i t d t o yj·it P r

13.

First

1 5.

..:\notht>r c o - cl . !

1 G.

il l a n rl Hurd

x.

- io n o f the Brol\' n i n g ame

catch

iz

a

B ra d .'· ?

Roya l t y

lub

! u h at Prof. )fa t h e w ' . t h e re· t.

t lYO mice w i t h a p atent t ra p .

--

. 1 1! . 11

i.

·'

,1:

Q _

1 7.

Prnf.-•·\Yha t h•tppP l l '

1Y ht> 1 1 ra i n fa l l · on mu•l ft;tt

w i t h cli11n i t y -"The y become

oft."

· � e1 1 ior


176

Tl!E

l .

Au el ga n t pian o p u rc h a a rl a n e t i ck

P ro f. Taylor buy

d for the Gym,

t.

1 9.

20.

2�. 24. 25. 27.

c o n ene

at A u b u rn .

enior

Cawe - a k Ge ne.

2 2.. 31.

Ja n .

0. 1.

i

i l • 1 1 t.

Th

o r «; t n

Tli

w a t e r mot r a t ht - t work>-.

Eddie doe

i t way

ha r r I o f o i l fi n d.

S p nc

r.

St ven - a n r l

Z lJf

co 1 1 Ye n t i o 1 1

R ec e p t acle

o n t o the Camp u .

l i d i n ,,..

go

:\ fa t h e w

::Ueet with

a

Bo y s cha ed b.r a policeman.

t rn 1 1 ge ud l'E' 1 t t ure.

3.

n o t appear.

!Ji ·ago.

at

A

new

place l

de k

in the

l i hr: ur.

J. G. / .

9.

O-l·<l !.!O a -!- k a t i 1 1 g. I J u rc l . · v u . 0 1 1 h i. ll'U,\" to

Th

_\ pp<:'a rs

at

C u t for t h e .fn n i r . . , o l ogy c l a uo;1 rtl

Peter and

ft n n k t w i ce a p i

al out t hat

·How

c h u rc h

,ud l en l y

t0ps-"I forrrot . "

w h om ? \V h i t n ey p l u o-.

e h n rch l a t r-1r i th

me'!'.

� al l arou nd.

� I i · · �ly i ' "

2 E.

' e w a rcl i n the chapel.

1 0.

Lec t 1 1 r

1 2.

I l i ' l oe � n ' t

1 4- .

Bea u t iful , n n ri�P, aceorc l i n g t o Prof. i u A t ronomy.

1 5.

Tr l k ll'Ork c:on·t ructecl i n t h

1 5.

P re x y '·

h.1· R 1:: 1·. ,J. L. ) ep in the cla "

lte11· g u m

mttch

\Voocl

1 9.

22.

22.

Hi'

i te r l' i· i t

Ii )'.

, enior cla,

c h a pe l .

back on h im and t he boy

goe

get a cut.

h i m . a n d C harles u n in tent ionall.v

pa . in

goe to

in rr;c itation.

' kat i n g on t i' 1 e ri ve r .

1 7.

Oracle

i n i t ia t ion.

election

wear

for Commen cem e n t Ora to r

Bo y s wa i t o n

t a b l e at

Ben B u t l e r '

le t ter of acceptance received; read

G. A. R. Fa i r.

ami l great appla u:e.

in

at

.

chapel


THE

J a n . :. 3 . 2fi. 2

Feb.

Lecture i n ch a p J by !·lu r l'

cla

gi 1·e

Re,·.

1\l r. Dixon.

a n e x h ibitiou.

- t on in chcmi t r y .

Dom i h cre t

30.

Y. :ll . C. A . · u p p e r am1 rec ption.

31.

Day of

prayer for col l ege. .

c h a p el b y Re L

C. V. Han

1.

:.\Ir,.

8.

.Tunior Priz

4.

The two Edcl ies an

LiY rrnore fa i l

Debate.

lub

'I

ex cn

The fol l o w i n a

( i.

_\. t h l e t i c E x h ibition.

l\Iar. 20.

all

day.

ach- rti ed.

rruon

in

Fre bmen

··\\hat are you cro i n o· to do a bo u t i t ?"

K 1 1app fi l l G r e t c h n ·

hat w i t h

of acrreeruent "· i t h

ugar.

ol .

e h a n d e d in by mi-cake :-· · l\ly abse nce

"\\· a. occa ioned by i l l n e -

Dr. J ack ou lect u re T a at

!). 1 0. 1 2.

C ut on .

to a pp�a r a

i.rn arti l e

5.

7.

J udge Bonney arrfre .

ettee for coin- n ience of c -e<1 .

:u1j u · t height of

A t h l et i c

A p ril

177

attendan t on a ba d d ru n k . "

cl.i-g n

Co-ec1

t d. ( ? )

i n c h a p I , fo l l o w e d by D r . Pe p p e r.

ono-regationnl ch urch.

E x a m in a t ion bccri n . R e v . l U r . F l tcher preac be E x a m i n a t ion

clo·e.

·

before Y. -:\ I .

Tocle

. A.

ay- I d i d u ' t pa;;s."

racl e Boar 1 cou ven

:24-.

l\fac j u m p

iG.

Mac'

27. 2 2!). . 0. 31.

T rm begin .

F re hrnan'

claim-.

room t h ro w n i n to confu. ion. Pol y p h e m n · ret u rn

A fu l l hou e at prayer. . Profe. 01 · p ronounc

J nclue Boru1ey Boy

Drak ·

i n Libra r '·

name i n G reek.

Hatch

re tu rn · .

go to Fairfield to c h u rch .

1. 2.

3. 4.

. oph-Fre Ji riot in chapel. t h e m u l ti t ude.

Farr


17

1 0.

Pi tch r Thay r a rrive . chao. a n d o l cl

1 1.

Pike and

han

· 1 . �: .

O IL\

( ) l. l l Y

TllE

' · A nc l beyon<l

rirrhted the reiv u of

1i ight. "

y

and Pierce i n i tiated in to the Ah

" kyward

ociety.

1 3. 1 4. 1 5.

ame between fi r t and

econd nin

ReL A . R. .J ack on preache Big row hetweeu lower cla

e

Rev . 1\Ir. \Yi rtman lead

' Wh.r

in the even iug.

you come u p , come up ?"

l G.

.

at t h e Un itarian c h u rch. dou't

oal n ight for Fre bmen.

char el en·ice and l ec t u re

i n the

\•en in <T.

1 7.

Game of ball b t weeu Colby

1 9.

The

and

7.

former 24 to

tate Geolo<Tical

pecimen

iiaterville

arri\•e.

.

Won by

F re h men

oaked

i n bed .

20.

o l by v . Pre ump cot

,

9

21.

Ea. ter.

22.

I ta li an organ grinder cu

to 1 4. am.

e

Dance in

the reading

room i n the eveniug.

23. 24.

am . 'mall a t Bapti t ch urch. Augu ta cla

25.

v

.

Colby

11

, profe

Fa t D a y .

or."

Corthel l

, ophomore

T h e n i n e goe

Colby 7.

Boy

Cohen and Barne

26.

to 9 .

vi i t ing

recitation to profe · o r : -"You have a wilt.

to Portland.

Presump c o t

give A t h l e t ic Exh ibition at

crub O"ame of bal l .

3 0.

Every body goes to

1 5,

Fai rfield.

get their face slapped.

Dr. R icker comes on to Rob and Cary p lay ing

27.

opbomore

mart Freshman

---

.

Robbie pitche . Brunswick.

Bowdoin

11,

Colby

9.

o m e of t h e boys attend m i l i tary bal l at A ugu ta. l\Iay

1. 2. 3.

Lecture i n chapel by Rev. 1\Ir. Dalton. econd l ecture by M r. Dalton. l\Iock t rial a t Congregational church.

4.

Colby 1 9 , Bates

5.

Foster J.

8.

Colby 1 5, Bowdoin

B.

, a t Lewi ton.

Bowdoin

1 0.

Bowdoin

in t h e soup."

9.

1\1. S.

C. 1 2 .

( Freshman ) get ducked.

Lecture on I taly by Re\-. l\Ir. Dalton.

very weary.

"You're


THE " ophomore

1 0.

C O L B Y O R A L E.

Prize

1 79

Declamation.

Romeo'

room

prepare l

for h i m . 1 1.

1 . 1\l. . C. 1 1 . L ively time o n the o l d plantation. 2 2 Bate 5 at Brun wick.

Colby

Bowdoin 13.

Guy

brothers

play ball .

Gene cli tingui h e

h im e l f i n

r i o- b t field. 1 -t

Book aCYent co-ed

i n ve

t t h e campu .

Fre hmeu crowd out t heir

at chapel.

1 5.

Bate

1 .

Rev. :) I r. Dal t o n lecture i n chapel ou

1 0. Colby 9 . pai n .

' P h i l i p ' dead

and ouuht t o be. "

l. .

ame )I.

1

.

1 !J. :20.

at

Lewi t o n .

Bo"ll loin

, Colby

4.

Bate

beat

. C. a t Orono.

"Cmlre

parade of

t uclent

down t o w n .

Lemonade o n t h e campu . •

am li per e lock

F reshmen aml Profe, 01--

t h e oro-an grinder.

cl out of praye1· .

am era"·]

in

through

the

window.

21.

22.

Ir-. Li vermore a t City Hal l . Game a t B r u n wick re u l t � Yin

:23.

i l l u - t rate

bi

Bev. M r. Dal ton l ec t u re Fre hmen

in B a t e

beating Colby 7 t o 6 .

incapacity to u mpire. on the French Empire i n chapel.

pend the n ight looking for traces of fa] e

order . :2 -!-.

F re h rnen Prize R eading. wire

cut.

One

No fal e oder .

ection of the el ctric l igh t '

ophomore cla

i

d eacl , "

etc. 2"" .

P r x coll a rs t he boys a t the chapel

F re h man ode, '

2.- . :27 .

;mnder- l o

ophornore cla

tep

e h i watch overboard.

Billy rer eat- his extemporaneou

for

dead," etc. peech.

i nging t h e


THE

I 0

T H E FACU LTY WOULD B E PLEAS E D I F A ndrew A ndrew Barne

( 1 t) would tag h i ďż˝ brother. ( 2nd) wonld tag hi

brother.

oul l play bal l .

Bo11 ney would run t h e l\Iathematical Depart ment. Chaney would k ep a pai n t pot for hi

general health.

hipman would wear larger boot . Donovan wouldn't graduate thi

year.

D un bar would go hang him e l f. * Fall would take a t umble. Farr would

top aping h i

brother.

Herrick would pai nt. H nrd would

Kalloch

(1

top

wearing.

t) would obey t he eighth commandmeut.

Kal l och ( 2nd) wouldn ' t get

tuck on h i m e l f.

Lincoln would buy a bat. McCann would sever hi

con uection with t h e Uni tarian chur h.

Ierr i l l would pay for that c ider. l\Iun on would make up his m ind. Xichol

would n ' t ell

uch vile gum.

0 good wouldn't walk l ike Pike would joiu t he A h

a rol l i ng footed ox.

k y warcl Society.

Pierce wouldn't be so rapid. Reynold

would cul tivate mode ty.

Ross would let u p on the Profs. Rowe would d i t ribute the Entrance Prize. â&#x20AC;˘A

a favor to the Eclitor-i11-Chlef.


T H I': C O L B Y O R A C L E .

I u-_e l l

w o u l d publi h a t e x t book on what he <loe n't knon·.

helrlon wou!d join Brady.

ander

woulrl keep away from Win low. top p l a ying pen n y ante.

tark wou l d

tO\'er wou ld ofre the Fre h men mor .' r u rt e rn u t

ould l ea r n t o

Ton·er would

x

h a n ae

fi b .

ing.

n · me

with

"

re tch e n . "

Wa<l wonh would w a k e u p.

\Yatson would wea r i u t e rferi u a

tra p� .

l\iug wo ul d uot be co m e a econd Job. Y\yman would join

iama Kappa o u t of

pitc.

Fo .:t r wonl<l <1rink more m i l k an<l not \vurk too h arr'tl .

1 1


T A I::

L2

P U B L I C O P I N I O N D EMA N DS T H AT Ila

ett

l i t bi

tongue

o he can tel l two lies at once.

aldwe l l live at Ladie ' I l a l l with the re t of the co-ed Campbe l l l et up on hi

brilliancy.

C h i pman cul th-ate bra in Cot t l e p u t brake o n h i Dick learn a le

ra ther than

tyle.

ear .

t i re ome war wh oop.

Dow reall t h ree line

reek without a hor·e.

of bi

Dunham give up try i n a to

ing ba

Fl etcher learn to mind bi

.

own bu i n e

.

Fo·ter guard again t · well head" becau e h e play

ou the n i ne.

Gorham take a n t i-fat. Il ley take pain

to conceal hi

glowing affection

for

John on be more circum pect in his conduct on t h e Leadbetter

tart a bra

foundry

upplying the

--­

treet.

material

from h i

cheek . L uce carefully n u r e hi

temper le t he become ci\·ilized.

Mathews stop giving h i

brother awar .

Megquier muzzle his mouth. l\lore, H . L. F . . join t h e

Free Will

Baptist .

)forse, E. E., give away b is ghastly gboulful smile. Parson

l earn to beat Pet a t Poker.

Pea e be a soup for the heathen. Purinton petition the Faculty to change h i

name t o ' Peanut."

Rogers stop fl i rting.

Smith wash h is face after every coon h u n t. toddard enlarge h is mouth

o he can talk faster .

. turte>an t improve his gait by watching a drunken man. Teague i n vest his spare ca. h in pepsi n . W a t on beg Sheldon 's pardon for hazing him.

ow11


.fH E

OLBY

0

T H E S H A.

1 3

ORACLE.

O B E RVATO RY.

1" h a \· e the crootl fortune to be able to pr O RA C L E t w o outline d ra "·in - of the hannon

ent to th

r arler

of t he

Ob ervatory anrl Phy ical

Laboratory which i · t o be erected on t he b a n k of the river a b o u t 1 25 t n orth of t h e Gymua i u m .

f

Jn

pla nni n tr the n e w b u i l d i n g our object

,- iew : Fir·t : A mp l e accommodation

partment o f Phy�ic- and A tronomy . Laboratory

in

w h ich

adrnnced

have b e e n kept

aud

t udie

n c t ion w i t h practice i n ex perim n tal work. beincr of

i 1 1 · t ru tion i n A t ronomy w i l l a t t h e a n l profit to all frien 1

n

Th ird : The equi pmen t of

a m e t i m e be a ource of pl ea ure

o f t h e college.

Fourth : The arlequate equip­ re earche

legal yard an d

terms of t h for

tanda rdi z ing me a ur e

of len cr t h fo r mechan ic_, for land

u ryeyor , for government

the publ i c domain and for

cien t i fi c i n vesticration

preci ion.

d

pecial

The a ccom m o a t ion of t h e ecu red b�· a aeneral

Open i n cr out from th room f or

g

l

Depar tment of Phy ic

lecture room a t u re room on

hin-ing the dimen ion

1 x20 feet.

tore-ro m for apparatu .

comm u n ica te . w i t h t wo room

xl

hown

the n orth

p cial work und rtak n by ad van ced

nera l

u pon heat

h�· t he w ri t e r ma.· be con ti n u e d . and e peci a l l y t h e estab­

a l m e t r, w i t h t h e pr op r appl ian ce

l

in con­

ervice in connection w i t h th e

li h me o t of a fi ft y foot u ni t of lengt h in th

in

t udent - . both

w i t h adrnntacr

men t of a �le t rol oaical Laboratory in w h ich the undertak

q u ipmen t of a

econd : The po t-graduate

A t rouomy a n d Physic-, c a n pur·ue t he · e an ob e rva tory wh ich be ide

tearlily in

for creneral i n · t ruct ion i n the De­

On t h e

in

outh

of

and A tronomy the

ide

around plan. t here are

One of the e tu den t

urvey

r qu iring great

two

will be used

and t h e other a

ide , t he

foet on the north

main

a

room

ide of the tower.


1 4-

THE

O LI H

R A , L E.


L H \'

THE

OHA

L F. .

5E-COND f l .OOR

OE"CTIO/\J

(QUW LJ

0

5

10

IVERSITY

20

A-B

Cf?:J U:b

llRST ILOOR

JUii/ii CALVIN :iTE:VE/11 .'.> ALBERT 'Wllll 5LO\.I COOO. ARCHI T t C T 5 PORTLAl'll7. /"\e . .:X:ALE"

AT

50


l 6

TH E

One of th

will b

for photometri

u ed for a photo

ra1

l ab o ra to ry a u d t l 1 e oLher

hi

work .

The I c t u r

room i

pro v id d

with all

P rma u 1 1 t t a ble

a re

l c t u re room.

arra n u d

of t h r e f

a clear , pac pi

cl

r ception o f a p p a r at u

for t h

d rawer

hy the

fi x ed cea t

de i re d for

t h e conven ience

tucl ut

ar

t on

which i

ach ,icle o f t h

table

In

the c en t ra l

ighty

t ud e u t .

in their work.

p rovi d d for about

cl a i l .r

i11

i tu a ted o n the fi r t floor.

ta n t

a con

a i r temperatur .

t w o feet i n w i d t h on each of the four

� rac ti r.t h_v

of be t ween t h ree and four fe e t

anrl t h e t u rternot

cond

t o ries.

ide

the

the

of prod u c i n o­

a c lea r a i r

room

between the ft oo t..

a nd

p n r po e

,

b

I n t h i s room

pecial a ppara tu

Jn

for determi n i n g t h e l a w

of 3 2 d eg ree s an<l

2 1 2 tlegree

t h e e room

u pon thi

floor.

As

.

n n i t of l engt h of thi

The apparatu will

n owh ere in the w or l

character.

I

for

be mou n ted

i n d i c a t i n g t h e p r ac tical i m portance of thi

be stated t h at there i

w i l l he

of ex p a n s io n of metal

t he main tenance of a con stant u n i t 5 0 f ee t i n length

may

a

i t uatecl i n t h e ce n t e r of t h e main laboratory is co n­

n ected with a s i m i l a r room in t h e h a emen t . between t h e limit

the

w i l l al o b e p l aced

ufficient power to l i gh t the m a i n buil di1 1g.

ma l l dynamo w i t h

placed

i-l i n ce.

m a d e for a t e a m engi 1 1 e t o b e p lac e<l i n

room adj o i n i n g the boil e r room. mall room

dra\vn

it will be nece $ary to have the u e o f power i n t h e

m a i u 1 uilding, provi i o n i

The

pace

cl ar

tored i n the cellar of the tower a n d

drawn from t h e boiler hou. e b y a n u n de rg r o u nd com mun ication. for V<lrio11

a

e p a ra t i 1 1 g t h e

The room i- h ea t t> d hy hot a i r t o

blower, from the heat

metro­

J n the con t r uction

There i of

room

part of the

laboratory i t ha. b e n the aim to , c u re t h e mean

of thi

a11d maintainin

and

There i

w h i h will be occu­

The l ab or a to ry work in electri i ty w i l l be pro vid d for in l ogical lab rato r:· which i

ca,e

u e.

work, it

"' clefi n i t e l .v establ ished


THE

1 7

O R ..\. C L E .

COLBY

TA B L E O F C O N T E NTS. alutntory, A

I

ketc!J of Colby since

Re\"ie"· of the Year,

(;Ins•

0,

of '92.

History of:'!t!, ·1a�. of Hi�t

'!JI . ·01 , ·oo.

5

Foot B a l l .

91 92 93 95 96 98 99 100 101 103 104

.

1-1. 1!l 20

ry of

las. of

.Juuit1r Hi�tory . Class

of ' :J,

... euior History, tari ·tic

f the

umruary,

.

t

htoS

' !l,

of

cO, i xty-sixth Commenceme11 1 .

nlHI Faculty, W h il,ke� ,-m,.,, .

Tro

College

Kennebec

lOG

lOS l 10

.

I 12

A Deed w ithout a ::\ame,

· oo .

olby Alp1.abet and Hogue • Uallery,

An

'!ll . '():?,

Greek Letter J-1·11ternitieF.

Uelta Kappa Ep ilon , Zeta P i,

.

Delta Cp ilon .

.

i ma Kappn .

.

PhJ Delta Theta, ommary of Die D ut_clJ

ocietie

Class S i n e , Ba e .Ball

;7

f '

.

.

Poem-Hope,

.

The Yictory of Protineus, A Dream l n p i r e d by A m e l i e R i v e

.

Poem-Afloat,

A

Sketch of the Pro g res at

.

olby,

The "G lobe" Our

.

pecial,

entimeotal Jouraey,

Royalty Cl ub,

'lub,

Annale .

.

.

The Faculty Would

!>O

be

Pleased If,

Public Opi11ion Demands That, The

Shannon

b

ervatory,

,

of Athletic

Eighty-Sine,

At b l e t i c .Association, .Annual Field Day.

Innovation ,

Poem-A Wish.

Association.

ea 011

'olby .Bicycle

.

. 65-Ti GG 69 71 73 i4

Ge,ell·clJaf r .

Colby Ba.e .Billi

T"nth

mijobu,

Ballau-Peanut Drun k ,

·1ru ee.,

' '9,

Poln,

D

.

1 14 11 132 135 137 H3 1-1-l HG 150

151 154 15 159 16i 169 170 1 80 l i

lil3


IN

A T FOOT O F M A I N 'O�Dt.:CTED

STR EET.

BY

tt. ft!. ¥PRESBY AND �. \ti. This Department i open t o both

t h ing needed in

exes, where all can

ID U.N N.

ecure, a t low pr;cc:� e\·ery­

Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, BOOTS

AND

S H O E S,

D ress Good s , D ry and FanC) Goods o f all k i n d s , Tru n ks and Val ises, Carpets and C rockery, H ats and Caps, Etc . , E tc . , Etc.


Tl-1 £

COLBY

1

ORACLE.

�· ·IB . (f)w@fier � @ � .

---

I n dte you to examine t h eir stock of

Perfu m e ,

-8 D RU GS

.: achets,

O�r ,'pecial n. t t en t 'on

Chamoi

S o d a.

A N D M ED I C I N ES, �

kins, 'ponge , Toilet Toilet A rticle , etc.

Wa.ter

is

Soap ,

tl:1e

0ePltist f

L.

Brushe .

P "l.1 re s t .

gi ,·en t o order for laboratory u,e.

E.

Toilet

9

H . 13 . TU<: K E H . J . F. LAHRAOEE.

JON ES,

-------

Gas, Ether and Electrical Apparatus.

Sav i n g Bank Block , W A T E R V I L L E,

L O R I N G,

S H O RT &

M AIN E.

H AR M ON,

BOO K S E L L E RS ! P O R T LA N D ,

Blan k

Book

M a n u fact u re r s ,

M A I N E.

Binders

and

Pri nters.

F i n e Stationery of a l l k in d . A rti ·tic Wall Paper and Ceiling Decoration .

-1 �4- C O N G R E

' STREET.

Opposite Preble House.


TIJE

ID O

YOU

' O L !f f

CAN

O IL\

u:.

SAVE M O N EY HY B U Y I NG

uF

F. ] . GOO D R I DG E. I buy only the be t of good , and my price are lo"·er than the lowe t. immense

tock of ali kind

I ha,·e an

of

R i n g s , a l s o B a r P i n s , E a r J e w e l s , L o c k et s , C u ff B u tto n s , N e c k C h a i n s , G e n t ' s C h a i n s and

C harms,

B r a c e l ets a n d

D iamond

Goods.

�IV STOCK

OF

�elid and Fllated $ilver Ware Is the largest in the city, and my prices the lowe t.

To the College Student

T

would say, I solicit a generous share of your patronage, and wil l guarantee to make it an object for you to buy of me.

\'our

Yery truly,

F. J . G O O D R I D G E . N e xt D o o r N o rt h o f C o r n e r M a rk et.


THE

U) l

Richmond Straight Cut No. 1 Cigarettes . C i ga rette S m o k e r s who are willin

to pay a little more than the price charaed for the ordinary trade Cigarettes, will find t h i s

B ra n d · upetior t o a l l others.

The Richmond Straight Cnt No. 1 Cigarettes are made from the brighte·t, m o t delicately tlaYOred and highest cust G o l d L e af grown This is ihe O l d a n d O r i g i ­ n a l b ra n d of Stra i g ht C u t 'igar·

in \"irginia.

ette·, and was brought out by u

in the year

1 S; 5 .

ALLE N & GI N TER, Manufacturers, R ichmond , Virgin ia. THE

Large n u mbers o f p u b l i c School o ffi cers from all sec­ tions o f the c o u n t ry i n c l u d i ng m o re than se e n ty per c e n t o f the S u p e r i n te nd e n t s o f New E ngland h ave ap­ p l i ed to this Age n cy fo r teachers. We make n o c harge to e m ployers fo r reco m m e n d i n g teache r s . - Registrat i o n forms w i l l b e sent to teachers o n applicati o n .

E V E R ETT

0. F I S K

&

CO . ,

M a n a g ers, 7 T R E M O N T P L A C E,

BOSTO N .


TJI

T he

E

C

LIH O l! A C U:.

C o l by

Ec h o�

Publi heel Bi -\\ eekly d u r i ng t h e College Year BY

TH I::

Qtolbien�t� �ubli�IJing g��octation.

D E V OT E D

Col l ege

I n terests,

TO

Col l ege

N ews,

and

Co l l ege Literatu re. T h e ECHO i

'"L' E RlV.I S :

indispensible to every Graduate o f t h e College, and a o u rce of enjoyment to all it

$1. . 5 0

per

friend .

Y e a. r i ::t::l. A. d. V" a ::t::l. o e •.

SINGLE COPIES 15 CENTS.

lt furni hes one of the be t of mediums to tho e who advertise i n college j o u rnals.

J.

E.

VVAT E R V I LLE,

BURKE,

F o r t e r m , addre

B U S I N ESS

M ANAGE R , M A I NE.


THE COLBY ORA

No

Ni a k e

L E.

1 93

�1: i s t a ke

BuT G O D I RECTLY TO

FOR

Clothing, Hats, Caps, Furnish i n g

Goods,

MAIN

! 6

3

D o t"'

Below

P.

Trunks,

0. )

Etc.

ST R E ET, W AT E R V I LL E , M E.

H e re !

H e re ! Fin e

Bags,

Statio n e ry,

Bo ks,

Pictures.

Picture Jl u l d i n rr , Birthday Card and 1 :-1 T H E C I TY, I S AT

oveltie

S P AU L D I N G' S . F. A.

L o v ej o y DEALER

&

1 ::-1

Co.,

\VATC H ES, � C LOC KS, � J EWE LRY, ilrerware a n d Optical GooL 1 00

M A I N ST R E ET ,

C ITY

OF

WATE R V I LLE.


THE C

l !) -1E L M WOOD

H OT E L ,

WATERVI L L E , M A I N E.

E b e n M u rch & S o n , P r o p r i e t o r s . Ont' nt f u· ti 1P.:t �l 1 1 ' l 1 w � t lru•·l' d h;•1hf->� i n � � w Engl:1 11d. Partie.;; traxeling fnr hn�i11e�"' plt-;.L ... n r will ti w l lwr� a h n l l f l a 1 1 t fare. plea��rnt, suuuy roomh. ::tlHl every a.tte11tion will h� 1111i1l 10 t h� w a u t !-< • 1f gne:-t!'; tu make t he i r �t:ty enjo�·ahle. ..\� a nrnmer resort. till>· ,�icinit � nrfPr• n n u • n a l : 1 t t ra c l i"''·' in t ht: WU) of abundant ti IJiug round�. d�l igl.itfltl d1;,·e:>. and a he" l t h f l l l l"eall t�·.

• 1 1·

JIIGJI

TRY

OUR

)XIOGJI7I !IND JfIV7I GOFrfrEE.

ldFIE

Put u p in 2 - l b. Ca ns.

Guaranteed t h e Finest Coffee imported.

SOLO 0 :\ LY IJY

LANE � 1 � a..i. 1'1 S t . ,

&

F a r:i. c y

WA L L S , G ro c e -r s ,

\\ll. H . DO\Y.

Wa.. t e r"'V':i 1 1 e . . A. GRE E S E .

D O VV & G R E E N E ,

Coa l

DE.\LERS

�1�

a nd

J: \'

�1�

Wo od !

Office on M a i n S t r e e t , n e a r F r e i g h t De p o t ,

W AT E R V I L L L E ,

M A I N E.


THE

COLBY

1 95

O R A C L E.

F . A . R O B B I NS,

Furniture .;"'- Upholsterer .;j-. a n d .;j-. Harness lJ p hol t er�-

Goods

of

Every

Manufacturer.

.;j-.

Description.

DEALER IN

Whips, Robes, Horse Boots and Horse Clothing of Every Description. 'ign of t h e Big W h ip. H e a d o f S i l v e r Street,

C.

A.

W at e rv i l l e , M a i ne .

H E N R I CKSO N , DEALER ! :\

Mi

e llaneous School and College Text- Book , P A P E R H A N G I N G S,

Cor1l k.,.,

a uc l

W I N DO W S H A D ES,

Cornice Poles, Hea''Y and

L igh t

D ra p ries, Picture Frames,

a n d Fancy Articles.

DINSMORE & SON, HAYE A

Fine Display of Boots and Shoes A t t h e i r Store a t U>-tum '\Y o r k

8 8 M ai n S t r e e t .

and Repairing cl o n e i n the neate t manner, at lowest cash price .

DOW

&

VIGU E,

GROCERY J1ND MARKET . Flour,

tanda1·d and Fancy G r o c e r i e s , Meats, C o u n try Produce, Etc.

S pe c i a l

W AT E R V I L L E ,

Prices

to

Clubs.

M A I N E.


l !)(j

----

Pl N fi---- �

ef eur ewn rnanufac;ture, ([! sitti ng.

E q ual le any ([ustsrn - M ade A l se

�oods,

ru rnishin g

�en ts'

Al � -.-\ gent for the E.

P. S . H fiA uB' S. c·

--

\V . Collars and C uffs and Hathaway'- ."hirt .

P E R CY

LO U D,

�! A :"I U FA CT U R E R

OF

Custon1 Boots and Shoes r ALSO,

B O OTS ,

DEA L E R

S H O ES

IN

A TD

R U B B E RS .

Opposite Corner �liarket, M A I N ST R E ET,

W AT E R V I L L E , M E .

Leather and Rubber Repairing neatly done.


THE

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Periodical .

hort not ice an<I

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a

may

be

e n t by mail or e x pre

a n d w i l l receive t h e

a r ne care

i f t h e o w ner were ou t h e premi e .

Special Rates made with Libraries and Institutions. �)fr. :;\IcXamee wonl<l refer to the l ibra rians of Colhr ancl f l ar· vartl G u i ver. i t ie .


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"olby l' n i ve

ity,

welcome vi-itor, bearing a- it does

To

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from one to another in it· correspondence, and call­

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The :.'l f .-1. 1 1. h - been greatly enlarged and impro1·ed within t h e past t wo years, while it· ·ub-

cription price h a

remained at the

ame low rate of _ 1. 50 a year in advance.

I ts col umn · contain

the late;,t and m o t reliable local news, a large amount of original corre·pondence and editorial: on topic- of local and general intere t , beside. much miscellaneou · reading from the be.t l i terary and :scientific ·ource · .

I ts con.·tant increa e in circulation, e:pecially during the past year, is a

ure guaranty of it<: merit.

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EW TYPE, EW P R E E , E L E CT R I C P O W E R ,

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I [a,·ing lately refurnished o u r office t h rough out, it i s n w t h e b e t equipped o f any i n this

ection of t h e . · tare for doing all k inds of Book and I ' lain and Fancy ) ob \\'ork.

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low a price as i. con. i · t e n t with good workman,."hip and good material.

vV I N G

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College Album Manufacturers The u n d e r ign ecl have m an u fac t u red the cl ass albu m s for t h e t h e fo l l o w i n g Colleges a n d U n iversities :

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Sam p l es a n d terms fu rnished

free

o f charge.

Terms low.

J. G. �©BE��� q G©.,

1 7 P ro v i n ce S t . , B o s to n .

L . M . P i n k h a m , F . J . B a r n ar d , P ro p r i e t o r s .


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TO

STRE N G T H E N

M EMORY !

THE

lr, X at u ra l and Scie n t i fi c .\ 1. ethod uf Xe,·er Forgett ing. .\ l uch more practical and val uable than any artificial �y ·tem of m nemon ic,.,.

By J.V.C. L. H O L B R O O I< , .lVl' . D . $ 1 . 00.

PR I C E,

A d d re s

A. M . D U N B A R , 1 1 6 M a i n S t . ,

JEWELL ' S

W a t e rv i l l e , M a i n e .

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E l m wood H otel a n d S i l ve r Street. I L ac k s for Funeral-, \\'eddin

Parties, Etc.

:\!so Barge · for large Parties.

proprietor's per onal attention giYen to Letting and left at the Stable o r H o tel Office.

R.

Boarding Horses.

Office connected by Telephone.

Tailor.

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OJ.HY

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Ol t. .\.

A L a rge a n d F i n e l y l l l l u st rated

'I.E.

M a gaz i n e

of 224 Page s .

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Published A n nu a l l i bi tne $ tude n ts . --

The

upport of e\'e ry al u m n u

-:e:

and friend of

succe'<.:<, and i� earne"tly �olicited.

PRIC E,

50

the

in t i t u t ion is nece.:'·ary

for

it,;

C E .N' T S .

Sem postpaid t o any addres� for 6o cent�.

H . B.

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WOOD�. 1 st "'.\C a n a g i n g E<l i t o r .

.

. Bl' R 6..\. ::\ "K , 2d l\C anag i n g E d i t o r .

N o. 2 2 N orth C o l lege. :tudems will find here a full ·tock of Text-Book Book. a

pecialty.

u ed in college.

Abo, Lecture and :\ ote Books in \'ariety.

or without t h e College . ' tamp.

:econd-Hand

Stationery, with

\\'e pay careful attention to furnishing St udents

with all kinru of

La wn-T e n n i a n d Sporting Goods IN

G E N ER A L

Tbe Best Kind and at tbe Lowest Prices. The patrona e of t h e colle;:;e i,, 'olicitecl.

M AT H EWS

&

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The largt:�t concern of it,, k i n d in t h e State, \\'ith an in1·1::. ttd capital of

$ 500,000, 'all your attention t o their large a n d varied �tock of

IDR.AWING-IKooM & �o u DO I R. RU R.N I T U R.E, WAR.LOR. S U ITS, G l{A M B E R. ffiETS, ®DD .R.N D PA.N CY €1{AIR.S, ID E S K S A.N D €ABI.N ETS, � f i rrors, Folding Heel , A rt F u rn i t u re of a l l k ind;., Hedding, Tablt C u tlery, S i l l'er1\'are, Etc., Etc. E1·erything needed for hou·ekeeping, we keep. \\' e buy in large q uantiti and t h u- cheaper, so that \\'e can offer our good. at price · low a· po .si­ ble commensurate with the tyle embraced i n the h igher grade of f u rniture. E. timate prepared for I lotels or Re·idence . The best of carpet layer� and upholsterer are employed by us to fill contract;.. for t h is pecial hotel o r large hou ·e-furni bing.

We C!ater te the W a n ts ef fiveri mass A n d keep a large stock o f .\Iedium F u rn i t ure. For the benefit of Clerk· or Artisat1s who are unable to pay all in cash, we ha1·e a special contract sy tern by wh ich they can hal'e the good e nt at once, and pay for them weekly or monthly. \\'rite u for particular and terms or e · timate ·. . ' end for c u ts aed ·amples. [f o u r branches, either a t A uburn. Bangor, Rockland, Biddeford or l\orway, a r e near you, call and . ee t h e ·tock of goods and get particulars from any of our Branch l\[anagers.

Atkinson H ouse Furnishing Company, H eadquarter ; Cor. �l iddle & Pearl Sts. ,

PORTL A N D, �I A I N E. I S A A C C . A T K I N S O N , G e n . M a n ager.


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JOHN E. DeWITT, President.

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after

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CIBCUl\IST.A."'< CE• .

11ot f u r n i s h cheaply, profita])ly

i n tel l i gently.

, '!'nd t o the Compau y ·- Home Ottice, Port! a 1 1 c l , ·�\Iaine. or a n y of it

A ..ren t ' f o r publicat ion

,]e�cribi n g i t :.

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paid t h e renucler.

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and t h e i r Beneficiarie ,

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FO R E I G N

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T H E L I T E R AT U R E O F T H E W O R LD . 1 889-45th

YEA R .

T h e Foreign :\! agazine:-. embody t h e b e t thought,,; of t h e able;;t writer� of E u rope. lt i� the aim of the Eclectic :\ l agazine to select and reprint all the repre­ �entati,•e articles thu gi,·en to the world. T he

]>Ian

of

the

Eclectic

inchLde�

Science,

E ssay

,

Rev i e w ,

B i o g ra p h i ca l

. ketches, H i storical Papers, Art C r i t i c i s m , T r a ve l s , Poetry a n d . h o r t

tories.

STE E L E N G R A V I N GS.

T h e Eclectic compri.se.> each year t wo large vol u m e of O\' e r 1 700 page::.. Each of these ,·olumes contains a fi n e steel engra\'ing, which add� much to the attraction of t h e magazine. ingle cor>ies, 4 5 cen t s ; one TEE i\I � : T r i a l S u i>scription for th re mont h , $ 1 . SS. Postage free.

E.

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The ECLECT I C

<'Op�-,

one y,.a r ,

S5 ; five copies, 20. and any S 4 �lagazine,

P E L TO N , P u b l i s h e r,

25 B o n d S t re e t , N E W Y O R K .

Arthur P. Sch111idt & Co., 1 3 and 1 5 \Vest Stre e t ,

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MELLOW

M IXTURE, Turkish

and

Periqne.

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F l. A K E

C T ::- .

Van ity Fair.

E ' l ' 1': ' I A L L Y

A l > A l'T �; D

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Virginia Flakes.

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F.

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Goo1lri<lge.

A l l e n & Gi11ter, l::Yerett

. Fi s k ,

Th e Co l by Echo,

Pretto Brother, &

·u . .

t;t<Jt;,. F. A. Lovejoy & 'o .• Elmwood Hotd. . pauldi11g· s Bo<Jk

& \\·a l l s , Lane .

Dow & Gre ne.

A. '. A .

F.

Hobbins,

H enrickso 1 1 .

Dinsmore &: So1 1 . D o w & Yigue .

L . T. Boothby

193

B.

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.1. F. Elcle11 & Co., G. H. Carpenter,

·. E . )latthews & Co. ,

B . F. . Johu on & Co.,

· . A.

E. tes,

A . Ot:ten,

.

H . A . ne1111i>ou,

.

20

.

200

.A. A . G l e:< on. eph P . G i rO LU< , . olby "C"11i\'er ity. .

209

20!)

l!H 195 • · our Day" Publ i s h i 1 1 g Co., l9:1 C. horey & Co . . 195

2H

Globe

21 1 2 12 213

team Laumlry.

J. H . H .

:llc�arnee,

214

The \\·aterv;ile :llai l ,

215

J. G. Ro bert & ' . , 197 Ol i ,· e r Dit on & Co , lD7 A. :If. Dm1bar. 19 Geo. ,Jewell. . R. .J . Barry,

l:Y.J

216

Col b y O r n c l ,

.

�17 :!18 '.118 218

210

'LOO

l'niYer ity Book

200

A t k i n on H ou e "Furn i s h i n g Co., .

tore.

?02

Dolloff & Dunha m ,

202

Charle

) l u rphy.

203 John Wiire. 203 \\"aterville D i u i u g 203 S. A. )!itchell, 203 20-!

219

L'nion )futual J,ife Jn . Co .Ec l ec t ic :llagazine , . Arth u r P. Sch m i < l t , W. . K i mbal l & Co.,

200

200

Dreka,

20 209

210

201

Xewma11 .

208

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201

A . Thmnps<>n,

t:: . Truwortby,

207

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D. John <Jn.

.f. F.

Son,

F. Tibbetts,

l!l3

:lf rs. S. E. Perci,·al,

:II.

207 .

10-l

19

HorsmAfl,

Qnim11_-\ C.:o.,

205 20i

1 96

J>ictiu11ar)',

m it h & R ei d .

205

206

19-l

1 06

Percy Loud, \\'eh ter'

193

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P. S. Heall!,

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. · teven c· 'ohb, . !J G o. H. J,ockwoo<l & Son, I 9 Chrtrles W. Ht<rtrn, . I !) (.; . \\" . H u t c h i n� . 1 8!! Bosto n Photogravure 'o., l!JO '.'<ewtoa Theo l og i c a l l us t i t u t i o u , 191 Edward L. Yertzie, . tnl .Jo eph G1llott, l!JZ H. ) I . Gould., . 1.

H . B . Tuclcer,

E. L . .Jones, , J . V. Titc rn b ,

I

C. G. Carleton,

A.

E. Davi e s ,

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221

222 222 223

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W a.ter"Vl. 1 1 e ,

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\\'e wish to call attention to the fact that we have pn,cured new backgrounds of the late.st <le<>igns. Our work is carefully, s k illfully and arti stica l l y done. We roake a specialw of Co1.u:Gt_ \\'o RK . \Ye make a >'pecialty of CLAss and \Ye make a specialty of views of t he College \.rounds, Huild­

Soc1 E"n· GRours.

ings and views about town of l'pecial in terest to college men.

Our light, our len,.es, our background.., , our workmen, are the best.

NSURANCE I

C. G C A R L E T O N .

�� A. E. DAVIES, Resident Agent

LO N D O N A S S U R A N C E C O R PO R AT I O N , of London, Eng ­ land {esta b l i shed 1 7 2 0 1 . N et S u r plus $ 1 ,000, 000.

S P R I N G F' I E L D F' I R E A N D M A R I N E I N S U R A N C E CO., of S p r ingfiel d , M as s . C a p i tal, $ 1 , 2 50, 000. A M ERICAN F' I R E I N S U RANCE C a p ital, $ 1 ,000,000.

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F I R E I NSURANCE PLACED AT LOWEST RATES.

Life, Accident, and Plate Glass Insurance, Written in Reliable Companies. O F F I C E IN PEOPLES' BANK BLOCK.

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The Colby Oracle 1889  

Colby College’s yearbook for the Class of 1889. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)

The Colby Oracle 1889  

Colby College’s yearbook for the Class of 1889. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)